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: January 4, 1832
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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iJ r' hounds are in their couples,yelling. ,4'FoHhcc,Gentleman George, for thee, woutd'nq!\ tAnd. thy,signriiost is cone and
are whistling horns are knelling, 'what: conclusive valediction remains t11
.. ?- mouldered/already} .and to 6 Jolly Ang
.\',. ....' ..i ,-= ITEI.I.iII. J3 ,.'..>.>.,." "Waken Merrily,merrily lords sad,,mintla ladies; 'they!-'* -, Alas! since wo began the strange and ,mu- ley' has succeeded the 'JolI, Tar!' >And
D. ItOI3Elt.C N tSTONE, gay ,ming scene wherein' first thou wert introduced thy picture is disappearing fast'fcom: th6
AntpuQ.Yhshd"onety.l @ nesdiy; ,by. The Waken lords and ladies gay, the grim foo hath,knocked thrice at thy print-shops, and thy nluntt from the mouths
mist has the
, "" .j., TII9MASfN'-.JEFFI\. &ringlets in the left dawn mountain are gray; gated; and now, as wo write, thou art departed -- of men! And thy brother, whom no'one
TER Diamonds the brake J hence thou art no more! A new praised while thou,livedst,is on'a steeple of
T'advance ;$5.<; per-s annum-payable in I'" And foresters on have busy are'been gleaming, lord presides in thine easy chair,a new voice I panegyric;, built above tho cIu! )-yard that,

Advertisements; ,.; a 'IHi' :;, To track the buck in thicket green; rings from thy merry,board-thou art for- contains thy grave. Oh! shiAing and volatile -
'per;square 'for the inserte4 first insertion at one, and dollar'fifty"1 ;., 'l'1 row we come to chant our lay- gotten! thou art already liko these pages,a hearts of men! Who would bo>keeper
cents for every succeeding time,,till. ordered "Waken, lords and ladies,gay!ltJ tale) that is told to a memory that rctainelh of,0 Publio? Who dispense the wine andthe

to be stopped. 'cPOETRY' <"" t Waken, lords and ladies gay not!-Where. are thy quips and pranks? juices that gladden, when tho moment
I To the green wood haste away; where thy stately coxc_mb ics and thy jc- the pulse of tho hand ceases, the wino and
., .. .'='.== We can show yon where he lies, gal gauds? .the juices'are forgotten? .
,<: ,;.., Fleet of foot and tall of size; Thine house, and thy pagoda; thy Goth To History-For thy name will be preserved

ron TILE' KEY WEST 4ZETT$. We can shew the marks be made, ic chimney,and thy Chinese signpost; these in that record, which, whether it be.

,'< Thor sayst that'other ele'o;are bright, You When shall'gainst him the oak' his'antlers frayed; yet ask the concluding hand; thy hand is tho Calendar of Ncwgato or of Nations,
,Ah! where are eyes likothinet,, "Waken,see lords and ladies to g'lJl"bay- cold; their completion, and the enjoymentthe tclteth us alike how men suffer,and sin,and
So filled with pure.and,tender light, completion yields, are for another! perish-to History wo leave tho sum and
> Like,radiant star they shine M I Louder,louder chant the lay, 'Thou sowcut, and thy follower reaps; thou balance of thy.merits and thy faults. Tho

Thou sayst that other cheeks are lair, I Tell"Waken them, lords youth and, and ladies mirth gay-and! buildest,thy successor holds), ; thou plan test, sins that were thine, were those of the man
But fairer cannot'beThe'rOse Run a course as well as we;, glee, ,. and thine heir sits beneath tho shadow'of 'to whom pleasure is all in all; thou wrrff

bud in the morning air. 'Time,'sUSra huntsman, who can baulk.. thy trees; from root to branch, sap and in heart, what
Or lily on the lea Stanch as bound and fleet'as hawk "Ncque harum, quas excolis, arborum moralists term the libertine; hence, tho

Thy,voice-oh! sweet it seems to me,' Think of this, and rise with day, Ulla Te, prater invisas eupressos light wooing, the quick desertion, the bro-
And charms my raptured breast, "Gentle lords and ladies gay!," brcvcm dominum sequetur. ,ken faith, organized perfidy, that manifested
Like music Gn.the moonlit sea, At this moment, thy life-for thou wcrt thy bearing to.those gentler creatures

Where, .waves are hushed to-. rest! ; :MISCELLANEOUS. a Great Man to thino order, and they have, who called thee-Gentleman George. No.
The wealth of worlds, added thy biography to that Abershaw yen to
.were rain to give, one solitary woman until the, last
1\Iylove they could not buy: COBBETT3, PLAGUES.In and hel'hcrd-ihy life is before us! Whata dull flame of thy dotage,dldat thou..so be.
Oh .I will bless thee while,1 live, ,his Register of Sept. 20lb, Cobbett I homily in its events! 'Gaily didst thou have as to"give no foundation complaint, .
And love thee till I die, addresses Jo the Duke Wellington! a let laugh in thy youth, and run"' through, tho and no voice to wrong. But who :shall

ter, from which tho following is extracted: courses of :thy manhood(] Wit sat at*thy say 'bo honcsi'to; one, but laugh at perfidy
From.:,the New one tbly Magazine. "To what Prime Minister, of, my day table,and GenIUs was thy,comrade; Beauty to another? Who shall, \VnolJy'c fine

CHIVALRY AT :A DISCOUNT. hajre} I not had to address my remonstran'. was thy handmaid, and.irivolity played)t treachery to one sox, if,to tliat"sex he hold;
-UThe worship of the EarthIs ces? What pains have I ,not taken with around thee a buffoon that thou didst ri-r' treachery no offence? So in theo,as in all\
vowed to other gods of vulgar birth. them all dicule,and ridiculing enjoy! Who among tribe !
(including yourself) TEN! How. thy there was a laxness of principle,
BARRY CORP/WALL. letters have addressed us can look back to thy brilliant area, and of faith
many to each? ? an insincerity oven unto men-
Fair Cousin mine the golden days. Not less, in whole, than"three or four hun not:sigh to "think'fllat. the ,wonderful men "thy friends,. when, occasion'suited, 'thou-
Of old ,
Romance are over; dye! who surrounded thee and amidst whom
And Minstrels .And yet how little impression have couldst forsake;and thyluxuricswcrodear* "
now care naught for bays, 1 trade then thou wert a centre and a nucleus,,are, for '
Nor damsels for a lover: on );-always excepting you, justice to thosewho, supplied
And hearts are cold, and lips are mute niyux>rid Duke, who havo in one tiling at him out the things of history,and the phan them.- Men who loyo and live for'

That kindled once with passion, any tale, acted, I do not presume to&'f'o brilliant pleasure as thou,are'usually good-natured|
And now we've neither lance nor lute, my advice,but according to the principles suppers; glitteringVith, beauty tho for their devotion ,to pleasure arises from ., ,
And Til ting's ont of fashion. that Niavo been so'long,endeavoring to i in- memory of which makes one spot, (yet lio- the strength ,of their constitutiqn, and the'

Yes weeping beauty mourns the time, culca All the other nine hate been perverse rited by Bachelor' Bill,) a haunted and fairy strength of their:constitution preserves'them
When love found words in flowers; aid obstinate beyond all! description; ground they nil who gathered to-that'Armida's from tho irritations of weaker nerves; ,eovcrt
When softest sighs were breath'd in rhyme they hVe seemed to have 'in.view, as their circle,. Grl1mrotnts,orid the Beauvilliere, \ thou good-natured,and often generous;
And sweetest songs in bowers; princi object, *a, desire to thwart inej; and the Rochro <:ths of Englandand the and often with thy generosity"didst thou u.
Now wedlock is a sober thingNo though om year to' year, and almost from IloaH-who docs'J t feel that to have seen 'nito'Ii delicacy that showed thou hadst ,
more of chains or forges-! these, though but,as Gil Bias the an'original .
month t month had the saw festivities ,
they fetal evidenceof and a tender sympathy 'with
A plain young man-a plain gold ring- of his men..
actors from
The 'urate--and St. George's. the stbndness of my advice, and of the ,. the sideboard and But as doss.who pursue''pleasure are abovo
truth of hy prediction; and,'during all the behind the chair, would have been a tri- all others impatient interruption so to'luch
'Then cross bow had a for the ; :
string, umph
every twenty-fi feelings of his old
or as inlerfercd'with
years, twenty-seven, I thy main' pursuit
And every heart a fetter: to recall? What ,
have had age then must it have
And making love was quite the thing, mortification to behold them been to have seen them thou didst testify ii deep, a lasting; and a ro-
it thou didst
going on their sad sec
And making verses better: courses, and setting vcrgcful) anger. etheearlier gallants
And maiden-aunts were never seen, at nought ill I my warnings, until at last the ,(thou the deceased and. the forgotten' !) seen who rivalled thee in thy loves, know that :'
And gallant beaux were plenty; concern is ought into a state that makes them from the height of thy youth and to thy last day thou didst never torgivc ..,
And lassies married at sixteen, every man, hen he meets another man, power and rank (for early wcrt thou keeper hence thy.bitter and unrelenting', hatred of
And died at one and ask with ito a public) and reckless spirits and ,
twenty. a\ecp sigh] and an affectionate ; lusty thy unfortunate; though 'not 'unoffending
Then hawking was a noble sport, look, what i io 'happen next;'just like people : sense capacities of joy?, What pleasures where 'wife-hence \hy.rash'and: 'arbitrary indignation -
And chess a pretty science; in an ear uako country, when they lavished its uncounted varieties?- when the mob;took the part ,of that
And hunUmen learned to blow a morte, hear the rurriing of the elements. Yet What veilings wbere'wine. was ,the leastexcitement forsaken landlady, & insulted thee I henco'
And heralds a defiance; all this time I Ive been' s patient as a post i ? the six unjust bills''thou' didst ,order, to bo
And and showed their "
knights might,spearmen and at the sab time, active as a bee; all "fnde alitur nudus placida'tub matre Cupido : ,made out, when thy tan-cart was hit by a

And timid hinds took warning; their perversen all-their obstinacy, all Inde 0 .It 'ne. But let, not these vices of tempera*
And warn'd their something, which I will not voluptatei, inde alimenta Dei. rrient be too hou
hypocras was at night, now severely; judged) wert in
And coursers in the morning. mention; .all the;\ things have disgustedme Let the scene shift; How stirring the such respects no ,worse, .perhaps,.than the

- Then plumes and pennons were prepared, ; or at least tly have made' me cease' change! -Triumph,, and glitter, and conquer members. of what may be termed the rob:'
And patron Sainte were lauded; to endeavor to mav them behave well. t -For thy. public was a public of re, ber's' aristocracy, Thy castes, thy quali

And noble deeds were bravely dared, "Talk of plagtL indeed! Where is .nown-thither came the Warriors of-the ties, thy principles, thy errors, were: rather'ttiosei
And noble dames applauded: there a man on eajh who has had to en. j Ring-the Heroes bftho Cross-and thou, of a man'frequenting, a", public, than
And beauty play'd the leach's part, dure such plagues d these nine ministers !their patron, wert elevated onf their fame; .ruhng'if.: Thou wert the II-d ,of ale,
And wounds were beal'd with syrup; have been to me? Vioky house, scolding princapu FO vicrona nigncint,comu(e) roprt'ncipe. \ houses J thy talents, such as. they were..
And warriors! sometimes lost a heart, wife squalling childV What : ;
footmen UI'1
that and
cannot across they were the talent of It man ol the
But lost witness
never a stirrup. '
eat shoulders of littgn, and even 'fe: Whatglories didst thou Over what 'worlcP-mislcd )lice;rather than guided, for
'Then was there no such things as fear, male domestics' who 4> too handsome to conquests didst thou preside I Tlio.J Jigh.. they gave thy mind that dcmi-philosonhy
And no"such word as reason; their mistress i tiest epoch-the ,
please ) who will do any most wonderful ,events ,that indifference exalted motives which
And faith fickleness was like a pointed spear. \ thing in the world, woV only except ed;- whichthe: world, thy world,'over knejv':=of 'i ia*:gerieralJ1.round in a clever rake, and
And treason ;
: all these plagues, put to her are not these was it not 'indeed,:'and dazzinglylliin which
And hearts were soft, though blows were equalto we'grieve to say characterized ho
lire plagues that thefyjDe Prime Min : f ., '
bard; Wliig-Rufllcrs: of thy period. Thy educe
But when the fight was over, isters have been to ineUvhen I wasp little 'To, share the! triumph and partake tide gale A :ton waS wretched; thou had">f i smattering
A brimming goblet cbeer'd the bard, boy, I !made one of Ar to worry my Let the sCene shifts Manhood is touchy of, Horace, but thou couldst nol write, Eng I
His lady's smile the lover. mother, durmg'UW1l3 thl half] tho time ed but J lish and "letters that
by Age lust>is 'heeled' bjr: t luxury thy betray tljou wert'w

Ay, these were glorious days! The moon _that L__our_ _eyes__ ,. _were____open, ,__floutsbread and and pomp is the heir of pleasure;.gewgaws fully ignorant of.losic. TIM fineries:of
Had then her true adorer; wr'! se. or soy soiueunug ivuner, and at ana gaud,. instead, of glory, lUf.'UW1dr Ujy! taste has 'been exaggerated;' thou ,wert
And there were lyres and lutes in tune; times when we wereluggicfend tugging at joice and .ftatter.tl. to the Jut. There unacquainted with,the nobleness of sinfplU

And And lovers no such swam things and as held snorer?: her apron, and bothering' I in the ,midft rise tby,buildings- there lie, secret, butgorgeous :city; thy idea eta wltole was grotesqueand
at bought of her work, she, though aw mild 'and the tabernacles of thine overloaded and
Streams brodtban the,Mersey ; ,ease; and thy fancy in details wag
patient, and indulgent moth*used to the of friends-- 'and *"
And fifty thousand would have fought exclaim earning thy and the riches gaudy ri 1etd ions, ,
For a,smile,from Lady Jersey. ,'hold' your tongues, dLou plagues 'of the people*whom they plunder'f are waters : .-' BuCtlionJiadstihv; haiidaconstantly.: ;tae'publicpunte ,
Then of Egypt! Little did she Wrof the to Uiioe imperial whirlpool,""Thou art"lapped : y and fhoujwdat plans and .

And people had wore for an tailors iron vest, plagues thai her poor son WiIV, wu des; in;.ease asjs a, .silk-worm and'pro advisers forever before tbee;,more than al), #
no use
And the artizans who lived ;the best tines toe endure! If she bad, i\Ould have fusion flowersJroraI)thy high and unseen as*? thou..didst mid the houses that neighbor*

Were armourers_and mailors; made lief lament,. having brougbjig, into Much as the mn poyreth from a cloud..J hoed' herein tliou,dldsf Juild.150 preternaturally -
And steel was measured by the ell, ,world. Pharoah8pUgues child's didst thou do to .beautify chimney. ) hideousfthal thou didst require but ;..
And trowsers lined with leather play compared with mine; they \re, of asborr4uration tops-much, to adorn the snuggeries where, litUescenc, q.UMIes3: frightful in thy crer ,
And Jesters wore a cap and bell, ,and ceased with t\ODyic- thOu didst dwell; thieving withi thee tooka atioosT:; ,,.Jf bou! l ijpt not improve thy native -
And knights s cap and feather. tionjhat calamity brought with\ mine substantial shape,and the robberies of the village and, thy various homes with asolidi

Then single folks might live at ease, have never ceased; no experienced: amity public passed into a metempsychosis or mortar a lofty, and a noble state,.thou didst
And married ones might sever; nothing lias teen able to proc meta and became public houses ,So there nevejrjbelesa very singularly improVe And,' .
Uncommon Poctors had their fees, cessation. Pharoah bad ten, end but ,and thus, building and planning, didt thy"paterty; ,in avoiding the faults of: thy .
But Doctors Common never.: ,each of my nine bA been greater th be thou spin out thy latter till Death.. mMonry will be grateful for' the eflL-cta'of;
,Oh bad in those times been bred
we do Lord
whole of his ten: and 1 ,my J ambition.
thee and when The
Fair Cousin,for thy glances, e, camo upon ; we looked a- ;' thy same
Instead of breaking Prueian's bead, most earnestly pray, that I am to be s round 01! thy brother was on thy hearth. Which influenced ,thee in demj.pJiiloeophy,

**I had been breaking lances! the most unspeakable" anguish of j And thy parasites,and thy comrades, and cised a far benigner and happier.power;over
**" -' .** ting bis dumber. thine ancient pals, and thy portly blowen, thee in public

from the Appendix to the new edition of hey made a murmur and they packed up Thou wert hot idly in "
A second edition of 'Paul ctjfl rdthbeen \ vexatious vestries,
Waveriy Nojelsf their good.-but they turned '
ere they
nor. ordinarily tyrannic fri
thy if
TUB UINS1 RI.L'S BALLAD. published in England, says the N. "S ,and they would have worshipped thy thou wert ever arbitrary! it was only parish whets;
which contains
American "Funeral
a On
'Waken lords and ladles i.rother.as they- worshipped thee
gay -but beUncertdiv thy pleasure was checked, or thy vanity, *
tiocin honor of (
George ant I. ..
On the mountain dawns the day wounded At
other times '
thou dufct leave
AU the jolly chase is here, aa a good specimen of Mr. Bulwer's poi,. ,
-vidaEpifnufmtU et 1 1ttt Poe- events to their legitimate course eo that, in
Wit hawk bone n4 in character it ;
bunting spears er drawing, we publish :
-M; reteruapad Jacomim Cbouet, pa, l!-l. thy latter years thou writ justly popular in



1 simile".Corresd'cnc
Iavin so-cstalil' a -
,qqr, }y MWbf the Sloop'' "le .o, b s United. "tes and

.. tl Mentor, >apt; '"' lifc, of Sagg Harbour, ., '1.- ,. ''fish A rice the rke cladms fo ecovr -

en \Viti sayar+ with aHMivatd k 'It nor Longi )Jqnd, arrived 'liprjr on board the # 1 trCi deg to rvilte
Pun tclved in'li'alf
+ Y life lie was ,wi 1 r
errtngjUf'gmCnt..s. Siis&l Mr. P.
Schr. ;; Capt noss ter. was =b brcignc
f worse than tho lluracrs who camo to day In FebruaryTlas
in bail condition owing to his legs baring Council C. i aiinan
is bar; in public' Ufcrmrwffli! bette' than a Town etsv
,,;\vhd"bpf'TrfpubliS before !.hn.- b&rfDatlly urnl.bul is likely to recov- of Key West for 'the choi i nJJ..a. 'tC'li'r in the on

., ;',' Hark! those huzzas-what ia.the burden ofIO' er. He gives the following account vt.tflO :. and Sheriff(Or''the and County Clerk'of of the Monroe County Tcrjrfory fv I*vMM< uresa of ,pttblirsnurittgan the United
chorus? Oh ratcful 'and never timeserving tates a t.tian of h ata les of I c s
nine 1
Sloop Menlor Somewhere between Florida. The p..I1&,to bo open !
. IJritons!-have ye modified already shoals, tho \VclocltA.:. M;,until four 1'. M. And th$ s t c.. un h %iallyss
,for another the song yo ,mad solely in lion- Nantucket and St.. George's ,,: followingpersons fire appoited Judges" snld' ;
or of Gentleman George? and must wo, Mentor (being: loaded with, ashes for Long: .'. William fl. Shaw, Thomas Glib*.telechon ofclaims icy, io

Jest,wo lose tho custom. ,of the public and Island) sprung u, leak, l her pumps{! being sunGeorgg.E. ., Weave.{C.,. "'.PJNIUtAl\f"..tV. cases search reqirio of TccordFbi t to invP? ,rAa n

Jbo good things of the taproom, must we choked with a bes. The Captain, Mate. Presiding Justice lf."CcyVesf. >C gal proaeea1,''sticurd ''ti'acc3mpaniectwtllr

roarr,with.throatayet hoarse with bqr fervor and seamen went below to keep her free by }\ : Dec. 29, 1831. 17 Jfifj anadeq'tta e njttanca tn defray lite-
the ? ., disbursements
for the oldwords, our'ardour new preliminary chargeTMd attending
, Hill Ctod bless him! .bailing; theyremained 1 fbr.sometime up to, the and a71| must bo.iaddressed
,v IIero to Mariner The United States of: Am' ::= $ame ; Nettra
t: ,. God bless him! their knees. in ashes. and,salt .water} theashes .. -- 1 (post paid) to the" inpersigncd,
'God bless hrn! acting,ad an escharotic, burnt theirtheir : rica. V ,1' '(Oonnsellos of the Siiprem'fe Court. "tif the UStates'fn

' 1,5 Here's to Manner, Bill,God blessjiiml'! legs' very severely{theyJn short, ,' SOUTHERN J UDICIALpI5'rRlc'r of. 'Wall street,the'New Office'York.AARONI1 of'tlie, "Agency, 49

7 i time all bcgtn.to complain and suffered FLORIDA ss.. 5 ,. YAL11iERActuary.APPROBATORY .
... From tho Montreal Gazette. t ,
.' A FOX 1IUNTY most excruciating pain. Upon the Schr. To the 'Marshal OJhe Superior Court of "" TESTIMONIALS"UNI

*.1' To thoso who have enjoyed; the chase Susan heaving in sight; ,Mr. Pierson, who arid District Creeling or rnE,
in 'the Mother Country, cither by participant was the only |person on board the Mentor : WM,R. HACKI.KV,E sq. i i'r if '-,

ting In its pleasures,or who have been calm capable of moving, got into' the long boat WHEREAS; his-libvl for and onbehalf REPORT of the Committee of Obscrva-

spectators, we need'hardly allude to the and skulled off to her about six miles., and of William.Bethell, Esq..Master of tion of the Boston Marine.Society;.to.wliom

joyous moments, and the delightful exhilaration informed Jlosseter of tho situation of the Sloop Volunteer stating, alleging and the system of Marine signals; orTelegfapliicFlags
which tho sportsman enjoys in this Capt. propounding, that he discovered'adrift and teas referred, baying carefully exam
truly manly amusement. The winding of,, those on board! the Mentor. C pt. R.made abandoned on the high seas,vii tho vicinity ined tbe'Signals, and experience J their utility

lie mellow/ horn,the animating foul-stirring every exertion to get on board and take off 'of Duck Key, on the const extensive and
music, and the .ardent intense longingof the Captain and seamen; lie did not however quantity of Goods, Stores ahfl, Merchan Brethren distinguished, as, being than more 'Signals, they easier

the hounds; the pleasure which (lie hove succeed. Night coming OUr aMcnded dize. Tliat with great difliculiy and la have ever seen in use in,any this country, and
ses seem to feel in the sport| the, cries, of ho lost bour ho succeeded saving and carrying feel confident that every one wl>o will pro
the huntsmen, all tend to ,cause an inward by a violent gale and snow storm, to a'place: of safety, twenty-five, whole and them a fair trial, will ho convinced that ,
glow, and hope and joy to beam! on tho sight of them, and it is apprehended that (brty-tno half barrels of Mackerelnn4 one '' they are very useful and.valuable inventions.

countenances,or those who are devoted to Capt. Cook and tho seamen must have perished hundred and fifteen,drums;of Figs:' Andinasmuch The Committee having also examined' the
ho has becnVtho only nieans of 'incthod'of using the Signals in this Harbor,
this amusement. as it was impossible for them to assist as
satisfied that information
On Saturday Morning,pursuant to no- themselves. saving the sane from destruction, he prays --are fully be required, any bc'eorriinnnicated'ifreceived that

ticc a number of'.gentlemen: assembled at .,that such a proportion maybe decreed to may any may vessel (using the Signals

the:Bridge erected at the intersection of him, by way of Savage, as hisservices approaching the Light-House, with the
Lower Vochine road by the Canal_, to enjoy NI.\ltRIEI), have merited. greatest ease, correctness 'and despatch
the pleasurcs.pf a fox hunt,'a sport hitherto On Saturday night, 24th December, by And whereas the Judge of said 'Court and that their merits need only to be fully
unknown in this. Province. Mny fine the Hun. James Webb Capt. Joseph Bethel for said District hath ordered an'l l dire t- known, to be duly appreciated.SAMU&IM. .
horses were exhibited,.and many of tho riders to Miss Nicolosa,danghter of Don Mi cd on the 15th of February; 1832, for nil HOLLAND,

.e seemed'to pant,with eagerness for tho g Mabritta, all of, this place. persons concerned to be cited and Intimated President of the Committee of the

unbagging of poor Ray nard. The fox was, _' __ 'ICOJIJI. to'nppcar at the Court, llou:cat. Keyyrsl, Boston'Marine Society
Allowed off in the fields between the in said District to show cause if, '
; go Rt IL.. any \hey 1'irOMAS ENGLISH, Scc'y. .
Canal and the River, and began to run towards -, have, why judgment should 'not passj as ,
the NlJ !'d Farm ,After'ho had been prayed. You are therefore hereby aullpriscd "
and Owners
favored with 'gpod law," the hounds, trust empowered and strictly rnjoinctlpe.rctnplorily StfiipTneufcrs .. of
ty antt tr !", .wcr.c put upon he. drag and IfPpnTSPcr! adlr.S'cgunda Andrea, to cie and admonish till pc/sons The extensive adoption of tile Marine
very soon 'gave tongue proceeding in'full Fernandez, I.hlid molasses, sugar, coffee, whatsoever, having or pretending to have :Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all descriptions
cry. The riders kept on' tlia 1.achine road, and 3 bales tobacco to. P. J. Fontaine; 1 any right title, claim or interest in //or to throughout lie Union,has rendered -
and'turned down; the lane which, leads to bbl white sugar to A. Giraldo. Per scbr. the said Mackerel and Figs, by nil awful it expedient to establish :Agencies various
Josefa, Yanezfrom Havana, 1 hbd, 1 bbl where Offices
Seaports, Registry are
the Nun n.' 1 house, opposite? }Nuns Isjand.! molasses,'2 casks claret, 3 bales tobacco ti ways, means and method,whereby t/ia/ Monition kept for the purpose .entering Vessels

nero Raynard turned_ and, was proceedingon 6 demijohns cordial to P.J..Fontaine. Per may.be made most publican notorious and furnishing sets of Flags, Signal.'Uooks,.
his former track, when tho hounds,caused Sloop Volunteer, flom'tho Kcef, 20 bbls to be and appear at the time aJM place and designating numbers.
him'to take a cour across the 'Lachine mackerel to master. Per Sloop Friend, 16 aforesaid before the 'udge afoixsfid, and Ship Masters on their return from Scaarerequested
mail.,, Tho.fux passed(within about 60 bbls provisions baled dry goods, &c. from also to attend upou every sessioaund! sessions to send their Signal Bocks to either
yards of the sportsmen on the Lacuna road .wreck Ship \aria'to F. A. Browne.EXPORTS ., to be held there and from tljnce/ until of the undermentioned. Agents,to have
and made along' the. canal. towards, tlJ(>' .-Per Sloop Energy, for N. a definitive sentence phall lrcad: and inserted therein all the new en tries .,f dcsjp
Orleans 19 bbls macheiol and 4 nails
kegs ul1InerSvLich have occurred
nating ,
woods The hotlnds'continued in full in the said business may
cry promidgcd vclnsiycly,
by master. Per Sloop John Dcnison for during their absence and are particularly
and,tho .equestrians exerted themselves'vcr: Nassau.! and a market,272 bbls flour 15 kegs if them! or any of them shall tlii/c it their desired to shew their designating numbers
.. .creditably fqr,a first attempt, ,in their lard by O. O'Hara. duty so to do, to hear,abide l>y=ad perform when entering or departing (from the Port,
'. loops over fences and ditches that impededtheir .. all nod singular such ;ts as are of Portland, Boston, New-York B.altimom
----- --- -- -
progress. The fox coon stole away ; ; necessary and by law required bo done Charleston and Sand Key. By conformingto

to iIlCV od:5: and after some time, wasfountl'to 'ii MARINE and expedited'' in' the premisl.J further this particular; their Vessel will .be reported -
have i holed himself in a hollow INTELLIGENCE. to do and receive and justice by the Telegraph.AOENTS.. :
'stump'on the farm,of'Mr.L Bourgeois, in I shall! appertain,under the paf of tho law .
rear of Woodlands; the property George PORT OF KEY WEST. and contempt thereof, the fence or con tJl\Io0DY"Portland.
Gregory, Esq. ;Here Raynard yns; taken, tumacy of them and every c 'hem. in anywise JOHN 11. PARKER, ,
LAST.Dec. .
is in afford Ad whatsoeveryou
tagged 1. an/l ,custody sport ontWwJriesday notwithstanding: Observatory Boston.
next, To those whowish_ .to folk:, 27.. Spanish.Schr.Segunda Andrea, shall du'in the prcmis,you sliall'duly JOHN GRKEI,.
low the amusements' merry Old, England Fernandez, Havana' molasses. fee. to I). J. certify unto the Judge a'resaid, at the Telegraph the Ilattery,*New-York.

The hounds on.this occasion were.. Fontaine. time and place aforcsab together with THOMAS PS'KILSON,
: D.eo.28' Schr. Lilly; Hewit, from the .
not numerous, and though.young, exceed.cd .- Bay.. .Burrows,Havana. these presents. / Exchange Baltimore.JAMES
the expectations of their' masters,, ,tin Sloop Dread SloopPatragonN.11. C. Park, Havana. Sloop Witness Jho lIon. JAMWnim, Judge M. Ei.ronn Charleston., .

acci.lentrand unsportsmanlike misfortunes Marry 'Ann, Ximcnes, Tortugas. Spanish OH r said Court for sa/District, this 20th TueMAs EASTIN, .
occurred during the vholq chaee'and. ,Schr Josefa,'Yane/,Havana., ;Sloop Fair day of December / 31. Key West.Extract ..
on tho whole, the sport was maintained! i in'a' 'American,', Burrows, Havana. Sloop'Vo JOEl ANCEY CM.
manncrthat'did jcrediVto'thoso engaged in, l lunteer, Florida Reef,. .. .
.--1 Dec....3I). Sloop FrjenJ, Cushman, Reef, .
itr The, country,people} thought the. inhabitants
; provisions to *\ Browne. Scbr. Susan, THEREFORE kW ye, to all whom it /ll'f/en/I'ioll !
of Montrealwcro mad. o"thJ..t60Jncthlng 30 days from Nowburyport"; bound to New may concern;that t pursuance of the above -
bad occurred-to disturb I ,they Orleans put in for water; sailded :2d Jan. Monition fro/ under the seal of the from a Law of the
mental,fataulties'wtiena; poor'unotfeml : ,. Dec.31,. Schfv Harkaro,.Rufus Wasgett, District Court /the United States of
fox should be thus pursued over fcncs'arid Nc, If'porh.umber and provisions tomaster. ;America for thl Southern District of United Stated{ ,,dated; 16th

ditch,by mien,horses and doggy-jnl; for.no!; Florida, to mo (J' tend! and delivered, Ida March18OL
to' 4 Jan. J, Drfjt'Sarnb', Baltimore, bound.to3New
other thittfto.keep.hfih in *bag ,
purpose, '
plic notice to
hereby give aiUpcr-
; :4Orleang, ,anchored off Whitehead's
bo chasetf somo pthcr day! 'c'Cornmotas SECTION XIX.
Poi6t for modicaTassistance, hiving a. case, : sons in any many interested therein that
Anglois Bontdrples, 'yai! ::0. ctimriiona expressiotv. ... before the
beand apj/t Court be
o -V uioloiton board, sailed2d. they to Every person who shall procure or entice -
J ., ;\Ve, Itowsrvcr,, are pleascxl' : ,tp 4; Jan, 2. Sloop Alert, Fish, Havana. hoden! in and / the' said District at the a SOLDIER of the United Slates to
view this Introduction of,one'of the jfinestsporis / ITCLKARED; ,'" Court P'tsefY i West;on the fifteenth desert, or who shall purchase from any

of England jnfaj thiat! county,- and] P, Dec.. 98. ploop Sarah Isabella,Ilomman, day of'Februff, 1832, at ten o'clock in Soldier his Arms, Uniform or
hop o It may be continttc& :. '. .:.... St.TMftrksbymister. Sloop) Paragon, N.: the fotenoonjf. that Clay! then and.there thereof and Captain or
any any
.- .... .. ,;;,- .Burrows,- Havana. ;/Scbr., Lily Hewitt to interpose claims for triO same,and Commanding Officer of Ship or Vessel -
Rum Key Bahamas Park any
t. '1'II :O .1'1.vrl !',_ Havana. Sloop" Fair American Sloop"Dread Burrow> to make thei/legations in support thereof.L. who shall enter on board ench Shipor

lvE.s"0 ;Havana., \ "-' M. STONE, Vessel, as one of his Crew, or .otherwise
. 'KE ..:_ Dec.' :31. Schr..Ilarkarn, Wasgett, New Soldier
; ', ', ', U,. S. Marshals. J) trit'l. carry away any or
, {
',: ;.,r"', VEDNE DAY, JAN,'4;' 1832.(> T1At ,Orleans.., SJoop Energy hatred, New-Or shall refuse to deliver him up to the ordersof
.'" .... .., .. ----' "" :::1- ,;: "- ,-..., ,Jeans,by.F.;A. Browne.' B CIUCULAK. his Commanding Officer, shall, upon
" ..' an election held on Monday the 2nd Jan. l. JIrig7'oisonLentnerMatanzas. Office of).e ican and Foreign Agcncj for Legal conviction bo fined, at the discretion -
January for Members of,thePown' Cduhdl 'f Jan, 2. Sloop Alert FisluJUvana. Claim*o'49-\\"allstreet. Xex< York .of Court cognizance
. ,. Jan. 3. Sloop ,John Derijfen, 'Western NOTICE is b hcreby-jgircn any havign :
-, I onCe' Vesf,.tho fullo. ins pn emco': for Nassau. :: _and a market by O. V'Uara. all PUBIC periP whom'' it mal concern, hating the same, in any sum not exceeding

were clccted .,... ,...-:, ,." '. ClaimPebts, Inheritance?, &c. payableor 'fhrceUundred.D lIars ; or be imprisoned,
.. L. M"." ST9NBt < ;t .,' x, O:7'Wo: arc authorised to 'announce'JOEL -' reo*cable abroad that this Agenerhaa any term not exceeding ono year."
' .. Y ANGRY as Candidate for the Office estaV>ed, under the special auspices and
? ,.D GJK, BVSTUOBEL: WEAVER ,> '. of Clerk of tbe County Court at the ensuing patrfZe of distrnpiiislied individual' in O: -THOSE persons who feel 1 dispose

V"P. J.\FONTAINt:, Election. thi% ,iJntry. a regular correspondence willaerr.n' to contribute towards the crectiou-of a
' "V1\f "ntsnA," ""' ;4 Jan. 4, 1835, 18 tf, Bankers,&c. jo the principal ports CHURCH upon the Island, are informed
1' > .. ""'- .t an/apitals of foreign governments in com- that Subscriptions will be received by tho
rJ(.. ANTONIO F.4'AfDnOWNE; Pr nyul relation with the United,States1J'Uh following gentlemen, composing the Com
"", G11R(11.DO.- iIOSttls. : the medium whereof such valid mittee appointed for that purpose:
t Jms as may be confided_ thereto, will boItled.ted "Hon. JAMFS WEBB, D. C. PI 'UM, VT.
The packet chip Alabama from' N. Y. WILL be received by the subscriber for settlement, and promptly andectivcly A. WHITEHEAD, L. M. STONE, Esqn. Drs.,
t r, b l J qund: to New Orleans,was spoken on tho the first day of February next, reco.ycred. when furnished by II. S. WATTIUIOVSE and B. B., STaoHI-.
,. for building a Stone J ail in the town of Key c. claimants with the suitable legal proof* -
January by tboiut bhai .scbr. Three
West, with Brick, Cistern-ittached thereto /nd vouchers, together with the requisite
Friends, olf the Sambos. :Tliei Alabama in accordance with an Act of tbe Legh ower of Attorney to be taken and acknowledged HI.ANKSAND
"had been, ashore .on the Bahama Dank'' lattire of Florida passed the last session. A before any Judge of a Court of
.,. of the be ieei'br Record, or other
plan proposed building may competent cifil magistrate -
: ,
near the Orange Keys My throwing over ,
applying to either of the undesigned. municipal authority, or notary pub.
part of her cargo, consisting of wine,iron-. L. M.-STONE, lie; and the whole duly authenticated by the JOB PRINTING

. Marc, &c and one chain cable and anchor ., W. A. WIHTITHEADCommiition / Governor of the state or territory in which ,.
.. < the same may be perfeeted, and legalized 'OF ALL KINDS .

= ,;i180,\ o itf j artd proceeded. y.1 her vo ago!,, Kef.W t, Dec,,:. 1n'H. ', IT t/ by the.appropriate Foreign Consul, .'V-:; ; ., .tltll &fttted at this Of cf. ,
:# \. ... :Ii '';1/1' -: il., Y" of\. }t( r. tl
'}:" "" i..* ''''''"'*- '." ,....,J""_ ,,I'L "!,4y..._a.if.. w", ; ";, .,.if''ii :" .. <. .

'':'>.' ,
,,, ,,. :t, ."::",,
bring t'\\'i 1 r
-heft t ie ig i t r. rear. West, any for.. (I"f'S' who es a r'e 'ing caul:iu rrmSiWp WWualiU to fir'(: 'j
from form the same u 8rantinotbd may bo i-w
tiro jl0 \ clandestinely,departed K'lyplacq 0 ,,:,: ,
UJ -, 'p j pilot and \\"hOsha11, not possess a'passportor t..posed l upon said mid vessels and cargoes,
)1' f', shall l pay thtass ; other evidence of his having been'perImtttcd c. 3, Be it further ,ordained, That t
11 n !t&'tl1a al s't tfing\ : but if said vessel \ to depart from thcnce--and, per- tliiu\,Ordinance shall remain in full force ''

j m ;shn r cllO o S. o'departVitho t a Pilot. they [milting! him to land without,permission first until oxpresly'reealcd: by the Council. \,

tm shall bfflubjcct to but half pilotage. obtained from the Town Council, 'shall "

3f} v''tt if. Sec. 8. All vessels except wrecking vessels forfeit and pay,for each passenger so land; ,,1., ORDINANCE-No. 11.

ILt-- smacks and vessels Under charge of cdjfto sum of fifty dollars.Seo. Constituting;:a Committee of Finance.Be .

u>> I ) i ( wreckers, iiferinff, or Jcaving this Port 6. Be. it further ordained, That it ordained l y' the President and

." ,' ATTI1 117'fI" through the North West passage,and draw- any fo ..ign pl.cscnger, landing within the Members of the Town Council of Key

: ..... J; ,. ntoA.' ing four feet water, or over, shall pay two Town: if IeyVest, Without permissionfirst West,"That from and after tho passing of

;' ou jLctii e1Cey. Vgbit. AprU.2 ,.1831. Collars per foot to any.Pilot tendering his Drained from the Town ,Council -' this Ordinance,two Members of tho Board,
I ., ...... _1\ -.,..., or without having the necessary from time
services; but if said vessel does not receive \ to be designated by) the President
....-A. C.' TIFT & CO. ;: '':said Pilot, half pilotage only, shall l.be paid;t passport or other,evidence of his being,allowed to time, shall constitute a Committee,of

II:VE.rec'nvcd from< New York extensive, per if a'Pilot docs not tender his service outside frcrly to depart from the port whence Finance.

Schooner of Dry Hlonington Goods, Fancy, an ,Articles, the'bar of the said North-West passage he qimc, if any is usually granted at such Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, Thatit

assortment Gl'ocerlcs"Llqnor: ", &c. ,&c. consisting in. *, then )he shall not_ claim pilotage or place,)shall 1 bo h liable l 'to enter into bonds in i shall bo tho duty of the said Committee

part, of the Collowlngartlc1es; ,, half pilotage.Sec. ., the sum of\$1,000Vlth good security, to to examine and audit all bills or account
LIQUORS. GROCERIES. 9. When two.or more Pilots shall be approved of by the President, of the 1 presented against tho Council; to examine

Holland Gin,. New Orleans) Sugar tender their$services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to do- the accounts.of tl Treasurer and Marshal, ,

Jamaica Rum jSttCloix'; : do ;. 'alongside'shall be accepted,and if refused, part from jute) Island within such time as and make reportS quarterly as to the stato :

N. England do ".Loaf: ,& Lamp Tea do the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received may ho deemed reasonable, or on failure of tho Finances. ;

Country Gin' w>,*'k ",, ;Yonhg Coffee-"obacco Hyson, half pilotage. be committed to jail. .. D. C. PINKHAM !

Cherry Brandy'WineTeneriffe Raisins Chocolate Sec. 10. When a Pilot shall discover Sec. Q, Be it further ordained? That JPrcwTl T. C-,
do Soap, Scgars8pcrm ; two or more vessels'!, it shall! be his duty to the several fines and penalties herein enacted -. .. H. S. WATERHOUSE.P .
, Malaga do Tallow ''and'Port visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of may bo'recovcrcd before the President Cli-rl',

do. ,:.Baberry CandlesPowder distress be exhibited on one more remote: of the Town.Council or any Justice a
do and Shot of tho Peace. C. (GREEN 4
Claret and any Pilot, fading to comply with this
Cordial Pilot Dread, Crac- to tmnsactGcneral. Agency
Peppermint provision shall forfeit his Branch. Continues
.Raspberry, do. here, Flour, Fulton ,See 11. AnyPilot charged before the On )EN.\NZA-No. 9.Arreglando Business.
Market Beef. taken &c. '
Goods Storage
Town Council of or negligence la introduction dc Pasagcros on
incapacity Ho"will be to receive
always happy
DRY shall, upon conviction, be deprived of his_ Estrangcros, en el Pueblo,dc Cay his of Busi.
Superfine mack Cloth, do Olive do, Linen Branch. .' and execute all orders in line. ;

Shirts, Cotton do, Sewing Silk, Irish Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Jliicso. '*' ness. ?
Linen. Assorted Muslins, Prints, Relt,Ribbons by this Ordinance shall be recovered before t Per cuanto, varios criminates, dclincucntci Key West, 28th March, 1831., : h _

,Calicoes,LaceSbawls, Gauze Ruffs, the President of the Town Council,allowing contra las byes del pais do dondcvinieron THE' SUBSCRIBERS, .*,'
Cravats, han silo introducidos en cste
to the parties, in all instances, an : "
'taken tho Store recently oc'
ALSO Pucito t dt>,otrOJ estrnnycros,
appeal to the Council. procedcntcs ; ; HAVING by Porter &Stanard: in the
Ah Extensive Assortment Sec.. 13 When a Pilot shall go on board ycomo la continuacion do semcjnntcs ('n- North East end .of P. A.' llr one's WareHouse .

ofHEADYMADE of a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and tradas pucdcn ser ntendidas como do inju offer fur sale on accommodating(

." CLOTHING, shall; also furnish tho Master or Command) riosas consecuencias para ;la comunidad,.,,. terms, a general assortment_ofDRGOODS '
& er of said vessel with -a copy of this Ordi. a menos quo mcdidas no scan tornados para '

CUTLERY &c. &c. rcmcdiarlas: GROCERIES and ,
&, Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot-1 Portanto sc ordena por cl PresulenteDlienibros p S11I1'ClIANDI..ERY.-
del Cabildo, Quo desdc el pre GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.
ALSO tage are allowed : inero del de'Novicmbro, proximo, en Kqy Welt April 20.1831: "
Da a vessel drawing 5 feet, -, $7 00 -
A I cc 6" 900 aitclante cI Capitan do cualquier a Buqucrntrando B. STRODELTILL '. '

Variety of other.Articles, too'uumcrousto 7 10',00 do nlgun Puerto o lugar estrange" DR. B. '1
his Pro
( continues ,
tie inserted. ec 1200 ro a el do Cnyo Hueso, ha do inanifbstai ?
/ Key. West, Nov.. 2, H'31.' 9 tf .' .it, 9 8"" 1350 al Escribicnte: del Cabildo el numero dc pasagcro8,4io fession in all its Various Branches,-; sfresh
ciudadanos de los Estados U- lIe also keeps on hand, a constant and

ARTRILL, & M'DONALD,,<: ", .'cc u '11 10' "'c -." ";'15 1660 00 niclo,ni yccinos del Pueblo do Cayo Hue- supply of Genuine

SHIP CARPENTERS, .' ". .; "c 12 'CC' 180th'I so; y ha de pager,al 'f sorcro por cada pa-' Drugs and Medicines.All '

RESPECTFULLY inform their friends 13 "b' .\ 1950 sagcro Un' Peso. a orders will meet a punctual attention.

in general'that.they shortest 'c 14, c. 23,00 $rc. 2'El Capitan,cualquie Buqucfaltamlo Key West,2nth, March, 183|.'... 4'.
will undertake to repair upon the a manifestar dcntro do24 boras des .
notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Roats. cc' 15" 's ,2700' de dicho ha dc NOTICE t' 4ANY \
do la cntrada Buquc, ,
; 32'00 .
pues \
ofV. cc
be made at the Store u .. 16
Application '
de la' sums
multado adcmas a.DE11
J. Fontaine. cc ,. 17 cc "5600 ser y pagara citizen who may apprehend .
Key: 'Vcst. Nov. 23, 1831. is .,.:".' 18" 4000 ante dicha nor cada pasagero Cinco pesos. En from th. U, States' Troops,
1 cc .' : "4500 ; 'Sec. J3. Ningun ',pasogcro: estrungero de and deliver him 'over to an Omcer'of tho .
J. J.. MITCHELL \ 10" 5000' : algun Buque ha do ser pcrmitido dcscnv Army will bo paid the sum'of FIFTEEN
20.e i
.... cl Puerto do amends ,DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured
I *- I II barcar en Cayo Hucsp,
has loca ce 5500, j
the public that he 21 librcmcntesalido ,J. M. GLA8SELR,
lIe )
INFORMS in this Town for the pur- I 'c 22 l' 6000u .I quo no haiga pubticam do y tieno' Major Commanding.Key .
del lugar 'sU procedcncia, y
of carrying on his trade as SAIL-MA 23" 6q 00 West, April 37, 1831 3i
pose tealimonio tal -
en su poder pasaporte 0 ,, ;:
bronchos. 7000 :
various u -
lie occupies a Loft in the Shop of Sec. 1. When a 'PHot shan be detain- cual q mo los quo IJ e conceden en salida. VICE-CONSULATE}: ,
su procedcncia purmitiendolo su ., ,
has arri,
vessel after she -
Mr. Atkins. eel: on any Sec. 4. El Capitan de algun Buquc quo And Agent for JAoyds, fondon, and the
l<: D 1831. 10 tf cd in the harbour, at the request of chf
ey-WestNov. ,
Master Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del Puerto do.CnYO"Hueso al- Association, ,of Underwriters, Liverpool,
; or '
quo hayga salidoclandestina- **.', NO. 3,PK03T-8TRI3F.T.!
be entitled demand and receive gun pasagero
ORDINANCESOf 'I ilot shall such day. 'mcnte dJ algun lugar y quo'no, poses pasa- Office hours from 0 A. )r. to 3 o'clock JI, M. ..
Three Dollars for every de Haber silo pcrmi .. tf KeyWc8tgQth 1831. '
the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porto 0 otro tcstimoruo! dcscmbarcar. > -

branch, shell, at the lime ifo l obtains the tido su salida y pcnnitiendolo ,'T THE CITY. GAZETTE,
/ ed Oct. 15, 1831.ORDINANCE of the Treasurer sin portniso pruncro ohtcnido del Cabildo '
same, pay into the hounds ? cada' & COM3IKRCIAZ. DAILY ADVEBTIAER.A .
multado ,
ha de ser y pagara por pasa .
Dollar the Clerk '
TEN DOLLAUS,also one to Cincucnta Pesos.' real of Commerce Science Litcra-
--No. 8. gero asi i desembarcardo. ;J .
for issuing: tho same. estran- ,*** turn and the A rts. r .
this Port. and of '. Sec. 5. Que,cualquier pasagero
To the Pilotage of All Ordinances '
regulate Sec. 17. parts lesembaicandp.dentro ,del Puerto de DV 8IM3II & UU11VEA.:
Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordi- gero Cayo Hueso,sin'pcrmiso primero obtenidorich ( THE' CITY GAZETTE is ,one,of the -

Town of Key West, That when any per- ante, are hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. Cabildo o sin tenor el pasaporte nccee-, oldeet'exilting Jouraah the'V. States. '
desirous of having the situation Under many proprietorial; course with few t
shall be
son otro testimonio do fisher ,pcrrni-
I been Americanand
9. !' have always
of Branch Pilot of this Port,he shall presentto lido salir lihremente del.Puerto do'su pro:, exception popular;, Of late years, from neglect
the Council written petition; whereupon regulating\! the introduction tf Foreignersinto cedencia(si c*coetumbreen tal lugar)ha doter -'more than any other cause its influence: and '

it shall he theduty the Council to appoint tT u-n of Key litest su jeto a entrar en obligacion en la sumndo 'patronage h lact visibly declioed. Within the; ..

a committee of three competent persons rViiEREAs several criminals,offenders against $1000,con buena fianza quo este approba last year however, the present proprietors; '.
to make enquiry into the qualification. del Cabilda having entered upon a course of policy, '
the laws of the country whence : do: por cl Presidente D,un juez.
of the applying, and res consistent, with the politicr: of the
and fitness persons more
Ysla dcntro del
de la
have arrived at Key ile saiga ,
thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, paz para quo ,South, and Laving made numerous additionsto
port when the of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a'con licmpo como sera,considcrado razonablo o; the mechanical improvements of'their
of the board," prayer tinuance of such arrivals will be attended ?n ialtando aura conducido a la cdrccl.f t 1 establishment by fitting it out in a new'and

i petitioner shall' be acted on: all Pilots their appointed by many injurious consequences to ijcc., G, Quo'las multas aqui ordanadasjpucdcn I handsome typed and on a largervheet and. .

shall, previous to receiving the community, unless means be takento scr cobradas,p?>r.el Presidonto'. Branch, give bond with good and sufficient them: Cabildo o por un juez de pnz., "*, "*"'.w lay claim'to, and Lave been favored with a
of their :
the faithful performance increase of
for proportional patron.Age
security large
ordained by the rre. ------ -.
'Be it therefore '
,subscriptions .ai.u ,
new gene
duty. No. 10 including
silent andlfembcrs' of the Town > Within the last their
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, of Key :West, That from, and affcr For preventing the introduction of Cholera list ral advertising.of patrons baa been swollen by art accession

hall have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto the first day of November next, the Masterof into the Towns f Key West, of'more thin Three,Hundred Citizens
enable them to proceed over the Keefand vessel arriving from a foreign portor to which now names are with little
render the aid of IMotage to any vessel requiring place any at the port| of Key West, shall WIIEBKAS" a certain disease,known by the exception, alnios't daily,added The pro
the Fame. make a report to the Clerk of the Town 'name of INDIAN CHOLERA: Ilt'prc pt ietor.ln order the better to'merit that encouragement

'" Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 Council of the number of passengers on sent prevailing in the Northern parts of of which, it Is equally their -
this Port except fish- United Europe,of the most dial character; andas pride and pleasure,to acknowledge much ,;
feet of water entering board not citizens of the States .
info their friends and
introduced from
such disease may be has been received,
vessels "
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and residents of the Town of JeyVest; .
nor with fellow citizens-have established la connection '
under charge of wreckers, shall pay the and hall pay.to.(hc'Treasurer one.dollarfor ,. our own ports of by too y'csse1s.tradiD( lobo' tVe -, with their office of business, spacious
rates of Pilotage herein after specified. every passenger aforesaid. that'quarter ; Heading Room, in which, the chief Public

,,Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or offer Sec 2. Jlc it further: ordained, That therefore ordained, by ,the President '' Journals find their way and are carefullyfiled

his services to a vessel liable to take Pilot the l\IutcfJf any \essel failing or neglecting : and Members of..the Town Council'of from all the States in ,our UniolJ.-
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of to make%uch report within ?4 hours tKey West, That all vessels arriving ,Tuis room is free with all its facilities,with

the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit i from ports or places,where the said diseaseozist ,out charge, to all Prices patrons Current of the,Gazette in letter;

uo boarding or offering his services,shall bo and pay tIle sum of five doljarp! in addition $, shall be taken by the Pilots of the ''form A regular and weekly a fine paper suitable

entitled to only half pilotage; and if said to the sum aforesaid required for each port, without their going on board to tho' or correspondence upon carefully ,collected,
vessel 'till the Quarantine Ground, northward and west, estimate of tho
Pilot does not board said I passenger. with the most correct true
Light-House on Key West is distant not Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, Thatno ward of Fleming' Key;-there to remain: condition of the markets, and put upon the

more than two miles, and then bears E. N. foreign passenger, from any ship,or vessel under tho direction of the President of the most advantageous terms to all than como
11 no pilotage shall bo claimed. shall be permitted to land within tie I Coun il. nd Health Office of the port. under this class,is also issud from the officeof

AH vessels five feet port or harbour of Key West, unless he Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That tLproprietors. Their Reading Room, .
Sec. 5. drawing be had
earliest information
the ,
the where may
shall be by
from while it thought necessary
shall have freely and openly dejKtfted
of this Ordinance
water subject to provisions is free alike to patrons'strangers to the
and have in his said Health I Officer, that such vessel or yes-
,refusing to receive a pilot outsido of the place whence he came, and master. of vessels trading to this
the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his services possession a passport, or such other papers Bcls fihould perform quarantine no inter port. To these Improvements, they make .
shall be liable to pay full pilotage; as are usually granted at the port whence course'whatever shall bo held with the daily additions affording facilities to 'the

but inside of the Reef &.not within two he came, permitting him to depart:! there Town or Island of Key West, but by permission man of leisure and business alike hitherta
of thePresident
and under the direction unknown* 'SIMMS fcDUllYEA
the from.
miles of the Light-House on Key West, and all 3 Broad street, Charleston.
and Health Officer No
aid E. N. 1:. the said Te.el Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That persona
light bearing with received at this
shall Hud shall hold intercourse ((SubsciipUotts
tholl ray half pilotage. the Master of any ship or vesselkdo any office.A

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HKHW IwnwiMijj'yogi'' l |ra y| if -mi J PJl. r.
a ad
"trampled by Mt yj iuffflftBi-"fe.BaTe cop ea
'fcd-gratetf atwSfflK jenpew is vitally important wit i ,itt ribs tiltCdat
wacvrwn o nu T f lBtthfpH c should ba sustained e; rci o M, ,q aei
EtfENINntllB ; strict construction, jwsts o t t r ,fir o3 terHitt
which alone can compel a
"f. '
jSftrtestpn.of sin : of tlitl a t ate al.o .
establishment iT air resides with) ; '
of the Charter. That power
R,!. additional Newspaper, devoted to tlie "each State It is the State Represcntttions air\! 'tit he redt'e
r fupportof their principles, has been deem* Right of sovereign Sovereignty.interposition to arrcs Department by somfr'SfW** 'UiTHiyi! T\. '
It"," fed expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation_of Federal agents. 'the cx!, other persons, that ,the + > { xecu ou o te sou! .t
: TRADE P4RTV. In States merchant vessels have 1 iq'a e 'e
FREE pursuance
istence of this right as the conservative their commander: : ;nth 76+ 'd d2
f;( of this determination, THE EVENING principle of bur Constitution is no new doctrine ged in foreign ports by of .
. commenced a Daily Eve" without complying with the, provisions
TOST will be as it iseo-ent, with our Federal pojjly,
Ding Journal,(o loon as the requisite office and, was; asserted by its founders aw contemporary the act of Congress of then 28Uy! Qt'therefore February ,
arrangements can'be completed This.principlc is tB03., Your attention! is*, :
The political tenets -to which the ,Eve- characteristic expositors.,feature ,proudly distinguishing specially called fd this subject with a request + ''
b "ex" SAINT YINCN'! ,
ping Post will devoted, ate BO familiarto not Federal hat increased vigilance may" t.
from other Republics
thi community, bare been so long the in their ours elements. In tho ,latter, 'a erted to prevent future infractions of twb:. By his Excellericy the liglif"Ildnoiratc!

prominent subject O( discussion by the Constitution is, in fact,by a symbol of public law} and it fs expected that you will ro-< Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, Baronet,

j>rc 8-arid hare been so often and triumphantly opinion, Is construed by and ."rinfitb quire satisfactory evidence that hero'has.vj.; ,* Captain General, & Governon-Chief,
vindicated'by the first minds in our the changing will of a majority while .in been a strict compliance with the requisitions be. in and over the Island of St. Vincent,
State, and in the Federal councils, that it preserves it of the foregoing act IIi each case, *t
such of Uio Islands
guardian and
Republic a power com
our Bequia
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate merethan fore the bond of the master, required by ,
'Thicb is offered as a permanent rule of action. section thereof, be allowed to be" mpnly called the Granadin.es, and those
the following exposition, The formal recognition of such a righton 'the first ... '
in Hen of a more detailed political creed., the face of the Charter would; have been cancelled. at tlio'Northward'of Carriacou w Arae-
will be advocated as the dictate respectfully, rica Chancellor Ordinary and Vicc-
Free Trade ,in as'much as it resulted necessarily I am, ,
of an enlightened policy-as a privi superfluous from the formation of a compactbetween Your obedient servant :> Admiral off the same, &c. &.c &c.PROCLAaiATION. .

lego of the I'eople'whic' partial justice Independent sovereigns',having. no ,,r.-: S. P. INGHAM, .
requires from the rulers of,every country- As a feature of our political Secretary, ,of the. Treasury.
which in ours,is guaranteed common umpire. To the Collector of the Customs. WHEREAS from the consequen
and as a right, it is of course a political,not a ( ,
Constitutions Tlo framers of that system of the Customs. of the dreadful hurricane wills which
Ly Jhe revolutionary right.. Formed for the protection Circular to Collectors c es
venerated instrument withheld from the of a minority from the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) this Island and its dependencies gene visit. I

p'ederal'agents. the power to protect manufactures the Federal authorities themselves, and May 14, 1831. \ ed on Thursday morning,the II thinsta>it,
by restrictive duties ; it has been front usurpation of a majority exercisedthrough SIR t It has been ascertained that the depreciated it is essentially for their relief to
usurped, by a perversion of the revenue the subserviency ofthose authorities currencies of foreign< countries necessary
pqwer, and its exercise,involving sectional the Constitution itself needed protection. have been variously estimated at.the different Encourage the importation of the only nr-

oppression for ,sectional, aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely,wa not Custom Houses of the United .States, ticlo of food which bears a duty, namely,

bas, necessarily,produced a sectional exasAeration' placed in either of.the parties against whom owing, partly, to defective information as Flour; and of such materials aa arc re]

which endanger the permanency it was provided as a shield. The Supreme to the true specie value of such currencies, quired to ;repair the extensive damages

of the Union' It is impossiblejhat the' injured Court being one of the,Federal agents,was and partly to an erroneous practice of com- which have been.sustained in houses,buildings

parties can tolerate legislation BO manifestly not,,'therefore,entrusted wit'u its political puting their value, according to the rates of and sugar works, over the greatest
unjust and!unequal its operation guardianship..- Nor could he.:engine of the exchange with England, and reducing'the of this colony: I do therefore, by
W ithout first proving, which is impossible, majority-: the. ballot box-haye been considered sterling value of suchdeprcciated,currency:
that the benefits of the protection are equal., as the-: safeguard. The sectional into money of the United States without and with tho advice and' "consent or IlisMajesty's

ly apportioned to all the Sta.tes-ft is a gross minority can'exert no influence on the representation regard to the difference between the legal Privy Counsel, authorise and require
absurdity to contend' that the burdens"ofthe of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling money in U. the Port of Kingstown to be opened
Tariff press equally upon all.' If, then; responsibility representatives butsecu States' currency. To avoid such discrepancies accordingly for the admission of Flour,

it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as their, fidelity to their respective constituents and errors in future, tho,President and of White, Yellow, and Pitcl Pine

its defehderS'Vainly; its operation is and representatives of ,a minoritycan directs that whenever invoices are made, Boards; Plank, Scantling and' Shingles,

yet glaringly unequaland submit its it* unauthorised becomes no effect nothing, against the antagonist out,in m.,currency,the value'of which is not free of all Duties_ payable thereon, until
free, people .to-; to interest which the representatives a majority fixed by the laws of the U. States;you will
exactions. 'Much less is it to be tolerated, their constituents from the importer certificate from the 31st day of December now nest ensuing
compelled require .
when it is evident'tbat w'o are not only ar to may enforce in utter disregard of the ,tho United States' Consul, if there be one, of which all Officers of'hiiMajesty's

bitrarily taxed';as consumers but;that the Charter.* The principle;' therefore, is"desolating at the place of exportation,of the trueValuo Customs, and alt others whom it doth,

inevitable' result of'the' protective Southern,system is -that the Constitution is at the discretion 'of such currency in Spanish or United States 'shall, or may concern, are hereby required

the ultimate ruin of the producer inte of a majority, and must bo quietly silver dollars, and charge, the ad valorem I to take duo notice;, and to govern themselves -
in the prostration" of. our'agricultural : surrendered to'their wisdom and justice.-: duties according to such value ; or, in the accordingly.
r ;; in the Parliamentary transactions absence of such evidence, that will ascertain i
'at.There is no..oh4Uy in the objection to Besides except you Given under my Hand and Seat at Arms,
of the two houses of Congressourframe said value from the prices current, \
resistance, that others are blindly submitting at the Government, 'House in Kingstown
our of government' no where recognizes and such other authentic sources of information -
to, the :vile, which 'are overwhelming the consolidating that'the will,of a majority as may be within your reach,& chargethe this eighteenth day jof August,
them ir Common with ouneJ !es.-- shall govern. :The President may be ad.valorem duties accordingly. You one thousand eight hundred and thir-

This delinqiu *cj is not' our justification and If I elected by a minority the people ; a majority will give public notice*of ,tho directions ty-one. p
we are awa'.n.to the dangers degradation : of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to the consularcertificate By his Excellency command,
it behoves to leave
our situation us
of I of whose population are a minority and that uniformity be hereafter
until shall have repelled aggrega& ; may : THOMAS! MELVILLE,
uoefiortuntried we of the whole people/"may reject a mea- secured at all the Custom houses, you will -'R QovC'rninentSec'rf
The ;
,.. the invasidn of. Evening sure unanimously passedby the representative forward to this Departmentonce a month,
Poit will, therefore, exhort to resistance of 'of the eonle in the other House-and a statement of the rates at which the cur- Duly proclaimed in Kingstown, this sigh

the Tariff, :as the most prominent"which enormityof has been vice,versa,", a bare'majority'in the other rCDcienfot aid are thu ei imated,at each tecnth day'of \August, one thousand

that"AmericanSystem? Free House mayreject a measure,passed by.the port from whence good a'e imported and eight hundred and thirty-oneand in the
built-up ont the ruins of the System unanimous voice of too Representatives of invoiced in such currencies. In all cases of second year of his Majesty's Reign. ""
fathers and which ifestablished '
bequeathed us the by'out settled of the country the States in the Senate The President doubt as to the value of such currency, you C; D. STEWART,
as policy single individual, may put his, veto on the will apply to- the Treasury Department for
in the end cither lever the bond Act Pro. Marshal General.SOUTHERN .
!must ,
and the Judges
both Houses
deliberate act of ; information. I am, respectfully, your obedient .
consolidate the
of Union. ,or' meltdown of tho Supreme Court, holding office servant, S. D. INGHAM, I
into one limitless,irresponsible RFeVIEW.
State Soveicignties I election but appointment of the '
not' by by may Secretary Treasury.
despotism. The Evening Post set aside the concurrent enactments of THE subscriber begs leave ta'ioform, lira
,will oppose Internal Improvemoni: as un ', House, Senate, and President. The power OFFICIAL. CIRCULAR'; public that ho has undertaken, for the next
constitutional engine, of, farorldlmas ,- to protect .the Constitution could not NAVY. DEPARTMENT: l three years to publish the SotrriiEhN REVIEW
a source'of sectional robbery, as''crea have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, 1831. S- and to look for his remuneration en-

ting necessity perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation, SIR,-In consequence of recent occur- tirely to the present and future subscription
taxation-it will .oppose the 'recharteringof was apprehended. It.would have been indeed rences in the service, your attention is inyi- list of$5. As this source has'hitherto'been

the United States' Bank;as manifestly committing the keys of,the'bouso to ted to two subjects,where the laws now re- > inadequate to defray this expense, be begs
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the. ex- 'the safe-keep3Pg .those, distrust whom gulate the rights and power of all concerned leave earnestly to solicit the, patronage of
istcnce of dangerous' power; and it twill suggested the propriety of locks' The power ; but where there is still vested in officers those who think the Review worthy. of.public -
oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus was wisely left with the several State a discretion, in the exercise of which it- support. -- -
Revenue, 'as a scheme of barefaced, thus'not only was thereprovided maybe desirable them to know distinctly The subscriber has associated John fIr \

wholesale' ,bribery "which if adopted; will, 'Sovoreignties-and a ,'rule of action for the the wishes of the President.. and of"this De- ving, Esq. with him in the publication of the

give to oppression 3 duration co-existant: .,.. Federal Government,but a powerto render partment.One Review, who'will conduct the correspondence -
with that'of our government. inoperative*,that is to nullify,-their. unautho of those,subjects, and our wishcstip- establish agencies collect ,and receive
A zealous and judicious attachment"the i rised and irregular action. on it are, that when any portion of the Na- subscriptions, and attend toall the
Union prescribes the}present as the propercrisis I furnishes relief: to American vessels transactions the
So far as a congeniality views may exist vy business of Review,excep
for making a determinedand uncom in relation theseprinciplcs, the Eve whether wrecked or otherwise in distress, ting the typographical department.The .
promisingptand for the Constitution'before, !! 'ning'Post" is pledged,to the "State Rights to'yield which relief promptly ought to subscriber has the satisfaction also

the jarring interests different sections'are .,and Free Trade'Party: ;" and as the support be, and.long has been ,one great object of to announce that Hugh S. Legare, Esq) .(to
each other in irreconcilable
organised against its gallant exertions compensation of whom the Review
'of'mestres, tq be'efficient' must include no has hjtherto owed ta
conflict-before, blinded by their ".the support of men, its humble aid will be any kind should either be asked or received. much) has consented to be associated with

unrighteous gains the consolidation States, zealously contributed to extend. the pen D- The other-5ubject, and our wishes uponit Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the litenry -
hall regard as undoubted right their undue "al influence<< and promote the political ad- are, that till Congress deem it'proper to department-of this journal. -
.advantages-before they shall sesolyetomaintain ; yanceme.ntof those statesmen who devote' alter the'existing:laws concerning punishments The subscribers who are still'in arrears

atalHiazards tyrannous' principle themselves'to the good cause, which is identified in the Navy,and whenever>8e laws will be pleased to make payment to J. B.
that "public opinion, or the will of anL3)ori1'y" with the yalue of the Union; and the allow a discretion in the choice of punishments Irving, Esq. and tho new ,subscriber*'will

,tsa power above the Constitution; liberty and honor of South"Carolina., 'Its the first resort, in the case of offences pay their subscriptions likewise to him, ashe
and before the victim sovereignties in minority ,warm cotoperation-with these will be ,embarriss.ed by seamen, is recommended to be always is alone authorized to receive them.A. .

goaded beyond endurance (unless the by,a:personal pledge Jto no candidate hall to pecuniary fines, badges of dis- E. MILLER,

very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall for the,..rre id nct" or any other grace, and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad, street, Charleston..,
rise in desperation and:abolish a frame ofgovernmenttoomuch "
,office; v than to the humiliating practice" whip *
shattered to be recog- maintaining its ground amid the conflicts ping. and that Deeron the same day, by NOTICE.
uiscd a* that for which they originally stipulateQ -. : of-party,it will oe the aim of the Evening punishing under an officer's own authority, undersigned having established

,and 'which inveterate sectional' hatred Post to preserve the dignity the two: offences at once, should the stripes, lidunited himself Key West, as a COMl\US-
shall then render it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law, be exceeded in number;,or SIGN MERCHANT AND GENERAL
:again tore-compose and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted'otherwise than in the presence AGENT, offers his services to his friends
onco roused tq a full sense of her' wrongs. discussion are best subserved by firmness and under the sanction_of the commanding and the public generally.F. .
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; without violence', and zeal without in- officer of the vessel or station. A. BROWNE.
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution temperance. With the opinions and public :And that,in"the'case of offences by officers .
even'If strictly observed, the slaveholding acts of opponents will exercise the right ', which it is hoped their well known April 20, 1831
He offers for sale his Ware House
at ,
States are placed disad of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent
30,000 feet White Pine Boards
vantage. Once leagued for the resumption part of its career will ever justify the suspicion ,from becoming Crequ.ent'a system more remedial -
of rights, they will, submit BO, longer to a should be 10,000 first quality Bricks
of its even partial adoption of the infamous adopted;by sentencing to .
bbls Baltimore
calculated 15
system of indirect taxation, to 'reduction of rank and prime Beef
maxim that all is fair in politics pay,or to a suspension
blind the people to the extent and inequality 36 do Navy Bread
;.jThe.domettic concern of our native State from promotion rather than-to suspend
of their burdens-and they will demand will bo carefully watched ,and the,policy sion(rom active service, as ;persons, unfortunately 10 bags prime Coffee. k
for their laboring class a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour Deed KEYVEST
equal to that of the laboring classes of the for her prosperity, safe,'and economical most the constant discipline' of active service "
concessions SEC All MANUFACTORY
other States. The required government.' and when suspended 'therefrom are ,

will bo certainly refused by those by whom estimated While the ,Evening Post,will be devotedto left without employment under greater W. II. WALL takes this opportunity of
the Union is regarded but as a bargain the of the political faith set temptations and for
promulgation injurious
calculation of profit, opportunities informing the Public,that be bas established
bya pecuniary forth in this it will not be indulgences.
prospectus neg.iCCtfill
and bond will be A SEOAH MAmFAcronr at KeyjWest;
loss, and the Federal sundered -
of the practical details of Commerceand LEVI WOODBURY.
_.. adyoca yorStato'llghb lie for this the best
*n U, tbneCore. the only. faithful snood. must be most beneficially affected by the ORDER-NO. 1C ?pbarco froth Havana.

With Un.oD. success of its doctrines. Great, exertions HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY. Strs of the best quality, and of every
a firm f this
the Evening cy vlction Postwill contend importanttruth for will be made to perfect the. departments ADJOTAKT' GENERAL'S OFFICE:, description may be had at his establishment

Liberty-the Conlitution-Union:" For connected with commercial intelligence, Washington, May 5th, 1831.IT 0 fAll orders in the above Une will
and our merchants and tradesmen shall find .
Liberty first, as the Ant of national blessings the readiest attention to all their wants and having been reported to the Jar De meet the earliest attention.

for the Constitution which secures it the warmest gratitude; for all their favors" that contrary to the provis- March, 1831.Loggerhead.
from usurpation j and for the Uni- ions of the act, entitled "An act to regulate
oq which strengthens it against foreign ag TERNs j: trade and intercourse with the Indian Turtle Shell.

gression. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Tribes,and to preserve peace oq the frontiers subscribers
the compact the Union must become a Union paper three times a week, $5.Advertisements approved March the 30tb, 1C03, several THE 500 Ibs. will give a fair price
of the
, without Liberty aDd the uncertain danger inserted at the usual rates. white persons,with the intention thereto above article.
of f'bjupU from abroad U infinitely Charleston, (S. COct.. 3,1831, settle themselves have entered into the Kcy West, June E.R WEAVER to CO-

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