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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 22, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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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
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 1. 'KEY 'WEST, WEDNESDAY, FEB.: 22, IB32. I ; :' .' "" 'f4!" t.NO..2..
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I Only some rose.'yet, lingering bright f "* I he reversed, without'prejudice to any claim: rivnlTe l low: bank circling this immense

THE GAZETTE. Beside thy casements lone, .' "' > I the salvors may hare to salvage. j II enclosure was'filled.with the first names of

Tells where the Spirit of Delight' ) I J'my'own part,> I entertain very'grcat! ,Romo,knights," patricians, senators, military -
EDITEp BY Hath dwelt, and now'ls gone,: < : doubts whether'even'a master of a vessel(; : tribunes! consuls' ; ;tho Emperor alone

B. B. STROBE! Yet. minstret'a, of harp and sword,. : 'has any right to constitute a tribunal, where was wanting to''comliletoepresentativo
And published on every Wednesday by :And sovereign Beauty's lot I hero is a competent tribunal established by 'majesty of the empire i .I was .to form a

THOMAS N. JEFFREYS.. House of quench'd light and silent board law, for the purpose of determining questions part of the! ,ceremony.) nnd tho guard who:
For mo thou needest Dot. in which the rights and interests of had me in charge cleared the to keen- '"
pe- way
: TERMS-$5.} annum-payable, in It is enough .to. know.th there, ,
absent persons may be deeply implicated. spicuous place, whero my national dress
advance.. ., : .i :> > Where thoughtfully I stand, ;
Advertisement ;Insertedj.at"onO"! ) dollar 'Sorrow'and Love, and Hope and Fear, It is a common error,for masters of vessels;: fixed every eye on nic. SeveralChristians:
*.per_s uarfor'the,first insertion, and fifty have link'd one kindred band. I to bcjievo) themselves acting as Supercargoes -' had perished before my arrival. Their'rc-

cents for every'succeeding, time, till order- Thoubindest me with mighty spells! as well as Agents of tho ship owner: mains lay On the ground.; *
cd to be stopped. and in the latter stretch, *
*, ,. A solemnizing breath, .xt.v even capacity, to
-.- .!' !!! A presence all around thee dwells, their power beyond those limits which tho, "The. Emperoi's arrival commenced the

,.7? POETRY: f Of human' ;-anddeath, ,,'', '* I law allows. grand display. I lo took his ,placo under

J"E rV ." I need net pluck yon garden-fower 1 the curtams of,thfJ royal pavilion. Tho
rriiL-iin,11 YJ" T -
' if's said that!a fW' !
deatli' 'IU>s eauJ'l tf"r quested one of his A thousand sympathies! -- _L---. -.mi--_..j-- 1 !' ed through. the air; rose-water .was sprinkled -
servant to carry him,to'window, that he From Salathicl, a Story of the Past, the from silver! tubes upon tho' ; exhausted
"might bebold, for the last time; the sun"set Thou hast beard many sounds, thou hearth, Present and the Future. multitude i. music.resounded} incense burned
>,midst the delightful scenery of France. Deserted now by all! _
Voices ateve here ,met in mirth, NE ()'S MASSACRfc, OF THE EARLY : ; and, in the midst of"those preparations
Gaze on!' thou unbelieving one-: Which, Take tb1l lastJlingering glance I bat ,> n !
Youth's buoyant'step, and Woman's& tone, : began.! t i ,
JOf yon bright'glorious setting sun, ., In order to prepare any reader \ may
A ad
S Childhood's laughing,glee, "A ,of\the
'Twill rise again in France; :And song and prayer,have well been known,>' not have read 'SalathieP for ,the following'i, portal arena opened, and the
'Twill crimson oft her tower and stream-' Hearth of the Dead! to,thee. extract, we will make some preliminary. : combatant, with a mahlJo thrown'over ,his
'
It even onthy't tomb'maybe3Jn, ?. 7 : I marks: Salathicl Arrives'in Rome a prisoner face and figure, was led in, surrounded *\>y
neVer'o'er that marble Thou bast heard blessings fondly poured -
But The hon
brow.
; soldiery roared and
: ,'" ; he had been the chief leader of the infant head
its lustre will it throw. Upon .
'
Again the
bars of its
; den at the c+
ibht;
Jewish insurrection and had ;
been
long
As if,in every fervent word, per. '
Jfo, infidel thine hour is come! The living soul were shed: sonally obnoxions to the Roman authority: i Tho guard put 'a sword and buckler 'into
Ere yet another day Thou hast seen partings-such as bear Prior to his capture, Constintius, a young the hands of' the Christian, and he was left
'
Hath issued from night's shadowy gloom, ,! The bloom from Life away- Greek and Christian convert, elopes with alone.. lie drew the mantle from his face,
A lifeless wreck thou'lt lay! Alas! for Love in changeful air, his Salathicl is in of and bent a slow and firm look round tile
And that high gifted soul of thine, daughter; pursuit ,
Where nought beloved can stay! amphitheatre..* His fino countenance arid
Born, like a sun, 'mid stars to"shine, them,wjien, by the treachery of a domestic
W hose powers vast, and genius high, Here, b> the restless bed of Pain, be is trepanned into the clutches of Ges- lofty bearing raised an universal sound of
Minds loftiest owned-that too must die! The Vigil hath been kept, f, -<' sius Flqrus, the Roman Procurator in Pa. admiration lie might have stood'for an
r *, Till sunrise bright with vain. encountering Python. His
Hope in Appollo ,
lestine, and by him sent in chains to Rome
Tis false and creed hath said! ;
wrong thy Burst forth on eyes that wept: eye at last turned on'mine, Could I"'be
No, newer to man was givenA Here hath been,felt the bush the gloom, Nerp pronounces'sentence of death: At lievo Consiantius
soul to moulder with.the; dead; fIts I The breathless influence shed this period Rome is, nearly destroyed by a my' senses' was befojtJme

rightful' home is heaven! F"Thino : Through'the dim dwelling, from,the room dreadful conflagration-supposed to be the I ,
was ctgpted there to live I Wherein repose the dead. act of Nero himself: All order and system "All my rancour vanished., An hour
When earth her myriads back shall give, i are at an end, and Rome,'the mistress past I could have struck the betrayer to the
The seat left'void the missing face -
,
But now, alas, thy days are ,
gone, 1 could have called the .
And heaven"by thee can ne'er be won! I Have here been mark'd and mourn'd; of the world, presents one, vast scene of heart; on ,. severest
And Time hath fiil'd the vacant place, infuriate mob, ruin and desolation. Dy vengeance of man and heaven to
In gorgeous tomb thy'dust may.lie- And Gladness hath rcturn'df ',."; some accident the wrath of tho multitudewas smite the destroyer tifmy, ,child... .But'tosee
Men long thy'loss! may riourn, Till from tbe"narrOwing'housebold chain drawn down upon the devoted heads of him hopelessly doomed; ,the man whom

And To fame will bear unborn thy.tncmoiy ..". ? The links dropp'd, one by one; the 'New Christians1 and Nero, in orderto 1 had honored for his roblb) qualities,?whomI

. B"t>who ages, to yet be lute thee, would craveA > > And Came homeward the hither o'er alone.Is the main. slake his own tyger-likc thirst for human had even loved. whose crime was at'worst

deathless narnel! Beyond the grave Spring-birds gore, and to glut the fury of the mob, offers but the'crime of giving way to the strong.cst -

Thou durst not look. There all is night- there not cause then-cause for thought, splendid rewards to any individual, and temptation' that can bewildertho' heart

Not.even Hope thy path can.light, !* : Fix'd eye and lingering tread, life and liberty to any condemned prisonerwho of man I to'seo tins noble creature flung to
y Where with their thousand misteries fraught, would trace out and inform tho authorities the savage .beast, dying jjn:tortures torn

BOYHOOD.. Where E'en,lowliest iu its ev'er-hauntlng hearts have bledt thirst of the time and place of meeting piecemeal before my eyes; and,.this misery

.> > ;JJY M. P. WlttlS. For draughts of purer day, of the Christians. Salathicl by some acci- wrought by me,-1 would have obtestrd
There's something a noble boy, Man's soul, with fitful strength bath burst dent becomes acquainted with a secret mee- earth and heaven to save him. But my
. A brave free-hearted, careless one, I The clouds that wrapt its way! ting of the Christians, and, looking upon 'tongue cleaved to the roof of my mouth..

With his uncheck'd, unbidden joy, I Holy to human nature seems one of them at least as the cause of his My limbs refused .to stir. I would have
His dread of books and love of fun, -
And in'his cleat and ready smile, I The long forsaken spot! 1 present misfortunes, he is prevailed, upon thrown myself at the,feet of Nero; ,butI;;
Unshaded by a thought of guile, I To deep affections, tender dreams, by his friends to accept of life and liberty sat like a man'of stone, pale, paralysed' :..

And unrepress'd by sadness Hopes of a brighter lot! upon the Emperor's terms: The Christians the beating of my pulses ,stopi-my eyes
Which brings me to my childhood back., Therefore in silent reverance here, I are surprised,and instantly condemned alone alive. .
As if I.trod its very track Hearth of the Dead! stand, lo execution by the most horrid deaths "The gate of tle| den 'was,thrown back
And felt its, gladness. Where Joy and Sorrow, Smile and Tear. lion rushed in abound
very Have link'd one kindred band. that demoniac cruelty could devise: The and the with.a rpar, and
And yet'is (t not in his play, execution was to take place in the Empe- that bore him half across the arena.I .

When every trace of thought is lost. ror's garden; and, by a refinement of cruelty saw the sword glitter in;.the,air t when it
And not when you would call him gay, Opinion7 of the,Court of Appeals, delivered in Nero, Salathiel whohad thus been waved again, it was covered, with blood.A .-
That his bright presence thrills me by his Honor Judge Brackenridge. the means of bringing so many fellow .howl told that the l w.lladl, been,driven

His shout ring most-the hill O'Hara, Assignee,! This is an appeal creatures to destruction, was compelledto home. The lion, one. of ,the largest t from
may upon ,,
48*His voice be echoed in the hall,. vs. > from -the decision of be an eye-witness of the whole scene: Numidia, and made furious by thirst and

Hfs: merry laugh like_music thrill, the Brig Southern Halcyon.District.3 the The Superior Court in the of "The executions were in the gardens of hunger, an animal of prodigious power,
And in sadness JJe 'italic Judge the imperial palace, which had been thrown couched for an instant as if to make sure

For, like the wrinkles on my brow, Court below, on the petition of Jacob open by Nero, for the double purpose of if his prey, crept a few paces onward,and
Houseman and John R. Western the
scarcely notice such things now- mas- popularity, and of indulging himself with sprang at tho victim's throat,- lie was met
Cut when amid the earnest game, ters of two wrecking Schooner, decreedin lie display of death at the slightest person by a second wound, but his impulse was
He stops, as if he music beard, their favor the amount claimed by them '
al The "and Cohstantius war
inconvenience. crowd irresistible
And heedless of his shouted was produgious flung upon
name, for their salvage, and which had been fixed -
and to gratify the the ground. A crt of natural horror
,
As of the carrol of a bird, by an award of arbitrators. The master of greatest possible
number at once these murders carried round the .
Stands gazing on the empty air were rang amlJlitheaire.JrJlOtstrug.
the
Morse had
AS if some-dream: were passing-there'Tis'then'thaton submitted Brig Halcyon the,one to, arbitration regularly on in different parts of the gardens. In Ale was now for instant, life_ ,or death/
his face I look, question ; the vineyard, a certain portion were to he They rolled over each other} the lion rear.
and if the award be the .
His beautiful thoughtful face, good, Judge decreed 'crucified; in the orangery, another portionwere ed on its hind feet, and, with gnasl.i'1g
:And like a long forgotten book, correctly in ordering tho payment of to be burnt; in the pleasure-ground, teeth and,distended talons, plunged on tho
Its sweet familiar meanings trace: the amount,,in, preference to a sum of mo-
another were to be torn by: lions and tigers; man; again they rose together., Anxietywas
Remembering a thousand things ney decreed on bottomry tkmd, to satisfy
Which pass'd me on those golden wings which the in the Registry of the gladiators were tQ be let loose; and when now at its wildest height. The sword

Which time has Wter'd' now- Court bad been money raised from the\ sale of the the dusk came on, the whole of the space swung round champion's: headin bloody
.'Things that came ofer.ne with a thrill, vessel ''p' was to be lighted by human torches, Chris- circles. They fell,again, covered..with
'
And left me silent,sad'and still, tians wrapped in folds of linen covered gore and dust.". flvs hand of Constant
And threw upon my browA The only question then, is as to the validity with pitch and bitumen, and thus burning had grasped the lion's mane,and"I the fun-
holier and gentler cast, of the award: Evidence has been down from the bead to tho ground. I was ous bounds of the monster could not loose

That was too innocent to last., introduced into this Court which was not horror-struck but escape was impossible the hold; but his strength.was evidently giving

.JTis strange bow thought upon a child exhibited on the trial of the cause below. and,I mist go through the whole hideous way; 'ho etjll struck, terrible blows,

Will, like a presence,sometimes press; From this, it appears satisfactorily' that round. With my flesh quivering, my ears but each.was weaker than the_one before;

And And when life itself his pulsejs is in excesa-beating wild, Morse was the Mate of the Halcyon, and ringing my eyes dim, I was forced to see till) collecting lies pleforce; for a. last effort

When foot and hand, and ear and eye, had only taken upon,himself the command miserable beings men,nay women, nay infants ,be darted t one mighty blow.into the li.
Are all with ardour straining high-- of the vessel l after tho death of tho master, ,sewed up in skins of beasts, hunted on's throat, and sank. The savage yelled,

How |n4 his(;heart will spring Tho Court is unanimously of the opinion, and tom to pieces by dogs; old men, whose and spouting out blood,fled howling round
A feeling whose mysterious thrallIs that whatever doubts there may be of the hoary,hairs might have demanded reverence the arena. But the hand still grasped the

stroger sweeter far than all; power of the master to enter into such a of savages,scourged,racked,and nail. .mane; ,and. his conqueror was (dragged
And on its silent wing i submission of the.question of salvage, there ed to the trees to die; lovely young females,. whirling through U/e.duet/ his heels, A
How with the clouds he'll float
As ; and lost away, can be none as to the power of the mate, creatures of guileless hearts and innocent universal outcry now arose to save him, if
wandering as as they! '
who from 'acciden !is placed in. command: beauty, Wllr.on.f1aming scaflbld And he were'not already dead. But the. lion,

t TilE RUINED- HOUSE.BT He Is often unknown to the owners, of the this was the work uf,man, civilize&man, though bleeding from every vein, was'still
ship or cargo, and cannot be presumed .to in the highest civilization of the arts, the too terrible; and all ehrank from ,the ,ha-
MRS. '
HtSIANI.' be entrusted with so important a discretion, manners, and the learning of the ancient zaid. ,At length the grasp gave way; and
-No O'deiolate dower,of abode storied( song is throes, It is his duty navigate the ship,:and take world. the body Jay motionless'upon the ground.

Forth from tLy gates no glittering line all 1 necessary Jlt.epsfor her preservation y butit "But the grand display was prepared for "What, happened for,some ,momenta lifter
'Of lance and spear bath flow!Vn-* a would be attended with serious consequences the time, when those Christians, who had-. 1 know not, Tbere was a fttroggle :at
D nDen'ot Knighthood have t flung to consider: person thus accidentally been denounced on air discovery" 'were' to :the ,portal a female;,forced her way throughthe
Proud drapery o'er thy walls placed in command; without the advice bq executed; an exhibition, at which the guards,rushed mAlone, and Bung her
.' Nor' bugle-notes to battle rung i or knowledge of the;\ parties interested, Emperor himself testified his jntention to self upon the yictjat1 The sight of anew

Through thy resounding. ,I balls. as possessing all the rowers of the muter, be present.., The great Circus was no roused the Bolt ho tore the ground
.f'
c
J
Nor have rich bo"en'of PleasauncehereBy ; acting as the agent of the owner of the vessel more; but a temporary amp ;itbeatre of with.his, talonfj.lie. Uahed hia streaming

courtly h*nd&beea 4ress'd. ;',',',' ; andin extraordinary caseas, the own* the turf bad been erected, ,in which the usual fides with' .bis tail f/bo lifted 'up'his:man,
For princes: insbe' h deer, er of the cargo. The Court is therefore of game were exhibited during the ear and bared his laogsC.Ilut ,his approach '

Under greea'leas to lets opinion,that the decree of the Court below 'ly part of the dsy. At the hour of my ar was no )oo..f with. a botmd I.he dreaded (



,,',,,41<1>' t: .'" ? the i in orderthafthey .V. 8.. aVAltTEIt MArSTEn:
'. sword 'and camo snulngtho( blood,on Trcasuryipf eJUnitedStales. for-tic pur- t ,expresed fY :; .I learned, Judge s OFFICE.NORTIlt"Asr'corue.ou'A.lJronc',
"V < i fposq may.ho. prevented from risking the
of free people
the sand, and stealing foundpielbody in, colpniJtmff ofco&jrjrom :
circuits still diminishing. ;w "" ;,,. dli i\conntrV/onfliecoaslbf* < Afjrica or'else1 remuncratian-to wjiton they are often so I !!

"Tho confusioWjn tIe.V st' assemblage ,,:Jicf.CJI ja*,,thei:l t gstIth clebaled-a gteatqu well Cnthled, to the decision,of arbitrators, Key West, Feb. 8,. 1832. 23: tf
eras now cxlrcnfcC Voices innumerable! dti i fott and.a bravo one.. We tvere taken whfcli aide and their hard'tiicd'gains r" .
may'be set ,
called for aid. Women screamed and fainted entirety i by surprise' at the,result, of tho vole in
\Yc a
; men burst out intoindigriarlt clamours jcsterday, which! 'exhibited 'a majority of be.. (ost published Boarding.i .
at this prolonged crueltyV Bverr the hard thirty-throo members opposed"'id 'ordering fonner pumbtt the opinion of the HonoraMe -

hearts of the populace,accflstdmed as they it fo lie on the table. Tins' vote is decisive" J.mcVeolt, ln the same, case, and i

\vcre t$ tho sacrifice x>(life, were roused, of the intention of tho.Ilousd, at feast 1o, ftoin which the appeal Wu 'taken., a.
to honest curses. The guards grasped look the question in the free, Jhqug",sot e ,
the o\y ,n'
wailed for from of the votes.wcr 6 doUbtless,fnflurticcd by We understand that :money
their arms, and bqt a sign I HOWARD, Jim. has removes
the Emperor. But Nero,gave no sign. CtmsidcralioDS of courtesy, q\tarys'.th the hands of the Marshal l, will be; libelled'by MRS Callc do los Officios to No. I L').
"I looked upon' the woman's face. It !i<
was Salome IlpranJ upon my feet, I and who, had some claim ,to bebeard event the whole case will again de brought' Havana, Jan. 1, r 3'Z. 19 tf.
I I her by eve it. -
called on her name; implored upon before the Court her.
ry feeling of nature,to fly from that place .... (&*THOSE persons who feel disposed
of death to come to my arms, to think of From; the Same .0- to' contribute towards the erection of a
. 'Webb arrived here ,
The lIon. James on CHURCH the Island, are informed
the agonies of all that jovtd her. MR. ADAMS AND THE TARIFF.Our.Wasbiogton upon
"She had raised the head of Cbnston- correspondent leas sta- SUldayI'9tb inst. in the Schr. Ryder Ally that Subscriptions will be, receiver by tliv.
following; gentlemen, composing the Com
tins, on her knee, and was wiping tho palo ted; in one of his communicnt1otts, that from Apalacbicola. mittee appointed for that purpose:
visage with her hair. At the sound of my Mr. Adams, who is Cliairfrtnh trf die'Committee -I _- Hon. JAMES WCBB, D: C. .PINKIIAM, Vf
voice she looked up, and calmly lasting of Manufactures had, represented, mnlHIJ WHITIHEAD L'. 'STONE, Esqrs. Drs.
back the locks from her forehead, fixed her in very strong terms, the.burthens: of the )T. S. WATERHOUSK and! B.-B. S'rROBEL.THE .

gaze upon mo. She still knelt; One hand South,and the necessity of alleviating them, J>>$ELLIGENCE.rORx ., &
,
rtgd the head,with the Other she point and his decided opposition the.principles ,I

it'ats'her Only ante I again ad on 1Vbich.J\lr.Clay, and others,joJt the '. OF KEY 'VEST.I ,_, .JrQ.XLJ, # .

jnred her. There wars the silence of death tariff party, wished, in future, to piece the ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. SUBSCRIBERS Lave entered in
among the thousands round me. A fire revenue and the protecting system. Similar > copartnership for ,the of
purpose
flashed into a her eye-her cheek burned. statements, as to Mr. A's views, have "' transacting GENERAL COMMISSION
Site waved her hand,with an air of superb Feb. '18. Sloop Traveller, from Iosqoito -
been (given in the Charleston papers, as derived BUSINESS? under tbe Firm of WM. F.
sorrow: from Washington, and commentedupon bound to St. Marks, sailed next-day. ENGLISH & Co. and beg leave to tender
"l, am come to die," she uttered, in a with much satisfaction. Our correspondent 19. Brig Tallahassee Bright;St. Marks, their services to their friend and the pub

lofty tone. "Tliis bleeding body was my wrote on the authority of his in- bound Shcr.to New York.Place Appalacbicoh. lie. Flattering themselves, that as they
,
Hyder Alj
The world extensive, %YARE HOUSES, and
father. possess
husband. Jiave no formation on.the subject-and too writersto Lumber to F. A.lirowire.
-contains to mo but this clay in my arms.- the South appear to have good groundsfor CLEARED.F will every be facility enabled to to aid render their endeavors, they

Yet,", and she kissed the ashy lips, before their statements We are, therefore,at 17. Sloop DreaQ, Park, 'n&'Vl.OO, counts of any business that nay satisfactory be entmst-ac-
her, "yet my Cbnstantius, it was to save a loss to account for atontradiction, whichwe by ttraster.51oop I cd to tbelr care.: ,
that father,that,rour generous heart defied find in the Philadelphia U. S. Gazette, Cuba,Sawyer, Havana, by master. < WM. F. ENGLISH.
the peril. of.this, hour. It was to redeem the Editor of which says: 20. Spanish'Sloop Saberia, Morino, Havana 1IEZ. R. WOOD.
him from the hand of evil, that abandoned '. WashIngton P.J. Fontaine.
letter
you from-
yesterday'saw a' 21. Brig Tallahassee,Bright,New York, Mo hero constantly on Hand and for sale,
our quiet home I-yea>,cruel father written'by a member of Congress, by master. 2fiperfine.lrloarhf ':4M, : ss and Prim
here lie the noble being that threw open who possesses'the.best means of ascertaining Sloop Mary Ann, Ximenez, Havana:' bbls A; half bbls ,' 'Beef.
your dungeon, .that led you safe through the opinions of Mr.Adonis, in which it PASSENGERS. Navy & Pilot bread, "tde prime pork
conflagration! ,- that,to.the last.tnontertt of is declared, that he(Mr;'A.),does not icon- In Schr.Hyder-AUy, from Acalaclicola>> Canvassed lams) Smoked Beef,
his liberty defy thought, how he right pre"eerve template any concession to the Southern lIon. Jas.Ytfbb.. I Rice and Grits, togniac and Do-
and protect )'ou." Tears at length demands, which shall at all affect the inter- Brffc Tallahassee. << ,nom St. Marks, W. R Hollandandl > medic'Brandy,
fell in floods from her fiyes! "But," said CM protected by the present tariff; and Hackly, Esq. Col. T. Owens abd Mr.Eastin tic Gin, Jamaica npd Do-
of Key West,'E. Van Evour'bf Talkbassce. Madeira ;and Port mestic Rum
,
she i in ofVila a tone .power, was that of Mr. A. disclaims the views
course A'tin,ToT Ita'vana Cen. 'Dan. Wine "Cider-
and ttopoever whose thunders Sloop Mary in bbls -anil \
j rtay to him the Charleston letter
imputed by Parker c>f PhlbdclpLi Vinegar bottles, '
avenge the cause of his people pour down writer. The report, 'therefore -that Mr. ..-.. ,- Goshen<< Butter, tCrtdcers, &c.
just retribution" upon tho head that dared Adams was opposed to Mr.' t/lay'M measures Together with ftENERAL ASSORTMENT -
---- or that he had expressed an Opinion NEW AD\'ERTI-SEJENT!*. .
I heard my own condemnation about to that such measures would be injurious and of
be pronounced by the lips of my child.Wound'op .- deceptive to the South, could not have llBF'JIWECLOTHIN.G
to'the last degree of suffering, been well founded POlSale"

I tore my,hair, leaped on the bars beforeme "It is further stated;;in tho letter to which
and plunged into the arena by her side., we refer, that 'a known tariff member lof i. (HE Fishing SmacksDREAD,
The height stunned me; I tottere4l forwarda elm Committee on Manufactures which .1 FAIR AMERICAN, and ?]'o suit the Marker
few paces, and fell. The lion gave a Mr. Adams is Chairman, has expressed, NOll' AMERICA. For terms and ;
roar,and sprang upon me I lay helpless himself fully satisfied with the declared particulars apply to i KIA .'HASSES; PILLOWS,

.under him, -itelt his fiery breath-I saw, views of.Mr.Adams,and with the measures JOsF4rncOvrn :l.L. fc Co. &c. .&e &e. .
his lurid eye glaring--heard the gnashingoT which be bas suggested '1o the committee.11 Krey 't\1H',she 'h'ob. 1031.1.; 25. 2i
WM. F. ENGLISH & Co.
his white fangs above moAn < -- > '.
exulting shout arose..-f 48qw him Key West Jan. Sgd, IBS?. 21 tf.
if fitruck filled his THE, ttAgETTE. NOtice '
seel as :-gore jaws.Another1 y LIST OF Lt "rmS'
mighty blow was driven to his
heart.-.*Ho high in the air with a KEY 1VESTVEDNESDA'Y : ALL persons indebted to the late Firm Remaining the Post ftjicc al Key West,
,ho.1.- Hd dropped; he was dead. jThe \ FED 22, 183g.c COTTRELL & FITCH, are re- o>> &est January* 1-832 iAlcxahder
amphitheatre thundered wiUleec1am l on. ,- quested to make payment on or before the Bair, :Martin BYethorT;
With Salerno bo3t 'C 16th March next. Accounts oot liquidatedat Samuel Bills, Wm. II. Button 6
clinging to my >rn., n. This day completes a century from the
that tune will be into the Lands Donaldson
put of Caffrey, Florcncio CaWez?,
raised from the The
atantius ,me ground.
Birth of citizens of foioUectivn. '
Washington.Ttfe an Attorney : Thomas Eastw, Wm.S.Etliot\:
roar of the lion roused him from his swoon, IeyVcst have determined to celebrate it Key West,.22d Feb. 1832. 25 2i Charles Hawkins, Win. G. P 'rter.
blows saved The falchion :
and two me. CasimiYo Rnby, 2 'R3cbaol'Swan,
was broken In Tho heart of the monster. xvitn becoming$p tit. It is grateiul and Knstacfi Trenot, LcouaYd: Trumao,

The whole multitude stood up, supplicating proper to recall at stated periods the memory For Sale Charles tl. Webb.

for our livestri the name of filial piety of the,jnstf we should not simply rehearse H. S. .,.AT n1JOUsE, P. M.\
and heroism Nero, devil as he was, dared Key West,Jan. 18, J832. 20 tf.,
I wltolesale or retail, 150 sets 'K'tHV41
their aises as "a talc that is told"arid
'p BY ,
not resist the strength of the popular I Forks f wrought.) #
feeling, He waved s signal to tho guards; forgotten; wo sJiould dwell upon tlie I 3() Doz. Single and Dcftblebladed Pen
the portal was opened; and .jny children, recollection'of their virtues, and hold'thcm: Halves.! PrOIlOSolsWlt.t

.sustaining my fetble steps, and showered forth tfs bright 'models for the imitation 18 Doz. Fine Steel Scissors. '
v4fhgarlands and ornaments from innume'able I Dot. Superior Silver Steel RaJora: ; :. be. received b y tfie subscribe*'
hands, slowly led me from the arena. posterity. Together with an extensive Stock of Clathiof. tit the firtt day of March next,
,. Time the i insatiatd; destroyer, is'continually Fticy Articles, &c. &-'C. for building a Stone Jail in the town of Key
..., levelling wtth.tno dust the A. C. TUT, & Co. West, with 11. Brick Cistern attached theretO -
trophies
POLITICAL ALSO ) in accordance with'an Act of the Legislature
of war, the triumphs of art,and thee best of Florida passed tire test Session. A
From the New-York Gazette. anticipations and dearest hopes of humani Jim received from New-Vork, plan of tho proposed building may be-sera
Gentlemen's Fine Boots, Cloth t'Leather by applying to cither of Undersigned..
MR. VAN DUREN.
ty. But the memory of the Great bids de- CAPS. T! M. STONE

The long pending question of Mr. Van fiance to time:-as distance lends a ,,mel- Key West-, fib. tote* $4 2i.ozN. \WIUTEIIEAD,

Duron's nomination, which had created so lower tint to the beauteous landscape, so : B. The subscriber will Supply Commissioners.
much interest among all parties,was put at vessels with FRESH PILOT DREAD from Kcy-West, 'Dec. 21, 183. IT tf.
does tho of from
,rest on Saturday morning,by the receipt of lapse ages, by removing I the Bake House. HENRY K. NEWfcOMD
the National Intelligencer' of "Thursday, our immediate observation the frailties of .to-.airy AGENCY or

,' announced the rejection of tho nomination human nature,throw out, in bolder chat WILL, attend Business that may

by,the Senate on the previous day, fcCterSj the virtues of the good and great."ruo' .-: Notice be intViisVed to him. Office and StoreRooms
.ah.r&setting Df 4hor .frAyfrj with closed fe&e Warebtnnq<< of FIELDINGA. .
,loorp.T .'The Intelligencer adds,it was ru- greatness consists norso much in ac. TilE n n1gned hereby notifies all pert f BROWNE,fi*|;.T .. ,
aioUred that this result was produced by tual achievements, an in the motives of action concerned\ that from and aftet 'Key-. West, Nov. 16, 1831. 11 tT

,the casting. vote of tho Vice President. ; Tho greatest copquests which the the date hereof, be will prosecute to the 0\. EDWARD QIANDLEn,
mot extent of the law, any and every per-
Private letters received hero allude to the world ever saw, have only beep the means son who marSh ally .mannct: furnish liquorof ATTOftT' T VJT Tilt T7H1TET tATIS SOUTHERN
fame rumour; but we understand that ono of forging chains and riveting fetters upon any description whatever to any -one of tASTRICT OF rtOWTDA.
'writerflsys the TOte stood 25 to 3,. As his slaves; vt wbo shall under any.pretext Court. house, Key West, April 20, 1831.
the injunction of secrecy will no doubt be the liberties of'man. The spirit and prin- Lira or employ' any obo of them either b7 -

..removed from these proceedings, the true ciples of Washington may, in this respect! day erect: niVht. P. C. GREKNE.Kc ARTRILL &; M'DONALD,
state of the vote,-will soon be known. We thattenge a ctirtiparrisotn .His exertions > West, Feb. 15, 1832. 2tr
'JBakfteU. SHIP MRPENTEllSt
received no papers from Washington yesterday lore not selfish-they were devoted exclusively theirfriends
,except the Globe,due the day previous, RESPECTFULLY
to Iris'cOuntry. Can .tbo of that
memory
O
which is silent o4 the subject. The mail
they wif undertake to the shortest
of today Vrilli,wb: resume, furnL h all he'desircd' such a man ever,diet \,No.., Succeeding H ENRY GODDARD informs the pubs notice, Ships, Small repair Vessels upon, or Boats
particulars.After generations, as theylear to'valift!\HepYivilcgcs lie that b. has established<< himself at Application may be madeat{lie-Store
; ho above was written)we were informed bestowed upon' them' w ill'v& >rate Key West in the Baltety Bosiness. The P. J. Fontaine.
: tint a letter hail been received by a.xjcntloptn with increasing affection the memory of following article*, of the best quality can Key West J o*.23, 183 1, .
iavth&tftyytyu&i* ieqd in always b.bad at his establishment: -

ifashin ton, whHA stated that the rejec- their Benefactor. -... ,. F AEsn FAMILY: LOAVES, THE SUBSCRIBERS
... '
-Uon ot thU nomination was effected by-the 'Pvety Morning HAVING taken thefitore recently,oc
Votes of Messrs. Hayne and MrU&v of We give todabe decision'of the Court FRESH PILOT BREAD, by Porter It Stanard, *a the
South Ctrohna, Poindexter of Missi&tr'. appeal;fu* the Territory 'of Florida, on Constantly on band; Worth East end of F. A. Drow e'* War-

pijvnd Moore,'of Alabama.In the tease tltO. OUIam vsk Brig_Halcyon. Also terms House,,a offer general for assortment sale on accommodating of

the/ House of Representatives yiPo The bpinloa of Uw Court was delivered\ by A Variety of Sweet Dread Cake, &c. &c.nlers DRY GOODS, ,
$ National Intelligencer,Mr. Jenifer has (bc Ikon Henry ,Mk Cratkenridge The ft for,any of the above articles GROCERIES and -
started afresh topic of debate, which is not will b.e gratefully received and promptly SHIP, CHANDLERY.
f ,
the Masters of Vessels
attention X> wrecking -
likely,soon to be rundown Thecxpedifeney i- executed. GEORGE WEAVER & CO
of appropriating money from the is particohrly called to the opinion Ke) West, Fob 8, 1832. ?3 tf Key West, April 20, 1631the



SCc. 8. The Reef shall bo consideredwhen bring within the port or Itarboor 6l Key hurls vessel bf trtscl#, 'wfifcont liable firsf otfafn ,
shall be. to '
have: ing sold permission" Tier-!
Sand
the Light*louse on Key bears West any foreign pangttwho'may be tmjioscd -
cither E. N. R or W. S.W. clandestinely+ : departed from arty foreign form the same qnardhUnritlmt and may-
Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. AU vessels liable pilot plac and who shall n* possess a'prssport upon said Aid vessels. cargoes.That'
ordained
tOJiY' tale it further
the other evidence of his having Ljectt pctrmttcd Sec. 3* _
from
United States, dated 16th age, bound this Port y or this Ordinance snail remain in fall force
same as vessels entering: but if said vessel 1 to depart from thence/--! *!*! permitting
March, 1002.SECTION. shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they Mm to land without permission first until, expressly. repealed by" tliti! Cbancfl. :

XIX. shall bo subject to out half pilotage.Sec. obtain' d from tne Town Council, shall pnnl NC&-No.- it.Constituting .
8. All Vessels except wrecking Vss* forfeit and pay,fot each pasfcngct, 80 landed -
Every person who shall procure or en- sets, smacks and vessels under charge ot' Uto sum of fifty dollars. "* / n Coniriffee.of Fin Jn""r

tice a SOLDIER tile United States to wreckers entering or leaving this Port S e:; 6. Be it further ortfawftf' That De it ordained by the 'President and

desert, or who shall purchase from any through tb;North-\Ywt passage,and drawing anyfQigq passenger landing within the Members nf the Tovp Council tf Nf!!
Soldier, his Arm, Uniform Clothing, or four feet water, Or pver,shall pay two ToVm of. Key West, without permissionfirst West, That from and after the twsfcfhg' of
any part thereof and any Captain or dollars pet ,foot to any Pilot tendering InsecrViccsi twined from too Town Council this Ordinance,two Members of the Board: ,
Commanding Officer of any Ship or Vea- but if said vessel does hot lrOCtl vc" or ,without having the necessary to be designated by the resident! from timo
eel l, who shall enter on board auger Ship said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; passport or other evidence of his being allowed .to time, shall constitute a Committee of
or Vessel, aa one of hit Crew>or bthfer- if 8 Pilot docs not tender his service out- freely to depart from the port whencehe Finance-
wise carry away any: nth Soldier, or side the bar of the said North-West passage came, (if any is usually) granted'such Sec. 2. Dc it furthcf ordained, Thatit
Shall refuse to deliver him up4to the Ordersof then he shall not claim pilotage or place,)shall be liablA to enter into bonds in shall hr the dUly of the !Committee.
his .Commanding Officer: shall, upon half pilotage. the sum! of $?1,000 with good actiurhy, to to.examine ami audit.all bills or accounts
Legal COn'\IttiWmbn, ,fined, at the dhxrctibn Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall be approved of by the resident of the presented against the Council; to examinethe
of any Court' : havign cognizance of tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justicfe of the Peace, to depart accounts of Treasurer and Marshal,
the same, in any sum not exceeding alongside shall be accepted,and if refused, from the Island! within such time as and make reports quarterly as to the stoto
Three Hundred Dollars { or be imprisoned, the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received may be deemed reasonable, or on failure of the I'inaiiccis..
any term not exceeding oho year.wExtracto half pilotage. be committed to jail.' D.. 0. PJNKI /ss1;
......... Bee. 10. When a Pilot shall discover Sec. 6. He it further ordainM, That Preset T. C.

do tin :Lejr de Los two or mom vessels, it shall be his duty to she several fines and penalties herein enacted .. I1..''S. )ATP\IIPU:
.. 'UJiidos'con fe Visit that which Is nearest,unless a signal of may be recoveri5d before Mho President . .. .Clcrlf.OTice .
Estados: of the Town Coiincil or tiny Justiceof '
distress be exhibited on one more i emotes CUtCUI.AR.
cha, del i6.de Marzo and any Pilot failing to comply With this the Peace.ORDENAN2'.A. of American and Foreign Apency,for

1802. provisibh shall forfeit his Branch.Sec r.- Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
\ 1 K Any Pilot charged before the : --No. 9. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to

SECCION XIX. tV>wn CoUnfcH,of incapacity negligence, .Arreglando, la, tn/iWareum, Ac Pasage- all persons whom it may concern, having
shall, upon conviction, be deprived of his ros,Estrangcros, en tl Pueblo de Cyo Claims, Debts, Inheritance' 4c. payable
recoverable abroad,that thfo AgcnctLa*
Persona alguna quien procura o as- Branch or
isti?el huir de algun! SOLDADO de Lcs Sec* 12. All fines and penalties Imposed Ilucso. established under the special amptcos and in
Estados Unidos, o1 quien compra de ah! by this Ordinance shall too recovered; before Por cuanto, varV>|t criminalcs,
gun Soldado BUS Annae, beetido de Uni- President, of the Town Council,allowing contra las lel u del pais do dondo this eminent country Bankers,a regular&c. Correspondence in the j Mncipl ports

fonni o1 qualesquera parte de clla; y algun to the parties, in all instances, an viuicroii, han alto inttroducidos en cstoPuerto and cMJiitaU of foreign governments fcbmmcrcial -
Capitain o' Oficial Mandando ttlguna appeal,to the Council. proccdcntes dVj otros estrangcros, relation with the United State;
Fragata o* Barco quo sea, o' quien se Sec. *S. When a Pilot shall go on board y como la continuaciorl eemejantes en- through the medium whereof inch valid
cmbarca en ella como Marincro o1 de of vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and, tradas pucdcn ser! a ten dj id as como do inju- 'claims as may be confided thereto,' will bo
qualesquera modo lleya Conaijp elgun shall also furnisji the Master or Commander riosas consecuencias rhi ra la comunidad,, expedited for' settlement, and promptly and
Soldado, o1 quien deja de cntrcgat el of said! vessel with a copy of this Ordinance a rhenos quo medidas rt<> scan tornados pa effectively coy red, vhen furnished by
claimant With the suitable legal proofsand
la orden del Oficial ra reraediarlas:, the
diclio Soldadu a / '
Mandando, sera; obligado a pagar uha See 14. The following rates of Pilot; Portanto se ordena Jn ir cl Presidentc y Power voucher of Attorney, together, to with be taken the ,requUito and acknowledged -

omit Begun ladescrecion de la Corte que tage are allowed tOn Micmbros del Cabildo, Quo dcsdo e11)ra- before koy Judge of a Court of
enga conocimiento del mismo, en qua a vessel drawing Jj feet, $7.00 moro del mca dp Novien ibm proximo, en Record, or other competent chit magistrate ( -
lesquera suma no siendo ariba de '['nos: 6 900 adelante el Capitan deo\ ualquier a Buquc municipal authority, or notary pub
cientos pesos o* puesto en la pricion cc 7 U 1000 entrando do algun Puert'lt o lugar estrange lie; and the whole duly authenticated by the
un termino no siendo ariba do un 0 Ie 1200 ro a cl de Cay Hucsoi ha de rnanifcstai Governor of tho state or territory in which
por cc D" 1360 Escribiente del Cabild o cl numeio db]>a- the same may be perfected, and legalisedby
Rnu. cc 10" "-1500 sageros, no ciudadanos t Ic los EstadoS U-. the appropriate Foreign Ccttstil.Haviug "
nidos ni vecinos del Pub blo de Cayo Hue- also established a similar corres
1650cc ,
NOTICE. 11" J'dndencethrduglaout the United States and
citizen who apprehend a DE 12" 1800 so; y ha de pagar al Tc-j urcro par cads i>a- British America, tho like claims for recovery -

ANY from may the U. States' Troops, c. 13" 1950 sagero Un Peso. in any part thereof respectively, will
Sec. 2 El Capitan do, cualquicraBuquc and to, in
end deliver him over to an Officer of the u 14 c. 23'00cc be received iclcntli.Ucnded
Army, will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN 15 1,1 2700 faltando a manifestar deb tro de 24 horns des behalf of American, tie well as, Foreign
DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.J. cc 16 -3200 puts du la cntrada de,tF.clio Buquc, ha doser claimants l
M. GLASSELL, ee IT" 3600 multado y paoara b .dcmas de la suma Orders for tho iovcstmeut of funds1 ott
Major Commanding. ante dicha cads Cinco mortgage of freehold property, or in Ibo
pa
18 cc 4000 lion sagero pesos.
Nest April 2'7, 1831 3i purchase of public securities in the United
Key Sec.
3.
Ningun past cstrangerbdalgWLDuque
cc agcro
a 4500
..... 19 State., Cana\Ioans of the_SUtcsjaf.IfewYork .
OFFICC OF TIlE f .cc .-20 '., .600O ha de star pcrnaitido desem- Pcnnsjlvania, Ohla, &0. punctually
BRITISH V1C&CONSULATE, 21' "' 6600 barcar en el Puerto de e< JfoyoHucsp,omcnoa and faithful'y etecutcd '

And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the 22" CO 00 quo no haiga publicatf ncnto y librctncnte Applications addressed to this Agency',.iu
.salido del lugar do proccdencia tienc the of clalmf
cc 23 cc 6600 sul{ y cases requiring investigation ,
Association of Underwriters,Liverpool, cc 24" 7000 en su poder pasaporte o otro testimonio tal search of records or the intervention of4 legal
TO.3 FRONT-STREET. cual los anccdcn el Puerto proceedings, should be accompanied
Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detnin- como que ne a en
Office hours from 9 A. sr. to3 o'clock I'. M. don board any vessel'after she has arrived de su procedencia pub miticndole su! salida. with an adequate remittance and to defray tho

tf Key West,20th April, 1831 in the harbour, at the request of the Sec. 4. El Capital de algun Buque que preliminary the charges same and all diabuncmepu'at"tending letters must 'bo
'
.J. !Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del rue to do Cayo lIueso al addressed (post paid) to the undersigned
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled demand and receive gun pasagcro que hajff ga salido clandcstina- (Counsellor of tho Supreme Court of the U
Three Dollars ,for every such day. mente de algun lugar y quo no posea pasa- States,) in the Office of the Agency, 49
the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porto o otro testimonti o do liaber sido,permi- Wall street, New York.
tido su salida permit Ucndolc desembarcar: AARON 11. FA LMEK,Actuary.
Branch, shall, at the time he obtains the y
ed Oct. 15 1831.ORDINANCENO .
same,pay into the hands of the Treasurer sin perrniso primero ol l btcnido del Cabildo, THE 'CITY UAZETTE,
,
TEN DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk ha de ser multado y p ngara por cada pasa- AND COMMERCIAL DAILY ADTERTUBB.!
8. for issuing the same. gero asi dcsembarcait Jo Cincucnta: Pesos. A Journal of Commerce, Science, Litera-. *
To regulate the Pilot gr of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of : & 5. Que cual<<|4uier pasagvro estrnn- ture and the Arts. 0
Se it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance gero desembarcando dentro dcl J'uerto de PY JIMM8 & DURVE\. '
Tov of Key West; Thai "wlien tony person arc hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. I"Cairo Hueso,ain perl niso primero 'obt nidoI Tim CITY GAZETTE Is ono..or.tie
I
sin Journals in*tho U.'
del Cabildo el oldest Stales.
tel existing
shall be desirous of having the sits &ion o ser pasaporte ncccsi -
sario t>otro testimon io do haber sido jxrmi- Under many proprietorsits course with few
of Branch Pilot vf this Port,he shall present 9. i
exceptions, have always been Americanand
lido salir librerocnto del Puerto do
to the Council written petition; whereupon the introduction sf Foreignersinto : su 1)1'0i late
Regulating popular. Of years, from neglect
ccdencia si CI costt imbre en tal lugar)ha de
(
stall be of the Council to i
it thetluty ap- the Town of Key West.WHEREAS more than any other came,its influence and
ser sujcto! a cntrar en obligation en la suma
point a committee of three competent persons patronage had visibly declined. Within tbo
to make enquiry into'the qualification- several criminals, offenders agalnst de g 1000 con buerta fianza que cute approbado last year however, the present proprietors,
and fitness of the persons applying, and res the laws of the country whence por cl Presiden to dcl Cabildo o un Jucz Laving: entered upon a course of policy
port thereon at tm> next succeeding meet- they came, have lately arrived at Key de paz para que B|Jga de la.Vsla,dentro del mote consistent with the politics of the
of the board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con ticmpo como seA considerado fazomble o South, and having made numerous additionsto
ing shall be acted on': all Pilots tinuance of such anhllls will be attended en faltando sera sconducido a la carcel. the mechanical improvements of thtarestablishment
petitioner appointed it in
out
injurious to Sec. 6. Que las multas ordanadas by fitting a new and
shall previous to receiving their by many consequences aqui handsome type, and on a larger sheet and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient tAre community unless means be takento pueden ser cobrltdas pbr el Prcaidento del better description bf paper than heretofore
security for the faithful performance of their prevent them*. Cabildo o por nut juez de paz.ORDl1QANCE.No.. lay claim to, and have been favored with d
lie it therefore ordained, by the Pro-
duty. large and proportional increase of.patronage -
ridcnl anti Ufa/Met s Jbf the Town Council and
All Pilots holding Branch IO. Including new Subscriptions gene
.
2. a
Sc. ,
of Key lat That from and after ral advertising. )Within hog last their
shall have and Boat sufficiently largeto ) For pfcrentinj;the introduction of Cholera year,
use a '
the first day br November next, the Master list,of patrons has been swollen by sib accession -
enable them to proceed over the Reefand into tde Toim West.WHEREAS '
of vessel arriving from a foreign portor of Key pf rhore tharf Tbree'Ilandred CitUzens
render the aid of Pilotage To liny vessel requiring place any at the port .t>f Key West, shall a. certain disease,kmown by the to which 'n.w'names eta- with little

the same. make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at present exception, almost daily added. The Fro
, Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 6 Council, of the number of passengers onboard prevailing in the Northern parts of prletorf,in order tho betterto merit that encouragement

feet of water entering this Port, except fishing not citizens of the United, States, EuropetVjf the most fatal character; and and pleasure, of which to acknowledge, It is equally su much their

smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels nor residents of the Town of Key West; as such disease may be introduced Into pride hat been received), from their fiends aDeI
under charge of wreckers, shall pay the and ball pay to the Treasurer one dollar our owu ports by vessels trading with fellow citizens-have'established in connec*
rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. for every passenger aforesaid. that quarter of the Hobo: don with their'office business., spacious

4. If a Pilot does not board or offer Sec. 2. De it further ordained That JIG it therefore ordained, by the President Reidirfg Room, in which, the chief Public
his services to \'ejse11iable to tako a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neclect- fend Members nf the Town Council Journals find their way and are carefully
until l said vessel arrives within 4 miles of ing to make such report within 24 hours of Kiy Wtst, That all vessels arriving filed from all the States in our Union.-
all its(
Tliis
room is free with facilities without
the Light-House on West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said! vessel shall forfeit
Key from 4 JOrts or place, where Uic said disease thargo, to all of.the.Gazette.
go boarding or offering his services,shall be and pay the sum of five dollars, in addition existi, shall be taken by the, Pilots of the A regular weekly Price*Current, in letterform
entitled to.only half pilotage; and if said to the sum aforesaid required for each ..po.rt:,without their going on, board, to the and upon a fine paper: suitablecollected
Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the passenger. Quarantine Ground, northwnrd and westward or correspondence, carefully'
Light-House on Key Weal is distant not 8 ec. 3. De it further ordained, Thatio of FlemingVKey}.-t hero to remain with the most Correct estimate of too trueCondltIon
more than two miles and then bears E.N. foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel ': under the directidn of,the Prl' ldeat of the of the markets, and,Wnnoo; !:' the
13.no pilotage shall be claimed. shall be permitted to ]land within tfce Council and Health Officer bf the port. moat adrantageoua terms 'to all |b4t, coma
All vessel five harbour of !{c1V est unless he De it under tbis class,\*_also Issued from fie office
Sec. 5. drawing feet port or Sort 2. further ordained, ThAt of tw proprMtun. rrieir
Readior
vater subject to the provisions of this Ordinance shall: have freely and openly departed from While) it shall be thought necessary by the{ 'where tie .artiest!nfo7 mtiopmaj be Jloom bad,'
,refusing to receive a pilot outside of tho place whence he came, and haveltt his laid Health 0tllcertthatsaeeli vessel or vm- .it tree alike to patrons,ttrwisers; fu the ci.
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services possession a passport j or such other papers should perform quarantine., no intercourse I fy, and masteri oC moll tra4i gMa 'this
shall be liable to pay fall pilotage; as are usually granted! at the port whencehe whatever fhall be held with the ,port' To these %rot iu nti, they mako a t
but If inside of the Reef &.not within two came; permitting him to d atop Uiero- Town qr Wand of Key West, but by permission daily additions,.albrdtog faaUItlfis to tb.01'
miles of the Light-House on Key West the .nnm i and under the , aid light bearing E N. E. the aid vessel sk, 4. Be it further ordained That Presudelit and Health Officer; sad all per-,. :x- If. '

&taLl halfpilotage. the Master of any ship or vessel, who ball moM wto thill bold any i intercourse with: I e4, Ck, '" =, ttJuention

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-tin? If" Y ik# i *'' 'd 1J CIR1JLAlt country, ap srv,"
XL- : ...''i1t1;.P. OSP.tOTU5 :t t, lesjformidablc than the c I W al tribes of. Indians.'csublisLed beyond to!:

.01'}" ;",>; ''wit 'v'.i i-i; ;. or.STATE TfE tH1f9J': .: iM.. trampled by those with.wliOTn T'o-: COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limits of the States, under treaties made
" .-. niGIITSjlND FHEE".TRADE federated at homer Hence,is is TREASURY DEr-AiiTMEST, with the said ludian Tribes by the United

',. EVICTING POST.: portant: that the power should *** April Gth, 1831. States: the Commanding.officers of these
..
which alone con compel a veral posts on the frontiers are enjoined to
fllllEestablishment fo Chartesttmof an of'the Charter., That power "been made to tins see that tho provisions, of the act nbovc ni!
have
JL,additional devoted to the It Representations be enforced in relation
Newspaper each Slate Sovereignty. : some of our Consuls! and hided to to the removal -
eupporlOfJheit.priaclples, has been deemed J1eparhne of the said unlawful settlers
Right'of sovereign ,1ntcrp "I'or United takin"
that the
expedient by tl.c. STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation'of Federal ag persons merchant; vessels hail cr been dischar for their guide in the execution of the said:

FREE tTRADEiP.AIlTY, In pursuance fatence:or. this: right ns the their commanders, duty, the act above referred to
of thttdetbfrnioation, THE EVENING; principle of Constitution is ; I in foreign ports with by the '.provisions .of By order of ALEXANDER MACOMR,
POST Will'be commenced a* a Daily Ever complying, the
trine $ ,itis cp-eval with our of thc28thof, f ebrua Mai. Gen. Commanding Army
:. thing, Journal,10,soon as the re uLsiteotfctarranq'ement 'and .wu'asserted by is.'to act Congress R. JON&,
$,can be completed. ; This 1803. Your attention ,his,; therefore, C tf. Adj.
temporaryexpositors.;: : Ger
the Evening : called to this subject, wfth a re-
The political tenets towhich the, charactcrmic feature specially, '-
Post;will "be devoted, aro': so familiarto 1 gnilhing! ours from olber'R' est that increased vigilance! may be ex ATPROBATORY TESTIMONIALS
'thlipcommunity; have been to Jong the I dams in their elements. In to prevent future infractions, : of the *' rS\ t oF' Ttri:
"'prominent'' subject 'of discussion by. thepress ; and it is expected that >yoUWill re : UNIVERSAL MARINE TELEGRAPH.REPQRTpf.fhc .
Constitution is, in fact, by a ,
there has
often and triumphantly satisfactory evidence thai: ,.- _'
=and have'been so is construed by and ; I. "
lic opinion, -
vindicated by the first minds in bur a strict .compliance"with the requisi .Committee of
the ,changing will,,of a majority )( Observation \
State, and -in the Federal councils! that it I Republic guardian power of the foregoing act: ,in,each.case* be of the Boston MarinoSocicty! to whom
our
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more the bond of the master, required,by tlicj of Marino Signals Telegraphic
permanentruleoaclion. system
than the following exposition, 'vlucli i.o1l'er.cd as The a formal recognition( first section thereof, be allowed to' be Flag. was referred, feaving carefully l exam.

in lieu of a more detailed political creed. on! (he face of'the Charter 'I lined the\ Signals, and expetiehefed'lircir<<, uti-
Fret Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous as mirth nsit" I am, respectfully, lity'at sea, recommend, same to nautical
of aV enlightened policy-as a privilege i- sarily from the formation of a C Your obedient servant Brethren, as being'more :extensive f and ca-
of the people which impartial justice S. P. INGHAM,
tweenindependent sovereigns Bier distinguisbed.than'Yany': Signals they
requires from the rulers of every country common umpire. As a feature Secretary of the 'Tr hury, have and as right, whicb,in ours, is guaranteed ical system, it is of course a To the Collector of the Custom feel confident lhat very.one; who.will give
.by the Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary, .right. Formed for Circular to Collectors of the Customs., them;fair 'trial;:will be 'cbnlrlCed'ttat!
venerated instrument withheld from the tion of a minority ,from the TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) they are'very useful! and valtrAbte'ipTeations.
F.ederal agents the power to protect manufactures the Federal authorities tb m 1\Ia114, JJ3J. f The Commlttcehavang also examined the
by restrictive duties ; it has been from the usurpation of a Sin : It has been ascertained that the,de- mctliod using theSignalsin this Harbor,
usurped br a. perversion, of the revenue through the subserviency of those currencies of foreign countries arc fully satisfied that any information that

power, and its ,exercise, involving sectional the Constitution itself needed a been variously estimated. the diffe may be required, may be coi1 ian 1icatcd if
oppression for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection Custom Houses of;Uhe United States, receiver!. from any,vessel (usirrg)thc Signals
Ia,3 necessarily; ,produced! a sectional exasperation placed in cither of the parties partly, to defective information as approaching the Light'-Housc, with tin

which endangers the,permanency it was pr/ovidcd,1 a shield. Th the true specie value of such currencies, greatest ease,. ,correctness and ,despatch
that the injured
of-thc Union. It is impossible Court being ono of the'Federal partly to an erroneous practice of com and.tbattheir.inerits'jiccd.enly;: to.befully
parlies can tolerate legislation so man- not, therefore, entrusted wit'u their value according to .time' rates of ,'hngwn'td,, be duly apnrccidtcd.
..ieUynnlu and unequal!, in its operation.Without guardianship. Nor:,could he with England, and, reducing'the .' 'SAMUEL'Mi, HOLLAND
first proving, which is, impossible, majority-the ballot box- value of depreciated currency ,President Sf the'CoinmiU c 'Or the
that\ the beriffitiof the protection are equally sidered as the safeguard money of the United Slates without : .. Boston Marine SocietySec'y.
apportioned,all,tho States-it is a'gross minority can exert no ard to the difference between the legal TriorrASENGr.i'f: :, -

absurdity to contend that the burdens' of presentation a sectional the true values of sterling money in,U. ,_.
the Tariff press equally.upon all. If;then, of representatives To avoid such discrep- ;
responsibility currency. fa Shipmasters,and,Qteneri of Vcsssels.Theextensive .
it,be a ,tax on consumption exclusively, as their fidelity to their and errorsin future, the President
it? defenitell,vaanly,argue, its operation is ents and the representatives of that whenever invoices are made : adoption of::;tlM5 Marine
unequal, anait becomes no i :re<< riphic flags, by. Vessels of all,descriptions
glaringly not.
yet ) .can effect nothing against the ut in a currency the value,of which is
free people to "Iubmit to its unauthorised 'interest which tbe by tho laws of the U. States;you will throughput the Union,has rendered
exactions. Much less is it to be,toleratcd, the it expedient to establish Agenciesin va
jority be compelled by from importer a certificate from
'when it i. evident that we pro not only.arbitrarily ents to may enforce in utter United States' Consul, if there, be one,* rious Seaports, ;'where;Registry Offices are
j taxed as consumers, but that tho Charter., The principle, the place of exportation,of the tnie value kept for the'purpoae'VfCentering 'Vesselsand
inevitable result of, the protective system is furnishing sets of Flags',Signal'Dooks
flating-that the Constitution f such currency in Spanish or United States,
the.ultimate of tile Southern producerin cretion of a majority and dollars, and charge the ad valorem and d ig atiog'numbera. <"-....
tie prostration of our agricultural interest. surrendered to their wisdom according tauch value; or, in the Ship Masters on their return from Scaarc

,' Besides, except In\he,'rar I of such evidence, that you will as- requested send_thcirSrgnal; \,Boojis 1o cither
There is no solidity in the objection to actions' the two houses'of said value from the prices current, of the undermentioned Agents,too have
our !es\starice.ta\ : t others; are blindly submitting frame of government no where such other anthentic sources of informa- inserted thereinit all the iicvvcntricsjof dcsij'natinff
.to "'the evils, which are overwhelming the consolidating that the : as may be within your reach, & charge ninnlicra 'w|,|ch IDa} Have occiirrcJ,
them in ''common with Ourselves. jority shall govern. The I ad valorem duties accordingly. You during their absence. and_are portiailarly
Tliis delinquency ii not, bur:justification., If dcsired.toslrtjw their designatipg'/iuinbcrs
elected by a minority the U give public notice of the directions
we are awake tot the dangers and degrada- jority of Senators representing I contained as to the consular certifi when;entering or'departingi from the Port,

rl tioQ of cur situation'itbehovesnsto leave aggregate of wlose population i ate ; and that uniformity may be hereafter of PnrtlandjTThostonNevYork; } ,.Baltimore
: nq ctTor ;, nlried until we shall have repelled Charleston and SandKey By conforming
rity of the whole people, may at all the Custom Houses.you *
," the.invasion, our liberties.The Evening sure nn:1Dimousl1p1Ssed, by the to this Department,once, month, I ta, this:paVticiilar, ticir| Vessels '1nt ?e, rcportc41by.the -
of
resistance
exhort to
Post"will, therefore, live of the people in the other statement of the rates at which the cur ; Telegraph.AGENTS.
? tie Tariff, as the most prominent" enormity vice versa, a bar majority in aforesaid are thus estimated,at each .. .
of that "American System, which has been House may,reject measure port from whence goods are imported and i f LEMt1ELMoo, "!j '
built, up on the ruins of the Free System "nanimou,-volcecf the (! in such currencies. In all cases of Obi'enatOfy.-Portlani!.
bequeathed us by;our fathers;and which, if The 183J.'f 1 Jlt' ':jbHwR.SPjtRKitn,
the States in the Senate- as to the value of such currency, you '
..-, established as tbe'ull1 policy of the coun- single individual nay put his apply to the Tieasury Department for ; t f 1 ;. b ::O ietntDr ;Roston.T .
try, must, in the end, cither sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; I am, respectfully, your obe '" JorrimcGfLEZt.
-.. of Union, or mel'fdovn and consolidate the ges of the Supreme Court, servant, S. D. INGHAM, Telegraph at thel3atcry;-e\v-York-
ono'limitless irresponsible
State Sovereignties into \ \- THOMASNEILSON
not by election but by Secretary of the Treasury. ,
despotism. The Evening Post set aside 'the concurrent .. Exchange, Baltimore.
will oppose'' Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House! Senate, and President. OFFICIAL CIRCULAR JAMES M. Er.roRn,
as an engine; of favoritism, er to protect the NAVY DEPARTMENT: l : ', Charleston..
as a source of sectiouaVrobbery, a'J creating have been rationally intrusted Sept.. 26, 1831. S THOMAS" U. Tm'i

a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger Sm-tn consequence of recent occur .... ,, Key-West'
tnat.ioli-il.will: oppose the rcchartcring was apprehended. It would in the service, your attention is invited -
'. ofthe, ,United States' Bank, as manifestly deed, committing! i the keys of ; to two subjects,where the laws now regulate SOUTHERN REVI W.
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence the safe-keeping of those; the rights and power of all concerned THE subscriber begs leave'to Inform the 1
of a dangerous' power; and it tvill suggested the propriety of ; but where there is still vested in officers public that he I has undertaken, for the next
the project d 1is p lilion of the Surplus discretion, in the exercise of which it
oppose er was wisely left with the three years tp publish Jhc Ot1.1UF.Il1'f Ri>
Revenue, asa scheme of barefaced, I be desirable to them to know distinctlythe
Soyereijtritie..and thus not may VIEW, and to look for his remuneration en-
wholesale ,bribery, which, if adopted, will provided a UeSnitc rule of wishes of the President and of this De tirely to the present and future subscription

give to oppression, a duration co-existant Federal Government,but a po partment.One list of $5. As thfs sorreeluas hitherto bern

with that of our government.A inoperative, that is nullify, of those subjects, and our wishes upon inadequate to defray this expense.,'hebegs
zealous and jllliciouuttachment to tho rised and irregimlar ctlon. it are, that when any portion of the Navy leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of
Union, prescribes the present\ the proper So far 'as'a congeniality of furnishes relief American vessels, those who think the Review-worthj of public -
crisis for making( a determined and uncompromising ist, in relation to these whether wrecked or otherwise in distress, support. "*
stand for the Constitution,before ning Post is pledged to the -to yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber associated John B.:Irving
the jarring interests of different in sections and Free Trade Party;" and be, and long has been one great object of ,Esq. with him in the publication of the
aTe organised against each other irrecqn- of measures, to be, efficient, its gallant exertions, no compensation of Review, who will conduct the correspondence -
_- cilablo conflict-before, blinded by their the support of men. its humble any kind should either be asked or received. establish agencies,.collect 'nno.receive
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed to extend The other subject, and our wishes uponit subscriptions and attend ball the
shall regard as undoubted,right their undue al influence and promote the are, that till Congress deem it proper to business transactions! of the Review,ezceptiog -
l\vmtages-beoro they shall resolve to vancement of those statesmen, alter the existing laws concerning punishments the typographical department.The .
maintain ataH hazards the"tyrannous! principle themselves to the good cause," in the Navy, and whenever se laws 'subscriber has the satisfaction also
that "public opinion, or tic will of a tified with the Value of the allow a discretion in the choice of punish- to announce that Hugh S.: Legate Esq (to
maJor| ty, na power above the Constitution; liberty and honor of South ments, the first resort, in the case of offences whom the Review has hitherto )owed fit) I
and before the victim sovereignties in mino- warm co-operation with these by seamen, is recommended to be always much) has consented to be'associated' with I

rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless tho barrassed by a personal pledge had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the literary I
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall didate for the Presidency, or and other mild corrections, rather department of this journal.. .:
rise in ,desperation, and abolish a frame of office.In than to the humiliating practice of whip- The subscribers who, r.till in arrears

government tea much shattered to be recog.. maintaining its ground pin;' and that never on the same day, by will be pleased to make payment to J. B.
n'ued as thai for which they originally stipulated flicts of party, it will be the punishing under an officer's own authority, Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will
and which inveterate sectional hatrcd ning Post to'preserve the two offences at once, should the stripes, limited pay their subscriptions likewise to. him, asbe
.u shall then. render it impossible! ever Press, by courtesy and 'm<< by law, be exceeded in number; or is alone authorized to receive them. ., '"-
again to re-compose and re.edlr,. The South the belief that the legitimate be inflicted otherwise than in the presence A.E. MILLER,
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, and under the
satisfied with but paper discussion are best sanction of the commandingofficer No 4 Broad street, Charleston
will 4be, nothing equality j ness without violence, and of the vessel or station.
and it cannot be denied that by the Consti- temperance. With the And that, in the case of offences by officer NOTICE. -

tutiop, even if strictly observed, tho slaveholding acts of opponents, it will exe *, which it is hoped their well known undersigned having re-establisheo
at decided disadvantage THE
.States Once are placed for the of dealing freely-but it is high sense of duty and honor will prevent at Key West, as a COMMISSION -
leagued resumptionof
iubmit part of iti.career will ever from becomin. frequent, a system more re- MERCHANT AND ,GENERAL
rights, they will,taxation no calculated longer to to a picion of'its even partial medial should be adopted, by sentencing to AGENT, offers his services to hi, friends
system of indirect famous maxim that all is fair a reduction of rank and '
to the extent and inequality pay, or to a suspension and the public generally. -.. > ."
blind the people
and will demand The domestic concerns of our from promotion rather than to suspension F, A. BRt WNI7.
their burdens- they will be carefully watched, from active service, as persons, unfortunately '
April 20 1831He
for their laboring class a representation fully .
advocated which shall guilty of misbehaviour need
of Urn laboring classes of the appear any offers for sale at liis.Ware'.House/ *
that '
equal to. ted for her pro'perlt't.ue. most the constant discipline of active service ,"
30,000 feet White '
The .required concessions Pine Boards
other States ;
; cal and when therefrom "
government suspended are f '
s'ed those whom 10,000 first quality Bricks .t
will be certainly by by >Vhile"the Evening Post left without employment under j
greater ,
..
15 bbls Baltimore J "
estimated Beef
the Union is regarded but as a bargain and prime *
to the promulgation of the temptations opportunities for injurious
of 36 da Bread. i i--l.! .
by A calculation pecuniary profit forth in this it will indulgences. Navy > 'ar.
and loss, and the Federal bond,will. be sun lectful of the prospectus practical details LEVI WOODDURY. JO' bags prime Coffee. "- IL':
dered-and forever. The advocacy of State IV.
and Trade, two branches of KEY WEST I
Rights U, therefore the only faithful' advocacy must be most beneficially ORDER-NO. 16. SEGAR 1VIANUPACTORY
of Union. ,
success of its doctrines. HEAD QUARTERS
with firm conviction of this Important will be made t.. perfect the OF THE ARMY. W. WALL takes this opportunity of
'
truth,"the Evening Post will cO tend for connected with commercial : ADJUTANT Ga mEasr's: Orricc, informing the Public, that he has established
the Union." For Washington, May: 6tb,, 1831.
.Liberty- Constitution- and our merchants and A 8EOAB MANCFACTOKT at Key West
liberty first, as ,the first of national' bles- the readiest attention to alltb hating be reported to the War Department He imports for this tie ttf1Ibe81
purpose,
',iogi i Jar the Constitution which ecuin'itroJ1'dolQeltio tbe warmest gratitude for all that,contrary to the provisions Tobacco from Havana : : ,
( usurpation i and for the. Union of, the act, entitled "_Aq act to regu- ,
which! strengthens it against foreign aggresuoi TCRMl late trade and intercourse with tho Indian Segara of the Lest quality, aidorevery

'. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per Tribes, and to preserve peace on the frontiers description may be hail.at::his eslablishrpenl
the compact a the Union must become a Uni- paper, three times a week, $5. ," approved March tbe 30th, 1802, several OCr: All orders in:iho above1 lino.>iU
on withOut Liberty, and'the uncertain dan Advertisements inserted at white persons,with the intention thereto meet the earliest attention.s '***

;:fir of,f ubjujratioa (rom abroad is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, settle themselves, have entered into the. March 1 Ea J ...?*r