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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
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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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THE,.GAZETTE.CDITCD A'conspiracy of some importance, it'willbe Georgia; already convuTsAl> by- the strongest country. .This maybe called strong language
,BT perceived, has been discovered at Paris, bxdfemcnt which could influence the but;, 'e. are borne out in its use by
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but immediately: put down; the debates in public mind-an excitement, which, without the circumstances of the times. We v.crt-
B. B. STROBEL the Chambers on the Budget continues, the illegitimate and inflammatory interposition ly believe that if Mr Clay were not in Congress -
And published on every Wednesday by and at times are as acrimonious and violentas I of this House, may impel tjicm to a compromise s of the conflicting in.

," ,/ ?.s.THOMAS N. JEFFREYS. usual. The celebrated Sect of St. Si- nets, which might involve us in the horrorsof crests of the country might and would| be
7'4i" ; ? in monians have attracted the attention of Go- intestine war, and shake the pillars'''of effected; as it is, we have every thing to
advance.TERMS-$5. per annum-payable vernment-the Chief has l been seized and the Constitution its centre? Docs any fear for tho integrity of the Union. Mr.

Advertisements inserted at one dollar the Hall in which they held their sittings meml er,of this House desire this?, Arewe Clay manifests the disposition to jeopardize '-
per square for the first insertion, and fifty closed. convened hers 'to 'dissolve the bonds I every thing-even hit, country, for .die
cents for every succeeding time, till order- England and France have taken a decided which connect these-United Slates Are chance of obtaining its highest office. Wo
od to be stopped. step in Belgian aflairs. They have ratified we not here for the purpose of strengthening arc afraid a majority, of the National Legislature
_. the Treaty agreed on l by the London I of consolidating the Federal Union? will sustain him; and then farewellto

POETRY.. Conference. We give the official diplomatic And if, by expressing an opinion, we do the confederacy. Mr. Clay and his sys* ,
proceedings on this interesting question. might to impair its integrity, or to undermine tcmatitcTJ may make as light as they pleaseof
TO MARY. : The two Governments it is said have held its performance, arc we not trators to this matter, but they will realize all we

O, Mary! when the wild wind blows, t the most decided language to the other pow- the Constitution, and to tho laws,' and Jo say,unless,they pause in their mad career:
And blasts the beauty of the rose, rrs.-The seizure of AI.Stevens the Ghent the sacred obligations which are imposed Henry Clay may be President of the 1>18.
Thy coming fate to me it shows, Editor, is justified<< by Leopold's Government upon usP united, but one thing he may make up his
. And I could Weep for Mary! ,on the ground that ho instigated the The motion to lay this memorial,on ,the mind to-he will never govern the United _
1 Oft has the blossom decked the tree, desert. The of table lost Some the States.
Belgian troops to question was by 91 to 92. of '
first and tell-tale
c'c
Since
thy glace bit love for the demolition of I ho Belgian fortresses, Foutlicrn gentlemen were not in their. at8. ""
Confessed a wee me,
asserted has been The Belgian If hail been the would have
And I was smit wi' Mary.O it is arranged they question MISCELLANEOUS.
Government it is stated in nn article been carried against the agitators.
Mary, I hae loo'd thee lang!
from Brussels desirous to establish as soon -
Thou art the burden o my.sang J PIRATE CAPTURED.
And day or night whae'r, a'ng. as possible commercial relations with the A I letter<< written from Washington, on
T think o* naught but Mary! United States; intends to send thither immediately Saturday, states, that "There was a most A late London paper has the following
When sleepsealsup my wei.ryte'e, M. Desire Behrens: President I outrageous altercation yesterday in the paragraph: "The Lady Raffles overtook
In dreams,thy,angel forms see, House of Representatives between<< Branch the Elphinstone, and communicated that
And in fond:rapture say to thee- The Reform Bill is still dragging on and White of Florida. It was more per- she had touched at Ascension, where spa
"0,dinna,leave me, Mary!" slowly in the House of Commons. Sir sonal than any thing that has everbefore had seer large pirate vessel, the prize of

Oj Mary whenthe world's unkind, Henry Parnell, the Secretary of War, has happened in Congress. Indeed, the elements his Majesty's ship Primrose, captured a few
Anoverty threw&.mebohind weeks before the pirate carried .28
resigned' lie absented himself from the of strife are discernable in everything ; guns,
Then I can soothe my drooping mind and had board 230 men.FfllC action
on
Witli thought of thee/mjriMary; House on a question embracing the fureignJlolicyadopt'd here.-Ib.
lasted seven hours thepirale lost 101 menthe"Primrose"
the. British Government. ; ,
for were Isick.and like to dc'c' by .
Thy witching smile would comfort gi'e-; Four of the Bristol rioters have been From the Louisville'Advertiser.. O. The Captain was dcpri'rved
what wish shall.be The of his left arm by a shot. The pirateswere
Then come will-my hung; the rest pardoned. court martial MODIFICATION OF THE TARIFF.
For to chiefly Spaniards, who are to be sentto
happiness Mary wasstill
on Captain Warrington filling. Now that the people have determined to
An immense<< mob had collected at Manchester lighten( the burden of taxation under which England as prisoners .
From tho New England Weekly Review. in obedience to the call of the Pohtirol '
they have long, suffered, and Mr. Clay has From the Journal of'iiealtly.EGYPTIAN .
YANKEE LYRICKS.No.
Union Society and l been depressed by the
cried "Amen!I" "Little Decency" e ks
I. civil and military authority. MANIACS.. > -
out "so mote it be."
There is, in famous Yankee land, The state of Italy, it will be seen from 'fho insidious movement of Mr.. Clay The insane in Egypt are treated either -
A class of men, yclep'd Tin Pedlars, our extracts, is very unsettled. and his friends will be understood by the. as beasts of prey, or as saints -holy pry.
A shrewd, sarcastic band All exportations of bullion fioni England people. Convinced that a reduction sons. Maniacs who have fits of rar-.Jj?
Of the busy meddlers and to continent had censed, but (be) the revenue must follow the extinguishmentof accompanied with violence in gesture,nnd

Vending They scour their wares-tin country through pots, tin through pans Exchanges: << had not yet sufficiently risen to the public debt, the "Nationals1' are attempts to injure those around them, ere

Tin ovens, dippers,wash bowls, cans, bring it I ack again. preparing to effect it, by an abolition of the chained, conducted to Cairo, and placedin
Tin whistles kettles, or to boil or stew, Don pedro had taken formal leave of duties upon all articles of luxury, which a general depot, in which they are, suffered
Tin cullenders, tin nutmeg gratprs, Louis Phillippe, preparatory to embarking are consumed) by the rich and powerful;:,; to remain herded together without
Tin warming platters for your fish and 'ta- on his projected invasion of Portugal lie while the poor and laboring classes will be any attempts being made to preservb tIle

'I ters:- was dressed in a Portuguese Field Mar- left to groan, as heretofore, tinder<< their l bur least degree of cleanliness. in the place, or
In shortIf shal's unif'irm.PDLrrIv.AL.. dens. They will advocatea reduction oj in their person,. They eat, sleep, and
will look within-
you His cart the Tariff upon tea/oaf-sugarsilkswines' spend all their time in the same apartment;

And gaze upon the tin jewelry, superfine broadcloths, and other the air of which, of course, becomes insufferably
Which glitters; there fabrics, which from their high prices, can offensive; The only remedy used
So bright and fair From the Richmond Enquirer.lEOltlA bo purchased, only by a very small portion in the treatment of insanity is a broth
There is no danger defying ( QUESTION."There : of the community; while adespciale struggle made of serpents, and administered at eve
You to go off without !buying. will be made to retain the present high ry new moon to the afflicted. .
One of these cunning, keen eyed gentry, is more mischief brewing. duties upon brown sugars,coarse woollens, As to the insane, who are inoffensive, or
Stopp'd at a tavern in the country The Supreme Court has dt'cill'tlagainst cottons, &c. The iniquity and antidemocratic -, comparatively so-that is, those who do
Just before night, the State of Georgia-and the blow was character of such a modification are not by their conduct endanger the liveq and
And called for hitters-for himself of course, followed up in the House of Representatives safety of the people, they are allowed to
will
And fodder for hia horse:- palpable, and not be submitted to by
This done our worthy wi htJnfirm'd by a Memorial, presented by Mr. Adams the people. i roam about, entirely free. So far indeed
the landlord that his purse was low, from the City of New York, on the The duty upon tea is already sufficiently from being molested, they are generally''
"Quito empty, I assure you Sir,and so subject of the two Missionaries confined in reduced; Mr._ Clay and Mr.Webster would treated with signal distinction They pass
I wish you'd take your pay the Penitentiary.The abolish it, and thus shift the burden of taxation throughout Egypt for saints. It is sufficient -
in decision of the Court is ultra. It .
In something my-'way. from opulent
every
Now Boniface suppos'd himself a wag- goes the whole against the Rights and Sov- nation. It is a task of much difficulty ,to or somewhat original, in order to '
And when he saw that he was suck'd, oi the States. It must starlit* eve '
reignty obtain this title. We in this
equalize the burden of indirect taxation anion country, are
Was not dispirited, hut plick'dUp who is for to the State '
man, preserving <<
ry not quite so obliging-the crowd<< with
.' all classes but if article should ua
-and his trowsers too! ; any
courage Governments all the which have
powers be exempted from it and thus are content to invest a man, who utters In.
Quoth he to himself, "I am not apt to brag thl'm.FJ'he' cheapened,
reserved
been to
'Tis true- power now I it is that which is of prime necessity to the coherencies,and gOes about promising to
I stick claimed by the United l States over the ter- cure all diseases by .a i>peculiar> and
Dut can a feather my cap subsistence of those who toil for a liveli process ,
Dy making fun of this same Yankee chap!" ritory of the State of Georgia is not granted hood. This is the principle upon which known only'to himself, with the character
Said be aloud-"Well, my good friend, by the Constitution. It gives Congressthe the contemplated modification of the Ta of a wonderful doctor. This variety of insanity -
That we may end power to regulate trade with the Indian rill should be made -a true monomania, enlists, in the
Thin troublesome affair tril>es-and nothing more-It is i not believed United States, very general admiration and
I'll take my pay in ware, that t.eorgia will sn'omit: to the decis- -
and its certified
Provided that you've got what suits From the St. Augustine Herald, March 1. respect; incongruities are
nnd that
ion- when it is certified to her
miracles by professors of
My incl nation.- IMPORTANT MISSION.The to, as so many ,
' "No doubt of that," the pedlar cried State Court they will take no account of law, physic, and divinity,,-A present ,mi-
What then? Will the Courti mission with which Col. Gadsden
It.
Sans hesitation, Suprreme racle,they cry! and although nobody can
.' Veil,bring us up a pair of good tin boots." i so infatuated as to persevere<< -and issue is charged to the Seminole Indians is of see it but themselves, the world good ua-:
"Tin boots!" Our Jonathan espied further process in the case? very great importance to the people of this turedly takes their hallucinations as evidences .
His landlord's spindle shanks The l\Iemonallaid before the House of Territory; and it is wishes that he will have ,to how that insanity is wisdom, and
And giving his good genius thanks Representatives on Monday, threatened to with him the good of all the friendsof impudence noble disinterestedness.
For the suggestion, Missouri Florida. Nothing can aid us so much
call up another Question. The .0, Haimont tells us of a man
nan out, return'dand then-"by soles! the hitherto youpg ,
settlement of the
excitement the as country
produced on very present "nineteen ol belonging" the
Yes-here's a pair of candle moulds!- years age,
They'll fit you without question!" tion of A was alarming. "Would that occupied by the Seminoles, with a population class of the harmless insane, in Egypt who
House (exclaimed Mr. 'Iayton'of Georgia) who will cultivate its soil. The remo- was held in great veneration by the people.
PtR ;IN.Dr consent to make itself the instrument of val of these Indians is desirable on other He was tall, thin, and with distorted legs;
excitement to excitement till grounds first, they will not cultivate the
adding they ; he goes entirely naked, and though it rainsin
the Orig Ann Eliza Jane, Captain should rend the Union to pieces? A few soil; second:=-as long as they remain where that country many months in the year,

Holmes,four days from Charleston,we have more steps, and they would bring those they are, they will be continually harras- he has constantly refused to wear any '
received the following interesting and important States to a condition like that, in which I the sing Congress for support. An applica clothes. This whim increases the respect
foreign news: colonies were immediately before tho rup- tion of this description is now before Congress felt for him, and it is said that the Deity
ture of Great Britain. He warned-he made in their behalf by their agent, gives him the of resisting cold. lie
Courier
From the N. Y. & Enquirer of power
,
cautioned lie would not Major Phagar., who had much better be at
gentlemen
; stoopto )
March half o'clock. never accepts but willingly takes
Saturday, 10- past 2 money,
his these Indians habits of
entreat them. Memorials like these post teaching
THIRTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EU- bread and fruits. He sources aU| day afler
ROPE. could be got up at any time by a set of industry and moraljty. the dogs, which are also privileged( characters .

Our news schooner the Courier & Enquirer deluded fanatics. Congress should lookto Iri Turkish towns: at night he sleeps
boarded yesterday, sixty miles east condition of the Old States, and not From the Camden Journal.. in the open,street, without being i injuredby
ot Sandy Hook the packet ship Sampson, by a reckless and unfeeling course provoke THE liON. ROBERT Y, HAYNE. the humidity of the atmosphere._.
Capt. Shadwick, and arrived at the city this them yet farther. He prayed gentlemen, to The conduct of this gentleman standsin Whenever he sits down he is surround d
morning at 11 o'clockVe are indebted consider. lie warned the House to pro.ceeti very flattering contrast with that of Mr. by a crowd: men, women and children all
to Capt. Chadwick for a London Evening with prudence and consideration, and Clay. Gen. Haynu not only deserves well come to consult him; and the women arc
Paper of the 6th February,and have received though he would not implore them, yet lie of his State,but of the United States His especially persevering in their quest (JfJII."
) by Jhe Sampson 'our regular files of earnestly warned them to disregard such amemorial. course has been as manly and conciliatory The following anecdote is related on tho
IJoydVSfiipping Lists,aud London papers ." as that of Clay has been wreckles and in- same authority with the foregoing as a fact
to luc morning of that day. Mr. Drayton of South Carolina a Upraised temperate. Our senator has done his !best coming under the immediate notice of the
The Sampson sailed from Portsmouth. on hit warning voice: "Will it riot be like. to 'bring about a real compromise and the narra'or:
the evening of th t 7th February. She has ly to increase the agitation which now per- Kentuckian has exerted every,nerve to prevent "Last winter, during the month of the
not yet bred telegraphed, and of course no vades so l Urge a portion ot tho con.muniiy it. Wo look on Mr. Henry Clay at Ramadan, I was at the divan of the guy*
Other paper lias the news, -to exasperate to oiadntts the citizens of this moment as tho greatest curse upon his ernor of RosetU when tliere, a taint wETWEST



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"'.n 1 loroudablc'Clart inform the ;
" ,; ;. itOSt'EOroS' less ttibWiber'begs' leave to held the fiat Monday in :
those with whom we lave con > nextthree bo on Apnl, in
.,t',..; c .,.. tumtrteTATS'1IG1LU "J1\tE 3'B1bBBY.cRIHQJ federated irampVd bf at Koae. ,Hence is is vitally inrUat > public that be has undertaken lime faouriiKKN fur the HETIKW each and every year, at such place) as said

&btD ,. that the power should be"istaiaed yean to publish Ins: remuneration entirely incorporation may appoint, and the votes

OST. cinch alone compel a strictcormstrnctscuof + and to look for and future subscriptionlist filial be given by ballot.
with
8h:e'tatLishsistat,laQulnt.d.a.Uiliaa.tl tie lca.uter'Tba.t porn resides blue present soiree has hitherto been Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That tr{

Newspr,lest.4 fA'Ole earls Sta.tenSGTt \ptyIt is the to arrest State of $5. As this this: expense. ,lie begs Mayor( and Aldermen of said city shall ..I'I I
b.ea leee'rmc4 cquatetodefray
Mfl'ect'of tbtic>FWtarar'les.has aird flight sit WTefe1"" liaterpositloa! The erg earnestly to the patrongo ol meet at such times, and at such plates
4UGIITS
STATE of Federal geots leave
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-tM&mtjf .e wrarpulion worth of public ,
FRKE: TR\1)F. >P\&TY., Ict ni'mace isU4tc of this rtght .s Ue conservative those who think the')Review within the limits of said '. orpoiaMontliey : fL;

this "et.naiwioo, TUG E\&NIRG principled our Constitution Js no new doc- support may think proper, and their meetings
John U. 1 rving -
TOST riH b. c..ucel a1 a Pan Es.- trine; it a co-enl"ith our Federal polity, The subscriber has Associated of the *hall be public; and the. Mayor and non

'seiwg /sera*],*e*sat as tW ra'ttisite office and was asserted by iU founders and contemporary ; Esq. with him in the publication the less than three Aldermen shall be necessary

.....u. *.e ts ca..be eomvUteA.Tt expositors. This principle is. Review, who will conduct collect correspondence re- toform a quorum for he transaction of
political boats t4 wbicli the Fseviisg the characteristic feature proudly distin- establish agencies the i .
all
attend to
and business.
Fe
hit win fee dcTted are s* familiar raishtftg oars from other Republics not ceive subscriptions,
this oiiRitatlT' ,kav :Mea M loaf tie decal in their elements. In the latter a I business transactions of the Review excepting Sec. 5. Be it 'further enacted, That if
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\1C'iuat* sweet ct -J oiKW a by the Constitution is,ia fact,by a symbol of public the typographical department. also 'the Mayor or any Alderman of said city 1
VClen-a.ia base been we oftca and Irian- ionis construed by and varies with The subscriber has the satisfaction shall be absent more titan two months,UB

\1\UJ.aicald Qf tile first niads ia ourState the changing pu will of a majority ; while in to announce that Hugh S.hitherto Legare,owed Esq (so to :scat of such Mayor or 'Alderman shall be

? u. 1. 'ti. T 4rral eoaacils, that it our Republic guardian power preserves it whom the Review lias be associated with -deemed to be vacated, and an election hall
is deemed ... cesury to promulgate more permanent rule of action. much) has consented to fill such and five
a
as in the literary be ordered to 'vacancy,
Elliott Esq.
TtichU offered of such a right Stephen ,
exposition recognition the editor,
"1.1124be CoUo The formal I thereof shall be
detailed creed. would have been of this journal.The 'days public notice given
political of the Charter department
of more face
ia Hen a the
dictate on who arc still in arrears ,before.the said election shall take place.
Free Trade well be advocated a* the ,in as much as it resulted neces- subscribers
of an enlightened policy-*s a privilege sarily superfluous from the formation of a compact be- will be pleased to make payment to J. B. Sec. C< 'Molt further enacted, That it

s f the people Which impartial justices tureen independent sovereigns having no Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers him will shall bo the duty of the Mayor of said city'

.egntres from the rulers of every country common umpire. As a feature of our political pay their subscriptions likewise to them. as to order au election for Mayor and Aldermen

und as a right, which,io ours,is guaranteed system, it is of course a political,not a lie is alone authorized to receive least ten days:previous to the time
MILLER
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that A E. ,
of forthe
protocLion
The Trainers Formed *
Constitution. right.
IL. revolutionary for their annual
ty venerated instrument withheld from the of a ,minority from the usurpations of No 4 Broad street, Charleston. hereinbefore prescribed e.
and the shall refise
and lection if Mayor or
the to protect manu- authorities themselves, ;
Federal power tho Federal .
agents
factures by restrictive duties; it has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised Thc following article originally appeared neglect to order and advertise said election,

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through the subserviency of those authorities in this paper: We republish it on accountof it shall be the duty of the clerk of said incorporation

and its exercise,involving sectional the Constitution needed a protection. having lately seen a copy( of it in a Boston to do so! ; and if the clerk refuse

.power oppression for ectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely wa not paper, with many errors and inaccuracies or neglect to do so,.it'.shall and maybe

las, necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation placed in either of the parties against whomit in the latitude, longitude, and bearing lawful for the citizens of said city, who
which endangers the permanencyof as a shield. The Supreme: Houses. It is evi-
was provided of of the Light for and
some be entitled to-vote a Mayor
the injured ,
that Federal was may
It impossible of the agents
the Union. ts Court being one be followed -
statement
can tolerate legislation so manifestly therefore, entrusted wita its political dent if this erroneous Aldermen of said city, to assemble. at any
Mariner
parties lot
unjust and unequal in its operation. guardianship., Nor' could the engine of the it will materially mislead the convenient place in said city, and appoint

Without first proving, which is impossible najority-the ballot box-have been con- and so far from being a guide to warn him judges to conduct, said election, and they/

that the benefits the protection are equally s idcrcd as the safeguard. The sectional from danger, will subject him to tho very may then proceed to elect a Mayor and six:

apportioned to all the States-it is a gross ninority can exert no influence on the re- difficulties against which our publication Aldermen, who shall be 'sworn, into office

absurdity to contend that the burdens of presentation of a sectional majority. The was intended to guard. We advise Editors Judge or JlJst eor.IJle'Peace in the

the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, esponsibility representatives butsccures to publish the following, which may be, by any after \\hiclv'the Mayor and: Aldermen
constitu- :
county;
consumption exclusively, as to their respective
it be a tax on theIr fidelity
relied on a? accurate: elected shall enter
is of minorityan so immediately rpm
Us operation a
vainly and the representatives
defenders argue
its ents
of Mariners
glaringly unequal, and it becomes no effect nothing against the antagonist "For the information gene on ihu duties to be performed by them.

free yet people to submit to its unauthorised nterest which the representatives of a maority rally, we have procure) from tho Collector Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That the

exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, may be compelled by their constitunts of the Port, the fiullowin'schedule' of the Mayor and Aldf &uen' of said city shall

when,it is evidcntthat we are notonly arbitrarily to enforce in utter disregard of tile situation of the Light Houses along the have power and authority to prevent and

taxed as consumers, hut that'the Charter.. The principle, therefore, is de- Florida shore, under his superintendence: remove nuisances, to restrain ,and prohibit
result of protective system is that the Constitution is at Utedis- Situated -
inevitable olating- Florida Lght.-Sationary. and
establish
Cape of to -
all sorts gaming, regulate
the ,ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin retion of a majority, and must be quietly the south point of Key Biscayne, of
on the weights
into- markets 83(0. keeping
..- the prostration of our agricultural surrendered to their wisdom and justice. the beach. TheLight ,
t.. Besides except in the Parliamentary transactions about 400 yards from and measures, to regulate streets, squares,
rei There is no solidity in the objection tour of the two houses of Congressourframe may be considered 70 feet above the and fences in said .city; to license:: weigh

resistance, that others are blindly sub of government no where recognizesthe level ot tho sea, distant from the Gulf ersr to regulate and appoint) t 'ols"",'
witting to the evils, which are overwhelming consolidating rule that the will of a majority Stream about 7 miles -Vessels drawing vagabonds,to erect and keep up wharves,
in common with ourselves. shall The President may be within 2 1-2 miles
them govern. 10 feet may approach to appoint pilots and regulate pilotage into
is not our justification. Iwe minority the people t a majority
This delinquency elected by a Lat. 26 47 N.-Long.
and of the Light. the harbour of said city, and the entrances
are awake to the dangers degrada of Senators representing States, the
-tion of our situation,it behoves us to lea, aggregate of whose population are a minority 80 42 W.Light into tho same; to regulate the anchorage

-no effort untried until we shall hate repelled of the whole people, may reject a measure Ship Florida, is situated on Gary .and, ,mooring of vessels in said }harbour

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will, therefore, exhort to resistance othe of the people in the other House-and in Lat. 25 08 N. Long. CO 27 VV. It and license hawkers,,pedlars and transient

Tariff, as the most prominent enormity; vice versa, a bare majority in the other is easily distinguished, as two distinct traders, to tax retailers of dry goods and
of that'American System,"which has beei House may reject a measure passed by the Lights= are shown, which can generally\ be commission merchants and auotionecrs -
the ruins of the Free Systen of the Representatives of Its object groceries,
built up on unanimous voice at the distance of 12 miles. mulattoes and
bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if the Slates in the Senate-The President, asinlle seen vessels from the dangerous ; to tax free negroes,
established as the seiUod of the coun individual may put his veto on the is to warn slaves-provided the tax on slaves shall not

try must, in the end, policy the bond deliberate actof both Houses; and tho Judges rocks and shoals near which it is placed. exceed the Territorial tax on them; they
down and,consolidate th< Court holding office Key West Light,stands on the S. Wes on all im-
or,Union,or melt of tho Supreme shall have power to levy a tax
State Sovereignties info' one limitless,irreeponsible not by election but by appointment, may Point of tho Island of Key West ; is in proved real estate within said city, of not

despotism. Tho Evening Pos set aside the concurrent enactments of Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82 04 1V.; erected more than ono half of one peicentum up-

will oppose Internal Improvement favoritism1a as unconstitutional House, Senate and President. The pow for the purpose of guiding vessels when its value and one half of one |lcrccn-
as, an engine of er to protect the Constitution could not the harbour the directions for on said
entering ; lots within city
source of sectional.robbery, as. creating have been rationally intrusted to the very tum on all unimproved ,
a the to
a necessity for perpetuating cxorbitan t majority from which the danger of violationwas which are as follows: Bring Light which unimproved lots: shall be valued at

taxation-it will oppose the chartering; apprehended. It would have been indeed bear N.N.W. and.the Sand Key Light to twenty-five dollars per acre, and said taxes

of the United States Bank, as manifest] committing the keys of ihejhouse to bear W.S.W. and you cross tho Reef in on real estate shall be assessed by such person

unconstitutional, and as prolonging'tho ex the safe-keeping of those, distrust whom about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West or persons and in such manner- as theMayor

istence of a dangerous power and it toil suggested the propriety of locks. The pow- Light until within two mites, then steer and Aldermen of said city shall
the projected disposition of the Surplus left with the several State until Fleeming's Icy-
wisely
oppose er was : N.W. you open deem most They shall also have
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, Sovereignties-and thus not only was there i which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern proper. enforce all laws of
which if adopted, will of for the and authority to
,
wholesale bribery, provided a dOinito, rule action harbor and then for it .power
of the run
.givo to oppression a duration co-existani Federal Government,but a power render part the Territory,and of their own body regulations
with that of our government, inoperative,that is to nullify,their unautho The best anchorage is in tho upper part of the quarrantine of vessels, and for

A zealous and Juticiouuttachment to the rised and irregular action. the harbour. Height of the Light House the preservation of the health of said city.

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. They shall have power to appoint a health
.
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising in relation to these principles, the Eve Light stationary. officer and such other officers as they may
stand for the Constitutionbefon is to the State Rights once in
ning Post pledged Sand Key Light.-Revolving think to into effect their
the jarring interests of different section; and Free Trade Party;" and as the support 54 seconds. It is the best Light on the necessary carry
each other in irreconcilable include laws and ordinances,and generally to pro
organised against of measures, to be efficient, must
are -S.W. S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
conflict, before, blinded by then I the support of men its humble aid will be coast; by the Reef. .vide for the interior police and good government
unrighteous gains, the consolidation State:' zealously contributed to extend the personal West Light-situated directly on of said ci
shall regard as undoubted right their undue influence and promote the political advancement Tho Light 70 feet above the sea. Sec. 8. Be it further enacted'That EC

advantage*-before they'shall resolve to of those statesmen who devote Tortugas Light-Stationar-on one much of the said city as is now used und
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle themselves to the good came,which is identified of the DryTortupas Islands, near the west- the United States for the erection
that public opinion"or the will of a with the value pf the Union, and tike ern extremity of the Reef in Lat. 24 31 N. occupied by and for other ia
of Barracks ,
purposes
powerabove the Constitution and honor of South Carolina. Its
maJority,tsa liberty 83 10 W.
Long. be without the jurisdiction
and before the victim sovereignties in minority warm co-operation with these will bo embarrassed hereby declared to

goaded beyond.endurance (unless th by a personal pledge to no candidate AN ACT of said corporation, and not subject to
liberty bo extinct shall other of the laws and ordinances made for
very aspirations for for the Presidency, or any To the City of Key West. any
rise in desperation, and abolish a frame 9f! office. incorporate the government cf the same.
.
government too much shattered tobe recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative Sec. 9. J3e it further enacted, That all
which they originally tiptilated be the aim of the Eve- Council of the Territory of Florida -
will
nised a* that for; of party, it laws and ordinances of said city shalt be
and which inveterate sectional ha ning Post to preserve the, dignity of the That all the free white mate inhabitants three ot the most
tred shall then render it impossible ever Press,by courtesy and moderation,under of that part of tho Island of Key posted up at or more three
and re-edify. The South ends of public places in said city, at least
again re-compose the belief that the legitimate news- West comprehended within the limits prescribed
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs,, discussion are best subserved by firm- days before they shall take effect.
will be satisfied with.nothing but equality ;;; paper ness without violence and zeal without in- by the plan of said town, now on Sec. 10. Bo it further enacted, That the
bo denied that by the Constitution and file in the Clerk's office in the county of exerciseall
and it cannot temperance. With the opinions public Mayor of said city shall have and
even if strictly observed, the slaveholding acts of opponents it will exercise! rightof Monroe, be and they are hereby constituted the cf a Justice of the Peace

States arq placed decided disad dealing freely-but it is hoped that no a body politic and corporate by the within powers said city and shall bo entitled to

vantage. Once leagued for the resumption part of its career will ever justify the suspicion name and style of the City of Key West; in all which be
the fees cases
of rights they will submit: no longer to a of its even partial adoption of the infamous and by their corporate name may sue and be receive same
tyttemof indirect taxation, calculated to maxim,that "all is fair in politics- sued and be impleaded and may be called upon to determine.Sec. .
plead grant
,
blind the people to the extent aQd inequality The domestic concerns of our native State 11. And be it further enacted, That
and all other
receive donations do acts as
of their burdens -and they will demandfor will be carefully* watched, and the policy'advocat the act entitled"An act to incorporate tho
their laboring class a representation u1lf which shall appear tiescalcllla natural persons, and may purchase and Town of Key West," passed the 8th of
,the laboring classes of the and economical hold personal, real or mixed properly, and
equal to that of ted for her prosperity safe, Nov. 1828, be and the same is hereby f-
other States. uired concessions I dispose of tl,e same for the benefit of the
refuse by those by whom government. be devotedto have and pealed, and that this act shall be in force
will be certainly While the Evening Post will said city, and may use a corporate -
the Union is regarded but at a bargain estimated the promulgation of the political faith set Seal),which may be broken or alteredat from the first day of April next..

by a calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus it will not be neglectful pleasure.Sec. i

and loss,and the Federal bond will be sun. of the<< practical detail of Commerce 2. Be it further enacted, That the KEY WEST
dered and forever. Tho advocacy of State branches of industry which
and Trade, two
lights is, therefore the only faithful advocacy must be most beneficially affected by the government of the said city shall be vestedin 5EGAR MANUFACTORY,

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

With a firm conviction of thia important will be made to perfect the departments of six Aldermen, to be elected in nforming the Public,that he has establish;

truth, the Evening Post will contend" for connected with commercial intelligence, I the manner, and by the persons, and at the sd: A SEOAR MAM-FACTORV at Key West.
.* Liberty-the Constitution-Union. For and our merchants and tradesmen shall find 1 time hereinafter directed. lie imports for this the beat
liberty first as the first of national blessings the readiest attention to all their wants and i purpose, very
Sec. 3. Do it further enacted That all Tobacco
I for the Cunstiti.tion which secures it the w .rme.t gratitude for all their favors.TICRMSt I from Harana.
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union the free white male persona,over the age oftwentyone Segare of the best quality, and of every

which strengthens it against foreign ag years, who shall have resided description may be had at Lis establishrnen.
gression. Without a rigid: observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country within the limits of the said city, twelvemonths Oz: r All orders in the above line wiU!
times week, $5.
the compact the Union mutt become a Union paper Advertisement three inserted a at the usual rates. previous to the day of election,and meet the earliest att ntitn. k

without of fubj Liberty.igatioo,from and the abroad uncertain infinitely danger Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, 1831. 'sbohall becitircna of tho UnitrJ States: March, 1611. .


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bring wiihTn the"port; or 'jl fLour oilifc," .

XET WEST West. any foreign passenger$: who may have ., ,*.: .
."'fcfa'ndestinely( departed from any foreign o. .. >
;place and who shall not possess n passport r 'r' t., ,' "
.... .-. ------_----, i. .. MI., .n. ,, ?. ,-?j,. i,_i..i, i "jLj.jij'iia' \i or other evidence of his having been per- -r- !
HE JUST, AND: FEAR WOT-tET ALL THE 1 tist: milled to depart from thence,-and permilling "'. : ._; : '

-.': '._';' '-' :':::-"--'--- -- -._ '- -"- him to I land without permission first -_. '
VOL. 1. KEY WEST, WEDNESD- obtained from tho Town Council, shall ,:; ,,',NOTCfe

,- ----------- .--t' ::_ v .-.. ... ..-.. i .forfeit and pay. for each passenger so land-

J. the GAZETTE.. Sec. G. Be it further enacted, That this -,'fL'cd",
') .' !.x ptx'kWatU. ;act shfltMrarttrtbrCo fromT>nd after the (passage ,lion of nil. Lord Brougham", wlifletTst: "9i'UZZU01t"'L 11W'Yli' ;.. ,

U. STROBEL thereof. ing attentively others, especially in common A man shortly before his dcnth Passed Jan. IGtli( 1C32. Approved, colloquy, has n manner of twitching
And published pn every Wednesday by at that time has a wife enceinte, makes a
THOMAS N. JEFFREYS. Jan. 23d, 1G32. up the sides of his face, by a violent mus- will, by which lie bequeaths ten thousand
cular spasm, as if nn invisible hand behind
dollars to executors in trust to be distributed -
Tr.nMS$5.: per annum-payable in MISCELLANEOUS.From and over his head, by an invisible chord, as follows: Should his wife bo delivered
inserted in the check and its
advance. grasping principal of male
a child, two-thirds of tho a-
Advertisements inserted dollar muscles and should
at then
ono every now
the New York Observer. mount to IK given to the son, and the remaining -
for the first insertion, and fifty and draw those
per square suddenly mechanically up
third his wife but if his wifo
to
cents for time till order LORD BROlKiHAM. ;
every succeeding parts with great force. It is a frequent and
should be delivered of female child then
ed to bo stopped. a ,
The Lord Chancellor/ of England is admitted painful distot tioh.
.... two thirds of the amount to be given to the
--------- :;;-::- by all friends and foes t, he Lord voice is clear
) n pro Brougham's sharp, wife, and the remaining third to the daugh
digy. Jt be whether there and womanish. I should l
POETRY. questioned
may quite easily >c- ter. In duo time the wife in: delivered of
is a man now upon the earth doing as much hive ho had: never been a Sheridan in tho .
twins nnd how is the legacy
a
son daughter-
,
WORDS OP?LOVE. ns ho by the force of intellect-or whose study of attitude for oratory. And as to to be distributed? -
FROM THE GERMAN OF KORNF.n.' intellectual labors can bear a comparison his elocution, I can easily believe also, that
Words of love, yo whisper as soft with his. Brougham, in the intellectual it never received its shape by the' dicta of .. -, :--
As the :zephyr that. breezes of Paradise world, in those regions controlled by intellect the art, under the hand of n master-but THE GAZETTE.KEY h .
waft is a prince of ns lofty mien, and equally rather by.. the impulses of his feelings. .- -'- -
Words of love, whose blest control perfpicuons, nll-pcrvnding, and rn- There is nothing remarkable about it, unless I WEST:
"
Hath Though mightiest affliction influence and grief on o'er my soul my-spirit ergctic, as Buonaparte was in arms. His in some respects it is remarkably odd, I'R WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 4, 1832.

prevail, conceptions his decisions, his prompt execution and a most unworthy patern for imitation. ; .
Yet my faith in your virtue shall. never fail! of his purposeand his certain tit-, Like all great minds, lie selects the plainest At an Election held on Monday, the 2d
umph, are equal. Accustomed to success, language, but always His tones
pure.
Is there on earth such a:transport as this- inst. for Mayor and Aldermen of the
City
and used to victory, he is no I less confident. arc silvery, his range upon the scale of intonation
When the look of the loved one avows her
bliss His resources are infinite, and always ready rather monotonous, his fluency of.Key West, the following. gentlemen r.
,", Can life an equal joy impart for use; his apprehension quick/ ns thin like: an ever-running stream, occasionally were elected :
, To the bliss that lives in a lover's heart lightning ar.d like the lightning fond of shooting a rapid with majestic and overwhelming O. O'IIAnA-Mnyor, and
Oh! ho, he assured, hath never proved afiiuitics, and sure to reach them. march, and every now and then, GEO. E. WEAVES, '
Life's holiest joys who hath never loved! To look at Lord Brougham's face and upon a parent theme, when his 'passions aro P. C. GREENE,

Yet the joys of love, so heavenly fair, head, I have seen fifty giandmothers in stirred up within him, he astounds like the P. J. FONTAINE,
Can exist but when honor and virtue arc New England, as handsome: us he, and tremendous cataract of a mighty river, or Claims as Q", ..,.....,*_ ...<;..._, ,.
there; equally promising of greatness. Although! like the thunder from the lightning cloud.It expedite' for settlement, and promptly ab-,
For the soul of woman is tender and pure, I do not profess to he a phienologist t, 1 am is not the manner of tile man that ono is eflccticiy recovered, when furnished by
And her faith is apprO\'ed-'hvill forever inclined think tim is in after the claimants with the suitable legal proofs
admiics.
endure! science danger looking or that ono It is and vouchers, together with the requisite
Then trustye to love, and its virtue believe, of being upset by this ungainly Ficciinrn.| his thoughts-and tho thought which is Power of Attorney, to bo taken and acknowledged
For beauty and truth can never deceive! Under that prodigious nose, and long and next to come. We always expect something before any Judge of a Court of
thin face, and ugly head, lie such treusmcs remarkable Horn n mind so remarka Record, or other competent ciril magis-
But the spring of life is fast fading away, of thought, and such elements of reason- ble.} lie is apt to sit down as unexpectedly"as trate, municipal authority, or notary public

It Then lives prove when your all things faith fail while and yet die you, may; ing, as are rarely to be found in man. he gets up-or rather, as suddenly ; and the whole duly authenticated l hy the

Liken ray of bliss from its native sky; Lord Brougham's ordinary labors fill up Lord Brougham appears as if lit we're tho Governor the ho state or territory in which
And were all creation to ruin hurl'd, about 18 hours of the !24-labors, I moan constantly I nnd Alternately; soliloquizingwith by the same appropriate may perfected Foreign,,Consul.and legalized!
Jt would live in a better tend brighter world! of intellectual application, a large pOI lion himself and addressing himself to all Having also established a similar correspondence
Then whisper ye words of love as soft of which aro identified with his ol1kial duties. around him:-"On waul}! Onward Do throughout the United ,States and
As the zephyrs that breezes of Paradise During the first year of his Chancel I something! Do something I It is a bad Rritish America, the like claims for recovery
weft! lorship, lately expired, he had but five days economy of life to do only one thing, wheu in any part thereof respectively) will
Words of love whose! blest control relaxation, and those spent in I travelling.He there is room to do two, and both are worthy be received, and efficiently attended to, ID
Hath divinest influence o'er my soul- seems to: 1x5 an intellectual being to of being done." behalf of American, an well as Foreign
Though all things else should faithless prove, the very surface of his skin, and shedding I Lord Brougham is an eminently practical claimants >
I still will trust the words of love! all ( Orders for the investment of funds on
around him
an intellectual atmosphere.The man. All theories.ho pushes and blows
industry of Lord Brougham from away in utter contempt,,e.Ccptlll they are purchase mortgage of of public freehold securities property in,the or United.in the
LAWS OF THETKKRITORY> ( OF FLORIDA. his earliest history, has been almost urival- good for mediate use. Ho is certainly a : States, Canal Loans. of the States of Now
: led. And he has always l been ready, and great jurist; Apparently: a good political economist I York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c. punctually
AN ACT to amend the Act entitled "An more than qualified for the )places he has dealing in-tbe science from the : and faithAil'y executed.
act concerning ]Marriage License:* filled. And he is just as much at home on largest to tho smallest items, as everyone, t Applications addressed to this Agency, in
Bo it enacted by the Governor and the Woolsack, l both as Speaker the House I who does any thing at it, should; and he. cases requiring the investigation of claims,
Legislative Council of tlio, Territory of I nnd ns Chancellor, as any boy in his moth is now figuring largely, immensely in tho search of records or the intervention of legal -
Florida, That from nnd after the passageof er's chimney corner-as easy, as unembarrassed drama of a statesman Ho is king of Eng- proceeding, should be accompaniedwith
and as playful if needs be or when land His influence is unbounded his an adequate remittance to defray tho
this act, it shall not be lawful/ for any charges and disbursements
preliminary
white mata person, residing or being in this occasion justifies. As Chancellor, he holds sway! irresistible, .f tending the same; and all letters must at.bo
Territory, to intermarry with any negro tho whole Bar in perpetual aweof his abilities --a. ;. addressed (post paid) to the undersigned
mulatto or quarteroon, fir other colored) fe compels them to dispatch, rebukes From Paris in London." (Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the U
male,and it shall in like'manner be unlawful and straitens their tortuosities, often saves j States,) in the Office of the Agency, 40
for any white femalo person, to intermarry them the trouble nnd tile court the in .COMPOSITOR ABDUCTED. .- Wall street, New York.
with any negro, mulatto, or quartc- diction of a long argument, by declaring it Some years:: before the French Rovolu-r| AARON II. lALMEnActu:1fY
roon, or other coloured fnalc person. unncccssaty, and anticipating the result tion; a compositor at a printing house left i TinCITY Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, TIiat.il! The energy of the present Lord Chancellor his workshop. He was seized by four mcn AND COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVmxisrn. .
hnd every marriage, formed, made, or solemnized of England has filleted what (I do not who promised that" they would do him no. A Journal of Commerce, Science, Litera- .
in contravention of the provis- speak| from certificate) I presume has not injury if hu mado no resistance: they tied,- ture and the Arts.
ions of the foregoing section shall be taken been done before for ngts. It is spokenof a handago over his eyes and pushed him'e nv smurs & DIIIVIA.
and held as utterly void and null: and the any how as unparalleled lie has clear- into a coach. The poor man did not dame THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of.tho
issue(if any,) of such surrepticious marriage ed the Ducket. For a cause to go into to utter a word during the time ho was on soldest existing Journals in the U States.
shall bo regarded, as bastard, or bastard Chancery has heretofore been considered, the road When they untied the bandagot Under many proprietors! course with few
?,and incapable of having or receivingany ns hanging it up, more likely than other |tie, found-Itirnself! in a large room, in whicho and exceptions, have always been American
were cases filled with characters nnd popular. Of late years, from neglect
estate real mixed in'Iicrilancc. wise, for posterity.It presJcgrs.
|personal: or by more than any other cause its influence and
must (bo confessed that Lord Brougham They ordered him to print some pamela patronage bad visibly declined. Within tho
Sec. 3. Be further/ enacted, That all is Somewhat wanting in dignity, as plilcts,anti many of those obscene books last year However,'the present proprietors,
Clerks of Courts within this Territory, are President of a Court, or Speaker| of a Legislative which have multiplied so greatly \vithii 7. having entered upon a course of policy,
(;rt'S81Y.I'rohibited from knowingly issuing Assembly. lie wears uneasy the these fifteen years, with such frightful au-l 1 more consistent with tho politics of the
license to any persons to intermarry, gown and wig, as unnecessary app against whom the disabilities: :in this act specified He puts on and takes off the little,old fashioned kept fifteen days at work, for which they tho mechanical improvements of their
tiny or does attach under the penal three-cornered 1 hat, in compliance liberally paid him; and then having aga lis, establishment by fitting it out in a new and
with in tied a bandage over l Us they placed! handsome type, and on a larger sheet and
eyes.
sum of one thousand dollars, to be recovered Cf'remon-IJlIt a manner plainly better of than
by action of debt in any Court of Record indicatingthat he thinks it might as well him in a coach, and carried him !back to lay claim description to, and have paper been favored heretofore with' ;
having jurisdiction, the one half to Let be dispensed with. Impetuous in all the the s,Kit from whence they first took him. large and proportional increase of patronage a-
(>r the use of the informer and the other movements of 'his mind, ho cannot !brook lie never disclosed his adventure to anyone including new subscriptions ai.d general -
half for the benefit of the Territory. unnecessary delay, in Court, or in the having been bound to secrecy, which,a advertising. Within the last year, their
Sec. 4. Bo it further marled. That any House of Lords oriu; anv husncss: in whichhe he promised to perform. When the;Castile list of patrons has been swollen by an accession
Minister of the Gospel,Justice of the Peace, bears a l>:urt He will interrupt any body was taken 'ho was among the assailants,' of more than Three Hundred Citi-
and he there recognised the:secret zeal to which new names aro with little
or Judge of any Court in this Territory, at any moment, \\Iictlicr in conversation printing10
in press, to which ho had been conducted6 exception, almost daily added. The proprietors.in -
who shall knowingly perform the ceremonyof ,or an argument before his court, or order the better
marriage between any persons who by in a Parliamentary speech in the House of with so much mystery. What n subject for f of which, it is merit that encouragement -
The provisi ens of this act are prohibited) loin* Lords, if a sudden impulse touches, his will reflection! nd 1 pride and pleasure, to acknowledge equally su much their
tcrmarry: shall in like manner forfeit nnd to do *o. And to the great annoyance of (It to has been received, from their friend and
pay the penal sum of one thousand! dollars:: those, with whom he has to do, ho is very From the ,Raleigh (N.'C.) Star. /thAt fellow citucns-have established connec
to be recovered in like manner, as in tho apt to be often so inclined. lie is not only Ciranvillo Superior Court ', hon with their office (,1 business, spacious
eceedng: section; the one half for tho undignified in these sudden obtrusion, !but week, cameon the trial of Robert, PottetN.J Journals Reading find Room, fa which, the chief Public
use of the informer, and the other half for absolutely rude. I He commits hahitu:" out indicted for stabbing Lewis Taylor Jlpl' 1 filed, from all, their way and are carefully
the
the benefit of the Territory. rages on good manners, and the common States in our Union.
submitted his case to the Court and walt HIM room is free
with
Sec 5. Be it further enacted, That all decencies of life, -and that while in the sentenced to two years imprisonment tcf out charge, to all all its facilities with.
of the
while male persons, resident within; this discharge of his high official functions, pay a fine of 2,000 dollars, and give secu-j10 A regular weekly prices n6 Current,Gazette.In letter
Territory, who shall attempt to intermarry, whereof! all places inure than others lie rity for 'his good behaviour two years in the10 form aDd upon a fine paper suitable
tor who shall live in a state of adultery or ought to be exemplary.The sum of two thousand dollars. Subsequently -?*" or Correspondence, carefully collected,
fornication with any negro, mulatto, quar Lord Chancellor, in the celerity and upon| the motion of the'Solicitor (Jcne 1*. with the most correct estimate or the true
teroon, or other coloured female, shall be line of his movements, m the suddennessof ral, ho was ordered to be removed for safe!,e condition of the' markets, and put upon tho
liable indictment, therefor, and on conviction arrest, and in the sharpness of tho angles keeping to tho jail in Hillsborough.Mr most advantageous terms to all that como
shall be lined in any sum not exceedingone he turns is not unlike n baboon lie Potter's term of imprisonment, tdat of under the this clan,is aUo issued from the office
proprietors. Their
thousand dollars at the discretion of nits down upon the nool.--ack, as quick as which} he was sentenced in September lasdie where the earliest information Reading Room had"is
the Jury, and shall be moreover disqualified tho animal just named, and gets up as for maiming Lewis 1<. Willie, expired .during s. free alike to patrons, stranger may in be the ,
,from exercising:: any office of profit or quick, and hoj.! and assumes another position tho last term of the Court. In thur and masters of veueU trading to this city -
rist in this Territory, serving as Jurors, or with a very exact mutation of that imitative case of Taylor, hn was indicted for stabbingheonly ? P.r.1Jj these improvement, they make
uf giving evidence in any case, except: using; and whcicvcr he is and whatever tho indictment !being silent on the-r. I daily additions, affording facilities to the
a'erc neyrocs,or mulattoca are parties. lie is doing, lie claim equally foul >ubject of maiming. 10r man of leisure and business, alike hitherto
unknownBIMMB h ))11 HVtA.
,Is- Nul fJroad-- st.. fl7 '.

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IMO .and cn'otts'iaro' bcenimada to reprcfgfcfffJW -r t II Glass ; LumberG
0R /* EGa I
lC' sent t Jem.is untinneipledjinqjfligjgonestjjg I .3 : _, ,, : Lumter' ...

..'" in gfiorJ! ,..hy .thoso who are not.1 betterjn-. 1059 I r ornucllm 1e thatt. tW certainty 12O,OOO FEET per SclJrl'.

formed, they have been considered as a set trampted by those with whets ae ltsve+ o D.l Hydcr Aly, Consort, and I.ady'I'ompkin,.
denied federal a\time.levee is is vttaHv tm-.. !! for sale by F. A. BROWN
be that in
It cannot Crockery
of pirate
,..ttaata.t Uie pewerelrot l'd be snstaiaed Key West, March !21, 183'2. 2y! rjjU.
some caSes of wreck,on this coast', matters wkiclr alone can coepet astrictcomtrnctionof

liavo not been fairly, conducted, and salvages lie Cbuter. 'Tial power.resides! with ____.- .r,. .:.-t. ." S. QIIAUTElt l\IASTJ:U'i-:
eats, State_. Scfereiguty: It 2s tie State o sic :c. OFFICE
.. ,
awarded arbitration --- ---
have been by greatly .,.o.o", '".u- to.arr+r
TVTOnTJlEAST cornerof F. A. ISrntvne'.tl'
disprofiJSrtioned} to UieTSerrices rendered; The Brig Indus, Capt. Jones, from New WILLIAM STEWART, Warehouseupstairs.Key ? .

but in the main, we believe that as largo a Orleans bound to Boston, with a cargo of KO. MEnCADERES ST. West, Feb. 8, 1832. 23 tf

proportion of the property paved has been Pork, in bulk, was run foul of, on the 22nd Has just rcccirctt at his Crockery and -

restored to tho owners or underwriters, as inst. at half past o'clock P. M. by tho Ship Glass Store the following articles: Boarding.-

Virginia, Ca-pt. Collins, bound from Vera Chandelier of various sizes
Whilst then induced ?,
other places. we are -
at Cruz to New York. The Indus had her GLASS Glass Lampsfor ,
of admit that elegant patterns
from to
a sense justice
Starboard quarter much injured; she was balls, from 8 to 10 inches, various pat-
improper steps have been taken here,as wellas boarded by the wrecking Sell r. Motto Capt. tern Elegantly Cut nnd Plain Glass

elsewhere-the same principle compels Barker, and brought to this port for repairs Shades. Glass and Plated Candlesticks,

us to maintain, that while many things have &c. The Ship kept in company with, the French and English manufacture.! Cordial MRS. HOWARD, Jun. has removed

occurred hero which ore censurable, a still Brig, until she received the assistance of Stands with glasses Plain and diamond Calle Obripia.Calle de los Oflicios to No. 9.

greater number of acts are creditable and Capt. Barker, and then proceeded on her cut glass D;cane-s.! English! Havana, Jan. 1, 1832. 19 tf.
and
French and Gcriran plain cut glass
entitled to praise. It does not necessarily voyage. Three passengers left tho Indus Tumi) lets, of all sizes. Cordial Glasses,

follow, that the individuals engaged 'in and went on in the Virginia. of all qualities. Round glass Flower Pots! Po C. Greeai'untinues

dishonest ---- --. ---------- .-- sizes. Glasses with gilt
wrecking should be dishonorable, or various Looking ,

on the contrary, the business when fv MARINelttTE1LLIGENCI and mnlmgany frames, assorted from 1 half to transact General Agency

; "1L :. yr.rd to 2 yards, with and without painted! and Commission Business. or.
pursuedvith a proper regard to correct views. Ladies' Toilet Glassess. Mahogany Goods taken on Storage &c. '

principles, i$ highly useful* ahd, commend POUT OF KEY WEST. Chests of Draw is. A large assortment 0 :7" Ho will always be happy to.receive

able. As it is in some measure calculatedto of varnished Trays, from 6 to 36 in and execute all orders in his line of Bust

vindicate the character of a useful class ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. ches. Shop Lamps, assorted from 1 to 4 ness.Key

of men, who have been instrumental in saving March SO. ,Brig Tallahassee, Bright, N. lights--glasses, weights and wicks- for do. West, 28th March, 1831. ,
York merchandize to II. K. Newcomb. Street Lantern VV'mdew glass, of all si
; many lives,and a vast amount of pro- 31. U. S. R. Cutter Marion, Lt. Day, zes. Looking tibias plates,for Toilets of

perty which otherwise would ,have been from Charleston and a cruize. 18 inches. Plated and varnished Cruetts. Bakery.HENRY 0

lost, we publish with pleasure the following Sloop Brilliant, Packer, Reef.. Spare glasses for ditto. A collection of
April 1. Sloop Sarah Isabella, House GODDARD informs the
i in setts: of 4 C, and 8 in a sett. pub
,
statements, which have either occurred under man, Reef. .ngr tvings, he has established himself at

our own observation or can be substan 2. Sloop North America, Ashby Havana. Cane and straw bottomed Chairs-\Vin3-' Key West in the Bakery Business.; The

Brig Columbus, Knowles, 6 days from sor ditto. French earthen jars, various following articles, of the best quality can.
tialcdjJby<< .indubitable testimony., oa IS&,w<>a New York bound to Apalac>>icola, sailed sizes. Cupping Glasses. Japanned and always be had at his establishment:
.murdity to contend that the "Vurdens orthe'1'arifl' the 3d N. W. '
through, Passage. earthenware Spitting Boxes. A complete
FRESH FAMILY LOAVES
:
press equally upon alt.Tf then, ,
3. Tickler Woodward Havana.
Sloop ,
assortment of white blue ami edged
green
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as Sloop Alert, Fish, Havana. Cvciy Morning;
its defenders vainly argue, its operation is CLEAR: KD. and blue printril Earthen Ware. FRESH PILOT BREAD,.
yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no Dinner setts, elegant }patterns do. .
free people to submit to its unauthorised .Marks.March 31. Brig Tallahassee, Bright.'St.. Desert do do do. Constantly on hand;. ;

Much less it to be tolerated, AlsoA
exactions. is
Coffee do do do.
2. Azelia
April Sloop Sawyer, Cedar
when, it is evident,that we' are not.only arbitrarily Keys. Together with variety of articles too tcdious variety of Sweet Dread Cake, &c. &c-
but that'the
taxed as consumers, is 3. U. S. Schooner Ariel, Lt. Commandant enumerate; all of which will be jrOrdcrs: for any of the above articles
inevitable result of'tho'protectivo system Farrand, on a cruize 1 sold at tempting prices. will be gratefully received and promptly
very
the ultimate ruin of the Southern producer
the of our agricultural intc"Tbere Sloop Tickler, Reynolds,Havana. :; AlsoSPIItMACETi r cx-ecuted... < *
-an 'prostration West Feb.8 T832. 23. tf
Sloop Alert, Fish, Ilavana.PASSENGERS. OIL Key ,
TC8t. : ,
ts solidity in the to For sale wholesale and retail.
no objection In Revenue Cutter Marion,from Charleston by THE SUBSCRIBERS
our resistance, that others arc blindly sub Lt. E. Trcnor of U. S. A. Havana, April 1, 1832. 31 tf taken the Store recently oc-
to the evils, which are overwhelming HAVING
mitting
by Porter & Stanard, in tle:
them in common, with ourselves.- --- --_!!!!!!
North East end of F. A. Dron'oc's'Wnrc
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TIUNSI.ATIO
This: delinquency is not our justification. If.we {:
are awake to the dangers and degradation I COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. EN 1 KL AJ.1\I A CEN Home, offer for sale on accemnjodating: ,

of our situation, it behoves us to leave ,, MAIXCH 24, '832.SEALED de loza y cristales de D. Gmo, Stuart, terms DRY, a general GOODS assortment, of
until shall hare i
ngctfortttarigid we repelled ;
-4hc invasion of our liberties. The Evening'1'Post Proposals will be received at nutnero 88 calle de Mercaderes. GROCERIES and

will, therefore, exhort to resistancQ of' for the supply ,of until rations the to 5th the day noncommissioned of April, acahan de rejjibir los cfectos sigui SHIP CHANDLERY. .

<4>e Tariff, as the most_ prominent enormity .. officers and seamen, of,the United SE'nte$. IJombas de diez a dicz y seipulgadas GEORGE WKA.VCR & CO,
of that'"Am 'rican System,"which has been] States' Revenue Cutter Marion, for the de diferentcs hecliuras. Gaarda- Key Welt April 20, 11331NOTICE.

built up on the ntinaof' the Free System'j\\I. term of one year from the first day of April brisas lisas y la' radas. Quinques para salasclo A
fathers and which if -
bequeathed us by our. next. The ration for the Cutter Service,is varios tamnnos, elegantes 1
established as tile se\Ued-ro\ic1 of the country y guras. undersigned having rc-cstablislic
; the same as that allowed in the Naval Ser
THE
dclero
:: Cal de : Id. de cristal.
: plalina.
must, in the end, either sever the bond vice, and consists of the articles enumera- at-ICey West, las a COMMISSION -
ot Union,or meltdown consolidate, the ted in the following table: to wit. Copas francrsas c inglesas con sus sios. MERCHANT AND Gc NERALAGENT
State Sovcicignties into one limitless,irresponsible Copilas para toda rlase dc licores.s hotel offers his services to his friends
despotism. The Evening: Post las de cristal lisas y coriadas punta de dia- and the public generally.
I - to -
mil oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional sjuidgPOSSBJO man'e.Vasog jngloses, frnnceses y ulema- P. A. BROWNE.
as.an. engine of favoritism"{, -- ----- de tndos tainano lisos lalifados. 20 ">
nes, April 1831
y 0
.. .. .. .. ..
h a source of sectional robbery, as creating 'Jv House.
aufA'
Floreros rcdondoa: de varias dimensioned.EspeJDS He offers for sale at his Ware
c
a necessity for perpetuating,exorbitant I. 30,000 feet White Pine Boards
S ---- con marcos dorados de cafoba
taxation-it will oppose the rechartering .. .. .. .. ,. r' .. y 10,000 first quality Bricks
of the United States' Dank, as. manifestly S 1' [\[ -- desdo media pasta dos vans de luna con 15 bbls Baltimore prime BeeT
unconstitutional, and as prolonging'the existence pals y sin d. Tocadores para senoras. Co-
t .. .. .. 36 do Navy Bread
'a
:>
of a dangerous power, and It will I.. llI" rnodas decaoba. Un gran surtido de van- 10 bags prime Coffee.
oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus f -. .....- dejas de cJ'arot de scis a treinta y seis pul-
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, t 'svad .. .. .. .. .. CN gadas.. Lamparas propihs para tiemto de :3-THOSE persons who Tcel disposedto
wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will -- ---
the erection of
contribute towards a
luct Mcchas
tuna a ('uatro s. tuvos y con
give to oppression, a duration co-existant t 'uaL,. '>faa\\ .iail '8ZI I' :; trapeso para cllas. Faroles de calle. Vi. CHURCH upon the Island, are informed
with that of our government. -- that Subscriptions will be received by the'
i ____: __ drios de
o pianos todos tamanos. Lunas -
A zealous and Juciciouuttaclunent to the Para
i .IB3ng - - following! gentlemen, composing the_ Committee -
t8
tocadores de diet
Union prescribes the present as the proper ---.--,r.. y ocho pulgadas. Vi- ,appointed for that purpose:

crisis for making\ a determined and uncompromising i c .. ... .. .. ea' .. hagrcras de platina y de charol.! Pbnios Hon. JAMES WKBB D. C. l>I KuAl'. W.
'Janna. CH
stand for the Constit9tionbeforp 1 0 sueltos para las rnismas. Colleccion do WiMTEiitAn, r.. M. STONE, Esqrs. Drs.

the jarring interests of different sections I. .;;; cuadros cuatro. seis y ocho en colec- II. S. \V ATl"nnotSE and B. ILSraouEi..
are organised against each other in irreconcilable S pe3iU _u' _a er_ _, r._ CO 0 cion. Sillas de rojilla, pajita y-madcraTinajas -
before blinded ,
conflict
by their -----
t Irancesas dc varias, cabidas. Vcn- J. J. MITCHELL
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States .. .. > ..
.
o' ? .
shall regard as undoubted right their undue I .anold' ,tosas! muy supcriores. E-scupideras, para FORMS the public that he has loca-

acuntagos-beore they' Iball resolve to II c.O- __ __ .-., _. sala de laton y hoja de lata charoladas. I ted himself in this Town for the purPOSe -

maintain at all hazards tie tyrannous principle I t V .JJJOJ .. .. .. .. Mt Uncompleto surtido dc loza inglosa Blanca of carrying on ]his trade as SAIL-MA

that public opinion." or the will of a g g ---- de orilla azul y verde y azul lino. Ba- ({Ell & RIGGER: ,in all its various branch

majority,is a powerabove the Constitution; f 1 1' ,. O+ jillas finas de muy delicado gusto J ucgos es. lIe occupies a Loft in the Shop of
und before the victim sovereignties in minority ,
'JOO" dc foslres ingleses Iranreses. McintJdccafe Mr. Atkins.
beyond.endurance (unless the I y
goaded -
M
de variados bonitos tf/
for be extinct ahaU I y muy dibujos, y Kev-\VestNov. 9, 1831 10 _
very aspirations liberty ) ----- -
rise in desperation and abolish a frame qC r t-; 'aIr.II"' '. .. 04 .. .:-s'-:: cII otros difercntes credos cuyo dctalle scria AN ACT- --

government too much shattered to by recog. .rr .---...-- muy prolijo,to
nised a% that for which they originally stipulated ( .g 'lans" ?+ mamente equltativos: larnbien se cspcnde West.
and which inveterate: sectional hatred grasa de! esperma |por mayor y menor.
shall then render it impossible ever \ .--.--- Be it enacted by the Governor end Legislative
1
again to re-compose and re-edify. The South t i w w ARTRILL &MfDONALD Council of the Territory of Florida ; -
h ,
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, c... That a further time of two years i is hereby -
will be satisfied with,nothing but equality ; t o ffflfftfi feg: SHIP CARPENTEHS
allowed the commissioners appointed to
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution D] !II'.," 1 RESPECTFULLY inform their friends
even if strictly observed, the slave t =' ::1 t- -= 'C -.., c in general, that superintend the: building of a jail and cistern -
holding States are placed at decided disadvantage. a ...-.. to ... fa 10...... 00- they will undertake to repair upon the shortest at Key West, to complete the Fame,

Once leagued for the resumption notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats. provided, however, that the said commissioners -
of rights they will submit no longer to a P The number required for the year, is es- Application may be made at the Store of shall within three months from the
l'teDof indirect taxation, calculated to P Unrated at eight thousand. The proposals! P. J. Fontaine. passage of this act, make and execute anew
blind the people to the extent and inequality ft I will state the price per ration, at which the Key West Nov. !23, 1831. bond, with sufficient security in the

of their burdens-and they will demandfor contractor will deliver them, in such quan- LIS: 'r OF iY4'l'1'iItS: : sum of two thousand dollars each for the
thcirlaboringclass a representation fully S titles as may from time to time be required ,
equal to that of the laboring classes of the t on board the said Cutter at Key West. Remaining in the Post OffiCi'at Key West, faithful performance of the duties assignedthem

other States. The required concessionswill I W. WHITUHEAD, on the lit April, 1832: and for the completion of the said

be certainly refused by those by whom COLLECTOR..-- John P. Booth, Collector of Customs jail and cistern within the time prescribed bylaw

the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated Radney Corliss, John Ferguson, 2 the said bond to ho approved by the

by a calculation of pecuniary profit : Notice Joseph Flintham, Antonio U. Gomez, presiding justice provided also that said
and loss and the Federal bond will be sun
Charles Johnson, 2 Charles M. Johnson commisioners shall make out a true statement -'
dered-and forever. The advocacy of State hereby given that an Election will bo
IS William Joline of nil the rncniesed them and
d
Thos. J.. M'Mullin by ,
Rights is, therefore the only faithful advocacy held at the Corporation Room, on Saturday
of Union. afternoon, 4 o'clock, for the of Abraham R. Millet, Capt. Olmstead, from whom, and all expenditures up to the
purpose
With a firm conviction of this important electing a Clerk, Treasurer, City Marshaland David C. Pinkllzun,2 Thomas Quiner date of the said bond, and deliver the sanr1
truth, the Evening Post will contend for Health Officer. Plnl.pSawjer, Bryan Shnnnessy at the time of of giving sid bond to said

Liberty-the Constitution ion." For ;, By order, o. O'HARA. Mrs. Simmons, Col. L. M. Stone: 3 presiding justice, to Le by him forthwith

Liberty first as the first of national bes-) I Mayor.A. Lt. E. 1 renor, Alex. Thompson, trnusmittt' to the '1're1urer oftlle Terri-
sings ; for the Constitution which secures U PATTERSON, Willinm Williams. tory.
from domestic usurpation and for the UniooJtLicli .Jerk.
Urenaibens. it.against foreign gthtcrvanca March 4lh, IBS'!. n Ii pIl.. s. WATEIllIOUSi:, P. M. Passed Jan. 26, I83 2. Approval iif'
Key
o 'a < .. of West.<< April, 183?. ii tf. "0. 103?.

l



.

i C('. 0. The Reef shall be considered bring within the port or harbour of Key : such vessel or \csscls! without first obtaining :'
!
.fI.ttentio'Q when' tLo .igl1t.lIouse on Sand Key bears West, any foreign passenger who may have said permission, shall lie liable ,to perform -

cither K.N.K. or W. S.SV. .' < Extract from a Law of the Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot-* place<< and who snail not possess a passportor posed upon said said vessels and cargoes. :.

United States, dated 16'th age, bound from this ,,Port, shall! pay tho other evidence of his having been permitted Sec. 3. Bd it :further, or( enl full, That force' ,.
carne \cssels but if said and this Ordinance in :
entering: vessel to depart from thence- per-
March, 1802.SECTION. shall" choose to depart without a Pilot, they mitting him to land without permission first until expressly: repealed by tho Council.

XIX. shall bo subject to but half pilotage.Sec. obtained from tho Town Council, shall -

8. All vessels except wrecking vessels forfeit and pay, for each passenger so landed ORDINANCE-No. n. .
Every person who shall procure or'arntice smacks and vessels under charge of tho sum of fifty dollars. Constituting a Committee of Finance

a SOLDIER of the United States to wreckers, entering or leaving this Port Sec. 5. Be further ordained, That Be it ordained by the President and
desert, or who shall purchase from any through the North West and drawing within tho
passage, -any foreign passenger landing Member of the 7birn Council of Key
Soldier, his Arms, Uniform Clothing, or four feet water, or over, shall pay two Town of Key West, without permissionfirst West, That from and after the passing of
any part thereof; and any Captain or dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his obtained from lie Town Council this Ordinance, two Members: of the Hoard,
Commanding Officer' of any Ship or Vessel services; but if said vessel does not receive ), or without having tho necessary to be designated by the President from timeto
who shall enter on board such Shipor said Pilot half shall be other evidence of his allowed
pilotage only paid; passport or being 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 tho port whenceho Finance.Sec. ,
.
wise carry away any such Soldier, or came, (if is usually granted at such
any 2. Be it further ordained, That
the ordersof -
shall refuse to deliver him to
up place ) shall he liable to enter into bonds in
,
his 'Officer shall it shall bo tie duty of the Raid Committee
Commanding upon ]half pilotage. tho sum of '1,000 with good security, to to examine and audit all bills or accounts-
Legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion Sec. 9. When two or more Pilots shall bo approved of by tho President of the the Council to examine
presented against ;
of any Court havign 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 sum not exceeding alongside shall be accepted,and if refused, from the Island within such limo as and make reports quarterly as to the state
Three Hundred Dollars ; or be imprisoned, the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received may be deemed reasonable, or on failurebe of the Finances.;
.nny term nQt exceeding ono year."
half pilotage. committed to jail l: D. C. PINKHAM: ,
OfO- Sec 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo Sec. G. Be it further ordained That. Prcsd't 7: c.

Extracto de un Ley de Los or more vessels, it shall be his duty to the several fines and penalties herein en- H. S. WATERIIOUSE, r

Estados Unidos con fe- visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of acted, may be recovered before the Presi- 'Clerk.
distress be exhibited on one more it-mote: dent of the Town Council or any Justiceof
clia del 16 de Marzo, and any Pilot fading to comply with this the Peace.ORDENANZA. CIRCULAR.Office .

1802. provision shall forfeit his Branch. of American and Foreign Agency fort
Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the -No. 9. Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
SECCION XIX. Town Council of incapacity or negligence introduction PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
Arreglando la de
Pasageros all persons whom it may concern, having
shall conviction bo of his
Persona alguna quicn'procura o' as- Branch., upon .' deprived Estrangcros, en cl Pueblo de Cayo Claim, Debts, Inheritances, &c. payablo
? or recoverable abroad,that this Agency has
'isti el huir de algun SO DADO de Les Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed Hueso established, under the special auspices and
Estados Unidos, o' quien compra de al by tins Ordinance shall be recovered he- Por cuanto, varies eliminates, delin- patronage of distinguished individuals in

gun Soldado sus Armas, bcstido de Uni- fore the President of the Town Council,allowing cucntes contra las byes del pais de donde this country, a regular correspondence with

formi o' qualesqucra parte de ella; .y algun to the parties, in all instances, an vinicron, ban sido introducidos en esto eminent Hankers,&c. in tho principal ports
Capitain o1 Oficial Mandando alguna appeal to the Council. Puerto, prucedcntes de otro cstrangcros, and capitals of foreign governments in com
Fragata o1 Barco que sea, o' quien se Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board y como la continuacion de semejintes ori- mercial relation with tho United Mates;

embarca en ellA como Marincroj; o' de 'of a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and tradas puedcn ser atendidas como do inju- claims through as the may medium lie confided whereof thereto such, will valid he

qualesquera modo lleya Consijo algun shall also furnish the Master or Commander riosas consccuencias para la comunidad, expedited' for settlement, and promptly and
Soldado, o' quien deja de entregar cl of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- a mcnos quo medidas no sean temadas pa eflcctivcly recovered, when furnished by
dicho Soldado a la orden del Oficial nance. ra remediarlas: the claimants with the suitable legal proofs

Mandando, sera obligado a agar una Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- Portanto se ordena jtor el Presidents y and vouchers, together with the requisite
mnlta Segun ladescrecion de la Corte que tage are allowed : Miembros del Cabildo, Que dcade el pn- Power of Attorney, to bo taken and acknowledged -

tenga conocimiento del mismo, en qua- On a vessel drawing 5 ti'et, $700 nitro del mes de Noviembrc proximo, en before any Judge of a Court of
lesqucra suma no siendo ariba de Tres 6 :' 900 adclantc el Cnpiton de cualquicr a Buqtie Record, or other competent ciril magistrate -

clentos pesos o' puesto en la pricionpor 7 tOoo en1rando de algun Puerto o lugarcstrftngcro lie; and, municipal the whole authority duly authenticated, or notary by.pub tho

un termino no siendo ariba, de un 0" 12 00 a cl do Cayo Hucso, ha do manifc. tar Governorof tlc state or territory in which

anu." a 9" 1350 al Escribicntc del Cabildo cl niimcio de pa- tho same may ho perfected, and legalized
t 10" 1500 sagcros, no ciudadanos de los Estados U- by the appropriate Foreign Consul.

NOTICE. ,-11" 1650't nidos, ni vccinos del Pueblo do Cayo Huc Having also established a similar correspondence -
ha de al Tcsorcro cada throughout the United States and
12" 1800 so; y pagar por pasagcro -
citizen who apprehend a DE-
ANY may Un British America, tho like claims for recov-
R,from the U. States' Troops, 13 1960 Peso.
in thereof
ery, any part respectively, will
end deliver him over to an Officer' of the 14 ,. 2300 Sec. 2 EI Cnpitm de cualquier a Buque bo received, and efficiently attended to, in
Army. will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN 'd 15" 2700 faltando a manifestar dentro de 24 horns des behalf of American, as well as Foreign
DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.J. J6" 3200 pues do la entrada de dicho Buquc, ha doser claimants "

M. GLASSELL, ,17" 3600 multado y pagara adcmas de la suma Orders for the investment of funds on

West April Major 27, 1C31 Commanding.Key 3i 18 4000 ante dicha por cada pasagcro Cinco pesos. mortgage of freehold property, or .in the
,
,19" 5oo Sec. 3. Ningun pasagero cstrangero: de purchase of public securities in the United
OFFICE OF THE '. 20 :' 5000 algun Duquc ha 'dc ser pcrmitido dcscm- States, Canal Loans of the States of Now

BRITISH VICE-CONSULATFy 21 9.1 00 barcar en cl Puerto de Cayo Hucso, amcnos York faithAil'y, Pennsylvania executed., Ohio, &c. punctuallyand

And. Agent for Lloyds Jjondon ontt the 22" no iiaigi publicamentc Jibremcnto
60 00 quo y Applications addressed to this Agency, ID
Association of Underwriters, Litcrfool, '23" 6500 salido del Jugar de su proccdcncia, y tiene cases requiring the investigation of claims,
3 FnONT-STBEEV, 24" 7000 en su poder pasaporte o otro tcslimonio (tal search of records or the intervention of legal -
NO. t Sec. 15. When a Pilot shaH be detained cual como los quo tiC conceden en el Puerto proceeding should be accompaniedwith
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 o'clock J l'.\M. on hoard any essel' after she has arrived dc su proccdcncia purmiticndolc su salida. an adequate remittance to defray the

tf Key West,20th April, 1831. in the harbour, at the request of the Sec. 4. El Capitan de algun Buquc quo preliminary charges and disbursements attending
Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo Hueso al! the same; and all letters must bo
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall entitled todemandand receive gun pasagero quo hayga salido clandcstina- addressed (post paid) to the undersigned,
(Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the U
Three Dollars for such day. mcnte dc algun lugar y quo no posea pasa- States
the Town Council every ,) in tin Office of the Agency, 40
pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porto o otro testimonio dc haber sido perm i- Wall street, New York.

ed Oct. 15; 1831.ORDINANCE Branch, shall, at tho time we obtains the tido su salida y pcrmitiendolo dcscmbarcar AARON 11. PA LMEU,Actuary.

J .. same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer sin perrniso pnmcro ohtcnido del Cabildo, TJIK CITY GAZETTE; ,
t -No. 0. TEN DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk ha de tier; multado y pagara por cada pasa- AND COMMl'.IlCIAt DAILY ADVEnxiSEH.
for the asi desembarcardo Cincucnta Pesos. .
issuing same. gero
A Journal of Commerce, Science, Litera-
To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of Sec 5. Que cualquier pasagero cstran- ture and the*Arts. _

Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance gero descmbarcando dentro del Puerto do nv SIMMS & inntYKA.

Town of Key West, That when any per- arc hereby repealed.ORDINANCENO.. Cayo Hucso, sin pcrmiso primero obtcnido THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of'the
son shall be desirous of having the situationof del Cabildo o sin toner el pasaporte neces- oldest existing Journals' in the U .State.

Branch Pilot of thisPort, he shall presentto 9. sario 0 otro testimonio de bather lido pcrmi Under many roprict6nits course with few

the Council a written petition; whereupon Regulating the introduction '8{ lido salir librcmcnte del Puerto de su pro : exceptions, have always been Americanand
it shall be the duty of the Council to ap- Foreignersinto ccdcncia (si en costumbreen tal lugar)ha dc popular. Of late years, from neglect
point a committee of three competent per- the Torn: of Key West. ser sujeto a entrar en obligation en la suma more than any other cause its influence and
to make into the WHEREAS several criminals offenders patronage bad visibly declined. Within the
sons enquiry qualification- a- de$1000 con bucna fianza quo este approbado
nnd'fitncss of the persons applying, and res gainst the laws of tho country whence por el Prcsidente del Cabildo o un juoz la'St year entered llo'wevcr/the present proprietors,

port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived at Key de paz pan quo salga de la Ysla,dcntrq.de having more consistent upon with a the course politics of policy of theo

:; of the I ward, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con- ticmpo como sera considcrado razonablo South, and having made numerous additionsto
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots appointed tinuance of such arrivals will be attended en faltando sera conducido a la car eel. the mechanical improvements of their

shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to Sec. G. Quo las multas aqui ordanadas, establishment by fitting it out in a new and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be takento pueden set cobradas por cl Prcsidento del handsome type, and on a larger sheet and
security for the faithful performance of their prevent them: Cabildo o por un juez do paz. better description of paper than heretofore;
duty. Be it therefore ordained, by the President lay claim to, and have been favored wit a
and Members of the Town Coun- large and proportional increase of patronage -
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, ORDINANCE 16. including new .
subscriptions ai.d
: shall have and use a Boat sufficiently pare, cil of Key Wett, That from and after For presenting the introdtlctibit ofCJwlcra advertising. Within the last year,gene.rap their
to enable them to proceed over the Recfand the first day of November next, tho Master list of patrons has been swollen by an accession
render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel requiring of any vessel arriving from a foreign portor 'into the Town of Key Wett.WSIEREAB of more than Three Hundred Citizens --

the same place, at the port of Key West, shall a certain disease, known by the to which new names are with little

Sec. 3. That all vessels 5 make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at pre exception, almost daily added. The },ru-
foel of water entering this Port drawing over fish- Council, of the number of passengers onboard :sent prevailing in the Northern parts of prietorsia order the better to merit that encouragement -
smacks except not citizens of.the United Slates, Europe,of the most fatal character; andas of which, it is equally their
ing wrecking vessels and vessels
nor residents of the Town of Key West; such disease may bo introduced into pride and pleasure, to acknowledge su much
under charge of wreckers, shall pay the has been received, from their
and shall pay to the Treasurer ono dollar our own ports by vessels trading with friends and
rates of Pilotage herein after specified.Sec. fellow cit cn.-Ilue established in
for aforesaid. that of tho Globe connec-
every passenger quarter : hOb with
their
4. If a Pilot docs not board or offer Sec. 2. Be it office (,1 business, a spacious
his services to \'cilsclliaLle to take a Pilot further ordained That Be it therefore ordained, by the President Reading Room, i;, which, the chief public
the Master of
any vessel failing or neglecting Journals find
and Members their
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of of the Town Council way and are carefully
. to mako such report within 94 hours filed, from ali the
TVw/ States
of Key That all vessels in our Union.
the Light-House on Key West,said Pilot, after the arrival of said! vessel, shall forfeit from where arriving Tilt room is free with all its facilities,without
ports or places, the said disease -
hoarding or offering his services,shall be and the sum of five dollar in addi- charge, to all
pay exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of tho patron of the Gazette.
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said tion to the aforesaid A. regular Prices
" um required for each without their weekly Current, in letter
Pilot does nut board said vessel 'till the port, going on board, to tho form and upon a fine paper suitable
passenger.
Light-House on Key West is distant not Quarantine Ground, northward and westward or
Correspondence
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, Thatno of carefully Collected,
* more than two miles, and then bears E.N. Fleming's Key;-there to remain with tho most correct Ofctimate of the true
from
foreign passenger, any ship or vessel under the direction of the President I condition of the markets arid
E.no pilotage shall be claimed. shall be permitted to land within the Of th e rut upon the
Council and Health Officer most
advantageous terms to all
0' that
Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet port or harbour of Key West unless JM the port. como
bee, 2. Be It furtbf under this" class,is also issued from the office
water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely and openly departed from while' it tluught! ordained, That i of the proprietors. Their Reading Room
,refusing to receive pilot outside of the place whence he came, and lave in his said Health IS Officer? necessary by the I where the earliest information may be had,'
the Reef, when a Pilot shall tender his ser- possession a (lasspurt, or such other papers sets should that such vessel or ve* is free alike to patrons, strangers (n the ci
vices, shall IK liable to pay full pilotage; us are usually granted at the port whence perform quarantine, no inter ty and masters of yeucU trading to ibis
but if inside of the Reef & not within two ho came, permitting him to depart there course Town whatever shall be held with' the I0/? T these improvements they make
milesof the Light-House on Key West,the from. or Wand.'t Of JcV('St. but by permission daily additions, affording facilities to the

said light bearing E. N. k:. the !aid"l el Sec. 4. Be it furtJur ordained That LUll under the direction of the I man of leisure and business, alike hitherto
President and Health unknownHIMMB fc JHJ HY"A.
shall half Officer and all
pay pilotage. tho Master ony >hip or vessel, who shall <'< whet shall hold any intercourse; with perFon fio 3 Broad street, Charleston

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I SOUTHERN REVIEW. shall: liavo: a right to vole for n ;Maor arid

'! ':PROSPECTUSiswpraw. Icssformidaolo than the certainty of Icing six Aldermen; and that such election shall

iswpraw.. .,' v t,,. itrampled tbaa with whom wo !liaveepn P TilE subscriber begs leave to inform the be held the first Monday in
...< / of Till: : i" JilU'/-A**? aftomcllltenccis! ; is vUall.Tlm.portanfthat undertaken, for the next: on April, in
has
Lc
: mmiTft AND FJlEE&TIlADE 1 ffcderated pnUid Ibaf each nnd at such place
*. should be suntanrvbtch publish the EOUTHEUX REVIEW every year, as sail!
years
the three .
EVENING POST : alone can compel power astrictconstruction and to look for his remuneration entirely incorporation may appoint| and the vote ft

TilE estaFSlishment,1n' Charlestonof an of the Charter. That power resides with, to the present and future subscription shall bo given by ballot.

Newspaper, devoted to tho each State Sovereignty. It is tho State list of $5. As this source has hitherto been Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, Thai time,

support of their principle*, has been deemed Right of sovereign Interposition to arrest inadequate defray this expense, he begs ,Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall
expedient by tho STATE RIGHTS*iM Tho existence to solicit the patronage of and
the usurpation of Federal agents. leave earnestly meet at such times, at such pla<.cl'
FREE TRADE PVRTV. In pursuance of this right as the conservative those who think: the ltc,ievortb) of public within the limits of said (corporation II;

of this determination, TUB EVENING principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine support. think and their
POSTwill.be commenced as a Daily Evening ; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, The subscriber Las associated John B. Irving they may proper', meetings

Journal;so soon.as the requisite offlce and was asserted by its founders and contemporary Esq. with him in the publication of the shall be public; and the Mayor and not

Arrangements dan bo completed. expositors. This principle is Review, who will conduct the correspondence less than three Aldermen shall be ncc-cssa.
tenets to which the Everun ''distin collect and receive to form a for transaction
The political the characteristic! feature proudly .. establish agencies, ry quorum of
-* Post will bo devoted, arc so familiar guishing ours from other Republics not Fodcral subscriptions, and attend to all- the business.

to this community, have been so long, the in their elements. In the latter, a business transactions of the Review, excepting Sec. 5. Be it, further enacted, That if

prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is, in'fact, by a symbol of public the typographical department. the Mayor or any Alderman of said city
press-and have: beep so often and triumphantly opinion, is construed by and varies with The subscriber has the satisfaction alsoto :
shall be absent than two months
vindicated by the first minds in our the changing will of a majority ; while in announce that Hugh S. Legare, Esq (1 to more the
State, and in the Federal councils, that it our Republic a guardian power preserves it whom the Review has hitherto owed m seat of such Mayor or Alderman shall bo

i* 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 right! the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq.in flic lite- 1)0 ordered to fill such vacancy, and five

in lieu of a more detailed political creed. on the face of the Charter would have been nry department of this journal. days public notice thereof.shall be given
Free Trade will bo advocated as the dictate much it resnltcd necessarily subscribers who still in arrears
superfluous, in as as The &re before the said election shall take place.:
of an enlightened policy-as a privi- from the formation of a compact( between will be pleased to make payment to J. B. Sec. G. Be it further -enacted, That it
Ico-eof the people, which impartial justice independent sovereigns having no Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will
shall be the of the Mayor of said
duty
requires from the rulers of every country 'common umpire As 0. feature of our' political their subscriptions likcwiso'to him, as cityto
and as a right, which,in ours, is guaranteed system it is of course a political, not a .ho pay is alone authorized to receive them. order au election for Mayor and Alder

by the Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary right. Formed forthc protection A. MILLER, s men, at least tCIl'd8).S previous to the time

venerated instrument withheld from the of a minority from the naurpationstime of No 4 Broad street, Charleston. hereinbefore prescribed for ,their, annual e.

Federal agents the power to protect manufactures Federal authorities themselves, and lection ; and if the Mayor shall refiso or

by restrictive duties ; it has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised The following article originally appealed neglect to order and advertise said election,

usurped by a perversion of the sectional revenue through subserviency of those authorities 'in this paper: We republish it account it shall be the duty of the clerk of said incorporation -
power, and its exercise, involving 'the Constitution itself needed a protection. of having lately seen u copy of it in n Boston ;
to do so and if the clerk) re-
;
sectiorul aggrandisement
for surely wa not
that protection
oppression Reliance for with errors and inaccuracies
produced a sectional exasperation whomit paper, many fuse or neglect to do so, it shall and
has, necessarily' placed in cither of the parties against and beating may
which endangers the permanency was provided as a shield. The Supreme in the latitude, longitude, he lawful for the citizens of said city, \vhli;

of the Union. It is impossible that the injured Court being one of the Federal agents,was ofsomo of the Light Houses. It is evident may bo entitled to vote for a Mayor and

parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly not, therefore, entrusted with its political if this erroneous Statement be followed Aldermen of said city to assemble at any

unjust and unequal its operation. guardianship. Nor could the engine ofthe it will materially mislead the Mariner, convenient place in said cityand appoint

Without first proving, which is impossible majority-the ballot box-have been-con- and so far from being a guide to warn him to conduct said eleclhfn and
fhatthebenpltsof the protection arc equally sidered as the safeguard. The sectional; from danger, will subject him to the very judges they
then proceed to elect a Mayor and six
to al1tLeSt .tes-itlsagros5 the may
apportioned minority can exert ,110 influence on re- difficulties against which our publication:
absurdity to contend-that the burdens of presentation a sectional majority. The We advise Editors Aldermen, who shall be sworn into office

he Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, responsibility of representatives but secures was intended to guard. by any Judge or Justice of the Peace in the
which be
the \
It be a tax on eonsnmptton'exclusivcly, as their fidelity to their respective constituents : to publish following, may county; after which, the Mayor and Aldermen -

its defendeis vainly argue, its operation is and the representatives of a minoritycnn relied on aQ accurate: so-elected, shall immediately'enter up-

fet glaringly; unequal, and it becomes no effect nothing against antagonist "For the information of Mariners generally theduties to performed' by 'thorn.
to submit to its unauthorised of have from tlio Collector
free people interest which the'represcrttatives a ma we procured '
'
Be further enacted That
Sec. 7. the
exact ions. Much less is it to be tolerated, jority may be compelled by their constituents ol the Port, the following schedule ofthe ,
when it is evident that we are not only arbitrarily to enforce in utter disregard of the situation of the Light louses along the 1\layor.Qnd Aldermen 'of said city shall
taxed consumers, but that the have and-authority to and
as Charter.The principle, therefore, is de Florida shore under his superintendence power prevent
inevitable result of the protective system i is solating-that the Constitution is at the discretion : remove nuisanccs'to restrain and prohibit

the ultimate rnin of the Southern producerio of majority, and must be quietly! Cult Florida Light.-Sationary. Situated ; all soils of gaming, to establish and regulate -

the prostration of our agricultural into 'surrendered to their! wisdom and justice. on the south point of Key Biscayne, rnaikets' the safe keeping of weights
rest. in the Parliamentary transactions about 400 yards from the beach. The
Thcro is no solidity in the objection tour Besidesexcept of the two'liouscs of Congress-our Light may be considered 70 feet above the and measures, to regulate streets, squarre!' ,
and fences in said to license
resistance, that otHers arc blindly submitting frame of government no where recognizes level ot the sea, distant from tho (JulStream city; weigh
to he evils, which arc overwhelming the consolidating rule that the will of a ma about 7 miles. Vessels lImning ers, to regulate and appoint patrols, toptirr-

: them in common with ourselves.. shall The President may be vagabonds,to erect: and keep up \vhat\CF,
jority govern. 10 feet within 2 1-2 mile;
approach
This delinquency is not our justification. _.Tf elected by a minority of the people ; a majority may to appoint pilots and regulate pilotage into -
Lat. 25 47 N- .
of tile Long.BO
tvc'are awake to the dangers and degradation ) the Light. and the
of Senators representing : States, the harbour of said city, entrances -
of our situation, it behoves to leaveno aggregate! of whose population arc a minority -' 42 W. into the same to regulate the anchorage -

effort untried until we shall have repelled of the whole people, may reject a measure :' Light Ship Florida, is situated on Ca- and mooring of; vessels in said harbour
the invasion of our liberties.! The Evening the site of the old
unanimously passed by the representative ryford's Reef, near one, ''
t to lax and license billiard table? to tax
Post", therefore, exhort to resistance of of the people in tho other House-and in Lat. 25 08 N.---Long. 80 27 W. It ,
as'thc most prominent enormityof and license hawkers ,pedlars and transient
the Tariff, vice versa, a bare majority in the other is two distinct ,
'as
that American System," which has been House reject a measure passed by the easily distinguished, trader, to tax retailers of dry goods and

built up on tho ruins, of the Frco System unanimous may voice of the Representatives of Lights are shown, which can generally be :groceries:! commission merchants, and auctioneers -
fathers and which if seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object
our ,
bequeathed us by
tho States in-the Senate-The President, a ; to tax-free negroes, mulattoes and
established as the settled policy of the coon individual his veto on the is to warn vessels from the dangerous
single may put slaves-provided the tax on slaves' shall not
try, rmrst, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate aiitof both Houses; and the Judges rocks and shoals near which it is placed. exceed the Territorial lax them they
of Union melt down and consolidate the West stands tho'S. West on ;
or
of the Supreme Court, holding office Key Light, on
shall have to tax all im-
levy a on
State Sovoicignties! into'one' limitless, irresponsible not by election but by appointment, may Point of the Island of Key West ; is in power
11e Post real estate within said of not
Evening city
proved
despotism. enactments of
aside the concurrent
set Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82 04 W.; erected
will oppose Internal Improvement es unconstitutional house, Senate, and President. Thepower more than one half of 'ono pcrcentmn upon -
for the of guiding vowels when
as an engine of (favoritism to protect the Constitution could not purpose its value, and .one half o'f one jicrreiitilm -
the harbour tho directions for
flu a source of sectional robbery, as creating hare been rationally' intrusted to the very entering ; on all unimproved lots within said city,
a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant violation which arc as follows: Bring the I.ightto
maj rity'rrom which the danger! which unimproved lots shall be valued at
taxation-it will oppose the rechartering; was apprehended. It would have been indeed bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to dollars and said taxra
of the United States' Hank as manifestly committing the keys of the'housc: to bear \V.S.'V. and you cross tho J.c f in twenty-five per acre,
real estate shall bo assessed such
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the ex- on by per
the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom about fathoms ter; run for Key West
isfcneo of'a dangerous power ; and it will of locks. The son or persons and in such manner as thel1n'or
suggested the propriety pow Light until t.thin two miles, then steer
tho projected disposition of the Surplus and Aldermen of said city: shall
npposn er was wisely left with the several State N.W. until Flecrning's Key-- :
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced Sovcreigrttics--and thus not only was there you open deem most proper. They shall also June
{ which is Island in tho Northern
wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will Mangrove
provided a dclnitc rule of action for the |Lower and authority to enforce all laws of
duration co-existant of the harbor and then run for it
f ivn to oppression a Federal Government,but a power to render part tile 'l' rritory, and of their own body regulations
with that of,our government. inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho The best anchorage is in tho upper part of the quarrantinc of vessels and! for
A zealous and judicious attachment to the used and irregular action. the harbour. Height of the l.igJ.t'lIol1se ,
the of tho health of said
Union prescribes the present as the proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist from the level of the Eea, 83 feet C inches preservation city.
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising in relation to these principles, the Evening Light stationary. They shall have power to 'appoint n health

: stand for the Constitution, before Post is pledged to the State Rightsand Sand Key Light. -Devolving once in officer and l such other officers as they may
the interests of different sections think into cllcct their
jarring to
Free Trade Party; and as,the support necessary carry
is .
54 seconds. It the best Light ors the
ore organised' against each other in irreconcilable of measures, to be efficient, must include laws and ordinances, and generally to provide -
blinded their coastS.W.. by S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
cont\ict-nct'orc, by the support bf men. its humble aid will bezealously 'for the interior police and good -
unrighteous gains, ,tho consolidation States contributed to extend the West Light-situated directly on the ]feet: gm'r.J'Jlment
person- of said. ".
.hall regard as undoubted right their undue al influence and promote the political advancement Tho Light 70 feet above tire sea m ity.'Sec. .
advantagosbefore they shall ,resolve to 8. Bo it further enacted, That so
who devotethemselves
of those statesmen Tortugas Liglzt--Stationary--stn one
maintain at all hazards tl.o tyrannous principle '- much 'of the said city an is now used und
which is iden-
Islands
to the good cause, of the Dry 'Tortupas near the west
that "public opinion, or the will of a tified with the value,of,tho Union and the ern extremity of the Reef, in Lnt.'24 31 N. occupied by the United States for the erec-
majority, is a poweraboyc the Constitution liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its W. tion of Barracks and for other purposes, is
and before the victim sovereignties. in minority warm co-operation with 'these Will be embarrASsed Long... 83 10 hereby declared to he without tho jurisdiction -

goaded beyond endurance (unless shall the by personal pledge to no 'Candidate AN ACT of said corporation, and not subject to
for liberty be extinct)
very aspiration (or the Presidency, or any other
of the laws and ordinances made forth
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of oOicc. To incorporate the City of Key West. any

government too much shattered tobe recog- In maintaining its ground amid the con- Bo it enacted by the Governor and Legislative government of the same.

nised as that for which they originally s'tip- flicts of party, it will be the aim of the Evening Council of tho Territory of Flo- Sec. 9. lie it further enacted, That all

'Ilated, and which inveterate sectional hatred Post to preserve the dignity 't>'f the rida, That all the free white male inhabitants laws and ordinances of said city shall bo

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

Again re-compose and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper within tho limits public places in said city, at least three
onco roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion are best subserved by firmness comprehended prescribed -
days before they shall take rffect.Sec. .
will bo satisfied with nothing but equality: ; without 'violence, and zeal without intemperance by the plan"of said town, now tin
and it cannot bo denied that by the Consti- With the opinions and public file in the Clerk's office! in the county of 10. Be it further enacted, That the

tution, even if strictly observed, the slaveholding acts of opponents, it will exercise rightof Monroe, bo and they are hereby constituted Mayor of said city shall have and exerciseall

States are placed at decided disad dealing freely-but it is hoped that no a body politic and corporate by the the powers cf a Justice of the Peace

vantage.: Once leagued for the resumptionof part of its career will ever justify the sus-'I name and style of the City of Key<< West ti within said city, and shall be entitled to

rights, they will submit no longer to a pieion l of its even partial adoption of the infamous and by their corporate name may sue and bo receive the same fees in all cases which be
tystcmof indirect taxation, calculated to maxim that all is fair in politics- be called to determine.Sec. .
sued and be and may upon
tho to the extent and inequality plead implcaded, grant
blind people Tlkcdomestic of our native State
concerns cit further c-nactetl That
11. And
and will demandfur iccrive donation! IInd do all othcr acts ,
of their burdens- they and the n*
watched
bo
will carefully policy
the act entitled "An act to the
a fully natural and purchase and incorporate
thoirlaboringclass representation advocated which shall appear best calculated persons, may
equal to that of the laboring classes of the for her prosperity, safe, and economical told( -personal' real ormi.vcd property, and Town of Key tt'est," passed trIO Cth of

other State The required concessionswill government.: dispose of the sumo for tho benefit of the Nov. 1828, be and the same is hereby re-

bo certainly refused by those by whom While the Evening Post will be devotedto Mid city>, ,and may hate and use a corporate sealed, and that this act shall bo in force

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

by a calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus it will not be nog at pleasure. ,t_ -- .-
and and the Federal bond will be sundered details ef Commerce
loss Icctful of the practical
-and forever. The advocacy of State and Trade two branches industry which Sec. 2. Be it further enacted. That the KEY WESTSEGAR

Bights is. therefore' the, only faithful advocacy must he most beneficially affected by the government of the said city shall be vested MANUFACTORY,

: of Union.With success of iu doctrines. Great exertionswill In a person to IK called Mayor, and in a 'V. II. WALL take* this opportunity of

a firm conviction of this important for ho made to perfect the departments Bn&rd of six Aldermen, to be elected in informing the Public, that he has established -
contend
truth- the Evening Post will connected with commercial intelligence, the manner and by the and at the
persons, : West.
nstitntion-Union. For A SKGAU )(A: VFACTOJU: at Key
U Liberty-Uie and our merchants and tr&desracnshallfind time hereinafter directed.
Liberty first, as the first of national bles- tho readiest attention to alt their wants, and He imports for this purpose, the rcrylcti

nines ; for the Constitution: which securest t hQ warmest gratitude for all their favors. S'(". 3. Be it further enacted, That all Tobal'cofro11l1larana. .

from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union the free white male persons ,over the age of Seams of tho best quality, and of every

which strengthens! it against foreign ag- TERMS: twenty-one years, who shall have resided description may be had at his cslablishmcn.ttr .
Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum Country within the limits of tho! said twelvemonths AH
gression.! three times a week, $5. city, : orders in the above lineiI
the compact, the Union lI\udbecomfla Uni-dan. paper Advertisements inserted at thensual rates. previous to the Jav of election, and meet the earliest attention
uncertain
on ger without of subjugation Liberty,from and the abroad is infinitely Charleston (8. C.1 Oct. 3,1031. 'who shall bocitrvns of tho Unitd State, I March, 1031. -