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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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......,.. _+t.. 1-- .L Ala.l b ,,(t fide' a lesuleut within me limns 1 liave thus gentlemen, given my views Ii tbt.nS., 'I he harbor of [Key \Ven/, scan
.> of his lion. Judge u eau, {'\- of the Teiritory ami be at the .same timebomtjidcn Mien| the first brunch tl jour; enquiries, in apHMidftgo| lo ll\. Town arc) as Much, is ns
in Court during the late Session, cilizeti of the' United Slates.Tl'o as plain and intelligible a manner as I am much within the limits of the Territory of
pressed subniilUd next thing requited by this law togitc able; before closing my remarks upon this. Fiat/ ida as the harbors of I'etisacola or ,\|p-
upon certain points of Law by the right to vote, is, thai the person subject however, I thiiik it pro|>er lo observe |vilaclucoU; and though the! ( ouucil might
the Grand Jury. claiming! it"shall have resided in the Tei- fo you, that a necessary ingredient in not pass lans which would allect personslKyond
'tenth-men of the Grand Jury: filmy I luce months immediately preceding the crime of perjury I is, that the oath alledg- l the harbor; still, they' could pro-
1 have leccivtd a note, tigi.cd by tluec the day of election. Under this head is ed) to be false, should have been taken tin |K-ily say that no vessel should come within
icritlctmn: ) as a l'Ollllllll\'e ol your body embraced the third point contained in yourenquiries. (her a knowledge that it was so. A person the limits of the 't'erritory i unless sho
in \\loch 1 am informed, dint tucie e\is> may swear innocently and yet untruly ; as would conform to certain regulations and
jjcat. diversity of opinion upon certain The same meaning is applied to the term for instance, "h"lIlllc truth or t falsehood) of thai if she did so come, her officers should
questions it I aw, anting:; 1'iuin f.icis now "rry/ before'he( t raud Jury, or which may come is given to it in common acceptation ; a cor- of a particular law, under! winch thai while I hey lemamed! within the jurisdiction
before ii\ U tlC!> prescut session ; and request test definition Uierefoie muy be had, hy a oalh was taken, lint where the law is so of their Courts.
ing instruction upon the following reference to any English lexicon. Johnson plain, a d (hecircumstancesAiesodislinct! Another view may lie taken of this subject -
my
defines it lo [be, the "act of dw -lling in a as lo prevent the possibility of doubt on n ; Jurisdiction here is limited lo the
point
1st. In what consist the qualifications place-place of abode." Dwelling is defined icasi.liable mind ; the legal presumption Territory; these is no law whirl) extends! it
of a voter for belrgale to Congress, or for lo be a "Habitation. The verb to would lie that llicollcncerrsulied from depravity bC'JIIlIlllhnt limit, ants the question may beisked
the [Legislative Council? Dwell means"lo inhabit, to live in a place. and it would then-lose be a prrpn' \ vv hat i is "lie Te-nlory ? Does, or can
r'J. What constitutes Citizenship of the Habitation is "the place which receives subject for your consideration animadeisioii. Iho word "Tejiitoiy" cempreheiid any portion -
Territory 2 dwellers, or the place in which a pCI: OIl \' of the Seat From its derivation I
3 1. What is the legal definition of the lives. !l isthercrbicobvious, than the tettn Your next enquiries are-Has the Captain should say not ; it is taken (torn the latin
term residence? residence, in common acceptation, means of a vessel), a ugh) to resist the Marshal word Tcrrttornnn which means a Country
4lh. Has the Captain of a vessel a rightto a particular spot, or place, where IHTSOIISlive or Suet ltl; in an aitem >t lo board his vessel, lying within certain bounds; a district""
resist the Marshal or Sherill'} in an at- and may be found, when soughi-A. I for tt he purpose' of sci v'in i! procossi? and 'Jtrritoriutn is derived) fiom Terra, which
temp'' lo board his \ 'scl for the purposeof homedistinctly defined known.-'n'n many How fat does the) jll fiSt!il'tloll of these' -igmlies; "cailh." The whole and Into
serving ? Judicial decisions which have been made Olliteis/ extend) in such cases? definition I ihelefore' i is, A Country of earth
5th. How process far, dors the jurisdiction of lay dim rent Courts in the United Stales, u- As the answer to one of these questionswill lying iiitlrin crrt in Loon "---A /'tA/ric
those 'Ulcers:; extend in such cases? sidcnce is said to be 'deteimintd! by the(. necessarily embrace the points contained ':f cnrt/t.-A district of earth cannot be
Presuming that your object in making domicile of I he party. Domicile is a word! ill the ether' I shall, lake them both together :said to emliiace any |I'tart of" the High
these enquiries,is, to obtain such information derived! from the )latin \\old (Domus hue, / in tho explanation which bhall of- Seas.1limit+
as will enable you to proceed correctly and sgnifies "a house, a building ," most ler you. it may l Ito asked, if nothing. but the .'"
under the criminal laws of the! Land, if it usually applied to a private dt) +clling. Aa Upon time various subjects involved in Territory Florida, within this restricted
shall that those laws have been violated residence in law, may be said! to mean these enquiries-I have little ditliculty myself meaning, was conveyed to the U. Stales!
-,appear and feeling myself bound by duty, thai house to which an Officer would go to ; but to make (hem plain and satisfactory by Spain| ; U'hnl. right have the U. Slates to
as well as by inclination; to give you at all serve a process upon some jierson known to you, by giving all I be reasons and exoiciser.rr7'.jurisdiction over thai portion
limes such instruction upon legal maticis i to l lae living there, and! which service might arguments upon' which lily opinions ate of the luuli; seas, which extend .lo a
as require, in the dichaige of your lie legally effected, even though the peisou l founded! would lead to a dissertation on, marine league fiom the hllrlJ" The answer
official you may obligations, I have asked yon into against whoin the 1':01: CSt was, be t"IIIIIOII- National) Law, and requite a Idclt lice: to is, that the right! to exercise that jurisdiction -
the Court room, for the purpose of expres- I rily absent, by leaving a (copy provided its such a number of judicial decisions, as on the coast of Florida emanates from
ling opinion upon; the points snb nttt'C1. I nature lid not rcqu'u'e a (icrsoiial at rest, would not be iK-imilted by the limits usuull) ihe same HOIIICC, which rives the right to
The my qualification of voters for u I Dele.cpa'e I do not know (icnllcmen, that my exposition allowed to instructions ol tins kind lll".1y exeicisc: n similar jurisdiction! on nn other,
: to)Congress, or for a member of our is sufficiently lucid to to be satisfactory lay .u. down however, ana general ', ('ail of then roast It is nol' a right, nc
local Legislature are so cleat ly defined by I to you. The proM| >sitiou itself[" that the United Stales possess, and! e.xeicise 'I" l1'IIJ} treaty nreoinpaet.<< It is one con-
the Act ol (he Council approved November pears to me, to be almost sclf-cvidclll--1t is exclusive jurisdiction over that portion leded/ lo them as a Nation, by the' law*' of
21st. 1829, that it i is ditliculi for me 10 therefore difficult to find arguments' which of the 'high seas, winch tire wilhiii a :Nations H}I\t..C'ltlJ.tll'k. V'uitel, Azuni;'ond
imagine' how "a great diversity I of opinion" will explain Arguments which arc usedto maritime !kMgueoflhenslioits.fioiu: low NNUmnik other writers on l'intiolwll\w; i lay it downas
that could have arisc'n. The ehicidule! proK| >silions nhirh in tb 'in- ; and as a necessary coimcqncuiu o u correct i I'fOlHlslliulI| "that tilt dominion -
subject
upon this exercise of jurisdiction her olfc'ems I of the adjacent/ extends far
hen
oath which that Act directs to be administered selvcs ate perfectly plain, are generally as ns
to nil presenting: themelves moie obscure hUll the original piopositions, have the right to board \'cl'I-ds wilhiii those: I 110sstsaiuucttu he 'held flout the main; land ;
to vote, whose persons rigid' to do so is quest toned, and such 1 fear, will be found to be the effect = limits for the purjHise of executing piocess. and that all thai portion ol the sea which
pi ares the matter, it poems to rue, beyond of ,I'fsl'hiC'h I have enployed l on licyoiid limt distance, the higli; seas n So eieign! run defend and! protect l not
all reasonabhcontroversy.! It is in these this occasion., -If however I 1118\0 failed are common pro|>eity to all nalUpiis; and fits tlhtlll'l'I, in subject 1 lo h.m. "That tho
words, "You do solemnly) swear, that you I to satisfy you I eon at least say, that it is though ouVnce.i ccnllllillc'clIl1, hoard Ameiicun lit fence of territory cons sla in the force of
a citizen of the United S'aiesand; of the perfectly clear to my mind, that (he trim i vebseKs, 01 .\rnerl( 1I1I citizens, upon aims, and that/ us of all turns, cannon can
arc that 1111\'(" remdod<< in said rfWidi'iu-ti 'menu m not 11HI nhulinjf at some 3f.y purl of tilt lo&jli auHrf, HIU c" |{"./atlein uriy the ncliem of its force tu a Creatordistance
Territory Temtoiy;at least you llree mouths next preca- particular, place, and that no !lei-ou can the (;UIIIIS of i liiu: biii and thai have paid all come wilhiii its meaning, whu i is wandering the peiH-tratorH| of hose otlencts, iiiiisl bi extend lo the month of a caritu n shot' fired
ding: Ibis day, you of you" about without any defined I home, or wit 1 found witliin the jurisdiclionul limit.oftbe:: !horn the short," winch i.s computed to he a
and taxes required
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legal just out any known place which can be rcg.iio- United Stales, IK ii>re lie mu.is.ei tal olln ei fr marine league or liner Ifllt.". This principle -
If words can bo pul together in any way, ed as such.-I am fortified in this (opinion of the/ Courts, can execute upon( them' the in iceognized and adhered to by most
to involve less ambiguity I am not aware not only by the decisions of Courts; hut pioteshof mitt ;aw. ('lb iirztd Nations, and it it- by common consent -
of the mode which should In resorted to pnrliculy so, by the evident reason of the law Vhfthei t-llt'fll1s or other ministerial olli- thus established, that the right! to e.t \-
for that purpose. In this Oath, you will which is now under cousideiation.? has ceisof ll eTeiriloiliave therighi logo upon rcise Ibis jurisdiction is acqnitf
distinctly
at once jKTceive, that three things are unlit- been decided that a visit from one placeto any pail I of the high 1cus,11I1 the' piii|lost It may pie ti however, if .ibis right' be
|pointed out as necessary to another for puiMises| of business: does of executing process, arising; uvula our local derived flout the tacit a-tscnt of Nations,
in the voter, to make his vote a legal one; not change the residence of the )>eisou laws, I 14 a question, which (alihou;h and I II(- one which attaches; lo the Bhoic,
and the |person hn takes of the outliknowiug of these making the visit ; It) do that these must bean equal. _:l.ar to my mind) i i. much uncle difficult :- wilt mite il may be deft"adetl; Why are the
himself! to be destitute any one and is liable actual and Loau fide change of domicile to be comptchcnded h)' p IK-ISOIIS, who local uiilhonlicH. of FJondii debarted from
l falsely
qualtficatiouseats lint indejiendeiii of judicial decisions have nol made buch bll''. l'CS, iheir, peeultut its exeiciM':? The answer fa plain. The
to all the consequents} of ptiyttry. seems to me, that .thcohj j ct obviously I contemplated siudy. The len/i Ing/i/ St-as," luean.s: local alit h0ritit n of Florida are not So\'e-
The first t thing required is, Ilmt the \'olrr by the I egisLlme, would give a any waters on the sea Coasbch.w the 'wijjn. Their itwtre are limiH d and! restricted -
must be a Citiizen of the United Stale solution this! question. Hy law, lesulenls boundaries of low wa'er ma k, nllhough/ 1 within celtaut bounds, t)(')'orid: which
2nd. I lie must have resided in the Territory are subject to certain exactions such as buch wateis'be in a roail-slead, or bay ; in das t theycc 'it go. Uemdes, if the Slates and
tlnee! months immediately preceding the vvojkiug$ on roads, seivmgasjun rs, paying U has been the, usually received o'pmiMi Terntorus bordering on the sea roast, )posFe. -
day of election ; and 3d. lie must have taxes for ihe su| j>oit of the government under of this community, that shenllt and c'ou- ::4I'1ccIIII0 right to exercise this jurisdiction
paid nil lawful 'taxes required of hujj... which they live, and performing militia stables hate i> right to execute and enforce in c'otwegric'rice of their local position.What .
'1' ) constitute a Citizen of the United duty; and, as a com|>ensaliori for these exactions the (process of the Territorial Courts, over could huve been intended! hy those
States, where the person is not a native certain privileges are allowed them, many of the waters which conic within HIM Acts *f Congress which Fjx-ak of dfleiicer.comrmticd
Nora citizense\'eral ihings ale necessary & among which, is the right of voting at elections definition, il will be more difficult to lay' upon| the, 'high); : gets, or in any
anous modes are pointed out, in the Acts (for those who are to ns.sisl in making down the true rule, in & way that will be river, haven, basin, or 'hay, out of the jurisdiction .
of Congress for their accom phshrnclII,so I bat the laws by which they are to be governed satisfactory or convincing, us in doing so, ; of my uiriciilar| State? 'I'JIf'unlt'
of each under heir residence oiislheirforewho' of those / notions Out ction
the peculiar circumstances particular ; | eis> many jueconccived must ofthejurixd oj any particular.S'
individual entitled to the priulrgt may are wandering alxjutirom: place to place,(as be tombatted and resisted.It would Ut Bujieifhioiis{ and unrneun,
be met. The most important requisites seamen for instance: ,) who have neither lunnly .. is correct general principle, that the lug; if the States and 'I'f rri'uries' have aright
however, arc, that an alien to become a properly, or home within the limits of judicial or ministerial: othcersof' a State or ; to erci o a jurisdiction upon the
ci izen, must he white and free horn, lie the Territoiy, who are liable to none of Territory, have not a right' fo extend their l-igh: seas" l beyond( their 'TcrrilnrialJtUl.
must have resided at least five yeais! within those exactions, and who really claim a authority beyond the limns of that Slate or I du nol know gentlemen, thai I am understood -
the jurisdictional limits of the United home with all the rights of citizens and res- Territory. The question then is-What in the explanation which I have
{States, and he must have made certain rt. dents elsewhere, :surely could nol have Inert ore tile l'rnits of the Territory of I'/orida/ ? attempted lo give; the subject is one which
nunciaiions and taken certain oaths prescribed contemplated as: being the ones who are to By the treaty of 18I9, Spain ceded lo the' ernhiarcHKo wide a field, that' it is almost
by laUntil these things ore done appoint the law-makers here United Slates, in full property, and sovereignty impossible rn convey a c( greet idea of it,
no person born without the limits of the The next and last thing which the law mill the Terriloncs known hy the wi'hout going far beyond the limits to
United Slatcsia entitled to vote in this requires 'lo constitute a h'gal'oter, is, thai name of East and West Florida, arid the which' J feel myself confined in giving instructions -
Territory for a Delegate to Congressor fora he sho'-',' 'lav, paid all lawful and just atljuctid Islands dependent on said Pio- of Illis 8ort. I'erhujw, the jH'opk
member of iho Legislative Council, unless taxes re'''miIA'1' *' '11111. vu.tx-s ; and U is over the country thus' Irans-' of this rommunily. will comprehend mel
he 1)0 the child of a citizen, lemH>rarily residing 'It is the v "')li of many persons, that feiitdaud over that alone that thu'i'errilo- l>et'er, i if I simply Hay, that no far as the' l.iw
abroad at the time of the birth, or the word 'fCfIUlrcd,"' a8 used in specifyingthis rial lawscan now oj>eratc.. I/i ',cessionwi ,m relatii to residenreivea, he' right of
of an alien who became a citizen previousto qualification, means a personal demand, find no conveyance of any part or |iorlioi voting; *n far, 'have sheriff, and other olfi
his child arriving at the aye of tweet0114 ) by the |>cieon appointed to collect >r receive of the "High. Seas;" nor do wo find an* cry, aright to yo fur the purpose of senrr ,
years. tho taxes. Fur myself, 1 think filler- law of the Legislative Council,wilicllllt'.rtl fir. tc.t.t. .
The law ais r tuircs'oters to be citizens catty it U the law imposing taxes which i itended\ tlaun a ri. h< to exerfi juri.- .. .-
of this Territory, and I presume that requires them; and the [person coiled the d ction over tht'rn. The Act-which define KKV \\'IS'I':
stcotid enquiry is founded upon this Tax Collector, ia only appomied to receive the limits of Monroe County confines it loa SEG 4R MANUrACTORY,
your picfcription of the oath; but as this qualification them. It is not made his duty to gu flOm certain j portion of the MaUl Land therein; W. II. WALL lakes Una opportunity of
is embraced in tie subsequent one house to house, to make )pcidunul tk-ma. d specified, and he Islands of Cape FloridaIt informing tie Public, that he has established
of three months residence immediately preceding from those Isabel 'to pay, .he 19 only requiied is true, the Act Incorporating| the Towiof ( A await MANUKACTOHY at Key West.
attend at certain particular places: to Key West, give- :(. the Town Councilthe
the
the day of election, explanationwill to He imports fur this purpose, the very best
more properly come under that h(>ad.I receive them, and Iht'iet, afford a cunven- right of passing; laws rt'Spc'c'inU[ Pilot Tobacco from Havana.Segaraoftho .
will remrak however, that any citizen of ient opportunity for those interested to tender age into tilL :.arljor, and making the necc's- heat quality, and of every
the United Stateswho is actually domiciled them, and if they he not paid within a sari Quarantine regulations for Ihe' pircn Inscription may bn had at his establishment
in the Territory of Florida, is a citizen of specified time, he may issue hu execution vat ion of health; but these acts do not af r' All orders in the above lina win
the territory. There is no specified time and levy on their property; without further feet the general rule,or shew that any right meet the earliest attention. -
of residence necessary to constitute such 'llo:i1' i? claimeu to pass laws to operate upon tbo March, 1831JEIIY..Bar

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._ I;. ,....... From the !S Y. Evening Toil, April 25.NCW8 first clause h that which disfranchises the I it H lost, and civil tour will to the rro'.ubli: :
I : FROtM'liUUOI'J-;. l l.orouglis: nnd which thctcforc. embraces t result ;' fur no man wiio I u ncquainuti with
Ol4'r\V The arrival yesterday two pl.cketlbi: lie! main principles of the bill, the trial of tue french is lyooiatu::{ that although! iheria ,
SABbATll MOHNINO. the Columbia, Capt-llclano, from London strength will, of course, take place upon a still sirony Iccling/ among thorn! m favor -
Welcome, welcome, quiet n rningno -- nnd the Caledonia, Capt. Graham, from it, nnd the country will not he kept in suspense ,,1'pcu'", trio 13 a still stronger
(',. task, no'toil to-day! Lhcrpool, have: put us in possession of co- ; on a subject, of such deep interest. feeling to: tnatmaimrig, it only upon
Now the Sabbath morn returning, pious files of newspapers and other intelli- We have read that several of the Members principles \vhiclt me n.idcrrd those .
Bay a week baa passed away. gence from those cities. Our dates from who voted against the second reading. of national: honor, and according to the

'" both places are to the 1st of April, from the and who arc still opposed to some of I ho doclimes of.iion-intcnoniion to which the
14.t Soon me the think bow time life departs it gliding; '; latter inclusive.Portugal. mil, intend to vote for the first clause in Towers of the Continent arc supposed to
longest
Nothing human is abiding, ; '> : .-A private correspondent of 'the committee, and there! is some ground to have iigiccd. There undoubtedly! many e
Say the love of humble heart, ; a London paper of'thc 30lh March, givesan hope that a dissolution will he avoided; for, influeritial men tti Franco who regret,
account in a letlc. uated the 19th, of the although the Ministry and the people nt as we do, that the French Cabinet should'
Lore to Gpd, and to our neighbor, execution of seven persons in that capital, large, will not allow the principle of the have earned tins doctrine non-intervcr--
Makes our purest happiness; accused( ; of a conspiracy: against Don Mi- Bill to be destroyed and a defeat on the lion so far as:: to render it necessary to prevent -
Vain the wish, the care to, the labor, guel. The' attempt of the conspirators was first clause, would cause an immediate dis- its violation against: countries with
Earth's poor trifles possess. tho 8th when the in either winch France has no direct connection but
made on persons question solution, there' cm l h e no objection, ;
Swift childhood's dreams are passing, with others charged with being their by the Cabinet or the public, to have the if the principle has been pushed .thus far,
Like my the startled doves they fly, accomplices, were apprehended. Their tri hill carefully discussed, and, if practicable, and if AIIS.nalins recclcom the Ficnch
Or,bright clouds, each other chasing, al by special commission had been inter- amended. There were in the minority on Government an angry summons to evacuate
Our yonder quiet sky. rupted by the report of the insurrection of the secon-l reading many members who/ voted Bologna, we do not see what retraction i b
Cadiz and the Islaide of Loon, which !had against the'Bill merely from a sense of possible on the part of the French Ministiv
Soon I'll hoar vision earth's will! be flattering mine-story, I produced the greatest consternation at the duly to their constituents, whose interestswere without endangering the Throne, and entirely -
its
Shall Soon I covet wealth and glory court of Lisbon. On the 13th a Spanish supposed to l he affected by its details; undoing all that has I been done, with
Shall I bow at pleasure's shrines courier arrived with the news of the fail- consequently, there is nothing to prevent so much successful vigor, for the Ul'prC3'
ure of tho insurrectionary movements. Duo their voting for the first clause, and subse- sion of intestine commotion
I raise thee, therefore orders to the trilunal ; which
No my God-one prayer Miguel gave quently S'J r.sting amendments they -
From my pure and happy heart, to proceed. Accordingly the president of think would promote the object of theirconstituents. .' l'.1. .
Never let me cease to praise thee- the commission drew up a sentence, in .-It will be for the Ministryto TiUBKEY "'
Never from thy fear depart. .I which seven were ordered to be executed, decide whether, consistently with their WEST:

Then when years have gathered o'er rat, I seven to l he transported, and.seven to be acquitted duty t:) the jieople, they can concur in the WEDNESDAY:: JUNE C, 1831.
but not liberated. The first seven ,of the ..,
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And the world it sunk in shade, suggestions.: On the great principle '
Heaven's bright realm will rile before me, were immediately ordered to be committedto Billas oontaincrl in the first clause, there By,the Sloop Friends., (rom Nasau, N. P.
There my treasure will be laid. the care of two friars: who were told toprepne can be no compromise, and overy member we have received, tiles of tho Royal Gazetteup
..._ Uttr :---- them for being strangled and burnt.It .
-- 'CP who opposed that clause must be set down to 18th ult. and via liavauna, the New
Honesty. if Uiogewes used a latcrn in is mentioned as a curious fact, that Don as an enemy to reform, and therefore as: indifferent York Courier and of 11th.
Enquirer
broad day, solely and ain pfy for-the purpose Miguel did not, as usual, attend this execu- to the voice of the country, but May, .
of discovering an honest man, this tio 1, or go to seo the heads stuck on (poles that clause! being rgrecd t( ,all the detail of extracts from these papers, will be foundin
proceeding wa not consistent with Ins usual afterwards. The heads are stated to have tho Bill may undergo discussion and modi- our columns.
sagacity. A lantern would have been amore been burnt along with the bodies. fication.Mr. --00-
appropriate appendage,if he tad been Spain.-Despatches from Seville of the We re-publisb to dayfor the purpose of
L Maurice O'Connell of the
I% in search of a rogue; for such character 9th and 11th of March, received at Loudon a son calling; the attention of the Public to the
< has been >
for Waterford
member torepresent
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skulk about in holes and comers, and hate on the 29th, announce the surrender of 400 houseof subject, the opinion of his Honor Judge
the of Clare in the
the light because their deeds: are evil', but Constitutionalist' and the destruction or county Webb, relative to tho qualification of
Commons in thc place of Mr. O'lior-
we suspect this piulosopher'a real motive bur dispersion! of all the bands: which had appeared man Mahon., voters &c.
using a lantern in mhJ-d ty was provoke in arms. The of is
right suffrage, one of tho dear-
inquiry, that he might have the cynical satisfaction The entrance of the Austrian forces into Among the few inancea of disinterestedness -
est privileges guaranteed by tho Constitution -
of telling all that asked nun wiiut the papal territory, for the purpose of which the Reform Bill has given
he was searching tor, that none ot them at quelling the insurrection is confirmed,and rise to on the part of members from rotten to a freeman, and whilst it would be the

least were the men to las imud, and, mat this interference between ,the sovereign ofa boroughs a London paper mentions that of hcigth of oppression and tyranny to deprivethe
his search had hitherto been truiUia it IS foreign state and his subjects, has been Sir Sandford Graham, who, without saying inividual!, of his legal right.to a vote; it
wits honesty, in one particular, as With remonstrated against by France.: The principle n word, or claiming any merit whatever, no Id on tho other hand, be equally an act
wealth,'those that have the Hung, careless of non-intervention which had been gave n vote that tended to deprive himself cf injustice to the commuuily, to permitmen
about the credit of it, than tuose wno nave adopted by Austria, in conjunction with of 35,000: the sum paid by him for the who have neither interest or property -
it not. No poor man' tau welt adbru to bethought France and had been observed by the borough of Ludgershall. at stake; (and who, consequent!} cannotbe
so, and the less ol hbueuiy'a tmisbcd French ministry to the hazard of their popularity From the London Courier, March 31. affected !h1 their acts,) to appoint Legislators -
rogue possesses, the leas lie can .at- has'beerr departed from in this instance It is much to be regretted that they have, over the liberties and of
ford to be supposed to want it. Duke and will doubtless be made a pro- according to the statement which has reach- property,
Chartres used to (boast no man could have text for gratifying the general disposition of ed us, attended the French reasonable pie- that community. If ever the liberties of our
lets real value of character Uiun mm eif, tho nation m a war in favor of the princI- text for going to war; although we ne- Country sho.ild, perish, it will be by the per-
yet He would gladly give twenty uiousaud ples which produced the revolution. ver can admit that the latter were bound in verted suffrages, of such individuals-These
pounds for a good cues' because,lie comu The accounts from Warsaw are of a honor to interpose for the protection of a men in the hands of designing politicians,
immediately make double that sum, by gratifying description. The Warsaw dates revolted Italian State with which they were may gradually shako to pieces, the-pillars
means of it. I once heard a gentleman are t* the 21st of March. The London connected by treaty it cannot be denied which support our free institutions."In .
make \Qry"wltt1 ropljr, to one who asserted Courier save, that Private accounts irons thai the right of the Austrian to intei- proportion to the numbers who have
that tie did not believe that mere Berlin, give a most heart cheering accountof vene is very questionable, and that if the no interest in the soil, and no capital Tit
was a truly honest man in the whole world: the tate of the Polish cause. If these entry into Bologna took place after an intimation -
stake, or no moral will
Su,' said be, it is quite impossible: that accounts may be relied upon, the Russian that it would not bo attempted, an, principle, the nationbe
any one man suould !know ill the woriu; army is in a most deplorable condition-a merely upon the (belief that the presumed exposed to violence and revolution.In .
but it ia very possible that some one man- condition only equalled by that of the timidity of Louis Philip would again prevail Europe, the phjstcal power is bereft of
may know hiinulJ:' troops of Napoleon, in their retreat from in the French Cabinet,and prevent the the right of suffrage, and by the bayonet
Moscow. One account under date of Warsaw manifestation of more than empty .protests kept down. But in thi nation, the power
.. aU Opinion*.-The freest 14th March terms of his Ministers the Austrian which be weildcd
... Scope to possible speaks in great by ovurnmcni may by the ignorant, or
scope should ue given lo all opinions, confidence of the ultimate success of the has shewn adisiegard ot good faith, and an the vicious is tremendous. These arc the

discussions, and investigatious of the learned Polish cause, and represents the army of ignorance, of the state of popular feeling troops, of the future C.a:8ARS: by whose perverted -
; if frail, they will tall, if right, they General Diebitsch as buffering very much m Fiance, which if persisted in, may by suffrages our future elections
will remain; like steam, they are daugei- from want of provisions, the severity of product of very calamitous results to be swayed and ultimately liberties may des-
ous only when pent in, restricted, anti con the season, and the wretched condition of Europe.It our
fined. 'rheso discordances: in the morul the roads. I was thought not improbablethat must be allowed in favor of Austria troyed. They are the corps of irreligious
world, like the apparent war of the elements he might find himself obliged to re- that, abstracting the principle of strict right and d";>erat? men, who have something to
in the natural, are the veiy means treat to the Russian frontiers. In the mean- and looking only to le has rung: hope for, and nothing: to fear from revolu'
by which wisdom and truth are ultimately while,the inhabitants of P.dolia have risenin motives fur putting down revolt in the tion and blood. Of such inatciials was the
established in the one, and peace and harmony a bvy, and the nobles. had declared States of Italy, with which she has no direct army of C ATA LIKE composed, who conspired -
in tho other. themselves in favor of Poland. They had connection, in the consideration that the against the liberties of Home. And in

collected a body of cavalry, 15,000 strong, establishment of liberty in any portion oi the French Revolution,such men as LAFAY
Teaching people to Read.Those that with which they had advanced to Kamimec that country, would, in all probutnhty, be ETTE"were soon swept from the helm by
are teaching the people to read, are doingall and joined the forces there in consequence followed by an attempt at emancipation in mobs composed of the dregs of creation, to
that in them lies, to increase the power, of which Gen. Kreutz retreated. her own Italian States; and a* about otto
and to extend the, influence ot those who The great question of Reform was.. third of the Austrian revenue is derived give place to tho revolutionary furies
can write; for the child will read to pie ise brought before the British House of L rds i from Italy, we can very well conceive that which followed."
his: master, but the man, to please himself.A : on the 28th, and underwent an animated Austria would not, without a struggle con It becomes then the duty, of every good
discussion, in which Earl Grey the Lord sent to the emancipation of a ptoplc by citizen as ho values the freedom of his
mm may be a hypocrite all his lifebefore Chancellor (Brougham) and the Duke cf whose sui.jection; she is so great agaiuei ; Country to suppress this growing evil a
thf public; but no man ever was so, Wellington, took part. In the course of the but if in endeavouring to preserve what, few more years, and what may he the probable
IOniC,before hi*own family.-His true dissttiunu Duke Wellington's reply to Lord Brougb- from long possession she fully considers her condition of our Country must fill with
--.-,. # that which they see, however it frt he maintained that the present Houea own,she has resorted to deception,'Uud pro- alarm the -rcast of every philanthropist. Its
may ,pPeit..a\itoad. of Commons i I as complete and perfect i ceeded to extremity, under the impressionthat : idle to talk, of a Nation's prosperity so
legislative body as can be required, and M. Cassimer Perrier would like M. she with it republican
long as enjoys no security a -
'The following is an amusing instance of that it had shewn itself the most etHcicr.t Sebastiana, draw the pcculiaily: French logical -
the tenacity with which the Highlandersbold guardian of the throne the interests of tIt; distinction between fighting and not government, above all others deriving
to the honors and antiquity of their nation and the rights of the people. I consenting, she has placed hcrsclt'ia a POSItion its first impnlsc from tho people, can
kindred.A dispute arose between Camp say, further,* observed the Duke of We. which renders the prospect of accommodation be no longer considered as safe, when that
bell & M'Lean upon this ncjer-euding sub. lingtnn, 'that it has done better service a? more remote, than it would have people either becomes corrupt, or if not
ject. M'Lean would not allow that the a legislative body than any assembly of that I bet'n from an intervention without any previous corrupt itself its voice through the mediumof
Campbells had any right to rank with the same character at any former time, and for understanding as to :its extent, inasmuch the polls be silenced, by the outnumbering -
WLeans in antiquity, who, be insisted were an equal period, and this beneficial course as the good offices of Circat lit naun votes of those, who are either, vicious,
in existance as a clan from the beginningof was only interrupted by the introduction tf might in that case: have been interposed or corrupt or having nothing at stake, have
the world. Carapliell had a little more the reform q'lestion. The final consideration with great eiiicacy. We must bear in uund nothing to lose tho result.
gain, cr by
bib teal lore than his antagonist, and asked of the reform bill in the Home of Com- however,that *e have as jet only the Fieuch -.. .
him if the clan M'Lean was before the flood? mons has been postponed!: from the 14th of version of the transaction. SHIPWRECK-The Brig :Mary Hart, from
"!lewd!what Flood f said M'Lean. ',Tho April to the 18th. A London morning pAper If we assume that what the French say New Orleans bound
to New York C daysout
,
flood that you know drowned all the world states that twenty-five of the most strenuous is correct, and that M" Cassiimr Perrier is
but Noah, and his family, and his flocks1' opponents of the reform Il have signified not a man to bully, and then draw distinc- with cargo of 180 hhds' New Orleans
Cam ,'oell\\ Pooth> and t1oo xl" Molasses;was wrecked en the 30 nit.-She
Said ; ,you your their intention to the minister, sine tions between bullying and lighting, and
said M'Lean "my clan wu atom the ood"' the division of not opposing tho measurein also that a sort ultimatum on the subject' got ashore in heavy weather, upon Mosquito
"I have not read in my Bible, said Camp committee. The following paragraph of the Ails rian interu'tition in Italy, hat shoal, near Key Tavcrnier-She was relie-
bell, 'of the name ot M'Lean going into from the London Courier of the 30th ire been laid down by the French Cabinet, we ved by the Sloops Brilliant Packer :Mar
Noah's ark.w Noah's .,,," retorted M'I.ean tima.es: the course which tho ministry will must come to the conclusion that' war will tha-Jane, Johnson, and Schr Thistle, \4 eden -
in great contempt, "who ever heard of a pursue on the subject. be inevitable unless one ur the other will After taking out sufficient cargo,to
M'Lean that bad not a boat of his own. It will lie seen by our report of the proceedings : give way. Unfortunately, things are gone lighten and n leive her she was brought to
in the House of Commons last too 'far for France to retract. The stability -
The ilfailj.-Among the reasons given that the Reform Key West. The Judge of the Admiralty
night, Bill is postponed tithe > of (the Ministry-the ex.stance: of
for the irregular arrival of the Southern 18th of April 'on which day: its fate, the throne depends on her very timm: s at this Court being absent, to attend Appeal court
mail i ii, that the drivers on the Cowticnt as far as regards the present House of Com. 1 I crisis. If tne rotuproiHising ej.int of the the case was submitted to Arbitration and
line trop to pcddt tin-tl'arr.-BCllfMl Pal. mon, will probably be decided; torus the late Cabinet should influence tho present, 1,000 dollars awarded to tie salvors-We
think this award a very equitable oneJI..uoqw..MiiI"wr .



Vfc itavo oeen poiiioly intitrncJty l Ctpi.Ximonfw /. t'.trr.Z. alit( of nil liisilivision., unit officer I 2t i\. RrigCood Rclnrn, Love St. Marks. a

of ihc Sloop M.uy Ann from Haan anti oldiorf! This frnporhnf net 'ftca Master.. TIE: ttnden'iRn<<:d'lri'a ,
?i 'ned the 15'h. tilt at r> town Rug William Tcl!!, tHIef, New '. rlcaiMister. I1 T few for the NorTI,.
'.' ?, lint on tlio 20th), (tit. (being tJto: I,Ittr- on ( r.nt -: : days
ifu.iJrvl: in the entire souto o- the Ropuli1'C. quests' all those\ indebted to tile hf..
of the King l of Spain-There was a SeJir Win Rosa, Board, ApatachicdaW '
day: ): f.et tis hnpo that! the period is ii tin1 II Wall. C. TIFT k ( 0. to call.tnd Bottle the. 1(" "
fiitcatenittt at instnrectioti, among counts without delay; and those I avin.
attempt
fnr distant!: when wisp and eturrthl in- tl'l1ti. June Sloop Fair Ameirican, Burroits
claims against tile firm, will please present
the coloured pcq'lr, in Ha\'l1l1l1-TIIC'J had on; nil! consolidate the edifice which the Charleston and New London. them for pajment.

mrule: arrangements to rise; on that day nt :Moxirnn people have rai fd to Liberty, l hy Sloop Brilliant, Packer New York. A. C. TI FT.

ibo) Innr of the ascension of a Balloon: in so many, and great sacrifices.The In-achr Florida PASSENGER,from Tampa. Bay,arrived -Key West!, !Nfay 23. 1631: li

)I.tor: of the occasion: -Their plot waslijv.c. .c-- 23th ult-Miss Mathews, Pr Hawkins and PROPOSALSvon
Yellon' Jessamine! has been ascertained Lieut. Newcomb, U 8 Army.
l .,. ''jctraycd! \Iy one of their gang; infjonccittrncc
hy experiment to poetess very pow Insclir Rising States, sailed 2Cth ult. for rVnr.' JltNf1 TUB

of which, st t! j p.1 were taken: 10ll"c'cnt rrfnl narcotic properties-it is very abundant N York-l\Iiu Mathcws.and apt Thomas, KEY WEST GAZETTE.

: its CXN:::!ion, end a nuriberofthcm in Florida We the following of brig Exertion.In -
copy William Tell sailed 29th nit fur
brig It will be the aim of the Htlitors to render
t ('frH1ilrd; : l !to Jail f for trial. caution to parents and nurses they can- New Orleans-Col doers, of Plattsbtirgh, the KEY WEST GAZETTE Inters

-<),-- not bo too careful in not permitting children N Y*{ M. Lanavitte, of Aux f ayes, St Domingo eating and amusing to all cl.tcs ot render.

InarrAt.r-'l'ime case of tile United to meddle with them ; and Mr illiland, of Charleston.In It willbowever be more especially devotedto
'schr} William Ross, tor Apalachicola,
Mates vs. 8rltr.rilltanl Ross, was tried Drnt1) airy allow Jcsxaminf FiWrr.- sailed 3,0th; ) ult-Hon.James Webb, Col LM the Corrmercial'nterests' which.may be

lt fire tie!, lion. JAarrs Wr.nn: on the 16th A :Mr. John T). Gordon, of nffilk. vat recently 1 Stone; Messrs. Wall and Kuan, of Key engaged Wrecks in this!brought part oftbeCountry.All to this place will h.!

vessels had been libelled under lost a little cirl) aped' 4 wears from West; and Dr. Lockhartof Apalachicola.: with
This
tilt : reported at as early a day as possible
I Brilliant sailed 8th for N Yk.
caring the yellow.ir.'Mnminr.f107rrra. sloop ,
the amount ot HaUage awardou, whether JIlT
breach: of the Registry Act by
hn allctigcd -D C Pinckham, It.q. and Lady, Miss
the decision o/ Court, op by Arbitration ;
Icing owned in part or whole, by certain NASSAT', MAY 10. Foot and J Whitehead, Esq. with such other matters in connexion
In Fair American sailed 8th. for
RPlOislfuljcCIS; and that the pretendedowner his Majesty' schooner Knnparoo nrri- Charleston Sloop and New YorU-J., \\'. SimonUm as may he deemed interesting) to the own-

\Y zr.r.UlI II. WALL, was nut at the vrd hero on flimdav 'last anti to the politeness I E. Chandler, \. C'I ift, and Dr. Hawkins underwriters, and other persons con-
cerned.
of her commander I,if'l1t. Hookev wonro ;
of U. S.
1 time the Register was granted citizen of Army. Should/ sufficient patronage ho<< ofTcm,
indcbtod for the f lowing! ;intelligencefrom \
the United Elates. The evidence disclosed a Marine Tclcgiaph; wtli be established at
South America Carthnpena from O-THOSE persons who f feel disposedto : Sand Key where all vessels passing in the
variety of cit culn.tances, illustrating whence that vessel railed on 'h*. 25lfi nllo, contribute towards the erection of aCIIUtt'ii Gulf may report themselves

' a former agreement for the purchase of the after having !been heseiced for some tinoby upon the Island, are informed The contemplated establishment} of n

" Win. Ross by one REYXALD, who for want the party s'vlinjj thprnsolvoH JAheral* that Subscriptions will be received by the Mail rout between tits; place andSt. Marks,
bad Biirrondorod tn ftmrrnl Ijiipnn! ",tlOimmplialelv following gentlemen, competing the t emmitlee will enable the Editors to foivard the paper -
of money could not complete the purchase, ) b'elsrcdthesafetvofnf privateproperty appointed for that purpose! : regularly to all parts of the United

and who swore that he was a citizen of the which he promised to 1\1mlOt' '. Hon. JAM s Wrnu, i C. I'IXKIIAMT.. States.
A. WiiiTEiiEAn I.. M. :STONE: E"qre. Drs. t
the The KEY WEST OAZCTTC >opublished
United States-and subsequently pur- It was stated there tint "Bogota hnd nlcao
U. S. WATCRIIOUSK and B B. STROIUCI.
Medium Sheet
hyS
r.hasc was made by W l.r. 11. WALL. It was boon taken I bv the same Party. ni Mnj.'s- Weekly, on a :
H. HTIIOHKI. & I.. M STo\ K.:
IvN ships' Blanche: Teams and rhampion Q::7- W E are authorized lo announce Col.
proved that he had received a certificate of .n1'ermsofSubscriphion- DOLLARS
L. M. S'l ON E Candidate for the nextLegislative
wore lying at Pnr'hnoona, ll:commanders as a in advance
from Court in the per Annum payable
Naturalization a County Council of Florida
of whom would no doubt. l"nvo an eve to Advertisements inserted at the usual

Territory of Florida-which had not (us the protection and snfi-ty of British subjects Or:: WE are authorized to announce rates.

was decided) jurisdiction to grant the same. and their intorosts.' RICIIAIID FITZPA'I KICK, Esq. as a 03- MR. A.SrnoBr.i.. ftt Charleston,

The Judge decided that there was not sufficient On last friday night, about 0 oVlock, Candidate to represent Monroe County, in ((fl. C.) is th,, authori/.ed Agent of the
the Kangaroo then near the T'nlf; the' the next Legislative Council of Florida. Editors, to whose care all Coniin'tnicatioM
proof i>f any other person besidesMr. Isaacs beating: S. by P.. di..iant. 10 mil('". -1--, -- n r _] rl_ _JJU and Subscriptions [post paid] may be di

WALL, having any juiciest in the scll!. observed! a stror.p limit, N. N. F.. whrn nil CUSTOM IIOUSH. rected.

William [floss-that Mr. WALL was not le- sail was matT towards it, and sovornl:; puns BUSINESS tours from 9 A. M. too P.M. ....0-

o citizen: of the United States at the and rockets fired to draw attention, dv ) On oilier days, (Sundays TO 'i UK vvnric.
gaily a excepted) from 9 A. M. to 2 1'. !M.
but it whtt119 supposed to l lie n vessel! on fire, Aware of the influence which a Public
time the Register! was granted- as Key West, 11. 1831 3i
but before reaching the object, it suddenly' Journal is calculated to exercise upon a
was proved that he was under that impression disappeared.In OFFICE ()1' TIIK community we enter upon (lie discharge of

no forfeiture ought to take place. .e-- BRITISH VICK-CONSULATE: our duty with a full sense of its responsibi

He decided .lso, that: the Collector had probable H communication made recently to And Ac.for Lloyds, London, and the lity. Patrons We deem and it but the an Public act of to justice lay before .

cause to mac! the seizure-and that the British Ilorlicnllurol Society, on -IIP Association of Underwit r.', Lirfrpool, our them our p.ans and the principle

the vessel and proceeds thereof be restoredMr. cultivation of the potatoo, it was stated' } NO. 3, FRII:' T-STR.T.: : by which we shall begovcrncd our editorial -
i that about sixty-six years' ngo, this vpjrefnblr Oflice hours from A. M. to 3 o'clock I'. M'; capacities.

WALL paying all costs. The opinion was introduced into the cottagers' gardens If Key Wp!&tgQMt l'ri\,1031.\ The commercial portion of our subscribers -

of the Judge will shortly he published.The in Herefordshire the first time,jince EDWArtl) CJlA NU fI'U. may rely upon our strict attention to

which, agues and other complaints, of tint ATTORNEY OF THE: UNITE STATES SOUTH- their interests. All vessels arriving at, or

U. S.schr. Porpoise,sailed from this sort to which they were previously' subject, FUN DISTRICT OF ORIDA. departing from this place.shall be reportedat

port on the 25th ult. on a cruise. The following bad disappeared from among them. Court House, Key West, l\pril20, 1831. as early a day as ossiblc. It i it our intention -
also, should. sufficient encouragement -
is a list of Officers attached to her. Shell. ho ottered to establish Telegraph
Bv late accounts,great distress prevailed LoggPI'head'I'urtle ,) a -
Lieut. Com.-John Percival, E q. at Hand Key, where all vessels passing -
in Ireland. In Mayo alone 26,000 souls TIMIE subscribers will give a fair price
lit Lieut.-Samuel B. Cockc. soul:; were fearful of famine from tho failure A. for !.r 00 I Iha.' of tho above article. may report themselves In tho event
.f wreck this
2d I.iut.-Edward D. Houtwell. GEORGE K. WJJAV? n Ai CO. a being brought to place, we
The English' Government
of the' -
potafoo crop. \\ est June H shall endeavor to transmit the, earliest in.
Assistant Surgeon.-Lewis B. Hunter. has appropriated ,t5 ,vOO in advance Key formation ; and in every instance, lien it

Midshipmen.-R. Scmmcs, D. B. Morgan for their relief Is practicable, we shall publish' in what mnn

C. S. BnggB, r.. Jenkins, A. H. Tallia- NOTICK.ALL ncr the, salvage may be determined, whether
persons having claims against! the by arbitratii n, or the decision of Court :
Cincinnati continues to bo the peat of
ferro. A. T. V. Gr..y. nn of HOHBEKT B. STANAHD dr
and all such other matter in corm:'Iilln,
Clerk.-L. Kendall. active and cons'aptly increasing trade. Between ceased
Captain's are requested to present the same which we may tleom interesting tothccmn.crs -
Gunner.-W. Cowan. the 6th and 24'h March there were within the time prescribed by law; and underwriters, or other persons concerned

The U. S. schr. Shark, Lieut. Com. BOE- 37 arrivals and 06 departures of steamboats those indebted, will please make paymentto .
at and from its wharves. the subscribers.
RUM, arrived at this p-,rt on the 26th, and 1'. A. lUlOWNE ) Believing that Virtue and Intelligenceare
--- -- .- POHTE',5 S Executors. the true of National
sailed on the 08th till on a cruise-all well WM.G. sources ns they are
Lilt of Officers.Liut. ('0 JIM: I':RCIA (Ja Key West, May 25, 1831 individual 'happiness wi consider it our
---- duty, as w.-II as that of every other good citizen -
Com.-Wra. Boerum, Fsq. SHIPPED COASI WISlSchr '. NO !CI':. to promote their extcn"loII.0

, 1st l.ieut.-\VII1. G. Woolsey. I iling State, for New York-190 undersigned having re-established. stall! therefore support every objcrt which
r :d Lieut.-It. W. Jones. hales Cotton. THE at Key West, a* a COMMISSION has a tendency to promote these great ei.ds.

Acting \Iaster.-Cicero Price. SloopJolm Denison, for New York-533 MEHCIIANT AND GENERAL: Religion, constituting nut judgment the
Frederick Wcssels. hags Coffee, 13 hhds. Molasses, 3 tons Logwood AGENT, otters his services to his friends \best l asit of morality, and a propt'rRIIII.o(
Surgeon.- 3 boxes Merchandize,7 boxes egan, and the public generally.F. tie obligation which we owe to the DUTY,
Purser.Josiah Colston. 1 case Fruit. A. BROWNE. being one of tin noblest incentives to duty,

Midshipmen Henry Boereum, William Schr William Ross, for Apalachicola April 20, 1831 -we shall never admit .ny thing into our

U. Intkccp, John B. Morekead, NathanielG 158 bags offee, 12 boxes Sugar 253 boxes lie offers fur sale at his Ware House, .nr columns, which! is likely to deteriorate
B. D. Moore. Segarn, 5 boxes Sweetmeats, 71 boxes, 5 30,000 feet White Pine Boards the former, or to place the taller in any po-
Bay hales 1 trunk, 22 kegs and 4 barrels ,Merchandize 10,000 first quality Bricks sition, which iscalciilated to lessen that respect -
Captain's Clerk.-C. D. Scott. ,30 kegs Nails Hollow Ware, &c. 15 bbla Baltimore prime Beef which men in general should 1 feel towards -
Boatswain. Ilerdelin. IMPORTS. 36 do Navy Bread the Author of every Good and Per

Gunner.Brazier.. Sloop Mary A n.rrom Havana- barrels 10 bags prime ('once.s feet Gift-

----...-.- Sugar, 7 boxes :bwcetments, 6,000 Scgars A few words as to our Politics-We go
and Fruit t. to P J -"ontaine; tierces Tobacco C. Gltl1\J, for Jackson and State Rights-We t on-
this
O. O'llARA, Esq. of place, Agentfor
to W II 'Vail 2 boxes Sweetmeat
,
; to transact d'eneral oeive that in the present crisis of our Country
LLOYD'S &c. has received the appoint 3 boxes Segars, to :Master 2 baskets Cof- Continues in Business. Agency there is no man so well calculated to

ment of Agent for the follow! g Insurance fee, 3 baskets Sugar. Fruit, Sic: to sundries. (HMMU taken on Soragn: &c. reconcile the prejudices of all parties,
Offices. _J who is so likely to chain down that: hitler
Ozilie will IKJ
always to
happy receive
OF nOSTn riR'- l"ARINEINTELLIGENCI spiiit of contention, which threatens to
and execute all orders his line
Columbian Tnsnrance. : : in of Business. tear asunder this Union as ANDHEW
U'KSON-llil rc'-<<-leC"tion U of vital im-
Globe, Firo and Marine Insurance. Key West, 28ih March, 1831. portance to the welfare of the Southern

"Washington, Fire and Marine Insurance. _----- POUT- --- OF-KKY- --- WEST.ARRIVED. States-His feelings: are with Us so far as
Franklin Insurance. /iIiIE UNDERSIGNED has re-established we are right ; and wherein we err. the moderation

United States Insurance. May 23 U. S .scbr. Shark, from a cruise. 1. himself this place in a GENEUAL with which he has hitherto acted,
25 Brig Good Return, Love of Baltimore AGENCY ANO COMMISSION BUSI and the strong attachment which we I are
lleroantilo. Marine Insurance. 1C days from New York, sundries toM NESS. br him, will, i if any thing can keep III within ) -
American Insurance. aster. JOllY W/UTEHEAD. the bounds of rea.J
Eoson, Marine, Insurance May 31 U. Sransporl Florida llaker Key West, March, 1831. these views, we shall, hy every honorable
?fewr England: Insurance. Tampa Ray. means endeavor to promote hi, re-election:
Boston Insurance. 31 Sloop Friend, Cnshman NasauN. TIIK: SU8 G'UnF.Ug -At the same time, we wish it to he understood -

:.Ianur.lctI1Tc".lnlurance. P, Ballast tA.\Ia.ter-13 Passengers. HAVING taken the Store recently oc- that we belong to no party but tho
June I Brig Mary Hart J. J. Waite, of t.y Porter & Htanard, in the party of our Country-Wo will lend ourselves
Atlas, Insurance. and from N. Orleans Molasses, to P, C, North East end of F. A. Browne's WareHouse to no man or set of mm. further thanas
Suffolk( Insurance. Greene-The \I. II. was brought in a wreck otTer for s lie on accommodating we conceive that their measures are cal-
Atlantic, Insuiance. from the Florida Reef having run ashore terms, a general assortment of culated to suhseryo the interests of the
near Key Tavernier oo the 29th. ult. DRY C.OODH ountry-And whi|.; we heartily despite
OE "HARI.XSTON, So. CA, ,
,, Sloop Brilliant, Packer Florida those hirelings wU! have dared<< to abuse for
Life, Fire and Marine, Insurance. Reef !Molasses to P. C. 'reene. CROCERIILS: and :liticai purpr.se'l.U worthu-st&best me'li of

.Union Insurance.By ? Sloop Mary Ann Ximenrs Havana SHIP CIIAN'DLKRY.GEORGE cur (!ountrN ay.e'(11 "..Ueel the sanctity -
.:. WEAVERS: CO. of the domett Ereside.W
jc
--o -Fruit nod Merchandize Master and e shall avoid
hart others. Key We' April SO. IR31 their.namplenjr not permiUinp'U&pt1nftWilUI
:
the Brig Mary from N, gleans
June 7. Sloop '"aireriean Burrows to bo mi'lfta reticle furpersoiial standee: ai.d
,
we hare received the Louisiana Advertiser Havana-Ballast-to Master. Estate of D. Wakolojr.. private abuse.-Thc e things need corrc. ti.OB .
of the "1st. nit from which we make the and a reformation Call be effected
Sloop permaceti, Clift Tortugas-Ballast ALL persons indebted to the late D. L. only
following extract.lhszcaBy -to Master. AaEI.u', will please take notice that by high-minded and honorable men (.own-

the Schr.* Correo from CLEARED. payment must he made forthwith; and all fut indignant upon tliern; by the adoption
Vera Cruz we have received Mexican May 56. Schr Rising States.Collins.New" having demands on the F.tate.ill present ofuur Moto as.the standard of Ppliticiant
paper' York-PC Greene. them without delay.II. tiRe just, and fear ,
to the 23th. April. They contain the Sloop John DtnisonHawkinsNew YorkO a.VA I'KRIIOUSC. Adin'r. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at.
act submission of Col. _>ON JCAX AL- "lie "
O'JUrt.
Key West April :27, 1831 tt thy Country's,



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,.. <( h.irbour. the of tin CIHc.jfAH.; AMRIUCAN I
... r 1.'P'V.. '" Cil in the at request
': nr" \ J.en <1 Master or Common ler of said vessel, said Office of American and Foreign Agency foi' Stenographic Acadcnijj

... who may apprehend a DE. / Pilot shall bcentitlcd Iademand and receivi(> Claims, No 49 U'all street, :\ eYorl, Ill ". T C. Co1'In.No. .
I. ,CRTER from the V. States' Troops;, 'PUBLIC NOTICE' is hereby given tcj
"and deliver him over to an Officer of the '1' tied Dollars for everysuch dav. hit persons whom it may concern, having 6 North ight Street Philadelphia

Army will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN pec. 10. Any Pilot applying for r Claims, Pebts, Inheritances, &c. payableor THE Propio nr of this esiablisliuieiu' h, .>

DOLLARS for each Dcscr5! thus! erurcd Branch, shell, at the time he obtains (hi recoverable abroad, tint this agency has visited the! principal cit:('.-', town, and co! .,
J. M. GLASSELL, same, pay into ths hands of the Treasure established, under the special auspices and :
lopes in the I'micd States' as a llejioitci.
Major Commanding. TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the v' ,tl l patronage of distinguished individuals in
West 37, 1831 3i w itl!. and 1 as Tend.cr: of Ptriwgwpfiy, and i.'
Iffy April for issuing the same. this country, a regular correspondence
Bankers &c. in the principal ports, now nidticct'', by the solicitation ol'nnme
AN ORDINANCE Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of eminent !
and of in cons ions respectable individual? n varint,
capitals foreign governments
To regulate the. Pilotage of jhis Port. Ordinances, militating against this.: Oidi rnercial relation with the United; ::'tatesj"though parts or the cpui try, to |I'wrc.tc a plan fob
Be it ordained by the Council f fthe mince, are hereby repealed. the medium whereof such valid communicating a knuwlcttcf.of his art tc.-

Town of Key West, That when any per DAVID COFFIN PINKIMM, claims as may be confided thereto, twill be all those'who consider i: woith, their
shall be desirous of having the situationof President Town Council and and may
son : expedited for settlement, promptly
alteuliui but who fioin 'their icrnotcsitu
Branch Pilot of this Purt, ho shall present lV t. II. WALL Cleric eflcctivcly recovered, when furnished by ;
..' &, '' Council wrltten petition; whereupon the claimants with the suitable legal proofs at ion, cannot enjoy the benefits of his personal

7 it shall'Je' tho duty of the Council appoint and vouchers, together with the requisite instruction.
tte'ltiolla ,
. a commiltee-of three competent persons Power of Attorney, to be taken ano4fc; ... Tho system, a knowledge of which it i if
knowledged before any Judge of a COllrt"of'Record proposed to communicate, may Le ronsi-
make into the qualification'
to enquiry
and Extract from a Law of the -or other competent civil magis- clC'ltd: a4s'nndard of American StcnogrAphyit )
and fitness of the applying res
persons United States dated 16th trate, municipal authority, or notary public is almost the .L.ily i plan used in tl1('.
thereon at the next succeeding meeting the
port and lhvL'ole duly authenticated by
; Uuited :States:: and i is sold by most of the-
of the hoard when the of the in which,
prayer Maich 1802. Governor the state or territory
I book sellers: to tLc exclusion of all othcsyscni3. : '
all Pilots ,
petitioner shall be acted on : ap- the same may bo' perfeeted, and legalizedby
pointed shall, ''previous to receiving their SKC'UON XIX. the appropriate Foreign Consul.! : It has }p:185E'tl I lliroiiyh fff 1ct'l.'

Branch, give bond with good and sufficient U Every person who shall procure or en Having also stablished a similar correspondence cditons, and Los btcn. recentIj. niirijIrrovtd ; ,.
Slates throughout the United States and stereotyped, and-finl.ellisl-Cd) \\ illl
their
security for the faithful performance of lice a SOLDIER the United to
British the like claims for recovery i illustrative !
from America, seventeen new copper plate engravings
duty. desert, or who shall purchase any
in thereof respectively, will
any part of the theory.A .
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or be received, and efficiently attended, in
of this work will cons'iinio the
shall have and use n Boat sufficiently large any part thereof; and any Captain or behalf of American, as well as Foreign copy
to enable them to proceed over the Iit efand Commanding Officer of any Ship or Ves- claimants first thrice numbers of a conunplated FC-

render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel requiring sel, who shall enter on board such Shipor Orders for the investment of funds on lea of-l'l lllf'd J.cclines, or ienoi.ual

the same Vessel, as one of his Crew or other- mortgage of freehold property, or in theI Numbers, to bo. puMished weekly, and serif,

Sec.' 3. That all vessels drawing over i wise carry away any such Soldier, or I urchase of public securities in the United tlnot!<_h tl.c medium of the nuiil 01 oil.nwist : -
States, Canal oans of the States ol New to each snbseiibcr, til! a t::oo h
feet of water entering this Port, except! fish- shall refuse to deliver him up to the orders ,

ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels of his Commanding Officer, shall, upon I and York faithlul'y, Pennsylvania executed.Applicatiuusaddressed, Ohio. &c. punctually .knots !edgc of the art shall have Lten con .

under charge of wreckers, shall pa) the, Legal conviction, be fined, at the discre- to this Agency, incases muuicated.
of herein after of Court of It will be the object\ of these Lecturer
rates Pilotage1 sjtecified. tion any havign cognizance requiring the investigation of claims,
Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not boaid or offer, the same, in any sum not exceeding search ol records or the intervention of legal not only to convey to each indii'dual/ a

his services to a vessel liable to take a Pi lot Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, proceeding should be accompanied complete and practical knowledge! of ShortHand -

until said vessel arrives within 4 miles ol any term not exceeding one year." with an adequate remittance to dvtray the U'ritiny, but tl\ti'fI( int out the rfi sf

the Light-House on Key West, said Pilot, ....c:>.c-- preliminary chargeR and disbursements attending eligible way to employ it as a labor and
offering his services shall l hc the same; and ail letters must be line saving mclhon,';;for acquiring othir.
so hoarding or Extracto de de Los '
un Ley addressed (post paid) to the undersigned, useful !1-tiowlcd] in minutes
entitled to only half pilotage and if said I !I', by peiformuig, -
;
Pilot does nol board said vessel 'till the Estados Unit!os con iecha. (is'ouueellor 01 the .Supreme Court ot the L, and hcurs, that vvhiili must other
tates,) in the Oflico of the Agency, 49
Light-House on Key West is distant not del IB de JNlarzo, SVallstr'at, New YoilAAuUN --. w'ise require: days and icccKs.

more than two miles, and then bears E. N. II. PA'LMER, Actuary. Should the above plan succeed, and

E.no pilotage shall b/j I ftlaime-jj- 1802. ** :here is reasun to believe it may, ihetc pe-

Sec. 5. All vess'ls.ara\\i.lg five feet SECCION XIX. THE. CITY GAZETTE, --lIIdicalllumLc'rs be continued montliy -

water subject to the provisions of tins) Ordinance i- Persona alguna quien proeura o1 us- AND, COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.A at one dollar per annum, under the to'-'

,refusing to receive a pilot outside of isti?el huir ,d. algun SOLD A DO de l.es Journal of Commerce Science, Litera- owing title, to wit :

the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services Esladoa Unidos, o1 quien compia de algun ture and the Arts. THE AMERICAN REPERTORY,

shall be liable to pay full pilotage; Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Urnformi KY SIMMS & DURYKA. Of Arts, Scicncis, and Useful Lilt ,.turc.
the
THE CITY GAZETTE is one of
but if inside of the Reef & not within two
o' qualesquera" pane de ella; algun oldest existing Journals in the U. States. The object, of this vvoik will be to furnish
rnilesof tho Light-House on Key West, the Capiiain o1 Oticial Mundando algim Under many proprietors course with few in nuinbeis to the rising gencruUon.
said E. N. E. the said vessel
light bearing Fraga'a o' Barco quo sea, o1 quien stembarea receptions, Lave always been Aincncin a Miniature Encyclopedia, or (,cites-I 1 Ca '

shall pay half pilotage. en elU como Marinero, o' de and popular Of late years, from neglec'! lunet, t-mbiating, in its course a c'lIci'it'wor -
Sec. 6. The Reef shall bo considered qualesquera ifiodo lleva Consijo nlgun more tin any other cause its influence andpatronage \ Epiton-o-: the inoFt iiitenslinj ""'
when the Light-House on :Sand:: hey bears Soldado o' quien deja de eldicho had. visibly'declined. Within tin
entregar
of the" with tin i' II ofelig'on
topics ago; cxccp
either E. N. E. or W. S, W. Soldado a 1 la orden del Oficial last year however, the present proprietoui As niimtrof
entered* a course of polo .apd politics. a. inatortvtnieiTcc !
having
vessels liable to pilot upon J
All
Sec. 7. pay Mandando' obligado a una
sera pager ii ore consistent with the politics ot th to the leader'especially. for
age, hound from this Port, shall pay the mnjta Sewn ladescrecion de la Code quctfdga ."'*oath and !having made numerous addition 'Multi: reference, the contenrs of cacti ago
but if vessel
some as vessels entering: said couocimiento del mismo en ,qua 'to the rjjDchanical improvements of their \\""H be demoted by apprt.pnate wards in ihcmarijiiis

shall choose to depart without a Pilot, tooy lesquera suma no siendo aiiba de Tres- cstab1ishna..ltJ.y fittilJp:1.t.tl.! in.a new ar d ; -t it) hick mini iral word?, a gcutral -

:shall; be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. cientos pesos o1 ruesto en la pricion handsome type, and on a larger sheet at i: index \vill lie fiaiiitd npiin tle; piinci'jileof '

8. All vessels except wrecking vessels por un termino v.a siendo ariba-ndo uiranu. better description of paper than heretofore Locke's'tJiiimon-l'laef liot/k ti.ur-
smacks and vessels under chaise of ." lay claim to, and have been favored with : ,
iiifullibli;
each
trader
: : 'lIflm.lling to an keyo
and mcrepceuf atrot-
leaving this Purt large proportional f
wreckers, entering or
the Nortn'V/est \', and drawing APPROBATOR; ., I\IONIAL! t age, including new cuj>scri. ; 'ions aid gem the whole or any particular pail' wi.u'li:
through 1S881\: ,,w TILL rid advertising. Within the last year, tti. i 'ic may wish to te"-examine--al: the sari'Cimesiigi'cstiiig ;
four feet water; or over, sMl pay i two
: UNIVERSAL &IA1UNE TELEGRAHI. list of patrons has been swollen by an accession totherspirant nfici kmvl
his
dollars per foot to any Pilot tciralermg of more than Three Hundred Citi. ilge, ft ruetlt d which), f purse' d, cainict: :

.services; hut if said vessel does not receive REPORT of the O"'' mjttee of Observation tens to which new names are will. little fail 'o pioduco to hint incalciila! Ic I a I c-
said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid ; of the Boston Marine Society, to w 110m exception almost daily addej! ::!'po., .

if a Pilot does not tender his service out- the sysiemof Marine Signals! orTelegrar prietorsin order the better tb merit that elcouragcmcnt -. ''

side the bar of tho said Norili-West passage Flags was referred, having carefully exam- of which, it is equally their ;
then he shall not claim pilotage or ined the Signals, and experienced their dti- pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so mucl u futation thai a young nit!n, who) will lust

lity at sea, recommend the tame to naut :al has ben received, from their friends and itquiie: a facility in Short-HandWnting: ,
half pilotage.Sec. Brethren, as being more extensive ;a- fellow citizens-have established in connci 'nd tlen proceed to tonic daily tn-a CumIUlln. -
Pilots shall
9 When two or more sier distinguished than any Signal /)ey tion with their ollice of business, aspaciou- laC(! liook upon the principles IUTIiiggested ...
tender their services to any vessel. the first have ever seen in use in.,.tins country, and Heading Room, in which, the chief PuHi will acijtiiie more useful knl \\)- -

alongside shall be accepted, and if refused, feel confident that everyone who will give Journals find their way and are carefully! e go in octcar, than it would be possible
the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received them a fair trial, will be convinced that filed, from aUjhe. States: in our Ul1 'On.- f him to obtain three
r in by
any
yeais
half pilotage.Sec. are useful and valuable inven Tnis room is free with all its facilities 7ith-
they very
other bcew clovised.In
that has : .
plan ever
'
10. When a Pilot shall discover tions. out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette. I t
two vessels it shall be his duty to The Committee baTinlZ' also examined the A regular weekly Prices Current, in letter j t carrying out his design, three impor-
or more ,
method of using the Signals in this Hat" ,r. form and upon a fine paper EiiitalU 'ant principles| will Lc conMuntly in view :
visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of are fully satisfied that any information (hat fur correspondence, carefully collected Ii'u1It-To select prom the great mass of

distress be exhibited on one more lemote: may he required, may he communicated if with the most correct estimate of the trut human knowledge that only which is ui-tful.'

and any Pilot failing to comply with tnis received from any vessel (using the Signals condition of the markets, iVd put upon the ::1econd-T: c-omJensc it as far as its

.'provision shall forfeit his Branch. approaching the Light-House with the most advantageous terms to all that cone ,.iur.tica! utility will udmit.
the and under thin class, is also issued from the OffiClvi
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before greatest ease, correctness despatch Third-To systcniatize'u..d: the
Town Counciltof incapacity or negligence, and that their merits need only to be fully the proprietors. Their Reading Room. arrange
whole in such manner that each and ever'
where the earliest information be hadis ,
known to be duly appreciated. may
( his ,
shall conviction be deprived of
upon SAMUEL HOLLAND, free alike to patrons, strangers in the city |-mti< n shall beat immediate command.

Branch. President of the Committee of;the and masters of vessels trading to thi- The scanty limits of a puispecttis forbid
Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Boston Marine Society. port. To these improvements, they make 'he addition of other considerations! in thi-

by this Ordinance shall be recovered before THOMAS ENGLISH, Sec'y.To daily additions, affording facilities to th< lace.
the President of the Town Council, allowing man of leisure and business alike hitherto

to the parties, in all instances, an and-Owners of t''ea8.ela unknownSIMMS & DURYEA, TJm}is-For a full course ofanstructioji --
appeal to the Council. Shipmasters No 3 Broad street, Charleston. .s abovcmentioned j-)2 50, payaliW in ad
The extensive adoption of the Maine Q Subscriptions received at this office .ance, or on the receipt of the! first thrc'1nurnbcrs
Sec. 13. When a Pilot\ shall go on board allies '
Vessels of '
Telegraphic Flags, by & *
of a vessel l, he shall exhibit his Branch, and criptions throughout the Union, has rendered SOUTHERN REVnW. of.'Vf I p':l odical.
masters"aft
All solictteti! i
Jrfiuly
shall also furnish the Master or Commander it expedient to establish Agencies in various THE subscriber begs leave to inform the post
of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi Seaports, where Registry Offices arc public that he has undertaken, for the next to act as agents m their respective neigh-

nance. kept fur the purpose of entering Vessels three years to publish the > OUTHF.HIS htVIEVV juihoods. If a postmaster procures ,,but

Sec 14. Tho following rates of Pilot. and furnishing sets of Flags, Signal: Books and to look for his remuneration entirely 1)110 subscriber; he will be entitled to a gf- ;

tage are allowed : and designating numbers. t to the present and Future subscription uitous copy of the published system-ifTrnr

On vessel 5 feet 00 Ship Masters DC their return from Sea,are lISt of $5. As this source has l.ithertu beck l subscribers, to a full course of ii-
a drawing $7
: send their Hooks to either
requested to Signal this he ruction 50 nom the collec-
s
cs 6" 900 have inadequate k r.o1Y expense, begs or g2 money
of the undermentioned Agents to leave earnestly to solicit the patronage ol t il I and in like for
R 7 1000 of ; proportion a greater: e-t;
inserted therein, all the new entries ilesig
these who thiuk the 1evieVvortll of
ti 8" -1200 nating numbers which uay have odcurreu ) public I *s number of su.sC'riLt'rs-that) is to say,

tC their absence and are porticularlj support. t commission of twenty per cent for his
9" 1350 during 'I 1 Le su. scriber has associated John B. Ir-
a 10" isooII desired to hew their designating numbers v ingl.sq'lIh him ta the pu..licutiuu ol the services. Those who wish for a more full

u sc 16 50tc when entering or departing from the Port, Review, who will conduct the corrcsponence explanation or to sec a specimen of tl.e

12 tt 1800 of Portland, Boston, Lew..Y"rli. BaltimoreCharleston establish agencies, collect and receive )page, type, &c. to bo used, may no doul t

,. 13 *e. 19 5U and Sand their Key.Vessels By conforming will be subscriptions, and attend to all the 0 ratified l b\ calling on pastmasters, \v'' o
this re-
to particular
ousiucss transactions ot the Ucview
'e 14" 230* excepting 110.t'('0 generally supplied with an intn-
ported by the Telegraph.AGENTS.
'e 2700 the typographical department, Auction tit tho system above: referred to.
15" '
be aiiLscriuer has the satisiaction a's
rt 16" 3200 )1t7..l\looDr The issuing ol now ers will comment
,
to announce that Hugh S. Legare, Lsq: uvvhoin .
** 17 3600 Observator'II"ortbnd. the heview lias hitherto owed bi. arty in July, from anti after which, each

W 18 a 4000 JOHN R. I"AR..lObsenatory.\, much) has consented to bo associated will. new applicant will bo supplied, at the time

<* 19" 4500 Boston. the editor, Stephen Elliott: lE sq, in the liter tit subscribing, witu a perfect set from tl.e''epintung. )

cc. 20.e. 5000 JOHN GftKU: >ry deparlineqt of this. journal. .
I' Telegraph .t tbeD.ttery. NewYork. '1 he subscribers who in
<* 21 u 5600rt are still arrears 'he
er publisher of
THOMAS r s: LiON, will be pleased to make payment to J. L. : any newspaper crIrublw
22" 6000 Exchange, Baltimore. Irviuj: l.sq. and the new subscribers wit; i journal! who will give.tins PIOSI''C-
t1 23 -6600) JAMES M. ELFOKD, pay their kunscriptions likewise to him, 1b us a conspicuous inscrtionwand forward a

u 24 7000 Charleston bets alone authorized to receive them. copy of the paper contaiuiug it, shall! reteivq -

Vie 15. When a Pilot shall be deiaia- THOMAS r..uTIN.Key A. AilLLEK, a regular series of the contE'mflitf "

& on board any vessel after she has aniT- West. 1'0I Broad street. Charleston. lectures "Ilhout other ('harql'.