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 29, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOL. I. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 39, ..1032 .....i'. ... ", O.,420.:,
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u -=_ ","",= ._ _. warble forth each song; shall l ho tho d r ;tyur'tlte Mayor' of said city i moro sober: Influences; of"lrulH and r85011,1'lossessihg

GAZETTE. And many a shining insect camel and manya to'brder nn election for Mayor and Alder- a rich. and generous,soil, a

THE bird; whose note, uicn)_t least ten diys p'rcviouJto time climate uniformly soft and,mild, and an atmosphere
EDITED BTR. Of morning vigor, nought could<< tame, on hoTfirtbeforo prescribed>> fot their nHnual election -

.B. ,.STROBEL. !And published on every, Wednesday\ by When mbbh-btamS Ihro' our! forms come at, evd:(tide, the icy neglect to order and advrjrtiSC said election, under tho moat ,disadvantageous circumstances

TJOI.\ N. JEFFREYS.TEUMS Abd fairy sliapei are seen to glide,"when hu-I it'shall t he the! \duty of thb clck'bf said incorporation'to has proved to bo ns healthful as

in 'man sounds are dumb, 'Jo coj; and if.rthe clerk its others in a similar latitude( Key West pro
-$5. per annum-.payable, too fine fuse to do it shall and may
advance. Singing those mournful madrigals, or neglect so, set strong inducements to many of! those,
. iftsertcjd ,'dollar ,for mortal Advertisements square for the. first inseftfo'n at}one,anti fifty Idt which, at whispering intervals, it was. may be entitled to'void fur a Mayor and who apart from business are only,desirous
cents per for ee'ry'Yucceedlhj timtf,:till ordered our lot to hear. Aldermen of said city to assemble at any of obtaining n pleasant place of abode, but

to be stopped\ 7- ,.. "Mine was the fate to see them bloom, in convenient place in'siiid city, ami appoint more particularly us a winter residence for
...... ,
.-L: :.. fellowship and pride- judges to conduct said election; and lie) invalids But when wo como to considerthe
Mine was the eye, beheld their tomb- may then proceed to elect a Mayor tlhd six
'POETRY.J. would, with them, I had died! Aldermen, who shall be 8'wbrli ,intb tfliroby superiority of its harbour over all o'h- :
'. -' For, not a bird now comes to make his any Judge or Justiceof! the Peace in tho era in tho Gulf of Mexico, its central position ;:
THE LOST! PLEIAD.ur shelter in boughs,
And gentle lovers my now forsake the spot that county; after which, the Maybr and Alder as regards many bf the most important -

w. ottMbkE. ttMMs, -Jit... heard their \0"11- men so elected,shall immediately enter cities of the Union,' its being within a

N'otintflc'sky, "< '. The roving Zephyrs too, that came, with on tho duties to be |performed by them. lll.1 fair hours sail of the ports of liuxonq Ma--
Where i\ Was seen-, ," : roseat breath and bloom, Sec 7. hell further enacted, That
Nor',* *on the .white' tops'of glistening: Now scorch me with a blast of flame, or Major and' Aldermen of said city;,"shall) tanzas, St. Juan dc los Kcmcdios, Maricl,
"wave-? \ '? ..' chill jne o'er.with gloom; have 'power and authority to prevent and Bahal Honda find Cabapos, I1'110'\ Island of
Nor -tbe'niansi9n oflie. !hidden deep- And sad I watch, in lonesomeness. the dark I
However,greet),' ".. r. ground bleak and bare, remove nuisances, to restrain and prohibit Cuba, having an aggregate population of
In its enamell'd caves of mysterJ't Or, strew'd with shapes I love not less, than all soils of gaming, to establish and regulate mor c haft; OQOOQ'soul, dependent almostentirely ,]
Shall the bright watcher have ', when they comrades were. markets, the safe keeping \vcights whenwe
cOli'llnbrcc for
A p.lace-nor once again proud station keep!_ and measures", to "legulate streets, squares; Upon. support; ,-
"0M soon shall come the darker hours, and look its proximity the of
at to
license' we Bay
and fences in said to
Gone i city; weigh-
gone .,. t1.i t shall l he with them, '
01! never more,'to cheer : :. S;,. 7 The green-eyed leaves,the rose-lipped flow. ers, to regulate and appoint patrols, to pun- du'rns. the rich' Provinces of Yucatan ana
The mariner;who} holds his course alone; ers, long shaken from each IItemL ish vagabonds,to erect and keep up wharves, Tnlmscoj the cities of/'Sisal' Campeachy

On the Atlantic, thro' the weary night, st night, a Tempest shook around, the to appoint] pilots and regulate pilotage in. Alvarndo Tnmpico and Vera Cnf --all of
When the turn to watchers, and do ,
waves branches o'er my head* to the I harbour of said city and the;entrances -
slecp- And whirPd my brethren from the ground, into the same; regulatd. the anchorage which, honi the nature of things, must

Shall it appear that long since had been dead- aud mooring of vt&se'S' in said harbour( carry nn an extensive cotnmcico with the
fixedness of Certain
With the sweet light,-
And wcll-I knew, the boding came, to warn
Shiningupon the shut'eyeof the blue deep! mo to prepare, to tax nnd licenSd billiard tables; to tax United States;-we think there is ,no,(J II-

01! when! the shepherd!on Chaldea's pills A fellowship with ,them to claim, beyond (All\ :and license hawkers, pedlars and transient cr place which presents to tho merchant fa.,
*, : : changes here, traders, to tax retailers of dry goods and
Watching his flocks; i cilitics and inducements equal to this. .,
Looks forth, in vain for thy first light to And alt the streams of life withdraw, and groceries, commission merchants, and auctioneers f }
come, ': : colder I become, y- ; to tax free negroes,mulattoes] and But it may bo asked, /if r-uch are thu great

Warning'him home- No breeze shall woo, no sun shall thaw slaves-provided the tax on slaves shall not advantages of Key West, why liavc they

Ifrom his deep $le Sp, among the fcky-kiss'J andnown-tlle leaf was dumb! exceed ho Territorial lax on them; they l hewn so long neglected, and wby aro _they,
rock I That shook the wood the shall have to lax all im-
night, a Tempest power levy a on
Itow shall hiS Wake, when dewy silence'fills now overlooked by those! most interested( in
muttering was dread, proved real estate within said city, of not
The scene. ; (o wonder at the weight of night, And he, who heard that last leaf sing well more than one half of one |>crccntnm upon suclrmatters Tho answer is plain nnd,
Without the one Istrong beam,'whose blessed knew that it dead
was -
its Valnc and ono half of one perccn- obvious; a prejudice founded iri error and
,. ; light, : Yet, came he at the morning's dawn, and -
As to the wandering child, his native rills, stood beneath the tree, tum.on all unimproved lots within said city, misconception; has continued operate

....Was natural to his sight! -..- ._ And look'd, in vain, for it was gone, that latest which unimproved lots shall bo valued altwcntym.o against a elopement or* its resourced,
leaf to dbllars acre, and said taxed
Vain, vaio!! in bird intervals real estate shall be assessed such and strange! as it ,may appear, it would
the there
O! less than vain, shall ho look forth.- But tree was ,at on by per
The sailor from.his. barque'n that sung, ..sl, 'n or persons and in such manner as the seem as if that prejudice had i>ccn carried
(Ilowe'cr tLo Iforth, '\ And mournful, were the notes lie heard, :Mayor nnd Aldermen bf said city hall into out Legislative Halls ,and I Tnto theCouncils ,
t>oth raise his certain. lamp,'when tempests from that strange warbler's tongue, dec-m most proper. They shall also have Nation'' One acttofCongrgss -
0.r-lio| ; ,
lower And much he mused upon the strain,in after '
) and authority to enforce all laws of
seasons long-. power alone I has been wanting to to tMspllco'tho
To catch the )li*b't of the lost star aga.in- and of their give
The The leaf shall meet its race again,' the Territory, own body regulations
weary hour the of vessels and for \ important consideration in commercial -
burden of that quarranline ,
To him shah be ,ivlien the dark song
weary of the health of said rations which it is cniiilod
Displays hot the} lost planet.on her tower. L preservation city. oJ to ;
They shall have power to nppoint a health efforts
AN ACT | but to procure that act, although
And lone .
officer and such other officers as they
Where its first splendor sloxte-, To incorporate the City of Key West. think to into effect their may made year after year, and although they
Shall be that pleasant company of stars:- necessary carry have had every thing in their favor which'
Bo it enacted by the Governor and Legislative laws and ordinancesand generally to
How should know that death,
The happy glory of the,immortal, mars, Council of the Territory oi .Florida fur the interior police and good government justice and expedience could suggest, halo
When like the Earth, 'and all 'its common That all the free white male inhabitants of said city. at all times encountered ,the blighting iriflu.ence .

breath, of that part of the Island of Key Sec. 8. Bo it further enacted, That so of that feeling ",hicla'Jlas'so long
Extinguish'd<< are the pure beams of the sky, West comprehended within |ho limits prescribed ,much of the said city as is now used und oppressed
Fallen from on highAnd = the of said town us. The act to which we allude,
by plan now on occupied by the United States fur the erection
their concerted springs of harmony file in the ,Clerk's office in the county of' of Barracks and for other purposes, is as !being essential to the prosperity of

Snapt rudely.and pleasant\ music, gone.A Monroe, be and they are hereby constituted hereby declared to be without tho jurisdiction this Island,iaonoauthoriamg foreign goods -

strain-a mellow. strain, a body politic and corporate by the of said corporation,and not subject to brought coastwise, to bo rc9hipj>cd henceto
Of parting music, fill'd the earth( and sky- name and style of the City of Key West
; of the laws and ordinances made for
The stars lamenting, in unborrowcd pain, nnd by their corporate name may sue and be any the of the foreign: ports, with the privilege of
'That ono of the seBectetet one's die government same. '
The brightest HriorVtratn! must sued, plead and l h e implcd'dett", grant and Sec. 9. lie it further enacted, That all drawlack right which' is enjoyed af

Alas! it is the tP6sHn/ '" receive donations,and do all other acts us laws and ordinances of Said city shall he many port in the Union, Icssimporrai1in

The dearcst'Ilopfe' is that which first is lost, natural persona, and may purchase nnd posted up at three or more ot the most every.particular than.this! Arid why is it,
The tenderest.fF 'wer' 'is"''sx nest nipt by hold personal, real or mixed property, and public places i in Said city at least three that privileges\ BO freely granted to,other,
frost- dispose| of the sumc for the benefit of the daya before they shall take effect.Sec. .
Are not the shoi -liveI, trioribvetjrG\ Lie said city, and may have and use a corpo- J() Be it furtht-rcl1actcd; That tile arc Withheld from us? 'Is ,it bccaufeb' frauds'

And like the wandering orb'that}leaves rate Seal, which may be broken or alteredat Mayor of Said city shall have and exerciseall upon the,rcycnue are suspected and feared i1
Look they,not brightest, when about to fly, pleasure.Sec. the powers t f Justice of tho Peace If so, why such auspicious? Have wo not
The_ desolate spot they blest 2. Be it further enacted, That the within Raid City, and shall be entitled to competent officers of t'fie Customs' to guard

, .- government of the said city shall be vestedin receive,the same fees in all cases which.ho tho from : ? And havowe
revenue imposition
THE LAST. LEAF. a person lobe called Mayor, and in aBoard may be called upon to determine. .
|iV THE SAME7'. of six Aldermen, to be elected in Sec. J J. And be it further enacted, That not a Court tu punish violators of tho

It was the last of all the leaves,that Spring the mnnner, and by the persons, and at the the act entitled"An apt to incorporate tho law? What safeguards, greater t than those'

in rich array, time hgreinaflerdirectcd.' Town of Key West," passed tho Cth of possessed by us arc found elsewhere? We

Had sent,in plenitude of power, to woo his Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That} alt Nov. 1828, be and time same is hereby repealed know of none, and can imagine none-.w
young bride*, M4y- the free white malo (Arsons, over the ago of and that this act shill! bo in force
When the Sun, at morning rose' and shone, twenty-one years, who shall have resided from the first day of April next. even that protection! from imposition! and
without a single Cloud, within the limits of the said city, twelve .. fraud, which grows outoi. the moral sense
And. the pale cold Moon, at night, alonenlk'd months the of election and -- -
and previous to day of a community, will be found as eilbctive
\ conscious ) proud; THE GAZKTTI3
who shall be citizens of I ho United States
It. hung upon a pleaslrtt tree, that now, was shall have 'beret as at other places. May) \vc not 1tl l1.ngan .
a right to vote for a Mayor and
and bare
stripped KEY WEST ,
: ask is
six Aldermen and that such election shall ) why Q place; ,so advantageously -
And it-of all its family, the last, and sad ;
dest there- l he held on the first Monday in April, in WEDNESDAY, FEB. SO! 1032. Situated'for qll objeCtf'of domestic and

Thus sung it, in a mournful tone, ,while each and every year, it such place as said .:--- --"o _. "Tt'ign| !',commerce, deprived o'f'am'act no 01-
winds were sighing by, incorporation appoint, and the votes We have on several occasions attemptedto sential
to the existence of;that commerce?
And, the cold, November nights down
came shall be given-by ballot.
commercial world
'nealh a bleak and wintry sky Sec. 4. Be It further enacted, That the present which to the ad'* Wo, feat the I _. answer: !has already been given( ,

"I am the last of all my race....I're seen my Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall vantages we think must eventiuiliy but wo yet hope, that the .prejudices" ofa

brethren fade- meet at such times, and at such places, result from the local position an! situation few no matter how Torrnoo,8nd no matter -
The bright ones, I no longer trace, that of this Island and
within the limits of said corpora'ion as ; wo agsm that how.
once these boughs array'd- My, I how elevated tho.individuala who enter,
There was a spirit in the air .upon the gen they may think proper, and their meetings ever much sty nospecm may be 'clouded, tarn them may stand, will not bo ablo much
tle morn, shall he public; and the !Mayor and not and its 'rcsourc.t.trammelled
When I, and all my brethren there, in dewy less: than three Aldermen shall be necessary by prejudices longer to cast a gloom over our prospects( ,

green were horn, to form a quorum for the transaction of arising: fiom personal and other considerations or to deprive us of that' jiulice, which we

That shook from its fragrant wings around. tilllight business. wo feel ourselves still bound. .to reit believe a large, nay a very large majority

f lream'd o'er the every green bough and mantled, ground, Sec.' 5, Be it further enacted, That if terate the firm conviction of our mind, thatit of our lawmakers are
that is so lonely nownd -* the Mayor or any Alderman of said city destined to become a place of much to every jtortion of the,Union '

., tn\ine.rla'f",and summer birds. commingling shall I ho absent more than two months, the importance. Nature has done fir it every rash>. '

JlTM the sky, T/' seat of such Mayor or Alderman shall be thing that could reasonably )be desired, and Wednesday,the 22d inst.'beTng'tbq centennial
'Bo -=f ciaw, and deem ye cot, 'twas deemed to be vacated, and an election shall ,
cruel they should did I he ordered to fill such vacancy, and five although the art of those opposed to its Anniversary bf tbs Birtli'of Washington

hours days public notice thereof shall be given prosperity) retard ita advancement for was cflehratetT; with, considerable
"Theirs when, werejhe mocVer-inimiQi: sunny throng-they,y grew, (before the said election shall take place. the present, we know the effects of that art spirit. TJie American: '-Kusign' watt hoisted; ,

Dur green arld' nantling branches through, Sec. 0, Be it further enacted, That it must finally yield to the stronger. though upon all public buildings., the shipping i irX

vheir "vessel discovered aft ashore I adrift, descried and abandoned ort the high .
harbour diem Hags of various *ig on Notice
,n'Mf o'clock riJa Itccf. ?$: "hcJmmeIiat! _- sensVorcsaid ,twenty-three other like bale ,.
nation; Bffl2 a enlIt te.1or tl; of Cotton and enccccdcd !in bringing tho .

f'1: 13 gUM iva',tret byiIlll' jot''i/ascll'dc; / \m 'to IXIQifJv(tic sat' Brig' 'SthOoflel1'rmstlot to render Tier every iisars' tho farm into, the said Port -of Key West: TilE untlcrBi'gnfcu', concerned,he'rcbf that: from notifies and all ter

f'fY..P1 of U,B..Troora.' 'At.o'clock F,M. ''t3nc'O'in his 'Po\v r. That upon arriving Wherieiipoh' it is prayed that said cotton, the date hereof, ho will prosecute to ale after ut

n largo and respectable number of jiersonsaat alongside, iio I1Sccrhli cd.her to be,tho nakir.o in all 121 bales: condemned, and most extent of tho law, any and every tci-

down to on elegant dinner which had Brig Halcyon, of Boston, from Havana, n certain: number of shid bale decreed them i son who tray in any manner furnish Jir-fi'or

with a valuable cargo of sugar, coffee; &c. by way 'of fcalrago.: of any description whatever to anyone of
been provided for the occasion, at which of Mid Court for his stares or who shall% under
bound! to ,AnUvcip That he proceeded ,And whereas the Judge ; any pretext
good humour and ,cheerfulness prevailed." tho'request and desire of the &person Fn command I said District hath ordered and directed on hire or employ anyone of them cither, ,'

O.'}'lIara Esq.'presided, assisted by F. to render every assistance in his the 3d Monday in April next, for all persons: day or at West night.Feb. 15 I'1832.C. GREEN 21
Key ,
A.' Browns Esq. as Viccpresidenf. As power to relieve said Brig from her perilous concerned to be cited and intimated tonppear .. ,. --'--

soon as the cloth was removed, f;. Chandler !- situation. That l>y great exertions at the Court House at Key West,in said Dis-
and labor, assisted by the crews of the vessels trict, to show cause, if-orty they have, why Buher
Esq. (by appointment) rose,and alter a aforesaid, succeeded in discharging a Judgment should nol pass as prayed: You ;.

few appropriate! remarks,road Washington's Ilr portion of the cargo of said( Brig, and arc ,therefore'Jrtfrchy authorised, empowered HENRY tJODDARD: !informs the puh-
Farewell, Address. Wo have received tho' saving her from total destruction That ( 'and( strrcdy-crijoine<<1 :pCrcflH fily,to',cftcnfid lie has established himself at
J admonish aft whatsoever} }having Key West incite Bakery Business. Tlic
drank the occasion but owingto alter they succeeded as foresil d hi persons ,
toasts ,
upon gelling her afloat, it was found that she or pretending to have tny right, title, following articles, of the best quality can
crowd of other matter we are be had his establishment
the at
great always :
had received much, injury, and in tljte, situ- claim or interest in or to the said 121
compelled to defer their publication till ation she was brought by competent and bales cotton aforesaid, by all lawful fays, FRESH FAMILY LOAVES- ,

next week. skilful persons to the Port of Key-West, means and methods, whereby this Monition Every Morning;

-ct+o-- where she was sold by an order of Court, may be made most public nnd notorious, to FRESH PILOT ,BREAD

The new act, incorporating the City of and a part of tho proceeds of sale is now be and appear at the time and place aforesaid Constan ll'o.JaDdj! ;

Kpy West, will be found on our first page. in tho lands of the Marshal said Court, ,before the Judge aforesaid,and also Also" ,

\Vo obtained this from a friend,which and that they arc entitled, for their services to attend upon every session and sessionsto A variety Sweet Bread,:Cake,. &o. &c.
rendered as aforesaid, to a liberal compensation be held there and from thence until a (tTOrden h for any of the a.bove.articles
the believo was substantially passed by the by way of salvage; and the same is definitive sentence shall be read aDd pro- will be gratefully received and promptly

Legislative)Council. prayed accordingly. mulged in the said business inclusively; if -executed.

-..oo- And whereas the Judge of said ,Court I hem or any of them shall think it ihcir du- Key West Feb. 8, 1832. !53 tf

,Wo, }gave on our table a copy of lIr.J1 for said District hath ordered and directed ty so to do, to hear, abide by and performall U, S. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICE

yne's speech on tho modification of the on the 3d Monday in April next for all and singular such judicial acts as arc '
concerned to be cited and intimatedto and by law required to be done ,
Tariff in reply to Mr, Clay: It fully answers persons necessary ; corner of F,A.Browne's
the expectations which! wo had forma appear at the Court House at Key-West, and expedited in the premises, and further NORTHEAST up stairs.
in said District, to show cause, if any they to do and receive what unto law and justice Key West, Feb. 8, 1832. 23 tfBoag0
; Great as already is\lr.llayne's, reputation have, why judgment should not pass asprayed. shall appertain, tinder the pain of the law p--" ...

as a statesman and, an orator, wo You are therefore hereby authori- and contempt thereof the.absence or contumacy -

think this speech calculated to raise him empowered and ,strictly enjoined peremptorily of them arid every.of than in anywise

still higher in public estimation. It is to cite, and admonish all persons notwithstanding: And whatsoeveryou
whatsoever interested, by all lawful ways, shall do in the premises you shall duly
characterized by correct and liberal' views;, means and methods, whereby this Monition certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the

and J is, full of sound argument and deep recearch. may be made most public and notorious time and place aforesaid, together with ..

and at the time and place these presents.
;: to be appear HOWARD Jun. has
and Witness the Hon. JAMES WKHH Judge of MRS. removed
aforesaid ;
before the Judge ,
-o+C>04 I ( Callo de los Offictos to No.).
it'e learn by the Schr. Everglade, arrived also to attend upon every session and :sessions said Court for said District, this the 23th Calle'Obripia. I

from New River, that a considerable quan- to be held there and from thence un- clay of February. 1832. Havana. Jan. 1, 1832. Id tf.
til definitive sentence ,shall be read and JOEL YAISCEY, Clerk. -
Flour had drifted ashore in that vicinity a 1
tity or OS*THOSE who feel '
promulged in tho said business !inclusively, persons disposedto
within a short lime past, but very if tl'Ctn or any of them shall think it their THEREFORE,in pursuant of the Monition contribute towards the etcciiou of %
much damaged. u'Tjder the seal of the District Courtof CHURCH upon the Island, are informed
do hear abide and perform
duty so to ,to by that will
Subscriptions bo received by the
] tho United S latt'8 of America for the
all and singular such judicial acts as arc fallowing gentlemen, composing the Committee
ltl\RRIRI); necessary and by law requited to be done Southern Judicial Dispel of Florida, tome appointed for lll t'purpoJCt!

On the ,14lh imt. Captain William Barker and expedited in the premises; and further directed and delivered,I do Lc7uv give lIon. JAMES WEBB D. C. PINKHAM, W.

of New York, to !Miss Harriet Foot. to do and receive what unto law and justice public notice to all persons in any manner I it. WIHTEHKAD: TJ. M. STONE, Esqrs. Drs.

',-- shall! appertain,under the pain of the law interested therein, that they be and appear II S. WATECHOUSE:: and B.: B. STROREL.LIST' .

COMMERCIAL and contempt thereof, the absence or con- before the Court, to be holden in and for OF LETTERS
tumacy of them andcvery of them in any- the Mid District, at the Court House in '
wise notwithstanding} And whatsoever Key West on the third Monday in April Remaining In t"e'POI'Office at Key .
-.......;...: you shall do in the'premises, you shall duly next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that on the 1st Janvary, 1832r
.:IMPORTS.-Per Sclir. Consort, from certify unto tho Judge aforesaid, at the day; then and there to interpose their claims Alexander flair, Martin Brelhoffj;

Mobile, 53,500 feet lumber, and 10,000 time and place aforesaid, together with for the same, and to make their allegations- Samuel Bills, Wm. H. Burton, 5
shingles to F. A Browne. Per Schr. Lady these presents. in support thereof; i Donaldson Caffrey,. Florcncio Caldez,
ompkins, from Mobile, 52,000 feet of Witness tho lion. JAMES WKDB, Judge of t. M., STONE, Thomas Eastin, Wm. S. Elliot,
lumber! to F. A. Browpe; 9 bbl beef, 1 boxmerchandize our said Court for said District, this 28th .. V. S. Marslutl S. District. Charles 'Hawkins, 'Vnu'Cft Porter,
Casimiro Ruby, 2 RachaeIS: f,
8 casks cheese,2 casks chocolate -
I day of February 1832. Per THEODORE OWENS '
Etrstace Trenor Leonard Traaiif
,'1 box loaf sugar, &c. to order. Jlars1al.Key ,
Schr. Josefa JOEL YAJVCEY, Clerk. Dept Charle II. Webb.
EXPORTS.r-Per for Havana -
300 quintals salt Gil., 4,000 fish roes ..... West, Feb. 281 h, 1832. II., Sr WATERHOUSE, P. M,
by master. THEREFORE know yp, to all whom it ---- --- -- Key West,Jan. 18, 1832. 20 tf.

may concern, that in pursuance of the a- For Sale
---'-' -
hove Monition from under the seal of the ,
District Court of the United States: of Smacks DREAD Proposals5TILJJ
Fishing ,
INTELLIGENCE. ., America, t for the Southern District of TlIE AMERICAN, andNORTH -
Florida, to me directed and delivered, I AMERICA, For terms and received by tlc subscriber
PORT OF KEY WEST. all until the first day of March next,
do hereby give public notice to per-
particulars apply to for building a StonC'Ja l in the town of Key
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST sons in any manner Interested therein, that JOSEPH COTTRELL & Co. West with a:; Brick Cistern attached thereto -

Feb. 23. Schr. Delta, Hoyt,New York, they be and appear! before tho Court to bo Key Wesl, 2d Feb. i832. 25. 2i ,in accordance with an Act of the Legislature
sundries to U.B. Quarter Master. ho'dcn! in and for the'said District at the of Florida passed the last session. A

"sloop Eden, Braman, Reef, cotton to Court House in Key West, on the 3d Monday plan of the proposed building may be seen
master. 26. SeLf Florida, Rooke, Reef, in April next, at ten o'clock in the Notice by applying to either of the undersigned.L. .
ballast: to F. A. Browne.. 27. Schr. Consort forenoon of that day; then and thereto M. STONE;

.adieu, (rom Mobile, lumber to F. A. interpose their claims for the same,and ALL persons indebted to the late Firm W. A.WHITEHEAD;
Browne., Brig Pearl, Wilkins, New York, to make their allegations in support thereof.L. COTTRELL & FITCH, are re- Commissioners.
merchandise to master. Sloop Alert, Fisb, M. STONE, quested to make payment on or before the Key-West, Dec. 21,,1831. 17 ,If
Havana 'to master. Sloop Mary Ellen, 15th March next. Accounts not liquidatedat "
U. S. Marshal S. District. ; IIKNKY K. NEWCOMJ1
Lester, Havana, to master. Sloop Mary that time will be put into the hands of
Ann Xjmenez, Havana, to master. 28. Per THEODORE OWENS, an Attorney for collection. WILL attend to any AGENCY. or
Schr- Lady Tompkins, Powell, Lumber to Dfft. MarsJial. Key West, 21il Feb. 1832. 25 2i i iFor' Business that may
P. A. Browne. 29. Schr. Everglade, Koy-WestFeb,28, 1832. be intrusted to him. Office and StoreRooms
Green, New River. .. in tlie' Warehouse FIELDINGA.

CLEARED. The United States of Arae Sale BROWNE Esq.
Key-West Nov. 16, 1831. 11 tf
'Feb. 24. Schr. Delta.'Hoyt, St. Marks, ,
by master. 25. Spanish,Schr. Josefa Y fines rica. t
Havana by P.J.'Fontaine. 27. Sloop BY wholesale or retail, 150. sets Knives
Alert Fish, Havana. Sloop Mary Ellen, SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF (wrought..
30 Doz. and Doublcbtaded
Lester, Havana. 28. Brig Pearl Wilkins, FLORIDA, ss. Single Pen SIIIP CARPENTERS
Franklin, by master. :9. Schr. Florida, Knives. inform their friends
Keen To the Marshal of the Superior Court for 18 Doz. Fine Steel Scis3orsv! RESPECTFULLY io general, that
Bchr. DanCed Webster, hence,arrived at amid DistrjctGreeting: 1 Doz. Superior :Uver Steel Razors; they will undertake to repair upon the shortest

New York 31st Jan. EDWARD CIIANDLEQ: Together with an extensive Articles Stock of Clothing notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats.Application .
York for this WHEREAS Fancy &c &c. be made at the Store of
Ncw may
Scbr. Francis,up at exhibited his libel for A. C. TI fl', & Co. '
P. J. Fontaine.
port, on IHh Feb. and on behalf oT Joseph Cottrell &. Co
PASSENGERS.Per. ALSO. lcy'Vest. Nov. 23, 1831. '
Agent,&c. for J.tmucllul1"Ou" and others,
.Schr. Consort, from Mobile, J. W. Just received' from New*York, -
:ating, alleging propounding, on
Simonton,Esq. In Lady Tompkius, (rom
Pensacola, Mr. Stone of Louisiana, Dr. FriUu v. the' third day of the-present month, Gentlemen's Fino Boots, Cloth & Leather I HAVING taken the Store recently oc-

Peck, Mr. Simpson,and Mr. S. Peck, of said: Burrows commanding tho Sloop Fair CAPS. by Porter & Staaard, in tbe-
Now York. In Scki. Josefa for Havana, American, and George'Wood, master Key West, Feb. 15, 1832. 24 ?i. North East end of F. A. Browne WareHouse

Mr. P. J. Fontaine. of the Sloop( called the Tickler,while! pursuing Oij-N.= B. The subscriber' will supply offer for sale on accommodating
.. 4 ___ their accustomed business their vessels with FRESH PILOT BREAD from terms, a general assortment of
the Bake
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. said vessels,they discovered adrift and -abandoned DRY GOODS, .

on the high, seas, about fifty house.ALSO GROCERIES and

The United States of Ame- miles more or less from Key West, a large SHIP CHANDLERY.

., quantity of Cotton in bales. That tho GEORGE E, WEAVER CO.

n. rica. said Burrow and Woodward at considerable QrJ: UST RECEIVED from -York.tO: I Key West. April 20,1831Loggerhead ...

SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF risk and by great exertion and labour A quantity of M i Turtle Shell.
for tho spaco of five days or thereabouts, FRESH GOSHEN BUTTER
I" FLORIDA succeeded in saving about ninetyeightbales ALSO THE subscribers will give a fair price

of said cotton,and bringing the same LARD, Cheese, Onions, Smoked Beef 500 Ibs. of the above article.
To the Marshal the Superior Cot,'" of GEORGE E. WEAVER t CO.
of into tho Port of Key West; and it is fur- Sounds and Tongues Herring, Codfishand Key West, June 8

aid District Greeting: her alleged, that since the said third day cf Potatoes, together with several Barrels :, .

PI.VK- the present month, the said Lemuel Burrows ofSUPERFINE
WHEREAS,. has exhibited hit Li. and David Cold, John Guiger Temple FLOUR. BLA.NKSAND !
Pent, Oliver Bramau, Nathan Burrows, Itcy West, Feb. 29, 1832. 2G MEDWARD
Let for and on behalf,pf Jacob Houseman\
---- -
and Amos C.'fif\&to.ia -
et al stating,alleging and propounding,that Sawyer, CII"NDLER.
boats and other vessels on divers and JOB PRINt"!' IN r.:
of October 1830 ATTORNEY
on the 8th day Or THE UNITED STATES sou rt.
Houseman, then, in tho command of the sundry days and time, in manner and with SUN tllSTKICT Or FLORIDA.NO. OF ALL KIM

loop Sarah Isabella, a licensed wrecking all tbs dijjiculti aforefaiHj picked up 1. ARCADE, Ycatlti erctuted. at this OJitiro .

Sec. 0. Time Reef shall Lo considered bring within} the port or jiarbourvpf I : ; first uLrai ,

when the Li ht-lloiiso on Sand Key bears I West, any foreign passenger wh6ttby| i \ ). liable, per ,"' .,
either E. N;I:. or W. S.W. clandestinely departed from any ro way he im" '
Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot- place Dud 1\"hosbal1 not possess a ll ls,apd cargoes..,

United States, dated 16th age, bound from this Port, shall pay the or ether evidence of his having been :' [:t ,!inttl,. That
samo as vessels entering: but if said vesselshall inittcd to depart from thence,- -nrul : m, full forco
March, 1802.SECTION. choose to depart without a Pilot,they mitting him to land without permission : tlio: Council.
XIX. shall be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. ; obtained from the Town Council, ,
8. All vesselsexceptwreckingves- forfeit and raY,for each passenger so NO, 1 f.
Every person who shall procure or en- sels, smacks and vessels under charge of ctl, time sum of fifty dollars. / of Finance
tice a SOLDIER the United States to wreckers, entering or leaving this Port Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, President aNd
desert, or who shall purchase front any through the North West passage,and draw- any foreign i passenger landing withift Council of Key
Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or ing four feet water, or over, shall pay two Town of Key West, without tho passing of
Officer of any Ship or Vessel services; but if said vessel does not receive ; cil, or without having tho 'Ict from time
who shall enter on board such Shipor said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; passport or other evidence of his a Committee of
Vessel, as one of his Crew or otherwise if a Pilot docs not tender his service out- lowed freely to depart from the port

carry away any such Soldier, or I side the bar of the said North-West passage he came, (if any is usually granted at ordained That
.,_ shall refuse to deliver him upto the orders then he shall not claim pilotage or place. ,)shall lie liable to enter into said Committee, ,
of his Commanding Officer, shall, upon half pilotage.Sec. tho sum of $1OOO with good security bills or accounts
Legal conviction,;bo fined, at the discre- 9. When two or more Pilots shall be approved of by tho President of ) to examine
tion of any Court havign cognizance of tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to and; Marshal,
the came, in any sum not exceeding alongside shall be accepted, and if refused, part from the Island within such as to the state
Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received mny be deemed reasonable, or on
any term not exceeding om1 year." half pilotage. be committed lo jail, PINKHAM
-,:)+0-- Sec. 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo Sec. 6. Be it 'further: dtdained, PrcVt 7, C.
Extracto de un Ley do Los or more vessels, it shall bo his duty to the several fines and penalties herein UIlOUSE,
Estados Unidos con fe- visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of acted, may be recovered before the Clerk.
distress be exhibited on one more remote: dent of the Town Council or any J
clia, del 16 'de Marzo, i and any Pilot! failing to comply with this of the Peace. ,
1802. provision shall forfeit his Branch. -- Agency for
q Sec 11. Any Pilot charged before the ORDENANZA--No. 0. New York
hereby given to
SECCION XIX Town Council,hf incapacity negligence, Arreglando, la, introduction, dc concern, having
shall, upon Conviction, bo deprived of his fos, Kstrangcroa, en el Pueblo dc &e. payable
.1, Persona nlguna quien procura o1 us- Branch. this Agency has
'isti el heir de algun SOLDADO do Les Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Hucso. auspices and
Estados Unidos, o' quiert compra do 81- by this Ordinance shall be recovered before For cuanto, varios criminalcs, individuals in
gun Soldado ,sus Armas, bestido de Uni- the President of the Town Council,al- cuentes contra las leycs del pais do | with
form! 0' qualesquera parse de cllu; y alb lowing to the parties, in all instances, an vinicron, han sido inlroducidos en principal ports
Capitain o' Oficial Mandando alguna appeal to the Council.Sec. Puerto, proccdentcs de otros in com-
Fragala o1 Barco quo sea,' o' quien se 13. When a l'ilotshall go on board y como la continuation do seine jantes United such$tatc valid;
cmbarca en; ella como Marincrp, o' de ofa vessel, ho shall exhibit his Branch, and tradas pucdcn ser atcndidas como dc thereto, will ho
qualesquera tnodo levy Conaijo algun shall also furnish the Master or Commander riosas consecucncins para la and promptly and
Soldado: o' quien deja de entregar cl of said vessel with a copy of this Ordinance a incnos quo medidas no scan :
diclio Soldado a la orden del Oficial ra rcrncdiarlas: legal proofs
Mandando, sera obligado a pagar una Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- Portanto ec ordcna por d '; time roquisito
mnlta 'S gun ladcscrccion de la Corte que tage aro'allowed : Micmlros del Cabildo, Que desdo taken and ac-
tenga conocimiento del mismo. en qua. Ou vessel drawing 5 feet, $7 00 mero del l rncs dc Novicmbro proximo of civil a Court magis of
lesqucra suma, no, siendo ariba de Trcs 6" 900 adelantc cl titan dc cualquicr a or notary pub
cientos'pesos o' puesto en la pricionpor 7 1000 cmrando do algun Puerto o lugar estr by the
un termino, no siendo ariba de un 8" 1200 ro a el de Cayo Ilueso, ha do in which
unu." u 0" 1360 al Escribierito del Cabildo cl numc\'O and legalized:
.. "' 10" 15 00 sngeros, no ciudadanos de los Estl1 Consul.
NOTICE. 11" 1660 ; nidoa, hi vccinos del Pueblo do Cayo a similar corres
cc 12 "' 1800 so; y ha de pagar al Tesorcro por States and
citizen who may apprehend a DE- claims for recov
ANY from the U. States'' Troops, c. 13 I960a sagero Un Peso. respectively, will
and deliver him over to an Officer of the 14 '. 2300 Sec. 2 El Capitan dc cualquicr n attended to, in
Army, will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN ct 15- 2700 fultamlo inanifcstar dentro de 24 horns well as Foreign
DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured. u. J 6" 3200 pues do la entrada dc dicho Buquc, ,
J. M. GLASSELL, tt '' 17" 3600 scr mu1t do y pagara ndcinas dc la of,funds ou
Major Commanding.Key a 4000 ante dicha por cada pasagero Cinco ,.or in the
West, April 27, 1831 3i u 18 Sec. 3. Ningun pasagero: in the United
10" 4500
"" OFFICE OP TilE 20 .'' 5000 algun Buquc ha dc ser pcrmitido with'o' &c.State's punctually' of New

BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE, 21 6500 barcar en cl Puerto do Cayo Hucsp,

And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the a ,22" GOOO que no haiga pu L1icamcn to, y Iibrc to this Agency,in
a 23" 6500 salido del lu ardo su procedencia, y of claims,
Association of Underwriters, Liverpool, K 4" 7000 en su poder pasaporte o otro $ of le.

NO. 3, rnONTSTHEETkOffice Sec. 15. \\'lacn a Pilot shall be detained cual como los que tlO conccdcn en cl be accompanied
hours from 9 A. u. to :3 o'clock r. M. on board any vessel after she has arriv- de su procedencia purmiticndolc su 'to defray the;

tf Key West,20th April, 1831. ed in tho harbour, at tire request of the Sec. 4. El Capitan do algun Buque ; letters must at be
Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo ( the :undersigned
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall entitled to demand and receive gun pasagero: que hayga ealido ( Court of the U
Three{ Dollars for every such day. Dente de algun lugar y quo no ppsea tho Agency, 49
the Town Council, pass Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porto o otro testimonio do haLer sido f \

ed Oct. 15 1831. Branch, stall, at the time he obtains the tido su salida y permitiendolc \'! 1tActuary.
sin obtcnido del
same,pay\ into the hands of the Treasurer permiso primero L'N1'E,
TEN DoLLARs,also one Dollar to the Clerk) ha de ser multado y pagara por cada ADVF. TlJlm.
ORDINANCE o. for issuing the same. gem asi desembarcardo Cincucnta Science, Litera-
To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. AU Ordinances and parts of Sec 5. Que cualquicr pasagero Art*.
Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against tins Ordinance gem desembarcando dentro del .
Town of Key West, That when any person : are hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. Cayo Hucso,ein pcrmiso primero one of the
shall be desirous of having the situationof --.. del Cabildo o sin tener el pasaporte in the U States.
Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall presentto 9. sario 0 otro tcstimonio de habcr sido been course American with few
tido.astir librcmento del Puerto de su
the Council written petition whereupon -
; Regulating the introduction tf Foreigners from neglect'
it shall be the duty of the Council to ap- ccdencia (si cs coeturnbrecn tal lugar) ,its influence and'
into the Toicn of Key West.
point a committee of three competent per- scr sujeto a entrar en obligation la Within tho
sons to make enquiry into the qualification- WHEREAS several criminals, offenders against de$1000 con buena fianza quo cs to propricturj,
and fitness of the persons applying, and res the laws of the country whence do por el Prcsidente del Cabildo o un course of policy,
port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived at Key I do paz para que salga de la Ysla, politics of thr
of the board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a continuance I. tiempo como sera considcrado additi-.n<
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots appointed of such arrivals will be attended en faltando sera conducido a la cartel.Sec. in of rl -ir
a new :trend
shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to 6. Que las niullas aqui larger ehcot a nJ'
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be taken pucdcn ser cobradas por cl Prcaidcnto than heretofore;'
security for the faithful performance of their to prevent them: Cabildo o por un juez de paz. favored with a
duty. lie it therefore ordained, by the President ----- of patron
and Members of the Town Council ORDINANCE-No. 10. aid gene
Sec. All Pilots Branch
2. holding a ,
West That from and after last their
of Key For year
the introduction
shall have and use'a Boat sufficiently largeto pretexting of
the first day of November next, the Masterof by an ac
enable them to proceed over the Reefand vessel from into the Town of Key West, Hundred Citi
arriving a foreign
render the aid of Pilotage to vessel requiring any with little
any are
place, at the port of Key West, shall WHEREAS a certain disease,known by
the The
same. make a report to the Clerk bf the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at pro
Sec. 3. That all vessels; drawing over 5 Council, of the number of passengers on sent prevailing in the Northern it to is merit equally that their en-
feet of water entering this Port, except fish- board not citizens of the United States, Europe,of the most fatal character; e.o much
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels nor residents of the Town of Key West; ns such disease may be introduced their flicuds and
under chnrgo of wreckers, stall pay the and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar our own ports by vessels trading in connec
rates of Pilotage herein after specified for every passenger aforesaid.Sec. that quarter of tho Globe: .., spacious
Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or offer 2. Be it further ordained. That I. Be therefore ordained, by the chief Public
his services to a ve.Selliable: to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neglect tident and Members of the Town and in are Union.-carefully
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of ing to make such report within 24 hours of Key West, That all vessels its facilities,with..
the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said! vessel, shall forfeit from ports or places, where the said of limo Gazette.
so boarding or offering his services,shall be I I and pay the sum of five dollars, in addition exists, shall be taken by the Pilots cf Current, iu letter
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said to the sum aforesaid required for each port, without their going on board, to paper suitable
Pilot docs nut board said vessel 'till theLihtIIouse passenger.Sec. Quarantine Ground, northward and collected,
on Key West is distant not 3. Be it further ordained Thatno ward of Fleming's Key; -there (o of the true
morn than two miles, and then boars E. N. foreign passenger, from any ship or ves- under the direction of the President of and put upon the
to all that
1;.no pilotago shall be claimed. sel, shall be permitted to land within the Council and Health Officer of the from the como office
Sec. 5. AU vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of Key West, unless he Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, Reading Room
wa.teuubjcct to the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely and openly deputed from while it shall be thought necessary by may be had,
,refusing: to receive a pilot outside of the place whence he came, and have in his said Health Officer, that such vessel or in the ci
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services possession a passport, or such other papersas sets should perform quarantine, no trading to this
shall be liable to pay full pilotage arc usually granted at the port whence course whatever stall be held with they make
but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two he came, permitting him to depart thcre- Town or Island of Key West, but by *facilities to the
miles of the Light-House on Key West,the from. mission, and under the direction of DUUYEA, alike hitherto,
;aid light bearing E. N. E.:: the said vessel .Sec. 4. Be it further ordained That President and health Officer; and all Charleston.
Mall pay half lotage. the Master of any chip or vessel, who 8h"U i w>ni who shall hold any intercourse @ .ettW o 1tca1tteutioi

country set apart and allotted to the S'I'.
'P1lOSPEa'rus 1\ i less formidable than the certainty of beingtrarnpieUytlhogajvith CIKCUJLAR al tribes of Iiidians,' established beyond? tim,
;.;tI' wboinjwehavoConfcdcrjed CbLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. l limits of the Slates, under treaties
.,Tykr ,::1); .., .OF THE 1'0,[ mad"
,,-JyTqATJ t1tICIITS :AND FRGB&TRADEIIE : at home. Hence is'itiTyilally Important TREASURY DEPARTMENT, with the said Indian Tribes by ,th.c 1:niCi!
"'!'.!')'" ", ,-IfEV.. NINq S'1' '; .' 'that the power should bo eustatncdwhich'hloneEaii tr/L. April Stir, 1U3h 'States: the Commanding officers of the t,,
Compel a strict eJn.struch.onof vcral posts on the frontiers arc tnjoitic-1! t
establishment, in barlestqnof an the Charter; Tb'dt' p6"et' resides with SIR, this I see tltlthe provisions of.the act nlmuveludcd V.
v been to
:!. additional 1 Newspaper, devot (ito. the Representations
each State Sovereignty. It Js the State and to "enforced in relation tc- the If
support ot: their principles'; has been deemed Department by IOI10, ,( our Consuls,
Right of sovereign interposition to arrest of United moval of 'the said unlawful settlers, tuUifor ,-. -
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation Federal agents.; TL'd existence other persons,' that tho have crews been, discharged their guide in the cxcYMiou of the iu ,
l"JtP.E TItADE PURTY. Iri'plrsuancoof of this rigjit as the y'onseriativeprinciple Stated merchant yessels duty the act above referred,
their ,
this dttcrminaUon. Ti1EVENING of our Constitution is no new doctrine In:: foreign ports by : JJy order of ALUXAMJER ;MACOMH!,
l'OSTwiU bo comm nced,QS a Daily Eve.mng' ; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, without corn lying with the provisions Maj. Ccn. Commanding the Army
.J Ournal t, so' soon as time requisite office and wits asserted by its fodders and con- the act 'of Cong'rcss.of tl(6( 28th'of February n., jowl's::;,
Is therefore
can bo completed. Is 1803. Your attentioA ,
arrangements This principle! ,
temporary expositors. C tf. Adj.
tfio Eve- called this siibjcctj with a request \
The political tenets, to which feature'' proudly dist'in- specially to -
the rojctemlic
tring Post will bo-devoted, are so familiarto jruishingbvjM! l'i bther Republics' not'Fc that increased vigilance may bo exerted : 'r .TESTIMONIALS i

this community, have been so-long the deral in thei 'clenfcnu. In the latter a to prevent future infractions thQ OK TUB

prominent subject of discussion, by the Constitution;, i in fact, by a symbol of mib- law; and it is expected that youvlll require UNIVERSAL MARINE_ TELEGRAPH
press-and have been so often"end triumphantly lic opinion, iS conftrnlpdby and varies with satisfactory evidence, that: \bre has
vindicated by the first minds in our the changing: will of.a itiajcfnty ; while in been a strict complancc[ with the Acquisitions REPORT of the ''Committee of O serva.

/State, and in 'the Federal councils, that it our Republic a guardian pdwcr,preserves it of the foregoing act in each case, before tion of the Boston Marino Society, to rthonitlie
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more permanent; rule of action the bond of the master, required by d p'stemtttMht1n'OSignalelirTdleg
than the following exposition, rhicbis offered as The a formal recognition of such a tf gtiton the first section thereof, be allowed to be 'Flagi'waa! rererredh vi carefully exam aplmic"-

in lieu of a more detailed political creed. the face of the Charter, would have been cancelled. ioea\ho Signals, and,experienced'their utility -
Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as it resulted.nece.?%- I am, respectfully:,, ,at Jtei', recommcyd.thcisame. O uautfcal
of an enlightened policyas a privilege formation of compact Your obedient ;.servant" :
sarily (rom liq ta Brethrenyasbcjpg more' extensive and
of the people, which impartial justice tween independent sovereigns having, no S. P. INQII.AM, dtetltigmshed,.than any gignala they
requires from the rulers of every country common umpire. As a feature of our political I Secretary of the Treasury. have ever seen in ihc! in this country, andfeel

and as a right, which,in ours,i guaranteedby system, it is of courSe a political, not a Tobe Collector"' .. the Cusloms.! confident that tvery"Cn vrhp will give

\ the Constitution. The framers of that the revolutionary right. ,Formed for the protection Circular Collectors: of thq Customs. them a fair trial wjll b.0. convinced: that
venerated Instrument withheld from from the usurpations of TREA8.TJ11V PEPARTMENT, l '
of a minority they aTfVery useful arid yaTualjl'c;nvdntions.
Federal agents; the power to protect manufactures the Federal authorities th mselvcs: ,; add .May4i4! ; ', 1831.. 5 Thp'C6m'mittcehavingals8 examined tlio'

by restrictive duties ; it has been I from the,usurpation of a1 maj 'rity exercised SIR : It had been atcertathedjlhat the de- method using,tho"Signals this Harbor,
usurped by a perversion of the revenue of those authoritiesthe currencies 'oT foreign countries
through the subserviency prcciatejl are fully satisfied that any info niatipn that!
power, and its exerciseinvolving sectional Constitution itself needed protection; have been variously estimated at the different may Je required, im y ve corn municated.recelvedf'om ,:i
oppression' for sectional aggrandisement sectlAral'exas-, Reliance for that protection surely wa not r Custom Houses of the Uo'+led States any vessel (using: the Signals

has, neccssarilv, produced a placed in either of the parties against whomit owing, partly, to defective. ;Miformario &t approaching the ''Ltght-Jluiis,: with the
peration which endangers the permanencyof 'shield. The ,Supreme to the true specie value of such'currencies-
the injured was provided as a ; greatest ease, correctness and despatch
the Union. It is impossiblo'that Court being one Of tbe ,Federal agents, was and partly to an erroneous fir rclice of computing '- and that Ur merits need only'to be fully
parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly not, therefore, entrusted whit its political their value according to the\ rites of kno\vn',.to b.c duly u"" preciatcd.
unjust and unequal jo its operation.Without Nor could the engine of the exchange with England,"and reducing the -
provingwliiclt i is Jmp'ossible) guardians ap ,, \MUECM, HOLLAND,
majority-tlie ballot box-have been con sterling value of suchdcpreciated currency :President. MU)Uc.Committee of the
bcnPfits'df'thc protection arji equal
that the sidered as the safeguard. The sectional into money of the United Slates without '
tt Bpstpn'Marine Society.
to sill the States i a'gross '
ly apportioned contend that the burdens of minority can exert no influence im the representation regard to the difference between the legaland THOMAS.: 'ENGLISH: Sc' '-i" '
absurdity to of a sectional majority. Tho the true values of sterling money in U. ,-
the Tariff press equally upon aIlIr\ then, representatives: but secures' Stltes' 1'0 ,avoid such discrepancies -
responsibility currency" ; '
To Shipmasters Owners of rc i &r.
it bo a tax on consumption exclusivCljsits $
their fidelity to their respective constituents and errors in future, the IJrcsidcn'tdirects '
defenders vainly,argue, its operation js and the representatives of a minority that whenever invoices arc made Time extensive }adoption, of the ,MarineTelegraphic
yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no can effect nothing against the antagonist out in a currency the value of which is not Flags', by'Vessels of all-dcs-
free people to submit to its unauthorised interest which the representatives of a majority fixed by 'the law's of the U. States,yolr will oriptioit'tIyctigbbut'WI"? U niol11 Jlas render-
exactions. Much lest ,is! it to be tolerated' may ,be compelled by their constituents require from the importer a certificate from ed it expedient to establish.Agenciesin. fa ,
when it is evident that wo arc not only arbitrarily of the rious Seaports' where Registry Offices arc
'.to enforce In utter disregard the Unitpd States' Cons l'iC there be one,
taxed 'as consumers'l but that tho Charter.The principle therefore is de :aith'e place of exportation; fif.thetrue valueofsuchcurrencyinSpanishor kept forlhe.jpnrrose u>f ;entering Vessel's
Jnevitahle result'of the protective system is solating-that the Constitution is at the discretion United States and furnishing"sca! of "'l.gs,;Signal Books,

the Ultimate ruin of the Southern, producerin of a: majority, and must be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valprcm and designating nucr bers..
the' prostration of our agricultural inte surrendered to their wisdom and justice.Besidcl .- antics according to such value ; or, inthe_ Ship Masters U-'eirrjjtiirn! frb? n Sca.aro
rest. in transactions of requested to send (heir Signal Books to cither -
except the Parliamcnt its absence such evidence that you will as- ,
/There is no solidity in the objection toO'l of' the two housed of Congress-our certain' said 'value from the 'rices current, of tho undermentioned'Agcnls,to have
r resistance'tliat others are blindly sub- ; inserted therein, all the ncwen'It3| s ofdcsif
frame of government no where recognizesthe and such pther authentic oUrccs of informa-
mitting to the' coils, which are- overwhelming consolidating that,the will of a majority tion as may bo within your reach, & chargethe nating ,humbers, which may have, ccurrcd,
them in co'mmon with our elves.- shall govern. The President may be ad valorem duties accordingly. You during their absence:, ,and arc porticularh

This delinquency! is not, our justification. If elected by a minority of the people ; a majority will give public notice of the directions desired to shew their designating numberj
we are awake'to the dangers and degradation whe'h Entering or departhg'fcom the Port,
of Senators representing States, the hcrpin contained as to,the consular certificate
of our'situation it behoves us to leave aggregate of whoso population are a minority I and that uniformity may be hcrcafte, of"PortlandBostofy'Now"York",'Baltimore i

no effort Untried utjtilr we'fcball Have.repelled of tlie a liolo, people, may'reject a measure secured at all the Custom' Houses, you willforward Charleston and 'Sand Koy. By conforming/
the vision1 of our liberties The EveningPost unanimously passed by; the representative to this Department,once month, to thus particular, their Vessels will bo re
will'therefore exhort resistance of '
of the people in the other House-and a statement of the rates 'at which the currencies ported, tlio"Tolegra'plu I, : -
.Tariff as the most promiiient enormity '
in the other I AGENTS.
vice versa,, a bare majority aforesaid arc thus estimated', at each
of that "AtnericanSjitem"whitliaebeen House may reject a measure passed by time port from whence,goods are imported and '"r"',: LEMUEi.Moony,
built up 6ri the ruins of, the Free, System of : .' Port)and:
unanimous voice of the Representatives invoiced in such currencies. In all cases of
us oilr' (fathers,and which, if -- '----
bequeathed by the Statea in,the Senate-;Thc President, a doubt as to the value of such currency, youwill ; JOIIv R.1PAIKER,
established as the tt'e'ri' licy of the co'nntry single individual, may put his ,velo on'the apply to the'Tieasury Department for '; .. //Obscrvajory: Boston..
must, in the end; either sever the bondof .* ? JOHN (
?:eliberate.actof both Houses; and tieItid-! information. I am, respectfully, your obedient GRKE'NJ'Telegraph : ;
UnionohnteltaowntiidccinsolldatebeStato ges of the Supreme Court holding officenot servant, S. D. INGHAM, at the,Battery, New York.

).Sovereignties! Into_ one, limitless'irrespQtjsiblo Post- by election but, by appointment may Secretary of_the Treasury. ," 1 THOMAS 'N>;lrbuN: ,,
Evening "
despotism. "
set aside the concurrent enactments of Exchange, BaltinorcrT
will oppose Internal: Improvement as uncoqstitutional House, Senate and President. The pow OFFICIAL. CIRCULAR, '' 'r-' {fAME"St.. EI.FORIJ>,
as nn engine of favoritism, NAVY DEPARTMENT "
er to protect the Constitution could not ) ;- > Charleston.
as,a source ;of sectional robbery: as creating have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, 1G31. { THOMAS EASTIN,

a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which: the danger of violationwas Srn,-In consequence of recent occur- Key<< West! '
taxation' -it will oppose the recharteri\ng apprehended. It would; nave been Jn. t/cnces in the service, your attention is invi-
of >: United -States' Bank, as manifestly (deed committing the. keys:of the'hotine to ted to two subjects,where th@ laws now regulate SOUTHERN REVIEW

unconstitutional, and a* prolonging the existence the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whomsuggested the rights: and.power of all concerned THE fciibscribcr begs leave! l to, inforrn the
of a: dangerous power ; and it will the propriety locks'. The pow ; but where there is still vested in olliic( ers public that he has undertalte i for the next

oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus' er was wisely left with the several StateSovereign's a discretion, in the exercise of which 'It three years publish the SOCTIICUN Rivirw ;-
Revenue as a scheme of barefaced and thus not M there may! b'e desirable to them tolinow distinctlythe '
: only \\ and to look for !his rctntmera Hon entirely -
wholesale bribery, which if adopted will provided a dcluito rule of action for: the wishes of the President and of this De to the present and future subscription

give to oppression a duration co-existant Federal Government,but a powerto render partment.One list of $5. As this ur Q' has hitherto te'Qinatlequatc
with that of our government. inoperative, that is nullify their unautho of those subjects, and our wishes upon to defray this expense, he beg?
A zealous and judiciousattachment to the rised and irregular: action. it are, that when any portion of'the Navy leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of

Union, prescribes the present as the proper So far as a'congeniality views may cxr- furnishes relief American vessels, those who thhik the Review worthy of pub
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising ist, in relation to,these principles; the Evening whether wrecked, or otherwise in distressto lic support.: ,
stand for the Constitution before Post is pledged to the State Rightsand yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber has associated John B.J. -
tho jarring interests of different sections ," and the be, and long has been one object of him
Free Trade Party; a9 supportof great ving, Es<>. with ill the publication of tFCReview )
aye organised against each other in irreconcilable ,measures, to be efficient, must include its gallant exertions no compensation of \VlloVIII conduct .tlmc'corresp4n'-
conflict-before, blinded by their the support of men, its humble aid will be any kind should either be asked or received. dencc establish agencies, collect and receive
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed to, extend the personal The other subject, and our wishes uponit subscriptions, and attend to all the
shall regard as undoubted right their undue the advancement arc, that till Congress deem it to '
influence/ and promote political proper business transactions of the Rev; { w;excepting :
advantages--before: they ihall resolve to of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws concerning punishments 'typot'ra'phthl department. ,

maintain at all hazards tLe "tyrannous principle themselves to the good cause, which is identified in the Navy, and whenever those laws ,'1 he subscriber; Iias-the ,satisfaction a satopnueunpo
that "public opinion, or the will of a with the value of the Union, and the allow a discretion in the choice of punish that Hoj h S: Legare;: Esq.{lt>
majority, iso,power above, the Constitution liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its ments the first,resort, in'the case of offences whom the Review las hitherto owed k&
and before the victim sovereignties in mino warm co-operation with tbeso will be -embarrassed by seamen, is recommended to be always much) has consented to be associated with

very goaded beyond endurance! be extinct(unless! the by a personal pledge to no canHijlatc had to pecuniary fines badges of disgrace the .editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in thclitc
aspirations(or liberty )shall for the Presidency, or any other and other mild corrections, rather nry department of this journal.;
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of ofiCC.In .. than to the hmrtili-iting! : practice of whipping The subscribers who &rb still in arrears:

government top much shattered to be'recog.- maintaining its ground amid the conflicts and that never on the same day by will be pleased to make'payment' to J. B.
uiscd a> that for,whfch) they originally stipulated of party, it will be the aim of the Eve punishing under an officer's owd authority, Irving, Esq. and the n will

and which inveterate sectional hatred ning Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once should the stripes, limited pay their subscriptions likewise to him, ashe
shall then render it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and moderation under by law, ,be exceeded in number or is alone aulho-izcd to'receive then
again to re-compose and re-odify. The South the Uelief that the legitimate: cuds of news- be inflicted/ otherwise than in the presence A. E. MILLER,

once roused to a full sense of het'.rongs, paper d I discussion.are best subserved by firm. and,under the sanction of the commanding No 4 Broad street, Charleston:
will be satisfied with nothing but cqmljty ; ness without violence i and zeal without in. officer of the vessel or station. "
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution temperance. JVith die opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by officers NOTICE.

even States if strictly observed at decided the slaveholding acts of opponents; it will exercise rightof ,, which; it is hoped their well known fn: undersigned having 'reestablishedhimself
placed T
Once are leagued for the disad\ dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent at Key West, as a COMMISSION -
vantage. resumptionof of its will ever the from becoming MERCHANT AND GENERAL
will submit part career justify suspicion frequent, a system more remedial -
longer to
rights of, they indirect taxation, calculated to a of its even partial adoption of tho infamous should be adopted;,,by Sentencing to AGENT, offers his 'services! to his friends
blind system the people to the extent and inequality maxim that all is fair in politics-" a reductidn of rank and pay or to a suspension and the public generally. "
The domestic of native State from rather thAn
concerns our promotion to suspension F. A. BROWN
burdens and demand
of their t.eyViii will be carefully watched, 4nd the, policy from active; service, as persons, unfortunately 40 1831
laboriugclass a ApTa
for representation fully advocated which shall calculated guilty of '.:
equal to that of tho laboring classes of the appear best any misbehaviour need' He offers for sale at his: WaW house,
most the
fur her prosperity, safe, and, economical discipline of active service -
The, required concessions 30,000 feet White Pino
other States. and when : Boards
government. suspended therefrom
are i
will be certainly refused by those by whom 10,000 first quality Bricks
-While the Evening l'ost,1iotU be devoted left without employment under ;
the Union is regarded but of ifs.a bargain estimated to the promulgation\ of the political fait fret !temptations and opportunities for injurious greater 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef .
calculation pecuniary profit 36 do
by a Navy Bread
forth in this prospectus it will not be neglectful indulgences. ,
and loss, and the Federal bond will to f undered of the practical details of Commerce LEVI WOODDURY. 10 bags prime Coffee. .

-and forever. Tho advocacy of State and Trade, two branches ori industry which 7

Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advo must be most beneficially affected, by the ORDER-NO 10. S KEY WEST
its doctrines heat
suc.essof HEAD
With a firm conviction of this important be made to perfect the depart exertionswill }e li QUARTERS OF THE ARMY: ,W. H.: W AL.L takes this opportunity '0\

truth the Evening Post will contend" for connected with commercial intelligence, ADJUTANT CEUAi/a Orncc, informing, the public, that ho'has establishctJ .
".Liberty-the Constitution-Union. For and our merchants and tradesmen shall find Washington, May 5th, 1831.having A $sa.\u MANVFAcronv at Key rest.

Liberty tint, as the tint,ot national blessings the readiest attention to all their wants, and been reported to the Nap, Department ,. Ho imports fur this the lest
; for the Constitution wbichj cures it the warmest gratitude fur all their favors. that contrary to the provisions Tobacco purpose, fry
from Havana.
from domestic usurpation ; and for jthc Union '" of the act, entitled An act,to
which ,treng! '.hen it against foreign ag TERMS: late trade and intercourse with the Indian re.u- Sugars: qftji .best quality, and of every

gression. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Tribes and to preserve peace on the frontiers description may be lied at his estaljislimenOiT
the compact, the Union unit become a Union paper,'three times a week, $5. ," approved March the 30th 1802, several All orders in the above ling will!
without, and the uncertain danger AdttHisemcnts inserted at the usual ratea. wlute persons with the intention thereto meet the earliest attention
of subjugation from abroad infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, 18)1. settle themselves have entered into the March. JR3t ,