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 23, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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----- !I Why are >on so long unfelt! of St. Augustinl' 'lIa!' ejaculated) the been my faithful friend) and coadjutor, unit
THE GAZETTE. Winter went a month ago, 'hearer, and raising his golden knobbed cane, now that I am brought to,a pinch, I have
tntTKl HVJJ. When the snow [began to melt! he struck at lie stranger, whose mouth distending sent to you, as a sate and sapient counsel

B. KTRORCL .\\I) T.. :M. STONE, "I am coming, little maiden, into a broad grin, showed' toothless lor. ,
And published] on every Wednesday l>y With the pleasant sunshine laden; gum, niui what appeared| as it were a bottomless 'Hero you see my three chief ministers.
THOMAS X. JKI'FRKYS.TERMS With With the the honey blossom for the bee, pit; but lighter and lighter grew War, Intcni|>crance and Want; (limo three
for the tree, his hand dimmer and dimmer his secretaries made! each
With the !flower and with the leaf 'i a respectful leg) but?
-$. per annum-payable iu 'Till I come the time is brief. the leech caught at him, his hand closed continued their master, they and nil their
advance. empty ho called to him, ho was answered attendant disease i tie which you set around -
Advertisements inserted at one dollar I am coming, I am coming,
by a hollow laugh-ho muttered a ]p atcr them,and are doubtless well acquainted
I per square for the first insertion, and fifty Hark! the little bee is 1lIlIIlIning- -
cents for every succeeding time, till ordered Sec! the lark is soaring high nosIer. with, do nut produce the desired cllcct;
to be stopped. In the bright and sunny sky; As he came near his own house, he saw now my good 1 friend, what think you can
--_.- And the gnats arc on the win a beggar, n.-t he thought standing by the portal bo the reason?-but 1 pray you sit down-
Little maiden-now is spring! His face was wasted and sallow, his Plague, give the good.J gentleman n chair.1
POETRY. See, the yellow catkins cover eyes sunken, his figure bent, and as he extended Magnus thanked the kind hearted monarch,
DREAMS OF ilEA VEN. All the slender willows over! his aim it shook as if poverty andsickness and took a scat in time skeleton chair, otter
had been too for him. Our ed him tho "
ny MRS. HEMAISS.! And on the inossy banks so green strong by 'spotty pestilent 'Sirl',
Dream'st thou of Ileavenl-what dreams Starlike primroses are Keen; leech put his hand into 'his purse, nnd selecting said the physician, tlmtsting his hand into
are thine And their clustering leaves below the smallest copper coin, held it to his immense coat pocket, '! feel gicatly
Fair child, fair gladsome child! White and purple violets blow! the mendicant, who drew heck his arm, and honored by the notice your majesty and
With eyes that like the dew-drop shine, Hark! the little lambs are bleating; raising his figure he whispered these words your ministers have condescended! 1 to take
And bounding footstep wild. And the cawing rooks are meeting -"meet me at midnight by the church of m mc,' and still hu kept fumbling in 'hisitickct'I
Tell me what hues the immortal shore In the elms, a noisy crowd, yard of St. Augustin.' '"1' sas tho third | recognize them and their sc'cr-
Can wear, my bird, to thee! And all birds arc singing loud; time!-the physician sought not to slay al suits ns old acquaintances and friends.As .
Ere yet one shadow hath pass'd o'er And In the the first white butterfly him; and in a moment more a passer-by to the |point on which your majesty t wished -
Thy glance and spirit free! sun goes lhttingby! stood in tho very spot where tho beggar had to consult me,' continual be, drawingout

'Oh! beautiful is heaven, and bright Little maiden look around thee! been.And at last from his pocket n role of parchment
With long, long summer days! Green and flow'ry fields surround thee, now was it midnight in the streetsof 'as to that point, I have here, sire, u
I see its lilies gleam in light, All Every the little.orchard stream trees is bright-white Madrid. The moon looked down coldly plan diuwn up by mjself; from which 1 am
Where many a fountain plays! And each small and waving arc shoot; I from her watch tower, nnd coldly crept convinced 111010 men might be destroyed.
"And there uncheck'd, methinks I rove, Has,for thee sweet flower or fruit! down tho air from the mountains. Here in one year than are now in twenty." 'lte
Seeking where young flowers lie, and there shone out n light from some si monarch rubbed\ his hand in delight:: ; 'the
In vale and golden-fruited grove Turn God for thy thee eyes the(o earth and has heaven! lent hostel tie, and 'hero. nnd there a glow great tncimiy,' continued Magnus, 'iho' 0111.ui.prt'tcnt .
Flowers that arc not to die!" Taught the birds Spring their melodies given:; ; ; worm glittered among the grass by the door foe that your majesty has to fear,

Thou Poet of the lonely thought, Cloth'd the earth and cleared tho skies, side of some neglected house. It was midnight i is imply exercise-could we get rid of
Sad heir of gifts divine! For thy pleasure or thy food- and Doctor Magnus Matador was him, War, and Intcmcrancc, Dud Want,
Say, with what solemn glory fraught Pour thy: soul in rati1ulle'S leaning upon tho church yard wall, and would no longer: work nnd sweat in vain.1
Is Heaven in dream of thine! may s) thou 'mid blessings! dwell- thoughtfully gazing upon the graves. One '}Jut,' interrupted limo monarh'how shall
HObvllere! the living waters flow Little maiden, fare the well!" clock-the clock of St. A1Igu tln'l'I cnpol- we get rid of hill!?' Tliat1s precisely tho

Along that radiant shore, -- had not yet told tho hour-hush! it was point; now, sire, by this plan of mine., I
My soul, a wanderer here shall know MISCELLANEOUS. the bell! Suddenly before our levchV eyes would obviate the necessity of preparing
The exile-thirst no more! -- ---- flitted a misty form, wavering hither ana fir war, at least in u ole nice; I would QU?
: ,The burden of the stranger's heart From the New-England Galaxy. thither with the wind, and through which viatc the necessity of it in nil manufactured
!, Which here unknown 1 bear, DEATH'S PARTICULAR FRIEND.A you might trace the outlines of the whitened ; in fact, in every thing; and once do
Like the night-shadow shall depart, TALE OF IIY-GOME PAYS. church, and anon came a second, nnd away with IIrcesaity,mul men aro'tooln't '-
With my first wakening there. Since my dear soul was mistress of her anon a third; they wero his three sumuon- your majesty undeistands mo.' Intemperance
';And borne on eagle-wings afar, choice, ers. Distinct they stood, but they spoku( laughed outright for joy; and Con
Free thought shall claim its dower And could of men distinguish her election, not-they moved not; and now had the sumption coughed His sincere approbation.
from every sphere, from every star, She hath scaled thee for herself.-HAMLET. bell told nine strokes, and < nee again they 'I will leave tho plan with your majesty
Of glory and of power. Iii.the early part of the fourteentli century began to fade; again you miAht sec through' said the leech, and ho extended 'his -)hand
in the town of Madrid dwelt Doctor them the innumerable tombs with the
O woman! with the soft sad eye -then n bat parchment to Death. As the: monarch
Of spiritual gleam! :Magnus: l\Iatadom.-Enrly in life tile Dr. flew by, and passed though their fading took it. his face became dim again-
"Tell rne of those bright realms on high! had given himself up to the study of physic, :hnpt.!. It was strange, but stranger still his form again vast and dreamlike-all faded *
. How doth thy deep heart dreamt, and before his fortieth year, had given as was it, that: as they disappeared", the physician before the eyes of the Doctor; thcro
By thy sweet mournful voice I know, many infidel, not to say Lclie\'ersO\'r to felt as if he were disappearing too!- came again tile beating of wings, and then
On thy pale brow I see, the! grave, as ever did lied Cross Knight.: mistier and mivtier became their shapes, the unbroken Htillncwi, and then forgetfulness -
That thou hast lov'd in silent woe, Early in the morning he began his labors, and dimmer and dimmer his perceptions; -tho' clock 'had been upon the eleventh
Say,what is Heaven to three and the sun went down, and still was heat the scene around seemed to become indistinct stroke when lie had lost hU recollection,

"Oh! Heaven is where no secret dread w wk. At a fever, or a dropsy, or an appo- -he put by his hand to hide it, but and when it cuinu again it was upon the
May haunt Love's meeting hour; plexy, there was none might compete with he saw thro 'his hand as if it were a web of twelfth.1
Where from the past, no gloom is shed him; he was sure to put the disease to flight gossamer,-again that hat had flitted bit )- Fro n that day forward tho practice of
O'er the heart's chosen bower; by the sixth day, and unless it so fell out flitted through himself! Magnus Matador flourished famously; nil
"Where every scver'd wreath is bound; that in departing, limo disease was in such When the leech recovered his perception, liked him, fur all his rule was to keep still,
And none have heard the knell a hurry as to go off patient and all, as a he was clone; ho gazed uiound fir the to take care not to catch cold, to walk out
That smites the soul in that wild sound- dog runs away with a leg of mutton when church, he saw it not; there was not a tomb, of the air; his advice accorded well with
Farewell! Bclov'd,-Farewell !" the butcher comes; unless this was th case, nor a tree, nor a house, nur a single thing-- the inclinations of his patients, and noon
the leech commonly cured the man; and if not even a sound. He looked up, there Dr. Mata oro stood: unrivalled in Madrid.
THE LAST PLAGUE OF EGYPT. he did die, why the poor physician crossed was no sky; down, there was no earth; ho And ere many years went by, his plan began .
Exodus, lath chap.29th and 30th verses. himself, muttered an Ave Maria and took felt his pulse, it heat; it was no dream; he to bo felt throughout the wOII. Tho
Yes! brightly docs the sun-light fall his recompense gratefully; he was in truth, stood,as it wero in mid air. It was light, invention of Gunpowder, printing, tho va-
On temple; tower and princely hall; an exemplary Christian.It but there was neither sun, moon nor stars. lions improvements in agriculture and manufactures -
Wild gleams afar the mighty Nile, was the evening of a November day; Presently there came a sound as of wings, the dill'usion of learning, the re-
As if each wave had learn'd to smile; limo sun had sunk behind the mountains of and 'he saw around him a thousand dim, vival of letters, tho steam engine, the rail
And every light and stealing breeze iiiadarrama, in the far cast the stars were shadowy, gigantic forms, passing and rc- way-were but so many 8tcp, in the great
That Hath loves dallied to grace with the the morning spicy trees hours, beginning to look out upon the quiet waters. passing; grasped at them wildly, but he plan, first suggested by the Madrid Physician
And kissed the young and rising flowers. The leech had finished his days work, and grasped nothing And then ho saw before and backed by all limo energy of the
wns now hieing home to 'his own low him, as it were, a throne, misty and immense shadowy monarch. Intemperance now re
Yet there is gloom in Memphis brow now- dwelling, and comfortable !bed ; presently like the forms around 'him, and then veiled in luxury; the strong warriors and

A From cold him despair who on toils every his life away; there was a hand laid upon| 'his shoulder afar off, ho saw three figures, yea, those artizans, and husbandmen of old, were
The victim of a tyrant's sway, a heavy, hard hand; 'ho turned-it was a three' but like all the rest, dim and gigantic changed fur puny, bedizened, l lazy roldicrs;
To him, who from his gorgeous throne knight, armed cap-a-pie, his visor down. ; and with each came multitude of fob for p pale sickly' manufacturers; for drinking,
Looks down on Egypt as his own. From his helmet streamed a long, black lowers. And they passed on and set them deputing( voting farmers; and hard after
AH shudder as the morning sun, plume; his step had been noiseless; 'his at the foot of the 'hrono.' And then again intemperance| ever comes Want, and ho too,
Reveals a woe they may not shim, ; voice was hollow" leet me at mid- nfar off came another form, yet moro vast found a plentiful harvest to be reaped.-
That sun in mockery rcstcth now night, said he,by the churchyard of St. An- air' fearful to look upon] ,and, as ho carne, And even War, though at first his interest
On On manhood's pallid lip and features rigid,brow-harsh and grim- gustin!1" The leech would fain have demanded the light around the leech disappeared, and seemed hurt by the"reform," found, at last,
The beamless eye and pulseless mbTllc the 'why and the wherefore; but there came down thick darkness, but lie- it was all for his good. And everyday the
cold pale lips of childhood wear ere he could speak the form of he stranger hind 'him that came there was a strong and |power of Death increased; till at lust, Mag
The last, faint smile that cjuiver'd there- began to grow indisilnci ; it lost its material dear: light, and in it wero seen fair forma nus himself, after establishing a sect, whoso
And beauty's raven locks arc thrown appearance, and like a wreath mor- And all the noise of those flying was hushed motto was, "Keep: >>out of the uir11! even ho
O'er features fix'd as sculptur'd stone! ning smoke, was, before the doctor recovered -and he that came last went up and seton died; and going down to those dim realms
Wild-deep and long the wail is made himself, dissolved and incorporated in the throne. again, 'he took his scat upon tho monarch's
Above the unrcgarding dead- the empty air. Magnus had but ono re- In his hand he held. a dart that was ever right hand, and dropping his title of Doc
The loud lament for glory gone- source, he crossed 'himself. The shades of changing, and, indeed, so was his counte- tor Magnus Matador,be took that of Death's
The wail for Egypt's elder-born! night were fast coming down,and our leech thick mists Prime Minister, and Duke of Dyspepsia.
nance now were round him
The monarch from his of no
eye pride felt that it behooved him to make the best
Hath dash'd in scorn the tear aside, that be was dimly seen, and then they rolled -
And chck'd within himself the groan, of his way homo but in turning a corner, 1 a way,and as they passed,his face teemed From the Englishman's Magazine.
'.'. )pop, he came directly against: a man; and, NAI'OI..EOr\'S'I'OMll.
When fell the heir of Eg1P throne! milder, and the light beyond grew
The princely hall-the menial sLed )ct, it was 'passing strange though ho raw brighter. And there was deep silence. BIT A vi.rm.ix.
Have each their own devoted dead! him, and saw that' he run against him, lie
And within 'him the leech heard a voice I spent all save the dawning of a long
Each hath the mourner's thrilling cry- felt nothing! whispering, "bow down, for thou art in the day of hard service, far from the din of
The mother's tear and father's sigh! The
stranger was a round, large, jolly presence of death," and 'he bowed down. European: strife, under the scorching ikies
Groans Israel 'oeath the spoiler's tread looking man, with, as seemed in tho twilight And presently there came a. voice, soft and of tho East. Even amidst the forests of Ne-
Rises her wail above the dead!- a red nose and mouth of largo dimensions
'low )like the tones of the Eolian harp, paul the name of Bonaparte{ sounded like ApeU.
Not so-from bondage, chains and toil- ; he was dressed in tile strange
which said "arise O
Magnus Matador ambition
The tyrant's jest-the heathcnV spoil, fashion of tho day, which slowed his size was condemned,
Unbanned by all the plagues that boiv'JThe flower of physician, and lord of leeches, his genius was admired, his misfortunes deplored -
spirits of the stern and proud, to advantage, and displayed his thick bull men of tho common stamp may fear me, ; often have I wished to encounter
Withsymbal-tooe, and minstrel lay, neck and round shoulders Magnus would but what hast thou, who art my particular him face to face; the closest approach, however .
Her joyous thousands pass away fain have bowed and passed on, but the friend, to fear?" and then the leech arose, that fortune enabled me to make to
And brightly in their pathway rise boo vivant caught him by the shoulder, and Alien lie looked again upon Death, his him, was my pilgrimage to hi* tomb.
The grateful fire of sacrifice! and in a sepulchral voice that ill befitted '
fearful When
appearance was departed, and lo! a at St. Helena, started one morning *
SPRING. his appearance,repeated tho words that the fair and wcll-visaged youth sat upon tho with a small party of brotlicr officer,
THE COMING: OF wondering physician had beard once Loforo'reret throne,but still he felt it was Death. 'Magtswn to survey the spot where the remains of tbq
'Spric, where are you tarrying now meat midnight by fix rlmrcJi 'ltrlJ l : 'd the monarch, 'you bavo always world's agitator are. deposited. TitQ lJOCUWEST -

Southern Judicial District two hundred and forty-six JtogstieadV, t f\':)
AN AGED Tnr.r. or Court for the and five Barrels: of \itrlasaes
have been laid tc- I t Tierces
. or inc locality
I of Florida.
A tree at Pcronn, in Picar>', That at the request of tho said ('Viptain
fore the public so oficn and so amply, on yew /too/rot That a Committee of Five I
camass nnd on paper, that further description which' flourished in the year 634, was in be ,llo draft a !Memorial 1 to time, they! with great difficulty and danger haul- I
is needles' ,The character of the existence in 1790-it is "notherefore.* Post appointed Master General on the subject of. a cd their vessels along side snid I ling, and by

scene is profound nnd awful loneliness-a to havi existed 1,156 ycnrs. Mail to Key-West, nIl that the,, Memoiialbe incessant labor\ and great exertion, at tlii-
huge naked hills-not an object ) White Delegateto risk of looking their own vessels, (owing
dell girt in by r- I forwarded to Cu ,
vegetable life to relieve the general THE GAZKTTI3. Congress with a request that he use his to the violence of tho wind ofthe
M-icceedcd in relict
aspect of deserted ness,except the few weeping : exertions to accomplish the object pro water, &c.) ing said
willows which droop above\ the grave. KEY WEST: Brig and Cargo from 'her perilous shun I ionawfbrinsing
posed. .' the same in safely lo the Pert
of solitude is heightened
The feeling oltct1 That this community ia-
Rc as
elevation WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1831. West and lint: in as much as their"
echo, that responds on the least .--- ._," -- --. ., .- hors under serious disadvantages, in consequence of Ky ;
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of the voice. With what singular emotions of own vessels have sustained considerable fu
of the restricted qualifications
I took my stand upon the lab which O rAn adjourned Meeting of the Citizens f Jurors and as it is impossible under pre- jury, and 'they ,hnvo been Ihconly moans oC

sheltered ho dust of him for whom the of Monroe' ('ollntyfill take place sent circumstances fo bring a criminal to having lie! said Brig Doris and her Cargo:

crowns, thrones nnd sceptres ho wrung this Evening at fl o'clock at the Warehouse we appoint a Committee of Five to from total loss, a liberal salvage thereon i ifprajcd
would of themselves And whereas the Jnd c of said
from their Coun- : ;
of F. A. Browne, Esqr. drat Memorial to Legislative
have furnished materials for a monument! amend 1 the hw Court for said District hath ordered awl! directed .
them to
1>+&- cil, requesting so
There Ihe restless was at rest; there the SIIIPWBCCKS.-TJic Brig Doris, Capt. as that it may meet the' exigencies of this on Wednesday, the 30th inst. for nil
Emperor of the French, King of Italy, persons concerned to be cited and intimated;
Protector of the Confederation of the Rhine, J. L. Churchill, Matanz&swilh a cargo County.Kcgohcd. That time'Slmcial Committee to appear at the Court House at KeyWest.in ,

Grand l\Julerof the Legion of Honor, re- of 300 hhds. of Mok!s'S. bound to apKiiiited to, take into consideration tho said District, to show cause, if any they:

posed with almost as little sepulchral pompas Portland, was wrecked on Carysford- Reef law| ranpecting tho qualification of Jurors, have, why judgment should( not pass: n.<

the humble tenant of a country church about 15 miles from the Light Ship: Florida \\tc also instructed to report t'. this Meeting, prayed. You are therefore hereby authori

yard. on the tnorning of the ICtb November, at it its next sitting, such laws att' cling empowered and strictly enjoined peremptorily
"After life's fitful fever lie sleeps well. ;deem amend- to rile and' admonish; all persons
this County as they to require
between the hours,or 4 and 5 o"dock;she
I withdrew my foot-removed with my ment, together with such amendments as whatsoever, having or pretending to have:
handkerchief the traces it had left upon lay upon the Href thumping until daylight, they may think advl ealJle. any right, title, claim or interest in. or to

the stone, and gave a tear to the fate of when she was assisted by the Sclir. Thistle, The Chairman having appointed the respective the said Brig Doris, her tackle, apparel, furniture -

the ccilcJ. also, was a soldier of fortune Capt. Bethel, and Sloop Brilliant Captain committees', the Meeting adjo.irn- and cargo aforesaid, by publicly affixing

our party quilted tho place with dejected 1 Packer-who after taking out 50 Ilhd of ed to Wednesday evening, the 2Jd instant.F. this Monition on the main imst of
face?, and scarcely a word was spoken until Molasses succeeded in her afloat A. BROWNE, slIlfllrig and leaving there affixed A true
we reached our quarters.: Chairman.J. copy hereof and by all other lawful ways.
On the following morning a French frigate and brought her to this place, where she I W. SIMONTON means and method, whereby this Monition
arrived from the idle of Bourbon, ha- arrived on the .1 pth Xm'cmLer.-We under- may lie made must public timid notorious -

vingon board a regiment of artillery. The stand 1 hat vessel is considerably injured, 1 Secretary. !"!, to be.and appear at the time arid 1 pr taCo

officers solicited and obtained permissionto .-.w -........___ aforesaid' before the ,-udjje aforesaid, and
having knocked off her false keel, and the
pay a tribute of respect to their old lead also to attend ii|>on every session and sessions
dcr's ashes. I accompanied them to the greater part other sheathing;: and also start lt EIARINEINTELLIGENCE. JfR'! to be held there and flora thence un-

ground, aud rarely: have I witnessed enthusiasm ed her rudder braces. At the time the ..-... til a definitive sentence shall be read and

like theirs. On tho way not an eye Doris got ashore the wind was blowing promulged in the said business inclusively,
was dry, snd some who had served immediately fresh from i:. S. E. the weather during the POUT OF KEY \V ST.ARIU"ED if them or any of them shall think it their!
under 'Mho Emperor," wept aloud. do hear abide and
duty so to to by perfmn
night was pleasant, flying clouds towards SINCE OUIt LAST.Now .
As they drew nearer to the spot, their step all and singular such judicial acts as arty
became hurried and irregular, but the mo morning. The Brig will l hc discharged 14. Sloop Mary Ellen, Lester, Havana neces-nry aud by law required! to i be done

inept they saw the tomb, they formed two hove out, in order to ascertain what damage Sioop, to Paragon master. Burrows, Havanato mas and expedited in tho premises: and furthrr
deep, and\ advanced with uncovered heads, she may have sustained. ter. to do aad receive what unto law and justice

folded arms, and slow and (pensive (Jlce. I Sloop Tickler, Woodward Havana, to .sha'l appertain,under the pain of the law
When within five or six yards of their destination It is with regret: that we inform our readers maste- aud contempt thereof the absence or contumacy -

they broke off into single files,and of the Shipwreck of the .'hip I Florence Sloop ,Alert Fish, Havana, to master. of them nncl every of them in nnr-
surrounding the grave, at uniform interval, I Nov. 15. Sloop Gallant, Gallop, Havana, wiso notwithstanding: And -viVifwieryou
Capt. '%t m. P. Blackler. The Ship/ Flo-
knelt down. The coaimamler of to manic
shall do in the premise,you shall duly
the frigate and the others in succession, rence is a fine new vessel 1, but two months Schr. Lafayette, from Norfolk, hound to eeriify unto the Judge' aforesaid! at the'
New Orleans, sailed same day passing thro'N.
according to their rank, then kissed the off the stocks, of about 300 tons burthen, W. passage. time and place aforesaid, together with

slab; when they arose every lip etl, and was bound from Boston with a Cargoof Nov. 17- Sloop Florida! ,? Packer, New-: these present

every bosom full. ', Dry Goods, Furniture, &c. She went London, to .master.U. W tI1'ss the lion. J.\'Ir.* WETNI, Judge? or'
In a few days !subsequently officers S. Schr. Spark, Lt. Com. Picrccy, our said Court for said District, this 22cl
of both countries met at Soli'!n'aYtable, ashore the evening of the 9th November, from a cruise. day of November, 1831.

and after dinner the first toast)iroposcd by on the west end of Tortugas Reef; and on I IL. S. U. C.: Marion, Jackson, from a JOBs! YANCEY, Clctl-

the French commodore was "The, King of the 12th, with the! assistance :Sloop: Spermaceti cruise. ---- ---
Nov. .10. Sloop Brilliant, Packer, Florida

three times three I really
England- THOSE \\lio
; : feel
Capt. Clift, got off with five and a Reef Molasses from wreck of Brig Doris persons disposed
that the hurra I" of
thought "hip-hip- to contribute towards tLc erection of u
of Portland, to F. A. Browne.
half feet water in the hold loss of rud-
enemies would have CHURCH
the Island
ancient never an informed
our: upon arc
Brig Doris, J. I. Cllllr'hill.ratan7.: :\!!,
end. An English gentleman returned der and a considerable |>orlioa of the Caro Molasses to F. \. Browne. Tile 'oris was that Subscriptions will Ire received hy to!:
thanks and proposed "Tho of thrown hound from Matan/.as Portland following gentlemen, composing the t orn
memory ,;: overboard; the remainder partly to with a
that Great Warrior, Napoleon Bonaparte{ I damag<: .-On the 13th, boarded! the Cargoof 360 U lids Molasses;and was wrecked mince lion.appointed for that.purpose:
that of the FloridaReef
The pledge went solemnly round, each on part called
Schr. from Boston, bound to the F.lhow. \VriiTEiiiMn, I.. :M. STONE, Esqrs.\ Drs.
sprig wearing of, his in honor guardian of willow.tire mighty Tliceve deaf' n- Now Orleans, on hoard of which vessel: all Nov. 21. Sloop' Loreto, S. Burrows, Havana II. S. W UFlUIOU }: and B. H. STnolur..

in concord, patriotic the passengers of the Ship were received. Ballast to 1\1!Ster.
ning spent many
Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows Havana, to
toasts were reciprocated, many good thingswere The Florence arrived at this place on master. oIJ1 ;'e, fi6 Q,!
said, and the blunt sincerity of military the .I Sloop Ann Ximencs Havana ballast
21st, instant, leaking badly; she com- Mary
friendship presided over our parting. menced to master. Extract from a Law of tluj
Q. S. discharging on the 22nd, and Nov. 22. loop Spermaceti, Clift, Tor-
will be hove out as soon as possible; apprehensions pas, to P. C. Greene, Dry Good from the! United States, dated IGth
are entertained that her bottom wreck of Ship Florence. March 1002.SECTION.
NATIONAL HONOR. is seriously injuied. Ship Florence, Blackler, from Boston, ,
This rode differs curiously according to hound to New Orleans with a Cargo of Dry XIX.
longitude and latitude. In England smuggling -o.o- Goods Furniture, &c. to P. C. Greene.
i is a crime, which costs some millionsa The U. S. Sloop of war, Vrxccxxts, The Florence was wrecked upon the west Every person who shall procure or entice -

year,in revenue officers,revenue cruisers, Captain SiiriiRiCK, arrived at this port,on end ef the Tortugas Reef.CI.EAREP a SOLDlERof the United Stairs to

and preventive service,and in the teeth of Monday the 21st inst. She camo up witha desert, or wilt shall purchase from any

the three,smuggling goes on as briskly as tine breeze, and passed the Town in a NOT. 14. Sloop Mary EL :n, Lester, Havana Soldier, his Arm, Uniform Clothing, or
ever. The communication with foreigners, fish to master. any part tlrereof; and any Captain or
however is so far from an offence, that all gallant manner. On Tuesday at 12 o'clock Sloop Paragon, N. Burrows, lilavanafkh Commanding Officer of any Ship or Vessel -
our rising generations of men, are furnish she tired a salute, in compliment to the to master. who, shall enter on board such Shipor

ing themselves with cigars chin-tufts, and Garrison at this place, under the command to sloop master.Tickler, Weodwurd, Havana, fish Vessel I, ns one of his Crew, or -otherwise -

gibberish from foreigners, and are succeeding of Major J. M ( L.\SSELL, which was immediately Sloop Alert, Jos. Fish, Havana, fish to carry away any F'ich Soldier, or
shall refuse deliver
to to the ordersof
in like up
wonderfully looking monkeys; master.
returned from the shore-The "
and our ladies see so much grace in a lip Stoop Gallant, GallupNew Orleans ballast I !hid Commanding Ollicer: shall, upon
covered with mustache and rapper, that whole being i performed 1 handsome Naval master. Legal conviction, bo fined, at the discretion -

every word muttered by a varlet goes ta the and Military style.In Nov. 15. Sloop Friend Cushman Nassau of any Court havign cognizance of
heart, keen as tho keenest arrow of Cupid, -- Flour, &c. to master. the same, in any sum not exceeding
and the fair one, if she have money enough, audition to those formerly mentioned, Nov. 10. Sloop Capital, Walker, Charleston Three Hundred! Dollars ; or l>o imprisoned,
becomes lira happy spouse of MonsieurLo we understand that OLIVER O'HARA, ESQ. Dry Goods, &c. F. A. Browne. any term not r-xcceding one year."
Nor. 17. Sloop Florida, E. Packer Havana
Compto Coquin, without delay. But of this place, hat been appointed Agent for fish to master. 00-0.00-
in China tho sentiment takes a di lie rent the following Insurance Companies to wit: Nov. 21. Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows, Extracto de un Ley dc Los
turn, as may be seen by the following proclamation American Insurance Company. Havana to master. Estados Unidos fe-
,glowing from Pckin: New York do do 1 Sloop Loreto, S. Burrows, Havana, Fish con
"Proclamation. Emperor of then Union do do ta.Maclor.Nor. cha. dcl 16 de Marzo,
2'!. Sloop Brilliant Packer
Ocean do dn Toi-
Universe has issued tire following notice to Neptune do do tugas.Nov.. 1802.
his subjects:Smuggling is a trifling nf- National do dll 23. Schr. Thistle/ Bethel, Indian
fair; but having a communication trithforcignrrs Atlantic do do Key. SECCION XIX.

is a thing which in.olvt'ast in- N. Y.S Marinedo do ., Persona alguna quien procura o' as-
terests. It is indispensably: necessary: to Jackson do do do. ---- isti el huir do algun SOLDADO de Leg

strain every nerve to eradicate the first risings The United States of Ame Estados Unities, o5 quien compra de al

of baseness or mischief.-Uespect PUBLIC MEETING. rica. gun Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Uni-
A largo and respectable meeting of the SOUTHERN JUDICIAL firm o1 qualesquera party de ella; y algun
Citizens of Monroe County, was 'held pursuant OF Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna
SOUGHING OF THE WIND. FLORIDA,ss. Fragata o' Barco '
to public notice on Wednesday evening quo sea, o quien sc
The people' inhabiting the neighborhoodof 'last; when .'. A. Browne, G tl. was m To the Marshal of the Superior Court of embarca en ella como Marincro, c' de

the range of hills which extends from called to the chair and John W. Snnonton, i said District, Greeting: ualesqucn modo Mesa Consijo aljun

Macclesrkld' ,eastwards, are at certain seasons Esqr. appointed Secretary. The object of j I ; imiEREAS DAVID Corn PIMC- Soldado, o' quien deja de cntrcgar t!
of tho year,but particularly March, the meeting was briefly stated by l>.. B. f HAM, Esq. |has exhibited his libel dicho Soldadu a la orden del Oficial
struck with sounds of a melancholy and B. Sirubel, when the following resolutionswere for and on !behalf of Mason R. Packer Mandando, sera obligado a pagar tuna:

expressive kind, which proceed from those unanimously: adopted: and. others, stating, alleging and mnlta S"gun ladescrccion de la Corte WA'
hill. The mountain music seems to 1* Rcsolrcd, That this meeting impressedwith 'fl 1M. on the I5lil day] of November propoundV.f tenga conocimientn del misrao co q"ilesqucra -
created m this manner. The elevated a senSfof the important benefits done 1,831'Iliistengaged their soma no siendo anla de Tre .
rango is intersected by a number of narrow to this community,*by the ablo and impar- (that of Wreckers on:n the Florida usual avocation Reef cientos pesos o' puesto en la priciorv

ravine, which, in their natural construction tial conduct the Hon. James U ebb, and they discovered a Brig uhore on that ,) por un termino no siendo ariba de im
resemble! so many pipes of an awiously desiring still further to secure of said.Reef called the Elbow That part ann"
organ. The breeze, in its progress over his services, do appoint a Committee of on getting near said Brig, they up
tho summits of the hill, passes the mouthsof Five, to draft a Memorial to the President her to be the DORIS, of Portland ascertained BLANKS

those ravines, which fl'Spolulllke tho of the United States: recommending hint! Joseph L, Church, bound from Captain Matin-

pipes of the instrument just mentioned. for reappointment Judge of the 8 rcri- zas to Portland ,,,ith Cargo consisting of
cads executed a: thit OC'fliatities \ "


!_- -_. ass.! when tho jht-Iousc on Sand Key hears bring within the port or harl>our of Key such vessel or vessel, without first out a it)

NEW MVERTJSr.11isTS.ARTRILL either! E. N. ll. or W. S. W. West, any foreign passenger who may have ing FRill permission: shall l he liable to perform

Sec. 7. All: vessels liable to pay pilot clandestinely departed t from any foreign the same quarantine that may Ix irr-

& M'DONALD, age, hound from this Port, shall pay the place and who shall not possess a passport posed upon said said vessels and cargoes.

SHIP CARPENTERS, same as vessels culrring: but if said vessel or other evidence of his having been permitted Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, Tliat

RESPECTFULLY inform their friends shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they to depart from thcnce--and permitting thin Ordinance shall remain in full forcu

in general, that shall bo subject to but half pilotage.Sec. him to land without permission first until expressly repealed by the Council. t
they will undertake to rcpairupon the shor- 0. All vessels except wrecking obtained from the Town Council, shall: -

test notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats. sell, smacks: and vessels under charge of forfeit nnd.Jm)', for each passenger so land- ORDINANCE No. 11.

P.Application J. Fontaine.maybe made at the Store of wreckers, entering or leaving this Port ed, the sum of fifty dollars. Constituting a Committee of Finance.Be .

: Key West. Nov. C3, 1C31. through the North West passage,and drawing Sec. .5. Be it further ordained, That it ordained by the President and
& -=---___ / four feet water, or over, shall pay two nny foreign passenger:: landing within tho Members the Town Council Key
It HENRY K. WCOJIIJ: dollars foot Pilot his of of
to tendering West without
Town of permission
per any Key West, That from and aver{ tho passing 01"this
attend to any AGENCY or if said vessel docs receive
WILL services; but not first obtained t from the Town Coun-
Ordinance two Members of tlio Board
: \ Business that ,
I maybe said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; cil, or without having tho necessary
intrusted to him. Office and StoreRooms to be designated by the President from timo
if a Pilot docs not lender his service out passport or other evidence of his being allowed of
FIELDING Committee
in the Warehouse of to time, shall constitute a
.l\. BROWNE Esq. side tho bar of the said North-West passage freely to depart from the port whence finance.Sec. .

Kay-West, Nov. 1C, 1831. 11 tf then he shall not claim pilotage or he came, (if any is usually granted at such 2. Be it further ordained, That:

-- half. pilotage. place,)shall bo liable to enter into bonds In it shall be the duty of the said Committee
EDWARD CHANDLER, Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall the sum of g 1,000 with good security, to to examine and audit all bills or accounts
ATTORNEY OF THE VNITEI) 8TATKS SOUTHERN tender their services to any vessel, the first l ho approved of by the President of the presented> against the Council ; to examinethe
ntSTIUCT OK FLORIDA. alongside shall be accepted,and if refused Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to de- Marshal
accounts of Treasurer and : ,
Court House Key Vast, April 20, 1G31. the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received part from the Island within such time ns and make reports quarterly as to the tatu

A. C. TIFT & CO.ITAVE half pilotage.Sec. may be deemed reasonable, or on failure of the Finances

received from New York, per 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo be committed<<) to jail. D. C. PINKHAM r ,
Stonington; an extensive or more vessels, it shall he his duty to Sec. 6. Be it further ordained That Prcrt T. C.
assortment of Dry Goods Fancy Articles, visit that which is nemrst,unless a signal of the several fines and penalties herein en- II. S. SVATEltllt)1TSE]
Groceries, Liquors, kc. &c. consisting iu distress be exhibited on tIne more temc.to. acted, may be recovered before the President Clerk.p. .
b part of the following articles and any Pilot failing tn comply with this of the Town Council or any Justiceof

LIQUORS.GROCER1FS.. provision shall forfeit his Branch. the Peace. c:. UIINI: I':,
Holland Gin, New Orleans Sugar. Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged: ; before the to transact General 1 Agency
do Continues
Jamaica Rum do St Loaf Cioix k Lump do Town Council of incapr.eiu or negligence, I ORDENANZA. 0.Arrcglando mi ion Business.
N. England shall conviction l tlf"> ifcprivcd of his Goods) taken &<'.
Country Gin Young HJSOD Tea upon la, introduecion, dc Pasagc- on Storage
Coffee, Tobacco Branch. 0:::** He will always he happy to receive
Cherry E, en el Pueblo de Cayo
Madeira Wine Raisins, Chocolate Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed ran, ;trangcros, and execute all orders in his line of Busi

Tencrifle do Soap, SearsMalaga by this Ordinance shnll l tee recovered I before llueso.
do Sperm, Tallow and the President of the Town Council,allowing I'or cuanto, varies criminalcs,
  • Iin- ness.Key West, 20th March, 1831.
    Port do. Babcrry Candles to the parties, in all instances, an cuentes contra las leycsdvl pals de donde
    Claret do Powder and Shot appeal to the Council. vinicron, ban sido introducidos en este THE SUBSCRIBERS:

    Peppermint Cordial do Pilot kern, Flour Bread,,Fulton Crac- Sec. 13. When u Pilot hall go on board Puerto, proccdentes de otroi cstrangcros, HAVING taken tho Store recently oc.
    Jlaapberry Market Beef. of a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and y como la: continuncion do fcmpjantcs en- by Porter & Staoaril, in tie
    shall also furnish tho Master or Commander : tradns pucdcn ser atcndidas como do inju- North East end of F. A. Urownc'a WareHouse
    DRY GOODS. of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- riosas consecuencias para la comunidad, offer fur sale on accommodatingterms !:
    Superfine Black Cloth, do Olive do, Linen medidas tomadas A general assortment of '
    scan -
    nance. a mcnoa quo Para
    Shirts, Cotton do, Sewing Silk, Irish DRY (GOODS,
    Ribbons Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- remediarlas: :
    Linen Assorted Muslins, Prints, Belt C1tOC tiES and
    ,Calicoes,Lace,Shawls, Gauze Ruffs, tage are allowed : Portanto sc ordena por cl Presidcntc y SHIP CHANDLERY.OrOUGK .
    Cravats, Gloves. On a vessel drawing 6 fret, $7 00 Micmbros tlcl Cabildo, Quo desdo el pn- E. WEAVER & CO.
    &c.ALSO G '.' 900 mcro del mOM dc Noviembre proximo, en Key<< Wcn April 20. 18.11
    7 1000 adelanto el Capitan docualquicr n Boquocntrando
    An Extensive ofREADYMADE Assortment u 3 H 1200 dc algun Puerto o lugnr cstrangc- DR. B. B. STROB55L tS'rn.T.

    CLOTHING, 9 1 s 13 LO i ro a cl dc Cayo Hucso, ha do manifestaral | continues to Practice his Pro
    & 10" 15 00 Escribicntc del Cabildo el numcvodcpasagcros in all its Various Branches.

    I 11" 1660 no ciudadanos de Jos Estados U- Ho also keeps on hand, a constant and
    CUTLERY, &c. &<-. J2" 1800 nidos,ni vccinos del Pueblo de Cayo Hucso fresh supply of Genuine

    & ,. 13 .c. 1950 ; y ha de pagar al Tcsorcro por cada pasagcrd Drugs and Medicines.All .
    Un Peso.
    ALSO Ie 14 c. 2300 will
    orders moot a punctual attention.
    See. 2 El Capitan dc cualquier a Buqucfaltajido
    C1 "
    A 15 2700 Key Vet,Qflt March, 1831.
    a manifcslar dentrode horns dc _
    Tariety of other Articles, too numerous to JG" 3200 do la entrada de dicho Buquc, ha doser "
    be inserted. 17 4C 3600 pucs N01( F..
    Key: West, Nov. 2, 1C31. 9 tf 10 4000 multado y pagara adcmas do la suma citizen who may apprehend a DK-
    dicha cada Cinco
    ante ANY
    19" 4500 por pasngcro pesos. '.Il1'EH. from the U. Htatcs' Troops,
    -' S. J. MITCHELL 20.e. 5000 Ser. 3. Ningun pasagero estrangcro de nnd deliver him over to an Officer of tho

    YNFORMS the public that he has loca- 21" 5500 algun Buque ha de ser permitido de:em- Army, will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN
    .4'- barcar en Puerto do Cnyo Hucso,ainenos DOLLARS fur each Jclerterthul cccurcJ.
    Jj ted himself in this Town for tho pur- 22" 1
    taiga publicnmcnto Hbrcmcntcaalido J. M. OLASHELL
    trade SAIL-MA 23'< 6500 quo no y ,
    pose of carrying on his del lugar do su proccdcncia, ) ticno Major Commanding.
    r KER & RIGGER,in all its various branches. 24" en su poder pasnporte o otro tcstimonio tnl Key West April 27, 1031 3iOFFICK
    Ho occupies a Loft in the Shop of Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained -
    conccden el Puerto .
    has arrived cual como los que tIC en OF 'I'Tllj
    Mr. Atkins. on board tiny vessel after she -
    Key-West,Nov. 0 I, 1 C3 1. 10 if in the harbour. at the request of the de su proccduncia purtniticndolo su salida. BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE' ,
    Master or Commander of raid vessel, said &1:. 4. El Capitan do algun Buquc quo And Agent for JJoydt, London, and the

    ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall entitled to demand and receive traiga dentro del Puerto do Cayo lluceo al- Association of Underwriters<< Literpool,

    Three Dollars for every such day. gun pasagero que hayga salido chandeatina- I NO. 3, FnoNTSTHKET.Oflice .

    the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n I mcnto de algun lugar y quo no posca pasa- / hours from 9 A. 3r. to 3 o'clock! r. sr.
    Branch, shred, at the time he obtains the I porto o otro testimonio de habcrtiido permi tf Key West,20th April, 1031.
    ed Oct. 15 1831.ORDINANCENo. tldo su salida y permiticndolc desanbarcar
    same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer I -
    TEN DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk I sin pcnniso primcro obtcnido del Cabildo, THE CITY GAZETTE,

    / 8. for issuing the same. I hadencr multado y pagara por cada pasa- ANn COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVEnTISElt.

    To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of I gero DS'I' desembarcardo Ciricucnta Pesos. A Journal of Commerce, Science, Literature -
    Ordinances militating against this Ordi- Sec. 5. Quo cualquier. pasagero estran and tho Arts.
    it ordained the Council of the del do
    Be by I gem dcscmbarcando dcntro Puerto ToY SIMMS & nrnvEA.THE .
    nance are hereby repealed.ORDINANCE .
    Town of Key West, That when any person Cayo Hucso,sin pcrmiso pritncro oblcnido CITY GAZETTE it ono of tho

    shall be desirous of having the situation No. t>. del CabiWo o sin tenor el pasaporto noces- oldest existing Journal* in the U. States.
    of Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall present sario o otro testimonio do haLer silo pcrmi- Under many proprietorslu cuur with_ few
    to the Conned a written petition; whereupon -, Regulating the introduction sf Foreigners tido calir libremente del .Puerto do en pro exception! hove always been American

    shall: be the duty of the Council to appoint into the Town of Key IVrrf. cedencta (si es costumbrcen! tat lugar)ha de and popular. Of lato years, from neglectmore
    other ,its Influence and
    than cause
    a committee of three competent per- WIIEHEAS several criminals, offenders a- scr aujeto a cntrar en obligacion en la suma patronage any had visibly declined. Within the

    sons to make enquiry into the qualification' gainst the laws of the country whence I deal 1000 con buena fianza que csto npproba last year however, the present proprietors
    and: fitness of the persons applying, and yes they came, have' lately arrived at Key do por cl Prcsidentc del Cabildo o un jucz having entered upon a course of policy,
    thereon at the next succeeding meeting I do de la Ybla dcatro del with the politics of the
    port West from Foreign I'orts, and as a con- |paz para que saiga more consistent
    of tho hoard, when the prayer of the tinuance of such arrivals will be attended tie ipr como sera considerado ra/.onablo o South, and having made numerous additionsto
    shall be acted on all Pilots I tho mechanical Improvements of their
    petitioner : appointed to en faltando sera conducido a la carccl.
    shall to receiving theirBranch by many injurious consequences establishment by fitting it out in a now and
    ,bond previous with and sufficient the community, unless means be takento Sec. C. Quo las multas nqui ordanatlas", handsome type, and on a larger sheet and
    give good
    for the faithful performance of their prevent them: I puedcn ser cobradas por cl Presidcnfo del better description of paper than heretofore
    security Be it therefore ordained, by the President Cabildo o por un jucz de paz lay claim to, and have been favored with a
    duty. and Members of the Toirn Coun- largo and proportional increase of patronage -
    Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, cil Key West That from and after ORDINANCE 10. including subscriptions. aid general -
    Boat sufficiently largeto of advertising. Within the last their
    shall have and
    use a year
    of November the Master For the introduction Cholera
    the first day ntxt, preventing of has been swollen
    enable them to proceed over the Rcefand list patrons by an ac
    render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel re- of any vessel arriving from a foreign portor into the Town of Key West. cession moro than 't'hreoIlundred Citizens
    the place, at the port of Key West, shall WHEREAS a certain disease, known by the to which new names are with little
    quiring fame.
    make a report to the Clerk of the Town exception almost dally added. The proprif -
    all vessels 5 of INDIAN CHOLERA at -
    That drawing over name ,
    Sec. 3. present
    order the better merit that
    Council, of tile number of passengers onboard tors.in encouragement -
    feet of water entering this Port, except fishI I not citizens of the United States prevailing in the Northern parts of of which, it is equally their
    .. ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels I nor residents, of the Town of Key West, Europe,of the most fatal character; andas pride,and pleasure,to acknowledge so much
    under charge of wreckers, shall pay the dollar; such disease may be introduced into hat been received, from their friends and
    and shall to tho Treasurer one
    rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. pay our own ports by vessels trading with fellow citizens-hate established in connection
    4. I f a Pilot does not board or offer for every passenger aforesaid. that quarter of the Globe: with their office of business, a spacious

    his service to a vessel liable to take a Pilot Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That Be it therefore ordained, by the President Heading Room, in which, the chief Public
    until said teasel l arrives within 4" miles of i the :Mauler of any vessel failing or neglecting and Members of the Totcn Council Journals find their way and are careAilly
    filed from all the States in our Union.-
    make such within 94 houra ,
    the Light-House: on Key West,said Pilot, to report of Key West, That all vessels arming This room is free with all its facilities,with
    after the arrival of said vessel shall forfeit
    Holmarding or offering his services,shall be from ports!' or places, where the said disease out charge to all patrons of the Gazette.A .
    entitled to only half pilotage; and if said and pay the sum of five dollars, in addition exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of tho regular weekly 1 in letterform

    Pilot does not board said vessel 'till tho to tho sum aforesaid required for each port, without their going on board, to the aDd upon a tine paper suitableor

    .Light-House on Key West i is distant not 1'J.3.-'<-' gcr. Quarantine Ground, northward and west- correspondence, carefully collet.ted,
    more than two miles, and then boars E. N. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, Thatno ward of Fleming's Key;-thereto remain with the most correct estimate of the true
    condition of the markets, and tile
    E, no pilotage shall claimed. foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel undcf the direction of the President of tho terms ail put that upon
    \cc, 5. All vessels drawing fire feet shall be permitted to land within the Council and Health Officer of the port. most advantageous this class is also issued to from the COrnounder ofBc

    water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance port or harbour of Key West, unless be Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That of the proprietors. TheIr Reading Room

    : ,refusing to receive a pilot outside of shall have freely and openly departed from while it shall he tliought necessary by the where the earliest information mar be had,
    the Reef, wl.ca a Pilot shall tender his services I the place whence lie came, and have in leis said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels is free alike to patrons,strangers 10 the city -

    stall be liable to pay full pilotage; possession a passport, or such other papersas should perform quarantine, no inter and masters of vessels trading to this
    but inside of tho Reef & not within two aro usually granted at the port whencehe course whatever shall bo held with tho port. To these improvements tbey-enake

    mileaof the Light-House on Key West,the came, permitting him to depart there Town or Island of Key West, but by permission daily man of additions leisure and affording buttaess facilities, alike bithertaunknoarn. tdMho

    paid light bearing E, N. E. the Mid vessel from. and under the direction of the 81MMM DUKVKA, .

    .I hall pay ",pilotage, $ic. 4. Be it further ordained, That President and Health Officer; and all J per.tens I No 3 Broad street, CtMHfkstoa.ft .
    .. 6. Tho Reef shall be consid"r-l the !:ttcr..1"In1 chip or vessel, who shall 'lTto shall bold an/ intercottfte' "Wttb I ( *Snbteriftkttts receftdl at tbis offe

    l ...


    act aparVanJ Ucd to the '
    l'nOSI'Ef1'1'US. less form id able than: the certainty of being .fn'UI.l.:\ R country established St'\c :
    tribc of Indians, beyond th
    al : '<-
    or THE trampled by those with whom we have con- OF CUSTOMS.T3z.tsv'nv .
    TO COLLECTORS limits of the States, under treaties made!
    STATE IUGHTS ANI) FRRV TIIAIHJ federated at home. hence is is vitally im-
    DEPARTMENT with the said Indian Tribes by the Unite!
    should be sustained
    EVEHIW* POST. which portant alone that the power astrictconstruclion April 5th, 1031. States: the Commanding officers of the: socral

    T establishment, in Charleston an of the Charter.can compel That resides with SIR, \ posts on the frontiers are enjoined to

    additional Newspaper, devoted to the each State power It is the State Representations have been made to this see that the provisions of the act above alluded
    oC their hat been tleera- Sovereignty. to be enforced in relation to the ,
    support Right'of sovereign interposition to arrest Department by some of our Consuls, and 10tnoval
    expedient the STATE RIGHTS and of the said unlawful settlers
    by the usurpation of Federal agents. The ex other persons, that the crews of UnitedStares taking
    1'ntlTItADE PARTY.' In pursuance istence of this right as the conservative merchant vessels have been discharged / for their guide in the execution of tl.c sail
    of this determination, Ttftf EVENING their commanders, duty, the act above rcfcrrcd'tlf.
    principle of our Constitution is no new doc- 13>> foreign ports by
    POST will be commenced Cis a Daily Evening order of ALEXANDER :\IA'O. ln-
    without with the provisions of By
    trino ; it .is co-eval with our Federal polity, complying
    Journal',so soon as the requisite office of February !Maj. Gen. Commanding Army,.
    and was asserted by its. founders and con- the act of Congress of the 28th
    arrangements can be completed.Tho temporary expositors. This principle is 1POO. Your attention isr therefore, It. JONhS,
    political tenets to which the Evenlnjc the characteristic feature proodlr distinguishing specially called to this subject, with a request G-tf. Ayjf.} Gen
    Post will devoted familiarto
    this have been, are so the ours from other Republics not Fe that increased vigilance may he eX- SAINT! "'INCEN'1.By ".
    so long
    subject of discussion by the deral in their elements. In the latter, a erted to prevent future infractions of the ]his. Excellency the Right HonourableSir
    Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of pub- law; and it is expected that you will require :
    press-and have been so often: and triumphantly George Fitzgerald !]ill, Baronet,
    lic with evidence that therehas
    opinion, is construed by and varies satisfactory
    vindicated the first mind in
    by our the changing will of a majority ; while in been a strict compliance with the requisitions Captain General, & Govoinor-in-Chief
    State and in the Fcderatcotinciti thai it
    in and the Island of St. Vincent.JJcquia
    is deemed to more our.: Republic a guardian power preserves it of the foregoing: act in each case, before over .

    than the following unnecessary exposition promulgate# vhich is offered as a permanent rule of action. the bond of the master, required by : and such of limo Islands commonly

    in lieu of a more detailed political Creed The formal recognition of Inch a righton the first section thereof, be allowed to be called the Granadines, and those

    Free Trade will be Advocated as the dictate the face of the Charter would have been cancelled.I at the Northward of Carriacou in Atnr
    superfluous, in as much'as it reslJlted'cce5+ am, respectfully,
    rica Chancellor
    of an enlightened policy-as a privilege Ordinary, and W- >
    formation of between Your obedient
    of the people, which impartial justice sarily from the a compact servant Admiral of the same &cv&.<.. &c.
    s. P. I N C I TAM
    requires from the rulers of country- independent, sovereigns, having no ,
    every common umpire. As a feature of our political Secretary of the Treasury.To PROCLAMATION.
    and as a right, which,in ours, is guaranteedby
    the Constitution. The framers of that system! it is of course a political, not a the Collector of the Customs._ ,(}KrWllEUEAS, from the consequences

    venerated Instrument withheld from the revolutionary right. Formed for the protec- Circular to Collectors of the Customs. of the dreadful hurricane with which
    tion from the of
    Federal agents the power to protect manu- of a minority usurpations TREASURY DF.PANTMENT, ) this Island] and its dependencies visited -
    Federal authorities and
    factures by restrictive duties ; it has been the themselves May 14, lU3t.: f "
    usurped by a perversion of the revenue from the usurpation of a majority exercised SIR : It has been ascertained that the depredated on Thursday morning the 1 llh insta-it,

    power, and its exercise, involving sectional through thcsubscrvicncy of those authorities currencies of foreign countries it is essentially necessary for their relief to

    oppression for sectional aggrandisement, the Constitution itself needed a protection. have becn"ariollsly estimated at the different encourage the importation of the only] ar-

    has, necessarily, produced a sectional exasperation Reliance for that protection surely wa not Custom Houses of the United States ticle of food which bears a duty, namely,

    which endangers the permanency placed in cither of the parties against whomit i owing, partly, to defective information as Hour] ; and of such materials as arc required

    .. i>f the Union. JU is impossible that the injured was provided as a shield. The Supreme to the true specie value of such currencies, tp repair the extensive
    tolerate Court being one of the Federal agents, was and partly to an of
    parties can legislation so man- erroneous practice com which have been sustained in houses
    ifestly unjust and unequal in its operation not, therefore, entrustedVitil its political puting their value according to tho rates of buildings
    guardianship. Nor could tile engine of the and sugar works, over the greatest
    Without first proving, which is impossible .exchange with England, and reducing the I
    that the benf fi ts of the protection are equal- majority Ie ballot box-have been considered sterling value depreciated currency part of this colony,: I do therefore, by

    apportioned: to all the Stales-it Is'a gross! as the safeguard. The sectional into money of the United States without and with the advice and consent uf His

    absurdity>: to contend that the burdens of minority can exert no influence on the representation regard: to the difference between the legal Najesty'sPrivy-Ceunscl, 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. the Port of Kingstown to be opened

    it be a talus on consumption exclusively, as responsibility representatives butsccures States' currency. To avoid such discrepancies accordingly for the admission of Flour
    its defenders vainly argue, its operation is their Gdclity to their uspccti'vc'cnstittt and errors in future, the President and of ,
    Yellow and
    ents, and the representatives of a minority Pitch Pine,
    yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no directs that whenever i invoices are made
    tree people to submit to its unauthorised can effect nothing against the antagonist lout in a currency the value of which is not Boards, Plank, Scantling and .Shingles, ;

    exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, interest which the representatives of a majority fixed by the laws of the U. States,you will free of all Duties payable thereon, until

    tvhcn'it it evident that we are not only arbitrarily mny he compelled/ by their constitu- require from the importer a certificate from ho 31st day of December now next ensuing -

    taxed as consumers, but that the ents to enforce in utter disregard of the! the United States Consul, if there be one, of which all Officers of his Majesty's

    inevitable result of tho protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation of the true valueof Customs, and all others whom] it doth,
    the ultimate ruin of the Southern -that the Constitution is at thedis- such in
    producer currency Spanish States shall or '
    may concern arc hereby
    iu the..prostration of oar agricultural inte crction of a majority, and must he quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem take due notice and
    surrendered to their wisdom and justice. to govern themselves -
    duties to such
    rest. according ; or, in the
    There is no solidity in the objection to Resides except in Parliamentary trans absence of such evidence that you will ascertain accoidmgly.
    our" resistance, that others are blindly submitting actions 0(' the two houses of Congress-our said value from the prices current, Given under my Hand and Seal at Arm,

    to the c"ilvMc"! are overwhelming frame of government ho where recognizesthe and such other authentic SOlJnes'of information at the Government House in Kingstown

    them in 'common with ourselves.- consolidating MIle that the will of a majority as may be within your reach, & charge this eighteenth day'of August, lone

    This delinquency i ii not onr justification. If shall govern. The I'residcntlnay be the ad valorem duties accordingly.: You thousand eight bundled and thh-
    vrc are awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions Iv-one.
    situation it behoves jority of :Senators; representing States, the '
    of our us to leavethe herein contained to the consular
    -:!_ _1r. O___0_!_ .._.:t __ .1__" ,_____ ____" aggregate: ul"whose population are a minority as certifi- By his I';(( dlcncy'. command1,
    nOCIII1TLUnlnCU WI: IIlIiUllla"c TcpClleu cate ; and that uniformity may be hereafter ,
    invasion of our liberties. The Evening of the whole people, may reject a measure secured at all the Custom Houses, you will THOMAS MELVILLE.

    Post will therefore, exhort to resistance of unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Departmentonce month, Government Sc-c'/i::

    the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity uf the people in the other Houseandvice a statement of the rates at which the cur- Daly proclaimed in Kingstown this ciluteenth i
    of that American System," which has! been versa, a bare majority in the other rencies aforesaid arc thus estimated, at each day of ,

    built up on the ruins of the Free. System House! may reject a measure passed by the port from whence goods arc imported and eight hundred and August, one thousand
    fathers and which if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in such thirty-oneonelin tho
    bequeathed us by our currencies. In all cases of
    established as the settled policy of the country tho States in the Senate-Tho President a doubt as to tile tahioof such currency, second year of his M\ tjesty's Reign.C. .

    must, in the end, cither sever the bondof single individual, may put his veto on the will apply to the Treasury Department you for 1) STEWART.

    Union, or melt down arid consolidate the deliberate act of both Houses ; and the Judges information. I am, respectfully your obe Act. Pro. Marshal General

    Htatc Sovcicignties into one limitless, irresponsible of the Supreme Court holding office dient servant, S. D. INGHAM, '"

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    er to protect the Constitution could not NAVY
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    our!government.A Item iew who will
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    are organised against each other in irreconcilable and Free Trade Party;" and as the support be, and Jong has been one great object of to the satisfaction' also
    conflict-before, blinded by their of measures, to be efficient, must include its gallant exertions, no compensation of whom the Review Hugh S. Legare,-ISq (to

    unrighteous gains, the consolidation States the support of men. its humble aid will be any kind should either be asked or received. Lag hitherto owed M>

    shall regard as undoubted right their undue zealously contributed to extend the personal The other subject, and our wishes upon the editor} consented to be associated with

    u.dvlntages-before: they shall resolve to influence and promote the political advancement it arc, that till Congress deem it proper to department, Stephen of Elliott, lSq.ln tbe lite-

    maintain at all hazards tI.o tyrannous principle of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws concerning puu khi- nry The this journal.
    themselves to the good cans, which is identified ments in the who are still in arrears
    that and
    public opinion, or the u ill of a Navy whenever those laws will be
    majority, isa powcrabovc the Constitution; with the value of the Union and the allow a discretion in the choice of punish pleased to make payment to J. B.
    liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its ments the first Irving Esq. and the new biibicriher will
    and before the victim sovereignties in minority resort in the case of offences their
    goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation these will be embarrassed by seamen is recommended to be always he pay is alone subscriptions authorized likewise to him, as

    very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall by a personal pledge to no candidate had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace to receive them.A. .

    rise in desperation and abolish a frame of I for the Presidency, or any other and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad MILLER,

    :government too much shattered tobo recog otiicc. than to the humiliating practice of whipping street Charleston.NOTICE. .

    nised as that for which they originally stipulated In maintaining its ground amid the con and that never ou the same day, by "
    and which inveterate sectional ha- flicts of party, it will be the aim of the Eve- punishing under an officer's own authority, .

    tred shall then render it impossible everagain ning Post to preserve! the dignity of the two offences at once should the stripes limited THE undersigned Laving re-established

    tore-compose and re-edify. The South Press by courtesy and moderation,under by law, he exceeded in number; or at Key West as a COMMISSION -

    once ruined to a full cense of her wrongs, the belief that! the legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise than in the presenceand MERCHANT AND GENERAL

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    tutiou, even if strictly observed the slave temperance. With the opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by officers A. imOWNE.

    holding States are placed at decided disadvantage. acts of opponents, it will txerchelbe right I which it is hoped their well known AprilSO, 1CJ1He

    Once leagued for tho resumption of dealing freely-but it is hoped that tiu high sense of duty and honor'svill prevent offers for sale at his Ware house

    of righti, they will submit no longer to a part of its career will ever justify the suspicion from becoming frequent, a system more remedial 30,000 fet White Pine Boards '

    system of indirect taxation, calculated to of its even partial adoption of the infamous should be adopted, by sentencing to 10,000 first quality Bricks

    blind tho people to the extent and inequality maxim that all is fair in politicsThedomcsticconcernsofournative -" a reduction of rank and pay, or to a suspension 15 bbls Baltimore primo Beef

    of their burdens-and they will demandfur State from promotion rather than to 36 do Navy Bread

    theirlaboringclass a representation fully i will be carefully watched, and the policy sion from active service, as persons suspeu-, unfortunately 10 bags prime Coffee. <

    equal to that of the laboring classes of the advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour need

    other States. The required concessions for her prosperity, safe, and economical most the constant discipline of active ser KEYVEST

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    do red-and forever. The advocacy of State of the practical details of Commerceand LEV1 WOODDUny. A SECAU MAXTFACTOBV at 1iey IW.:8t.

    Rights U, therefore, the only faithful advocacy Trade two branches of industry which He imports for this the Lull
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    ; for the Co.ustit.tion which secures it the readiest attention to all t.Leirw&Dts, and IT Laving been reported to the Var Department meet the earliest attention.

    from domestic usurpation ; and for the Uni- the warmest gratitude for all their favors. that contrary to the provis March, 1831.Loggerhead.

    on which strengthen it oga'uut foreign ag- Trays: ions of the act, entitled An act to regulate
    gression. Without a rigid observance of trade and intercourse with the Indian
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