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 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ALL 'tHE 1l'f01. '. il1011 AtNr'a" .. .. '. fiv Tit!'COU ;...,.'.'.h

WEST VIyDr* A JAN. 1t1, s ,..; NO.. 20. '

.banner rhyme'\boilt that eyem- ,- Alas,I his Sun shone-" through a.tropical ,rates into pride} yet i it is a' e.of i<::"
'ye matcb'd it with a midnight ,ky- tornado and the shadow of colt
i. palo Death defence,,not for oflcnco} no suspicious .
DI E, .Live said'twas deep, and dark, and "ltd', ecJips d.at at noon I Shrouded in such feeling, but a frank ,and 'social'one.; : ',
Expressive liquid, witching,'mUd-
j.A baleful the cf Bums teas
B D. STnOBEfc, AND, 'Z.Jtf*, STONE, Bui the jewellM star, and.the living air vapors genius never Tim peasant Poet beard himself wo might
And publis ed,:on' cyejry Wednca Iay by Have 'nothing ib then half ao fair .' eeen in clear serene splendor,enlightening say, liku a king in exile; Ira Is cast among

THOMAS Sbd' hdble- .noble-one to keep .,... the 'worldk But ebmo beams from' it the low,and feels himself equal to thoughet -
\' !-':JJ3fFIU3YSvTERMS "" Emb hn'd for dreams of fever'd sleep., did,.by fits pierco through} and it tinted ,-yet ho claims no rank, that none! may
=: $5amcr. nnnm payable In An eye for nature-taste refind j. those clouds with rainbow! and orient colors l be disputed to him Tho forward ho can .
advance.Adveilttsehents: '. 'J' ,. '!P w'lS'5ife-'" \,''''." Perception swift, Aud balano'd mind;';..' i into,a glory and stern grandeur,which men repel, the supercilious he can subdue; pro- *

inserted at one'dollar And more than \\.111\. gift of thought silently gazed,on, with wonder and tears! tensions, wealth or ancestry .am. of no
per square.for. tho first'insertion, and fifty/ '.To such a spirit-fineness! wrought. We are;anxious not to exaggerate for it avail with him thero'is i a fire i in that dark
ordez.Jcd ;
; That her tell
cents for succeeding.time, till on,my ear language
is rather than admiration
exposition our which the "insolence+ of,conde
under .
to be.stopped. As if each word dissoly, ,d spell.. eye, -
? readers require hero; and yet to avoid somo scension" nriot thrive. In his abatement,
... *
Yet I half hate her. She has ll
--- tendency It) that side is no matter.
I' easy in his extreme!. need, lie forgets not for a
4 POET \Y. That would ensure an angel's fall-. We lov Burns and him wo pity man '
.. But there''* a cool, collected loot ; tnomcht' the majesty of, Poetry and
As if her pulses, beat by bookA and pity are prono to magnify.! Criticism, hood. And yet, far as ho feels himself- "
THE. PARTING OF U1tM&nr measur d tone,a cold reply' it is sometimes thought,should be a cold bovo common men, he wanders not.apart

BY MRS. tid Aft'8. A'management of voice and eye, business;. we are not so'suro of.this, but at from them t,but mixes warmly'with their

Thou'rt beating hence thy,roses, A calm possess'd, authentic. all cvertte, Our concern with Burns is not interests; nays throws himself into their
Glad Summer, fare thee'well! That leaves doubt bf softness there, exclusively that of critics True and ge- arms} and, as it were, entreats them.to lovo
<* Thou'rt'ainging. thy last.melodies, 'Till-look and worship< t may- hial as his poetry must appear, it is not him.' It is moving to see how, in the dark
In 'wood and deU.*"' .. Myfever'd; thoughts will pass away! but that ho in-
every chiefly. as a poet, as a man, est despondency, this proud being still
But in the golden sunset '., "' And when she lifts her fringing lashes terests and alfects us. Ho was often advised seeks relief from friendship; unh_soma

Of thy latest lldgeriop day, And her dark eye like star-light'flashes to write a tragedy i time and' means 'himself often to tho unworthy; and, amid
Obi tell me, o'er this chequered earth, And.when she plays her.quiet wile .,were not lent him for this} but through tears, strains to his glowing heart-a heart

How halt thou passed away)' .' ": Of I gojaway'that' calm(ike look onewho's and meas heard?'f'd': .smile life he enacted, tragedy and bne of the, that knows only the name ,of.friendship.

Brightly, sweet summer, brightly In some fine etenhe'prompter'. word, dee:>CSt. Wq question whether tho ''world I And yet ho was"quick to,learn; a man of

Thine.hours are floated by, And make a Vow to break her:chain, has witnessed so utterly sad'a scene; keen vision before whom: common dpgui\ *, *'
To the joyous birds Of the woodland boughs, And keep it_',"' ,-tUl wo meet again. whether Napoleon himself, left to brawl sea afforded no ,concealment. His understanding ., .
the rangers of the sky. '' tBMBIMHMBBSMMBMMBiBBBBMMHBBBMMBMlMMMMMMirtlISCEIJ.ANSOUS, with Sir Hudson Lowe and perish, on his :saw ,through the hollowncsf1'"

And biightlyin the forests, '* '. rock, 'amid the melancholy main,*presented even of, accomplished ''deceivers; but

To the wild deerwandering free; .> to the reflecting mind'such a''speCt clo there was generous credulity in his heart. SAnd

And brightly"'midst garden-flowers Fioin the' i Review; of pity and fear,' as'did intrinsically no- BO did our Peasant show himself a-

To the, happy.' murmunng beet DUIINS-TIIE Edinburg ,, bler, gentler, and perhaps greater soul, mong usj "ti soul like an JSolian harp.
But bow to human bosom} : '. : wasting itself l1\Vay.fn., 'hopeless strugglewith ,whose strings tho vulgar wind, as it passed
With all their hopes and fears, fair JJCFFRKTS' base entanglements).which coiled clo-- through them,changed itself into articulate ,
And thoughts that make them .eag e.wings, "Burns first cameT.upon: :the,world as a ser around him, till only jleath"opened him melody" And this was ho for'whom tho U

to; pierce the unborn yean! prodigy; and wadfin that character, entertained an outlet. Conquerors 'O a tteb! with world found no fitter business than quarrel*;

Sweet. Summer! to tb-e,captive by it,in,the usual fashion, with loud, whom tho world could well dispense} nor ing with smugglers and vintners,computing

TLou hastflown in: burning;dreamsOf Yggue,tumultuous yonder, speedily: subsI- can the hard intellect, the unsympathyzingloftiness excise duties upon tallow, and guagin alo
the woods,with all theirwhisp'ringleavest ding into'censure and neglect till his ear and high but selfish enthusiasmof barrels! 'In such toils was that mighty .

And the blue rejoicing streams;- ly and mbst mournful Heath again, awakened suth persons.inspire us in general with Spirit,sorrowfully,wasted; and .a hundred

To. the wasted and tJ weary an enthusiasm for liim, which', especially -* any affection; at best it may excite amazement years may pass on, before another such is.
.On the bed of sickness bound, as there was now: nothing to be done, and their fall,likb that of pyramid, given us Jo waste."
To swift delicious fantasies, and much to be spoken, has prolonged itself will.be beheld wjth a certain sadness and .

"That changed with everysoiuid-- even to our,own'lime. It ,is true, the awe. But' a, true Poet,'a man in whose MlClRVING: AND HIS FOLLOWERS.

To the sailor on the billows, nine da 's' have long since elapsed;,:and heart .resides some effluence" of wisdom, As
In longings wild and vain, the very continuance of this, clamor proves some tone of the'Eternal Melodies. i is the we.were present (says a correspond
ror the gushing fount and breezy hills, that Burns was no .Accordingly ,' ent in one of the London papers) on a very
vulgar wou er.' most precious gift that can.be bestowed ona the
And the homes of earth again! even i in :sober judgments,'where, as generation: we see in him a freer, purer recent the exhibited pretenders before the to Her.Rit8.of ,
Holy Spirit,
And unto me glad Summer!, years passed by, 'he has come to rest more developemcitt of whatever is noblest in our- Edward Irving and tho Rev.F ward Irving
How'hast thoii own.to met ; 'apexclusivelyon his .own'intrinsic selves; his life (;a ,rich,lesson to us, and will
My cbainless footstep nought hath kept merits,7; 'nd 'may now be well nigh we mourn his death, as that of a benefactor before congregation, we briefly' describe -
:From'thy haunts of song and glee. shorn of that casual radiance, he appearsnot who loved and.tnught.us. the course of'proceeding.: The chapel
church ho has christened it Ec-
or (
Thou hast flown in wayward; visions, only as a true British poet, but as one Such gift h,.d nature in her bounty bestowed ,
clcsia ficotica filled
being nearly
" InTnemories of. the'dead- of the most considerable British men of the, on us in Robert Burns; but with ) pretty his .,.
took seat in
the Rev. gentleman
In shadows, from a troubled heart, Let'it not'be I an ornamented
eighteenth century. object. qucenlike indifference she cast it from'ber'
O'er thy sunny pathway shed: ed that he did little. Ho did much if we hands, like & thing of no moment; and it I chain immediately below the,pulpit
and the clerk's desk but
on a raised
In brief and.8iidden strivings, consider where and how. If the work performed was defaced and,torn asunder, 'as 'aq idle : platform and with a table before him., 'On,
To fling a.weight aside- was small, we must remember that bauble before recognized it. To tho'lI..starred ,
ono side, of him sat ,a Mr. C -. and on tho.
'Midst these thy melodies have ceased, he had his very materials to discover; for \ 'Burns,. wadgiven! the power to
And all thy roses,died. other side the clerk, both, in distinguished
I tho metal he worked in lay hid under the make raan'sjifp, more venerable, but that '
exalted Then
and scats. short
Dutoh! thou gentle.Summer!. desert,where no eye but his bad, guessedits of wisely guiding his own'.was" not given. from the Rev. Edward came a
If I greet thy flowers once more, existence; and we may almost say, that, Destiny"for so in our ignorance we must prayer Irving,: which
Bring me again, the buoyancy with his own hand h had to construct tbe speak-his faults, the faults of others, proved \was foljowed by the reading of'a portion of
i in the ,midst of
Wherewith soul should Scripture which ho
my soar tools for fashioning it. For he found him too bard for!him J'' and that spirit, which ; broke!

Give me to hail thy sunshine, self in.the. deepest obscurity, without help, might have.,soared. ,could it but have walked in schoolmaster.a sort ofscruam: of Fitzroy.-square,'that "the ,Lord 'Jesus out
With song and spirit free without instruction,without model; or with ,soon sank to the dust, ,its glorious; faculties -, "
Or in a purer air than this < models only of the meanest.sort..4 educated was coming, by'seven spirits.
| trodden der foot in'the blossom '
be ; .
May the joyous meeting! This assertion was,only indistinctly articulated
map stands as it in the midst died almost
.were, and we may say, without ever '
but the Rev..Edward Irving, for the
of a boundless arsenal and magazine, filled having lived. And so kind and warm a
,THE VOICE OF FALL. : 'l lento>> of those who sat most remote, rose,
'.i with all the weapons and engines that man'sskill soul so full of inborn riches,of love to aIrlivlltg'
"I come! I comet" Heard not my cry- ; and repeated in a slow solemn tone tho
b ,
has ; able to devise from the earli-w
n and lifeless things! How his heart
Borne the wild wind's melody ,
by words delivered, by the supposed 'chosen
Saw ye not my approach in the falling leaf, est time; and he works accordingly, with a 'flows out'in sympathy over universal nature vessel'--beginnln' "tits Holy Spirit' 'if. ',
In the wither'd flower-in the gatber'd sheaf strength borrowed from all past ages. How and in her bleakest provinces discerns >a iys, ,
&c. The then(
Mark'd ye not my flight o' r the summervaleAs different is his state who stands on the out- beauty and' meaning! The 'Daisy' falls ; readinjfwas j ; and
1 tile wintry gale side of that house -and feels the, scrcafber again screamed, but to us theworda'wcre
pass'd along on ,store" that its not unheeded under: his ploughshare; nor/;
Felt ye not the chill of,my.icy breath, gates must be stormed, or remain forever the .ruined nest of-that *wce cowering- unintelligible thoitgh meant for
As I bade all Nature prepare for death! shut against him!' His the' rEngish, and the Rev.:Edward Irvjng's in:
means are commonest b'eastietcufforthl\fter alHts
: pro ,
I hare dimm'd the light of Beauty's eye-. terpretation equally dark, partfy in conseiuence -
and rudest the mere.work done (s '(bolo
I have hush'd the wild bird's roundelay ; vident pains, to theesleety dribble, of the* Inexttof'his accent. <
I have silenc'd the mirth in summer bower, no measure:of hit strength. A, dwarf behind and craurench'could The 'hoar: visage1. ,This| of:the performance: being fever;
And still'd the lute at'midnight hour-' his steam-engine may remove': ruountaias of ,Winter deliga.- iin; he,dwells with'a another part"chosen vessel" began to 'overflow *;
. The Owl's drear screacb-the Wolfs wild ; but no dwarf will' hew them'down sad and oft returning fondness in these ''. '
with tie gifts of the spirit. This was thb-
t* yell- with a pick-axe;and he must, be a Titan 'scenes of solemn desolation') but the void

Like harbingers, my coming tell! thaj hurls them abroad with bis arms. of'the tem bec'omea: .an 'anthem to his solicitor daughter, in of Bedford-row a most respectable, who,continued wealthy'to

WINTER'- It is iu this las shapd that Burns presents, ears;".lie loves to wait in the sounding speakor rather, to vociferate, for about tea
himself. Heroin the the 'woods for ratsc&his thouglit t6
age most prosaic it Him minutes, repeating oye.and, over again the
A SOt4LOO.Ct BY A LrtTLC G1HL. Britain had 'yet'een, ,and in 'a conditionthe who walketb on the wings 9f the wind;; "same words, and with a surprising paucity, ,

"My pretty flowers o'erwilb:are gone !away- most disadvantageous, where his mind, ,A true Poet-soul-for it needs hut W he of ideas, 'considering ,the source in which *
All covered snow -
And I must wait till next May-day if it accomplished aught, must accomplish struck, and the sound, yields will be.. music -. they Were asserted,'to originate. ''The voice

To tee my violets grow! it under the pressure' of continual bodilytoil But observe him chiefly as be mirf. was rather like that of a boy, but in any

will nay, of penury and desponding! apr pre' gles with his brother rneiv! What warm, otbc respect not remarkably We looked
I'm very sure the peep hensioh of the evil and with ho fur all-comprehending' feI19-r ling .what '
Again above the ground, worst at the,young !lady, all (be ll.e'et but she u*
therance but such dwells trustful boundless love what exaggeration *
in ,
Although the root is buried deep, as apoor generous sea no action,and hef.countehanco was notpeculiarly
And not a stem is found:- p18 1's hut,and the rhymes of"a Ferguson bf the object loved! His rum expreejive She;was light com-

.. or Ram ay for his standard of beauty, tic friend} it t:brdwn'maiden i ;* are nd J longer .. plexiottefrlUd.ptb f, pale, and sat with
Mother when the ball close '
O'er little says Jane and I grave, he sinks not under all these impediments. mean and homely, but'a hero and'a' "eyiaupraisea)*'but not exactly, i id curbpiai5tu .

t, We,like our sweet fading 1'Oe. Through the fogs and darkness of that obscure queen,whom be prajses as the paragons of :fs one inspired.1 She ceased'rathef '

Shall only SUM to die. region, his eagle eye. discerns the. earth! .. .- s abruptly, and after a hymn, the Rev.EdwardUnrtng .
relations of the world human life The of Scottish life not .
tme .and rough scenes again prayed at greater .,
mother true-
know I'm not my afraid to he grows into intellectual strength, .and seen by him in any Arcadian illusion, but 'length :and Returned thanks for the' Divine;
goToGodwbbsbowersmyplantswithdew, trains himself.into intellectual expcriMss. .in the rude contradiction the smoke find forewarning' tAfter his benediction had>

And covers them with snow.. Impelled by trie irrepressible movements of soil of a too harsh reality, are.t.ill lovely tpl beed+))e tow d' the congregation took pt.'

his i inward spirit, he struggles forward !.Dto' him: Loyally is indeed his companion-,.- theifhatstaod walked-some as Jflosf jit!

.. A PORTRAT.She's V the general view;and with naughty modesty but love also, and courage; the simple feelings wonder, and others (and these not a few)

beautiful! Her raven curls lays down before us, as the fruit of his labor the worth,the n
ilavej>roken hearts envious girls- ,a giftj; which Time 'has now pio oud- ,under the straw-roof are dear and venerable men.eould pojttHy J* inch fools "
And then,they sleep in contrast, ced imperishable.: Add to all this,,that his to bit hearts and thus over.. theJow.est flg '- (pi-- *
Like raven feathers upon snow; daricsome,drudging childhood and youth provinces oi man's existence, he pours the he.foIowingam) epeciraees of the unknown

.And bathe her neck-and ibade the bright washy far the kindest era of his whole life; glory of his own soul; and they rise in, tongue, published in a pamphlet, by-

Dark eye from which they catch thought, and that he died in bis tbJrtjfteventhjear; shadow and sunshine, and softened dud one of the true believers, a Mr. ArKerrelJ,

As if their that graceful glorious loop were in shade made, and then'ask if it be strange that his poems brightened into.a beauty; which other eyes who states that a few weeks since the num-

.. TP And keep holier make its tranquil eye spell, are imperfect, and of small' extent, or that discern not in the highest. Ira has a,just ber of tbe gifted was fifteen. From peso

Lik o waters in a shaded weU. his genius attained no/ mastery in its art? relf-con!cioiwnp3 which too oftf d6gfnet 12 take the following,magnificent burst: .

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,,. him cell his garment and bU1Jl0f1; for Charfe..toU1J. '

nUw-Elelastino-; ., \f1tb DntLt : taxes without.representation rstjjranny,1* ,'-\ .."Sloop117th. Ick r I .drcrt'e''I pOll\\

pootino-Farimi-! m |>roi edlotWdient, factories? mind tnr- / : Sloop Florida't a ( y'. I ,,, .' ",, if '
\\ngoa VangamWniinoolinoAli! ',, ,CrestOD ned out theJhtrnoX chili% in thetr way a1 .>filoop,,' 'glr4mCrZCan. M.,- ,.,...J ,, ",'" '" ",'" cIJ XCccdmg Gf
: .rut the'Poliejj'Qlrjec, (oflocfafp,) where they tnV s )
.. Q'Jr 'sf Sungor"i" '\ released two prisoners, burnt.all tho papers tOiL Sloop Sarah ,Isabella,./JJ usem.. : l-qyr!! gP f! "pdsor.cd' ,
-Doorinos-lIi pens :Ind books they; found in tbia! office, and destroyed St. Matkfc. t r.
Eletantcfh-Eretino-Menati. ." all the furnilurt*. After Committing "t' CLEARE1 '" ,, r '

r'.. The following ft specimen of the hymns i." this act they proceeded to tho ::1 latge :I' Ja6. 13. Sloop John Dentsio4Wastern. ..,' EJ rae --i e i 'LosEstados #
Mobile and New Orleans' "
factory near the House of Correction, "
"Hippoo \erostpjiirttTos" A vlBo -, ,where they, broke, the watch, house; i Jan. 14. Schr. Daniel Webster, LewiNew > ttnidoS* con fc
open *
t ,I. ,
: Borth'America'I1ramao'Ilaiana.' u
O Fdstoa boorinos 1 ,
; Sungor ,, ... Bloop .
then returned'to the prisou, opposite .
" ', Epoongosmenatr. They 16th.,Bchr. Van Burcn, D/kraan.. ,. 8ti\\ 1802.
which the whole mob assembled but there _
i. Mif' ', 'O Dcripangito boon A Marks and PtPDsa ola. ", _
f; not teasel dlc l'darinlrcn ugh to lead Josefa Yanez Havana "
Aristos ekrampos was I7th Spanish Schr. -. SECCION xixr '
1 'Senoote noostin ,on 'his fellows' TIle,. would, in all,probability by P. J. F Dta'oe. : a
f.. .* hypanos )have met with a very warm reception, Sloop Florida Packer, Havana. : ''4':r Persona, alguna quien prod i'ra o1 aa,
Hypen. hippo boofos"FOUR .1 1 Sloof Fair.Amenc ,Burrows, Havana.lCth.Scbr. :
for considerable preparations been made : ( I isti, el, huir do algun, SOLDADO tie Lea
I % Moss ,Reef
Wm. Wellington
to receive them Theyjioverttl about, for Estadosr tJntdoSj V, qUien do al-
r" compra
W. F. English
' by
," FOREIGN some lime when a considerable number of gun, Soldado'sus iAtmas: bcstido' de Uni-
1" them went to Gallows'-hilVtp Ifold a meet- 'formi o' qU lcsqumnp1r10,de clla; y algun
ing and resolutions similar to to those In Schr. Wm. Ross from Cfarlestoh.W.-
DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND pass CnpTfain ,0' Oficial Mandando alguna
II. Wood Waterhouse of :
F. English, ,
intended to have been adopted'fn London
Key West, and Mr. Nicholls of New York.In Fragata 0' Barco quo ,sea, 0' quien so
By, the packeheffield, Capt. Hackstaff to-day, (Monday.) The town has been S'oop Florida, from Havana, Mr.. 'F. A. embarca en ella 'corno, Blariaero/o'_ de
4 since quiet,which we may in some measure Townsend of R. I. In, I, qualesquera 'motto 1 lleva'
which:left Liverpool on the 9th 'tilt files of Newport, Sloop CoaSijo algun
, London papers to'th. .8th November: and attribute to tire very heavy rain fliotlms (alien North America, for Havana, Mr. Nicholls, Sol ado-, o1 'quien':deja de, entrepnr cl
Liverpool to the Oth, both inclusive were since 5 o'clock. Expresses have been ol New York. In Sloop Sarah Isabella, D. dicho Soldauo D .la sent to Manchester Blackburn for mili- C. Pinkham, Esa of Key West. In Sloop Mandando
York sent oblfgado
New/ ,
received at', : pagar una
tary, which we are hourly expecting:, Mr. John Dcniso,l\ftl. Western and John W.
Much apprehension was, entertained in mnltn Sogun la cs ret onc1 la Corte que
Hunt left here in'the Leeds coach it ten .
London on account.of a meeting called at tenga conocimicrtlo, del tnismo! en' quaIcsquera .

White Conduit:.fIelda on.the 7th Novem- this morning. ,LIST OF LETTERS suma ,no. slender"aribayde1' Trcs
ber. Placards calling! it.,wero posted upon cientos pesos o1 puesto ,en .111 prlcion i
'llemc i fw lit the Post a West
OJfy l..Key ,
the 5th; addressed the working classes. : THE GAZETTE, on :latJltnlJargt i por un tcrrriino no Stcndo ariba do'uu
OIL tho next day it became known_ to.the ike : anu." .
Police that, in several shops In. Ccthnel KEY WEST: Alexander Bait, Matron BfethofT ; .. "-
Samuel Bills, '.Wrn.'H.' Burton,-;5 -'" f
Green, &c. 8t ortrurTcheons, similar to WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1832. Donaldson Caffroy; .Flurencio Caldez, :'TPhc"United States. of, Amc-

those of the new policemen, were :openly c.= ", ,_ ___', Thomas Eastin, Wm.S.'Elliot,' '
Bold at 3d and 4d stg. each, and 'on them ,Vc -'2 informed that ii Dill for incorporating Charles Hawkins, Wm. O. Porter, iCa1 'J
was painted the tri color;, A stick-maker Casimiro Ruby, 2 Rachael Swan; : ,
** called tho same day on Lord Nel bourne, at a Salt Company at, this place, was fiulace Trenor, Leonard Truman, SOUTHERN, JUDICIAt DISTRICT

tho Home Department, and, rcsti1icd)hat ho presented to the feR isjlativ-c I 1 Council of, the 't' Charles' II. Webb. _** '- ''FLoiub,ss.. ,\' '

had sold upwards of four,thousand of such Territory Jt upon, 't e-voto ,being taken II. S. WATERHOUSE. P, M. :
Key WestJo.n. 18, 1832 20 tf. To tlll marshal tK&
staves. Tho Magistrates of London sent was negatived. of, Superior'Court of

,for a tavern keeper in Spitalficlds, whose, ... 4o- '. said District, Greeting:

house seditious meetings had been held, ,The,United States' Sloop of Wur Vin- 'Board'e ,: ; '
and who'had been selling bludgeons to the ;
cenneS, Capt. SucimlcK, sailed from this JfIlEREAS his libel for and 011
. populace with which to go armed to the ,
contemplated White Conduit house meet port on' Wednesday, llth,inst. Mr. SIIAX.ER Bethel!, Esc;. Master' of .

ing. All these circumstances called forth the American Consul at Havana is ho Sloop Volunteer, stating, alleging and

the most energetic measures on tho of board propounding, that lie:discovered adrii't and
part on as a passenger, having paid a.visitto
government. The Aldermen wero actively MRS. IJDOWAR0., Jun. 'lias removed abandoned onjbe'high.seas,"in the vicinity
engaged in swearing in constables. All this place. 'CalTo de. los Officios to .h o. 9. of Ducklvey: : on"the'coast" of FJorida, it

the respectable inhabitants of various wards Arrived on Monday, 16th inst. U. S. Calle Obripia, quantity ttf Goods, Stores 'and' Merchan

attended and were sworn in, and quittedthe Revenue Cutter Alabama, Capt. FOSTER, Havana. Jan., 1, 1832. 19) tf.Notre. dize. '."I 't with great difficulty_and la-

Mansion house armed with staves provided from a cruizo. All well on board. bour ho succeeded in saving and carryingto

for them., Troops were stationod bytle.govornntent : a place! of safety, twenty-five whole and

at various places-it ,was SOUTH CAROLINAT-EGISLATURE. ,, forty-tun half barrels of Mackerel, and aM
said that tho East India Volunteers ALL persons arc hereby (otbidjuta if g hundred and fifteen drums of Figs And .
Company's It is stated in the. Charleston Courier, removing any,wood or timber Tram inasmuclf as' he has l'cn'thetnly means of
were in readiness to act. The Dank the lots of ground which the subscriber
that the Bill permitting evidence to be taken the same from destruction he
of A saving pray
England guarded. committee has any control, whether within tho limits
of the National Union was appointed in the Courts of #tho State in case of a of the Town or in the interior of the Island that ouch a proportion may bo decreed ,to
to wait on Lord Melbourne to defend the bond in proof of the consideration for without having first obtained permis- him, by way of Salvage, AS his. services

callers of the meeting against, the charge which it is given, under'the plea of General sion. All offenders "will be prosecuted to hate merited.
. seditious intentions. lie received the '" the extent of the law. And whereas the duoh d of said, Come

deputation courteously,, but stated that it Issuc-.in other words, permitting juries to W. A. WHITCIIEAD. for said District -liaUi ordered,and direct
IeyVest, Jan. 11, 1t132. 19 St.
was the determination_ of the governmentthat decide upon the laID'na'well as the fact in cd on the IStli of February, 1832! for nil

the meeting should not take place; but such, cases, had passed both Houses of the (::j'We are authorised announce noD persons concerned to be cited and intimated

that, if it, did, the parties taking an active South Carolina Legislature. "This: enactrnpntj1' ltT R. FLETCHER Esq. as a Candidate to appear at tin Ccini t House at Key-West,
part would dQ it at their own risk, and that ; tho Courier hoof for the Office of Sberitf of Monroe in said District, to show cause:,if any' they
says course enables the election.
County at ensuing
the Magistracy aided,by tho, constabulary \vhy''judgment' should not, pass *H
juries to decide on the Constitutionality Key West, Jan..11, 1832. 19 4t.jWe .
force would hove orders to disperse those prayed. You are tlercfore.lieny authori
The of the laws of theUriitedStates, in 0 are authorised to announce JO-
assembled. deputation then with sed, empowered and strictly enjoined peremptorily -
} EL YANCEY as Candidate for the Office
drew. cases-of bonds given for Duties.." of Clerk of the County Court at the ensuing to cite and admonish all person
They returned Jo the National l, which .o- Election; whatsoever having or pretending have

was irf'session io-meet them: Mr.Stephen' Girard, tho celebrated Ban Jan. 4, 1832\ 18 tf. any right, title, claim or interest in, or .to

A discussion of upwards of three'h urs ker and Merchant, died' Philadelphia' the said Mackerel and Pigs, by nJ1l lawful

rt, whenit about the 2tth December last. It is ProposalsWILJ 'ways, means and methods,whereby thisMo-
unanimousp.agrcedthat supposed
was the'meet* I nihon may be made most public and notorious -
ing should je for-tile ''"" that Mr. Gi'rard will leave about 10 to bound at tho time, place
: present postponed.' bo received b* the subscribcVa! appear ana
i TUOTS AT, W9 cUESTEn., ;', millions of.dollars... the first dal.Feb'ru.ry next, aforesaid heron) the Judge. aforesaid, and

.Reform meeting,wos'lbeld at Worches l '" for building a Stone Jail in the town of Key' also to attend upon every session and PCS-
the'3th West; with a Brick Cistern attached thereto sinrs to be held there and fiom thence until -
tor on ,'whichpassed; oft'quickly.. MA R1.Ivt
there lire In j ;in accordance with an'Act of the Legis- a,definitive sentence shall, he read and
In tjio evening was a one otj thgjy On Tuesday evening, the 10th inst. by A. lature of Florida passed the last, ;e sion. A 'promulged in the said business inclusively,
? streets,:which as usual. attracted grew Patterson, Esy.Capt.. William II. Bethel to plan of the proposed building may be aeen shall their
if them bf than think it
. luimberof of idlers,''who_ at length became Wry 1 Miss Caroline Mott, all of Key'West. applying to either of the undenigncd.L. or any
. noisy, and'finally commenced mi attack On Saturday 4venn,14th inst. by Wm. .. M. STONE, duty sti to do, to hear; abide by and perform

unonUio: windows of the Town Hou;e.Twa Frean, Esq. Mr. Pete Jandolph to Mrs. 'V, A. WHITEHEAD, all and singular such judicial acts as arc
Clara, CIimquebisalL oFtbis and by law required to be done
.of the offenders,being taken by the place. 'Commissioners. necessary
Police lift mob bocanto, 'more fuTtoua;acid On Tluirfday evening, the 12th Inst. by Key-West, Dec. 21,-laai. 17' tf. and expedited in tho premises: and furtherto
Wm. Frean-Esq. Capt:John', R. Western
do and receive what untolawTmd justice
attempted to possess themselves of'the iron to Miss.Mary M. C. !Frean all of this place. : the Ia
railing. Tho two prisoners were \odg din .. I -Election! shall! appertain,under pain or tho \v

. the joal,'whither they net'weot in ma --.. and contempt,thereof the absence or con
des,uttering tho'most horrible yells The l'OiIiI .ERCLt L. .PUBLIC Notice hereby given, that an tumacy of them and every of them in anywise

Mayor (Mr:Clifton,) however, 'remonstrated ", ,..' .- wul be'held on the Grit Mon notwithstanding; And whatsoever
with them; and endeavored to persuade day in Febmary,1b32: ,at the room now usedas you shall do in the premises,you shall dul/
them to home They solemnly promised .CP.MMERCE OF KEV WEST. a Town CottncilrCkainber in tli& Townof certify unto tho Judge aforesaid, at the
go ;
; 'txPOR1.'s.-oPer' Key West for tbe choice of Coroner
to do'SO o".ho liberation of the' ; Bloop North America, a time and place aforesaid, together with
prtsonijrs. for,'Havana, :OO qnrntals salt fish, 5,000 fish Sheath'and Clerk of the County Court, in these ..
.' ,-*,{.., roes by master Per Spanish Sxbooner and for the County of,Monroe, Territory of presents.Witness
The Mayor consented, and.:,turned, put sefa, 300 quintals salt fish, 11,000 fisb rocs, Floridat The polls to be open from nine the Hon. JAMES WETUJ, Judge
the prisoners and the mob became more impudent by master. Per Sloop Jobn Denison, Mobile o'clock A. M. until four P. Mr And theTuUowiogt'enobs our: said Court for said District, this 20th

. than ever. 'A tro p. of,the, 27tbllussanarrifedjrom and New Orleans, 971 bbls flour by P.A. arcappoited Judges of said day of December, 1C31.
Droitwlch' however, .,Browne; 29bales Ilnuia .beUnc'ainI 9 ''election William U. Shaw, Thomas' Gib JOEL YANCEY, Clerk
just ir\ timot aspcl'SO'\bcm, Tlle.Mayot boxes- furniture by O. O'Hanu I ton,George Weaver:? .
I D. C.
read the riot act and the constaolcs ,
having /
,Peniacola, 20,000 feet lumber to U. 8. Presiding Justice M. C. C. THEREFORE know ye ta all whom it
being bg atc.'f into the hall, the mob then Quartet Master. Per ScLr. Wm. Ross, Key-West, Deq. *9, 1831. 17 tf. may concern, that in pursuance of the shove .
,began pelting tho troops;who, on receiving from Charleston. 10 bbls ale to '). O'Hara; : Monition Trom under the tiCll.of tli''

orders:, immediately; charged.and dispersed* 'Provisions, stores and-merchandfze to J: l Ufmf District Court of the United States of
the rioters with the flat:parts opho'swords' Burrows, F. A. Browne, W,.F, English and i DnI America for the Southern District of
The mob and Van the al ", otbejs. ,
stones *
leys. pelted up ... Extract from a La\v 'of the Florida, to me directed and dflimoJ, I
..,. .
do all
-" ---' notice to
hereby give per
'Twenty-nine wero'lakeo prisoners but United States public
" > 'fXAIIm : 16th sons in any manner interested therein, that
:,1 none severely' h art: jtjjfrgg. %'. ,(fL,..)"' INTELLIGENCE. Mazy&11,18OA. they>e and appeal ,befure-the Court to thodcn *
' ; .
\ "Rlp'rs AT PRES'1'Oy..gEztractof + %
tit the
. 'r in and for the said District
,; s;. a letter from PmtoiuPrttton < PORT OF KEY WEST. ; SECTION XlXf' Court House ia Key West,Willie fifteenth

" ', Aor., 7.. ".. Every person who shall procure vr tn- day..of February, 1C32, .at ten o'clock i 11

4 :I dare! saY.IOU will have many: pxaggcratod --* ,AIUUVED SINCE OUR, LAST lice ,a SOLDIERof the United States to the forenoon of that day;,then and thereto

attempts at jiots 'which Jao..Jl.'Scbr.Van boron, Dfkmao, .desert, or who shall purchase from any interpose their claims for'tbe same,apt
<. we. have bad here to day Some njiscbieri rensi'ceta. ",' < Soldier,'his Arms, Uniform Clothing, Of to make their allegations in support thereof:

; i cn done, but nothing in circulated ri n 12th. Sloop Norm i America. Dr: mao, St. any part thereof; and any 'Captain or .- *!* M. STONE,

. reports which',have been Mark Commanding Qrtker of any Ship or Ves- 17. t'gstJtattha s. .JWrid.

: .1'.84. A -.

i V ,'f.m. Ir dmrhg

-__ r sec' '
w v %/ *i o IU t
y if' .
NEW AD ; tvbc$ trtdLi o 'Sand Key bears I't, anr fore '. ,said I ei liitbl .,=

,_ lien IV i, *<.. ,; I" ndcstinely'?? ._, rn' ,(drm ti ,stmt ma .=
LJlII t., =;place andvhosha ot p s I \osoo,Upon ,: ,
c a iyh __ ':' r'other'evidence eTTLhU". .
WILLCOMA hQ *> having Leon R' Scc. 3.v'Dc '
bo intn1sted' 1 mid: vessel initted to depart from thence,-and eAor iW' ,OrdinanceiUhul sT all t .r f I for
t "
0 t' X11"c cisbrib'elepa !muTa Pilot,they mining him to lair idI0\1t first '
Rooms in the W c 0 :f LDINC '*''* permission expressly (,rORDINANCENo.byl upci1.
A. BROWN 1''';? !,'J'. s U tiq.siilsjec UQ bu *:pilotage..except obtained from thdrTown Council shall .,. p''' ,
Kai-West, ov' 6) 1 31r 11Di V I c""' A.l1W wrecking- forfeit and pay,forl el.messenger 80 land ; U.. '
I sets smacks and vessels under charge of cd,-tho sum of fitly( 1JarS. a Committee ; '
7TTonNE'Y Constituting of Finance. ; "
.clltAxhrrlty .''fwreckers, entering or leaving this Port fee;:.. 6. Be it further ordained, Tliatnn Be it ordained by the Pfttideni, attlMejnlers v t. .
) OF.TilE UNITED through the NorthWest passage,and drawing foreign passenger landing within the : '"
the 7bicn Council ,
*DtsViifcT bi- HiSRrbA of of: Key
ERle four feet ,waicr shall Town West '
or over,; pay two of Key without permissionfirst
That.from and tho* of.
Court House, Key Watt fApril 20 1831. West, pot passing 0
dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his obtained from the Town Council '
this Ordinance two Members of tlio
services but if said vessel docs not receive or' 'without tho Boards
';A. b. 1'rT &co.HAVE ; having necessary to be designated by the Prcsidentfrorn time
received ,.frofn New York, lies said Pilot, half pilotage only shall bo paid; Passport or other,evidence of his! being allowed to ,time, shall constituto a Committee of
Stonfngton, an extensive if a Pilot'docs not tender his service outside freely to depart from the port whence Finance _

assortment of'Pry Goods, Fancy'A'rticles, tho oo.r'of the said North-West passage ho came, (if any is usually granted at such Sec. 2i Be it 'ordained That
Groceries, Liquors-. &0. consisting' in ,. then he shall not claim pilotage or place,)shall )he liable (o enter into bonds in, U shall bo the duty further of the said Committed,
part, of the following articles? half pilotage.Sec. the sum of $1,000 With rood security, to ,
to examine and audit all bills account
LIQUORS. ,GROCERIES. 0. When two, or more Pilots shall: be approved of,by the President of the or
Holland Gin, New Orleans Sugar.; [ tender4their services to.any vessel, tfib first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to do- presented against 'tho Council; to examine
Jamaica Run St Cloix..1! do the accounts of th Treasurer and Marshal
alongside shall be and if refused from the Island within-such time ,
do Loaf & do- | accepted, part as'
England Lump and make reports quarterly as! to the stato
Country Gin Young U,soo' Tea s, [:the said Pilot,' shall be entitled,.to received. may be deemed reasonable, or on failure of tho Finances. .
Cherry Brandy CoB"eej' Tobacco 'half pilotage. be committed to jail. -
fc D. C. P1NKHAM
Madeira Wine Raisins, Chocolate Sec. 10. When a Pilot shall discover Sec. 6. Be it further ordained That ,
Prt8lrl. ToC.II .
Tenerifle do Soap, Scgars,: two or more vessels, it shall bo his duty to the several fines and penalties herein en- .
Malaga do ,Sperm, Tallow ,and visit that which is nearest unless a signal of acted, may bo recovered before the Presi- v ,

Port do.. Baberry1 Candles distress be exhibited on one more remote: dent of the Town Council or any'Justicoof Clerk.'.

'.:' Peppermint Claret doT Cordial Pilot Powder Bread and,Shot Crac- and any Pilot falling to
Raspbenr do "ken, Flour, Fulton provision'shall forfeit his Branch. ontinues to transact General Agency'
Market Beef. Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before tho ORDENANZA--No. 9. and Commission Business.

mtir GOODS. Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, Arrfglando, lat intro shall, upon conviction, be deprived of his lie will always be happy to receive
do Olive do Linen Esirangcrot el Pueblo de
Superfine Black Cloth, Silk Irish, Branch. roi, en Cayo and execute all orders in his line of Bus! .
Shirts Cotton Sewing ,
dOt Ifveso.
Linen, Assorted Muslins, Prints, Bell Rib. Sec. 12. AU fines and penalties imposed -: ness
bons,Calicoes,LaccShawls.Ga.uzo Ruffs, by this Ordinance shall be'rc:ovcrcd before Por cuanto, varios criminales, delin-I JcyVest, 28th March, 1831.__ .d
, Cravats, Gloves &c. the President ofjjio Town Council! ,allowing cucntcs contra Ills Jeyes del pais dodondo .. -, -F,
1 ALSO to the parties, in all instances, an vinicron: lean sido introducidoa en' csto : THE SUBSCiUBERS ,' / ...

i appeal to the Council., Puerto, proccdcntcs deotroj cstrangcros, i HAVING taken the Stora recently 0'0..
I :An AssortmentfIH3ADYMAt 'Sec., J 3. When a.Pilot shall go on board y como la continuacion do scmejantcs en- byPorter'&Stannrd, in tLtJv
j or... North East end of P.' A. Browne's :Wara-
i of a vessel, he,shall exhibit his Branch: and tradas puedcn ser'Rtend das como do inju-
>E CLOTIIING, house offer for sale on
shall also furnish tho Master or Commander riosas consccuencias! para.1a coraunidad, ; ;
& terms, a general assortment of
of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi a menos qun mcilidas no scan tomadas pare DRY GOODS ?
CUTLERY &c.f&fuALSO rcmcdiarlns
nance. : GROCERIES and
&," Sec 14. The? following rales'of. t Plot Portanto orJrna por cl.Prcsiilentc y .. SHIP CHANDLERY.

; tage are allowed : *. ,, Micmbros del Cabildo.Qqtrdesde; c1 pn- GEORGE E. WEAVER &. CO.. e
A On a vessel drawing 5 feet, ,$7 00cc mero del] mcs 'tie Novicmbre"proximo, en Key West April SO.,1C31,' :".
'G" 900 adelanie el Capitan doctiafquicr a Buque I .
Variety of other* Articles, too'numcrous: to cc .;*.7 'S",, 1000i ( cntrando de algun Puerto o lugar eStrange- ; DR. B, B. STROBEL ,'
be inserted. lc ro a cl de Cayo ha do monifcatar TILL continues to Practice his Pro
'" West, Fov.2, Ig31. 9 tf i .8 1200 Hucsp,
Key 9 /, 1360n al Escribiento del Cabildo el numcro dc pa- fession in all its Various B,ranches.o .-'

ARTRILL & MCDONALD, 10 .,.".< .: f. 1600 : sageros, no ciudadanos de los Estados U- also keens on Land, a,constant and
I 'CARPENTERS 11. ." 1660 nidos,ni vecinoa! del Pueblo do Cayo Hue- fresh supply Genuine ,
snIP :
inform their friends 12, u 1800 so; y ha, de pager Tcsorcro, por cada pa- Drugs and Medicines. *
RESPECTFULLY that ..c. 13":, 1950 I sagero Un Peso.
ty'i'O general, All orders will meet a punctual attention.
the shortest cs 14 c. 2300 Sec. 2 El'CnpUnndc cualquicr Buquo
they will undertake to'ttepnirupon Key Wc8 ,20thMarcli, 1031. ,
notice, Ships, Small. Vessels, or Boats. U 16 "' 2700 faltando a manifcstar: dcntro dc 24 horas des *

Application may be made at the Store of cc 16 ", I : 3200 pues do la entrada de dicho,Buque, ha do NOTICEANY ;

P. J. Fontaine. <*' ,.,17 u'- *= 3600 ser multado y, pagara'ademas do la suma
Nov. 23 1831. citUen who may apprehend a DE
Key West. c4' ante dicha cada Cinco
18 4000 por pasagero pesos the
,..... from V. Stttea' Troops,
,J. J, MITCHELL ',' ** cc 19 .cc. 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun posagcro estrangero de and deliver him 'oer'to an Officer of the
; 20.e 6000 algun Buque ha do ser permitid"o dcscm- Army, will be paid tlfe sum of FIFTEEN:
FORMS the public'Uiat) he has loca- 21 cc 6600 barcar en cl Puerto do Cayo ilucso,nmcnos DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.

JL.,Jed himself in this Town for the pur- 22 cc 6000 quo no haiga publicamento y !librcmcntesalidn J. M. GLASSELL,

pose of carrying on his trade as SAIL-MA 23 600cc del lugar do su proccdcncia y ticnc Major Commanding.Key .
ttER&RIGGER,in..' 1 its various branches 24 cc. 7000 en su poder pasaportc o otro oslimonio sal) West, April 27, .183 1_3i
lie occupies a.Loft in the Shop of Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained cual como los quo.c conceden en cl Puerto : OFFICE OF 'TilEBRITISH'VICECONSULATE

SIr Atkins. -. v on board any vessel after she has arriv- de su procedencia purmiticndolo su salida.; I ,
J\ey-WestN'ov.,9,183J. 10 tf ed in the harbour, at the request of the Sec. 4. El Capitan de algun Buque quo And Agent for I Joy dt, London'and th*'

Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo Ilucso at- Association of'Undertcritert lAvcrpoolp

ORDINANCES Pilot shall be entitled to demand and'receive gun pasagero quo hayga salido clandcstina- No,3SROK -ITnEr.r.

Three Dollars for every such day. mente de alga n lugar y quo no posea pasts, Office hours from 0 A. ar, to 3 o'clock 1". M.
Of the Town Council, 'pass Sec. ,16. Any Pilot applying for' n porte o otro icstimonio de habersido permi- tf KeyWest. Oth April 1831.

ed Oct. 15 1031. Branch, shan, at the time he obtains ihe) tido su salidu y pcrmitiendole dcscmoarcar
same, pay into tho hands of the Treasurer sill perlJ1iso primero obtenido del' Cabildo, ; THE :CITY GAZETTE, ..

1ORDINANCE TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk ha dener mullado t pagara por cada pasa AND COMJlEBCIAL, DAHV,ADVEnTMBH. _
-No. 8. for issuing the same. gero nsi dcsembarcardo Cjncucnta Pesos. A'Journuldr.Commerco, Science, 'Literature

To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. '17. All Ordinances and parts pf Sec 5. Que cualquicr"pasagero cstrau- and tho Arts.

Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against tin Ordinance gero descmbarcando Icntro del Puerto de BY BtMUS & DfJIYEA.

Town of Key West, That when any per- ate heret>yrepealed. >f Cayo Ilucso,sjn permiso primero obtenido, THE CITY ,GAZETTE is one ,of tho
con shall be desirous of having the situation '--.. del Cabildo o sin crier cl pasaporle,neccs-' oldest existing JournaU in tho U State*.
of Branch Pilot of this Port,lie shall presentto 5 ORDINANCE-No. 9. sario 0 otro testimonio do hasher sido Crmit Under many nroprietori.its course with few
the Council a written petition whereupon dCJ Ealirlibrcmento delPuerto do su pro exceptions, Lave always been American
; Regulating the introduction tf Foreigner and popular. Of late yean from neglectmore
shall.be the duty of the Council to appoint } into the Toicn of'Key, West. ccdencia (si en coatumbroen tai lugar)ha do, tban any other cause its influence and
a committee of three competent per- .;- ser IUj to a entrar en obligacion en la sums patronage'bad visibly declined.. Within the
sons to make enquiry into the qualificationand WHEUEAB several criminals, .offenders against de$1000 con bucnafianza quo approba fast year Lowev'er the present proprietors,
fitness of the persons applying, and res the laws of tbd*country 'whence do por el Prcsidcnte del Cabildo o un juezdo having entered upon a course of policy,

port thereon at the next succeeding meet- they came, have lately arrived txt ,Key paz para qua salga de la Ysla,dcntro del more consistent With the 'politics of. Uio

ing of the board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign,Ports,,and il.s'a continuance tiempo como sera considerado razonablo 0 South, and having made numerous additionsto
petitioner shall be acted on all Pilots ap- of such arrivals will be attendcd en fallando sera conducido a,la carccl. the 'mechanical Improvement of tbeir

pointed shall, previous to receiving their by many Injurious consequences fo' See 6. Que !las multas aqui ordanadas, establishment handsome type by, and fitting on a it. out larger in a sheet new tad and

Branch, give bond wittrgeod and sufficient the tommunity unless means be takento pueden ser eolhradas1por! Presidpnte 'del better description of paper than heretofore;

security for the faithful performance of their prevent them: Cabildo o porun jucz,do paz.ORDINANCEN0.. ;lay clairn to> and Lave been favored with a
duty. &P Be it therefore ordained, by the President -- large and proportional increase 6f patronage

Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, << and Member of the Town Council 10. including new subscriptions awl gene
of Wat That and after Within tie Jut year their
Key ;? from ral advertising. ,
shall have and Boat suflicfently introduction Cholera
uso a largeto preventing of ,
has been swollen
the first day of November next, the Master list of patrons by an accession -
enable them to proceed over the Recfand of vessel from into the Torn of Key Wett.WHEBEAS of more tban Three Hundred Citi
any arriving a foreign portor
tender the aid of Pilotage to any vessel; re- zens,, to which new names are with littleexception
certain disease knownrby the
place, at the port of Key West, shall a
almost added. The
quiring'the Fame. dally
make, report to the Clerk 'of the"Tcfwn name of INDIAN CHOLERA at, pro- ,' pro-
order the better to merit that
pfietorsjin encouragement -
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 Council,,of the number of passengers onboard sent prevailing in the Northern parts of of which, it is equally tbeir
feet of water entering tflis'Port, except fishing not citizens of the United Stales, Europe,of the roost fatal character,"'arid pride and pleasure acknowledge to much

smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels nor residents of the Town of Key West; as such disease may be introduced into has been received from their friends aod

under charge of wreckers, stall ,pay the and shall pay to ihe Treasurer ono dollar our own ports by vessels 'trading. with' fellow elt.1zcna-haye established, in connection -
Tales of Pilotage hereinafter specified.Sec. for every passenger aforesaid that quarter of the Globe: with their office business, spacious

4. If a Pilot docs not board or offer Sec.. 2. Be it further :ordained, That Be it therefore ordained, by the Pre- .Reading Room, in'which, the chief Public
his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot the :Master vessel -Journals find their way aDd are carefully
ofany- failing or neglect- tident Member-of the Totcn Council our Union.;. .
filed, from'all,the( States in -
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of ing to make such report within 24 (hour of Key West, Tint all vessels arriving This room is free with all its facilities,without
the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit from ports or places, where the said disease I charge, to all of the Gazette.A .
to boarding or offering his cervices,shall be and pay the sum of fire dollars, in addi- exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of the regular weekly Prices Current,"in letterform

entitled to only half pilotage; and if said tion to the sum aforesaid required for each port, without their going onboard, to the I sand upon a fine paper suitable

Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the passenger. .. Quarantine Ground northward and westward I or correspondence, carefully collected,
UghMIousc on Key West is distant not Sec. 3. Be further ordained, That of Fleming's. Key;-there to remain ; 'with the most correct estimate_ of the true
more than two miles, and then bears E.N. from condition of the markets, and put upon themost
no foreign passenger, any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the terms to all that
42.no pilotage shall be claimed. shall be permitted to land within the Counci} and Health Officer of the port. under advantageous thi* class,is also issued from the.come office

Sec. 5. Alt vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of Keg West, unless hVsliall 'Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That of the proprietors. Their Reading Room,

watersubjcct: to the provisions of this Ordinance have f 'lnnd openly departed from while it shall be thought necessary by the where the earliest information may be bad,

,refusing to receive a pilot outside of the place whence be came, and have in his said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels U free alike to patrons, stranger in the city -

1 he Reef, when a Pilot shall,tender his service possession a'passport, or such'other paper 'should'perform rjua/antinc, no intercourse aDd roaster of vessels trading to this
?, shall be liable to pay full pilotage; as are usually.granted at the port whencehe whatever shall be held with the "boru To these improvements, they make

but inside nfjthe Reef ¬ within two 'came, permitting him" to depart. there' Town or Island of Key West, but by permission daily man of additions leisure ,aDd affording business facilities, alike hitherto to the

miles of tho iJgM-IIouse'on) .Key West,the from. and under the direction .of Ibo unknown' SIMMS If DUJIY15A.No .. .
said light tearing'K.N. K, the said vessel Sec,4, Be further ordained, ,That President and Health Officer; and all( perSons 3 Urea street, Charleston.

t hall pay Italfpilotage. ,. tbo.ltuteror anywshJp vessel, who shall who shall hold aPT intercourse with o:7;.BubscijpUons. received at this officeJT' .

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viii r )jttig" beyond the

We be eteme tat madenod

t t3nitcd
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tad e I eachr .' :" r'esentantby; ) I b .. Iu cd t be' the re-

red, Plm ex ectl and tlt Bb,: .t m : ;person!!, tbat'tJio s" .=5 ft", : w
_, 1'It r "; ir tiancecomttrslioed late v .. .., ',._ tA'S mercW t tesselsbavobeen IS dart :&JlC fA1it i Y te
t Iii" 'J.iyt ...rrn G principle of our C? tn' ed$ foreign Potts By their '}, r r of 1'i" ,tile' ,
at a Daily Eveat ; ut CDtnf>lyinf with the proviiions 11 { trrio.
trine tft U e +ev! 1rittr + >

'"iylvtesoon. e epmploh; the requisite.office, 1 ''jknd temorary"'eitars.- frail% sorted! -: 'b1t: ,','' ; bct.'orJJot'gi'1603: ::!.onr art thUbjccfj olrUje
to fGd. to
"* "* "" -
"i" -
' .. -*-. ,. r-. '"devote, are BO :(familiar ,:tJttt"Charactijrittirfeltuffl outs from-other that increased vigilance! may, be SAINT 'VINCEN'I.By '.
; to:tblft,&commntiky have been to long 'the derat in theit element*. to prevent future infractions of his\ Excellence tije RightHonourablc
prominent'subject of discussion by, bisIj Constitution' ,isjto fact,by I \ ) and it Is expected that you w.dl', Sir i 'George FltZMn.I i &!Pill, Baronet

n hire beet- w pften and,.. .tiumI" urn- Jid epintoni. is construed. b$ ; ,' alisfactory' 4tfdeface! with that th lbfjj\ + .,'Cahlaitt General lt &*'Gaeriibi-Chief} ;,
the mtaddjn
.J ntl.i cllcated by first Ijo changing wlJlof. rnaj n a ih and *'the Island'offSf&Vinccnt.Bequia
conncH&thaT it foregoing in each base, U V
In the Federal nlor the act
*- !- ; f
.1 ? fouf l pub1 idd guardiati
} tlje'-Isla'nds
,jt q eemcd unnecessary to promulgate ffl6f%:; : aiVj rule 6f po the bond of ,the master, fequn!! ;. ahoVfiuch* of Com.ott .
:: this following exposition, 'vhich'IaoffercdLln permanent firstaection? thereof, be allowed: ., oi11y.caJJ jTiatGlttnadihand those
. ?. creed. : Therormal. "1* *? "'. *V- *' .. ,-' { tliwdrd of C amacaun .
a gr
detailed political '
. ; lieu of amore the face of the Charter : ; ;ihaN! : Arne.t
: ':Frte;;Trade1 will be'advocated as the die-' on "1-am 'respectful! .CmiTf.eUot: Ordinary niid Vicelnirat
it :
...... superfluous!io as as .. ;: :
late of an enlightened policy as a privilege J from the formation Of ; Y oaf\1 lent servant* ,i} of tsamcsci" ? &c.kc, ,
sarily :
/ ; of the people,which impartial justice 10'V r {'f.t' ":#' .. .(:t. -S. P. ( : j :
x ::reaurcs from toe rulers of every country tweenVindependent; Secretary of the. ; 4., JROtL lTl
' Vna,tU a right,which,in oats' Js guaranteed eofhmdn ical system umpire, it is ofcod TV the Collector tof the CustOm* I WUEnEJ B; ro l1 bhse uencfsoftheejrpadrail

by.the Constitution. The framersof that revolutionary right. Circulaf to Collectors of the hurticnnct j, UiAi hicl i h;
venerated instrument withheld from the ; from th .- 'TflEIStla? naPAfTMairr Island and 1t"d nendciae
tion of a''DUf\ tJty ; this were visit-
Federal tacbiresby agents restnciive the power duties to protect i it hat manu: been'Usurped the Federal authorities ,: Mayl4 1C31, ed&ri bF1itirsdeyn rnin.gtfifS| Jjto insfa.iLit

',by= a ;perversion; of the revenue from through the tbelt1bt usurpatbn-of a ; ( SIR i :tt Tttas currencies been ascertained of foreign! f "' ,is essentially nc iry fojr.1 nejr} :1 relief to.eac6urajd '

power.and.lii: exercise,involving sectidnil \ ''estimated aUbe the Impartation.! /"or'ille! only| ar-
been Variously
,the Constitution ve y: .
oppression for. sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for Cilslom Houses of the, United 8ta ticle of, rood \rhlch bears a'duty/namely,

Las,necessarily. produced sectional exasperation placed.in' 1batft partly to dcf tine ( Floor! \ ; anti pf such jq terlaUi>;l1,8 are ri'jquiml
which endangersthe permanency it waa a provided: a shield. the true spetic value ot such to repair tho ejctfciisiyedauwgeawhich
injured ;
that the
Union. It is impossible
of the Court: being one pf; the 'partly.to an erroneous practice of haVb bobn sustaigcdipliQusesbuil;

parties cap and tolerate. legislation In ito operations to manifutlvjinjust -.. i{hot, therefore,'entrusted ting their value,according. to,fti& dings and ,sugar 'works 'pvcrythc.gr "'
: unequal "
'-!* uf, li lftt.. '| guardianships *Nor could : ol ge ""ltW.FgInd.; and: reducing part of this)colony I.doi therefore, by
benF6tidithe.protection the Ballot Tao : a:1l yaiuevof inch depreciated
tbat jhe are equaterlyappoitiobedtottUtheStatesitist ; sidered majority-- 'the eat regu rt. : money g of ibis Untted.States and'with".theadvice!. Ahd fconsent! of His

: ,y,."absurdity: .to ''po te 1d'that: the burden= of I presentation of a sectional: : &TUie,true values of sterling,money the Pprtjbr Kingstown ,to be opened(

,.t. the Tariff' presse'qi&lly.iipon all. ?If/then l', ,, responsibility pf repreien | ,s.* currencyt( To tt,oid;sucb accocdlh ly)fpir Jhto admission Flour,
>. it'bows tart on 'con.utriptioia'escl tve.ly., ,'Jo,their:)' and' errors in future,Jle'rr: ellow .
,its defendemvaiidy'argue its peQtiori,b tti eir fidelity es1 and<< ,of White, 1 > and -Pitch< Pinc
sind'; It becosr i no ents, and the reFr .cntatlY { ", that whenevpr in.vb}ccs'are' Uoards PJankf-'Scantling: SlifbgleS
yet glaTing unetal; : : anc ,
effect 'agaldat I value bf which
in a the
cad ( nothing
unauthorisedexactions. alltD
.. itj > utes-'yabe'Ihere4n until
free of
tree people IU UMUUV m
.:.. lfachlesa: ,JsjU to ,be'tg1aratedawbeuitsevklea 'jority interest:: rrjAt which be' Compelled there pte..n> tt d bjr'tbe'.@from laws tlielmborter tif the U.JSfSesj a certificate you r the 31stdayVrDe C !mbet no:1t.eUenru.: ,

4tbatwd! are.not pnly aj*,"; ents to enfot Mutter ,. United States* Consul; f theta be ing-,..of which i nil Officers of his'Majesty's
bitrarily taxed ;cbnsumera. but that the' 'Customs,and all:: :other,.wboni it doth
inevitable resttlt'ot the'protective system is ICJl1ittr.i'Tbe j>rinciple: the place oC'xpori ,tI6Dofthet ,
; ,
r'th prodncerntherprostration 'sc ling-rUjatt on lt such Currency in Spanish or United, haUl or'may conccmyire.hereby.required
ulthnateriiittjfthe: :( our fionthein agrtcultural inte: :bretioaof ptaj !J; ,,' dollars, and,,charge.':tho ad v to take duo notice and, lo', govenj them-
\ ; o % :
; '
surrendered tothieir tic.; accordingtysucb'value ; or, in- selves,acc6rdingly. .;
...rest..' ', to '.:Besides.,except in the.ParU : t of euch evidence'tL'atlyouwill I Given under ttndSe: f .r '
it bOlolldU1'1n
.. There the..objection twohollse's of : said-value myliand htAfI11s.
the :
actione'of tb from the'lirices 3ur ]
our resistance', that Others afq blindly submilling \ I frame| of government' ,no.. such other authentic sources of'! '', "', '1\1'thO;.( ment-'Ilou&qiq: ,$ ngs..lown .,

to :the In ,{Devils rlQD, Which, ,with-'ourseb-es are OT rwheJiniD" .. 'I the "consolidatingtnte that as mat Jbtf wilLjri your reach,&. -. ;Jhilf eig'htcenth 4aJt of\.A\ tJgust,
ibem; COn i jority'shall pf. rn. The ad \orem Tlutles) ; accordingly. : one'thotind'eigtUhun; tedyand thirI3yhisExcellencyio .
'CJ '..delinquencyiiVot'ourjustificatien.{ If ,;"l'.x .... .. .. .. ,
" ,,, we are awake, tq the dangeii; and degrada* !,elected by a minority of-. ;; give public notic0 of the 'di. ".J,)'\tv..nn''J1 1 '-. ; ,
our'lltui.tioDtt behoves to, leave : jority Qenators" repre.en {contained ;.fto the cbn tai c command_ '
Lion of us
aggregate of whose ptl1a ; ; 'and that uniformity'may bd h !! ': ::
Ti i'i .eSorittnVried until wertball repelled j : TirpMAS )
of the whole people, all the Houses
rity ; at qUlt you; '
the invasion of- our liberties. 7'bo.Evening' I :/ Goveniinent Bec
sure unanimously passed by tit this rtmentonce'a 'to
',rest Tariff wlll therefore the most, exhort prominent to resistance enormity'of' I' tive of. the people in the, statement, of Dep the,rat s t which th'& ; Duly proclalrnted Jm"Kingslown;jl its i 'eigk
the at
of tlJat'c"American System,"which has.Wen vice versa j a "ate i.eafpresaid,are\bu estimatedj-at: 'teehthTday,of August, .one tI ousancl

built,up on the ruins cf: the Free ,Systewbequeathed'utt House maj.reject a', from' "len? ..go41! :'. ltl1'.. ,eight{hundred and thirty'- '. by oqr fathers,,and which, if' .,unanimous voice of the :: In> cJ \tIT.fiiO\e ( the"q 'st+, i>itd year.af.Ili jbly'slleigp.> .
,the Stales in the Senate- \ as to the value,of currency; .
established asthe.te.tUed policy! of the:country C. D. STEWART"J'
individual 3,183J.'I
,in end,,either sever the,bond '. .inglc I m 1.Fot apply to' he'Tteapury
the '. +ct1'ri: ,163arfial .Cl'ciieal.
of Union,opt melt down and,consolidate\ the "| 'c1el11 orate act of both Court .!-,am,j'respectfully, your r, : : ..
of the Supreme "aot, S.'V. INGHAM "
ges ,
Into onaUmiUell.l ,
State Soreteigntiet SOUTHERN REVIEW.
election,but by-' ?
not by of
,. *? The: Evening Post.dwil.opposeslnternat '
ponsibl .,set aside the ,concurrent THE subscriber begs leave tb'inform thepublic
":" ; ,. engine Improvement of asa. ''House Senate,.and ., OFFICIAL. CIRCULAR, that bq bas'undertaken, for the next
constitutional, at an faviSriasmtMaloarctipf .. NAVr ) three r publish tho-EOUTIIKHH' -J
.. bbe"j 'as. crei-' e ,,:td protect stirs .DZ.PA.1\T1\IECTt' )'eal\ RtVIEV -
have been rationally ,J-! .Sept.. 26,' 1831. and to look forJs'retnuneritionaeii'tirely ;
,ting a necessity for perpetuatingexorbitanttaxatton.,4t the majority from which the a Siitjln consequcBC/s.-of'recent 0 < to the present andfuture f subscription

United will etates''Bank oppose U recharteringof manifestlyiconstUutional was apprehended It the service;your attention'is list of,$5f jA*this spuree,has hitherto beeninadequatg
and prolonging the .' deed, committing the keys to' two'subjeclswheretT: < as
U : aniiUwill ex safe-keeping,of those,d lato the rights and power of tall leave earnestly to solicit ute patronage of
11 ute pee the of a dangeroUft power j the., .Sure suggested propriety : : but where there is still vested in'o those',! ;o.think the Review worthy of pub.,
oppose parojectedd'isposittonof llseretion'tL the exercise of '. ."
,;(' 'erttnatrisely left with tb licsuppdrt,. ; :
plus'.:Re J x
if Sovefeirnttes- thus: !not f be desirab'le to them to know The subscriber has associated John B.Irving
wholesale:- bribery/which,duration,, 'adoptca.tvngive1 coexistantwith ,.crovidcJ a deSnite rul of ,,!' b s of he.Presldent: and of-this \ ,Esq. with him tin the: publicatiorfof the
a '
oppression .
,. 'sa '
'' intbuira .. who will
tbat of oiir vernment.Aze ;Federfl Govdrtlffi JtIi. Review condnct the correppondehce .
.. 1 ji4 and Judicioun attachment to th'e inoperative,that is Icrn'dllify Oiie of those subjects and obrwt.b"es ,'establish agenciesollect: and r('.
''riled aridregular aotbn. 'it are, that'when] ny.pcrtioliofUte ceive subscriptions "and
Union;prescribes the resent ik the'proper, ; attend to all, the
So tar o furnishes'i'elieto' business
for making determined and uncont- as a congeniality American transactions of the Review,excep:
crisis a
promistngtan& for tho Constitution before ist, in relation to these th r wrecked.or oUierwjse ,in ( ting the typographical! departmeofr \ '
the interests .of different'sections ning Post &pledged to the to yield which relief promptly ought The subscriber has the eatiifactlon'alsoto

lj are: organised jarring against each otter: in,inec: 1i. > :and Free Tradatj? j" ; and longbas,been"one great announce that Hugh;S. Legate, Esq (to
*"fcilableconflict; -before', blinded, by their*j of measures, toJba; & ; ;gallanl cxertionst! npb compensatiod. whom the Review lias-hitheHo >dived &o>
the of wen, iU: lt iud shtliild either be asked or i '
:,\ unrighteous gains, the consolidation: torte! support editor consented tobe: associated with:
..haU regard a. undoubted'.rllrht theft undue" zealously: contributed to ext rhe; oCher.'s'ubjeo aD .' advantages before'' they thall> resolve to. al influence and 'pron\ote. are, that.tilUCbngres9 deem ir ptbpef of-'this journal;*,*: ''
" maintain at all hazards the tyiannous prindple.that vancement of those Itate ,_tlie':existingVjaws.concerning Jhfr1 The'subscribers who are still in'arrears
.'wbUcopinlQia," orhp'will ot a themselves,to the'good i .(in the Navy,abd'wnebey.rtbl>$ will be pleased to make payment; to J. ?.
: m ajorityssapowera4otr4; the Coiaslitiitiont tided niththi}'value of' tbe. : s discretUtl in theholct: ot qn Irving Esq:.and ,the new subscribers will
; before the victim 1o,?reignUes: ;in mino- liberty ana.' Ouor,of,South : *(the tft resort 'ia the'case 01 par their subscriptions.likewise to him, asbe
co-operation with, : t'1>> eamen;t' is recomnjehded to 'be : '
v :tl'J treaded beyond endutaaee /hitless the warm : } y is.alone authorised to receive them. j
very asp! tiq 1lfOl'Jlbertr'h etui, tshall: barrAssed by a personal :! bad pecuniary' fines, adg cs.of: ; > -A.JG.'MILLER, .

';lite in .desperation jAnd, abolish a frame of dilate (bVtha. ,Prlp(-,ncy' .,and other mUir"correC4tion., >'No 4 Broad street, Charleston.: ;
office. to the ,
'. tobo humiliating practice of -
governmenttoomucashattered '
; :bisect a>that for.which ther, rlllnaUl recog-ttipulatedian4 %Irifroaiataining its ground:! -.ad that never. on,the same day, ,. N..O'I'ICE: ; .
which inveterate sectional diets of party Jt[ "Ufl) ,hf! ( Qbder an officer** own I ilk: undersigned having reestablislfedLimieir '

tred ,thal t then render it impowible ever ning Post r,tq 7reserve>> the !bifencct eWc*, should"the'stripes, .R. ', at K rJV.eit..as a'COMMISSION -
esalatase.cotnpgse and re-fed /f. The South Press* by. courtesy and: cny law be exceeded lit number; MERCHANT AND< GENERAL
d .. the belief that the lIMritim otherwise than in the offers bitse"iet
once nu to full sense of bet :wrongs, AGEN'r, his friends
wiU be, >atiABed with nothiag,but equality t paper discussion arebest. under the sanction pf tho and the public eDei tltf. ;.
,* and it cannot be denied,that by the 09111tuUoo ness without violence,and bf :the vessel or station.-* .F. A. DROWNE;.
r even if strictly observed, the slave ,jtemperanse, With the that,in the case of offences' by SOl 11831. W ., "
"' :Itoiding State are placed at decided dil" acts of opponents1, !wilt which it is hoped their,well April '
;; O for the ,otdealbgfreely-tbut it 4etse of duty and honor, will .. He offers for sale at bit Ware Uouh!.
leagued resumption :
was e.
... 30.000' feet \Vbit6 Pine Boird3,
'M ,} ;'they will submit no toojrto a part of Its career will ever j m becoming' frequent,a system more .
eys Indirect taxation, calculated,to picion of its;,ven, p&rtUl & should be adopted; by sentencing' 10..000.fir'st bbls quality Bricks. ,-; 0',:'
15 ;Baltimore Beet
famous s anis
tea to and .yia1..tbd of rank and Otto ,
\ bll: the iaequaUjr pay uusp 36 do Bread .
Thodomestic from Navy,
.it Qf eats--aud,tfeey will demand concerns of n projftcrtioa rather than to ? #
_, I 10 bags prime Cefifeg .. ,
feyth clauarepresentIttoatlzUy .will >carefully "al hed, >>from active service, as persons : _> .
quaJ' the 'laboring classes pf y e advocated which shall :'guilty of aqy'misbehaviour: _KEVEST ; ,
ted for her prosperity, I l> 6tti a 13t i 'iie required concessions tentdiscipline pj active
,' h, tbSse by ealwnr" ttufintt r and when suspended therefrom tTh'cT41\,rv
b.ba' .is &*Nec1W..t.arptQ.: estia Wbile the -Enl Jl" Post employment under W. II. WAUU takes this opportunity of

mat c\bj: a'cfiftiatioa of pecunjarr'profit forth to the io promulgation this of the, it. 'tationa and .opportunities'. for informing the?Public, that he baa estabhMed -
and loMZand the Federal$ond will 1ttui\- prospectus t hires. -
dered4ud Corner. TUe.advocacy of State lectful of tb e practical' df e. ...'r"c -LEVI \y6oDBimr r A oin AtsNVFAi.'Tosii at Ice,j\Vest.
and,Trade two branches He imports for ibis /
Bights it;therefore, the only faithful, advocacy lw 't4f"f TCi'/ u
of tT io". must, be -most beneficially QRDF ,--No. 10. Tobacco, from Haraitn.Segars '; -,

,v,i With firm conviction of this important success, of doctrines. D QUARTERS OF THE of the best quality, and, qf every
.truth,. the Evenise: Post will contend forty .coeii will be made d with perfect Anjprjrs GcifdUb't Orricie: description may be bad At Ma eataWiahmenifer
t -tteConstitoaoo Utfoa." Forfirst lUd asd'trad Wasbingt us,* ay 5th, *% ;AU orders ia the above'IwfXr;
& as the ;tint of. r*ti<*U bjesi -.. the r tlAt.t', having'been reported to'the 1u meet the earliest attention I. ,'
the .JW. it
: CtuUtntion
r secure*
,"; tic ( rtbftUnitfeafthens the warmest grai e.. partment/,that contrary td"'the pt March 1831.Loggerhead.
1 usurpation ; aid .
the act, entitled An act.tojr'*! "
'tgb ; it -
against feMign gfob. TKHMS:
Without a rigid obAervaajfjOjiHapat / UailILpape..t ;$e'r : aanand intercourse with the Turtle Shell.

h ', _i, the Union mutt become a Uai ptjer%theses: .! eweek, :? s," appraved' *Maref nrtt Die"ae 30th.) 1 JOt 1b ,/ THE +subscribers w,,* fe. a fair price
90 without liberty,and the uncertain dan.- rtisemenUiasertei ] while with SOO lb. Df thealaAye article.
*e:of tubjugation from abroad infinitely iestoo, (S. C-) Oc(. settle themel'"; ,'buG the entered intention into GEORGE E. WJA yJin C9.

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