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 25, 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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VOL. J, .KEY'WEST, WEDNESDAY; JAN, SS; 183 i. :: ) C;>,. 21.
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1 DashM: with.a little aweet'aebest; ,Look at him with his palo wrinkled foro-' mind; however- elevateil.cbullI, l lung"re\ail1? .

' THE GAZETTE. So scantily! so toantity!1)t' : ITo ,head* bald almost to the: crown-his eye* its original dignity; Ills Candlemas oiler-
know ,
tull.wef'that all the '
rest,. Throws knitted to bvcrslladow and screen his small scheme to increase his .:
EDITED BVB. Mqre.bin ;::-more, bitterly .- ing was nar!
D. STRODEL AND L. M. STONE, Drugg'd to'the last will t be! (weak grey eyes glimmering feebly l through tow income; it.was periodical pleading of ._ .'
And published on every Wednesday by And 1 his spectacles.-Ills long thin t1bsi;at whose poverty;. that brouah\ his misery under tho
;; to pain S6mo!h'cart 'mint a snufTdrop is bf his employers and.made him bo
; ItIIOlt1AS N. JEFFREYS. That Madly cages for ( continually wagging review ,
'pain,:'but noUo bless.mefTo :n-- Death' his nether lip habitually hanging down, as talked of as onp who was receiving the bo

t: TERMS-$5. per annum-payable. in Come quietlycoirio lovingly if in sympathy with his own misery--his ncflt of, a1,public subscription,,. His coal

advance '* "' And shut mlnfe eyes and steal my breath, ,bloodless complexion, Whoso unchangingcolor money too, ,a tax still exacted, was seldom
Advertisements inserted sty iii+ doltdr':' Then willinglj-! willingly even tho frosty'breath of a winter paid with cheerfulness; dnd ;in sbmo remote
sq'--re for the first ,rind .f
per fifty (I'll go awaywith theel, day cannot bite into a hectic fluslihis districts of tho where coal
me fdr every succeeding; time, till ordered ... .. country, Was slot
to Be stepped, v *iT "" wasted body, whose articulations aru start- very abuhddnt, tho children, alight 1* seen '
.. l' ..... ..*...* ing out through his clothes-and his clothes on the winter mornings trudging along to '
i ._. j !!!I!! MISCELLANEOUS.From : thread-bare and with the eternal cloudof I school each with .
--. .tt "., : '. grey daily or. weekly .....,1....Ii ":.po. !:!" '1'.". .... :.j..!1. Blackwood's Magazine.'TIhIDOMINIEOFTHEOLDEN dust that rises from the patting feet of I of peats under.his ,armtor, the ,

: \ his pupils, and floats around him in a o'insert with'.lcasiire tho! folotn6} afti: TIME and suffocating mass. What an atmosphere I it to see the |poor Dominie, as was thin casein

.cle,and tender, our;ackgowle4gements to No situation in society is more'laboious to live, and breathe and move, and ,I sonic quarters,inarching at the head of > '
our lair orteapond nl.1"W? ; shall always ;and more irksome than that of common have a being in! It is w use than the corrupt I his school, on a certain day of the, year,
teachers, and no class of men is held in atmosphere of a mule-twist cotton mill. with of tweedledce before
gratefully receive.similar farorsi:;; a son 1ing pn
less public estimation. considering tiro important Even the round and cheeks of the lively him tho
JTOhTUE.KEr WC.i !GAZETTE.TO rosy or bringing up rear ql the molly
; station 'tlietocCIIPJ'. It ia no smalldisgracot9our little innocents themselves blanchedat till reached thc
MY'tBROTIIER* are procession, they dqor of his0
( ,> country, that men whoso the end of a six hours' drilling, and tho wealthy and perhaps noble patron, who
ON HIS BIRTH tAV5th' DEC. 1831. time and talents,are exclusively devoted to blood stagnated in the veins ot tho most gratified his generous soul! I by causing ,

ThoU'gn... the dark billows'now 'between us the training of youth, should be so illy re- mercurial of tliem. Header, did you ever bread and.milk to be distributed among tbo

roll ? compensed for their valuable services. 'Parents poke your nose into a pent-up school in a little urchins, who danced before? his door,
They cannot quench the .thirsting of the in, general calculate on nothing but clear If have will and their
souJ-! > frosty days you you recollect by bestowing upon venerable' pro
That deep; Unfathomable j t reckless kr tea- the paltry pittance they pay for the education the heavy putrid air that rushed into ceptor tho munificent annual donation of-*.

Pannotunbiad the<< cords oftn'emoryJA:; of thoir offspring, and reckon as an e- 'your lungsclogging the machinery of your One Guinea! 'I.' '
quivalentfor their.trash only ,the visibleattainment body, and sinking soul 1 far below Ze*
your Tho soul hail likewise many gratuiitour '
Oft o'er the pages of each by-'gotfo year Q. t of poor
Remembrance'' loves to shed the pensive'. '. common-placo accomplish ro! Poor wretch! to labour in the mines duties to perform, for>which a dose bfcsqucbaiigh
ments. They shut: their eyes to the minute of Siberia
'tearRecalls -' : ,or in any other mines may be was tho tOl'JunonlyprotTcred., .
each broatbiDg.; : hour of joy or f>ain, and multifarious details of duty, no less bad enough; worse than this it cannot be. recompense. Petitions for the poor Jovq
And fires bur happy childhood. 'o'e! again.- incumbent: on the teacher than the mote Trembling of a morning to put the razor to letters,acrostics valentines and all the puCe.,

Arid shall THIS bpTorgott n":""ti. =tho day' seldom palpable: reflect branches that of thousandsof his profession. They his beard, lest he should, without any good rile nonsense both in prose and terse, thill}
\Vhich'smil' upon'Ule .iyith' 'onignautyiyI; i cAh their !sons! reason or rather without any reason at all, .makes up tho ephemeral literature of a litf .
,rio!--while sweet,a-flection* lives ,and" and daughters are probably kept from being cut Ins own throat -1i15 mind filled' with tic village; solutions of crabbed I question'
". \ / wilful, hardened.and! lrabitualliars; during wild and hypochondriacal: fancies; nausea in arithmetic for old upi -1ength nc4
" Its tend're* :(note t shall. *piss':;o'er** ;'memory's their wholelifts; ,, by the salutary admonitions ,tug-tugging at his stomach vertigo spin- compositions on polemical divinity; written,

strings! .,t J._ arid corrections of their instructors; ing in his brain, end the" first .simptoms of at the solicitation of sorno half-defeated .
I And thou art'now, 'm b-a husband too; 'that the band of the covetous has been kept palsy calling in the aid of a stall to prop his dogmatist in theology and,a host of ml "

Ay6-and a happy father "%*To my viewI'andy .from-theft,'hnd'that of the fierce from violence feeble and decaying taL ul1cle. Most generous nor obligations,always thankfully received

: oft picture the'donlestic'scene, and outragG; that natural perversitylofundcrstding : forefathers Your posterity, boast because! always\ to red had for nothing,.,
r Where peace and happiness are ever secnt haaacquired.a1 sense of of your moral worth, arid your far dillused Surrounded by all these vilifying circum..

.. But yct'I' lovo thde'-stiaMclight to; taco ,,right and wrong, and willful wickedness intelligence; what a pity you could ot stances, performing all these ill)rcqjjitcd i !
Those pleasures time'and grref'cannoE"efface been checked before it had become habitual, feel it in your heart to be a little more grateful I services,arid seldom or never' rising amftfif

-\ : ) f" I 'and before it has blasted tho, character of towards those to whom you were in a the condition of absolute dependence,' tho

When two youDgo/til'eleu, .merry, .tle'artedthIDg ,itd possessor; ,and that every,individual son, great measure indebted for such inestimable : common feeling towards him was pity,fflin.'
$ -. .* -' ;find daughter that..belongs to th : ore ,
t.'r bore for'us but its jl blessings. glad in some with a single grain 6f con.,
.oiy'ers on wiogslIiODg I ?'oc.le sjndebtetljhroughRrtbHh'e}/ U seen ". Oh, if there lives in this wide world one ternpt,-and in others with a. rudo,and ;ignorant .
years have parted 'lie. -, ttoso '1t% 1t''j Hjut!' mtiva bpef-fWn of the mural and rcligioiiatiprnciples human being who has bowels of compassion admiration of his intellectual l attain.
1.(1.i; : 'which ,it is'the' .
c'ildhoodta I peculiarprovince ; for the sufferings l.of another, lie willshed menus "
Have. faded with our happy. of the teacher to inculcatev-v-'What
tears retrospective over'tho
hour '' : Of v sorrow It was of all things most humiliating to
l school I
Put still' my heard uucharig'd by time or is"jditrchild learning at ,'says one) miseries of this poor forlorn: cast a-way, behold him on the first morning of.tho,week
parent to..anodiet'Rtading, writing and when he beholds him with the
pain, struggling "
calling on tho Jit Ho' tremblers around bin;
f Longs,embrace my earliest friend again! arithmetic, is perhaps tho reply-as: if these complicated diseases of his own frame,and for their weekly school fees/and
S. common attainments made he sum total ,'assumjflgja
s M. E. up a niggard narrowness of his fortune. He
sort of mock the ,
dignity upon on"
of the teacher's duties and the reply is will
when he
; most sincerely beholds
weep ,
from '
the better to conceal himself the In*
f From lIle.Edinburgh; Literary Gazette.I probably accompanied with a niggardly or imagines ho beholds, the man of letters ward debasement of spirit which ho felts
MOON. grumbling at tho extravagant amount of and
laboring, laboring most successfully,
when he took the slender pittance from thai
the school
The midnight mooo, the midnight moon, fees. to fix the alphabet the liquid memory .of little hand ho.had often ecpurgcd ahd. wag
.J How beautiful it seems, The same persons who grudge the poor. some brainless cub, whoso: dull'eye has no perhaps about to again fie.min
scourge -
! Gliding along the stilly sky, man his miserable, means of subsistence, distinct conception of any difference in utes after third
receiving fractional portionof
And sbining.ou the streams! will characters. What world
not grudge the absurdly extravagant a of labor to'let '
I his subsistence from it. then to''
1 It smiles upon the whispered, vows, of best of them knov the
charge the dancing master, for teaching tlie difference -
hear him
.When faithful lovers meet bawling out to some helpless child'of !
! their beloved sons and daughters what the b and d_ and p and qt Add then
Beneath some leafy canopy, I poverty, who hard failed in, hill weekly,,
[ Or bower's sequestered seat. professors of dancing call a genteel and comes the practical rnanagemfcnt of the payment. MGo, tell your illiterate
I f polite deportment. They will ungrudging- whole school. There was lifo, and spirit, send
parents to mo that,tlppenco halfpennyorschool
The midnight moon, the midnight moon,
have their and i and insolence and rebellion in ,
flow sweet upon the se 'sIts ly pay any sum to offspring vigor, wages,or leave my school l this.
I' kisses fall,,when billows sleep stripped of their; 'natural modesty; to have the rising/ generation of that period and instant!" No wonder the unhappy mail"wasa
i 'Unruffled by the breeze! them trained to duck and bow,and nod and strict discipline was a thing not easily established little crazy in intellect and'intirm in

; soothes the lonely mariner> scrape, according to the fashionable,' modeof l or preserved. Ill read lessons-ill I body 1'o.eeo r debilitated! creatureof ,

1 He dashes from his eye ducking, bowing, nodding and scraping;, recited tasks utter inattention to everything tho kind we halo spoken bf laboring In
: The tears that'thoughts of home recall to teach them ingresses and egresses into in tho world, but mischief<< .- dlenessthat village with
a ,some, .fifly or
i While gazing on the sky. and out of: parlors,dining-houscs, and ballrooms laughed at admonition, and sot the sixty
\ sturdy vagabond, ,whose.hard heads wereobdurately
? ,
Tho midnight on., the midnight! moon, ; together with all the lackada'isicalformalities scourge at,defian -- ulleu stupidity, that sealed against instruction,: and .
When sleep forsakes the worn of salutation and[ invitation,any would neither be kicked, cuffed, nor Wheedled whose robust bodies were capable of bear

And heavy cheerless traveller, breach! of which 13? in'tbeir stupid understanding into a sense of duty- -obduracy that ing the severest flagellation without wincing
-That watches for the morn.GIej.ms more heinous than a breach of gloried in suffering like a Spartan--impatience wadureJy a sight calculated make every;
through tile lattice silently, .article of the : It is miserable that fretted itself and tormented others -
'Upon Jiis restless bed, any dccalougue' a mean of reflection thank his Maker that ho
Wreathing its calm and chilly rays state of things, when children are under the least restraint heedlessness was not reduced to the necessity of"leach-'
Around his weary: head. made up for sale, and handed about for inspection that overlooked the plainest consequences ing the young idea how to shoot. Only

Bright of the firmament! as if they were articles of'mer- of actions, and ran headlong into eternal imagine the deafening uproar, and the tumultuous >

What empress one can gaze on thee chandize; when they are estimated by their blunders-lying, that looked up in the mallI -, confusion that sometimes reigned]
Without an overwhelming sense parents, not for what,they will bring of the I ter's face with brazen audacity, and denied in these little seminaries. We have laugh?.
Of vast sublimity] riches of the grace of God,but of)hexnara; what lie himself head witnessed with but ed heartily when we have'heard an ancient

Thou" vilest in thy quiet homo mon of unrighteousness. This is, the age own eyes- juyenile dishonesty that stood friend of ours,who began to.run his career
O'er many a distant clime; of lackered brass and bronzed impudence; convicted without feeling disgraced-end* of life somewhere about;that beginning of

Thy glory shall unshadowed stand, and the poor dominie need not expect that less excuses for duties neglected-books the last century, tm ntibJi that btfttycepuas;
And perish but with Time! the torn and strewed in direction slates
avaricious will cheerfully part with every ed one of those schools during a I tremendous
their gold, which they so much require to broken--copies slurred and blotched-last tempest of riotous,insubordination

DEATH.BY overlay and conceal their own earthly and downright disobedience, that impudently when the bailed teacher, unable to repress
MISS CAROLINE n'wrxs. earthward baseness of disposition: sets its face against all authority, the horrible sedition that raged within iush'

Come. not in terrors clad, to claim Bqt leaving the teacher of tha present aDd sturdy rebellion that threatened'to ed towards the door/stood*there, stretchedout
An unresisting prey; with his own.difficulties let thrust out the pedagogue and turn his
Death! day to struggle poor his one hand to his p pupils in the interior
Come. like an evening shadow! us look back to tho village Dominic of the academy into a puerile republic. the other to the passengers in the struts
So stealthily so silently
And shut mine,eyes, and steal iny breath olden time, with his free house, his cow's Such are a few of the internal disorders and with, the distorted features the frantic

Them willingly-Oh! willingly grass:, his pitiful salary and bur piti- that the village Dominie of former times geat1culatioDJ,,and tho impassioned voice
With theo I'll go away! ful school fees!-The intellectual light of was called upon to repress. There were of a maniac, exclaimed to the unsyranathi

What need to clutch with iron grasp, the whole parish had JWrhaxs.emanated external circumstances, however, which, zing passengers, "Just let any decent
What gentlest touch may take! from,him, and yet his ill. requited drudgery though less irritating,were more calculatedto : I Christian look in heresay let any.decent
What need with aspect dark to scare! held out to himself no prospectoutthat of degrade the dignity of his character and Christian just look in here, and tell Mme

So so terribly! continual poverty,and the dismal anticipation office. Among these, were the occasional candidly if he ever saw such a pack'of,incarnate
The wearied soul would hardly care- of being cut off j in ,the midst of his presents he received from the parents of his devils as these boys on the'face of

Call'd quietly-caH'd tenderly days by Ute blighting unhealthiness of his pupil, Qot as rewards, for diligence in the the earth. Every one laughed, and none
From thy dread power to break! profession. Intended for the church too, exercise of his profession, not as gifts of I looked in, and the Dominie'continued

'Tis not as when thou darkest.out perhaw-days, months and;' years of intense friendship, but either as plain and'unequi-i "They are not boys, tb9.e hell-hounds,
The young, die gay,.the blest, f I'tudy-probaLly eight of ten years at vocal-bribes,or, at other times, as contributions -it is intolerable, perfectly intollerible
The loved the! loing-tLe hopefully who dream college,and contributions levied from host from the tender-hearted and benevolent i curse it"I l' shill look sty doors forever and;
80 happily so of relatives to keep biro there And who were Aware of ,his necessities. ,
THIN' baRb tbj kindest call may seem. poor giro up school-keeping altogether and,so
And shrinkiogly-reluctantly; all comes to this at last-a Dominie! mercy These peacctneal contributions; to his ill saying, or rather shouting, the distracted ''

The summon'd may obey. on us-Poor sou)! Let jour imagination i stored gantry! ,were necessarily productiveof man rushed back to assume the reins of

Bull have drank enough of life, look back some fifty years into tbo a painful feeling or beggarly dependence his almost subverted government. The

(The cup awigo'd to sue. eternity of the past, and tako hj. n'cturc. on his put under whose influence! no man -vms mad, no doubt of U. Tho "' 1cETwEsT.ZIrE


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., ,,,, I ,) of hiscountry We are authorised to- anriolmcc J"Q"
l < ,C-L..eaiiaged *in former, : :In-price: ,is ,owing 0 th&'nconsumption ends which tend. to promote. .the I. good.. .'" EtTYANCEV/aif Candidate for the Office

times mako Any man";mad., 'lIh- or a,dimlput.** fe1 pf, ; ,"are' .entitled. "to .,considcralion'thcn : of Clerkiof the County,Court, at tIe cnsu-
To;have ono'< i4nconie:jnade,up of \VcckJ,. afacturcd. Tj1jrOcI&ononof should the lovers of pure institutions ing Election. "< .
,tNopcnces, groaWand; ,'sixpencesto'worn 1> Ugn| ;: ; Jan. 4,183Si." 18 itVyWc
I.y to tho, bono with sharp misery," ., push prime necessity, that rty t!rink; rally.around the Hero of Orl ans. ((} are rcquesteJ announce \Yll1
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to have one's constitution Worn down with its.manufacturers. more entitled ,6n..lbat'.score.td :| :..- c=--- ---. T. Atkins as a candidate for Coroner at do

tho.most, intolerable} drudgcry,- to.bc tore I : ,encoiiragemcnf, than many.qerclasstos ; C01tI IIEItCIAL. ensuing election. 21 tfgrWo ,
rncntcd all day with dyspepsia, and ridden which has been pleased T (:: arc requpsted! to announce Alex.
k! with incubus all'night to, be ill clothed, WES1.- Patterson Eaq. as a candidate for Clerk of
ill lodged,'andllrfetij," were et toarufeeri'.. "to, ,take ,.under ,:'ilsuprotecting ,wing. Yet .COMMERCE OF. KEY the Connty Court,at the ensuing election.

oils to bo borne with patience: by any,human, opposed as we pry to'thdTarifl'. jn general J. : I lMPORT8-frQin n) Hum Key;,-pcr schr..: --.

being.Theman! ,* 7' we cannot but ,rejoice at any:.indication,of LU1 i;;'767'busheJsQUJom.'er.fonr6: -tot Ilannti- per Schr. Be- NOtice.ALL. .
of net phrases and pedantic a disposition on the part of QovcrnmcnV; '< peculiarities has been>> gathered to and with him have4 vanished! the fun- 'Nassau, 20 bbls flour, 11 dozen chairs, furniture removing any from
tastical punishments, the unmerciful dgo- some-a ,system whicJi. enriches one class &c. by P. J. Fontai e. Per 3 !*. the lots of ground over which the subscriber
lations, and tho capricious despotism that of the community at the cxpenfo of the Timeridad f6i Hatana, 300 juintalr: salt lias any controul, whether witbin the limit .
*of the Town or in the interior of the Inland
cowed Ibo weakness of childhood into cowardice country at Jatgeand'which is at variance fish, 8,000 fish rocs by master. Schr. having first obtained
Lily, for Sarasota Bay, 301 bushels salt by without permission.
or exalted puerile independence of : with the 'very' principle 'upon ,which i its master. encoders' will be prosecuted to
spirit into !hatred of authority, and. an unqualified : founders pretend to base it uTho: General J the extent of the law.
abiiorence ai ''every thing inai W. A. WI1ITEHEAD.
wore tho aspect of learning. The graves Welfare.. Key Well, Jan. 11,1832. 19 3t.

of' tho fraternity are without headstone or -4}.o-< mTRLLIGENOE.--- '" -" ( -

inscriptIon, and the memory of their doingsis Wo hard been politely favored with a'co. rOPOS.'I"sWILL

growing dim in the Distance of tho past; py of Porter's Hcatlth Almanac, for -the .i: PORT OP KEY. VEST, .
and no child of tho present generation may 1832. We of the, : I 'bo-receiveS T&.y the.subscribers:
approve.highly '
ruo that 'he was then unborn.-Peace to year plan ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST., ; 'the first day of February next,

their ashes. May they repose softly and lately adopted of conveying through the Jan20. Sloop,Fair American: ,Burrows, for building a'Stone'J4i|in the tdwn of: Key
silently,-they made poise enough in tho medium of Almanacs useful information on Tortugas. West:with a Brick Cistern attached there- '
world when alive, ond'\Ve have yet uproar. various subjects. How different are ,these Sloop Dread, Park, Tortugas. 'to'io'Acco aoce.with an Act of ,the Legis-
sufficient without them. Sloop Loretta, S. furrows Havana.Sloop lature of Florida passed the last!eiSi a. A
works now-a-days-from what they formerly Paragon N. Burrows,'Havana. plan of tho'proposed boilding :may'be'sccu
were-instead of stale anecdotes from Joe 21. Sloop Spermaceti, Clift, Tortugas.' by applying to itherQf the undersigned.

COMMUNICATEDrop Miller fc Co. we find embodied in their -' Hcjir. Lily, Hewit, Rum Key- L. M. STONE;
Sloop James Monroe, Tortugas. A.)WIIITEHEAD
TIIE"XE'Y' WEST GAZETTE. treatises upon Religion, Morals, Politics Commissioners.
23. Sloop]Mary Ann,Ximene*,merchandize -
M .r8. Editors,-you will confer a fart Health, &c.-which by disseminating,. to master and others. Key-West, Dec.,21,'11131. : 17 tf,

>ur by giving: publicity to the following correct information o.n'theso subjects, are 24. U. S. R. C. Alabama, Copt. Foster
from a croize,last from Havana. '
circumstances: Tho Sloop Azelia, Capt. calculated;; to prove'highly" beneficial.. Sloop Cuba, Sawyer, Havana. B'efti,,"!

Anderson bound from Havana to Key Weston We recommend with pleasure Porters' Sloop Enterprise, :3. Morgan, Havana Notice is
North America .Braman Havana. PUBLIC hereby given that an
Sloop ,'
the 3d January, 1832, got under way-; Health Almanac to the public; under i i its CLEARED. will be held on the first Moo-

it being late in the evening, and Copt. A. I simple title,is contained a quantity of useful ,Jan. 18. Sloop Sarah Isabella, Housman' daiio Town February, 1832,at the room now usedas
A the
Council Chamber Town
anxious to to before under Reef. ;
get sea night matter,conveyed inn style so pf in'lI.! of Key. West for-#cboicojof*.. ,)roner.
the impression that the boat of the Guard 19. Sloop Azelia, Anderson, Nassau, by
to address itself intelligible to the humblest P. J. Fontaine. Sheriff and Clerk of the County Court in
._ Boat.was not on board, and the getting out and for the County of Monroe Territory of
capacity, and at the same time is not :unworthy Spanish Schr. Segunda. Andrea, Fernandez : Florida. '
of his own boat being attended ,'Havana.: .Tbe'p'oUs tq open from nine
necessarily the consideration' welt
of the in- o'clock A. M. until foot- P. M. And the
.. with delay-ran along side for tho 20. Sloop Loretto, Burrows, Harana. following areappoited of said
purpose formed. We .shall avail ourselves of an Sloop Paragon, N. Burrows, Havana. persons Judges
of election. William 11. Shaw Thomas Gib-
delivering: the More Pass. There was alight opportunity. to publish .extracts from :this 21.. Spanish Schr.Timeridad,GodoyIIa son, George E. Weaver ; .

breeze, and tl o,Sloop was going at tho book vana. D. C. PINKHAM,
rate,of about two knots; just as she was .- ,1 24.23. Schr. Lily, He wit, Sarasota Bay. .Presiding Justice M. C. C.
Sloop Cuba, Sawyer, Havana.
coming along side the Guard Boat, the Presidential Election.-From What we Sloop Enterprise, Morgan, Havana. -Rey-Wcst'IDec. 29, 1831. 17 tf. \

wind breezed up little and caused her to gather, by late files, of papers, it appears 'Sloop Fair American, J. S. Burrows, '.

broach' too-in consequence of'which she that there are at present three candidates Sisal.Sloop James Monroe, 8. Burrows Sisal. eltie tion 1

struck and injured ono of tho cat-heads of avowedly before the people-Andrew Jack; Spanish Sloop Sabina, Havana.
Extract from
Law tho
the Guard Boat. The Sloop'was immedi- son, Henry Clay and William Wirt: ,The a

ately boarded and tho Captain taken ont of friends of Mr. Clay and Mr.Wirt are at issue NOTICE.TilE ; United Stales;dated 16th

her, without even timo being allowed him -neither party being willing to yield : March, 1802.SECTION. '

to put on his coat; ho was carried on shore precedence to the other.. It is probable, SUBSCRIBERS have entered in- SIX

apd there detained until 0 o'clock at night, however, that Mv, Wirt will be withdrawnin copartnership for tlio purpose of .
transacting GENERAL COMMISSION Every person who shall procure or en- '
when he was compelled to pay 28 dollars, favor of Mr. Clay.-Terminate as this BUSINESS under the Finn of WM. F. lice a ,SOLDIER oflhe United States to-

that being-the amount of damage alledged. difference/ may, it will! not materially increase I ENGLISH & Co. and beg leave to tender desert, or who' shall purchase.from: any

lam confident that A new cat-head could the prospect of & successful'opposition lic.their services to their ft iend| and the pub- Soldier,' his Arms, Uniform 'Clotrin; or
Flattering themselves, that as they
have been procured for.6 dollars. In consequence 'to the present Administration: We i possess extensive WARE HOUSES, and any part thereof; and any Captain or

of this occurrence, the vessel was do not believe that Mr. Calhoun will, un- every facility: to aid their endeavors they Commanding Officer of any Ship,or Ves
will selwho, shall enteron board such
be enabled to ,render satisfactory Shipor
accounts -
detained 24 hours I do conceive this con- der present circumstances, be brought forward of any business that may be entrusted Vessel, as Cite of his 'Crew or otherwise -

duct was highly oppressive; nnd I am also i by his friends; there is ,but: little, to their care carry away any such Soldier, or

of opinion, that the petty officers of the chance of his succeeding whilst ho may, WM.' F. ENGLISH.1IEZ. shall refuse to deliver him .up to the ordersof

Spanish Government are disposed, when by this diversion;in seme degree'aflectJacksonV WOOD. )his Commanding Officer, shall', .upon
Who hate constantly on and for sale, Legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion
they get a foreigner in 'their power, to ex- majority: of his election we en- of '
Super fine Flour, in Mess and Prime. any havign cognizance of
ercise an unwarrantable degree of tyranny. tertain no doubt. The friends of Calhoun 1 bbls k half bbls. Beef. the sumo, in any sum not exceeding

JOHN II. SAWYER. at'the South will support tho present Ad- Navy & Pilot bread, 1\Icss&prime perkCanvassed Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, .

N. B. The Azelia is a small vessel of ministration in preference: to Henry Clay.--r lice and Grits Hams, Smoked Cogniac Beef and, Do- any term not exceeding one year"

tbont 30 ton. What have we, who arc groaning under} the Holland and Domesmestic Brandy, .-Q+ <" ; ,
= -- exactions of the Tariff to expect from the 1Iadeil"and tic Gin, Port Jamaicaand mcstic Rum,Do- Extracto de unLey'de.LosEstados :

.:- THE. GAZETTE. FATHER of the miscalled American Wine Cider in bbh and UnidbS, ;cOn fe-:
System?" We are aware that Henry Clay Vinegar bottles, '
cha. de Marzo
KEY WEST e' has Gothon Butter, Crackers, &Ci del 16 ,
a disposition, in some
WEDNESDAY JAN. Together with a GENERAL ASSORT 1802. '' '
; 25
degree, to modify the Tariff but can: his ;, ,
--__ MENT of -
: We do not feel ourselves at u liberty to re. motive be doubted f-Ht is to insinuate himself READY MADECLOTHING SECGIQN ..XIX. .
into the good opinions of the Anti- a-
fusq tho communication of Capt. Sawyer; riff ., Persona alguna quien procura o1 as-
but should have party, by holding out a prospect of re- isti
wo preferred his taking a el liuir dc algun SOL DADO de Lea

different course: Wo would advise all dress for their grievances His change of To snit the Market Estados Unidos, o1 quien comma de al-

American Ship Masters, who meet with course is like the doubling of the Hare MATRASSES ; gun Soldado sus Armas, bcstido de Uni-
may when hard pressed by the Houndsuto Mrvtothem PILLOWS, formi o1 qualcsquera par(6 de ells: y'lilgim
difficulties the Port
of Havana, to apply, the &c. &c. &c. Capitain o' Oficial Mandando algubi
oj will ho
at tho time of their occurrence, to Mr.Staler .recon WM. F. ENGLISH & Co. Fragata o1 Barco quo sea, o', quiets 'se
the American Consul at that place.- cile it with political consistency the Key West, Jan. 23d, 1832. 21 tf. cmbarca en ella come Marincro, o' de

In'tho event of their making such application new position which Mr. Clay has assumed, LIST OF LE'l'TERS qualesquera modo lleva Coasijo algun

,we aro convinced, from what wo know he reminds us mach,of the Wolf in Sleep'sclothing. Remaining in the Post Soldado, o' quien! deja de cntregar d
Office at Key_West, dicho Soldado
a la omen del Oficial
of Mr. Shaler, that: they will either meet a on the 1st January, 1832: Mandando
sera obligado a una
gpeexly redress of their grievances, or that We are at a loss to conceive in what re- Alexander flair, Martin BrethofT, mnlta Si gun ladescrccion de la pagar Corte que

information will be conveyed to the American slut the conduct of Adrew Jackson .'has Samuel Donaldson Bills Caflrey, Wm.Florencio H Burton Caldez, 5 tenga conocimienlo del inismo, en qualosquera -

Government; of every aggression upon been calculated to destroy the confidence of Thomas Pestle, Wm. S. Elliot, soma no siendo ariba de Treacicntos

our comrneYcial interests. the people: Is it because he has always, Charles Hawkins, Wm. G. Porter, pesos o1 puesto en la pricion

-.... like an honest man, fearlessly expressed his Eustace Casimiro Ruby, 2 Racbael Swan, I por "un termino no siendo ariba. de un
: TAe Tarif.::-Tin Bill introduced sentiments f hit Trenor Leonard Truman, anu.
by because be is desirous of Charles IL W bb. .
Mr. Benton, from Missouri,abolishing tho preserving and perpetuating the Unionor ?- II. 8. WATERHOUSE, P. M. or'I'iIOSE- who feel disposedto

duty on Alum Salt (salt obtained by solar is it because was unwilling to permita Key West,Jan. 18, ID."!2. 20 tf. contribute towards persons the erccliou of a

evaporation) was read in the Senate for tl a set of office Iwnfcrs to ride to preferment CHURCH upon the Island, are informed

second time,on.the 30th Dec. ult. and reupon his shoulders?. Asa politician, one Boartli" ;. following that Subscriptions gentlemen will, composing be received the by Committee the

ferred to the Committee on Manufactures. great exception may. ba taken to :Andrew appointed for that purpose:

Should'the bill pass, we apprehend that i it Jackson-and it is one which should endear lion. JAMES WEBB, D. C. THIKHAM: ,r.
. I a. A. W ITEHEA L. M. STOKE Esqn. Drs-
'will materially affect the interests of theworks him to every honest man-b is not I II. S. WATRHOU and B. B. STRosEL.BLANKS .

about to go into operation on this Island ,sufficiently up to all the doubles and' 9ve rs ; ]\fRS. HOWARD, Jun. las removed '

: Salt has been unusually high for necessary to conciliate all parties If such, I Calle from .CUe de los Offlcios to No. 9.
come time in the United States the considerations Obnpia.e '
: By calculated to destroy th Havana, Jan. |, 1831.
19 tr.ifGWe
:airival of tho Schr. Lilly from Rum Key, confidence of the American people-then AND .

;wo aro informed that it has risen there\ from is Andrew Jackson unfit for the Presidency: arc uthoriied to announce Ito.
FLETCHER, Esq. as a Candi JOB
J' cents, the customary price, to 16 cents But if honesty and integrity of purpose, date for the Office of Sheriff of Monroe PRINTING

per buM. We are unable to say whether and a fearless pursuit of those means and County,at the ensuing election. OF ALL KINDS
Key West
U, 1832. 'U
4t. .Yeatly credited at tAil O..y /!<<.

I J. -- Sec. 6. Tho Reef, shall l he considered bring within tho port or harbour of Key I such vessel or "vessels, without first obtaining

NEW ADYT: when the Light-House on Sand Key bears i West, any foreign passenger who niaVbayfl said permission, shall: ho liable to per "
either E. N. L. or W. S.W. clandestinely departed from any foreign;p form tho name quarpntlh,that nay bo inv"" .: .

IIKNIIY K. NITIVCOMB Sec. 7. All vessels liable to ray pilot' 1" place and who shall not possess a passport' ppscd upon said said vessels,Acarbfoes'f( ,'
WILL attend to any AGENCY or age, bound from this Port, shall pay tho or.other evidence of his having been per? Sec. 3. Be it furthet i ordalnea; .The! ''i
Business that may same as vessels entering! but if said vessel 4mittixt. depart from thence-, .and per- this Ordinance .shall" remain in' dill\ forceuntil '

?*o intrusted in the to Warehouse him. Office of FIELDINGA. and StoreRooms shall chooso to clepa without a, Pilot', they. k:milting him to land'Without permission i first .expressly repealed by tho Council.,., 1 .

BROWNE, Esq. shall be subject to but )jialf pilotage. r['obtained from' tho Town Council, shall "
Sec. 8. All vessels wrecking r forfeit arid for each so land- ..ORDINANCE-No.
Key-West, Nor. 18, NJ31. It tf except ves- pay, passenger
sels, smacks= and vessels under charge of :. t4 '1ho sum of fifty dollars. Constituting 'Committee' 'of Finance

EDWAKI> CHANDLER wreckers, entering or leaving this Port i. .: Sec. 5. 110.' it furtlier ordained, That' Be ordained tnf the President and

ATTOIUSEV OF TilE UMTEI> STATES SOUTH- through the Nouft.West p8.SBgeand drawing : any foreign passenger landing within the Members of the Torn Council of Key

ERN bisThiCT OF FLORIDA. four feet water: or over shalt pay two Town of Key West, without permission West, That from and after tho passing of
Court House, Key: Wost, April 20, 1831. dollars perfoOt to"'any Pilot tendering his first obtained: from the Town Council this Ordinance two Members of the Board,

A. C. TII'T & CO.IIAVE '.service; but i f said vessel;"does'hot receive or without'! having the necessary to be designated by the President from tined
i said Pilot ha shall be i other evidence of his t being allowed .
received from New York, per ,. pilotage only paid; passport or to time, shall constitute a Committee
Stonington, an extensive I: if.a Pilot does not tender his service' outside .freely to depart from the port whence Finance. :

assortment of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, : tho bar of tho said North-West passage hq came,.(i Can v is usually granted at such Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That

Groceries, Liquors, &c. &c.: consisting in then ,lie shall not claim pilotage or place,) shall bo liable to enter into bonds in it shall be tho duty of tho said,Committeeto
part, of tho following articles half'pilotage. : the sum of $1,000 with good security, to examine and audit all bills or accounts
LIQUORS. GROCERIES.' Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall be approved of by the President of the presented against tho Council to :examine

Holland Gin, St Ncw Croix Orleans Sugar.doN tender their services to any vessel,.tho first Council, or a Justice of the Peace to do- tho accounts of thoTreasurer and; Marshal,

Jamaica England Rum do .,Loaf & Lump_do alongside IJI! >all,00'accepted,and if refused, part from the Island: within such time as and make reports quaticrly as to tho stato

Country% Gin Youn :.'Hyson Tea tho said Pilot, fjJ IJbc entitled 16 received may bo deemed reasonable, or on failure of tho Finance
Cherry Brand7"Y'.. "C 1Tee, Tobacco half pilotage, te be committed to jail. D. C. PINKUAM,
Madeira Wine Raisins, Chocolate Sec. 10. "WljcnTa'Pilot shall discover Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That Preset 7 c.
Teneriflc do- Soap:, Separs two or more vessels, it shah(be his.duty to', the several fines and penalties herein cni II. S. WATERHOUSE,
Malaga dd Sperm, Tallow and visit that which is nearest,unJcss a signal of i acted, may be recovered before the President Clerk.V. .
Port do. >Baberry Candles distress be exhibited of the Town Council Justiceof
on one more remote: or any .
Claret do'Cordial : Pilot Powder Bread und,Shot Crac- and any Pilot failing to comply with this,. the Peace. I C. GREENE, "
Peppermint shall forfeit his Branch. to transactGcneral Agency
Flour Fulton provision ; -
Raapberry do kera, Continues
Market Beef. Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the ORDENANZA. 9. Business

DRY GOODS. Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, 1 Arreglando, la, introduction, dc Pasagc- Goods taken on Storage .&c.
shall, upon conviction, bo deprived of his O:TT JIo will always ho happy to receive
Superfine Black' Cloth, do Olive do, Linen Branch. ros, IZxtrangeros+ en cl Pueblo de Cayollucso. and execute all orders in his line of'Busi
'" Shirts Cotton do, Sewing Silk, ,Irish
Sec. 12.. AU lines and .
.Linen, Assorted Muslins, Prints, Bell Rib penalties'imposed .
this Ordinance shall Por cuanto varies criminales del in. ness.Key West 28th March 1831."t
bons,Calicoes Lace.ShawIs, Gauze Ruffs, by be recovered before ,
-the President of the Town Council,allowing -- : cuenles contra las loves del pais do dondo .
Cravats Glovcs: .
., >&c.ALSO to the parties, in all instances; air. vinicron, ban lido introducidos en csto THE SUBSCRIBERS .
appeal to the Council. Puerto, proccdentes l do otrol cstmngcros, taken time Store recently oc-
" An Extensive Assortment Ia .continuacion dc Porter feStannrd, in the
Como by
of' Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board y scmcjantes: en-
.1 of& vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and'shall ''tradas pucdcn ser atcndidas como de inju- North East end of F. A. Browne'' Warn
READY.MADECLOTJIING, Home offer fur sale
.. also furnish tho Master Commander 'tlosas consccuencias la comunidad .
;, ....1 i- TJ & or para : A general assortment of .'
..... ( 1rTLER'I' of said vessel with a copy of this. Ordi-1 ftjmcnos quo mcdjdas no scan. tomadas 1)11.I I DRY GOODS, .
: : .&c. &c. nance. ra rcmediarlas: GROCERIES nnd ,
& Sec 14.' The following rates ofPilotlogo 1.1 Portanto sc ordena por fl Prcsidcntc y I SHIP CHANDLERY. .

. arc allowed : lUiembros del Cabildo, Quo deMo cl priimero I GEORGE E. WEAVER &.(O.

!' .. ... ALSO On a'vessel drawing 5 feet,. ,'.- .:.. $7 001' del mes de Noviembrc proximo, en Key Weft, April 20, list .. '
: ie. .6. c'' !900 .fldclanlc el Caa Nan de cualqufcr a Buquocntrando ..
Variety of other Articles, too numerous to u. 7. ; '', 1000 de algun Puerto o lugar, estrangc- DR. B. B. STROBED .'

Io inserted. 9tf" V -Q .cc. .. .. 1200 ro a cl do Cayo Hueso, ha do tnantfcstar I TILL continues to Practice his Pro
.West Nov..2,31(31.! .
. --Key- ... 9-._ ." 1360 ill Escribientc del Cabildo cl numero do pa- fession in all its Various Brtnche*,-
ARTRILL: & M'DONALD, cc (O ': :. 16 00 sageros, no ciudadanos de los Estndos U- Io also keeps on hand, a constant and

_ SHIP CARPENTERS, ie' 11.cc -. 1660 I nidos,vecinoa del Pueblo do Cayo Hue fresh supply Genuine '
inom1lbeirfriends ct 12 '}1. ": .. 1000 : so; y eta do pugar al Tesorcro per cada pasagcro Drugs and Medicines. '

RESPECTFULLY in> general, that ,' 13 ,- I960 .. ,; Un Peso. All orders will meet a punctual attention;
they will undertake to: repairtipon the shortest cc ,,14 <* : .:: 2300. .. Sec. 2 El Capitan! do cualquier a Buquo Key \Veat 2. th Marcli 1031.
notice Ships,'Small vessels or Boats. | u \ .. 15 --u ., ..-. '. 2700. fal tando a manifest dentro dc 24 horas des .' ,
be made at the Store of ,' .. la cntrada do dicho ha do NOTicE. '
Application may 'Ice "* "16".uJ. -!*.... 3200 pues do Buque, :I IANY ,.
,P. J* Fontaine. 17ie) /'. 3GOO ser'multado y pagira adeinas do la suma
Key West. Nov. 23. 1831. ">: c' *N ante dicha pOr cads Cinco citizen who may apprehend d DE
/ 18. 4000 pasagcro pesos. from the U. States' Troops,
J. J. MITCHELLINFORMS' '. .. .. 19'Ie. 4500 Sec. 3. Nmgun pasagcro cstrangcro de and deliver him over to an Officer of tho
).;: .. '. ., 20 .,.:*::::, '-.- 6000 algun Buque ha do ser pcrmitido dcsem- Army will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN
iio! public that he has loca 21.I' ':-, ', 6600' barest en el Puerto do Cayo lIueso,amcnos DOLL AIS for each Deserter thus secured.J. .

in this Town for the purpose a 22 : CO 00 que no haiga publicamcnte y librcmentc M. GLASSEIJ,,
of carrying on his trade as SAIL-MA 23 tl .660O salido del lugar do en pro cdcncia, y ticne Major Commanding1.
({ER vt RIGGER,in all its various branch *" 24" 7000 en su podcr pasaportc o otro testimonio tal Key, West, April 27, 1031 :31 .. -

ed. He occupies a Loft in the Shop of Src. 15. When a Pilot shall bo detained cual como los quo so conccdcn en cl Puerto OFFICE OF THE *t *

,3Ir. Atkins. on board any vessel 'after she has.arrived de su proccdencia putmhicndole su! salida. BRITISH VICE-CONSULATj:; ?

I< y.Westl'\-ov.. 0, 1831. 10 IP in the harbour, at tho request of the Sec 4. El Capitan dc algun Duquc quo And Agent for TJoyds, London, and the

Master or Commander of bald vessel, said! traiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo Hueso al- Association of Underwriters, Liverpool,

ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled i demand and receive ,, gun pasngero que hayga salido cJandcslina- NO. 3, FItON -aT1JF.ET.

the Town Council Three Dollars. for every such day. inento: de algun lugar y que no pose posa Otlicelourstromb A. M, to 3 o'clock I". n.
passed 'Sec. 16 Pilot porto 0 otro tcstimonio de haber sido pcrmi-
... : Any applying Jot n '. tiCeyWest,20th, April J, 1031.
Oct. 15 1831.ORDINANCE Branch, shall, at tho timo. he obtains the tido su salida y pcrmitiendolo desembarcar "

M- ... ,. same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer! sin permiso primero: obtenido del Cabildo, I TilE CITY GAZC'ITAND "

NO. o. TEN DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk. ha de ncr multado y pagans por cada pasa- COMMERCIAL: DAILY ApVEttf IS R.
for issuing the same.' gero asi descmbarcafdo Cincuenta Pesos. I A Journal of Commerce, Science, Literature
To regulate the pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and Ynrts'tff : .' See. 5. Quo cualquier jxisagefo cstran- and the Arts.

lie it ordained_ by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against thitl Ord ." gero dcscmbarcando dentro del Puerto de BY SIMMS &> 'DL.]EA.
. West That when Hueso sin permiso primero obtenido TilE CITY GAZETTE is of timer
Town of Key any per- nance, arc hereby repeated > : .Cayo one
., son shall be desirous of having the situation --:-- : J : .... ;.del Cabildo o sin tener el pasaporte neccssario oldest existing Journal' ID the U..9lates.
qf Branch Pitot of this Port;he shall present* ORDINANCE--No. 9. j 0 otro teStimonio de haber silo permi- Under many propriotor ,tts course with few
Council tido salir Hbrcmente del Puerto do exceptions, have always been Americanand
to the a written petition; whereupon the su pro
Regulating introduction's/Foreigners, late
it shall be the duty of the Council to appoint I: cedencia (si cs costurabreen tat lugar)ha do popular. Of years, from neglectmore
into the Town of fry :\Vcst. than any other cause,its influence and
committee of three competent persons '. ser sujcto a entrar en obligacion en la suma patronage had visibly declined. Within the
to make enquiry into the qualificationand WHEREAS several criminals; offenders against -,.. de$1000.con buena fianza quo este approba last year however, the present proprietors,
fitness of the persons applying, and res the laws of the country whcnc do per el Prcskientc del Cabildo o un juezdo having entered upon a course of policy

port thereon at the next succeeding meet they came, have lately' arrived at Key paz para: Rue saiga de la Ysla,dcntro del more consistent with the politic of the
ing' of the hoard, when the prayer of tho West from Foreign PortsJarrtT. a con' tiemi como sera oonsidemdo razonable o South, and having made numorotn additions
tinuance of such arrivals will be attend)' to the mechanical' improvements their
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots appointed en faltando sera conducido a la carcel.
shall, previous to receiving their cd by many injurious consequences to* Sec. C. Quo las multas aqui ordanadas, establishment by fitting it out in a new and
handsome and on a larger sheet and
Branch, gh'obond with good and sufficient the community, unless. means_ betaken* pucden ser cobradas por Presidento del beltertlescription type of paper than heretofore

security for the faithful performance of their to prevent them: : Cabildo o por, un juez de paz. lay 'claim to, and have been favored with a';
duty. Be it therefore ordained, by the President large: and proportional increase of patron

Sec. 2. AH Pilots holding a Branch, and ..1Nnbrr.s'of the Town Counf- ORDINANCE-No. 10. age, including new subscriptions ai.d general .

shall hare and use a Boat sufficiently largeto cil of Key West, That'from and after; Fdr preventing the introduction of Cholera advertising. Within the last year, their
enable them to proceed over the Reefand the first day of November nt-xlTne Maser| list of patrons has been swollen by an accession -
render the aid of Pilotago to vessel requiring of any vessel arriving from a foreign: port into the Totrn of Key West. of'more than Three Hundred Citizens
the same. or place, at the port pf Key (Vest,'tIllai Wi1tRE.A: a certain disease, known by the to which new names are with,little ,
make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at present exception, almost daily added. The pro
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 in tho ,io order the better to merit that encouragement
Council, of tho number of prevailing Northern of
feet of water entering this Port fish- passengers 901 parts of which, it'is their
except equally
board, not citizens of the United States, Europe,of the most fatal character; and and
pleasure,to acknowledge much
smacks and vessels pride
Ing wrecking
nor residents of the Town of Key West as such d'wcasc be introduced Into
under of wreckers shall the ; may has been received, from their friends and
charge pay and hall pay to the Treasurer one dollar our own ports by vessels trading with fellow citizens--have established in connec
rates of i'ilotage herein after specified.Sec. for every passenger aforesaid : that quartet of the Globe tins with their office of business, a spacious

'I. If a Pilot does not board or offer Sec. 2. Be it further .ordained, That Be therefore ordained, by the President Reading Room, in which, the chief Public
his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or heglest'' and Members of the Town Council Journals find their way and are careAiIljr
until said .vessel arrives within miles of ing to make such report within 91 hours' filed, from all the States in our Union.
That all
of Key Wfst vessels
the Light-House on Key 'West said Pilot arriving This room is free with all its(facilities without
after the arrival of said vessel shall forfeit
from ports or places where the said disease
( charge, to all patron of the.Gazette.A .
go hoarding or offering his services,shall be and pay the sum of foe dollar, in addition exists; shall bo taken by too Pilots of the regular: weekly Trices Current, in letterform
entitled to only half pilotage and if said
Pilot does not board raid vessel; 'till the to tho sum: aforesaid,required for each;; port, without theijr going on board, to tho and upon a fine paper suitableor
pasK'f1gcr. Quarantine Ground, northwardand west correspondence, carefully collected,
7JghMIousc on Key West is distant not Sec. 3., lie it further ordained, That'no ward of' Fleming's Key;-there to remain with the most correct estimate of the true
more than two miles, and then bears E.N. foreign from vest* condition the markets, and put the
passenger, any ship or under the direction of the President of the upon
i:.no pilotage! shall be claimed. set, shall 'be permitted to land within the +'.Council and Health Officer of the moat advantageous terms to.all that come

Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet port or harbour" of Key West, unless be Sec, 2. Be. it further ordained port., ThatI of under the this claw,is also Their issued from the office

water subject: to the provisions of this Ordi shall have freely nd'op n'rdo' () fte\lffnn, while it shall be thought necessary by the where proprietors.the earliest information Reading be Room 3,ad,
Hancerefusizig to receive a pilot outside of the place whence IKS came and have in his said Health way
Oflicer, that such vessel or vessels is free alike to patrons, strangers In the city -
the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his services possession a passport, or such other paper* should perform quarantine, no inter and masters of'vessels trading la. tbii
shall l>e liable to pay full pilotage; as arc usually granted at the port whence' + course whatever shall be held with the port. To these improvement, :they make

but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two be came, permitting him to 8eparitkei>r.- miles of the Light-House on Key West,the from. and under time direction of the man of leisure and. business, alike hitherto
said light bearing E. N. 1:. the said vessel Sec. 4. He it further ordained, Tint 1 President and 'Il shh Officer; and all unknown BMMSfc D UK YEA.
No 3 Broad Charleston.
*hall pay pilotage. i the Master of ship or vessel whoshall who Ital street
any .1. JIOOS f trop any intercourse with O T4 PubscTiptJops received at this of iCQ1ItTISFMENTg.

'. ; iirttlles count/ 'et apart":: : and Slotted'to'the ifh..

: '. ;, yI'IidPLl.Tti3' ?formidable than the certainly offbeing, CIRCULAR al tribes of Indians established beyond the

,*?. ..?"," .'...' or *HE trampled by those with whom we have confederated : TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limits of the States, under treaties made
, ": STATE t RIGHT* ATVIJ'TREE TRADE at home. Hence is is vitally im DEPARTMENT with the said ludian Tribes by the United

:\ '*: t':' EVENING POST. portant :'that the power should be sustained TREASURY April 5th, 1C31. Stales: the Commanding officers of the several
," which alone can compel a construction posts tin the frontier are enjoined to
THE establishment*In Charlestonof an of the Charter. That power reside will SIR, this see that the provisions! of the: act above nU
devoled'to the been made to
Newspaper; is the State Representations hare relation
each .State Sovereignty, 1t. hIded to be enfotted in the re-
iiipport of Iheir pti >ws been deem to Department by some t>f bur Consuls, and
SATE RIGHTS and Right of sovereign interposition arrest of United moval of the said}iihlawftil selllcrsj takingfor
expedient by the The other persons, that the crews execution of the
the usurpation of.Federal agents. existence their guide in the saia
mEH TRADE PARTY. : the, conservative States merchant vessels have been discharged rcferrfel to.
EVENING of this right as duly, the act above
of this determination, 'THE principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine in foreign ports by their wmnranders, Uy order of ALEXANDER MAroMfi
POST will be commenced as Daily Eve without with the provision* of
is with Federal polity, complying the
it our
| teo-eyal Mai.! Gen. Commanding Army,
ning Journal,BO soon as the requisite office. and was asserted by ill founders and contemporary the act of Congress of the 28th of February Jl. JONES: ,

arrangements can be completed. expositors. This principle i* 1803. Your attention is, therefore, C tf. Ad|. Geri"
The political tenets ,to which the Eve the characteristic 'Ceaturo'' proudly distinguishing specially called to this subject, with a request -

bang Post,will be devoted, aro BO,familiar our from other Republics not Fe that increased vigilance! rnay.be exerted SAINT VINCENT*

to this community, havo been so long ,thc decal in their elements In the latter, a to prevent future infractions of the By his Excellency the Right Honourable

prominent subject of discussion by ( the, Constitution is,in fact by a symbol of public lalv; and it is expected that you will, require Sir George l-lt_ .rold 111JJ, Baronet,
press-and have been so often and triumphantly opinion,is construed by and .'arieswltb, satisfactory evidence! that there hasbeen I Capinin General, & Cbtt tnpr-iii-Clicf
vindicated by the first minds In our strict with the requisitions ,
will of while in a cdftipliabcd '
the changing a majority ; Island
r "
Federal councils that it each before in nhd over the vji. iiivciiu
State: and in the it of the foregoing act rtase,' -
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more our Republic a guardian rule of action.power preserves the bond of the master, required by Ileq{aiaj and such tf the Islands com

than the following exposition, 'vhicbisoflercd ai The a permanent formal recognition of such a righton tile first section thereof, be allowed to be monly called the Granadmes, and those

in lieu of a more detailed political creed. the face of the Charter would' have been cancelled.I dt the Northward of Carriacou in Amc.

Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as resulted necessarily am, respectfully, rica, Chancellof,: Ordinary and Vice

of an enlightened policy-as a privilege from the formation of a compact between Your obedient servant Admiral, l.of,the same, &c.&c.&.c<
of the people< which impartial justice iudependent sovereigns having no S. P. INGIIAM, .
requires from tbo rulers of every country- umpire. As a feature of our political Secretary of the Treasury. 'PROCLAl\IA TION.WnEREAS .

and al a right which,in ours, is guaranteed common system, it is of course a politicalHot To the Collector of the Customs. from the consequenjcos !

by the Constitution. Tho framers of that revolutionary right. Formed for tho protection Circular to Collector of the Customs. of the dreadful hurricane with which

venerated Instrument withheld from the of a minority from the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, > this Island anal its dependencies were visit
Federal agents the power to protect manufactures the Federal authorities themselves, and May 14* 1831 f ,
the insta-it
ed 1 lib
Thursday morning
it has been ,
restrictive duties I ,
by ; exercised depreciated
from the usurpation of a majority SIR : It has been ascertained that the -
usurped by a perversion of the revenue through thcsitbservicnCy: of those authoritiesthe currencies of foreign countries j it is essentially necessity for their relief to

power, and its exercise,involving sectional Constitution itself needed protection. have been variously estimated at the different encourage the importation of the.:only article -

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

Las, necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation placed in cither the parties against whom owing, partly, to defective information a* Flour; and'of such'' nratcrfals ,fas are rcj)

which endangers the permanencyof that the injured it was provided a shield. The Supreme to the true specie value of such'currencies, quired to repair ,tho extensive ,damages
the Union. It is impossible, Court being one of the Federal agents was and partly to an erroneous practice of computing which have been sustained in houses,buildings
tolerate so manifestly
parties can legislation not, therefore, entrusted wit'u its political their value according to the rates of and sugaV works: o\'eithe' !
in its Creates
unjust and unequal operation. Nor could he engine of the with and the
guardianship. exchange England, ., "
Without first proving, which is impossible, majority-the ballot box-have been con- sterling value of such depreciated currency part of this colony: I do therefore, Tj/

that the beaeLtbI r\theprotection; are equal.. sidered as tho safeguard. The sectional I into money of the ,United States without and with the advice nnd consents of His;

ly apportioned td all the States-it is a gross minority can exert.00 influence on the representation regard to the difference between, the legal Majesty's Privy Counsel "authorise and re-

absurdity to contend that.the burdens of of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling money inU., quire the Port of Kingstown to beopened
all. If then
the Tariff press'eqnally upon responsibility' representatives but secures States' currency. To avoid such'discrep accordingly for Jhe admission of Flour,

it be a tax consumption exclusively, as isyet their fidelity to their respective constituents ancies and errors in future, the President and of \Vhi'tc'Yel1ow .. and Pitch'1 Pino
its defenders vainly argue, operation and the representatives of a minority directs that whenever invoice ,are ,made
Boards Plank and
and it becomes no Scantling Shingles,
unequal, '
glaringly the antagonist in the value of which i not
effect against *
can nothing out a currency ;
to its unauthorised free of all. Duties ',thereorr until
free people to submit : :'payable ,
interest which the representatives a majority fixed by the laws of the U. States,you will
Mucb less is it to be tolerated, the 3 1st; olTDecember next
exactions. may be compelled by their constituents require from the importer a certificate from day ensuing -
then it is evident that we are,not only ar- to enforce in utter disregard of the the United States' Consul, if thero,be, one, of which all Officers of his Majesty'sCustoms

bitrarily-taxed as consumers the but that the is Charter.. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation,of the'(rue value, and all 'others1- whom it doth,

inevitable ate.l'Uin-result of the protective Southern producerin system -that the Constitution is at the discretion of such currency in Spanish or United States shall, or may concerti, are hereby required

ba.ulti i inte- of majority, and must,be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem to take due notice: and ,to, govern ,them
the..,,prostration.pf ou .agricultural! .
surrendered td their wisdom and justice. dirties according to such value; or, in the selves accordingly. '
TCSt. ." Besides except-fn tho Parliamentary trans- absence such evidence, that you will ascertain '
solidity in lire .toourresistance Given under Hand and Seal at;Arm
There i* no objection my ,
actions of the two houses of Congress-our I said value from the prices current, ''
that others are blindly sub at tho Government House in
Kingstown -
frame of government no where recognizesthe and such other authentic sources of information ,
mitting to' thcrcvils, which are overwhelming I consolidating rule that the will of a majority I as may be within your reach, &charge this eighteenth day of August,
them in common with oiirselres. I shall govern. The President may be the ad valorem duties accordingly. You one thousand eight hundred and Ihir

This delinquency ii dot our justification. If : elected by a minority of then: people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions ')'-ono. : :*
we are awake to the dangers degradation jority of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to the con'Jular'certifi- By hid Excellency's command j
situation it behoves to leave
of our until shall have us aggrcgatq of whoso population are a minority cate ; and that uniformity may be hereafter .. THOMAS MELVILLE, '
no effort untried we repelled of the whole people, may reject a measure secured at all the Custom Houses, you will
Ule invasion of iiiirlibe lies.i The Evening 'I Government. Scc'ryJ
unanimously passed by the representative forward to this De"partmcnt.once : ;
Post'will, therefore; exhort resistance of of tho people ,in the other House-and I a statement of the rates,at which the currencies Duly proclaimed in Kingstown, this: eigh

tho Tariff as the most prominent"which enormityof has been VICO versa, a bare majority in tho other aforesaid arc thus estimated,at each tecnth day of August, and thousand

that American the ruins System of tho, Free,, House may reject a measure passed by the I port from whence goods are imported and eight hundred and thirty-oneencl i in th?
built up on .System of the Representatives of in such In all cases of '
fathers and,which, if unanimous voice invoiced currencies. second year of Iris Majesty's Reign.
bequeathed us by our of the the States in the Senate-The President, a doubt as to the value of such currency, you .C, D.
established as the settled policy conn- ',.
single individual may put his veto on the will apply to the Treasury Department for
must in the end, cither sever the bond Act. Pro. Marshal General.
deliberate act of both Houses and the Judges
consolidate the ; information; I atn, respectfully, your obedient '
Union melt down
State of Sovereignties,or into one'limitless,irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office servant S. D. INGHAM, SOUTHERN REVIEW
Post not by election but by appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury.OFFICIAL .
despotism. The Evening set aside the concurrent enactments of TilE subscriber begs leave to inform the

will oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional'as House Senate, and President. The pow- CIRCULAR public that! he has undertaken, fur the next;

an engine: of favoritism, er to protect the, Constitution' coulil'flat NAVY DEPARTMENT, three! years to publish the 1 SOUTHERN RiMFW :-
as a source of,sectional robbery, as creating I have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 20, 1831 and to look for his remuneration en-

a necessity for.perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation Sin,-In consequence of recent ccur- tirely to the present and future subscription

taxation-it ;will,oppose the rechartering was apprehended. It would have been indeed rences in the service, your attention is invi- list ef $5., As this source .* hitherto beet

of the United States1 Dank, as manifestly committing the keys of the house to ted to two subjects,where the laws now regulate inadequate to defray this expense, he hog
unconstitutional, and as prolonging tho ex the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom the right and power of all.concern- leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of
itenco.oC dangerous power and it will suggested tho propriety of locks. The pow. ed; but where there is stilJ vested In officers those who think the Review: worthy of pub
oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus cr was wisely left with the several State discretion in the exercise orwhich it lie support. -

Revenue as a scheme of barefaced, Sovereignties-ana thus not only was thero may be desirable to them to know distinctly The subscriber has associated John B. Irving -
wholesale bribery,'which, if adopted will provided a delnite rule of action for the the wishes of the President and of this De- Esq with him in the publication of the
duration coexistantwith
give oppression a Federal Government,but a power to render partment.One Review who will conduct the correspondence -

that of oar government. i inoperative .hat is to nullify, their unautho of those subjects,and our wishes up- ,. trstabfisfi: : agencies, collect and receive -
A zealous and judrcioinattachment to the riscd and irregular action. on it any that whew any portion of the Navy subscriptions, and attend to- all the

Union prescribes tho present as the proper So far as a congeniality{ view may ex- famishes relief to American vessels, business transactions! of the.Rev w.,.e1cep.

crisis for making a,determined arid uncompromising ist, in relation to these principles, be'Eve.. whether' wrecked or otherwise in distressto ting the typographical department., ,
stand,for the Constitution, : ping Post is pledged, to the State Rights yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber has the satisfaction also

the jarring interest of different other: in irrecon-sections and Free Trade J P.arty;" and as the support be, and long has peen one great object of to announce that Hugh S. Legate Esq (ta,

are organised against each of measures, to, be, efficient, must include its gallant exertions, no compensation of whom the Review has hitherto ,owed 'Ie
cilable conflict-before, blinded by their the support of men, its humble aid will bo any kind should either be asked or received. much) has 'consented to be associated withthe

unrighteous: gains the consolidation States zealously contributed to extend the personal The other subject and our wishes upon editor,, Stephen Elliott Esqin the literary '
shall) regard,as undoubted,right their undue it that till deem it
influence and promote the political ad- are* Congress proper' to I department of this journal. t '
advantages-before they sba|} resolve ,to alter the existing laws .
wlio- tfevote'themselves concerning
vancement of those statesmen punishments The subscribers who aro still in arrears
maintain at all hazard the "tyrannous principle to the good cause, which is identified in the Navy,and whenever those laws will be pleased to make payment to J. B-
that "public opinion, or the.will of a with the value of tho Union and the allow a discretion in the choice of punishments Irving Esq. and the new subscribers will

majority, tsa power abovp tho Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its the first resort, ha the case of offences pay their subscriptions likewise to him, as
and before the victim sovereignties in'minority I warm co-operation with these will be em- by seamen is recommended to be always he is alone authorized to receive them. "

goaded beyond, endurance (unless the barrassed by a personal pledge to no can- had to pecuniary fines, badges of'disgrace A. E. MILLER,

very aspirations for liberty,,bo extinct)shall didate for the' Presidency', or any other and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad street, Charleston.
rise in desperation Sd.. abolish a frame of office. than to the humiliating practice of whipping "

government too much shattered,to be recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts *, and that never on' the same day, by NOTICE.

nised as that fur which they originally stipulated of party, it will:be the aim of the Evening punishing underan officer's own authority undersigned having re-establishei

and which inveterate sectional' hatred Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripes, limited THE at Key West as a COMMISSION -
shallthen render it impossible ever Press by courtesy and moderation, under by law, be exceeded in number; or MERCHANT AND GENERAL

again re-compose and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise than in the presenceand AGENT, otters his services to his friends
to fulL of her
once a wrong, discussion subserved, firmness under the sane ti of the
i are best by commanding and the public\ generally.
satisfied with nothing but
will equality i officer of the
without violence, and real without in- vessel or station.
be denied that tho Constitution
and it cannot by: temperance. With the opinion and public And that,in the case of offences by officers -
if observed, the slaveholding CO 1831Ho
even strictly acts of opponents, it will exercise right which it is hoped their well known April .
State placed at decided disadvantage. offers for-sale at his Ware house
of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent "
Once leagued for the resumptionof 30,000 feet White Pine Boards
its will the suspicion from becoming frequent ,
part of career ever justify system more remedial -
rights they will tubinitjio longer to a of the infamous should be 10,000 first quality Brick
of its even partial adoption adopted, by sentencing toa
system of .indirect, t.utioacalculated to maxim,that all is fair in politicr" reduction rank and pay,orto a suspension 15 bblt Baltimore. prim. Beef
to tho extent and inequality 3ff do Bread
blind tho people from Nary
The domesticconcernsofournative State promotion rather than to>
of their burdens-and they will demandfor will bo carefully watched and the policy from active:service,as persons,unfortunately |O bags prime Coffee. __

theirlaboringclas a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calculated : guilty of any misbehaviour need KEY WEST
equal to that of the laboring fur her prosperity, safe, and economical most the constant discipline of active service -
\>ther States. The required concessions government. and when suspended therefrom are SEG AR MANU!A'CTORY.

will be certainly refused by those by whom. While the Evening Post will be devotedto left without employment nnder greater W H WALL takes this of
estimated opportunity
the Union is regarded but ps a bargain the promulgation of the political faith set temptation and opportunities:injurious Informing the Public that he has establish
calculation of pecuniary profit ,
by a forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful indulgences.
and lUll, and the Federal bond will be sundered of the practical details of Commerce LEVI WOODBURY. ed A SEG.RwJ'J.C1'ORY at J ey('Vest.
-and forever. The advocacy of State lie imports for this the best
and Trade, two branches of industry which purpose, wry
Ilights U, therefore, the only faithful advocacy must be most beneficially affected by the ORDRR-NO. 10. Tobaccofrom liar ana, _

of Union. success of iu doctrines. Great exertion HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY. Sugars of tho best quality and of'evcry
firm this
With a conviction of important I
truth the Evening Post will contend for will be made to perfect the departments I ADJUTANT GKNERAI' ,*! Orncc, description may be bad at hiaesUblishmenfr
connected with commercial
Xlberty-plhe Coutil"UoD-1nion. For intelligence Washington, May Stb, 1831. 03- All orders in the above line will
and our merchants and tradesmen sball find
tint, a* the first of national bless having been meet the earliest attention.
Liberty the readiest attention to all their wants, and reported to the Var Department -
sing; (bribe Constitution which secures it the warmest gratitude fur all their favor that contrary to the provisions March, 18,31.Loggerhead. '
from domestic usurpation and for the Union of the act, entitled An act to regu
which strengthen it against foreign ag.. TERMS: late trade and intercourse with the Indian 'Turtle Shell

greMioa. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Tribes, and to preserve peace on the frontiers -
the compact the Union must become a Union paper, three times a week, $5. approved March the 30th, 1902, several TilE subscribers will give a fair price
without'Liberty,and the uncertain dan- Advertisement inserted the usual rate white persons,with the intention there IDS. of the above article.

f cr of subjugation from abroad is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, 1831. to settle themselves, have entered into the Key GEORGE Wet June E.B WEAVER &' CO