Key West gazette
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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE GAZETTE. J may 1 tIC paid in kind and that the remain- advantage of the mask, the house was fill hie, after having' been fought upon for &
EDITED BV der of the cargo may be restored to him, ed with all classes whether invited or not, considerable time, at length gave way to a
15. I*. STROREL upon payment of necessary costs and, charge and the scene of uproar,confusion and outtnjjeijta grand dssault of the principal champion,
?. $ such as might be expected from and after a heave or two rolled the whole
And published on Wednesday by
every Whenever it shall appear in n case: of sucffVcomwny. A storm from without battalia to the Itrotmdond: itself on the
N.-JEFFREYS.TERMS this kind, that it is the wish of the Claimantto shivered the splendid; transparencies, and 'lop'ot( /iM':'" The conflict wat.dottblf) revived -

: -$:;, per annum-payable in reserve as much of his cargo from Male drove the innumerable lamps that glitteredin on tho rising of the combatants; decanters -
advance. as (pCs iblp., for the purpose of shipping it the trees, like chain shot through tho ,ten guineas a pair,flew like meteors
Advertisements inserted at one dollar to the port of its original destination,-it windows.The] costly mirrors were dashed against pier-glasses a hundred guineas a
per square for. the first insertion, and fifty will IKJ the duty of the Court, so to form in pieces by flying claret bottles; tumblers, I pircc. My matchless Ilcckheim tumblers,
cents for every succeeding time, till order i its decree,as will present the fewest obstacles decanters, and other costly wares, were ancient as Albert Darer, painted and cut
.,ed to be stopped. to the accomplishment of that wish. broken up and ground to powder; the with all indescribable griffin,. virgins, and
---= Indeed, I go farther and say, that in all cases grand supper table yielded to the pressureof boar's heads, "invaluable to tile antiquary
POETRY.From of wreck, where tho property saved is drunkenness and malevolence,and roll nnd man of taste," and whose sale broke
such as will authorise a payment of salvage ed its burden upon' the floor; tho daughters the heart of the landgrave that had drained -
Roger's Poems. in kind without manifest injustice tj were insulted, their ornaments nnd them from his cradle to his climacteric;
:BEHAVE YOURSEL' BEFORE FOLK. the parties, that course will he pursued unless trinkets stolen, and the house at last was those my muniments nnd treasure, that I
the Claimant shall desire a snle. In fortunately delivered of its company by a had reserved for an heirloom to satisfy my
AIR-"Good morrow to night-cop.
Behave before your folk, this case, the situation of the goods will general conflagration of gauges, silks and icmotest generation of the refinement of
yoursel' authorise of salvage in kind furbelows communicated from lady their and that should
Behave yoursel' before folk, a payment ; one ancestor; nothing or
k.,, And dinna be sac rude to me. but as the whole of them may be saved to to another in thc mazes of the wallIt could have won from my safekeeping, but
As kits me sac-before folk! the owner by the payment of ho salvage in is \\otth reading, and so is the whole book: my wife's bogging and praying to have
money, the Court has so formed its decree Boston paper. something to show on the table which defied
It wndna gi'e meikle pain
Gin woVE're, Icon me and heard by, bane, as to give to the Claimant the right of so Time hurries on in spite of all ho reluctance Mr. Molasses and HI his, money to have,
To.tals' a kiss, or grant you ane; paying It", without resorting to vessel or of mankind, nnd the dreaded night and which would consequently how downto
But, gudesakc! no before folk: cargo. came. It was all that I had expected it to the dust his and his still prowler: wifo'a
Behave yoursel' before folk, To arrive at the value of the ship and 'Lc, with the exception that, from one of heart; those exquisite emblems, that an ancient -
Behave yoursel' before folk, cargo, for the purpose of determining the the serenest days of summer, tho weather Roman would have consecrated in
Whate'r you do, when ont o' view- amount proper to be paid to the Libellants changed at a moment's warning into a tem the Temple Bacchus, and that I oughtto
Bo cautious ay-before folk! in the event of the Claimants adopting that pest worthy of the north-west passage.- have refused to all human threats and

Consider, lad, how folk will crack, mode of settlement, or for the purpose of Our fete chnmpctre 1 blown into a thousand tears, I saw flashing through the air, ground
And what a great affair they'll mak' assigning-a just proportion of the cargoto fragments. Our lamps, festooned a- i between teeth, trampled under heels, and
O' nathing but a simple smack, the salvors if the payment bu made in mong our elms, were sent jlying like chain- ; finally I levigated into their original sand.; ,
That's Behave gien or taen before-before folk folk: kind; the Court has caused tho same to bo shot through our windows; our "grand The supreme catastrophe of the rout at
Behave yourscl'yoursel' before folk,, appraised by three intelligent merchants of emblematic"transparency, the masterpieceof length roused mo to a sense of my duty.
'or fire the tongue o' auld and young, the place,who after a thorough examinationinto a London Appelles, and which cost I i The chandelier, a huge pile, whose galaxy
Occasion to come o'er folk. and inspection of all the articles, nnd dare not confess how much, was ripped of prisms, drops,and stars, would have raI-
Its no through hatred 0':1. kiss, an inquiry into tho various sources 'of in- from top to bottom at the first onset, and sed the envy of tho Great Mogul, hnd given -
That I sae plainly tell you this; formation In regard to (their value, have reported discharged with the force of a tstcam-cn- eaily signs of tottering. Our Decorator
But, lash! I tak' it flair amiss, the value of vessel and cargo to bej4G,076 gino down the "grand staircase1' on the 'lis$ true, had pledged his neck to us for
To he sao teaz'd-before folk C3 cents;-salvage upon that sum heads of.en ascending column of quakers, its security, and I had reposed on tho
Behave yoursel' before folk, at 40 per cent (the )proportion to which the devils, Jews, and Spanish grandees. The pledge, from presuming it the move valuable -
Behave; yoursel before folk, Court believes the salvors justly entitled) The uproar was tremendous; and from my to a fellow who had nothing but his
When we're alano yo may tak' ane, would give the sum of$18,730; but as the study, in which I had lingered till the first neck to lose. He had even given himself
But fient a ane before folk! gross value of vessel and cargo is subjectto concourse should be quiet, and I might an experimental swing from its chain, and
I'm 8lJl' \vi' yon I've been as freeAs a deduction for dutiesexpenses and charges venture forth with safefy to my limbs, I as neither its time nor his was yet come,
ony modest lass should be; the Court believes that in justice, that heard tho general crash, not undclighted he had been suspended in safety. But the
TJiit yet, it does na do to see amount should be greatly l lessened.It with the anticipations of its clearing my general concussion, in which the \'eryValla
Sic freedom used-before folk
Behave yoursel' before folk, is therefore ordered, adjudged and de- house. danced,at lost reached the-ceiling; a flying ,
Bchavo )'our'ficl' before folk, creed, that the Claimant pay to tho Mar Mr. Ultramarine's sudden retreat had left claret jug gave the finishing blow, and
I'll ne'er submit again to it-- shal of this Court, for and on account of : all ourornamental exploits half born. The down thundered tho chandelier in a whirl-
So mind you that-before folk. the paid Jacob Houseman and others, the cascade,. painted a fac simile of Trivoli, wind of dust, plaster,and ormula.In .
Ye tell me that my face is fair; salvors, the sum of ten thousand dollars in I was carried away by a burst of the rivulet the real alarm, I extricated myself
It may be sae-I dinna care- five days from this day; end also, that he that we had been nursing for the occasion. from the chaos to ascertain the fate of my
.' But ne'er again gar't blush sae sair pay in the same time all the costs and char- The svptrle fontaine, on the model of the family,and found my unfortunate wife doubly -
Asyc Lac done beforo folk: gen accruing out of the prosecution and grand trons of Versailles, after flinging up overwhelmed by tho general discomfiture -
Behave yoursel' before folk, settlement of this case; and) upon his failure half a dozen convulsive jets which burst and the fall of an immense screen,
Behave yourscl before folk; to pay said sum of money, costs and into the drawing room windows and extravagated which one of our village architects had,
Nor l heat my checks wi' your mad freaks, charges, within the time aforesaid-it is over tho company, refused to playa in the fullness of'his ingenuity, converted
But be douce before folk.
ay further decreed, that the said Marshal deliver drop more.} Tho organexpressly brought into a partition between Ihcsalledc dance,
Ye tell me that my lips arc sweet; to the said salvors, jointly, for their down from London to captivate us by un- as it was announced in our programmefor .-
Sic: tales, I doubt arc a' deceit; services in saving the cargo of said ship, seen harmony from a grotto, for which the wo.had &programme loo-and the sup-
At ony To rate prize, it's their hardly sweets-beforo meet folk: the following articles, being part of said wall of my study was broken down, firmly per-room; and which of course tho first inundation -
Behave yoursel' before folk, cargo, viz.Fiftyeight. resisted tho touch of human finger duringthe of belle and beaux had swept away -
Behave yourscl' before folk;. hogsheads rum, averaging night,or a gave signs of life only in a as if it had been gossamer.
Gin that's the case there's time and place, 108 gallons each.Seventythree succession of alternate screams and groans. Rescuing tho partner of my JOYs and
But surely not before folk! hogsheads sugar, No. 1. The crowd was enormous,tho heat stifling, sorrows from the ruin, with the loss of a
But, gin ye really do insist average weight 1777 1-2 pounds each. the noise deafening, and the crush hazard whole revenue in lace, feathers, and grog do
That should! suffer to be kissed, Twenty hogsheads sugar, No. 2. same ous to life and limb. To move, much less Naples undone forever; and leaving tho
rae, get a license frac the priest, average weight. to dance, and least of all, to get a glass of ground covered over with a full crop of
And mak' me yours bet'ore folk) Three hogsheads, sugar, No. 3. same average wino or a fragment of buiscuit with a fair beads and bugles, I bore her, fainting und
Behave yoursel' before folk, weight. combat, became rapidly out of the ques- frightened out of all hope of glory for the
Behave yoursel' before folk, One hundred and thirty-four bags pimento tion. Fixed, like ono of my own candelabra night, up to her chamber, which I found al.
And when baith flesh and bane
Ye tak'-ten-before ane, folk! (good) average wt lOOlbs each. in tho corner to ,which I had first ready Invaded by a festive crowd, whose
may Five bags pimento [damaged] same average worked my way, I saw,to my infinite alarm, chief amusement was the examination of
CASE IN ADMIRALTY. wt. the crowd increase, without measure. The every little recess of those shrines in which
Jacob Houseman et al. Six tons fustic. mask had sanctioned every thing and body; beauty keeps her secrets against tho rava-
Four tierces coffee, [good] and thirty- and I could soon discover, through all its ges of time.
The Ship vs.Britannia} Libl for salv'e. eight hides; and that he expose to sale at pasteboard, that a multitude'had made good Dull as my glance was, even discovered
Christopher Lamb Clai- public outcry after giving five days noticeof their entree who had no invitation but their some mysteries of the art of perpetual
mant. the time and place of sale, so much of own. As tho throng thickened, its mate- youth, which tho last three months and a
the remainder of said cargo,as will be suf- rials seemed palpably to degenerate; tho French lady's maid had communicated to
The principles which 'hare heretofore go. ficient to raise the sum of ono thousand malice of my village friends had mustered my village queen.
verned this Court, and by which it will: dollars, being 40 her cent upon tho value the rabble for my fete: nameless figures, But, to the rustic inquirers round us, tho
hereafter l he influenced in forming its deci- of said ship; and also, so much thereof as whoso natural garb served them as mas investigation was worth ball and supper
sions in cases of thiskind, have been stated will raise a sum sufficient to pay all the querade habits, and who played tho clown put together. Our nearest and dearest
from the' bench too often to require that I costs and charges of this prosecution; and with tho truth of nature, fought thier way friends were, as might ho concluded, the
should again advert to them: Acting up- that ho pay over the said sum of one thou- through the mass of bantling and bruised roost active in the inquiry; and I saw, not
on those principles, the only question I sand dollars, when raised as aforesaid, to sheplerdessesDiannasand Sultanas. To without Homo feeling of gladdened justice,
have to determine, is-to what compensation the said salvors, in full compensation for resist was soon hopeless, and, in the act of the preparations for a whole winter's cam-
are the Liltcllants entitled, for their their services in saving said ship.JAMES! inquiring by what right a tall ruffian with awatchrnan' paign of renovated and resistless bloom
cervices in saving the Ship Britannia and WEBB, coat and rattle had made his carried ofT as trophies.

her Cargo? Judge. appearance in my house, I at once received But my wife's patience had passed away
f. ,The imminent danger to which that ves- a volley of language that made all my with her fright; and, at the moment when
sel was exposed while thumping on the belles clap their hands on their cars; a her most confidential neighbor was in tho
rocks, the great labor bestowed in relieving iMISCELLANEOUS.. behind which left coat skinless of
grasp my ; act developing a French boire of the
her from that danger, the personal risk of and a push before, which depri red me of an most precious and profound nature, from
From the Tales of the Great St. Bernard.
the salvors the of valuable
large amount
old and favorite repeater,that 1 would not its blue morocco, double volumed caitsct
property employed by them in rendering VILLAGE MASQUERADE have given for the fee-simple of the corpo- lettered pcnteta ntr rhotnmf, in which
the service,the injury done to that property, From the Tales of the Great St. Ber- ration.A rough veritable was the leant of the misdemeanors .
and the inevitable destruction to which nard, we extract a chapter giving an ac- new uproar from belowannounced my beloved<< dashed her way
both ship and cargo were doomed, withoutthe count of a Village Masquerade, which pre- that a reinforcement was at hand, in the through the laughing rabble with tho vigorof
timely and active assistance of the Li- sents a lively picture of the licentiousnessand shape of the footmen, coachmen, and a bereaved tigress, rent the boite from
bellants, -all conspire to place their claimin extravagance of that kind of enter- grooms, whom the increasing storm bad the meagre figure that with virgin hypocrisy
a point of view, as highly favorable as tainment. A village Squire had unluckily driven within the house. Like the inva- was on the very point of appropriating
any which has come before this Court, been made suddenly rich, and his wife and sions of the Goths and Vandals, this new its contents for future uee,and by an ener
where an abandonment of property had daughters became as suddenly proud, and irruption of barbarians drove forward the gy denied to all but females in despair, absolutely
not taken place by the owners. determined to outdo their neighbor, especially olds disorder "sat umpire of the night.1 flung the delinquent headlong out
The importance and merit of tho services Mr. Molasses, the rich sugar baker, The temporary orchestra, left unfinishedby of the chamber. I then joined 'my forces
have been satisfactorily proved; and indeed in equipage and show. They soon oO nd- our Decorator, found itself unable to to the conqueror: the defeat became
are acknowledged) by the Claimant, ed all their old neighbor, and excited the sustain the weight well-fed beauty that and the chamber was cleared, but clear-general -
both in his answer and through his counsel of tho whole county. A fled to its benches for
envy masqueradewas refuge, and came ed like a fold ot battle-left covered with
I: lie admits that a fair and liberal salvage resolved to feed and down fiddlers
upon entertain I and all, with crash} of expiring the wrecks of all that once glittered there
should be vllowed, but pray that it their enemies into better nature. Taking harmony. The igrand," impporta- to do mischief to mankind..

'SIte"ClS soM by an. order of Court, t may: to !mata moal'public ruin rmioMi'. ; ; ',\
for daughters a decreef .*made: by the Court directing \vliofb of the proceeds of-sale I\ row be anti npr-Cat! nt the time "nn.1 jhicVr.forcsaid .
: my
Urmly: ncxllnluifJ.:1S I found wjllh her rosy checks turned that the salvage !should' be pnid in kind,the ia and the a part hands of the Marshal of Mid: Court, ,bcfor.o tho Judge aforesaid null| nl.to
< tire persecutions of a 'ofjwhjcjjjwa* to' enable tbe. Captaintoepau'jhis.vcsscl.and entitled, for their servicesrendcrcd'as to'nttcntl Upon every session and Rcpin'J,
,to scarlet bV:wrftth at object ,., nnd that! .they, be held there and from thence/
toiddlc-;; -Lis literal comtcn- to un'til
his to a ft
fellow with n beard: down to a p/occedjipon. aforesaid,
and the samc' 15prayed demu'tive sentence shall he.toad jini! ;!
learned Brahmin, who, after plogiiinflfthc voyage with the balance of cargo: After sation by way of salvage; the said business |urn.
mulycd in
with jargon worthy of his had been thus paid in hind, Capt. accordingly. : ; if
unhappy girl the .
salvago of thcin rhntllhink :
lad of raid Court them or any : : it their, Flu.
,. -kindred baboons, during the evening, Lamb undertook to sell the Britannia and And wlicrcos the Judge 'hear abide I
of the crowd to nomc I District hath ordered and fl lret. I ty so to doj to ; by and pcifurriiall
taken advantage for said
now and Jnado the regular the remaining cargo: upon his own responsi- Mqndayjri i -April) next for f nil and singular such judicial\ nets as nit
: 3d
to direct language( this td on the
of dying at her feet, bility. In consequence of departure cottcerncd to be cited and intiputea ncrci-sruy: tttr'l 'by luv required) '0'c\ (trot
otTer The multitude kept me from the philosopher from toe decree of Court, and the loss sustained persons altteCoUrl House at Key-West, and expedited in the prrmisr?, and fllUIPi\\ \

just long cnou h to hear him propose I by the sale of cargo and payment of to In !did appear District, to show cause, if any they to do and rorrivc what unto law and}mtrtr-r'\ : '

rm elopement. Indignation left me dutjjBi, we understand that tho Cndcnm- have, \\hy judgment should not pass as shall appertain, unckl.llo fair of the; l:1: land

of Words, but I contrived to do ters at r Lloyds 'refused.to':ray salvage prajed. You ate therefore hereby authori contempt thereof; 'the absonco or\ Cow:
nq without power them. I tore my path through a all that portion of cargo,and the vessel empowered and strictly fenjomcd pc- tnmacy of them and c\cry of them in en:it'
phalanx of dominoes, Indian blankets,and 'tlmi sold by Capt. Lamb,and a suit is rcwplprily to cite and admoni nil persona wise notwithstanding' '' And wifttocujou I :'
Queen Elizabeth fcrdinfialcs, and applied between the ortners anti underwriters whatsoever interested', by nil lawful wayr, shall: do in the premises: you shall: dub!:
now pending this Mo- i ilY( unlo the Jndye nfoicsnid, tit th'g
whereby :: eel
tIle same argument and methods! ,
to the learned pundit The decree, in this case, was! rrtcans
which I had found BO effective! with Mr. Ul 1 1023! ,; ml ion may 'be made: : most public and notorious time and place: nfol'caidtngctl: r wiijj'
tramarine. He started Horn his knee and pronounced April ; ;to Le and appear: r.t the time and place these present. .

assumed the hero. I grasped his beard", Arrived tore on-.e-19th inst. U. 8. SchrAriclj aforesaid before the Judge aforesaid( and Witness the Hon. Jiails'Inn, .tudgc of

brought away his wisdom and his mask together Lt. Commandant: Farrand, from also: to attend upon every session and ECS- raid Court for said Distiict, this,the 2Clh'
and faw-tfl Decorator himself! and sirs to l be held there and from thence until day of February. 1032.JOEt.YANCEY.
cruize. Officers
measures were not the less*energetic Igave Tampa Bay and a a definitive sentence shall be read and CJcrl-.
My half dozen crew in good health. I business indushcly ....
him new ground for a actions I promulycd: in ll.o said ,
before he reached the head of the -<)+c-- I if tl.cm or any'of them shAll think it their THEREFORE, in }pursuance of the f lltc

Stairs. How ho contrived to reach the bottom In the case of tile Ship Lavinin, whichwe I duty so to do, to J.par,abide by and perform nitron undcf the seal J of the District Court

,I believe he as lillie knew as I inquitrd. noticed as having been wrecked' on tLcI all and singular such judicial acts na arenecessary of the United Slates erf America for tfa],

My sole remaining stake in this lottery Coloradovo: arc informed that ten per and by lathe re' liim! to be done Southern Judicial District of Flotilla, tome

of love and riot, was my stately daughter cent on the specie, and all of the goods saved and. expedited the premises: : and fmthcr directed and delivered do hereby gi\'c

Caroline. After a long search,I found the had been given as salvage. The principal to do and receive: what unto law nnd: j3ticesha'1 public irrttice to all persons in any manner

beauty of my princess covered with tIle part of the cargo is said to have belonged appertain: ,under the pain <:f the law intert'stcd.hcrein, that they be and nppcnibefuic

wrecks of her plumage, her' checks washed to tho 'passengers on hoard the Lavi- and! contempt: tlicicof, the absence or con- the Court, to be hdmrn in and for;
with team, and 'her white hands mottled this made. tl1n.H.'yof triemafid every ,of them. in anywise the said District at tlio, Ccftrf IlrfiWn\

with paint from the visages of a troop of nia, by whom ...arrangement. +e>- notwithstanding' : And whatsoeveryou Key West, on the third Monday in April!

fauns and satyrs who had encircled her,and A vessel which arrived,on the 21st inst. shall do rn the premises, yon shall duly \next, nt ten o'clock in the forenoon of thai

between impudence and revelry, both stimulated Itr.v.naln foitrdays from Charleston, report certify unto time Judge nfoiosaid, at I he Way; then and there to intcrpp&o their claims
by floods of my best champaign, at .Walker time anti place aforesaid, together with for the nirnc, and to make their allegation; ?
tile Sloop Capital,
with incantations thereof.
astounding her ears these presents.Witness suppoit
were worthy of their patron deity,and insulting sailed for this port about the 15th instant. the lion JAMHS Wr.r.u, Judge of L. M. STONtf; .

tho harassed girl into manual defence. !.....- --..; ,- --- um 5i itl Couft forsaid District, this 28th t r S. Marshal .'. District.

This too, I put to the route after some efforts 4'OMMIRCIAI. dny of February, 1832. Per THEODORE OWENS: ,.

; and in the m'uUiof roars of laughter ..I.- JOEL YANCDY, CZcrTIIEREFORD /... : Dcpt. Marshal.Koy .

carried my ,unlucky daughter to the -COMMERCE OF KEY WEST. West, Fob. 23th, 133'!.

chamber where her mother and sister sat in --,= _--_-- -- ----,-- -- -- ----- _**.miPXPORTS" know yc, to all whom it ---,- --

sublime-repentance, and as they examined for Havana. Per Spanish may co main, that in pursuance of the a- L'n&0.l
their, |cacf'-mcal drapery'owmq irrecon- Sclir.San Fernando,200gtmintalsselteclfishby gave MOil ion from under the seal of the
cilable resentment against the living world. master. Per Spanish Scl.r. Scgiltida Art* District Co'srt (,f the Uniicd States of .

They were not without a speedy revenge jdrea, 350 quintals salted fish, by master America, for the Southern District of ->0 000 YtEi.t..ltm1)cr'rc.:
least of Hi Tho chandelier Per Sloop A7.elilfur Charlotte's!' Harbour, directed end delivered I .< ..r ,
tit a part Florida to me ,
upon bushels salt J. Cottrell 1C Co. Per Consort, and I..nc1y'l'ompldn-,
the ruin 589 by Ilydcr Aly,
fall augured all
in whoso Sloop North Amciica, Asfiby, If3 quintals do hereby give public notice to pcrsitis for sale by *\ A. DHOW N J:.
its that
of my house, was destined to preservation salted fish by master. iuany manner intcir;;tcd therein, Key West, MarcU.21-1032. 29!! :;i i
Some of the tapers had continued they be and appenr before the Court to Kcholdcn --- -- ----- --..--- ------,
to burn. The most brilliant and hostile =- ; in mid for the said District at the Sal

belle of tho vicinity was swept in full waltz: 1 :: Court House in Key West, on the 3d :Monday FOIQ ,

across the spot where ono of those lurking 1NTELLYGENCE..1 in April next, at ten (J' IJtk in the I )
J ,
incendiaries lay smouldering unobserved. forenoon of that day; limn and thcio QL THE Fishing AMERICAN, :nn.l
Mer drapery, almost as combustible as herself POUT OF KEY WEST. to interpose their claims for the sii1ientul ; AlUIUC"or terms an.!
touched the taper. Tho gallant htw- to make their allegations in support thereof. NORTH
sabrc-tache and mustache ARRIVED SINCI OUR LAST.March partii'ulais.apply toJOSLP11 .
ear, who in unparalleled 1.. M. STONE:,
was whirling away his fond and 15. Stoop Mary Ellen, Lester, U. S. Marshal S.: District. COTTRELL! & Co.
breathless enthusiast with the rapidity of Tortugas. Per TIIKODORH: OWENS, Key West, 22d Feb. 1632. !25. !hA i

a Catherine wheel, felt too much absorbed Sloop Cuba; Sawyer, Tortugas. do. lJ"l)!!. ,1)far.,. al.'tIy'Vest ,
Fair Burrows
in tho globing cheek, that, according to Sloop IG. Sloop Dread American Park, Boca Grande. *K Feb. 20, 1832. :iotfrc L
.. .
the laws of tho dance,lay melting, like an 17. Spanish Schr. Joscfa, Yanez, Havana ,

owT-sunncd shoulder, to think peach of, upon the world his cpaulleltcd beside. ., merchandise to P. J. Fontaine and oth- The United States of America. LL peso indebted to HIP late Firm,
of COTTRKLT. & TITCH are requested
But in this Mahometan moment, the 18. Sloop Florida Packer, Boca Grande. to make on or'beforc tlit
flame laid fast hold of its prey; the drapery 19. U. S. Schr. Ariel, Lt. Commandant 15th March next. Accounts not liquidated
flamed; and two whirls of the waltz were, I'arrand'famnpa Bay and a cruize. SOUTHERN JUDICIAL-DISTRICT[ : OF at that time will be put inta the Lands of
to it through a circle of an for collection.
enough propagate FLORIDA, ss. Attorney
on the limbs of twenty March 16. Spanish Schr. San Fernando Key West, 2'deb.. 13J2. 2" 21,
floating frippery made Baldcz, Havana, by P. J. Fontaine To the Marshal of the Superior Court for ,-
'I'he discovery onco ,
belles more. Spanish Schr. Scgnnda Andrea, Fernandez. -
in universal said Ditrtrict,Greeting:
followed an -
tho happy consequences Havana bv.. P. J. Fontaine. I d'MyrtleShell.:
SC1't':1m-a: rush to the sldirs-an utter 17. Sloop' Azelia, Sawyer, Charlotte's ;( IIEREAS EDWARD CUA'lDun, oggcrJ).
disregard of limo tics of nature, )Jove and Harbour, by J. Cottrell & Co. .. Es<|I. has exhibited his libel for rrne Imh'Jcrr itR.: .illlivc; a-fair price
bienseances,-adorers /flying from the adored 21. Sloop North America, Ashby, Havana and on .behalf of Joseph Cottrell & Co. 500 Ihil: oT-thTiF;' above Article.

-bosom friends trampling on each other by master. ,Agent&c. for Ll muel Burrows and others, GEORGE E. WEAVER' &' CO.

in the most ruthless spirit of selfpreservationthestaits Per Schr. Josef tJASst, from GE RS.Havana (!. R- stating, alleging nnd propounding, that on JrTl KeyVest.__,,_- -!, June_J, I I IT"-!' II _-. *-
discharging tho young, theantiquated Wood, Esq. 1'. J. Fontaine, of Key West, Friday-tho third day of the prey-cnt month, V. H. QAUTnil MASTRlt'S .
the grave,and tho gay, without and Mr. Olmste of New Orleans. said: Burrows commanding the Sloop Fair OFFICE

respect of persons, by hundreds into the Per U. S. Schf. Ariel, from Tampa Cay, American, and George Woodward, master JDrOvno'*
high road. The satire qui petit was the Richard Fitzpatrick, Esqr., of Key West. of the Sloop called the'Tickler, while pursuing 'ItJORTHFAST corner stairs.of F.'\,
grand maxim of every one, as much as if their accustomed business in their 1 Warehouse-up 23 tfHENRY
Feb. ft 1832.
-- Key West, ,
they had been a garde imperial NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. said vessels,they discovered cdrift and n- ./ #

From my elevation on the third story I ,__ -,_ ) |- ll1f ., baudoncd on the high seas, about fifty -
contemplated the havoc with the serenity of The United States of Ame miles more ot loss from Key West, a large Bt.' ( t'oiJ.
AiMfcon'a angel, and'Pleased quantity of Cotton in bales. That the

the village manners to reform, rica. said Burrows and Woodward at donsidera- GODDAUD informs the pub'
Welcomed the whirlwind and enjoyed the Ltc risk and by great exertion and labour he has established himself: at
storm." SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF fur.the space of five days' or thereabouts! Key West in the Bakery llnsiness. The

And the storm was doing its duty vigorously FLORIDA succeeded in saving about ninetyeightbales following articles, of the best quality can

Sheets of rain, such as servo for To the Marshal of the Strpcrlof Court of, of said cotton,and hringifig the same ahtas bo bad at his establishment:
conversation to the"oldest inhabitants" of into the Port of Key West; and it is fur- FRESH FAMILY LOAVES,
said District
country towns, camo down at the crisis, Greeting: ther alleged that since the said third day of I !:very Morning;
tseninc alike at onco for punishment and DAVID COFFIX PINK-' tire present merrthf the said Lemuel UurI I i rilBSIt PILOT BREAD

preservation; extinguishing the conflagration WHEREAS has exhibited his Libel -' Tows and David Cold, John Gui<;er< Temple I Constantly on hand;
of the draperies and dominoes, but visiting for and on behalf of Jacob Houseman, Pent,, Oliver Rramaiif Nathan1 Burrow, Also

their dismantled proprietors with an et alstating,alleging and propounding,that Sawyer, and Amos C. Tin&. Co. A variety of Sweet Dread, Cake, &c. &..c.Onlers .,
excess of ablution, which, if water could on the Otis day of October, 1830, said in boats and oilieressels on divers and for of the above articles
"wash their stains, away," would have left( Houseman, then in the command of the sundry days and times, in manner and with will(&bo gratefully any received and promptly
us the purest pouled village in Chri tcndom. Sloop Sarah Isabella, a licensed wrecking all the difficulties aforesaid, picked up executed.

vessel discovered aBnc ashore on the Florida adrift, deserted and abandoned on the high Key West, Feb. 8, 183?. 23 tf
---- - -- ----
TIlEZE'I'TE. fleet 'I'hottd i immediately; in companY seas aforesaid, twcnty-thrce other liko bales ...

with Schooner Thistle,proceededto of Cotton, Vsucceeded :n bringing the
---- -
KEY WEST: the said Brig to render her every assistance tlle Fame into the said Port of Key West: BOIIlelling.M' .
in his power. That upon arming Whereupon it is prayed that said cotton,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 21, 1832.C alongside, he ascertained her to.be.the making in all 111 bale,be condemned,and
i ;"_ -.- IWo of Boston from Havana
-- Brig Halcyon, a certain number of said bales decreed them
purpose in future to publish the do with valuable cargo of sugar, coffee, &c. by way of salvage. sr
creel of the Admiralty Court at this place bound to Antwerp. That ho proceeded at And whereas the Judge of said Court for

in regular order as they may have occurred the request and desire of the person in com Raid District hath ordered and directed on ns. HOWAKO, Jun. tins removal

from its establishment to the present time, inand, to render every assistance in bis the 3-1 Monday in April next,-for all persons from CaUe do los Officios to No. p.

excepting only such cases as"C'have already power to relieve said Brig from her perilous concerned to becited and intimated to appear Calle Obripia.

published. We shall also, whenever it situation. That by great, exertions althe. Court House Key West,i in said District Havana, Jan. 1, 1832. 19 tf.BLANKS

is practicable, publish the manner in which and labor,assisted by the crews of the,vessels to show cause, if any they have, wiry -
aforesaid, succeeded in discharging a Judgment should not You
the decrees executed, and the i pass as prayed:
have been
large portion of the cargo of said ling,and are therefore hereby authorised, empowered
result of Ue believe that by
cases. her from total
saving destruction. That and strictly enjoined peremtorily to cite
pursuing this course, we shall be likely to alter they had succeeded as aforesaid in and admonish all persons whatsoever, ha- AND

subserve the interests of our subscribers getting her afloat it was found Urn she vingor pretending to hue tny right, title, JOB PRINTINGOF
generally, and at the same time promote a had received much injury, and in this situation claim or inter>st in or to the said 121

better understanding of these matters a- she was brought by competent and bales cotton aforesaid, by all lawful ways, ALL KINDS.Ym7y

broad Jn tbfl case of the Ship Britannia, skilful persons to the 1'0rof l c.Wf.St, i n\lI s and method, whcieby this Monition t ctrrvted at thisMy Ojit


dl! without first ootc.!::
Rl' C. Tiio Reef shall; tic umsidcred bring within the port or harbour of Kby !ttltJ.t: sd or ics Bhnllbcf, liable to perform

when the Light-House on Sand Key bears West, any foreign:: p.1ssengcrVho may have ing Mid permission,nuarantlnttthat, frmj ho imposed
either I;. N. L, or \Y. S. W. clandestinely departed| from any.! foreign seine;ftltl said Vessels' and cargoes;x-- ,, "
Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. All I I\P5sels Habits to pay pilot- ""ptncnnd' who shall not possess it passport : upon prdaincd Thnt j,I II
fit it
dated 16th age !bound from this Port, shall pay the or other evidence of his having !been J lJCY- I Sec. 3. shall furthtf rcm.lihMn full* (ottO
United States this Ordinance
milled from thence--antlter\ -
same ns vessels entering i|but if said vessel to depart the Council
March, 1002.SECTION. shall choose to depart without a Pilot,they mitting him to land without permission first until expressly repealed by

XIX. I shall be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. obtained from the Towh Council, shall ORDINANCE-_ -1'n. S t.

13. All.vcsselsexcept wrecking vessels forfeit nnd I pay, f for each passenger so land-
Every person who, shall procure or cn.. smacks and vessels under charge of ed, the sum of fifty dollars Constituting rt Gommitttr' nf Finance'*.

Lice a SQLDlEUof the United States to wreckers, entering or leaving this Port Sec. 5. lie it further ordained) Thai Be it. ordained by the Prcstd'tkt arittJlfcntbcn

desert, or who shall purchase from nny through the North \Vcst' passage,and drawing nny foreign passenger 1 1)lingVlthl 1 tho of the Town Council of iii j)

Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or four feet water, or over> shall pay two Town of Key West, without permission ""("st, Tliat from and aficr the passing of
.any pert thereof; and any Captain or dollars per foot to nny Pilot tendering his first obtained from the Town Council this Ordinance Members of ho Board,

Commanding Officer of any Ship or Vcssel services; bu if aid vessel docs not receive or without having the necessary to I* dbsignatcU by the President from timeto

who shall enter on board such, Shipor said Pilot, half\ pilotage only shall bo paid; passport or'othcr evidence of his being allowed time, shall constitute a Committee of

Vessel, as one of his Crew, or other if a Pilot docs not tender his service out- freely to depart: from the port whence Finance. '

wise carry away any such Soldier, or side the bar of the said North-West passage he came, (if any is usually granted at such Sec. 2. 7f ti further' ordained, That,
shall, refuseto deliver him up.lo the orders then he shall not claim pilotage tlr place,) shall he liable to enter into bonds in it shall he the duly of the said CoinmUteo\

:of Ins, Commanding Officer, shall, upon half pilotngc. the sum of $1,000 with good security. to to oxniniiio; \ find audit all bills br account

Legal convictisn, be fined, at tho discretion Sec. O. When two or more Pilots shall be nppronn1"of by the President ol the presented against tIm Council; to examine

of any Court havign' cognizance of tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to dcpirt the accounts* of dub Treasurer and Marshal',

the same, in, any sum not exceedingThrco alongside shall be accepted, and refused, from the bland within such time as and fnako reports quarterly as to the state

Hundred Dollars ; or bo imprisoned, the said Pilot, shall he entitled to received may IKJ deemed reasonable, or on f failure of the Finances. '

nny term not exceeding om year." half pilotage.Sec. llc committed to jail. I). c. PINKHAM,
--<>+4>-- 10. When a Pilot shall discover Sec. 0. lie it further ordained That JVrwlV 'I: C.H. .

J xtracto de un Ley de Los two or more vessels, it t'hnllLJe his duty to the several tines and penalties herein enacted S. WATKRHOUSK:, .

visit that which is nearest,unless. a signal of may bo recovered before the Presi- 1"k.,
Estados Unidos con fe- distress be exhibited on one more lemote: dent of the Town Council *r any Justice ---

clia' del 16 de Marzo, and any Pilot fading to comply with this of the Peace. Omen of Anicrirtin 11tCULAIt.and Foreign Agency for

1802. provision shall forfeit his Bnnc.li.: Claims No --lt> Wall street, New York ,
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged bcforo lie ORDENANZA -Ko. 0. PUBLIC NOTICK is hereby given to

SECCION XIX. Town Council of incapacity or negligence-+ Artcglando, la, introduccion, dc Pasagc- all persons whom I it may concern having '

shall, upon conviction, to deprived{ of hip ros, Hstrangcros, en el Pueblo dc Cayoftucso. Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &('. payable
.,Persona nlguna quien procura o' as- Branch. or recoverable abroad that this Agency !has
isti el huir do algun SOLDADO do Les Sec. 12. All fines mill penalties imposed established, under the! special auspices and
Cslados Unidos, o' quien .compra de al- by this Ordinance shall t IKJ u-cov,'ml he- Por cuanlo, varied criminales, dclih- patronage of distinguished: individuals in

Soldado BUS, Armas, hestido dc Uni- fore the President of tho Town Council!, allowing domes contra las ieXcs del pais do llondo this country, regular correspondence in the with
gun eminent Bankers,&c. principal ports:
formi o' qualesquera part de chit! ; y algun to the partic?, in nil inr-tam'.m:: yinicrotr, ban lido mtroducidos en estoPueito and capitals of foreign governments in commercial -
Capitain o' Oficial Mandando nlguna appeal to the Council. proccdentcs dc otros cstrangcros, relation with the United States
Frngata o1 Barco que sea, o' quien FCcinlxirca Sec. 13. When u Pilot shall go on bourn, y como la continuacion de scmejantcs cn- through the medium whereof such valid

en chit ?offs(* Marincro, o1 dc of a vessel, he shall exhibit ins BI UKI.;+ :'iiui trndas pucden scr ntendidas. como dc injurious claims may he confided thereto, will hrt
qualesquera inodo lleva CoSsijo algun shall also furnish the Musier or Coninwid- con 'CII'ncias para la comunidad, expedited settlement, anti promptly and

Soldado, o' quien dcja 1 : de cntregar eltiicho er of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi a tnenos clue[ medidas no scan twmaclas para cflectivcly recovered when proofs
with the suitable
claimants legal
rcmodiailas: the
Soldado a la orden del Oficial .
nance. Portanlo onlcna el Prcsitlcntc nnd vouchers, together with the requisite
ZUandantlo, sera obligado a pagar una Sec 14. The following tatr.l'If lilot- sc por y. Tower of Attorney, to bo taken nud'r ciuiowlcilgcd -
tnnlta Sogun ladescrecion de b Cone Iue loge arc allowed : Mieml(ros. del Calttdot Quo desdo el primero before any Judge of a Court of

tenga conocimicnto' Jcl rnismo, en qua- On a vessel drawing 5 feet, $7 00 del uses do Noviembro proximo, en llccord, or other competent civil magistrate -
lesqucra soma no sicndo ariha de Tres G" .' 0 00u &"lclfltte,( c) Capitan deciialquicr a Buqueenttttndo municipal authority, or notary public -
ciontos pesos o1 pucsto en la pricionpor ,7' 1000 de algun Puerto o lugar estrange ; and the wholuduly aulhcnticatoJtby the,
un termino no sicndo ariba deIn 8 12 Ob Tills el de Cayo lIu e. o, ha do manifestarai Governor of the state or territory in which
nnu." cc 0" 1360 Cscribiento del Cabildo cl nuincro do |>asagerc the same may ho perfected, and legalized
1500 <:', 1)') cuidadanos de los Estados U- by.the appropriate Foreign Consul.
10" -
NOTICE. "1 '. cc 11" 1050 l1itOfl! ,ni veeiuas del Pueblo do Cayo Huc- Having stUo established the United a similar btatcsand correspondence
ha do al Teaorcro >or cada
so; y pagar ] pa-
DE 12" 1000 Jlritish America, the like claims for recov-
citizen who
apprehend a
ANY may '. -1'J5u sagero Un Peso. in thereof will
from the U. Stales' Troops, 13 ery, any part respectively
nod deliver him over to an Officer of the 14 2300 Sec. 2 KICupitande cualquier a BuquoPaltando bo received, and efficiently attended to, in
Army will be paid the sum of FIFTEENDOLLARS 15 ct 2700 a manifostar dentro de24 horns des behalf of American, as well us Foreign
for each Deserter thus secured. JG" 3200 plies do la cntrada de dicho Buque, ha do claimants' ,
J. M. GLASSELL, cc 17 3000 sir mnltado y pagara adeinas do la soma Orders fur the investment of funds on
Major Commanding. "< 4000 ante dicha por cada pasagcro Cinqo pesos. mortgage of freehold property, or in tho
IB .
Key West, April 27, 1831 -3i ,i. 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun jxisagero: cstrangcro de purchase of public securities in tho Uiirtcd
*"" JO States, Canal Loans! of the States of New
., algun Buquc ha dc scr pcrrnitido dcsembaicar -
.20 Ohio &c.
York, Pennsylvania, punctuallyand
BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE, tt 21" v 5500 eq el Puerto de Cayo Hucso,amcnos faithfully executed. r

Arid Agent for Lloyds, Iontion, and the 22 GO'OO quo no haiga publicamcnto y librementcnalido Application.addrcsscd to this Agency, incases
23 '" 66 QO del lugar dc su procedcncia, y tines requiring tho investigation of claims,
Association of Vhdcncriters, JAverpool, 2-1" 70 00 en su poder pasaporte o otro testimonio lal5ual search of records or tho intervention of legal

NO. 3, FRO: T-STHEET. Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall IKJ detained < coma los quo sc conceders en cI Puertode proceedings, should bo accompaniedwith

Office hourifromS A. ,it. to 3 o'clock 1':M. 011 board any vessel after sIlo has.arrived su proccdencia purmiticndolo su salida. an adequate remittance to defray tho

tf Key West,1l0th April, 1831. in the harbour, at tho request of the Kec. 4. El Capitan de algun Buquc quo tending preliminary the charges same; and and all disbursements letters must at.bo
Master Comm f\tlcr of faill'c'IscI said traiga drntrodel Puerto do Cayo Hucso al-
or addressed! (post paid) to the undersigned,
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall entitled todemandand! receive gun pasagero quo hayga salido dand tina- (Counsellor of the Supreme Court of tho U
Three Dollars for every such day. mcnto de algrxi lugar y quo no poses pasa Htates) in tho Office of the Agency, 4!>
the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porte o otro testimonio de halJer sido permi- 'Vnlllltrect, New York.

ed Oct. Branch, shall,. at tho ,lime he obtains the ,tido su salida/ y pcrmitiendole dcsembarcar AARON II. TALMER.Actuary.
15Z.1831.ORDINANCESNO.. same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer sin petmiso prirncro obtcnido del Cabildo, THE CITY d'AZETTK, *
J ....
.. ha de multado cada
TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to thcClcrkfor scr y pagara par pasa AND COMMlUtCIAL DAILY ADVKKTMF.K.
G.To : issuing the same. gcro asi i dewmbarcardo Cincuenta Pesos. A Journal of Commerce, Science<<: Literature -
regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts.of Sec. 5. Quo cualquier jxisagero cstran- and the Arts.

J3c it ordained by the Council of tic Ordinances, militating against this: Ordi! gem dcsembarcando dentro del Puerto do IIV SIMMS &. DUUYEA.

OUYJ of Key West, That when any per- nance, arc hereby repealed. Cuyo Hucso, sin pcrmiso primero oblcnido TILE CITY GAZETTE is ono of tho
son shall bo desirous of having the situationof del C.qbildQo 0 sin tener el pasaporto neces- oldest existing Journal in tho U. State'

Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall presentto ORDINANCE-No. 0., "" 'sar'o' b otro testimonio de (caber sido permitit1i Under many proprietors course with few
;5aJir Jihrernente del Puerto de BU exceptions, have always been Americanand
the Conner written petition whereupon pro
; the introduction sf
it shall: he the duty of tho Council to Regulating Foreigners cedencia (si c?coslumbreen tal lugar)ha do popular. Of late years, from neglect
than other ,its influence
into tftc Toint of Key -Wc&t more any cause and
a committee of three competent per sor 9ujcto a entrar en obligation en la sutnade patronage had vi.iblydeclin.cd. Within the
sons to make enquiry into the qualification WJIKKEAS several criminals, on ridt! :rs' against .$1000 con bucna fianza quo csto approbado last year however tho present proprietor,

nnd fitness of the persons applying, and res the laws of the country whence por cl Presidcnte del Cabildo o un jucz having entered upon a course of policy,
port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived: at Key. do paz para que saiga de la Ysla, dentro del more consistent with tho politics of tho
of the board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a continuance ticmpo como sera considcrado razonable o South, and having made numerous additionsto
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots appointed of such arrivals will he atfeml- en fultando sera conducido a la carccl. the mechanical improvements of their
shallprevious- to receiving their ed by many injurious:: consequence to Sec. 6. Quo las ntullas aqui ordanadas, establishment by fitting it out in a new and
handsome and on a larger sheet and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means he taken pucden'scr cobradas por Prcsidcnto del better description type of paper than heretofore

Security for tho faithful performance of their to prevent them: Cabildo o per un juez do paz.ORDINANcENo.. lay claim to, and have been favored with a;
duty. lie it therefore ordained, flY the Prc- largo and proportional increase of patron-
Bilcnt and Members of 1'ir Town Coun- 10. including new subscriptions ai.d '
pec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, Age general : -
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto cil of Key n"t''t'That' from and after For preventing the introduction of Cholera advertising. Within the last year, their
the first day of November next, the Master list of patrons has. been swollen by an accession
enable them to proceed over the Ileefand
of any vessel arriving from a foreign portor into the Town of Key West. of more than Three Hundred Citi
render the aid of Pilotage to vessel
the any place, at the port of Key West, shall WJIERKAS a certain disease, known by the zens. to which new names are with litHo
make a report to the Clerk of the Town 'name of-INDIAN CHOLERA, at pre- exception almost daily added. Tho pro/
Sec. 3. That all vessels drawing over /> Council, of the number of passengers: onboard &prevailing in the Northern parts of prietorsjinjurder the better merit thai eucouragcincat .
feet of water enteriug this Port, except fish of which, it is equally their
not citizens of the United States, Europe,of tho most fatal character; antI
smacks vessels and vessels pride and pleasure, to acknowledge an much
ing wrecking such disease be introduced
nor residents of the Town of Key West; 'as may into has been received from
their friends and
under of wreckers shall the
charge pay and shall |:'y to the Treasurer ono dollar our ovrn ports by vessels trading. with fellow citizens-have established in connccV
of herein after specified":
rates Pilotage
for every passenger aforesaid. that quarter of the Globe: lion with their oilice of business, a spacious
Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or offer Sec. 2. lIe it further ordained, Tint: lIe it therefore ordained by the President Heading- Room, in which, the chief: Public
his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot tho Master of any vessel I failing or neglecting and Member of the Toirn Council Journals find their way and aro carefully
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of filed, from all the States in Ur ion.
to make such report within VI hours of ](f"1V.rt, That all vessels arriving our -
the Light-House on Kcjr West, said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit from jKJrtt or places, where the said disease This room isfreo with all its facilities with
t>o hoarding or offering Ins services,shall IKJ and) pay the sum of five dollars, in addition exists, shall btj taken by tbo Pilots of the out A charge, to all patron of the Gazette.
regular Current
entitled to only half pilotage and if said weekly Prices lu letter
; to the aforesaid for each
sum required without
their board
port, going on to the form and upon aloo paper suitable
Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the
passenger. Quarantine Ground, northward and westward correspondence, carefully collected,
Light-House on Key West is distant not Sec. 3. Dc it further ordained That with the '
of Fleming' Kcyy-tl ero to remain most correct estimate of the true
more than, two miles, and then bears E. N. no foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the condition of the markets: and put upon the
E.no pilotage shall' be claimed. shall IKJ permitted to land within the Council and"Health Ofllccr of the port. most advantageous terms to all that COIQQ

Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five Feet port or harbour of Key West, unless he Sec; 2. He it further! ordained, That under thin class,is also issued from the office

Crater 8'lbjcct"to; the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely and openly departed from while it shall be thought necessary by the of where the proprietors. Their Heading Koooi

,refusing to receive a pilot outside of tho place whence! he came, and have in jiis said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels is free alike the earliest to information may bv Iadt,
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his such strangers w the city
services possession a passport, or other papers should rforni and
i quarantine, no inter master of vessels trading to this
shall l |)e liable to full pilotage as arc usually granted at the whencehe '
pay ; port course whatever shall be held with the P.0'1' 'I t1i* lIDproyemc.ot", they make
but if inside of the Reef & not within two came, permitting him to depart there Town or Island of Key West, but by daily additions, aflordiug facilities to the '
miles of tho Light-Housc on Key Westthosaid from. and under the direction of the man of leisure atilt uiuess, alike hitherto
light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, TJjat pn-udrnt and Health Officer and ail unknown' SIMMS & ,DUttYIU.
fhall pay half pilotage. the Master of any ship orcssd, who shall I sons who shall hold any intercourse; with i H-r- Nu.1 Droad street, Charleston.
;: 8uhscriptiQDS received at this QtnQlJ1tesUoid

SOUTHERN: REVIEW. shall! have n right lo'vole for a Mayor :111.1
less formidable than tic certainty of being six Aldermen ; and that such election
'f\'; trampled by those with whom we have confederated 7 HE subscriber begs leave to inform Iho s llal!
.<: OP THE he held. on the first Monday in
for the next April
is is vitall has undertaken, ill
FIIEE TUADI home. Hence jtnpnrtant that ic
KTATE ANI public
mr.IITS each and such
" POST. .* that the'power should be sustaineewhich d' llireejears to publish the :SOUTIIEHN REVIEW every year, place ns said

:EVENING alone can compel a striclconstnicttoiof arid to look for his remuneration entirely incorporation may appoint, and .the roi A

THE establishment, in( Charlestonof the Charter. That power resides will to tho present and future subscription shall he given by ballot. }

Newspaper, devoted to UK. each State Sovereignty. It is the State list of $5. As this source has hitherto Leon Sec. 4. Bo it further enacted, That i time

support of their principles, has been deemed Right of sovereign interposition to arrest inadequate to defray tub expense, he begs Mayor and Aldermen of said oily f'lmli{
expedient by the STATK RIGHTS and I the of Federal The existence to solicit the patronage of
usurpation leave earnestly meet at such limes, anti 1 at mch) place*
FREE TRADE PARTV. In pursuant of thisright ns the conservative those who think the Review worth of pub Xvithin tlc limits of said ,
this determination THE En NING corp-ini'mii,
of of Constitutions no new doc n
POST will bo commenced at a Dally Kve- trine principle; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, lie The support.subscriber has associated John' n. Irving .. 'they may think proper, ami their mrbtirn: ;;.,

ping Journal, BO soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and con Esq.: with him in publication of the shall, be public; and the Mayor and im;

arrangements can ho completed. i temporary expositors. This principle ii H Review, who will conduct the correspon- less than three Aldermen shall ho tuceGsary -

Tho political tenets to which the Evc the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing dence, establish agencies, collect and receive to form a quorum for the transaction of
minx: Post wilt be devoted are so familiar I ours from other Republics not Fe subscriptions, and attend to all the business. '

to this community, have of discussion been so long by the the dcral in theirelements. In the Jailer, a business transactions of the Review,excepting Sec. 5.: Be it further enacted, That! ii.'

prominent subject Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of pub the typographical department. the Alderman of
press-and have been so often and triumphantly lic opinion, is construed by and varies withthe 'I. he subscriber has the satisfaction alsoto Mayor or any said ciu;

vindicated by the first minds in out changing will of a majority ; while in announce that Hugh S. Legare, Esq (to shall he absent more than two months, tl.e

State, and in the Federal councils, that it our Republic a guardian power preserves it whom tlc Review has hitherto owed t>o scat of such Mayor or Alderman shall bo

is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more as a permanent rule of action. much) has consented to be associated with deemed to be vacated, and an election shall

than the following exposition, 'vhich is offered The formal recognition of such a righton the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the liter ho ordered to fill such vacancy, and five

in lieu of a more detailed political the creed.dictate the face of the Charter would have been ry department of this journal. days public notice thereof shall he given
be advocated
Trado will as
Free superfluous/ in as much as it resulted neces The subscribers who are still in arrears before the said election shall take.plnc ".
-as a privi !
of an enlightened policy sarily from the formation of a compact between will be pleased to make payment to J. JJ.
Bo it further enacted
impartial justice Sec. G. That it
logo of the peoplewhich independent soveicigns having no and the new subscribers will i
from the rulers of country- Irving, Esq. shall J o the duty of the Mayor of said
requires common umpire. As a feature of our political their subscriptions likewise to him, asIan city
ami as a right, which,in ours, is guaranteed system it is course a political, not a pay is alone authorized to receivethcln. lo order an election for Mayor and Aide

,by the Constitiiiion. The framers of that the revolutionary right. Formed forthe protec- A.E. MILLED, men, at least ten days previous to the time

'venerated instrument withheld from tion of a minority from the usurpations of No 4 Broad street! Charleston. hereinbefore prescribed for their annual clection -

Federal agents the power to protect manu- the Federal authorities themselves and nnd if the Mayor shall rcfifo
factures by restrictive duties ; it has been article appealed ; crnegled :
exercised originally
of The
(ruin the usurpation a majority following to order and advertise! said election
usurped! by a perversion of the revenue of those authoritiesthe We account ,;
thesubserviency in this republish on
through :
sectional paper it shall he the of the clerk of
duty said
and its exercise involving incorporation
power itself needed protection. in Boston
Constitution it -
of having lately! seen u c<<'pyof n
sectional aggrandisement, to do and if the clerk
oppression for Reliance for that protection surely wa not and inaccuracies FO; re-
Las, necessarily, produced a sectional exas- placed in cither the parties against whomit paper, many errors fuse or neglect lo do so, it shall\ and may
the latitude longitude bearingof
peration which endangers the permanency was provided as a shield. The Supreme in he lawful for the citizens of said city, who;
he Union. It impossible that the in- of the Light Houses. It is evident
of ( is some
of the ,was
Court being one agents be entitled to vote for a Mayor ami
can tolerate legislation i so man- if this statement (be followed may
jtjrcd parties therefore entrusted witii its political erroneous
not ,
Aldermen of said to assemble
ifestly unjust and unequal in its operation. guardianship. Nor could be engine of the it will materially, mislead the Mariner, city, at tiny
Without first proving, which is impossible, convenient place in s&id city, and appoint<< \
majority-the ballot box-have been considered and so far from being a guide to warn him
tlatthe bcnrfitsof the protection arc equally as the safeguard. The sectional from will subject him to the judges to conduct said election, and the)'
danger very
to all the States-it is a then to elect
apportioned minority can exert no influence on the representation difficulties which our publication may proceed a Mayor nnd fix
absurdity to contend that the burdens of The against Aldermen wiio shall be info
of a sectional majority. sworn office
the Tariff equally all. If, then, was intended to guard. We advise Edi-
press upon responsibility ofrepresentativeshutsecures by any Judge or Just ice of the Peace in the
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, asits their fidelity to their respective constitu- tors to publish the following, which may he county; after \\hicJi' ,the Mayor and Alder.
defenders vainly its operation relied accurate
argue ents and the representatives of a minority on aQ ;
elected shall
yet glaringly unequal and it becomes no can effect nothing against tho antagonist "For the information of Mariners generally men so immediately enter up-
free to submit to its unauthorised on tho duties if) he performed by llipw.
people interest which the representatives of a ma- we have procured from the Collector
less it to be tolerated Sic 7. Be it further enacted That
Much tlmmMayor
exactions. their constituents
be -
jority may compelled by of the Port, the following schedule of the
when it i. evident that we are not only ar- to enforce in utter disregard of the and Aldermen of said city shall!
situation of the Light Houses along
bitrarily taxed as consumers but that the Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating have power and authority to prevent nnd
Florida shore under his >crintcndence>
inevitable result of the protective system is snj
that the Constitution is at thedis- remove nuisance', to restrain and prohibit
the ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin Cape Florida 'Liglil.-Sationary. Situated -
cretion of a majority, and must be quietly all sorts of gaming to establish and

the prostration of our agricultural into- surrendered to their wisdom and jnsl ce.- on the south point of Key Biscayne, markets the safe of regulate

Besides except in the Parliamentary trans- about 400 yards from the beach. The keeping weightsand :

rest.There is no solidity in the objection to actions of tho two houses of Congress-our Light may be considered 70 feet above tIle measures, to regulate streets, square0,
resistance that others are blindly submitting and fences in said city to licen o weirl In
our frame of government no where recognizesthe level of the sea, distant from the Gulf ; !
to the evils, which are overwhel- consolidating hat the will of a ma- Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing ers, to regulate and appoint patrols, to pun
ming them in common with ourselves. The President be vagabonds to erect and keep whanc
jority shall govern. may up ,
10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
This ii not our justification. If
delinquency elected minority of the people a ma- and regulate into
by a ; to appoint pilots pilotage
of the Lat. 25 47 N
awake to the dangers and degradation Light. ,-Long.
wo are
States the
jority of Senators representing the harbour of said city, and the entrances -
of our situation, it behoves us to leave CO 42 W.
of population are a -
aggregate into tho the anchorage
no effort untried until we shall have repelledthe Florida is situated Caryford's tame; to regulate -
Light ship on -
of the whole people, may reject a measure ,
and vessels in said harbour
invasion of our liberties. The EveningPost unanimously passed by.the representative ( Reef, near the site of iho old one, mooring } ,
will, therefore, exhort to resistance of to tax and license billiard tables to tax
in the other Houseandvice ,
of the people in Lat. 25 013 N. -Long. CO 27 W. It
1io Tariff, as the most prominent enormity versa, a bare majority: in the other distinct and license hawkers, pedlars and transient
of that "American System," which has been House reject a measure passed by the easily distinguished, as two traders, to fax retailers of dry goods::! and
may i shown which he
built on the ruins of the Free System Lights arc can
up merchants
unanimous voice of the Representatives of groceries, commission and auctioneers -
fathers and which if at the distance of 12 miles. Its ob-
bequeathed us by our President seen
the States in the Senate-The a to fax free mulattoes and!
established as the settled policy of the coun- single individual, put his veto on the ject is to warn vessels from the dangerous ; negroes,
slaves the slaves shall not
try, must, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses ; and the Judges rocks and shoals near which it is placed. -provided tax on

of Union,01' molt down and consolidate the of the Supreme Court, holding office I Key West Light, stands on tho S. West exceed the Teirilorial tax on them; they
State Soveicigntics into one limitless,irresponsible but shall have power to levy a tax: on all irii-
not by election by appointment, may Point of the Island of Key West ; is in
despotism. The Evening Post real estate within said city, of no:
set aside the concurrent enactments of Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82 04 W. erect- provcd
will oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House, Senate, and President The power more than one half of one percentum up
ed for the of guiding vessels when
of favoritism
as an engine purpose
to protect the Constitution could not on its value, and one half of one jwrccr. '
sectional robbery, as crea- entering the tarbotir the directions for
ns source of ;
have been rationally intrusted to the all lots within said
very turn on unimproved city,
ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation which arc as follows: Bring the Light to which lots shall he valued nt
taxation-it will oppose the rcchartcringnf was apprehended. It would have been indeed bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light, to unimproved
the United States' Hank, as manifestly twenty-five dollars per acre, and said: taxes
committing time keys of tho'hoiisc: to bear \V.S.W. and you cross the Reef in
unconstitutional, and as prolonging tho existence the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom about fathoms water; run for Key West on real estate shall be assessed by such person -

of a dangerous power ; and it will suggested the propriety of locks. The power Light until within two mile, then steer or persons and in such manner as tfie
the projected disposition of the Surplus and Aldermen of said shall
oppose was wisely left with the several State Mayor city
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, N.W. until you open Fleeming's: Ie-
thus not there deem shall also ha"cpower
Sovereignties only was most Tlicy
if will which b Mangrove Island in the Northernpart proper.
which adopted, a
wholesale bribery,
provided a delnite rule of action for the and uuthority to enforce! all laws of
duration coexistantwith of the harbor and then for it
to oppression a run
give Federal Government,but a to render
the and of their
that of our government.A inoperative that is to nullify, their unautho The best anchorage is in the upper part of Territory, own body regulations
zealous and juciciou9attachmcnt to tho the quarantine of vessels, end for
rised and irregular action.. the harbour. Height of the light House
Union, prescribes the present as the proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist from the level of the sea, 83 feet G inches. the preservation 'of the health of said city.

crisis for making a determined and uncompromising in relation to these principles, the Evening Light stationary. They shall have power to appoint a health m

stand for the Constitution, beforetime Post is pledged to the State Rightsand Sand in officer and such other officers as they may
Key Light.-Revolving once
jarring interests of different sectionsare and the think into eflect their
Free Trade Party; as supportof necessary: to carry
in irreconcilable 54 seconds. It is the best Light on the
each other
organised against -
measures to be efficient must includethe
laws and ordinances and generally to
conflict-before, blinded by their support of men. its humble aid will be coast ;-S.no. by S. 8 1-2 miles from Key for the interior and

unrighteous gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed to extend the personal West Light-situated directly on the Reef. police good government

shall regard as undoubted right their undue influence and promote the political advancement The Light 70 feet above the sea.Tortugaa of said city.

ndvmtagcs-berore they shall resolve to of those statesmen who devote Light,-Stationary,-on one Sec. 0. Bo it further enacted, That r

maintain at all hazards the tyrannous prin- themselves to the good cause, which is iden- of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the west- much of the said city as is now used um;

ciple that public opinion or the will of a tified with the value of the Union, and the ern extremity of the Reef in Lat. 24 31 N. occupied by the United States for the erection

majority, isa powerabove the Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its of Barracks and for other purposes, is
and before the victim sovereignties in mino- with these will bo Long. C3 10 W.
warm co-operation embarrassed hereby declared to be without the jurisdiction -
rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless the by a personal pledge to no candidate AN ACT of said corporation,.and not subject to
very aspirations for liberty bo extinct)shall for the Presidency, or any other
of the laws and1 ordinances made for
vise in desperation and abolish a frame of office. To incorporate the City of Key West. any

tovernmenttoomuch shattered to be recog the Governor and Legislative the government of the same.
In maintaining its ground amid the con- Be it enacted by -
nised as that for which they originally stipulated flicts of party, it will be the aim of the Eve Council of the Territory of Florida Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That all

and which inveterate sectional hatred ning Post to preserve the dignity of the That all the free white male inhabitants laws aid ordinances of said city shall ho

shall then render it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and moderation, under of that part of the Island of Key posted up. at three or more of the most

again to re-compose and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate ends of news within the limits public places in said city, at least three

ciiico roused to a full sense of her wrongs, paper discussion are best subserved by firm- comprehended proscribed days before they shall take cil'ect.Sec. .

will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; ness without violence, and zeal without intemperance. by the plan of said town, now on Be it further enacted That the
and it cannot' be denied that by the Constitution With the opinions and public file in tho Clerk's office in the county of ,

even if strictly observed, the slaveholding acts of opponents, it will exercisathe right Monroe, be and they are hereby constituted Mayor of said city shall have and exerciseall
States arc placed at decided disad but it is that and the the powers of a Justice of the Peace
of dealing freely-: hoped no a body politic corporate by
vantage. Once leagued: for the resumptionof of its will justify the within said city, and shall be entitled to
part career ever suspicion name and style of the City of Key: West;
rights, they will submit no longer to a of iU even partial adoption of the infamous and by their corporate name may sue and be receive the same fees in all cases which he

system of indirect taxation, calculated to I maxim that" all is feir in politicsThedoinesticconeerusof -" and he and may be called upon to determine.Sec. .
sued plead impleadcd grant
and ,
the extent
blind the people to inequality oarnativo State The
11. And be it
and will demandfor receive donations and do all other acts as
of their burdens- they ,
and the
will be carefully watched, policy the
the act entitled "An act to incorporate
thcirlaboringclass a representation fully natural and purchase and
advocated which shall appear best calcula- persons, may of
equal to that of the laboring classes of the ted for her prosperity, safe, and economical hold personal, real or mixed property, and Town of Key West, passed the

other State The required concessionswill government. dispose of tho sume for the benefit of the Nov. 1028, be and the same is hereby re-

be certainly refused by those by whom While the Evening Post will be devotedto said city, and may have and use a corpo- pealed, and that tins act shall be in force

the Union is regarded but of as a bargain estimated the promulgation of the political faith set rate Seal,which may Lc broken or altered from the first day of April next.

by a calculation pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful -
and loss, and tile Federal bond will be sundered of the practical details of Commerceand KEY WEST
2. Be it further enacted That the
of State
-and forever. The advocacy Trade, two branches of industry which ,
Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy must he most beneficially affected) by the government of the said city shall be vestedin SEGAR MANUFACTORY,

of Union. success of its doctrines. Great exertions a person to be called Mayor, and in aBoard 'V. II, WALL lakes this opportunity of

With a firm conviction of this importanttruth will be made to perfect the departments of six Aldermen, to be elected in informing the Public, that ho has established

the Evening Post will Union contend," Fur for connected with commercial intelligence, the manner, and by the persons, and at the A SEOAH MAjrcrAcrouv at Key West.
Libt'rt-l1lo Constitution- and tradesmen shall find
and our merchants time hereinafter directed. best
Liberty first, as the first of national bles- the readiest attention to all tbeirwa.DtI. and He imports for this purpose, the very

.jng ; for the Constitution which secure it the warmest gratitude for all their favors.TERMS Sec 3. Be it further enacted, That all Tobaccofrom Havana.

from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union the free white male persons,over the ago of Segars of the best quality, and of every

which strengthens it against foreign ag- : twenty-one years, who shall have resided description may be bad at hisestablishroen-

. preuifto. Without a rigid observance of Daily three paper time, $10 per week annum. Country within, the limits of the said city, twelvemonths O:T All orders in the above line why:
Union a $5.Advertisements
the Union ,become a paper
time compact, mu the day of election and
and the uncertain dan. inserted at the usual rates. previous to meet the earliest attention.

, tet without! of subjugation Liberty from, abroad ii infinitely Cbar.'eston! (S. C.) Oct. 3, 1611. who shall tc citizens of tile United State, J March.pn09PF.c.TtJS 18 11.