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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 14, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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VOL. 1. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1832. NO. 28.

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THE:! GAZETTE. which equally flow from tho Alps or the Moor, tried the experiment of something coins in both metals should bo of sterling
EDITED BV Apcnincs, into tho same shallow sea. like -. n popular government. The Red Mjlut, and well struck lie encouragedthe
B. 1*. STROBEL The natural consequence of a current ofa Ring, however, was received at Granada, production nnd manufacture of silk! ,
river meeting tho'waters of any brood ba- and soon l became as popular in the'city as- till the t fabric of Granada exceeded that of
And published THOMAS on every. Wednesday. by sin, and where there is no base of rock, is he deserved to be; for the people perceivedthat Syria. lie attended carefully to the educa.
N JEFFREYS.TEKM
tho formation, at or near the spot where the ho was temperate in his life, frugal in tion of his three sons; and he amused his

, $-$5. per annum-payable in opposing actions are neutralized, of a bank, his court, magnificent in his public works, intervals of leisure with gardening and
Advance., which is technically called a bar. The anti provident in his government. He with reading history, or hearing it read.
Advertisements inserted at one dollar coast of the Union furnishes! constant cvi strengthened tho frontiers, repaired the Dining Ferdinand's life tile peace con-
per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for every succeeding time, till ordered having its bar, with channels that arc colleges, hospitals for the sick, retreats fur asa further matk voluntary respect to
to bo stopped. often shifted, by the freshets, the gales, 01 the poor, the old and the Granger public his memory, sent always,on the anniversary
tho tides. The constant and powerful VJI-| ovens, baths and slaughter houses-adornd of his death, and hundred men with an
POETRY. eration of the south-eastern winds on one <' the city with fountains, and secured the hundred large tapers of while wax, to be
side, with tho periodical: increase of the: Alpine fertility of the adjacent country\ by abundant placed about/ his tomh. The treaty was rene -
From. tbo Edinborough Literary Gazette. streams on the other, have ronveited watei-courses These things couldnot \\ed with Alonso the \Viso; "but the
FADED WILD FLOWERS. this bar at theentrnnceof Venetian Logunrs bo done without laying an additional Red King," so his historian says, "knew
Farewell, faded flowers. into a succession of long, low, san impost upon the ]people; but it was paid that the Christinns, being natural' (manic?
That on the ye cold ground lie; dy islands, which extend in a direct line, wiJmgl: )",Lecause they paw that: time re\cnuc of the Moors, would,upon slight occasion,
I How gay yo smiled nearly across the mouth of the Gull. The *as well expended, and f felt the benefit ofa be moved to injure them! ; that wormwoodand
\ 'Mid the brown wild, waters of the rivers have necessarily cut a well' directed expenditure. Alahmnrhim coloqumtida never loose their bitterness -
'Ncath! Summer's painted sky!- few channels for their passage or, what i is rely inspected the schools, college, hospitals and that it in vain to look for grapes
Passed hath! your bloom away: now a lagune, would long since have he- and ulmsliouses! and' administered jus- from the bramble," Doing, tliercfoic, not
Your stalks the are sere and bent; come a lake. Another thousand years mayso tice in person' to rich und poor twice in eve. ns he wished,but as he expected to be clone
On The rain howling blast far change the character of this extinor ry week He had but few women in his hy, ho took what seemed to he a favorable

From the dim sweeps firmament past! dinary estuary, as to convert the channelsof harem, and seldom saw them, taking care, opportunity' for breaking the treaty, jet cuns
the bay into rivers,and the muddy banks however, that they should havo every enjoyment to lesenoa plausible: ground for renewing -
1 think me of your pride, into marshes and meadows, resembling compatible with their condition.His it, if the necessity which in his heart
When with
Then Zephyr sigh came to know Spring; those that are now seen for so many leagues wins were daughters of tho principal he deprecated, should occur. The scheme
What wreck and woo inland chieftains his dominions: tlit'5tdlt'treot- failed, because certainValies rebelled against -
A few brief months may bring-! Tlio low margin: of sand that, in truth, ed! with great altccnon, and it is remarked lahmar; and to set against the loss
Emblems of human fate, pivesnll its maritime security to time port of that he kept them upon amicable terms of Xerez. iilonia, Rota, Solucar, Ncbrissn,
Ye and fair Venice and the is called the Lido with each other for which all his .
say, "Though bright Lagunes:, addresswas and Arcos, he had only the melancholy ad'
, Life's morning be, di i Palestrino.: It has been artificially required : this is the observation of aloor vantage: of increasing the population of
I Its eve may seeThe connected and seemed, in many places, .\ who, with all that \\ ledge of the iranada and ils more immediate territory,
clouds of grief and care! and the wall of tho Lido (literally the evils arising from polygamy, which his em- by the miserable refugees from those; places.
In you I scan the fate beach,) though incomplete, like most of plojment of a historian must have given Some intrigues on the part of Alonso's
Life's- Runniest hopes have met, the great and vaunted works of the other given him, probably never entertained a queen, Violanteoccasioned by envy of her
When Alas Youth's how bright noon, hemisphere, and more particularly of Italy I doubt concerning the propriety of such a sister, aflbrdcd him, according to thcso
!
For Sorrow's( soon ) set.- ranks with the mole of Ancona, and tie : system. Moorish accounts' the opportunity he want-

Yes! joy by joy tempests decayed, sea-wall I of Cherbourg. The hundred lit I'' But although Alahmar was, indeed, as he ed, of renewing limo peace. But he was
I-s ye did fade, sweet blooms, tlo islands which now contain the ruins of : is called, the single pillar of the Mahorri- I preparing ngiih to take advantage of tho
Leaving behind what, during the middle ages, was the mart I medan state in :Spain::; lIe found it hopeless) dissensions of the Cast llinn court, w'licn,
Upon the wind, of the Mediterranean, arc grouped together I to oppose Fertliuand: and having seen his at the great ago of eighty-one,he was sum-
Awhile, your soft perfumes.As within cannon-shot of the natural harri native place, Argona, taken, and slide-red: a moned to his account NO king vyas evermore
waned each blossom bight, er. Art has united with nature to turn the severe defeat during the siege of Jacn, ho sincerely or more justly lamented by
So doomed we're to depart whole to good account; and,apart from the f found no safer course than that of repairing Ins people. )His? body was'deposit\<) 'In a
Friend after frjend,- v influence of,moral causes, the rivalry of a to Ferdinand in his camp before that silver coffin,and a golden epitaph upon his
And each to rendA neighboring town, which has been fostered city, kissing his hand in token of submis- tomb proclaimed that lie had: been
fibre from the heart:- with political care, and the gradual fillingup and "Tho of Islam
Green Spring again shall bid / stun, trusting to generosity for terms strength ,
Your stems with bloom be crowned; of the waters, by the constant deposit : of (peace which might be rnduicd. The The ornament of the human race,
But, alas to man, of the streams, it would l bc difficult to imagine sense of humanity had long teen extmguiscd The glory of the Day and of the Night,
In earth's brief span, a more commodious, or a safer haven both in Moor and Christian, by the The Sword of Truth
No.eeond Spring comes round! when entered, than that which Venice af- intolerant and exasperated spirit with which Tire Lion of War,

Yes! friends who clomb Life's hill. fords, even to this hour. IIeirVars were carried on; but there still Time shower of "generosity! ,
Together, long ago, As all tho deeper| channel!' of the La- remained on both sides a high and chival- And the Dew of Mercy to his. People( !"
Are parted, and gunes have been preserved, the city is intersected rous sense! of honor. Ferdinand received ,
Their father's land in every direction, oy passage, him liberally; required from him a certain -- GAZET1'E. '
JN'o more their place shall know! which, from their appearance, are called yearly tribute, as also that Alahmar should THE ,
We see them not-nor hear them-- canals, but which, it. truth, are no more attend at the Cortes whenever he was summoned I ...
Among. the have garden bowers; than so many small natural branches of time with the Ricos Hombres of Castile, KEY WEST:

, They In bright decay passed away, sea. On the margin of these passages,the and that lie should assist him, when called WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 14, 1033.,
Like walls of the you, ye perished flowers! upon, wars a stipulated numberof -
:Mourn: not -wo meet again, out of the water, since economy of room horse; no surrender territory was ex Wo are not disposed at any time to be
Although we meet not here; i has caused their owners to extend their uctetJ. Granada had so lately been tributary captious, but wo cannot consent to havo
Turn ye above. possessions to the very verge of the chan- and Moors and Christiana, since he articles from
pilfered us, without noticing
Where Faith and Love nel, in the manner that quays and wharfs first appearance( of the Almoravides in
Taste Heaven's eternal year: are pushed into the streams in our own Spain had so often suspended' for a while tune theft. When We entered the fraterniiy -
'or though Time's winter bowel country. In many instances the islands their religious animosity, to act in concert we did hope, that a sense of justice and
The grey head to the clod, ,themselves were no more than banks, which
against a common enemy, that these terms conformity to etiquette would have indu
Dust goes to dust,. were periodically bare, and on all, the use
in Jess
t But, as we trust, were reality humiliating than they ced our elder brethren, to give us credit for
of has been
the
piles to
necessary support Alahmar thus averted the
The Spirit back to God! appear. having
the of information\ I however small
superincumbent loads of palaces, churches, immediate evils of war from his remaining quota ( )
and public monuments, under which, in the dominions, endeavored to mitigate its horrors which wo might be instrumental in bring-
MISCELLANEOUS. course of ages, the humble spits of sand where it was still carried on; and for ing before the public. We have abundant

i a have been mado to grnun. that (purpose requested Ferdinand to en- testimony to proyo that various articles, ori
; From the Bravo-a Novel by Cooper. 'fhe great frequency of the canals, and that tlhould stormed before
join no place In this
ginally published paper, have been
VENICE. attention of la-
means of persuasion had been tried and
;
bor. transferred to others either without creditor
Tho city of Venice stands on a cluster that when stormed, women and children
of low, sandy islands. It is probable that time buildings the facility of an approachby and old men should be spared,and as manyas as the contributions of correspondents;
tho country which lies nearest to the gulf water. But, while nearly every dwelling were unarmed and oll red no resistance: This-while it cannot materially benefit
if not the whole of the immense plain of has one of its fronts on a canal, there he himself by his messenger, advised sub- those papers, is serious injury to us;-our
Lombardy itself is of alluvial formation. are always communications by the rear mission where ho knew that defence would
of itself is
population, not sufficient to
with the interior of the It is
town.
. Whatever may have been the origin of that parts not avail; and Ferdinand not unwillingly
wide and fertile kingdom, the causes which a fault in most descriptions, that while the consented to a request, which it was not support! a paper,and wo must look abroadfor
\.. have given to the Laguncs their existence, stranger hears so much of the canals of only humane, but politic to grant. In obe- patronage-' -and it is only' by having our
and to Venice its unique and picturesque Venice, but little is said of her streets: dience to the terms )f this treaty, Alahmar paper brought to tho notice of the public,
foundation, are too apparent to be mistaken. still, narrow, paved,commodious and noiseless served with a force of cavalry at the siege through other Journals that
we can
Several torrents, which flow from the valleys passages, of this description, intersectall I of Seville. 'rhe. oslcrn, the historian expectits
says
tlio island which communicate witheach support We trust that a statement of
of the Alps, pour their tribute into then lost that beautiful city; its tow
the Adriatic at this point. Their waters other by means of a countless number ers and mosques were filled with crosses our grievance will be sufficient to induce

come charged with the debris of the moun of bridges. Though the hoof fcf a and idols, and the sepulchres of the faithful tho liberal minded to pursue.. a <<1i1fercntCOUI'lO
tains, pulverized nearly to their original horse, or tho rumbling of a wheel is never wtrcprof1med. The Red King saw but in future.Business .
elements. Released from the violence of heard :in these strait avenues, they are of too clearly that these aggrandizements and
the stream, these particles 'have necessarily great! resort for all the purposes of ordinary continual successes of the Spaniards must _.0-

been deposited in the gulf, at the spot intercourse. bring about at I Isngth the total ruin of tho for sometime past has been remarkably -
where they have first become subjected to Moors; but he had something more to com dull. We are pleased, in tho
the of the sea. Under the influence From a Foreign Review.CIARACI'lR fort him than tile
power sad consolation of a fatal- mean time, to observe that the inhabitants
of counteracting currents, eddies, OF A MOORISH< ist's creed ; for he thought it likely'that on
and wares, the sands have been thrown into Alahmar,(so named, like William Rufus, some future change of kings, the Spanish generally are turning their attention to improvement -
submarine pile, until some of the banks from the color of his hair,) with whom the kingdoms might tall asunder as they had The Town Council have entered -t
have arisen above the surface, forming islands last of the Moorish dynasties commences, before done,and ho trusted that Providence into contract for filling up and level.
whose elevation has been gradually was a native of Argona, and of so humble would not abandon the faithful. In this ling Front Street and tho work is now
going
i ;uaii>?ntetl tyr the decay of vegetation. a birth that be had been a shepherd-upon state of mind lie returned to Granada, Several of our citizens
ghoce at the map will show that, while the which ocoasion a Spanish, or per haltS an where the people received 'him as their on. are engaged
Gulf of Venice is nqt literally, it is, prac- Arabian, proverb is remembered, that thereis friend and benefactor; and where they in clearing land with a view'to farming,
tically, considered with reference to the ef- no king who ii not derived firi-m a shepherd continued,as long as ho lived, to enjoy the in'which considerable progress has already
fect produced by the outh-cast wind called: stock. Ho was master of Argonaand great but dearly-purchased blessings of a been made. It is a matter, of some surprise
the Sirocco, at the head of the Adriatic. -aen when this wider scene was open- benevolent despotism. Ho commenced to us that more attention h*. not been
This accidental circumstance is probablythe ed to him| but Aben Hud's kingdom had that splendid building in tho Alhambra,
this
reason why the Lagunes have a more not been long enough established to hold which still remains to testify the taste as paid to subject; Will it be credited,
determined character at tho mouth of the together after his death; one chieftain rose well &s the magnificence of the Moorish that wo have depended almost exclusively

minor streams that empty themselves here, up with Niebla and Algarve, another with kings. lie caused mines of gold and silver upon the Island of Cuba for our supplies
tfran at the mouths of most: other rivers, Murcia and Seville, in an evil hour for the to 'bo worked; he was careful that his of fruit and vegetables-whilstf. pQsseseing

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(,"." ''"" J... ;... ,,.. the Schooner Thistle, proceeded t of' Cotton! and! succeeded :n 1 IJri gn a climate oquaJJy.favorablc to theirotkc shall bo( givett.by, baUot.'I;. .._."" 'ofesaid panywith; Brig to render her every<< nssis-' tho panic into the!: paid Port of Kry ivrsl
t ,:-: See; 4.B it further enacted, That theMayor it is that ;
lie That' arming Whcrcnpon prayed said cMton'
lion and land as can faxadvuy in his upon
good lance power. .
,, as and Aldermen of said city shall
trued ascertained her to be the making in all 121 bales, be condemned {
where? So far as they have been meet at such times, and at such places, alongside, lie of Boston, from Havana, n certain number of said bales tTrcrt'u111cn',
Tobacco Vegetables Limes and withip tire limits of said corporation as Brie halcyon, of
Cotton, with v.luab1ccargo of sugar, coflec, &c. by way salvage.:
the West India Fruit generally, have succeeded they may think proper, and their meetings bound a Antwerp. That lie proceeded at And whereas the Judge of paid Court fo
to
shall be poblic; and the Mayor and not said District i hath ordered nIl
well. Matters will be ordered differently the request and desireof the person in,coma directed! on
less than three Aldermen shall bb nctcssary the 3d in nt'xtfnr
assistance in hispower Monday April all
hereafter. We anticipate, at no for the transaction of I nand, to render every perrom.iconcerned
to form a quorum from her perilous tobccitcdandinlimntodli 1
relieve said Brig |< '
pur
lo
all of these ar-
very distant period, to have business. situation; Tnat by great exertionsand at the Court house at Key West,in Said Jjs.

- tides produced at home. Sec [j. Bo it further enacted said, That if labor, assisted by the crews: of the vessels Irict, to show cause, if any they hate, \\,11") .
of city
-4.0- the Mayor or any Merman aforesaid succeeded in'distbdrgmg a JudgmctiUhould not pass as prayed: Yoi.;
In the course of this week we visited the shall be absent more than two months the largo portion of, the cargo of saui 'Brig nntt arc therefore hereby an thoriacd; rm*,<))WfTl:
be
Salt Ponds, which: are now in 'operation; seat of ,sticfr Mayor or Alderman shall l her from total' dcstrtfctfori.. :J hat cd and strictly enjoined percmturily to cite
for 'time dccmdd to'be vacated,and on election shall saving succeeded as.-aforesaid in and admonish all persons >\.hatsoc\crllir
tho pans have been filled some and fivedays ffftcr they had,
bo ordered to fill such ,
vacancy fiAind that she ving or to 'hivei: ;>iy
pretending right
it
her afloat was title
considerable
,
with water, and evaporation to a notice. thereof shall be given getting
public I received much injury, and in this situation claim or interest in of to the said 12l
had
has taken place. There can be before the said election shall take place.!
] extent she brought by competent and bales cSlldn"aforcsaid ALy: all ]lojwfulvaV( ,
brit liltlo doubt of the success of the experiment Sec. 6. Be i i.t further enacted of,said That: it skilful persons was to the Port of. Key-West, means and onethoda,whcreby,this Monition

salt] having been formed in vety shall.bo order the election dtfly jof the for Mayor and Aldermen city where she was sold by an order of Coufi, may be made most public and notorious to
Mayor
considerable quantities by solar] evaporation, to at least an ten diys previous to the time and rt part of the proceeds of sale] is now bo and appear .al the time and place'-
hands of the Marshal of sai' Court, 1 oresaidbefore the Judge aforesaid,and also
in the
unaided by artificial means,on the site now hereinbefore prescribed for tbeir annual 1 c-
and that they are entitled, for their services to attend upon every session and sessionsto
In the I and if Mayor shall reft so or *
these ponds. course lection the
occupied by 16'order a'n'd advertise said election, rendered as aforesaid, to a liberal compensation be held there and from nitrite until a
of our walk, we observed a number of cavities : it neglect shall be the duly '6f thb clerk! 6f said incorporation by way of salvage;; and the same is definitive sentence shall JJG tcad apd pro.

in tho rocks along the shore borderingon to do so and if the clerk refuse prayed accordingly. I mulgcd irilhe, said business inclusively i ; if
;
the salt ponds, filled with salt. These i or neglect to do sty it shall and may And whereas tho-Judt e'of said, Court i them or any of them shall think it their duly
tides the citizens of said who for said District hath ordered anal direct so tp.do, to hear'ab5d6f by"and ipbrforrft
cavities have been overflown by high I be]lawful for city, and
I be entitled to vote for Mayor and ed on the 3d Monday in April next for all all singular uch judicial acts as ore
and the water remaining, has been evajxyratcd. Aldermen nay of said city, to assemble a at any persons concerned to bo cited and intimated neceSsary and by law required to be done

Wo gathered some of this saT, convenient place in said city, and appoint to appear at the Court House at Key-West' and exftcdilcd in the premises, and furtherto

which is of excellent quality. judges to conduct said election, and they in said District, to show cause, if any they do and, receive what unto law and jrtsticc

-o o- may then proceed to elect a Mayor and six havp, why judgment should not pass as shall appertain, under the pain of the law
letters received from You therefore hereby authoii- and contempt thereof-, the abs+crice
Shipwrecks.-By Aldermen, who shall be sworn into office prayed. are or. con
Havana, we are informed ,that tIle Packet by any Judge or Justice the Pcaco in the scdempowered and strictly enjoined peremptorily tumacy of them and every qf fheih in any
after which the and Alder to cite and admonish all persons wise notwithstanding: And \vlmtsocvcr.
Mayor
Cruz
Ship Lavinia, from verdj !bound to N. county; ,
men so elected, shall i immediately enter up- whatsoever interested, by all lawful ways, you shallxlo! the premises you s'halr.dulv
York, WAS wrecked a short time since on on.the! duties to be performed by them., means and, methods/ whireby .,this Monition certify unto the>. Judge aforesaid, at lifetime

theColorados] : Seventy thousand dollars, Sec,: i; Be it further enacted, That the may be made: most public and ntflorious and plate 'nfof\'S: lid, together wit If

in specie, together with the officers and: Mayor find Aldermen of shall >.to be and appear at the'tirrie and place these presents.]

crew were saved. The vessel waR totally have pourer authority to prevent and aforesaid before tho Judge aforesaid, and Witness the Hon. JAMES 'WEBB, Judge of
remove nuisances, to restrain and prohibit also to attend upon every session and stssiprs said Court for said District, this the 2Cih
lost I all sorts of gaming, to establish and regulate to be held there and from ihence until day of February, 1832.!

The British Barque Othello, of Jersey., markets, the safe keeping of weightsand a definitive sentence shall be read and JOE -YANCEY, Clcr.

from the Bay of Honduras, got ashorq on measures, to regulate streets, squares, ", prb'mu.hjed !in the aid business inclusively, -
Collin's Patch, near Duck Key, on TueS- and fences in said city tb license weigh if thenvuf'Or arty of them stroll think it their THEREFORE,,in pursuance of the Mo'nitionufyterthesca'lof

day,the 13th inst. She was boarded and ers', to regulate and appoint patrols, to pun- duty so td do', to' hear, abide by and pcrf.ifm : the District Court
Wm. Ross Wat- ish vagabonds,to erect and keep up wharves all and singular such judicial acts as arc of the United Stales of Amerifci for the
assisted by tho Schooners I to appoint pilots and regulate pilotage into necessary and by law required to be done Southern Judicial District of Flofr'/a; / to

lington, and Mary Ann, Appleby; she was the harbour of said city, and the entrances and expedited in the premises i and furtherto me directed and delivcrcdr"do hereby give


got off in about 7 hours,and, as we are informed into the saVne; to regulate the anchorage do and receive what unto law and' justice public noli 6 tp all pcrfftns in'any manner

has sustained no very material in- and.mooring' of vessels in said harbour, shat! .appertain,\Uucr the pain i of the law interested therein, that they be nnd appear
to tax and license billiard tables, to tax and contempt thereof, the absence or con- before the Coujt, Id be Iioldcn in and fur
jury.
... and license hawkers, pedlars and transient tumacy of them and every of them in anywise the said District at (tho Court House in
--. --- traders, to tax retailers'dry goods and notwithstanding: And t Whatsoever Key West, on the third Monday in April

BIARINE groceries; \ commission, merchants, and auctioneers you shall do in the' premisei,"you shall duly next, at ten o\lock in the forenoon of that
INTELLIGENCE. ; to tax free negroes, mulattoes and certify unto the Judge aforesaid; at tire day; then ant! there to interpose their claims

slaved-provided the tax on slaves shall not time and place aforesaid, together with, for the same, ond to make their allegations

PORT OF KEY WEST. exceed the Territorial tax on them; they these presents in support tliefcof.
-" shall have power to levy a tax on all tin- Witness the lIon; Jxftca \Vrnna Judge of L. M. STONE,
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. proved real estate within stud city, of not our said Court for said 'District,'tl113 28th : U. S. Marshal..f.,'. lJi:tricfl.

March 0. Schr. Swift, Quincey, 16 day more than one half of one pcrcentum up- day of February, 1832. Per THEODORE OWKNS,
from Baltimore, merchandise to master. I on its value, and one half of one percen- JOEL YANCEV, Chrl Dept. Marsha s.
10. Sloop Tickler, Woodward, Havana, turn on all unimproved Jots within said city, Key West, Feb. QCth,1832.i'oi .

ballast Sloop to Fair master.American, Burrows, Havana. I which unimproved lots shall be valued at THEUl'lFOilE know ye, to all whom it --- ----. .

13. fchr.l\foUo, Darker, Reef, ballast twenty-five dollars per acre,and said taxes; may concern, that in pursuance of the a- Sale
to'master. on real' estate shall be assessed by such person bove Monition from under the seal of the ;

Sloop Azelia, Anderson, from Char- or persons and ip such manner as the District Court of the United States of : Fishing Smacks: DREAD;
,
lotto's Harbour, consigned to Joseph Cottrell Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall America, for the Southern District of Tln AMERICAN, onclNUJl'1I
'
&; Co. deem most proper. They shall also have Florida, to me directed and delivered, I A I1 RIC.For terms and
CLEARED. power and authority to enforce all laws of do hereby give public notice to 'all persons -
9. Schr. particulars apply Jo .
March Daniel Webster Lewis !
'
the and their in manner interested therein that
'of ,
Territory
St. Marks, by master. own body regulations any JOSEPH;. COTTREl.L & Co.
10. Schr. Swift, Quincey, St. Marks by I ; the qfiaira'titine of vessels, and for they be and appear before the Coutt to be Key West, 22d Feb. 1'0"0. 25.,.', 2i i
master. the preservation of the health of said city. hodcn! in and S fort'!$ said D&tric't n't' ifie '

Sloop Tickler, \Vood'wardlIanna. They shall have power to appoint a health Court House in Key West, on the 3'd Monday -
Sloop Fair American, Burrows, Havana. officer and such other officers as they may in April neit, at" ten o'clock in tho NOtice
Schr. Temple Moore Havana.PASSENGERS. think necessary to carry into effect their forenoon of that day; thfn and there ,

law)and ordinances,and generally to provide interpose their claims for the sam ;tied peno&s indebted to the late Firm
In Schr. Lady Tompkins, for Pensacola, for the ,interior police and good government to make their allegations in support thereof.L. ALL COTTRELL & FITCH, arc re-
sailed 8th, Dr. Pock, of Oneida N. Y.
cty to make orbxjfore the
of said city. M. STONE, quested payment on .
Mr.S. Peck.of New York. In Schr.Temple ,
for Havana sailed 11th, F Browne Sec. 8. Be it further enacted; Thht so" 'U. S. Marshal' S. District. 15th March next. AccoTinUnatliqiuflatciJat
that time will be put info the hands of
and II. K. Newcomb, Esqn. of Key West.NE1V much of the said city ai i is now used und Per THEODORE OWENS, an Attorney for collection.

J. occupied by the United States for tho erec Dcpt. Marshal. Key West, 21 Feb. 1832. 252r
ADVERTISEMENTS.- tion of Barracks and for other purposes, is Key-West Feb. 28, 133'2.'file --
hereby declared to be without the jurisdiction -

AN ACT of said corporation,and not, subject to United States: of Ame Loggerhead Turtle Shell.THE .
of the laws and ordinances made for
any subscribers' will give a
Li-prieo
To incorporate e the City of Key West. :
the government of the same. rica.SOUTIICRN 500 Ibs. of the above article.!
Be it enacted' by tho Governor and Legislative Sec: 9. sip further, enacted, That all GEORGE E. WEAVER. & CO'
Council of the, Territory of Florida laws and ordinances of said city shall be JUDICIAL Df STRICT OF Key West, June U

That all the free white male inhabi- posted up at three or more ot the most FLORIDA, s. I
tants of that part of the Island of Key public'places in said city, at least three a U. S. QUARTER MASTERSOFFICE
within tho limits = To the .11ar8haZofthcSup"; r o for
comprehended
pre days before they shall take effect. ,
scribed by the plan of laid town, now on Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That the said District,Greeting: cfernerofF. A. Browned
file in the Clerk's office in the county of Mayor of said city shall have and exercise EDWARD CIIAXDLEII, NORTHEAST up stairs.

:Monroe, be and they are hereby Constituted all the powers cf a Justice of the Peace WHEREAS exhibited! his libel for Key West, Feb. 8, 1832. 23. .ifi ,
a body politic and corporate by the within said city, and shall be entitled to and on behalf of Joseph. Cornell &, Co. -
same and style of the City of Key West; receive the same fees in all cases which he Agent, &c. for<< 14mue1llurroaud, ,

and by their corporate name may sue and bo may bo called upon to determine.Sec. Mating, alleging and prop unuaing, that onFriday iJ U a
sued, plead and be Impleaded, grant and 11. And bent further enacted, That the third day of the present month i
receive donations,and do all other acts as the act entitled"An act to incorporate the said Burrows commanding, the Sloop Fair HENIJY GODtARD infortns.the pub-

natural persons,. and may purchase and Town of Key Wilt," passed the 8th of American, and <..ieorb'V ,' master West in the he has established Business.himself The at
hold] personal,real or mixed property, and of the f I .a"cd the Tickler Key Bakery : :
Nov. be the loop while
1838, and sani.e is: hereby relocated pursuing following articles, of the best quality can
of the for the benefit of
the
dispose sune and that this act shall be in force their accustomed business in their always be had at his establishment:
said city, and may have and use a corpo- from the first day of April next. said vessels: they discovered adrift arid a- FRESH FAMILY LOAVES,
rate Seal,which may be broken or altered handoned on the high seas, about fifty
:
Eveiy Morning;
at pleasure.Sec. miles more or less from Key West
a large
2. Bo it further enacted, That the The United States of America quantity bf Cotton in bales. That the FRESH PILOT BREAD/

government of the said city shall be vested said Burrows and Woodwnrd, at considerable Constantly on I and;'

in a person to be called Mayor, and in a risk and by great exertion and labour AlfoA .
Board of six Aldermen, to be elected in SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT for the space of five days or thereabouts: variety of Sweet Dread, Cake, &c. &cv

the manner, and,by the persons, and at the FLORIDA,ss.To succeeded in saving about ninety-eight O)::: Orders for any pf the above articles
time hereinafter directed.See. the Marshal of the Superior Court of bales of said cotton,and bringing the same will be gratefully received and promptly
3. Be it further enacted, That all into the Port of Key West and it is fur= executed..
;
the free white the of said District, Greeting: kcy.Welt, Feb.. 8 1032. $ {(
male persons,over age ther alleged, that since the said third day of J
twenty-one years, who ,shall have residedwithin "WTJTHEREAS, DAVID COFFIN PIMCyy the present month, the said Lemuel Burrows -
the hunts of the said city, twelvemonths fc.VM, Esq; has exhibited his Libel and David Cold, John Guiger, Temple -
previous to the day of election,and for and on behalf of Jacob Houseman, Pent, Oliver raman, Nathan Burrows, BLANKSAND

who shall citizens of the United States, eta),stating,allegihga d propounding, that Sawyer,and Amos C. Tiftfc Co.
shall have a right to tote for a Mayor and on the 8th day of
six Aldermen; and that such election shall Houseman, then in the Command: of the sundry days and times, in manner and with
be held on the first Monday in April, ineach Sloop Sarah Isabella: a 1 licensed wrecking all the difficulties aforesaid, picked up JOB PRINTING

and every year, at such place as said vessel discovered aBrig ashore on die Florida adrift, descried and abandoned on .the high OF ALL
incorporation may appoint, and the "TotC's Reef. That ho immediately in corn' buss aforenid' twcnty-shrcc other like bales fiINgS.Featly .
cxretfcd at Ihiy 0Ji ;



Sec. G. The Reef shall Lo J considered tiring within tile port or harbour:*of Key ,f sutJi icssel or icsychtT\i'lJoul' first Cltt il!"

\\hen the Light-House on Sand Key bears West, any foreign passenger who may halo ing said permission, snail) be liable to per-
either R N. };, or W. S. W. clandestinely departed from any foreign form the same quarantine that maj be im-
Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot- place and who shall not possess a passport joscd upon said said vessels and cargoes.

United Stales, dated 16th age, hound from this Port, shall pay the or otter evidence of his having been permitted 'Sec. 3. lie ft further ordained, That
same as vessels entering;I but if said vessel to depart from thence,-and permitting this Ordinance- shall remain in full force
March, 1002.SECTION. shall choose to depart without a Pilot,they him to land without permission first until expressly( repealed by tho Council.

XIX. shall be ubject to bltJf) pilotage. obtained from the Town Council, shall -
Sec. 8; All Vc&ifcls'except wrcct'mgvessels forfeit and )pay,for cacb passenger ao land .ORDINANCE. n.Constituting .
Every person who shall! procure or en- smacks! and vessels under charge of cd'.,tFie sum of fifty tollars.2cc. ) a Committee of Finance
tice a SOLDIER of the United States to wreckers" entering or leaving ,this Port 5. Re it further t>rdaincdt; That lie it ordained' b$ 'the President and

desert, or wbb shall pu'fchnsd tO'any thratJfcr)the North West passage,aria drawing any, foreign passenger landing within tho Jlirtl) Soldier; his :Arms, Uniform CloJjiifg| | qr four feet water, or over, shall pay two Town of Key West, \Withdut permissionfirst IVcj/, That from; and after the passing of
any part thereof; and any.tJapam c*, dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his obtained from tno Town Council this Ordinance,.two Members of the Board,
Commanding OflTccr of any Ship or Vessel services; but if said vessel docs not receive or without Jiaving .(lib Necessary' to be designated by the President from time
who shall enter" on l board such Shipor said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be (paid; passport or other evidence of his ,being allowed to time, shall constitute a Committee of
Vessel, as one: oT his Crew ? p'r other if a Pilot does not tender his service outside freely to depart( from the port whence Finahce.

wise carry away < shall refuse to deliver liim up tQ the brticre sage, then he shall not claim pilotage or place,) shall bo liable to enter into bonds in it shall bri the; duly, ,of the said Committee\
of his\ Commanding Oflkcrj; srfoll; upon half pilotage. the sum of $JOOO with good security, tobo to examine and audit all bills or accounts
Legal conviction, be fined al the discretion Sec. 9; When two or more- Pilots shall approved of by the President of the} presented against the Council to examine

of any Court havigit cognizance of tender their services,to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to depart the accounts of Treasurer and; Marshal,
the same, in any Bum not exceeding alongside shall be,accepted,and if refused, from the Island within,'such timp as and m.tko reports quarterly( as to the state
Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, .said Pilot; shall be entitled to received may l be deemed reasonable, or on failure of the Finances.
tiny terra not tvKcccding onn year." half pllofuse.sec. be committed to jail. \ D. C. FINKUAM,
--o. 10. When a' Pilot shall discover Sec. C. lie it further ordained Whatthe Prctd't T. C.
Extracto de un Loy de Los two or more vessel! it shall be his duty to several fines and penalties herein enacted II. S. WATERIOUSE,

Estados Unidos con fe- Visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of may bo recovered before the President Cltrk.
distress be exhibited on ono more remote: of the Town Council or any Justicoof
s cha, del 16 de -Marco, and any Pilot failing to comply with this the Peace.. L; CIRCULAR
1802. provision\ shall forfeit hip Branch. Office of American nnd Foreign Agency for
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the ORDENANZA--NO. o. Claims, No 40 Wall street, Now York
FUDLIC NOVICE: i 18 hereby given tan
SECCION XIX. Town Council,of incapacity or negligenct-j "
/ persona whom it may concern, having
shall, upon convIction, bo deprivcll of his roc. Claims, Debts, Inheritance, &c. payable
? Persona alguna quien procura o as- Branch. or recoverable abroad, that this Agency Las
isli el huir do algun SOLDADO do Lea Set 12. All fines.and penalties imposed JI l'8o. established! under tile special auspices and
Estados Unidos, o' quicn compra de al. by this Ordinance shall be recovered be- Por cuanto, varies criminates, delincucnles patronage of distinguished individuals in
gun Soldado sus Armas, bestido do Uni- fore the President of tho Town Council,allowing contra las Icyes del (pais de donde this country, a regular correspondence with
formi o' qualcsqucra parte de ella; algun to the parties, in all instances, an vinicron, ban sido! intrcducidoa en cslc: 'crnincut Dapkon,&c. in the principal ports
o1 Oficial Mandqndo alguna Puerto dootrbi and capitals of foreign governments in commercial -
Capitain appeal to the CouncIL; (proccdcntcs catrangcroj,
Fragata o1 Barco quo son, o1 quien sc Sec. 13. When u Pilot :shall go on board y como la conlinuncion Uo semcjantcs: en- through relation the mediuln.with whereof the United such States valid

cmbarca en ella como Marincro, o1 de of a vessel, ho shall exhibit' his Branch, and trad as pucden tier atchdfdds cbrno tie inju- claims a!? may be confided thereto, will bo
qualesquera rnodo llcya Consijo algun shall also furnish the Muster or Commander \ riosas cobsccucnc'Tas rtIII.. .qomiiriSilaJ; expedited J fyr,settlement, and. promptly and
Soldado, o1 quien deja do cntrcgar cl of said vessel with a copy) of this Ordi- a menos .quo mcdidas no Wean timadas Para effectively :recovered! when, furnished by
dicho Soldado a la orden del Oficial nance. remedial: the claimants will{ the suitable legal proofs

Mandando, sera obligado a pagar una Sec 14. The following rales oF Pilot Portanto se or Jena por Prcsidcntc y and ,,vouchers together with the requisite' '
mnlta Sogun ladcscrccion de la Corte que ago are allowed t Micmbros del Cabildo, duo desdo cl pri- Power of Attorney, to bo taken nnd acknowledged -

tonga conocimicnlo del rnismo en qua On o vessel drawing 5 feet, J7 00 rncro del mcs do Novicmbro proximo, en Record other before any Judge of civil a Court of
lesqucia suma no sicndo ariba dc Tres 6" 900 adclantc cl Cut> tan dccualquicr a Buquo or competent magistrate
municipal authority, or notary pub-
cientos pesos o1 puesto en Ja'pricion u 7 ii 1000 entrando do algun Puerto o lugar estrange- lic; and the whole duly authenticated by the
por un lermino no siendo ariba do un n" 1200 ro a cl do Cayo Hueso, ha do manifcstar GAn:eI.nor: of the state, or territory in which
-anu" 0'" 1350 al Escribicnle! del Cabildo el nunicro dc i a- the Bathe mhjr: bo perfected, and legalizedby
I i. -- -... JO" 1500 sagcros, no cu\dadano3.do los Estados U* thoappropriate' foreign Consul.
NOTICE. 11" 1650 nidos,ni vecinosdcl Pueblo JeCayb Hue- Having also established a similar correspondence -
12'" 1800' so; y ha dejbgar al Tesorcro por cada pa- throughout the United States and
ANV citlzcn'wto may apprehend a DE- I Un 1 British America, the like claims for recovery -
: from the U. State,/'Troops, 13'" 1950 sagcro oso. % % in any part thereof respectively, will
and deliver him over to an Officer or the 14 Co" 2300 Sec. 2 El Copitan tic cualquicr aBuqueful be received, and efficiently attended to, in
Army, will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN 15" 2700 tando a manifestar denlro de 24 horns deb behalf,of American, as well as l'orcigflclaun.nts'
DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured. 'IG" 3200 pues do la entrada de dicho Buquc, ha doser .<
J. M. GLASSELL, u 17" 3600 ntultado y pagara ademas do la euma Orders for the i investment of funds on
Major Commanding. 18 4000 ante dieM por cada pasagcro Cinco jicsorf. mortgage of freehold property, or in the
Key West, April 27, 1831 3i J 9" 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun pttsagcro estrangcro dc purchase of public securities >n the United
*" -OFI ICE or Till O"' 5000 algun Buque ha dc ser pcrmitido descm- States, Canal Loons of the States of New

BRITISH"I TICK-CONSULATE, 21 6500 barcar en cl Puerto dc Cayo Hueso, amcnos and York faithful'y, Pennsylvania executed., Ohio, &c. punctually

And Agent for Lloyds, London, urn! the u 22" CO 00 que no liuign "publicamentc y librcmentc Applications addressed toU.ill Agency, in
Association of Undcrtcritcrs, lAterpool, 23" 6500 salido del Jug r dc su proccdcncia, y ticno cases requiring the investigation of claims,
I 24 7000 en an podcr pasaportc o otro tcstimonio tat search of records or the intervention of legal -
!:co. 3, FKONT-STHEET. Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained coal como los que se conceder en cl Puerto proceedings! should bo accompanied
celce hours tom9 A. M. to 3 o'clock r. M. on board any vessel after she has arrived do : 11 proccdcncia purmiticndolc set snlida. nitii, nn adequate remittance to defray tho.

.. tf KeyWest, lOth April, 1831. in the harbour, at the request of the Sec. 4. El Capjtahclcftlmin 'Itigtie} quo preliminary charges and disbursements at
tending the same and, all \betters must boaddress'cd
;
Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dcntro del Puerto Udy'6; Hueso al
.
the
(post raid) .lq undersigned
ORDINANCES hayga salido clahdcslinamcntc l
Pilot shall entitled to demand and receiveThree gun Kisagero que (Counsellor of thc. uprcinc Court of the U
Dollars for every such day. dc algun lugar y quo no posca pasa- tates.) in the Office of the Agency, )0
Of the TdMi ttountfl, passed Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porte o otro tcstimonio do labcr lido pcrmittdosusalida Wall street, Now York.

Oct. 15 1'31.ORDINANCENo. Branch, stall, at the time he obtains the I y permitiendolc dcsembarcar AARON II. PALMCHActuary.
same, pay: into the hands of the Treasurer sin pcrrniso primcro obtenido del Cabildo, Till; CITY, GAZETTE,
TEN DoLiAns!', also one Dollar to tho Clerk ha de aer multado y pagara por chda pasa AND COMMttnciAL DAltV '
0. ADVKKTJSKR.
tal desembarcordo Cincuenta Pesos.
for issuing the same. gero A Journal Commerce, Science, Litera-
To regulate the Pilotage this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of Sec. 5. Que cualquicr |osagero cstrnu- ture and the Arts.

Be ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against' this: Ordi- gero dcsembarcando dentro del Puerto de DY SIMMS & DVRYE A.
,Toien of 'Key West, That when any person 'nanco, arc I hereby rejaled. Cay Hueso, sin pcrmiso primcro- obtcnido TilE CITY GAZETTE is ono of tha'
: shall ,desirous of having situation del Cabildo'o sin tenor el pasaporte neces- oldest existing Journal in the U l Stales':
of Branch Pilot of this Port, ho shall presentto \On]) Al'Crr-No. 0. sario: 0 otro testimonio de habcr sido pcrmi Under many proprictorsits course with few
tido salir librementc del Puerto de exceptions, have, always been American
the Council a written j petition; whereupon su pro
the introduction
Regulating sf Foreigners
= codencia si coetumbrccn tat ha dos and poptjlar. Of late years, from neglectmore
shall Ixjjhe duty of the Council to appoint (! Cfi lugar)
into flit ,ovcn of Key West. than any other cause,influence and
a committee of three competent per- r sujelo a cntrqr en obligacion en la stoma
patronage had visiUrJecJined. Within the
sons to make enquiry into the qualification- WUEHEAS several and fitness of the pCTsons applying, and ice tho laws of the country whence par cl Prcsidcntc del Cabildo o un juez having entered upon a. course of policy
port thereon at tale next succeeding meet- they& came, have lately arrived at Key de paz para que salsa do la Ysla,dentro del more consistent vfith the politics of tho
ing of the hoard, \vheh the prayer t>f the West from Foreign Ports, and as a continuance tiempo como teA considerado razonablo o South, and having made numerous additions
petitioner shall be acted'on: all Pilots'appointed of such arrivals will be attended en faltando sera conducido a la carccl.Sec. to tho mechanical improvements of their :
shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to C. Quo Ib mutt $f qui ordanadas establishment by fitting It out in a new and

Branch, give! bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be takento (pucJen ser cobradas por. Iyrcsidchto del better handsome description, and of'paper on a larger than heretofore sheet and*
for tfVe faithful erforrnaiice of their prevent them: Cabildo ;
security j> n por un jucz do Iraz.ORDINANCENo.. lay claim to, and have been favored with a
lIe it ordained the Prcbidcnf
therefore ly -
duty. largo and proportional increase of patronage
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding: a Branch, and Members of the Town Council11j' 10. including.new subscriptions aj.d general .
shall have and use a Boat sufiicrcntly large Key West, That from and offer For prcrcnting the introduction of Cholera advertising. Within Jbq last year, their
the first day bf November next, the Masterof list of patrons has been swollen
to enable them to proceed over the Keef, nd by ao accession
lender the aid of Pilotage to vessel re- any vessel, arriving from a foreign portor into tin Than of Key West. of more than Three Hundred Chi.zcru .
quiring the same any place, at the IlOrt of Key West, shall WHEHKAS a certain disease, known by the to which new names arc with little
make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at present exception, almost daily added The pro-
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over 5 Council, of too nun.ibci of passengers on prevailing in the Northern parts of prietors.in order, tbo better to merit that' encouragement
feet of water entering this Port, except( fish of which, it Ii equally their
board, not citizens of the United States, Europe,of the most fatal character; and
ing smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels pride and pleasure,acknowledge so much
such be ,
nor residents of the Town of Key West as disease may introduced into
;
has been from
under charge of wrecker:, shall the received, their friends and
pay
rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. and hall pay to the Treasurer ono dollar our own ports by vessels trading with fellow citizens-have,established io connection
for every passenger aforesaid.Sec. that quarter of tho Globe: I with their office of business, spacious
1. If a Pilot docs not boanl or.offer 2. lie it trdainctt Room In chief
y\tfther ; Tint lIe it therefore ordained, ly thePrc. Heading which, the Public
)his services to a vo sel liable to talkoa Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neglecting silent and Maulers of the Town Councilof Journals: find their way and arc carefully
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of filed, from all the States in Union.-
to make<<: such report within 24 hours, Key West That all vessels our
the Light-Housc on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit from where the said arming This room is free with all its facilities,with-
or places disease
boarding cr offering bra: services,sJI3U he and the sum of five dIUar.in addition ports out charge, to all patrons ur'tl.ae Gazette.A .
pay exist shall be taken the Pilots the
entitled to only half pilotage and if said the by of regular weekly l 10 letter
aforesaid
1)1l2t. does 'rot board paid vessel 'till! theLi to sum required' for each port, without their' going on board; fo the form and upon a carefully suitable
[osserrgfcr.Sec. Quaratitino Ground northward dnd or ,
westward correspondence collected,
ht-IIouse on Key West is distant not 3. De it further ordained, That of Fleming's' J'Yi.lltcrC to remain with the most correct estimate of the true
more than two miles, and then bears E.N. no foreign from condition of the markets, and
ship or
passenger any vessel under the direction of the President of the put upon tho
E.: no pilotage shall )U claimed. shah be permitted to land within the Council and Health Officer of,the port. most advantageous terms to all that como
Sec, 5. All vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of Key West, unless Ije Sect 2. De it further ordained, Tl.at uoder this class,is also issued flood the office
the of this Ordi. shall: have freely and openly from of the proprietors. Their Heading Boom,
water subject to provisions deputed| while it shall be thought necessary by the where the earliest information
hccmusing to receive a pilot outside of the place whence fie came, and have in his said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessel is free alike to patrons,strancers may io be the had ci.
the Reef, when a Pilot stall tender his ser possession a passport, or such other papers :* should" perform quarantine, no inter ty, and master of veueU trading to this
'ice, shall l>e liable to pay full pilotage; as are usually granted at the port whence course whatever shall be held with the P0'1Jo theie but inside of hC Reef ¬ within two lie came jurmitting him to depart tlcre- Town or Island of Key West, but by permission daily additions, afforflog facilities to the
rnUeiof the Ligbt-Hbuse on Key West,the frnm. end under the direction of the man of lei'IJfe.lLuct business, alike hitherto
aid light bearing E. N. E: the said vcwelf Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, Tl at President and Health Officer and all person unknownHJMM8 h DUlfYKA,
hall pay half pilotage. tie Master of any ship; or vessel, who shall who hall hold any intercourse with No 3 Droad street, Charleston. '
O J"BubKiiptions received at this offioqell.t'etatioJ'



..

JC TBOSPECTUL : ': formidable'{ of ClltCUL4 country set apart and allotted to tLe scat \ .:{.
-
than certainty
t>" ;' ,, leas the being tribes of India established tir
". or THE ', 4*<,.',' trampled by those with whom we have confederated TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limits; of the States, under treaties bcjoiid
tfTATJB niCIITS AND FREE TRADE at home. Hence is is vitally im- tnmlc\
said Indian Tribes
Tn.EJstJnr DEI'AnTME :EVENING POST. portant that the power ahouU be sustained April 5th, 1U3J. States: the Commanding officers of the s which' alone strict construction
TilE establishment, in Charleston.of an can compel a SIll veral posts on the frontiers arc enjoined (, '
of the Charter. That resides with ,
Nc\npapcrfdevoted to the each State power It is the State Representations; have been made to this see thai the provisions of the act above nl.]

eupport of their principles, lists been deemed of Sovereignty. to arrest Department by some of burr Consuls, and laded to be enforced in relation to tLc|, removal

expedient by the STATC RIGHTS and Right sovereign interposition The other ,, that the crews of UnitedStates of the said unlawful settlers, tukjjlf;=
the of Federal( agents. existence persons
FREE TRADE PARTY. In.pursuanco usurpation merchant vessel have been discharged for their guide in the execution of the faiu'
the conservative
of this determination, TilE EVENING of this right as commanders, duty the act above referred to.
Constitution is doc in foreign ports by thejir
principle of our no new
POST will be commenced as a Daily Evening without complying with the provisions of By order of AI.EXAMIEU MAIOMII,
trine is coevalvitb Federal polity,
; it our
Journal, so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders And contemporary the act of Congress of the 28th of February Maj. G bn. Commanding Elmo Army,

arrangements can be completed. Thi3 p'Huciple is 1C03. Your attention is, therefore, R: JOMifjC ;:; ,

The political tenets to which the Evening the characteristic expositors.feature proudly distinguishing specially called to this subject, with a request -tf. L_ Adj. GcVAPPROBATORY
'- -
Post will be devoted, are to familiarto that i crctsed'igiance be ex* \ --
may
from other Republics not Fc !
ours TESTLMONfAOs. i.
this have been so long the !?
community future infractions of the
deral in their elements. In the latter, a erted to prevent

prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of public law; and it i is expected thai you will re- UNIVERSAL MARINE THE TELEGllAl'Ii: ,.,
and often and trium-
have been
press- so opinion is construed by and varies with quire satisfactory evidence .that there has :

phantly vindicated by the first minds in our the changing will of a n1ijorityvhilo in been a strict compliance with the requisi- -Committee '
the
RE1'OltTt4! btohsena'
council that it \
State and in the Federal ,
a guardian +'awer preserves it tions of the foregoing act in each case, before
our Republic
Boston Marine
tion of the
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more the bond of the master, required by Society; toudoidthd
action.
than the following exposition, 'vhich is offer- as The a, permanent formal recognition rule of such a righton the first section thereof,' be allowed to be system' of Marine Signals Telegraphic c

ed in lieu of a more detailed political creed. Char'ter\Vould have been cancelled. Flags was referred, having carefully exam
Free Trade will be advocated as the dic- the face of the ined the Signals, and experienced their uti
in much it resulted neces- I am, respectfully,
superfluous, as as
tate of an enlightened policy-as a privi- lily at sea, recommend the same to nautical
Your obedient servant
from the formation of a compact between ,
lege of tho people, which impartial justice sarily independent soveteigns having uo .S. P. INGHAM, Brethren, as being Moro extensive and co
requires from the rulers of every country- sier distinguished than any Signals they
of the .
common umpire. Asa feature of our polit- Secretary Treasury.To
and aa right, which, in ours, h guaranteedby it is of not a the Collector of the Customs. have ever secnjfi use in this country, and
ical system, course a political,
the Constitution. The framers of that feel confident that every one who will give
revolutionary right. Formed for the protec- Circular to Collectors of the Customs.
Venerated instrument withheld from the them a fair trial, will bfc convinced that

Federal: agents the power to protect manufactures tion Federal of a minority authorities from trio themselves usurpations and of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) they a'rt'very useful and valuable inventions':

by restrictive duties ; it has been the May 14,1G3I. f The Committee ingalso examined tU
from the usurpation of a majority exercised SIR : It has been :ascertained that the depreciated -
of the method the Signals id
usurped by a perversion revenue using! this IlarBur
of those authoritiesthe
tIle
Sll hserviency currencies of countries
through foreign
power, and its exercise, involving sectional are fully satisfied that any information that!
itself needed
Constitution protection
have been estimated at the diffe-
variously
for sectional aggrandisement be he
required
oppression may may communicated if
Reliance fc"r that protection surely wa not rent Custom Houses of the United States
has necessarily produced :sectional exasperation received fr&m the
any vessel (using Signals
placed in either the parties against whomit to defective information
which endangers the owing, partly, as the Iouse
permanencyof approaching Eight- with time!
provided as a shield. The Supreme to the value of such
was true specie currencies,
the Union. It is impossible that the injured greatest case, correctness and despatch
Court being one of the Federal agents, was and ftfftn of
partly erroneous practice
com-
parties can tolerate legislation> so man- and that their merits need only to be
fully
not', therefore, entrusted witu its political puting their value according to the rates of
its
unjust and unequal operation. known to be .
ifestly duly appreciated,
Nor could he of the
guardianship. engino exchange with England, and reducing the
Without first proving, which is impossible, SAMUEL 1\1. UOLLAND
majority-the ballot box-have been con- value of ,
sterling depreciated
that the benffitsof the protection arc equally currency President of the Committee 6f thfc
sidered as the safeguard. The sectional into of the United States without
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross money Boston Marine
Society
minority can exert no influence on the representation regard to the difference between the legal
absurdity to contend that the burdens of THOMAS ENGLISH, Sec'y.
of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling in U.
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, money .
responsibility of representatives:: bu'lsecnrostheir States' To
avoid such
it be consumption exclusively as currency. discrepancies -
a tax on To Shipmasters and Owners of Vcsssclt.
their constituents
its dcfcndcis vainly its! operation is fidelity to respective and errors in future, the President

unequal argue, and it becomes no and the representatives of a minority directs that whenever invoices are made The extensive adoption of the Marine

free yet glaringly to submit to its unauthorised can effect nothing against the antagonist out in a currency the value which is not Telegraphic Flags by Vessels of all des
people
exactions. !Much less is it to be tolerated, interest which the representatives of a majority fixed by the laws of the U. States, you will e criplions throughout the Unionhas rendered

when it is evident that we are not only ar- may he compelled by their cdnsfitucnts require from the importer a certificate from it expc'dient to establish: Agcnties in virious

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

inevitable result of the protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation, of the true value kept for the purpose of entering Vessel!s

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

in the prostration of our agricultural inte of a majority, and must be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem and designating numbers. .

surrendered to their wisdom and jllslice.De .- duties according to such value ; or, in the Ship Masters on their return from Seaart

rest.There is no solidity in the objection to ides. except in the Parliamentary trans- I absence of such evidence, LIayou will ascertain requested! to send thcir'Signal Books'o<<; tf-

our resistance, that others arc blindly submitting actions of the two,houses of Congress-our said value from the prices current, t'her"of the undermentioned Agents, to have

to the evils, which are overwhelming frame of government nd where recognizesthe and srtch other authentic sources of informa- inserted therein, all the new entries ofilcsij

them in common with ourselves. consolidating that the will of a majority tion as may be within your reach, & chargethe nating numbers whicldnaYb occurred; \

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

""ollro awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people ; a majority will give public notice of the directions desired shew their designating number

of our situation, it behoves us to leaveno :. of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to the consular certifi when entering or departing! from the Porf,

effort untried until we shall have repelled aggregate of whose population arc a minority cat: ; and that uniformity may be hereafter of Portland, Boston, New-York, BaltimnoreCharles'ton'and :

the invasion'of our liberties. The EveningPost of the whole people, may reject a mea secured at all the Custom Houses, you win Sand Ii : conforming,,

will, therefore, exhort to resistance: of sure unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Deparlmentjonce a month, to this particular -, their Vcssel! will bo rc=

fio Tariff, at the most prominent enormityof of the people in the other Houseandvice a statement of tho rates at which the currencies ported raph.

that "American System" which has been versa, a bare majority Fu the other aforesaid are thus estimated,at each AGENTS.LEMUELMOOW

built up on the ruins of the Free System House may reject a I.caturc'passed by the port from whence goods arc imported and K

bequeathed us by oQr fathers, and which, if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in duel currencies. In all cases! of Observatory, Portland;

established as the setlelpaHcy of the coun- the Stales in the Senate-The President, a doubt as to the value of such currency, you ;JOHN R. PAIIXEII,

try, must, in the end, cither sever the bondof single/ individual, may put his veto on thedeliberate'act will apply to the Treasury Department for Observatory, Bostofr.
of both Houses; and the Judges information. I am, obedient JOHN GREEN, .
Union, or melt down and consolidate the respectfully, your '
State Sovcicigntics into one limitless, irre- of the Supreme Court, holding office servant, 8. D. INGHAM, Telegraph the Battery, New-York

sponsible despotism. 'The Evening Post not by election but by appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury. THOMAS NKILSON,
set aside the 'concurrent enactments of Baltimore
will Internal Improvement as un- Exchange,
OFFICIAL
oppose CIRCULARNAVY
House Senate a'nd President. The
-
power JAMES M.
E'FonniCbarlcstolr.
constitutional, as an engine of favoritism,
the Constitution could DEPARTMENT
to
protect not ) .
of sectional robbery, as crea-
as a source have been rationally intrusted td the Sept. 26 1831. '\ .
,
necessity for perpetuating exorbitant very THOMAS }.JUT/JOt,
ting a
the majority from which the danger of violationwas Sm,-In consequence! of recent occurrences ..IeyVc
taxation it will rcchartcring ;
oppose apprehended. It would have been indeed in the service, your attention is invited -
United States' Bank
of the as manifestly
unconstitutional and the committing the keys of t1'e'house to to two subjects, \ the laws now regulate SOUTHERN REVIEW.
as prolonging
existence the of those distrust of whom the rights and of 'Ml "
power
safe-keeping concerned THE subscriber
i of a dangerous power ; and it will begs leave to inform tlft
the projected disposition of the Surplus suggested the propriety of locks. The power ; but where there is still vested in officersa public that lie has undertaken, for the net
oppose was wisely left with the several State discretion, in the exercise of which! it three to
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, years publish the SOUTHERN RiTVIKW
wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will Sovereignties thus not only was there may be desirable to them to know distinctly and to look for hi* remu ration off!

give to oppression a duration co-existant provided a de'mito rule of action for the the wishes. of the President and of this,Department. tirely to lhcprcscnt and future suhscriptidtdlist .

Federal Government a powerto render of $5. As this sourCe has hitherto bcc%
'with that of our government.A ,
inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho One or.those subjects, and our wishes up-
zealous and judicious attachment to the inadequate taflcfray this expense, lie bleaV'e j
rised and irregular action. on it are, that when any portion of the Navy solicit
Union, prescribes the present as the proper earnestly to the patfonagc'Wthose
So far as a congeniality of views may ex- furnishes relief to American vessels, who think
crisis for making determined and uncom the Review \ of put
ist, in relation to these principles, tho Eve- whether wrecked or otherwiso in distressto lic ,
for the Constitution before support. _
promisingstaud ,
Post is to the State yield which relief
mil j pledged Rightsand
the jarring interests of different sections promptly ought to The subscriber has associated Jphu B. Ff-
Free Trade Party;" and as the support be, and long has been one great object of
arc IIr:;anb"I' against each other in irreconcilable ving, Esq. with him in the publication of tlft
conflict-before, blinded by their of measures, to bo efficient, must includethe its gallant exertions: no compensation of Review, who will conduct tile correspdfT-
of its humble aid will be kind,should cither be asked '
consolidation support men any or received. den establish
unrighteous gains, the States c, agencies, collect and fC-
zealously: contributed to extend the The other<< subject and wishes
person our
shall regard as undoubted right their undue uponit ceivo subscriptions, and attend to all the
influence and the ad- are, that till Congress deem it
n.dnntages-beforc they shall resolve to promote political proper to business transactions of the Review,except
vancement of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws
concerning punishments the
ting
maintain alall hazards the tyrannous prin- typographical department.
themselves to the good cause, which is iden- in the Navy, and whenever those laws 'I he 'subscriber also
ciple that "public opinion, dr the will of a has the satisfaction
tified with the of the allow discretion in
value Union and theliberty a the choice of Pllni.hments -
'' above the Constitution to announce that Hugh S. Legare Esq ft
maJority] power ; (
and honor oT South Carolina. the first
Its in the
resort, case of offen-
whom the
and before the victim sovereignties in mino- Review has hitherto. owed. .&
warm co-operation with these will be em- ces by seamen, is: recommended to be always much! has
rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless the consented tb be associated wits
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall barrassed by a personal pledge to no can- had to pecuniary fines, badges of dis- the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the lit%;
didate for the other and other mild
Presidency corrections
or grace rather
any ,
abolish r of this
rise in desperation and a frame of ry department journal.
covcrnmcnt too uHtch shattered tobc recog- office. than to the humiliating practice of whip- The subscribers who arc still in arreaft
In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts pingand that never on the same day, by will be
nised a\ that for which they originally stipulated pleased to make payment toJ.fe
of it will be the aim of the Eve- punishing under officer's
party, an own authority, '
and which inveterate sectional hatred Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers Xvtw
ning Post to the dignity of the two offences at once, should the Ii-
preserve stripes, their '
shall then render it impossible ever pay subscriptions likewise tp him, 2he >
aintoro-composo and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation, under united by law, b'c: exceeded in number; or is alone authorized to receive them.
the belief that tho legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise than in the presenceand
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, A. T:. MILLER,
dlscCl'Ssion.are best subsorvcd firm- under the sanction
of time
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; by commanding No 4 Broad street, Charleston',
without violence and zeal without in- officer of the
ness vessel or station. -
and it cannot bo denied that by the Consti-
tution, even if strictly observed, the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and public And that, in the Case of offences by offices NOTICE T

States arc placed at decided disad- acts of opponents, it will exercise right which it is hoped their well known undersigned having re-fstablhji$

vantage. Once leagued for the resumption of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent THE at Key West, as a COMMfSr

of rights they will submit no longer to a part of its career will ever justify the sus- from becoming frequent, a system more remedial SIGN, MERCHANT AND GENERAg.

system of indirect taxation, calculated to picion of its even partial adoption: of the infamous should be adopted, by sentencing to AGENT, otters his services to his frieri

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

of their burdens-and they will demandfor The domestic concernsof our native State from promotion rather than to suspension F- A. BROWNYApril :- .

will be carefully watched, and the from active service unfortunately
theu laboring'class a representation fully policy as persons, 20, 1331

equal to that of the laboring classes of the advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour need lie offers for sale at his Ware House,

other States. The required concesstoasvitl for her prosperity, safe, and economical most the constant discipline of active service 30,000 feet White Pine Boards

'. be certainly refilled by those by whom government. and when suspended therefrom arc 10,000 first quality Bricks
While the Evening Post will be devotedto left without
he Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated employment under greater 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef3c
by a calculation of pecuniary profit the promulgation of the political faith set temptation and opportunities for injurious do
Bread
forth in this it will be indulgences. Navy
not
prospectus -
and Federal bond will bo neglectful
and loss, the sun.
10 Coffee.
of the ball prrrfe{
practical details of Commerceand LEVI
WOODBURY
dt'fNt-and forever. The advocacy of State .
I ,
Rights U, thereforp the only faithful advo- Trade, two branches Of industry which { 1?
of must be most bent/icially affected by limo ORIRR-'XO. 10. >:.Y WES
Union.
cacy success of its doctrines. Groat SEG :1R ] iNUrACTOR
'Vitll1'firm conviction of this important exertions HEAD QUARTERS OF TilE ARMY.
will be made to perfect the departments! W. II. WALL takes this !
) ?
oppentuiiii
the
truth, Evening Post will contend for ADJUTANT GENERAL'S'. Orrscc
" Liberty-the Constitution Union." For connected with commercial intelligence, informing the Public,that be hastabl _.'

Liberty first, as the first of national blessings and our merchants and tradesmen shall find T WubfoC'ton1Iay- 5th, 1831. HA EOAH MA.MJFACTOBV at Key
tho readiest having been reported to the Var Wc4
attention to all their wants and Pe- He
the imports
for Constitution which it for this
t secures the'
partment, that purpose,
the warmest gratitude for all their favors. contrary to the previsions
domestic usurpation and the Uni- Tobacco
for
from ; of the act, entitled An act to regu- from Havana.

on which strengthens it against foreign ag TCRMS: late trade and intercourse with the Indian Segare: of tho best quality, and of ev* '

gression.Yithoat a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Tribes, and to preserve peace on the (ron. description may be had at his established
tho compact, the Union must become a Uni- paper, three times a week $5. tiers."
approved March the 20th, ICO, several Cr: All orders in the atovQ line in 11
ou without Liberty and thi uncertain danger Advertisements insert at the usual rates. white persons, with the intention there meet the

of subjugation from abroad: is infinitely I Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, tG3J tn fettle themselves have entered into the March,earliest 1831 attention


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