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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: March 7, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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.U JUST, AND FEAR NOT-LET .41... TIIJC: KNOS THOU AtM"ST. AT, UK TILT COUWTRf'a/' /' ,. j ,II:"
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VOL. J. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7., 1832. j, I 'N
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THE GAZETTE.EDITED left as a legacy to his country. May these .I j By P. Gandolpli. The progress of relation to tiiiji place, wp think, it,peculiarly .

fir times find bent as fearlessly and eloquently Improvement. Tho womb:of time is preg hard. '

B. B. STROBE r supported. mint. 'with, events beyond conception great. --0.0-. I

,\u l 6. Our Statesmen. May they remeiH- L I A Comner'aInquestcras held on the body -
published on
< every Wednesday by
ber the principles of '76=think less of
JOHN.[ WHITE-
THOMAS N. JEFFREYS.TERMS / THE OAZKTTJB of a Seaman, named
self and more of their c untry.

-$5. per-annum-payable in 7. The }President tho U. S'atcs.-6c. KEY WEST IIEAD, of New York, Mate of the 'Sclir.
:
advance. 8. The Army and Navy of the United Lady Tompkins, which wns found in

Advertisements inserted at one ,dollar: States. Ever; ready in the calisd bf freedom WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1832.I Browne dock on Sunday 4th instant.

per square for th ;first insertion and fifty .-3c c.=.:::_ __ ____ ____ Verdict ,
cents for every succeeding time',Jill ordered 9. Charles Cal of Carrolton. The The'following article originally appeared drppntd.03IIUiUC, "

to be stopped. >. ? Associate bf our Washington. Ho reaps in this paper: We rcpiiblish it on accountof ."-0.------1 ,

1 -, -- the reward' of his labo\*s.-9c. having lately of it in Boston <' I A? :.
!seen copy n
.
POETRY; 10. La Fayette. The hero of three -
.-.r revolutions in txvo hemispheres. May 'his paper, with many errors and inaccuracies COMMERCE l OP KEY WEST -

From Sir Walter ?Scott's j0vel .of UTile last exertions in the cause of Liberty beds in the latitude, longitude, and bearing -= --. --, ,

'Fair Maid Perth. successful as his first.-9c of some of the Light Houses. It is evi. I\IPORTS.-ler Sloop Azelia, from
Nassau, 600 bushels! salt 3 boxes tobacco
,
,
THE LAY OF POOR LOUISE. 11. One Hundred Years Ago! A pe dent if this: erroneous statement Lo followed to J. Cottrell & Co; 2 boxes shell-work to

Ab, poor Louise! -Tl'e'live-long day riod from which to date a Nation's gratitude ,.it will materially mislead the Mariner, Ceo E. Weaver; 2 boxes shell to W. A.
She from tot ; may the next centennial recurrence Whitehead 3 boxes merchandise
roams to castle gay; ; 1 hox
And still her voice and viol say, of this Anniversnry; find our countrymenin and so far from being a guide to warn him ah ll-work. hops tobacco, to %. C. Tift As

Ah maids... beware" .the. ..Woodland way, the enjoyment of the privileges securedby from danger will subject him to tho very Co; shelhvork and shells to oider. Per

Think_on Louise! our lathersfound ise hy the expe- difficulties against which our publication Schr. Temple, from Appalachicola 40,000

Ab, poor Louise! The sun wjks high, rience of more than fifty ,('ars' trial, and was intended to guard. \\'e advise Editors feet EXIOR1'S.-PerSloop lumber and 5 kegs butter to master.
Azelia for
It sniirch'd her cheek, iidimmM her rendered sacred' by the' association therewith Char
eye to publish the following, which may be lotto's Harbour, 500 bushel salt, dry goods,
The woodland walk was eool and nigh, of the name of George Washing &c. by J. Cottrell.
Where birds with chiming streamlets vie ton.-9c relied on as accurate:

.' TO- cheer:; Louise.Ah '12. The People. !May posterity never "For the information of Mariners: generally ;- --' mNE
------i;
poor.Louise!. The tialr5ge bear blight the fair fruits of their virtue and in.telligcncl we have procured from tho Collector : ,
Made ne'er that his lair .. INTELLIGENCE.
lovely grove ;
oi the Port tho schedule of tIle
following
molest fair- ;
The
wolves not paths so LH. The American Fair12c.


But, better far had such..' been there {. VOLUNTEERS.ByO. situation of the Light Houses along thu PORT.OP KEY WEST.
.; For Louise! :
poor Florida shore under his
,. superintendence:
,
O'ilam E (l. President of the ARRIVED! SINCE OUR LAST.
Ab Louise! In wold
woody
poor Florida Situated i.
Cape -
'! Light. -Stationary.
She met a'huntsman fair,"and bold, day Henry Brougham. The fearless advocate March 1, Schr. Wm. Ross, Wellington,
His baldrick was"of silk and gold of cIvil and religious liberty.-3c.By on the south point of Key Biscayne, Reef, ballast to W. F. English & Co.
?
And. many witching tale he told F. A. Browne, Esq.:: Vice President. about 400 yards from the beach Tho '2. Sloop Azelia, Anderson, Nassau, salt

_-?.VV To poor Louise! The place of our nativity. The parted Light may be considered 70 feet above the and merchandise to J. Cottrell At Co. A. C.

Ah, poor Louise! Small)) cause to pin bosom clings unto its home.A level of the distant from the Gulf Tift & Co.-14 passengers. '
sea Schn Ann
Mary Appleby Reef, 6 hales
letter read Horn J. M.
Iladst thou for treasures of the mine; was Major F.A.

For peace of mind, that gift divine, Glassed, regretting his inability to attend, Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing cotton.to 3. Hloop.Liberty Browne., Daniel Burrows, Havana

And spotless innocence, were thine,. and offering the following sentiment: 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles to master.

Ab,poor Louise! Andrew Jackson.Envy pursues the living of the Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long. Sloop ,North America, Ashby, Havana,

Al, poor Louise! Thy treasure's reft! V -the same man, when dead, will be CO 42 W. to J. Cottrell.
t know not if'by force or theft, revered,-9c Stoopforning! Star, Appleman,Havana.
Or part by violence f.art'bv'g ;-: I I Gen. D. Parker, of Philadelphia, an invited Light Ship Florida, is situated on C&ryford's Sloop Eden, unman, Ilavana.SloopJamesMonrooJ.8 .

But misery is all that a left guest who was not able to attend, Reef, near the site of the old one, I Burrows,Sinai. '
To Louise! 5. Schr. Temple, Moore,
poor gent tho following: in Lat. 25 08 N.-Long. 60 27V.. It I lumber to master. Appalachicola,
Let Louise some succour have! The City of Key West. No section of
poor is easily distinguished: as two distinct 6. Sloop Cuba, Sawyer, Havana.
She will not loog I )dtir bounty crave the United States has so delightful a winter_ Sloop Enterprise Morgan, Havana. "IBchr
Or tire the with Lights are shown, which can generally be
stave
warning -
gay climate and .
Lewis
; no city so great proportionof Daniel Webster, 16 days
Heaven, basg'i'n"c' and earth a :rave intelligence and hospitality in its popu seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object from New York, merchandise to A. C.
.For Louise!
t poor; lation. is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks Tilt & Co. ,

HYMti- FOR THE DEAD, By tho Hon. James Webb. Washing- and shoals near which it is placed. CLEARED. .
March 1. Sloop Mary Ann, Ximenez '
'* ington. May those principles of heroism *
BY' THE' Inn patriotism and virtue, which have renderedhim Key West Light,stands on the S. West Havana. ,

That day of'wrath: that dregful day, immortal be ever diffused through our Point of the Island of Key West ; is inLat. 3. Sloop N. America, Ashby, na "na.. ,
When heaven and earth"shall pass any-! Sloop Liberty, D. Burrows! Havana. .
\Vhat'power shall be the sinner's stay! land.By 24 .!25 N.-:-Long. 82 04 W.; erect Sloop Morning Star, Appleman, Havana.

How shall l.e meet that dreadful day E. Chandler. The Book of Life. ed for the purpose of guiding vessels when Sloop Eden; Ura nan, Havana. '
Like the book presented to the Apostle by Sloop James Monroe J. 8. Burrows Ha1vaha.
:
When shrivelling like parched scroll the harbour the) directions for
: a entering ; I .
the Angel-sweet to the taste, but bitterin '
The When flaming heavens toJeth more t' roll dreadS; digestion. which are as follows: Bring the Light to Schr. Consort, Lad leu, Havana. '-li
louderyetsand'yet
Swells: the high! trump that wakes the dead! "By P. B. Prior. Liberty. Secured to bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to' I, bour Sloop, by Ap.elia J..Cottrell., Anderson,Charlotte's- Har',

Oh!.on that day, that wrathful day us hy our fore-fathers; may we always bear W.B.\V. and you cross the Reef in 5. Schr. Lady Tompkins, Towel, Pcnu-.

When man for judlt"1ent'wakes from clay, maintain U'ntnfringcd, that sacred right. I about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West sacola., .

Be Thou the trembling sinner's stay, By W. A. Whitehead. Our National 1 I Light until within two miles, then, steer 6. Sloob Cuba, A Sawyer, Havana.
'bough heaven and earth shall pass away! Flag. !May the stars that compose its un- Sloop Enterprise', Morgan, Havana.PASSENGERS. .

-, ion forever remain united and as brilliant N.W. until you open Flccming's Key- .

THE SEA BELL. as they are how. which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern In Sloop Azelia. from Nassau, Mr. A. C.*

BV MRS. HCMAKS.Thcdangcrous By fit'O.! E. Weaver. The United States part of the harbor, and then run for it Tiftof, Key West. In Sloop. Enterprise,:
from
Ilavana,Lieut. Hairis, U. 8.
of Am rica. their boast Army.
Liberty -a legacy -
Islet called the Bell Rock, The best is in tho of In Schr. Consort for
anchorage upper part Havana, Mr. II. R,,
on'the coast of Fife, used formerly to be bequeathed by Washington. May we Wood of West.
marked only by a Bell, which was so placed ever be a free, united and happy people. tho harbour Heigh, of, the Light House Key .' ,

as to be-swung by the motion of the waves, By B. B. Strobel. The Union. Its best f ion the'level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. --- --r-----------o(" -oW*

when thontide rose above the rocks. A safeguard the virtue intelligence and NEW ADVEHTIHEMENT8. tAN
pa- Light stationary.Sand .
light house! )lias since been erected,there. triotism of the people. '
.WheD the tide's billowy Jwell Key LlgM.-Revolving once in ACT ,
By Hez,. R. Wood. Jos. M. Whife/our
> Had reached its height To incorporate the City of .Key West. .
honorable ,and faithful Representative.- 54 seconds. It is the best Light on the
,* V Then tolled the Rock's lone bell, '
Sternly by night. May his services be appreciated -6c.I coast;=S.W.. by S. 10 miles from Key Be it enacted by the Gov.ernbr and Legislative -
} Council of I the Territory or Flo?
Wm. II. Shaw. The of
By Memory
Far cliff and I West Light-situated, directly on the Reef. rida That the free inhabitants
over surge Gen. Warren, who gloriously fell in bravely all| while male
Swept.the deep sound, I The Light 70 feet above tho sea. of that' part of the Island of Key
the first reared in
i Making each wild wind' dirgo I, defending rampart ever West comprehended within the limits
\ '' Still more"profound. defence of American Liberty. Tortvga Lt f,-Stationary,-on one proscribed
\ By Alexander Patterson. The Hero of by the plan of.said town, now !nri!
Islands West
of the tho
Yet,,bat'lIQ.. rjtbne, South General Dry Tortugas at file in'the Clerk's office ih the county of
Carolina Francis Marion
t ,, 'The sailor blest : ern extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 31 N. JVIonroe be and they are hereby constituted
Steering throngh darkness on, I His camp, the swamp; his table, the pine. politic corporo'te
Long. 83 10 W. a body and ( by the
: log his rations roots and sweet potatoes .
With fearless' breast. his ; his ; -..... name and style of the C\.\, of }{tyVest;

I''en so may we, that float |pay independence, nothing;! rewardfrct'domand The Sloop James Monroe, J. S. Burrows and by their corporate name may Bile and bo
On life's wide sea, sued, plead and bo Implvaded' and
,
By Cottr n. Lafayette and Do arrived the 3rd inst. from grant
,Welcome each warning note, -oseph master, on receive donations,and do all other acts us
Stern though it be! Kalb. Though foreigners, their arms were Sisal, province Yucatan, Mexico. She natural persons, and and
may purchase
devoted to the American cause-their motto -
-"Liberty or Death!" sailed from this Port for that place in Jan. hold personal,real or mixed\ property, and

COMMUNICATED, .. By Capt. James J. Board. The Amer. last, with a regular clearance from the Custom dispose ot tie m.mc fdr'the. benefit of the

FOR THE KEY WEST GAZETTE. ican Eagle. l\IaYllhc never want a Hickory house, and a certificate from the Collector said city, krid may have and pso Q 'corp ,.

'. Jtfr. Editor.{ The following aro the upon which to perch. of the Port, that it was the sole inten- rate.Scal I, which may be broken or alteredat

Toasts drank at the late celebration ofWashington's By O. O'Hara, Esquire. Major J. M. pleasure, ,
dod of the Capt. in going there, to obtain Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the
Glassell. His amiable and
Birth in this gentlemanly
Day place
: from the local authorities to fish of the Said shall be vested
1. The Memory of General Washington. deportment has secured him the good wishes permission government city.
May his example be the star that and approbation of the community.By on tho coast, for the supply of that City. in a person to be''called Mayor and in a
Board of six Aldermen be elected
guides our destiny.-Drank standing and S. R. Mallary. Daniel Webster. Capt. Burrows repents; that on his arri- to in
the manner and by the and at the
,
the Northern Star-of whose persons
Changeless as
in silence. val ho was refused admittance into the har time
2. The Pay we celebrate. May our remotest true, fixed and renting quality there is no hereinafterijirectwl.)
posterity hail its approach as did the fellow in the firmament.By bour, and only one hour allowed him to de- Sec. 3. Be it t further enacted, That all

shepherds old iho Star in lira.East; ,....Stan. E. Dunce. Our commerce-its white part under penalty of having his vessel the free white male, persons! ,over the age of

ding. wings waft the rich productions of the seized. The reason alleged' for this proceeding twenty-one years, who shall have resided
within the limits of the said city twelvemonths
3. Our Country. The Independence country over every sea. was die existence of a law proIiiblu'ng the ,
tons .the blond of By Antonio Giraldo. Love for our previous to day election,and
ancestors
guaranteed by our communication with the Port of ,
who shall be citizens of the
should never be forgotten by their de country and confusion to our enemies. Unitedttat'esshall ,
cheers .Key West, i in consequence of its vicinity to have a right to vote for a Mayorand
cendants. 3 By T..A. Townsend. The 22d February
Havana. We believe that six Aldermen; and that such election shall
a Treaty hi>
4. The Union. An inheritance to us 1732. May it never be forgotten by s be held on the first ,in ,
Monday ,in
from Washington and his associates. Let those who sneceed us. been lately entered into with Mexico, but each and April,
at such
every year, place as said
no trifling cause'lnirst the, holy bind-3c. By R. W. Cussans. Marriage; the first not having seen it, we are not aware of its incorporation may appoint and the voter

Patrick 11ei ry. Hw doctrines be best blessing enjoined by the Great

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4. Do it further enacted, That tie pany with tho Schooner Thistle, proceededto I t I of Cotton, and succeeded :n bringing the '1 IT.. S. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICI ''
Mayor and Aldermen>of said cily shall the !said Brig breeder her every ass!,I;. the same into the said Port of Key West: *
meet at such[limos, and at such places, tanco in his:po\ver", That upon arrivingalongside Whereupon it is prayed that said cotton, NORTHEAST corncrof F A. Brownc'e
:within the limits} of said ,corpara'ion as ,: aacer1aincd, her .to be the making irfall 121 bales, be condemned, and up stairs.
they may think proper; and their meetingsshall Brig Halcyon, of Boston, from Havana, it certain number of said bales decreed them Key West, Feb. 8, 1832. 23 tfNotice ,

bo public; and tho Mayor and not with a'valuable cargo of sugar>, cofice- &-c. by way of isalvn p..
less than thrpo Aldermen shall be necessary bound to Antwerp. That he proceeded at And whereas the Judge,of ald.Court for ,
to form a quorum for tho transaction of the request and desire of the person in'command said District lath ordered And f directed on ,
business. to render every assistance in his the 3d Monday in April next, for art persona TilE undersigned LereVy notifies all per-
Sec. 5. Bo it further enacted, That if power to relieve said Brig from her perilous concerned tobecited and intimated to appearat concerned that from and after
the Mayor or any Alderman: of said city aituatk n. That by great exertions the Court House at Key West,in said District tbe'date hereof, lie will pt ectifc''fo the utmost -
shall be absent more than two months, tho'; and labor, assisted by the crews of the vessels ,- to siibw cause, if any they have, why son who extent may of in the law manner, any ffhd furnish every r>6t,

seat of such Mayor 'or Alderman shall be aforesaid, succeeded in discharging a Judgment;slKttild not pass as prayed y You any description any whatever to deemed to be vacated,and ah election shall large portion of the cargo of saTiTBrig' ;and ore th 5i&1 Ye hereby mithoiised, crnliotvered his slaves; or who shall: under any 1'ctexthire
be ordered to fill 'such vacancy, and five saving her from total destruction. That and s1rictl'enjoinC r peremtorily to cite or employ any one of them either b,
days public notice thereof shall be given after they had succeeded as aforesaid in and admonish; all persons whatsoever, ha. day or at night. P. C. GREENE
before tho said election shall take place. getting her afloat, it was found that she ving or.pr ie ldillg to, -have tiny right, title, Key West, Feb. 15, 1632.! : 24 tf
Sec. 6. Bo it further enacted, That it had received1 imich injury, and in this situ claim or interest in or to the said 121 -
shall be tho duty of tho Mayor of said cityto ation she} was brought by competent and bales cotton aforesaid, by all lawful ways, BaktJa
order an election for Mayor and Alder- skilful1.persons to the Port of Key-West, means'and-methods, whereby his Monitionmay
men, at least ten days previous to the time where she,vas sold-by an order of Court, be made most public+ and notorious, to G6DDATU3 iniottrii {he put .
hereinbefore prescribed for their annual election and'a part of the proceeds of safe is 'now be and appear at tjie time and place aforesaid HENRY lie has established ,himself at)
; and if the Mayor shall rcfcse or 'in die hands of the Marshal of said'Court, ,before the Judge afole trid-ahd also Key Weft in the Bakery Business. The
neglect to order and advertise said election, and that they are entrTlert-fdr (heif services to attend'upon evcr'y session and sessionsto following articles, AT the best quality can:
it shall be tho duty of tho clerk of said incorporation rendered as aforesaid, to a liberal compen- be held there and from thence until a always be 1ad'at his establishment:
to do so; and if the clerk re- sation by way of salvage; and the same is definitive sentence shall be read and pro- FRESH FAMILY LOAVES,
fuse or neglect to do so, it shall and may prayed accordingly. mulgcd in the said business inclusively; if Every Morning;
be lawful for the citizens of said1city, who And whereas the Judge of said Court them-or any of them shall think it their du- FRESH PILOT 13READConstantly ,
may be entitled to vote for a' Mayor and for said District hath ordered and directed ty so to do, to hear, abide by and perform on bandy
Aldermen of said city, to assemble at any on the 3d Monday in April next for all till and singular such judicial acts as are Xlso
convenient place in said city, and appoint persons concerned to be citedftml intimatedto necessary and by law required to be done 'direct IWead Cake
judges to conduct said: election, and they Appear at the Court House at Key-West and expedited in the premises, and furtherto A variety'of &c. &c.Ordert'for .
may then proceed to'elect a Mayor and six in' said Dtetriti", to show cause, if any they do and receive what unto law and, justice ( : any of the above article!
Aldermen, who shall be sworn into office have; wl judgment should not pass as shall appertain, under"the pain of the law will executed.be gratefully-received and promptly

by any Judge Justice of the'Peace'in'the prayed. You are therefore hereby authori- and contempt thereof the absence" con- Key West' Feb. 8, 1832. "23 tf
county; after which, the Mayor and Alder- sed,empowered and strictly enjoined pe- tumacy of then and every of them in any ..
men so elected,shad immediately enter up remptorily to cite and admonish all persons wise notwithstanding: And ,whatsoeveryou
on the duties to be performed by them. whatsoever interested, by all lawful ways, shall do in the premises you-shall duly Boarding.itiIItB. .
Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, 1'hatthe : means and methods, whereby this Monition1 certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at tile
Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall may be made most public and notorious time and place aforesaid, together with
have power and authority to prevent and ,' to'be and appear at tire time and'place these presents.
remove nuisances, to restrain and prohibit aforesaid before the Judge aforesaid, and Witness the Hon. JAMES Wcnn, Judge of
all sorts of gaming, to establish and regu- also' 16 attend'upon every session and sessions sand*Court for said District, this the 28th HOWARD Jun. lias
safe to be hela'ther" and from' thence un- day of February, r8S2. removed
late markets, the keeping of weights lv_ 'from Calle de los Officios to No. 0
and measures, to regulate streets, squares, til a definitive sentence'shall be read'and JOEL YANCEY, Clerk. Calle Obripia.
and fences in said city; to license weighers promulged! in the said business inclusively, Havana, Jan. 1, 1832. l'9 tf.
to regulate and appoint patrols, to pun- if them or any of them shall think it their 'THEREFORE, in pursuance'bf the Monition -
ish vagabonds,to erect and keep up wharves, duty so to do, to hear,abide byand.perform under the seal of the District Courtof (Kr: THOSE persons who 81 disposedto
to appoint pilots and regulate pilpfage into all and singular such judicial acts as are the,United States of America for the contribute towards the erection' df a
the harbour of said city, and tho entran- ner.Ssaly.and by Taw required to be' 'done Southern Judicial District of Florida, to CHURCH upon'the Island- aril informed'
ces into the same; to regulate the anchor- and expedited the premises: and further me directed and delivered,I do hereby give that Subscriptions will be received by the
age and mooring of vessels in said harbour, to do'and receive what unto law and' justice. public notice to all persons in any manner following, gentlemen"for,that composing the Committee
to tax and license billiard tables, to tax slia'.l! appertain,under the pain of the law interested therein, that they be and appear Hoif.appointed J'AMCS WEBB, D.purpose C. PirariATw: VC.
and license hawkers, pedlars and transient and contempt thereof the absence or con- before the Court, to be holden in and for A. WIHTEIIEAD, J.. M. STONE' Eqr's. DrsIT. /
traders, to tax retailers of dry goods and tumacy of them and every of them, in any- the said District, at the CourtHouse in S. WATERHOUSE and B, B. BrnoBcr..
groceries, commission merchants, and auctioneers wise notwithstanding: And whatsoeveryou Key West, on ,the tlnrtl Monday in April "
; to tax free negrocsymulattoes and shall do in the premises,you shall duly next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that LIST OF LETTERS
slaves-provided the tax oil slaves shall not certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the day; then and there to interpose their claims Remaining the Post Office at Key West
exceed the Territorial token! them; they time and place aforesaid, together with fur the same, and to make their allegations on the 1st January, 1'832:
shall have power to .levy a tax on all im- these presents. in support'thereof. Alexander flair, Martin BrethoiF,
proved real estate within said city, of not Witness the lIon. JAMES WKBD, Judge' t L.'M. STONE, Samuel Bills, Wm. II. Burton,.*
more than one half of one percentum up- our said Court'for said District, this 28th U.. S. Marshal S. District. Doflaldson Caffrey, Florencio Calllez,
on its value, and one half of one percen- day. of February, 1832. Per THEODORE OWENS, Thomas Easlin, Wm. S. Elliot,
"Win.
Charles Hawkins, G.P'br'relr,
all lots within said JOEL YANCEY, Clerk. Marshal.
tum on unimproved city, Dept. Casimiro Ruby, 2 Rachael Swan,
which unimproved lots shall:be valued at Key West, Feb. 28th, 1832. ''Eustace Trcnor, Leonard Truman,
twenty-five dollars'per aero,and said taxes TfiEREFORE! k-w ye, to all whom it Charles II. Webb.
on real cstdto'shall be assessed by such person may concern, that in pursuance of the above For Sale IX. S. WATERHOUSE, P. M:
or pcrs ns'ond ih'stitch manner as the Monition from under the seal of the : ,, Key West,J'an.-ie,.1832. 20 tf.
Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall District Court of the' United States of Fishin ,
tiE
deem most proper. They shall also have America, for the Southern District of T FAIR AMERICAN and,
power and authority tor enforce all laws of Florida, to me directed and delivered NORTH AMERICA. For terms, and ProposalsWILL
the Territory,and of their'own body regulations do hereby give public notice to ail persons particulais' pply to
of vessels and for in manner interested therein that be received subscribers
the quarrantine ; any .JOSEPH COTTRELL &, Co. by!
the preservation of the health of said city. they be and appear before the Court to beholden Feb. 1832. the first day of March 'next,
They shall have power to appoint a health in and for tho said District at the Key Westy22d 25. 2i for building a Stone Jail in the'town of Key
Court House in West the 3d Mon- West with a Brick'Cistern attached thereto -
officer and such other officers as they may Key ,on
in accordance with an Act'of the Legislature
think necessary to carry into effect their day in April next, at ten o'clock in the Notice Florida passed the last *ession. A
laws and ordinances,and generally to provide forenoon of hat day; then und thereto plan of the proposed building may be seen
for the interior police and good government interpose their claims for the same,and ALL persons indebted to'the late Firm by applying to-eithcr-of undersigned.
of said to make their allegations in support-tler@of. COTTRELL & FITCH, are requested L. M. STONE
Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That so L. M. STONE, to make payment on or before the ,yo A. WHITEIIEaD.
much of the said city as ;is now used und U S. Marshal S. District 15th :March next. Accounts not liquidatedat Commissioners.
that! time will be put into the hands of Dec. 1831. 17 tf.
occupied by the United States for the erec- Per THEODORE OWENS, an Attorney for collection. KtyWesr,, 2-1, -
tion of Barracks and for other purposes, is Dept. Marshal. Key West, 5"2d Feb. 1832. 2S' 2i HENRY K.'NEWCOMB
hereby declared to be without the Jurisdiction Key-Wcst, Feb. 28, 1832. WILL attend to any AGENCY or
of said corporation,and not subject to Business that maybe

any of the !.I2w8 and ordinances made for The United States of Ame For Sale, intrusted in the to Warehor/so him. Office of FIELDING'and StoreRooms

the government of the .amc' .
A. BROWNE ESq 1.
rica.
Sec. 9, tie it further enacted, iV# .alllaws ', BV" wholesale retail, 130: sets Knives Key-West, Nov. 16; 1031. 11 tf
and ordinances of said shall be wrought.)
city SOUTHERN JUDICIAL( DISTRICT OF
posted up at three or more ot the most I I 30 Doz. ding a arid Doublebladed Pen
public places in said city, at least three FLORIDA, ss. Knives. I ARTRILL & M'DONALD,
day before they shall take effect. To the Marshal of the Superior Court for 18 Doz. Fine Steel Scissors. SHIP CARPENTERS,
Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That the said /urTi'cfX>rcfeting: 1 Doz. Superior Silver Steel Razors; inform their friends
Together with an extensive Stock of Clo- RESPECTFULLY
of said shall have and exerciseall in general, that
Mayor city EDWARD CHANDLER, thing, Fancy Articles, &c. &c.
the powers of a Justice of tho Peace WHEREAS exhibited his libel for A. C. TIt'1', & Co. they will undertake to repair upon the shortest
within said city, and shall be entitled to notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats.
of Cottrell
and on behalf Joseph & Co. ALSO, made at'the Store of
Application may'be
receive the fees in all which he
same cases
&c. for Lemuel Burrows and others
Agent, Just received from New-York, P. J. Fontaine.
may be called upon to determine.Sec. stating, alleging and propounding, that on Key-West..Nov. 23, 1831.
Gentlemen's Fine Boots, Cloth fc Leather
11. And be it further enacted That
Friday, the third day of,the present month, -
the act entitled"An act to incorporate tho said Burrows commanding the Sloop Fair 'CAPS. THE SUBSCRIBERS
Town of Key West," passed the '8th of American, and George Woodward, master Key West, Feb. IS, 1832. 24 2i. taken-the Store.recently oc-
Nov. 1828, be and the same is hereby repealed of the Sloop called the ..Ilckle'rvhile 0::7"N. B. The subscriber will supply ,JJAVING by Porter &'Stanard, in the
and that this act shall: be in force their accustomed business in their pursuing vessels with FRESH PILOT DREAD from North East tend of ,F. A. Browne's WareHouse
first of the Bake House. offer for sale accommodatingterms
from the day April next. on
said vessels,they discovered adrift and abandoned -
.. a general assortment of
on the high seas, about fifty DRY GOODS
The United States of Ame miles more or less from Key West, a large ALSO, GROCERIES ,and

rica. quantity of Cotton in bales. That the SHIP CHANDLERY.
said Burrows and Woodward at considerable E7-JUST RECfiYVED from N. York..LO GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.
, SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF risk and by great exertion and labour A quantity of Key West. April 20, 1831
for the space of five days or thereabouts, FRESH GOSIIEN BUTTER; -
FLORIDA,as. succeeded in saving about ninetyeightbales ALSO EDWARD CHANDLER
To the Marshal of the Superior Court of of said cotton,and bringing the same LARD, Cheese, Onions, Smoked Beef ATTORNtY or THE UNITED' STATES soxrrtr-
into the Port of Key West; and it ia fur- Sounds and Tongues, Herring, Codfish ERN DISTRtCT OP FLORIDA.
tati District, Greeting: ther alleged, that since the said third day of and Potatoes, together with several Bar- NO. U ARCADE
; DAVW COFFIN pt- the present month, the said Lemuel Bur- rels of -
WHEREAS.. has exhibited his Li- rows and David Cold, John Guiger'tem- SUPERFINR FLOUR. BLANKS
bel for and on behalf of Jacob Houseman, ple Pent, Oliver Braman, Nathan Burrows, Key West, Feb. 29, 1832. S6 li i
Ot alelatiegalleging and propounding,,that Sawyer,and Amos C. Tift& Co.
on the 8th day of October, 1830, said in boats and other vessels on divers and Loggerhead Turtle Shell AND
louscman, then in the command of the sundry days and times, in manner and with
Sloop Sarah Isabella, a licensed wrecking all the difficulties aforesaid, picked up subscriber. of the will above give article.a fair pricefor,5001bs. JOB PRINTING
vessel,discovered along ashore on the Florida Adriftj deserted and abandoned on tlie high GEORGE WEAVER k CO. OF ALL KINDFeatly ,
Ueef. That he immediately, in com serfs aforesaid, twenty-three other like bales Kcj West, Juno 0 executed at this Ofitc.Sec. .



Sec. 6. The Reef shall bo cci&u crcd brick within the port or harbour of Key such vessel or \csscls, without firs obtaining .
r when the Light-House on Sand (Key bears 1 West, any foreign passenger who may have said permission, shall: he liable to per
either E. N. E.or W. S.w. clandestinely departed from any Ibreign form the same quarantine that may ho imposed -
Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. All vessels liable to nay pilot placq''acid who shall not possess a'jmssportor >> upon said! raid vessels and carg<>>e .*

United States gated 16th ago, !bound frpm this Ports shall pay the other evidence' of his having Lcofn erihitted Sec. 3. Be it farther".ordained, That
same as vessels entering; but if said vessel to depart fom.thence-! tree this Ordinance shall) remain full forco,
March, 180.2.SECTION. shall choose to depart without ft .Pilot, they milting him to land without permission first until expressly repealed by the Council.

XIX. shall be subject to but half pilotage. obtained from tho Town Council, shall I
Sec. 8. All vessels except wrecking vessels forfeit tfhd pay,for each passenger so landed ORDINANCE--No. If,
Every per..on'ho shall procure 6r en- smacks and vessels under charge of the sum of fifty dollars. Constituting a Committee of finance.Be .
tice Q SOLDIER of the United States to 'wreckers, entering or leaving this Port Sec. 5. Be it further ordained That it ordained by the President and

desert, or who shall purchase frbra any through the'North West passage,and draw any* foreign passenger Idrlding within theTown Members of the Tbirn Council of Key .

Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing or ing tour bet water, or over; shall pay two ( of Key West, without permission West, That from and after the passing of -'
any part thereof; and any Captain or dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his first obtained from the Towli pb'un- this Ordinance,two Members of tho Board,
Commanding Officer of any Ship bt Vessel services; but if said vessel does not receivb til, or without having tho necesfarvpassport to be designated by the Prcslderit from time

who shall enter on board sudi Shipor said Pilots half pilotage only'.shaH be paid; or other evidence of his being allowed to.time, shall constitute a Committee of
Vessel, as one bf his Crete, or other- if a Pilot does not tender his setvice outside freely to depart from die port whence Finance" .
,
wise carry away shy such Soldier, or the bar of the said North-West passage = he came, (if any is usually granted at such Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That
shall refuse to deliver him up.to the ordersof then he shall not claim pilotage or place,)shall be liable to enter into bonds in it hallo thti duly.of the said CommUtco\
his Commanding Officer, shall Upon j half piltitagc. the (sum of $1,000 with good security, to to examtne and audit all bills or accounts
Legal conviction; be fined, at the discre- Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall be approved of by the President of the presented a against the Council; to examine
tion of any Cburt havign cognlratice of tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peate! td do- the accounts of Treasurer ttnd Marshal,

the same, in. any sum nbt Exceeding alongside shall be accepted,and if refused, pdft from the Island within such time as and make reports quatterly as to the stato
Three Hundred Dollars ; or bb imprisoned, the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received may be deemed reasonable, or on failurebe of the Financed.
any term not exceeding: one year," !half pilotage. committed to jail. D. C. FINKIIAM,
-. Sec. 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That Pres Extracto de un Ldv de Los or more vessels, it shall be 'his duty to the several fines and penalties herein enacted II. s. WATEHHOUSK,

Estados Unidos con fe- visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of may be reccfe'red before the President ('It"rI.
distress be exhibited on one more remote: of the Town Council or any Justice
cha4 del 16 de MarzO, and lily Pilot failing to comply with this of the Pcace.OnDENANZA. CIRCULAR.Office .
provision shall forfeit his Branchi of American and Foreign Agency for
1802. Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the --No. 9.
PUDLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
SECCION Xpfc Town Council,of incapacity or negligence;, ,Arreglando, lat introduction, de Pasagcros all persons whom it may concern, having
shall, upon conviction, bb deprived of his ,Estrangcros, en cl Pueblo de Cayo Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &c. payableor
? Persona alguna quien procure o' as- Branch. recoverable abroad that this Agency baa
isti el huir de algun SOLD DO de Les Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Hucso. established, under the special auspices and
Bfitados Unities, o' quien compra de al by this Ordinance shall be recovered before Por cuantd, varies criminates, delin- patronage of distinguished individuals in
gun Soldado BUS Armas,bestido do Uni- the President of the Town Council allowing cucntcs contra las !eyes del pais de dondc this country, a regular correspondence with
de el tlll vinicron ban sKlo introducido9 en csto eminent Bankers,&c. in the principal ports .
formi o' qualesquera parto ; algun to the parties, in all instances, an ,
. Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna appeal to the Council. Puerto, precedences do otrds esjtrangcros, and mercial capitals relation of foreign with governments the United in States com;

Fragata o' Barco quo sea, o' quien se Sec 13. When a lilotshall go on board y como la cohtinUacio'h de scmejnntcs err I through the medium whereof such valid
I
cmbarca en ella Conic Marinero, o1 de ofd veSscls he shall exhibit his Branch, and tradaS pucdcil ser otentiidaa cotno de inju- Claims as,may be confided thereto, will bo
qilalesquera modo Ileva Conaijo algun shall also furnish the Master or Commander riosas consccuenCias pars la comunidad, I expedited for settlement, and promptly and
Soldado o1 quien deja de entregar el of said vessel with a copy of this Ordinance a mcnos quo medidas no scan lemadas Para eflectively recovered, when furnished by
dicho Soldado b la otden del Oficial l rcrncdiarlas: the claimants with the suitable legal proofs

:Mandando, sera obligado a pagar una Sec 14. The following-rates of Pilot. Portanto sc ordena por el Presidfntc y apd vouchers, together with the requisito
Corte Miembros del Cabildo Que dcsdo el Power of Attorney, to be taken and acknowledged -
, tpnlta Sogun ladescrecion de la quo tage are allowed : pri- before Judge of a Court of
tenga conocimiento del rnismo, en qua. On a vessel drawing 5 feet, gt 00 mero del mes de Novicmbre proximo, en Record or other competent any chit magistrate -
k squera suma no aiehdo ariba de Tres G" 900 udclonte el Capitan de.cualquier a Buque municipal authority, or notary pub-
t cientos pesos o* pucsto en la pricion *J II 1000 cntrando de.algun Puerto o lugar estrangero lic; and the whole duly authenticated by the
i por un tcrmino no siendo ariba d6 un 8 1200 a el de Cayo Hueso, ha de manifestar Governor of the state or territory in which
anu." u 9 1350 al Escribicntc del Cabildo clnumcrbde pa- the sa.me may be perfected, and legalizedby
I., 10". 1500 sageros, no ciudadanos de los EstaUos' u- the appropriate Foreign Consul.
I 11" 1650 nidos, ni vecinos del Pueblo de Cayo Htie- lIaing.abo established a similar correspondence -
NOTICE.
.
I throughout the United States and
ha do al TcsOrcro cads
12" 1800 so; y pagar por pa-
British AmeriCa he like claims for
f citizen who may apprehend a DE-- Un Peso ; recov-
; ANY from the U. States' Troops, c. 13 1950 sagero ery, in any part.thereo/.respeetivejr) will
: and deliver him over to an Officer of the M <. 2300 See. 2! El Caplfan( de cualquier aBuquc bt.received, and efficiently attepded to in
. Army, will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN 16 ci 27001C faltando a manifestar dentro de 24 horns Ics behalf of American, as well as Foreign
DOLLARS for each Deserter thtis secured.J. 3200 pues de la entrada de dicho Buquc, ha doser claimants .
M. GLASSELL; 17" 3600 multado y pagara ademas do la puma Orders for the ,investment ,.funds. on
Major Commanding 18 4000 onto dicha por cada pasagero Cinco pesos' mortgage of freehold<< property, or in tho,
Key West. April 27, 1831 3i 'I 19" 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun pasagero cstrangcro de purchase of public securities in the United

OFFICE OF THE 20.e 5000 algun Buque ha do ser permitido descm- State.;Pennsylvania Canall.oan., Ohio of he, &c.States punctuallyand of New

BRITISH VJCE- ONSULAT 21 5500 barcar en el Puerto do Cayo Huesp,amcnos faithful'y executed.

And Agent for Lloyds, Tendon, and the 22" 60 00 que no haiga publicamentc y librcmcnto Applications addressed to this
23" -6500 salido del lugar do su proccdettcia, f ileac cases requiring the investigation of clams,
Association of Underwriters, Liverpool, 24" 7000 I en su poder pasaporte o otra tcstimoliio tal starch oC. records' or the intervention of legal

'NO. 3, FRO T-8TREET. Sec. 15. When} a Pilot shall bo detained cual como los que sc conceders en: cl Puerto, proceedings, should be accompaniedwith
Office'hours from 9 A. M, to S o'clock p. M. on board any vessel after she has arrived de su proceJencia purmiticndolo su salidd. an adequate remittance todefray the.
preliminary' charges and disbursements attending
tf Key WestjSOth April, 1831. in the harbour, at the request of he Sec. 4. El Capitan do alguu Buque quo the same; and all letters must be
Commander said vessel said traiga dentro del Puerto do Cayo Hucso al.
Master or of addressed (post paid) to the undersigned
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive gun pasagcr6 que hdygti salido clandestina- (Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the U
Three Dollars for every such day. mente de algun lugar y quo no ppsea pasa- States,) in the Office of the Agency, 49
the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n pofte' o otto tcstimonio do haber sido permitido Wall street New Y ,rk.
time he obtains the su silida permltiendole' dEembarcarsin AARON it{ PALMEH.Actuary.
Branch, shall, at the Y
ed Get 15 1831.
I TreasurerTEN pcrmiso primer6 bbtcnido del Cabildo, -
same, pay into the hands of the THE CITY UAZKTTE,
: DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk ha do ser multado y pdgara por cada pasa AND COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER
ORDINANCE. 0. for issuing the same. gero asi descmbarcardo Cincucnta Pesos. A Journal of Commerce, Science, Literature
To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of Sec. 5. Quo cualquier paaagero cstran and the Arts.
the this Ordi- gero desembarcando dentro del Puerto de 1IY SIMMS & UURYKA.
Be it ordained by the Council of Ordinances, militating against
Cayo Hucso,Bin penniso primero obtenidodel tilE CITY GAZETTE is one of the
Totcn of Key West, That when tiny per- nance, ore hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.
el oldest Journal in the U.
existing State
the Cabildo o sin tener pa8aporte'nCCCB-
shall be desirous of having situationof \ -
son testimonio de haber sido Under proprietort.its) course with few
sario o permi- many
Fort shall 9. otrp
Branch Pilot of this lie present
tido salir libremente del Puerto de su exceptions, have always been Americanand
pro
to the Council a written petition; whereupon Regulating the introduction Foreigners j ppuar.! Of late years, from neglectmore
ombre ha do
cedencia si cost en tA)lugar)
it shall be theduty of the Council to ap- into the Town of Key tV tit. I ( cs la than any other cause,its influence and'
ser sujeto a entrar en obligation en suma had
a'cotnmiUee of three competent patronage tisiblydeclined. Within the
point per-
sons to make enquiry into the qualificatIon. WHEREAS several criminals, offenders a- de$000 con buena fianza quo csto approbado last year however, the present proprietors
and fitness of the persons applying, and res gainst the laws of the country whence por el Presidente del Cabildo o un juezdo having entered upon a course of policy,
thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, halo lately arrived at Key paz para que saiga de la Ysla,dentro de! more consistent with the politics of the
port of the board when the of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con- tiempo como sera considcrado razonabla o South, and having made numerous additions
,
petitioner shall bo acted on: prayer all Pilots ap- tinuance of such arrivals will be attended en faitando sera conducido a la carccl. to the mechanical improvements it in of their and
establishment fitting put a new
by
pointed shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to Sec. 0. Que las nmltos aqui ordanadas, handsome type, and on a larger sheet and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient tho community, unks means be takento pueden ser cobradas por el Prcsidente del better description of paper than heretofore;

, security for the faithful performance of their prevent them Cabildo o pot un juez de'paatORDINANCENo. lay claim to, and hare been favored with a
! duty. Be it therefore ordained; by the President -. large and proportional increase of. patron
and Members the Tbtrn Council 10. age, including new' subscriptions aid genet
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, Key West That from and after rat advertising. Within the last year, their
of For the introduction Cholera
shall have and Boat sufficiently large preventing of
use a the first of November next, the Masterof list of patrons bas been swollen by an accession -
day
f o enable them to proceed over the Reefand into the Town of Key West. of more than Three Iluru red Citizens
vessel from
arriving a foreign portor
render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel re- I place any at the port of leyV cst, shall WHEREAS a certain disease, known by the to which new names are witrTUttle
almost added. The
the exception, daily
quiring fame make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at pre- order the better merit that pro-
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 Council, of the number of passengers onboard sent prevailing in the Northern parts of prietcrs.in of which, it is equally their encouragement -

feet of water entering .t.isPort, except fishing I not citizens of the United States, Europe,of the most fatal character and pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so much
smack, wrecking vessels and vessels : nor residents of the Town of Key West; as such disease may bo'introduced into tact been received, from their friends and
tinder charge of wreckers, shall pay the : and mall pay to the Treasurer one dollar our own ports by vessels trading with fellow cit %eDl- 'bate established in counec
rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. for every passenger aforesaid. that quarter of the Globe: tion with their office of business, a spacious

4. If a Pilot does not board or offer Sec. 2. Be it further ordained; Thtt Be it therefore ordained, by the President Heading Room, in which, the chief Public
Journals find their and
Ma services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing 6f neglecting ( and Members of the Town Council filed, from all the States way in are our Union.carefully-
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of to make such report within 24 hours I of Key West, That aQ vessels arriving This room is free with all its facilities,without -
The Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel shall forfeit from ports or places, where the raid1 disease charge, to all patrons of the Gazette.A .
so hoarding or offering his services,shall be and pay the sum of five dollars, in addition exists, shall bo taken by the Pilots' of the regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform
entitled to only half ;pilotage; and if said to the sum aforesaid required for each port, without their going on board, to the and upon a fine paper suitableor
Pilot does nut board said vessel 'till the passenger.Sec. Quarantine Ground, northward and westward correspondence, carefully collected,
Light-House on Key West is distant not 3. Be it further ordained, Thatno o! Fleming's Key: ;-ttore to remain with the most correct estimate of the true
and
them
markets,
condition of the
more than two miles, and then bears E.N. foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the rt advantageous terms to ail put that upon come
E.no pilotage shall be claimed. shall be permitted to land within the Council Sec. B. All vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of K.ey West, unless be Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That of the proprietors. Tbeir Heading Room,
water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely and openly departed from while it shall be thought necessary by the where the earliest information may be bad,
,refusing to receive pilot outside of tho place whence he came, and have in his aid Health Officer, that audi vessel or vc! is free alike to patrons, strangers in tbe city -
the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his services possession a passport, or such other papers stile should perform quarantine, no intercourse and masters of vessels trading: to this
the whence whatever shall be held with the port. To these Unprovenicots, they pnake
shall be liable to pay full pilotage; as are usually granted at port additions
but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two be came, permitting him to depart there Town Island of Key West, but by permission man daily of leisure ,and affording business, facilities, alike hitherto to the

tnilesof the Light-houseon Key West,the from. and under the direction of the unknown- SIMMS DURYEA
taM light bearing 12. N. K. the said vesselshall Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That President and Health Officer; and all per. Nol Broad street, Charleston.VSatiser1ptlons'received .
F1 half pilotage. thn Master of any ship or,.em-l/who ehaU eorw ivhf shall hold any intercourse with ( at this officedttenfion

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ciurui-Au country set apart and allotted'to-t U, "scurr,
PROSPECTUS t.ylprt. less formidable than the certainty of being al tribes of Indians established beyond the

., as 0r TMK trampled by those with) whom we have con- TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.: limits of the States, under treaties made

TATliiltlGIITS AND FREE TRADEs federated at home. Hence is isvitallyiimportantthat -k THEASURY DEPARTMENT'. with the said Indian Tribcn by the United
*u <<
/, EVENIN G' POST.K.- ,, I the power should b'e sustained .. "\: April 5th,: 1831 Stales the Commanding: officers: uf the so

t"'; ': npt HE establishment, in Charleston.of'an, which! alone can compel astrictconslruction Silt veral posts oh tie'frodtiers are chjoihej' f.,

\' JL additional: Newspaper devoted {& tho of the' Charter.' That power'tcsides with Representations, !hate been made to thisDepartment see that the provisions of the act above r'
it the
is State
each Slate Sovereignty l hided to be enforced in relation to the
support of their principles, has: been deemed by some of our Consuls, and re-
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and Right of sovereign uitetpositiont'to'arrest that the crews of UnitedSlates .moval of the said unlawful settlers: takin}*
other
the usurpation Federal agents. The existence persons, for their guide in the execution of the ;
FREE TRADE ". ,nTY. ,In pursuanceof merchant vessels hav0 been discharged said
of this right as the conservativeprinciple duty, the act above referred in. .
this dcte'rirtination, TUB EVENING 1 in foreign ports by their commanders, .
POST will bo commenced as a daily Ere* of bur Constitution is no new doctrine without complying with the provision of. Uy order of ALEXANDER MACOMII: ,

nidg Journal, ltd soon as the requisite office and was it is asserted coevawith by its our founders Federal and polity con-, the act of Congress of the 28th of Fcbrua'1ry >* Maj. Gch. Commanding the Army,

arrangements can be cdmpldtcd. This principle is 1803. Your attention is, therefore,, Jt. JOl'\l: ,
tenets to which the Eve temporary expositors. with -. 6-tf. Adj. Qp,
:The political the characteristic feature proudly distin- specially called to this subject, a request ?

ning Post will be devoted, are so familiarto guishing from other Republics not Federal that i idcrcascd Vigilante' may be ex- APPROBATORY TfcSTlMdNIALs"Ol4
this community t hire'been so long"'the ours 'future infractions of the
erted to prevent
latter
in their elements. In the a TilE ,
prominent subject of 'discussion by the Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of"pub- law; and it is .x'pectetllJlat you,,will require UNIVERSAL' MARINE TELEGRAH)
press-and have been so often and triumphantly is cdnstrued and varies with satisfactory evidence Ahat Ihferfc .l has
lic opinion; by -
vindicated the first mlnds,iri. bur .
by the changing' will of a majority ; while in been a strict compliun ,wilh Jhejeq'uiSitionsof REPORT of the Committee of Observation
State, and in the Federal councils, that it it the forcgoing'actin! each, case, before '
our Republic a guardian powcr.prcservcs of the Boston Marine Society to
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more of action. the bond of the master, required by wiornthe
than the following exposition', 'vhich is offered as a permanent rule' section thereof be allowed "to be systemof Marine Signals Telegraphic
; such the first ,
formal recognition of a righton
in licit of a more detailed political creed. The Flags was referred, having carefully cxatn-: ,
cancelled:
; of the Chartcrwortlfl have been
the face 'i Ine1 'Signnls, and experienced their
Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate nti-
I ,
superfluous, in as much as it resulted neces- am, respectfully % lit) at sea, recommend, the same
of enlightened policy'as a privilege to'uauticfil
an : between Your obedient servant; ,
of -
from the formation a 'compact '
of the which impartial justice sarily Brethren", asbcing'tnore extensive and caA
people, S. P. INGIIA r
'
sovereigns having no ;
requires from tbd.rulers of every country independent As a feature of our political Secretary of the Trc'liir! }. star distinguished' bah "ahy, "Signals trier11:1ve
umpire.
common ever fcecnih'lfselb this
and right which, in ours, is guaranteed country, and
a ,
as is of political, not a To the Collector of the Customs.,
course a
system.it feel confident that'c'veYy who '
by the Constitution. 'The framers of that one, -will giy ib'bih
Formed for the protection Circular to Collectors of the Customs.
venerated instrument withheld from the rerblutlonary.right. | a fair trial, wilt bq conVmccd thai

Federal the td protect manu- of a minority from the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, > they are Very useful atid valuable Invention"Thb.Cuhimittce
agents power the Federal authorities themselves and May 14, 1831, f'
factures by restrictive duties ; it has been I. : hd>:ihg also Isxamihed Hit,
of the revenue from the usurpation of a majority exercised fern : It haS been ascertained that the depreciated methOd ohiling'the Signals iii'.this! Harbor
usurped! by a perversion ,
and its exercise, involving sectional through the subserviency of those authorities currencies! of foreign countries are fully satisfied, tllat'any inftirmalion.f that
,
power _
the Constitution,itself needed a protectton.Reliance have been variously estimated the different -
opprcstfUn for sectional aggrandisement, may be required, may be colrihmnicalcJ ii
: for that protection surely wa notplaced Custom louses of the United States recefve from-: vessel
Las, necessarilysproditced a sectional exasperation any (liling'tii'6'Signal-
which endangers the permanency in either of the parties: plains whomit owing, partly, to defective information as apfroachlrt; the tighMlouse,' with the
was provided as a shield. The Supreme to the true value of such currencies
specie ,
of thc'Union. It is impossible tbat the in' greatest .ease, 'correctflessriod det.pat!,
Court being one of the Federal agents, was and partly to an erroneous practice of com-
jured[ parties can tolerate legislation BO manifestly and that their merits: : rioJfed.'S'nly to be fully
not, therefore, entrusted wit'u its political putinglheir valuo according to the >fexcha.nge
its a.tes'!
unjust and unequal in operation. known, to be, duly app'rociat'tfl..SAMUEL \ .
Nor could he of the :
guardianship. engine with England, and reducing the
Without first.providg4 which is impossible, M. HbLLAND
the ballot box-haVe been ,
that the bcnrfitsof the protection arc equally majority- con sterling! value of depreciated currency i President of the Cbmmitteef t'li;?
sidered as the safeguard. The sectional Jritb of the United States withoutregard
to all the States -it money 1
apportioned is a gross Boston Marine! S .
minority can exert no influence/ on the representation to the different betiVcen the legal ciety.TJlo1As
absurdity to contend that ,the burdens of Efthitsh, She "*
the Tariff press equally Upon all. If, then, of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling,money in U. --,

it'be a tax on consumption exclusively, as responsibility representatives! butsccurcs : States' currency. iTo avoid such discrepancies To 'Shipitiasters'aiiSt 'Oicns'nf, \rcsssci"
its defenders vainly its operation is their fidelity to their respective constituents and errors in future, the: President #;

glaringly unequal argue, and it bcCbmes no and the representatives: of a minoritycan directs that whenever! invoices arc made The extensive adoption Of the Marine
yet
free people to submit to its unauthorised effect nothing! against the antagonist out in a currency'the value of which is not' Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all descriptions -

exactions. Much jess is it to be tolerated, ,iftteycs which the representative of a majority fixed by the laws of the U. States, you will throughout tho Union.Jiias! rendered -

when it h evident' that we are not only arbitrarily ; may bo compelled by their constitu-, require from the importer a certificate from it expedient to establish Agencies vas

'taxed as consumers, hut that the cots to enforce in utter disregard of the the United State Consul, if there be one, riotta Seaports, whcrd .ncgi8try.Officc* are ,

inevitable result of the protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation of th true valueof kept fbr the.,purpose of entering Vcssel'r

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin the Constitution is at thedis-, such currency in Spanish or United States and furhislijii! (sets of Flags;.Signal :Books;,

the prostration of our agricultural! inte crc'tiOn of a majority, and must be,quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem and designating numbers.ShipMnstcrs'bc '

surrendered to their wisdom and justice. duties according to such value ; or,- in (lie their Teturn'frem'SeM

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

our resistance, that others'are blindly !submitting of tljc 'two hotiscs of Congress-our .said 'valne from the prices current, of the uiidcrmcntionc'd Agents,tu hafo 1

to the evils, which are overwhelming frame of government no where recognizes and such Oilier authentic sources of informa- inserted therein all the.new entries of dcsi?

them in common with ourselves. the consolidating that the will of a majority tion as may bo within your reach, & chargethe nating numbers which' may have occurred

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

wo arc awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people ; a majority will' give public notice of the directions desired to shew their designating numbers

of our situation, it behoves us to leave of Senators representing States' the herein} t=Contained to the consular certifi- .rlin from. the Port.
PortlandIoston
no effort untried until we shall have repelled aggregate of whoso population area minority caje ; and that uniformity may be hereafter of NcwYorkYBaltimorc'

the invasion of our liberties. The Evening Cf.t whole people, may reject a measure secured at all the Custom Houses you will Charlestoh and, Sand ey.l By conforming

Post will, therefore, exhort to resistance of Uhariiirtdusly pas'le4by: the representative forward to, 'this Department, once a'month, to this partHular..thetr: Vcsse1.snIl bfc reported

tho Tariff, as the most prominent enormityof of the people in tlid other House-and a statement of the rate's at which tho currencies by, thd Tolcgraphl

that "American System," which has been vice versa, a bare majority' in the olhe'rhouse aforesaid arc thus estimated, at each AGENTI4.LEMUELMbeiiY,7.

built up on the ruins of the Free System may reject a nieasuro!' passed by the port, from whence goods are imported and : (..".i

bequeathed us' by our fathers, and which, if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in such t Currencies. In all'bases of -T Observatory,' Portland.

established! as the settled policy of tho coun- the States in the Senate-The President, a doubt as to the value of such currency, you I Jtmrt"R. PAnKtn.

try, must, in the end, either sever the,bondof single individual, may put his veto t>h the will apply to "the Ticasury Department for t tbseFv'atoryBoston,,
Union deliberate act of both Houses and the Jud- J information. I am, respectfully}) JOlIN ,
,tor molt down and consolidate your obe-' <1" ,.;u liRLN':, .' '
State Bovcieigntics into one limitless, irresponsible ges of the Supreme Court, ,holding office dient servant, S. I). INGIIAM, Telegraph. at the Dattery, Ncri' York ,

despotism. Tho Evening Post not by election but by appointment, mays Secretary of the Treasury. THOMAS NEII.SON, .
t aside tIle concurrent enactments of' ,
\ ;
will Internal Exchange Baltimore;
oppose Improvement as unconstitutional OFFICIAL CIRCULAR
as an engine of favoritism, House, Senate, and President. The power JAMES M. ELFOUD,
to protect the Constitution could not NAVY DEPART.ME.VT, I "
sectional .
as a source of robbery as creating Chaijeston.THOMAS' )
a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, 1031. ; EASTIN, ,_
majority from which the danger violationwas SIR,-In consequence! of recent occurrences
taxation-it will oppose the rechartoring -KeyVeM 1 '
of the United States Dank as manifestly s_apprehended. It would have been indeed in the service, your attention is invited ,

unconstitutional, and as prolonging! the existence committing the keys of thchbuse! to to two subjects, where the laws now'regtrta'tethe SOUTHERN REVIEW:
the safe-keeping of those,,distrust of wlrom rights and of all
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was wisely left with the several State'' discretion, in the 'exercise ,of which it
Revenue, as a, scheme of barefaced, three years to publish thfc+ bvTitftttrv Rr.
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Union prescribes lie present a_ the proper rised and irregular action. it are, that when any pbrtiqnof the Navy leave earnestly to solicit the patronage o*
So far as a congeniality of views exist furnishes relief tp American
crisis for making'a! determined! uncompromising may vessels, those who think the Review
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pf
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each other in irrecon- and Free Trade Party;" and as the supportof be, and long has been one great object of
arc organised agilnst Esq. with lu'm! in lute publication! o'Oh.
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no
cilable conflict-before, blinded by their compensation of Review, who will''conduct' the
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States the support of men. its humble.a'id will be any kind should either be asked or received. thence, establish collect correspon-
agencies
and receive
shall regard as undoubted right their undue zealously contributed to extend the person- The other subject, and our wishes upon and .
subscriptions
attend
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maintain at all hazards the tyrannous prin- vancumcut of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws concerning punishments ting the Review, excep.
themselves to the good cause which is iden- in the and the.typographical department:, ';
ciplo that "public opinion, or the will of a Navy, whenever those laws Ihc subscriber
hastho
tified with the value of the Union and the allow a,discretion in.the satisfaction'als'i)
above the Constitution choice of '
nano city, is a power ; .punishments to that
aanbuu e
and before the victim sovereignties in minority liberty and honor of South Carolina* Its the first resort, in the case: of offen- whom the Review Hugh has St Legare.Esq/Jb\\'Ctl,(to

goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation with ,these will be embarrassed ces by seamen, is recommended to be always much) has consented 1ttLerta &rt
to be nss jatt>d with'the
very aspirations: for liberty be<< extinct)shall by a personal pledge to no can- had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace editor
Elliott in
Stephen the liter
didate Esq.
rise'in desperation and abolish a frame of for the Presidency, or any other and other mild corrections, rather nry .
office. department of this journal. :
government too much shattered to be recog- than to thQ humiliating practice of whipping I .(subscribers
In who ar nised as that for which they originally stip- maintaining its ground amid the conflicts and that never on the same day, by will be
of party it will be the aim of the Eve- punishing under officer's pleased to make payment fo J. B.
ulated, and which inveterate sectional hatred au o-vn authority
Irving and
shall then' render it impossible ever ning Post to -preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripe, limited their: Esq. tlie.new subscribers will
.Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law be exceeded pay sl'ib"crip1ib'iis'mc'\vjse't hitn; p
again to compose and re-edify. The South in number; or he is alone authorized receive *
the belief that tho legitimate ends of be inflicted to them.
once roused tq a full sense of her wrongs, newspaper otherwise thm.ia: the presenceand
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; discussion are best subserved,by firm unJcr the sanction of the commanding A.E. MILLER, *

and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution ness without viglence, aDd,zeal without iri- cfficer: of the vessel or station. No 4 Broad street; CharIestoa.sjT .

even jf'strictly observed the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by officers I J votrit'I ;ut''
States acts of opponents it will exercise' rightof which it is .
are placed at decided disadvantage hoped their well known :
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; Once.leagucd for the resumption dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent undersigned: havingrccstibTrsljpahimself (

of rights, they will submit ao longer to a part of its career will ever justify the suspicion from becomhrp frequent, a system more remedial SION MERCHANT at Key WeSt, as a COMMIS
AND
system of indirect taxation, calculated to of its even partial adoption of the infamous should be adopted, by sentencing! toa GENERAL
maxim that all is fair in reduction AGENT offers his services to his friend
blind the the politics of
people to extent and inequality rank and pay onto a suspension and the public .
of their burdens-and they ,,,demand, Thedomestic con erns of ollr native State from promotion rather than to generally. .
suspension BROWNE'April
for thelrlaborin class a representation fully will bo carefully watched and the policy from active service, as persons, unfortunately F. A. :
*
equal: to that of tho laboring classes the advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour need 20, 1831

other States. The required concessionswill fur her pro 't'erit1. safe, abd economical most the corfilint: discipline .of active service lie offers for sale at his Ware House-' .:t'

be certainly refused by those by whom government. and when suspended tucfeflrom are oooo'feet White Pine Boards' -

the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated I While the Evening Post will be devoted left without employment under 10,000 first Quality Bricks .''
greater
by a calculation 6f pecuniary profit I to the promulgation of the political faith set temptation and opportunities for injurious 15 bbs) Baltimore prime reef! .. r*,

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

-and forever. The advocacy of State lectful of the practical details Commerce LEVI WOOJDDURY. 10 bags prime Coffee. <'T

Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy and Trade two branches of ioditstry which ---'
or Untoti.' must be most beneficially affected by the ORDKR-NO. 100 KEY WEST

With a'firm conviction of this importanttruth success of its doctrines. Great exertions HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY. SEG\R: iTANUFACToR!',

tho Evening 'Post will contend for will be made to perfect the 'departments AbiVTASr: ( W. H. WALL taies| tbis opportunity or
connected with commercial intelligence SEVERAL'S Or>i icE, '
the
Liberty-the Constitution-Union. For informing Public, that ho has est.blish'
and our merchants and tradesmen shall find Washington, May 5th-, 1831.
Liberty first as the first of national blessings ed A SWAn )f
Nt'PIaCTOHY tit West.
; for the Constitution which, secures it the readiest attention to all their'Yaota. and having been', to the ;Var Department He Key
imjiorls for
from domestic usurpation i ,and for the Uni- the warmest gratitude for all their favors. that contrary to the provisions To&arco this purpost tlie tfy best
of the from Havana
act, entitled II ,
An
on which act to
strengthens\ it against foreign ag- TERMS regulate
g sslou. Without a rigid observance Daily paper $10 per annum. Country Tribes trade intercourse with the Indian Segarsofthc: lest quality, and of every

the compact, tho Union must become a Uni- paper three times a week $3. ,", and to preserve peace on the frontiers description may be had at 'his tablbhmen

60 without ,and the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. white approved March the 30th, 1CW, several 0,- All orders in the shore JinP wih.,

of subjugation from abroadis infinitely Charleston, (S. C-> Oct. 3, 183' to eettlo themselves persons with the intention there meet the earliest attention '
have
; entered into the '
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