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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: October 19, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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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.
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"BE JUST, AND rKAR NOT-LET ALL THE ENDS THOU Alil'sT AT, BE THY COUltTA!'.." .

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VOL. I. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1831. NO. 7.

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= ---- =. ----- ---w __ l such a hillock, till I saw the mob preparing and plain. To the great majority of-iho

THE Q/' ZETTE. msCELPANEOUS. to cast then up.I spectators,she appeared mirthful,as well

'dited by -THE PILLORY. expected to be lithographed on the as active, as Terpsichore; it was only to
spot! Instinct suggested to me that the him who possessed the talisman of refined
B. B. STROB.; & M.
L. STONE
From Hood's Comic Annual for 1830.I .
only way to save my life was by dying so observation and acute deduction,that they
And published on every Wednesday by never was in the pillory but once, dropping my head and hands, and closingmy were visible. At leas', he road them thus;

T. N. JEFFREY. which I must ever consider a misfortune.For last eye with a terrific groan, I expired though, perhaps, he might be BO quick.

in looking at all things, as i do, with a for the present. The ruse took effect.- sighted as to ace that which did not ex

advance.Advertisement TER1\IS-$5.. per annum-payable philosophical and inquiring eye, and court- Supposing me to be defunct, they refused to ist-he might invest her with the feelingf

inserted at one dollar ing experience( for the sake of my fellow- kill me. Shouts of "Murder! Shame! lie thought most suited to her position, and

per square for the first insertion, and fifty creatures, I cannot but lament the short Shame! No Pillory!" burst from all quar then imagine that he traced them in her as*

cent. for every succeeding time, till order I and imperfect opportunity I enjoyed of filling ters. The Pipkin-monger abused the Fish- pect. As the dance ended, she held tho

*1 to be stopped. that elevated situation, which so few woman, who rated the Schoolboys; they, tambourine horizontally-though without

It--.--,.:'--- ----.!!!! men are destined to occupy. It is a sort in turn,fell foul of the Costermonger, who any more direct supplication. The "pecta

POETRY. of Egg-Premiership; a place above your was hissing and groaning at the whole as- tors showered money upon it and the count

THE. DEVIL.. FISHING. .. fellows-but a place in which your handsare sembly; and finally, a philanthropic Con- threw a golden dollar. The largeness of
tied. You are not without the established stable took the whole into .
"' All the world's a"-fish pond! group custody.In the sum caused the eyes of the Bohemian,
SHAKESPEARE CORRECTED. political vice, for you are not absolved the mean time I was taken down, laid which were cast down during the whole of

What luck, old Cloven'foot to-dayl! i from turning. with a sack over me in a cart, and driven off this proceeding,to be raised to the person

Said I, one foggy morning, i Let me give a brief description of the to an hospital, my body seeming a very who bestowed. She looked into the faco

At be threw out his line for prey, I short irregular glimpse I had of men and proper present to St. Bartholomews or St. of Oberfeldt, as though to read the motiveof

Poor mortal folk suborning.Not things while I was in Pillory Power. I Thomas's, but my clothes fit for nothing lavishness and seemed that tho

was raised to it, as many men are to high but Gvjft. I that she found there .
II expression was
pocu.l
much "but what I have
quoth bet ,
stations, by errors. I merely made a I .
is fair my l liar and apparent- -for her eyes were on the
Beyond dispute gain
;
: small mistake of some soil or other, in an THE BOHEMIAN DANCER.The .
instant lowered and snfiu-ion
With notes to shave, I've caught a knave. again a of
A miser with a bargain. .. : .answer in Chancery, not injurious to my following powerful sketch of a Bohemian > blushes spread over her face and brow,
interest rjo! the Recorder of London, As .the crowd to from the
Dancer, is from the graphic pen of began move Ppot
To catch a needy beau, I tookA with, a suavity of manner peculiar to himself
tail}d 8urtout-* the author of "Gilbert Earle""The the count drew near to the side of the young
draggle ,announced to me my intended promo. Bohemian. You dance '
A would-be belle found on my hook t I: iioqJ nd in due time I was installed into dancer was a young girl apparently enchant ly, ho
A tempting full-dress suit.j office about sixteen; she was slender and finely said to her in a low tone; 'J never beheld

caught a Congressman, by dint It was a fine day for the pillory; that is formed, like most of her race, but she such exquisite expression.the 'women By of whom were
you tAught By our tribe,
was already of a height beyond their ordinary
if double it rained in
< compensation; tosay, torrents. Those only she answered. 'Had no other instruct
lawyer on promotion bent, who have had boarding and lodging like low stature, and had the appearance you
tors1 'None. !
By timely nomination. mine;'can estimate the comfort of having of not being yet arrived at her full growth.A 'Strange muttered tho
petticoat of bright scarlet displayed nu count. lIe was silent for a short time; hut
Ytes- !lawyers are though oft you wish washing into'the bargain.It ankle, combining, like the fetlock of an A- still kept by the Bohemian1 side, with hie
(.:> o thanks fur't) Satan had 'em, was about noon when I was placed, rivetted her. She seemed
rabian horse and eyes upon con
delicacy,activity, grace,
"Jbo most unprofitable fish like a statue upon a wooden pedestal; an
scious of his gaze; for she kepi her eying
in a singular degree. The fine voluptuous
Of all the sons ol Adam. hour probably chosen out of considerationto
the innocent little urchins then let out outline of her limbs, at her early age, gave fixed upoon the ground, and the 'ekiquenblood'
caught a surgeon ith a high I of school fur token, to a practised eye like that of Ober- spoke in her cheek. Therc can bono
they arc a race notoriously
fed subject for dissection; deception in this,' thought Oberfeld
feldt, of the perfection which it would at- ( .
Ao office-hunter with a lie. loud of shying, pitching, jerking, pelting, tain in the of 'this is either nature or the perfection of>
Well seasoned for election. flinging, slinging-in short, professor of maturity womanly bsauty.
art and a creature
throwing in all its branches. The public lien scarf was disposed around her bosomin II ; so young cannot have

What fish bite sharpest, Pugl says I- oihcer presenter me first with north front a manner somewhat fantastic indeed,but attained such power of simulation! ; tho

"\Vhy, as to that," quoth he, and there 1 was-"Uod save the mark'!"-, highly picturesque and graceful,--while soul which now burns in blushes upon that
*i find not many very shy, like Hirovetide her abundant tresses of coal-black hair cheek was surely not meant to inform the ..
Of high or low degree. a cock or a lay-liguie" ina were for their only covering and ornament, frame of a wandering Bohemian.1 JVlay 1

Shooting gallery < ;intertwined with few of wheat and ask your name?' he added aloud. Thejf
a
ears
Tour toper bites well at a cork, The storm commenced. Stones beganto '
(When there's bottle to iti;) =spit=, -mud to minlc-cabbage stalks corn-flowers, apparently just plucked from call me Mabel, answered the Bohemian.
Your Jew will even bite at pork, thickened into a shower. Now and then the fields. Her skin was dark m complex 'Have you no second name!' 'Our tribf

If he smell money through it.. came dead kitten-sumetimesalivingcurt ion-but of that exquisite clearness and are all sprung from the same stock r-w$
ot which almost are distinguished among each other but
extreme delicacy texture, by
Your old man likes a parchment, when anon, an egg would hit mo on the eye -anotrence
render it doubtful whether it be one name' Are your parents
among
surpassedby I youf
By mortgage some one's bitten; 1 was obliged to wink at. There
Your youngster likes fresher. skin, i is a strange appetite in human kind for pelt- the mOlt perfect fairness. It might be his companions1 asked Oberfeldt, glancing
called eyes as he poke over the rest of die
Where yet there's nothing written! fellow A China- .
ing a creature. travelling "
,party. My parents died while I wns ah
that clear obscure yer
gome about tho line man actually threw away twopence to have infant '
shy ones play said Mabel and the
So softly dark and ; count fell
darkly
,
Till prudence waxes feeble, ailing at me with a pipkin; a billingsgate pure pleasure in the answer-for in the
wild
and those at last are often mine, Imxter treat d me with a few herrings, not which we may suppose to have existed on features of tho Bohemians he traced

Who only meant to pibble! by any means too stale to be purchased in Cleopatra's cheek. Of her eyesthosegems too suited. thoir exprcssions
to lot to
St. Giles while the of which form the crown and completionto make
Jhcre's few indeed, of small or great, ; weekly halfpence him feel willing that any of them should
the circle of the
the schoolboys went towards the ofa golden beauty- description -
(Or I am much mistaken. support have birth
to
given a being BO interesting
bait Costermonger and his Donkey who has already been given in the motto at a*
-
gut may, by some peculiar supplied that by his side. lie was again silent for
Be tempted, and then taken. them with eggs fit for throwing, and the head of this chapter. The air to a few and then
moments, added'Do
tor nothing else. 1 confess this last description which she danced was wild and irregular, you t
Jut there is one of all the rest, stay till the end of the fair?' 'We do.-
of missiles, it'so they might be and the dance was accommodated to Ha various
Who most employs my cook- Now it 'We shall meet again, then,1 said the('ountj
called that expression. was spirited,
never missedannoyed
me more
IDLER tbe best- 'farfwell1.1 he
The pleases me As turned from her Muf |
He bites at tho NAKED HOOK!" than all the rest; however, there was no animated, and even triumphant-and in raised her large dark him,
,
There J forced such the Bohemian's bo- eyes upon and
remedy.: was to stand, taking parts, young step for the first
time fixedly surveyed him
_*Nothing can afford a stronger instance up my livery, and a vilu livery it was; catnemore rapid and decided, her eye flash- walked She looked as ho
away. after him till hodisappeared
df the tyranny of Fashion than an extra or, as the wag expressed it, "being made ed, and she .swung her tambourine into the in the crowd
yard of broadcloth dangling at the heels free of the Peltmongers.1' air, with free and even fierce gesture, bespeaking ; and a heavy sigh
be Becoming in exultation and Then would struggled from her bosom,aa she followedher
'Jw-a.days-tbat can never It was tune to appeal to my resources. I pride.
the wearer-the very sight of which, is un- had read some where of an Italian, who, by come a sudden pause,and the music would party to exhibit in another part of tho<<
the, beholder.THC fair
comfortable to
dint of mental abstraction, had rendered recommence with a slow and soft measure;

himself unconscious of the rack and the bright eye then became languid and
;
*
GOUTY MERCHANT AND THE 8he had the Asiatic
STRANGER. breaking joints,sinew, and bones, was infancy beseeching-the movements and the whole Dark as above us it the aye sky,;

ID Broad-ttreetbuild'gs.onawinter's night ,only performing his diurnal Gymnastics bearing insinuating and subdued. Next, But through it stole a tender light,

Snug by his parlour fire, a gouty wightgat !, or undergoing his amicable Shampooing. the tone was of sorrow and dejection-and Like the first moonrise at midnfcMj
all alone, with one hand rubbing The pillory was a milder instrumentthan this versatile creature sank her head upon Large,dark, and swimming in the stretJO>
Jlis leg roll'd up in fleecy hOle the rack,and I had naturally a lively! her breast, drooped her instrument by her Which leem'd to melt co its own beam

While t'otber held beneath his nose imagination; it seemed plausible, therefore, side,and trailed her steps slowly and sadlyon All love; I.alf languor, and half tire,
The Public Ledger,in whose columns grub that I might make shift to be pelted in my the ground. Then again the music Like saints that at the stake expire.
bing, burst forth into liveliness and and BrRorr.Loggerhead .
ubs nce. 1' > attain a scene as remote as joy- a-
lie noted all the sales of hops, from gain she into the air, ,ike the wild 1
possible |pain, I selected one of absolute sprang ------ ----
Ships, shops, and slops, deer from the and the dance
starting covert,
l pleasure for the experiment no other Turtle Shell.
Gum, galls and groceries,ginger, gin, ; ,
Tar, tallow, turmeric, turpentine & tin; in truth, than that Persian Paradise, the ended as it had begun, with the display of subscriber will jive a fair price
THE
When Ic! a decent personage in black garden of Gull, at the Feast of Hoses mingled activity, brilliancy and grace. 600 Ibs. of the above article.
Entered, and most politely said- Flapping the wings of Fancy with all my The count gazed in wonder upon a emu GEORGE E. WEAVER CO.

"Your footman, sir, has gone his nightly might, 1 was speedily in those Bowers of ture so beautiful and striking. The graceful Key West, June 8

track Bluw, and at high romps with Houri and agility with which she danced-the *
'
To tbe King's Head, Peri,- picturesque movements and attitudes which NOT !CE.
And left your door ajar, which I were displayed in the performance on her THE undersigned Laving re-established

Observed in pacing by, "Flinging rotes at each other." instrument-and, above all, the face of ( at Key West, as a COM M 18-
And thf'i it neighborly to give notice.
you f But, alas for mental abstraction! The youthful loveliness which beamed and SION MERCHANT AND GENERAL
JiTen thousand thanks-how very few get AGENT, offers his services to his friends
first bud hit with stone-like vehe- with
the
very me a sparkled e.terciall these were and the
In time of danger public generally.
Such kind attentions from a stranger. mence; my next rose,of the cabbage kind, calculated to impress with surprise and delight F. A. BR /WNE.

Assuredly that fellow's throat is breathed only a rank cabbage fragrance; one who loved, and could appreciate April tO, 1831

Doomed to a final drop at Newgate. and in another moment the claws of a flying beauty as much as Oberfeldt. A man who lie offers fur salt at his Ware House,

He knows too, tbe unconscious elf, cat scratched me back into myself;-I hu studied it, aa he had done, is necessarily 30,000 feet White Pine Boards

That there's no soul at home except myself! tried with all my might and main to ima- something of a physiognomist; ; and,is 10,000 first quality Bricks

"Indeed,' the strang'r, looki'ggrav, gine it the mere thorns of the roses; but he contemplated fixedly the countenanceof 15 hbls Baltimore prime Beef

Then he'I a double knave-! the thing was too pdpable-for the cursed this fascinating being, he thought he 38 do Navy Dread
He know that rogues and thieves by scores the instant of the 10 bags prime Coffee.
cut, at very : raking weather could perceive in it something superior to

Niphtly And see beset bow easily unguarded might doors one : side of my visage, screamed out along the lot which seemed to be her'0, togetherwith THE SUBSrFIBERS

double-mni-quavering uvhy-atde/" a consciousness of that superiority.The .
Of these domestic foes, taken the Store
EyeD beneath your nose which dispelled all illusion on the subject expression of her eye was not alwaysin HAVING by Porter & Stansrd recently, in oc-Chi

Perform his knavish tricks- and there I was again, in fujj pelt in the accordance with the smile upon her lip; North East end of F. A. Drown. Waro

Enter your room as I have done, pillory. a glance, now of weariness, now of disdain, House, offer for sale on accommodating
Jllow out candles-thus-and-thus- : first fifteen minutes the to who looked
your My only qu&rter was very perceptible one term., a general assortment of
Pocket your silver"candlesticks, I met with, had now elapsed, and my face with scrutiny:-and the smile ;itself was DRY GOODS,
And walk off thus. was turned towards the east. The first ob- frequently in such a sort as though 'her GROCERIES and
saidso done be made mote remark
no ,
go Nor waited for replies, ject my eye fell upon was a heap of Mac- spirit scorned itself that it could he movedto SHIP Cl1A"IJ.ERY. .

But marcbed off with his prize, adam izaiiun; and I confess I never thoughtof smile1 for such purposes and upon such GEORGE F.. WEAVER C$. -

Bearing the gouty merchant in the dark. calculating the number of stones in people. These indication were not open Kej West, April 10.1631r -

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to the American Flag.-Cant. El- THE BRIO< CONCORD.In as ,they may deem expedient} amid that Lime, l.OOOlbs Bar Iron, 3 cases Hardware
G. Weaver & Co.
and sundries, to ,
dred of Brig Harvest, whose arrival is announced giving an account of this wreck, we they report their proceedings at as early a EXPORTS.-To Havana, per Schr. San

under the marine head at Norfolkon stated that the vessel had been entirelylost day as possible.On Fernando-200 quintals Salted Fish,11 Tur
the 26th ult. informs, that a Brigantine motion, tle, &c.
from North Carolina, bound to Texas, was : This information we derived from Resolved, That the Proceedings of ho To Now York, per Brig Orion 2,033

chased off the Bahama Banks, by a Bri persons who had left the wreck. Contrary Meeting, together with the Report of the Sticks Logwood, 5 tons-do. 210 Cow, 53

tish man of war S hr. understood to be to all expectation,during the prevailencc Committee, besigned by the Chairman and Hog and 4 Bear Skim, 1 Trunk and 4 bbl!.
and in the Key West Merchandize, 1 Chain Cable, 30 Cwt.
tho Skip Jack, which vessel fired 13 shot of a northerly gale, she was blown off the Secretary, published Junk, &c.
fit her. The Brigantine had her colors Gazette. _. _
Reef into the Gulf Stream. The Mate -
-
The then adjourned, sine
Meeting was
hoisted-tho Schr had not. She was
boarded by the Schr. which took possession and crew who were on board, expectingher die. JAMES WEBB, MARINE
of her and carried her into Havana. to go down, let go an anchor in hopesof Chairman. INTELLIGENCE ..

During tho chase tho Brigantine threw bringing her to-failing in this, they W. WHITEHEAD, POUT OF KEY WEST.

overboard her deck load. After she was were compelled to take to thetr boats and Secretary.PROCEEDINGs"lNTOWN ., -
taken possession of she lost her anchor ARRIVED- SINCE OUR. LASfT"
pull for the shore. She was afterwards COUNCIL.
and cables. Capt. E. understood that previous
to his leaving Havana, the BrigantineWas discovered adrift, about midway betweenthe Saturday, Oct. 8, 1831. Oct. 12. Bnp Florida, W. CrotherOodays

released, and that a representation of Tortugas and the Cuba coast, by the Council convened: Several accounts Marks.from Sailed Baltimore.the same Merchandize day. for S.

the outrage had been forwarded to the President Fishing Smacks, who, after great exertions, were presented and disposed o.. The re- Oct. 13. Schooner Ploughboy, Harris,
of the U. S. There were no U. S. succeeded in freeing her of water, and signation of P. B. Prior, Marshal, was Charleston. M'dze to D. M. Cole.
vessels in port when Capt. E left there. presented and accep dOn Sloop James Monroe,Burrows,Tortll :)s.
her into this
The above, was no doubt, the brig Henry towing ... Port. motion of Mr. Whitehead, Oct. 14. Sloop Loretto, S. Burrows, Havana.
which was taken into Havana, sometime ..- Resokcd, That from this date, the sala Ballast to Master.
since, at the request of the crew and We are informed by Capt. Western of ry of the Town Marshal be reduced to Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows, Havana.

passengers, on account of the Capt. beingin the Sloop John Denison, from New Orleans twenty-five dollars per annum. Ballast.
Fair Americau S.
Burrow. Ha-
a state of inebriety, during the whole via IIavanna, that serious apprehen- : Resolved further, That a committeebe vana.Sloop Ballast. ,

passage. sions entertained for the of the appointed to designate the duties of
are safety I Sloop Spermaceti,Clift, Tortugas. Sails,
the said Marshal and draw a table of
up boats, &c. from Brig Concord.
r U. S. Schr. SVLFII, Lt. Com'dt. Robinson.She .
fees to be received by him for the services I Oct. 15. Sloop Gallant Gallup, Havana
COMMUNICATED has not been heard from since the he may perform, in addition to the amount Ballast to Master.

FOR THE KEY WEST GAZETTE.JlfM.tr Gale of the 19th August last. of his salary. Oct. 16. Sloop North America, Ashby,

*. Editors:-On a former occasion .o- Messrs. Pinkham,-Whitehead. Strobel New London.
On Monday the 26th. the and Weaver the Oct. 17. Schr. Reaper, R. Southwick, 10
I intimated to you some objections to Sept venera- were appointed -com- days from Charleston. Bricks &c. to G.
the 're-election of Mr. R. Fitzpatrick to ble Carrol, the only surviving signer of the mittee. E. Weaver,& Co.
Declaration of Independence entered On motion of Dr. Strobel, Schr. Washington, Swan, 16 daye from
the Legislative Council. It was then char- upon
Resolved That committee of be
three
a New York St. Marks. Sailed next day.
ged, that his course, as a Legislator, conflicted his 95th. year.It appointed to inquire into the expediency of Oct. 17.' Wreck Brig Concord, of New

in every respect with the views r f restraining the admission of Foreigners into York, (reported in our last.) She was
his constituents. This was not a bare asfcerliori will be perceived on reference to the the Town of Key West, under certain blown on*the Tortugas, where she stranded,
Proceedings of the Citizens of tbia place circumstances; and that, they report at the by a northerly wind, and taken into -the
unsupported by facts; and the silence that the application for a Minister, to the next meeting of the Corporation. Gulf; wbere she was found and towed into
of Mr. F. and his friends reduces it Port by 3 Fishing Smacks.
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocess of New Mess's. Strobel, Pinkham and Whitehead Oct.
18.
Sloop Morning Star, Appleman
to a matter of certainty. It appears to be I York, which was made in the month of were appointed the committee.A Havana. Ballast to Master. '

admitted, then, that as our Representative March last, has not been honoured with an resolution offered by Mr. Whitehead, Sloop Evergreen, Noyes, New York.

at the last Legislative Council, Mr. F. did answer. We think it a peculiarly hard giving free permission to the inhabitants Fruit to Master.
of the Town to cut and remove the wood Sloop John Denison: Western, Havana.
case, that while Missionaries .
not fulfil the trust confided in him-that are sent to
Fruit to O. O'Hara.
now standing in Eaton street, aa they may
he did not the wishes and Foreign lands free of espence-we, at -
fairly represent think proper, without any restriction, was CLEARED.
at home, should be denied
the edification
of
interests of his constituents.I means ar'e passed; and the Clerk directed to give to Oct. 12. Scbr. Post Boy, Gilbert, Phil
and that .
ton, when we wil it the
publicity. delphia. .
shall now proceed to state more facts, ling to pay liberally for it! At all events The necessary President laid before the Councila Oct. 13. Brig Orion, Dade, New York.

which,are calculated still further to dis- we think that our respectful application was communication from the Mayor of the Oct. 14. Sloop Loretto, S. Burrows, Havana

qualify him for taking charge of our inter- entitled to some notice from the BISHOP ofa City of New York, in relation to the adopting via Tortugas.
Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows Havana, via
Cats, our feelings and sacred honor: Christian Church. of measures for preventing the intro- Tortugas. ,

,;: We have long been subjected to unmerited But, however, notwithstanding this rebuff duction into our ports, of the Cholera, Sloop Fair American,J. S. Burrows, Havana
and the citizens of Key West are deter- now raging in the Northern parts of Eu- via Tortugas.
opprobium misrepresentationour ;- mined to have a Minister. We under rope.On Spanish Schr. San Fernando, Friano,ha.
fellow-citizens\ in the States--ever, incur motion of Dr. Strobel, vana' ..
stand that
application will be made
to
own Territory, have been led to t IJievo other some Resolved, That a committee be appointed Oct. 15. British Brig Pacific, Ferguson,
source; from whence we trust it will Liverpool. '
to take the of the letter into
that we area set of dishonest and unprincipled meet with more attention. consideration and subject draft such ordinanceas Oct. 16. Sldop Gallant, F. Gallup, Ha-
men I -How do these misrepresentations -.oa- an vana, via Tortugas. ,
PUBLIC they may deem requisite. Sloop James Monroe, Havana via Tort
abroad. Has Mr. MEETING.
get Fitzpatrick
Messrs. Strobel, Greenb and Whiteheadwere .
stand forth aa our champion, and asserted At a Public Meeting of the Citizens of appointed the committee. gas.TLe Packet Ship John Linton, from New-
West
the claims which we have upon the consideration Key held at the Council Room, on Resolved, That the Council will, at York for New Orleans, passed Sand Key
' Saturday Evening, 13th Oct '831, the their next meeting proceed to elect a on the 13th,with a fine wind from the north
, of out 'countrymen? Facts trill lion.Tames Webb was called to the Chair, Town Marshal and that the Clerk ward and eastward. ..
speak: At the last Session of our Supreme and 'V. Whitehead appointed Secretary. public notice to; that effect. give Oct. 18. Sailed, U. S. Schr. Spark, Lt.
It was stated'from the Chair Com'dt Piercy, on a cruize. .
Court,Mr. F. voluntarily swore that that the Adjourned to Saturday 15th instant.
Meeting had been called for Schr. Florida Rook, Florida Reef.
tin of ..
he could not hate a fair trial in this Countyand receiving the Report of the committee purpose, II. S. WATERHOUSE, Sloop Energy, Page, do.PASSENGERS -
he petitioned to have the appointed Clerk. ,
case re- in March last
moved to another County-in other words Rev. Bishop of New to address the R'f. Saturday Oct. 15 183J. In Brig Florida, from Baltimore, Edw'4
York, in relation to Chandler, Esq. U. S. Attorney, aad M 'isrs.
that he did not believe that there were the establishment! of a Clergyman upon Council met pursuant to adjournment.Mr. A. B. Throuston and R. English. .

twelve honest men in the County of Monroe the Wand; and to adopt any other measures Whitehead, from the committee ap In Schr. Washington, from New York;
I This affidavit with other that might he deemed expedient pointed to designate the duties of the Marshal W. R. Hackley, Esq. :-
matters relating I). C. Pinkham, Eq.' then read the Report ), and draw up a table of fees, presented -
to the case, have been forwarded to of the committee, as follows: a report in relation thereto; which wa NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ..

the Seat of Government; and it is now The Committee, to whom WPM aligned adopted.Dr. ,-'

known at Tallahassee that onr late Representative the duty of corresponding with the Bishop Strobel,from the committee to whom ORDINANCES ,. '

not only thinks, but upon oath of New York, respecting a Clergyman to was referred the expediency of restricting .

declare that the people of this County are he established here, beg leave to make the the under entrance certain of Foreigners into Key West, Of the Town Council, passed *
following Report of their proceedings: circumstances, repotted an
unworthy of trust! As soon as possible after their appoint Ordinance for the consideration of the Oct. 15, 183L

This is the man, fellow-citizens,who af- ment the Committee proceeded to address Council. The Ordinance was read by .r.

ter thus traducing and slandering you- the Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal sections, and unanimously passed.On ORDINANCE-No. 9.
Church at New York motion of Mr. Greene,
claims and asks send upon the subject, Regulating the introduction *f Foreigner
suffragan to
your you and forwarded their communication_which Resolved, That 200 copies of the Ordinance -
him back to the Council as Representative bo in the into the Town of Key West.
your your committee have reason to believe he printed English and Spanish
' I mistake the feelings of a high- received; but to this time no answer hat languages, for distribution. WHEREAS several criminals, offenders a*

minded and honourable community, i if been received from him,nor any notice taken The committee, to whom was referredthe gainst the laws of the country whence
of the application.From Letter from the Mayor of the City of they came, have lately arrived at Key
they will allow themselves to be thus trampled West from Ports and '
New York Foreign as a tan.
,
other sources, we learn that the reported an Ordinance; which
upon-if they will permit themselvesto subject was noticed in the religious was taken up and passed.On tinuanco of such arrivals will be attend
paper
IK led up to the altar and sacrificed by published by the Episcopal Church in N. motion of Mr. Greene, cd by many injurious consequences to

Mr. F.and his friends, whenever their interest York, and the letter published; but no Resolved, That a committee of Three the community, unless means be takento

may require it. Come forward then at person had been appointed to fill the duties be appointed to draw up a permanent prevent them: _'
of Pastor at this place so late as the 1st of Health Ordinance, designating the dutiesof Be it therefore ordained, by the Pre.
the polls, and by your suffrages vindicate August last. the Health Officer and his fees. silent and Members of toe Town Council -

yourselves--and show at least,that you will It i is with regret that we are compelled to Messrs. Greene, Browne and Whiteheadwere of Key West, That from and after

not tamely submit to such a misrepresentation acknowledge that our efforts to procure a appointed the committee. the first day of November next, the. Master

of you feelings and characters. Clergyman of the Episcopal Church, hare An Ordinance, constituting a permanent of any vessel arriving from a foreign port
Committee of Finance or place, at the port of Key West shall
,
ONE 01' THE PEOPLE. entirely failed; and your committee believe was presented by
it to be unavailing to make further efforts Mr. Whitehead, and adopted; and in pur make a report to the Clerk of the Town

_. to procure from the Diocesa of New York, suance thereof Council, of the number of passengers op
THE GAZITTTE.KEY a preacher of that denomination. Mf>S.rs.Weaver and Whitehead were appointed board, not citizens of the United States,
We cannot close this Report, without the committee.The nor residents oT the Town of Key West;
WEST: earnestly recommending it to the consideration Council then proceeded to the election and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1831. of the citizens of Key West, to of a Marshal, and Stephen R. Mallary for every passenger aforesaid.
--- -- ---- unite in inviting a Clergyman of some other was declared duly elected; to- whom was Sec. 2. Be it further ordained That"
Agreeably to orders received trom tho denomination to come among us. It is he referred all the business left unexecuted by the Master of any vessel failing or neglect*
lieved al liberal and pious man may be his predecessor in office. ing to make such report within ?4 hours
IVar Department, a salute: of thirteen gunst ,who dill undertske the charge a procured school The Council then adjourned to Saturday, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit

, dawn of day, another of twenty-four and give satisfaction to the community. !22nd July. and pay the sum of five dollars, in addi

guns at sunset, and half-hour guns through Signed, James Webb, II. S. WATERHOUSE, tion to the aura aforesaid. required for each

the day, were fired at this place on Monday, D. C. Pinkham, Clerk.COMXKKRCTAI. passenger.Sec. .
'V. A. Whitehead 3. Be it further ordained, That
the 10th inst. by tho Detatchment of U. S, "'- -- -
-
CoxftecB.
---- no foreign
L. M. Stone, passenger, from any ship or vessel
Troops under the command of Major B. Strobel, : .. shall he permitted to land within the

Glasscll, as a tribute oi respect to the memory II. S. WaterhouSt', J port or harbour of Key West, unless he

of the late Ex-President,JAMES MoxSOE. The Report was adopted.On COMMERCE OF KEY WEST. shall have freely and openly departed: from

The COlON of all he vessels m the motion of Dr. Strobel, IMPORTS.-FromCbarleston.perSchr. tho place whence he came, and have in rji i$
Resolved. That the present committee Doughboy 1 libl. Whiskey 1 bbl. Gin possession a passport, or such other papers:
JIarbour were displayed at half mast du- 2 casks Brandy, 1 cask Wine as are
he authorised to take such further steps for Cordial, usually granted at the port whence

tog the day. procuring a Clergyman and Schoolmaster, White Per Schr.Lead ft.kc.aper to-D.2tOOOBnclu,41 M. Cole. bbl from.became, permitting him to depart thereIn.tult : -



Sec. '4. TV it further ordained, That I Capt.Clifr,and made with him nn agree- I J rnrcrivm accordingly' for tho admission of'Flour,

the Master fir any ship or vesselvlio! shall inent 'o transport to Key West nil the I TO COLLECTORS and of White, Yellow, and Pitch Pino
OF CUSTOMS.
brine within ihe) port or harbour of Key : cargo and materials saved: from the Brig Boards, Plank, Scantling and ,Shingles
West, any foreign passenger who may have I Concord ;-and that in as much r.s he has, TREASURY DEPARTMENT, free of all Duties payable thereon, until

clandestinely departed from any foreign, I by great labour and expense! saved: from SJK, April 5th, 1831. the 31st day of December now next ensuing

place, and who shall not possess! n passportor said Brig the said Goods, Wares, Mer- Representations have been made to this of which all Officers of his Majesty

thor evidence of his having been permitted e handize and :\Iat'rial-he prays that a Department by some of our f'oniuls, and Customs! and all others whom it doth,

to depart f from thrncc,-and permitting casonable salvage may he decreed thereon: other persons, that the crews of United shall, or may concern, are hereby requiredto )
him lo land without permission first And whereas the Judge of said Court, for States merchant vessels! have been discharged take due notice and to govern themselves
obtained from the Town Council, shall} said District, 'hath ordered and directed on : i i' foreign ports by their commanders, accordingly.Given .

fil felt and pay, for each passenger so landed the seventeenth day of Octo! er, inst. for all without complying with the provisions' of under my Hand And Seal at Arms,
the of dollars. concerned l he and the net of Congress of the 28th of I ebntary -
fifty
sum persons to appear at the at the Government House in Kingstown
Sec C. He it further ordained, That Court House at Key West, in said: District, specially, 1P03.called Your to attention this subject is,, with therefore a request this eighteenth day of August,

any foreign passenger landing within the and shew cause,if any they)have, why judgment that increased vigilance: may be exerted one thousand eight hundred and thir
Town of Key West, without permissionfirst should not pasj as prayed: You are to prevent future infractions of the ty-one.

obtained from the Town Council therefore authorised,empowered and strictly law; and it is expected that you will require By his Excellency1 command,

or without having the necessary enjoined,peremptorily,tociteand admonish satisfactory evidence that there has THOMAS MELVILLE,
passport or other evidence of his being allowed all persons whatsoever having any right, ti- been a strict compliance with the requisitions Government Sec'ry.

freely to depart: from the port whence tile, claim or interest,in or to the cargo&c. of the foregoing act in each case, before in .
this
Duly proclaimed Kingftown
IK? c""-w. (if any H usually granted at such of the Brig Concord, by citing and admonishing I the bond of the master, required by of eightTnth
the first section! thereof, be allowed to be day August, one thousand
place.)shall} he liable to enter into bonds in Jno. M'Kown, and by all other lawful cancelled.I right hundred and thirty-onennd! in the

the sum of $1.000 with good security, to ways, means and methods whereby this monition am, respectfully, second of his Majesty's Reign.
year
lie of the !President of the be made
approved by may most public and notorious Your obedient servant, C. I). STEWART
Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to depart to be and appear at the time and S. P. IN -IIAM, Act. Pro. Marshal General.,
from the Island within such time as place aforesaid before the Judge aforesaidand Secretary of the Treasury.To .

may be deemed reasonable, or on failure also to attend upon every session ami' the Collector of the Customs. NOTICE

be committed to jail. sessions be held there and from thence, ,
Sec. C. Be it further ordained That until a definitive sentence shall be read and OUIPR16.. t S hereby given that an Election for a

the several fines and penalties herein en- promulged in the said business, inclusively', HEAD QUARTERS OF TilE ARMY. Member of the Legislative Council,
from Monroe will be held tie
acted, may bo recovered before the President if them or any of them shall think it their ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, first Mnndflv in county ftovprnher.. 1831.. at the on fill*
of the Town Council or any Justiceof duty so to do, to !hear, abide and perform IVniliirurfnnMar__ <:'I____, --.1 5th._ _n, 1It.1l.--- lowing places, to wit: --- ---- ---

the Peace. nil and singular.. such iiiriirinl___ nrta.n___, _na_: _airs_._ IT having been reported to the Var Department AT KEY W fST-at the Room occupied
necessaryand bylaw requited to he done that contrary to the provisions by the City Council. Judges of Elcc
ORDINANCE-No. 10. and expedited in the premises: and further of the act, entitled II An act to regulate Hun: -

For patenting the introduction Cholera to do and receive what unto law and justice trade and intercourse with the Indian W. II. Shaw,
shall appertain, under the pain of the law Tribes, and to preserve peace on the frontiers F. A, flrowne, '
into the Town of Key Wat.WIIEUEAS ." approved :March the 30th, 1002, several II. 8. Waterhouae.
and thereof the
a certain disease, known by' the contempt absence of themor white persons, with the intention thereto
every of them, in anywise notwithstanding AT INPIAN JEV-Ilt the Store Hoiwtoccupied
mme of INDIAN CHOLERA at settle themselves, have entered into the
prevailing in the Northern ,pouts present oi': : And whatever you shall do in the pre country set apart and allotted to the several Election by Thomas Gibson. Judges of. '
misesyou! shall duly certify unto the Judge tribes of Indians established! beyond the :
Europe,of the most fatal character and 1 Pitas Howe
; aforesaid, at the time and place aforesaid, limits of the States, under treaties made ,
such Ede Van
as disease-may be introduced into Evonr,
together with these with the said Indian Tribes! by the United
our own ports by vessels} trading with presents. States the Joseph Prince.
Witness the lIon. JAMES : Commanding. officers of the several -
Wr.nn
that quarter of the Globe! : Judge of posts on the frontiers are enjoine. to AT NEW PIVER-at the house of Wee
Be it therefore ordained, by the President said Court, this the 15 h day of October, sec that the provisions of the art above alluded Co lcy. Judges of Election:
and Mcinlters of the Town Council 1831. JOEL YA: CEY, Clerk.The to he enforced in relation to the removal Wm. Cooley,
of the said unlawful settlers, taking John Dubose, .,
Wtst That all vessels
of Key arriving United States of Amejiicncn. for their guide in the execution of the said Lewis F. Breaker.
from ) where the said disease
ports or places, duty, the act above referred. By order of D. r'. PINKHAM, ',
shall be taken the Pilots of th- .
exist, by By order of ALEXANDJR: MACOMD, Presiding: Justice
}>ort, without their going on board, to th. SOUTH RN UDICIAL DISTRICT OF .Maj. Gen. Commanding the Army, Monroe County.
Quarantine Ground, northward and westward FLORIDA R. JONES, JOEL .YANCEYCl /

of Fleming's Key;-there to remain To the Marshal of the Superior.Court of ,6-tf. Adj. Gen. rk"-

tinder the direction of the Presidewt of the said District, Greeting: T OFFICIAL CIRCULAR. Oct. 4th, 1831._ 6-tf.

.Council and Health Officer of the port. EDWARD CHANDLER, NAVY DEPARTMENT, ) LIST OP LETTERS rq
Sec 2. Be it further ordained, That WHEREAS
exhibited his libel for
Sept. 26, 1831. (
in the Post
Remaining Ofc at K. Wetl
'
while it shall be thought necessary by the and on behalf John Appleman, junior, SIR,-In consequence of recent occurrences -
siiid) Health Oflicer, that such vessel orvetels *- Master! and Commander of the Sloop Morning in the service, your attention is invited William Allan Charles Stone, "
should intercourse to two subjects,where the laws Kdw'd ( !handler 9 L. M. Stone, 4Louis
perform quarantine, no Star, stating, alleging and propounding now regulate -
Lanret
whatever shall IKJ held with th>' That whilst the rights and power of all concerned Amos C. Tilt k Co-
: proceeding on
voyage ; hut where there is till vested in officer Theodore Owens, Eustace Trenor, 4
Tmvnor Island of Key West but by per. from the Island of Cuba to he Port of discretion John Park, 2 John Whitehead,
a in the exercise of which
tnteaion, and under the direction of the Key West he discovered on the morningof may be desirable to them toknow distinctly it Joshua U. -mith, Jnme \Vebb, 4. '

President and Health Officer; and all per. the 12th,of the present month, a vowel the wishes of the President and of this De. HENRY 8. W 1' nIl0USE, P. M.
eons who shall hold any intercourse with in n dismantled and abandoned state: That ; partment.One .. Oct. 1, 1831. 6-tf. .

fetich vessel or vessels, without first obtaining he' immediately commenced! towing said of those subjects, and our wishes up. -Q'1'iIOSE who feel ..

, said permission, shall be liable to perform vessel towards the Port of Key West; but on it are, that when any portion of the Navy contribute toward persons the ercctlou disposedto of! ,tl

the same quarantine that may he imposed owing to the freshness of the weather and furnishes relief to American vessels, CHURCH upon the Island, are informed
upon said paid: vessels and cargoes. roughness of the Sea, was compelled to an- whether wrecked or otherwise in distress, that Subscriptions will be received by the

Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That chor her on the Florida Reef, nearthe Mar -to be and yield which has been relief promptly ought to following gentlemen: composing the ( ora
long
tins Ordinance shall remain in full force quess Keys, and go in search of other a-> its gallant exertions, no one compensation great object of of mitten appointed for that purpose: ,

until expressly repealed by the Council. sistance: That having procured the assistance any kind should either, be asked or received. lion JAMrs Wrnn, D. C. riMcriAM, VT.
A. WiiiTniEAr: *, I.. M. STONE, Esqrs. Drt.
of three other vessels he The other and wishes
sobjcct,
was enabled our upon II. S. '
WATFRIIOUSE and B, B. BTROBCL.
ORDINANCE-No. II. by incessant labour and great exertion I it"are, that till Congress deem it proper to ....
Constituting a Committee of Finance. for .several+ days, to succeed in towing alter the existing laws concerning punishments err- WE are authorized to announce Col.
Be it ordained by the President and said vessel to the Port of Key Wet : And in the Navy, and whencverthose laws L. M. STOIS E, as a Candidate for the next
allow a discretion in the choice of
punishments Legislative Council of Florida
that in as much as he has been the
Members tIe Tojcn Council means
of of Key the first resort, in the case of offen-
West, That from and after the pissing of of saving said vessel (which he believes to ces by seamen is recommended to be always 0:7* WE are authorized to announce
-this Ordinance, two Members of the Board, be the Brig Concord, of New York) and had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace RICHARD FITZPATIUCK Esq. ass

to bo designated by the President from time"to cargo., (consisting of Whiskey, Oil, Steam. and other mild corrections, rather Candidate to represent Monroe County, iA. .
time, shall constitute a Committee of Engine and apparatus, Provision, Hay, than to the humiliating practice of whipping the next Legislative Council: of Florida. .
finance.Sec. Stone and Building Materials) ,) from total) and that neveron the same day, by .
OF
OFFICE TilE
loss,-a liberal salvage is prayed thereon punishing under an officer's o.vn authority,
2. Be it further ordained That : two offences at should the BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE
once limited ,
' it shall be the duty of the said Committeeto And whereas the Judge of paid Court, for strlr.el.
by law, be exceeded in ; or And Agent for Lloyds, Tendon, and the
examine and audit all bills or accounts said District, hath ordered<<1 and directed on be inflicted otherwise than in the presenceand Association of Underwriters, Liverpool

presented against the Council); (to examine Friday, the 21st inst. for all persons concerned under the sanction of the commandingofficer o,3FaO T- TBEET. ,

the accounts of Treasurer and :Marshal, to be and appear at the CourtHouse of tho vessel or station. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock p. Bf.
and mako reports quarterly as to the state at Key West, in said District, to And that, in the case of offences by officers tf Key Wept 20th April 1831
,
of the Finances. shew cause, if any they have, why Judgment which it is hoped their well known
D. C. PINKHAM, should nut pass as prayed- You are high sense of duty and honor will prevent DR.B.D.STBODELSTILL
from
becoming frequent, a system more remedial -
Preset T C. therefore hereby authorised, empowered should be adopted, by sentencing to continues to Practice his Pro

II. S. WATERHOUSE, and strictly enjoined peremtorily to cite a reduction of rank and pay, or to a suspension in all its Various BrandJC1f.Ho .-
Clerk. and admonish all persons whatsoever, having from promotion rather than to suspension also keeps on hand, a constant and
.- or pretending to have any right, title, from active service as persons, unfortunately fresh supply} of Genuine .
The United States of Arae claim or interest in or to said vessel or her guilty of any misbehaviour need and Medicines.All
said cargo, by publicly affixing this Monition most the constant discipline of active service Drugs .
> rica. on the Main-mast of said vessel, and and when suspended therefrom are order will meet n punctual attention.

SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICTOF leaving there affixed a true copy hereof; left without employment under greater Key W'lIt.2 'ltI\'tuf'hIR3J. .
and by all other lawful and temptation and opportunities for injurious
FLORIDA, ss. methods whereby this Monition ways, means bo indulgences. : I Estate of D. L. Wakcley.ALL .

. To the Marshal of the Superior Court for made most public and notorious, to may be and LEVI WOODRURY. I persons indebted to the late D. L.

said District,Greeting: appear at the time and place aforesaid, before SAINT VINCENT. AUUY. will please take notice that

EDWARD GLOVER has the Judge aforesaid, and also to attend By his Excellency the Right Honourable I payment must he made forthwith; and, all

WHEREAS) his libel, stating, alleging upon every Session and Sessions to be held Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, Baronet, them having demands on the Estate, will present
to lit Dec.
previous next,or be debarred.
and propounding: That on Sunday, there and from thence, until a definitive Captain General, & Governor-m-Chicf, II. S. WATERHOUSE, Adm'r.
, the 2nd day of the present month, (October sentence shall be read and promulgej in in and over the Island of St. Vincent, Key West April 87, 1831 6t
.: ) he discovered a vessel on shore near the said business inclusively, if them or liequia, and such of the Inlands commonly "
the Tortugas on that part of the Florida any of them! shall think it their dnty go to called the Grenadines, aud thoseat KEY WKBT:

:Mleef known as Bird Key Shoal: Thai do, to hear, abide by, and perform all and tho Northward of Carriacou in Ame- SEG4R MANUFACTORY,

on repairing on board said vessel, (with singular such Judicial acts as are necessary rica, Chancellor, Ordinary, and I Vice. W. II. WALL takes this opportunity of

the view, of rendering every assistance in and by law required to be done and expedited Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. informing tho Public, that he hai.establish*

his power) he ascertained her to be the in the premises; and further to do and Plt()CLAM A'rloN. cd A UOAR MANUFACTORY at Key IWcet.lie .

Brig CONCORD, Capt. John \TKovn. receive what unto law and justice shall appertain ( \VIIER"J\S, from the imports for this purpose, the very best
bound from New York to Mobile with a under the pain of law and contempt of the dreadful hurricane consequence with which' Tohacco from llarana.Solars .

valuable cargo of dry goods and other ar- thereof the absence and contumacyof this Island and its dependencies were visited of the best quality, and of every
ticles board That with the them, and ofthem in description bo had at his
' OQ : approbation avery any wise on Thursday morning,the I lih insta-it may establishment
of the Captain of said Brig, he immediately notwithstanding whatsoever you shall it is essentially necessary for their relief to, fj:::r All orders in the above line will

commenced making preparations to do in the premises, you shall duly certifyunto encourage the importation of the only ar- meet the earliest attention.

Unlade the Cargo; and employed the crew the Judge aforesaid, at the time and ticle of food which bears a duty, namely, March, 1831.

and passengers of the Brig and proceeded place aforesaid,together with these presents Flour; and of such materials aa P.
are required C.
in from the the valuable Witness the lion. JAMES GREENE
taking Brig most WCBH Judge of to repair the extensive damages
part of the cargo, and carrying it to a placeof uitr said Court for said District, this 18th which have been sustained in houses buildings Continues to transact General Agency.
Uusinees.
safety: That at the request of the day of Oct. 1831. and works
the Goods
sugar over
Captain of said Vessel he in hid JOEL YANCEY greatest taken on Storage &c.
proceeded Cleric.
part of this colony: I do therefore He
by Q r will always be happy to receive
boat towards West
Vessel Key the to procure some EDtVAIiU CIIAMDLEIl, and with the advice and consent of HisMajesty' and execute all orders in his line of BuS,
to That
remove Cargo his
: on
ATTORSET Or THE I'MTKD STATES IOtJTU. Privy Counsel, authorise and re- '
way, he discovered the Sloop Spermaceti, LAM DISTRICT or ru>&u>Af quire the Port of Kingstown to be opened ness.Key West, 28th March, 1831.

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.

NOTICE. cd in the harbour, at the request of the CIRCULAR, AMERICAN
Master or Commander of said vessel, said Office of American and Foreign Agency for Stenographic Academy.
ANY citizen who may apprehend a DE Pilot shall entitled to demand and receive Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
StatcV BY M. T C. OOUM
from the U. Troops,
is
PUBLIC NOTICE hereby given to
and deliver him over to an Officer of the Three Dollars for every such day. all persons whom it may concern, having No.6 North Fight Street, Philadelphia.
Army, will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for P &c.
Claims, Pebts, Inheritances, payableor THE Propie'or' of this establishment has
DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured Branch, shall, at the time he obtains the recoverable abroad,that this Agency !has cities
the and
visited principal towns colleges

J. M. GLASSELL, same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer established, under the special auspices and
the United States
Major Commanding. TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk patronage of distinguished individuals in in as a Reporter,
fer West, April t1, 1831 3i for issuing the same. this country, a regular correspondence with and as a Teacher of Stenography, and is

AN ORDINANCE Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of eminent Bankers,&0. in the principal ports now induced, by the solicitation of nume-

To regulate the Pil tagt of this Port. Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance and capitals of foreign governments in com- rous respectable individuals, in various
Be it ordained by the Council of the are hereby repealed. mercial relation with the United States:> ; parts of tho country/ to prepare a plan fir
the medium whereof such valid of his
through communicating a knowledge art
to
West That when DAVID COFFIN PINKHAM
Town of Key any per- ,
will be
claims as may be confided thereto, all those who may consider it worth their
the situationof Council
shall be desirous of having President Town
eon and
and
for settlement, promptly
expedited
attention but who from their
Branch Pilot of this Purt, he shall presentto \ ?M. II. WALL Clerk. eflectively recovered, when furnished by remote situ-
ation cannot the benefits of his
the Council a written petition; whereupon the claimants with the suitable legal proofsand enjoy per
shall be the duty of the Council appoint .fI.tentiol' J vouchers, together with the requisite sonal instruction.
a committee of three competent per. Power of Attorney, to be taken and acknowledged The system, a knowledge of which it ij

eons to make enquiry into the qualification. of the before any Judge of a Court of proposed<< to communicate, may be consi.
Law
and fitness of the persons applying, and res Extract from a Record, or other competent civil magis- dered a standard of American Stenographyit

thereon at the next succeeding meeting United States, dated 16th trate, municipal authority, or notary pub- is almost the only plan Used in the
port of the lic; and the whole duly authenticated by the Uuited States, and is sold by most of the
the
the board when
of prayer March 1002.SECTION. Governor of the state or territory in which
book-sellers to the exclusion of all other
be acted all) Pilots ,
petrtoner.lall on: appointed the same may be perfeeted, and legalizedby
shall, previous to receiving their XIX. the appropriate Foreign Consul. systems. It has passed through wren large

Branch, give bond with good and sufficient Every person who shall procure or entice Having also established a similar corres- cditonst and JIGS been recently much improved >

security for the faithful performance of their a SOLDIER the United States to pondence throughout the United States and stereotyped, and embellished with

duty. desert, or who shall purchase from any British America, the like claims for recov- seventeen new copper plate engravings illustrative .

Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or ery, in any part thereof} respectively) will of the theory
thereof and Captain or be received, and efficiently attended to, in A copy of this work will constitute the
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto any part ; any
behalf of American ea well as Foreign
,
enable them to proceed over the Recfand Commanding Officer of Any Ship or Ves- claimants' first three numbers of a contemplated so

render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel're* sel, who shall enter on board such Shipor Orders for the investment of funds on ries of Printed Lectures, or Periodical

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

Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 6 carry away any such Soldier, or purchase of public securities in the United through the medium of; the mail or-plber!?\

feet of water entering this Port, except fishing shall refuse to deliver him up to the ordersof States, Canal oans of the State of New wise, to each subscriber, till a thorough

smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels his Commanding Officer, shall, upon York, Pennsylvania, Oijoradid i punctually knowledge of the art shall have been com

under charge of wreckers, shall pay the Legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion and faithftil'y executed. municated.

tales of Pilotago herein after specified.Sec. of any Court havign cognizance of Applications requiring addressed the investigation to this Agency of claims, incases It will be the object: of theso Lectures,

4. If a Pilot does not board or offer the same, in any sum not exceeding search of records or the intervetitidDf of legal not only to Convey to each individual a
his services to a ve liable to take a Pilot Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, proceeding should :be 'accompanied complete and practical knowledge of Short

Until laid vessel arrives within 4 miles of any term not exceeding one year." with an adequate remittance. to defray the Hand Writing, but to point out the most

the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, -oao- preliminary charges:and disbursements at. eligible way to employ it as a labor and

'o boarding or offering his services,shall be Extracto de un Ley de Los tending the lame; 'Ilbd all letters must be I time saving method, for acquiring other
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said addressed (post paid0) the undersigned, useful knowledge, by performing, in minutes
Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the Estados Unidos con fe- (Counsellor ot the Supreme Court of the' U and hour, that which must other

Light-llouse on Key West is distant not cha del 16 de Marzo, Wall Mates street,) in ,the New Office York.of the Agency! 49 wise require days and week.

more than two miles, and then bears E. N. 1802. AAhON II. P.AL1\IERActual1' Should the above plan succeed, and

E. no pilotage shall be claimed. vbcre is reason to believe may, tbese..pe..
Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet SECCION XIX. THE CITY GAZETTE, riodical numbers will be continued month

the provisions of this Ordi i Persona alguna quien procura o' np- AND COMMERCIAL DAILY AnVERTISE ly, at one dollar per annum, under the fol.

nancerefusingto receive a pilot outside of isti?el huir de algun SOLD A DO de Les A Journal of Commerce, Science, Litera- lowing title, to wit:

the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his services Estados Unidos, o' quien compra de al!. ture and the Arts. THE "AMERICAN REPERTORY,

shall be liable to pay full pilotage; gun Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Uni- BY SIMMS & Dl'RYEA. Of Arts, Sciences and Useful Literature
but inside of the Reef ¬ within two THE CITY GAZET'I'E is one of the *
o' de ella
formi algun
miles of the Light-House on Key West,the qualesquera o1 Oficial parte Mandando; y alguna oldest existing Journal in the U. States. The object of this work will be to furnish .
Capitain
Under man) proprietorsits course with few in numbers to the rising
the said vessel generation
said bearing E. N. E. ,
light Fragata o1 Barco sea, o quiet se
que exceptions, have always been Americanand a Miniature Encyclopedia, or General Ca-
hall pay half pilotage. embarca en ella como Marinero, o' de popular Of late years, from neglectmore binet
in its
6. The, Reef shall be considered i embracing course a concise
Sec.
qualesquera modo lleva Consijo algun than any other cause,its influence and view
Epitome of the
or
when the Light-House on Sand Key bears Soldado, o1 quien deja de entregar el patronage had visibly declined. Within the most interesting
of the
either E. N. E. or W. S.W. dicho Soldado la orden del Oficial last year however, the present:proprietors, topics age; with the exception of
liable having entered a course of religion! and politics. As a matter of great
Sec. 7. All vessels to pay pilot- Mandando, sera obligado a pa gar una upon policy
bound from this Port shall the more consistent with the politics of the convenience to the reader, especially for
age), pay mnlta Scgun ladescrecion de la Corte que
but if said vessel South, and !having made numerous additionsto future reference, the contents of each
same as vessels entering: tenga conocimiento del mismo. en qua. page
the mechanical improvements of their will be denoted
shall choose to depart without a Pilot,they lesquera soma no siendo ariba de Tres establishment by fitting it out in a new and Inch by appropriate words in the
margin-to
aball be to but half pilotage.Sec. o' la marginal words, a general *
subject cientoa pesos puesto en pricion handsome type, and on a larger sheet and index will be framed
8. All vessels except wrecking ves- por un termino no siendo_ ariba de un better description of paper than heretofore; of Locke's upon the principle !
cla, smacks and vessels under charge of ami." lay claim to, and have been favored with a Common-Place Book, thus
wreckers, entering or leaving this Port large and proportional increase of patron- furnishing to each reader an infallible key

throng the North West passage,and draw- APPROBATORY TESTIMONIALS age, including new subscriptions aaA general to the whole or any particular part which

ing four feet water, or over, shall pay two OF TUB advertising. Within the last year, their he may wish to re-examine the game
dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his UNIVERSAL MARINE TELEGRAPH. list of patrons has been swollen by an accession time suggesting to the espirant after know!
of than Three Hundred Citizens
more edge, a method which if
out if said vessel does not receive pursued, cannot
services; REPORT of the Committee of Observation to which new names are with little tail
him
to produce to incalculable benefits
aid Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; of the Boston Marine Society, to whom exception, almost daily added. The pro -
if a Pilot'does not tender his service outside the of Marine Signals or TelegraphicFlags prietorsin order the better merit that encouragement by an ultimate saving of time and labor -
the bar of the said North-West pas- iystem was referred, having carefully exam- of which, it is equally their tor it is asserted without the fear of

age, than he shall not claim pilotage or ined the Signals, and experienced their utility pride and pleasure,to acknowledge so much refutation that a young man, who will first
half pilotage. at sea, recommend the same to uauticaJ has been received, from their friends and acquire a facility in Short.lIandVriting,
Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall)) Brethren, as being more extensive and easier fellow citizens-have established in connection mid! then proceed to write daily in a Com-
distinguished than Signals they with their office of business, spacious mon-Place Book the here
tender their services to any vessel, the first any upon principles
alongside shall l he accepted, and if refused, have ever seen in use in this country, and Reading Room in which, the chief Public suggested, will)) acquire more useful knowledge
Journals find their and
feel confident that every one who will give way are carefully
the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received them a fair trial, will he convinced that filed from all the States in our Union,-. in one year, than it would be possible
half pilotage. they are very useful and valuable inven- This room is free with all its facilities without for him to obtain in three years, by any
Sea 10. When a Pilot shall discover tions. charge, to all patrons 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 important -
Visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of method of using the Signals in this Harbor, form and upon a fine paper suitablefor principles will be constantly in view

distress be exhibited on one more remote: are fully satisfied that any information that correspondence, carefully collected, First-To select from the great mass of
and Pilot failing to comply with this may be required, may be communicated if with the most correct estimate of the true human knowledge that only which is useful.
any shall forfeit his Branch. received from any vessel (using the Signals I condition of the markets, and put upon the Second-To condense it as far as its
provision approaching the Light-House with the most advantageous; terms to all that come
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the greatest ease, correctness and despatch under this class is also issued from the office practical utility will admit.
Town Council of incapacity or negligence, and that their merits need only to be fully of the proprietors. Their Reading Room, Third-To systematize and arrange the
hall, 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 the Committee of the and masters of vessels trading to this The scanty )limits of a prospectus forbid

by this Ordinance shall be recovered before Boston Marine Society. port. To' *. these improvements, they make (he addition of other considerations in this
daily acnl, affording facilities to the
THOMAS ENGLISH, Sec'y.To place.
the President of the Town Council,allowing man of leisure and business alike hitherto

to the parties, in all instances, an and-Owners of Vetssels. unknown' SIMMS & DU RYEA TEHSIS-For a full course of instructionas
appeal to the Council. Shipmasters No 3 Broad street, Charleston. abovementioned $2 50, payable in advance
Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board The extensive adoption of the Marine fj::j r Subscriptions received at this office or on the receipt of the first three
of a vessel, he shall exhibit his branch, and Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all descriptions numbers! of the periodical.All .
the Union, has render.
also furnish the Muster Command. throughout SOUTHERN REVIEW.
hall or
postmasters are respectfully solicitedto
to establish Agencies in various
ed it expedient
er of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- Seaports, where Regutry Offices are 1 HE subscriber begs leave to inform the act as agents in their respective neigh'borhoods.
public that he has undertaken, for the next
nance. kept for the purpose of entering Vessels three years to publish the : OUTRUN REVIEW l If a postmaster procures but
Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- and furnishing sets of Flags, bignal Books, and to look for his remuneration entirely one subscriber, he will)) be entitled to a gratuitous

tage are allowed : and designating numbers. to the present and future subscription copy of the published system-if
On a vessel drawing 5 feet, $7 00 Ship Masters on their return from Books Seaarerequested either list of $5. As this source has hitherto heen (bur subscribers, to a full course of in.

.. 6" 900 of the to undermentioned tend their Signal Agentsto to have inadequate to defray this expense, he begs truction, or $2 50 from the money coUP
7 1000 l' ave earnestly to solicit the patronage ofthose ed and in like for
inserted therein, all the new entries ofdesignaticg ; proportion a greater or
8" 1200 numbers which may have odcurred who think the Review worth} of public less number of subscribers-that is to say

9" 1360 during their absence, and are porticularlj The support.subscriber has associated John B. Irving a commission. of twenty per cent for hue
-
'c 10" 1500' desired to bew their designating numbers Esq. with him in the publication ol the services. Those who wish for a more full
It" 1650 when entering or departing from the Port, Review, who will conduct the correspon- explanation, or to see a specimen of the

12" -800 of Portland, Boston, New-York, Baltimore dence, establish agen :ies, collect and receive page, type, &c. to be used, may no doubt
,. 13 1950 Charleston and Sand Vessels conforming subscriptions, 'uid attend to all the )>a gratified by calling on postmasters, who
their will bt
to this particular re-
,. business transactions of the Review
have
14 2300 ,excepting been generally supplied with an intro
ported by the Telegraph.
c the typographical department.The .
15" 2700 duction to the system above referred to.
AG ENTS.
subscriber has
the satisfaction also
"
16" 3200 The issuing of
: LEMUILMOOPY, to announce that Hugh S. Legare, Esq (to numiK-rs will commence
17" 3600 Observatory, Portland. whom the Review has hitherto owed bo early in July, from and after which, each
11 18 4000 Joint It. PARKK.R, much' ] has consented to be associated with new applicant will be supplied, at the time

4 19" 4500 Observatory, Boston. the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the litenry of subscribing: with a perfect set from the
c' 20"' 5000 JOHN GHEE, department of this journal.The l-eginning.
21 5500 Telegraph the Battery, New-York. subscribers who are still in arrears The
u 22! 6000 THOMAS NELSON, will be pleased to make payment to J. B. O publisher of any newspaper oe
23" .6600 Exchange, Baltimore. Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will public journal, who will give this Pros|>eo
u 24" 7000 JAMCS M. ELFOHD, pal their subscriptions likewise to him, uhe his a conspicuous insertion, and forward a
Charleston. is alone authorixed to receive them. copy of the paper containing it shall
Src. 15. When a Pilot shall be detain- THOMAS EASTIN, A. E. MILLER, reive a regular series of the re

cd on board any vessel after she has arriv Key W ftt. No 4 Broad street, Charleston. lectures without other charge.contemnuled.


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