Key West gazette
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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: November 2, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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TIle G f ate'd T i. CASE IN ADMIRALTY.Edward along this coast t, in rendering assistance were necessary! on this occasion, I shill

KDITKll II VII. Glover, Libcllant, to vessels in distress' : Those pcrsoiis decree to the LiMlant the sum of six hundred -

II. NTUOHCI. AM) T.. :'1. STO.VKnd Goods, Wares vs.& Merchandize } Libel for : are generally men, who have devoted dollars to pay t for that service.

:\ published on every Wednesday by saved from Brig Salvage.Concord. themselves exclusively to llmi particu'ar The only remaining question i is, ns to
'THOMAS: .J I:FI nl Y s. business, and have expended,,:<, sums' ol tho compensation: of the Libcllant himself:
Jno.M'Kown, Respondent. money in preparing #!oJ)11'cl clsa d outfits It is alleged and admitted that the I'rlll''rly|
'ITH\tS-$5. per annum-payable in This case dillers in its most material for the pur|>ose;-and it is upon ilia' has been pit'served! from much additional

aJvnncc.Advertisements. inserted dollar features from all other salvage causes which occupation atone, they depend for a suhsis- damage hy his exertions; but it i is proper to

per square for the first insertion at one, and fifty hive been presented for the consideration tence. An encouragement to such men is ask, in what does flint exertion cur sirt7

cents for c succeeding time, till order- of this Court. A brief history of it will 1 an additional consideration, which will ever From nil that appears before me, I cannotMmcivc
ell to be btoppcd. : shew that difference1: opeiate with the Court in meting out | that it consists in any thing, ex.

!' .. ...... The Brig Concord, bound from Now their reward. The advantages which commerce ccpt his own manual labor and the use of
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---- York to i Mobile and ladened with a valuable derives from their services havw been his boat in Inking goods out of a vessel

-- POETRY.- cargo, win stranded! in the night, betweentlie too frequently} witnessed lien, o 1 be overlooked and bringing them t ) n place of safety.In .
From the New England Review. l first and second! of October, on a shoal by the Judge who presides, or to this service, I by "his own slues ind,*, he was

AUDUHSH: TO A SUICIDE' BUG- extending ftom one of the Islands belonging : ;- permit him to withhold the inducements only engaged Ihirleen or 'fourteen days,

11UIINT IN MY CANDLE: to the, 'I'urili/\s/ cluster, on the Florida necessary to insure a coiitim !nice of their and does not appear' to have encounteted

Wee, biz/.en, tlickcrin. qrlaikit bcastie! Href. In this f situation with this cargo employment and 'M'rlillns.-BIII with the much I personal risk, and very little, it'any,
What deil is Iou ping in jour breastic greatly c.xposed, she was without relief, present Lihcllnnf. the case is essentially of/ I'wllt'riy.| I do not intend, However, to
ditli rent : Tins is not 'his: otdiuary' restrict 'in to n bate for that
What gars yo rin your nose sao hastieAtnanpj as there was no wrecking, or other vessel occupation |
the 'ire! insight, and) none came to her assistance. : He is employed by the (lovtrn- labor and tisK ; I 11111I disposed to measure

Sith, an "Anld Ilornic" dinna taste ye, Under these circumstances: the Lihellant, ment lor another purpose and i is legulatly Ins reward by that standard of equity,
I'se be a liar! who i is the Keeper of the Light at Tortu- !paid {for his services in that employment; which will make it. not only commensurate

I maun say yore praceless wight, gas, went to her in a large boat and Icudci-/ and although I IllIn not disposed to deprive with his actual exertions, but also with tho
To be sac taken wp a light- ed his services, which were immediately! him of a just compensation! for any other benefits which those exertions have conferred

Soon as my candle shaws at nitllt- accepted hy Capt. M'Kown. It appeals\ service he nay render-esj'cciallv lo Ix-r- upon others in saving their projM-rty
Pop i' the window; that the crew of the Brig (horn an illlprl's8ion sons' ill distressed cifl'lIlIIslancl'slill that from greater damage than it has already
Headlanj yc're in't, wi' a' your mightScorch'd that their duties had ceased in consequence compensation cannot be determined by the sustained, mid I think with n strict reference ,

to a cinder! of the supposed impossibility, of rule which would prevail! in time case of one tii all these circumstances, seven linn- ,.P

Sma' grace by ither files to mend getting her off:) refi s d to render any assistance wholly devoted) in and dependent upon this: dred and filly dollars will ntlord) him a fair
Yo ne'cr )hae harkit to a freendaytio' ,- unlading her, unless they wcie Lu: int, ,.-Uesitles, although it is proper to and libeud compensation for his services.

anccsinj'd. VP hac been lf'nn'dAgcn specially employed tier I that purpose; an/1 hold out inducements to unwearied) .!i'- Some of the goods are represented by

I trow found latter end to try it- that the Libcllniit, to secure their aid, with ance arid renewed exertion i in ordinary i cases the surveyors to be in n perishable damaged

ye your Nae gainer by it! the consent and approbation of the Master -jet, in one like the present, it would state; (hat, |portion of them, I shall

agreed to give them a certain per diem: neither he wise nor |politic to do so ; for direct lo be lust sold! ; and if n sufficient
Wee That biiggic;l was it loo' o' fame, couiH'iisalion| while they should he employed commerce, instead of being !benefited/ I ) by sum of money be not raised from their sale,
gar'd bonnie !
Was it to hac ye splendid fry your name wanic in saving the cargo; and also, emploud such inducements, might find! in mem its to satisfy! the following decree, then HO

linen in story! the pa!! igers of I ho brig, for ;a :greatest enemy: Light houses ato intended much I.f l the remainder of them as shall bo

Did'st envy brimstane Pcils their flames (I rtrn stipulated{ price, to assist; in removing as oeacons lo warn the mariner of the mice t nary for that n"j-('t :
And a' for glory! the goods to the shore-a'l of which dangerous shoals which sum round t them, Whereupon it is ordered, adjudged] and
and to alVord a guide by which he decieed that the Marshall of
they this Court
Had TC J.epnfAN, T could'na wonderAt seems amounting to two hundred and seventy may ,
siccan glorious pail I ike blunder! dollars, ho has since paid. a\'uilkd-hullf; thtf Fcele'st.| ; Of 'hose! houses after giving seven days notice of the time

hut, bugs u' sense sold nac lie under With assistance thus procured! after four should \be allowed a roinjtensalioii lor and place of kale, proceed to sell at public ;
Sic damning dashes, days constant exertion, he succeeded iIJ' their services lo vessels stianded upon I outcry, at the mature house of .F. A.
Dul ken the end o' thunder those shoals, d I Urowne J'; all that .
Glory's landing and securing, as well as his cir greatly proportioned lo the 'l. portion of the goods,
Is smoke and! ashes! cuinslunces would admit, that ;portion of labor nod diflicultipd actually encountered' wares and merchandize, saved from tho )

the cargo upon which ho now claims: sal in rendering that service, that allowance Brig Concord and libelled against Iy the
From Tllackwo -Magazine.: would be nn inducement indeed but il saul Kdward (ilnver which
vage. lie then (by the request of the appears: by llio
! MY A IN \\ H'E. Master) proceeded: in search of u vessel\ ill might be such an inducement as would report of the Survejors, to be in n damaged -

I wadna Tor gie wife my I ain wife which the+ goods:: might he safely transported | cause them to lead vessels into the! very difficulties or perishable' state, fu''time highest bid
Joy see; against which their lights intended der for cash and' that out of thin
I.vvadna gie my ain wife to Key West t, and meeting with the are ; money
'" to gun ni, in order that tin opportt'iiily arising from said sale, he lo the said
.Tor'>ny "Mfc 1 sec! Sloop:: Spermaceti\ commanded: by 'apt pay
? bonnier t might be atliiided lo aid in their relief Edward ( outer two hundred and
A yet I've never seent Cliff, he engaged her for that purpose, and seventy
better ranna fe- by t that means brought the goods.l to this after tlicdiflicnlly 'had arisen.In dollars in lull /for so much monev nan! bv

I wadna gie my ain wife place.It making these remarks, I impute nothing .- 'him to laborers employed! in Having\ !naid

For ony wife I sec! also appears, 'hat during the greater improper! to the t.ibellant in this rase! ; goods, wares arid merchandize; and, also: ,

o coutbio is my in'glc-rheck/ part of the time they: weio employed in unlading I know nothing which requires me to !tiny that he pay to him the' further' sum of six
fcj An' cheerio is my Jean; the t.rig, she leaked so badly Ih;.t that he would be influenced by any consid- hundred dollars, fir and on account of the

I never see her angry look the bottom I til'i' of barrels, m the hold, wai eration of this sort, 10 ncgleel of bus public : employment of the Sloop Spermaceti| in
Nor hear her word on ane. duties much less triinsporluig said goods, wares and
almost coiK-tantly covered in water; and to the .wilful |"t'rpc-| merchandize -
Slle'tildE' wi' a' the neebours ruun'An'
/ wi' that it retpmeil} much exertion to save the (ration of an act, which would involve final I he Tortugas to Key West ;
I wadna aye!gie gude my ain me wife- tcrisliallegoods (fi'.'nr matcrnl; damage. It others i11I illicit Iby for his own private emolument and that In- also pay to the paid (ilover, iho

For ony wife I sce0' further np|>cars, tint a part; of the cargo, lint a precedent of this hind further sum of seven hundred and fifty dole
less liable to injury, was: left on hoard the might: be most dangerous; and I am nutdisposed lars, in full comjx'usation; for his own ser-
..\ They O her melt looks my-heart sac kindlie outright! Brig until the goods' then landed could betrainpoiled to place strong temptations in the vicer, and for the use of his boat in landing

When o'er the baby at her breast! to Key West and dc! |>osilcd inu way ol any one. toed preserving said goods, warts and

, She hangs wi' fond delight; place of sale)}'; but that while thus: cmployed The/ Burns of money )paid (by the Libel- merchandize.! And it is further ordered,
She looks intill its honnv face, in the transportation, tht vessel was lant to the' s'allll'IIOf the' brig Concord! for adjudged and decreed, that if time/ said
An'syno look to me- force t by a northerly: gale from the rocks the ir services in urlading her and securing i good?, wares and merchandize' which are
I wadna gie my ain wife iiion which she had stranded, and was carried t lie goods, I shall decree to he refunded : iI I damaged or in a perishable state, shall not
For wife I I sell for aHuflicient
coy see to sea, and has since been beyond the I do so, because he has paid it innocently, sum of money lo |iay
I the several
r'adlIf the Libellant. and I have no doubt acted for the best whenhe I WIH.11lwf.hy decreed to l 1t4' piud+ ,
From a rare volume of Old Poetry. together:: with the costs of this ,
The principal difference l between\ this employed them. licit 'had they prosecution,
( presented
sr.cncr' .;. that the said !Marshal, at the time and place
case and others, which have como under their own claims for cotn|>eiisalion to
The I fountaines smoke, and yet no flames aforesaid, proceed to sell so much of the
the consideration of tins Court, arises Court, I do not hesitate m saving, that
they sllO remainder of tmidomhc! and
Starrrs shine alrmgUrlflbiigli r.I j undeseni'd from the SlluatiollIf+ the Libellent, and those claims would havobren' wholly disallowed :; wares merchandize
saved from said Ilrig, ns nlmllproduce '
by day; tho mode of {procuring the assistance rendered : The Master! was entitled to the
a sum of suOicient t for thopurposes
And trees doe springe, yet arc not scene : In ordinary cases:: of salvage, there services of his crew as long as I the preservation { :; aforesaid ;money and' (hat after the
to grove: are several consideration which do, and of hits vessel or cargo required their
of paid of
nI and
And sbadowes move,although they seem should with the assistanceand he alone the nit sums money, costs, ho
operate Court, to induce it was printer person deliver (he' flair! John M'Kown late
to stav; to allow a compensation far bare to decide hat H.iit and so farr.. ,
beyond a | ; >m
fn \Vinter'svoe is buried Summer blisse Master of aid ling for and on 'be half of
paym nt for the actual labor\ l estowcd. seamen being exhonerated from their liability .. all
And love loves moste, when love moste secrete jiefrons concerned and! interested (here
is. These considerations are foui.d-1st, in lo duty, by any embarrassment; whirl: in, all surplus monies which remain
I the benefit which!! I is conferred upon the unfortunate may arise to the vessel in whit h they' are in 'his haridf may
arising! from fluid'! sale, and
The stillest stroatnc descries the greatestedoepe in preserving their lives, or saving engaged to serve,such embarrassments lu- not appropriated as !hereby directed and
j ; their from total destruction pose upon them the! nt'e (bi.y of more ardent ;
property ,
; that he also
The clearest skin is subjecte to shower} ; restore to the paid John'
in the risk to which/ the and and active (cxcrltonf and their refusalto
pro M'Kown
Cunceite's moite swccte when as it seernes as aforesaid, the remainder of
to bleepe; jierty of the salvors: areejcposed, while rendering do duty under any circumstances of distress said goods, wares unit merchandize.JAMKS .
And faircste dayes,doe in the morningc the assistance, and idly, in the situ- when' required by their\ commander, : WEBB:
lower; afon:: of the salvors themselves, us regards would not only vitiate any contract which ...., Jwlpe.Marshal's .
The silente groves, swcete nymphes theye their OCCllpatlOli.000 of these considerations they might make fur special corny riisntioii, u ,

cannot mi&se- however, can operate to u great ex- but would operate nS! a forfeiture of the wages Sale.

For love secrete loves.is.moste where love moste lent in this ease; It is: not even alleged in : they' bad previously earned. BV and in virtue of an order to me, directed

the libel that ho lives of the passengersand As respects the wrecking sloop Spermaceti from the Ilonoiirat"e. tie HU-
The| raresto jewels hidden virtue yielde; crew of the brig Concord were fcxjH i.1 can regard her in this I transaction, ill per ior ( oiirt, for tho .Southern Judicial Ditrict .-
The sweete or traulque is a secrete gainej; sed that the of .Florida I shall p.occed to tell
to {peril, or goods were in sucha no other light, (lianas a ves.l euiiloed to
TJio yeere once cUe, doth showe a barren | the highest. bidder, at the Wan-bonne of
situation as to render them liable to total lo articles from
lran.-Kiri one to
| another

fielde, F. A. Urowne I the Town
1'nqr, in of 'hey
It i is
And dead and loss. only asserted -that without the upon such terms as other vessels
plantcs seeme yet theye : Went, in said Districton !Monday the Mist
spring againe: assistance which was Horded, they would might U oblajned for the j erforin'.rK-.e ol October in... all that portion of the car-
Cupid is blinde; the reason whys is this- havesusta!: ted very malf'rialllljllry in addi- similar duties. Indeed, tho allegations of R'ooftlle prig{ (Concord of New York ac
Love loveth moste where love muste secrete tion to that which they 'had already received the Libel do not authorise! me to consider libelled H* Kdward: (ilover, and as reportedas

is. ; and have no doubt that this assertion her in any other' character than on a char being damaged--cunbistmg of Dry .

corrt*|>ond4 with the true state of thingsas tered vessel 'for a special object ; and as! no Goods, Carpeting. UlanUcU, ('aps. Leg
EPIC R %\1. they existed. Nor was the Libel la nt exposed particular sun ; appears to 'have been agreed horn flats Krady-rnadr Clothing/ fee. and
much of the
An Italian confectioner was, not long to much risk either in his j person or upon for that service, I must allow uuch so will together be remainder sufGeient of said cargo as

since brought before the Police charged proierty| :-the boat which he employed compensation ui I think is reasonable and of said Court, in favour, of to said sati.fy Edward a decree

with having purloined forty-two copper pat was one belongmg to the United States, just. From the Libel, it appears/ that' it Glover' for salvage, &c. &c.
ty-pins, the Monsieur property of the Duke of Wel- and for which he had paid nothing; and although was necessary for her to make two trips to Q&- Sale; to commence B' 0 o'du'k! in
lington. Bony deposed that he he have been for nil Tortugau before all the the forenoon._
was cook to the Duke.-Daily Paper. may responsible : articles saved' from Terms CA SII.
''Tis right, since oft a trusty crony injuries which she might have received the Brig could be brought In Key Wrsl ; I.. M. STONE: ,
Turns toe, that the reverse takes place; while engaged in that service-still that and believing that $300 for each trip( is a V. MarshilH.. /J trict.
And a. his Grace long since dished IJony, responsibility could nut have been great. full ant) indeed! literal compensation for Per P. D. PHIOH, li>t. Jl"r 1r41_
That Bony now should dish his Grace! As to 'Ins:: situation, it was very lIiffir'nt the charter of a vessel of her class: to go Key West, Oct. 24, 1831.Bm. .

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a ._
.r. _
.- _.. ._ I had a right to apply his capital so as best to indebted to no one but hi n.self, for whatever : THE GAZETTE.KEY .
POLITICAL. 1 suit his own interest; and he knows better of standing, reputation and character he -

"" I how to apply it than Government can direct enjoys.: To relieve his father (who was WEST:
FREE 'fRADJ: CONVENTION. him. The of capital could ,
application embarrassments
far he could from the WEDNESDAY NOV. 2
) as as 1831.::
In ho Convention on the 5th instant, not be regulated by legislative enactments.It poor of a numerous fa- ____ ._____.__ n_ ..
Mr. Berrien read tho report' of the General waS untrue, that the operation of the which the support :: ==--::
Committee. The report was addressed to Tariff Laws gave greater employment to milyof children involved, he withdrew from We have received through tho Post Of

the people of tho United States of America labor. Laws which encouraged any parti- him at a very early age, and threw }himself fice-a communication signed "II. II. S,"

:-an outline of which is thus given in cular species of labor, could not be said to entirely on his own resources. By his bodily which we must beg )leave to decline publishing -
tho Philadelphia U.'S, Gazette of the f thinstant. American labor and the boun-
encourage ; labor he earned the meansof procuringhis as we cannot coincide with thc uthor.
which was given for a particular description -
of their ty education and, removing to the interior In all matters--except where our ideas ol:
The report stated that a portion of labor, was not given by the government ;
fellow ciiizens,resident in different.States; but was drawn from one class of of Florida in its first settlement, he propriety are concerned: -wo biiall be happy .

firmly attached to tho principles of free go citizens to reward another. sought an honest livelihood in the practiceof to receive and publish communications,

,'emmentnnd the charter by which these If all nations were to adopt free trade,it I the law. At that time, Mr. Stone was however dissimilar the views which they entertain
principles are upheld'who only asked a would be for the interests of all, whilst restrictions in
participation of the benefits; arising, from displaced the proper employmentof not only poor, but being a stranger was may be from our own; but we never .

the excellent Constitution under which capital, and diverted it from its natural a great degree destitute of friends or acquaintances can consent to publish an article which

they lived, and were willing to beat their channel. and }had a young and increas- is calculated to have an immoral tendencyor
share of the burdens.had deputied them The advocates for the restrictive system for but
ing family of his own to provide ; to give erroneous opinions upon subjects
[the Convention] to report on a question of urged, in defence of the Tariff, that its ef- ,
an undeviating course of probity, persevering ; tant to the well-being of society .
national policy in which all were deeply interested feet was the reduction of prices. The position by vitally impot
: and called on them to unite their was fallacious; the diminution was industry, and straight forward honesty : We take it to be the object of If. II. S.

efforts for the removal of the grievances general,and had taken place in a greater in his dealings and intercourse with to throw ridicule and contempt upon the

under which they labored. In pe orm. degree abroad than at home. The causes others, he arose to a very respectable standin Clergy-( by which means their influence
anco of a duty like this, it had been deem were, a diminished amount of circulating secured the
and far
his profession, so would be destroyed, and the moral impres-
ed proper to convene tho present assembly, medium, and, pfovements in machinery.
fellow citi- confidence of the community as to be elected sions which derive from their instructions
that, in communication with These caused;'tn other places bad been left we may
zens of tho States at large, the complaintsof to their full operation; here they had been for two successive years from ono of weakened. There is one remark -

the various interests might be stated, and restricted by the operation of the Tariff; the most populous counties in the Territoryto in this communication which we cannot
their opinions obtained. It could not be, and the reduction here had not taken placein
the Legislature where he was not only omit notice "I have
that any portion of their fellow citizens consequence of the Tariff but in des ; to : (says II. II. S.)
could wish to withhold from them the equal. pite of it.During. influential as a Member, but pursued a seen persons while under the deepest dis-

benefits which the Constitution had provided ;. a state of war, it was the dutyof course creditable to himself and of acknowledged tress of mind, make application to that or

for all; and it was only necessary to every government to be prepared; but I benefit to his constituents. Short- der for spiritual assistance, treated with
submit their case, and make plain to their his was best done by exerting its energiesin ly after tho expiration of his second term the greatest and derision!" The
tho difficulties under which contempt :
understandings time of peace. Money was said to con
: of service in the Council he appointed -
their zealous experience of our correspondent must differ
they labored, to ensure co-op- stitute the sinews of war, and free trade
eration in the endeavor to remove them. was the best source from which to obtainit. i by the President of the United States, very widely from our* own-and our

The present Convention consisted of representatives I Marshal this District; since which time sphere of observation I'htfb f. been by no

of a portion of their fellow The tariff had a tendency to demoralize, I we have all known him-and it is hardlynecessary means limited: So farfrom
citizens,from fifteen States of tho confede- by encouraging smuggling. It operates injuriously shrinking
that he has conducted
say, from the performance of such duties
assembled to -we
racy, and they were now con- upon| agriculture, and manufactures I
eider the grievances under which they labor seek in vain for a foreign market for himself in that office to the entire satisfac- have seen them during the prevailenco of

,and to devise some constitutional modeof their productions, because no nation can tion of the Court and the public. pestilential diseases-disregarding the advice -

relief.: The parties of whom the Convention reasonably expect another to take its wares Such, fellow citizens, is a brief historyof of friends and every consideration of

consisted were, generally speaking, without a reciprocity and interchange of one of the Candidates who offers him-
the abodes
strangers to each other; but, coming together commodities. If this system were prudence-entering of miseryat
as they hud done upon subject intimately pursued to the point to which it seemed to self for your suffrages at tho approaching all hours of the day and night to administer

connected with tho interests of tend, then the fate of tho Southern Planter election-the other you all know;-and comfort and consolation to the af-

the people at large, they had found a great was irrevocably sealed. knowing: Mm, there can bo but little doubt flicted-without money and without price!

concurrence of opinion! among themselves, i With regard to the operations: of the Ta- upon whom your choice will fall: You These have '
looked with confidence for a similar tho of Americahad men must beenlactiiptfd by
and riff on subject navigation,
have the of Stone's whole life
assurance ,
concurrence among their fellow citizens. become conspicuous for the skill of higher considerations than buj: correspondent -
The evils which flowed from the Tariff ship building, which in this country had that if he be elected, you will faithfully is disposed to attribute to them.

laws could not fail to awake tho highest been raised so as to rank with the fine arts. served. Far other aims their souls bad learn'd to
solicitude of every lover of his country. Yet tho shipprng interest suffered from the A VOTER. rrize-

The evils were not transient-not of recent Tariff; tho duty which was imposed upon More skill'd to raise the wretched, than to
origin; and'the discontent which these e- duck and foreign cordage, which generally FOR THE KEY WEST GAZETTE. rise. '

vils produced was coeval with their institu constituted about half of the expense of a Messrs. Editors Iti conversation this It is our solemn conviction; that as o.
tion. Time and experience had only ten- ship, fell with great weight upon tho ship ,; body, the Clergy have done more to im-
with citizen of this.
ded to confirm the fact of the impolicy and owner. morning a respectable
. injustice of those laws. The bond that The tariff duties gave to business the affect county, I was informed that Mr. Fitzpa- prove the condition of mankind than any

united the citizens of these Slates was the of gambling speculations rather than trick had stated that the Editors of the \ other class of individuals. Lading aside

freedom which they enjoyed-that was the fair and regular dealings. Manufactures Key West Gazette not being his friends, the consideration of the influence which
strong bulwark of the government. Take would flourish if the protecting duties were the moral lessons they inculcate is calculated
had been afforded him of
no opportunity replying -
of the American people
from any portion withdrawn. Their returns would be less,
tho idea of freedom, and you array againstthe perhaps, but still in proportion to the capital to tho communications which had to have upon society, we rest our opin

government a force that cannot be with- invested, and to those of the agriculturalist appeared against him." I beg leave to refer ion upon the single fact that; they have

stood. It could.not be denied that the and the Planter. the public to your Editorial article of done more to educate and enlighten the

Tariff law as it now stands.was a subversion Tho national debt was fast diminishing, the 12ih Oct. in which it is stated-I quote poor and ig norant,.dlan any other class in
of the liberties of a part of these and would speedily be extinguished. On the The
community. clerical characterhas
States, and the measure could not be per- the 12th of January next, the government the remarks:
severed in without putting to hazard the would have available funds sufficient for its "Our paper will therefore bo open to a been placed upon a deservedlyexalted

existence of tho confederacy.That discharge. The funds of government still discussion of tho subject, and an opportu- eminence by the Poet when ho uses the

assembly was without parallel in accumulated and their disposal devolved nity afforded every man-whether of our following sublime expression; in reference

the history of the Union. They had come upon the next Congress. How auspicious politics or not, to defend himself." to the Village Pastor-
from different parts Jo speak of their a time to prosecute free trade when the na
wrongs, and to confer together, as to the tion shall be unshackled by debt or any encumbrance And yet-with this published declara- Like some tall cliff that lifts its awful form,
most efficient and most constitutional mode This was tho true American tion staring him in the face-he has de- .Swells storm from the! vale and midway leaves the

of having those wrongs remedied.., System. clared that"no opportunity had been afforded Though round its breast the rolling cloud

The Tariff laws were not only unjust, The Report,of which we have given a him of a reply:" With a bare statement I are spread .
but unconstitutional. An act of Congress brief outline I Eternal sunshine settles on its head!
was an elegant composition
did not depend a question of of these facts, I leave the public tu
upon find reflects great credit on the gentlemanby We are not so blind as to suppose that
render it unconstitutional. An act determine what of confidence
degree can
law to whom it was drawn up; and it was as Clergyman is entitled
every to this character. -
might be calculated to subvert the Consti- elegantly read by the hon.gentleman upon be placed in the assertions of Mr. Fitzpatrick -
tution, and yet bo so constructed as to car- I whom the task devolved.Mr. There may be-and probably are ma-
the face of it, no such appearance. who, instead of actuated
ry upon Jones,of Georgia, after some com- IIONESTUS. ny being by a
Congress might impose duties which would plimentary remarks, moved that the Report desire to forward the ends of religion,andto
be subversive of the interests of any class be laid the table and
upon printed. FOB TilE KEY WBST GAZETTE. promote the true and substantial happiness -
of citizens, and yet, to a court of justice
they might appear legal and just. If Congress Adjourned till ten o'clock,Oct. 6. To the Citizens of Monroe County: tf man-are anxious rather to possess

had imposed taxes which were oppressive FELLOW CmzENs-Be upon your guard! "this world's goods" But we believe that

to the manufacturers, would they COMMUNICATEDFOR -Mr. Fitzpatrick is playing deep game these exceptions are few, and that by far
it illegal But duties
not look upon as the
were imposed in defence of manufacturers, TilE KEV WEST GAZETTE. Notwithstanding the columns ot the Key greater number are actuated by more

which were injurious to those who were Messrs. Editor*,-I have recently seen West Gazette, have been freely offered to exalted principles. Having thus briefly

the producers of exportable commodities; several communications in your paper, in him, I am informed that he has visited stated our reasons for not inserting the

and destructive to foreign commerce. which the claims of one of the Candidates Havana for the avowed object, of having an communication of II. II. S. we will dispose -

Tho. unequal Tariff and in iu unjust.operation It,vva\MIi*a oppressive system t for the Legislative Council, to the address printed, which is to be withheld of it in any manner which he may di.

'of taxation unequal in its operations confidence of the people, have been freely from the public "until the Polls are opened rect-satisfied that upon more mature re

which was oppressive upon many for the canvassed, but nothing has been said in relation ,"-when it will be too late to reply to it flection he will not regret our refusal to

benefit of the l few. A respectable jurist of to the other. To what cause u this through the medium of the paper. Be not publish it.
had that it cal-
Massachusetts declared was .
to be attributed! Col.Stone is less knownin deceived I '0
pledge mysetf to
culated to destroy many of tho great objects prove every "We learn, says the Charleston Couriers
which were obtained fir tho countryby this community than his competitor, andit assertion which I have made. I challenge that Donaldson Caffrey Esqr. has been .

tho Constitution. By it the charterwas is therefore more important that something Mr. Fitzpatrick to come forth with his address pointed Collector of the ap
violated. It became a question between should be said The at Key
respecting him. in time for a reply!! Should he decline West
Government andit in place of W. A. Whitehead
tho People and the Esqr.
to know the who offer
people ought persons this invitation, the People know
would be for them to decide it through may No official information of the fact has as
It distinguished to represent them and whether they are entitled by what motive he is actuated-he is afraidto
the medium of tho ballot-box. was:: yet, reached this place, and we hope that .
by every thing which might be I to respect and confidence. For my have the matter discussed, conscious as the statement has originated in
stigmatized as characteristic of tyrranny : own part, I personally know but little of he is, that it is in my power to substantiateevery mistake error or *

the most unjust, and might lead to the 1., Col. Stone's early life; but I have heard thing which I have asserted. ; we are not aware that any groundof
calamities. They : complaint exist, or has existed
most awful of all Tn- against
of him who .
many ,gentlemen speak profess Innocence requires no concealment
treated those who differ from thorn in opinion tho latter Gentleman-on the
and disinterested ip have known him intimately for many rather seeks a free into
take enquiry its motives
to a calm, dispassionate : believe that the duties of his office hare
view of the subject. In the spirit years, and it U what they say-which and actions: It is only the province of been
discharged to the
of men and brethren, they called their has been confirmed by my own acquaintance guilt to veil its motives and endeavor to envelope satisfactim of all
attention to the subject, and entreated: them with him since he has lived among itself in the cloak of and concerned. Mr. Whitehead is an honorable *
to endeavor to a"crthe calamity which, if mystery, and correct Gentleman, and has been
us-that I now propose to communicate to by underhanded means to
tho produce imprf'Sosions
it would
once brought upon country. indefatigable in his attention 1iis
to duties
be beyond their power to "mill 01. the public : Mr. Stone is said to be, emphatically which"day-light must not look upon." we think his ;

Jt could DOt bo denied that i.-1> '1/:" a self-made man; that is, he is ONE OF THE PEOPLE. made appointment one of the lest
at this place.

'___' '_ __ J_______ ___ _. OJHf Ar\Z.\--i\"u. j:1. I One of those subjects, and our wishes up LIST OF BETTERS

COMMERCIAL Arrcglamlo, la, introduction, df PasagC- on it aro, that when any portion of the Na Remaining in the Post Offer at I,. West.William .

roe, Estmngeros, en Pueblo tie CayoIhtcso. vy furnishes relief to American vessels,
Allan, Charles Stone,
whether wrectal or otherwise in distress, .
COMMERCE: OF KEY WEST. -to yield which relief promptly ought to Ed w'd Chandler, 2 L. M. Stone, 4
Por cumfo'arios criminalcs, dclinciirntcs be,and long has been one great ohfact of Louis Lauret, Amos C. Tin & Co.
:rhr Seguiula, Andrea, Havana-100 contra las Icjcsdel pigs dodondcvinicroii its gallant exertions, no compensation of Theodore Owens, Eustace Trenor, 4
quintals alt f sb, 300 jars fish oil. John Park 2 John Whitehead
han sido infrnducidos en csto any kind should either be asked or received ,
Sloop John Dcnison, Western-Flour,, Joshua B. Smith James Webb 4.
Puerto de other and our wishes ,
procedcntcs otTO cstrangcros,, subject, uponit
Jlfims, t.f'. for M. Juan do Los Rmcdios, C HENRY S. IVATERIIOUSK, P. M.
and a market fly O. O'llara. y COlOn la continuation de sctwjantcs en. are, that till Congress deem it proper to .
Oct. 1 1831. 6-tf.
alter the existing laws cosesraing punishments ,
__ J tiadas: : puedcn ser atcnduhs como de inju- "

, I7ARINEINTELLIGENCE riosas consccucncias para la comunidad, allow a in discretion the Navy,in and the whenever choice of those punish.laws Mail to Icy West.

: :: i menos quo medidas no scan tomadas para ments, the first resort, in the case of offences will to Masters of Vessels, who
: is recommended to be always I
by seamen
-- and deliver safe into this Office
Porfanto sc onlcna por 1'rcsidtntf y had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace bring
POUT or lilY WI ST. Mitanbros del Cabildo, Que desde el pri- and other mild corrections, rather an entire Mail from Charleston, one-fifth of

ARRIVED SINCi: OUR LAST.Oct. \ mcro del rocs dc Nnvicmbrc proximo, en than to the humiliating practice of whipping the Letter Postage in each Mail.

ndelanlo cl Capiian de cualquicr Buqno and that never on the tame day, by II. S. WATERHOUSE, P. M.

27. Sloop Eden, Braman, Havana. entrando de algun Puerto o lugar estrange- I punishing under an officer's own authority, Key West, Nov. 2, 1831. 9 It
Ballast to Master.U. two offences at once, should the stripes, limited
S. Revenue Cutter Marion, Captain ro a el de Cayo IIucso, ha de manifestaral
by law, be exceeded in number; or NOTICE.
JacUson, Charleston Tile Marion sailed Escribientc del Cal ldo cl numcrodepasagcro 1 be inflicted otherwise than in the presenceand undersigned having re-established

flnm Charleston tic Wd: left Sloop Capitol, ?, no ciudadanos de los Estados U- under sanction of the commandingofficer THE at Key West, as a COMMIS-

Walker\ for Key W COlt in one or two days. nidos, ni vecinos del Pueblo do Cayo IIuc of the vessel or station. SION MERCHANT AND GENERAL

The Se'br. llyder Alley had just arrived so; y ha de pagar al Tesorcro por cads pa- And that, in the case of offences by officers AGENT, offers his services to his friend

from New York, destined to this port after sagcro Un Peas.Sec. which it is Loped their well known and the public generally.F. .

discharging part of her cargo. 2 E! Capitan de cualquicr] Buquofaitando high sense of duty and honor will prevent A. BROWNE
Oct. 20. Sclir. Sawyer, from from
Empress becoming frequent, a system more remedial
tardentroIC21horasdcspUes 20 1831
amanift -
. :New York bound to St. Marks, sailed same should b.o: adopted, by sentencing to April ,
He offers for sale at Ins Ware House
de In entrada de dicho Buquc, ha de ,
Jay, passing through N. W. Passage.: a reduction of rank and pay, or to a suspension
feet White Pine Boards
Sloop Paragon, N. Burrows, Havana. ser multado y pagara adcmas dc la suma from promotion rather than to suspen- 30,000 first Bricks

Ballast to Master. ante dicta por cads pasagero Cinco pesos. sion from active service, as persons, unfortunately 10,000 15 bbls quality Baltimore Beef

Sloop Mary Ann,Ximincs, Havana. To Scc. 3. Ningun pasagero cstrangcro de guilty of any misbehaviour need 36 do Navy Bread prime
Master. drecm- most the constant discipline of active service -
algun Buque ha dc ser pcrmetido 10 Coffee.
bags prime
Oct. 30. Schr. Stonington, J. D. Stark, barcar en cl Puerto de Cayo Hucso, nnicnos and when suspended therefrom are
from New-York. Merchandize to left without under
15 day employment greater KEY WEST
Cotterill, Tift fc {"o.Od. quo no haiga publicamcnto y temptations and opportunities for injurious
31. Spanish Schr. San Fernando, salido del lunar de su proccilcncia, y tiene indulgences. SEGAR MANUFACTORY,

Paldez, Havana. Merchandize to I'. J. en su podcr pasaporlc o otro test irnonio tal LEVI \VOODRURY. W. II. WALL takes this opportunity of

Fontane. cual como los quo se conceden en Puerto .
tho Public that ho has established
informing .
Nov. 1. Sclir. A riel,Bizeul, Florida Reef. dc su procedencia purmilicndolc su salida. SAINT VINCENT.By -..
Ballast\ to Master. his Excellency\ the Right Honourable A SEGAR MANUFACTORY at Key=jWest.Ho .
Sec. 4. El Capitan rle alpun Buquc quo
"Sloop Cuba-, Sawyer, Havana. Ballast traigo dentro del Puerto dc Cayo llucso al Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, Baronet, imports for Havana.this purpose, vcrybcs

to \1\1 t'ter. Captain General) & Govcrnor-in-Chicf, Tobacco from
salido clan estina. ,
Spanish Schr. Segunda Andrea, Fernan gun pasagcro quo hayga in and over the Island of St. Vincent, Segarsoftho best quality, and of every
Coffee Segan, kc. mente de algun lunar y quo no poses pasa- be had his establishment
dez, Havana. Sugar, of the Islands description may at
and commonly
testimonio de haber sido Bcquia,
Otto permi-
to P. J. Fontane. porte Q3r All orders in the above lino will
Granadines and those
Schr. Florida, Rooke, Florida Reef.- udo su salida y permitiondplo dcscmharcar called the ,
the earliest attention.
Ballast to Master. tin pcrrniso primero obtcnido ,del Cabildo, at the Northward of Corriacou in America -

Nov. 2. Sloop Cybclc, 13 days from New- 1111 de ser tnultado y pagara por calla pasa Chancellor, Ordinary, and Vice- March, 1831.

York, bound to St. Marks. 12 Passengers.: gero nsi descmbircardo Ciucuerita Pesos. Admiral of the same, &c. &..G.&C.PROCLAMATION. SOUTHERN REVIEW.

CLEARED.Oct. Sec esttan- .
5. Que cualqnicr
2f. Sloop Eden, Braman, Havana, THE subscriber begs leave to inform the
desembarcaudo dentro del Puerto de
ly Master. gero (fcSrWHEKEAS): from the consequences public that he has undertaken, for the next

Oct. 30. Sloop Paragon: Burrows, Havana Cayo HUCPO,sin jiermiso primero obtcnido of the dreadful hurricane with which three years to publish the HOUTHEHN RfVIKW -

by Master. del Cabildo o sin tener el pasaporte neccs- this Island and its dependencies were visited and to look for hi* remuneration entirely

Oct. 31. Sloop Morning Star, Appleman, sario o otro lestimonio dc haber sido perm i- on Thursday morning,the IJth insta-it, to the present and future subscription

Havana, by Master. tido salirlibremente del Puerto do su pro it is essentially necessary! for their relief to list of $5. As this source has hitherto heen

Nov. 1. Sloop Cuba, Sawyer, Havana, cedencia (si es costumbreen tai lunar)ha doser encourage the importation of the only article inadequate to defray this xpcp.e, ho begt

fty :Master. sujeto a cntrar en obligation en la suinn of food which bears a duty, namely, leave earnestly to solicit patronage of
Andrea Charlotto's those who think the of
Srhr. Srpunda public *
Spanish P. J. Fontane.PASSENGERS. do$1000 con buena; fianza quo este approba- Flour; and of such materials as arc required -
Harbor support.
do por el Prcsidentc del Cabildo o un juez to repair the extensive damages The .ublcrib.r has associated John B. Irving .

In Sloop Mary Ann from Havana, arrived do paz para quo salgn dc la Vela,dentro del which have been sustained in houses,buildings Esq. with him in the pnhlumilun or the

S9th R. Fitzpatrick, Esq. of Key West, ticmpo como sera considerado razonable o and sugar works, over the greatest Review, who will conduct the correspondence .

and Dn. Andre Garcia of Havana.In en faitando' sera conducido a )la car eel. part of this colony: I do therefore, by establish agencies, collect and re-

Sclir. Stonington, from New York, Sec. C. Que las multas nqui onlanadas, and with the advice and consent uf his ceire: .nbaoitptlons, and attend to all the.
transactions of the Review
arrived 30th Mrs. P. C. Pinkham, Miss P. pucden ser cobradas por el I'rosifjente del Majesty's Privy Counsel, authorise and re- Business* .,excepting
tho typographical department.The
and Miss Rigby,At C.Tift,
Giraldo, Master Cabildo o por un juez dc paz. quire tho Port of Kingstown to be opened| subscriber has the satisfaction pJao
4.'I'ift and J. H. Sawyer of Key West- ____
n tho admission of Flour,
Sailed U. S. 11. C. Marion on a cmize.u accordingly for to announce tha Hugh 8. Lrgar0, Esq (to
('iR'ULARTO Yellow and Pitch Pine whom tho Review has hitherto owed
and of White, so
___ __ _se.A
___ .___
uu u -- has consented to be associated with
ArivmtTI ExT COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Boards, Plank, Scantling and Shingles, much)
NEW TREASURY DEPARTMENT, free of all Duties payable thereon, until the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq in the lite

April 5th 1C3I. of December now next ensuing rtry department of this journal.
For Mobile or New;Orleans.THE ho 3I hit day The subscribers who are still in anrjira

STONINGTON SIR, of which all Officers of his Majesty'sCustoms will be pleased to make payment to J. D.
SCHOONER been made this whom it doth,
Representations to and all others Irving! Eftq. and the new subscribers will
apt. STARK, will be despatched Department by some of our Consuls, and hereby required
shall, or may concern, are their subscriptions likewise to him, a.
for either of the above ports other that the crews of United themselves Cay
immediately persons to take due notice and to govern alone authored: to receive them.
board to States merchant vessels have b(j.n discharged -
apply on
for freight or passage, accordingly.Given A.E. MILLER,

the Captain. i' foreign complying ports with by their the provisions comman(7oswithout ol) under my Hand and Seal at Arms, No 4 Broad street, Charleston.

Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1831. 9 It. the act of Congress of the 28th of Fcbrjia- at the Government House in Kings- NOTICE. .

SJ..LEaAT ry, 1t.03. Your attention is, therefore, to mi, this eighteenth day of August,
AUCTION specially called to this subject, with a request one thousand eight hundred and thir citizen who may apprebend'DE.: .
tjio Ware House of FIELDINGA. that increased vigilance may be exerted tyone.By ANY }: from the U. States' Troops,

BROWNE, Esq. on Friday, to prevent future infractions of the his Excellency1)command, and deliver him over to an Officer of the

the 4th of November, by order of JOHN law; and it is expected that you will rc- THOMAS MELVILLE, Army, will be paid the sum of .FIFTEEN

M'KOWN, Master of the Brig Concu, uire satisfactory evidence that there has Government ? DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.J. .
to Sell the balance of Cargo &*-.. strict compliance with the requisitions Scc'ryDuJy M. GLAS8ELL,
1 proceed aid Brig-consisting of Dry ot foregoing. act in each case, before proclaimed in Kingstown, this eighteenth Major Commanding.Key .
landed Whiskey Brandy, the b.no. jjC..master, required by day of August, one thousand West, April *7, 1831 3i
Teas the
IIM5 : section (
Goods first
the t |he allowed to be hundred and in the
Cheese Shoes, eight
Candles Butter, cancelled.
Soap, Bale Rope, Nails, Flour, &*. &c. I am, respectfully, secnnd year of his! Majesty's Reign DR.D.IJ.STRODELrot.
Boots '
o'clock-Tt CASH. Your-edicnt servant, !1\tr tJY 8 nu. WihifWl/nH2 to Practice his ro
Sale: at 10 .S. P. INCrilAM, .._.. a. r k7 ill n8 vuriounnranel/eH._
(GEORGE E. WEAVER, Ai/cY. Secretary of the TreasuryTo He also keen* on !hand, a constant and

Wednesday,Nov. 2, 1831. 0 U the Collector of the Customs. NO 'icsF, frh supply Genuine

for a JJrugsn nu lU--- .

A. C. TIFT & CO. -(-)IIIJI'R-NO.- 10. -- -, IS Member hereby given of the that LegUative an Election Council, I AH orders will meet a punctual attenlion.Key .

New York, per the
received from held on Weat,4AthMarch,1831.
will >e
OF THE ARMY. Monroe county,
extensive HEAD
Stonington, an in November,1831,at the following _
Articles, iInH.'s OFFICE, first Monday u
Goods, Fancy ADJUTANT Gt: L.
of D. \Vakeley.
Dry wit of
assortment to : Estate
&c. &c. consisting in Washington, May 5th, 1831.IT places,
Groceries, Liquors, occupiedby L.
WEST-at theRoom indebted to the late D.
of the following articles: having been reported \. the Var De- AT KEY of Elec- ALL persons
part, GROCfRIFS.Holland that contrary to tnt provisions the City Council. Judge will please take notice that

LIQUORS. New Crlcans Sugar. partment, entitled An act to regulate *U>0: payment must be made forthwith; and, all
Gin the act, riaw
St Croix do with the Indian W. II. having demands on the Estate, will present
Jamaica Rum trade and intercourse P. A. Bfowne, Dec.next,or be debar-
do the frontiers to 1st
Loaf & Lump on them prevuw
KnRUnd do Tribes, and to preserve peace .
N. 11. 8. \ terbou.e.AT Adm'r.
Tea II. B.
UOU UiO'2, several
Young IIJ60n March the >, ed.
Country Gin.. approved i KEY-at the Store House 6t
INDIAN 27, 1831
thereto April
Tobacco intention West.
Cherry Brandy Coffee, white penonl,witb the Thomas Gition. Judges of Key _
Chocolate tho occupied by "
entered into
Madeira Wine Raisins, settle themselves, have OFFICE OF TUB
iVnpriffe do Soap Segars set apart and allotted to the several Election: VICE-CONSULATE
country Hcwe
Tallow and the Silas BRITISH ,
Sperm, established beyond
Malaga do tribes of Indians Ede Vat Evour, Tendon and the
: Lloyds ,
Candles under treaties made And Agent for ,
do. Babcrry limits of the States,
Claret do Powder and Shot with the said ludian Tribes by the United Joseph tie house of WmCojley. Association of Underwriter, lAtfrpool,
Cordial Pilot Dread, Crac. the Commanding officers of the several AT NEW RIVER-at vo. 3, roojrr-rrnicET.

Barberry do ken, Flour, Fulton States posts: on the frontiers arc enjoined to Judges Wm.of Election Co>ley,: Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock ... M.

Market Deef. see that the provisions of the act above alluded John Dubose, tf Key West,20th April, 1831.

GOODS. to be enforced in relation to the removal Lewis F Breaker.By .
DRY of the said unlawful: settlers, taking! -THOSE persons who feel disposedto
Linen PINKHAM, f
do Olive do, order of D. C.
Cloth, said of
Superfine Black Silk, Irish for their guide in the execution of the Pressing Justice Contribute towards the erection a
Shirts, Cotton do, Sewing above referred. the Island, are informed
Belt Ribbons duty the act Monroe Count, CHURCH upon
Muslins, the
Assorted MACOMB, be received by
Liien. order of ALEXAKDF.R will
Ruffs, Ry JOEL that Subscription
,Calicoes,Lace.Shawls Maj. Gen. Commanding the Army, Clerk. following gentlemen, composing the Committee -

Cravats, Gloves R. JONES, 6-tf. appointed for that purpose:

&c.ALSO C-if. Adj. Gen. Qct.4th,183l. lion. K.,.. WEBB, D. C. P.! KHUI. W.
-- M. 8To&, Esqrs. Drs.
An Extensive Assortment CIRCULAR. THE SUBSCRIBERS A. WniTtHE4p, L.
OFFICIAL and B. B. BraoBEt.
ofBEADYMADE N.AVV DeriRTME.fT, \ taken the Store recently oc II. S. WATIUHOUSZ__ __ JM, rr&
ClXJTIIINfi, HAVING Porter t Stanard, in the a a
, .. Sept. 26, 1C3LS end of F. A. Browne's WareHouse WE are authorized to announce Col.
of recent occurrence North East
bm,-In consequence sale accommodating L.M. 8TON E, as a Candidate for the noatLegislative
attention U invited offer for on
&' &c. the service, your ,
CUTLERY, in assortment of Council of Florida.
dt to two subjects,where the law now re- term, a general .
: and power of all concerned DRY GOODS, -
the rights uace
eulate ann?
ALSO ; but where there is still vested in officers GROCERIES! andSHIP (( -i- WE are FITZPATRICK authorized to, Esq as..
exercise of which it RICHARD
A discretion, in the CHANDLERY. IftTa
a ,
know distinctlythe C aiulidate to represent Monroe Bounty
desirable to them to WEAVER CO.
Articles, too numerous toDo may be GEORGE E. CouocU i Flo 4a.
Variety of other wishes of U.P Pr( 'tent and .C this Ie- Key West, April 20, 1831 shenextLezisla
0 U "vtment.
Koy W"t, Nov i, le31.



Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive ORDINANCE: 11. Stenographic Academy.15V .
I. Finance.lie ;
ThreeDollars for every such day. Constituting a Committff of
M. T C. aor1.n.No. .
Sec. 10. Any Pilot applying for r it ordained by the President and
Of the Town Council, passed Branch, shell, at the time ho obtains the Members of the Toirn Council '!J1 hey t G; ?mirth r.ight: Street, n.iladtlpl.ia

of tho Ticasurer' and ftf'cr' the : ol TIU rropte-nr of tlMsestablislmii, 'm dins
Oct. 15, 11331.ORDINANCE.No same, pay into the hands West, That from : passing
TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk this Ordinance, two Members of the Hoard, visited the pincipal cities, town, and) trj.lepos !.

8. for issuing the same. to bo designated by the President from time in the
Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of to time, shall constitute a Committee of and 1 as a Tmcher of Stenography, and u
To regulate the Pilotage of Ordi- the solicitation of
Ordinances-militating against this Finance. now induced, by tiiiinc-:
fif it ordained by the Council of the ordained '1'hat individuals, in faiif
I nance, are hereby repealed.ORDINANCE Sec. 2. He it further ions riUH-ftoble >uB I
Town of Key West, That when any per- it shall bo the duty of the said Committee parts of thocoui.try; to prcpaic plan for I

"' son shall be desirous of having the situation' No. 0. to examine and audit all bills or accounts c-(JlTlII1l1llICn I III!! a knowledge. of his art (to I

of Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall |resent presented against the Council ; to examinethe all thoselio may con; I.it vvoith I their|! I'
the Council written petition whereupon Regulating the introduction sf Foreigners Marshal liom their .
to a ; accounts ol Treasurer' and altentio.i, hutvlio, remote situation
it shall be the duty of the Council to appoint ilto the Town of Key West. and make reports quarterly as to the state cannot enjoy the benefits of his I'er- !

a committee of three competent |>er- WHEREAS several criminals, offenders against of the Finances. sonal instiuction.

sons to make enquiry into the qualification- the laws of the country whence D. C. PINKIJAM: The jstcm, a knowledge of which it i is

and fitness of the persons applying, and res. they came, have lately arrived at Key Preset T. C. proposed to communicate, may be coti Adeied .

port thereon at the next succeeding meeting West from Foreign Ports, and as a con II S. WATEKHOrsK:, standard of American Sleno,! |"IIt'|

of the board, when the prayer of, the tinuance of such arrivals will bo attended ( 'jerk.Extract ; -it is alit ost the only plan used ill ihf-

petitioner shall be acted on : all Pilots appointed by many injurious consequences to United Slate:?, and is sold by most et'cL, ,,,.

shall, previous to receiving their the} community, unless means be taken 6/iD book-sellers: to tho exclusion of all oil t:,n m r
bond with and sufficientsecunty fJl It
Branch give good eB'
to {prevent them: systems.: It has (parsed tluougliwroj fr/rt:.,
of their
for the faithful performance lie it ordained, by the President -
therefore been nu-cli
editors, and has recently u-::
of the
duty. and Members of t he Town Council from a Law proved stereotyped, and embellished with
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, West That from and after dated 16th .
of Key United States, seventeen new copper plate enyravings illustrat'uc
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto the tirst day of November next, the Master of the theory.A .

lIable them to proceed over the Kei-fund of any vessel arriving from a foreign portor March, 1802.SFCTION. of this work wilt constitute tin*

render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel requiring place, at the |hurt of Key West, shall i XIX. first three cv.iy numbers of a contemplated sc.

the panic: vessel 5 make a report to the Clerk of the Town Every person; who shall procure or en lies of I'linted Lectures, or Periodical
Sec. 3. That drawing over
tins Port fishing Council, of tho number of passengers onboard tire a SOLDIER of the United States to Numbers, to be published weekly, and stint,
feet of water entering : except the United Slates
of ,
I citizens
vessels and vessels\ not desert, or who shall purchase from any through the medium of the mail or otlieivvisc '-
smacks wrecking West
of wreckers shall thela'cs nor residents of the Town of Key ; Soldier, his Artns,; /niform i Clothing, or to each subscriber, till a thorough
tinder charge pay I dollar
of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. I and Fhallpuy to the aforesaid.Sec. Treasurer. one any part thereof; amid any Captain or knowledge of the art shall have been com
for every passenger Ollicer of Ship or Vessel municated.It J.
otter Commanding any
If Pilot does not board or
4, a ordained That
his services to a vessel liable to lake Pilot 2. lie it further who shall enter on board such Shipor will be tho object of these Lecture

until said! vessel: arrives within 4 miles of t'i Master of any vessel within failing or 24 neglect-hours Vessel: ), as one pf his Crew or otherwise not only to convey to each individual: a
in;, o make such report such Soldier, or and of ShortHand
practical knowledge
West said Pilot carry awpyany complete -
the Light-House on Key of said vessel shall forfeit
dieting his services, shall bo after the arrival shall refuse to deliver him up to the orders NVritiny! but to point out the most
so boarding or of five dollars in addition -
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said and pay the sum aforesaid for each of 'his Commanding Officer, shall, upon eligible way to employ it as a J labor and

Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the to the sum required Legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion liiiio saving mclhod, for acquiring oLe:

Light-House on Key West is distant not I passenger. of any Court havign cognizance of useful !howl'dge, by pctforming, in minutes

more- than two miles, and then bears E. N. Sec. 3. Be further ordained, Thatno the same, in any sum not exceeding and hours, that which must olhurnt

E no pilotage shall be claimed. foreign passenger:! from any ship or vessel Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, \\ requite days and ireels.

Sir. 5. All vessels drawing five feet shall be permitted to laud within tl.e any term not exceeding one ,\ear." Should the above plan succeed, nnJ

water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance I port or harbour of Key West, unless' he -<;)+C>- there is reason to believe it may, thet-c |rr'

,retiring to receive a pilot outside of : shall have freely and openly departed from Extracto de mi Lej dc Los riodical numbers will be continued monthly ,

the Reef when a Pilot shall tender JIM services I the place whence he carne, and have in his Unidos fecha. nt one dollar per annum, under thc fol-:

shall IKS liable to pay full pilotage; : possession a passport, or such other papers Estados con lowing title, to wit :

but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two as are usually granted at the port whence tl'ert'-! del 16 de Marzo, THE AMERICAN: REPERTORY,

miles! of the Light-llous on Key West,the he came, permitting him to depart '
180 Of Arts, Sciences, tied Useful Literatim.
said light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel fn ten.
Uull pay half pilotage.MC. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That SECCION XIX. The object of this work will ho to fur
considered of vessel who shall! mush, in numbers to the rising generation,
6. The Reef shall be the Masler any ship or ,
.. 'When"t'N, Light-House! on Sand Key bears bring within the port or harbour of heyW ? Persona alguna quieu procure o1 us- a Miniature Kncyclopedia, or (Jcncral ('fl.
isti el hair de algun SOLUA() de LesEslados binct in its concise
who llavedaml.stincly embracing course a i
either 1:. N. K or W.S.W.See. t, any foreign passenger may
7. All %'osela liable to pay pilot- departed from any foreign Unidos, o' quien compra de al- view or Epitome of the most inteieMinjj

ace, hound from this Tort, shall pay thesame place; and who shall not JMHSCSS' n passportor gun Soldado MJS Armas, bestido de Uiiiformi topics of the ace; with the exception ft
as vessels entering: but if said vessel other evidence} of his having been !permit o' quales }ofif! fiafte de ellu ; y algun religion and politics. As a matter/ of gnat

shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they led to depart from thence,-and per Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna convenience to the reader, especially Tor, j

> hjiU ie subject to but half pilotage. mitting him to land} without jirimibSion first Fraga'a (,' Darro quo sea, o1 quien se future Tcfciente! the contents of each ;'a'.c:;

Sec. B. All vessels except wrecking vessels obtained from the Town Council, shall embarca en dIll come; Marincro, o' de will be denoted by appropriate :! ill lit:

smacks and vessels under charge of forfeit and pay, for each passenger so landed qualesqucra tnodo !lleva Coasijo: algun margin-to tvhicli marginal words, a general

wreckers, entering or leaving thus Port the sum ot fifty dollars. Soldado J o' quien deja de entregar, el index will be framed upon the pinn--

. throng the North West passage, and drawing Sec. 5. He it further ordained, That dicho Soldado a la ordcn del OficialMandando pie of Locke's Common-Place Book, thin:

four feet water, or over, shall pay two any foreign passenger landing within the : sera obligado a pagan una furnishing to each reader nn infulliMe/ I I.l'}'

dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering Ins Town of Key Wept, without permission mnlla Se..!nn Iad9njreciou de la C'oitequc to the w' ttJlc.l or any [particular part tv.eh! !

service; out if said vessel docs not receive first obtained from the Town Council tenga conocimicnlo del mismo, en <|ualesqueia lo may 'wish to re-examine the same

surd HUfltjJslfpilotage only shrill be paid ; or without having the necessary:; } siiina no sruiido unba do Tie /line suggesting to the ospirant, aftei /Knovil I.

if :rSfdtw'no$ >i tender 'his service out passport or other! evidence of his being allowed cientos pesos o' puesto en li piicion
side the'bar or the said North-West passage freely to depart from tho port whence por tin ttrmmo no siendo ariba do unC'IRCUIAIJ. lull to produce to him incalculable (,cue-

then ho shall not claim pilotage or he came, (if any is usually granted at such ..anu.- fits, by an ultimate saving of time and: l.i:

half pilotage. i Mat e ) shall be liable to enter into bonds*'" --- hot; lor it is asserted without the fear 01

Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall the sum of $ ,000 with good security, to Office of American and refutation that a young; man, who will (first

tender their services to any vessel, the first bo approved of by the President of the Claims, No 49! Wall streetew Foreign Agency YorkPtJIJLIC for acquire a facility in Short-1/ Land WIIMI T, 1

:alongside shall ho accepted, and if refused Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to de, Ki'TICF. is hereby given to und then proceed to write daily in a CommonPlace
the said Pilot shall l>c entitled to recch'edJlnl within such Book the principles here
part from the Island:: time as all! persons whom it may concern, having upon
f pilotage. may bo deemed reasonable, or on failure Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &c. payable sinrgfstcd, will acquire more useful knovvU
Sec. 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo be committed to jail. or recoverable abroad, that this Agency hao .edge in one year, than it would be possiblefor I

or more vessels, it shall be his duty to Sec. G. fie it further ordained, That established, under the special..aus"vcs. "duals and i him to obtain! in three years, by any
\ in
visit that which is unless of patronage of distinguished nilier plan that has.crer been IO 'ised
nearest : a signal % I
nalties herein
fines und t
the several f
|M. enacted this ?- "rrepondciice with
distress be exhibited on one more iemote country, a regul : In carrying out this design three
: the important j
may recovered before the President i- eminent Banker ccc. principal ports
and any Pilot failing to comply with this of the Town Council or any Justiceof and capitr Jl ''orciff governments in com- principles: :: will be constantly in view: I
provision shall forfeit his Branch. thc Peace. merci'relatiou with the United States; l'lrst-lo select from the great mass of e

Sec._ 11. Any.. _Pilot charged_ I before the iough the medium whereof such. valid human knowledge that only wInch is tt:-loful. !
Town ('.uune l, of incapacity or negligence, -- I claim* as may be confided thereto will beerpedted S'conll-'I'li condense it as far as its I
shall. urBranch. rnnw"---; ,,' UHD1N"."UL"O.. 10.ror for settlement, and promptly and practical utility will admit. on. I
rflectivcly recovered, when furnished
Sec. 12. All Jutes: and i>cnaltics imis- lrct --tTli flue Introduction of Cholera the claimants with the suitable legal proofs by Third-To systematize and arrange the I
__ __ f.c JCCo"Of\.I'n- into i if Town of Key \Vest.WHEKKAS and vouchers together with the requisite whole in such manner, that each and every t
President of tto'I'own council, allowing certain lower of Attorney, to he taken and acknowledged |portion shall be at immediate command. I
to the parties, in all instances ( disease, known by the before The limits of
an Mami-of XDIAN any Judge of a Court of scanty a prospectus: forbid
appeal to tho Council. CJIOLERA present Record or other competent ci.l magistrate tl.e addition of other considerations in this
Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board (pre tiling in the Northern parts of municipal authority, or notary pub- place.

of a vessel, he shall exhibit his:: Branch, and Europe, iy the most fatal character; and lic; and the .. 'loleduly authenticated by the 'l'Ertus--For
shall also furnish the Master or Command-! as such l1/11l'aSe may be introduced into Governor of the state or territory in which a full course of instructionas

er of said vessel with a of this our own ports by vessels: trading with true same may bo perfected, and legalized above-mentioned g2 50, payable in advance
nanco. copy Ordi- that qucrter of the (ilobc: by the appropriate Foreign Consul. or on the receipt of the first three
Having also established a similarcorres numbers of the
Sec 14. The following fie therefore\ ordained by the President pondence periodical.
rates of Pilot- throughout the United States and All

On a vessel drawing 5 feet, 7 00 of Key IT/, That all vessels arriving ery, m any part thereof respectively recov-, will I to act as. agents I If in their respective neighliorhoods. .
G" k from port or places) where the said disease be rect'ivt'd. and elficieuUy attended to, in a postmaster procures but
900 exists shall be taken behalf of American, one subscriber, he will be entitled too
cc 7" by the Pilots of the a. well as Foreign gratuitous :
1000 claimants' copy of the published if
without their system-
cc 8" port, going on board, to the
cc -. 1200 Quarantine Ground, northward and westward Orders for the investment of funds on four subscribers, to a full course of instruction
9" -
tc 1350 of Fleming's hey -..-tlicre to I mortgage of freehold property, or in the or S2 50 from the money col lee.
10 ; remain purchase of
-1500 securities in the United led and in like
; for
under the direction of the proportion a or
cc President greater
of States
11" .. 1660 tho : Canal ; oans of the States of New less number
12" Council end Health Oflicer of the port. York, | np jl aniatObio1 &c. of subscribers-that is to say,
1800 punctually
a commission of
and twenty cent for his
faithfuPy per
h executed.
13" 1950 Sec, 2. Be it furtfu-r ordained That services. Those wish
Applications for full
K to this a more
14 Co while it sloB U Agency, in
2300 thought necessary by the case requiring the explanation, or to
investigation of claim see a specimen of thepagetyie
said I ,
15" llcalthOllicer
2700 that such vessel search of
orve* record &c.
or the intervention | to be used doubt
sell should of legal may no <<
J G" 3200 : perform quarantine, no intercourse proceeding should be accompanied '* gratified by calling on who
cc 17" 3GOO I whatever shall beheld! with the with an adequate remittance to defray the have been gent'ralJysuppJiec1 with ,

18 cc 4000 Town or Island of Key West, but by permission preliminary charges and disbursements at- diction to the system above referred an intro
19" and under the tending the aine; and all to.
4500 direction of the letters must be TIle
cc 20"< President! and Health Officer addressed! (post paid) to the undersigned issuing of numbers will commence
5000 and all : ,
; per- r oiitoellor early in July from
I* of the Supreme Court and after which, each
cc uf the
21 5500 sons whu'1J.1I hold intercourse U
any states) in the new applicant will
OtBce be
cc of
the supplied at the
22" CO 00 !'uchi..*I or vessels, without first obtaining Wall street, New York.: Agency 49 .,f subscribing, with ,
a perfect set from the
23" .6500 said permission, shall he liable to perform AAIO: ". PALMER, beginning.
24 u 7000 the same quarantine. that may he imposed --- -- --,- ,
Sec. 15. when a Pilot shall be detain1 upon said said vessels: and cargoes. Loggerhead I'urtlc Shell.-- OThe: )publisher of any ne"spapt"'rc1rput.1it'
on board any easel i journal, who till this
after give
sho Prospectus -
in: '
arnved Sei3. :
fie it subscribers
. in thtfhuhor! at nwrwpiesi of eh. tin- further ordained That rl fur 500 lbi will give; a fair price a conspicuous insertion, and forward
Oi.lmaiice bhall of the aho\e
remain in full force artiCle. e of the
Blaster or Coiaunoder: of said vessel I, nid until expressly GEORGE k:. WC.\\'EJt S ntv paper containing it, shall revive -
irpcatal CO.
by the Council. <
Key W est, June r. .' a regular series of the contemIiJt

a lectures, without other rhar e.onDINANCES .