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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 11, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. II : : 11 :: rnpg G",' :,
in Clip with Turkish dagger. He I ohh.t'.wd \ desired tMttimo '
-.. -- body u icy. upto 11
.t pg: : ; fell dead upon they spots The assassins \

.t, s :>W""a : i' ; I. wcre'ton tlntine and George M&vromiclia- I Hut ai:ttoon, aa SirChahar'! was safely'' .

S' '.... rC1brT l ,:' From the New Vofk 'Gazette. lis, the brother and son of Petro J3ey,' who housed, and.the carriages ,withdrawn, ,the ,.:'
w'.t LATEST* FROM ENGLANb "\. has been in prison ever since the month' of 1 specials collected into a,eolid! masa,"ltnd ;
lsh 00', wer7 t a R made rush into the crowd in
> '" January last!! ; Constantino immediately a (tsperate ,
'It', ,.'TII01'A ..J>GhFR Byjthe packcl ship Ontario Captain So-
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: killed by the President'sGuards, but the direction c the atones had tome..
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: ',:s.I. Jx> Twe have received our regular supply of
TERMS in || George escaped and took refuge in tho Their conduct waj truly ferocious. 'The
advance, .'.-,':jw-$ -|' er4nnnnmpayable London' papers to the 3d of November. 'house of the:.French--Consul, who received pcopler'unarmed, fled in, all directions\ many -
Advertisements Inserted gat one' dollar Tp;most interesting intelligence is that roJaHngfo him without being awafo or the crime he were struck downf'and Several severely

per-jqaare*'for the"ftrstinsertion-and" fifty serious riots in Bristol, which led had committed. OnJcorning what,had occurred bruised: d were sent off to the infirm try.

cents for every succeeding time, till order* to.great loss of property, and tho sacrifice' ., the Consul refused to give him'up Loud cries 6f vengeance now .'arose, ,and'
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cd to.be stopped. .:' of somjiJ Jives. The London Courier of to the fur) of the populace, but engaged to. many left the square, as I thought to 'go
"'- I' .d.4 the evening' :of the 2d, contains five columns delivqr, him into the hands of tho magistracy home; but in about ten minutes they rush

POETRY.: of matter on this subject' a condensed account ;as'soon as a regular.dcmand-was made. ed through one of the'.avenues from the

". of which will -,fOtlnd .'aim rig our Tho"Senate immediately assembled, by virtue hack, where they had'been to arm them

From the London Magazine. extraoft: 'Tlie Q }rie i .fep wo date of the powers with which it ia investedby selves'with stones. Then followed -a,desperate
: holds this language i sp riots: line Congress at Argos, and is at this attack on the constables, who again
k THB SEPARATION. "It ,will be seen by tho accounts from I moment employed appointing_ ,a committoo rushed out in a body and bore down, all before
'Lprsque I'on time commo il faut,, Bristol which we publish tint day that \rank I to tarry on the Government till the them 'Desperato j)lows were struck
'- ...,,lLo,moindre.bloignment noun tae, quility isnearly restored in that city, and the .
cherit 1 meeting: of the National Assembly, which. on both sides, and large area of thosquare
ce, dont on vue,
fii.Et We trust that tho, prompt measures of repression 1 ,
will be convoked. The towns had the of a
.' ... No.revient jamais assez tot. immediately something appearance
if adopted by the Government twill I tile of battle "The mob'succeeded in
MOUERE.l remain quiet, and,: the coaitmndep of, field : separating
have,the effect of convincing, turbulent- i all ,two three constables atom the
e'S"goDe'dear' Fanny!-gone at last- troopshare! taken necessary measures or :
: ly'disposed: among the lower'classes in,the for disorder. The French and ,contented 1hemselvd tI r''
We've said good,bye-and all:;i over; preventing rest, bqt they ; \V
but it:is :. : neighbourhood 'of the late scene of riot, commanders have also and:breaking their'
Twas a gay dream- past- i English adopted every disarming them, staves.!
Next;Tuesday he will sail from Dover.. that any,attempt on their part to disturbthe means ,for 'ensuring the safety,of'the' "Them was a' good, deal /o*",Ekirrhinhing
Well gentle waves be round his prow? i 'public,peace must bo marked by failure. agents and citizens of their respective coun- afterwards, but nothing decisive till dusk;
Dut'tear and prayer alike are idle;* < .'-'HIS,perhaps,hardlY necessary to inform ; tries.. ,then the mob/had'greatly increased} ''and
Obi who shall fill my albumffiowl; our .readers th t Ministers': are resolved to
:Sir Walter Scott.bad embarked at Ports- : the.sailors and fhipwrightS'liturjolned. A
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And who shall hold my pony's bridlel 'use the ;constitutional, and legal means :
.. mouth on board the fri ate Barham, Capt. desperate( attack was now made on the eoh-
Last night be left'us after tea',- which tbeypoBsess' for the;maintenance of Pigot, for Malta. ,Ho'is accompanied by stables, :and they ,vere, chlrely} defeated.. -
'L ever'thought hoM leave us-never.; order; whilst on the one'hand, they remain his eldest eon, Major Scott, and his daughter Having cleared the area before Mansion
He was so pleasant-was'nt her ; as determined, as ever ,to accomplish "
Miss! '
Scott.DREADFUL. house, th111l1u1'o a rnororcgut nttaclon
.
Papa too, said he was so clever. -
: the greatinatitrnal object to which thcvpledged
And, FanoTfyou1!!,.be glad to bear., '& themselves! when they RIOT AT BRISTOL. thq house.self.: two ,or three of >V-ma, "
accepted -
That little joy: that lookedso, yellow, : gistrates attempted, to'read'the' Riot -Act,
rpMoryiingQct.,30. 11 o'clock.
Staid
I five, and to give to every class oTHhe community 1 but each driven in, .
Bhowcrvbf'Stones.
BO like,his ,
timo
Whose eyes were my dear l'. were_ by !
Our
I has
:: those rightA'whidf'have' been fraudulently Recorder, ,,at length fatalproof
of broken "
Is a poor little.orph'aD.rello Every pain glaswa's: ;
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that there is reaction the of Bristol. .
.and, corruptly withheld:from'them no in, city -
.and the door shivered to The mob
I i atoms.
That odiou!.Miss La cretia Browne;; j faction We are in a state o.excltCJllcnt.that,
will
by a boroughmongering they "
: entire of the house
Who,.with be'rthoirid and bibles, /got ossespion! b1.10" .
pugs Is dreadful
? fail much in really to cniilempla'fe, the lower
: not to display as energy the repression Charles' and"the Aldermen
Is always ninning'througn' the townA Sir
't of sedition ,and 'riot as they have i order of people are inarching in thousands escape
And circulating tracts=and libels;, : (, ; unless by-the roof of'thoJiouse is
Because he never'danced with her, already, exercised in the assertion of thee. : towards College Green, whilst the more respectable unknown. Every 'room was searched with

.. Told her inamrna'mach'borrid'scandal.About constitutional.rights of the Britishfieople.Tiiey I .I ,clasecSjjn groups of from lixlyto the most dreadful imprecations} ( \ furni,
Lis moral +character,. have already ordered a strict and im: seventy, are canvassing fatal events that ,tutu and the Jllnela of tile roomswere bra'
For to p'ib"dil t.to tie (sandal t the are passing around them. At this moment i
partial,inqujry to be_made.Info imm di. ... kento:; pieces,and,the beautiful, chandelier, '
She*said bb went to fights: oud:fairs, v (- ate origin and subsequent proceedings two persons a're being'carri past my (vindowtheoneallot ; ,in the banqueting, room shared" the 'same'
That always gives.Papa the 1 fidgets; ,pected with tho Bristol riots, and the'most' looking lad ,ofabout fate. The,dinner and'tho wines very: span
She said he did not knowCbis: fifteen shot in the thorax, only just alive ,
prayervHe's speedy means will be adopted of bringing : disappeared. In about half anliour a troop
at St Bridget's- before tribunal the other 'sailors tile blood
apparently ,
the offenders a of their coun a '
She said"he squeeze one's Waist and hands, of the 3d Dragoons iodo'into tho, square,
try. It will;therefore, =>e out of the power streaming on the persona who, wcre carry- "
,
and the officer brfefly addrccBed1 the mob
Wbe 'er he waltzed plagueupon ber. !:l ,
him with little ,
? or'the enemies of Reform to ing hope(recovery. They
him '- chargo,upon eriire4ii{ *
with Bland's to disperse
I danced at
lady t; They-wwo:
Government are taking them to iho While with
the of those calamities infirmary.
'
He never squeezed mo-'pon my honor. ,! any part received l loud cheers, arid ''the' ralvd
tho .,soldiers, ,keeping incessantfire ,
tHis which we have justly attributed to .the are up an I "
regiment bat got the route,. sung, ( od! save the King. ,
? opponents Reform. Whilst the factionto ]ontbo green, respectable ,females on' '
(T hey came down hero to quell the riot, their FURTlilIc.PAlly'I'igULAIts.
church struck and
whom- we attribute the disgraceful and way to ,stun panic ,
What can be aoutt--
And they >>
Tho now stupid people:are so'quiet; :) calamitous disturbance at Brwtoaro! conti- baldly, to know .which,way to go for safety* About 12'u'clock at night,,a partyjoOha
They say it is to, India too, nuing their course of agitation and excitement This is t state of things; at the present 'rioters proceeded to the Co.un .I"Jo\llClt.thq

If there,.I'm' sure hell getttio liver!- ,and are printing and distributing;' at oment., I will now give, you a brief de-. windows of which they instantly,jtlenjoliahcd. ?-.
And should'he: bathe-he used to dn- f their own expense, violent addresses to the tail of the proceedings of yesterday.sttUillsbridge 'A:body.of cavalry charged "upon,'N'ra
They've crocodiles in every ,river mob, by.Hunt and his Rotunda gang the the crowd increased, ,and 'and.forced them to/desist. 'Tile' soldiers.

There may he bright eyes there-and tbent Ministry are pursuing that line of conduct, in someway information.was sent that it were assailed with stones, and some of tho,.
(I'm sure I love him like a brother;) by which alone Reform can be effected andrevolution was iutended hereto drag: Sir .Charles We- populace shot. Ort8u'ndaJ. morning ,tjio'
His lute will soon be strung'again, be averted.11 :lUierell from: this coach,and throw him in the mob' assembled in great numbers in Queen

Hit heart"will soon'beat for another. The French Government has resolved to liver;, a troop of,the 14th .was stationed 'square,and during a' time the troops, were' '
I know him' well l he is not falseBut'wben'thesong create sufficient number of Peers to car : about one hundred yards up the ranks the withdrawn Tor refreslimenti, they 'having

Or after he Las danced/ he awaltzHe loves is-playing :ry through the upper Chamber, the Bill (New Market.. I should tmve stated that in been on duty upwards of.tvyentyrfimrAhounryi.r : .

never knows what be is saying; which has passed the Chamber, of Deputies, the commencement of,tln\.week j three troop the mob entered ,the mansion house, de-r

I know'twas 'twas wrong abolishing an hereditary Peerage. of horse had arrived*BDd'"abewnhem lvel etroyod its furniiure.and,,possessed themselves
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To listen to;wrong his wild romancing very ; Some confusion had taken place in the in the city and were quartered in the neigh' of the wino in:alto cellars. .

Last night I danced with him top long, South of France, by a turn-out among the ,borhood. There' were.about 4OO special It'is needless to jay idatMhe.riDsuIt

One's always giddy after dancing: -silk-workers at Lyons, and some arrests. for constables immediately surrounding the fraught wrth the worst possible.t-flect*; I hey.
'But. when be begird' me so to sing; eeditisn at Marseilles: coach; many, I may sat most of the 'respectable 'became, quxdly ..infuriate.tied 'e erdless!
And \vbenhe igh'd and ask'd me,would I) .It was said inPatis that the 'aflairs' of tradesmen had refused to be sworn k like what p'i3ch'2tWeY commuted: ;or
And.wben he.took my turquoise rin'fr.- ,Greece were to be left to the decision! of' in..and many hirelings were engaged, who what risk, they incurr J. 'I'hhro'sccnat'this
I'm.sure. I could not help it"could I| England .and Russia. : ''had neither'temper' or judgment,:and to niorpent:wasof; the.west- dcpwved.dcscription -.

Papa was lecturing/ the girls,. ,All Egypt is infected with ,the cholera this circumstance may be attributed_most ;.'all ages; of both'sexesr; were to be
talked of .and
And, [settlementt- ,rentals; which is destructive'in of the subsequent calamities. Been: swalfowing the i
I wore a white-laced frock-and pearls mprbus, more the ; greedily intoxicating ,
.He looked so well in regimentals! principal towns than..ever the pla ueha On the road to the Guildhall the''crowd Jiqu91fthUo upon the ground the bodies
And just before w"e came away .. 1 been.; Front" .GOo to 800,persons died:dai continued to incrcaserbut, many turned off 'of scores wt'nfto bo found dead with drtuvkenhess.

While%we werb waiting for the carriage ly at Cairo. > to the bridge, to await his, arrival at the The ..troops/wero epeedily..rrpU.'
I heard,him quite plainly, say The Viceroy and his faithful Minister- Mansion House in the square. The most cod, but the infuriato mob. began to act on

.'5ometbio of Blacksmith's-.and of mar' Boghos are on board an Egyptian frigate; dreadful noises continued the whole w'y; the oflenaite, andsoUght to wrcaJtlheir,

riage. Mehemid AH cruises on the coasts, to avoid and occasionally I regret to say, .. stone ,"vCDgeanca on them for the wounds ,they
He promised if he could get leave, the scourge"which carries-off his subjects; was thrown, but no injury was done.. Afr.' ., had inflicted on the preceding evenjng...
He'd soon come back-I wonder can belLord he has with him his family apd ,the greater : ter the commission was opened,( :during They attacked them with shower.of sjones

What Hill, could is very he strict I blieve Blacksmith's; part of'.his harem. Extreme,consternation< the
( .Fanny mean) by, prevails; every body flies i by sea, or on the restrained; and Sir Charles was" imprudent:: to resist, ,no magUtrate{ being in attendance

He said he wished we ne'er had'metI ,-Nile, or into the desert, ,to seek refuge. enough twice to threaten to commit anyone "lo make the responsibility of order to thatei&ct. ,
answered-it was lovely weather! The towns are.deserted the disorder is so who should be brought before him,) the proCession *' ., :

And then he bade me not forget t fatal that the physicians,fearing to encounter proceeded to the Mansion House, Theroob 'followed} ,tho troops,;pelting
The pleasant days we passed together it,have left Egypt;' the French pbys b'u witbput the usual*cortege of carriages, them all the while! wth) ,stoneu and other

He's gone-and other lips may weave Clans alone remain at their posts. There is The twu IheruB were in the first; :the mayor missiles, till they reached the eoU.o'green,
A stronger spell than mine to bind him; .nolbnger any goterr ment. AH trade has Recorder, '&c. fn.'tho*.second,and Sit where jhe soldieragain firedujxm tlw ueo-
But bid him, if he foye'me, leave .Ceased; m&ny.bips have sailed in ballast; Charles' 'followed empty Down Corn ,to ,plewoun!|ingor 8 find m.4eine: ',Du-
Those rhymes him he made me Iov., behind 'jothers without cornpleting their cargo; some 'and Clare the,crowd and the noise con- ring the rest of the clay 4j*' was JlO further.'t'..

Tell him I know those: wayward strings vessels lately arrived from Europe frare has ,tinned to increase,#aud along the quay thousands mischief of tnerpenf done'Bjf mob, but:'

Net always sounds to .mirthful measures; tily retired, withouttouching! to seek, an jo:ned. On entering the square the: in the eJ nio" t6W proctedcd to the lJrid4i-
But sighs are sometimes pleasant things, 'asyjum) in'the islands-not infected In the 'constables began to strike the 'crowd that well, which they broke into with sledgeiatmatPjri

And lean from those we.')1'eare treasures. ports of Candia, pressed upon them,an T several stones were; and liberated the prisoners; they

Tell him to leave off drinking ne. The London;Tjmes of the 2d,slates, although thro wo. The sheritE were allowed to aligh\ next proceeded to the new jail; a strong .. .
Tell him to break himself smoking, on JBQ certain data, tlwt frwn fourto and enter veijr peaceably the constable building, which( ,coat JOOjOOO pounds.s'- '-.\.'
Tell him to get to bed at ni e- five hundred hid perished fa the then formed a dense line between the 'carriage :f VVien| WQ beard His hours are quite provoking, persons and the door of the bouse and the :
.' riots at Bristrol. u tiled ,an.y attempt on the prison as tlio
Tell faim I hope be won't get fat, moment'Sir Qbarles alighted he cowed wilde! could have,
;t crbeeoe: that been 'imadf "
'TeJ !:"!U to act with due reflection; Count Capo d'latria was murdered l it.Napoli and the
down ran jnto house. At1'this moment gin bat wo lost no time In nvthjpe to
Tell him to wear a broad-leafed bat. the 9th of th
; brother
on October By clqud stone thrown te'carriag5wljjcbgreaUj =
a were at he sent, The eceiie which thefyjprofciuitMif
he'll ruin his
else complexion.
Or and,son,of Petro hey A detail of the ,
damaged it, and a ,,& will never be rfiViteMroiji
:' our
Tell Wm'l: am will today, circumstances atteadiag his death is thus blow from a thick stick, demolished a gkai memory. Along the New root of
Perhaps to-morrow i'lt be better, gien1n a letter from that place: 'of the dior.
Thecarmge drove
of, JqpcoplQ .b ,{.aJ, a deaN --01'h 4 as-
Tell him before a he consoling goes way letter-, "This rooming, a1*the President was going became Pal if tli eooetabl.. -.abtecJl! and on the oppniie bask of the

Ten. To"him write to tend tae me down that song according to custom, to attend the M|* Ud 'goy iftto the haw and emit *te door, ->ver, sad, i rfM 'wh. ref f tM _yo coold

lie said be loved tile best of.any- .. vice at the churclyiwo wen who wane at or had at sites n4ir...), {[& veopIe wotilr '.. .h ,twrro' irt' ... '

Tell him I'm sure I can't live long ,. the door aseafsinaiqd lam, one fireiaff a pis. liave ." sooty -dJ to, .sctyaa tie Q eel ipx niait: ,:

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thither aljjoibooks < overni ioj u en to their awof&wioiring ; es. 'SinloltttlCj..
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f .procured immense tilt tlt the ad. From the & edition gt; the lfriRoIJr.We : and atlbattimo built thTPfCSVbick
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;'. > joining sHip yard, pnd' with. them hits ,massive .that confidencei; j*: to- Comfortable'tfchfcfnias
may.now fay : : } i i& sill! very :.
,locks,on the iron doors of tfiddiuere'rjtwrigs stored though' the cjty-siiU wears ,InOvip-' w I tc-liresent.dcca I ryto
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were smashed, to atoms. T e. PJ't- of gloom-ivory- few +sbbj ., we cartestifyritbcing: > > ,
fjpnrf
Boners were now released, and the scenes open pearanco,'and business still: i. ing..in.a measure ptaYfty( ourselves1, .. Tife W>iterpf the_ arti ;1 <,. .

Which followed were beyond descriptfcri. suspended "We I 11U'1 now.sincere pleasure .- cle in rile. 4cpclopvrdia .hasVpmjit f die 'iht' ,. ...

' '' The prison'wrfs then set"OR lie: .' ..TheToll in stating,tlrat.the parish! ,authoruies\ are,', at tmporf(sit it "qt11 his description of the-s* J\\ 1, .'_ f.. .
Houses wero next set fire to and consumed the most
the employing
presentmomfnU lndwe alf do the extensive natural:
t6
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'g then|the ,Gloucester county prisonwas efficient means.to bring the plunderers, and ; MRS.from. ..IIOWxAitUytsn la' fe6toLe t
forced,the prisoner liberated! and the incepdiarics to. that justice; which their : ; Spit I Ponds; the working of which, weare", Cello d o :Ot1ic o Kb. &.
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Building fin=d. The 'mob next proceeded crimes,deserve. We regret toad tbaBhe : happy to state, has commenced under very, Callc. Obripia.Havana ;., ,"-," -

; ''f i to the BishopV palace, into which they for?.. 'fires are not yet extinguished; though'|here favorable auspices. In a jery few years it4ilj s--",: .a Jab. 1; 1832.._ .' r c, *9 tC'-.

ced an entrence destroyed ,its furniture, is no fear of their extending beyond,, the, ) j in .all'prpbability; be thd B0jrc8 of .
"r ', and set fire,to-tho edifice,, which Was soon premises previously materially damaged ; .. the Jtoti e"
: and add
wealth to proprietors greatly
consumed tdashes.. The military did not great ,
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interfere, having 'no orders to acts The ; 1 L J to commercial al i irrwiortance of the placeI ALL .persons Ifa li 'rebt forbid cutting

houses adjoining the mansion house, including TJIE', GAZETTE t&ttft.t VJ i t i A K.-iJ A t tcmovinff anfc *bod or timber front ."
.. I the lots of over which
s tho custom house, were set firo to .at KEY WEST. : : < f' '. Arrived, oil the t 4fli instant, the U. 8. any con ground trou1), whet et within tn4 subscriber"has the 'limits

midnight. r Sloop, -War. Vbrdfcyxia', Capt. Sutrirtiicfe, ot the Toeh diy; nth intetfor.df,the Is*
Tho customhouse as readily be WEDNESDAY; J>N. H, 1832.; ,
may supposed 4 cruize. Mrt SifAtfen the American lands WttlidiltLaving first bbtiine\iperfnissioh. -
t < \ was a large buffding, and the,expertness -=.--- __. -'-, from ,a ;. All bflehdera will be jproseculcd'to",
of the.: wretches in lighting; it up, it is The following account-of ICeyY I is Confuj at Havana, came irt# her'as.a: the extent'of thif. Iltw -.:/ '-1-: : VWt "-

: certain, proved tho,.destructSon: of ,many extracted from the Encyclopedia'Americana passenger The Officers:arid Cre\v are.all A. WIHTEHEAD.:
who were rttnging tho tipper apartments.: *-- ,veil The is list or' h6se Key West, Jan. 111632. i9 3t.
a work lately' published the United'Stnhs following. a, ,01\ I, IL L y I,,u -
Many of them were seen as they approach'ed -
hoard 0: rt\V e araauthorised.toauriot nie' RO.BEHT .
,
{ \the windows to drop;into the flames, and one which contains a great variety ; R. FLETCHER sq. as a. Caridi....

and, others among whomwasa; female, .of valuable, information I1:' Capt. Edward R.; ,'Shubrick- Lieutenants date far the Office.. of.Sheriil'of'.M nrO'o'

-a threw themselves' I in desperation from! tho "KEY-WcsTr-A'small island,sometimes, Frederick ,Englei; Henry Bruce,: Henry '11. County at the ensuing election :
\vindtiws Tlje fatter woe carried to tho. Key West, .Jan tl, 1832.. 10 4t.
: r.aI 'Thompson's Island, belonging .tp I Bell;f Surgeon John 14. 'Chandler, : Purser '
; infirmary.where; she,has since died, the'Ula ted States, situated tfithin tho Keef'-- Slerrett t Ilamse' Acting 'Alaster",John' L. QjVo are authorised' '.to announce JO
Altogether, there Chas. been completely islands y; EL YANCEY as Candidate for 'the. Office
from the : '
: Tortugaa .to
destroyed! 42 dwelling)houses and warehouses extending Cape Florida, in:'lat, 24 deg. 25.: niirj.jjfH; : ,. 1: .Spencer; .Surgeon's! ;]'Mate". Edward, .Free, of Clerk of the. County\ Court,r ., at- the. .cnsuiofEUection. -

'1<;0' exclusive'of hq mansion! !house,exciselrowe tb mainland r Ihndj ,Midshipmen' George R. Gray! Vfm. :
; ....... miles from Cape Sable ? nearest Jan;'4, 183,. 'tit 'fr.'
. .., customhouse, the four fell houses of Florida;and 70 miles l from ,the northern (r. F rrariJQhn D: Dale, VVm.: D* Ilurst, '" ., ., '1...

; :,.? the! th t jgo*prisonsand the ni hQP'jS palace. shore of Cuba. It i is ten ,miles ,J long arf '\V.:Humphreys, Matthew'S.;Pitcher, '

; J:: Not ,the 1 least painful l reflection, is, that af't and bl1 ,,al.arca. of tlbouU.OQO, acres. .. ..It Al ;'k, ilostf John .II. SlierbourheRich- i -1Ir p( 8 ls
: \ '
, ter .the' destruction! 1Cf'the'? Custom; House, has: a good"soil'whicWJia? been yet but lip; ", EI1TILL'be'received
fs:'t: 'th )f'P1ainder' of'bo' mUchTcf'Was owing tle'cultivated, 'and tho;.climate has ir/ general -,: and. Cogdejl: Edmund Lanier; John Anthony ;.v V ,by"the subscribers

/ .tho.wantonTufyof! truly 4 insignificant' healthy I j Captain's! Clejk Ebeness.. Lowe, until the'firseday of February next,
extremely ;
proved jC-liashow-S:! !; : ,. for building Stone Jail in the town of Key
nunroer '6f .wretches, almost exclusively '..ever, in'Certayji: seasons, been subject tQjdesplating > ,
fI1tQ, "
\ boys. 'Wo saw three urchins,,apparently".not fevers, which, have; l hccn.attributed .afleeting of tbV; Town Council" of.: i to, in accordance,with an Act of,the Legis-'

,,' \_ pioro'than ten or ;twelvo.yeara: c-C. age, to'accidental t 1'caus s. 'rUe.first' etllement Key .West, held. on Friday,' the( '6th' Instant, l attire of Florida'passed the las t session.); A
, who, vyljen their retreat from the attic: floor, 'upon it 'was'made about the year J a2O,;:after : \* elected) I,oflTcers : piaU'of,the'proposed building'may.. be seen, ,
.the
.}'a.: ,atone of,the.houses Jiad been cut,ofT, and the Cession of Florida,.to the' United/ following;'gentlemen, ; ere by applying. ,ta either of the undersigned! ,
t 4 whilst:thoflames' wero bursting"out from States. It has, now about ,once hundred fortht year 1032 J' L. ,M. STONE,.
. bencaUtthem clambered r \1.s"rONEfPrcstcni.\ ; : W. 4. 'VnITEIJEAI1. .
,cooIy along a coping buildings, some of which are large. ahdrcommodious.and'300. ; ,
" ,projecting not morn than p inches, ( inhabitants. iltjias'a I .-Js"ALEX.. PATTERSp'fflt'Clcrk.', Commissioners.
w ; De. '"
!" 'aqd entering .adjoining' (house, immcdiatey"8et.fuo .. good harbor, easy of''access,ante".of sufficient i- '- R., R. FLETCHER. Marshal, :*", r rKey-\Vest I' tl,:1831. gi tt.. .ai

1 to a: bedstead and .furniture. water'for vessels of the largest size. i "

From the'time we 1 tave, named many :;of, It is advantageously situated/or commerce);,; COMME 1tCIAL. 1 :Blelltion. !,..

. .the older,ones gave themselves up; wholly to and I :it is already the se6tof' d considerable ; 1jT 1 rd .
'" drinking We feel 1 ceriain,that if So'men trade with the Island of Cuba The "' >UBLIC.Notice is Lerebyeivcn;that 8n.
commerce '
.... coultl'have.Ieen collcoted, more than one : COMMERCE. ) OF KEY WEST FOR 'election"wiUJi'e.iield on thetfiist Mon-f"
Atlantic and
N between the toast the :
,half"of-the property, could have ,been pro-': islands of Cuba and Jamaica, and the ports .:, 'THE LAST Y AR.,, 'fas day a.Towri'Council.in February,4182 Chamber.it the room m ;the nor Townof used

tected. But the'.whole'city seemed panic on 'the O"rr'ot Mexico, all'passes near the Entrances the Custom House .f Key West'foV.! 'tie choice k'Cjroner.Sheriff ,

struck,'and but'few cared"except for their Island.: : ,It is.a fDllhary'post'of tfje. United From Foreign Ports, 'a2 and ClerkihCount: : :: Court, in

personal.safety. On.this night; 6t least,.it States( and Is1 frequently visited by. :the- .Coastwise, -118 ,and for the County"bf'Mouro&Vo&iorj 'oft! ,
*nay be,truly,said, the city; was given up,to ;; chips of war on the West India station: It.: Florida. The polls id.be"'open fronV tuna

'. Bunder. In the 'heart of the town, ;young: is the seat ot Territorial 'Court rihe''SoQthem Total, .' ,-j. /: :j' .,...290Df'thia o'clock A. M. until fonr p:. 1\1.. 'A8'' the
fellows, i'n partiesof fOUfr five .or' erx. repaired District of Florida .0.- following persons arcappoited Judges fsaid.
and whiCli-'llas" number; F oreig n"vessels election William n..sbai, Thomas, Gibson .
tri liquor shops public liouses ,
I" frequent jurisUiction of.cases of wreckers.. ''.. ". '. : -
:o. George E. Weaver.
d5ory ; jirere \ v 22
t.... at tho time" intoxicated,knocked at the ,
It has Marshal and the Uni-' '
a Attorney American *
0f 'I
,
Vessels <\M ( 268' D. C.' FIN KIIAM,
randcom'mandca drink 'oir blood.. In.somoinstancesweknow ted Statesand.a; Collector of,.the'C sfow: ':. F : ,. 1' :.. ; J. ___ Presiding Jutiee1\f.. C. C
,
: ..that they broke into The nameJRey Wqst is'said 'to be derived ?, Total, -:- r' ,:.290yessels Key-West, Dec. 29,, 1831. ,17 tf.Extract''from..a .

t premises,;helped themselves" and insulted! from Cayo J1"e'Ot(bo o islet)' a 'nanio'given .. I> ,_ ,. .. ': "' --
theowners.; And.thorfthotnilitnryf broughtfor ,arrived, not enter .." ,. ;
to this Island by'the. Spaniards, o'ri.acr.: obliged'to JttenUQi1!
buKespecial protection could not act for."Rot'Or count of its' shape .. 1 -and therefore'not included i in; the .

orders -, ,,' abgve, = ;. =x 175, '
,: M mingpawned on'such a'scene as had We takd this opportunily, 'of' correcting.a?, : Clearances at the I Custom' House:< 'Law'1 o'f '.tllc

., 'never !before beenwitnessed in' this place< few Inaccuracies" iai.the above extract, 'and For Foreign" .Ports" -\ 158 United States dated I 6th
.
'rhe flames it is true,were subdued, butt of adding; a felt >pdric( lafs, '*hich ,have Coastwise,. ,. I. : 124, March, .1802. ,

the'appearance of Queen" square WDs'Jppnt- 'tome to our knowledge J The name |I Total, -4' ,282
. : Cayo ; "
liruj,m he'ext!' riJo.. ..buildings l I ...n.-i, ,v ; ........ SECTION, XIX.
xverelreduced :.of l rui ,Hucso was not given tct jt by the Spaniards'in ( '
tp a beat smoklrijj sf Pf this number,- Foreign'Vessels w tlvery.pcH6n who, stall
and in consequence of:ha resemblance in ... .. ', procure or cn-
others-were momehta"'J.falling ? >hape' r J'r. d".''. ,. ;,.. : ; :: ,\ .. -21.rme lice S'OLDIERof'ihia'. United States*
Awhile around,i in'various parts, lay-several ri- to a.50n,btU fcom'tlieirtiavid frwMJ'great '1can yessels, .. .V. 261 desert, bt'. ,tth shall 'purchase' from
any
.
,,4,oterSin"| the last stoge 6t senseless intoxication : quantities o.f htltnSn bbri l s upon ''iidl :',*,', ._.. f ,'. ,'irptal ,' 'Soldier, his' Arms, Unifom1'CJo' ,rotany' .
.
i
-
and with'CQuntenanccs .morn.tesem : t ? ... ; .. ,282. '
bUng fiends than men, Meaniunetiie'eoU on'\traces. thee bones to,the result.pr/s t ( ,!:" :' ." --- part: thereof; and any "Ca itain 'or'

, -:r" diers that had been ordered'out .,of town /. great battle, fought soma' 120 jeate since .1 Commahdihn-'Officer ,of'any,: Ship,or'VetieI -
, .' 'were remanded.r"'J between the 'tho l lalds"and, Valdd of Imports from Foreign I6rtsJ! l, who shall enter;; on:,board: such Shipor ?
Aoorigines'of "
( io Foreign Vessels, '.' ,. x$51. Vessel;as"one' of his 'Crew ,'or other
,. Towards evening, the tlaos1n: i severalhouse $ ,13
't.. 4 "
: tho Indian land.in"which
tribes, from the. main wrists
Inc AmericaiiVessels i : such
C
brok -..,62,41.24: tty'away any: Soldier orj
in. the : ut fresh and "
; of "
part the payenwrjrjn"? i : King 'street ;i fq. i Totals f2|s' ; :$6T. 63S7. of his shall
forced -up by the'heat arising tiara, 'some; .nilillated'j rh6Se who ,escaped trustirjg i :: Commanding Officer/ .upon

brand1'hicb was burning in the ..plta-1 e- hemselves:to the,Ocean' in n.canoes, landed Value' of 'Exports to. Foreign; 'r- tion Legal of conviction Court, be, havign fined'cognizance at jtbe. discnx of
neath.: but ire readiness( In Fofei ." .' any
the.englnert'xjipg Vessels
safely obi ,the Island of Cuba; where, $17,321: 68 the, same, in, --any sum "not exceeding
no further occurred. An Jn,Amencan Vessels, lf,830
injury attack, on : 76
It is said, some of their descendants are yet'to Three Hundred Dollars ; orbe, ,imprisoned j
the shipping having: been anticipated, JMshipa > i Mp Mi Mit
.. .
'.er, ; were rung, signal guns werafir' *'. be found. :"" -..: > 'Total ,$35,15244, ; any term not( exceeding onoiye rfw ,

cd, and thing was for.anttack. '" .,. ,
every prepared That tins Island was fprmery| inhabited :
; Daring the.
: '! .-The Earl:: of Wverpoot was moored by Indians, we think is a tablisbgd 'oyt Era. Salt Fish, cured year.in, about the Dist 11,000 iet;were quintals ex, ,-Extrac.t.!> de un Le Lb
' iu the centreof the
river and
I mounted with ported to Havana. con
-' i guns, an attack-on her in particular being' existence of a nmit+bell; of. nSpunds, ,Buppo- .. Estados Unidos; few

i expcte4ihut i happily theae aftticipationsvcnhojmilied. sed to bvcrbeen burial, places< One.' of IL '. 'cha. del 16 de, Marzo,

+ % I Jit being thqughtpossUbl.thatlfyie these was opened and examined about the .' 1802.. '

rioters c.orpmwc, l .heir at. year '1$t3 --'U contained n number of but tNTELLIGENCt-. d' '
; .
f ...
tacks, theyjvmuld: in all pro vblljty) endeavor SECCION XIX. ,
skeletons :
to u ts.to total : jnan ,gold and silver; ornaments; rO RT OFtKElAIUliVED wIgsT j '
darkness, ; .
.
:
< 'bj cutting ol I.t gasapipejt, the rnagiatnjc _: .. ., Tersona"atguna quien procura o* asisti
'el huir 'de SOLDADO de Los
i. .g 4' iasucd' tom" recommendirig : SINCE OUR LAST./ algun

,'inJSabitants! lluWjWto,,:their i housos_a: gireir ::1 in.3:Spanish'Scbr.. Sr.n Estados Unidos, o' quien comps de al-f
r;,; to Key West I U eomrJi invent to The: fonne>; .Fernando,Bal. gun Soldado. sus Armas bestido do Uni-
"... :: reco'mmendation. tJtj ich was generally complied dew,'Tftn4tundries to Pi.J. J'ontaine., I ,
, with. The wiurchea were) also lit up, Secretary of the Navjtg.of( that i"av\>ey it 013, Jan. 4. Schr. Motto, Barker Reef. : formi 0' quatesqnera pane de ells; y alguii

,> and the posse comitatus of tte 'tveral'Pa-, ct4sed'to bear for fame ;time -jj.. ; is fourand Scbr. Cora., Baker, New'York, boond to I IJPensacola. apitain .o1 Oficial Mandahdo ale n3:

: : fishes were, statiohed Jn them.a constant a. half miles long, instead J of tdn; 'and sailed Sth.j .:o' Barco quo sea, o' 'quien so
=< > j! .Scbr..Helen Mar, of Salem N. J. Cornell.. embarca en ella como Marinero, o* 'do
tlUl1l'tOgJtepr pand Wieved at st4tettIntervals 200 i ,
,
ISO to bri added
.. may tcitq population |troml'lqsau. hound to Mobile. qualesquera nuxlo lleva Co alguo
: ; the members of ,, ded.the wbola nighl ... as ,, '. Jan. r. Sloop I Rooke, Reef. Soldado, o' quien-deja do entregar el

I.:"it<, ': Tho total number of ki1l8l1lt8d,* ; id Key West was granted In 181S;'li| :bbn erty--Burrows; Ilava dicho Soldado ala omen def Oficial

,., ed, as far as we have been able to wiccrtain, Juan Estrada acting Governor-of' .at1'Ji)- : I Sloop Dre'a, Park v JJinna. '" Mandando, sera obligado- pagtr noa
is w roll ws:-Four men and JBWB Vvon>ujj ride Don abQpiary Ellen, J..eaUn',1Janna. mnlta S<' un ladescrecion de la-Corte qua
to Juan P. Salw for military
a {ittle boy also who was shot iftr uflfe : Sloop Cuba: Sawyer Havana. Jenga conocimiento del tnistno, en 'qua-

bavi ljpjlt not expected! to rccdvfrj;Wmty..o) 'i ervic.ea rendered the'Protinte"during the Sloop'.Azelia, Aederson, Havana. J juera sucna no alendo ariba de Tre
's '".f "other pemons, including (bar 11'0111'J": ;:u. of what is called by the Spaniards Jan.from U. S. SLip Viaccnnei' Cpt.? Sbubnclf cientos pesos o1 puesto en la. pricioapor
Hava
glee sec" liotec Iarasion who apd a cruize. .. I un terming noeiendo ariba de u8
t ; 'fi't of thtstu' : ). ; bat Jatt tO. ftpfmiib. ,
t"W Stooik 8atin! .. ...... .
IMJ.Ut
, < .. Z jI > < ."... '( .,
"f'L .. ,
'...:.IIIIi_il!"," ..'."-.:.."" _.., ..".._"' 1"3. ," "_" -> ,_",..,_,,', .":"."."' ., ,",.-.c. : ...!!UIJIIII'. ..'.- ': : t.'tII,:';'J 117 --iA.4i, _'w'I.i. b. i'f "<' t ". .. ,



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ANEW kv 4. JudcsUncf.

,
: 8 t\, and w Q1:'

; a r ether. yid Ilti .Be .
bob n _$ te(0,: tlea jicncca Or dinartcq )lia I\1U fQexpressly

Roomil"'r.d. "'" icy : ";13uttip :tl\m\ tot .without potmisaib'n Bratwn : .. repealed by t..16'.ncil.. .
B i1O1s *otage* \btainoo froth 'th Couhcil, shall 7'. ; VS" 'a'.

I ICsySi >l wrecking vest'etrta ,?orl(eit'aiSd' 'pn>.;rqJ. PasS. ngtt BO land .." OItt vGE--. II, :: :A'*'4-,

i :\; s nder -charge of red, besum' ft1nt'dollaH', Constituting a Qomtouttee of Finance
v. krrrs entefinff. .f!,or leaving# this Portougli Sec!" 6' iJg t +; icr3Aa' 'ordaintd+ .'That tt '
., TTOa I: the Nor r West passage" ,and draw* "r'f foreign"' paSs ngerbihdlng.YUh n thoTJownforJKeyfVest Be ordained by the President and '
," IE n (four feet ''water* or ,_shall pay.twolarrf : ,' 'without 'petrriissiori Members f. the, Ibtm Council of Key
'qo.rt J.JQ oft per! foot:to any Piht t lulcring.cis. ,first: md'atned. from the Town Coun- West, ;TJut ftbta'and hOcr tho passing of
'A' f! ',' services but if said.vessel tloes not receive dl n the this Ordinance,two Members of the, Board
r co ; wr, wiirjoiil) Raving .necessarypassport limo
said,Pilot half pilotage onltr lull be' other evidence ,his to be dcsignat&)l.by the President from
T'YA'E: .a-ecele'Jnjnx.. t1 r G per paid; or qf being allowed time
to shall'constitute
-a Committee of"Fihttn'Ce.
if It Pilot dots nol tender his '
JCHSchoonerJltompcton.! : xJeJ si'fe service:but- freely to depdrt from the port whence
at&ortnj'efitof E yGoods"F i ey'Articlea: filde the bar oftho said Ndrth-WtSt1pas- the came, (if any'is usually granted at such .' Be ,.
.
Groceries Liqu6rV, Vic., .tic'canslstIng: in *ace> then he shall. not claim pilotage;or place,)Shall"he liable toentclr into bonds in 5 it Sec.sliali bo 2*, it further ,ordained, That
Wart;.of th'6 following rt1cll half pilotage. tho of .,000' the duty, of the said Committee
.., R QChRIII'8. ,sum: $ withgood security to
to examine ahtl audit all bills'or
LIQUORS. Sec, fc/lVlren' two ot mort Pilots shall+ be approved of by the ,.President of the accounts
Holland Gin New, Orleans Sugar presented against tho Council to eXftn\\
tender their services of ; no.
St'Coix doT to any vessel the first : o.nnci1t br a Justice, she Pcncfe, to do i
Rum the
Jamaica accounts of Marshal
,. N. England do '.Loaf:tt.Lump do ,alongside shall be accept,and if keTs'+ed, i. part from tho Island wlthan'such time as and make tlibTrcasurer) : ,
reports quarterly as to the statQ
Country Gin Young,til yson Tea tho said Pilot shall be entitled io received mny bo deemed reasonable or on failure of tho Finances, .
Cherry Brandy Coffee*' Tobacco LaIr pilo.\ ge.. > ? committed d to jail., .'.
Madeira: WineTenerifle .,.-: ';'Ras1ns.Shocolato I Sec. 10. When U..Pjlot shall ducovcrtwo Sec. Got Be it further ordained, Thattlio.severalo D. C. PINKHAM,. -
.
do",* '\' ..Soap( Segara or more vessels, it shall be his.duty to .fines and penalties! herein enacted Prcsdt T. C.

I ?Malaga,.. ,do'C'do';'""\' Sperm Tallow and visit that' which is nearest;unless a signal of may be recovered before the President II. S. WATERHOUSE' ,
... .Port. ,: do': Baberry CandlesClaret distress be exhibited on one more remote of the Town Council-or. any,Justice (./""...

x tgfpermint'+ Cordial 'Powder Pilot, Bread and; ,Shot*Crac- and any:.Pilot fading to comply "with',this of, thb ?earn: P., C.'GUEENE.hontinucS .

Baapbetry do.k ",, Flow Fnltori provision. shall forfeit his Branch.;, u"-- to transactCicnernl Agency
I Market Beef. Sec. 11; Any Pilot charged before tho' 'ORDENANZA-.NO. D, ? Ladd Commission Business. '

. ., ,.,JDR' GOOD Town Council,of incapacity o'r negligence,' Ai rcgandot lat; introduction, de PasagcrotfEstrangero Goods taken gn Storage &c. .
; shall, << ,conviction, ,be 'deprived of-,his H twill bo receive
to
upon always
'Superfine Black.Cloth, do Olive do, Linen \ -, tn cl Pueblo de_ Cay. : T" happy
Shirts, Cotton do,. Sewing:Silk, Jriah, Branch Hvcso. and executa all ctrdcrs.in his Imo of'Business. -..
'
linen, Assorted Muslins,Prints, Belt Rib-, Sec.. 12. .All fines and pen'dltipeimpus : .. *. ,
Ions,Calicoes,Lace,Shawls, Gauze RnrTs. ed by this Ordinance shall' be.recovered before Por cuAntbj ,Varios cnminales, ,delinhuentics l\ey\Vcst, 28th.March. 1831., ,! '
Cravats,Gloves. &c,- the President of ihe Vown Council allowing : fcdhtra las lees dcl {rais ,do dondo .
-
".'AUO": to the parties/in all Instances,an \intoron, han' lido introducidos jeh csto THE 8UBSCIUBER3,' : .

Ao1: + Extensive Assortment.. v 'appeal to the Council,, : Puerto procedthtcs debtros' ;featranh eros,, HAVING taken the Store'recently.oc .
,ofREADYMADE' I, Sec. '13. Whena Pilot shall tfo on boardof : .ciimo la continuacion de ecmcjahtes en- bfPortb &'St iuard": in the...
:tra'dds' ;:North East end of F..A. Browne' --Ware'*
,CLOTHING a vessel,he shall exhibit his ranch,and pucdcn ser atendidas como do inju-
: .,
House
; & also Tumish the Master 5rnmarid- riosas consccucncias la coraunidad brier for le'on accommodating'tcruis
& shall : or para : ; '.
iltikral
..--.'.,'. > ,+,, "( er pf said."vessel with:.a. copy: of this Ordinance. utnenos/ 'quo"medidas no scan tomadas pa DRY GOODS assortment of '."': < -
,
; &c. & '
CUTLERY. .... ..' ; .,, ra ten'cdiarksti .GROCERIES, -
.. : ;& ..!i, .; Sec 14., The following rates of Pilot- 1 Portanto sc ofdenapor''el Prctideritc,,y SHIP CHANDLERY, '
-* '.' ,', arc allowed Micmbros del Cabildo Quo dcsdo el
tage -
: cOn pnI GEbRGE
E. WKAVEtl &
f.'LSO' ,
'
) [ : I, C-jt
"... I a vessel drawing 5 feet, '. '.-. $7,00 meto 4lel-rues de Noviembro proximo; en mKey Wc. .r_April SO, JC31t 'f '
:,1 '
,. /A '6, *i .- 000 ,delartle -el Capitan tlettinlqurer a Buquo ,
too'numerous
"be Variety inserted.of other Articles!.,. :' to :I'l i, t'U .' ,7 '*c. 1000, entrarfdo do nlgun Puerto o ,Ivtgat' +tlAangoro .. DR. 'D. B. STROBEL .

Key, West. ,. N'ov 2, 1f2l.' ,. .' .. ::0'KRTRILL"lI.DONALD VV ," \ ',Yc. I" 8 cc ".. ''": 1200 a'el' do Cayo Ilueso! "ha de tnaVuTcslar TILL continues to Practice his'Prof .
: cc D. :u '- 13 BO al I Escribiento del Cabildo cl numcro'do t>a- ton in all its:Various Branches.-:,*

.. ,, .. ;:c c '. u .10 ',.CC'i r -' 15 00, ,sager9S, no,ciudadanos de los Estados ,U- T also keeps unhand, a constant and, .
I / SUIp'CARPDTERS., ce. ( ,II :,< .. 1660 nidoa,ni vccinos del.Pueblo do Cayo flue I fresh supply 6f Genuine : \.J' .J JI
'r .
,R TnTESPECTPULLY' 'inform'their frienUs U1'i':) "''xl2. !Ice .* 1800 go;f,y ha do pagar al Tesorero per cads pa- I Drtigs larfd Mcdi ;in s: .'
,- .
"' ''
: and the Community in 7g ne'ralliat : v; ...''c'['. .A-.. -v 13-'*:" :'". I960 sag ro Un''Peso. Atl:orders' will meet punctual .attention.
they will'riifdertake'to: repair\ upon'the'tliar- .."'j'' ,"', 14 '. '.. ',. s.':' 2300 Sec. 2' El Capitan decualquier: a Buquo. Key Wcst2 lhMarch. 1831.- .* '
'tesfnotice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats.i ),,j# '1 10""'. ,"'".. :1&f'. ,.. ...- iSTOO,. faltando a manifestar dentro de24 horns des* "
Application: 'may be'tnade* at ihe Store of .'. ,r.s:.tca'f.,16. %"f'. "- ', ,,3200 puc&'de la'cntrada tic dicho Buquc,' ha,des S. J NOTICE. T
P. J. Fontaine. iKeyWest :.cc ,;'. .17-:" .,ft! ::3600 jer multado y pagara ademas do la suma, citizen who '
; ,'Nov.2a,4e31... '. ',, A ';.' '.' ,..-,:", 18" 4900 'ante dicha pOi calla palagero Cinco pesos. ANV may apprehend 'DE-
from tho U. States'
fa Jbw .. .". ,"" ". Sec 3..Ningun dealgun ,. Troops,
J. J. MITCHELL r9' 4500J20 pasagcro estrangero and deliver hint over to ah Officer of the
I n .; .f 6000 Buque ha do ser permitido desem- Army mil be paid the sum of FIFTEEN
NroUMShtho'piib'fl teat lie has located r '131 cc' 55W barcar en el Puerto do"Cayo lIueso,amenos -DOLLARS. Cot each Deserter thus iccured., '

I htarSfcl'f.In this,Total for tho par- "*< *. 22" 7- 6000 quo no.haiga publicomento y librcmchte J. M. OLAB8ELL, .

.pose rjf carrying on hw trade| as SAIL-MAKER a 23 .. 65'00 salidodcl lugar.de su procedcncia tiene ,. Major Commanding
&RIGGER,in all its various branch- 24" '. 7000Sf en,su poder pasaporto,o otro testimonio tal ,Key Wct, Apht7, 1831_3i ,

es. He 'occupies,'1.0\' in!. the Shop'of c. 15. '\Vh n"'ft Pilot shalfbc detain' cual como los que so conccdcn en el Puerto OFFICE OP TUB "...'? .

'Mr., ,Atkins., ? ed on board any vessel after she has arrived !de su!! .proccclcncia purmiticndolo su enlida. BRITISII VJCE-CONSULATE, .

Key-\ycst/Nov.9,183l': : : .. .10 'tf in the harbour, at the request of the i Sec. 4. El Capitan de algun Buquq quo And Agent for Lloyds ,London,' antf theAssociation
Master or Commander of said vessel, said jraiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo Hucso al- of Underwriters, Liverpool,
: .: ORDINANCES Pilot shall be en tit'ted to demand and. receive i gun pasagcrd que hayga lI! lido clandestina- ,NO. 6, FflONfr-STBEET."' ,

.' Three Dollars for every such day. I :mente de algun lugar y que no, peace'pasaporte Office\hours from 0 A. x. tQ o'clock, I'" M,
Of the. Town Council I"t passed" "pec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n :o,otro testimonio de haber sido perm5iidosu tf Key\Yest,20th April, 183J.,
: Branch shall the time obtains :-the ; salida permiticndole desembarcarsin -
Oct. ':15 1$3LORn1NAIWEroe. at he ---
same, pay into the hands of .the.Treasurer ,I permiso primero obtenido del Cabildo' THE CITV GAZETTE, *,
.' TEN DoLlARS,also one Dollar. the Clerk, Iia de ser multado y pagara por,cada pasa- aiD. CO MEBClAt DAi ADVEBTISBB.A .
8.
for issuing'the'same. :gerq asi desembarcardo Cincirenta Pesos Journal pf Commerce, Science, Litera- '
f'to: regulate the Pilotage ofthi Port. Sec. 17. AM, Ordinances and 'parts' of ;Sec. 6.' Que ciralquter pasagero estran- tune and the'Arts.PV .

He tftrdained by, the ,Council. of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordi gero desembarcando dentro del Puerto de' SIMMS& DtTttYEX;

Town of Key Wttt 'That.when .any, per- nance; are'hereby 'repealed.Rcgula'ting Cayo Ilueso,sin! permiso primero obtenidodel Tile CITY 'GAZETTE Is ono of tho
son shall be'desirous of}having the situation Cabildo sin toner el pasaporte ncctes- oldest ,existingJournal* fn thtt-Ur;'States:: J

of.Branch IWiofpf this Port,he shall presentto 'ORD N NCFg-No. sale otro testimonio de halter sido pernai*' Under many'Propriotorsiticoursov fowl:
the CornicA&:'written petition; whereupon i jtidojaiiMibrertfente del Puerto de su! procedenciq(8i exceptiuni, ,bare always been American'
the introduction tf:foreignersIr&o and popular. Of late from neglect
it shall be'the duty tof the Council to appoint '. ""*' ) tostumbreen tal lunar)ha do other .u'ae.it.lnRuoDce yean and
\l7est mlgrethan any
a committee of three competent per..... the 'Tbicn. of Key ( ser sujetb,a entrar en obligacion.cn I la puma: patronage bad visibly declined. Within thelast
sons to make enquiry into the"qualification.! WHEREAS several criminals, Offenders'! '1-' de$1000 con buena fianzaquerate approba .l year however, toe present proprietors,

and fitness of the persons applying, and restrt ,gainst the Jaws of the country when o. do fat;el Presidenleviel Cabifdott un.jiroz hiving .entered .upon a, course of policy
.thereou at the next succeeding meet. they came, have lately Arrived at Key J jde paz para'que alga d6 la Ysla'debtrottc1tie more consistent. with toe politic. of'tho

of trre board, wben,the prayer 'of tIle'pet1loneu1iMt West from'Foreign Ports, and as a confinuance ; .npo corm,sera conSlderado ra'zonabto o 80land; Laving made numerous; additionsto
be actedon, : all Pilots appointed of such arrivals will be attended -; ,en..faltan'do sera conducido a la carcel, the mechaQlcat.improvements'of, their
shall their by injurious: consequences '( "See. las multas ordanadas eltabliJbmeDby4t'tin,; it out,in a new and-
'previous to receiving- many: 6. Que aqui handsometype, and on'i larger sheet and-
Branch, give bond with good and .sufficient the community unless .means be takctt'to jpuederi! ser cobradas por el Presidente del better description 6f paper tLan beretofurc;'

security for the faithful performance, ,of their prevent thenil .Cabildo o pot un Suez de p Zi lay claim to,-and bare.been favored with a'
duty. : Be therefore fodairied, ty the Pre- --- large and proportional increase of patron

.,,Sec., 2.. AH Pilots holding- Branch, idem aa Met ber of the Town Coimen -, ; ''ORblNANCE-No.. 16, age, including new subscriptions .,.ct gene* .
of IFerf That from and after adyertiJl Within the last
Key ral 'ear.their
shall have and: use a Boat .sufficiently large ;For preuelitingths.introduction ofdnolera
; *
has: been! .
swollen
the last day of November next, the Masterof list of patrons by an ac
to enablcHtemta proceed over the Recfcnd vessel from into Ihc Town of Key Weft.' .cession of more tb.n'Tbree'lIundred Citizens. .-
rendmWc"a1d of Pilotage to vessel.requiring' i any arriving a foreign portor names
any disease known the to which new are with little
place, at the port of Key West, shall) lWi BIAS: a certain by
'lie Same. exception, almost daily added. The
make a report to.the Cleric of the TownCourtcil name.of INDIAN CHOLERA, at pre- pro-
Sec. 3. That all vessels 5 > prieortin order the better merit: that en.cguragemept .
drawing over of the number of 1 sent ptevaiiiogln the Northern parts of
,. passenger* bn of which, it is equally their
feet' of water.entering this Port, except fish- board,;;not'citizens: of the United States,?. Europe)of the most fatal character and pride and pleasure to acknowledge su much,
:pg smacks! wrecking 'Wessels'lnd vessels nor reaiden'ti' of'the Town of Key West; as loch disease may be introduced into bal been received, from their friends and

under charge of wreckers, shall pay the andfchall',pay,to the Treasurer one dollar ; our owp ports by vessels ,trading with fellow cUbena-bue established In connec*
rates of Pilotage herein after specified. for every1 passenger aforesaid. ; | 'thai quarter of the Globes (ion with their office of business, spacious

? Sec. '4. If a Pilot does not board or offer, Sec: 2. Be it further orrLdnedt'That i L Be it therefore ordained by the "President Reading Room in which, the chief Public
!'services to a vessel liable to take Pilot the Master of any vessel_failing"neglect. and Member f the Town Council Journals find their :way an4 are carefully
from States our Union.
filed all the In'
,
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of ing to make such report within 94 hours' j\ 1 Key West, Tfiat all vessels arriving This room Is/ree with all its facilities,without

the Light-House, on Key West said,Pilot, alter the.arrival of said vessel,shall' forfeit from ports or places where the said disease charge, to all of the Gazette;
30 boarding or offering his services,shall be and pay the sum of five dollar?, i hi addi ,shall be taken by tbe Pilots of thq A regular weekly Prices Current, in letter
Entitled to .only half pilotage; and if said tion to the sum aforesaid required for (teachpassenger. ; their going on board, to the : fine, paper suitableor
Pilot 'does: not board said ,vessel ')ill the'IJghtUoultt .. Quarantine Ground, ndrthward and west correspondence, carefully collected, .
on ,Key West, is distant not See 3. Be it further ordained Thaf -, with tbe most correct estimate of the true
more tban two miles, and then bears E.N. : no foreign passenger/from any ship or ve -" remainnder Condition of.the markets, and put upon the' -
ail .
to that
E.no pilotage shall be claimed. eel shall be permitted to land within the and Officer of advantageous terms ',come -
;.Council Health !the. port. under tlil. class,is also issued from tUe office
Sec. 5. 'All vessels drawing five, feet port or'hatl our of Key West, unless he'shall :s Sec, 2. De U further ,cjdaintJ, That of the proprietors. Tbeir Reading Rjgm,
water subject to the provisions this Ordioance have freely and openly departed from !While it shall be thought necessary by the where the eariieat4nforrnation may ba Tad,
,refusing to receive a pilot outside of tho place whence he camej and hart in his jsa d:'|I,aJth Officer, that such vessel or.ve. It t..ee.alike to patrons,grangers in the city -

the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his services possession a passport or pub l Hher Wpprt eI4c vbould perform quarantine, no intercourse and tSalters "of vessel trading to this
shall be liable to pay full pilotage; as are usually granted at the port whence whatever shall be held with the port To these 1mpronmellb, they make .

but if inside of the Reef&hot within two he tame, permitting him to depart tlerefrom. Town or Island of KyV' ,.t, but by per- daily IMO of additions leisqre and affording business facilities, alike hitherto to tie .

miles of the Light-House on. Key\Vbst,the #' ." .rnis ion, and underthe direction of th : uokoowp* blMMS/i PUUYt: _
said light bearing E.fi. K. the said vessel Bee. ... B* it further Krdai&J, That President Ate Health OOJcet; tad .1)) per No 3 Droad'Itreet, Charleston. ";.

f hall pay|list! pilotage, f I the Master of any rfup,,r vessel, who hall sotjl w P5f" hold any inttaerb ',,;th C rfkt\. iIU" received at this office .
Ir *"' i1,.. 75
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establish C .'tt"f aoadditttiual of tMt+ ..:r t power resides witheach 81 .r + al'sl '
NC oted to 00 State Wereignty. It is the! State Rep ,eDepartm'cnt l
f>port of their prinpM '1M been deere-I Right of sovereign Interposition to Qt dtheu't11'pttkm' b .. retaken.
K.-'. .expedient by the{fK&TE RIGHTS andf of Fedefaftegents.: Tbrer* other persons, that tb'
p!nT '. In irW nce 'Sta"rc.mcrQbant YClle 8TO g ;
<:.FREE TRAPE t \ istence 6f his right ,a* the conservative ,
their
.-' of this ,determination, TUB. EVWING principle if our Constitution is no new doc ,red in foreign Pert by tewBWftndfrsywithout

:;t\-, POSTwill.bo commenced as a Daily Evening trine; it is co-oval.with our Federal polity, complying With the' provisionJDf., ,
J requisite office : Ih5 act of Congress of the2ptbX ;. ,NES
i CMJtDal.10 toon as and was asserted by its founders and contemporary '
liUertf ,
f arrangements can be completed. :, .expositors. This prihcMe lathe rv, :IPOS.: Your, attention .te f :AdJ. Gen.
the Eve- Called to this sjibjcct, with 'a.request '
.
which
ta .
The political,tenets characteristic feature! proudly distinguishing specially '
be.axortcd ; SAtN1 lN .N'J\ ,:> '
so familiarto that Increased vigilanew Way .
ning post will be devoted are from 6ther republics not Federal
been long the .outs prtveMtuture infractions of the tiS X 1Jft't.l (p.tgllr n curable
Urn community, hand so in their elements. In the latter aConstitution to By
prominent subject of discussion by the is,in fact,by a symbol of pu6lic law; and it is expected that that you there will ,bait require Sir Gto>' i8flf fiersldaylilli Baronet,

press-and have been so often and trium opiniutf,is comtrned by and varies with satisfactory .evidence. ; captain General, .,GovcjTior-in.Chier;

phantly vindicated by the first minds in our the changing will tf a majoritY''; while in been a strict compliance act in with each the case requisntionsof before *, in and over the, IslonH 1 of St.'Vincent,
State,l and in the Federal councils, that it our Republic,a guardian power preserves it the foregoing and such,pfjho Islands
to promulgate moro'than the bond of the master, required by: Bcquia, ; commonly -
is deemed unnecessary as a permanent rule of action .be I tailed time'Granadinesm d;ihosc
beallowed td a
the following exposition, vhfchisdflercd formal recognition of each a right, the first section thereof, < t !
The '* '.f': at the North waul,of Carriacou Amc-
in lieu of a moro detailed political creed. face ort1ie Charter would have been cancelled., <
Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous on the in as much as it resulted neces- I,am" respectfully, *. )..., ,z.rica, ,Cliancellor;, iDrdinary, {and Vice- ,
enlightened policy -as a privilege be. Xourobedienfservant; Admiral, &c.&c. &c. '
- of ad sarily from the formation of a compact INGHAM ; fajbe\ same,
of the, people, which impartial justice 'tween independent sovereigns having no S. D. ', PitO C : MAT10N..
.
requires from'the rulers of every countryand "Colnmon.umpIre As a feature of our political "Bccretarv of the! Treasury. :

'as a right,which,in ours, is guaranteedby system, it is of course political not a, ..To the'Collector of iW Customs. '' ob-WIIERE g, from tljp consequent]
tie; Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary tight.: Formed for the protection -,, Circular, to Collectors of the Customs. cots of the dreadful hurricane with\ which; ,

venerated instrument withheld from the at.a minority from the usurpations'ofthe ,i TREASURY DEPARTMENT, > this Island and,its dependencies were visited

Federal agents the power,to protect manu- Federal authorities themselves, and May 14, 1831. VSin on Thursday morning,the tllh instant,
factures by restrictive'duties; it has been I from the usurpation of a majority exercisedthrough It has been ascertained'that the depreciated it"isessentially for tlieir;relief to I "
usurped by' a perversion tof the revenue the subscrviencyoC those authorities currencies of foreign countries necessary "
power, and its exercise involving sectionaloppression the Constitution itself needed a.protcction. have been variously estimated at the different encourage the importation of tholonly nrticlo -

for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection: surely ,wa not Custom Uousesot, the ''United States, 'of food,which bears a duty, namely,

has, necessarily,produced a sectional exas- I placed in either of the parties against.whomit owing,partly!' to. defective information as 'Flour; and' ot'aiicli 5rnatcria1sTaaTare{ rcj)
peration' which endangers the permanoncy was provided as shield. The Supreme to the true specie value of, such currencies, qu red to repair the, ;cxtensito,damages

of the Union. It is impossible that tho injured Court being one of the Federal agents,was and partly to an,erroneous Pf 1cliceoC9m- which have been'sustained, in Tiouscsbull.

parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly pot,,the'reforet'entrusted with.Uspolitical< puting their,'value\ according to the rates of din sand,, : sugat works, ovpr'tlic''''' tttcst'-'

unjust)and unequal' its operation..,. guardianship Nor could the 'engine of the exchange:'with 'England, and; reducing iho part of this colony:' 'I',do therefore, by'
which impossible '
\Vithoutfirst-proving, is majority=the ballot box-have been considered I sterling value, of such depreciated Currency < '
that the benr fitsof the'protection are equally as' the safeguard.: he'8'Otional'minority into money of, the'United States without and with the-advicQ ntlti cbnsent'of Hi's

apportioned to all the States-it is a gross can exert, oo influence on the representation < regard to, the difference between,tbe. legal. Majesty's Privy Counsel,"authorise and require '

absurdity to ,contend that the Burdens ,of of a sectional majority.Tbe and the,true values of sterling,money inU.plates' Ihe Port or Kingstown to- be opened

the Tariff press equally,upon all. If, then, responsibility representatives but"ecures ,cr cncy. To avoid such discrepancies accordingly for iho admission ,of Flour,

it c"atu: on consumption exclusively! ,,as their fidelity to,their respective constituents : 'and' errors in'future.the'President'directs and 'of While,' 'Yellowy att'd Titdi Tine

its defenders"v.ainly argue,its,operation is,' ,'and the representatives of a minority that whenever invoices are made' :Boards Plank Scantling' and Shingle
,
and,it becomes no' "
*
yet glaringly unequal, against tho ,antagonist1 out in the value bf which'is n6t
can effect nothing % currency
:
ifree of all Dpties payahte,th r until
oitj
free people to submit to unauthorised interest which the representatives of a majority fixed by tbo laws of the U. States,you will, .
exactions. Much less is nt6be, tolerated, may be compelled bfy their constituents 'require from the importer a certificate from tho 31st day of December: now next enduing

when it is aidenUbat'wo are not only arbitrarily to enforce in utter disregard of tbo the United States' Consul, if thero.be one- of which all.Officers of his Majesty

taxed as :consumer, hut',that the Charter.The principle. therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation,of the true.value;: 'Customs, and nil" others whom it doth,

inevitabJojTsultjof: 'the protective i :system is.the -that tho Constitution is at the discretion of such currency inSpanish or United,States 'shan, or may concern, are hereby required

ultimate'fuinorthe' : Southern"producer"in of a majority'and must bp quietly silver dollars, an4. charge tho ad valorem: Ito 'take duo notice' and :to :.govern "themselves

", the. prostration! of"our agricultural( .inte I surrendered to,their wisdom and justice.: duties according to such value ; or, in the ,; } accordingly. : : '

rest.Thcre'isVio Besides, except in tho Parliamentary transactions absence of such evidence, that you will as- Given under Hand and Seal j at Arms:
in toob'jection'toour'Tceistance : my ,
solidity of the two houses of Congress K>ur" certain said value (from the prices current *""- '
that'others: are blindly sub frame of government no where'recognizes and such other authentic' sources of information at tho'Government, Hou in KIt.g5: .

mittipg to the erili,,"which' are overwhelming ,the 'consolidating mile t.hai the will of a majority I as may bo within your reach,& charge town, -tliis eighteenth of A tigus;

them in common: with ourselves: : shall govern. .VTho'Presidcntmay.be the'ad valorem duties accordingly., You one thoiisana' eight'Ldndred. ;: :and, .thjrt
This delinquency ie not our justification. ,If. elected by a minority of the people {, a ma- twill give public 'notice of the directionshereia 'ty= nc' .r i j ; ) 1'.' f "
we lire awake to the dangers and degradation jority 'of Senators representing States, the contained as to'the consular certificate nil "Excellericy'a command *

of our situation, it behoves us to leave aggregate of whose population are a minority -, ,' ; and tb'at uniformity'may be hereafter .' '' THOMAS. 'MELV3Lu ;;;
shall have
no effort untried until we repelledthe of the whole people,. may reject a measure secufed at aU the Custom Houses, you will '
< GoverhmentScc'rj'J'Duly :
invasion of.ovir liberties. The Evening the this month rf : ,
unanimously passed,by representative forward! to Department,once a '
Pottwill;'therefore exhort to resistance of I of the people'in the other House-and ? a statement of the rates at which the cur- : proclaimed i'n.Kingstown: this eighteenth "

the Tariff as'tho'most prominent" enormity .','vice v rsa, a bare majority in the' other rencies aforesaid arc thus estimated at each i day-ef, August,' oho'' 'th usmd

of,that,"AtnericanSysteiri, which has been House may reject measure passed by,the port 'from whence goods are' imported send. "etgirrhunpre andthi rty one,and in thin
Free
built'; up) on the ruins of the which Sralem'qlJeathcd 'unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in'such currencies. In aU cases'of 4 eccontl year or his Majesty'sReign*.
fathers and
: us by'our .. ifs, :the States in the Senate-The president, a doubt 'as to the value of"such currency, you ,. C.. STEWART A

count' single individual may, put his veto on the will apply to the Tieasury; : Department. for 'Ac : Pro Marshal.General.SOUTHERN ,
.
:deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges information. Jam, respectfully, your obedient '
and
consolidate the
of Union,or melt down of,the Supreme, Court,*holding office servant, S. D. INGIIAM, JIEVJEW7 '"
State Soveicignties one limitless,,irresponsible :not by election but by ;appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury. ,; <
Post m
despotisms The ,Evening set aside' the concurrent enactments of TilE subscriber bergs leave toinform the

will oppoio Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House;Senate, and.President. The pow. OFFI" IC ,CIRCULAR -' public that he has undertaken, for,the next

as an engine of favoritism, cr to protect, the 'Constitution could not NADEPARTlIEn", ) three years to publish the.f ctujncKN: : Review
as a sourco of sectional robbery, as creating have been rationally intrusted to thievery Sept. 2d, 1031.'{ :: anflato look for his ri remuneration en.

necessity(or perpetuating exorbitant I majority fromwhich the danger of violationwas Sm,-In consequence 'of'recent occur: tirely\o the present an J future. subscription
taxation-it,will oppose'the rechartering apprehended. It Would havebeenindeed rences iq the service, your attention is invited list of"$5. As this,source has hitherto been
of, the United 'States' Bank, as manifestly < committing\ : the keys of iheTiouso' to to two subjects:,where the laws now regulate -< inadequate to defray,this expense, lie begs
unconstitutional,and as prolonging the ex- the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom the'rights and power.of all concerned leave:earnestly i''to solicit the patronage(
istence"of'a dangerourpower J' and it will suggested the propriety of locks. The'pow I but where there is still vested in officers those who think the.Reviewtwprlhj of pub..
oppose tho'projected disposition of the Surplus er was wisely left with the several'State a discretion, in the exercise of which it lic support. p;./ ,' "t

Revenue i as"a ,scheme,of barefaced, Sovereignties-and thus not only was there may be desirable to them to know distinctly 'The subscriber h:,,issociated John D,Ir.
Tvholcsalo l bribery,:which, if adopted' willgive the wishes of'tbe-Presidcnt and of this De-
provided a de'nite rule of action for the ving,Esq. with him in tbo.publica.llon of the
to oppression a duration co-exlsbnt Federal Oovernmcntjbut a power to render' partment. Reviews who will conduct, the.'correspon-; '\

with that of our government. inoperative" ,that is to nullify,their unautho 'One of those.subjects*and our wishes upon dence, establish'agencies,' collect and'rei
A zealous'and ludicioussattach'tfont to tho rised and irregular action. it are; that when any portion of the'N a. ceive subscriptions, and'att nd to) all the

Union prelcribes'the'pre.cnt'as'the proper, So far as a congeniality of views may ex- vy furnishes relief to American vessels, business transactions of the:Review,excepting
crisis for making a determiJ cd and uncom- Evening whether wrecked otherwise in distressto the .
ist, in relation to these principles, the or typographical rt n ;,
promising' stand for the Constitution,before Post is pledged to the'*' State Rights yield which relief promptly ought 'to' llio,,subscriber has the.aatisfactioalso

the Jarring interests of different sectionsare and Free'Trade Party;":and as the support' be, and long has been one great object of to announce that Hugh>I $.:L pro; Esq':(to
organised ag Jnst each other in irrecon ,of measure,. to be' efficient,must include its' gallapt exertions, no compensation of whom the Rcvfcwr has, hitherto owed' '""
triable! :conflict-before* blinded by their kind should either be asked received. his consented
the support of men. its humble aid will be any or I much to be"usoci'at'ed with
unrighteous gains, tho consolidation States'shall zealously contributed to extend the personal The 'other subject, and,our wishes uponit the editor,:Stephen Elliott;Esq. io the lite
regard ai undo"btedigbt their undue .influence and promote tho political ad. are, that,till Congress deem it proper to' 'deparlmcnt'of'of.this'journaJL
advantages-Before they shall resolve to' vancemcnt of those statesmen who devote ,alter the existing laws concerning punish- .The subscribers who tro still.in arrears
maintain,at all hazards'the"tyrannous principle -' themselves to the good cause which is identified ments in the Navy,and whenever those laws will be pleased to make payment to J..B.
that! publc} opinion, or the will of a.majority with the' value 6f.the Union and the allow: a discretion in the choice of punishments Irving, Esqd, the new subscribers will

sa power above the Constitution in ; liberty and honor of South Carolina.. its, the first resort, in the case of offences pay: their; subscriptions likewise to him, as _
and before idle victim sovereignties ro\no- warm co.operatiop'with ,these will' be em- by seamen is recommended to be' always be is alone. authorized, to receive them. '
the
rity,:goaded beyond'enduranceunlisas( barrassed by'a'personal'pledge to no candidate had to pecuniary finest badges of disgrace : A.E. MILLER, ,

very aspiratio4sforlibertybe'cxtinctshall'rise ; : for the Presidency," or any other ;and other,mild corrections, rather No. 4 pVoad: street, Charleston ;
abolish a'frame of
anil _
iu desperation than to the -
office. humiliating practice, of whipping "'
shatteredtobe -
government too much ,recbg In maintaining its groped amid the con and that neyer on the i neday, by NOTICE. '

Wised a* that for which inveterate they originalllstip-sectional hatred flicU of party;it will be the aim of the Eve ponJSI!' ng'u der, .officer's own authority, undersigned haying re-established

ulated'and which ever ning Post to 'preserve' the dignity of the two'offences at once, should the stripes, Uunited THE at Key West, ass COMMISSION
,shall then,render it, impossible Press, bycourtesy' and moderation,under bylaw,.be exceeded in number; or MERCHANTAND GENERAL
again to ro/compose and re-edify. The South {ha belief) tbat the legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise than in the presence AGENT, offers his services to his friends
of her
once roused satisfied tq a full sense but wrongs, 'discussion are best observed by firm and under,the sanction of the commanding, and the public generally. "
with
will bo nothing equality
; ness without violence,'ami zeal without in- officer> of the vessel or station. F. A.' BROWNE. .
denied :
nlit cannot be that by the Constitutioni -
temperance. With the opinions and public And that,in the case of offences by, officers -
observed the slaveholding
; "
even ifstnctly will exercise I which it is April 50, 1031 .. '
decided acts of opponents, it right hoped their well known
Status ate placed at disad it is that high of and honor lie offers for sale at his Ware House
of dealing Creelut hoped no' sense duty will prevent
for
tho
Once leagued resumption 30,000 feet White Pine Boards
vantage. '
of its will the from becoming
part career ever justify suspicion frequent, a system more remedial
will submit no longer to asystem .
p(,rights they of its even partial adoption of the in* should be adopted, by' sentencing to 10,000 first quality Bricks -
indirect taxation calculated to
of, and famous maxim,that'"<< all is fair in politics" a reduction of,rank and pay,or to a suspension 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef '
to the extent inequality '
blind the
people 38 do Navy Bread .
The domestic rn.or ournative State from
con promotion rather than to -
suspension .
of their byirdens -and they will demandfor : 10 bags prime Coffee. '
their laboring class a representation fully will be carefully watched, and the policy from active service,'as persons, unfortunately tr" \
advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour need KEY WEST.
that of the laboring classes of the
to
equal for her prosperity, safe, and economical most the constant discipline of active"setvice -
The required concessions
other States SEG AH
IVTAKUFACTORy
and
government. when suspended therefrom 'are ,
those
refused by by whom .
will be certainly While the Evening Post will be devotedto : left without
employment under greater W. II. WALL takes of
but as a bargain estimated -
Union is regarded
the calculation of pecuniary profit the promulgation of the political faith set ttemptatiqna and opportunities for injurious informing the Public that hers ab1islJ.
by H ;
io this it be
forth not indulgences.
prospectus will negilectful
.. Federal bond will bo sundered ed A SEGAB West.
and loss,and the of the practical details Commerce" LEVI WOODBURY KAnTTACTOBr 8t Key{
" -and forever. The-advot acy of State! lIe imports for this the best
. I Viand Trade, two branches industry which purpose, very
, 'lights U, therefore, the only faithful adto- .,. must, bg most beneficially affected by the ORHFRXO.HEAD .' 16. Tobaccofrom I far ana.Segars .
Union. of Its doctrines. Great, exertionswill of the best and of
With firm conviction of this, important, success QUARTERS OF THE ARMY, quality, every
a be made to perfect the departments description may be had at his establishment
truth, the Evening Post will contend for ADJUTANT GUVKRAI.* Orricx,
For connected with commercial intelligence, 03r All orders in the line will
H Liberty-the Constitution-Union. Washington &(aj 5th, 1831 above
and our merchants and tradesmen shall find ,
Liberty first as the first of national' blessings the readiest attention td all their wants, and IT having been reported to the iVar Department meet the earliest attention. -

: i for the Constitution wbic secures it the warmest gratitude for all their favors that contrary to. the provisP March, 183) _. '" a
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jfrora domestic usurpation i and for the Uni- ions of the actr entitled Au act to regu-
on which strengthens it against foreign aggression. T&LMst 1 late trade and intercourse with the Indian, Loggerhead Turtle Shell

Without rigid observance of Daily paper $10 per annum. Country Tribes,and to preserve peace on the frontiers ) ,
subscribers
the compact, the Union roustbecome a UoU paper,three times a week, $5. ," approved March the 30th, 1803,several THE 500 win rive a fair price
on without Liberty,and the uncertain danCer Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. white persons,with the intention.there Ibs..o( tbe above article. .

\. of subjugation from abroad, is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct 3, litJ... to. settle themselves, have entered into the I Key GEORGE Wcrt, Juno E.9, WEAVER' ,4. CO.

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