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 16, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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.
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VOL. J. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1831. NO. 11. ,r v !!1f;

-:: Justice hath yet in store the righteous meed reer must be cut short, it must. thirty 'half frantic creatures that boi';d&i.! .
THE GAZETTE. Of unblushing wrong! I insisted upon it that if a mussclman up tho terrace to wreak their vengeance on, '

imTKt nv Thou too,that hop'st to send take physic to cure himself of the head me, were tho my finest specimens ever,
II. STHOHKT, AND r.1.. STONE, Thy name throughout tho future's farthcr ache, ho may as well take a little trouble tosave Foldby Christian mothers to 1\Ioselcm'mas-,
And published on every Wednesday by est years, his !head. ters; they were as handsome and wicked
THOMAS N. JEFFREYS.TEUMS Reckless of influence and example, and To satisfy no of the hopelessness of os a herd of panthers. I had ,nothing td Ii
-, Thy Pass hydras on-albeit conscience the gloomOf rears- affairs,his highness led! me to the terrace of do but fly for it. His highness dared! trust ).
-$5. per annum-payable in dim oblivion shall o'crshadow thee, the upper gardens; and from that most hal his sublimity among them no more than
advance. And voiceless as the \vhilpering'tomb, lowed spot gave mo a full view of the riot myself, and I led him down, trembling, to
Advertisement inserted at one dollar Thy memory shall be! within.-Riot! why, by the beard of my hide in the Ilurc n. I
for the first insertion I
per square and fifty father the word is tame-the .
But the
thing was rebellion were shut tho she-rabblo
cents for every succeeding time, till ordered Traitor to friendship's trust! ;
to be stopped. I Who fawning smiled through fortune's sun- -rage-fury! The women had all would bo upon us in an instant; and ten .
==- ny day, got loose, and were acting according to to one but the empire would have to mourn
-= ,- !!!! But when thy friend was stricken to the the will and pleasure of the sex-to the together the most frightened of sovereigns

POETRY. dust, amount of flogging tho unfortunc slaves and tho most brilliant of secretaries. '
THE PALM TRER IN-ENGLAND. Turned from his woes away- and mutes in every direction; chasing their :i In (ins extremity, I proposed that ho
Pass on, dishonored one! old with rods tho should
nV MRS. IIF.MANS. governesses through get upon shoulders, and climb in;;
It waved not thro' un Eastern Thy deep'ning thee<<: shame, thy baseness go with grounds, and 'breaking every thing that at the window. Hut his attempt4 y
sky -
Beside a fount of Araby; There are dark spots glorious sun- came ii\ their way-windows, furniture, tive. As there was no time for tiquettc11|
It was notfann'd by southern breeze Could earth then, be more (free! the heads of the negroes, and the com- 1 made him take my place, mounted the i
fa some green isle of Indian seas; mandment against swearing. shoulders that bear the weight of the empire 1
Nor did its graceful shadow sleep : Pondered And thou the,ruin whose of every creation's thought. Since I was born, I never heard such a broke tho pane, pulled away the bars, \t,
O'er stream of Afric, lone and deep. Woman! for whom the high in heart pride,have melocof voices! such screaming,singing, and dragged him up after: me into the
But far the exil'd Palm tree grew fought shouting and laughter; never was there Clmlvcd Yiertzy, the winter !hall where the
'Midst foliage of no kindred hue; For whom the good have died- such a roar from human !There Sultanas try to amuse themselves with running .
Thro'the laburnum's dropping gold Who, when her love was won, were enough of them too; for the fivo hundred races, quarrelling, Italian forces, and
Hose the light shaft of orient mould, Didst spurn it for the wanton and the wine- fair wives of the Sultan looked like shuttlecock. We were pursued by the
And Europe's violets, faintly sweet, Pass on-I may not speak thy malison, scattered diamonds among the mob of whole multitude.
Purpled the moss beds at its feet. For vengeance is not mine. brown, red, black and yellow monsters, But, unluckily for-us, the room was load I\

Strange look'd it tlvcrc-tlie! willow stream'd, But ye-to whom remain that came rolling, tumblingand fighting out cd with lumber of'all kinds, left since ,the |
Where'silvery waters near it gleam'd; Unsullied honor, and unswerving truth, of the courts of the Harem into the gar Sultanas had gone to tho summer apartments j <'
The lime bough lured the honeybeeTo Faith, meekness, charily with her bright dens. A wilderness of monkeys was silence old cabinets, fragments of tapestry .' ,
murmur by the Desert's Tree, train; \ ;
to them; a wilderness! oi tigers was broken chandeliers, and clothes presses
And showers!! of madeA Virtue's immortal f
snowy roses youth,- .
tame-and what do think the crammed with the dismantled or
lustre in its fan-like shade.. Whose love for human kind, you was << finery tho i
Like the pure Leavens, is boundless and sereneWhose clnse'l slaves that they had whipped into actors. |j
There came an eve of fatal hours- The most trifling thing in the world, of Yet all this could not keep out tho prying *
Rich music
Lamps, that fill'd,from that flowering garden's branches bowers; are like the ever-restless wind, course, said the Boyar; but as any thing eyes of two thousand women; for what on\
On sparks of dew soft colours flung, hung, Refreshing, yet unseen: would have done it, from a tooth-pick to a earth could? Even I was in despair, until, '.t j
And bright forms glanced-a fairy show- And ye-o'er whom tho call thorn, I cannot venture to guess. The love by one of those accidents which happen', {i
Under the blossoms to and fro. Of wealth rank, fame and glory bas no of having their own way |perhaps. only to men of genius, in pulling away an v,
But lone 'midst sway, Right.-Though you Christians keep no immense hanging of scarlet cloth, I saw
- Seem'J one--a reckless all one of, dance or the throng: Faithful, and just, and kind in but or hall- Harem, yet, I am satisfied that nun, in all two French mirrors, tall enough to show,a '
Me was a youth of dusky mien, song Oh, pass not thus away! parts of the globe, know tolerably well the full dressed Sultana, feathered and all i
Whereon the Indian sun had beenOf For sure it is unmeet nature of the case. The immediate uproar I pushed his astonished highness behind; \1
That who form lifes and its
crested brow, and long black hair- ye worth, beauty arose from the seizure; of a French one of them, and plunged myself behind, f
A stranger, like the Palm-tree, thcie. Mingling its bitter cup with many a sweet smuggler in the natural disguise of an ape the other. The principle is matchless, ,.'

And slowly, sadly moved his plumes, Should ever pass from earth! on.a.Jew- ..Pedlar's back. though the discovery is old; for a woman X't'
Glittering athwart the leafy glopms: TIle leJlow was an agent of the abassa- never thinks of looking:; at thc back of a '
lie pass'd the pale green olives by, dor, and was carried in with a cargo of mirror, when she can see her own charmingself I
Nor won the chesnut flowers his eye; MISCELLANEOUS. ribbons, showy enough to set a whole empire in tho front. '
But when to that sole Palm ho came, --- of women in insurrection. The The crowd j
MUTINY IN THE HAREM. spy were soon on the spot--all
Then shot a rapture through his frame! The following! is related by a disgraced was seized, and his cargo was unluckily tho bostangis in service could not have kept ,:

To him, to him its rustling spoke, Grand Vizier, who, like many of his predecessors embezzled by the Kislar Aga, for the private them out; doors and windows flew into '
The silence of his soul it broke! emolument, as usual of that before them and the
had hy the caprice of-his sovereign, grand powder furious lido
It That whisper'd lit the ocean of his with own a bright smile; ;isle, risen from obscurity to the highest office functionary. Tho matter might still have I poured in: Boxes, presses, hangings,'
Aye, to his car that native tone in the state, and from the same cause had been hushed up in the happy secrecy that chandeliers-every thing that could bo
Had something of the sea-wave's moan! as suddenly relapsed info his former condi- extinguishes so many Ottoman blunders; flung about, was tossed liko chaff in the
but the black brute's avarice spoiled| ah: wind! All\ was noise, vengeance:', and
Where His mother's feathery! cabin cocoas home fringed that lay the tion.We apprehend few of our fair readers He began to sell ribbons to the Sultanas on clouds of dust. Tho Secretary must have

The dashing of his brethren's oar, bay; would feel inclined to try tho prescriptionwhich his own account-the price was enormous fallen a victim as the adviser of the Sultan,
The conch-note heard along the shore; the Vizier found so efficacious in stil- -But what will not a beauty givo to be and probably tho ',Suljan would have followed
All thro'wakening bosom swept: ling the tumult i in the Harem-nor should more beautiful Necklaces, bracelets and ,for an example to all feel ims to tome,
He clasp'd his country's'I'reeandvcpt! we feel inclined to interfere so much in do- tiaras, heavy with jewels, daily disappeared. As it wa, we were ahnost suffocated.But '

Oh! scorn him not!-the strength, whereby mestic affairs, as to recommend it to the The old governesses were in consternation my principle was founded in all "
The patriot girds himself to die, practice of our Benedicts who might catcha the: negresscs wero stripped, and powerful nature, ami it saved us both:- '
The unconquerable power, which fills Tartar: the mutes were whipped, with no improvement The sight of the mirror was magicalnota
The freeman baltleingon his hills; "On my appointment to office, I found in their knowledge, and the Sultanas woman of the two thousand but had a
These have one fountain deep and clear- every thing in confusion; all the provinces were threatened in vain with the sack anda glance,and not a woman but indulged her
The same whence gush'd that child-like tear! plunge in the IJosphorus. self with than The
,as usual,either in rebellion or starving; more one rivalry tur-
PASS ON RELENTLESS time rabble of the city burning the housesover Nothing could Jo. In the midst of ned frftm extinguishing tho government, to
WORLD. their own heads every night by thousands this universal stripping and whipping, it eclipsing each other. By a law, [which it .
"Del mundo vii hollando begeza.." for the purpose of enlightening the transpired for the hazard of all cars, and is not my business to comprehend) no woman
Pass on, relentless world sublime brother of the sun and moon; the thoSultan's throne-that the precious com- ever thought herself positively not
With all thy empty pageantry and noise, Janizaries carrying their kettles throughthe modities for which the Sultanas wero sac- worth looking at-nor ever looked at her
Pennon, and plume, and banner-sheet un- rificing their topazes by tho pound ought self without that there
furled streets with a fresh Aga's head in them discovering was
I envy not thy joys: every day; and the ladies of the Harem, actually to have been theirs without tho ex- something in her physiognomy that well re-
For thoughts that pierce the brain, from the Sultana-mother down to the dingiest ponso of a piastre. The news dropped among paid her study.
On that dark brow are registered in guilt; Nubian, that ever wore a nose, scold- theschcavenlycreaturcs, like a match But hero the examination was before a
.\nd thy poor heart is rung with many a ing and clamoring, and vowing revenge into a powder magazine. The Harem tribunal of critics that would suffer( none
pain- from morning till! night. gates flew open at once-and if instead of of time tender misconceptions of judges in
Smile,maniac, as thou wilt. The business without the Seraglio look- crazy old timber, they had been made of their cause; none of those little bland partialities -
Thou of the eagle eye, ed bad enough; but the business withinwas marble or iron, they would have done tho that reconcile the solitary spectator
In tho red chariot of conquest drawn, unspeakable: I own that I was per same before the torrent that now rolled upon to a visage, where all the world besides seethe
Curs'd by the widow's and the orphan's plexed. Ayaub (Job, still the great model them. deficiencies of nature or the touches
sigh- of oriental endurance) himself would have The Kislar Aga's soul and body was the of time. Youth and loveliness hero stoodin
Yet Pass know in thy, in triumph this high on!day gone out of his senses with the din. The first demand from their two thousand piur inevitable supremacy over their unhappy

Of exultation and of victory, Kislar Agar (tho chief governor of the of'li(1l'jbut the old rogue knew well e- opposites.
There be, who sighing mark thy proud ar Harem,) came to me every five minutes nough what he was to expect, and the ve- Tho lofty countenance of the Greek,the
ray- with tears in his eyes: ,and instinctively turning ry first symptom of the disturbance had Circassian playfulness of feature, and tho
Hero,-they pity thee! hit: hand round his neck, to feel whe- sent him flying for his life to my footstool. glow of the Georgian complexion, were
Thou of the noble born, ther the head was still upon the boulders. Then went !head'over heels into baths,tubs grouped in ruinous contrast with the old
Mitred or crowned, who careless look'it The furious frolics of tho ladies, made and fountains, every guardian wretch that and olive skinned' the copper coloured,
on me, his hideous black visage more hideous if they could lay hold of male and female, and the downright sablcd, flat nosed and
Pass on-I may forgive that glance of scorn, possible; his woolly locks stood up like from time wrinkled superintendent of tho wooly haired. Peals of scornful laughterat
But never envy thee: porcupine quills; and in his most babOOnisb Odaliques, herself as proud as a Sultana, the display shook the dome. TJw daughters -
For the
Wraps thee though in hues as gilded bright robe as evening'ssky language, the African attempted to tell me and as a beauty past her time, down to the of AraLia,India,mind Africa, were noon
of tho venitian mirrors dashed into fragments Ethiopian mute .that resembles his brother driven away, to hate the art of glass making -
And thy proud sceptre awes the out spread by those pretty tormentors; of the monkey in every thing but a tail. ,and to think of revenge.

g\Obe- cashmeres worth a thousand dollars a piece, Tho lovely insurgents at length unluckily But the display of tho beauties themselves -
Deafcj shall not pass thee by! rippod into a thousand fragments before his threw up their eyes, where 1-may the now mistresses of the field, was the
Fairest and frailest flower eyes, of the piles of French lace, Persian prophet forgive me for being such a fool- very reverse of conciliation. Age-\\ hich
Beauty that\0yest in thy heavenly birth, tissues, Saxon porcelain, and a hundred was indulging mine. 1 had always a passion will penetrate even the latticed bowers of
Ruling all spirts with a nameless power- other fine things, torn, burnt, or Hung at for wild nature, from the time that I the Seraglio, had paid his ominous visit to
Yet Pat at on, Itfgj! queen of earth! his head by those doves of Paradise. The was a camel driver among the swamps of a lace, till that moment unconscious

Shall fade tb no!glo fa\Off(of day thai form plain fact was, the whole Harem was in a the Euphrates-but all that I have ever of many his call. Sultanas who had sat supreme
seraph state of mutiny.I seen was child's play to the let loose
the riche sight
And on fIr its honor d clay not less in charms than in rank,
Shall feed the Ailing worm! demanded au audience of the Sultan, before me: found themselves for the first time in sudden -
And thou, wbtsc D door and found him in hid kiock, (pavilion,)try- A troop of Georgians rushed up the side danger of a fall from their royalty.
Was never open J tot sufferer's ing to smoke away thought. I told him to of the terrace. I had been noted in the Even the Georgian's{ rose of twelvemonths
path wblth cry lay down his pipe, or to lay down market for giving a largo: fur
Whose tor. u o'er tbe friend- (prepare price some ornaments transplanting into this garden: of hour is,
Untouched, \ his sceptre. lie was m despair, refusedto of my household-but his highness was not quite so rose-like as the flower cf a
bVrmejy, sigh- listen to reason, and comforted himself as brother of the run and moon, having week-bought blooming from time fresh air
With all thy ftjott| lpeed- in the national way, saying that if it was tho first right to the celestials-his of its mountains and diP < rerk eye itself
and bau ;
Heartless in tiT course along: written in the book of destiny that his ca- purse sweeps> tbe bazaar. Tho twenty or flashed less irresistible radiance after a year

."*" ,. I'
fIV, $t\ ion .1 citizens arc respectively invited lp aUttui
r which single man
lation of the city of, JVarsaw f'n the 7th, vernmcnt, by a saved bravo nation... as business of importance,to the county will,
could have
I tXG oclock,.P.L,:.afier two'days bloody of its will, '" '.' .
I transacted.- '
Pan represent be
latest accounts !
which Tho
in the neighborhood, during .
fighting --o o-
I enough the Russians carried by assault nil tho entrenchments the state of the capital! as most alarming. Court for the Southern
is raised to a state ol The U. S. Superior
The public feeling .
had been raised to
which pro.
ly sky of phrensied hostility against the ministerson Judicial/District of Florida, Judge
tied con- tect the city. their funds which commenced iu
towards Poland WEBB presiding,
their policy ;
The Polish Army followed by tIle Diet
truth is ,
i occasionheard and the member of tho Government, retired -, have fallen from 2 to 3 per cent. session on Monday last, adjourned this day,

; t it through Praga on the night of tho GREAT EXCITEMENT itf PARIS. the whole of the business on Docket having-

)JubiJity.to 7th, and early on the 8th the Russian Army The London Herald of tho 20lh says: been gone through with.

c the entered, maintaining perfect order- -Tho'express from Paris gives alarming 4.0-

feof the persons ind property were respected.The accounts of the state of tho French capi Several distinguished men of science

ain, and Poles were retiring: upon :tfodlin tal. The news of the fall of Warsaw have been sent out from France and England

fear lest and Plock,where it supposed they would seems to have ->cited among all classes to examine the New Island, lately

dc.downontrovcr. make an effort to maintain t h cmse'C3.." there a phrenzy equal !o that produced by discovered in the Sea of Sicily.

Such is the substance of this fatal intel.. the publication of the 1'olignac Ordinances. -o.o-

proposalor ligence. It is still said that the Poles will lIen'ieV it ay a national calamity:-:as a CHOLERA 1\fonncs.-At the sitting of the

to die, maintain the struggle. But the loss of national disgrace, of which each individual Academy of Science, of France, on the

jess of a their capital is a fearful blow,and may, we must bear his share. The majority of the 29lh. of August last, :letter was read from

vied tho fear,prove fatal to their cause. Shops are shut-public business IS. some which stated that in India
M. ,
The following is the extract from the degree suspended, the Ministers are insulted
infusion of the leaves and stalks of the
Sun of the 17lh in effigy an
i woman : laughed at, threatened, hanged
la to be "A morning contemporary mentions the I -crowds throng the streets, with crape Lanais Camphor in sweet oil, is successfully

I f the Se- capitulation of Warsaw as a catastrophe : hat and arm-bands--some pillaging gun- given for the cholera, and that this preparation .

ftan on that took place on the 11th,after two days I maker's shops, others busy in listening to may be imitated in France,by dissol.

rivers of bloody fighting in the neighborhood,during the ardent appeals ot the newspapers-the ving about 12 grains of camphor in an ounce

.in, when which the Russians carried by assault all theatres are almost all closed-the black of olive oil. This solution may be used instead

rsitalion. the entrenchments which had been raised to flag is hoisted in some of the main streets of the Cajeput oil. A traveller in India .
French- the city." We have still our hopes the Margellaise
i protect -the drum beats hourly arms- who twice attacked by cholera
is stock that this disastrous is unfounded if was ,
; ; is publicly sung in the Palais Royal '
was cured by taking three spoonfuls of this
e honor however, it unluckily prove to be correct, -the troops of the line arc in motionand -. .
shall tremble for the sensation it will camphorated oil.
6 move- we to sum all in one significant sentence,
?; last re.exquisito- create in the French capital. The people the Ministry has been twice defeated on --o+c>-
We requested by Capt. : ,of the
there, feel an intense interest in the cause points which it had strongly at heart.
f of stan- of the Poles, and will not, we apprehend, M. Casimer Perrier and Sebastian hada Schr. Stonington, to report the following

1 double tamely brook the intelligence of the fall of narrow escape with their lives on Saturday. vessels: In lat. 35 deg. N. long. 73 1 2,

i sublimeust Warsaw." The French papers contain an abstract of spoke Ship Eliza of Salem, 130 days from

and City, 12 o'clock.-In the Stock Exchangethey a circular dated Warsaw, August 15, and Manilla bound to Salem, on the 20th Oct.

f obscu- do not give implicit credit to the fall oddresscd to the Polish Envoys at Paris. In lat. 33 deg. 33 min. long. 73 deg. 41 min.

lulhamid of Warsaw,and we wish it was in our power The document is most affecting and im spoke ship General Hand,67 days from Cett
ts forev- to contradict it. Up to the timeit
present pressive. It charges the cabinets of Eng bound to Philadelphia, Oct. 21st.
has not had much effect on the funds. land and France with bad faith, and adds, ..

air, his BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS. be enslaved its fate
that if Poland again The Madrid Gazetteof the 20th August,
tter; but bo attributed to ther "hypocriticalsympathy" II
,took my Friday, Sept. 16. must mentions that a farmer at Lugo, in Galicia,

) face in Col. Evans presented a petition from the in ploug ,inga field lately,found two earthen

ad vice National Reform Association, held at the several of
0 vases, containing pounds weight
4 i hould re- Crown Tavern, Muscum-st. Bloomsbury, THE GAZETTE. gold coin, bearing the effigies of the Empe.
praying the House to take into consideration
I for
1 me rors Nero Vespasian, Adrian, and Trajan.
tho present state of the unfortunate KEY WEST:
The gold is of the finest quality,and the
virile he Poles, with a view of addressing His Majesty pre
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1C, 1831. servatioh of the coins perfect.oe .
went to praying that his Majesty would be --- .-- -- --- --_. .
pleased to recognize their cause Laid on DISASTROUS NEWS. --- -- ,
tho table and ordered to be printed. HAS The New York Courier says: "The
;r some AT LENGTH FALLEN! After two
days sanguinary Brussels of the 27th
I paper August,
iad been Dundee Sept. 20.
fighting, the Town surrendered by that the King: of Belgium has appointed M.
women. At homo the Reform Bill now approaches I
capitulation the Russians
entered Pra- Mali merchant of this his
city, Consul here.
(g slave, the crisis of its fate. The report from ga- .
na? the Committee of the House of Commonshas
How long will victory continue to followin
look of DIED
been brought up and tho third readingof
nay cost I the bill was fixed for Monday last, on the wake of oppression and power! How At this plice, on the 10th instant of Ily-
long shall the tears of drothorax, ANTHONY LOFTIS, late a
have humanity
which call
of the House
day a was to be Soldier in the U. S. service aged 30
made, in order to ensure a full attendance. flow redressed How long shall the a native of Ireland. years,

i ravagingand There is no doubt of its finally passing groans of the oppressed and persecuted ascend A t his residence in St. Augustine, on the

were I. the House of Commons. The only difti- to heaven unanswered and unavenged 7th October, WATERS SMITH, Esq. late

that theyr culty is in the other House, and there arc Where are ye now, ye lovers of freedom Marshall of the Eastern District of Florida.

partizansi still various and most contradictory reports does your devotion tend only to idle aspirations Marshal Smith was much esteemed and respected
were goB respecting its probable reception by the by his fellow-citizens, and has been
and end in words! Where the boasted .
been the Lord. On tlw'whole however the appointed during two administrations to the
opinion march of Intellect?-whilst a nation of office which he held. A bereaved family,
seems to be that it will be
passed by a
I freemen are beaten down and and a large circle of acquaintance and
subjugated in
,t of mutes majority. On this point many speak con. friends will '
the face of long deplore his loss.
10 first half fidently, nnd in a late discussion in the an enlightened world-tho lovers ......
lout, ando i House of Commons, Lord Althorp boldly of liberty are shrugging their shouldersand "' ---

) of Ach- asserted that it would pass, and it is not to exclaiming, "alas, for Poland-would! l t MARINENTELLIGENCR.

droitly laid be thought that he would have made sucha hat it were otherwise!" Oh! for the days := .:.,, :

made ten confident assertion without some authori.. of Chivalry-when at the very cry of oppression .

imc kind; ty.The a thousand bright swords would POUT OP KEY WEST.

ixty of the death of the Countess, Dowager of have leapt from their scabbards-nor

ire walkedDO Worrington, mother of tho Duke of Wellington enter into cold calculations of stoptto ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
the size the Marquis of Wellesley, Lord policy! Nov. 9. Sloop Select, 7 days from New
the Trea- Maryborough, Lord Cowley, and the Hon. Rejoice, ye oppressors of mankind-re.. York,bound, to St. Marks,sailed next day.,
and Rev. Gerard Wellesley, is announcedin joice! Now id your day of triumph-the Nov. 10. Sloop Sarah Isabella, Housman,
he bamboor the London victim is bound and at the altar-consummate Florida Reef and New York; to master.
I papers. the sacrifice! But Sloop Capital, Walker Charleston, merchandize
; droppedmost French ltlin 3try.-The disappointmentto beware! for your to F. A. Browne.

pro- which tho ministry of M. Perrier were hour of rejoicing shall quickly pass: What Sloop Eden, Braman, Havana, to master.

Sultanasteak obliged to submit at the period of the general mean these commotions which are now shaking Sloop Morning Star, Appleman, Havana

I had election,and which perhaps more than the world! .The Spirit of Liberty is to master.

n tears and the smallness of the majority in thc election abroad-in! vain your guards, in vain Sloop Wm. Stewart, Cushman, Havana.
It; and if of President of the Chamber of Deputies, dungeons-man must and will be your to F A. Browne.
ble world decided them to offer their resignations frce- Sloop Chilo, 7 days from New York,
twice they You cannot quench the light of day_"truth bound to Mobile, sailed next day.
has been recovered by the return of Admiral
maybe obscured and Scbr. Taumauli as 9 from
liberty beaten down days New
philoso. de the
Rigncy Marine
York bound
to sailed
for Appalachicola, next
;h towards the electoral college of Boulogno-sur-mer a season, but the sun cannot always be I day.

.chmct and of Charles Dupin, by one of the arrondisse- hidden from our eyes, and Liberty bounds I Nov 11.Sloop Fair American, Burrows, .

ments of Paris, and of Marshal Lobau, the from the earth with an Antean spirit." Havana, to master.

commander of tho National Guard. The affairs of Poland are discouraging; Nov. 12. Schr. William Ross, Wall, 3
TWO DAYS LATER. -e but we cannot forego the fond anticipations days from 37 Nassau, N. P. merchandize to
-.. which we hare formed: How will this
London, Sept. 20. SchrJVIary Ann, Appleby, Florida Reef,
AU9AVV.ight The capitulation of Warsaw and its news be received by the French nation ballast to F. A. Browne.
Capt. Will they continue inactive Nov. 13. Sloop Azelia Anderson, Florida
try by the Russian troops, is but too true spectators, orwill
Sunday cve- The sensation this intelligence has created they not rise in their might, and discarding Reef, sand for Barracks to P. J.Fontaine.
20th haam Nov. 14. Sloop Mary Ellen Lester Havana
the foiled in Paris is, as we anticipated, most intense, temporizing policy of the Ministers ,to master. Sloop Paragon Burrows,
capitu- has already given rise to tumults, and will, trike at once for liberty and Poland! Havana to master. Sloop Tickler Woodward .

\Vhich we apprehend,give rise to many more. The May not this defeat in the end, become a Havana,to master. _
castscript Ministry too have been defeated,on a point most propitious event!-will it not unte the Sloop Alert,J. Fish, Havana, to master.

, in which the Minister of War seems to have sons of Poland, quell internal dimensions Nov. 15. Sloop Gallant, F. Gallup, Havana .
considered of great moment and this defeat and to master. .
remnrkablcndre occurring at a crisis peculiar; excitement inspire to new exertions on the part of Sloop Mary Ann, Ximencs, Tortugas, to
on then foreign friends We anxiously wait for fur- master.
the 2Q.hn cannot fail materially to endanger their eta.bility' ther intelligence. Sloop Cuba,Sawyer, Tortugas to master.

packet of But the Polish question absorbs all -< ._ Schr. Swift. Quincey, Baltimore, bound
other in the French capital. It is felt thereas to St. Marks.
tli, and the By the fast sailing Schr.
a national calamity, and in some degree Swift. Captain CLEARED
due. a disgrace, and so indeed it is; for, had not Quincy, in 12 days from Baltimore, we have 1Noy.
10. Sloop Eden B-aman, Havana
ID 20th Sept. the heroic Poles just received late ,
thrown 3d
themselves in the papers as November by master. Morning Si*', Appleman, Havana .
..W. way tIle army of Nicholas would long ere They contain the latest accounts from Eng by master. ,

lien. After this have reached the banks of the Rhine; land. The disastrous news of the fall of Nov. 11. Sloop Fair American, Burrows,

g, the town the Poles therefore may be considered as Warsaw it, we regret to say, but too true. Havana, by master/ -Scbr. Ploughboy
having to a certain Geigaf, by O. O'11ar..Schr.Ariel, Bizeul,
id tho Ru extent, sacrificed themselves Extracts will be found under
for tho French.--Sun. Head. our Foreign Charleston by F./. Browne. Sloop Brilliant
Packer, Fl ion is from The London Morning Herald of the 20th -+- Barker, Florida Reef Jy master. Sloop

ties, on tirewas says, "The fate of Warsaw and the ruin of A PUBLIC MEETING Sarah Isabella, fiousmatf Florida Reef by-

so sacred a cause as that of Poland, appear Of the citizens of Monroe County, will master Scbr. Tfcutl/ Bittel, Florida
received at to cast a gloom over the public mind hnrd be held this evening at 8 o'clockat the I Reef, by master. S/op Martha Jane

at, of the Clip'T- -Juticraro toe complaints t Dg11IDSt a go- J Warehouse of F. A. Browne, Esqr. The Long Nor., Florida 12. Sloop Reef Enfef., b/ aster.Page FIoriditnport.