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: February 15, 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. 1, ;KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, ,,183?. 1 0. 24'. I
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11. L '__ _II__ A"" __ haste with a heavy bnrdert c"Darna four fbrr of manto raistrlWacl title sceptre6f hundred s ie.. Again the bastinado "'De
THe GAZETTE spectacles!"shouted tile fellow as he s 'rambled the world, to ra&trthat world into a re- resumed; 'upwards of a hundred blown
np with his 1r, gorge. "So mwcli i for Yrbacd pan".lIse;alit then to resume his original more were incledf the islmeks of the
EDtTto ar wearing specks!" said his friend ** But," I glory,' i/ltd be Sovereign, Creator poor wretch ueta01e gradually indistinct;
1' U. STROBED AND !,. M. STONE, replied Franklin, Cooly<< adjusting the articles teased .and he
Goo=nU to' all r.. at length they altogether;
APd pubJrshcJ on every Weihiesday by io question"had it not been for my specks ,
he would have 'damned'tny eyes.." This consciousnesshowever dimmed, no.longer l writhed stacks the blows; there
THOMAS N. JEI7tla' was never forgotten y the misfortunes of Judah was no effusion of blood,except where the

TERMS-$5. pet** annum =payable in never breaking the strong link by which noose which secured tLti legs lacerated the

,,,'Jyauce.II MISCELLANEOUS. wo held fo the future The reliance on skin; but the feel presented the 'appearance
Advertisements inserted at one, dollar .. predictions. perpetually renewed and nevermore of: tumid masses of livid flesh,' streaked
,'per square' for the first insertion*aDd fifty From BalathicI, a Story of the Past, the vividly renewed than in the midst of here and there with blue fend crimson
cents for ne'rJlcee 'di g time, till ordered Present and the Future. our misfortunes; a reliance commemoratedin "Enough!" raid the Governor, "let us hear

to be stopped BURNING, OF Till: AMPHITHEATRE all the great Ceremonies of our nation, if lit:full persists in refusing topay Ins ..

c ) r IJ_ IU.. ----=- A'I' UO lE. in our worsfripj in our festivals, in every debts; raise the infidel, and let, him an-

POETRY. We now passed under the shade. of an baptism, in every marriage, must have filled swer." One of the Albanians according-

Ilk 1; immense range of lofly building!, whose a large space in the susceptible mind of I ly,cfidcj&vored to rouse him with a blow Ser >-
From a Lcndo'to Paper.i gloomy nnd solid strength seemed to bid woman.: What but tlab' mind forms the ; < the stomach, which would have been
THE SYBIL. defiance to chance and time. sudden countenance? and what must have been I fatal in any otlcr country; hut people in

Woul yell appalled rnc.-A ring of fire swept the moulding of that most magnificent and Turkey take more killing lInn wen an Hibernian i-

.L Pierce t1111uuol'thedarkfuturity--fnqniring eye round its summit; burning cordage, sheetsof elevating of all hopes,for centuries, on the could imagine. The Aga prevented -

Read tho awful book of Fair, canvass,nnd n shower of all things com- most plastic and expressive features in the a repetition of the blows; tho soldiers
Oft so tad and desolate bustible, flew into the air above our heads. world! crumbled as they laid down their bludgeons.

Mortal ash not m. to show An uproar followed, unlike nil that 1 had Sacredly reserved from intermixture. The Greek either was, or appeared to be,
What of weal or what of woef ever heard, a hideous mixture of howls, the blood of the stranger, the hope was insensible. The Aga concluded ho had

I, the Sybil, there {an.lcc' shrieks, and groans. Trio flames rolled spread! throughout Israel.) The line of David no more money; he therefore ordered) him
Writ against tlit destiny down the narrow street' before us, and was its connexion had shot lobe thrown out of doors, a ceremony

By 1 thy the future past,lot th*will naarnngput cast. made the passage next to impossible. widely trough the land. It was like the which \\'as.1 rfo e .n11he most unceremonious

List to me,then, whilst I tell- While we hesitated, a 'huge fragment of the Indian tree taking root through thousandtrees. way Ima' unable, He lay motion-
'rime will show or ill or well, building 'heaved, as if in an earthquake, Every Jewish woman might hopeto less asa corpse till tho eoldicra of the best
Whether smile J or whether tealS and fortunately for us fell inwards. The be the living altar, on which the Lightto of governors were out of eight He then

_. Gild or shade chino after years' ; whole scene of terror was then open. Tho lighten the Gentiles was to descend contrived to get upon his legs,and hoi Mod
So thou tvilt but answer me great amphitheatre of Statlius'I'aurusbad The humblest might be the blessed among home much faster than could have been expected

Simple <}uc>toni, one, two, three: caught fire; the stage with its inflammable "women 1 the mother of the Messiah I exulting; in the crcatcsr triumph a
When Intf homeless sought thy door-* furniture was intensely blazing below. But all is gone. Ages of wandering, Greek can achieve thclierpical' endurance
When the store-* '
When the lonely hungry widow begg'd i\'ept-thy The flames were wheeling up, circle above wilepoverty,contumelyt fuid 'mixture' -pf of the bastinado j in order to preserve hit

When the! orphan 'hottsclcss slept- circle, through the seventy thousand seats blood, have done their jrt'ork! ; of evil. The purse.

pid,the ess find ft home that rose from the ground to the roof. I !loveliness may partially, remain, but the ,
Didst thou bid the famjjlied cornel stood in unspeakable awe and Wbtulcron the glory of JudahV daughters; is no more. AN INCIDENT AT NA V AR1NO.
Vidal thou calril 'the.widow's! gricll side of this colossal cavcin> this mighty ,
Give the fatherless relief The .firing }having ceased; at; NavarinoSir ,
temple of the city of fire. At length a descending AN OBSTINATE GREEK.i
If thy conscience: answer Edward Uodrington .a.Lieutenanton \
yes blast cleared the smoke that
Great shall be thy share of bliss away The following singular account,shewingthc board Molmrcm Boy1? ship fo offer' any
covered the' arena. The cause ,of those
cruelty of the 'I'urks and the fondnessof
tf thy conscience answer no, medical or other assistance therinigtitwant.
the measure of Uiy horrid cries was now visible The wild in the decks i is civcn in Mr.Madden's .
peep woe money This' vessel, with,a crow of f>rob--
beasts for the had broke from
kept games work "J'he Mussul
When that one, who, side( by side, amusing ,' bly morn than n.thouspnd men.hail. but one
their dens. Maddened by affright and the
man.Yo understand sketch is from '
to his days of joyous pride medical oftlccr; on board, and ho had, unfortunately -
Walked with thee, his bosom friend, pain, lions, tigers, panthers, wolves, whole real life. The Grofk had agreed to pay been almost the first man killed
Found, alas! his glories end- herds of the monsters of India and Africa 800 piastres to prevent being sent on service in die action. Her loss had been immense
Didst thou look with pitying eye were enclosed in an impassable barrier of in (Kc Turkish fleet; but having paid and they had not thrown the dead

On his sad adrer Uf 1 fire. They hounded, they fought, they the sum agreed upon to the Aga, lie insist- overboard, r 'removed their wovmdctl to'
"'aliis misery deeper" grew; screamed, they tore; they ran howling ed an additional 200. In vain the
the and the decks .a
Grew tool! cockpit, presented, ,
thy friendship deeper
and round the circle they made
; Greek declares he has not another piastre-
Tf thy conscience answer yes, most horrible scene of gore and rnangjcd; '
desperate leaps upwards through the blaze "
Great shall be thy share of bliss; ; "Count down two hundred more, cried (bodied. Amidst the frightful BnectacJp ,,about -
{f thy conscience answer no,. they were flung back, and fell only to fasten tho Aga, "and fifty more beside, fpr tho a dozen of the principal Turkish officers .
of their fangs in each other,and with their lies have uttered do it
Deep the measure thy woe you ; Instantly, son superbly dressed sat the .
in cabin
; -
bathed in blood die up.on
parching jaw .
raging.I of an infidel or undergo fho punishmentyour
When tbe lore that bound thine heart crimson ottomans, smoking! ;with iricon-
To that ne'er to part- looked anxiously to see whether any cursed obstinacy deserve, ,." eelvablo while slaves
one, as apathy, were handing
crabbed had human being was involved in this fearful The wretch protested according to ,
Though no law prcst poor them their coffee. Seeing the English J uniform -
Rule or fetter on thy breast, catastrophe To my great relief, I could customs that if a para could save his fa- the cabin
approach they ordered 'ot-
'Mid the sorrow and the strife, see none. The keepers ,and attendantshad ther's soul from tho devil, ho 'had it not; ,tomans and coffee for the Lieutenant
Ebb and flow of human life, obviously escaped. As I expressedmy that if it pleased the Lord, tho best of go- told them that ho, hadmoro
Sorrow gained, aud pleasure gone,. gladness, I was startled!! by a loud cry vernbts, to order his servant's body to be however quickly
Was it stilt true to-that one] from guide the first sound that I had important business to attend _P. Ho
my flogged into n jelly, the servant of his excellency
the Admirals
If thy conscience answer gave compliments and otter
yes heard him utter. lie pointed to thd ,
Great hall be thy share of bliss;' opposite could not help ii, he could not ed any assistance Tho Turk, with .a fri-
side of the
There indeed
If thy conscience answer no, amphitheatre. command a single nsper to save his flesh; gid composure, calmly'replied' that they
peep tbe measure of thj woe! sat an object of melancholy interest: and as ho was a religious Greek, ho called stood in needof, no assistance whatever.-
,. a who had cither been unable to
es- saint in the calender to witness his
every '.'ShallTnot
From tlic: Democratic Spy. cape, or had determined to die. Escapewas : utter destitution wounded. "No out "surgeon attend to your

OLD WINTER IS COMING now impossi!>le.-I1e sat in desperate The Aga looked at ode of his soldiers; Turk "wounded ; gravely replied the
men want no assistance
calmness on his funeral pile. lie was a gi
a could have observed no visible '"
JJY THE NASHUA SARD.QTd stranger die, '
they soon Returning to the Asia
gantic Ethiopian slave, entirely naked Ho no external sign no waiving of the ,
Winter is coming again-alack! gesture and communicating this scene,Sir Edward
How icy and cold is he! had chosen his place as if in mockery on hand, no motion of the lips; there was no i after meditation said ,
some "Did. ob
fie cares not a pin for the shivering back- the imperial throne; the fire was above him waste of words in Turkey,but in the twink- serve them you
a hand-
lie's a saucy old chap to white and black* and around him; and under this tremen- ling of an eye the Greek was capsized, his among with remarkably,
some man, a beard rnorpfu)! and black
lie whistles his chills wi'a wonderful knack, dons canopy 'he gazed, without the move- legs fastened in a noose attached to a long "
than the ? "Yes
,: For he comes from a cold countrec! ment of a muscle, on the combat of the stick held by two brawny Amaouts and a rest J observed him; h6
.the Admiral'.1' -
was sitting next to "Rr
witty old fellow this Wintei is- wild ,beasts below; a solitary sovereignwith couple of fcrashes,stationed at either side, then >
A mighty old fellow fur glee! the whole tremendous game playedfor with well seasoned sticks,' which instantly turn on board, and, induce him,;or
He cracks his jokes on the pretty sweet himself,and inaccessible to the power fell on the bare soles of the unfortunate compel him to go with you on board the
miss- of Genoa and keep him there until I see him.
The wrinkled old maiden unfit to kiss, man. rayah. The stripe were inflicted with terrible He is the Admiral's ..Secretary. 1 must

And freezes the dew of their lips!' :-for this velocity, and each resounded ns tt fell, have a conference; and take withyou
Is (hd way'with old fellows like he! From the same. and, notwithstanding the screams of tho person he may wish to accompany him/1
THE WOMEN OF JUDEA sufferer were even audible to his wretchedwife
The Turk repaired board the Genoa
Old Winter's a frolicsome blade I wot- on
He is wild in his humour and free! The daughters' of our nation, sharing in who was stationed at the door: "Iman without any 'difficulty, accompanied by several .

He'll whistle, along, for 'the want of his the rights of its sons, bore the lofty impres- Effendi! Iman Effendi followed every persons whom lie requested',pur officer .
thought,' sion that virtuous freedom always stampson blow, "take pity on me, sir! take pity on to take with him. Sir Edward was
And set all the warmth of our furs at nought, the human features. But they hid the me!1" but the cry was disregarded; his closeted with him for a long time, when ho
And rufflo the laces by pretty girls bought softer graces of their sex in a degree une blood streamed from the uncles, but the ordered lie Lieutenant to'put,the Turkish'
A frolicksomc fellow is he! quailed in the ancient world. While the sight made no pause in tho torture The Secretary and his companions; on shore at

Old Winter is blowing his gusts along, woman of the East was immured behind Aga continued to smoke his water-pipe day.breakthorCTor they might choose to

And merily shaking the tree! bolts and bars, from time immemorial a pri- with tho imperturbable indifference becom- land. Rowing on Ashore they saw tim

From morning till night lie will sing his soner; and the woman of the West was a ing his high place; it was only when IWO wreck of a mast, n which ,about a score of

Now moaning song, and-short-now howling, and toy, a savage, or a slave; our wives and hundred and fifty blows had been laid on wounded or exhausted Turks were endeavoring -
long, maidens enjoyed the intercourses of society that lie waived his hand, and the exhausted to save themselves "J must fescue

If is voice is loud-for his lungs are strong which their talents were well calculatedto executioners had leisure to wipe tho perspiration those poor fellows,? said. the Lieutenant

A merry old fellow is be! cheer and adorn They were skilled on fnm their brows. anxiously "T ey.are only. common soldiers

Old Winter's a tough old fellow tot blow., the harp; their sweet voices were tuned tu "Now,giaour said the Aga, "are you and will'soon die i never mind them

..As tough as ever you se%! the richest strains of earth; they wero disposed to pay the remainder of your just said tho Turk with the most grave composure : -
lie will trip up our trotters, and rend our graceful in the dance; the writings of our and lawful debt f1 "(t' is try.Aty, and, if I did not
clothes, bards wero in their bands; and what nation "Best of Governors cried tho culprit, help them, I should disgrace the service,
And stiffen our limbs from our Angers to ever possessed such illustrious fou.ts of raising his head from the ground, 'I am a and be reproved by the Admiral;" saying

toes- thought and virtue? dead man, but money I have none-1 lea* which the Lieutenant pulled towards the
He: miodj not the cries of his friends or his But there was another and a still higher 'rca knows the truth-would 1 have my mast and, succeeded in saving about a dozenof

fuss- ground fir that peculiar: expressionwhich feet mangled as they are, if I had wherewithal these unhappy wretches. As soon as
A tough oM fellow i* bet makes their countenance still lighten be- toporeliasc mercy?" they were stowed io the bottom of the boat,

A cunning old fellow is Winter, they say, fore me,as something of more than mortal "Since you are so very poor," replied the tho Turk, after a short but apparently jiro-
A sly old (fellow Is betqHe beauty. The earliest consciousness of Agar ")ifo is of no value, therefore down found meditation, suddenly burst inlo an

peeps io the crevices day by day. etery Jewish woman was-that she might, with the dog," ho continued, addressing : immoderate fit of laughter. "What is the
To see bow we're passing our time awayAnd in the hand of Providence be the sacred the executioners. Vras "*
marks all our doings, from to eras, kilt, kill! ; matter' cried the astonislted Lieutenant;
PJ1'01 ". 'grave. source of a blessing, and a glory that let him have a thousand lashes The "Good heavens,what is here to laugh at?"

afraid he is peeping at me! throws all imagination into the shade; that consternation of the Greek was great but "Lauguw! exclaimed the Turk, ,with bitter
I of her might be born a Being, to whom his love of' money was still| greater. The sarca0J"laugM-.by Allah YOU English

A* DC- Franklin was promenading with a earth and all its kings should bow! the number of stripes now ordered to be inflicted I ire a singular people; yesterday you came,

.Mend tW Londonb.accidentally tripped more than man! the more than angel! veil generally proves fatal); in r.ef.nine out into the Bay whilst, we were'quiet' at oujr

s l'vrter who was passing by m great ing for a little time his splendours in th? of ten of tboso who received above eight j coffee i.you knocked,our 'ebJpsr 19 1'_.*-..


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mangled uJI our,men till!

is ono vast slauflhis;Iwusc, ratid this morning and others transparent! as glassy;.anal. solid, .jzNTzLLIGENCE.MARINE

you pretend!Wb fBO. U;# C,thl1t'ou 'tat rriirbThey'"tbrcaten! tllo'' u110uil advcr.turcr THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered in-
cannot puss, d score 'of.,vf6{ inded told v- coparlnershipt for the purpose of
without pulling yourself ont cftjnb|{ ayto : :: frith.!Ueihg torn in pieces by'thcir PORT. OP KEY WEST. transacting GENEllAL COMMISSION!
1 BUSINESS, l11Jdc t lc Firm of )Sell.
points if he attempts penetrating I'.
them!1" The Lieutenant tiitoun ,
save ?
Co, aricl leaVe
OUR LAST.rU. ENGLISH & beg tu tends
dcd, and having no reply to offer to. this asny further into it; and ..indccd"1n"1KJmc"'places their services to their ft'icncU atiil the |\llIh.> "

oiid view! of tho case, they proceeded to the he is obliged to proceed i'n{a !looping o; SqUr l Pjzarro, Hoxic, Boca lie. rJattetin UJemServ, uha( ..ag' theypossess
shore profound silence. and" Tfirtw&xs. cdellU'c.V U. HOtJSfcS ang
m in-'ordcr 'av6Tdf"thenr. Grande > ;
position to .
", 'e" BooBeV Boca Grande.Feb. aid their endeavors
Schr. Florida, every fac/ity: (to. thct
We publish the following by particular proceeding: ItJ\ 'fM8' eq''bt trapeous; pt&Ml1gc; 10. Spanish Schr.-l S:*jFkrhandd, will be'criabfeU to render satisfnrtury ar
t& tvark tnl Havana molasses toP J.'Fbiitaide of business that be
you are eblrge4! tlio run-pcarly; Baldczj : count any may cntniMcd ( )
request:-ED. fun Ta some pf aces+ 1 t. Sloop Friend, Cush'tnan/Nassau, ballast to'thcir'care,1' '
all (lie Tho in \ yM-
THE ] 'master.: !i1.
the subjects of a Revival at-,' (dry at this time, owing to .the season of theYear. Schr. NCV Sally, of Boston, Trycross, hII:l; R. Vopo'.
bound to
there was 'a gentleman who had been pas : Vet it is evident from the bed of the:, mahogany &! .from Honduras, Who Mire constantly on.hand and for suds
Boston, put in for, torcs. "
sionately fond of playing for amusement run, and other visible marks of the water. 13.. Spanish Schr.Segundo A'ndjc|, Hernandez -. Super fine'Flour, fn Mess and Prime

Backgammon, Chess, and other fashionable that in some.J parts of the. !. year the water"' ; Havana,merchandize to 1''J. I'on bbs.& half bbls. Bc f.Navy :
When he was first arrested: by tho different'channels in taine. games.Spirit of God, he was in fact in a Billiardroom must flow thVpugh (foe : Schr. Motto, Darker, Florida Reef, bal.l':1st -Ca'nvasscd hams, 'Smpk'edj Beef, "
and had been playing with ono of large quan'fitics.Even at this timo there to master. Rice nnd.Grits; CogAiac 'and Do-

his associates., While thus employed, a is a great deal running thrbu'gh'i but Mostly ,14.; Sloop Paragon, BurToys, Havana batesof hto Holland and DomesTnestic. ... ., Brandy,
master. On her passage picked sip 3 ,,.rile Gin, y. *. Jam3l: a' and Do"-
note was handed him from the Pastor of through channel alongside the principal Cottbn. / .< Madeira and PjJrt ,.:'i i stc! Rum, .
the Chllrcl ivhich he attended, simply requesting one, as is evident from the great noise ;it 15. Sloop 'ri id'er' ;'Woodward: Hav'ana, Nine; .- *; Cid" r in bbls and

, a favor-- but this favor was connected makes in falling( over: the'craggy; rocks ballast to master.i .u. ,. .V- neta'r. bottles' ,
with an effort to obtain ministerial Sloop .LorctOi, $.' Burrows, Having. t Goshen Butter, -;
was then in which impede its progre Ss. There are in Boca Grande, cot- CratCtersASSORT.
aid in tho! revival which progressin ., Sloop'uba,Sawyer, : Togclhet'v'ith n.: UEN

his congregation; and one sentence of the principal'cHanhel" several falls winch"! ton to m ster. 11'::" .MEN Tot .

the note conveyed ,to him the intelligence might ery properly.bo) denominated cataracts .... t'L JU-D:' '

that "the Spirit of God was there." This -the extent;of' the cave is as yet' unknown Fob, 'Or loop -Azelia, Anderson, Nassau' tEAIDY' r.IA. iE.CLOfliNG.
to his heart. lIelmme.diateJ ; by I' J. Fontaine. .
like an arrow '
went 'It has been but partially expfoY-! Rooke Florida Reef, ''
left tine room.-But he found no as 9. Schr. Florida, ,

rest until) he embraced the offers of mercy, ed: the greatest distance any person has by F. A. Browne. .
13. Schr. New Sally, Trycross, Bostoft. "P. l s.rZr.
through a crucified.Saviour. Th en it was been up it yet, is about 800 feet, at which 13. Schr. Pizarro, Hoxie, Reef,by 1'. C. tb snit the J\la.r";

pre-eminently his inquiry, "what would the distance there was no appearance ol its Greene, '," .Ii.. IVIATRASSES" PILLOWS
Lord have me to do?" And whatever Havana. ,
this the 14. 3loppPa3ragp.riV"Burrow8; :
termination. In ascending cave,
seemed to bo duty, lie delighted to per- tff; Sloop Tickler;. Woodward 11 aya II G.. ._ '&c: l&c.' &c: .
is most agreeably struck ",itits grandeur Havana. .
form. eye ( Sloop Loreto, S. Burrows, WM. F. ENGLISH & Co.

In his house, the Backgammon Board -at every step tic'\v\ wonders present 16. Sloop North America, Ashby, Havana Key 'V.est"Jan. 22d,1832. 21r.

occupied wanted place; but unpnenedi.unased. fliemsetvcs-llerQ} triton spar formed into : by master.PASSENGERS.. ..

His eye often resteltl upon if-::a'rid irces; shrubs,&v. which makes it have theappearance In Sloop Friend, from Nassau, Mrs. LIST OF L I.'tERS'

it served to admonish him of the past er- (of a i petrified grove--in some Wkitchcad daughters, Mr.Pearce, Mrs. Remaining in the Past'off ice at Kcy West,

rors'of his life. A Christian friend suggested ,Johnston and 2chiLir; n. .. .on the lsl 'jfinu&ry! ; 1832:
to him the propriety of adopting the places the spar is formed into thd likenessof : Ip SlpVp AzHa;., far Nasstftfj: N. P. Mr. Alexander Bair, MSrtlfl nt tlk,

it formerly birds beasts &c. and In A. F. Tilt of Key West. '
samo course respecting as was men, organs Samuel DillsViii.. H. 'lurto4. fi

done by the Disciples at Ephesus, who having one place, raised on a pedestal,is a striking.. In Sloop Nortb America West., for Havabs, ,. Donaldson Calfrey, Flor'cncio.Caldcz,

"used curious acts, brought their books of half unfurled flag. Besides Joel Yancy, Esq.. of t. .Key 1'homasEastin, Wm. 8.Elliot, .
a '
and burned them"-to the amountof resemblance Charles Hawkins, Wm. G. Porter,
"fifty thousand pieces of silver." Acts this, there arc hundreds of other likenesses NEW ADV nTISeIENTN: Casimiro Ruby, 2 fachael tli'r ..,
of the which' 1 shall not here attempt a descriplion Eustace Trcn/, Le'hh'rct ;
xix. 19. approved suggestion, ; 'Chilrle TK '\VcbK ., .
and resolved to,do it. Another friend intimated of. When we first saw them For SaIl H. S. ,V WATERHOUSE P. M.

to him that he might sell it, and we were only snrpri$ed at their diversity and 9 Key West,Jan. 10, 1832 20 tf.
throw the avails into tho Treasury of the .
examination T -*- --
he "I beauty,but on a more minute wholesale or. retail, l&O sets Knives -
Lord. "Nay: instantly replied, can- BY
with amazement knowingthem Forks: (wrought.) P"opOSIlISI
not serve Clod with the wages of unrighteousness we were struck ,
and Doublcbladed Pen
'nor can I be instrumental in to be mere .productions of nature{ J)0 Doz. Single
throwing a temptation in the way of my who lutiierto in'soVitajy !ncncc,'ha in her to 'Abx fine: Steel Scissors. I WILL be received by the subscriber1

fellow men." 1 .,. [.J Tic arstAda'> of M4rch 'next
playful( moments, unseen and unheard, 1 loz. Su erne Sffv'cr Sicel-Ray.or: |;, 1. I T '
After a few days, ho called to him his '\\'ii Together with an extensive Stock:! of Clothing Gr.bUitdinf RQiietail( i in thc.town of hey
little son, nnd said: "My son, bring me tho c Messed the s<;e Teas if tier r'musc-' Fancy Articles, &c. &c. West with a tnlcfi Citern: attacltrld thereto -

backgammon board. His'son brought it.. 1 nt;-Christian. Ad.i' .. t... A, C. Th" ', & Co. I in accordance or Florida passed with'a'o the Ai't'cl'last se55iuu.plan 010 Legi. '.J'latre ,
Tho Father then with solemn ahcf: i. '
a irnprcssive rt
ALSO, of the proposed building maf bo" seen
air, stated to. him the evils incident : to either of the '
THE GAZE1.vrE. Just received from New-York, by applying undersigned
.to a fondness for this and similar games I L. M. STONE, .
and told him of tho hours that he had murdered KEY WEST Gentlemen's Fine Boots, Cloth d Leather lV..Jt. WIIITEIIEAD
: Cans, Ladies' Brown & Satin Shoes.<<
at that very board-"And now, my Gbnimi gionestheyWelt ;
Kflj-WMfFeb. IS, 24 2i.
son," he continued, "I want you to destroyit. 15, B. Th'o' fubscribor: will'WpjMy D"C": 2l/1R3f ':' if:
_____. Q:7N.:: .
seifced w::= --- '
His it carried it
son instantly vessels with FRE PILOT DHEAD from
i ,
into tho yard, and, with itn'a,te; split it into A meeting of,the citizens of Key West the Bake House. EWCOMD
, attend to AGENCY or
a hundred pieces. He then collected i was licld. .at the" Council, Room on Wednesday WILL:\ \ any.Business that1 may

together the shattered fragments, and thfeWthem instant;for the purpose of taking into Notice be intrusted to him. ( Jliec..'-andStoru
into tho fire in tho presence of his'pa-* I consideration the most appropriate manner'' I Rooms in the Warehouse of FIELDING.

tents. ,"Now," says he,"my Pa,what shall Bftth tfTfHE Undersigned: hereby notifies all per- 1 A. BROWNE Esq.
I do with the dice?" "Destroy them also" of celebrating l Washington's: Day'- J. sons c6li'cerned.thit from and after Key-West Nov. 16, 1831. ,11.; tf

These ho took, and amused himself in F. A. Browne,Esq.was called to tlie'Chair, the date hdr'eof'lie win prosecatc to the nt- EUW.UUJ CIIANDLfcU, r

throwing them to a distance from which and !\Ir.lI.R. Wood appointed Secretary. most extent of the law, any $and every 'person -' ATTORNEY 0"- ThE UNITED 'STATES SOUtil-
they could not be recovered. Thus terminates who may in any manner furnish liquor "
I The following resolutions were then offered lath insTntcT. OF FL Art1DA.
the history of this Backgammon I of any description whatever to any one of Court Hftnsc, Key Wostj April 20, 1831.
Board. And the lesson which it teaches, by Dr. B. B. Strobel, and unanimously his slaves; or who shall under any pretext ..-
I hire or,employ any one of them either by ,
inculcates the of adopted:
obviously duty sacrificingevery day or at night. P. C. GREENE.: ARTRILL & 1I'DQNALD.sniP ,
instrument! of temptation, find trot t6 .ftqsohc&t That the citizens of key Key West, Feb. 15, 1832. 24 tf '
murder time and rum the soul iii die pursuit West, desirous oT testifying their affection I> CAltPENTERS, .

of what are usually denominatedd.harmless and gratitude to the Father of his country, U. QUARTER lLSTE1t'SOL'FICJ I RESPECTFULLY inform"therr friend

pleasures, or innocent amusefients.RECENTLY do celebrate the Centennial Antiiversary of in general; that:
they will undertake to repairnpon the shortest
i .- the Birth of.the immortal Washington bya IVTORTH EAST corner of F. A. Browne's
J. lIoti o, Snips( Small VesseTfi'oV Boats.
Warehouse stairs.
DISCOVERED CAVE Public Dinner. l -up be made atthb Store of
Application may
; ,
West Feb. 8 1032. 23 if
Reached further, That a Committee of Key / PV.J: Fontaine' I
(In Franklin Cotiniy, Penn.) Five be appointed to make the necessary Key West Nov. 23, 1C31. .

This curious production ,of nature \ asnever arrangements, and that they ;be directed to 'B k r", -..
Orator for the occasion and
discovered .Ml a Tour days ago, when appoint an ,: :
some person to read Washington's Fart well HENRY GODDARP informs tie pub- the public that he has local
tho owner(Mr. oC Peter's township, Address. he has established himself INFORMS
in this Town for the purl
living on the base of tho North Mountain) Key West in the Bakery Business. The
Oliver O. Hara was I of his trade SAIL-MA
; E5q. unanimously of best pose carrying on as
following tieles, the quality can
was about to dig for ,water; and as there i is elected as President arid F. A. Browne, always" be h'ad: at his establishment: KER & RIGGER,in all its various branch

a very largo spring issuing out of the rocks, Esq. as Vice President, to preside at the FRESH FAMILY LOAVES; es. lie occupies a Loft in the Shftp ,ojfMfj

at the foot of a hill of considerable height, Every Morning Atkins. *"
Dinner. ;
and a kind of a sink hole some distance above TRESH PILOT BREAD, i'C.Wl'I,Nov. 9, 1 3J. 10 tfl
The following'gentlemen were appointed .
the spring, ho thought ho probably Constantly on band' ; c. GREENE-; -
a Committee of Arrangements: Geb E:
Could come on the stream-accordingly lib AlsoA 'to transact General Agency
Weaver, P. C. Greene, Joseph Colfrcll( ', P. o Continues
commenced digging: in the sink hole, and variety of Sweet Bread, Cake, &c. &c. Business. ,
I3. Prior W. II. Shaw. Goods taken &c
ft2rOrders for of the above articles on Storage \ .
lad he'could any
proceeded but a few feet, when ()::pWe arc requested to state that per- m-be gratefully received and promptly gj- lie will always bo happy to receive

plainly hear the water running, see- soi3 desirous of joining in the above cele- executed. and execute all orders in his line of Bust
with Key West, Feb. 8, 182. 23 tf
mingly great rapidity: at tho dis- .
obtain tickets .
bration, CAO by calling upon ,
tance of about twelve feet from tho surface, Gentleman any
came to tho water, at tho lower cxtremity .....O BOlllrtiing. THE SUBSCRIBERS i

of a fissure'in the rock, which immediately The Ship Splendid, of Ncw""Y rk,bound HAVING taken the Store recently oc-'

expanded into a largo arid beautiful cavern from Mobile for Havre, with fl cargo of by PottcY & Stahard, is th*".
North East end of F. A. Browne's Wart
tho entrance of.wliicii is partially obstructed about 1,900 bales Cotton, got ashore Sometime &: I House, offer for sale on accomi iodatir !

by loose rocks, which,after advancing about the first of Feb. inst. on the I terms, a general assortment of.

a little distance, entirely disappear, :Marquise Keys,about 25 miles to the west- MRS. HOWARD, Jun. has removed DRY GOODS,
Callc de los Officios to No. 9. GROCERIES,intl
and instead of loose rubbish solid rocks ward of this She ,
appear place. was compelled to Calls Obripia..Havana SHIP CIIANDLERY. .

,; enamelled with spar of different coJours throw overboard. as we are informed, 6 or .---r Jan 1, 1832, 19 ..tt.'rHOSE .,,.. GEORGE E. WEAVER: k CO. ,-
;; In every direction are to be seen tho 600 bales Cotton; to lighten her sufficiently o persons who feel disposed Key We April 20. 1831 _

most beautiful icicles, suspended from, its to get off when she proceeded on her voy to contribJte towards the erectiou of a

noble! ;and in some places, majestic ceiling. age. The srriacks James Monroe and CHURCH upon the Island, are informed BLAN.KS

Concretions,. without number, arid of al- Tickler picked up D8 bales at the time*> following that Subscriptions will be received by the
gentlemen: composing the Com. I AND
moot every'colour, site and dimension, ore since when about 20 bales have been pick matte appointed for that purpose: t
; downwards lion. JAMM WKBB, D. C. PI lLu.ur.Y.. JOB PRINTING : -
seenjointarig the ceiling, ed up and brought to this place by small
end inwards front the sloping wall*-some boats and other craft on tho coast If. S, WATIBIIOVSB and B. B. STRHBEL.
Jieatly O.lrJ.killed
t executed at this


Sec U. The Iteef'sii; 1h lo considered bring witlin tho poTt of liarLout ..t.J{of i uch vesstl'bt vc&ctjL.witfioul' fast obtaining

Jttentioa when the Light-House tin Sand ,Key[ bears I I '\Vest. anyroreig past rig ; ivh6in y fiav" srwd part, ;sn,.'fihiilljbpi I liabrer tt> :.pf ';'-',

cither Er N E. or \Y, S. \V, iv '. tandcstinoly departed MVllff tlllj*,fM' I*"t>"f form the. saiDecrintirautirr; s that.ma' Re i im- ["
Extract, from a Law, of the Sec.: 7. All I tClcls,1iaLle! ; to qty pilot place and who shall not )possess a |ttsflpofIor posed upon swulsavil! \ >'esactsan; $ cargo**.
\ United Stales dated Gth : age, bound from this porlj' shall pay tho other evidence of his having bean pert' Sec. 3. Ile \t fuvtUff' rdaixc same ad vessels entering: but if said! vessel initial' to depart from thcnce--ami" ; jxjr' this Ordinance sMtt remain In full force
March, 1802.SECTION. I shall choose to depart without a Pilot,they I tnitting him to land without permission first until expressly'if pealed l h y tto Council*

XIX. shall be subject to but 'half .. obtained from the Town Council, shall -- r
Sec 8. All vessels etejt( wrbtrkhngves- forfeit and pay, for each passenger so land ORDINANCK-Nf it. .
Every person who shall procure or en sels, smacks and vessels tinder charge of led, tile sum of fifty dollars,, Constituting a Commiffcf of Financi.
lice a SOLDIER of the United States to Wreckers, entering or leaving ibis Port Sec &;. #tj. it farther ordained, Tlat lie ordained by the Presided and
desert, or who shall purchase from any through the North West passage,and drawing nny foreign.passenger\ landing within tho Member of the 7bim Council of Key .
Soldier, Ms Arms, Uniform Clothing or four feet water, or aver, shall till y iVvo i Town of Key West, without permission West, That from nnd after tho passing of"
any part )hereof; and any Captain or dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his I first obtained from tho Town Council this Ordinance,two Members of the Board,
Commanding Officer of any Ship or Vessel services| but if said vessel docs'not receive ; tit without having tho I1cc s ry'E"ssport to IKJ designated by the President from time
who shall enter on board such Shipor said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid, or other evidence of his being al- to time, shall constituto a Committee of
Vessel, 03 one cf his Crew or otherwise -, if a Pilot does not tender his service outside | | J ly to depart from the port whence riu,\ncc. .
carry away any such Soldier, or the bar of the said North-West passage (&if nny i is usually granted at such Sec, 2. He it further ordained, That
,i shall refuse to deliver him up.to the ordersof ) then lie ,shall not claim pilotage. or place,) shjill.lxj liable to enter into bonds in it shall ho the duty of. the said Committee
his Commanding Officer; shall, upon half pilptage. tin um ,df g 1,000 with good security, to to c.xQlnino and audit all bills of accounts
Legal conviction, to fined tit the discre- Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall he approved of by tho President of thc picschtwl against the Council ; to examine
lion of any Court havign cognizance of tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Jufttico of the Pence, to depart the accounts of IhcTieasurcrand :Marshal,
the same, in any sum not exceeding alongside shall be accepted and if refused, front the\ lslandvithin such limo as and inakn reports quarterly as to the state
Three Hundred Dollars ; or bo imprisoned'* the said Pilpt, shall be entitled to rccciml may be deemed reasonable,. or on (failurebe of the Finances. '

any term not preceding ohh yeas hall'pilota e: committejl' tQ jail. i 1>. C. PUXKHAM,
--.0. +00- Sec. 10 When A Pilot shall discover Sec. G. He it further ortldlltl; 'That Prrsdt 'l: (J.
.* Extracto de un Ley de Los two.or more vessels, it shall he his duty to the several I tines and )l'cnuUics herein en- H. S. \YA'I'E1t1lOU.31: ':,

Estados Unidos con fez Visit that which is nearest,unless a signal) of acted, may be recovered before the Prcsideiit : ('l(.r,1-.
,_ distress be exhibited on one morn iemote: of the Town Council or any Justiceof _--
cha,' del 16 dd Marzo, and any Pilot failing to comply with this the Peace ,. I CIRCULAR
. .- provision shall ft flit his Branch.. ----. Office American and Foreign Agency for
1802. Sec. '11. .Any Pilot charged' belori1 the ORDKlSlAN2A--No.1 !0.Arrcglando Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
SECCION xtX..lcrsonanlgunaq'uien Town Council,of incapablty} br negligent--! la, introduction, de Paskgc- nil.! persons.whom it may concern hereby ,given having

shah upon CoVlvlttion; be- deprived' .of Jlitbnch. ros, Eslrangeros, en el Pueblo fIe CayoJlucso. filailn; j Debts", Inheritances &c. payable
i,, procura l bf recoverable abroad,that this Agency has
i'sli el huir da algun SOLDADO do Lt s Sec. 12. All fines 3Id! 'i}>enalties: .impos t,- established, under tho special auspices and
Esta'dos Unidos, o' queen compra de algun !- ed-by this Ordinance shall be rbcovcr 'll before Por cuanto, vurios criminalcs, dclincutsntcs patronage of distinguished individuals in
., Soldado sus Armas, bestido de Uni- the President of the Town Counul,a1- contra las byes del pa is do dondo this country, regular correspondence with
t'ormi o* quatesquera parte do ells; y algun Idwing to the parties, in all iu?tH: rfces, un VirlicVoh', inn lido! introducidoa en esterucito emia ntnQnlCl'1h+ &c. in tho prin.cipullwrts
._ CapitaTn q' Official Alandando alguna appeal; to ihd Council .. procedehtcs %do btrba cstrjirjgcbus, and capitals offorc.iln governments in com
Frngata o' Barco que sea, o' quien se Bee. i i3 When a Pilot shall hf\on board y como la coniiluaciondc i scmejantcs en- {through relation the medium, with whereof the United such States valid;

cmbarca en ella como Marincro, o' dcfpjalesq'uera of a Vessel shall exhibit his, LriiJi, and tradas |)uedcn ser atendidas como, dc inju claims 1 as may be confided theretot will bo
'. motlo lleva. Consijo algun shall also: furnish the Muster of Cumtnandcr riosas. consccuencias Jwra, la comunidad, expedited for settlement,, and prpmptly and
Sold (10', o1 quien tlja de cntregar cl of said vessel with a cjipy of th'r? Ordi a menus quo mcuidas no scan tomadus pu- cdcctivcly recovered when
di'cho; Soldado a )In ortlen ]MandancJo, sera obligttdo a pagar una Sec 14-.- 'rlIO fallowing mtes E.P'ilot- Portanto sc vrdena p'ot el Prc&idente y and vouchers, together with the requisite
ladescrecion de la Corte Micmbros del Power of Attorney, to bo taken and acknowledged -
innlta Sogun<< que tarri1'.are allowed : r Cabildo, Quo dcsilo el pri-
conocimiento del mismo, hOn del de Noviembrc before any Judge of a Court of
rn >
tenga qua a vhissel drawing 5 fcetr-- $100 mcro nca:: proximo, en
losquera suma no siendo nriba de Tres C 14\ 000 'atk'lunte el Capitan Cualquier! a Buquc &econIr, others competent civil magistrate -
. cientos o1 la de ) Puerto I #..municipal authority or notary public -
cntrando alguh
pesos pucsto en pricionpor 7" 4000 o lugar cstrangc- ; and tlrawholodulylaulheijticatledby tho
tin termino no siondo ariba do un 0 I"' 1200 ru a el do'Coyo Iluesbj; ,Jm de inanifestaral Governor of the state: or territory in which
ami." u 9 cc ."'r.';; 13-CO Escribicnto del Cabildo el numcrodc pa- the same may be perfected and legalizedby
/ II 10' 1,00 sngeros, tiudadan'os. de loa, I-stado3! U- the appropriate Foreign Consul. '
.t :j f 'u.s.. 1050cc nido, ni vcciuos del Pueblo de Cab Hucfloj ; Having also established a similar correspondence -
u > throughout the United States nod
:_ ha r al Tesorcrp cada pa-
. ". : .citUen.whomav, apprehend! a DE- 12.Ie, ;i 1800 ; y Peso. por I 111 hash America,,the like claims for recovery -
ANY H'froVn Ibe U. Stales' Troop .d 13. ,' k.. 1050Ie' sagero'Sl'C.2 I' .in any part: thereof respectively, will
and deliver.him 'pvcr to an Officer of the t4 Co '...- 23.00 El Capitan de cualquier a Buqucfultandiamanifi'Stardenlrode24horasdt'S be received and\ efficiently attended to, in
Army will be pjd 'the.sum of, FIFTEEN : is 15 2700rc behalf of American at well as Foreign
DOLLARS for each Deserter Inns s ctired.w. :. ,is : I 3200ce >t nitcs do la entrada de dicho Buquc, ha de claimants: v w .
1 '. 1\f OLAS3ELL1; 1 17 u'1-, :.W,0Occ Vt'r multado y' pngara adcm'as' do la suma Orders for the investment! of funds on
Major Commanding. ,10" ante dicirn jior coda pasagero ChIco |>esos.Sec. mortgage offrcchbld property or in the
.* tcvV st.'Apr l21. 1831_3i ., -. x'4500c' ,40001 3. Njngunns.agqro.cstratigqio; de purchase of pnblic securities in tile United
Sp '
Canal Loans of the States of New
'' OFFICE algun Buquc 1mde ser pcrmiliuo .desc.pl- Htatcsv
OF THE 20.- t.- 5000u York Pennsylvania, Ohio, &0. punctuallyand
BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE, 21 .u .. 5500.u barcar en el Puerto de Cayo Hucgo,mncnos falthful'y exccu.tcd. ,

, ,And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the 22" 6000 que no hates! publicarnentc y librcmcnteealido Applications addressed to this Agency, iu
.. 23 .. 66 00 del lugar do su proccdcncia, > tieno eases requiring tile investigation of claims,
Association of lTndm.rriters" Liverpool, 4' ,24'. 7000 en su poder pasaporte o otro t timolli fie tal search of records or tho intervention of legal -
- NO. 3, FnO T-STJlEET. Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained cual como los que*c conceders en cl Puertode I proceedings should be accompanied

-Office hours from, 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock I'. M. on hoard any vessel' after she has arrived su procedenci.lpurtniticndolc. su snlida. with an adequate remittance and disbursements to defray the

t., --r tf KeyWest,20th April, 1831 in the harbour, at the request! "of the &c. 4. El Cupitan de algun lJuque clue preliminary the charged satnet and all letter must attending bo
" : of said vessel I said traiga dcntro del Puerto do Cayo Hiicso al-
Master or Commander addressed (post paid: ) to the undersigned,
: ORDINANCESQf Pilot shall entitled td .lcmaluland'rcccneThrdc + gun pasagcro quo hoyga ealido clandcstina- (Counsellor of the Supreme: Court of the U
'Dollars for every, such day. mente de algun lugar y quo no ppsea pasa- States,) in the Office of the Agency 49
the. ToWn .C uncil* passed Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying' lor n porto 0 otrb tCstimbnio dC! hal/ersido brmltldo Wall str ScU New York.

Oct. 15 1831. Branch, shall; at tho time ho olt, isis the 8U salida y pcrmiticndplc dcscmbarcar AAROfr. PJ\LMF.U.t\ctuary. '4

., same, pay'into the hands of I be.Treasurer sin 'ixiftniso primero ohtcnfdo del; Cabildo, ? "THE CITY UAZKTTE, ,.
,' TEN D0LLAUSeAsoonc) Dollar to the Clerk ha ue set multado y pagara por cads pasa- AND CO.MMi-B'IAL: DAILY ADVF.KTJUKR. .
ORDINANCE t -No. 8. for issuing the same. gero osi dcsembarcarao Cincuenta Pesos. A Journal. .of Commerce, Science* Literature -
To regulate the Pilotage this Port. Sec. 17. All OrdinancesuritJ"arTt: ,of Sec. 5. Que cualquier pasagero estranzcto and tho Arts.
lie if ordained by the Council of the Ordinances,' militating .against/ this Ordi- descmborcdndo dentro del 1 Pucrtd do BY SIMMS & Dt/JtYKA.
Town of,Key West, That when any per- nance, arc hereby repealed i ,-r- Cayo Jtucso,sin pertniso 'ptirncro oblcnido Till CITY GAZ ," "J'}: is one of.the
:' Bon shall desirous of havip the situation del Cubildo! o sin toner el pasapohe neccs- oldest existing Journalsin, the U. State
sario otro t iestimonio do libber sido jicrmitdasalir Under many proprietorsits course with few
: of Branch Pilot of this Port,he shall presentto OKDINANCB ToO.: exceptions, have always been American
jihrementc Puerto do
the Council a wrlttyn petition; whereupon Regulating[ the introductionsfJTwtfficrs! | su pro and popular. Of late years from neglect
it shall be the of the Council to ccdcocia (si ca coatumbreen tal lugar)ha do
duty ap- into the Town West. more than any other cause its influence and
of Key
4 seijeto d Cntraf en obligacion en la suma
point a committee of three competent per- patronage bad visibly declined. Within the
sons to make enquiry into the qualifications WJIF.HKAS several criminals, offenders a- flc$l 000 con buerta fianza quo cslo approba last year however, the present proprietors,
s. fitness of the persons applying) and res gainst tho laws of ,the o ra'i'V1iCllco. do por el Prcsidcnte del Cabildo o un jucz having entered upon a courso of policy,
port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, Imve lately nrriveU' ,pt Key do paz para quo saiga de la Ysla,dentro del more consistent with the politics of tho
of tbe hoard, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, und'as a.continuance' licmpo como sera considcrado razonable o South, and having made numerous additionsto
:petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots ap- of such arrivals will be gtlendcd en faltando sera conducido a la cnrcfJl.Sf'C" establishment the mechanical fitting improvements it out in of their and
by a new
pointed stall previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to 0. Que las niultos aqua| ordanadas, handsome type and on a larger sheet and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be taken pucdcn ser cobradaa: por Prcsidentc del better description ot'raper than heretofore
.security for the faithful performance of their to prevent them: .Cabildo o pbr un juez de jfaz.ORDINANd& lay claim to, and have been favored with a'
Juty. lie it therefore ordai'n&l; ty the President ---i.. large and proportional increase of patrpo-
and Members of t\e Tottn Coun- =1i1o. 10, age,including new subscriptions ai.d general -
Pilots Branch
Set 2. holding a
Buat cil of Key West, That from and after For preventing the introduction of Cholera advertising. Within the last year, their
*hall har6 and use a sufficiently large the first day of November next the !Master list of patrons has been swollen) by .,an ao
to enable them to proceed over the Reefand of vessel arriving from a fertigtuport Into the Town of Key West. cession of more than Three Hundred Citizens
Tender the aid of Pilotage.to any vessel requiring or place, at tie port of Key West, shall t WJIEHKAS disease, known by the to which new names are with little

the same. make .a report to the Clerk of tho Town name of INDIA CHOLERA, at present exception alfipost.daily added. The pro-
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 6feet prevailing in the Northern of prictors.in order the better to merit that encouragement
Council, of the number of passengers onboard parts of which. it their
of water entering this Port, except fish- not citizens of tho United States; Europe,of the most fatal character; and pride and'pleasure to.acknowledge isequally so much
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels nor residents of the Town of Key West; as such disease may bo introduced into has been received, from their! friends and
tinder charge of wreckers, shall pay the and han pay to the Treasurer ono 'dollar our own ports by vessels trading with fellow atlzenll-lay established( io connection
rates of Pilotage herein after specified. for every passenger aforesaid.Sec. that quarter of the Globe with their office of business, a spacious

Sec. 4. If a Pilot docs not board or offer 2. lie it further ,ordained, That De it therefore ordained by the Pre Reading loom, in which, the chief Public
hu services to a >'c liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neglecting sident and Memlfff tif the Toitn Council Jounalsliod their tho wny and in are Union.-carefullyfiled
from all Slates our
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of make such within 94 hours That all ,
to report of Key Wesi, vessels arriving TiiU room Is free with all its facilities without
the Light-House on Key West, said Pilot, after the arrival of said! vessel, shall forfeit from ports or places, where the said]disease charge, to all .patrons of the Gazette.
bo'Boarding or offering his services,shall be and pay the sum of five dollar, in addle exists, shall be taken by tho Pilots of the regular weekly Current, in letter *
entitled to only,half l pilotage; and .if said tion to the sum aforesaid required fur each. port, without their gqing oq; board, to the (uric and upon a tine paper suitable
Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the passenger. 4 ._ :. Quarantine Ground, northward 'and west correspondence, carefully collected,
Light-House on Hey West is distant not Sec. 3. He it further ordalnedr-' ward of Fleming' Key;-tlicrc to remain with the roost correct estimate of the true
more than two riles, and then bears E. N. no foreign passenger, from any ship( ;or tom;' under the direction of the President of the condition of the markets, and put upon tho
II.no pilotage shall be claimed. gel shall be to land wjlhirr most advantageous term* to all that Como
permitted the. .Council and Health Officer of the ptirt. ,under(his class is also issued from the office
Sjc. 5. AU vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of Key West, unless lie Sec, 2. lie it further ordained, That of the proprietors. Their Heading Mourn,
.water : the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely und openly departed from wl.il.,'it shall he thought necessary by the where the earliest information may be bad,
,reusing to receive a pilot outside of tho place whence he came, and have in his said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels : is free alike to patroa,tlranien in tbe city
hisser.yices possession a passport, or such other pAllet should perform quarantine, no intercourse and masters of vessels trading to this
as are usually granted at the part whencehe whatever shall lo held with tIe port. To tbete improvements, they mako
shut if inside n'f the Reef &,not within two came, permitting him to depart .thetcfrnrn. -. Town or Island of Key West, but by permission daily additions-, aftO Ming facilities to the
'miles of the Lgh: .Uou;; on Key West,the and under the direction of tile man unknownHJMMS of leisure and business k VUnVE.\, alike hitherto,

'said light bearing E:N. K. the said vessel Sec. 4. lIe it further ordained, That' : President and Health Officer; and all |perSons No 3 Droad street, Charleston.
f ball pay half pilotage. the Master of any ship or vessel, who shall who shall hold any intercourse vith ( ::7-Subscriptions received at this otEco

1..," _.

1JLt\.R" county set 6|>art unJ ullottcd to.ihc
CIR< sC't'\ t.
,,' ... TItosPETCS I ICUWrLuiJ..bJo than Uncertainty of being al tribes .. I' trampled by those with whom we fiVvcconfederated < TO':COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limits of ;the'States, unuVf:'trcntim

.' .\TE incurs AWD WHET TIIAPK at home. Ilcrtfce is Is vitally im- r. ,,t T1tisquny Drn-AnTMENT, with the said Indian TflLeby Ue United made

- 'Ii EVENING POSf; portant'Ihit the$bwtr: should be sustained April 5th, 1U31. States: the Commanding officers( of these! ,

eitablwamerit C1i ;! .'io'not an which alone can compel astrictconSttnCtto'nof SIR ; vcral posts on the frontiers,nrc cnjojnc \ \t
TUB the resides .
with ,
*! Newspaper, devoted to the each 'Chatter., TL4t power: It"I ,tho State Representations' l,a.fece made to thi9Veparncqrit ace that the provisions of the act above ul-
support of their principle, has been of to ,arrest :;
ed expedient, the STATE RIGHTS amiFREB llighl. ..sovereign interposition ,: other persons, that the ,crews of United moval: of the' said unlawful setUcfs, b.kit'it'
themnrpatton ,e Federal a'gents.\ Tho existence ; in the ''txcctrtlou
TRADE PVRTV. In pursuance the conservative States merchant vessels have been discharged for their guide of the sail

of this determination, THE EVENING of this'right as doctrine in,foreign ports by their commanders, duty, the act above referred to.By ;
of our -
POST will be commenced at a Daily Evening 'principle CoasttutioOjisiM new with the provIsion of order of Ai.EX.rsDtfn' JtlXtoMii,
Federal without complying
; it is co-eval with our polity< ,
Journal, II o loon Stbe'eq ititc office and forts asserted by its founders and the act of Congress of the 20flj of February Maj. Gcu. Commanding tIChIl. ;
a. arrangements! be completed.Tlio fcxp9stUrs. Thl5rnmita"ro'' is ,' 1003. Your attention fe, therefore, U. .JONESGJtr.

political tenets to which Uto Evening the characteristic; feature 'proudly distin- specially called lo this sflbjddt' with a request Adj.APPROBATOItY ;, C'O,

Post will, be devoted, arc. so familiarto gqishingourt from other Republics. not.J'eIIeral tha\ .increased vigilance may be exerted 4 4'1STIMO i-.US
this commumty.'uavabcea io long the future infractions of tho
in their clomenls. In the latter, a to prevent OV TUB
prominent subject, of discussion by the Constitution is,In fact by a symbol of public taw and it is expected that you will require UNIVERSAL MARINE TELEGRAPH
and bim- .
have Been so often
anil t has
satisfactory llml.lhera
press opinion, is construed Uy and ,aries'wjtl. evidence -

phantly vindicated by the firs minds 'in our the changing Will :of a majority ; while in been a strict compliance with ihefcquisitlonfdf n' :1YOltT-o(the Committee of Obscrv...
and 'in the federal, councils, that it each before
State, it the foregoing act in case, -
our Republic a guardian preserves lion of the Boston Marine Society, to whom
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more the bund of the master, required by
rule of action. of Marino '
as a permanent the Signals or
than the following exposition, Lich is otTer- section thereof be allowed to be system Telegraphic
formal recognition of such a right the ,
The Flags was referred, having arefnlly I exam
detailed creed.
cd in lien a more
btVo'betR : cancelled.
of the
on the face ined the Signab experienced therr
Free Trade will be advocated as the dic- ,, : utility
nVrrthch L'it fcShttcd b'CCcS'sarily I am, respectfully Jmmtbd
superfluous ,.t seie the same to nautical
tate of an enlightened policy-as a privilege Yon f tibeaicbt servant, .
from fhe'formation of a compact between -
I BretliTcTi, as being more, extensive and .
which impartial justice ca.
of the people, S. P. INGIIAM
independent sovcicigns! { 'having, no Bier distinguished than
from the rulers of every country of the any Signals they
requires Asa feature of our political Secretary
umpire. in in this
common have ever seen use
and which, in ours, id guaranteedby of the Customs. country, and
as a it is course a political, not arevolutionary To the Collector
The framers of that system feel confident everyone who will H\o
the Constitution. Formed for the protec- Circular Collectors of the Customs. '
withheld ffokn the right. to thetn a fair trial, Will bfc convinced tlm'ttTicy
instrument ,
tion'of minority from the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT 7 arc vefy irsoTuJ and valuable inventions
Federal agents the power to protect manufactures Federal authorities themselves, and ;,133J. ;
duties it has been the May { The Committee having-also examined th.:
by restrictive ; from the usurpation of majority exercised Sm: I'Uiae "been1 :i.lt tatned that the de- method >'igt&W iw Ihts tlatbor

murped by a perversion of the sectional revenue through" thesubservicncyoC authorities preciated currencies of foreran countries are fully satisfied that any information that! '.

power, and its-exercise, involving the Constitution r&eJr.D Med a'pr'otection. have been variously estimated at the different '
for sectional aggrandisement, may be t'quired, miry b oppression Itel 'a.nco for that protection sorely wa not Custom Houscs/of the United States, received from ve'sseHus'ins the
hat, necessarily, produced a sectional exasperation in either of the parties against whomit to' defective information any : Signals
which endangers the permanency placed owing, partly, as approaching ,the ,Light*2IOIlse. with tc!,
was as a shield The Suprersfo'Court to the true specie value of such'durrencies< '
ease correfCtncss 'and
that the injured greatest despatch
the Union. is impossible ;
of being
can tolerate legislation so man- obe o(the Federal agents, was and partly to an 'er mcom practice of com- and that their merits need'only to be fnlkktfiywn

parties and in Its operation. not therefore, ntrusted witH its political putingthoir value according to tile rates of to be duly.appreciated.SAMUEL '

ifestly Without unjust first proing'wt.icta unequal is impossible, guardianshib. Nor could hoJ engliwj of the exchange with England, and'reducing the M, HOLLAND,.
majoritythe'aUot box haVe been considered sterling>> valise otsbthdepreci.atcd '
currency Presideltt I.the. Committee of tile
of the protection are equally -
that the benefits a5 the safeguard. The sectional into money of tfig United States without : Boston
to all the States-it is a l\hrincfSocicty.
apportioned minority can exert no influence on the representation regard to the difference between tire legal
contenil that the burdens' of ENGLISH, Sec'y.Te
absurdity to of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling money in U. ,

the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, responsibility of representativesbotsecures States' To.'avoid. sucluliscrepancic -
currency .Shifmastcri and Owners Ycssscls
on consumption exclusively, as f
it bo tax ,
their fidelity to their respective constituents 'f and errors in future, the President
its dcfcndeis vainly argue, Its operation is and the representatives of n minority directs that whenever invoices' arc made The''extensUq ntfoption of the, Marine
yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no Tcle r3.'Phi'c Flags, by Vessels of all dcs
can effect nothing againsf the antagonist out in a currency the value of which is not
Tree people to submit to its unauthorised interest whi h'the representatives of a'tn- fixed.by the laws of the U. States,'you will Criptions throughout tho Union,has render

exactions. Much less is it to be'tolciated, jority may be compelled by their cons'titu-' fci(sire from tho importer a certificate from ed it expedient to establish Agcnctcsin va ,
when it is evident thatwe are not only cnts' to enforce in utter disregard of the the United States' Consul, if there be one, rious Seaport! where Registry Offices ato

taxed consumers, but that the Charter. Tfie) principle,therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation,of the true value kept for tho purpose ,entering Vessels

inevitable result of tho protective system is -that the Constitution is at'the discretion ohuch't: i'rencyin Spanishor United State and furnishing seta of Flags, Signal Pooks,,

tie ultimate ruin of the Southern producer of a 'majotityVand must bo quietly silver dollarsand: elagd'Te' ad,valorem nnd'dcsignattt namb rs.

in the prostration of our agricultural inte- surrendered4o their wisdom and justice. duties according to such value ; or, in the Sfiip'Masters oft,theif fcturn from Sca.arc;

.rest. Besides, except in the Parliamentary trans absence of such evidence, that you will a's- : requested to send their Signal Books to either

There is no solidity in the objection to actions of the two houses of Congress-our certain said value from'the prices current,' : of the undermentioned Agents: ,tQ have

our resistance'that others are blindly Submitting frame of government no where recognizesthe ,and such other authentic sources of informa I inserted therein all the new entries cfdcsip

to the evils, which arc Overwhelming consolidating, rule that the will of amt- tion as may be within your reach, &r Charge nating numbers whichinay have occurred,\

them in common with ourselves.-, jority shall govern. The President mat bd the ad valorem duties accordingly: You' during their absence,. an' \ are porticulaily
This delinquency is not our justification. elected by a1 minority the pcbp'le ; aTna- will give public notice of 'tic directions desired to sew their designating numbers

we arc awake to tho dangers and degradation jority of Senators representing States, the herein c contained to the consular certifi- when entering or departing from tho Port,

of our situation, it behoves us to leave aggregate of whose population are a minority cate ; and that uniformity may be hereafter I of Pot land, Boston';ft ew York, Baltimore

.no effort' untried until we shall have repelledthe of the whole people, may reject a mea- secured at.all the;Ci&t'oin Houses, you will Charleston and Sand Key., By conftJr. into

invasion of our liberties. Thc'ftvening sure unanimously passed by tho representative forward to this Departmentonce a month, 'this particular their'Vessels will be reported -*

Post will, therefore, exhort to resistance of of the people in the other House-and a statement of the rates at which iho cur- by tho Telegraph.AGENTS..

&e Tariff1, as the most prominent" enormity vice versa, a, 'bare majority the other rcnciesaforesaid arc thus estimated at each .

'of that "American System, which ha been House may reject a measure passed'by the port from' Whence goods art imported and LMUEL1\fOOflY: ,

,built up on the ruins of the Free System unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in such currencies. In all'cases of Observatory, Portland'JOHN :!

bequeathed us by onr fathers, and which, if the States: in the Senate-The President a .doubt as to the value of such currency, you R. r"tK1i.lt", $
settled of the country
established as the policy single indrvidnalv may_ put his veto on the will apply to tho Treasury Department for Observatory, Boston.
either the bond
end sever '
must, in the deliberate act of both Houses and the Judges information. I am, respectfully your obe- ?' i JOHN 'GREEK,

of Union, or melt down into and consolidate limitless irresponsible the of the Supremo Court, holding office dient servant, S. D. INGIIAM, "'Td'cgfaph, the Battery, ,Ncw-Yorlc*
one -
State Soveieignties The Post not by election but by appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury.OFFICIAL THOSIAS NEII.SON-
despotism. Evening sot aside the concurrent enattments of ,Exchange, Baltimore.

trill oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House, Senate, and President. The power -CIRCULAR .JAMES: M. Ei.t'uitlo,

as an engine of favoritism', to' protect the Constitution could not NAVY DEPARTMENT; ) Charleston

M a source of sectional robbery, as creating have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 2tT, 10J1. f THOMAS EASTIN,

a necessity for perpetuating, exorbitant majority from which the danger violation Sots In. conscqncnce of recent occur- Key Wet
taxation-it will oppose the rcchartcfing in the'service is invi;, _
was apprehended. It would have been fa- rences :: your attention ,
of the United States' Bank, as manifestly deed, committing tho keys of the'hou'sc; to ted to two Subjects,where the laws: now regulate SOUTHERN REVIEW"'

unconstitutional, and as prolonging tho ex- the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom the rights anS'power of all concerned TIlEwibscribcrbegsfeiveto inform the

istence of a dangerous power ; and it will suggested the propriety of locks. The'power ; but where there is still vested in officers public that he has undertaken for 'flue next
of the Surplus
oppose tho projected disposition was wisely left ,with the several StateSovereiintiesand a discretion 11t'ire. excVclse of Which it three years to publisV! .the SOUTHEUN BE-:

Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced thus not only was there may be desirable to them to know distinctlythe viEw, and to look for his r 'intm ration en-

wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will Jlro, rule of action for the wishes of the President and of this De- tirely to the'pfcscm P.1nl future subscription
duration cocxistantwith
give to oppression a Federal Govetnmentbnia power to render partment. list of $5. AslhiJ'source'h'as.hitherto Keeninadcqihit'e

that of government inoperative,that is to nullify,heir Unautho One of those subjects, and our wisficstipOtt'itare to d fray-this expense, he beg

A zealous and judicious attachment to tho risen and irregular action.. that when 'an lertionofthe Navy leave earnestly to soJiciVllre patronage ttr
Union, prescribe the determined present as and proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist -" wrecked' ; to those! who think the J view worth) of put

crisis for making uncompromising in relation to these principles, the Eve- whether or otherwise distress lie srl+port.
stand for the Constitution,before Post to the State -=to yield which relief promptly to
ning is pledged Rightsand ought The subscriber has associated John B. living -
the jarring interests each of different other in sections irrccoto- Free Trade Party$** a&d as the support bc', and long has been ono great object of Esq. with him in the publication of th"

are organised against blinded their of measures, to be efficient;must include its gallant exertions, IO compensation of Review, who will conduct tho corrcspob-

cilable conflict-before the consolidation, by States the support of men its humble aid will be any kind should either be asked or received. dence, establish agencies, collect and receive

unrighteous gains, contribute to extend the The other subject, and our wishes
undoubted right their undue zealously personal uponit 'subscriptions, and attend to all tl*
shall regard as shall resolve influence' and promote the political advancement arc, that till Congress deem it proper to business transactions of the Review,exccp
a4nntages-betoro they to of those statesmen who devote alter existing laws,'concerning punishments tiny the
typographical dcpaTtrrtC'nt.
maintain at all hazards the "tyrannous principle thcinsclvcs<< to the good cause, which is identified in the Nav, 'nd'tfbcn.wcrtla05' laws The subscriber has the satisfaction alsoto
will of
that public opinion or a with the value of the Union', and the allow a dntrctionin the choice of punishments announce that HughS. Legare, Esq '(i<>
above the Constitution
majority,is a power ; liberty and hener of South Carolina. Its' the first resort, in the case of offences whom the Review has hitherto owed so
in minority
and before the victim sovereignties I warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed by seamen, is recommended to be always much) has consented to be associated with
unless the
goaded beyond bo extinct( shall by a personal pledge to no candidate had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the literary

very aspirations! for liberty ) for the Presidency, or any other and other mild corrections, rather department>'f this journal.The .
abolish frame of
rise in desperation and a office. than to the humiliating practice ef whip subscribers who MQ still in arrears

government much shattered to bo ecog- In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts pingand that never on the same day, by wiN be pleased to make payment to J. B.

nised as that for which they originally stipulated ha-- of party, it wjll b, the aim of the Evening punishing under an officer's own authority, Irving, Esq.. and the new subscriber will

and which Inveterate sectional Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripes, limited pay their subscriptions likewise to him, u

trod shall then render it 'impossible: ;:: rib hv courtesy and. moderation, under by law, be exceeded in number; or he is alone authorized to receive them.

again to re-compose and re-edify. The South belief to ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise than in the presence
the that the Ugii ,.\. E. MILLER,
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, and under the sanction of ho commandingolEcer
discussion best subserved No 4 Broad Charleston.
are by nrm- ,
will be satisfied with nothing but equality: *
; ness without violence and zeal without in- oT the ;:C. or station. "
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution v *
With the and that in the of -; by? otl'iAnd NOTICE.
if observed the temperance. opinions public case ottem*
,, strictly slaveholding
\ even States are placed at decided disadvantage attts of opponents, it will exercise" right cers, which it is hoped their well knotrn :;'::111pJcrsig\ ed having rc-establisheA

Once leagued for the resumption of dealing freely-but it U hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent JL himself at Key West as a COMMISSION -

of rights, they will submit no to a part of its career will ever justify the suspicion from becoming frequent a system Wore remedial MERCHANT AND GENERAL

system of indirect taxation, (' loner \ to of its ever partial adoption of the infamous should be'adopted!, by sentencing to AGENT, offers his wrviceS t* bit friends

blind tho people to the extent and inequality maxim that n all ii fair in politics" reduction of rank and pay,or to a suspension and the public generally.

of their burdens-and they will demand The domgstie concerns of out native State from promotion rather tt''n to suspeu.sion F. A. BROWNE

will be circfijlfy watchtd, and the policy from active service, as, persons, unfortunately -
for theirlaboringclass a representation fully April 20, 1831
advocated which shall
equal to that of the laboring classes the appear calculated guilty of'any misbehaviour: need He offers for sale at his Ware House,
for her prosperity safe and economical most the constant of
: discipline active service -
other States. The required concessions 30,000 feet White Pine Boards
be refused by those whom goverdment.While when suspended therefrom are first
will by
certainly 10,000 Bricks
the Evening Post will be devotedto left without under quality
employment grater I
the Union Ii regarded but as 1i. bargain estimated 15 bbls Baltimore Beef
calculation of pecuniary profit ,the promnlgat JOQ of tho political faith set temptation and opportunities for injurious! 36 do prime
by a Navy Bread
forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful indulgences:
and loss, and the Federal bond will be sun of the practical details Commerce LEVI WOODBURY. 10.bags prime. Coffee. .
The advocacy of StateRights ,
dered-and forever. .
and Trade, two branches of industry which "
the faithful advocacy KEY WEST
is, therefore, only
must be most beneficially affected by the ORDER-NO. 10.IJE.D .
of Union. of its doctrines. exertionswilt SEO.1MANuI"A T B
success Great iQUARtfcRS
With a firm conviction, of this important be made to perfect the departments w. II. WALL takes this opportunity of
truth the Post will contend for .\ T GENERAL'S OFFICE
Evening connected with commercial Intelligence, informing the Public, that J.chas established -
Liberty the Contitution-UDion. For'LibVftV Washington, Sth 1831.
and onr merchants and tradesmen shall find A BEOAB JTAXTFAfcroKV at Key West.
> first, as the first of national blessings having been ,
reported to Var Department
the rcadieUattention all their and He
to wants, imports for this t A best
torthe Constitution which it purpose, ; secures I that contrary to the provisions -
the warmest gratitude for alt their fetors.TERMS .
from'domestic usurpation! ; and for the Uni- of the act, entitled .. An act to regu- Tb5accofrom Harana, ,

orf which strengthens it against foreign ag : late trade and intercourse with the Indian Sears: of the best quality, atol tof every

. f 10 per annum. Country 1'rtbes.and to preserve peace oa the frontiers description may be bad at hU estoLTisbmeiit

the compact,'the Union mustbeeone a Uni- piper, three times a week, $5. ," approved March the 30th, ICOi, several 0:7': All orders m the above line triH;

on without Liberty and the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted at the usual rates.Charleston white, persons,with the intention there meet the earliest attention

of tibJ0gation| : ram abroad is mf.ritHy: (R. ('.' Oct. 3, IO i2. to settle themselves, have