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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: February 1, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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"BE JUST, AND 'FEAR WOT' -rJET ALL THE ENDS' THOU AIMST?. AT, BE TIlV 'COtJNTRT1 ; ...r .1..

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VOL. 1. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, FEB. I, 1832. NO.. 22. '
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Sleep on-to thee the moonbeam comes was introduced into a parlour, where she find tombs? not a world 1 Washington
THE GAZETTE. Unbroken from on high, requested I would wait a moment for the has left the United States as a trophy on his
Pure, radiant, as when first it fell General. field of battle.In '
EDITED BV Upon thine infant eye: I was by no means disconcerted. Great no respect docs tho career of Bonaparte .
U. D. STROBEL AND L. 91. STONE, And oft the morning bow will shed
ness of soul or that of fortune never strikes resemble that of the gravo.American.
And published on every Wednesday by Its softest glories round thy Lead,
1 tho former without former ancient soil
N. Eri'UEYS. And seem, as o'er thy form it gleams, mo with awe. admire The fights upon an ,
THOMAS
The emblem of thy spirit's dreams. being overwhelmed by it; as for the second, surrounded with splendor and tumult; his

'J'ERMS-$5. per annum-payable in on-the fearful wrath it rather inspires me with pity than respect. object is his own fame; ho is reckless as to
advance. Slecr on-sleep The face of man will never cause men mo- every one's fate but his own. lie appears
cloud and
mingling deep,
Advertisements inserted at one dollar May leave its wild and stormy track, ment's embarrassment.In to be apprised that his mission will be but
per square for the first insertion, and fifty Above thy place of.sleep. a few minutes tho Genera entered.- of short duration, that the torrent which is

cents for every succeeding time, till order\' But,when the wave has sunk to rest, lie was a tall man, with an air of calmnessand descending from so lofty a height will soon
- ,ed to be stopped. As now 'twill murmur o'er thy breast, frigidity, rather than that of nobility be exhausted; ho hastens to the enjoyment

------- And the bright victims of the sea stamped upon his countenance; the engravings and abuse of his own glory,like a youth in
POETRY. Perchance will make their home, with thee. of him are excellent likenesses. the pursuit of novelty. In imitation of tho

Sleep on-thy corse is far away Without uttering a syllable, I presented my I Gods of Homer, he wishes to bo every
THE BURIAL OF COLUMBUS. But love bewails thee yet- letter. lIe opened it, threw his eye on the where; he appears on every chore; ho inscribes
It was no kingly pall For thee the heart-wrung sigh is breathed, signature, which he read aloud with a sort his namo in the pompous ceremonies -
No purple and gold, like an evening cloud, And lovely eyes are wet; of exclamation; "Colonel Armund!" This of all nations; in tho rapidity of his
bride
On which the sun hath in glory bow'd- And she, thy young and beauteous was the name by which ho knew the Marquis career he casts crowns to ibo different mem-

Bow'd from his jewel hall; i As Her oft thoughts she turns are to hovering view with by tears thy side, of RouMric, whose signature! it was. bers of his family, and to his soldiers; with

Hut,the'banner and' bending plume, The Eden of departed years. He sat down: I explained to him as wellas the liko precipitation ho erects monuments,
The censer and rich perfume, I could, tho object of my travels. lie enacts laws and gains victories. leaning

.Were.Were'foully of that changed One,whose for throne high renown and crown! From the N e\v.York Constellation.TO replied in monosyllables French or Eng over the universe, with one hand he pros-

# AULD WINTER. lish, aid appeared to listen to me with trates kings, with the other ho beats down
Trial and toil were o'er; astonishment; which I could not fail to the hydra of revolution; but in crushing
hiems
Improba ptignat indignitirque! quod
Anguish and hate, and the withering scowl ausim perceive when I observed to him with no anarchy he stifles liberty, and at last loses
Of Malice howl
Were hoMongued still-as the Dead, ancAnger'8 Seashore:-- Scribere, so rigidas incutiente minas. small share of vivacity, "It is less difficultto his own on his last field of battle.

' Oh Fame! this was thy victor hour! OVID. find a North.West passage, than to create Each is rewarded according to his works:

Earn'd not by spear.or arm of power, Auld Winter,w'yer chills an' blains, such a nation as you have done."- Washington raises a nation into independence -
Nor bloody wreath, nor crimson band- I see ye thro' my window panes,' Well, well young man 1 exclaimed, offering ; as a retired magistrate, ho sinks
purses ana glory, hand,in hand! Shakin' at mo.yer icy chinsW1' me his hand. lie then gave me an peacefully to rest under his paternal roof

Unfold the page of Time! muckle ire, invitution for the next day to dinner after amidst tho regrets of his compatriots and
And the dust of ages sweep away: As, ye would touch my very ain fire banes! which I wished him a good morning.: of tho veneration of all nations.
By
Behold the past,like a full-orb'd day, my I was exact at tho rendezvous: wo sat Bonaparte deprives a nation of its independence
Burns on its, pomp sublime- I know yc by yet chillin blaw, down about five or six guests. The conversation : as a fallen emperor he is driven
Glimmers the spear like twilight star, I know ye by yer look sae raw, ran almost wholly on tho subjectof !j into exile, where the fears of tho nationsof !
Wave the white plum like foam afar I know ye by yer features a'
the French Revolution. The General tho earth do not think him sufficiently
On the the just Fran to toe,
deep sea as sun flings tap
Unto it his golden offering Yer icy han's, yer face o' snaw, shewed us a Key of the Daslile; these keys imprisoned though guarded by the ocean,,
An' frosty pow.Wi' of the Bastile were ridiculous play-things, As long as life and death to him continues
They bear him to his grave- distributed throughout the two hemispheres.Had to be a subject of debate,'Europe dares not
Jlim who had sailed the untravell'ddeep, notice short ye cpm this year,
And found where furiouswhirlwinds sweep Showin' yer phiz sae cauld an' drear, Washington, liko me, seen the con- lay down her arms:-He expires; this news,
A world across the wave! Enough to chill the heart wi' fear, of the Hostile, in the kennels of though published at the gates of the palace,
Mournful I gaze upon the throng, An' mnckle dread, Paris, he would have had less venerationfor in front of which the conqueror had cans*
That bears the solemn bier along; To.see pet frigbtfu' face aprear, his relict. The strength and virtue of ed so many deaths to be proclaimed, neither
And the sad scene appears to me An' hear yer tread. the revolution did not consist in these sanguinary arrests nor astonishes the passenger; and

A foul, unhallowed mockery! Ye're aye my nose a turnin blue, orgies. At tho revocation of the indeed, what had tho citizens to weep fr'

Spirit! Icallonthee- My cheeks ye paint a purple hue, edict of Nantes, in 1C85, tile populace of The Republic of Washington still exists;
Spirit! in whose great heart was furl'd, Ye nip my lugs a' thro an the St. Antoine suburbs demolished the the empire of Bonaparte is destroyed,
jj'en as a scroll.a viewless world- An' gar me shake Protestant Temple at Charenton, with as which event happened between the first and
O Spirit, reply to me! Like codger in the battle new, much zeal as they did tho Church of St. second voyage of a Frenchman who has
First on the Western shores thy feet Or an earthquake. Dennis in 1793.I since experienced tho gratitude of a nationon
Felt the blue waves in meet
homage
; Ye ha feelin' for the took leave of host at ten in the
O'er mighty realms and isles unknown, na poor. my whoso soil ho had fought on behalf of
Had thy bangers, first of mortals, flown! But aye ye burst the'cabin door, evening,and never saw him afterwards: the oppressed colonists.: _
An' strike into the fu hearts core 'next day lie went to his country seat, and I Washington and Bonaparte both.sprung
Thou gav'st them all-to whom Wi' ruthless dip,
continued on my travels. from the bosom of a republic both the offspring -
Crown'd of Alhambra! thy scepter'd shade, The while yer victims on the floor ;
Could it again the world invade- In yer cold grip.. Such was my rencontro with the man. of liberty !towhich, the former .remained -
Start from its gilded tomb, who had enfranchised a whole world faithful. while' fho latter/ proved
Ye're content wi' freezin' a'
'Twould blush to own the gift he gave, Ye're na content breath to,blaw Washington had descended to the tomb treacherous. The lot agreeably j to their
By thee recorded on his gravet Wi' raW na in' bail,and yer fleecy snaw, "before I had acquired the elightest reputa- choice, will be different in tho eye of poste
In letters time will ne'er erase- Our lugs to greet- tion; I passed before him as the most insignificant -
ilis trophy and thine own disgrace! individual he in all his rity.The
But ye maun bring yer splashin thaw ; was name Washington will spread
Crown'd dtistf and where art thou! To soak our feet! splendor, and I in perfect obscurity. At with tho cause of liberty, from age to age;

And where is the man whose life supplied Ye've round my cot a searchin binWi' the end of twenty four hours, ho had pro- it is a new era fur the human race. .
Worlds unto thee, whilst the King denied bably forgotten that such a existed. The
yellin' blasts and glammerin' din person name of Bonaparte will descend
The wreath to bind his brow
King of the heartless heart! rhis name There's na a crack but )e'll get in, ,-Happy, however, that his eye ever for a likewise to posterity, but always unattended
An' to boot- moment rested it has animatedme
Burns in the red right-hand of Fame, stay upon me with benedictions, and never servebut
Unless I drive ye out again, for the remainder of life: there is a
Tis stamp'd upon the ocean vast, my as an example for tho demon of oppres-
An' faith I'll do'tiYe
GraYed on the Future by the Past! virtue in the look of a great man. sion.
need look fierce at Since that event I have seen Bonaparte.
na so me Washington was wholly the
Death was to him but life! representative -
,lie on triumphing wing the while Glowerin frae out yer vengefu'ee, -Providence has then shown me the two of the wants, ideas, intelligence and
Fled all thy treachery, all thy guile- For be assur'd that I'll make free great personages that it has been pleasedto opinions of his epoch; instead of constraining
To send hame
The base ignoble strife; Wi'fire coals if need ye there be placo at the head of tho destinies of the march of intellect, he seconded it;
an ,
But o'er his bier the plumes that shone Pit in wam'e. their respective ages. his will was identified with that of the people .
Had loftier glory than thine own! yer If ice compare Washington with Bonaparte ; and'hencu tho coherence and perpclui-
Fame's mighty orb was o'er him spread, to the of former
man man
genius of his wurk. This
ty truly great man,
Brightening the relics of the dead
,
MISCELLANEOUS.VASIIINGTON seems to be of a flight less elevated than
though not
magnificently striking
And Memory aa she rolls in prido oecauso
The perish'd pomp of years aside, than that of the latter. Washington does he was natural and Just, seems to have confounded
Beholds upon the surge, the surf, % AND BONAPARTE. not liko Bonaparte, belong to the race of his own existence with that of his

His glorious presence marching forth* BY CHATEAUBRIAND.: Alexanders and Ceesars which baffles hu country; his glory is the common patrimony
One foot on Calpe's summit hoar, When I arrived at Philadelphia,says this man conception. There is nothing marvel : of increasing civilization; his fume 'rises
The other on Vcragua's shore- celebrated General bus or astonishing attached to his
writers Washington person; like one of those sanctuaries out of
"Lo lie found! new it,world gave it! thee the hero, and cried died, not there. I was under the necessity of his object is not to outvie tho most able which there springs inexhaustible sourco

WhiUt thou, dishonour'd,scepter'd knave, waiting a fortnight, at the expiration of generals,or most powerful monarch of the for the nations of the earth.
Gave, and 'twas all thou gav'st-a Grave! which time he returned. I saw him pass age; ho does not traverse the ocean; he Bonaparte might likewise have been the
in a carriage drawn by four higlj-epirited, does not march from Memphis to Vienna, dispenser of public good; he had to do
See Irving' Life of Columbus. well-bred horses, driven four in hand. I and from Cadiz to Moscow; he defends with tho most civilized, the most intelligent,
t"ForLeon"and Castile Columbus found had figured to myself that Washingtonmust himself with a handful of citizens, upon a the most brilliant, the bravest of nations.
New' World be a Cincinnatus; but Cinctnnatus ina land almost unknown in the annals of history What rank would he now occupy throughout

carriage did not certainly well accord in the narrow'circle of their own the universe, had he joined magnanimity
From the N. E. Weekly Review. with my idea of the republic of Homo of farms. lie fights none of those battles with his heroism, if he had been Washington

TilE SLEEPER. the year 296. Could the Dictator, Washington that remind us of the sanguinary triumphsof and Bonaparte at'the, same time, ho
Sleep on-sleep on-above thy corse be any thing else than aTustic goading Arbella or Pharsalia; he does not destroy would have made liberty the inheritor of
The winds their sabbath keep- his oxen along while he himself held one set of thrones to build others of his glory.

The wave is round thee-and thy breast the plough? But when I went to carry my their ruins; he docs not put his foot upon But this immeasurable giant did not unhappily .
Heaves with the
heaving deep; letter of introduction to this I the neck of kings when under the vestibule
O'er thee, mild Eve her beauty flings, great man, ; blend his own destinies with those
And there the white gull lifts her wings, recognised; in him all the simplicity of the of his palace bo does not make them of his contemporaries his genius belonged

And the blue halcyon loves to lave old Roman.A say: to modern times, his ambition to antiquity
Her plumage in the holy wave. house of moderate size, built in the "Qu 'Us se font trop attendro et qu* Attila ; ho did not perceive that the wonders

Sleep on-no willow o'er thee bendi English style, resembling those on each s'ennuie. of his own life surpassed by far tho
With melancholy air, side of it, constituted the palace of the The actions of Washington seem enveloped value of a diadem, and that that old worn-

Jf? violet springs, nor dewy rose President of the United States: no guardsnot in mystery; he docs not move a step! out ornament would ill-become him. At
Its soul I of love lays bare; even a servant to be seen. I knocked but with caution and deliberation: one one time he would keep pace with the>> age,
But there the sea-flower bright and youngIs at the door, which was instantly openedby would think that the liberty of fnture gen at another would he go back to the past;

sweetly o'er thy slumbers flung; a young servant woman. I asked her erations was put into his hands, and that he and,whether ho went forward or backward,
And, like a weeping its mourner tresses fair there., i if the General was within; she answeredin was afraid by one false step of involving; it every thing seemed to yield] to the irresisti
The pale flag hangs
the affirmative. I replied that I had let- in endless
a
rught.-Tliey are not his own ble impulse of his prodigious power.
Sleep on__sleep on-the glittering depths ter fur him. She asked my name, which- destinies that this hero of a new nee basin In his eye, men were mere tools only a
Of ocean's coral caves was somewhat difficult to pronounce charge but those of his country; he means of power. No sympathy esfsted !>e.
Are thy music bright of urn its-wavel-thy requiemThe English, and which she could not rcmem. docs not trifle with what doe not belong to tweeD his happiness and theirs. While he

The purple gems forever burn She then said in a soft tone, "Walk in, 8 r' him. But of his profound obscurity, what amused them with empty promises of free

In fadeless beauty round thy urn, -leading the way through one of those light is about to break forth,. Go in quest dom he was secretly employed in rivitting
And,pure and deep as infant love, long narrow passages which serve as a vestibule of those unknown forests where the swordof their chains i f4e separated rrofD

tbe blue ea rolls its waves above. peculiar to the English house\ I Wa-hingtorf,glittered, ; what- will you! abandon him. The KiajpT ot 1'apt .eIE. -



their pyramids, not,among, smiling South. I have, no timo for speculations; Frcan, F..sq. J.P. Mr. R. W. Cus.ans to I I (rtWe are author ispd'to'Annoriucc'' IlOi
BERT R. F..ET\CIlEn.Esq.
meadows, but irftbe midst of barren.sands; the probability, that in the Senate the tariff Miss,Rafiall Arnou,both.of this place.INTELLIGENCE. ... date for the Office of Sheriff as of a Monroe Candl.

these vast tombs,represent eternity infiolifude. 1 party, will be firm-but that Irf "our I County, at the ensuing election.

.';;:',In\vliko! manner has..Bonaparte rais- I1 ul .wosfinll obtain im indic a t 'or :1 NARW Z Key: West, Jan. 11, 1832. 19 4t.

" d the. monument. ,of Ins fame. ,disposition to redress our wrongsMr.. : --

12' Adamst I am inclined to hope, is honest in 'r L _--_. *-. -j. Notice.
From the Washington Globe. the.views which h has expressed-von F4flt1' 01" KEY WEST.

The President'l hFaa occasionally suffered will perceive that he brings great weight toour .. .. r ALL persons ate hereby forbid cutlm:
much from tho wound in his arm. Re- side, in asserting that we are oppressed, ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. removing{ injr'tvobd: or timber from
cently, ,the ball which fractured the bone, and that Clay's scheme is deceptive.' the lots of and remained in the muscle,has produced The following extract of letter from Jan. 28. Schr. Emblem, Baker, Pensa- has any contfotil whether within the )lain
a
cola via Ibmbcrto U. S. Quar- in the interior .
Tampa Bay, its of the Town or lc |-
great,i irritation, and affected<<: sympathetically I Gen. Blair at .
Washington a gentlemanin ter Master. land; without having first obtained permis,
tho muscles of his shoulder and back*"'-- Greenville District would seem to con- 30. Schr. Hydcr Alj, Place, New York, siori. All oflebddrs will bo prosecuted t<-
Day beforo yesterday, ho had ,the bullet extracted via Charleston, merchandize to master. the extent of the law. ,
and it gave him immediate relief' firm the above: Feb. 1. Spanish Sloop Sabina, Masinero, w. A. WIlITEII 'A .

Dr. Harris, an eminent surgeon of Phi- "I have no doubt the Tariff will be''considerably Fruit to, P. J. Fontaine. Key West, Jan. 11, 1CJ2.: 19 3t.Proposals .
ladelphia, happened casually in the cityand modified. A conspidudfis" mem- CLEARED.
the President availed himself of the skill ber of the Committee On Manufactures recently Jap. 51$., Spanish Scbr. Sari'Fernando,
of this gentleman to get rid of His trouble- told me; that their Committee had Valdez, by P. J. Fontaine. "

some enemy. Some years ago, while on a one meeting, at which it was clearly ascertained 30. .Sloop Mary ADO4 XitnenesHavana' '
by master. be received by the subscribed
visit to this place, it had nearly proved fatal 'everp fne'm'be'f of the Cotrimiifce.ex 31. Scbr.fiydexAly, Place, Appalacbicola WILL the first day of February next

,to him. The inflamalion! was then'so great cept Condict, of New Jersey,'were in favor by master. for building a Stone Jail in the town of Kcj,
as to threaten mortification, and his life of a very extensive.reduction of the duties. Scbr.' Emblem, Baker Pcntfacola1 by West, with a Brick Cistern attached there
was depjaired of by his friends. Unpleasant Indeed all parties here begin to regard a master. to, in accordance with'an Act of the Legislature
symptoms recurring, although in a considerable modification of the Tariff asa PASSENGERS.In of Florida passed! tho Jast'cSion. A
slight degree, induced,the President id employ matte of COt1f3C.' Schr. Emblem,arrived 28th,from Pen-. plan of,the proposed building may be sect
at radical When the .o- sacola, (?en. Parker, of Philadelphia, Major : by applying to either of the undersigned.L. .
once; a remedy. -
Randall and Lt. G. Morris, of U. S. Army M. STONE,
Surgeon attended, he was immersed in business MR. CLAY AND THE TARIFF. and Mr. Le Baron, Pensacola.. WiA.W H.I1EttEA
; ,
with in his office '
gentlemen to whom The following resolutions were. submitted .., Commissioners.
he politely excused himself as under the by Mr. Clay to the Senate: EXPORTS per schr. San Fefhandq: for Key-West, 0cc. 21, 1RH. 17 tr.
necessity of submitting to the operation". Havana, 200 quintals salt fish, 4,000 fish
A few !hours afterwards; he appeared'a mdng Resolved That the existing duties up- roes, by Master. HENRY,K. NEWCOMB
his friends; at dinner, with his arm in a on articles imported from foreign countries, WILL attend to any AGENCY of
sling, as he had formerly appeared with it and not coming i competition with similar Business that may
articles matte or produced within the U. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.. be intrusted to him.' Office: and Store
in battle the enemies of his coun '
among
States! ought to be forthwith abolished ex- Rooms in the Warehouse of FIELDING
t
he work
try. Yesterday was at again in
A. BROWNE ,
Esq.
his office. cept the duties upon Wines and Silks, and JrO'ifi CB.T.
Nov. 16 1031. 11 tt
toy-West, ,
that, be reduced.
they ougbt.to
Dr.Harris displayed much skill in pfcr- .
forming'tho operation, and particularly in Resolved, That the Committee on Finance HE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into -
disengaging tho bullet(which was rendered report a bill accordingly.Mr. opar tiieirship for the purpose of The United States of Ame

very ragged in passing through! the bone) Clay made a speech'of some length transacting GENERAL COMMISSION rica.SOUTHERN '

from the muscle to which it was attached. l iii their support, upon which Mr. ttayne, after BUSINESS, under the Firm of WM. P. .
ENGLISH & Co. and beg leave to tender :
The incision made, was necessarily of cdn- few remarks moved their UDICIAL DISTRICT Otf
a postpone- their services: to their lends and the pub- ,
aiderablo flatted. extent,-tho ball being large and ment to a subsequent day. It is anticipated lic. Flattering themselves, that as they FLORIDA,ss. ,
extensive WARE HOUSES and v "*
possess ,
Wo these particulars: because that a warm and animated debate will To the Marshal the Court
give :
we every facility to aid their endeavors, they of Superior of
are sensible that the people of this country take place on tho subject of these resolutions will be enabled to render satisfactory ac- saul District

take an affectionate concern, as well as a in which Messrs. Clay and Hayne counts of any business'that may be entrusted Greeting:

deep interest, in all that regards the life and will to their care. WHEREAS WlI.R. HAcKLEr,Esq.
health of Gen. Jackson.! Mr. Walsh, and engage."o : WM. F. ENGLISH. I his libel for and on
+ -
IIEZ.
WOOD.
other Editors of the Nationals,have spoken behalf of William Bethell, Estt-1\1a$1 t' 6f
jeeringly in their, paragraphs, of informa- The following account of an experimentsaid Who have constantly on hand and for sale, the Sloop VohinteTer, staling! alleging and

tion with regard to the President's health, to IraVo been recently made at St. Pe- Super fine Flour, in Mess and Prune propounding, thai tie discovered adrift ant'

which we have heretofore given the public. tcrsburg'is taken front the Courier des Etats bbls & half bbls. Beef. abandoned on the high seas, in the vicinity!
Navy & Pilot bread; Mess&primt: pork, of Duck :Key the of Florida
For giving such intelligence,the Globe was CJnls: ; on coast a
taunted as the Court Journal! And yet "Six tofiiletnhedcrimintls( were placed Canvassed Rice and Grits Hams", Smoked Cogniac Beef and, Do- quantity of t Goods, Stores and Merchan

these courtiers of the aristocracy will never irl a hospital, and confined in the same Holland and DomesDlestic Brandy, dize. That with great difficulty and la

allow Mr.-Webster o'r Mr. Clay, a Judge or rooms, which had been occupied by suffer- tic Gin, Jamaica and ,Do- bour IK succeeded in saving and carrying
a Senator of their com \\e.ti n'or evdn! dne his from the cholera. This fact was unknown Madeira and Port mestic Rum, I to a place of safety, twenty-five whole and

of their self-made Conventidn men, to arrive to them', aud they remained in good Wine, Cider in bbls and I forty-two half barrels of Mackerel, and ohtt
or depart front a city without giving a health<< for1 three weeks, making use all the Vinegar, bottles, hundred end fifteen drums of Figs And
bulletin of tho great! event!! Wo shall neVer while of the beds which had.been used by Goshen Butter, Crackers, &c. inasmuch as he has been the only means ct'
trouble out readers with many noticesof those wriO died of tlftt disease. Their ser.- Together with a GENERAL ASSORTMENT saving''the same from destruction, he prays

this sort, but shall feel bound to give lence of death l was'then announced to Incm, of that such proportion may be decreed to

them early intelligence, if at any time the with a promise of pardon, if they would READY: MADE him, by way of Salvage, as his service
health of the Chief Magistrate is directed.Ji enter a hospital which had been used for have merited.
the'cholera (rftients, and should escape the CLOTIJIIYIATR7ASSES And whereas tho Judge of said Court

j 'TIlE GAZKTTI3.KEY malady. They asked( nothing better, and for said District hath ordered and directed -
were conducted to a place where! the cholera Market? dn tire 16th of February, 1832, for all

WEST: had never! been. ,In a few days they PILLOWS, persons concerned. to be cited and intimated
were attacked from fear by the cholera.- &c. &c. &c. to appear at the Court House at Key-Wcst.
WEDNESDAY, FED. 1, 1832. F6urof theriidied=" bhly two survived." in said District, to show cause, if any they
WM. F, ENGLISH & Co.
.. ... .
'- --- -- The idea that fear, unaided by other Key West Jan. 22d, 1832.ell tf.LIST have, why judgment should not pass as
By the lion. JOSEPH M. WHITE, we atone prayed. You are therefore.hereby author!
is of Cholera
causes, capable producing -
have been politely furnished with a pam- OF UETTJERS empowered and slrfctty enjoined peremptorily -
is as ridiculods as to suppose it capa- in the Post to cite and admonish all
phlet containing tho President's Messageand Remaining Office at Key West, persons
the Reports of the different Secretaries. ble of the production of Small Pox or Yel- on the 1st January, 1832: whatsoever having or pretending to havC

low Fever: It is a well known fact in the Alexander'Bair, Martin BrethofT, any right title, claim l fir interest in' 6r to

Jqhn, Adams.Vo; o- much I history of contagious diseases, that after Samuel Bills, Wm. H. Burton, 5 the said Matkerel and Figs, by all lawful
Q. are gratified -
Donaldson CafTrey, Florencio Catdez; ways, means and methods,whereby this Monition -
,1 by the course of this Gentleman! the the human system has been exposed to a Thomas Eastin, W n. Elliot may be made most pnblic and notom

L Senate. In his exposition of tho policy specific ttrtu, it often remains for a lengthof Charles Hawkins, Wm. G. Porter, ous, tb be and appear at the time and place

Mr. Clay,and his vocation of such an time Unaflected by disease, until it be de- Eusta'cc Casimiro Trenor Ruby,,2 Rachael Leonard Swan Truman, aforesaid before the; Judge) aforesaid, and

amendment of .the Tariff as will afford veloped by some exciting cause: Amongthe Charles H. AVebb also to attend upon every session and ses

substantial relief to the South, he has ex- exciting causes of disease, the depressing : J.' H. S. WATERHOUSE, P. M. sinns to be held there and from thence un
Key West,Jan 18, J832: 20 tf. til a definitive sentence shall be read and
hibited a model of magnanimity of which aa.tion.t-sdch as fear, despondency, promulged in the said business inclusively

great minds alone are, capable- especially &c. are most productive. Not only are life Boarding. if them or any of them shall think it theif

when we take into consideration that he is depressing pass!)ns capable of exciting di duty so to dd, tb hear,tfbhJe by and perform
cease under the circumstances above stated all and singular such judicial acts as arenecessary
contending for the rights of those \by'whom' ,
and by law required to be done
lie has been most violently 'opposed. but where disease already exists, it adds in ti. and expedited in the premises: and further

The following letter was received from a very great degree to its fatality. This to do and receive what unto law and justice

Washington by the Editor of tho Free fact is well illustrated: by the Medical History MRS. HOWARD, Jun. Lad removed shall! appertain,under the pain of the law

Trade and States Right Evening who of the Army of Sir John Moore, on Callc do los Officios to No. U. and contempt tbert br, tire absence or contumacy
post,
Callo Obripia. of them and of them in
their after the disastrous every anywise
states it to be from a source which may be retreat campaignin Havana, Jan. 1, 1832. 19 tf. notwithstanding: And whatsoever
the Peninsula
relied on: War. you shall do in the premisesyou shall duly

Washington,Jan. 11,1 : The rationale of the Petersburgh experiment Election! certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the

Mr. Adams, you know, is chairman pf we take to be this: Six men are for time and place aforesaid, together ,with

the committee of manufactures. At the three weeks exposed to the contagion of PUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that an these presents.' ,
will be held on the first Monday Witness the lIon. JAMES WEBB of
meeting of tho committee this morning he : Judge
Cholera in an infected dlstrlct"tliey being
I in February, 1832,at this,room how used 20th
came out in the most decided in favor our said Court for said District: this
manner at tho time ignorant of the fact; a sentenceof I as a Town Council Chamber in the Townof day of December 1831.
of reduction cf the duties ,
a using Key West for the choice oft Coroner,
'substantially this strong language: "Mr. death is suddenly pronounced upon them, I Sheriff and Clerk of the County Court, in JOEL YANCEJT, Clerl

Clay's proposition is entirely inadmissablc; and an alternative proposed of exposing and for the,County.of,Monroe, Territory of -
it keeps the word of promise to the car and themselves in a hospital l to the contagion ofa Florida. The polls ro be open from nine THEREFORE know U
I o'clock A.f M. until four P. M. And the ye, to all whom
breaks it to the sense. I am for affording
to the South their fatal disease: They enter, as they sup- I follow ing persons art tppoited Judges of said may concern, that in pursuance of the ,a-
substantial relief ; complaints pose, the contagious atmosphere, and are I election William H. Shaw, Thomas Gibson bove Monition from under the seal oT the
AHE JUST--they are oppressed-- breathing the "tainted air."-That' man I, George E. Weaver.D. District Court of the United pates 'Ot
and frill not be satisfied with
they cannot C. PINKHAM, America, for the Southern District tof
delusive scheme of modification. I must be endowed with uncommon fortitude Presiding Justice M. C. C.
any Florida, to me directed and delivered, I
tell gentlemen they wrsr relieve the South who would not quail under these depressing Key-West, Dec. 29, 1831. 17 tf. do hereby give public:: notice to all per-
or TIGHT THEM. ), for one,declare that I
circumstanced. This despondency of mind sons in manner interested therein that
will\ hazard the Union for schemeof I OrWe::: are authorised to announce JO- any ,
not the\ any The and depression of the vital energy, acting EL ANCEY as Candidate for the Office they be and appear before the Court to beholden
policy like present Tariff.)1) infected with the I of Clerk of the County Court at the ensuing in and for the said District at tilt
gentlemen from whom I received this report upon a system alre'd'dy Election. Court House in 1ey'est on the fifteenth
,
may have misunderstood: the -president in contagious virus was not only sufficient to J D.a, 1832. 18 tf. day of February, 1832, at ten o'clock in

the strength of his language, but it is. verycertain have excited the disease but also, in some fJ 7 We are requested to announce Wm. the forenoon of that day; then and theft
that he expressed in strong tens T. Atkins as a candidate for Coroner at the
to andto
measure,accounts for its fatality.MARRIED interpose their claims for the same,
his opinion that the South was oppressed a ensuing election. 21 tfWe make their allegations in thereof
must be relieved and that Mr, support
and Clay's ();:)- are requested to announce Alex.
project was illusory, using the strong expression 1 Patterson, Esq. as a candidate for Clerk of L. M. STONE
that they must relieve or fight the j On Friday evening, tie 26th ult. by Win. the County Court at the ensuing election. l T..S. Marshal S.yo Dtrectal



Sec. 6. The Reef shall Lo considered bring within tho port or harbour of Key i such vessel or Vessels, without first obtain
.fl't ntio"a! when the LighUlIouso on Sand Key bears West, any foreign passenger who may have ing said permission, s inU he liable to per-
either E.: N. E. or W. Sr W. clandestinely departed from any foreign form tho same quarantine that may be imposed -
Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot' place and who shalt not possess a passport upon said said vessels ahd cargoes.

United States, dated 16th age, bound from this Port, shall I pay the or other evidence of his having been per ,, Sec. 3. Be it furth'cr orddlncd, That .
same: as vessels entering: but if said vessel witted to depart from thence--and per this Ordinance shall remain.ip full forco
March, 1802.SECTION. shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they mitting him to land Without permission first until expressly repealed. by the,CBuhcit.ORDINANCE .
XIX. shall be subject to but half pilotage. obtained from tho Town Council, shall I I I _" .
Sec. 8. All vessels except wrecking vessels forfeit and pay,for each passenger so land- -No. 11. '
Every penon who shall procure or entice smacks and vessels under charge of ed, the sum of fifty dollars. Constituting a Committee! of FinanM'.
a SOLDIER the United States to wreckers, entering or leaving this Port Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That Be it ordained by the President' mlJ
desert, or who shall purchase from any through the North West passage,and drawing any foreign passenger landing: within the Member f the Thus Council of Kry
Soldier, bit Arms, Uniform Clothing, or four feet water, or over, shall pay two Town of Key West, without permissionfirst West, That from and after tIle )passing bf
tony part thereof; and any Captain orCommanding dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his obtained from tho Town Council this Ordinance,two Members of the Board,
Officer of any Ship or Vessel sen-ices; but if said vessel does not receive or without having the necessary tb be designated by the President from limo
who shall enter on board such Shipor I Said Pilots half pilotage only shall be paid; passport or other evidence of his t being: allowed to time, shall constitute a Committee of
Vessel, as one of his Crew, or otherwise if a Pilot does not tender his service out- freely to depart from the port whence Finance

carry away any such Soldier, or side the bar of the said North-West pas lIe came, (if any is usually granted at such Sec l 2. Be it further ordained, That
shall refuse to deliver him up,to the ordersof sage, then ho shall not claim pilotage or place,)shall be liable to enter into bonds in it shall be the duty of the said Committeeto
his Commanding Officer; shall, upon I half pilotage.Sec. the sum,of $1,000 with good security, to examine and audit all bills or accounts
Legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion }. When two or more Pilots shall be approved of by tho President of the presented against the Council; tb examinethe
r of any Court liavign cognizance of tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to depart accounts of Treasurer+ and Marshal t,
the same, in any sum not exceeding alongside shalt be accepted;and if refused, from the Island Within such time astray and mako reports quarterly as to tile state
Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, tho said Pilot, shall be entitled to received deemed reasonable, or on failure of tho Finances. .
any term not exceeding: ono year." half pilotage. be committed to jail. D. C. PINkllAM,
- Extracto de un Ley de Los two or more vessels, it shall i be his duty to the several fines and penalties herein en- II. S. WATERHOUSE:,
Estados Unidos con fe- visit that which is nearest,unless signal of acted, may be recovered before the Presi- Clerk.
\ distress be exhibited on one glom remote: dent of tho Town Council any Justiceof
" cha del 16, dc Marzo, and any Pilot failing to comply with this tho Peace. CIRCULAR.
bmce,of American and Foreign Agency for
1802. V: provision shall forfeit s Branch. .0-
ORDENANZA No. Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the -- 9.Arrfglando .
PUBLIC NOTICE hereby given toall
u
SECCION XIX. I Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, / .. I shall, upon conviction, bo deprived of his I II ,Estrangtros, en cl Pueblo de Cayo Claims, Debts, Inheritances:! &c. payablo
., Persona alguna quien procura o' as- Branch. or recoverable:! abroad, that this Agency:! has
isti el huir de algun SOLDADO de Lea I Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Ifucso. established, under tho special auspices and
Estados Unidos, o' quien compra de al- I I by this Ordinance shall be recovered before Por cuanto, varies criminales, dclin- patronago of dutiogtiUhed individuals in
Run Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Uni- the President of the Town Council,allowing cuentes contra las )eyes del pals de dondo this country, a regular correspondence with
form! o1 qualesquera parte de ells; y algun to tho pa rUes, in all instances, an vinieron, ban sido introducidos en. csto eminent Bankers,kc. in tho principal ports
o' Oficial Mandando Puerto de otroj and capitals of foreign governments in commercial -
Capitain felgunaFragata appeal to tho Council. proccdcntcs ostrangcros, United
relation
o1 Barco que sea, o1 quien se I Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go oh boardof y comb la continuacion do scmcjantcs en- through the medium with whereof the such States valid;
embarca en ella tofno Marinero, o1 de a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and tradas pueden ser atcndidas como de inju- claims as may be confided thereto, will bo
qualcsquera modo lleva Consijo algun shall also furnish the Master or Commander riosas consccucncias para la comunidad, expedited for settlement, and promptly and
Soldado, o* quien deja de cntregar el of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- a menos que mcdidas no sean tomadas pa- ect"dy" recovered, when
dichp, Sold ado a la order del Oficial nance. ra rcmcdiarlas* the claimants with the suitable legal proofs
Iandando, Sent obligado: a pagar una Sec 14. Tho following rates of Pilot- Portanto sc ordena pot el Presidente y and vouchers, together with tho requisite
pmlta Scgun ladescrecron 'de la Corte que tage are allowed : Miembroa del Cabildo, Quo desdo cl pri- Power of Attorney, to ,bo taken and acknowledged -
lenga conocimiento del) Vnismo, 'eh qua. On a vessel drawing 5 feet, g7 00 mero del mes de NoViembre proximo, en Record other before any Judge of civil a Court magis-of
Jesquera soma no siendo riba do Trescientos cc 6" 000 adelante cl Capitan de cualquier a' Buquc trate, municipal, or authority competent, or notary pub-
pesos o* pucsto eh la pricion rc 7 i' 1000 entrando de algun Puerto o lugar estrangero lic; and tho whole duly authenticated by the
por un termino no siendo anba de un 8 fe 1200 I a cl de Cayo Hueso, ha de manifestaral Governor of the state or territory io which
;plu.. 9" 1350 Escribiente del Cabildo el numero do po- the same may be perfected, and legalizedby
.
A. ciudadanos de los Estados tho appropriate Foreign Consul.
\ 10 "-1600 sageros, no U-
NOTICE. 11" 1650 nidos,ni vecinos del Pueblo do Cayo Hue Having also Unite ilar correspondence
throughout the States and
ha do al Tesorcro cada
12" 1800 so; y pagar por pa-
-
citizen who may apprehend a DE- British America, the like claims for recovery
ANY from the V. States' Troops, '" 13 1950 sagero Un Peso. part thereof respectively) will
and deliver him over to an ,Officer of the 14 Co S3 00 Sec. 2 El Capitan de cualquier a Buquefaltando be receive, and efficiently attended to, in
Army will be paid the sum of,FIFTEEN 15" 2700 a manifestar dentro de24 horas des behalf of American, as well as Foreign
COLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.J. 16 3200 pues de la.entrada de dicho Buque, ha de claimants'
M. GLAS3ELL, "' 17" 3600 ser multado y pagara ademas do la suma Orders for the iovestmeut of funds on
Major Commanding.Key I' 18 4000 ante dicha por cada pasagcro Cinco pesos. mortgage of freehold property, or in the
West, April 27, 1831_3i 19 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun pasagero cstrangero de purchase of public securities: in the Ur ited'
Canal Loans of the States of NewYork
States,
OFFICE OF THE *, O.c 5000 algun Buque ha do ser pcrmitido descm- Ohio &c.
Pennsylvania, ,
punctually
BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE, 21 5500 barcar en el Puerto do Cayo Hueso,amen os and faithfully executed. '

And Agent for Lloyds, London and the. 22" 6000 que no haiga publicamcnte y libremente Applications addressed to this Agency, incases
Association Underwriters, Liverpool, 23" -6500 salido del lugar de su procedencia, y tieneen requiring the investigation of claim},
of ft '24" 7000 su poder pasaporte o otro testimonio tal search of records or the intervention of legal
NO. 3, FRO T-STnBET. Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained cual como los que so conceden en Puerto proceedings, should be accompaniedwith
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock v. M. on board any vessel after she has arriv- de su procedencia purmitiendole su s lida. an adequate remittance to defray the

tf Key West,20th April, 1831 ed in the harbour, at the request of the Sec. 4. El Capitan de alguti Buque quo preliminary the charges same; and, and,all disbursements letters must attending be
: Master or Commander of said vessel, said! traiga dentro del Puerto do Cayo Hueso al- addressed (post paid) to the undersigned,
ORDINANCES Pilot shall entitled to demand and receive gun pasagero quo hayga salido clandestina- (Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the U
Three Dollars for every such d Of the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porte o otro testimonio do habersido permi- 'Vallstraet, New York.

ed Oct. 15 1831. Branch, shall, at the time he obtains the tido su salida y permitiendole desembarcarsin AARON II. PALM1 BActuary.
same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer permiso: primero obtcnido del Cabildo, THE: CITY GAZETTE,
TEN DOLLARS,also one bollar to the Clerkfor h:1: de set multado y pagara por cada pasa AND COilMK.nCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER
ORDINANCE 8. issuing the same. gero osi descmbarcardo Cincuenta Pesos. A Journal of Commerce, Science, Literature -
To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of Sec. 5. Que cualquier pasagero cst ran- and the Arts.
Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordi- gero desembarcando dentro del Puerto de DV SIMMS & DPRYEA.
Town of Key West, That when any per- nance, are hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. Cayo Hueso,sin permiso primero obtcnido TilE CITY GAZETTE is one of the
.son shall be desirous of having the situationof --...... del Cabildo d sin tenet el pasaporte neces- oldest existing Journals in the U States.
Branch Pilot",this Port, ho shall presentto 9. sario ti otro testimohio de /haber sido permi. Under many propri tonita course with fewexceptions
tido astir libremento del Puerto do have always been Americanand
the Council a written petition whereupon su pro
; the introduction tf Foreignersinto Of late from
Regulating years
popular. neglectmore
ccdencia si costurabre tat ha doser
it shall be the duty of the Council to ap- the Town of Key West. ( ca lugar) than any other cause,its influence and
point a committee of three competent per- sujeto a entrar en obligation en la suma patronage had visibly declined. Within tho
sons to make enquiry into the qualification- WHEREAS several criminals, offenders a- de$1000 con buena flanzaquo este approbado last year however, the present proprietors,
and fitness of the persons.apply and res gainst the laws of the country whence por el Presidente del Cabildo o un juezde having entered upon a course of policy,
port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived at Key paz para qde saiga de la Yela,dentro del more consistent with the politics of the
of the board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con- tiempo como sent considerado razonable o South, and having made numerous additionsto
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots ap- tinuance of such arrivals will be attended en faltando sera conducido a la carcel. the mechanical improvements of their
establishment by fitting it out in a new and
their by many injurious consequences to Sec. 6. Que las multas aqui ordanadas
pointed shall: previous to receiving handsome type, and on a larger sheet aud
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be takento pueden ser cobradas por el Presidente def{ better description of paper than heretofore. ;
security for the Faithful performance of their prevent them: Cabildo o por un juczrde paz.ORDINANCE lay claim to, and have been favored with a
duty. Be it therefore ordained, by the President large and proportional increase of patronage -
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, and Member of the Totcn Coun- .-No. 10. including new subscriptions ai.d general -
cil of Key West, That from and after For the introduction Cholera advertising. Within the lass year, their
of
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently large preventing
the first day of November next: the Master list of patrons has been swollen by an accession -
(o enable them to proceed over the Reefand of vessel arriving from a foreign portor into the Town of Key West. of more than Three Hundred Citizens -
render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel requiring place any at the port of Key West t shall WiifBXAs a certain disease,known by the to which new pamew.re with little
the same. of INDIAN CHOLERA at exception, almost daily added, The proprietor -
make a report to the Clerk of the Town name present -
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 Council of the number of on prevailing in the Northern parts of ,ia order the better to merit that en-
passengers
of which it is
feet of water entering this Port fishing of the fatal character anoT couragement, equally their
except
board, not citizens of the United States, Europe, most ; pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so 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 and
under charge of wreckers, shall pay thefates and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar our own ports by vessels trading with fellow citizens-bare established in connection
of Pilotage herein after specified. for every passenger aforesaid. that quarter of tho Globe: with their office of business, spacious
Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or offer Sec. 2. De it further ordained, That Be it therefore ordained, by tAe Pre Reading Room, in which the chief I'ublicJournals
his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot of vessel find their nay and tire carefully
the Master any failing or neglecting ,i tnt and Member of the Town Council
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of to make such report within 24 hours of Key West, That all vessels arriving filed I,loom from is all free,the'with Stages all its in facilities our Uoion.TII with.-

the Light-House on Key West, said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit from ports or places, where the said disease out charge, to all of the Gazette.
po boarding or offering his services,shall be and pay the sum of five dollars, in addi- exists, shall.bo taken by the Pilots of the A .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 on board, to the and yon a fine paper suitable
Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the passenger.Sec. Quarantine Ground, northward and west- or correspondence, carefully collected,
Light-House on Key West is distant not 3. Be it further ordained, That ward of Fleming's Key,-there to remain with the most cortect estimate of the true
more than two miles, and then bears E.N. no foreign passenger, from any ship or ves- under tho direction of the President of the condition of the markets, and put upon the
E.no pilotage shall be claimed. sel, shall be permitted to land within the Council and Health Officer of tho port. most under advantageous this class U also terms.issued to from all that the come office

Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of Key West, unless he Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That of the proprietors. Their Reading Room,
water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely and openly departed from while it shall be thought necessary by the where the earliest information niav be Lad,
,refusing to receive a pilot outside of the place whence lie came, and have in his said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels is free alike to patrons, strangers in he city
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his ser- possession a passport, or such other papersas should perform quarantine, no Intercourse and masters of ve&tfels trading to this
vices, shall be liable to pay full pilotage; are usually granted at the port whence whatever shall be held with tho port. To these improvements they make
but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two he came, permitting him to depart there Town or IsUnd of Key West, but by permission daily additions, affording facilities to the
miles of they Light-House on Key West,the from. and under the direction of tho unknownBIMMH&man of leisure and business DIWYEA, alike hitherto

said light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel Sec 4. Be it further ordained, That President and Health Officer and all per Nu 3 Broad street, Charleston.
ehajl pay half pilotage. the Master of any *hip or ve sel J, who shall! POD who shall: hold any intercourse with! 03"Subscription received at this offic"



.

country set apart and allotted to the
PROSPECTUS less formidable than thecertaiuty of beingtrampled llt'ULAR: ., : al tribes'of.Indians;c ttlablishcd beyond sctcr the<
'
or Tin by tho with'whom we have confederated TO COLLECTORS OF, CUSTOMS. : limits'6f'the States; under trcalies made

STATE ItinilTH AND FINE TRADE at home.- Hence is is vitaljimportant TREASURY DEPARTMENT, with,the said Indian Tribes! by the U nitl:
,
:;EVENING POST. that the power should be"sustatned April 5th, 1831. States: the Commanding officers. of these

. in Cb rt (o'dot an which alone can cdmpcl astriclconstructioo SIR veral posts on the frontiers are enjoined to

.THEestablishment ', devoted to the of the Charter. That power resides with have been made to this see that the provisions of;>> the.act above a!_
each, State. Soverel l t7' It' is tho State Representations luded to 1.Ie enforced in relation to the ..
support of their principles, has been deem by some of our Consuls, and removal
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and Right of sovereign interposition to arrest Department that the crews of United of the'said unlawful;;settlers, laUinr
other
FREE TRADE PARTY. In pursuance the usurpation of$ Federal agents. The existence States persons merchant,vessels have been dischar- for their guide in the ex'ecutibti of the sail;;

of this, determination, THE EVENING of this right as the conservative In foreign ports by their commanders, duty the act above referred
Constitution is doctrine ged
principle of no new
our order of ALEXANDERMACOMC
POST wilt be commenced as a Daily Evening with the provisions of By : ,
without complying
it is co-cval with our Federal polity,
t
Journal,so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by'Its founders and con- the act of Congress of the 20th of February Maj. Gen. Cbtnmanding the Army,

arrangements can be completed. expositors. This,principle is \ 1803. Your attention is, therefore, R.... JONLS,
Tbe political tenets to'which the Evening the temporary characteristic feature proudly distinguishing specially called to this subject, with a request C-If.___ Adj. Cert.

Post will be devoted, are so familiarto Federal increased vigilance may be exerted
ours from other Republics not that APPROBATORY TESTIMONIALS
this have been so long the
community of tho
future infractions
in their elements. In the latter, a to prevent OF THE
prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of pub law and it is expected that yod will require UNIVERSAL MARINE TELEGRAPH

press-and have been so often and triumphantly lic opinion, is construed by and varies with satisfactory evidence that there has ....-

vindicated by the first minds in our the changing will of a majority ; while in been a strict compliance with the: requisitions REPORT of the Committee of Observation .
State and in the Federal council that it
base
in each be-
of the act
it foregoing
a guardian ) Boston Marine
our Republic power preserves of the Society to whom
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more' as a permanent rule of action. fore the bond of the master, required by the system of Marine Signals Telegraphic

than in the Hen following of a more exposition'vhichisoG''ered detailed political creed.<< The formal recognition of such a righton the first section thereof, be allowed to be Flags was referred, having carefully exam

Free Trade will be advocated as the dic- the face of the Charterwould have been cancelled., fined tho Signals and experienced tho"a utility .
superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily I am, respectfully at sea, recommend the same to nautical
policy-as a privilege -
of enlightened
tate an
of be- Your. obedient servant,
formation
from the a compact
which Brethren, as being more extensive and
of the people, impartial justice P INGHAM ea
having no S. ,
requires from the rulers of every countryand tween independent soveteigns of the sier distinguished than any Signals they
As feature of Secretary Treasury.
our polit-
i. common umpire. a have ever seen in use in this and
which in country
right, ours, guaranteedby
as a
it is of a political,not a To the Collector of the Customs.
ical course
,
the Constitution. The framers of that system foci confident that curly one who will give
venerated instrument withheld from the revolutionary right. Formed forthe protec- Circular to Collectors of the Customs. them a fair trial, will be .convinced that

Federal agents the to protect manu- tion of a minority from the usurpations of TREASURY 0 DEPARTMENT, > they are very useful and valuable inventions.The .
power the Federal authorities themselves, and May 14, 1831. J
factures by restrictive duties ; it has been Committee having also examined the
from the usurpation of a majority exercised Sin : It has been ascertained that the de-
usurped! by a perversion of the revenue method of using the SigqatS in this Harbor,
sectional through subserviency of those authoritiesthe preciated currencies of foreign countries acts satisfied that information
power, and its exercise involving fully any that
Constitution itself needed a protection. have been estimated at the diffe-
variously be be communicated
sectional required
oppression for aggrandisement, may may if
Reliance for protection surely wa not rent Custom Houses of the' United States,
asedtidnal received from vessel the
has, necessarily,produced exasperation I any (using Signalsapproaching
which endangers the permanencyof placed in either> of the parties against!' whomit owing, partly to defective information as the Light-House with the
was ptovided as a shield. The Supreme I to the true specie value of such currencies,
the Union. It is impossible that the injured : greatest ease, correctness and despatchand
Court being one of the Federal agents,was and partly to an erroneous practice of computing .
parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly that their merits need dnly to be fully
unjust and unequal its operation. not, therefore, entrusted wit'u it&political. their value according to the rates of known, to be duly appreciated.
guardianship. Nor could the engine of the:! exchange with England, and reducing the
Without first proving, which is impossible, I SAMUEL 1\1. HOLLAND,
that the benefits of the protection are equally majority-the ballot box-have been considered sterling value of depreciated currency .' President of the Committee of the
'
as the safeguard. The sectional into of the United States without
money
apportioned to all the States-fit is a gross Boston Marine Society
minority can exert no influence on the representation rcgafti to the difference between the legal
absurdity to Contend that the burdens of THOMAS ENGLISH, Sec'y. :
: of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling in U.
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, money -- ,
it he a tax on consumption exclusively! as responsibility representatives but secures States' currency. To avoid such discrepancies Shipmasters and' Otfncrs of Vcsssth,
their fidelity to their respective constituents and in future the President
its operation is errors ,
defenders ,
its vainly
argue
and it becomes no and the representatives of a minoritycan directs that whenever invoices are made The extensive adoption of the Marine
unequal,
.free yet glaringly to submit to its unauthorised effect nothing against the antagonist out in a currency the value of which is not Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all descriptions

exactions.people Much less is it to be tolerated, interest which the representatives of a ma- fixed by the laws of the U. States,you will throughout the Union has render

when it is evident that we are not only ar- jority may be compelled by their constituents require from the importer a certificate from ed expedient to establish Agencies in va]

bitrarily taxed as consumers!!, but that the to enforce in utter disregard of the the United States' Consul, if there be one, rious Seaports where Registry Offices arc

inevitable result of the protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation,of the true valueof kept for the purpose of entering Vesselsand

the ultimate ruin of the Southern 'producer -that the Constitution is at the discretion such currency in Spanish or*United States furnishing sets of Flags, Signal,Books,

in the prostration of our agricultural inte- of a majority, and must be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem and designating numbers.
surrendered to their wisdom and justide. duties according to :such value ; or, in the Ship Masters oc their return frpm Sca. 't'c

rest.There is no solidity in the objection to Besides, except in the Parliamentary trans absence of such evidence, that you will ascertain requested: to send their Signal Books to cither -

_our resistanee, that others are blindly submitting actions of the two houses of Congress-our said value from the price current of the undermentioned Agents,\o have

' (o the evils, which 'are overwhelming frame of government no where recognizesthe and such other authentic sources of information inserted therein, all the new entries of dcsig.oating

them in common with ourselves. consolidating that the will of a majority as may be within your reach& chargethe "numbers-which may bave occurred,

This delinquency is not our justification. If shall govern. The President may be ad valorem duties accordingly. You during their absence, and are porticularly

we are awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people a ma- will give public notice of the directions desired to strew their designating .numbers

of our situation, it behoves tis to leave jority of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to tho consular certificate when.entering or departing from the Port,

no effort unified until we shall have repelled aggregate: of whose population ate a mino- ; and that uniformity may be hereafter of Portland,Boston, NewYtli'kDalti ore

the invasion of our liberties. The Evening rity of the whole people, may reject a mea- secured at all the Custom Houses, you will Charleston and Sand Key. By conforming

Post will therefore, exhort to resistance of sure unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Department,once a month, to this particular their Vessels will 0 be reported -
\
the Tariff, as the most prominent enormityof of.the people in the other Houseandvice a statement of the rates at which the cur- by the Telegraph. -

that "American System.H which has been versa, a bare majority the other encics aforesaid arc thus estimated,at each AGENTS.

Wilt lip on the ruins of the Free System House may reject a measure passed by the port from whence goods are imported and LEMUELMoODY,

bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in such currencies. In all cases of Observatory, Portland.
established as the settled policy of the country the' State in the Senate-The President, a doubt as to the value of such currency, you JOHN R..PARKER, "*

must, in the end, either sever the bond single individual, may put his veto on the will apply'to the Tieasury Department Observatory, Boston.
deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges information. I am,' obedient JOHN GREEN,
of Union,or melt down and consolidate the respectfully, your -
State Sovereignties into one limitless,irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office servant S. D. INGHAM, Telegraph the Battery, New-York.

despotism. The Evening Post not by election butby appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury. THOMAS NEILON,
set aside the concurrent enactments of
Exchange, Baltimore.
will Internal Improvement as unconstitutional
oppose OFFICIAL CIRCULAR
; as an engine of favoritism, House, Senate, and President. The power JAMES M. ELF mD,
to protect the Constitution could not i NAVY DEPARTMENT, 1 Charleston.
as a source of sectional robbery as! creating
. necessity for perpetuating exorbitant have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, 18311 THOMAS EASTIW,
taxation a it will the rechartering majority from which the danger violation SIR>-In consequence of recent occurrences "- Key West

States'oppose Bank was apprehended. It would have been in- in the service, your attention is invi- """
of the United as manifestly
unconstitutional as prolonging the existence deed committing the keys of the;house to ted to two subjects,where the laws now re- SOUTHERN REVIEW.

' of a dangerous power; and it will the safe-keeping of these, distrust of whom gulate the rights and power of all concerned TIIE subscriber begs leave to inform the
suggested the propriety of locks. The power ; but where there is still vested in officersa
oppose thq projected disposition of'the Surplus public that ho has undertaken, for the nextthree
left with the several State discretion in the exercise of which
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, was wisely it years to publish the SOUTIIEUN REVIEW
which if Sovereignties-and thus not only was there may be desirable to them to know distinctly and
wholesale bribery, adopted, will to look for his remuneration' entirely
give to oppression a duration coexistantwith provided a defaite rule of action for the the wishes of the President and of this Department. to the present and future subscription

Federal Government,but a pO\verto render cOne list of As this
that of our government.A $5 source has hitherto been
zealous and judicious attachment to the inoperative that is to nullify,their 0 unautho, of those subjects, and our wishes up- inadequate to defray this expense, he,begs
rised and irregular action.So on it are, that when of the Navy .
any portion leave
Union prescribes the present as the proper earnestly to solicit the patronage! of
crisis for making a determined and uncom- far as a congeniality of views may ex- furnishes relief to American 'vessels, those who think the Review wortbj of pub-
ist in relation to these the Eve- whether wrecked otherwise in .
promising stand forthe:! Constitution,before principles, or distressto lic support.
the jarring interests of different sectionsare ning Post is pledged to the "State Rightsand yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber has associated John B.It.

organised a tint each other in irreconcilable Free Trade Party;" and as the supportof be, and long has been one great object of I ving,Esq. with him in the publication of the

conflict before, blinded by their measures, to be efficient, must include its gallant exertions no compensation of I Review, who will conduct the

Unrighteous gains, the consolidation States the support of men, its humble aid will be any kind should either be asked or received. I dence, establish agencies, collect correspon-land re--

ball regard as undoubted right their undue zealously contributed to extend the personal The other subject, and our wishes upon ceive subscriptions, and attend to a]I the
Q.dnntages-bef they shall resolve to influence and promote the political advancement it arc, that till Congress deem it proper to. business transactions of the Review

maintain at all hazards the tyrannous prin- of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws concerning punishments ting the typographicaldepartment.The .,excep-
themselves to the good cause, which is identified in the Navy and whenevcrthose
ciple that public opinion, or the will of a laws subscriber has the satisfaction also
with the value of the Union and the allow a discretion in the choice of
the punish
majority,isa poweraboVe Constitution to annbilnce that Hugh 8. Legate, Esq (to
and before the victim sovereignties in mino- liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its ments, the first resort, in the case of offences I whom the Review has! hitherto owed io

rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed by seamen is recommended to be always jnucM has consented to be associated with

very aspirations liberty be extinctshallrise by a personal pledge to no can. had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace the editor, Stephen Elliott, ESQ.. in the liter
didate for the Presidency, or other and other mild
in desperation and abolish a frame of any corrections, rather nry department of this journal.
government too much shattered to be recog office.In than to the humiliating practice of whip- The subscribers who are still in arrears

raised a*that for which they originally stip- I maintaining its ground amid tho conflicts pine* and.that never on the same day, by will be pleased to make payment to J. D.
of party, it will be the aim of the Eve- punishing under an officer's
ulated, and which inveterate sectional hatred own authority, Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers win
shall then render it impossible ever ning Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripes limited their
subscriptions likewise him
pay to
ube
again tore-compose and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law, be exceeded in number) or is alone authorized receive ,
to them
the belief that the legitimate ends of be inflicted otherwise
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, news than in the presence
A. MILLER
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; paper discussion are best subserved by firmness and under the sanction of the commanding No 4 Broad ,
and it cannot'bo denied that by the Constitution without violence, and zeal without in- officer of the vessel or station. street, Charleston.

even if strictly observed, the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by officers NOTICE.
acts of opponents, it will exercise the right which it is
States are placed at decided disad- hoped their well known undersigned re-established
vantage. Once leagued for the resumption of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent THE at West having COMMISSION
Key as a. -
of rights, they will submit no longer to a part of its career will ever justify the suspicion from becoming frequent, a system more remedial MERCHANT AND GENERAL

of indirect taxation, calculated to of its even partial adoption of the in* should be adopted, by sentencing to AGENT, offer his services tolls friends
bind the people to the extent and inequality famous maxim that *' all is fair in politicsTbedomesticconcernsofournattve -" a reduction of rank and pay,or to a suspension and tho public generally.

of their burdens-and they will demandfor State from promotion rather than to suspen- T. A. BROWNE.
their laboring class a representation fully will be carefully watched, and the policy sion from active service, as persons u fjr-;

equal to that of tho laboring classes of the advocated which shall appear best calculated tunately guilty of any misbehaviour need April 20, 1831

other States. The required concessionswill for her prosperity, safe, and economical most the constant discipline of active He offers for sale| af hw. Ware House, ..*

be certainly refused by those by whom government and when suspended therefrom service are 30,000 feet Wbfte Pine bard '

the Union is regarded but as a bargain esti- While the Evening Post will be devoted left without employment under 10,000 first quality Bricks

mated by a calculation of pecuniary profit to the promulgation of the political faith set temptations and opportunities for injurious greater 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef

and loss, and the Federal bond will be sundered forth in this prospectus it will not be neg indulgences. 36 do Navy Bread

-and forever. The advocacy of State lectful of the practical details of Commerceand LEVI WOODBURY 10 bags prime Coffee

Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy Trade, two branches of industry which
of Union. must be most beneficially affected by the ORDER-NO. is.. KEY WEST '

With a firm Conviction of this importanttruth success of its doctrines. Great exertionswill HEAD QUARTERS OF THE SECAfi bTANUACTORY

the Evening Post will contend fur be made to perfect the departments ADJUTANT ARMY. >\'. WALL. takes this opportunity of,
" connected with commercial intelligence GENERAL'S OFFICE, tho
Liberty the Constitution-Union. For informing Public,that ho has established
-
first and our merchants and tradesmen shall find Washington May Sib, 1831.
Liberty as the first of national blessings ABEOAtt
i for the Constitution which secures it the readiest attention to all iLeir wants, and IT having been reported to the liar De- He MANUFACTORY at Key West.

from domestic usurpation and for the Union the warmest gratitude for all their favors. partment, that contrary to the provisions Tobacco imports for this purpose;: the ten beat
of the act, entitled II An fr ahr Harana.
which act to
it -
strengthens against foreign ag- TERMS: late trade and regu of the
gression. rigid observance of Daily paper $10 per annum. Country Tribes, intercourse with the Indian Sears best quality and of every'description
and
the compact, the Union must become a Union paper, three times a week, $5. to preserve peace on the frontiers may be had at his establishment
without Liberty and the uncertain danger Advertlliemeotlnserte at the usual rates. white, approved March the 30th, 180*, several (&' All orders in the above line wilt
cf subjugation from abroad U Charleston S. persons with the intention there meet the earliest
infinitely ( C.) Oct. 3, UJ31. to settle themselves, Lave entered into Urn March, I83J. attention. '



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