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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 9, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT-LET Al.t TIIK ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, nB THY COUNTRY'S.'

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VOL. I. KEY WEST, WKDN'KSDAY, NOV. a, 1831. NO. 10.

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.. -- ---== -------- -==----= And rear, exulting o'er thy dust be the timer spread! up- -not that I am \Vi "- From the Letters of Chesterfield.
THE GAZETTE. The monument of endless fame- ill to little Harry, or to the babe that's: yet .* LYING.

EniTF.n BVII. Shall thither bid young mothers wend to be 1,0rn-JOd ford-and make them really know nothing more criminal
,
B. STROIICT AND I.. :M. STOXH, To bless thy spirit as they rove, kind to the poor, and better folk than their more mean, and more ridiculous, than ly
And published on Wednesday by And learnwhile o'er thy tomb they bend, f.\ther.-Anll now, ride e'en your ways; ing. It is tho production either of malice
every For Heaven to train the babes they love. hear ,
for these are the last words ye'll ever cowardice, or vanity and
THOMAS N. JEFFKKYS.TFRMS generally missesof '
!Meg Merrihes speak, and this is the last its ann in everyone of these views for
THE W ARmOR.nis reise that I'll in the woods ;
-$5. per annum-payable in c\ercut bonny lies are always detected sooner or liter
advance. foot's in the stirrup oi Ellangowan." If I tell a malicious lie, in order to nflect
Advertisements inserted at one dollar His hand' on the mane- So saying, she broke the sapling she any man's (brume or character I in
per square for the first insertion and fifty lie is up And away-; held in her hand, and flung it into tho road. deed injuic him for may *
Shall we see him again son.o time; "hit I
cents for succeeding tune, till ordered
every Margaret of Anjou, bestowing on )her triumphant shall Itc bo
the
to be stopped. He thinks on his lady-love : sure to greatest suilerer. at
Little be heeds foes her keen-edged malediction, last; for as soon as I am detected and
_._-==--__ .- __ ____ !!II!! The levelling of lances could not have turned from them with n detected I most certainly shall !U) ,I( nrn

POETRY. Or rushing of steeds. gesture more proudly contemptuous. Die blasted for the infamous: attempt and
- -- lie thinks on his true love, Laird 'his voice and ;
WONDERS AND MTJRMERS.: was clearing to speak, whatever is aid afterwards to the IIi tld-
And rides in an armour thrusting his hand in his pocket to find
antage of Unit : however
perso.i, true
BV S. C. nAr.L.3tra.n Of proof, woven sure pas-
ball: the waited neither for
row; gypsy 8cs for calumny. If I lie
the of his charmer. or equivocate
should be left free fly spells ,
Wind
that the so ,
e
his reply nor his donation, but strode down for it is the same thing, in order to
To with a flower, or tear a tree ; excuse
play How young and how comely, the hill to overtake the caravan. for
mjself something: that I have
To range or ramble where'er it will, Lo look on him now ; said or
And, as it lists, to be fierce or still ; How steadfast his eye, done, and to avoid tho danger or tho shame
Above, and around, to breathe of life, And how tranquil, brow : rOllTKAIT OF QUEEN MARY. that I apprehend' from it, I discover, nt once,
Or to mingle the earth and the sky in strife; The gift of his lady-love Her face, her form, have been PO (IN'plyimpn'5 my I fear,as well as my falsehood; and only
Gently to whisper, with morning light, Glitters foil gay, '( tiHin the imagination, that, even increase: instead of avoiding the dangerand
Yet to like a fetter'd fiend ere night ; *
growl As down like the
eagle the shame I show
; injrclf to !
at the distance of nearly three centuries, it )p the
bless
cherish and
and ,
love to-day,
Or to Ho on his
pours prey. lowest and the
i is to remind the meanest of mankind and
What to-morrow it ruthlessly rends away. Go sing it in song, unnecessary most ignorant ,
and uninformed reader of the am sure to be always treated ns such.
that the Fun should call into birth And go tell it in story ; striking
!Strange:; Fear instead of
which characterize that avoiding Invites
All the fairest flowers and fruits of earth, lie went in his strength; traits remarkable danger
fur concealed
'rhen bid them perish,and see them die, And returned. in his glory. countenance, which seems at once to combine cowards will insult known
While they cheer the soul_and gladden the ,[The Anniversary.] our ideas of the majestic: the pleasing, cues If one has had the misfortune to
and the brilliant IKJ in tho wrung, there is'
eye. -- -, leaving us to doubt whether something noble
At morn, its child I is the pride of spring MISCELL !'UOUS.: they express:: most happily the queen, the ill frankly owning it; it is the only way of
At night, a shrivell'd and loathsome thing. -- -- beauty, or the accomplished woman. Who atoning tor it, and the only way of
To-day,there is hope and life in its breath- From the Beauties Watcrly. is there, at the very mention of Mary Stu forgiien. Equivocating, evading, shaft
To-morrow, it shrinks to a useless death. SPEECH OF JMEi MKHKIL1KS.Tlio : art's name, that has not her countenance fling, Ita order to removo n present dangeror
doth it seem,that the Sunshould joy
Strange
To give life alone,that it may destroy race, it is true, which ho'had: thus before him, familiar as that of tho mistress mconveniency, is something so mean,
summarily dismiss; from their ancient of his youth, or the favorite daughter of and Itttrays: so much fear, that whoever
Strange:; that the Ocean should come & go, place of refuge, was idle and vicious but his advanced age? Even those who feel practiMthem, always deserves to he, and
and ebb and flow ;
With its daily nightly often will be 1 kicked.
themselves cornicllcd to believe all muchof There is another
had he endeavored! tu render thorn otherwise ] ,or
To hear on its placid breast at morn,
:The bark, that ere night, will be tempesttorn ? They were not more irregular characters what her enemies laid to her charge, SOt of lies, inollenaive enough in themselves -
now than they fwd been while they cannot think without a sigh upon a countenance but wonderfully ridiculous; I mean
Or cherish it all the way it must roam, were admitted to cons'der themselves as a expressive of any thing rather than those lies which n rnistakcn vanity SUP.
To leave it a wreck within sight of home ; sort of subordinate dependants of his family the foul crimes with which she was char- pests, that defeat the very end for winch
To smile, as the mariner's toils are t;er, ; and ought the circumstance of 'hi* ged when living, and which still continue they arc calculated, and terminate in the
Then wash the dead to his cottage door ; becoming a inajjistra'c to have made at to shade, if not to blacken, her memory. humiliation and confusion of their author,

And To watch gently the ripple widow along behold the strand him land, once such a change: in his conduct towards That brow, so truly then and regal- thosi' who is sum to bo detected. These area,..,
them? Some means of reformat: r Ollglll eye-brows, so regularly graceful, which yet chiefly narrative and historical<'8, all intended
Tint, stranger than all, that man should die at least to have been tried, before pending were saved from tho charge of regular insipidIty to do infinite honour to thoir au.
When his plans arc formed and. his hopes -I iscven families,t-tyce? upon the, wide world, by the beautiful edict of tho hazel thor. Ho is always the hero of 'hM own

Tie walks are high forth; a lord_ of the earth today and depriving them of a degree of rountc eyes which they overarched, and which romances; ho has been in dangers from
nance which withheld them at least from seem to utter a thousand: histories-the \\hiclinobody but himself ever escaped
,
And the morrow beholds him, a pa rt of its ,
clay ; atrocious guilt. TheroVa'! also: a nrUurJjearning nose, with all its Grecian precision: of outline he lm j seen with his' own eyes jyhfttcver

lIeis born in sorrow, and cradled in pain, of heart upon parting with so ma- -the mouth, So well proportioned' so other people have heard or read of; and
And from youth to age-His labor in vain ; ny known and familiar faces; and to this sweetly formed, as designed tp s|>eak nothing has ridden more miles |post in ono day, than
And all that seventy years can show, feeling Godfrey Bertram was |>c<:uliarly accessible but what was delightful to hoar-the ever courier went in two. He is: HOOII dig.
Is, that wealth is trouble, and wisdom woe: fiom the limited qualities of his dimpled chin-the statelyswanhke neck- covered, and as soon become tho object
That he travels a path of care and strife, mind, which sought its principal amusements form a countenance: the like of which wo : of universal contempt and ridicule He-
Who drinks of the poisoned cup of life. among the petty objects around him. know not to have existed in any other character : I member then oa long as you 'live, that nothing -

Alas! if tide murmer at thins like these. As he was about to turn Ins' hor;c'a headto moving in that high class of life, I !but strict truth can carry you throughthe
That reflection tells us are wise decrees ; pursue his journey, Meg: :Mcrrihcs, who where the actresses, 03 well as the actors, world, with fill her ,jrrmr tpricience "or
That the wind is not ever a gentle breath- had lagged: behind the troop, unexpectedly command general and undivided attention.It your 'honour unwou, Spdi\jIff is not only
That the sun is often the bearer of death
That tfie ocean wave is not always still- presented herself. is in vain to say that the portraits which your duty, but your Fiitcrcift iw a proof of
And that life is chequered with good kill ; She was standing upon one of.those} exist of this remarkable woman arc not which, you may always observe, that the'
If we know 'ti is well such change should br., high banks, which, as we before noticed, like each other; for,amidst: their discrepancy greatest fools are the greatest liars. For
What do we learn from the things we sec '!_ overhung the road; so that she was placed each I jiosscsses general fntures which my own part, I judge by every man's truth
That an erring and sinning child of dust- considerably higher than Ellangowan, even tho eye at once acknowledges ns peculiar of 'IIH degree of understanding.

Should and not wonder nor murmer-but hope though he was on horseback; and her tall tu tho vision which our imagination has rai- -.. ...... ".. .- :.-
trust.MOTHER. figure, relieved against the clear blue sky, sed while we read her 'history for the first: NIW\\n'rrsn'us'J's.; '
-oe beeined almost of supernatural height. time, and which has Itccn impressed; upon .
OF WASHINGTON.BY y We have noticed, that there was in her go it by the numerous prints and pictures A. C. TIFT & CO.

MRS. I.. 1C. SlfJOURNEV. neral attire, or rather in her mode of ad- which we have seen.! Indeed, we cannot HAVE received from New York, pet
' :Mother of him whose godlike fame, justing it, somewhat of a foreign costume, look on the worst of them, however deficient / Htonington, an extensive
The good throughout the world revere, assortment Dry Good., Fancy Articles,
in of execution
without
for point
artfully adopted, perhaps, tho saying
Ah w/iy without a stone or name, purposeof Groceries, Liquors, &e. &e. consisting in
Thus sleep's thou unregarded here 1 adding to the elft-ct of her spells and that it is meant for Queen Mary; arid no part,of the /following articlesLIQUOIIS. '
prediction, or (jtcihaps from some traditional small instance it i is of the power of beauty, GK'iCRRirs.
Fair pensile branches o'er thee wave, notions respecting{ the dress of her an t that her charms should have remained the Holland Gin, Now Orleans Sugar.
Yet And Nature decks the chosen dell. cestors. On this occasion,she had a largepiece subject not merely of admiration, but ot Jamaica Hum St Ciuix do
o'er hallowed
surely thy graveA I and chivalrous interest N. England do Loaf & Lump do
nation's mournful sighs should swell of red cotton cloth rolled about her warm after the
head in the form of a turban, from beneath lapse of such a length of time. Wo know Country Gin Young Hyson Tea
Home with a burst of filial pride, which her dark ryes flashed I with uncom- that by far the most:: acute of those who, in Cherry IJrandf Coffee, Tobacco
MadeiraVino Raisins
The
mother of her Gracchi viewed Chocolate
;
And why should we restrain the tide mon lustre. Her long and tangled black latter diys, have ndopted tie unfavorableview TencriiTe ilo Soap, Began
.., hair fell in d-locks( from the folds of Mary's character longed like tho
Of reverential gratitude 1 of this Malaga do ape: 'm, Tallow and
She singular head-gear. Her attitude was that executioner before his dreadful task was Port do. Ilaberry Candle
Her to tribute sublime of Voturnni paid of a sybil in frenzy, and she stretched out, performed, to kiss! tho fair hand of 'her on Claret do Powder and ihot

When the dread chief enraptured that voice tears obeyed, in her right hand, a sapling Lough, which whom he was about to perform so horrible Peppermint Cordial Pilot Dread, Crac.
hick sternly curbed his infant years. teemed just pulled. a duty. I Ilaapberry. do ken, Flour, Fulton

. Thou in the days of Sparta's might, 'I'll be d-d,' said the groon, 'if she Dressed then, in a deep mourning robe, Market Ileef.DRY
Hadst high on her illustrious roll has not been cutting the young ashes in and with all those' charms of face, shape, GOODS.
Been ranked amid those matrons bright the Dulcit jark."-The Laird made no answer and manner, with which faithful tradition Superfine mack Cloth, do Olive do, LI-
Who nobly nursed the great of soul. but continued to look at the figure has made each reader: familiar, Mary Stuart ncn Shirts, Cotton do, Sewing Sjlk, Irish

For disciplined in wisdom's school, which was thus perched above his path. advanced to Mutt the Lady of Locbleven lions Linen, Calicoes Assorted LaceShawli Miulins, Prints, Gauzo, Belt Huff Ilib-

The lofty people owned thy sway 'Hide your ways,' said the gypsy, 'ride who, on her part, endeavored to con- Cravats, Gloves, ,
And well might he be skilled to rule, )our ways, Laird of Ehangowan-rule ceal dislike and apprehension under the aj>- kc.ALSO
So early nurtured to obey. have ways, Godfrey Bertram!-This day l>earance of respectful indillerencc. The

So enervating arts refined, quenched seven smoking hearths truth was,that she had experienced repeat- An Extensive Assortment
Toslumber lulled his heaven-born might, see if the fire in jour am parlour burn the Idly the Queen's superiority iu that species| ofItCADYOIADn
To weak indulgence warped thy mind, blither for that. Ye have riven the thack of disguised yet cutting sarcasm, with CLOTHING,
To cloud a hero's path of light. otF seven cottar houses-!look if your ain which voiicri can successfully avenge themselves &

gay, when upon thy shielding breast roof-tree stand the faster.-Ye may stable for real and substantial injuries. It CUTLERY, &c. &c.
The Saviour of his country hung, )our stirks in tlacslaealio;; at Dcrnclciigh may be will doubted, whether this talent &
When bis oft lips to thine was pressed, sec that the hare does not couch on the was not us fatal to its possessor as the many ALSO
Wooing the accents of thy tongue, hcartlutane at Ellangouari.-Ilido your others enjoyed by that highly gifted,but
3awest thou, preseience o'er his brow, ways, Godfrey Bertram what do jo glow moit: unhappy female; for, while it often A
The shadowy wreaths of laurel! grow? er after our folk fur-Th'rc thirty hearts afforded her a momentary triumph over her Variety of other Articles, too numerous to

Or when his infant hands were taught there, that wad bat bread ere ye had want keepers, it failed not to exasperate their re- be inserted.
Hy thee in simple prayer to rise ed sunkets, and spent their life-blood ere sentrnent; and tho satire and sarcasm, in Key West, Nov.. 1P31. p tfNOTICE

Say were thy own devotions fraught ye had scratched your finger. Yes-tller '* which title had indulged, were frequently -
With heightened incense for the skies ? thirty yondjer, from the auld wile' of hundred retaliated by the deep and bitter hardship citizen who may apprehend a DE-

Well may that realm confiding: rest, to the babe that was born last week, which they had the power of inflicting.It ANY from the U. 8tates' Troupe,
Heroes and mighty chief to see, that jo have turned out o' their bits o' bidda is well known that her death was at length and deliver him over to an Officer of the
Who find its infant offspring blest to sleep vv ith the tad and the black-cock hastened by a letter which.ahe wrote to Army, will he paid the sum of FIFTEEN
With monitors and guides like thee. in the inuirs! Kidc DOLLARS for each Deserter thus. ureeL
your ways, Ellangow- Queen .Elizabeth: in which she treated her <<
3omefuture] age, than ours more just an.-Onr bairns arc hinging at our weary jealous rival,and the' Countess: of Shrew J. M. GLA8HELL; ,

With LU shall blend thy houor'J name; backs: -look that your braw cradle at '!imtJ bury, with the koen-st irony and ridicule Key West, April 27 Major, IWI Commanding.3i

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From the 'Philadelphia National Gazette. I stay He, while the old lady Jiail been English wiles of W.UiHat tno l latest GAZETTE.
'I'IIE
had provided six fence-rails dates and was: daily expecting to receive a
loading, liy ,
of li
On last the operation
Thursday Gen. Krcutz.
under
them down in two rows two feet strong reinforcement
on the venerable ing apart; KEY WEST:
thotomy was performed between these he had scattered a )large The Coronation: of the King and Queen
with
Chief Justice Marshall, a professional of took place In Westminster WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1031.
quantity of shattered corn-so, paying the England: I
skill which could only bo rivalled by _
fortitude "with which it old lady the dollar, 'ho chose such a position Abbey on the 8th ult. Feastmgs! and rejoicings : __ ,
the admirable was:
all favorable and as would enable 'him to rake the whole in honor of the occasion also! occurred An Election was held at this place 01., I

hopes borne.may Appearances be entertained of the prolongation ; file, fore and aft, then raised the piece to in most of the principal cities of Monday, 7th, instant, for a Representativeto
his face-Slapbang! went Qld Bluetrigger, the empire.
of an inestimable life under circumstances the Legislative Council from Moiirm,
the
with a most horrid explosion-gobble,gobble The King held a Levee day previous -
relief which will
of personal sn at which the Representatives at that County. The following was the result
sure the continuance of its' full national gobble, went the turkeys-hiss, hiss, *:
value. If could select feelings to bo ''Iiss- -s-e-e, ttcnt the gccsequack,quack, Court of all the Foreign Powers were pre- For n. Fitzpatrick, 37 votes.
envied wo should wo indicate those of a surgeon quack, trent the dbcks-"Ha, "ha, 'ha-hur- sent--amongst the number the Charge d'- For L.. M. Stone, 31 do.
occasion with ra, for Bluetrigger!1" cried the Captain Afiah-es of the United States. -
successful on such ah -"Hurra, for Old Bluetrigger!" cried Neither the Duchess of Kent, nor her G Majority
a sensibility such as that of Dr. Physitk.:
the Mate "Hurra 'for Old Bluetriggcrl" daughter the Princess Victoria, (the proba-
The operator was thoroughly alive to all -- We l.cliCupon tho whole, that there '
cried the Cook "(lod"have !r' ble future Queen of were pre-
tho merits of his patient; his, esteem ho marcy on me England were fewer bad votes given than*upon an ;
shrieked old Mrs! W.-hobbling! out from sent at tho absence ;
that it could I
probably thought BO great not under an old ashhopperVhe e she had has been the subject of much remark in former occasion.
be enhanced: but he witnessed a simple
; ensconced herself till had fired tho The truetraosois said to
Bobstay newspapers.
force of him resolution that the,which man .is must equal have to convinced tbo and praying, perhaps, for the first time in be the delicate-state of the princess' health,, TIle U., S. SclrSprk, Lt. Com. Pier. I

Judge. her life.-Nine turkeys. eleven geese, sixteen though improper motives have been attributed coy, lately arrived at this port-all well.
ducks chickens=and to the Royal Duchess.
twenty-three We understand she has been on a cruize fly
the house fell sacrifice to Don Pedro was to have been
pig, a Captain present,
A NEW ISLAND IN THE MEDITERA- tlio Main Land, and had discovered valuable
NEAN. Bobsfay's exploit! but excused himself: from attending on -

The des Chambrc, containsan After'cjacu'Jatiifg'the brief prayer which the ground of indisposition.The tracts of land, containing Live Oak

interesting Messenger article, of which the' fbllow- we have Seen,the old lady bethought herselfof London Observer( of the llth, j is Timber of largo dimensions and superior

ing is a translation: attacking .Bobstay's generosity. To nearly filled with an account of the Coronation quality, which were previously unknown to

Towards t o'clock, on the 10th July, this end,she forthwith put up a most be- containing four lago views of the the Government of the United State
seeching face smoothing\'nicc-"Cnp-- ceremony,at different periods.! It may be
1831, Capt. J. Carrao, commander: of the ...
tain-yo've broke me up root and branch! wen at 6fsr oflic('. Charleston
brig Thoresihe, going from Trapani to Gir- By late arrivals from hc,
we
,
The Reform Bill had
Ye'vo killed more than half of all the finally passed turn'the
in the distance of about 20
genti, Sicily, at '
received files of the
Free
Trade and States
committee. It received
fowls I've and of some alterations
miles from Cape St. Mark, perceived, at got- every single one my
the distance of a gun shot, a mass of water pullets that I was guine to- turn out for in progress, but none affecting tho Right Evening Post, a new paper publish-

which arose 60 feet above the level of breeders-my only rooster, and the gobbler grand principles upon which it was found eel in Charleston, and Edited by J. A.

tho sea, and presented a circumference of -:-t"'at" I stinted every thing else to lat- ed. The right of voting in boroughs is Stuart. Tho paper is very handsomely
400 fathoms smoke ten!-(I wish ye were all at the devil, now proposed to be 'cstcc1in ,- very male
nearly -a proceededfrom
and
with outlandish fc. I who shall have for twelve printed, conducted with great spirit
it, exhaling an odour of sulphur. your gun - The preceding day, in the Gulf of TroisFontaines Captain-now ye wont be after, sarving a calender months next'pretiois- to the first and ability. The Prospectus will bo foundon

he had seen a great quatrtity of poor, lone womanlike me at sich a rate? day of November in the present, year, or our last: page. We commc.id: it lo tIll
dead fish and black matter floating on the ---sec how many mouths I have to feed, an next previous to the last day of August in patronage of the-public.

water, and ho heard a noise like that of nobody 'to do it but me--a poor old cripple any succeeding year,any house,'warehouse, -.0.OU.

thunder,which the Captain attributes to a hardly able to git about-jest consider counting house, which, whether held The President of the the 'United States ;

volcanic eruption. He continued his voyage too,if it war your own wife, an you separately from, or jointly with; any land has issued his Proc amaiiol1
to Girgenti; and all the time that ho I away from-home-you'l ;pay me their value I I occupied therewith under the same landlord recognizing
was occupied in lading his ship he saw a I know, Captian;" and on sho chattered I shall bo assscsscd upon' value of Francis II. Wilman as Vice Consul of 'hig,

thick smoke rise incessantly from the same I with a volubility that nothing could excel 1, I I not less than ten pounds to the inhabited :, Swedish and Norwegian Majesty for the

point. On his return a new spectacle was when Bobstay cut her short with "Hark'e house duty,or to the relief of the poor, or Port of Savannah.

presented to him-namely, a tract of land old jew-fish! none of your blarney-you'd shall be of the clear annual value of not _.0-

of the' same circumference as that of tho have seen me and my crew starve for the less than ten pounds, or liable to a yearly There was a Tariff Meeting held in Bal! '

mass of water which ho had remarked in want of a dry crust of bread!-as for paying rent of not less than ten pound, providedthat timore, on the 15th instant for the
his first passage.: The island (which we any thing further-it was your own in the three first cases, the poor rates purpose ,
shall call Carrao, from tho name of him bargain, d'ye see. and d-mmy eyes if I'll and assessed taxes due up to the first day of appointing Delegates to the great Tariff

who saw it formed) is elevated about 12 do it!-so, good by t'ye. Oflfthey marched of July, shall be paid on or before the first Meeting to be held in the city of New

feet above the level of the sea; it 'has in staggering with mirth and the weight day of November in the present year, and York on the CCtb frrstant. Mr.. Ilezckiah

the middle kind of plain, and the crater of the fat barn-yard fowls-leaving the old on or before the 13th day of August in Nilcs presented a Report, embodying all

of a volcano, whence burning lava is seen lady half cloaked with passion, shoutingafter every succeeding year; and, farther, that the
to proceed during the! night. The islandis them at the top of'her shrill voice- where the right is claimed in respect of rent- sophistry, i in support of the principle of .

horcflt by a girdle of moke. The "Clear yourstTvesI! -you nasty, stinking, irig only, the rent up to the first of Jirly Protection, whtcli} he has, been'setting forth

the island gives a depthof ragged! ,scabby,I-sy,blackguard,thieving, must also be paid. When these requisite in his Register for'the. last ten years. A

106 fathoms; its latitude is 27, C N. pirating, smuggling vagabonds that ye are! have been complied with,the parties are to modification of the Tariff recommendedby
and longitudo 10, 2G from tho meridian of -I'll have< Paris. Such is the relation of Capt. Car- if) the lmc1-here the old lady tumbledover .play take place between the last day of January 'Report was unanimously

rao himself who entered tho port of Marseilles the bars, on which she had perched next and the first day of December dopted., Tho ntlmber ofDef'gll! e9JJDnqir- .,
tho 30th of last July The volcano herself for the double purpose of being following; and, if annually similarly qualified led was thirty-seven.

has been seen by several Captains going seen as well as heard,from sheer exhaustion are to be entitled thereafter to vote -o.d.. ,

from Malta ,and Taganroc to>> Genoa, the -she soon rallied, however,sommoning all from the first day of December in the same In Philadelphia, the Northern Libertiesthis

Pilots have learnt from a fisherman, that the energies of her mighty lungs for a last -j year to the first day of December in the fol I } year give a majority nearly one'hundred

on tho-day of the eruption of this volcano .desperate effort-she mounted the bars and lowing year; for the Jackson Tickcf. .
ho had seen a brig perish, and also a fishing showered it upon them thick and threefold Some doubt and uncertainty prevails} J.ast'Y3r
boat his companion: ; and that he con- -tlio hast audibl words of which Englanda to the course of tho House: ,of the majority was 500 against Jackson.
sidered his own escape miraculous. were)-Yes! this is: the way ye sarve: an Lords i in regard to the Reform nil). The The Jacksoninns have triumphed i in twelve}\

honest woman, is it?-may a yard of hemp Morning Post charges the Times ana Chro- out of fifteen Wards, and "by an

From REecollection.SPORTING and six feet of yeth be yer doom before nicle with endeavoring to intimidalethat majo'ity i I of almost one thousand.aggregate.. -. .
ANtCf>OTE. the week's ends unmannerly scamps, you! body by threats, if they ptesumetoexl'rcise .
May, thocurso'of the widow and the or- their deliberate judgment on the bill. -
About Boston
20 years ago, a coasting vessel The, Daily Advertiser
Y'hnn'smash ye to the very yeth!-ye snivel- A revolution had broken 'out in Lisbon says-
was frozen fast in.the North Hiver. After There have .
lying there in duresse some ten or eleven ling, sneaking: thievingvarmin, that yo art!, in favcr of Donna Maria, but it was sup- been, including the present,

day, and getting short of provisions, the Ye are meaner than gar-Lroth-ye are not pressed by the troops of the tyrant Miguel. seven Presidents: The names of four

Captain, taking with him tho Mate and worth yc'r weight in gully dirt+nor the, Tho writ for the election of a Represen- of them, ended in the letters oN. The,

Cook, went on shore to 113\'Cu he expressed powder an shot that would bow ye to nevermore tative for Liverpool, had been indefinitely names of three of them ended in the 'letterssoN -
it the so ye aint-nnd! she snap- suspended, and no election was expected
a squint at
good people's
but :
hen-roosts. Tim first house they arrived ped her fingers in triumph as the assailed until one should take place under the Re- neither of these three had u
down the form Bill. son. All of them were married but three
at was old Mrs. W's-an old lady that was party disappeared steep bank of ;

never known either to buy or sell an arti- thc. river. A letter from Brest, dated 1st September of them were childless. The ,son of the

cle in her life without jewing at least half states hat orders had been received only one, that had a son, was one of the

an hour. After a regular set-to at "devil FOR FIGN. that morning, by the Marine: Prefect>, to re- seven. Four of the seven are dead and
speed the liars," and without coming to lease immediately all the Portuguese merchant three ;
of them
likea FROM LIVERPOOL ships detained at that died on tho Fourth of
any thing bargain, Mrs. W. said- -DIRECT. port.
"Well, Captain!-I'll tell ye what-if yell By the Br. brig Norna. arrived yesterday, Frenclr papers to tub: nth ult. received in Julv!1"
.
gi'mo a roun dollar ye may have a fair shotat wo have our files of English Papers and London are said to be very barren, except -- -- -

the whole gang but I must load the! LoycTs Lists to the 13th ult. the day of in domestic controversy and discussion. COUOIERCTAF.COMMERCE -
gun." Bobalay, who was an old coaster, her sailing. On tho 6th ult. the Duke uf Sussex presented

up to all manner of mischief, agreed to The fate of Poland is still held in suspense. in the House 'of Lords' a petition, : OF KEY WEST.
abo'ish
this proposal forthwith"It's a fire, Ma The Prussian State Gazette, thro'which the object of which was to the pun- T.XPORTS-Per Schr. Reaper for New-
ishment of death In all
dam squinting askanco at the Mate! most of the recent Intelligence from cases except those Orleans, cleared 3d, 1 Bale Dry Goods by
and Conk-which they acknowledged witha this ill-fated of 'violence and blood.]' It was ordered to Master.
of late
country appears to be
small laugh and shrug of tho shoulders, derived, contains some intelligence, whichis lie on tho table, and there it probably will Per Fchr. Stonin ton for New Orleans,
ho went aboard' then took down "Old however and which remain. cleared 7th, 17 tons Stone, 7 casks Oil, 9
mlletrig er"-3. large, brass-barrel: trum- reliance cannot, vague be,placed.on Quoting implicit from Captain James G. Burns, son of Scotia's boxes Hats, 1 box clothing, 20 bbls Beans,
pct-muzzted -Imported before the favorite bard, arrived in Erfinburg on Tues- 10 Turtle.
revolution the Silesian Gazette
soot which is, of course, Per Schr.
Hydcr for
day Cth ult. after Alley
to swans on tho Potomac an absence of Apalachicola,
twenty
,
subject to Prussian: it 2-1 bundles
authority that Bale
says in India. Rope, 1 bale Merchandize
and which had lately: been altered to tho years He was on his to
Warsaw i is to be summoned tosurrender on Dumfries way 1 Iron Chest, Dry Goods, &c. by W. G.
to visit his mother.
percussion principle. After downat
Porter.
ramming three successive days, and that if it refuse,
least seven fingers and a half of a most it will be bombarded with artillery. It alludes Most of the Theatres in England, were Per Scfir. Florida for Mobile,cleared 7th.

heterogeneous mass of powder, wadding, also to the resignation of Skryznecki opened gratuitously on tile night of the 1 Steam Engine 20 reams Paper, 23 bun-
buck-shot, turkey shot, goose-shot, duck- who is said "to have no command what. Coronation he audiences are staled to dles Rope, 25 boxes Soap, 1 box Rooks,
shot-and so on down to mustardseed, he e'erj" and adds that General Rudiger is have been very numerous, retry mel ry,and Sheet Iron&c. by P. A. Browne. Six box.
run down the ramrod, measured and cut itoft' still in the environs of Radom. The same withal very orderly. God Save the King es Glass, &c., 4 boxes O. Dry Goods,7 Smith's Bellows -
by O'Hara.
Two boxes Window
with tho muzzle and Rule llritannia -
just even sluuldcrod journal officially mentions tho were with
appearanceof sung great Sashes, 6 pair Glass Pannel Doors, 78
arms and! returned ashore-whero he found the cholera at Berlin, and at several animation by the assembled multitudes. plain do, by P. C. Greene. Two trunks,
tho old lady in a most impatient itch to fin- parts of the provinces of Pomerania and Mr. and Mrs. Graham: also, in honor ot the 1 box and 1 bale Merchandize, by W. II.

ger the dollar. The first glance however, Bradcnburg, and directs precautions accor day, ascended with a magnificent silk balloon Shaw. Nine boxes, 5 trunks Merchandize,
at tho formidable dimensions of Old nine- dingly.Skryznecki. from the top of Constitution Hill, in &c. by A. C. Tift.

trigger,somewhat cooled her ardour for tho the late Commander in the Green Park. The ascent took place ,

fun; but recollecting that tho were size Chief of the Polish Army, had resigned, precisely at 5 o'clock in the afternoon; the
of the gun, without ammunition,could be and Dembmski had assumed the command. balloon passed entirely over tho city, and INTELLIGENCE. .

of no avail-sho carefully proceeded to Later accounts, however, induce a belief the aeronauts descended at Herring, near
measure tlio tube with the ramrod, to ns- that Skryznecki had been reinstated. Brentwood, 28 miles from London. .
Sure herself that it was next tookofd' It is hinted Important TORT OF KEY WEST.
empty; that the recent excesses at if true:-Capt. Fisher of the
:a small thimble which she wore on the Warsaw, in which the Jacobin Club" of Ship Tally.Ho, from Liverpool, states that ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
little finger, filled and poured down the that devoted city took so the London Mail Of 10th September, Lad Nor.
conspicuous apart
charge of powder, then a like quantity of were actually excited by Russia.: brought intelligence of the Poles laving Havana.3. Ballast Sloop North America, Ashby
driven the to Master.
wadded and handed the Russian from before Warsaw.
shot : to Hot
gun The Russian army was within thrco Charleston Courier IT. S. Pchr. Spark, Lt. Com. Piercy
from a cruize. ,



Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows, jr. Havana. miles of the Light-House on Key West,the ho came, permitting him to depart there- I course whatever} shall ho held with diD
Ballast to Master. said light E. N. E. the said vessel from. '
,
bearing Town or Island> of'Key West, but by permission .
Sloop Loretto, Burrows, Havana. .. Ballast
to Master. shall pay half: pilotage. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That and under the direction of tho

Schr. Udder Alley, TT. Place, New York Sec. 6. The Reef shall be considered the Master of any ship or vessel, who shall President and Health Officer; and all per
and Charleston. MerclranJizc toV.. C. when the Light-House on Sand Key bears bring within the port or harbour of Key sons who shall hold any Intercourse with

Porter. either E. N E. or W. S.'V. West, any foreign passenger who' may have such vessel or ,'csscls'ithouf first obtain
Nov. 4. British Schr. Favorite from Nassau Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot- clandestinely departed from any foreign ing said permission, shall be liable to per
,bound to Mobile, put in for water, sail. bound from this Port shall the
age, pay place and who snail not possess a |passport' form the same quarantine that may ho im
ed on the 5th. same as vessels entering: but if said vessel or other evidence of his having been permitted posed upon said said vessels and cargoes.
Sloop Azelia, Anderson, Cape Florida.
Sand for Barracks to P. J. Fontaine. shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they to depart from thence, -and permitting Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That
Sloop Friend, Whitehead, Florida Reef. shall Ix subject to but half pilotage.Sec. him to land without permission first this Ordinance snail remain in full force

Turtle to Master. 8. All vessels except wrecking vessels obtained from the Town Council, shall until expressly repealed by the Council.
Nov. 5. U. S. IU C. Marion, Capt. Jackson smacks and vessels under charge of forfeit and pay, for each passenger so land -
from a crui/c. wreckers entering or leaving this Port ed, the sum of fifty dollars. ORDINANCE-No. 11.
Schr. Lily, A. F Lewis, N. Y. Merchandize through the North West passage,and drawing -
Sec. Be it ordained That
5.
to Master. further Constituting a Committee of Finance.
: four feet water, or over, shall pay two
Nov.6.. Sloop Spermaceti, Clift, Tortugas dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his nny foreign asscngcr landing within the Be it ordained by the President and
Schr. Milo, Kovvsc! from St. Augustineto services; but if said vessel does not receive Town of Key West, without permissionfirst Members of the Town Council of Key

Master. said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid obtained from tho Town Count Weft, That from and aficr tho passing of
Nov.7. Schr. Motto, Barker, New York. ; cil or without having the
necessary this Ordinance two Members of the Board
if Pilot does
tender
a not his service out- ,
Merchandize to I'. J. Fontane fc T. Gibson.
other evidence of his allowed
passport or being
Sloop Brilliant, Packer N. York, Mer- side the bar of the said North-West passage to be designated by the President from time
freely to from tho whence
chandize to J. Burrows, A. C. Tift & Co. then ho shall not claim pilotage or depart port to time, shall constitute a Committee of
and others. half pilotage.Sec. he came, (if an yis usually granted at such Finance.Sec. .

Nov. 8. Sloop Martha Jane, Johnson, 9. When two or more Pilots shall place,)shall be liable to enter into bonds in 2. Be it further ordained, That
Florida Reef. tender their services to any vessel, the first the sum of $1OOO with good security, to it shall be the duty of the said Committeeto

Nor. 9. Sloop Energy, Page, Florida alongside shall be accepted,and if refused, be approved of by tho President of the examine and audit all bills or accounts
Reef. Council or a Justice of the Peace to depart -
,
the said Pilot shall be entitled to received presented against the Council; to examinethe
,
Behr. Thistle, Whedcn, do do. half pilotage.. from tho Island within such time as accounts of Treasurer and Marshal,
CLEARED.Nov. may be deemed reasonable, or on failurebe and make the
Sec. 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo reports quarterly as to state
2. Sloop James Monroe, L. Burrows or more vessels, it shall be his duty to committed to jail. of tho Finances.

,Havana, by master. visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of Sec. 6. Be it further ordained That D. C. PINKHAM,
. Nov. 3. North America' ,Asbby, Havana, distress be exhibited on one more remote: the several fines and penalties herein enacted Prcfd't T. C.
by master. may be recovered before the President II. S. WATERHOUSE
and Pilot to with this ,
any failing comply
Ann Ximcncs Havana
Sloop Mary by
matter. provision shall forfeit his Branch. of the Town Council or any Justiceof Clerk.P. .

Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows, Havana, by Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the the Peace. C. REENE,
master. Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, -
General
to transact Agency
Sloop Loretto, S. Burrows. Havana, bymaster. shall, upon conviction, be .deprived of his ORDENANZA-No. 9. Continues sion Business.
Branch. Arreglando la introduction dc Pasagcros -
,
Nov. 4. Bcbr. Reaper, Southwick, New- Goods taken on Storage &c.
Orleans, by master. Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed ,Estrangcros, en el Pueblo de Cayo fir- Ho will always be happy to receive

Nov. 5. Schr. Ploughboy, J. Stover, Boston by this Ordinance shall be recovered before llueso. and execute all orders in his line of Busi
the President of tho Town Council allowing

,
by master.
Por cuanto, varios criminates, dclin- I
Schr. Stonington, Stark, New-Orleans, to the parties, in all instances, an cucntes contra las !eyes del pais do (douche ness.Key West, 28th March, 1831.
by Master. appeal to the Council.
Sloop Wm. Stewart Cushman, Havana Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board vinicron, han sido introducidos en cste EIWA11D CHANDLER,

by F. A. Browne. ofa vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and Puerto, procedcntcs dc otro3 cstrangcros, ATTORNEY or THE UNITED STATES SOUTHERN
Nov. C. Sloop Azelia, Anderson, Florida shall also furnish the Master or Commander y como la continuacion de semejantes cn- DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.
Reef. tradas puedcn ser atendidas como de inju- Court House Key Walt, April 20. 1031.
of said vessel with a of this Ordi .
Nov. 7. Schr. Hyder Alley, II. Place, copy riosas consecucncias para la comunidad, .
W. G. Poirter. nance. I TilE SUBSCRIBERS
Apalachicola, by mcdidas tomadas
a memos quo no scan Para
Schr. Florida, Rooke, Mobile, by F. A. Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- rcmcdiarlas: taken tho Store recently oc- :
Browne.U. tage are allowed : HAVING by Porter Stanard, in the
Portanto sc ordena el Presidents
cruize.. S. Scbr. Spark, Lt. Com. Piercy, on On a vessel drawing fi feet, $7 00 Micmbros del Cabildo par, Quo desdo el pn-y :. North East end of F. A. Browne's WareHouse '
a 6 <* 900 offer for sale on accommodating
The Brig Orion from this port, bound to mere del mcs dc Noviembre proximo, en terms, a Itenerallllsortmcnt of ".
"
New York' was spoken: on the 25th Oct. in 7 1000 adelanto el Capitan de cualquicr a Buquccntrando DRY GOODS,
lat. 35. 26. Long. 75, by the Schr. Signal, 8 u 1200 de algun Puerto o lugar cstrangc- GROCERIES and .
arrived at Charleston. 9" 1350 ro a el do Cayo Hucso, ha do manifcstar SHIP CHANDLERY.

PASSENGERS.In 10" -1600 al Escribiente del Cabildo cl numcro de pa- GEORGE E. WEAVER CO. .

Schr. Hyder Alley, from Charleston, J1" .' 1660 geros) no ciudadanos de los Estados U- Key West, April 20, 1831 .
Mrs. Strobel, !2 children and 2 servants, W. u 12" 1800 nidos,ni vecinos del Pueblo de Cayo Hue- ,**
G. Porter,Esq. c. 13 1950 so; y ha de pagar al Tcsorero por cada pa- DR. B. B. STROBEL,
In Schr.Motto, from New York, Mr.T. 14" 2300 sagero Un Peso. continues to Practice his.Pro-

Gibson and family and Mr. Patterson.In 15" 2700 Sec. 2 El Capitan de cualquier a Buque STILL in all its Various Branches.Ile .- ,
Schr. Milo, from St. Augustine, F. k
Gomez and family. t 16"" -3200 faltando a manifcstar dentro de 24 horns des- also keeps on hand, a constant and
17" ,- 3600 pues de la entrada de dicho Buquc, ha do fresh supply of Genuine

---- 18 4000 scr multado y pagara odemas do la suina Drugs and Medicines. .

S. S. MITCHELL "" 19" 4500 I i ante dicha por cal a pasagcro Cinco pesos. All orders will meet a punctual attention
20" 6000
Sec. 3. de
Ningun
TTNFORMS the public that he has locaJj 21 5500 algun Buque ha do pasagero ser permitido cstrangero desem- Key West,28th March 1831.OFFICE .
ted himself in this Town for the
purpose 22" 6000
barcar en cl Puerto de Cayo Hucso,amenos OP THE
of his trade as SAIL-MA- 23" -6500 BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE
RIGGER quo no haiga publicamcnte librcmentc ,
y
KER & ,in all its various branches. 24" 7000 salido del lugar do su procedencia, y tienoen And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the

He occupies a Loft in the Shop of I Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained su poder pasaportc o otro testimonio tal Association of Underwriters, Lircrpool,

Mr. Atkins. '' I on board any vessel after she has arrive cual como los que sc conceden en cl Puertode No.3, FBONT-8TBEET.
Iey.\Vcstr\ov. 9,1:: 1. 10 tf ed in the harbour, at the request of the su procedencia purmiticndole su salida. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock I'. >r.

J Master or Commander of said vessel, said Sec. 4. El Capitan do algun Buque quo tf }{ey West,CZOrh April, 1831.

ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive traiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo Hucso al- ,
THE CITY GAZETTE
Three Dollars for such ,
every day. hayga salido clandcstina-
gun pasagcro que
the Town Council AND COMMERCIAL DAILY A VERTI8JR.A .
Sec. 16. Pilot 'for :
passed Any applying a de
mente algun lugar no
y que poses pasa-
Journal of
Commerce, Science, Literature

'Oct. 15, 1831.ORDINANCE Branch, shall, at the time he obtains the porte o otro testimonio de haber sido permi- and the Arts.
same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer tido su salida y pcrmitiendole desemltarcar DY SIMMS & DURYEA.

-No. 0.To TEN DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk sin permiso primero obtenido del Cabildo! THE CITY GAZETTE is one of the
for issuing the same. ha de ser multado y pagara por cada pasa: oldest existing Journals in tho U States.
regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of gero asi dcsembarc&rdo Cincucnta Pesos. Under many proprietor course with fair

Bt :it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance See. 6. Que cualquier pasagoro cstran- exceptions, have, always been Americanand
Totm''oY'Key West, That when any per arc hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo..l. I gero desembarcando dentro del Puerto do popular. Of late yean, from neglectmore
son shall be desirous of having the situationof I Cayo llueso,sin permiso primero obtenido than any other cause,its influence and

Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall present 9. ; del Cabildo o sin tcncr cl pasaporte ncccssario last patronage however bad visibly toe declined.proprietors Within the
year present ,
Co the Council a written petition; whereupon Regulating the introduction sf Foreigner o otro tcstimonio de haLer sido permi- having entered upon a course of policy,
It shall be il duty of the Council to ap- into the Town of Key West. tido salir hhremento del Puerto do su pro more consistent with the politics of tho
point a committee three competent per ccuYncia: ( costumbrccn tal lugar)ha doser South, and having made numerous additions
sons to make enquiry into the qualification. WHEREAS several criminals, offenders against sujeto a cntrar en obligacion en la suina to the mechanical improvements of their
and fitness of the persons applying, and res the laws of the country whence de g 1000 con buena fianza que esto apprpba establishment by fitting it out in a new and

. port thereon at the next succeeding meet- they came, have lately arrived at Key do por cl Presidents del Cabildo o un juczdo handsome type, and on a larger sheet and
.of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con. better description of paper than heretofore;
ing board when tlie of the
prayer paz para que saiga de la Ysla,dentro del
claim to, and have been favored with
tinuance of such arrivals will be attended lay a
shall be acted all Pilots
petitioner on: appointed tiempo como sera considerado razonablo o large and proportional increase of patronage -
shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to en faltando sera conducido a la carccl. including new subscriptions aLd gene-

Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be takento Sec. C. Quo las multas nqui ordanadas, ral advertising. Within the last year, their
security for the faithful performance of their prevent them: pucden ser cobradas el Prcsidentc del list of patrons has been swollen by an ac-
duty. Be it therefore ordained, by the President Cabildo por do cession of more than Three Hundred Citizens
o por un jucz az.
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, and Members of the Town Count p to which new names are with littjo
-
cil West Tat from and after exception, almost daily added. The pro-
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently large of Key ORDINANCE-No. 10. prietorsin order tbe better merit that en-
to enable them the Recfand the bust day of November next, the Masterof
to proceed over
For preventing the introduction of Cholera couragement, of wbicb, It is equally their
render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel re- any vessel arriving from a foreign portor pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so much
quiring the same. place, at the port of Key West, shall into the Town of Key Wett. has been received, from their friends and

Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 make a report; to the Clerk of the Town WHEREAS a certain disease, known by the fellow citizens-have established in connection

feet of water entering this Port, except fish Council, of the number of passengers onboard name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at pre- with their office of business, spacious
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels not citizens of the United States, sent prevailing in the Northern parts of Reading Room, in which, the chief Public
under charge of wreckers, shall pay the nor residents of the Town of Key West; Europe,of the most fatal character; andas Journals find their way and are carefully

rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar such disease may be introduced into filed This,room from is all free the with States all its in facilities our Union.with-

4. If a Pilot does not board or offer for every passenger aforesaid. our own ports by vessels trading with out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette'
his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot Sec. 2. lie it further ordained, That that quarter of the Globe: A regular weekly Prices Current In letterform

until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of the Master of any vessel failing or neglecting Be it therefore ordained, by the Pre- and upon a fine paper suitable

the Light-House on Key West, said Pilot, to make such report within ?4 hours fident and Members of the Town Council or correspondence, carefully collected
30 boarding or offering his services,shall be after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit of Key West, That all vessels arriving with the most correct estimate of the truo
and the sum of five dollars in addition condition of the markets and put upon the
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said pay from ports or places, where the said disease terms to all that
Pilot docs not board said vessel 'till the to the >gum aforesaid required for each most advantageous come
exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of the under this classis also issued from the office
Light-House on Key West is distant not passenger.Sec. port, without their going on board, to the of the proprietors. Their Reading Room,
more than two miles, and then bears E. N. 3. Be it further ordained That Quarantine Ground, northward' and westward where the earliest information may be bad,

E.no pilotage shall be claimed. no foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel of Fleming Key;-there to remain is Tree alike to patrons, strangers in the city
Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet shall be permitted to land within the under the direction of the President of the and masters of vessels trading to this
water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance port or harbour of Key West, unless he Council and Health Officer of tho port. port. To these improvements, they make

,refusing to receive a pilot outside of shall have.freely and openly departed from Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That daily of additions leisure ,and affording facilities to. the
hitherto
man business, alike ,
tLe Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services the place whence he came, and have in his while it shall be thought necessary by the unknownSIMMS ti DURYEA. ;

shall be liable to pay full pilotage; possession a passport, or such other papersas said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels No 3 Broad'street, Charleston. '
bat insidoof the Reef & not within two are usually granted at the pod whence I should perform quarantine, no inter (C r Subscription received at this office

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I
country set apart and allotted to the sc.r. '
nos PCr.1't1S lea*formidable than the, certainty of being CIRCULAR I al tribes of Indians established beyond "! ?

or,THE: Vampled;' by those with whom wo have con TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limit of the !States, under treaties made

STATE IUGHTS ,\'tD FREE THADKapyEN i-tlerated at home. Hence is is vitally im- TREASURY DEPARTMENT, with the said ludian Tribes by the United!

: <>*(; POST. ortant that the power should be.suslaincd April 5th, 1831. Stales: the Commanding officers of tl... several \
< : hich alone can compel astrictconstructiorjffthe I posts on the frontiers are enjoine < to
mn establishment, in Charlestonof anadditional.NcwsjmapCr Charter. That'power resides with SIR, see that the provisions! of the act above tIt|
:"J. devoted to the each State Sovereignty. It is the State Representations have been made to this luded to be enforced! in relation to the re. ...
support of t c principles, has been teemed Right of sovereign interposition to arrest Department by borne of our Consuls, and mural of the said unlawful settlers, taking ,
expedient by the TATE RIGHTS and he usurpation of Federal agents. The e"- other persons, that the crews of UnitedMates for their guide in the execution of time said 1
. discharged -
have been
P\RTV. In vessels
TRKB TRADE pursuance tcnce of this right as the conservative merchant the act above referred to. |
duty, l
of this determination, TUB EVENINGTOST principle of our Constitution is no now doctrine foreign ports by their! commanders, order of ALEXANDER MACOMB,
Jjy
will commenced as a Daily Eve- ; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, without complying with the provisions of Maj. Gen. Commanding the Army
; Journal so soon as the'requisite office the act of of the 28th of February -
Vmg and was asserted! bv its founders and con- Congress R. JONt>,
arrangements can be completed. temporary expositors. This principle is 1803. Your attention is, therefore, fi If. Adj. Gen
Hifi political tenets to which Jhe Evening he characteristic feature proudly distinguishing specially called to this subject, with a request -
Post will be devoted, are so familiarto ours from other Republics not Fe that increased vigilance may be exerted SAINT VINCENT.

this community Lave been so long ti.e deral in their elements. In the latter, a to prevent future infractions of the By his Excellency time Right IIonoural!'

prominent subject of discussion by thepress Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of pub. law; and it is expected that you will re- Sir George : itzgerald Hill, Baronet) ,
--and have been so often and trium- is construed and varies with o riire satisfactory evidence that there has
tic opinion, by General & (iovernor-in-C lld
Captain ,
,
vindicated the first minds in our with the requisitions :
by
t.hanlly the changing will of a majority i while in een a strict compliance
{state, and in the Federal councils, that il Republic a guardian power preserves it of the foregoing act in each case, be- in and over the Island of St. Vincent
our
is deemed unnecessary: to promulgate more as a permanent rule of action. fore the bond of the master, required by Uequia, and such of the Islands com- .
than the following exposition'vhich is offered The formal recognition of such a right the first section thereof, be allowed to be monly called the Granadines, and thost'I

in Hen of a more detailed political creed. on the face of the Charter would have been cancelled.I at the Northward of Carriacou in America

free Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as it resulted neces- am, respectfully Chancellor, Ordinary, and Vice-

of an enlightened policy-as a privilege sarily from the formation of a compact be- Your obedient servant, Admiial of the same, &c. &c. &c.
of the people, which impartial justice\ tween independent sovereigns having no S. P. INfiHAM: ,
requires from the rulers of every country- ommon umpire. As a feature of our political Secretary of the Treasury.To PROCLAMATION.

arid as a right, which, in ours, is guaranteed system, it is of course a political not a the Collector of the Customs. 03-WIIEREAS: from the consequences -
The framers of that
by the Constitution. withheld from the revolutionary tight. Formed for the protec- Circular to Collectors of the Customs. of I he dreadful hurricane with wInch

venerated instrument tion of a minority from the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) I this Island and its dependencies were visited -
the to protect manufactures -
Federal agents power authorities themselves and
i he Federal May 14, 1831. $
by restrictive duties ; it has been I exercised m Thursday morning, the tltli insia.itj
from the usurpation of a majority Sin : It has been ascertained that the depreciated
usurped by a perversion of the revenue through subserviency of those authorities currencies of foreign countries it is essentially necessary for their relit to

power and its exercise, involving sectional the Constitution itself needed a protection. have been variously estimated at the diffe- encourage the importation of the only article '

,oppression for sectional aggrandisement:sectional> Reliance for that protection surely \Van t rent Custom Houses the United States, of food which bears a duty, namely,
lias, necessarily, produced a the exasperation placed in either of the parties againstMimomn; owing, partly to defective information alto Flour; and of such materials as are re
which endangers permanencyof
the Union. It it impossible tbs/.t/ the injured t was provided as a shield. The Supreme the true specie value of such currencies, quired to repair the extensive damages :
Court being one of the Federal agents, was! and to an erroneous practice of computing ,
parties can tolerate I legislation, so manifestly partly which have been sustained in houses, buildings -
not, therefore, entrusted witu its political their value according to the rates of
unjust and unequal in its operation. and' works over the
sugar greatest
guardianship. Nor could 'he engine of the with and reducing the
Without first proving, which is impossible, exchange England, of this colony I do therefore
majority-the ballot box-have been considered sterling value suchdeprcciated currencyinto (part : by r
the benr fits! of the protection are equally -
that
as the safeguard. The sectional of the United States without and with the advice and consent of his
all the States it is money
to -- a
apportioned gross
absurdity to contend that the burdens of minority can exert no influence on the representation regard to the difference between the legal : Majesty's Privy Counsel, authorise and require -

the Tariff press_ equally upon all. If, then, of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling money in U"tales' the Port of Kingstown to be opened
responsibility of representatives butsecures currency. To avoid such discrepancies I accordingly for the admission of honor
it be a tax: on consumption exclusively, as constituents '
its defenders vainly argue, its operation i is their fidelity to their respective and errors in future, the President and of White, Yellow, and Pitch Pine i
and the of a minoritycan
unequal, and it becomes uo representatives directs that whenever invoices are made Boards Plank and
\
yet glaringly Scantling Shingles
the antagonist ,
effect against
nothing ; in the value of which is not
nut a
to submit to its unauthorised currency
free people free of all 'Duties thereon
interest which the representatives of a majority payable until
exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, fixed by the laws of the U. States,you will
be by their constituents the 31st day of December now next
compelled ensuing
when it is evident that we arc not only arbitrarily may require from the importer a certificate from
taxed as consumers, but that tho to enforce in utter disregard of the the United States' Consul! ,if there be one, of which all Officers of his Majesty
inevitable result of the protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation, of the true value Customs, and all others whom it doth I

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producer -that the Constitution is at tile di'J- offciich currency in Spams': or United States shall, or may concern, are hereby requiredto
in tho prostration of our agricultural inte- 'rction of a majority, and must be quietly !silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem take due notice and to govern thera-
rest. surrendered to their wisdom and justice. duties! according to such value ; or, in the elves -
Uesidcs, except in the Parliamentary transactions absence of inch evidence that will : accordingly.
ascertain -
There is no solidity in the objection to you
our resistance, that others are blindly submitting of the two houses of Congress-our said value from the prices current, Given under my Hand and Seal at Ann,
frame of government no where recognizes At the Government House in Kingstown -
to the evils, which arc oterwhelining and such other mthentic sources of information '
them in common itJ. ourselves.- the consolidating rule that the will of a ma- as may be within your reach, & chargethe this eighteenth day of August,
jority shall govern. 'I 1 he President may bo ad valorem duties You thousand hundred thir-
This delinquency in not our justification. If I accordingly. one eight and \
we are awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions ty-one. 1.
the
of our situation it behoves us to leaveno ority of Senators representing States, herein contained as to the consular certificate -, By his Excellency's command
I of whose population arc a minority ,
effort! untried until we shall have repelledthe I aggregate ; and that uniformity: may be hereafter THOMAS
invasion of our liberties. The Evening of the whole people, may reject a measure secured at all the Custom Houses, you will MELVILLE,

fast will, therefore, exhort to resistance of I unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Department, once a month, Government Sec'ry.
I of the people in the other House-and statement of the rates at which the Duly' proclaimed in this
thc Tariff, as the most' prominent enoimity a currencies Kingstown, eighteenth -
of fiat "American H'strm," which has been vice versa, a bare maj rarity in the other aforesaid are thus estimated, at each day of August, one thousand

built up on the ruins of the Free :System i House may reject of a the measure passed by the of port from whence goods arc imported and eight hundred and thirty-one,and in the
-bequeatliod us by our fathers, and which if iiuauiirioiis voice Representatives! invoiced in such currencies. In all cases of second of his
in the Seuato Tho President year Mijeaty's Uei"n.a .
the :State a
established as the settled policy of the country doubt as to the value of such currency, you
I his the I). STEWART ,
must, in the end, cither sever the bond single individual may put veto on will apply to the Tieasiiry Department for ,
of Uuiun, Jr rnttt; down and con olidatcthe deliberate act of both Houses ; and the Judges information. I am, respectfully, your obe Act. Pro. Marshal General. ..
into limitless irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office dient S. D.
State Soveieiguties one servant, INGIIAM SOUTHERN REVIEW.
despotism. The Evening Post not by election but by appointment may _Secretary of the Treasury.
set aside the concurrent enactments 01 THE subscriber begs leave to inform the
will Internal Improvement as unconstitutional -
oppose
as an engine of favoritism, House, Senate, and President. The power OFFICIAL CIRCULAR public that he has undertaken, for the next

as' a source of sectional robbery as creating to protect the Constitution could not NAVY DEPARTMENT, ) three years to publish the boi/riiEhN: REVIEW -
:; a necessity for perpetuating; exorbitant have been rationally intrusted to the very !Sept. 26, 1C31. f and to look for his remuneration entirely -
taxation-it will oppose the rcchartcring majority from which the danger of violationwas SIR,-In consequence of recent occur- to the present and future subscript
of the United {Stales' Hank as manifestly apprehended. It would have been indeed rences in the service, your attention is invited I list of $5. As this source has hitherto Keen

unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence committing the keys of the house to to two subjects,where the laws now re- inadequate to defray this expense, he begs
of a dangerous power ; and it will the safe-keeping of those distrust of whom gulate the rights and power of all conccn- i leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of
opjwjse the projected disposition of the Surplus suggested the propriety of locks. The power cd; but where there is still vested in officersa i those who think the Review worthj'of public -
Revenue, as a scheme uf barefaced, was wisely left with the several :State discretion, in the exercise of which it support. '
wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will Sovereignties-and thus not only was there may be desirable to them to know distinctly The subscriber has associated John B. Irving .
give to oppression a duration co-cxistant provided a dcinite rule of action for the the wishes of the President and of this De- Esq. with him in the! publication of the

with that of our ovcrnmeut. Federal Government,but a power to render partment.One Re'iewtVho will conduct the correspondence -

A zealous and judicious attachment to the inoperative that is to nullify, their unautho of those subjects, and our wishes up- establish agencies, collect and receive ,
Union, prescribes thcpreseut: tile proper rised and irregular action. on it are, that when any portion of the Navy I subscriptions, and attend to all the
crisis for making a.determined and uncompromising So far as a congeniality of views may exist furnishes relief to American vessels, business transactions of the Review, excepting -
stand fortbe Constitution, before in relation to these principles, tho Evening whether wrecked or otherwise in distressto the typographical department.
the jarring interests of different sections Post i* pledged to the State: Rights yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber' has the satisfaction also

are organised against each other in irreconcilable and Free Trade Party;" and as the support be, and long has been one great object of to announce that Hugh S. Legare Esq' (to
conflict-before, blinded by their I of measures, to be efficient, must include its gallant exertions no compensation of whom the Review Las hitherto owed !&o!
unrighteous gains, the consolidation Slates the support of men, its humble aid will be any kind should cither tic asked or received. much) has consented to be associated with

shall regard as undoubted right their undue zealously contributed to extend the personal The other subject, and our wishes uponit the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the literary -
advantages-before they shall resolve to influence and promote the political advancement are, that till Congress deem it proper to department of this journal. '
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle of those statesmen: who devote alter the existing laws concerning punish The subscribers who are still in arrears
that "public opinion," or the will of a themselves to the good cause, which is iden- ments in the Navy, and whenever those laws will be pleased to make payment to J. B.
majority, Isa power above the Constitution tified with the value of the Union, and the allow a discretion in the choice of punish- Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will

and before the victim sovereignties: in minority liberty and honor of :South Carolina. Its ments the first resort, in the case of offences pay their subscriptions likewise to him, as
goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operatiou with these will be embarrassed by seamen, is recommended to be always he is alone authorized to receive them.A. .
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall by a personal pledge to no candidate : had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace E. MILLER,
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of tor the Presidency: or any other and other mild corrections rather No 4 Broad street, Charleston.NOTICE. .
government two much shattered be recog- office. than to the humiliating practice of whipping '
nised a% that for which they ongwa111ltip- In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts and that n'veron the same day, by .
ulated and which inveterate sectional ha- of party, it will be the aim of the Eve punishing under an officer's o>vn authority undersigned having re-established

tred shall then render it impossible ever ning Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripes, limited THE at Key West, as a COMMISSION
again to re-compose and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law, be exceeded in number; or MERCHANT AND GENERAL
once roused to a full ..elllof her wrongs, the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise: than in the presenceand AGENT, offers his services to his friends
will be satisfied with nothing but equality: ; discussion are best subserved by firm- under the sanction of the commandingofficer and the public generally.F. .
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution ness without violence, and zeal without in- of the vessel or station. A, B ROSV NE.
even if strictly observed the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by officers -
States are placed at decided disad: acts of opponents, it will exercise rightof which it is hoped their well known April 20,1831 .
vantage. Once leagued for the resumption; dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent He offers for sale at his Ware House,

of rights, they will submit no longer to a part of iu career will ever) justify the sus- from becoming frequent a system more re- 30,000 feet White Pine Boards
syst..mQf indirect t taxation calculated to picion of its even partial adoption of the in- medial should be adopted, by sentencing to 10,000 first quality Bricks '
blind the people to the extent and inequality famous maxim, that. all is fair in politics" reduction of rank and pay, or to a suspension 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef,
of their burdens-and they will demand Thedomesticconcernsofournativc State from promotion rather than to suspension 36 do Navy Bread
for their laboring class a representation fully i will be carefully ,watched and the policy from active service, as persons, unfortunately 10 bags prime Coffee.

canal to that of the laboring classes the advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour need KEY WESTSZ2GAR
other States. The required concessions for her prosperity, safe and economical most the constant discipline of active service

will he certainly refused by those by whom government. and when suspended therefrom are MANUFACTORY,
the Union is regarded but at a bargain estimated While the Evening Post will be devotedto eft without employment under greatertemptations W. II. WALL takes this opportunity of
calculation of the promulgation oi the political faith set and opportunities for injurious
by a pecuniary profit informing the Public, that he has established -
and loss, and the Federal bond wiU be uu- forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful indulgences. XASTFACTORir
dcred--aud forever. The advocacy:State x>f the practical details of Commerceand LEVI WOODDUIIY. A SEOAU at !{JWest.

KigtiU U, therefore, the only faithful advocacy Trade two branches of industry which He imports for this purpose, the very best
of Union. roust be most; beneficially affected by the OI1 i)E It--NO. 10. Tobacco from Havana.Segare .

With a firm conviction of this} important success of its doctrines. Great exertions HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY. of the best quality, and of every

truth, the Evening Post will contend for will be made to perfect the departments ADJUTANT GENERAL'S: OFFICE description may be had at his establishment

.* Liberty:-the Constitution--Uuiun." For and connected with commercial intelligence Washington, May 5th, 1831.T (Kr: All orders in the above line will
tint our merchants and tradesmen shall find
Liberty at the first of national blesinls meet the earliest
; fur the ConttU ,Lion which secures it the readiest attention to all their wants, and | having been reported to the Var Department March attention.
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union the wannest &gratitude for all their favors. that contrary to the provisions 1831.Loggerhead.
which strengthens it of the act, entitled U An act to regulate ..-
agauu foreign *g- TERMS.: trade
and intercourse with the Indian Turtle Shell.
frruion.Vitbout a rigid observance wi Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Tribes and to
tbi* .'.viijiact, tUd Ua...u iim: :'ms-otiu' .l preserve peace on the frontiers subscribers will fair
4 uiOB I I pajuT. three time a week, :$5..theruetnruts ," approved March the :nth IbOi THE give a price
fill.out Liberty: >l tl.c mu.iri.ni tUt, imrrtca at the u ual rates.Vharleston. eral white persons with the intention ,there sev- 500 Ibs. of the above article.

.er of fubjugation from abroad U inCuum'ly ',>. C..I Oct., IUJ1. to settle themselves, r-avo ntrre4 into the Key GEORCh West JcnaOf' 1:. WEAVER It' CO.