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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
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Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
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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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VOL. !. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1831. NO8.:

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: t And her white canoe I soon.shall see, and the name of the youthful her ,me was eluded tho old lady, lifting up hot hand in
And her paddle I soon shall hear-
THE GAZETTE. promised in addition these
timbellish-
a attitude "and there he
despairing sot
Long, and loving, our life shall be; ,
Edited by And I'll hide the maid in a ments. This was no common horn-it and sot, and sot!" ,
U. B. STRODE & L, M. STONE, When the footstep of death cyprus-trec is near!" wa!shed from the head of a living bull -

.And published on every Wednesday by no ordinary occurrence-(and it is currently From Pearce's. Travels in Abyssinia.
Away he wends to the Dismal Swamp:
credited that
a living cow's horn
T. N. JEFFIIEVS. His path was rugged and soar- can Strange FemaleJirorvrr..-Pearce sires
Through tangled juniper-beds of reeds- cure sundry diseases;) I have since heanl an account of arrange disorder to which

TF.RMS-.i. per annum-payable in Through many a fen where the serpent feeds, the damsel wind it long and loudly myself; the Abyssinian women arc'subject, and of
advance. And man_ never trod before! with the same horn she cracked the collar the still more elrangr' cure. He was him-
Advertisements inserted at one dollar bone of lad when ho first
a made love to self
And when onHbe, earth he sunk at first a little incredulous; and when
fof the first insertion and to sleep--
per square fifty her and said "Him that
marries shall
me his
wifo
If slumber !his knew own was seized with the disorder
cents for every succeeding time, till ordered eye-lids blaw o1 this hornnnd ,
to bo stopped. lie lay where the deadly vine doth weep what woman prophecies he tried, as the ordinary .remedies nre cx-
Its venomous tear and nightly steep of that kind she com nonly bringsto perImivethe more intelligiltt.nnoora liorso-
!: .- The flesh with blistering dew! pass. On the other side of the fire, appeared whip,but without success. "'('hi"' is R vo'

POETRY. And near him the she-wolf stir'd the brake, others of fraternity: pursuing: a ry wonderful disorder, which,cannot passover
['romhe German of$: |'tiUer. And the copper-snake breath'd in his car: more noisy occupation-repllaril1g fractured in silence, though the reader may
TilE EXILE. Till ho starting, cried, from his dream kettles, and copper saucepans, and cementing i think it fabulous and >Jinilous; yet we
Fresh: in the morn is life living breeze awake sand clasping glass and china. have accounts of something the same
And tho sun beams bright "Oh! when shall I sen the dusky lake. Nor did they lack tools for defence, as wellas kind 'M the New Testament, which the
Tro' the swaying arms of the dark fir-trees; And the white canoe of my dear!" for trade. Against the wall lay several priest nnd learned mel Abyssinia believe

. And tho tops of the mountains, He saw the lake-and a meteor bright, long and rusty swords, five or six dirks or to be the same complaint. This -
J; The forests, the fountains, complaint -
Quick over its surface knives, and a couple of good fire-locks.
: Redden and glow in a purple light. played is called tfgrcticr; ,it is more common
U\VeleQmel"-ljo .lid-limy dear one's Gins, and traps, nets,and fish-spears were
The lark is abroad on her airy wing; among the women than among the
liguiPA l '
in
And the wakened woods with melody ring. And the dim sliarq echoed for a night 'I abundance. Each man was armed witha men The tigrcticr seizes the body us if
many
and
--.Blessed! be the hour early fight! The name of the death-cold maid-! long cut thrust knifesheathed in his with a violent fever, and from that.turns to
coat sleeves when ho went abroad. A dagerof
\V hen meadow and stream ;- a lingering sickness,'which.reduceg patientsto
Till'
.. be hollo'vcd a boat of tile birchen bark, thisdcscription with a brace of old
With beauty gleam, .' skeletons. and often kills tlintn._ ..if the...
%Yfticjx carried him off from the --- -- -
And the grass in touched with a silver white! Far followed that shore: fashioned silver mounted pistols, depended- relations cannot procure the proper remedy.
When the smallest leaf on the fruit-tree top The wind was high-the meteor clouds spark were--dark- from the girdle of the chtefiam. They During this sickness their speech is chan
Is a beautiful nest where the pearl reposes; amounted to fifteen in all-seven men kind
And tho boat returned.. no more! fred to a of stuttering which' no one
When showers of gems from the branches, *:> three women, and five children/1 understand but
can afflicted
those! with lie
drop But oft from die Indian hunter's camp,
And the Zephyrs chat and play with the This lover andmaid; so true, same disorder. When the relations'.hud
roses! Are seen at the hour midnight damp, A TIRESOME; GUEST. the malady to be the real tiyretier, they
To crtos* the lake by a fire-fly lamp, join together to defray the expenses ot curing -
Light: smoke.curls high o'er the city's'aU, Sedet cterniitnqno sedet.-VIRGIL.Ho .
And paddle heir white. canoe! it; the first remedy they generally attempt -
Steed are neighing in valley and stall. sits-and will forever sit!
And tho early birds are far away, -. _,_ o__!!!.!!!! is to procure assisl4uceot'1I.lfonrllt.d
There is belonging to tho race of hu. Doctor, who roads the Gospel of St. John .
To bathe their wings in tho dazzling ray. IvnSC: : ( ,
ANBOU3.
Joy'to every thing beside : : man bipeds a sort of troublesome: ; beings, and drenches the patient ,with cold .water

Woe And ill to myself betide. From Blackwood's Magazine. who, setting no value on their own lime, daily, for the space of seven days, an application -
Peace for me is-whercl O, where! A iYPSY care very i little how much they trespass on that very often proves fatal. Tho
Iit'the grave-and only there! ENCAMPMENT. that of their more industrious neighbours. most effectual cure, (hough far more .extwnsiro -

The morn may waken brightly "The patriarch conducted me into the They are a sort of stay-forever persons than the: former is as follows:
And purple tower and tree; very middle of his establishment; and who having talked over the whole world at flit relations hire,for a certain sum of mo

And evening air breathe lightly, there I beheld a scene of a new and a singular one silting, commence again and talk it ncy, a band of trumpeter| drummers, and
While men sleep dreamingly; kind. A large fire flamed and plowed over anew, from beginning to end, before fifers, and buy quantity tUquor then
;
But in moms first blush will the death-flower in the bottom of a turret destined to I they are ready to take their hate la a all the young men and women ,assemble at

bloom, contain the future stair and though the word, they sit, and sit, and sit, long enough tho patient's house to perform the following .
And the night breeze sweep o'er my dream- 'hour was late, wood had been heaped onwith'nn to fully justify the motto just quoted.
lass tomb! most!! extraordinary ceicmom : I mice.
unsparing hand. The akin of a Besides their disposition to hang on, thereis was called in.by a neighbor to see his wife,
sheep, lately separated from the fat carcase about these
THE MANIAC'S SONG. generally persons a wonderfu a very young woman,and of whom ho was
Rod which bore the mark and bun of Cur- hebetude, a slowness at taking a hint fond who had the
They say he deeps in this lonely place. very rnisfortuncto be afflicted
.... In this silent house of stone; san Colliesun fair and legibly upon it, vas unparalleled with the rest of the human with thus disorder;-and the man

And that none shall see the pale-pale face hung on the wail; the skins bi f several race To givo'a single instance of this being an old acquaintance of mine,und.always -

Where sorrow runs its briny race, hares were hung beside it; nor did I fail sitting propensity, we will introduce tIle a close comrudo in the camp, I went

But she whom he loves alone, to observe a brace of fat ttirkies, and a 'half- story of a plain spoken old lady from this every day, when at home, to sec her,,hut I
But she whom'Le'lores alone. a-dozea plump pullets, which but the eve- and of stead) habit : could not hoof any'service to her, though

And I hear the young, and the fair,and gay, ning bef.ro graced the innumerable ro )sts 'I never seed the beat of that 'uro Cap- she never refused my ,.medicine. At this

As they pass in the evening dim, of the laird of 'aponcrapia, a qcigbboring tain Spinitout,' said she'would; you believe time I could not understand' a word! oho"

Whisper that I shall no longer stay, gentleman, eminently skilled in the whole it, he called at our houfw last evening jest said,although she talked freely nor could
But pas like the sainted soul away, domestic mystery of hatching, feeding, fattening as had done milKing, and wanted to bor- any of her relations uuderatandrhcr. She

To To- bloom bloom 'forever forever with with him him., strangling. dressing, and finally de- row my brass kittle for his wile to make op- could not hear the sight of a hook or priest,

vouruig, all denominations ojt carcasses ple-sace in. O yes,says I,she may have it for, at the sight of cither, she struggled,
Then flowers that blossom and stars that shine that carried feathers, with the exception, I in welcome, Captain tipinitout; and I went and was apparently slzcd.Vilb. acute a"o-

And waters that cool.the dell, have heard,of the raven and the owl. Oi: directly and fetched it out of tho back ny, and a flood of tcar ,!ikc blood,min; 'led

]Your For hence care far to others bolier'jos I'now are resign mine-, the floor,elevated by layers ot boughs and room, and set it down beside him. Well, with water, would pour down bur fuco

- Stars, waters, and flowers, farewell! sheaves of straw, out of which the barn- presently our tea"as ready,and I could'nt I from her eyes. She had lain three monthsin
Stars, waters, and flowers, farewell! rnan'a flail !had not removed the corn, for do no less than ax him to take tea with us. this lingering state, living upon Fet little

they were abstracted from new shorn field, O no, he said, he could'nt stay a minute; that it seemed not enough
The following wild, but touching, and were made six or eight beds, plentifully but, however, he concluded he'd take a man body alive. At last her 'husband' aureed .
'highly descriptive piece from Moore-and heaped| with blanket: and covered with drink of cider with my husband, and so he to employ the usual remedy, and uft
it is said to be one his happiest efforts-was those thick and ample wool quilt,for which did. Well, after we'd done tea, took my ier preparing for-the.maintenance of ,be

written during his tour through this country. the moorland looms of tho rf.mquhar were knitting,and worked till I thought it high hand, during time time it would take-Jo. *'rf.

' 11' bf'lrdbO original cirrprnstanccs of the onc,9 iwi.ccvbrated.!: | ; From beneath these.peeped time honest people should be a-bed. lJut feet tho cure.he borrowed JYoro -all Us ," ;;

:3tit gehd k while CV, on a >visit'rfcoMintr'near to' Col. Hamilton'Norfolk,, ,.' nut a variety of heads Jargo. and Contain, Spinitout had forgot hut hMrry Mig11bW1 tlw-iv.ilf'l" IJtnno\cftts.\ hllon.; .. .1
wVtJw fl :
Yap Tbo 'f ctl.'as, related to iiiui, .tt+are jittle, and their thick masses of sooty andcairlirig'Lackit : &rd there lie was still t setting and talking : ''f\d !her I lc is, andam,". 'with lh ,

tiletr?' Some eighty itr tiinety years ,since, ;ivcie not incominod i at,yclip* '' .W'.th-nu... baod ," r.t.u.eyer. J .iatu ,;.U &Y'"r"it: 'lumii'itimtttaauct: n 'to-pLAy.i .

n Dismal Swamp, were engaged to be married BtVdrthy glances! and the tawnicd look, help hinting to the Captain that it WM: getting .J the'eouchj end i about two minutesafter
; but, on the night fixed on for the consummation told of an uncorrupted race of gypsies; a late and may be his wife was waiting tho had
trumpets began to sound I
of their nuptials, and while the laugh! at consternation circulated for ,
my speedily the kittle. but he did'nt seem to take observed her nhnulders 'begin to move and
ceremony was actually proceeding the from lair to lair, the lesser heads allducking the hint at all there he and and ,
sot sot
bride, in all the loveliness of youth, and soon afterwards head and breast, and, in
beauty, and apparent health-dropped deadat below the covers, or peeping out, sot! Jess.than a quarter of an hour,she sal upon
her lover's feet! It was supposed she as, the mirth- -- rose or subsided. The rest of Finding that words would'nt have any her couch. 'rite wild look the had, thd

had been poisoned by a former lover, who the establishment presented no objects of effect, I next rolled up my knitting work, sometimes she smiled, made me draw off
was at wedding. At all events havingthe repose,and.it appeared to me that tho portion set back the chairs, and told tho gals 'twas to a greater distance, being almost alarmedto
cup thus dashed from his very lips, the of the tribe who dedicated their la time to go to jed. Dut the Captain did'nlmind sec one so nearly a skeleton move with
unfortunate young man became quite deranged bours to sunshine were now in their place the 'hint no more than if it had been such strength her head neck shoulders!
; ,
when -he roaming had broken through from the confinement wilderness,, of slumber, while the minions of the moon the bite of a flea-but there ho sot,and sot, hands, and feet, all made a strong ,motion,

several days and nights tOg'tther-singing were exercising their calling under the and'-sot!. to the sound of the rnusicand in this manner .

snatches of wild and affecting melodies, beam. of their patron planets. 'l'sso brawy Well, next I pulled off my shoes and she went on by degrees until she stood
which he had composed himself and with nod smoky personages sat beside a reck- roasted my feer, as I commonly do jest before upon her feet on tie floor. Afterwards

out any other food than insects and wild ng cauldron of water pursuing the art going to bed; but the Captain did'nt she began to dance, and, at times, to jump
berries. 'His continual inquiry was"where and calling ol manufacturing ram-horn mind it no more than nothing a tall-there about, and at laM, as the music and noise
bad they buried biB love!" Some of the familrperuars "poons. Nor did they confine their laboursto ho sot, and sot, and sot! of the singers increased, she often
jestingly, as lie was always the wrinkled and crooked horns of the I then sprang|
kivered
asking them-told him "''in the Dismal up the fire, and thought he three feet from the ground When the mu-
Swamp." He recollected it: Getting rams; the green and transparent horns of could'nt help taking the hint( ; but la sirs! sic slackened, she would appear quite out
the heifer, and the huger and darker daggers he did'nt take no notice on't at all not the
of
loose soon afterwards, be was tracked far temper; but, when it 'became louder
into the Swamp; at length, all trace of him of the bull, alike demanded the application least grain in the world-but there he sot, she would smile and be delighted. During
was lost, and he was never heard of again. of their craft. Nor were their productions and sot, and sot! this exercise she never showed the

There is much superstition in regard to this confined to time table of the far- Think says I you're pretty slow at takinga least symptoms of being tired, though the
tradition,among the inhabitants\living im- mer and the peasant, they appeared in their hint, Captain Spinitout; so I said plainly musicians were thoroughly exhausted arid
mediately on the borders of the Dismal most laboured and delicate shapes the that I it ;
on thought was bed time-speaking i when they stopped to refresh themselves
swamp: Among other tales, they say that sideboards of country lairds, and even toons. always to husband but I '
the spirits of this couple are still seen on my seas thought by drinking and resting a little she would
the Lakewhich, is in the middle of the Dismal : Others of the tribe polished and or- the Captain could'nt help taking it to I him 'I discover signs of discontent. Next day,
Swamp, "paddling a white canoe." namented the shafts and the mouths of the self-but la,it did'nt do no good at all-for according to the custom in the cure of this

The runaway negroes, too, who seek refugein spoons, but the chieftain himself was the there lie sot, and sot, and sot! disorder?she was taken into the urrket
.
the Swamp, tell many a wild legend of only person present who could inlay them Seeing there' was no likelihood of his place,where several jars of matte or tntgt
'wailing and mournful music" floating over with silver ornaments, make a clear toned going home, I axed him if he would stay were set in order by the relations to give
the waters of this gloomy Lake: whistle in the shaft of a punch ladle, or all night. O no, he said, he could'nl pna- drink to the musicians and dance ,. Wfiea
'L-AKE OF THE DISH \L SWAMP.
-"They made her a grave too cold and damp, fashion a horn into .harvest bugle. In- sibly stay a minute, so, seeing there was the crowd had assembled, and the musicwas
Fora soul so warm and true! :I deed my appearance had interrupted his la no use in saying any thing, I went to bed. ready, site tF..s brought forth, and be-
And she is gone totLe Lake of the Dismal bours at a long and very beautiful horn Out, la, would you think it, when I got up gin to dance Mid throw 'herself into the
Swamp, which be was preparing as a present: to the in the morning,as true aa I'm alive, there maddest postures imAginable. and in this

Where all night long, by a 6rc-! lamp, daughter of a neighboring laird; it Will to was Captain Spinitout setting jest where I manner site kept on the whole day. Towards
She paddles her white canoe! line a baud and a mouthpiece of silver, left him the night before-and there" con evening she began to let fail the eil


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authorised to appoint subcommittee TRICK, and through him to SUCccf'din',,
bo
vcr ornaments from her neck, arm, and cow went on board : market Among some forty with whether they*, to prqxuo and; report.memorials i- .Legislalot-'tnafttiC: PEOPLE. hare cl:

at a time, so that in the course or fifty others, chiefly people, think necessary tpromoto to 7on
less, ono had.arrived,hot &c. na they may ,rave sirficicnt! judgment tlll'i
beeves pigs anti'pouttry
she' tripped of-eye ry tlnl Convention.On .
of .
of thrc2J1mLS was: ; .
tho objects dud iiuJependcttec
to
of the.'veritable 101 rd'on'd interests, maintain
article.Fw'rela' # continually kept in pursuit h>s on going Mr Gnllattn the
of ,
:
nt\efhot tl $o danced to,Pjck'op the or- master of Stumpy Irimself; \wbo com- motion recess: ,of ono hour, to give them!-Advance to tho pollslirmnssand \\ilh|
ton
the tion agreed
all cattle
rcconoitrc
nmiC:: itS > itDncrwants ei1Vircd them to mcnccd a general General Committee limo to prepare a let each man a, lc rntcr
the instant his the
boardsiml it at
was
the owricas from whom they were borrow on remember that he ctrikei ,
tit
his vote fur
of ,
.. Stumpy that the
' "'cd. As the sun went down, she made a eye first lit on ,, eye report. Convention called
start with such swiftness that the fastest: Scapegrace fell on him-where he stood At two o'clock the behalf of the General CIIMIACTER rf the comnunihttthrch ;:.

her and with mouth and eyes immovably ri- to order. On helices!!!
with
runner could nat come up agape Gallatin reported the following l-
when' at the distanceof about 200 yards; ; vetted upon what; had bcen..Stumpy, but Committee, Mr. which were adopted : HOXKS'iTS.:
resolutions
if shot. Soon I what wAs not Stumpy note-by more than ;
rape dropped a'sudden, as to the = ==-.
Itatohcd, That an nppcal peoplcof !--L--- -- --
immediatelysuspected
afterwards,,A young man, on coming up : two reetat least. Scapegrace the United States, setting forth theevils '

with her, mod a match lock over her body, I the nature:' of this gaze, and also and inequalities of the existing tariff, _..._--KT .
and struck her upon the back'with the the character of the gazer-and fearing a modification of

broad side of his large knife, and asked her recognition of the parties, from a.closer inspection and rcdommemling such the a of reveflue .
answered when i in -ho boldly walked up to the Jet i it as may conform to purposes Wr.DNr.SD.AY, DC., "JG, 10 Jl.Irt .
the as
which
to; in its onall
namcj and bo impartial operations _.
"Well sir seem particularly -- -- '
her -
of you
sure proof scyman- -
her common senses, a the bo drafted by a committee
of this struck with cow--do you see anything States, of the 1.11h. noticed l
being cured for, during the time tny this Conven our paper we HI! p
;
; m'wife's for the by
? purpose
appointed
mna.y".those! afflicted with it never answer :: remarkable about her "Why wreck: of the Brig Concord, C=lpt. ;\1'((c/\\'IJ,,

their\ Christian name. She was now house'last darling cow night-and Stumpy stold she puts out all of
taken up,jn a very weak condition and and.car- cow on me-as ifhad staid the cow! gross of the United States, soliciting from the Torttigas Shoals. Goods' valued nt ii|1"-
baptized
rie4 fiorao, and thename priest of came ihe Father, Son, Any how the OOIlSC'is too hot for-me till 1 I that body a modification of the present ta- ,wards of 15,000 dollars, in a partially danir

I' ',,hcr,again.in Ghost which coremon concluded find her (}ariiTUie'thief smiled at Mho hen rill, so as to render it adequate to the expenses aged state, were saved from that vessel :aiiu
and Holy and equal all to this under the charm Ir
Lcc.cure." pecked'ail l altogether Jerry Sneakish aspect of government, upon brought place

I of the husband;) and'that: arc cow is i portions of the country, be also prepared.The Edward Clover, Keeper of the Toittiir.:.=

\ is like another I following resolution was then offered and lihcllcd him"for
sahajrr.
LNTELLIGBNCE'EXTRAORDINARY. jist as like ours as one pea light, were by :

,,. .; contain saving that our cow's: tail was only so.long; : On Friday last, the United States Court :.it

The English newspapers often and then this one has a look out of her RcsohcJ, That so much -of the report( this! place, decided the cause, and decreed
of the movements amuscmcnts -
", ridiculous notices Committee relates to an
de- ns
like mine-a kinder: of the General
of the children countenance 'jist I to the hhcllant 750 dollars besides ex
and
, nonsenses centish genteel look-anti" here the Jer- address to the people and a memorial to
.characters. In a -fate penses. Many persons were under the impression -
_ "of distinguished that committee for
" : walked round and fixed his dead, Congress, be referred to
London the following paragraph up. scyman the that a much ltrg'er.sum 1\'ouhlllavc
paper, and reporting
.lack-lustre eye upon the cow's tailand the purpose of preparing
. pcared. i I. ''hen,"said he "if her toil was off jist thar,, same to this Convention. been allowed for salvage, and some thought

;. ,"The eldest son of Sir Robert Peel, a his hand the spot--and which Tire gentleman who'oiTcicil I this resolution that. least 5,000 dolls would be given; but

.Hoe boy between nine and ten years of age;, (made laying the thief start upon with apprehension for stated that he made it as well for the the reasons assigned by his Iionoc. Judge

and heir to perhaps, one of the largest under fortunes the detection of the spliced tail) 1 could purpose of saving time, as under the belief Webb,m his opinion, fordecrcciagao small
is at
in the kingdom, present, ,
thief the member of the General Committee -
that
: The
tuition otlle Rev. Dr. Everard, at the swat she was our, cow. was an Amount, were perfectly satisfactory! to
t
,
o of the reverend gentleman sorely perplexed-however, with inimitablepresence had already had an interchange ofopinion us, find we believe, were equally so to most
select academy ,,
' of mind he slipped to the cow, upon the subjects of the Convention -
'Sir Robert and Lady Peel up persons who heard the opinion delivered:
. Brighton. ,,
near I
,1 out of the and \vcro fully competent to nenaro
elbowed the Jerscyman WilY ,
about a fortnight ago, proceeded to Urigh0 They were founded principally upon the
-I The being touch
he severed the tail at a single wipe, about : both addresses. question '
ton,for the of visiting their young Messrs. Carter impolicy of placing temptations within tlio
purpose half an inch above the splice, so that it : a division was called for, when -
1, heir. Mr. Lawrence and Lady Jane Peel, I would bleed and throw it,into the rh'cr-I and Everett were appointed tellers, reach of r..ig House Keepers, which might
)
,,''who is sister to the Duke of Richmond, are that an inducement, either to .
v and he felt safe now-for,there hung the who reported tile resolution was car operate a neglect

. ,residents at Brighton. that I bleeding stump,and there went the bloodytail ried, 117 gentlemen voting in the aflirmative. of duty, or to sucli acts ns would probably 1
_ The New Magazine
Monthly ,
says
down the.river. "Now," exclaimed he lead vessel into the very difficulties

:> nothing is wanting-amd- to facilitate in children the but progress'of fash- with matchless impudence"will you swear Mrt Poindexter, of Mississippi, and a against which their lights ore intended to

conceit vanity of this character., to the; cow?' "N- -no!-but what d'ye gentleman from Maine, also ottered tesolu- card. We will give tlmcoptnion entire in

t'<'jonablo intelligence ax for !her?" "Fifteen dollars." "Fish- tions. Those of Mr. Poindexter invoked our next.

Adolphus, : guts and penny winkles!-then here's at ye! a pledge on the part of the Convention in The Urig with the remainder of her cur-
ju his and paying the thief]] which their lives, fortunes and sacred hon
out
pulling purse
key on the Hove load. His Lordship seemed [ scale in effort go,which we noticed in our last as having
wife wont know the difference-it arc a ours were thrown into the an
in excellent health'and ( and fell the Union been towed into port by the Fishing smacks,
mutilated
Laving fact [and he cut his eye at the preserve-and perpetuate ,
.. off surprisingly seldom. made a has also been libelled for'ah'n and the
cow] she's as'much like Stumpy as-can be; also a resolve that all laws regulating labor c,
Mrs. Lollypop's
b purchase.of some gingerbread at no difference at all, at all-narthing to ? by penal enactments.or,by bounties, are i inconsistent case is now nudcr adjudication. .
of sweets Lord Adol-
repository speak of; and then fifteen dollars for sucha with the principles of a free government .c>- :.

1 phus Spindlcshanks returned to DoctorwTufthunt's 'cow is dogchealand! then-he, he, I and a 'palpable violation of the Among other materials landed here (rein
o'clock.
dinner 7
to an early and at 'the Marruiis shall! get a bliss instead of a drubbing!*'- _rights.of the people of the United Slate?. a late'wreck, wo=i>ickcd up 'adrift a Bill
of Drumstick
>' -*Tho Duke and away he went, almost tickled to death Also, that the object of the Constitution is from ceitainTJoolcsellcrs in New York, to
knelt down to a match .
> of Trundlehoop Tues- at the idea of cheating the thief and escaping to define the powers of the government, to I their agents In New Orleans, to which was
,- of marbles,at a quarter past ten on limit the of the and "
his'betpmatc"s'eqgeance. acts majority, protect '' appended thefijllowibg': otc. .'
:'lulay, I last, the 16th. ult. His grace was turned off Scapegrace the of the minority. Also, that the' .
observe it was "fine fun. Lord As the Jcrseyman rights 'We put in a copy for an Editor, p1c .so
i"heard to hand in.to hU fob and his law of passed 19th May, 1823
thrusting Congress, '
turns his right-hand sleeve havc'lt! puffed, and send us a paper Containing -
i Trundlehoop up looked after him ,With the of American Manufactures
in his check, for! protection '
the Duke does not and 'his tongue the mail. .We willdoas mucUforyou.
z'"at long-taw- puff by --
phiz, which,for the mingled expression.of ; &c. is unequal in its operations on
excellently
his "
t dribble but plays ;
marbles grace '
; and interests of the is .
contempt, impudence, arch-cAnning the great nation--- opposed -
'
nevertheless. have been fit and 1'hisls a secret,in the art Tjiooliselling
Dun'derhead's in his wagishncss, would a subject to agriculture, commerce navigation .
<' "1'he.Earl TufthuntVia progress something for the inimitable pencil of Ilogar th. recognizes and imposes a system of which v-c were not up to We can uowreadily
Doctor
studies at His is but fourteen unjust taxation, which cannot and ought account for the encomiums which
wonderful. Lordship be tiibmittcd to when aV. hope lavished tho vile trash which is
with the CONVENTION.This not to of redress arc upon
of age, and roads Ovid help FREE TRADE .
years is abandoned. dlily'omitcJ forth the llud.o .
Commerce. upon
uf adictiouary.-Jour. of assembled at Philadel.
Convention
The resolutions, of which the above is +o- '

JERSEYMA"N' STUMPTAIL'D'COW. phia on Friday, the 30th ult. 165 members the substance, it was proposed to refer to The weather at his place, for some tithe
Barbour of
rUE -Hon. P. P. .
were present. Governor Miller
the General Committee
elected Presi past has been remarkably pleasant.-rEinc,
Virginia, was unanimously and another
1Ir. St. John, gentleman spokein
motion of Mr. testy northerly breezes-Thermometer ranging -
: A:few years since,alight-fingered scoundrel d:nOn Saturday, on favor of the reference, which was oppo-

,' just out df tile_ Penitentiary, was pro- Gallatin, a committee of two from each red, on the ground that the resolution referred ; from 75 to 30..0 crngratulatc our

ceeding to that great mart of the fraternity, State, were appointed to report generally might be considered as being instructions fellow citizens, upon the uninterrupted

Philadclpia, when-he was overtaken by on objects to which the attention of the to the Committee. health, which we have enjoyed, during tho

night, and sneaked into a New-Jersey far- Convention ought to consists be directed.of the following Mr. Chcvcs, said, that the question 03 to past summer. There has not been a single -
mer's house. After cleverly getting The Committee tlio constitutionality of the Tariff must
cow
take delegates: From Maine, Joshua Carpenter death by rCr,ilt Key West, in twenty
ho to a would
_warm: in his straw nest, began come up, and if no one else bring
general view of his affairs-ho was near the ,(.; A. Clapp; Massachusetts_ : ,. it before the Convention,ho would performthat two months; in this i P4rrif"'h v-"e maycblcitgc

Delaware, and hadn't a penny for the: fer- doro Sedgwick, IL Leo; Rhode Island, \V.l doty. Ho believed.UiejcsululiQaajof I a competition with the most fa-
I:,, .. New York A, Gallatin (
-M tt.M1 ferrvmen arc an unflinchingryman Hunter; from Mississippi} to be too
our
nQ V i gentleman voured of For
Tin I I country.
,,.,. New ar: lortioJts
*- V .Jimvtoraise t J. A. Smith .
; ,, ,
-\{ man) -" j, whole code of law
tiuwisKWJtivv i ditluse as involving a ;
the world over: ,riwind Thomas this exemption from disease, we arc in some
-
here burgrJ' Vlthakerf Pennsylvania, of the Tariff'
I'msomoxviiat.at: a loss; but with regard to the legality ;
jO the Je eJlDl1n' tine, P. Pope, C. C. Diddle; Maryland, W. as constiucd,according to the constitution, measure, indebted! to tho vigilance of our "

-casting his eye with upon a taiUuur inches long, E. Handy, A. E. Jones; Virginia, J. M. it was a question that must be discussed, Police, and in no ,mall degree, to the active -

fat mulch cow chewing, her cud immediately m Garnett, J. W. Jones; North Carolina, and he was sure there was.no necessity of exertions of Major CLass}LL, in clear?'
that stood and be James Jredell, U. II. Blount; South Caro- its discussion at the present time.
bfhim-his: face brightened, avoiding ing away the undergrowth in the neighborhood
.
front Daniel E.
lina Chancellor Harper, Huger; order know
laugh of exultation, Mr. Berrien said, that, in to
exclaimed with a low M. Uerrian E. S, Shorter of the 'I own. :
John ,
I have it."-but then muttered Georgia, how far the resolutions under consideration
"Od4fidi'but in a lower tone, "Uut Alabama\ E.-Parsons, Thomas Goldsmith; might be considered as instructing the committee How far a strict attention to'cleanliness; ,
immediately
tail-so damn'd conspicuous! Mississippi, George Poindexter; Tennessee he called for their reading. They and proper ventilation may operate in prc- .
the
the tail Aiexandcr Patten.
Vim. E.Butler, the of
and
me!-and how to re- were accordingly read, opinion venting disease it is impossible to determine -
it's certain to betray last 201 Delegates attended ,
he On Monday the Chair being asked for, it1.S given infavor "'
tue"-hcre rose
medy the evil?-lets tip from Maine with there however be
there
number are can
Nicholas would Of this of the reterence, and they were uc- accuracy
St.
from his lair, and, as he took brought his 3-Mas3acii ctt3: 18, Rhode Island ]Newport cordingly rcfcncd. but little doubt, that when local agents arc

have in it, contact the first with step the identical thing itself ] >, New York [city] 23,New Jersey, On motion of Mr. Gallatin and in orderto superadded to the unknown causes of disease

phiz dry cow's hide, with a long sweep Maryland 2, Virginia 34, Pennsylvania South Ca- afford the General Committee time to they have a tendency, to increase in avery
a and [llJila.] 14, North Carolina 1C, the addresses, the Convention adjourned -
prepuc
His sparkled for very joy MISSISbinui its fatality as is evidenced
degree ,
tail eyes Alabama 11, great
assistance of a clear, rolina 41, Georgia G, to meet Wednesday next, at 12
the
to with 4. in Fevers Fevers occurringin
Calling end Tennessee 2, Connecticut o'clock. Hospital -
some
threads
frosty moonlight, a few old gourdsoonhad The Philadelphia Inquirer of Tuesday, close, ill-ventilated situations, in largo
which ho found in an of the Convention <
tar Stumpy' tail spliced in a workmanlike: gives the following proceedings last CXMttlUNICATKDTOR cities or on board: ship. Of one thing we1

.,..... that it could not be easily.de- on Monday : certain that removal of local causes,
UIlU..."..'.'.'-'I.n--'- ----- off and took agood Mr. uallatm, nom the comtntttee appointed TIll KEY WEST GAZETTE are a

tected. lIe now stepp'd tail tit to on Saturday, reported the following To the Citizens of Monroe County: proper vcntilaton, and cleanliness, UiD1 they

look at his handy-work-U another low laugl*-"JJut resolutions; which were adopted: FdloIC-Citicna-1t is with no ordinary may not entirely prevent the occurrence of
committee
"'slid hair-uttering!-,..un this take my t'other car now!-" 1,of Knotted one That from permanent each: State reproBcnted .- pleasure that I perceive the indignation disease-will even during the prevalenceof

however, feint heart never won fair lady! in this I person Convention, be appointed to which has been excited by the plain state an epidemic, mitigate its symptoms, an3t:

So, waiting until near day-break on, their they prepare a memorial to Congress, and collect ment of facts put forth by "ONE OF THE render it comparatively mild We !harts

were oft Scapegrace D& e-arrrvinS and Stumpy at,the ferry and present to that body such evidence PEOPLE." It was no more than I antici- therefore, great encouragement to perscvcwin

way to the immediately invested himself as may be necessary, and attend in cipatcd -it speaks well for the moral sensibilities our exertions-the 1 local causesvhicli]
the rascal and at the next session of Congress, to
phiz gwiky bearing? person promote the objects of such memorial. of the community.Let oporate against us,may by proper means

,SwlSarticulation of a right to take Jersey!him 2. Kesokcd, That the committee bo us not be diverted from our course: be easily removed. The day is not far dint.

bumpkin-told the ferryman and that when he had Directed to ask:: instruction of the Convention Our interests: have been sacrificed, and our taut,when tho prejudices which havQ.Iter r.

over to Philadelphia ana returned, he would pay ,whether they should be limited in their characters traduced!-let us, at the nextc1cction'tc tofore existed against this place Ilpd.j j its-'
his COW making a report, or what subjects -
sold which wu't a.. duty as to Mr. FIT2PA- inhabitants will be Thcro
both for going and coming and; he and his j ought to cnga e their attention, or cb. lesson to : rerso'.qd.:-- orv

rreod to by the fer 1yrnan, -



,

txjoso among who arc determined (o set I I'. Hallast to faster.richr. -to yield which relief promptly ought to LIST OP LETTERS

ties rndtlers" I.ighf..wo earnestly urge Lady's Delight, Carson Jo do. be! and long has been ono great object of Itnnaining in the Post Office at K. lVe:!.
Re(turn Cargo of Soap,&c.to P. C. Greener its gallant exertions, no compensation of .
them, "to go on and prosper." Sloop Portsmouth, Monro 11 days from anv kind should either be asked or received. William Allan Charles Stone,

--.o.o- New Port, R. I. Provisions, &c. to I'. C.. Tho other subject, and our wishes uponit Hdw'd Chandler, '..t L. M. Stone, 4
Free Trade ConefHtion.Thc account (:rcenc. are, that till Congress deem it proper to IiouU LaurctArnosC.. Tift & Co.

ftftho of this which Oct. 21. Spanish Schr. Segunda ',.\n- alter the existing laws concerning punish- Theodore Owcps, Eustace Tenor, 4
meeting important body
drea, Fernandez. Charlotte Harbor. ments in tho Navy, and whenever>so laws John Park,2' John Whitchcad,
will l he f found in our colutnns'to day, is taken Oct. 22. Sloop Cuba, Sawyer, N.York. allow a discretion in the choice of punishments Joshua I). Smith, James Webb, 4.

from the Newpnrt Mercury of the 8th Ballast to master. the first resort, in tho case of offences HENRY S. WA']' UJlOUSl P. M.

Oct. 25. Schr. Ploughhoy, Stover, from by seamen j j" recommended to be always Oct.. 1, icui. c-ir."P. .
The address of the
in tanf. Convention hound Boston. fines of disgrace "
NewOrleans, to had to pecuniary badges C. CREENE/

r y Mr. Itannrcar: the supposed author, in Oct. 20. Sloop Morning Star, Applcman, than to the humiliating practice of whipping Continues to transact I Business.General Agency:
II\1\'ana. nnd that never on tho samo day, by
. a very impicssivo manner.: Sloop Mary Ann, Xiinencs, Havana punishing under an officer's own authority, Goods taken on Storage &c.

-cJ+O-- Oct.21. Spanish Schr.Scgunda Andrea, two offences at once,should the stripes, limited Q3r lie will always bo happy to receive

The Spanish' Schr Soguwla! which arrived 11 avana. by law, be exceeded in number; or and execute all orders in his line of Bust-
Sloop Alert, Fish, do. \>e inflicted otherwise than in tho presence
here the List inst. from
on Friday I Sloop Tickler, Woodward, ,lq. and under the sanction of the commandingofficer ,noes.Key March
cst 28th 1031.
Cliailatlc Harbor, informs, that tho Schr. Sc.hr.I'torida, Rookc, Key A ncJ te. of the vessel or station. 1

riu'jghlioy, Capt. Stoker, i is ashore at Key : Schr. Ariel Bizcul, do. And that, in the case of. offences<< by officers NOTICE.Till .
Oct. '_2. Schr. Dart, Smith, Mobile. which it is hoped their well known
Anclote. The: Plotigliboy was from New Schr. Lady's Delight, Carson do. high sense of duty and honor will prevent : undersigned having established..

Orleans! bound to Baltimore, with a cargo Oct. Co. Sloop Portsmouth, Monro, do. from becoming frequent, a system more remedial at Key West, as a COMMISSION
MUHCIIANT AND GENERALAGIN'1'
Sloop Jackson, of Nantucket bound for should bo adopted, by sentencing to
of Tobacco and Lead. Three Fishing
offers his services to Mil friends
Mobile, passed through the N. W. Passageon a reduction of rank And pay, or to a suspension ,
":macks', and the Sehrs. Florida, Rookc! ,&, the 22nd. from promotion rather than to suspension and the public gei;crally.

Arid, Uizcnl, sailed immediately, in search Oct. '-G. Sloop.John Denison Western, from active service, as persons, unfortunately F. A. BROWNE.
St. Juan DC Los RcmcJios. By O. O'Ha.. guilty of any misbehaviour need April 20, J031:
or the wreck. ra. most the constant discipline of active service lie offers for sale at his Warn llou.sc,
:
.c.-- PASSENGER, and when suspended therefrom arc 30,000 feet White Pine Boards

The Schr. Dart reported in our marine In Schr. Splendid, Capt. Day 11 days left without employment under greater 10,000 first quality Bricks

list, as having sailed from this port, is the from New York, bound to Mobile. E. S. temptations and opportunities for injurious 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef
Becbc, J. Casey, E. Smith" E. P. Miner, indulgence 36 do Navy Bread
?:arne vessel which cleared some time sinco F. Ozzard, G. Moore, J. Setchcll, and M. L1.VI WOODBURY. 10 bags prime Coffee. .

.fiom Charleston, bound to Jamaica, but Myers. -
SAINT VINCENT.Dy THE SUBSCRIBERS
was compelled to put in, at Nassau, N. P. =- his ..
the Honourable
Excellency Right
taken tho Store
VJNG occupied -
recently
. with three feet water in her hold: she was Marshal's Sale. Sir George 'itzgerald Hill, Baronet, HA by Porter Stanard, its tho

condemned at that place, and sold for 400 and in virtue of an order to me, directed Captain General), & Govcrnor-in-Clu'cf, North East end of F. A. Browne's Waro

dollars. BY from the Honourable the Superior in and over tho Island of St. Vincent, House, offer for sale on accommodating

. ,. Court, for tfie Southern Judicial District Ucquia, and such of the Islands com terms, a general assortment of
I i of Florida,'! shall proceed to sell to monly called tho Granadincs, and those DRY GOODS,
Just as our paper was ready for the press, r bidder at the Warehouse of ,
the highest I at the Northward of Carriacou in America GROCERIES and

trac Schr. Ploughboy, Capt.Stover, arrivedat F. A. Browne Esqr, in the Town of Key Chancellor, Ordinary, and Vice- SHIP CHANDLERY.

this jtorf. 'Vltc Capt. reports, that being \Vcst, in said District, on'Monday the 31st Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. GEORGE E. WEAVER: & CO. .
inst. all that of the
of October portion cargo -
ashore some time, and not succeeding in ; ofilia Brig Concord, of Ncw-York, as! PROCLAMATION. Key West April 20,1C31;

getting his vrsscloff the crew deserted him libelled by Edward Glover and as reported .OSrWJIEREAS, front the consequences NOTICE.ANY .

. and took! tho long boat contrary to his orders ns being damaged-consisting of' Dry I of the dreadful hurricane with which ,
Goods, Carpeting, Blankets, Caps Leghorn this Island) and its dependencies were visit- citizen who inay apprehend a DE-
leaving no persons: : but 4lo Mate I Hats Ready-made Clothing &c. and ::: : from the U. State Troops,
ed the
instant
'and Innje3f board after which by I. so much of tho remainder of said cargo as on Thursday morning, llth and deliver him over to an Officer of the
on ; ,
will together be sufficient/ to satisfy a de. it is essentially necessary for their relief Army will be paid tlm turn of FIFTEEN
ihrowm-j overboard 20 1I11<.ls. Tobacco, a crcc of said Court, in favour of said Edward encourage the importation of tho only article I DOLLARS for each Deserter thus cured.

'quantity of Pig Led, and ono anchor and Glover for salvage, &c. &c. of food which bears a duty, namely, J.M., GLAS3JELL,

chain: cable, they succeeded in getting her ftSale to commence nt 9 o'clock in Flour and of such materials as arc re.quiJ Major Commanding..
the forenoon,- -Terms CAST ; to repair the extensive damages Key West, April 27, 1031: Si
afloat, and brought her to this place. The .
I.. M. STONE, which have been sustained in houses,buildings -
Captain and his Mate cannot bo too highly DR. B. B. STROBEL
U. S. Marshal S. District. and sugar works, over the greatest
commended for their untiring exertions in Per P.-I3. PRIOR, part of this colony; 1 do therefore, by STILL continues to Practice his Pro

saving and bringing this vessel into Port Drpt. Marshal.. and with the advice and consent of His in all its Various Branches. .

Key West, Oct. 24, 1831.CIRCULAR. 0 Majesty' Privy Counsel, authorise and require lie also keeps on hand, a constant and
tho Port of Kingstown to bo opened fresh supply of Genuine
PROCEEDINGS COUNCIL. ..
: I OWN .
Oct. 22 1031. : accordingly! for the admission of Flour, Drugs and' Medicines.
Saturday: ,
:Mr. Whitchcad, from tho committee of TO COLLECTORS Git, Ct1 TOMS.TRE1stjriY and of White, Yellow, and Pitch Pine All orders will moot a punctualattention.Key'Vesl,28thA1arcli,1631. .

IjErAfTMEYT: Hoards, Plank, Scantling and Shingles, .
Vinancr, made a repor to tho Hoard, of .
< the intant'stiowing April 5th, 1031. free-of nil Duties payable thereon, until
the State of the Finances to 1st "
9 a balance in up the Treasury, SIll, he' 31st day of December now next ensuing Estate of D. L. Wakeley.ALL .

$ tho Representations been'ml.de.w 4his! of which all Officers of his Majesty'sCustoms j indebted to tho late D. L.
of and
,'on. lint day, $H9 62; stating persons
Department by some of our Consuls, and and all others whom it doth
AIC'II.E1I'' : will please take notice that
available.funds of the Corporation for the
that the of t7vit.FdStates
other
persons crews -shall), or may concern, are hereby required payment must bo made forthwith and, all
\prej3cut quarter, to bo S 148,60. Some merchant vessels have been discharged
to take due notice and to them- having demands on the Estate, will present
I>j ills! were inescnlcdond ordered to be paid. in foreign ports by their oommancn.( selves accordingly: govern them previous to let Dec.next,or be debar-,
On motion of Dr. Strnbel without confplying with the provisions of
cd. II. S. WATERHOU8E, Adm'r.
Given under Hand and Seal Arms
of the of February my ,
tho act of Congress 28th.
Hesolccd That the Ordinance imposing West 27 1831
Key April Ct
penalty; fur shooting'of fire-arms within WO'J. Your attention is;. therefore, at the Government House in Kingstown .
a J specially called to this subject, with a request this eighteenth day of August,
West be THOSE who
:she limits of tho Town of Key (O persons fceldisposctl
increased be
that vigilance exerted -
may thousand hundred and thir
one eight to contribute towards the erection of
4.0 amended as not to extend in its operation to prevent future infractions of the n
Eli 4hctlr Street and that a tyone.Uy CHURCH upon the Island, are informedthat
beyond law; and it ia expected that you will require -
his command
Excellency1: will bo received
..jtakc bednven on the North IJoichydesignatirtphc satisfactory evidence tbaMhcrc has Subscriptions Ly'tb
THOMAS MELVILLE following gentlemen, composing the Com
,
limit, been a strict compliance with the requisitions
mittce for that
Dr. of the foregoing act in each case, before Government SecVy.Duly appointed purpose.
offered
The following! was then by
Hon JAM an Wcon: D. C. PIMHAM, W.
tho bond of the master, required by in this
proclaimed Kingstown, eighteenth
Stipbcl: WIMTEIIEAP, L. M. STONE, ":sqre. Dri.
Resetted, That a committee of Three the first section thereof. be allowed to be day of August, one thousand II. S. WATEIUIOUSK and B. B. 8T OIJEL.

be appointed to draft an Ordinance, levying cancelled.- ) eight hundred and thirty-nneand in the
I am, respectfully,
a tax upon real estate; the proceeds of Your obedient sen-art, second year of his Majesty's Reign. -WE are authorized to announce Col.

tvtiich shall be exclusively appropriated to S. I>. INGHAM, C. D. STEWART, L. M. STON E, as a Candidate for the next

the improvement of too Town of Key Secretary of the Treasury.To Act. Pro. Marshal General. Legislative Council of Florida.

.. the Collector of the Customs.

cst.VIllela was seconded ),y Mr. Browne. NOTICE, WI: are authorized to announce
ORIRRNO..16.IIE.D RICHARD FIT2PATRICK, Fiq. as a
Whitehead stated lljaUn his opinion
hereby given that an Election for a Candidate to represent Monroe County, in
the 'I'own'Cou.ncil. according to tho QUARTERS OF 'rne 'ARMY. IS Member of tile Legislative Council, tho next Legislative Council of Florida.

Act of Incorporation, had no,right) to levy ADJUTANT GE.NEHAI OFFICE, from Monroe county, will be held on the

; uch, a tax; and fHOall amendment to Washington, May 5tb* 1831. first Monday in November, 1831, at the following OFFICE Or THE

the Resolution: directing the committee to TT having been reported to the Nar Department places, to wit; BRITISH YJC&CONSULATE,

inquire into.the expediency of the measure; that contrary to the provisions AT IEYVESTat the Room occupiedby And Agent for lloyd, London, and tho

when it was, uf the act, entitled An act to regulate the City Council. Judges of Election Association of Underwriters, Liverpool,
That committee of Three trade and intercourse with the Indian :
ItrsolpcA
a
the frontiers W. II. Shaw NO. 3, tn0NT-5Tf El T.
Tribes, and to preserve peace on ,
TJO appointed to inquire into the expediency ," approved March the 20th, 1802, several F. A. Browne, Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock ... M.

of levying a tax upon real estate, the pro- white persons,with the intention thereto II. S. Watcrbousc. tf Key'Vest,20t1s April, 1831

Cerds of which shall bo exclusively appro- scttlo themselves, have entered into tho A'r INDIAN KEY-at the Store House

priated 'to the improvement of the Town of country set apart and allotted to the several occupied by Thomas Gibson. Judges of SOUTHERN REVIEW.
Key West, arid to draft an Ordinance in rc- tribes of Indians, established beyond the Elections
TilE subscriber leave to inform the
Tation thereto limits of the States, under treaties made Silas Howe, begs
Messrs; Strobe), Browne and Greene, with the said Italian Tribes by the United Ede Van Evour, public that he has undertaken EouTitcitN for the next
the REVIEW
to
three publish -
States: the Commanding! officers of tlio-ee- Joseph Prince. years
'"ff're appointed the committee I the frontiers enjoined to and to look fur his remuneration en- .
veral arc
The Council then adjourned sec that posts the on provisions of the act above al- \' NEW RIVEN-at the house of Wrn.Cojlcy. tirely to the present and future subscript-"
I IJ Judges of Election: has hitherto teen
list of As this source
II. S. WATURUOUSE, lulled to be enforced ;in relation to the removal $3.
Wm. Cooley, inadequate to defray this expense, be begs
CMc.MAURI ,>f the said unlawful settlers, takingfor *
I their guide in the execution of the said John Duboce, leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of

__ .. duty, the act above referred to. Lewis F. Breaker.By those! who think the Review worthy o(pub.
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ED, lly order of ALKXAftDEU MACOMII, order of D. C. PINKIIAM, lie support.
At Sant Key, by Win. }'rc3n.l sq. Capt. Mai. Gen. Commanding the Army, Presiding Justice The subscriber has associated John B. Irving -
in the of tho
Monroe with him publication
Alexander Thompson, cA' New York, to R. JONEHIf. County. ,Esq.
Miss Mary J. W iDnell,frum rVcdericstown, C- Adj. Geo. JOEL YANCEY, Review, who will conduct the correspondence and .
collect
Clerk. establish agencies, re
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DEVAUTMEXT, l
KEY WE8"l'SEG.'R the
department.
Sept. 20, 1831. { typographical
JMARINE The subscriber has the satisfaction also
INTELLIGENCE Sin In of recent occurrences MANUI'ACTOBY,
,- consequence
I to announce that Hugh S. Legarc, Esq (to
I I in the service, your attention is invited W. II. WALL take this opportunity of whom the Review has hitherto owed to
to two subjects,where the laws now regulate Public that be has establish consented to be associated with
TOUT 0V KEY: WEST? the and uf all concerned informing tho much) has
v right power at Key l Vest. Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the lite-
; but where there i is still vested in officef i-d A SCOAU MANUFACTORY

"ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. a discretion, in the exercise of which it lie import for this purpose, the very best riry The department subscribers pf who this ire journal still in arrearswill

Pet 21. .SIoop Dread, W. C, Park Ha may be desirable! to them to know distinctly Tobacco from Havana.Scgara bo pleased to make payment to J. 11.
tala: ''Fruit to !\ the wishes uf the President and of this DC of tho lost quality, and of every Irving, E q. and the new subscribers will

Sloop .Alert J. Fish do, Ballast: tot partment description may be bad at his establishment their ".ILlcrlptionllikewuo to him, 34
: stcr. Ono of those subjects and our wishes up. @3r All orders in tho above lino will he pay is alone authorized to receive them.A.EMILLE .

Stoop Tickler, Woodward,do, Fruit to on it are, that when any portion of the Navy meet the earliest attention, !',
furnishes relief to American vessels; ,
Master. Broad street Charleston.
No 4 ,
March J t 3J. j
Oc:. C*. Scfcr. Dut, Smith, Nassau, N- whether wrecked or otherwise in distress, ,

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ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive ORDINANCE 1 I. AMERICAN

Three Dollars for every such day. Constituting a Committee of Finance.Be Stenographic Academy.

: the Town Council, pass: Sec. 16. Any Pilot; applying for fl it ordained by the President and BY M. T C. OOUtD.
Branch, shall, at the time ho obtains the Members of the Town Council of Key No. C North Eight Street, Philadelphia.

ed Oct. 15, 1831. same, pay into the ands of the Treasurer West, That from and after the passing of THE Propie'or of this establishment has

t '_ TEN DOLLARS, also o'ne Dollar to the Clerk this Ordinance, two Members of tho Board, visited the principal cities, towns, and col-
.' ORDINANCE. 8. for issuing the same. to be designated by the President from time leges in the United States, as a Reporter,

To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. !7. All Ordinances and parts of to time, shall constitute a Committee of and as a Teacher of Stenography, and i b

Be U ordained by the 'Council of the Ordinances: militating against this Ordi- Finance.Sec. now induced, by the solicitation of numerous )

Town'of Key West, That when,:any per nance, are hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. 2. Be it further ordained, That respectable individuals, in3Wnll:,
son shall be desirous of having situation' it shall be the duty of the said Committee parts of tho country, to prepare a plan for
of Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall present 9. to examine and audit all bills or accounts communicating a knowledge of his art to

to the Council a written petition; whereupon Regulating the introduction sf Foreignersinto presented against the Council; to examine all those who may consider it woith their
it shall bo the duty of the Council to ap- the Town of Key Vest. the accounts of Treasurer ant.1\ll1rsha1.! attention: but who, from their remote silt-

point a committee of three competent per- WHEREAS several criminals, offenders against and make reports quarterly as to the state ation, cannot enjoy the benefits of his per.
sons to make enquiry into the qualification. I of the Finances. sonal instruction.
I the laws of the whence
and fitness of the persons applying, and res they came, have lately country arrived at Key D. C. PINKHAM, The system, a knowledge of which it is
Preset T. C.
thereon at the next succeeding meetIng proposal to communicate, may be considered
West from and
Ports
Foreign as a continuance -
of tbo board, when the prayer, of the II. S. WATERIIOUSE, a standard of American Stenography
of such arrivals will be attended -
petitioner shall bo acted on all Pilots appointed : by many injurious consequences to (''lerl.d'tention -. -it is almost the only plan used in the

shall, previous to receiving their the community unless means be taken -- --- -- Uuited States, and is sold by most of the;

Branch, give bond with good and sufficient to them,: book-sellers, to the exclusion of all other

security for the faithful performance of their 1k prevent it therefore ordained, by the Pre- systems. It has passed through seven large

duty. sident and Member' of the Town Coun- Extract from a Law of the fditons, and has been recently much improved .
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, stereotyped and embellished with
cil of Key lVeat,' That from and after ,
:!t.aIlIJa\'o and use a Boat sufficiently largeto the first day of November next, the Masterof United States, dated 16th seventeen new copper plate engravings illustrative

enable them to proceed over the Reef and any vessel arriving from a foreign portor March, 1802.SECTION. of the theory.
render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel re- place, at the port of Key West, shall XIX. A copy of this work will constitute the
quiring the same first three numbers of a contemplated so.
make a report to the Clerk of the Town
Sec. 3. That nil vessels drawing over 5 Council, of the number of onboard Every person who shall procure or en-., tics of Printed Lectures, or Periodical
feet of water entering! this Port, except fish- not citizens of the passengers United States, lice a SOLDIER of the United States to Numbers,to be published weekly,and sent,
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels nor residents of the Town of Key West desert, or who shall purchase from any through the medium of the mail or otherwise .
under charge of wreckers, shall pay the and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar; Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or to each subscriber, tilt a thorough
rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. for aforesaid.Sec. any part thereof; and any Captain or knowledge of the art shall have been com
4. If Pilot does not board offer every passenger Officer of Vessel
a or 2. Be it further ordained That I Commanding any Ship or municated.
his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel! failing or neglecting I who shall enter on board! such Shipor It will be the object of these Lectures: ,
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of Vessel of his Crew ; otherwise
to make such report within 24 hours as one or- not only to convey to each individual a
the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit carry away any such Soldier, or complete and practical knowledge of ShortHand .
so boarding or offering his services,shall be shall refuse to deliver him up to the ordersof but
the
and pay the sum of five dollars, in addi- Writing, to point out most
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said his Commanding Officer, shall, upon it
labor
tion to the sum aforesaid required for each eligible nay to employ as a and
Pilot docs not board said vessel 'till the Legal convictien, be fined, at the discretion time saving method, for acquiring other

Light-House! on Key West is distant not_ pas singer.Sec. of any. Court havign cognizance- of useful knowledge., by performing, in minutes -
more man two miles, anu then Dears r. N.E. 3. Be it further ordained That tho same, in any sum not exceeding and hours, that which must otherwise
shall be no foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel -
no pilotage claimed. Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, require and weeks.
days
-,.. Soc. 5. All vessels ,drawing fire Feet shall be permitted to land within the any term not exceeding ono year." Should tho above plan succeed and
or harbour of Key West unless he ,
water subject to the provisions of Ihis Ordi- port ,
-<>>+0.-
there is to believe it these
shall have and reason may, periodical -
nance,refusing to receive a pilot outside of freely openly departed from Extracto de
un Lej de Los numbers will be continued month.
tho place whence ho came and have in his
the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his ser- ,
possession a or such other Estados Unidos ie- ly, at one dollar per annum, under the following
vices, shall be liable to pay full pilotage; passport, papersas con '
but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two are usually granted at the port whencehe cha del 16 de1\ title, to wit:
miles of the Light-House on Key West,the came, permitting him to depart there arzo, THE AMERICAN REPERTORY,

said light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel from. \ 1802. Of Arts, Sciences, and Useful Literature.

shall pay halfpilotago. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That SECCION XIX. The object of this work will be to furnish
Sec. 6. The Reef shall bo considered the Master of any ship or vessel, who shall in numbers to the rising generation
'when'the.Light-House on Sand Key bears bring within the port or harbour of Key ? Persona alguna quien procura o1 as- a Miniature Encyclopedia, General Cabinet -
either E. N. E. or \V.s.W. West, any foreign passenger who may have isti' el huir de algun SOLDADO de Les embracing in its course a concise
Sec. 7. All vessels liable to fit pilot- clandestinely departed from any foreign Estados Unidos, o' quien compra de al view or Epitome of tho most interesting
ago, bound from this Port, aha the place and who shall not possess a passportor gun Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Uni- topics of the age; with the exception of
same as vessels entering: but if said vessel other evidence of his having been per formi o' qualesqucra t parle de el la; y algun religion and politics. -As a matter of great

shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they mitted to depart from thence-and per- Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna convenience to the reader, especially for
shall be subject to but half pilotage. mitting him to land without permission first Fragata o1 Barco quo sea, o1 quien se future reference, tho contents of each page
Sec. 8. All vessels except wrecking vessels obtained from the Town Council, shall embarca en ella como Marinero, o1 de will be denoted by appropriate words in the

smacks and vessels under charge of forfeit and pay,for each passenger so land- qualesquera modo lleva Cot ijo algun marginto'hich marginal word, a general -
.wreckers, entering or leaving this Port ed, the sum of fifty dollars. Soldado, o1 quien deja de entregar el I index will be framed upon the principle -

through the North West passage,and drawing Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That dicho Soldado a la ordcn del Oficial of Locke's Common-Place Book, thus

four feet water, or over, shall pay two any foreign passenger landing within the Mandando, sera obligado a pagan una I furnishing to each reader an infallible Key;
dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering? Town of Key West, without permissionfirst mnlta Srgun ladescrecion de la Corte que to the whole, or any particular part which
services; .butif said vessel does not receive obtained from the Town Council tenga conocimiento del mismo. en qua he may wish to ro-examineo same
said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; or without having tho necessary lesquera suma no siendo ariba do Tres time suggesting to the espirant after knowledge -

if a Pilot does not tender his service outside passport or other evidence of his being allowed cientos pesos o1 puesto en la pricion a method which, if pursued, cannot
the bar of the said North-\V ust passage freely to depart from the port whence por un termino no siendo ariba do un fail to produce to him incalculable bene-

then he shall not claim pilotage or he came, (if any is usually granted at such anu." fits, by an ultimate saving of time and labor

half pilotage.Sec. place,)shall be liable to enter into bonds in CIRCULAR. ; for it is asserted without the fear of
9. When two or more Pilots shall the sum of $1,000 with refutation that
good security, tobe a young man, who will first
tender their services to any vessel, the first of the Office of American and Foreign Agency for
approved by President of the acquire a facility in Short-Hand Writing,
Claims, No 49 Wall street, :Yew York
shall be
alongside accepted, and if refused, Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to depart PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to and then proceed to write daily in a Com-
the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received from tho Island
within such mon-Place
time as all persons whom it may concern, having Book upon the principles hero
half
pilotage.' may be deemed reasonable, or on failurebe Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &c. payableor suggested, will acquire more useful knowl-
Sec 10. When a Pilot shall discover committed to jail. recoverable abroad,that this Agency Las edge in one year, than it would be possiblefor
two or more vessels, it shall be his duty to established, under the and
special
him
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That auspices to obtain in three years, by any
visit that which is nearest unless a signal ofdistrt.ss patronage of distinguished individuals in
the several fines and penalties herein enacted this other plan that has ever been dovised.
be exhibited on one more lemote country,a regular correspondence with
: may be recovered before the Presi- eminent Bankers In carrying out this design, three impor-
and any Pilot failing to comply with this ,&c. in tho principal ports
provision shall forfeit his Branch. dent Of the Town Council or any Justiceof and capitals of foreign governments in com- First-elect be constantly in view:
tho Peace. mercial relation from the of
with the United States; great mass
Soc. Pilot
11. Any charged before the through the medium whereof such valid human knowledge that only which is useful.
Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, claims as may be confided thereto, will be Second-To condense it as far. as its
shall, upon conviction, be deprived of his ORDINANCE-No. 10. expedited for settlement, and promptly and practical utility will admit.
Branch. eflectively recovered, when furnished by
Third
Sec. 12. All fines-and penalties imposed For preventing the introduction of Cholera the claimants with the suitable legal proofs whole -To systematize and arrange,tho
by tins Ordinance shall bo recovered before into the Town of Key West.WHEREAS and vouchers, together with the requisite in shall such be manner, that each and every
Power of Attorney to be taken and portion at immediate command.
,
the ac-
President of the
Council allowing
Town a certain disease, known by tho knowledged before I The scanty limits of a forbid
any Judge of a Court of prospectus
the
to
parties, in all instances, an name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at present Record, or other competent ciril magis- the addition of other considerations in this
appeal to the; Coc,dl. 3 if* prevailing in the Northern parts of trate, municipal authority, or notary pub- 1 place.
Sec 13. When a Pilot shall go onboard Europe,of the most fatal character andas lic; and the whole duly authenticated by the
; TERMS
of a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and such disease may be introduced into Governor of the state or territory in which : -For a full course of instruction
shall also furnish the Master or Commander our own by vessels with the same may be perfected, and legalized as abovementioned $2 50, payable in ad-
ports trading
of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- that quarter of the Globe by the appropriate Foreign Consul. vance, or on the receipt of the first three
nance. : Having also established a similar correspondence numbers of the periodical.All .
Sec 14. Tho' following rates of Pilot- Bc it therefore ordained, by the President throughout the United States and postmasters are respectfully solicited
and Members tic Town Council British America, the like claims for'
tage are allowed : of recovery to act as agents in their respective neigh-
of Key West, That all vessels arriving in any part thereof respectively, will borhoods. Jf a but
postmaster
On a vessel" drawing 5 ft.'Ct. $7 00 from ports or places, where the said disease be behalf received of and efficiently attended to, in one subscriber, he will be entitled procures to a -
6" 000 exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of the American, as well as Foreign of the gratuitous
7 cc claimants. copy published system-if
0 cc 1200 1000 port, without their going on board, to the Orden for the investmeut of funds on four :!subscribers, to a full course of instruction -

9. 13 60 Quarantine Ground, northward and west- mortgage of freehold property, or in the or $2 50 from the money collected
. cc 10" ward of Fleming's Key;-there to remain purchase of public securities in the United ; and in like proportion for a greater or
-1500 under the direction of the President of the States, Canal Loans
". '; J 1" of the States of New less number of subscribers-I bat is to
1650 Council and Health Officer of the port. York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c. punctually a commission of say
for his
cc 12" 1800 and faithful'y executed. twenty per cent
', .< c. 13 a 195O Sec, 2. Be it further ordained,' That Applications addressed to this Agency, incases services. Those who wish for a more full
:: u .14" 2300 while'it shall be thought necessary: by the requiring the investigation of claims, explanation, or to see a specimen of the
r'q is 15" 27 00 said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels search of records or the intervention of legal page, type, &c. to be used, may no doubt
i : -16'" 3200 should perform quarantine, no inter proceeding should be accompaniedwith be gratified by calling on postmasters, who
: 17" 3600 course whatever shall be held with the an adequate remittance to defray the have been generally supplied with an introduction -
18 4000 Town or Island of Key West, but by per preliminary charges and disbursements attending to the system above referred to.
.>' ; 19" 4500 mission, and under the direction of the addressed the same; and all letters must be The issuing of numbers will commence

-I" 20.' 6000 President and Health Officer and all per (counsellor(post of the paid Supreme) to the Court undersigned of the U, early in July, from and after which, each

< cc 21 cc 55 00 sons who shall hold any intercourse with states,) in the Office of the Agency, 49 new applicant will be supplied, at the tim
.u.' ... 22 cc 6000 such vessel or vessels, without first obtain Wall street, New York. of subscribing, with a perfect set from the '
cc 23" .6500 lug said permission, shall be liable to per AAKON II. PALMER, Actuary. beginning.
u 24" form the same quarantine that be im- (KrTlw
7000 may : publishers of or
any newspaper
Bee. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained posed upon said said vessels and cargoes. Loggerhead Turtle SheliT public journal, who will give this Prospectus -

on board nay essel after she has arrived Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That rrillE* subscribers will give a fair price a conspicuous insertion, and forward a
in the uarbour, at the request of the this Ordinance shall remain in full force for GEORGE 500 Ibs. of the above article. copy of tile paper containing it, hall receive

Master or Commander of said vessel, said: until expressly repealed by tho Council. Key West, June E.U WEAVER & CO. lectures a regular series of the contemplated
without other charge.