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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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THE. : GAZ.ET. ,..E'..,. '''':;;tJ.t.MMJ:'.-: ;..Jl ) !JI,.unpuestSInaallystrong" andjiljTmeritonous / "'t t.o the relieved, these services may have, wind) .down tho .chimney found! like
t LDZTaa: 81' claim for salvage, one l been vastly important, as it is tbe'upitliortof .thcfthotOil:p trw .,people.,ll he cocks crow ,,'f:
B. B.:STROBE in which the merit i is much enhanced by all the \vitrusses that .had the Brig con iug'in the mows at the back of the house I
the fact of tho wreckers declining to go in tinued outside ttie Reef(which she must took for trumpets sounding my approach;
And published on N.every JEFFREYS.Wednesday byTIIOMTAS search of property, Until they had jjerform- have done without this aid) n squall of and the ordinary incidental noises in the

.. ed the more benevolent act of saving the wind,or other bad weather, would greatly family fancied the pop-guns at Stan ate,
: 'TEItbiS-S.; per annum-payable in lives of those who were exposed upon have endangered the lives of all on board, announcing my disembarkation at West-
.<,,r;f advance.( the raft and who were floating out lo sea, and would have rendered it absolutely ,necessary minster-thus I tossed and tumbled until
Advertisements inserted at one dollar beyond the reach of ordinary succour or to have thrown overboard the remainder tho long wishtxUfor day dawned, and I
per square for the first insertion, and fifty aid. Had that Salvors proceeded immedi- of tho cargo, which is estimatedto jumped up anxiously lo realize the vision
cents for every succeeding time, till ordered ately to the wreck, they might have 'saved be worth upwards of ten thousand dol- of the night.. I was not long at my toilet;
to be stopped. more property than the delay occasionedby lars. I was soon shaved and dressed-but just as
the search for the raft, afterwards per- The Schn Motto is a wrecking vessel, I was settling myself comfortably into my
POETRY.From mitted; and consequently their compensation employed in cruizing on that part of the beautiful brown :broadcloth inexpressibles,
would have been r'Dter-hllt to their Florida Reef near which this accident oc- crack went something, and I discoveredthat
the New England Weekly Review. credit, they shewed a disregard to their interest curled; and it is in proof by those acquainted a scam 'had ripped half a foot long.
uTilE GOOD OLD TIMES." while the lives of their fellow beingswere with such pursuits, that no per- Had it been consistent with the dignity of
The merry, merry ,autumn winds in danger. son would 1x3 justified in taking his vessel l a Lord Mayor to swear, I should, I believe,
.Again are sweeping free, Something has been raid in the pleadings from her cruizing ground,and suspending at that moment have anathamalizini tho offending
. But I am sad-for lbi"gs'are not and at bar, in relation to the openingof .her ordinary duties, even to act as a pilot, Tailor; as it was what was to be
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As onco they used to be; the boxes containing the, mail. The for the length' of timo during which this cone? I heard trumpets in earnest, carri-
When'And all shoos the With girls leather wore homespun strings, gowns Court is well warn of the indelicacy which vessel bas !been engaged in rendering this ages drawing up and settling down; She- .
And never thought of 'Bishop :Sleeves,' would be manifested by a \\'anton'iolation service, for a smaller sum than five hundred rids and Chaplains, mace-bearers, trainbearers '.
And such outrageous things. of any package containing the public or dollars: If, therefore, the Brig Indus had sword-bearcrs, water bailitls, re-
Time ha'nt private correspondence of a foreign gov- required no other assistance than that of a membrancers, Mr. Common Hunt, tho .
Old father whit
Since I was five changed old, a ernment, friendly with our own, or its citizens pilot, it could not have been obtained, according town clerk and the deputy town clerk, all
His autumn coat is years still the same- ,and especially when that package was to this testimony,without doing injustice bustling about-the l ells ringing-and /
A crimson mixed with gold; thrown within our reach >IIY circumstances to the person rendering it, fur I less late, mill a hole in my inexpressibles!
He 4 whistles just the same old tune of distress beyond the confront of its owner than that sum; but when we take into consideration there was but onu remedy: my wife's maid,
That he did ten years ago : but in this case, nu improper conducthas extremely crippled situation, kind intelligent creature, civil and obliging -
And he is quite as merry now, been shewn on the pail of any j person; and the great importance it was *o her to and ready to turn her hand to anything
As ho was then, I know. by the testimony, the Salvors were entitledto have immediate aid, and that, but for the ,came to my aid, and in less than fif-
I used to love to spend a day, remuneration for every thing saved horn peculiar employment of this vessel it could Jeen minutes her activity exerted in tho
Among the forest trees, the wreck by their exertion, and it follows not have been obtained, we think that the midst of the confusion repaired the injury,
When chesnuts by the bushel fell necessarily that they had a right to ascer- Libellant is entitled to something more for and turned mo out fit to be seen by (ho
With every passing breeze tain what had been saved Among other his services than the bare compensation of whole corporation of London. When I
I reached home
time
my at supper articles boxes said' to contain the those services dressed I at Mrs.
With bag and basket fail, were n pilot-especially, as by was tapped Scrnpps'
And found the mug of cider there, mnil, these boxes were \yilhout seals or any property worth upwards twenty thousand door, went in, and risked her if she thoughtI
For me to "take a pull." other mark by which they could be desig- dollars may have been saved to the owners should dot the dear soul, after settlingmy
nated as letter boxes, and might have con- from total destruction.It point lace frill, (which she had been
And there times at
very frosty were pleasant weather, nightIn tained specie or any thing else; in examining is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed good enough to pick ofT her own petticoaton
When we before the blazing fire them it appears that the utmost care that within three day from the date purpose and putting my bag straight,
Were seated all together; and delicacy was observed, the lids wero of this decree the Claimant, Washington sweetest salute imaginable-
The women with their "knitting work," barely raised in the presence of the Captain D. Jones, pay over to the Marshal of this "I wish your Lordship health and happiness -
The boys with each a book. of the Brig, and finding they contained Court, for and on account of the Lilrcllant ,' said she. 'Sally,* said I, 'your lady
The dog asleep upon the hearth, packages of letters or other documents, in this cause, the sum of seven hundred and ship is an angel;" and so, having kissed
And puss within the .nook;-- they were immediately closed; the Court fifty dollars in full for the services rendered each of my daughters, who were in progress ,
But now I spend my autumn night therefore( cannot perceive any thing improper by him to said brig and cargo; and that of dressing, I descended the stairs, to be-
. Beside my fire alone, in this act. the said Claimant also pay to the aid Marshal gin the auspicious day in which I reachedthe
J hear no more the hearty laugh As to the amonnt of salvage to which within said time, a sum sufiicicnt to apex of my greatness.
At jokes in "banter" thrown; the Lihellants are entitled the'Court and this IS shall I the bows .hec \m.
I into Lehigh fire, con- rover thjocots expenses of prosecution ever forget |
.gaze And picture my old times there, siders itself bound to go ns far in the case ; and if the said Claimant thai I fail lies, tho congratulations, Sherifla bending
'ben wake, and find the scene is hut as the rules heretofore laid down, will per<< and neglect to pay over raid sums of mo before me, the Recorder smiling, the Common -
A castle in the air. mit-it is one of extraordinary danger'and ney within the time aforesaid, it i i. then and Serjeant at my feet-tho pageant was
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O, how I long for those good times much meat *** -- in that case ordered, that the said Marshal intoxicating; and when,after having( breakfasted -
That once 1 used to know! It is tlicreforo ordered,adjudged and decreed proceed, after giving five days notice of the I stepped into that glazed and gil-
When I wore'nrck-cloths'withoutstarcb, that all the articles except specie time and place of sale,to sell at public out ded house upon wheels, called tho state
And tied them in a bow, and the mail, saved from the Brig Correro cry to the highest bidder for cash, so much coach,and saw my sword bearer pup him-
For every thing I knew is changed I* sold by the Marshal of this Court, at of said cargo, as will be sufficient to raise self into one of the boots, with the swordof
In name if not in look, public outcry, after giving three days no- said sums of money, and that 'he pay over state in his fist, I was lost in cciMucy.
Excepting And Time-the Testament, tice of the time and place of sale, and that said sums of money when raised ns aforesaid I threw myself back upon thu seat of the
.. Webster's Spelling..Book. one-half of the amount raided from such to the Clerk of this Court, to be paid vehicle with all imaginable dignity, but not
CASES IN ADMIRALTY. sale be paid to the Libellants: And it is fur out and distributed according to this decree; without damage, for in the midst of my
ther ordered and decreed, that vo-fifths of and that after the payment of said sums of case and elegance 1 snapped| oil the cut
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Grover et al. ]i all the specie caved from said Brig l be also money he restore raid Brig and the residueof steel lull of my sword, by accidentally
vs. Libel for Salvage. paid to them as a full compensation| for her said cargo to the said W. I). Jones, bumping the whole' weight of my body
Brig Corrcro. J their services in saving said articles and for and on behalf of all concerned and interested right-or rather wrong-directly upon the
The testimony exhibited in this cause, specie, and that the further sum of five therein. top of it. *
_ presents a case of entire and absolute hundred dollars be paid them for their ser AMES WEBB, Judge. At Westminster, having been presentedand
wreck, though not of a total abandonmentof vices in rescuing the passengers and crew April 7th, 1832. received, I desired-I-John Ebenezcr
interest in the property saved from that of said Brig and bringing them to this -, Scropps, of Coventry desired the Recorder -
wreck. It appears that; tine: Brig Correro, port: and that out of the,specie remainingand to invite the Judges to dine with mo
bound from Havana to Cadiz, was wrecked thv'othcr half of the sum raised from MISCELLANEOUS.From -I-who remember when two of the eldest -
on the night of the 2d of April on Ca- the sale of the articles so saved, the costs and most innocent of the twelve came
rysford Heef; that she was very soon half of this prosecution be paid,and.the remain Sharp's London Magazine. to the circuit, trembling at the fight of
full of water, and that on the following der, together with tho boxes containingthe THE LORD MAYOR. them, and believing them some extraordi-
morning it became 'necessary for the safetyof mail, bo delivered over to the Captainof Behold at length the time arrived-! nary creature, upon whom all tho hair and
the passengers! and crew, that they should said Brig. JAMES WEBB, Guildhall crowded to excess-tho hust fur 1 saw grew naturally, not only to
leave, tho vessel and endeavor lo reach theBhore April 1829. Judge. ings thronged-t ha Aldermen retire-they ask these formidable being to dine with
which was in sight and about twelve .-.-- return-their choice is announced to the me, but as if I thought it beneath my dignity -
miles: distant; that 18 of them left the William Barker, Libellant,' people-it has fallen upon John Ebenezer to do so in my own proper pt'rlondepu-
Brig in two boats,and twenty-three of them vs L:iicl Scropps, Esq. Alderman and spectacle i ting a judge of my own to do it for : me; I
upon a raft; that the boats attempted to The Brig Indus and cargo, t or maker-a sudden shout' is heard-"Scrops I never shall forget their bows in return;
tow the raft to the shore, but were compel l- Washington B. JonesSalvage.. for ever!" resounds-the whole assembly Chinese mandarins on a chimney-piece are
ed to abandon it in twelve or fifteen minutes Claimant. seems to vanish from my sight-I come fools to them. Then came the return; we
; that tho boats afterwards met the Tho Brig Indus, bound from New Orleans forward-I am invested with the chain-I landed once more in the scene of my dig.
wrecking vessels of the Libellants near tho to Baltimore with a cargo of salted bow-make a speech-tumble over the nity; at the corner of Fleet street we found
shore, and those persons on board of them pork in bulk, was ran foul of by the Ship train of the Recorder, and tread upon the the Lady Mayoress waiting for the procession -
were taken on board of the Schooner Native Virginia,on the night of the 2d of April,, tenderest, toe of Mr. Deputy Podleavethe ; there she was-Sally Scropps (her
and the Sloop Splendid was immedi- (instant) and en much injured as to renderit hall in ecstacy, and drive home Mrs. maiden name was tnob-thero was my
ately desjntclied in search; of the rafter necessary that one third of her cargo Scropps iu a state of mind bordering upon own Sally, with a 1)luDlt'lof' feathers that
which was found in 12 or 15 miles, and should immediately be thrown overboard insanity. The days wore on. each one half filled the coach,and Jenny and Maria,
from which was taken all the persons that to prevent her sinking. The Ship, after: seemed as long u a week,until at length and young dally, all with their backs to my
had been left, after they had remained upon taking the passengers from the Brig,lay by tho eighth of November arrived, and thenit horses, which were pawing the mud, and
it from 12 to 14 hours. her until the following morning, and then did seem certain that should be Lord snorting and smoking (like steam engines,
The wreckers then went along side of proceeded on her voyage. Capt. Jones Mayor-I was sworn in-the civic insig- with nostrils like safety-valves, and four of
the brig, which had fallen on her beam,and then approached as near the Florida Reef nia were delivered to me-I returned themto my footmen, hanging behind the loach like
with the assistance of the crew saved two as he could in safety,and by hoisting out the proper officers-my chaplain was bees in a swarm. There had not been so
boxes of specie, and some other articles, signals of distress, obtained the assistance near me-the esquires of my householdwere much riband in my family since my poor
which together with the iassengers and of the Schr. Motto,commanded by the Li- behind me-tho thing was done- father's failure at Coventry; and yet "how
crew, they brought to Key West. bellant, by means of: which, ho was ena- never shall I forget the tingling sensation often, over and over again, although he
All the circumstances prove that a total bled to get inside of the Florida Reef; I felt in my ear when I was first called had been dead more than twenty years did
loss of the Brig was expected the moment whence, afer some refitting, ho was pilot- "My Lord. I even doubted if it were I,during that morning, in the midst of my
she struck-that her masts were immediately ted by the Schooner a distance of between addressed to me, and hesitated to answer splendour, think of. him, and wish that be
cut away, and she soon filled, and eighty and one hundred miles, and broughtin -but it was so-the reign splendor had could see me in my greatness! Yes, even
that very gr :! apprehensions; were enter- safety to the port of Key West. begun, and, after going through tile accus- in the midst of my triumph, I seemed to defer -
.'...Jnfd for the lives,. of the individuals on In rendering this aid, the LibeUant ban tomed ceremonies, I got home and retiredto to my good kind parent-in heaven, as
board- *n. that" every exertion encountered neither risk nor extraordinarytoil. i bed early in order to be fresh for the fatigues I hope and trust-as if I were anxious for-
\Vas made, 10 .JSi oR' In ...".!' boats and. l His services consisted in placingtwo of the ensuing day- Sleep I did his judgment and his opinion, a* to how I
the raft as soon as possible, and ti.;. of his crew on board the Brig, to per not-how was it to be expected?-some of should perform the arduous and manifold
upon without the assistance given oy the wreckers form such! duty as her situation required, the night I was in consultation with Mrs. duties of tbe day. II *
thing would have been lost, and and in his proceeding ahead in his own Scroppa upon the different arrangements At length we reached Guildhall; a* I
more every than probable the'lives of those per.tons vessel, and searching out a passage along settling about the gills-it,eir place at the creased the beautiful building, lighted
left on the raft. which she might b* navigated in safety; banquet, and their partners at the ball; tbe splendidly, and, filled 'wIth well-dressed



,fi;, 1..,."'",''1'1;!II:, ,'..,..." : vila'mousty' wffli! tlio pic- was, and that ho might! taka JIM departureand

,;,company,and heard;the deafcng hou! I .&!ill;.wilt :wat crcnd f i torcsquoTTiead-drcss time)contrast so ample trowFcrs, and shape his own course-ho'would, howe
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., : which rent the fane as Lerlferedt )teal I Jto1"h otfr. tin cti.t the.smiling Ottoman whilst his
peirssejoMho ; ver, steer South and East. The
Captain
colirrcd floating of
w&llt hl'
tract
was overcome } retired-to.JB private roomfTcfreslicd summer, | ,
;' ,I the c1ii Jadd beard (lings contempt on the effeminate the British'Brig steered East, and
my dress, adjusted ray1 collar, toned to --frequently } glossy and docked brought,
rubbed up my chain, which the damp had two to three inches deep; he talks chin of the clipped Euro-" up at Sand Key, where he came to anchor

tarnished, and taking a last look in the mirror causo he never thinks; and he cats' pean. His arms, for "in tho, East, all arm, and sent his boat ashore to enquire what:

prepared for receiving my guests. same reason! that, his tailor uses usually consist of a |parr of ,superbly chased Light lolIse that \\:1.81" Ho was told that
andshall I it? din viz. to fill out liis proportions. pistols, stuck in a silken sash; a yataghan
, They came; ever forget it was Sand Key off Key West. The
announced the bands played "O With duelist he is no gentl with a jewelled,handle; a larger'and mate
ner was ; said there was no such laid
the roast beef of Old England. Onwards refuses to fight dull. He may ;mom clumsy knife, called a haniar, and the place down oa
ho swinging in a scabbard, covered his Chart, and lie would like to know whereit
tricks
we went; a Prince of the blood-of many villainous as .scymctar
the blood royal of my conntry, led out my may seduce the weak,betray the with greenor crimson velvet, (as tho owner was,and what course to steer for the IJa

Sally-my own Sally-the Lady Mayoress cheat the honest, and murder jjjj being an Emir or otherwise, entitled llamas ; he received the necessary directionand

The Lord High Chancellor handed out ing-all these do rot detract one to carry it,) and ornamented with bosses of went on his \\ray.Ve guess that Join

young 8&lIy-1 saw it done-I thought I his gentlemanly pretensions. But gold. The latter is, in general, the most Bull mnst not only have lost his reckoning

should have choked The Prime Minister refuses to stand up and be shot at, important and valuable portion of h&arms, but must have mislaid his Chronometer and

took Maria, the Lord Privy Seal gave his gentleman.. having complied with or"even ef his property. Some blades: are Sextant. had the weatho been boisterous '

arm to Jenny; and my wife's mother, Mrs. quisite, he is a gentleman,every inch valued at two or three hundred dollars- the chances are 9 out of 10 that this vessel
Snob, was honored by the protection of the -adultery, treachery and murder -
would Lave been lost. As it is
From the Floridian of Feb. 21. ,we shalt
Honorable ho Lord Chief Justiceof contrary notwithstanding.
Right the King's, Bench. Oh, it my poor father With the gay Miss, who never Col. WHITE, in a letter of the 20th ult. consider it more a matter of good luck than

could have lived to have seen that! freely except in tho atmosphere of '(} says:-"ihat he has called on the Secretary good guidance,if she ever reaches her port

i show, a gentleman is one who of War,and stated to him the necessityof of destination..

From the Charleston Courier.: self to promote her wishes; who letting the Indians in. Florida know distinctly -.0.0.-

Tho heroism of the medical professionis her to theatres, balls and sleigh-rides ,that they are not to expect to be fed The Brig INDUS, C pt. Knowlcs, from

said and admitted to be as great as it M neglects his business to attend to her by this government, the anticipation of New-Orleans, bound to Baltimore, which

peculiar. The English Journals give se- mcnlsj;: who spends his money to which,only encourages their indolence and we mentioned in our last
veral recent and cnrrobrmg instances. Several her pleasures; who, in a word, is renders them indifferent, or indisposed, ton as living' been
the run a-foutofon! the 2nd1' ins!. .by the.
of its Professors with the view to as much if not altogether a lady's man. removal west of Mississippi Ship
remaining: whether the, Cholera was or was .Hut with the young lady's maiden We understand that oilp Delegate bas.taken ., Virginia, anofbrought to this place in a damaged

have inoculated themselves n staid gentlewoman of forty, the i this measure in consequence of an application condition, was libelled for salvage,
not contagious,
the morbid secretions of patients man i is still a different personage. 'I recently made to. Congress by Major by Capt. Barker, of the Schr. Motto on
with
the for
I Phagan, present Agent, an appropriation
who have died of this disorder., Dr. Gregory the essence of respectful attention to feed the Indians. We trust the 7Ui insf. Seven hundred and fifty dol-

in a recent essay, observing upon the docs not indicate, by word, look, or that remonstrance to tne1' War Department lars,with costs of Court, were awarded te

zeal of some members of the profession for I that he suspects! her of being older will have the desired effect, and we Capt. B. for his services. The money was

the advancement of science, stales, that was once, or that he prefers the have the more confidence in this belief from paid without resorting to a sale of
any rart
"those to whom this subject is new, may younger Misses. the intimate knowledge of the Indian character of the cargo; and, after undergoing the
form notion of the ardent zeal of With old ladies of revolutionary possessed by the present Secretary.As necessary
some long as there is a set of officers whose repairs, the Brig sailed for Balti-
is who
a gentleman one wears a
of those votaries of medical science
some salaries depend on the continuance of these more, on the 9th inst. The decree of the
nered beaver has his hair lied behind
and lie entertained as well as instructed ;
may troublesome neighbors us, we have
among Court will bo found first .
all and has his on our
when they are informed that many of (powdered over: but little Lopes of getting rid of the nui page.
them have long persisted in trying severe fled at the wrist. Who wears short It is time to take strong measures, A-.o.e CARD.>-

and dangerous experiments on their owr. clothesand a long waistcoat, with no longer submit to the mismanagement The undersigned .
from trio
persons; that one of'them wishing to ascertain flaps; who wears silver buckles to'vhich our Indian relations have been wrecked Schr. William passengers& Frederic take
the medical effects of camphor, reach from side to side of his well subjected, and which tends only to perpetu this method! of tendering their ,sincere,

took, at one dose, such a quantity of it, shoes; who walks with a gold-headed an evil which is becoming intolerable to thanks to Capt. Caldez. of Spanish Schr.
thc-citizens of the frontier counties.
that his senses failed him, and he was very and who,in his mmnersncglects no Col. White the in this Josefa, for his prompt assistance and polite
,viewing subject
near dead: and must have died in good of the ceremony oi olden times; light, has recommended that a commissioner attentions.

earnest, but for the lucky accident of the The pit-a-pat heart of a susceptible sent among them immediately, and that L. M. Stone,

physician, who was called to his assistance of sixteen, tells her that a agents whose salaries depend on their G.Williams,

when ho was speechless, casting his eyes tall fellow, witlra fine military cap continuance in Florida, be ordered out of James C. Sully,
Delano
head a blue coat turned with nation, until the unbiassed will of the ,
on the papers which lay on his patient's table ; up Benjamin Fish.

and which contained an account of rings; a sword'by his side; a neat .can be known. I _w .":,:,, _' __ ___
the experiments he had been trying; that whiskers; a measured step, and a 1 _

one of the most eminent surgeons, and d'vo do, my charming Miss! You THE OAZETTI3 JJc MARINE
that this loveliest creature I ever beheld- INTELLIGENCE
most ingenious men, ago or country
has produced, deliberately inoculated soul) you are:" KEY WEST:

himself, by means of a lancet dipped in Miss Phillis, too--she hab her WEDNESDAY APRIL PORT OF KEY WEST.
11, 1832.
the matter of a foul disease and kept himself And he be a brack a man, trait as a .
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thoroughly tainted with it for about three post,wid wife teeth,roily eye shiny ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
At an election for City Officers held onSaturday
years,I hat ho might have the satisfaction of llarty foot, plurnpy lip,broady nose- March 9. Sloop Emma Augusta, J. Ful-
the 7th instant tIle
,
observing tho regular progress of it through ger who wear a red coat, be de color following gen- ham, Nassau, merchandize to F. Ai
it will who fiddle like Polio dance coso'I were elected by the Board of Al Browne.
every part of his body;.that another very ingenious ; .
man of the profession, in order to I Frenchman, make two tree bow in a : : Joscfa, Yanes, Charlotte Harbor.

ascertain tho effects of different kinds of nit,an say"O toddy! Missy PJlilJis, ALEX. PATTERSON,Clerk and Treasurer, 10. Sloop Mary Ann, Ximincs, Ilavani.

food on tho human body, lived for two unpalatable beauty (habset my heart R, R. FLETCHER, Marshal, Fair American, L Burrows, do
months or more on bread and waler-lhcn o glue pot!" DR. B. B. STROBEL, Health Officer and Morning Star,J. A pplcman, do

for some time on roast goose-then, on Among fox hunters, a gentleman Port Physician. March CLEARED.
5. N. American
-o.o-- Sloop Braman
suet-then, on sugar-and, at last, fairly fellow who can leap a five barred DR. A. II. DAY has been appointed Clerk Havana..

died on Cheshire cheese. Out hundredsor jump a twenty foot ditch, thread the the Superior Court, Southern Judicial 7. Schr. Lily, F. A. Lewis, New-York,
thousands experiments, more or less ings of a forest at full gallop, smell master.

severe or dangerous, have been tried byphysicians track when the hounds are at fault, ot Florida, vice Joel Yancy re- 9. Brig Indus, Knowles, Baltimore, F.A.

and surgeons on their own bodies first at the death of Reynard,dip( the Browne.
without the least necessity,and pure- in a bowl of punch, and drink the - ly from their zeal for science. ings of a fox's tail. SH'PWRECK.-Thc Schooner William & 10. Sloop Morning Star, Applcmanr

With a country housewife, he it Capt. Fish, from Appalachicola, vana,master.
Fair American ,
From the New-York Constellation. bit of a gentleman who praises her to this Port, was lost on the 2nd inst. Burrows, do. do.

WHO IS A ( EN'fLElIANtThe tic accomplishments; extols her Key Sinebal. She grounded on the PASSENGERS.
ID Schr. :r oaea,from wreck of Schr. William
admires tho neatness of her house
an anchor was immediately let and
answer to this question, among Americans the heads of her children who go & Frederic, Mrs. Fish, Messrs. Col.
,depend generally upon the condition fers pats molasses to in ; attempt made to float her off by throw- L. M. Stone,'C.Sully,and G. R. Williams.
,feelings,and particular modes of thinking sugar, over a part of the deck load. In this From Havana, Maj. Elzourdi, Lady and
coffee; cats sour bread without a wry family, Mr. A. Garcia and
of those.who undertake to answer it; ,the crew were aided by three ,
despatches tho worst articles on her In tho R. C. Marion, for Charleston, 'IV.A .
and,consequently, he who is very much of who came to their assistance. Every
with the best relish rises the Whitehead
; at Esq Collector of this Port.
in the estimation of
a gentleman one per of tho cock; and washes his face was made until the 6th, when a
is gentleman at all in tho opinion of -
son no -
another.A, pump, instead of disarranging her gale, which came on, destroyed all NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
basin which are kept for show. of getting her off. The chain cable
gentleman in the estimation of mine *
A sailor's bit of parted, she drove high and
gentleman a a dry upon
host, is one who calls freely for all the good James
things appertaining to the bar, the wino lie u a man who can box the sand bank, and bilged. The crew and Egan,

cellar and the table; pays his bills punctually knot, splice, hand, reef and steer; remained on deck until the gale

without disputing the items or the prices can run aloft with the nimbleness of i When having beard of vessel at

; and speaks( in flattering terms of every and keep his foot on a rope, as Harbor, about 30 miles distant, ss
a spider on his web. Who reeks
thing about his landlord's premises, from persons proceeded in a boat to pro
the beds in the attic to Dotty in the kitchen. whether he sleeps in his: hammock, her assistance. On the morning of the RESPECTFULLY informs his friends
round
top or at the bottom of the
With waiters and ostlers gentleman is general, that he has
ono who M flush in his cash; who, after having who fears neither storms, nor billows, the Schr. Josefa, Capt.Caldez, came opened a Private Boarding House -on Indian

}paid their master as much as their ser hostile sail; but who has, within a mile of the wreckand took Key, and will pay every attention in

vices are worth, pays them four times their marvellous dread of tho Flying those who remained, and brought them his power to render satisfaction: to those

value into, the bargain. "Massn Dash," who cares not n groat for money; : this place. As soon as the news of the who may favor' him with their company.
band is ever open at the of His terms are moderate.
says Cuffee, Mho be one real gemman; he cry reached this place, the Schr. Wm. 32 p
gib.me half a dollar for brush his boots, who loves his wife next to his ship; Capt Anderson, proceeded in search April 11,1832. -
tree quarter dollar for hold his boss and not abide a fellow who comes in at
bin window scorns her Mr. C. Sully, passenger, and one NOTICE.
meanness
dollar for callin' him
whole ;
a gemman. land lubberand hates with the last who left the wreck,is of opinion THE undersigned having re-established
a lawyer
And ho be first rate gciuman-no mistake. at West
Key COMMISSION
a considerable as a -
A gentleman, with Dolly, the chambermaid hearty good will than he does the devil.PERSONAL portion of the cargo, MERCHANT AND GENERAL

is one who says a soft thing to her, consisted of lumber, may yet be sav- AGENT, offers his services to his friends
praises hefgood looks,compares her cheeksto : APPEARANCE OF The passengers on board the William and the public generally.

the damask rose, her lips to red cherries, TURKS. Frederic were, Messrs. Fwh, Col. L. 1'.!. F. A. BROWNE.

her eyes to the planet Venus, and her waistto Taken tn masse, the Turks are the C. Sully and G. R. Williams. April He offers 20, 1831 for sale at his Ware house

an hour-glass; and who,to prove the sin looking race of men in the world; -o.a- 30,000 feet White Pine Boards

cerity of his soft nothings, gives her occasionally oval hoods, arching brows, jetty eyes, JOHN BULL IN A QUANDART.-A British 10,000 first quality Bricks
a sly kiss, a gentle squeeze of tile aquiline noses; their lofty figures and from the Bay of Honduras 15 bbU Baltimore prime Beef
hand, and a bright silver dollar.A ly mien, are all set oft to full bound to 36 do Navy Bread
dandy.V estimate of a gentleman: is by their ample robes and graceful was spoken a few days since, oT 10 bags prime Coffee.

based on a foundation peculiarly his own. all is case and proportion about a point of the quicksands, about half-way THE SUBSCRIBERS

lie is not a creature who has any thing to do there are no angles or straight lines in the Marquese Keys and Tortugas',

with money, sense, feeling, flesh or blood. features or person in all we find the the Sloop Spermacetti, Captain Clift. HAVING taken Porter the&Store recently oc-

Ibis wholly a factitious thing, made up by curve of manly beauty and majestic ; Captain wished to be informed upon North East end of F. A. Browne'Stanard, ia WareHouse the

the tailor, the seamstress, the cordwainer, It is inconceivable what a miserable bank it was that he bad got soundings; offer for sale on accommodating

tho hatter, and tho corset manufacturer.lie an Englishman or European makes WM told that it was the point of the terms, a general assortment. of

is, to be sure, a creature that walks, him; his black unmeaning hat, between Marquese and Tortu- DRyiOODS,

talks and eats; but he docs all these fromno pantaloons, and hard collared, *. lie then wanted to know the best GROCERIES and

ordinary motive lie walks merely to coat, (which will one day puzzle to the Old "Uama ; hannel. Captain SHIP CHANDLERY. .

show his manufactured figure-his tailor's posterity who shall antiquaries in then stated to him precisely where he GEORGE E. WEAVER: CO.
Key West, April ,0. 1831g



iVV;I, fr-
I LAWS OF TnETEimrrORY OF FLO- at sea and the r hens disseminated through

Class ,.AN |, tho country'\vitligrcatilil} tclii; long wy* ,:,!,';\,
'
IIIJ"l: ;
the ACC"onttitled fore they roach thu
\ ACT tai amends; ; !'An' *
COLLECTOR'S OFFICH. jl.,. ( act concerning Marriage; Liceise. In its politics, tho Courier,At:Enquirer 10* "

MARCH 24, 1832. 'd. BQ it enacted by the Governor and is purely Democratic-'adhering to tho prin-
J :
Proposals will be received at ." Legislative Council of the Territory of ciples and usages of the Republican Party,

SEALED._ until tho 5th day of April, C, "'O tileru.! Florida, That from and after the passage and advocating the re-election of General

for the supply of rations to the non-commis4( r. ; of this net, it shall not bo lawful, for any Jackson to the Presidency. Its columnsare
sioncd officers and seamen, of the United* .' white male in this alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
: ; person residing or being
Or -- --- ,
:lit :
the --.eves
States' Revenue Cutter Marion, for Intelligence Morals Literature and tho
Territory, to intermarry with', any negro, ; ;
term of one from the first day of April ,
year ; Fine Arts. In morals, However, it docsfnot
mulatto other colored fe-
next. The ration for the Cutter Service: WILLIAM STEWART, or quart croon, or
the creed of Fanatics Bigots
the same as that allowed in the Naval Ser NO. MERCADI2KES ST. male;and it shall in like manner be unlaw- act upon or

vice, and consistaof the Articles .enumerated lias just received at his Crockery and ful for any white female person, to inter ,but on the contrary, inculcates those
principles of morality' and religion only,
in the folliming.table: to wit. marry with any negro: mulatto, or quarteroon -
Glass Store the articles
following : ,or other coloured: male person. which are formed upon peace and goodwill

'--. siUdgjarg - ...'- too Chandeliers, of various sizes Sec. 2. Bo It further enacted, That all to all mankind-the fruit of which is
| GLASS
Glass tolerance and brotherly affection instead of
---- patterns. Lamps and every marriage, formed, made, or solemnized
'Je1fauA" .. .. .. .. u for halls, from 0 to 10 inches, various pat- in contravention of the provis- "persecution for opinion's sake.
j'g Cut and Plain Glass Upwards of Four Thousand copies of
.---- r.a' terns. Elegantly ions of the foregoing section shall be taken -
'eassclulq; -,. u -.. .. .. .. ... Shades. Glass and Plated Candlesticks, and held as utterly void and null: and the Courier & Enquirer are published Daily,
French and manufacture. Cordial and more than Three Thousand Semiweekly *
,1- -- English issue(if any,) of such surreptitious mar-
-- -a:> .. ,u '! 1MI Stands with glasses. Plain nnd dia- riage shall be regarded, as bastard, or bastards ; and in the City of New-York its .
!U" mond cut glass Decanters. English, ,'and incapable of having or receivingany circulation i is known to be more than an

I 'su3d ::-'=:.-:- .. u ;: French and-Uennan plain and cut glass estate,real, personal, or mixed, by in- hundred per cent greater than any other

__ _____"""=J Tumblers, of all sizes. Cordial Glasses, heritance.Sec paper. These facts are referred to, as affording
of all Round Flower Pots tho only the Proprietors
qualities. glass commentary
gad 'Szo r 3. Be it further enacted, That nil
'c3.L '100A\ t ;
various sizes. Looking Glasses, with gilt can with propriety offer on the quality
Clerks of Courts within this are
------ '-. -.q.--- -t.Janna" and mahogany frames,assorted from 1 half from Territory of the matter which will be found in their
'nBns expressly prohibited knowingly ISSU-
fZ -.; ,.r.. yard.to 2 yards, with and without painted license to to contemplated weekly publication.
) ; views. Ladies' Toilet Glasses Mahogany ing any persons intermarry, Jt 13 intended to publish 17,600 copiesof
.. .. .. .. Gt .. eN against whom the disabilities this act
,3o Chests of Drawers. A large assort- specified tho first number:>> of the paper, which
does attach under the penalsum
--- may or will be distributed in different of tho
'PV3Jg r r .r p .r co.zno13 ment of varnished Trays, from 6 to 36 in- I of one thousand dollars, to be recovered parts
_. ::.;:.:;.::.::.:;.::, a ches. Shop Lamps, assorted from 1 to 4 by action of debt in Court of Record country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster -

0: .. .. .. o? .. .. : lights-glasses, weights and wicks for do. having jurisdiction, any the one half to bo in tho United States, in order (hat
Street Lanterns. Window of all si- a specimen of the publication be ex
glass, may
,
for the use of the informer and the other
\\1 -o _.- zes. Looking Glass plates for Toilets of amincd.
.. '", .. .. coCO half for the benefit of the Territory.Sec. .
*
1JOd' 18 inches. Plated and varnished Cruetts. TERMS.Daily .
"Ha _____-.t 4. Be it further enacted, Tbat'any _
"
Spare glasses for ditto. A collection of Paper $10 per an. Payable
r' Minister of the Justice of the Peace
1' Engravings, in setts of 4,6,and 8 in a sett. Sem. Weekly Paper-4 per an. > in
.
or Judge of Court in this Territory,
'Joog Cane and bottomed l Chairs Wind any WEEKLY PAPER3 advance.
... straw per an,j
C") who shall knowingly perform the
sor ditto. French earthen jars, various ceremonyof 03": Any person who may obtain eight
--- who
1i -- marriage between by
S33fIG .. GI .. .. 1' .. sizes. Cupping Glasses. Japanned and any persons subscribers to the weekly paper and remit
the provisi ons of this act are prohibited to intermarry
I earthenware Spitting Boxes. A complete shall in like manner forfeit and the amount, shall be furnished with a copy

!" z 0It:. CM. assortment of white, blue and green edged the penal, sum of one thousand dollarsto gratis and to companies of ten subscribers,
and blue Earthen Ware. pay who associate and remit dollars
1- .--.-..-.. printed be recovered in like manner, as in the twenty-five ,
.. Dinner setts, elegant patterns do. it will be sent for $2 50 each per annum.
section the half for the
-S .. .:.4" Desert do do do. preceeding ; one Post Masters, who have no objections to
c&l use of the informer, and tho other half for
o ri r.\ .. 0 ir: Coffee do do do. net as our Agents,are requested to receive
C.l tho benefit of tho Territory.
I V: 1 "0 r:: 113: 2 ri "Eg 2 jr" t Together with a variety of articles too te- Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That all subscriptions and remit the money at the

I 1" t r= r _S? dious to enumerate; all of which will be white male resident within this risk of the Publishers, at the time of or-

I ____ ....p..v......, sold at very tempting prices. persons, dering the paper. It is expected that they
, Territory, who shall attempt to intermarry,
.
AlsoSPEIUIACETI will retain in their hands 10 cent. of
The number required for the year, is estimated or who shall live in a state of adultery or per
OIL the amount received remuneration for
as a
at eight thousand. The proposals fornication with mulatto
I any negro, quar-
will state the price per ration,at which the For sale by wholesale and retail. teroon, or other coloured female, shall be their trouble.
contracter will deliver hem, in such quan Havana, April 1, 1832. 31 tf liable to indictment therefor,and on convic- Q: Editors of papers with whom we exchange
tities as may from time to time be requiredon arc requested to give the above an
tion shall be fined in sum not exceedingone
board the said Cutter at Key West.W. TRANSLATION.EN any insertion, and tho favor will bo reciprocated -
A. WIUTCIIEAD, thousand dollars at the discretion of
.
COLLISCTOR.LuJulDer0 KL ALMACEN! the Jury, and shall be moreover disqualified -
de loza cristales de D. Gmo. Stuart Jan. 1st, 1832.
y from exercising any office of profit or

numero 88 calle de Mercaderes. trust in this Territory, serving as Jurors, or CIRCULAR.Office r

acaban de recibir los efectos sigui of giving evidence in any case, except of American and Foreign Agency for

SE Bombas de diez a diez y seis where negroes,or mulattoes are parties. Claims, No 49 Wall street, New York
1'-0 000 1''EET: Lumber received pulgadas de diferentes hechuras. Guarda- Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That this PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
per Scbn act shall be in force from and after the all
pas- persons whom it may concern, having
lisas
brisas la'oradas.
Quinques para sa-
Ilydcr Aly, Consort, and Lady Tompkins, y Claims Debts Inheritances
thereof. &c. payableor
sage
F. A. DROWNE. las de varios taman elegantes figuras.
for sale by y
recoverable abroad that this has
Passed 16th ,
Jan. 1832. Approved Agency
Key West, March, 1832. 29 3i Candeleros de platina.: Id. de cristal. Jan. 23d, 1832. established, under the special auspices and
Copas francesas e inglesas con sus sios. patronage of distinguished individuals in

Copitas para toda close de licores. Botel- this country* a regular correspondence with
RoardiDog. las de cristal lisas y cortadas punta de dia- A INTACT eminent Bankers,&C. in the principal ports

mante.vasos ingleses, Franceses y alema- To provide for the building a Jail at Key and capitals of foreign governments in commercial -

nes, de todos tamanos, lisps y labfados. West. ,I relation with the United States;
Floreros redondos de varias dimensiones. through the medium whereof such valid
Be it enacted by the Governor and Le-
claims as be Confided thereto, will be
Espejos con marcos dorados y do caoba, gislative Council of the Territory of Flori- expedited may for settlement, and promptly and

desde media pasta dos yarns de luna con da, That a further time of two years is hereby effectively recovered, when furnished by
Jun. has removed
MRS. HOWARD Calle do los Officios to No. 9. pais y sin el. Tocadores para senoras. Co- allowed the commissioners appointed to the claimants with the suitable legal proofs
Calle Obripia. modas de caoba. Un gran surtido de van- superintend the building of a jail and cistern and vouchers, together with the requisite

Havana Jan. 1, 1832. 19 tf.J" dejas de charol de seis a treinta y seis pul- I at Key West, to complete the same, Power of Attorney, to be taken and acknowledged -
gadas. Lamparos propias para tienda de provided, however, that the said commis- before any Judge of a Court of

una a cuatro luces. Meuhas, tuvos y con- sioners snail within three months from the Record, or other competent civil magistrate

C. Greene trapeso para ellas. Faroles de calle. Vi- passage of this act, make and execute anew lie; and, municipal the whole authority duly authenticated, or notary by pub the

dries pianos de todos tamanos. Lunas with sufficient security in the
para txuuj Governor
j I of the state or territory in which
Continues to transact General Agency tocadores de diez y oclio pulgadas. Vi- sum-of two thousand dollars each, for the the same may be perfected, and legalized

Business. I'I'I nagrcras de platina y de charol. Pomos faithful performance' of the duties assignedthem by the appropriate Foreign Consul.

Goods taken on Storage &c. I sueltos para las mismas. Colleccion de and for the completion of the said Having also established a similar correspondence

03" He will always be happy to receive i I cuadros de cuatro, seis y ocho en colec- jail and cistern within the time prescribed by throughout the United States and

and execute all orders' in his line of Busi, cion. Sillas de rejilla, pajita y madera,- law, the said bond to be approved by the British America, the like claims for recovery

ness. Tinajas franccsas de varias, cabidas. Yen- presiding justice; provided also that said in any part thereof respectively, will
be received, and efficiently attended to, io
West 28th March 1831.
hey ,
tosas superiorcs. commisioners shall make
muy Escupideras para out a true state- behalf of American, as well as Foreign
NOTICE. sala de laton y hoja de lata charoladasw ment of all the mcnicsed by them, and claimants*

Un completo surtido de loza inglesa blanca from whom, and all axpenditures up to the Orders for the investmeut of funds on

THE undersigned Commissioners, ap- de orilla azul y verde y azul fino. Ba- date of the said bond, and deliver the same mortgage of freehold property, or in the

by the Legislative Council jillaa finas de muy delicado gusto. Juegosde at the time of of giving said bond to said! purchase of public securities in the United

under the act entitled, "An net to providefor postres ingleses y franceses. Idem de presiding jvstice, to be by him forthwith States, Canal Loans of the States of New

the speedy settlement of all arrears due cafe de vanados y rauy bonitos dibujos, y transmitted to the Treasurer of the Terri York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c. punctually
the of Florida Feb. and faithful'y executed.Applications .
Territory approved otros diferentes efec ps cuyo detalle seria

12th, 1832. hereby give notice: muy prolijo, todp espende a precios su- tory.Passed Jan. 26, 1832. Approved Jan. requiring addressed the investigation to this Agency of claims,incases ,

That all persons having accounts, or mamentecquitativoa: tambien se espende 30, 1832. search of records or the intervention of legal
claims of kind whatever which .
-any accrued grasa de esperma por mayor y menor. proceedings, should be accompanied
prior to the 30th Nov. 1831, are required TilE WEEKLY MORNING COURIER with an adequate remittance to defray tho
-
by said act to present them to the undersigned ARTRILL & M'DONALD, AND N. YORK ENQIRER. preliminary charges and disbursements ate

before the first day of May the and all letters
on or SHIP CARPENTERS, tending same; must bo
next, under penalty of being forever barred inform their friends On Saturday, the 28th Jan. inst. the addressed (post paid) to toe undersigned

from having or receiving the same. RESPECTFULLY in general, that Proprietors of the Morning Courier & N. (Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the U

"All former and present officers, or oth- they will undertake to repair upon the sbor- York Enquirer, intend publishing on the Wall Btates street,) In the New Office York.of the Agency, 49

oqs, or corporations or counties," I test notice, Ships, Small Vessels,or Boats. largest folio sheet ever issued, a Weekly AARON, II. PALMERActuary.

Sat n the SOt,'; day of Nov. I last, were indebted Application may be made at the Store of Newspaper,to contain all that appears du- .
of Fiona also P. J. Fontaine. ring the week in their daily paper. It will
to the Territory debt- Key West. NOT. 23. 1831. NOTICE.
notified to make payment o. d be published on fine paper, with new type;
before the J31 LIST:: LETTERS and to place within the reach of all classes ANY citizen who may apprehend a DE
to the undersigned or
aforesaid will be Remaining in the Post Office at Key West of the community, it will be afforded from the U. States' Troop.,
of or they
day May and deliver him over to an Officer of tbe
he pro-I pn the lit April, 1832: to subscribers at the reduced price of three
secuted for same. Army will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN '
Communications in pursuance of John P. Booth, Collector of Customs Dollars, per annum,payable always in advance DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured .

notice, must be post paid: ,or they will not i Radney Corliss, John Ferguson, 2 J. M. GLA88ELL .
be taken from the post office. Joseph Flintham, Antonio R. Gomez, In consequence of the other Daily Papers Major Commanding

JAMES D. WESTCOTT Charles Johnson, 2 Charles M. Johnson, in New York determining not to board Key West* April 47, 1831 31

Secretary of Florida. William Jolinc, Thos. M'Mullin 2 vessels and receive their news on Sunday, .
Publbliers of the Courier & OFFICE OP '9II'InttrriSIi
the Enquirerhave
CAMPBELL Millet Olmstead
Joiiif K. Abraham R. Capt. ,
Dist. Attorney Mid. Dist. David C. Pinkham,2 Thomas Quiner, lately invested Thirteen Thousand dol. VIC&CON8ULATE,

LESLIE A. THOMPSON, Philip Sawyer, Brvan Shanneasy, i lars in a separate news establishment, consisting And Agent far Lhydst London, and

Auditor of the Treasury. Mrs. Simmons, Cot L. M. Stone, 3 of one Schooner of ninety tons, Association of Underwriters, Liverpool,
Feb. 21st. 1832. 31 6i E. Trenor Alex. Thompson one of sxty tons, and the necessary row
Tallahasse, Lt. NO, 3, rftONT-*EET,
boats. This establishment is supported at
the Ter- William Williams.
throughout
ft j-The will newspapers this six insertions and forrard II. S. WATERHOUSE. P. M. an annual expense of Nino Thousand dollars Office hours from 9 A. H,to 3 o'clock r. *.

-ritory their give accounts to tho Floridhn office. Key West, April, '83!!. 31 tf. ,.and vessels from Europe are boarded tf Key West, 0th April, 1831.Notice .


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.

.. .. '
.. ,,.. leel ion and if the Mayor shall rf> 'uu
\ ; ,
; appeared
article originally ( j
stormidbld1. tbec Jai t1 of being< ,4'" Th fe oliwWin1;
and
." PJ10SPEC1 P >;:r" 'it.. e neglect to order advertise said election
":JCr1; 1: ,. /t 3I".i\\\\ ratnpled byUbosewith: whom we have Confederated irt this limper. We republish it on: ,account: ,
.1
I,... ,, orRIGIITH 1'11& > ; Boston it shall be the duty of the cleric of raid incorporation ,
\ -- STATE AND FREE TRADE at home. Hence is is ntaU. important of having lately'seen u copy of it in a -
to do so and if the clerk
should be sustained andnaccura/ ; refuse
that the power with rnany1 errors
EVENING POST. which alone astrictconstructton taper, I or neglect to do so, it shall> and
can compel and
TilE establishment, in Charlestonof of the Charter. That power reside with cies in the latitude, longitude llauseaK-! bearingof w evident be lawful for the citizens of said city, may stlc|, ,
Newspaper, devoted to tho : It is the State some'of the Light entitled for
each State Soferei 11ty. be followed may be to vote a Mayor and\ !
their has been deem statement )
of principles if this erroneous
support of to arrest
tight sovereign interposition of said
Aldermen to assemble
I IFRF.E the Manner city, :! at arjv
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and mislead ,
the usurpation .Federal agents. The ex. it will materially convenient said
in and
place cily, ;
appoint
,
TRADE PIRTV. In him
pursuance to warn
istence of this right as the conservative and so far from being a guide
of this determination: TUB EVENING doctrine the judges to conduct said election, and tlir
principle of our Constitution is no new from danger, will subject him to, very I ;
POST will be commenced as a Daily Evening ; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, difficulties against which our publication may then proceed to elect a Mayor tnul, M.\,

Journal, so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and. con We advise: Editors Aldermen, who ?hall be sworn into office

arrangements can be completed.The temporary expositors. This principle is was intended to guard. which be i I by any Judge,or Justiceof the Peace in the
which the Evening the following may
to ,
to publish
tenets
political the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing county; after which, the Mayor and ..:kid-
( Post will be devoted, are so familiarto from other Republics pot Federal relied on 811 accurate:
ours elected shall 1
men so ; immediately enter
this community. have been so long the in their elements. In the latter, a "For the information of Mariners generally tip-

prominent subject of discirssion by the Constitution is, in fact by a symbol of public we have procured from the Collector on tho duties to be performed by them.

press-and have been so often and trium- opinion, is construed by and varies with of the Port, the following schedule of the Sec, 7. Be f ft further enacted, That the

phantly vindicated by the first minds in our the changing wjll of a majority ; while in situation of the Light Houses along tho Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall
State, and in the Federal council, that it it have and authority to prevent andremove
our Republic a guardian power preserves poorer
Florida shore under his superintendence:
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more ,
as a permanent role of action. nuisances to rcstrnm.nnd prohibit}
Situated i-
than the following exposition, 'vhichisolTer. The formal recognition of such a right Cape Florida Light.-Sationary. i all sorts of gaming to establish and
ed in lieu of a more detailed political creed. the face of the Charter would have been on the south point of Key Biscayne, i regulate
on markets the Bale of
Free Trade will bo advocated as the dic- superfluous, in as much as it resulted ncces- about 400 yards from the beach. The keeping weightsand

tate of an enlightened policy-as a privilege sarily from the formation of a compact between Light may he considered 70 feet above the measures) to regulate streets, Squares.

of the people, which impartial justice independent sovereigns having no level of the sea, distant from tho Gulf and fences in said City; to license weigh
requires from the rulers of every countryand to regulate and splint i patrols to ,
common umpire. As a feature of our polit- Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing ers, pun
a* a right which,in ours U guaranteedby of that ical system it is of course a political,not a 10 feet approach within 2 1-2 milesof ish vagabonds,to erect and keep up \vliarus.
framers
Constitution. The
the may
I Formed for the protec-: and
revolutionary right to appoint pilots regulate pilotage into -
venerated instrument withheld from the the Light. Lat. 251'7 N.-Long.
tion of a minority from of the harbour of said city, and the entrances
-
Federal agents the power to protect man the Federal authorities themselves, and 80 42 1V.Light I
fac"urci by restrictive duties ; it has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised Ship Florida, is situated on Ca- into the same; to regulate the anchui, '
usurped+ by a perversion of the revenue authoritiesthe age and mooring ot".ssds in said harhour,
through the subserviency of those ryford's Reef, near the site of the old one,
power, and its exercise, involving sectional Constitution itself needed a protection. in Lat. 25 08 N.-Long. CO 27Y.. It to tax and license billiard tables, to tax

oppression for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely wa not is as two distinct and license; hawkers, pedlars and transient
distinguished
has, necessarily which,endangers produced a the sectional' permanency exasperation placed in either of the parties against whomit Lights easily are shown, which, can generally be traders, to lax: retailers of dry goods and!

of the Union. It is impossible! that the injured was provided as a shield.Federal The Supreme seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object groceries, commission merchants, and auctioneers -
of the
Court being one agents, was to free mulattoes
ax and
parties can tolerate legislation manifestly is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks ; negroes,
not therefore, entrusted wit; j its political
unjust and unequal in its operation. guardianship., Nor could''he engine of the and shoals near which it is placed.Key ). Haves-provided the tax on slaves hall not

Without first proving, which is impossible, majority-tho ballot box- have been con West Liglit, stands on the S. West exceed the Territorial tax on them; they
that the bcriffitsof the protection are equally shall have to levy a tax on all improved
sidered as the safeguard. The sectional! Point nf the Island of Key West ; Is in power
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross real estate within said i of
influence the representation city: not
minority can exert no on -
absurdity to contend that the burdens of La' 24 25 N.-Long. 0204 W.; erect-
of a sectional majority. The more than one half of one
pcrcentom -
tho Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, ed fur the purpose of guiding vessels when upon
responsibility nf representatives butsecures its value, and;"prie: 'hall'pf one -
the directions for PCrt'l'lItum
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as their constituents entering the haihour;
their to respective
its defenders vainly argue, its operation is and fidelity the representatives of a minoritycan which. arc as follows: Bring the Light to on>> nIL unirnpl'<'I\"cd.l01s within said city,

yet glaripgly unequal!, and it becomes effect, nothing against the antagonist bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to which unhnproved lots shall be valued ct
free to submit to its unauthorisedexactions. twenty-five dollars acre, and said taxes
people per
and the Reef in
interest which the representatives<< a ma- bear W.S.W. you cross
Much less is it to be tolerated, real estate shall be assessed such
on by
jority may be compelled by their constituents about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West per-
when it it evident that wo arc not only ar-
to enforce in utter disregard of the Light until within two miles, then steer son or persons and in such manner as the
but that the
taxed as consumers,
bitrarily Charter.The principle therefore, is desolating Mayor and Aldermen of said city shaH
inevitable result of the protectivc'system is N.W. until Fleeming'd Keywhich -
open
you |
that the Constitution is i at the discretion '
deeni cost They shall also have
tho ultimate ruin of the Southern producer is a Mangrove Island in Ihe Northern proper.

in the prostration of i>ur agricultural interest. surrendered of a to majority their ,wisdom, and must and be justice.-quietly part of the harbor, and then run for it |power and authority to enforce all laws of

Besides, except in the Parliamentary transactions The best anchorage is in the upper part of the Territory, and of. their; own body ru'gu-

There i is no solidity in the objection to of the two houses! of1 Congressourframe the harbour. Height of the Light House latiotis, the quarantine of vessels, and for
our, resistance, that others are blindly sub the preservation of the health of said city.
of government no where) recognizes from the level of tile sea, C3 feet G inches
which
mitting1 to the evils, are overwhelming the, consolidating that the will of a majority They shall have power to appoint a health ,
with Light stationary.
0I1rselve5.-
them in common shall govern. The President may be officer and such other officers as they may
This delinquency is not our justification. If Sand Key Light.-Revolving once in
elected by a minority of the people ; a majority think to Into eflect their
we arc awake to the dangers and degradation States the 54 seconds. It is the best Light on the necessary carry
of Senators representing ,
of situation it behoves us to leave miles laws and ordinances, and generally to provide -
our of whose population arc a mino coast ;-S.W. by S. 0 1-2 from Key
untried until dhallhave aggregate for the interior police and good
effort we repelled
no gov
West the Reef.
I..ight-situatcd
rity of the whole people, may reject a mea- directly on
the invasion of our liberties. The Evening sure unanimously passed by the representative The Light 70 feet above the sea. eminent of said city.
Post will therefore, exhort resistance_ of of the people in the other Houseandvice Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, Thnt so
Tortugas Ligll1-Stalionar-on one
HV, Tariff as the most prominent"which enormityof has been versa, a bare majority in the other of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the western much of the said city a* is now used and
that American System !
House reject a measure passed by the occupied by the United States for the erec
built on the ruins of the Free' System may extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 31 N.
up unanimous of tho Representatives of I
voice tion of Barracks and for other is
aqd if W. purpose
fathers 83
bequeathed us by q"ur which} Long. 10 I
the States in the Senate-The President a
the hereby declared to be\vilhout.thc. jurisdiction -
established a* the settled policy 0( country -
end cither ,the bondof smile Individual may put his veto on the AN ACT of said corporationnndnotsubject to
must, in the sever
deliberate act of both Houses ; and the Judges -
Union, or mel f down and consolidate! the of the Supreme Court, holding office To incorporate the City of Key West. any of the laws and ordinances made for

State Hovel eigntics into one limltlqss: irresponsible riot by election but by appointment, may Be it enacted by the Governor and Le- the government of the same. .

dcspo Ism. The Evening; Post set aside the concurrent enactments of gislative Council of the Territory of Florida Sec. 9. j3e it further enacted, That all
Internal as
Improvement
will oppose as an i engine of favoritism unconstitutional -, House, Senate, and President. The pow- That all the free white male inhabitants laws and ordinances of said city shall he

as a source of sectional robbery, as creak er to protect the Constitution could not of that part of the Island of Key posted up at three or more of the most

ting! a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority have been from rationally which the intrusted danger violation to the very West,comprehended within the limits prescribed (public places in said city, fit least three

taxation-it will oppose the rcchartering was apprehended. It would have been indeed by the plan of said town, now on days before they shall take effect.

of the United States' Bank, as manifestly committing the keys of the house to file in the Clerk's office in the county of Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That the

unconstitutional, and as prolonging the cxiste'pco the safe-keeping of those, distrust whom Monroe, l he and they are hereby constituted Mayor of said city shall have and exercise

of a dangerous power i'and of the it Surplus will suggested the propriety of locks.: The pow- a body politic and corporate by the I all the powers <,f a Justice of the Peace

oppose Revenue thq projected, as a disposition scheme of barefaced, er was wisely left with the several State name and style of the City of Key West ; within aid city, and "shall be entitled to

wholesale bribery, whichii! adopted;will Sovereignties thus not only was. there and by their corporate name may and be receive tho same fees in all cases ,which he
definite rule of for the
give to bppression duration. cpcxikahtwith Federal Government a ,but a powerto action ,render sued, plead and he impleaded, grant and may be called upon to determine.: .)

that of our government.A inoperative that is to nullify, their unautho receive donations, and do all other acts as Sec. Andbert'furtWrrnacted, That

zpalous). and Judicious attachment': to theUnjon rised and irregular, action.So ''I natural persons, and may purchase and the :act entitled "An act to incorporate the

prescribes tlip present as the' propercrisiiTpr far as a congeniality of views may exist hold personal, real or mixed property, and Town of Key West," pJssc4.the 3111| of

>E making stand (ort'a! determined Constitution ap uncom-.before: in relation to these principles, the Evening dispose of the same for the benefit of the Nov. 1828, (be' and the same is hereby repealed
promising c Post is to the State and that this act shall be in force
tho jarring interests of different sectionsare pledged Rights said city, and may have and use a corpo- ,
oraned.ins\ each other in Irreconcilable and. Free Trade Party;" and as the supportof rate Seal, which may be broken or altered from the first day of April next.
measures to bo clUcicnt .
must includethe
conflict:" before blinded by thus I at -
; pleasure.
of its humble aid will be
unrighteous gains( the consolidation,State zealously support contributed men. to extend the I Sec. 2. Be j it further enacted, That the KEY WEST

shall advantages--before' regard; undoubted thcjr right still: their resolve undue influence and promote the political personal advancement government of Jho sard city shall be vested SEG All IVTANUFACTC-nV,

maintain at all hazards! the tyrannous principle tq. of those statesmen who devote in a person to tIC called Mayor, and in aBoard W. II. WALL takes this opportunity of
themselves! to the good cause, which is identified of six Aldermen to be elected in
the the Public
that public opinion, or will of a informing ,that he has established
with the value of the Union
majority, tea power above! the Constitution; and honor of South Carolina.and the the manner, and by the persons, and at the A ercAu SIANUFACTOBV at Key West
and before the victim, sovereignties in min liberty Its time hereinafter directed. He imports for this the bear
warm co-operation with these will be em. purpose, very
rity, goaded beyoniVcndiiranco (unless the Sec. 3. Be it further Tobo..cco '
) barrAssed by a personal pledge to no candidate enacted, That all from Havana

risq very in as piratIopsfpribertiy desperation and ,abolish o>rtiactshall a frame of for the Presidency, or any other the free white male persons* over the ago of Segars of the best quality, and"of every

government' too much scattered\ tobe recog- office. twenty-one years, who shall 'have resided description may be had at his establishmen

uiscd a> that. for which\ they originally stipulated ? In maintaining its ground amid the con- within the limits of the said city, twelve Q:- All orders in the above line trill
flicts of it will be the aim of the Eve-
and which (inveterate sectional hatred party months previous to he dab of election,and meet the earliest attention.

shall then render: it impossible ever ning Press Post to preserve and the moderation dignity of under the who shall be citizens of the[ United States, March f831. '
by ,
courtesy
again to re-compose and re-edify. The South tho belief that the legitimate ends of news. shall have: a right to vote for a Mayor and "' .

once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, paper discussion are best subserved by firm six Aldermen; and that such election shall Loggerhead Turtle Shell
will bq satisfied with nothing but
equality ; ness without ,violence and zeal without in- be held on the first Monday iri April, in
an4| it cannot bo denied that by the Constitution THE subscribers will give a fair price
even if strictly observed the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and public each and every year, at such place as said 500 Ibi. of the above article.

; States arc placed at decided disad- acts of opponents, it will exercise right incorporation may appoint, and tho votes GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.
vai\tage. Once leagued for the resumption of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no shall be given by ballot. Key Neat June 8

of rights they will submit no longer atlytem part of its career will ever justify the suspicion Sec. 4. Bo it further enacted, That the ,
of its of the infamous
partial
oven adoption
EDWARD CHANDLER,
of indirect taxation calculated to and
Mayor Aldermen of said city shall
maxim that all is fair in
to the and politics- ATTORNEY OF THE UNITED SOUTttEHW
blind the people extent inequality STATES
meet at such times and
Thedomestic concerns of ournative State at such places,
of their burdens-and they will demandfor
will be carefully watched and the policy within the limits of said corporation as DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

equal their! to laboring that of the class laboring a representation! classes fully the advocated which shall appear best calculated they may think proper, and their meetings NO. l, ARCADE, "-

nther Stately. The required concessions for her prosperity, safe, and economical shall be public; and the Mayor and not 05-:: THOSE personS who feel disposedto

wiUbo c by those by whom, government. less than three Aldermen shall be necessary contribute towards the erection of a

% Ihe.Union ii regarded' but as a bargaiq estimated While the the Evening of the Post will be faith devotedto to form a quorum for the transaction of CHURCH upon the Island, are informedthat

by a calculation, of pecuniary profit promulgation political set business. Subscriptions will be received by the
forth in this prospectus, it will not be

and loss, and the Federal' bond will be sundered of the practical details of Commerce neglectful Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That if following gentlemen, competing the Committee -

"-' forever.: The advocacy of State and Trade, two branches industry which the Mayor or any .'Merman of said city appointed for lat purpose;

Rights is, therefore, the.' only faithful advocacy must be most beneficially affected by the shall be absent more than two months theseat lion. J.AMES WEDB' D. C' *.!( H4H, %V.

of Union. of its doctrines. Great exertions Jv""WSAo L. M, STONE, Esqrs. Drs
success of such Mayor or Alderman stall be _
conviction of
With firm this important
a > .ATEarrovsy
will be made to perfect the departments and B. B. 8yRQm EI..
truth, the Cventng Post will contend for with commercial deemed to be vacated, and an election shall !

U Liberty-tho Constitution-Union." For connected and our merchinU and tradesmen intelligence shall find be ordered to fill such vacancy, and firs J. J. MITCHELL
first the first of national blessings days public notice thereof
Liberty as shall be
the readiest attention to all their wants, and given
'; for the Constitution which, secure it the warmest gratitude for all their favors. before the said election shall take place. INFORMS trio public that lie has lots
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union Sec. C. Be it further enacted Tbat in this Town for the purpose -
it
which strengthens it against foreign ag. TERMS: shall be the duty of the of carrying on his trade as SAIL-MA
cr "ion. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country to order election Mayor of said city KER RIGGER,in all its various branch.
the compact the Union must become a Union paper, three times a week $5. an for Mayor and Alder- ?. lie occupies a Loft in the Shop of
without Liberty, and the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted at the usual rales. men, at least ten d'\ previous to the tune Mr. Atkins.KeyWestNov..

of subjugation from abroad is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, 183J. hereinbefore prescribed for their annual o-
a, 1B31. JO ,tfi.