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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
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Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
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VOL. 1. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 13, HJ3I : NO. 0.:"
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e any one of the Acts of Congress relative: sent year, one Raynal bargained with Capt. from Mr. O'Hara by Perez,' was intended
POETRY.WE
(he admission of Allan's to citizenship, William Barker for the schr \ William Ross and meet, probably applied .to the paymentof
MET.A were complied with in the County Court. and agreed to pay for her $1500, or that the schooner, but, this argument is rebutted
8 irfi BV T. II. BAILY.Wo liy the first section of the Naturalization $200 were td be paid down at the time of by the ,fact that: Perez purchased
met, 'twas in a crowd Act of April 14, 1802, it is provided that the bargain and that Raynal was to be allowed goods on his account to nearly the whole
And I thought be would shun me: any Alien, to become n citizen of the U. fifteen days to go to the Havana for amount of that sum. arid, tho original intention
lie came, I could not breathe, States, "shall have declared on oath or affirmation the residue. That in part compliance with to pay with'this money is positively
For his eye was upon me. before the Supreme Superior, this contract, Raynal paid to Air. Greene denied by Raynal, who it is said was to
He spoke, his words were cold, District or Circuit Court, of some one of fcs the Agent of Captain Barker the $206 get it in'that way{ and it is most certain
I knew And his how smile much was he unaltered felt, ; the States, or of tho Territorial Districts of previous to )his going to Havana and that that the $200 deposited by Raynal,was not
For his deep ton'd voice (alter'd, the United States, or a Circuit or District upen his return from Havana,about the first used as any part of the payment made by
I wore my bridal robe, Court of the United States," &c. 'By the or second of April, he applied to the Clerk WaU.
And I rivalled its whiteness; 3d. section of the same Act, it is declared, of Mr. Greene, and stated that he wanteda After taking all this testimony together
Bright gems were in my hair, that c. Every Court of Record in any in.tf- bill of sale made out, and that he was and viewing it in every possible shape, 1
How I bated their brightness! ridual State having common law jurisdiction ready to comply with the contract. The have not been able to discover any thing
IJccall'd me by my name, > ,and a Seal, and a Clerk or Prothonotary bill of sale was accordingly made out and calculated in any.degree to create a legal
Oh As thou the bride halt been of another tho ; shall be considered a District Court signed by Capt. Barker, but was not afterwards presumption,that cither Raynal Manuel or
Of this anguish, tafr Mother cause ,within the meaning of this Act." The applied for by Raynal, nor did he Perez, had any interest; direct'or indirect.
question then is, do these sections or any cbtnply with the contract by paying the re- in the schr. William Rosa at the time she
And once again woymet" of them, confer upon tho County Court of mainder the money. Three or four days was purchased by Wall, or at the time he
And afairpirlwlWncarhimr Monroe County, in the Territory of Florida subsequent to this time a Spaniard by the took the oath at the Custom House of Key
lie smiled and whj'sper'd low the power of admitting Aliens to be- name of Perez requested Mr Greene's West If such facts as are here relied upon >
As I once used fab hear him; come citizens? The first section, unaidedby Clerk to make out a new bill of sale for were to be received as proof of a joint
She lent upon his arm- the third: ,clearly does not. The words the schooner but to leave the name blank, interest, I think there have been few con
,1 wept Once-'twas for 1 deserved mine" and mine only, i are,' before the Supreme,Superior,Districtor :and on the next day the Clerk was directedto tracts made in this or any other country,in
To fed wretched' and.lonely.' ; Circuit Court of some one of the States, fill up the blank with the name of Wm. which a third person could not have been
And she will be Lis bride! I or of the Territorial Districts of the Uni II. Wall, but whcthoi ho received this direction saddled upon the original purchaser at -s
At tho altar k.c'll give her ted States. The county court of Monroe, first from Wall or Perez, witnessdid joint owner.
*The loVe that'a.. too pure is not a supreme, superior, district or cir not recollect, the bill of sale was filled During the investigation of the cause,t
For a heartless deceiver cuit court of one of the States; nor is it a tip and executed to Wall,and he paid down package purporting<< to contain, the testimony
The world may think me gay I supreme supetKSyvd'strict or circuit court the $1500, the price agreed upon for the of Capt. Williamm Barker* 'the fort 1el
Oh For! THOU my teed hart\logs been I smother the .I of a'territonal district or i.r United States, vessel. Tho $200 previously deposited by owner of the William Ross, Was offered in
Of this anguish my MOTHER.cause : unless made so'by the third section. That Raynal, was afterwards passed to the crop evidence. It was objected to on the ground .
: : :J>... r 1.,_ section makes any court of record in the ;* of Raynal, Perez and another Spaniard of informality in taking the testimony and
CASK IN :\ IIRALTr.- individual State;possessing common law called"Don.Manuel an account with Mr.Gicone bringing it into Court. That objection ift
jurisdiction, and having a Seal and Clerkor for money which he had advanced sustained. There arc two modes providedby
TAe Unit*.State \s.Schr. William Ross. Prothonotary, a district court within the them and for goods sold them. These are law for taking the testimony of Wit
VT7A. 11. Watt, Claimant. meaning of the Act. The court of Mon all the direct facts, in relation .to the purchase nesses out of Court-the one is by depositions
Tins libel is founded upon the fourth roe.county, is a court of record,posseting of the schooner. There is however de fane 8e. and the other by a do-
'frction of the Art .., Congress, approved common law jurisdiction, having a Clerk some colatteral matter which scorns to have dimut potcttatwn. This testimony does not
"31st. December 1792, entitled; "An Act and entitled to a Seal; but it is not a court been relied on. It appears.that while tho conform to the rules prescribed in their'
concerning tho registering and recording of of'record, in an individual State, nor is it negotiation was pending between Raynal mode. It evidently cannot'' be used as o
Ships,or Vessels.=Thai section, requiresthe a court of record of a territorial district of and..Barker,several conversations were had deposition taken de erne use, and 1 pro
(person applying for the registry of any ,the United States; it therefore cannot be between Jtaynal and Mr. Greene, as,Bar- surat, is not so offered; and if intended
I Ship,or Vessel, to take an oath or affirmation embraced in the third section of the Act. ker's Agent, and between Raynal and Mr. be used as evidence taken under a dtdimUipotttatumP
among other thing, his The territorial districts of the United States I Greene's Clerk; at some of these conversations tho rules prescribed by the
name olid pace of abode, and that he is the are defined by law; and to come within the I the.Spaniard called Don Manuelwas Acts of the Legislative Council for taking
Hole owner of said ship or vessel, if such beth provisions of this Act of Congress, it must present but it does not appear that he testimony under'Commission, should have
case; that he is a citizen of tho United be the conrt of a district thus defined. I I took any part in those conversations as a been pursued. In this instance However*
States and'that there is, no subject, or cit am therefore! of the opinion,that the connty .i person in any way interested. It also appears 'those rules appear to have been neglected
zen of any 1 foreign Prince or State, directly court of Monroe, had not the authority to that Raynal and Don Manuel fiat in four particulars, each of which;; .t ill important -
or indirectly\ by way of trust, confidence, admit Mr. Wall to become a citizen of the came to this place together, from Havana, to observe:.!first! in giving the po>
or otlierjviso i interested in said chip or. ves- United States, and that such admission did Don.Manuel to purchase: goods at a Mar.sSale tice; secondly, in the number of Commissioners >
eel, or in the profits or issues thereof.* the not invest him with the rights and privileges *. andjiaynal to act as his interpreter ; thirdly, in'the sealing and authentication
..camo section afterwards provides, that "in of a citizen. ; that they returned to Havana to.getter ; and fourthly in their introductioninto
case any of the matters of fact in the said Having thus decided the first objectionto when Raynal went over for the Court-cither of those would have ra
oath ur affirmation alleged, which shall bet this document, it is unnecessary, BO far avowed object of getting the money to pay quired the rejection of the testimony.
in the knowledge of the party, so swearing as the parties are concerned, to take up the Barker, and again returned to this place, Although I am of opinion that no for*
or affirming, shall not be true, there shall second; though were it necessary, the whether, together or not, is not satisfactorily feiture has accrued in the case still under
,". be a forfeiture of the ship or vessel,together Court conceives that full and satisfactory proved; that about the time of their the circumstance, I consider it right to
with her. tackle, apparel and furniture in answer is to be found to that objection, in last return to this place, the Spaniard cal give a certificate of probable cause to the '.
respect to which the same shall have been tho case of Campbell. Gordon and wife, led Perez came over from Havana, aid that Collector. Mr.Wall was not legally a eft*
made." decided in the Supreme Court of the Uni- he presented a let.terof credit to Mr.O'Hara Jwn of the United Slates at i.he'time th*
'fhe libel after stating that this oath was ted States, and reported in 6 Cranch. from Messrs.Marl'tegue.Knight&, Co.of oath vita taken, and this circumstance:
taken by the claimant Wall at the CustomHouse There is however, one view of the subject Havana for i$1&00, upon which he received alone, authorised, and indeed required that
.b. of Key West on the 5th. day of A- in which it is proper that this document that sum in doubloons-that almost directly officer (if known to him) to make the sei
._pril 1831. goes on to allege, that the said should be regarded as evidence on the after his receiving that sum of money zure-being thus required to act in did
William II. Wall well knew that he waS part of the claimant; and in that view, it he purchased from I Ir. O'Hara, goods charge of official duty, it would be unjust
{ ]- not a citizen of tho United States, ,',ho was not the sole owner of tho said schr. shows that when the oath was taken.at the which he immediately paid for in doubloons, expenses of defending an action for damages.
called the William Ross,and that there w4s Custom House, there were sufficient reasons and that he also purchased good from Mr. On the part o! the Claimant, belies
some subject or citizen of a foreign Prince. to induce a belief on the part of Mr. Greene to theamounj $1000. It farther ing as he must have done, dial he was *
; or Slate directly, or indirectly, by way of Wall, that he was a citizen of the United appeared from the testimony ot Mr.Greene' citizen, the case is a hard one; it is however .
trust,confidence,or otherwise, interested States, and therefore,that he did not know- Clerk, that Raynal stated when he applied a misfortune,to which,this Court can
t, in the said l schr. William Ross and in tho ingly take a false oath. If a Judge, appointed la'have the bill of sale made out, that he I apply no remedy.
0 profits and issues thereof. by the proper authority to administer was to get the money from Mr. O'Hara; It is therefore ordered, ,adjudged,and 4fr
The answer denies generally the alle- the law,and who was professionally but,this statement "u denied by Raynalon I.. creed, that the money in the hinds of tb,
gations of falsehood in the oath taken at a lawyer; be mistaken as to the effect and oath, and he alleged that he was compelled Marshal of this Court,arising from the sato
the Custom House, and claims the vessel as operation of a particular Statute; it is not to relinquish his contract for the of the schooner William Ross, made underan
tho sole and bona fide property of William surprising, that a foreigner, who does not schooner, because he was disappointed in interlocatory decree of the Court, be restored
t II. Wall; and it ia upon these two grounds; pretend to be conversant in.such subjects, getting the money from Havana. Raynal and given up to the Claimant, Wm.
v to wit, that Wall was ,not a citizen of the should be led into error by that mistake; also stated that he was a citizen of the U. II. Wall, upon the payment of costs.
.' United States,and that some subject or citizen and if, when he took the oath, he hao such States born and raised in the city of St. JAMES WEBB, Judge.
of a..foreign,Prince or State was di. reasons to believe it to be true, as would Augustine but that he had no interest in I.. ., "B
rcctly .or indirectly interested in said schr. have satisfied a reasonable mind, he has 'the schr. William ROM. It docs not appear DR.D.D.STROBEL'rJLL
that a condemnation is sought. not incurred the forfeiture prescribed by the that Manuel had any thing to do with the continues to Practice his Proffeaslon
Upon the first point, it was proved by-a Statute. The words of the Statute are, schooner whatever, or with tho contract of in all its Various Branches.
"witness* that Wall acknowledged five, or within the knowledge of the party so Rayaal, or with that made by Wall, unlessan ie also keeps on hand a constant and
.- .* six i year since, that he was not a native swearing or affirming shall not ,be true.1 interest can be inferred from his coming fresh supply of Genuine ,
"''born ctitzen' of the United States and an The intention of the Legislature was to to this place in company with.Rayaal with
)entry on the records of this Court made on punish the party for taking a fake oath, bj the vowed object of purchasing goods at a Drugs and Medicines.
the second day of May 1831. was introduced a forfeiture of the property, or its value, public sale,and his being occasionally pre All orders will meet a punctual atu-n ioa.K .
to show that on that day he took tho about which that oath wag taken; and to ent when Raynal wa conversing with the : .-v WestVhlMarciii,1631.
oaths prescribed by law, to become a citizen constitute a false oath in legal acceptation, Agents of Capt.Barker. But even if it was .. r l
,and that a certificate of citizenship was it is necessary that the person taking it, Intended that he should have an interest in Est ati3 of D. L. \Vakeloy.A .
then granted him. should know it to be false, or at least, Raynal'a contract that contract seems to LL persons indebted to the late D. L.
1 To rebut this proof, the claimant: introduced should have no reason to believe it true. have been entirely annulled,and it does not WAKELCT, will please take notice that
a paper purporting to be a certificaro Believing in this case, that Mr. Wall did appear that he ever was in Wall's companyor payment must be made forthwith: and, all >
the of the United conversed with him what having demands on the Estate will prevent <
citizenship,granted by County Courtof consider himself a citizen on any subject
them to lit Dec.neat,or be debar-
Monroe County, in the Territory of Flo- States aJ the time the oath was taken at the ever. Perez is not known '-o have been ed. previous II H. \VA1EIUIOUaE, Adm'r.
rida, on the 14th, day of January 1830. Custom House, and that he had such reasons here while tho contract was in progress Key Weal April l7, 1831 6t '
From this document it appears that Willm. for that belief as would have satisfied with Raynal nor does he seem to have had -
II. Wall, after proving to the satisfaction most men upon the subject, I am of opine any thing to do with the schooner except KEY WKSTSEG
uf the Court,his residence in the U. States ion that no forfeiture was incurred by his directing Mr. Greene's Clerk to make outa I \R rrJANUFACTORY,
and other matters therein net forth,took the swearing that he was a citizen. new bill of sale and leave the name blank ; W. H. WALL takes this opportunity of
prescribed by law, and -was thereupon The second ground alleged for the condemnation and subsequently informing him, that Mr. ; informing the Public, that ho has established -
admitted a citizen of tho United States. It of this vessel ia, was there any Wall's name was to be inserted. What A seas XAOTFACToxr' at Key West.
.. is objected to however, up m two grounds, subject or citizen of a foreign Prince or right or authority he had to give this instruction Ho imports for this purpose, the wry tar
** 1st- because the County Court of Monroe State,directly or indirectly, by way of trust, does not appear, as Mr. Wall was Tobacco llara a.
County, in the Territory of Florida, had confidence, or otherwise, interested in the not present when it was given, tho' he, Mr. Began of the best quality, and of et.iy
not authority to confer the rights of citi schr. William Ross, or in the profits or issues Wall, at another time informed tho Clerk description may be bad at his establishment
z.enshir.upon an Alien; and fdly.-Do- thereof, at the time the oath was taken? that he had bought the schooner and thai 03r All orders in the above lifi. willmeet
cause, if it possessed that i power, this pa- It appear from the testimony, that some the bill of sale was to ho m his name. An the earl licet atteatio.3 r '"i
per docs not show that all the requisites ot : time in the latter part of March of the pre- argument is used, that the money obtained 1 March, 1831. ,



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fIII- that the sent that lie had: taken tho liberty} of calling
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:" obvious interests of the community,; l been und late ward: wad: more patriotic; ,
heir'r I in order that lie
them
should bo mani together, might
falsehood of tho charge:
insertion to the i '
whoso ? Tho
benefit
following
guirfg"
j sacrificed? And for fested. \V repudiate and reject entirely make some suggestions to them as to the

.ommtinication, we I.ro' actuated by no answer is a plain one-It is for MrFrrz- without reservation the absurd doctrine of course which it would be most expedientfor

;other; feeling1 than a sense of dut"Ve P.TIUCK'lIo in tho only person engagedin nullification deny the right of a Stale the friends of reform to pursue with a

have heard these charges frequently made making Salt, and it is Afr interest to 'to object any law passed by n constitutional view to the !speedy and successful piopics;;

If they be true, Ihey'oUght to be substantiated in the business majority and of ft general not specific of the measure Ho strongly but respect-
-if false, an opportunity should be afforded prevent o.thcrs from engaging nature-a'law. to bind and govern all fully urged such members as had given notices
whilst at least, until his worteraiofairJy in of motions for amendments in the}
for disproving them And we ; the States, not oppressive or injurious to a
are free to acknowledge'that wo hare our 'operation( : by which means, ho will prevent, single State. We do not believe in the oppressive Bill, not to persevere in such motions, ui)

predilections and preferences trust that coropetiidhand bo 3nnblcd'to get his owh nature of the tariff on one State less, upon consideration, they should deem

we shall never lose sfgtit ri'what is duo to, price for Sat! -Tnow ask,with what propriety more than on all the States, and we arc them to bo of essential importance. Ill
submit tho question to the com did not pretend to ask of any gentleman
justice. Our paper, therefor1,wall be open-, Mr. FITZPATBICK can'rCliuest tho people willing'to
tribunal. t ac to abandon his opinions in do4crcncc tu the
legal 'Vtrthclessye
.
cd to a discussion of the subject; t. and an opportunity of this County, to send him back to the petent not disposed, to declare South Carolina Government He merely put it to the good!

afforded every m:.n, (WHETHER OPourt Council; when if what wrj have stated be a state-of rebellion, nor inflict upon her sense of Members whether it would not bo

tOUTics on COT,) to, defend him.elf. truce, he goc9 tthero not to represent their citizens, most of them pure-and highhiind- : more advisable to give up any objections

Wo conceive that this is the only course intcrcslsbut his own.A I ed the spotted name -of traitor.. We : which they might entertain to some of tire

which an Editor can consistently pursue, I do'not concur in most of their alleged grievances details the Bill, than to delay tind re-

who professes to bo actuated by a regard'for rniExo TO me rcOrLE.We i ; we do not concur in their proposed tard its progress by bringing on endless

the public good. --o.e>- I remedy; we do not approve o"f their discussions in the Committee upon such
'icadcrs
COt,It' IC\TEb. hasten to lay before ont the : i inflamed und passionate language; but in' ,: details. Ho was most anxious-and so

following important information,taken from ; one thing we do toncur, and will go with must be every true friend of reform-that

Messrs. Editors: the American Jouml'l"of the Medical Sci them:-namely: ,*!!the preservation of the as little delay as possible should occur, and

As the day of election is fast approaching chccs, for May, 1831. rights and sotcreijnfy of the State; this! therefore it w& that he urged gentlemen tu

'. I think it but just that the people should New Ana ld.tCf S Panatca. is the bulwark of our liberties; it is this sacrifice their feeling upon some minor
aim'8.
sovereignty which will.,protect tls'from con- points, and thus accelerate a measure rti
know, in what manner, they have been represented 'Just as this form was t preparing for press,
all da ''
which were
sclukttion.Thepromincnt. they deeplY' interested.
in the last Council;and whether we received<< from Dr. J. Rose, of this city ,
..' statesmen of South Carolina Whilst ho thus cxpre&ed his anxiety that
their -interests.have with that (Philadelphia,) an account of an analyst
consideration
met made !by hltn, tinder the superintendence, have been very inconsistent; they all delay should bu avoided he begged tu

o I from their present member,to which and in laboratory' of Professor Hare, of first started the tariff, they were enamoured be distinctly understood that tho enemies

they were entitled. the contents,pf a bottle purporting to beSwaim's with a splendid national government, and of Reform were most Miserably mistakenif
c Panacea.1 In this look a wide latitude in their cotstructioiof they hoped to defeat the bill by delay
At the last session of thc"Couneia Bill analysis both
Amidst all the They.might originltd discussions
fronj
implied powers. errors ,
and arsenic
are said to have been
was presented, for Incorporating The North detected.mercury Wo have and follies of nullification wo rejoice to day to day,and throw o :tacks in the way

%: American Salt Company, at this place; of three different already published'thcstatements chemists sec them retrace their steps and go,back t0 of tho Bill, but of this tlitey might all rest

upon,:which occasion Mr. R- .ITZP.\TnIClt whom mercury was found in Swairji'a,Panacea by- the republican principles of state rights. assured, that rather than abandon,the bill,

<""' publicly stated, "that it was contrary to but It had not been before examined But :Soulli) Carolina divided: on tho sub Parliament would ho Kept fitting until next
< ject of a remedy though united in' -December,or next December twelvemonth
lie wishes'and interests of his constituent we believe, for arsenic; at any rate, so. fat proper ,
,*i I: to have such a Bill passed. as we know, this is tho first time that the the belief of their injuri.ca.and sufferings' if necessary. \ .
and this division wiir eutraUzc Several Gentlemen their
of that has ..tho violence expressed warm
been
:My memory may deceiveme, but"I do m presence it by chemical poison nna.1ysis.Ve have detected of flo more ardent-andJthe( affair* concurrence in' the views taken fby' Lord

riot.ICCIJIcct'that Mr. FmrATBicft ever been satisfiedJ ilo\V vet of tho variable com-long may be left to a settlement amongst themselves Althorp, and promised as/ar1 as in them

: received such instructions; if'lie has, we position'of panacea,, Bird it seems probable without the imputation of rebellion. lay, to give effect to his l lordship's! sugges
, : We have endeavored .to ,allay this ferment tions. 't
that it sometimes
could) like tojBCO them produced-We are._ corrosive sublimate and arsenic contains sometimes botuiue -not attempted to fan the spark into The Coronation.-Tholhtaiorrof West

-., aware, that, previous. to his departure for 0 only othem: and a: others; neither. flame.. We'consider it'a solemn duty to minster Abbey now presents a rflvst c ri-

.. :the,council .everal'Town Meetings were So perfect have become tho processes of prevent national evils in preference to re- ousappcarancc-tbat of an absolute"rulu.Seals .

: held,at Which resolutions were passed in3tructing modern analytic chemistry, that it is finest dressing them; and -although Mr."Clay in for 6,000 persons will be erected,all

i a Mr. FzzzrtTatcAto* do, all in impossible for tho minutest particle of a a former speech, declined yielding an inch arrangement involving a consumption of at
mineral substance in the modification of the Tariff, we think least 700 loads of timber. The monuments
elude
f'1 power, for the promotion of certain obJects the skilful'analyst,to and it is in the vain scrutiny now for of it i is due to tho States south of the Potomac arc all cased, to protect them frofu

."., specified in those resolutions; but the emperic to think to conceal his poisonous to meet them hi a spirit, of just compromise injury, which wo should think must bo an
.. to' "\ 'we challenge' tho production of any resolution -, drugs by mixing them with syrups and ; for nil the States south of'the( affair of some difficulty. Their iMajesticy

)* ,or instruction, in which the bill for incorporating saccharine matters. Potouac arc wholly with South Carolina will be crowned upon a platform raised Jii, J
on principle, though dillcring with her as feet,and immediately in the centre bctwccu
tho North American Salt Co no-j: The cdmmunicalidu: of Dr. Rose is' accb'mpanicd to the remedy. the transcepfs. .

. 0 pany,was ever alluded to-It appears thtu, with several; affidavits made, .fo; Tbis i is tho mouictu, fur reconciliation, HOUSE OF" LORDS.-Aug. 2. ''

, that Mr. F. has neglected a duty, enjoinedupon the purpose was of tho1em-niftl showing that the bottleobtain-matter. analyzed for strengthening,not \yc kehi Jfthe; bondsof The King and Queen'* Visit.Nut.withstanding .

him; by his fellow-citizens; and such ed from 'Swaim by a named1 our union; and although wo liave just tho unfav6rabcness! of tIll
a man James
] acts as'wero'not directed, ho stated openly fill..,for the cure of an ulcer "u .lib leg cuuso tycomplain of the "South, for lid- day, thousands were congregated at Pull-
; banding the Democratic and all its mall and
Charing-cross Parliament
party ,
to
in'tho face of facts, that ho was instructed : that the said James Hill, on the third day- safe systems and salutary Usages, and punIshing witness their Majcstie (procctision to she .
after the
commencing use of the '
to perform medicine friends who for havebeeu House of Lords the
four wine glasses full twenty years, King to rjivg his Roy
For the truth of these assertions I refer died with'vomiting blood only hat the deceased taken, their faithful allies in the north, and al Assent to the Queen'd'Dower Bill, and .
; } fought Ihelr'l>aUk::J; we cannot forget what her Majesty to return thanks to her faithful
to'tho other Members of the Council who after taking the medicine .
complainedthat
tbb South has been in the dark days of na- Commons for their ample provision.
were present on the occ.uiionI commend the remainder it burned of him the to the heart; and that tional calamity, and will go with them in By half past two the House was filled
contents of the
bottle
, Mr.: ,jo lTZI'ATRWK to the cultivation of a allcoAMJortaZ efforts 'to remedy real or with ladies, and muiy'cf hc Foreign Ambassadors
were carefully preserved his friends
better memory. given for analysis. by until imaginary evil*. The time, however, has liad.'takeh: their seats'to the right
'not arrived to take a definitive stand of the Qoeeu'ss Chair
on :: on what aro: called
T I shall pow proceed to shew, what, ad- Wo regret that the late period at which this question. When the national debt is the Bishops' Benches. Among those

vantages would result: from the incorporation the communication of Dr.- Rosa and the paid, then the reduction of the indirect tax- sent, were the Ambassadors.from';France pro.,

of the N. A.Salt Company; and how accompanying documents were received, es will be in order-then the gnestiou will Austria, Russia, Prussia,arid Holland.

the Public good hag been sacrificed to Individual prevents oUt publishing them in the present come up, of bringing the income of the His Majesty the House at'g
"' number. national government within the of qmrter-tofour o'clock
interest. compass preceded by Earl
her expenses.: Mealtime,white the federalists C; --jy, beariritj the Sword of State;and attended
,The' advantages of such a Company, are The following article is from the New- of the east, charge South Carolina by his household, alo'nvith' then \

30 numerous, that there is: not an individual York Morning Enquirer<< Its spirit is commendable with being in a state of rebellion, let ,her Lord Chancelforwili| a purse in J his! hand,

in this community unless it be Mr. FmyATKic and wo hail its conciliator/- citizens sec the importance of union and Lord Lands own Durhrtrh: and Clanri-
.,4.* Who would position as ;a favorable: omen. It it a mistaken harmony amongst themselves -of burying carde. His Majesty walked J to the thrb.io
be
) not
benefit
ted by idea on the part of some of our North. individual animosities, and sustajning with rather feebly, when ho sat down, urroufl-
,-.,,it-'fbe greater the quantity of Salt made ern brethren,who suppose that we can be 0 heart and hand,an administration t/i ichichtiicy ded by tho Lords as above stated tlir T.

. at this place, tho larger the number of persons intimidated by threats into a submission to ,can confide! and a Chief Magistrate, Tyrwnitt then went to summon the Commons -

necessarily employed in the work, & power and a relinquishment of our rights: who with errors which fall to the lot of all and in a few minutes the doors word
mon, is an honest citizen and -a gallant opened, and the Speaker
approachedtho
the greater number of vessels, necessary to on the contrary, such a course calculated
soldier-and to whom our country owes a Bar bowing. A rush was made by'which
take it away---Tho arrival and departure of tw exasperate and goad on to perhaps rash lasting debt of gratitude. he was helped onward, much 'a ,* inst"1 8wiU.

these vessels, would in the first place, fur.nish sand inconsiderate measures, many who T 0 Having arrived at the Bar,the Speaker
-
Employment to the Pilots-It has been would otherwise be opposed to such a course. FOREIGN. addesscd his Majesty as follows: "

assorted that 600 Vessels, would bo necessary :Hy encouraging a spirit of mutual concession ... "May it please your Majesty, 'jvo you> 0lIajesty'g
and compromise, what sacrifices From! the JN. Y. Jour. Com. Sept. 5. most faithful Commons
to take away, all tho salt which can be may .1 !lit}:;!; DAYS LAT1IR.By appear'
not the before with
wo from and attachment
expect magnanimity of the you respect : to
made, at this place, the number which the the Samson Cobb
ship Capt.
wo Majesty's house and
American people!-Away then with that your beg most humbly =
American Salt Company would employ, bitter spirit which characterizes the times havo: received Liverpool papers to Aug. to announce to your Majesty, :that in.

:, woufd be one-third of that 'u mbfr or 166 and instead of branding somo of the irorthi- 4th the,inclusive: of, containing the London dates to conformity to your Majesty's recommendation
2nd.
evening
average the draught of theso vessels at 8 ft. eat and most patriotic citizens of our coiin There several last Parliament, we have !*ssed a Bill
arp rumors, important if
each and it would (and with dutiful respect we,
amount to 1494 ,with the of now.present
dollars try name traitors-let us rather true; but we know not precisely how much such Bill
to
Majesty) to make
your
-Tims will it appear, that Mr. F. by de by kindness endcavoi to conciliate. and,by credit tu attach to them; we suspect, not for her most gracious 1\lujcstY.t1D provisoion tho

feating this bill; has thrown out cif the poc- argument directed to the understanding very much. One i is-that a great battle event of your Majesty's decease: ,arid which

lets, of the PILOTS, Fourteen hundred convince them of their error. This is the had taken place near Warsaw: in which the Bill 1 we beg your Majesty's acceptance. ,

and ninety four 'Jollart per annutn lathe only course by which we can allay the angry Russians were defeated with the loss of The Queen's Dowry Bill was then read
feelings which 14,000 men and eighty pieces of cannon. the Clerk and
second now agitate our country by received the Royal assent
'place--It would be ;
Another that the Russians
unreasonable by which wo can avert evils which now were bombard upon which her Majesty rose (as did all
to suppose, that so large a number of threaten the peace and safety of tho Union ing Warsaw. A third, that the Emperor the Peers,) and bowed to the assembled
vessels, as 166 would trade coustantly to : Nicholas ill dead. There was a similar ru Lords and Commons. His Majesty then

this port, and require, no lepairs Therefore South Cat'olilla.-A Providence mor in regard to the Emperor Nicholas: by retired attended as before,and followed by
paper, a previous arrival; which,however,,provedto the
Queen also attended
,alhhc revenue from this Source, which one on tho high tariff pressure, declares be unfounded. It is stated under a War- tr is on her en-
noe.
would flow,into the pockets Stf/FCMft. that "South Carolina is at this time a!. saw date, that the Russians havo re-cross His
PENTERS CAULKERS most in a state of actual rebellion" Such ed the Vistula. Majesty seemed to wall fecbly, but
BLACK.SMITHS looked well far
as as we could Thu
a declaration should .jtidgq.
bo
not jicrtnitted togo The Reform
jpt has been driven from Bill was still pending in the Crown is too large and his
our forth tu the world unnoticed, because Houu of Commons. A Caucus of : covens bend to
Tmvn"fheiQ'essels would require five if true, it U calculated to awaken the most in favor of tho bill, was held on members tho nified the eyebrows, which detracts fromliis dig

hands each, to work them; making a total painful' reflections both at home and abroad, 2nd, with a view to remove the obstacles appearance.London .
of 830 men-from whence, would they to give rise to tho most gloomy forebodings which: had hitherto impeded its Aug. 2.-Private letters received
receive progress. this
'. their and to:>> create a well founded Their morning from Hamburg, state that
supplies of appropension proceedings are subjoined.
Clothes Provisions the Cholera
Morbus
that has made its
our union and appettt-6
we may say Reform fWH,-In of
'cqt from our Storekeepers_And there is the lost rallying point of liberty is in actual vitation from Lord Althorp consequence there an in- ance within 80 miles of Berlin, and that

not one among them,who would not receivefcisihircof danger if the declaration is false, it is numerous meeting on Tuesday, was a very 2- some indication of that terrific disease ha4

this business--Uut all of these due to the patrioti*aDd even to tile misguided at the Foreign Office, of the Meuuera,Aug. of,, herD experienced in tbq vicinity vpf Vienw

interests have been overlooked and citizens of that State-it is duo to the House of Commons who have naturally causing lunch aiannj great
now the high and devoted supported efforts wero made at Hanibqrg> to U
character of that the Reform Bill. We ,, avert *
for what understand
reason that -
Ictus esfpiito have these awful .
State and no State the ftsitation.
during rcroJuHoa I Lord Althorn informed tho gentlemen ,
pre. Frorn: tho circumstances of lib Prussian



I
t t ...._..M' _. ___ .. 1tb. rr.l Well,1)r. Day ftf Pcnsacola, Cat>t. t'ahc)
.Mttjussy f :and soieral: (,f the :Mnubcn of : The United St.iteScl.r.: :SP\HK:; :;, Lieut.
MARRIED U. S. and Capt. Saunders of Tarnpa.
Army,
Ilia 'imcritmmt. being at present separated 1 Cotn'dt. I',Elicy, arrived at thisort,-on On the tst. Sept. at Philadelphiaby the -'
Iu (difluient lorn!i tic.*, considerable! doubts the -Ub inst. (rum a cruise. Offi erg ami nit Kov. Hishofi White, JOHN WHITE- -
entertained) ,f llic hostile intentions of ('I R( IHUJ.VR
( crew in fine health.aiCDi6.iTcoLiJcci. Iir.A), rnq.of 'ew-York.io 11iltl
hat: po\\rr. Tuilvey is added! to the 1ilol':!I ;.;....;:... RY T. DOWEL, :3, of the former place.-' 'J |J COLLEC'r\ns' Vrff fltf. CUSTOMS.1fE.tLfT .

nations that liavo expiessod public sympathy : : so.. CAROMNA. DEP"hTMIN1, {
forilui hravp: Poles! ; 'tis hoped-that llic state DIED, April 5t ,',!tl31/
It affords} rtcasu'fe'to that Dr. .
be in Of Consumption on the Gth instant, SIR ,* .
good fc.' :1iu\ of the Porte tiny: nut merely I, ,
JQIIN: WAGNER' hM been elected.Professor > I .PIIRAIM SHERMAN, a oldir! n the Repteseutationslmae been made to this

I Marriagef(pa?;
raigeincnls* : rolatixo\ ; to the I marri.tL'o; ofLeiTpo'ld relations, Dr. Wagner is an amiable and. ? field Connecticut.. I' other persons, that the crew of United
eu"elsl
hayfo been discharged
merchant
States
Ute', n(' orlirto report, now about correct gentleman, and is advantageously: ,
i. foreign ports bj-lhelfeoramandefs,
( Ol'tIMEnCI.l\.I,.
to commence. The dllol'lltcrll known o.9a bold nnd successful !Surgeon; ;
with the of
.. .. without complying provisions
'(;r'1duiltlU! i is tho Priucoj Mane: of France, and his exertions, wo are satisfied, will add :- the act of Congress of the 28th of February
I ,COMMERCE: OF KEY WEST.Entrances '
whose: liveliness will scnc tu lessen the consider.'* to the already well deserved !1U)3. Your attention is, therefore
van-sol: I Hc'altFrtrIC.Cu.nr:1t ty. reputation 01Ie Medical College of South i : at the Custom House during tho specially called to this subject, with a request -
., : )' to apprehension Carolina. I last nnd four preceding yearn fro.n foreign -that increased vigilance. may bo exerted1 -

cutciuiuc.l! by many poisons, the ammer* ports nnd coastwise: > ,to prevent? future infractions of tho
.oAt Ycnrs'inSrt 1820' law and it ill expected that you will require
sat v of the French,) revolution of Ihrro days, { 1827 1820 18.10! ;
an election)held in Charleston, S. C satisfactory evidence that there hasbeen
passed o'l without any popular comipo- ; For'gn 154 177 !210 H\I. 170 with the
strict
compliance -
tinn. The 1 review, uhicli took place in Pa- on the '5lh September, 11. L. 'tvcxrcr: ,: Coast; 43 06 109 9S 114 of a the foregoing act in each case requisitions before

'risen Friday, is said to Irivo: been one of Tiq. \vas' elected Intendant of the City-. J '_ the bund of the master, required by

the :grandest scenes of military display ever and the whole Freo Trade and State's Total,-197 2GJ 327 283 290 the first section thereof, be allowed to be

witnessed, presenting ,upwards of 100- Right, Ticket Members*\>f Council, by a ,. -' -: cancelled. ,

000 men -.iiuler, arms: at ibo same time, attended majority about 100 votes.TilK 1'or'gu.' 30 1C 23 19 SOAntcr. lain. respectfully
Ly a train of 200 pieces of artillcy. 107.. ?47 304 2G4 SCOClearances Your obedient servant

.. ., eooo .o-- dtliu1zt': the I same period! ., for Ibr-' S, P. ING,AM,
too L \1'E CABINET. nnd coastwise '. .. Secretary of the '< nasury.
LimJon, Aug. 2. The force of doRiandof eign ports : '
, Tothe Collector of the Customs.
explanations) by tho French( (;ov- I Ice'the master-cloud-tlcis n\gpe'it one' l' Tents 1C'it) 1827 1823, 1829 1830 .

nnncmt'-for tile nrlu-le tit erted jn 11 $f. 'fliat lowers' bc'f'ormovcs<<: only.iri' 'subservience -. .F'i' r'n, 151 177 208 175! '153 OXCJDKK-NO* 10.

" Petcrsbuig''piper, has Leon bioughl to tho : 3t. 'ft 80 135 140 134 '
To the :ascendant of the'i, >thcr-Jove HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY.ADJUTANT .
termination- might have been expected. ,- -
With :Js own mischief, break Jt, and disperse
.', Tlie, rttiane have; slated that there \vaa it, i :J'otnl-200 203 343 323 207 CJtNinAr.'a Orricc,

. > nC thin in tltctrtkI lcin question] intended And be that all the 'nunl"-VIRGINIUS. __...a..r, Washington May 5th, 1031.

. to rust rt feprottcH on \ti\ jjovernmcni of h& -Amidst time conflicting testimony in rela- Por'gn, 27 15 21 30 31Amer. I '("baving been that reported to to the the War' Department
contrary provisions -
: 1bmje'
llmt tU; matter ended. it is difficult to determine the true cause kit vessels reported, but not. obliged trade and intercourse with the Indian
of We hire no news Horn ,Paris to-day. 'by law to enter, uoj included. and
tho dissolution the old, and the formationof Tribes, to preserve peace on the fro, -
Thofpiestion'of peace or war main'y! depends Cabinet that : Value of imports first' six mouths tiers," approved March! the 30th 1002, sow
Wp cannot believe
upon tho fate of the cleclio/i to the a new I ].> etit )'C'nr. JJ44 787 51 end white persons,with the.intention.. there
. Presidency, uf M. Lafiito or the !\Iinist r. it is mainly: attributable to the improper-' I>o do Exports for the to settle themselves{ have entered into the

:. It i is confidently' said! that if.Lafiltc is elect- interference of th' 'Prelldcnt with the do? Eaino pcritM, $15 2 1C 44 country set apart and allotted to the several -
h (il-Prwiiletitbf I 'Ijx! Chambers I Franco trill inestic, relations of tllo'mcmb n" compo- tribes 6f Indians established yond tho
.... .
0. I -4 limits of Limo States, under treaties made
ileel-irc) for r. lill1cl. Tho Chronicle says +sitigt.bc.oldCabinet-whilst we think it .1'\1\\; '. MAIUMEINTELLIGENCE with the said Indian Tribes'by the United

. 44 Much (depend! on the choice 'tof the 'highly probable r tat tho President's feelings States: the Commanding oilicen.*f,the several -

Prusidcnt of llio Chamncr of Deputies. may have induced him to propitiate, I posts on the frontiers are enjoinol; : to

''I'i(,s'oEis, fro believe) Jio doubl, that if.DI. .tlietr kind offices toYavprof a 'la'dy wlioioibe .. POUT OF KEY WEST. --tee that.tUe provisions of ,the act "above alluded -
. Lnlitlq bo chosen the Perier administration to he enforced in relation to the reHioyal -
.:. '. Kill tcsiu, wiiich: will. in all probability be bellcvca! to be calumniated. ft is proba- AljUVEl>: *-- "" "'- or tlio'uJc1 ptitawfill settler taking

'r the i:real of war. Thoao at Paris who .blo, therefore, that bo may have suggested ( for theirguside in the exoc tior'"'of. the said
flre well infrmotltiwell much on the pri- to them the propriety receiving that lady Oct.1. Sloop flosc; fit .Bloom, Austin, l I9. duty the act above,referred to. .
bile. Lumber" to the Matter. ify-oVdcr 6f ALEXANDER 'MA'COMO '
into their society; but that ho should ,
. fcitcMnclinatHiu'of: the King for M. Lafitlo.rhf .
Sloop Enterprise, Morgan, NowLondon. Mai. aa. CVmmajjdiog tbo".rmYj'j1..J
.' stipjKisctl inclination of the King will, have. made' their non-compliance. a ground Ballast Master. \ rnSt
no doubt, have influence the chni c.!' ,for their removal, we cannot believe. The '9., U. S. bchobner: Spark, Lt. Comn'dtPiorcey O-tt. 'Aids- Gee.NOTI .

.. 11'llr- President has been made to (feel in his own St. Augustine 7 dl'''. ,.

. "' ) G.\Z. T'I'l' person tho bitterness Of calumny;'u'ntl on Sloop Spermaceti-' CUH, Florida, E.
'. merited Ucef. hereby given that an Election for a
and villainous abuse if is
therefore 13
3. '
Stoop Drdad, W- C. Park Havana. '
': Member of the
EEl WEST .: ;iatural' : and honorable in.him to-do sus- Matter. i (torn Monroe,eodety,twill Legislative be field Council on the

:, 1V1D caDAV, OCT. J3 1S31. j j ticc,. o one,who, in his opinion, has been Sloop James. 'Monroe Burrows,Ha first Monday November, If;3i"t the fol
,
;._ :, -t-tI : : vana. '
,: : similarly assailed. Where then are we to : lowing ply=;:, to wit: >
(r.j- Those-pcr of ''having iu their posset- 'seck'or: the_ causes of these remarkable incidcptsvin Sloop Fair New''American-,7. S. Our- AT KEY WKi'T-at ,tbt Room, occupied
London.
*' rows -Ballast to
*"'lion.. Subscription. # .L 't.ito: tho Ivor Wcsv .; what; consfats tbe'w.n } of,..barrnony -- .' Muter.,; 7 by the. City. Counctt. Judge of Elec-
GazeTTE, are rcijncs'lcii' to forward'them of which the President: corriplajnslWe 4. Brig ffaraJl of, and from Baltimore, tion: .

. ,*o tLc, editors, via CLarI stua- arc left ttf' conjecture the nbject. -;'Master.bound to New 0- :W. H. Shaw, '..
leans. The Sarah in for F. A, Browne
'. put provi-
.
1 We however that certain .
: suspect, individuals .ions, sailed 6th for N.O. passing H. S. Waterhouso.
" The publication of the KEY WJ.IITOA"I. were 'di p'osctl.to advance thc rown: politipal through N. W channel. AT 1NHTAN .KEY-at the Store House

.'rirrtE,which hasbeen fur sometime suspended -, ,interests. .aeLviewat the expense 5. Sloop IV. Stewart CiuLman, Char- occupied by Thomas Gjb.OD.JI.I4tI o<

.' will rc-cotnmcncp this day. 'I' !o of Others: If-this be tbo case,' then Would : lotto's harbour. To F.-A. Browne Election "' ,

. Editors deem their best apology a simpleStatement havo made Oct. 7. Sehr. mblemrarsonNo" Orleans fcilas Howe,
they a stepping'-stonc of the Pre-
and
c Tampa bay. Sundries to U 8. Ede V4n Evour,
of tho '(aet. that after procuring"d'rietcr sidenttoclcvafe thcmselvcs-antl; tho'lime Commissar*. Joseph Prince* .'

"' from the North, at considerable aud talents of these public! officers was:devoted Sloop:! Alert, Fisb, Havana. Ballast to AT NEW FIVER-at the house of Wo

*:\i>xpcnse-7-'bcft: >rp mdny weeks had elapsed, rather to the accomplishment of.t,,..i .: Master.. Co h 7' Judges of Election: ,

.: io:became so notoriously indolent and in- individual interests, than to the establishment Ballast Sloop to Tickler Master,, Woodward' Havana. 'Win. Cooley, '

"" teiripcrute, that ,it was impossiBlc) to issue of the usefulness-i and\> orularity of theAdmiui&tration. Sloop Coateot, Spraguo, St. Marks and Lewis John Dubose F. *. ,

the paper. In this .dilemma, wo ,immedi-. ., Placed in iki, dilemtrti,' Tampa baj. Breaker.
Bjr order of r?
) D. .
utcly sent fur nuothor, and hive been fortu-f ..by,these jarring: element what Alternative, Boston.Sch c. Camden, Averill, ,24 days from Presidio PINKIIAM Justice: ,

"' ',nato iu procuring a young man in whom wo was left the President! The hard earned; Bcbr.' :Florida Sundries, to Itooke Master., Florida.: Reef. Monroe Count,.
lavn every confidence; and trust tlat we\ laurels of a long and laborious public Irfe logwood to F. A. Browne. JOEL YANCEY,

1" ",- Tal l"| not,,(..ifto, appear regularly in filtnfe! were about to be'snatched from his brew.' __Brig: Orion, Dade of New-Haven.. St. Oct.' 4th, 1831.. *' Clerk.

ire shall endeavor<< to comply with our pros- and his useful career closed in obloquy.and ,Kills via.Cuba* Ballast. -6-tf.-
"pec.tus''and to meet tho wishes of our pit- disgrace! To have sided with cither party- t RceT.Oct.' 9. Sloop Energy, Page, Florida LISIp'OflETTERS; --
Logwood F. A. Browne. ,
ron?; and whilst we'return our thanks to would have been ruin to himself:-he tLbre '. Schooner Ariel Biztul, Charleston 10 Remaining in the fdtt.Oficc at K. We*.

". those svho'lave aided its so far, we solicitcontinuance fore wisely gets rid: of the' .whole of tbeh; days. Lime to Quarter Master. William Allan. Charles Stone, "

.. -. of theirs and,"the. public pat- This conduct N exactly surds -as we would ,, Schr. Postboy, Turner Nassau, N, P. EdwM (handier, S l.. M. Stone, 4
.
2 vnagc. ., and the firmness Ballast tp Master. Louis) Lauret, Amos C. Tift At Co
crpect of the
; President
.", ., Sloop Azelia. Anderson, Cape Florida. Theodore Owens, Eustace Trevor, 4
', :
.it.!" -0+0.- in'lhis instance, should induce hh friends to' Sand. Quarter Master John Park,2 Join Whitehead,

( SVni-wnrcK.- f rig Concord fir hew rally around him with increased ccm/iJcnce.. Oct. 10. Sloop Spermaceti, lift, "ortu- Joshua B. T'miib, James Webb, 4.

, Vork,:Captain M'Kown, from New York gas. Dry goods from wreck Brig Concord, HENRY 8. WATERHOUSE, P. M.
t." 0 fUn! J to Mobile,' 7 days out, with cargo At a large and respectable meeting; of of New York. The Concord, Capt. MeKown Oct. 1, 1U3J.: 6tf.0:1''l'II4SE
-
fromNew
,
York bound
to Mobile
tAt r Dr' '' goods, Groceries, &c. wreck- the Union and State's Rights party, pf,Abbeville ,
lost
) was was on the 'rartll&" on Oth inst. Vessel persons who feel'dispom ed
,'ea-on'tlc Tortnjas lleef on the 2nd inst.-. District, 8. C. held on the' 5th 'ujt. I a ,total wreck-ctew and passengers, to contribute towards the erectlou' of a
Vessel entirely lost. She'was relieved by the following, among other rceslution.was. with part of thp cargo saved. CHURCH upon the Island, are informed

:/, two Boat from Tortugas Light, and the adopted: tcc passecthrougb 3tt days from New York, that Subscriptions will be received by tho
. Ursot, : the N. W. Channel on the I following gentlemen, composing ,the < onoiittee *-
rrcfcUfog bleep ?pcrniaccUiCapt. C'lift.v vFi', That our present 'Chief'Magistrate
I 81 h, bound to St. Marks with a number of I appointed for that purpose;
f Tito principal part! .,f the cargo, together trhimptied, Awnnrw in the JACKSOX recent has glorioust -"' 'Sw ,. and German Emigrants, to settle on Hon. JAMES WEBS, D. C. Yt JUI.uI. W,

'with, Let-crew;} 'and passengers,,arc on board cwl against him by ambition, calumny struggle, wa-and I .Gen.', Lafayette's land in Florida. A.'SVIJLTtt.EAD, ,L. M. Stoht' E.qrs. Drs.

tJio Spermacctti; and it i i'l pro ah1e.tbat i misrepresentation; that we approve of hu j i CLt AnEIJ. II.: 3. WATtntiousc. and B A. $Zxos1tL.

tie balance of the cargo will also bo saved. i Administration, and entertain an undiminished -' Oct. 3. Scbr. William Ross, Wall 4 ,. Nat. Qzj-WE are authorized to announce Cot
w The Concord: I confidence in Ms integrity of char c <* I lue.: ,L. MsSTONE
ashore at in thick
. got night, Dread M a Candidate for the next
ter, of Sloop IV Havana.
purity motive and exalted patriothm -' C. Park, Council
heavy, blowing weather; sIlo has cxperaentI ; ,nd that we look forward to his re- .1 MocpJa/net.Monroe, Burrows, Havana.. Legislative of Florida

. ', bcuJ winds, 'an'd gales during the ,whole 'election as an event that will add Instre to Sloop Fair American S. Burrows, do, err W E are authorized to announce

;.tassil: Acby which her sails were torn to our national character abroad and'secure ,.fr'loop Enterprize, Morgan do. I RICHARD FITZPATRICK, Esq. as a
. jileccs, ami.Vriggine considerably damaged to us tranquility and happiness at borne. Oct.British 5. Rose in Bloom, Austin, Mobile. Candidate to represent Monroe County, io
: ; Brig Pacific, Ferguson, Liver the next Council of
tc'forc tho was ,,'rc hcd. .. Legislative Florida.
.
In acknowledging the receipt papers pool, by Q O7IJara. .' -
_
& A Meeting--ct.of:: tho Committee by the ship Samson, the editor of the New "New$bl Lurk et >Fowler, 18 days from .. CUS''O.'IIIOUHE.BU8JN .
bound
,
; appoifltcj ta New
Orleans
an. ESS from 9 A. M.
York Advertiser uours to 4 P.M.
to ptoctfrc a Minister, will be held Daily says--"These) papers cborcd toft" Wbitebead's Point po the 6th, ,.. On other days, (Suit
- 3t the Council Room < furnish iii with two reports tf a must procured some stores and proceeded her
on Thursday next, on days uxcepted) from 9 A. M. t<>.2 P M.
.. 14th.' icsi,. t 4 o'clock, P. M. interesting and important nature if they .voyage abe f tb. buy West,. 11, 1831 3}
J" Oct
,: : 7.Ioop Tickled, + _
should Woodward Ha. ____
prove trueviz. a victory of the Poles |JU |m JMM1j j-
----- ,
Sloop Alert J. Fish .
s Havana. OFFICE OP
TUB
His UO Judge Webb arrived hero on in which they are said to have takbn and .* Sloop William Stewart Cushman, CharJo BHlflSH YICE-QONSULATE

the 7lb.. instant, in the Schr. Emblem, from killed fourteen thousand Knsians, :and the tie's Harbour. And Apent for ,
Ihydt
:i cr, Orleans.Wo death of the Emperor Nicholas. Oct. 8. Schr. Camden, Averill, Pensa- AIIOCiatiOIl'lJnJm.rrittrl tendon and At
11 Both these need ,I cola and Mobile, by Master. '. ; ,Lhcrpool
reports coiiuVmatteo* A'large black Schooner, with broad white r "'0. 3, oM--rrr.
learn that Col. AosnzN has
". oJ the accept- but if either should be correct, It sudden stwak and gaff-topsails, went through the Office hours from A. n. to 3'o'clock r. )f.
s appoiotmcnt to the Engineer corps, change would be made in the gloomy aspectof N. W. Passage on the 7tb, bound to tie if "Key WiHitt80th April I83|.

'fcntll'Conferred on; him by the President, the Polish war; and if both, it would westward "EDW Ann -
i W that be will not be a Candidate for COB 1' 8FNGEnq. > CIfANDL R.
if Divine .t1'1'o.1'
scern as IJt idcnco bad interfered Per or TH e cnrrco sr"txs sour ii
to fires at tho election iu October KnibJerniirrired7lhfrumTaBv, f : .tsim:
next. Bisrstirr
for the saltation; cftlat tie voted *opl )>a Bay and ffew-Oileuit-JIou. James or rfostlDA.
S Court|; blouse, Key Weati AprM'tot 1931. .
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AMERICAN
cd intho harbour at the request of the CIRCUf AR.
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.NOTICE.NY .
y [ '. Master'or Commander of said vessel, said Office of American and Foreign Agency for Stenographic Academy.
-A citizen who nay apprehend a DE. Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
shall be entitled demand and receive ,
the U. States Pilot to : TV M. T C. GOULD.
A, 8ERTER from Troops, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
and deliver Mm over to fin Officer of the Three Dollars for every such day. all persons whom it may concern, having No. C North Right Street, Philadelphia.

be paid the sum of FIFTEENDOLLARS Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for r Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &.c. payableor THE Propictor: of this establishment has
for each Deserter thus secured Branch shell at the time lie obtains the this has
recoverable abroad,that Agency visited the principal cities, towns, and colleges
J. M. GLASSELL, same,pay into the hands of the Treasurer established, under the special mispiccs and in the United States, as Reporter
Major Commanding. .! TEN DOLLARS,also ono Dollar to the Clerk patronage of distinguished individuals in ,
Key West 27 1831 Oi with and as Teacher of Stenography, nnd ;
April for issuing the same this country, a regular correspondence
the solicitation of
and of eminent Bankers,&c. in the principal ports now induced, by m scrolls -
r AN ORDINANCE Sec. 17. All Ordinances parts
individuals in iota
To this Port thi Ordi-- and capitals of foreign governments in commercial respectable vr
regulate the Pilotage of Ordinances militating against '
relation with the United States; parts of tho country, to prepare a p\n for
Be it ordained by the Council of the nance, are hereby repealed. through the medium whereof such valid communicating a knowledge of his art to

Town of Key West, That when any rjcr- DAVID COFFIN PINK IAAJ, claims as may be confided thereto, will be all those who consider it worth their
shall be desirous of the situationof President Town Council. and may
Bon having I expedited for settlement, and promptly attention but who from their remote situ.
Branch Pilot of this Fort,he shall presentto ; Wx. If. WALL Clerk.Jttentioio. effectively recovered, when furnished by ation the benefits of his
tho Council a written petition; whereupon the claimants with the suitable legal proofs cannot enjoy per

it shall bo the duty of the Council to ap- and vouchers, together with the requisite sonal instruction.
point a committee of three competent Power of Attorney, to be taken and acknowledged The system, a knowledge of which it i.t
persons before any Judge of a Court of proposed to communicate, may be considered
to make enquiry into the qualification
and Extract from a Law of the Record, or other competent civil magistrate a standard of American Stenography J
and fitness of the applying, res
persons United States dated 16th municipal authority, or notary public -it is almost the only plan used in the
thereon at the next succeeding meet- authenticated the
port ; and the whole duly by
Uuited States and is sold by most of the
ing of tho board, when the prayer of the March 1802.SECTION. Governor of the state or territory in which ,
shall l be acted all Pilots and book-sellers, to the exclusion of all other
petitioner on: ap- the same may be perfected, legalizedby
pointed shall, previous to receiving their XIX. _the appropriate Foreign Consul.. systems. It has passed through seven large

Branch, give bond with good and sufficient Every person who, shall procure or entice Having also established a similar correspondence editon8, and has been recently'much: improved .

security for the faithful performance of their a SOLDIER of the United States to throughout the United States and stereotyped, and embellished with
British America he like'claims} for recovery illustrative
,
'duty. desert, or who shall purchase from any seventeen new copperplate engravings -

Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, Soldier] his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or be received, in any,part and thereof efficiently respectively.ttended ,to will, in of the theory.A .
of this work will constitute the
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently large any part thereof; and any Captain or behalf of American, as weif at Foreign copy
to enable them to proceed over tho Reefand Commanding Officer of any Ship or Ves- claimants' first three numbers of n contemplated series

render the aid of Pilotage. to any vessel requiring sel,. who shall enter on board such Shipor Orden for the investment of funds on of Printed Lectures, or Periodical

the same, Vessel, as one of his Crew, or other mortgage of freehold property, or io the Numbers,to be published weekly,and sent,

Sec. 3. That all'vessels] drawing over 5 wise carry away any such Soldier, or I.urcbase of public securities in the United through the medium of the mail or otherwise -

'"feet of water entering this Port, except fish- shall refuse to deliver him up to the ordersof States, Canal Loans of the Stalest' ll;iftew to each subscriber, till a thorough
York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &:. punctually of the shall Have been
art
,.ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels his Commanding Officer, shall, upon and faithfully executed knowledge com-
tinder of wreckers shall the conviction be fined at the discre- > municated.
charge pay Legal Applications addressed to tbiaAgency,in,
rates. of Pilotage heroin after specified. tion of any Court havign cognizance of cases requiring the investigation of claunsf Jt will be the object of these Lectures,

'I' Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or offer the same,' in any sum not exceeding March records or the Iuterventipiol? *lam' not only to convey to each individual a

b 2is} services a vessel liable to take a Pilot Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, gal proceeding; should be ,accompaniedwith complete and practical knowledge of ShortHand .

"until: said i vessel arrives within 4 miles] of any term not exceeding one year." an adcquite remittance'defray the Writing, but to_ point out the most

a:the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, -Gte>- preliminar ,aarges and disbursements at.tending eligible way to employ it as a labor and
his services shall be U." same; and all'letten'Ulult'beaddressed time saving method, for acquiring other
<>!8o hoarding or offering Extracto de de Los
ntitled to only half] r pilotage; and if said un Ley (post paid) to the undersigned, useful knowledge by performing, in minutes -

.Pilot .does not board said vessel 'till the Estados: 'Unidos con fe- (elates Counsellor,) in the 01 the O Supreme ice of the Court Agency of the, 49 U and hours, that which must other]

'VLighMIouse on Key West is distant not cha. del 16 de Marzo Wall street, New York. wise require day and weeks.
'''more than two miles, and then bears E.N. AAhON H. PALMER Actuary. Should the above plan succeed, and

,..E.. no pilotage Blfoll be'claimed.. 1802. I there is reason to believe it may, these periodical -

*.' Sec.',,5. All vessels; ] drawing five feet I SECCION XIX. THE CITY GAZETTE] numbers will be continued monthly -

water subject to the provisions, of thin Ordi- Persona alguna quien procura o' as- AND COMMERCIAL! DAILY ADVERTIS=E. at one dollar per annum, under the fol-

l1ance*refusing to receive_a pilot outside of isti M el huir de algun! SOLDADO de Lea A Journal of Commerce, Science, Litera- lowing title, to wit:
the Reef when Pilot shall.tender serviceihaWbo ture and the Arts.
THE AMERICAN REPERTORY
Estados Unidos, o quien compra de al- & ,
full BY SOUlS DCKVEA.
liable to pay pilotage; Soldado BUS Amiss, bestido de Uni- Of Arts Sciences and Literature.The .
gun THE CITY GAZETTE is one of the Useful
but if n.ideof the Reef &110t. within two '
'_ fbrmi 0' qnalesquera parte de ella; y algun oldest existing Journals in the U. Mates. object of this work will be to fur.
mil i of Light-House on Key West,theCaid '
Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna Under proprietorsits with few ,
N. E. the said vessel many course nish, in numbers to the rising generation,
light bearing's. o' Barco o1 I have
been American
Fragata que sea, quien ae exceptions, always Miniature
a Encyclopedia or General Ca-
.tshall pay half ii otage. embarca en, ella como Marincro, o9 de .and popular Of late yean, from neglect ,
binet in
?,1)) Sec.Vjrhe): Re shall be considered qualesquera modo lleva Consijo algun more than any other cause,its influence and embracing its course ,a concise
Sand bears bad visibly declined. Within the view or Epitome of the most interesting
when.the Light-House.on Key Soldado,. of quien. deja de entrcgar el patronage
cither E. N. E.or W. S.W.J dicho Soldado a la ,orden del Oficial Mast' year however, the present proprietors, topics of the age; with the exception of
having entered a course of religion and politics. As a matter of
Sec. All vessels pilot. upon policy great
7 (2iablotq
,
yj pay Mandando sera oUigado a una
pagan
consistent with the
more oi convenience the
politics the to reader for
-,tge, ,bound from,this Port, ,shall pay the mnlta Svgun ladescrecion de la Corte que South: and having made numerous additions future reference, the contents, especially of each
but if said vessel
vessels page
same as entering: teoga conocimiento del mismo. en qua.' to the mechanical improvements of their be
will denoted
by words in the
shall choose'to depart without a Pilot,they lesquera suma no sierido ariba de Tres establishment by fitting it out in a new and appropriate

shall be'subjeCt to,but half pilotage. cientos pesos 0' puesto en la pricionpor liaudsunie type, and ou a larger sheet and margin-to hich marginal words, a gen-
;8ec/8! ; 'All vessels except wl'eCkingves- un termino no siendo ariba de un better description of paper than heretofore; eral index will be'framed.upon the princi-
.'"fiels,"',smacks'and vessels under charge of' lad claim to, aud have been favored with a ple of Locke's Common-Place Book, thus

0 'wreckers/entering or leaving this Port ami. large and proportional increase, of patronage furnishing to each reader an infallible keyto

through the North West passage;and draw- APPROBATORY TESTIMONIALS ,including new subscriptions aid' gene the whole or any particular part whichhe
rai advertising. Within the last year, their wish to nine- the
four feet water or over shall two or TOE may re-eca: at same
ing pay
TELEGRAPH. list of patrons has been swollen by an accession time suggesting to the after knowl-
dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering.his' UNIVERSAL MARINE of mora than Three Hundred Citizens cspirant
but if said vessel does not receive edge, a method which, if pursued, cannot
cervices; to which new names are with little
.t said Pilot,., pilotage! only shall be paid; REPORT tbe-Committee of Observation exception, almost daily added. The fail to produce to_him incalculable] bene-
of the Boston Marine Society,whom proprietors -
fits by an ultimate of time and la-
saving
does Wt tender his service
if a Pilot ; outside of Marine n order the better to merit that encouragement
the Signal or
the bar ,of the wid North-West pas Flags system was referred, having carefully Telegraphic examined ot which, it is equally their bor; tor it is asserted without tho (car of

sage; then he shall not claim pilotage or the Signals and experienced their utility pride and pleasure,to acknowledge so much refutation that a young man, who will first

.half pilotage. 'j' 'i at sea, recommend the same to nautical) has been received, from their friends and acquire a facility in Short-Hand Writing,

See. '9. When two or more Pilots shall Brethren; asbelnjf more extensive and easier fellow citizens-have established in connec- and then proceed to write daily in a Com-

.' tender their<<: services to any vessel, the first distinguished than any Signals they tion with their office of business, a spacious mon-Place Book upon the principles here

'a\ongSidcieban Be) accepted,and if refused, have ever seen in use io this country, and Journals Reading find Room their, in which, the chief Public suggested, will acquire more useful knowl-

the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received. feel them confident a fair trial-Will that every. be one Convinced who will give that filed, from all the States way and in are our Union.-carefully edge in one year, than it would be possible;

half pilotage. .__ they are very useful and .:...able inven This room is free with all its facilities without for him to obtain in three years, by any
Sec. 10. When a f Pilot shall discover tions. charge, to all -patron of the Gazette.A other plan that has ever been dovised.,

', two or.more vessels, it shall be his duty to The Committee having also examined the regular weekly* Prices Current, in letter In.carrying out this design, three impor-

Visit that which is nearest,unless,a signal ofdistress method of using the Signals in this Harbor, form and upon a fine paper suitablefor tant principles will be constantly in view:
information that correspondence, carefully collected, First-To select from the of
be exhibited on one more emote: are fully satisfied that any great mass
,,' and' 'any Pilot failing to comply with this maybe required, may be communicated if with the most correct estimate of the true human knowledge that only winch is useful.
provision shall forfeit his Branch.' received from any vessel (using the Signals condition of the markets, and put upon the Second-To condense it as far as its
approaching the 'Light-House with the moat advantageous terms to all that come .
,Sec. II. Any Pilot charged before the greatest ease, correctness and despatchand under this class,is also issued from the office practical utility will admit.
Town Council,of incapacity or'negligence, that their merits need only to be fully of the proprietors. Their Beading Room, Third-To systematize and arrange the

shall, upon conviction, be deprived of his known, to be duly. appreciated. where the earliest information may be had, whole in such manner, that each and every .
Branch. SAMUEL M. HOLLAND is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city portion shall be at immediate command.

Sec.-12. All fines and penalties imposed President of the Committee of the and masters of vessels trading to this The scanty limits of a prospectus forbid

by tlus,Ordinance,shall be recovered before Boston, Marine Society. daily port. additions To these, improvements affording facilities, they to make the the addition of other considerations. in this

> the President of the Town Council,al- THOMAS ENGLISH Sec'y. man of leisure and business, alike hitherto place.
-
..'Lowing to the patties, in all instances, an unknownSIMMS It DURYEA. TKRMS-For a full course of instruction
appeal to the Council. To Shipmasters and Owners of Vessstl No 3 Broad street, Charleston. I as abovementioned jj2 60, payable in advance -

Sec.- 13. When a Pilot shall go on board The extensive adoption of the .Marine (:::::Subscriptions received at this office or on the receipt of the first three
of a vessel, be shall exhibit his Branch and Telegraphic Flags by Vessels of all des numbers of the periodical.All .

$hall also furnish the Master'or Commander criptions throughout the Union,has rendered SOUTHERN REVIEW. postmasters are respectfully solicited

. of said Vessel with a copy of this Ordi- it expedient to establish Agencies Offices in various 1 HE subscriber begs leave to inform the to act as agents in their respective neigh
Seaports, where Registry are public that he has undertaken, for the next
nance. kept' for the purpose of entering Vessels three years to publish the *otrrnckir Rx- horhoods. If a'postmaster procures but
Sec. 14. The following rates of Pilot- and furnishing sets of Flags, Signal Books, view, and to look for his remuneration en- one subscriber,he will be entitled to a gratuitous

tage are allowed : and designating numbers. tirely to the present and future subscription ('OPT.of the published sJ"Stem-iC
- On a vessel-drawing 5 feet, 47 00 Ship Masters on their-return from Sea.are list of $5. As this source has hitherto been four subscribers,, to a full course of instruction -
6. u requested to tend their Signal Books to either inadequate to this '
900 defray expense, he begs or $2 60 from the money collected -
." 7 1000 of the undermentioned gents,to have leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of ; and in like,proportion for a greater or
inserted therein all the new entries of designating
those who
think
the
8" Reicw.worth of public less
1200 numbers which may have odcurred support. ) number of suhscribers-that is to sty?

"' cc 9 1350 during their absence, and are porticularly I I The subscriber has associated John B. Irving a commission of twenty per cent for his
u "'o' 1500 desired to shew their designating numbers Esq. with him in the publication ol the services. Those who wish for a more full

II" 1660 when entering or departing from the Port, Review, who will conduct the explanation, or to see a specimen of the

*-,*: ." ? <* '., 12" 1800V Portland,Boston, New-York, Baltimore dence, establish agencies, collect correspon and receive page,type, &c. to be used, may no doubt
'. 'IS, 1950 Charleston and Sand Key. By conformingto subscriptions, and attend to all the be gratified by calling on postmasters, who

_, 14'' 230 this particular the their Vessels. will be reported business transactions of the_Review,excepting ha'-e been generally supplied with an intro

u 15" 2700jr by Telegraph.AGENTS. the typographical department. duction to the system ,above referred to.
1 he subscriber has the satisfaction also The
16 -3200 issuing of numbers will
commence
LrMUitMooDT to announce that
*.? 17" ., 3600 Hugh S. Legare Esq (to early in July from and afTer
> J, Observatory Portland. whom the Review has hitherto owed to which, each
,(,,AV.'-'j<'-". 18 u 4000 JOBH R. PARKK, much] has consented to be associated with new applicant will be supplied, at the time

,T 4 'H. '* 19" 4500 Observatory, Boston. the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the lite- of subscribing, with a perfect set from the
c& / 20.' 5000 JOHN Gaixi, nry department of this journal. beginning.
F f u 21 a 5504 Telegraph at the Battery, N ew.Y OI'k. The subscribers who are still in arrears
WThe
( ::
.- .'.-::'-,'CI' 2! 6000 THOMAS N&'LSo'f.Exchange will be pleased to make payment to J. B. ; publishers of any newspaper or
>
} 23" 6500 Baltimore. Irving Esq. and the new subscribers will public journal, who will give this Prospectus
tt
JAMES M. ELr oaD, pay their subscriptions likewise to him, as a conspicuous insertion, and forward a
.a If" 7000 Charleston. he is alone authorized to receive them.A.E.M1LLEP. copy of the paper containing it, shall receive -
, When a Pilot shall be detained THOUAB EASTII'
;t' Sec 15. a regular series of the contempided
. on board any vessel after she has arri Key West. No 4 Broad street Charleston. lectures, without other charge