Key West gazette
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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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THe GAZETTE: *"'; London, Feb. 20. 'tho'theist; Among 'other'tblngs, ,a 'grcnt c -Hamburgh papers, Feb.' 14. .

J:1)lrtri'lfla: .,' ". Wo understand that the tcmcdialmcu. number of houses, either infectious ; from Vienna state that a danger*'
B. B. STn9n. ure for the extinction of tithe in Ireland their condition or impeding CC'Q hag broken out in,dilVcrcnt dis
f And published .biiwetery 'Wtdn'csday, ,is intended to bo or"tho, 'following kind.- lation of the air, had been bought,and, Galicfa, which ]has attacked 10,000
TUOJI'N Tithe is to. be commuted, i into iJ I land-tax, ed down. .'t. *;.:.citizens, pcaasanis and sol
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? _to collected, bJthoqO\' rpp,1c\1t} \ collector, In-the Chamber Deputies, Feb. It is attributed partly to distress; to
B 7,${ e-annum. payable' in and taV-galherers, witli} the barony cess and, the budget of public worship \being> ults of tho severe'system adopted a*
ad'ffia: r- ., -s < ".0- other PUllljc..tax The produce is (9 be consideration, an 'thft entrance of the Poles,and of tho
f F i '''';:, :--Advertisements" inserted at one dollar paid< t' per square for tlio first insertion, and fifty present incumbencies! power being reserved ops r-a follows r; ,.' ,Em crpr has sent by> express 10
1 cents for every succeeding" time, till ordered t to the Parliament\ and. tho Governmentto ? Archbishop of Paris, 25,000f .
to be tlJ1thcGREECE ,
, stopped..' .""" 'J alter the allotment_ and appropriation of 50,0000; lUirtcen Archbishops ,at ,
,- T 11 1 -_ -. .4: it. in-future.- "' "' ** ,, 'each-t5,00 instead of 325,000; Londonhcb.18.,
'OETY.iOi' <, "London, Feb.. 21. six Bishops at IQ.OOOf each' -660,000; )yestcrcay'the declaration
J I -# .' >_ In the committee last night, after a long stead of 990OOOf-itThus: ,making u conference, relative to the no-
-Tho' following is (from tho Edinburgh" Literary conversation on justness of Lt. Drum-; of 080,000. instead 'oft( I,365OOQf, ( 'of German Prince for file'clown
Journal (Sir Walter Scott's paper) of mond's principle of calculation) 62 out of ing p saving Q! 48 ..000 y'' wo stated that the five 'Great
Saturday,'which Vouches for its b'avioi.beeri 56 boroughs in so licdulc A,-wereVCPl'; ,a- : G&llignan\ Mcsenger says:' : were engaged in tho question..
written "by the noble author. some years, 'ray with a dCcisionniid dispatch due .to ancsts arojsakl ,to Jjayo,taken place on) not technically correct-only three
*?9. **. such old and incorrigible:. oirendera. ;: day eveiing,1 instV.i in diQercnt (Grcat-Ilritain France and, Rus-,
,HYMN.11' W ; : London, Feb\22. of Paris, and on the 'Pont r{euf. .<' direct parties to the, Greek' confer:
." \ LOUD,CHANCELLOR BROUGHAM. Thathediseasewhkhtias visited'Eng" thorities, seem to have apprehended nd they only will ,be responsible to
There' Is a God! all nature cres: land is real Asiatic.Cbolera,4villbgtlented: movement. on Saturday,, but no w Sovereign; but uo understand,
(Athousind: tongues proclaim only by half-educaled or conceitedapothe-' occurred:", t., f and Prussia: havo, :'Hcen indi--
His arm "almighty+, Mind all wise, v caries, who have never;: ;seen .a, 0ttc.'of: .!cnl 'I" ;The 'Temps ; ,\ |tt is reported : \ ,to the arrangement' and that all
And' bid path voice in chorus rise. cholera There,is no more identity between Marshal Iohtor'\\s to go as Amha, : ,Powers arc animnt d with the same
,," ., To magnify his. name! Asiatic cholera and ttrit'lslf Cholera, than .'St. Petersburg! the Duke do \ ',
Thy name, great Nature's. .Sire. divine, there is between small pox and typhus fever;* \having declined rcturni ; **thither. : young Prince selected by tho Can-
., Assiduous we adore; ,and'of this the most ignorant man jQ'medical 'also ascertained thai Count' i is; Onto, Second Son of tho Kini*,.
nejecting'go'diie'ads';; at wbose shrine matter'iwouldbe.convincetl if heGTO t01Q; tho : ', ;
nations bloodand wine ; tieCv.Ambassador to r ssc1s. Ho is a:voung man of excel
Benighted"In'al"libations ,' : at thebed, -side of tlIC1'cSpcctu'c sufferers'; The Messenger des Chambrcs, a min\ tcr,and of good acquiYcmcntSi
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ionc'o worldinboMu pour. but that tliisAsjaJc'! [! cholera j in En J.and's'' rial )paper, hints some doubt on"Hie | ,bo i ie| seventeen years of' age,
ntl ; i)' .paccr 'ap st..requtiing: i Boards of.Health'. and .nonce; of, European' j peace, from the ) Great powers alluded,to will}) pro
,Myriads of, miles each hour
... .A"> ;Their mighty orbs as,cunoui trace< Quarnnline Regulations, is by no means of I 'obstinacy of.' the King !Holland m'' } cqcji} a ..Councillor to assist him
As tho blue circle studs the face: so easy demonstration.! OaLthe contrary, iiwto, sign 'IEfLPnP' Trcnty.om \' of Greece, until ho shall
.*: ;: '3. tf that, cnamcll'd: flower. !' .' it is disease infinitely less dangerous, in-.. disturbances,;I ad taken. : his majority ->
'Put) Thou,too, mad'st'tLai floweret /.finUely'rri9"re limited in its ravages, than I'erigncux, Perpigi1an, and tlio vnU .TURKEY AND EQYPT. r ,
H .To glitter the dawn;;. ';'''; ; ;"gay rnost,of the' diseases, hitherto common to the' Esonne! ; (Upper, Pyre:ices,) but +ino : of the;'7th Inst. was received cs-
'. The hand that fired tbql mp, of day- country.. It. is.. ,.of& hundredth part) Fri very serious.' They.are ,)ascribed to from,Trieste, which{ quotes advices.
The blazing omoUauncbed away, i prevalent,;'even ;at this;mpuH'nt, ns typhus spirit and political di <8enons.., l*' tq ti'nut)lo! so rcccnt-ns;the 23rd
,'* ..Painted. "the velvet lawn. : fever or small xit: notvhalf: sb great a "'On\ "digging ihqfouudations! ; ;of a.ne that the disturbauces I iu that'ca-

.- !"As falls a sparrow to the ground,. '''j ,: calamity as our national pl lagucaue pulmonary i vexed market at MentzJ; .several '\ ( rendered it necessary touring for-
}Obedient totby.will," consumption; and 'it is clearly (proved men with" chains! jouind'theifeot: Ji ,fi'Ufu :Adrianople.i HI' ,. '
By tbeBa.>mo.law those glp'bes'Y jeel round" ,' tharexcept 'under, very.extraordinary! 'circumstances and necks,'were- found '12 or, 15 feet from E'gypt'of, :'Dec. 4, :says,-
Each drawing each, yet all still found *, it is nevcr'.CQntngious: ; T ground 'T.hcy apearlo| have been \ 'bf Egypt has imagined, qr ra-,
In one' eternal system bound. The remaining! borougisfoutinescled, ,alive into niches; w iicb.weroafterwards! ntJnentiJl, has given hm) the
'....... One order to""fulfil..* 'ule-: A. were disposed of'lnstDlghtt' after q,' 'cd up.; This;punishmcnt vai hot' ;' ; f possessing himself of {Tripoli and

t- stout but} j incflectua,! struggle, first,for ':Applcby -' : mon. Jnjcligious( establishments. during ". Ho'isorganizing; ah army.which
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f.\\' "FOREIGN' : ; and afterwards ip" substitute, :MhJ-i' middle ages.. "* '" : 'ti's I for(tho,first,of these States, and
** :; ,\ *: .. hurst for. 'Amersham. Sir R. Peel' vith-| ;,? Paris, 'eb.I:) i. is to.betuder the command of a ne
",:' r .'M. ; NEW-YORK, Marcjj( 30. great adroitness, threw ut--a hint respect'ing ? fi. dog] 1d'9.8.qrcid t took place last'ni : .1 the reigning ,Pacha of 'rVipbli,

i ,LATEST, FROM EUROPE. the,creation,of l ccvhJ h was as adrpitly -.. JNI Escousse; already known'in .ihb been,fi ft ech years. a 'refugee' in E-:
About ,7 ojclpcfc: ,las t:pvemng, our hews evaded by Mr. Stanley, but wecon; .rary world by his.'drama of '-}\ I The,troops destined'1 ,for Tunis will
schooner' Evenipg Edition ,came up.from: ., teas fliat; wo siiould,'bavo been better: pjeascd ] suifocatcd.. 'htmseif.wttli 11. Lcbras.,, : I : ecJ by') .MustapltaWoldyoaness'!
'(he":p'ackctslJip' York, Captain, Bursley, had the\i\Ilnistersinsicad of'displayingtheir former wAs not.weniya d the lat'tca said to ,be the ]Presumptive! lieir'of
Bringing U3f London pap is to the eveningnl skill, met The: :question boldly and 'Uercidcdly. l ly sixteen fl1rs' of ag o.' --The two : unny. and: who.: ,has, been;residing,
\ F eb.:'22nd! .' and, Liverpool:to the ,24th' ., Having .carte blanche from the 'men 'were united, by the'closest $f. for J ih Q ttcn'lea.z :
inclush';' ..:.".... :.: (. '' .+ ; .King i to create as many Peers are'necessary :; 1 friendship; and;bgtli' were:of ntme.lQ wit"t,' ''' .
The dates ira five days ti later from Lon to secure the" success of the bill,, why turn.of: n9; they fol1.cqmp'l i hies : \ ILL ri -
don: and eight from Liverpool], than the "dp they not avoW "their.power'and Their in- miseries of the world;and,!taljied'of ; US' .

previous! accounts. The. York Bailed; from ttntions in such an emphatic' mailer Ii'S' to.' cessityofquittipglt, Yesterday r DIFF'VUL1'IES. ,,
Liverpool at 4.0'o'clock'the'morning.Among : ,cut off tbjia hopes 3ind atalyzeth<< exertions s se \vr te, the:following. 'note i to : to poverty, delinquent subscriber, "
o the passengers our f J1o v-Git';'-,, of'their no.w. 'confident" and. Active opponents "I'shall expect you""at balfpa. $'II1>'.; i : \\'hlhmost editprs= are sub- ,
zen:.MfVG, B..'Raymond, wl9.! went out to ?. --t. gf f Tulle curtain will be ra15cd; tor1fi ::- nd reatest'4ifli&ilty i isJ pl loose'the
Europe"'\in ;pursuit of .thettolen jewels of, A return of the 'ngmhier .of newspaper"sheetsand "will length arrive at tie de o em ; f For so IJreid is the'v&1 "ie\j9tp: b-'
..the, : Princess pf Orangeman ente3rprize.which I : ,othel8i i stamped,p s did' "The: young Lebrns.arriv'cd"at the nlcdngth! t.hac tboconductot. .
kit ,bjren pro.wmki l wijjtf.jhp! ; :;most perfect, tributed through the jGeneral:'Post-Office to: tit4 the:charcoal was ignited, and, the riodical-paper as'-many,heada.and oa
ticpesB;!' lie It the bearer of :jdespatch'es.\ :various f places.in- ,.tlio! Unit d ing .during friends expired together' ," pens :as his paper' has 'readers-hri:
f o.our gVvernmeni! and also 'to Chevalier ,the'year 1830,'so' far:as the same cart bON PEDRO'S EXPebitiON. { hope 'ff? ,please, all; for tlier' .
:,4Huyens, the Dutch Ambassador at Washington ; be made out, ili,9 S ',qQO,_ The account : London, Feb. please themselves/''Does he ,epea ;

: ; \ I t; : >" Can only be:furnished as regards. newspa -. : Yesterday tho loan of !/2,000,000, : language" plainfan'd) : !ample? .it-js;
Refortiia3illwas 'scftfiom'tOl\ d >>
\ ;The ,making f rapid<< pjoJgrpss -. I. pers l1. a "I' : ling,commenced at London by nplaceJ 'fhatiste of(;the learn
..:: in.vheIJouse j :joC tCrf&Mtans, ,and 'c't" : '\ Liverpool iFcb. ,241 I ,cardojfor,' the Riegcncy of Portugal, n<< .gratified it is fit only for thevuL, '..
was expectccLteapas&'ihrtlirce( } or'four days The"Reforrni.LsdI-is i \ mocceding with a sued'at, 46tvas.lronght 'forward upoii Ho .aspiro elegance? ,tbe '
:' TJie: Cholera I :athpugU) .ten da s had .elapsed some\Vlul accelerated pace.. 'through .the, .: Paris Stock Exchange at 4 8 pejr cent} cannot understand,. and the .
since it firjj made) its-a. ppe aTJratey Ilousy ftCommo s; and in our It Fxt.publicution'iiro = ,bonds bear Interest at fij rpenti .. 'regard' litt' *. a pedantic.'fellow! ,
London, numbered Amf 46 :cases tmd :28 shall-'probabl yhave.lo'congtka.! TheJournal.diiHavreoftlie'lGth"that 'i la.rytta lie luG no real pretentious
., dSaths,'in a populat' iQr.'i;fiOOOOfNpr. Mate! our readers; and' t))q. country-On the DonPilro's"eeukdroriY'Itas: been lli 5/ew!/ Wl; corer,avid boldly
were its ra \ageyinvotheYrwTJjSofjhe| '.King. third reading. ",this mordern. magna chart at.seat c.hn Row rd8 *
.i j f en rocc the for_hls J ,ground? ho is too sovery.,
dom! so'extensive aijiadb' en nelly J :anticipated. ;: v.vtho liberties of Britain. ;7; v .During the.stay of D n.'Pi4ro in P hidejiirosolf; beneath a tnass,of c-
-Many piaces'yvhtr ,i li,:J.t?"; ,l :.By:thq.Hjbernia' accoi'nis, are ,reccivcd, hoi:feCtliv, thfi'.o1t orII' Polisn lJgi., J matter? ho IS temporizing liypo-
.. yailedlto, ,some 'extent'. W rJ' iO!(, .entirely"Tree ,' I f that: ,the Senate have not,confirmedthenotpination M?),;expedition against the Usurper.# It ; f he publishes extracJs tbadro.bcUer
from itf '. if4" z: ; 1f1.Andrew Jackson of Martin. beenaccepted: ) ariH artamgements t "are can write, ho has no talents of lilt '
The royal .assent iv' tddthe,Rrig Van. Buren as.Minister!to: London. ing for the conveyance about thirty : I display, and if he fills his nano with; ,,

list and.Scotch. Cholera-prevention. ,. bills....... .- ... In consequence of;the long quarantine !l lish! ofHcere and several. .hundred,:P IVI1. : :, ?matter,.ho Jliglit"havegivcn some .
tiie OOtl. ,, ",\r-0..>. ?' .... imi>osodjppon London vessels in various Terciera_ f *' .....- >"* .. : tter from ,the works of other. If
,.. t countries the ,intercut ""- ;fP'" !
: Bristol *, shipping was for the .d" y' :1.
; Pe1Z'1 ,ji" w .."' ... .... L : .. &Alnuo.pJ Feb." )()t".o'philosophize, it is dullpnd.
At Fl.
Tbe idau'apense ,the .
Homo Seciearyxis "
; -Antwerl %
a a co- .. "GE MANY, sti i( wriJe oh
""tf4P ic j and ? { r.1aiQf4 \
ded to rtre' \yishes i ,of; the inhabitants!! of ;;'quarantine extends Id-40days.Not'av 3.sel -' TJiQ passage'It .of the Poles ,through subjects, cvgrf, body; khe.w tine\
.. Bristol\ 1,*an'djjafier( ,. ng delay, has decided} ;saya p-.e.'riiDes, will venture to clear, .many has roused the sympathy of the : Bpjajie aftcmpt to instruct?
:that an inquiry shall Ix instituted! into the out for SpJin'Portugaloranvof.the ports thusiastic : hp
youth titan extraordinary to.b. trucfed, Doos { |
conduct of.,thc Magistrates on,the tneinorable .of thndlediterianeanitil they ;what pdpulaf disturbances flU e be l'cx h r"-$" ei4t,t i/i light and to-usp >
W9. / trifling ,
days of.the outrages, the 29th, Otlr and regtllalisns are Lobe adotitedrag they'eapect d t1' renpLiceS', particularly at generally:-
to aroy&pij.otlcing praised,,,
them I.c of the :
3 1st October last most rigid kind
Wjsbaden 4kc. which he,9Jdieij
.Ii. w would <
air suppo ib .ihia might satisfy
DON= PJ" EXPEDITION.. : and prefer.keeping the&ve ieU with theircargoes wit" tljo crowd 3nahquting Iprf "Li But J ref editor, the '
jn expedient
I ?ORi'O': :I;ondonl:" b. 1 0. { at 'I moto. tbe, encountering. this,J* !rid Uie Poles." This spirit leelpS. to. ill sq ', try hsnyatake.. For,.
danger, .
:Yeaterday tl o1 C4,000000; 9 ferl. / crease as 'the columns of the exileai
tnt no one will
ing, commenced at' London_by'Blessrsu ltiardoj ,.: > ; I RANG.rr' .I' through the cast of France by.Lyons ..
for the Regency'of Portugal, and if !,. ,,y r decree -or-tbc; King' dated Fjeb. I8lli, vignon, their districU:' 'On the 15th .. nIl"iising, m, others and'evcr1." 'Moat Je
sued at*4 8..wa? brought forward '.!lp<<;>n'thfarts "."extends the; quarantine upon ''vessels roin i J(3th, the populace pf JLyohs tnci by e ._ n e ring their'neighbors.
Stock Exchange, I,8! ,per cent 4T he all/ places between Ranisg t..and Yarmduth,- lumnsj and. the :
Pojes a bjngttet d
gjvd L but if ; to point out
j attempt
'nude- bear.interest at 5"per cent, from Dec. frpm fire da s (as it .before .F'rOf11 places between every
1"I83L. dais : Ramsgate and
; ing them
Pdrtsmoujb during jhc night.thoy;; ,! (find something applicable to J IrDe
not the
Havre the 16Ui ; including fatter, 6
Journal pf states
'f" The v. 'Hamburgh, F eb. .hero ,again., you encounter the ha-
thafton ?edro', squadron hw been> spoken at most, aria 3 at least. From, all pther The churched pf Jlamburgh were the whole mass Every
the person Cart
towards the Cana. ports in United ;Kingdom! vessels ,to
at proceeding day unable to co'nta/n the multitude '
sea, conhnue.subject the regulation of ? ,'holy to conduct a paper to please
jjo- thronged to offer their tban but 6f '
r fl up courte tp-oflend, ebrj
jru5llle: stay of, Don Pedro in Paris, tents nctle. .P spat<;hes and papers from God he received tbeofTer. of a.Poliah Legion;; for London and Vicinity, on arriving at any malady wit .which; the'city was for n but form editor, to,
Iii expedition against the Usurper, It has port in Francpt |o bp pierced and passed. foist months vJBifod. The ringing of if he can, and hazard. the conse-please
through vinegar orva fumigation
been accepted, and arrangements are ma- the firing of arjillenr, and the ,presence If, ho does this, lie'will.be cer
king for the conveyance of about thirty Polish .tics. throngs of cheerful visfte on the satisfy one, which is more than Iw
officers and; cetera!' hundred privates to At Paris a multitude of precautions )JIteeirtaken tutd parts, gave an, air of festivity tu the it lie tries to please, all\\.-Vplnd
'r.tceira. to prevent the introduction of such as we have not for many years -


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.' 1 !'I olloty ;I i ifits, and its fhinelias ''CoMmhtt fa arc
,: 'Pt'number of i t Ie a 'II; s mid. I'll dQ, as 111 :r in
S "Herekiali Broacbriui was ain fat q:usker: bring throe safe t!
trio hate of New-JerscyJ wlio sold rnoles .' was pretty well: l., convinced by _<
''' Codfish,'coffee,china and earthenware, this time that his own ability would never The Charleston Gfotiriet3o7th. March D r

, cloths, and all sorts of liquors. We like fetch him out, where fuse humbly reaching says--'A-pDlicati6n| been ade- tot; e::1 1 1 Brats Wj.cst"CD a':"c", r I

; the Quakers very ranch, who are Quakers his hand to Dorcas, 'he said-"Verily: sister Post Master Cfenerftl lj by. sii dt1.Ji'ercJ9'! lar.r\a .. j 1

t- indeed, as yell as name; but Uezckiah was I will accept thy aid, inasmuch as my own of Baltimore, praying*the: establishment of ,1.4J.. >ro\vne(1.( /,Mr 1
a Hickory Quaker lie was somewhat of ability halh grievously deceived,me." i 1 'F fC.fiinuto..,
" an.old bachelor and who was ar gular! line o(Post communication, .between i ,F vcrr1'1iTrh rn tenth 1
; : ; baij a sister Dorcas kindly. J JerU her.assistancc, and ,, ;
somewhat old maiJ.flut Key West and flaunt,., In answer, glandular',Dise sc,
an tel'c. was pulling vigorously,tJCzck h t.i Length came 1
the best creature alive; straight as a ccandle,1 to land. Shaking off .the mud, and water lhevP. M.'Ccncral l expr ssfta a, willingness >ln1empc arr"'c a

blooming as a rose, and smiling as charity. like a spaniel, he returned home; but charged to com t1. with the-request, but conceived 5 Tctanus Visceral-Disease, ,:,J\i+ i .

Her name: was Dorcas., "iiissister, by tie way;never' to mention the expense attending.the, employment of. -' I "".'" -; y

Hezckiah and Dorcas Walked 'OI t':oJJe how he came to his catastrophe. )orcas packe ivoi-l l be too heavy upon the Department < *-Total number.'of deaths\ -21
Sunday afternoon, in the blooming: .month promised of course; and a* she was ;a:. girl -he h9.*. ct has submitted to the 'Ia .this numberAre' inc1udci ''all ",

of May, to.breathe. the fresh air and view, Ih9 of truth and kind feelings, she was as good Treasury Department! tjip .emptoyment! of \ who died on the Island, or in, the harbor persons-: i
meadows. The walking as her word. But "bnrc or.twice whenthey
obstructions one or two revenue cutters, by_ rwtchMarts, Tb'cre wcrd 13 residents and 0
delighful, with no manner oc. 'were in company..witb sundry other Quakersdiscanrsip nonresidents
might be transported oncq or t vjce a l1 nthJ ; 16 diiits 'and 3, children Vridcr'c
except here and;there_ditch full. of water; ,eo y about,waiters and } 7
spanned by few bridges; and too wide "for, things; DorcasTbokihg. archly at another ,between Mobile and Havana, ,tou! htng at, ,,'years! .10 mates ari'd< *3 fem".,leT;"'!? whiles

any man of ordinary, jumping capacity,.Ito girl, merely l said-<< "Did I e\-t't tell thee Ita- 'Key \Vc t.going and "..cproing. A, better and 4 'coloured.- .'.,... ": '
cross at a single bound., ,DutJEIezekiah. valued she), how'LrotherJie'ckiali one Sunday" plan, and one which wolitd., certainly, !be i *' '

hiinaclf. asa fat people,commonly,do?, ,. Hczektali tattled art embarrassed and im- much more useful and Economical, we should *'CQntr tcd in the; :Savannah River; tk

oil his agility; and instead( walking a few p) ring look towards hteT;and she said- suppose, would, .bo the employment of the patient 91 d.a'ft r being one! day in port.

additional rods for the-,sake of a bridge,.. "Nay nags, .UCckiah; l!riL not' going to fishing smacks'trhith:; arc, running' almost being t Contracted 3 days in port.fit Magnolia;.and died after
I needs'leap every ditch I he came to. tcU-but ifJ told *V -i%<*-' '. ..
Dust merely'd-ttsk; ; aelcr had Havana ". '
daily between Jc1V cst and to _._..il. __,
; N,"Thee'd better not try Hl1tI1ezekiah! ; ," how dice shewed ;thyagility. one Sunday, take the mails ;croslI."
' said his kind and considerate- sister*. ""and jumped in the middle of a ditch!t" c.f n RESptJitn I ,NCE.. ,

''"Never thee mind, Dorcas," returned -:--- ,' Ifan arrangement could "be made with the s .. L ,.ti= --'-- '- v. .
Hczckiah; "there's no danger, IVe jumped l;>om the National Intelligencer., Spanish Government, 'an-exchange;of Extract of a Letter,.dated' Charleston A-
many a. bigger ditch' when was'nt half} The United! :'Slates. Schr. Erpcrimcnt Mills, tbis,might be 'a- feasibfo and good pill 6t11, 1832. .
my present size.." ... launched atihe Yard of this I have sent you bytM' vessel several files
was Navy : Cityon I i plan-othci (vise, it would. be the most ex*
"All thai is But recollect of newspapers, many of.wliiclwy'au will find
very likely. %Vcdnesday'iast. As this vessel is, we pensive whicli could,bo undertaken., interesting. I would :
Hezckiah, thee'a grown exceedingly pursysince understand, built on a:new principle, we particularly draw
: -.e>-' your attention i to tho/proccedirigs:: ) of Congress
thee man. -
was a young give thc following description of her: con.. 'contained fri
= tIle .tho papers of the
Schr. Wm.
Ross returned present
"Pursy! Well, if I have, :That is ho.rea- ilru'clion: on Saturday week: Tbe.. Majority in. Congress
son why 1 should not be as agile, as before. Description bf the Schooner Experiment; 21sfinstfromlhe: :wreck of chr. William determined; to treat ,all our petitions appear and '

I tell thc, Dorcas, I can, jump tho,-ditch built :under the sanction. or. the, Navy & Fr dc:rlp, ,.ljyingjngaload'of lumber memorials,with'their wontedIndifferenceThe ,

without so much'as touching.H finger." Commissioners, on the new system,of naval =' :and the rigging :and'-spar: $ :'bf,lhat-vessel.. public mind here,has been,wrought up

bottom""Thce's"Ay, but theo'll touch, thy feet to thc... architecture 'at. Washington Navy The,,whole was sold at.aucjlorj: :.in'J,. by ''agrcementCarter duction to-tbo'.highest into possible the 'Senate! pitch,of,by.tliOiniroi',tic! United! _

,Yard;ty William Ajmesly. ,, :, t cent. saliago was 1):ad to Stales
by tho Committee on)Manufactures
but a,awoman, Dorcas; and thy This vessel is 90,fet" ,6 inches in length, ,tho.torcckefs., The sufn 'total of,.tlio .safe "of abill to abolish the, duties on, nil articles,
fears magnify this narrow ditch, even to a upon deck, 23,foot \ ihclAd.Ut3ide.t, width, was : tt6tmahufac't red.in 'this connt
$630 the receive .
Now thee '' consequ,!ntlf. salvor.will r -thereby
stand I
may .
arid 0 feet 2 inches-entire ilcpth Bf.hold. the ;
.I $318VMcbs little compelling people? of the; South 't6 contribute -
enough, }king .
have fiill'sweepaccording to ray Liliti, <<;s. A kelson is laid on fonr blocks; J0 which into ; more*, thj,fi thr'ec-f9urtbs: towards
"Nav, brother Hezchiah, thee'd better are' attached her fore arid ;aft nioulds.. : consideration theic.rislj'and; labor.. raising the rcyemie or tlie country and.cs- -

not. Tho ditch, is wjdeand theibottom Athwart her1 kelson is set" up thc'-\'ertical .- '!_ ., tablishing,beyond a doubt the fact for wliicfi

muddy;} cc'd, assuredly' spoil thy, Sunday' moulds; on_ 1 laced the rail entirely ;. .. WUAT Nix-0q: Saturday! ,, morning, we'have'so' long,been contendyrig! ;:,that the

clglhes, i If no worse.' '. .Jf'i" sf' l round iii'two course 2-inch oak plank the.21st instant,'(he effigy .of a.r'nan was.: suspended 'Tariir'not: of of 28 was one of -protection, ," and

"A'fudgo for thy fears, girl; theysli3lJ Tlie first: 'Cqureo; of Tore'aiid aft plank is by tIle,,neck from the rigging of.a" ,f' This revenue.usurpation of at* the e&pcnso,

not stay me a Jot. Nay, do notj6d; } | me* ;, 1 1-8 i rich oakjtlieeilges of which are pay- vessel Jying: jn the;,iarbor.. ., The exhibition of every principle of power common justicein
resolved ...
toil am to jump this dit4hf' ; ; it ed with grou'lld..whi: lead"and oil. Onthis ( total violation '
convince ? ) appeared jpexcite; much wonder and astonishmeht the very spirit or the Con-
tvero merely: to, .' thce,' ortmyDgih+ -': ;- course paper isja'ckcdi_ ;'and well 01100.Thcsccondc.onrsc : with thovllo- did} uot' understandits stitution, will bo promptly resisted on the
ty", is tj'ans'.ejsfQ3' inch part of South Carolina, (followed no doubt
Accordingly Hezekiali went back a few oak", passing entirely -round her bottoin} meaning:;; A report,,was circulated, IhaVa by the other Sotitbern Stales), by applying! ,

yards, in order that he might have a fair froni rail.to rail I ,on this c'o ltrS 0 js* :.man.who' .btd enterod.the, cabin window the "rightful' rciriedy't'"pf' Nullification--
run; and., that ,the Impulio;thereof'might ) and ; ( paper of the vessel t ttit t 'lon5ous.intenthad been which, by tlijC iyc"is s becorrimg.very popular .
pasted: freely.pUed.v _Thethn/d: course ,
carry him;: over. Having ;"retreated'far -Q' ; fore and aft is,I 1 41 inch bolt plank, having calight and hung; 'by the crew;-"one poor' and in-everypart J fnWit'ad3( in of pflpic/of the Southern the Northern States,

hough, he came forward with a ho'ncntuinproportionc4.to ,each.edgo painted' os.thejirat;<< ; and themwedged ,, credulous fellow: who. 'beard' and -believed,.' States atsoj; for .although the Slate of Mas-
his weight'and his velocity ; with'poplar, each wedge being dip- this tale, wont about with--hands ahd 'eyes sachusetts.lools upon South Carolina nullification

; and, found' himself the middle of the 'pedjrivvl te!lead and 'oil before driving-. upUQjCil, exclaiming- "Goott" ,GcAli t ,whit of'an unconstitutional of Congress -
ditch The ,w t splashed 'round"on1 ally this course then shjoothly planed oil; pa- sOrt of a country iR this rbavecomp in'lo- :; as treasonable! -:-vet;;,:sbe.t has discovered -
' fides, and Bespattered .the Sunday-'clothes r oiled .tho and that thQ United States Javp"no right tu
of, Dorcaivyh6.cquld not W tit;, all' .Iicr4 fourth licrcd.and.athwart. ,course as: ,the preceding same. us, tho soqond. where,."a maD' is tucked up, with' .so.little' /, .ceremony :.cede lands, belonging raid: to lies.!to tho'Oritish"Cov4ninent !
"Quaker 'and 'kind". % :, ; Iias4tberefore-by
t '
sobriety' feeling; help ., "' "' means
<< '. ,.. f wa' > -of her Legislature (not byja'cohvenlion of
bunt ti ing into a. loud laugh. "TJcra.wa3, arid This gratifying spectacle gtlrup" by
.The.Sth ', cours<*,>sof, 1 J'2inch the people as we propose) nullified tbo tVca-
IIc/ckiahshe\mg: hi .,,agih ", and' tioundvering"iii..tlre ," 'oak plankf: tho edges paihteawedged: : some Spa'hfshjQr Portiigueso.. fishermen, ,and ty entered into on tho partof the United

mud|, like a,)whaJo TliQjwatcr ,and.smoothed,03,the Sid.( -The'moulds being ; the! ctUgy was,intended to represent Judas States with Gwat'.Brilain: grantiog to tlics
was"not so deep* ns tOI.+ be.dangerous; ; removed, thb tuner or 1st course is nailed Iscafibf. Iris a ,Usage of.Catholic countries latter certain lands Jying in Canada,on tile
and tho'sceno ,Was top !trews, \iblycoiniwy: centre borders of the tate" of M i Vbich land
and wedged; Tlio! (or core) .of .to slispe'ftd'lhese.'enigics'atthrs, ,'sea'son ,)
for.'even a-saint to abstain from liastfor
: laughing some limp back been under
th mlain-liBcr'cons5stfof 8 courses: ol pine'.tifabcr'placed of the ar as'objpctySof ,and :
ye ipfatny : '
though on the Lord's day. ; artd tyfc' case.wak finally settled by'a',refer-
:At,length,whei\, her" .risibility\ would allow lotigitudinally'inakrng! ,2 feet; 'station; and :,'prob 1l1y tnmdrcd's, if not : ence ..df'said-claim, to the jHrig ofithig Nc-'
f '6 incho- iil.- depth -l'lao first course is":: thousands ef.ttennvero in 'ilavana thei lands as'umpirtf' wh'ogave tbv
her the,power of speech, Ddrcas kindly ,. ._ exhibited ,it against
screw-bollbd through the bottom act&kelson tnat 'his United States:; ThisJ 1 would, call an'cx
held her on day, a barbarous, custom -
but hands ,as ,she stood rodfrom.tbo' .
a '
/ ) course inch is then treme case whereas is *
an upright Juf : pine ?; ours note asTaVaf
bank and .said "more honored in .
"Come than the ot)
: hitherbrothenltezekiab the.lireach -
'Iald.on each side of her :kecl. TJie stern' .rtgards our right. of'action by.mVah.6of: : in
,'and,I'll help thco:out.." scrvance;" it mtnisters food iqthe ,,
post passesthrough"tle body of the vessel : vvorst,appetite > tcrpo'Sirig"the'. fpvercignty, oftLe'State'INTSttlGBNCE. !; -
"Well! wclir returned.tbe i. -
and passTonsVf
; ilounderey; our natilre,,is fcntcu-
,at the counter having a ;rebate to receive a I' = = '==-==:::.. .!'F :)
i in tone 'of vexation."thee does well;;jbor- latcd to-excite' detestation: i bt the 'individual
fore and aft course of 1 1.4 inch oak plank : MARINEt ,
J -o ;
sits, to stand .there and laugh at, me:1.03 or. each side of the.keel. "The.steiii ojcutvatct ; rather than abhorrence of Ids' crime, : :

. tnougli U. were mere sport to ;stick in trio. ,\ :: hasirebate als6-6n., cact'side: torecelve and is mote likely 'ikr't o'fdenthe"heart .1'. : ..... ". .
xnud?' and:,water uptomyvery middlel'J" }1., the fore:and aft'planking of thakeel. ..nd'at J the icnsil>ilttJ s, 'of 'Ltso."ii'' V'Vi' 'M1 J. < :
Ilezekial thea' has'
Nay/jriay shewn
Two fillets are attached to.her bottom forming practice it than to'subserve
,tby' ugilityiso' marvellously thai I could*I ; the intefcsts of
' a groove of.3 iii Ji 8f.irid.fjrlaJ :wedg=;, religion\ ad morality ;Ot1IR ;
Vvhilst ;
:ipihclpboing! pleased,.fortho1ifaof5neVarid ; cd.to givdaddiUohal slecBfttyjo" U united Climtianity,- !iqf; .LA'I'. .
) I now, take shame'*to myself for having- e It teaches ISO avoid arid .despise the evil ., ** .....'.." .' .< *- C ..
wood. Oii ticr bottom i 7 feet ijit < : =i 'v "v
at t.
dead<< /
opposed'tfieo' so strenuously or' fdr having J1; deeds "of Micke4 men, also, teaches 'good '- *f:A.JPr,11.19' "IIrlloAer; i'401)ushnall J, NorfolksbingTe -
rfomher arc 2 isidp
l iHi\kc'cI, placed .' will and ,' ",,flour kc.to',AvBrow-rib; :
a ainglo moment doubtedulny-'capaclty fof' keels charity to.
: !: 45 hart long 15 inches deep unU G altnleniridetcsting1thecrtmeg 11 Sebr William
: Ross, front Creole of AVilxllam :-
'jumping..fut if ;tb i' ,; sire
< / tisfied"'wit1llthy inches vwe not forbid to pity the sorrtiwaad'sutfPtjagshgweterwell i -
thick,upright and IFalfelJo her ecu- : & FredericK. lumber''tb\V. F. 'English1k.C'o
exploit, rAnd is\tcady/to come rortb; 1'111, Ire "c.e1. *.- *; /; / ( ; melted) oven ; .: ;' ;- '
lend thco'a hand to help thifd out" '; '?" Her deck clamps consist i.il. of two course of a Judas. U,isnotcnougVthat Judas Iscariot **-. Slooj' 'vzrzzi'Z-2-mfjri.-'it, UP' tQrtJe. to may

Thus Faying, Dorcas11 drew near ,to theodgo.of ', of 1'' !-!'Inch oak plank all found'J2 inches : ;stung with rCmohosbould< tho ditch; but "llczekiali, Jinvinggot (; : bound
. ifcfpt: U hcrpenings to cirify iii \ sfibold
himself by :his"own unaided ( : be,com I'to"" !.aJac lcola. 1Scb <" '
,d Iiroo'ho"\VouM'Iet-JJimtlf out power in tho tti'combuibgs) arp placet) 2uino planks, dcmned 'to "tl o gnawing of ihaf;worniwhichdieth i J. ;! %V1 alo.WolfeCLarleston.Q .. .,

, (Sahib! way,' But tho'inud was deep and ad*, athwart.oa.cacli') side, of 2 intaie yiidcTtin not" !'- .but* i in 9rd rio cap 'th. : 5cbr. Florists:, Hooke;.Reef.ballast,to F.
in with the deck clamps There Browne
A. .
iicsive and fast, Lo Jot climax, and as it 0 :- r"" Jo:
; as as got one foot out, .; arc tHen lahJ.2 'courses! of 1 1-2 inch'pine .head 1'0 '= 24, Stoop Paragon, N, Borrow*:'Ilnvana: ;
lie got the oilier in? antil.thus be Continuedto sicctimulat@ -;\ftp x:, a J Pl.t80Q1ca '
Aze.ha..Saw'er'Turtle turtle
succession and Sloop
nt1wl1t.fn those ,
plank Key
labor a'nfl till ,her satisfied 014 .a miserable repres'enlaluojf: ,
plunge, wuss fully rtfo upper conrsoof 11.2 inch pane }knV\': of bis to J* Cottrell & Co. :\J. ;
his' own* ll.btiityVa .better calculated'to A i.:4: inches wide 'longitudinally. Eachf person. is to be thus held (forth as 'a'speqtircle*, Schr. Milo., Rouse, Baltimoretbound to
help: him in tliaq,tia'thelp hurt out of Jho 1 deck to..fejui tbe of I St Marks. ,, ,
nurse oC tho is papered and oiled/ eyes a agapiojjnuUitude, '
ditcli..Uogrew.wreith. the; housed hard words; Viand (the upper) courso lia; its seems payed ter:nhicli' Ui .$hotJ; torn down trampled under 25.Scbr.Sloop'MpttoJBarker James Monroe,f.JJnrrows.. .., ,. Havana .. '
and forgot Janguageubat
plain "
tie exclaimed so ****** -sW **lhh- with Mrhifo lead and w lged. foot, iUaggcd'about the'streets, or ";?-r t ** JfchfflL.-'. V 11. ,.f,..... .',.

"By The"Don't dLsn'** ** H'' fW' '''. ""_\v utiington, Marsh 15tJ1, 2; thrown into thovflimes!, Mlas,for poor bii-' _Sloop Bob.Nassl, ; gun ..to.labile.. ] .
: -swettr.brotherIJefekiah; "'? I r'.Tl than nature.!'=:: :CLacun, a son,gout;' but e.1ti I: 'l "CLEAIU D "
; April 20.: .
; im LOlst.tliis usage not.only to &Q in bai i..tasl ;fe. SchiiPnlaekirliarclayllavana.Schr.
interrupted DorcasX *i F .1 f ? ;t- ;,. 1" William 'Hoas, Anderson, ila.
"Swear!"roared: Jf6zeUti7MtIieeM) swear bualso in direct ppposlJlion to \he. pl inci-i, } i !dscLr. ColumbliaDavtssSlarks4a

too, i if theo'was irr|iere.w**|' *" ," .. ;'4i yJ1 z4 T.'; .: ,; pIes taught by tb'b precept'and. example of* 24; Sloop Paragonni'irrotvi., Havana':

"Swcaf-hbt: at nil llezekioh; but peen WEDNESDAY;.\PR1L, 25, 1832. tbp d\Vne) author pfour# religion, "whowhen ;U'ASSENOEUJ?. ,;,-: J

!lend'mo thy hand, and. .'Jl use my ability "j .t _. .. __" _. be 'was ,revved, reviled not again," i Jo Scbr. Pulaski, for Havana, O.O'Hara; '
. to null theo put,accordma. to the Scripture, I We are indebted, to the politeness of C.p- god who,even when'offering" himself! up asa ESlf. ..

which aaith, "If thine ox or thine ass shall tain D. :i>. Churchill, of Brig Chipola, Cora propitiatory sacrifice for Jbe sins of mankind -, In Schr, Columbus, for St. afaft.f l\rr.-

fall into a di\ch on, tho Sabbath Jay=:.; "'tr" file of New York papers ss late as the 2d prayed foi his enemies. _"Father forgive Towers In Schr.and Stephen Milo,. from It,,MalUry.Balum6rctoMark .. !; '

*" "Now sister Dorcas, thee is! too brut.':'::' instant The, CLipoU arrived bore oo thB them,fur they know not what they do;" *, Dr. Taylor and -sonIr: Mwi; of

'- Verily thee would not make me as heavy as'the 19th initapv m 16 days from New York, ., .' .0.-. U. S. Nary, and Mrs,Williams. T& Milo

forraar animal, nor stupid as tJie. latter i bound td A palachicol JU SJie passed.tbrcMiflti&(. TUB FLAG oiHJEtaiuMt-An official description spoke Inlat. 32 50, lone, 77, Sloop Capital
!" ., North Walker, JSdaytflrcm Key West, bound td
the 'Vst.pau the 23d
on where of the
Belgian, Flag bas bee .\,received Charleston; '
'Aa to thy weight," returned Dorca, she w as detained several dajsby head winds at tbe" Department of State it. con- In..Scli f. Whale, from Charleston,' Mr.

thee must bo pretty well sat|$fil.'C.l by this ..-' tains three broad vertical strifes, of winch ,Laddi Mr Palmier and Miss ElliSft., .
time; as for thy stupidity, it\( 'ro indmljinsisterly .: XBy tho Scir. pelta, Hoyt, |16 daj from that nearest'to the Staff is blacjf, the mid- In Sloop Bob, from Nassau Mrs ,reaMiss ,-,

to liken .boo to the long-e treil'! Charleston we crave received"papers as lato dlo qne ye btr, and the outer med and Mr.Wish Pav,Miss Bitter, Mr. Weir arid sail! ,.. -

....,.....h.....,\;,;.,. .:,.r., ".", ,,,\,-'',',-' : :..,..:...., '.,....'<''\ ..' ,' ". .;\. ,. ...';f'(, .':,. ,>, '

,, '
t,.IOA.: : :
NEW'AD "f::8;" ,. ':.iI SS \'-"'" .' 8ACT .1 tt $It
r ... ... ., .. r, 11 10 country' w y 'rl paic t long;; !ro '
:: '! ,. $ to'arnena tbo Act fpttt( : ck':. Tore they reach tho harMQur. r'e i

Nt ,I I :o IIo-ty>''' '' ''''_ > act conccrning.Marriage License. M tBo < In its political the Courier &Enquirer,is
", : It enacted by tho Governor. ahil' l 13 : Democraticadhering to the principles

nn"E SuMcTilBgM i ""ds.-Vuh'1; ;th lJ'cketJt"0 !! Legislative Council of tho Territory bf and usages of the Republican Party,
1 Blessing'0fG&l o York"some timo in Ala riart;: and yojnl-.; ,' :,,f'>!" ....t:',' 't. .,;: of .this-act, it shall not ho lawful for any Jackson to the Presidency Its( columnsarQ
attend promptly tq any business committed' t .a.ft i. ;"0 '"" ;Awhile male jx>te6n residing, or being in thisTerritory olikb devoted to Foreign.and Domestic

to his charge. All persons hnvirigde-' to Intermarry: with any, negro Intelligence; Morals; Literature and tho

mand against!thtbscrt! ? r,arc.* requestedto 'VJLLI.'STEW ;'Rrl', mulatto or quarterbbn.. of other colored female Tine Arts. In morals, However, it docs
present thtif: counts; NO. 88-- 1E1tOADERLS ST. ,and it,shall in liko manner be unlawful not act'upon the creed of Fanatics or Digots -

,F.ZnA'LUDLOW. Has just rccrircd at lttJfCtiq1frzi-and for any,white .female person, to intermarry but on the contrary inculcates those

#(ey t 'CSt, April 25. tBS 34 Ii Glass Store the a with any negro, mulatto, or quarto. principles of morality and religion only,
following tflflt8 Loon,or other coloured male person. which arc formed upon peace and good
I"iLASS ''Cfcandcliers, of"various sizes f3e 2. ,Do it further enacted, That all \vyill.to all z rrmnkind--tio; ) fruit of which is

m gaD \JT- arid elegant }P ttcit s. Glass Lain s aria every !marriage! ,, formed!: made,'or'solemnized tolerahcd.and brotherly direction! instead of

.-,, ;,,." for halls, from 8 to 10 inches; various pat } in., : .contravention of,tho provisions 'J'pirsccutSon opinion's sake." -
.). .. terns... Elegantly Cut aid Plain .GlassShades of the foregoing section shall be taken Upwards of Four'* Thousand copies of

LA Glass and Plated Candlesticks, and held as utterly void and hull i and ilieissue Courier &, Enquirer, arc published Daily,
A', French and 'EnglisH manufacture. Cordial (if any,) bf sucH 'surrepticio'us inarriage and moro than Three Thousand Semiweekly -

Stands with glasses. Plain ,and diamond shall be regarded'as bastaidoc; leis-, ; and in,the City of New-York its
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends cut glass' Decanters. EngJish, tards,and incapable of having or receivingany circulation ia known. to bo more than an
g.ncfal House;'bat! he has In- French and German plain and cut glassTumblers estate real, personal, or ixcd/by.' inheritance hundred per cent greater, than any ,other
opcned'a on
titan Kc,,, ants will par every :aitentiqn, in ,of all sizes. Cordial Glasses, paper.. These facts are referred to, as'of,
bis'power. reidbr, '.utallracbod to; tllOSO bf all qualities. Round glass Flower Pots, Sec. 3. Bo it further enacted, That all fording tho only'commentary tire Proprio
who may favor him with their, cbrhpany:! :'::" various sizes. Looking Glasses, with gilt Clerks of Courts within' this Territory aro tors can with propriety ofler on the !qoalit,
IIi 'terms arc moderate. and mahogany frames,assorted from I half Expressly prohibited from knowingly issu of the matter which will be:found in their

," April,11, 183?. 32, ]P yard to 2 yards, with ,and without painted ,I ing license'to any persons to intermarry, contemplated) weekly publication.
"* I!. $. QVAUTEtt MASTER'S. views. Ladies' Toilet Glassess.' Mahogany I aratnst'vbom the disabilities !in this act specified it is: intended to publish' 17,600 copiesof
-;' :rt Chests of Draw re. A large assortment attach tho first number 'of tho paper, which
O .PICE' or docs under the :+l
of varnished Trays, from 6 to 36 in of may pen will bo distributed in different, partsof jlio!
to be
JORTIIEAST corner of 1': .A;Dt wne's sum ono dollars << recovered
11, S1arehouee-up! stairs ches. Shop Lamps, assorted from 1 to 4 by action of debt in any Court of,.Record country, and ono copy sent to each Post?
.<\' lights-glasses, weights and ,wicks for..do. Master in tho United States, in order thata
Key West; Feb. 8, 1832; 23. ,if having jurisdiction, tho ono half,.to bo
> Street Lanterns Window glas; of all !sizes for the use of the informer and the, other specimen of the publication may .lie, ex*.

: Lumb ; : L'tfokiBg 1 Glass plates for-Toilets of half for the benefit of tho Territory.k. amincd. '
18 j inches; 1'laitcd'and<< varnished Cruttts. Sec. ,4. Bo it further enacted .That ,' TERMS.'
L'amber*\ rei Spare glasses for, ditto. A collection" o'f Minister of the Gospel l,Just i ice'of' the Peace any, Daily Paper =g0pcr an." Payable, '
120" 000''F' EET : Engravings in setts of and 0 in sett. Bern: 4 V in *
ceifcd per ScnraUyder ', 4,6, a or Judge of'any Court jn 'this; T/c'rHtbry, Paper- per an.
Aly,:.Consort. and, Lady, Tompkins, Cane, and straw \l bottomed) Chairs! -:" Wind- who hall knowingly perfortn the ceremony WEEKLY; PAPEBSjwr an.J advance
'- 'l 'sor ditto. French earthen, jars various OCT: Any person,who obtain eight
for sale by P. A*;BROWNE: 'A ; : marriage between.any pcrsbns, who by may
-.. Key_ Wcsti \IarchSl,. 1032.. ,'2d...! 3i : sizes., Cupping.Glasses. Japanned, and, tho provisions of this act are prohibited to intermarry subscribers to tho weekly paper and remit
". '- earthenware' Spitting Boxes: A complete shall in like manner: forfeit dnd the amount; shall be furnished with a copy
assortment of white,-blue and green edged pay the penal l hum of one thousand dollars gratis; and to companies of(ten subscribers,

oarm4. and blue printcd,:Earthen Ware. to\be recovered" in I like.li, miihfi,i ,laS ,hi the who associate and remit twenty-five dollars,

: Dinner setts- elegant patterns do. pteceeding 'section; the, one half. .far the it will b .stJt who 60 each per annum.
Desert do do do. use-of 'the informer; and the other half,for' Post Masters, have no objections to

". ., ... Coffee ,'do do do. the benefit of the .Territory.: act as our.,A gents,arc requested, to receive
'. Together with a variety of articles too tedious Sec. 5. Bo it further enacted, That'all subscriptions and remit tho money at thu
'I to enumerate; all bf which will bo white male resident within this risk of the Publishers, at tho' timo of. ordering .
MRS. HOWARD, Jun.'. ,has. removed i ,sold at. very tempting prices. Territory;:who shall attempt,to intermarry, .tho pa j>cr. It is expected'that they
Calle do los Officios_ to No.9. ,
Calle) Obripia. "' ">' ,' : Also .orwho shallivo) in a state: of adultery, or will retain in their! hands, 10 per cent, of'the.amounrrecclVciI

I Havana, Jan.' 1, 1832 '19! tf. SPERMACETI, OIL, fornication\ with any negro, mulatto, quar- : as a remuneration for
For sale by wholesale and retaIl.1Iacana teroon, Or other coloured female shall ,bo their trouble: :
April 1, 1832. 31 tfTRAr'LATIOrr liable to indictment therefor;arid bri conviction (Q Editors of papers with whom wo exchange
p. C. Qree_frun'tinuesth shall ho fined in any sum not exceeding arc requested to give the above an

". ono thousand dollars atthti Uikrctib'hoftho 1 i insertion, and tho favor will ,bo rcciprbcated.

transact General Agency EN EL ALMACEN, and be 1 ,",
Co" Jury, shall! << moreover, .cllsqualifi-! '
and'Commission Business.. _' do I loza y cristalcs D. Gmo. Stuart ed, from exercising any office of profit or _Jan. 1st, 1832. : ,
Goods ta'' 'c91\ Storage :&c., .. "
in "
trust furors '
tlis'Territory serving! da );or
88 calle de Mercadercs. 7"
0He will always.bo I happy to receive numero of giving evidence CIRCULAR. ,
in case
and execute.. all orders, in his line of Business E acaban do reel I/I r los cfectos sigui where mulattoes any ; except. ,Office of American and Foreign Agency for.: '
; cntes. Bombus do diez a diez y eels. negro,or aro partiw.Sec. Claims, No 49 Wall street; New York
6. Be it further enactedThat this
de diferentes hechr.ras. Guard PUBLIC NOTICE hereby, given to
Key West, 20th March, 1831. ; ,
act shall.bo in force from anclafter tho
passage "all persons wboni'it. may concern, having
brisas lisas lil rn a8. Quinques sa-
y para "
: 5 thereof. Caim.spebts| : Inheritances tic payable
: NOTICE. ;:. las do yarios'tarnan0:5 y elegantes figurqs. (
Passed Jan. 16th, 1832. Approved qrtecoerable abroad*that this Agency baa
lintTerligpe'd .Commissioners, ap Candeleros de plalinn.: Id. do cristal.- Jan. 23d, 1832. established; under the special auspices and
intCtf by the' Legislative l Couricil .i 'Copas francesas e inglcsas con sus: sios. "" 't A" patjrpnagc of diltioruS>>bed, individuals in
;under the act entitled 'Ap net to provide Copitas para toda clase do licorcs. Botel- -.Via'"- \s l this: country* regular,correspondence with
for tho speedysettlement.iof alf A rrcars due las de cmtall lisas y cortadas punta do diamante. AN ACT/" eminent Bankers,&c. in the principal ports
the 'l'erntory Flo'rida; roved Feb: Vasos ingjescs, franceses y alema- To provide for the building a'' Jail at' Key" (and capitals of foreign governments in comfne.rcial -

t 2tJ., 18 VJWI- h'crehy ive notice: :; nes, do todos tamanos, lisps,y labrados.FJoreros .:- 'Ve.t. f. 't : 'relation with .the United>States;
n redondos de varias Be it enacted the Governor'and Legislative through the medium: whereot"luch', valid
That nil i pet rloria h.%\rmg "ac'cpimlsi pr dimensiones.. by 'clajms as may be confided thereto, ?will be
claims orony kind whateverVwhich accru, : Espejos con marcos dorados y de caoba, Council the Territory..FJori- expedited for settloment,and promptly and
ed priorto' the Oth. Nov. 1831, are requir- desdo media pasta dos,varas de luna con' Ida, That further time of(wo years is j thereby -" effectively recovered, :when ..furnished ,bT
cd,by said;'act.to> 'present them! to the un :odershgned ,i pnis y sin pl. Tocaorcs( para senoras; Co- allowed the commissioners ap inted'to. the claimants with the suitable legal proof,

,... .on. .or: beforo the firstday of May modas do'caoba. Un gran surtido do van tern| and., vpucbers," together with the, requisite
riextj umjer penalty of.being forever barred, .. dejas,de charol de seis a treinta y scis'pul- omplete'Jhe[ .'Power of :Attorney,' to be taken and acknowledged
from having or receiving: : the 'same. ',, g'adas. paras propias para ticnda do provided howevet that ninis- before any Judge of a Court o/
"AH former and present officers, or othr una a cuatro 1 pces. Mechas, tuvcs y con- siouers 8iuallvilJnn' three .months from tho; Record, or other competent slat magistrate -

er :persons, 'or corporations or cbuniies," trapegb parabllag.: Faroles do..calle. V,.' passage of this act, make and executenew' ,tt lie;,and,:municipal the whole authority duly autb.ndcated.by, or notary pub the

that pn \ 19,3,9t1t"dal9('Nov..last" were indebted drios pianos dc'ti dos tamanos. Lunas pa11 -: bond, with sufficient SecuritY' in him Governor pf.the,state or; territory in which
to t'hVTemfo'ry; bf Florida,'aro alBVnotificd tbcadores de Biez! y echo'! pulgadas. Vinagreras -< sum of two thousand dollars'each,Jot the the'same may bo perfected, and legalizedby
toak S'jf yhcliibrfaid debt; '\ de, platina y do charol. Pomos faithful performance of tho duties 'assignedthem the appropriate Foreign Consul.
tb the uD&lersi rOOdoif"o before the first eueltos -para las 'mismas: Colleccion de and for the completion, of tho salt ,:Haying established a similar correspondence .
elay t or l.Iai'.iror*S orthey'WiH be "pro cuddrosde uatro, sets y echo 'en colec- jail: and cistern,within the time prescribed'by > throughout tbe United t3tstes and
cion. do hiadera' law the said bond"'to bo the liritiih,America, the like claims for rIco,-,
secuted. for Iuuamo"*) '-u : : Sillas'! rejilla,pajit y ,- approved :
Communications in' iiiysuanc"esnf this, Tjnajos francesas do varias,. cabidas. Venlosaa -- presiding justice(provided also ,that 4idcommisloners' cry fa .aqr part thereof.respectively. will
tmcient1.1aUended to in
notice, must bo post paid,. r they vwill 'not rnuy' '5 pcri& Escupideras 'pararsirfa shall make out a' true statement behalf of,American, 'as well as Foreign.clalmaiitf .
be taken frpra'the.post_oflice., f '.a' de litoli .y holy de lata "'cbaroJadas.t .- of all the mcnicsed T5y them, and ," "
.. ,"JAAlESD.ecretary WES'1
of Ft orida. ; '; ,de brilla azul y verde y aiul n'ho. Bafjill date of the said bond? and deliver the same mortgago of freehold property, "or ia the
JOHN K. CAMPDEl:".. l, ./ ": :, ,,: } i.s fihas de muy' tl 1iP.i do gusto. Jucgoa at the time of of giving saidBond to laid purchase of public 'securities the United
Disl..Attorneyl\1idDrs -. '4 '
otroa dif itdtcs! Cfectos cnya detail seria -
uditorof'the'Freasury .
-Tnllahasse; Feb. 21st. 183:2: : .. 3h "muy' prolijd;'redo so csncnde d precios su- Passed Jan. 26,J 832. Approved 'Jan.' Cases Applications requiring addre.ei the lQYCltfgatiOQ! t9 tbiq Agepcy of claims,in.

OT'fho:: newspalicrs thrQugliouHhq Territory mameriteequitatiybs: tafnbieh se cspende 30,. 1832._._- *' I. -r search of records or the; lnterteQUoo legal .
will give this six insertions nnd fo grasa de esporrna:por mayor y menor. I proceedings, should accompanied
ward their to tho Florid ianoOlco.JVQTICM withan adequate remittance,to.dcfray thepreltminary
accounts .. ', ,'
'* > 'i-m f ,charges and disbursements at.
; .Jcmaini: n th 'Post. Office at Key West, :; t.1a tending the same; and all letters must be

r .undeni nod La"vi J:-establULcd ., oT| the, lt Aprti. 1B32: On' Saturday,0,the ::inapt the addfessed (postpaid) to the!! undersigned.
THH at l'oyV e.t; s a COMMIS* 'John P. Booth, Collector of Customs Promietors) of the<< Morning Courier & W. : "'(Counsellor of the' Supreme Court of the U .
SION MERCHANT AND GENERAL York Enquirer, intend publishing n the \8tatC!,) hi the Office of the Agency, 49 )\
Radney Cpt\is\ John Ferguson 2 '
&GENT, offers his services to bis" friends Fiinthamr t largest folio ,licet ever isauecJ, a', Weekly.l.N Wall street.New York.yJ.WAASON'II .
Joseph Antonio R. Gomez
and the public generally.N- *; > > Tewspapcr,to i irtnlair1 ill that appears du. P.ALMER.Actu3ry.. .
.. F. A. BROWNE. Charles Johnson, 2 Charles Johnson, : .
6 week in h4
ring t their
JbJille daily paper Jt will 1. >
William Thds L.M'AIollin
Apn120 ja3 ;; 2
.i' ( NorrICE.A .
be fine
published on hew
He oferfor.attlci at hu Ware house. Abraham R. Millet, Cant; Olrnstcad, type
30,000 feet White Pine.Poafd, ..," ,.David C. Pinkhato.2; Thomas Coiner and to place it within the reach of all c l f.fe-: A Citizen who may apprehend a DEr
... ,
10,000 first quality Bricks yes of the ebmmunily! it.will be afl'JriJed f1BERTElt from the U. States' Troops
bbls Philip} Sawyer; Bryan Shanncsay. to subscrilxrra at the reduced price of three and deliver him over to an Officer of the
Baltimore Beef
prime' Mrs: Simmohs ,
M. Stdnc
Col. L. 3 Army will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN
3G 0 do Navy Bread Lt. E. Trenor, Alex. Thompson, Dollars. per J annum,payable.alreaya.."' in ad. DOLLARS or each Deserter thus secured.
| bags prime Coffee. '
William Williams. ,. 'I vancef J. M. GLASSELL,
IIE SUBSCRIBERS II. WATERHOUSE, P. 1.1. IQ consequence of the other Dailyj5crs Ta. : .' Major Commanding.
Key West,April, 1802. 31 tf. in New York,determining not to board ,Kef West April 27, 1831 3iOFFICE .
HAVING; taken, the Store recently oc 'vessel* rfn d jeceive their news on Sunday ,
bt' Porter & Stanard, 'ia WareHouse the O: THOSE persons who feel disposedto ifie Piiblisheni of the Courier & Enquirerhave OF T1IK
North Ea&t end of F A Browne's
offer fur 'sale* on accommodating contribute towards the erectiou bf a lately l forested Thirteen Thousand dollars BRITISH VICE-CONSUl&TE, .
terms, reneral assortment of ., i CHURCH upon the I !a df are informed i in a separate news establishment, consisting Aral; for Lloyds
a ...., that Subscriptions be received by the Scliooner Agent lon\lont and IA*
DRY GOODS, following gentlemen,. composing the" Committee prone > of ninety tons, Attociation of U."desfuriter.Li-ct-rpool\ ,
GROCERIES and appointed for thlt purpose: one of nty tons and the necessary"row ,
C1IANDT.ERY. boats. This nibli.bmeot is at NO. 3, FBONT-ST0KCT. ..
SHIP Hon. JAMES WtBB, u: C.l"lltuu.Y! ,
'GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO. A. WiUTtniu(>, L. M; STOKE Elqri. Drl.U. an annual expense of Nine Thousand dollars ceJiPuVfrom fl.s;:.M. to 3 o'clock r'. u.

Key West, April 20. 18l' S. WATtRnorsE rind B. b. StossL I and tea=sels from Europe arc boarded ..'-"'= Key Werst,iodJ April, J 83 J.


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I" :: ;, ,'bein'c; : :'> ic1o. : ttl lc1,'to ii. \1d election)
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,:," .' ,fM..u '4. 3npicMw7< tt-m6 wm.fo.F yjWY" v+e pot sin 1150 no t d hall t :Jerk ,of> said; trio -

siAm:_tUGItTSJ! FJ.tE tlR ,..... rj1erated at home. Hcnec is vit a11yIo; ; of seep r the clerk re.y .
r Ii): EVENING' POST.PTtHE t vrant, that the power; should be'sustained"jwhtch : ; "" n1/ ":r" ,' tu.' 'eg. Suj i! ',ball: and f1'HI\'
vi afttrictconstructionpf '.
: leannl '
dan compel a >
latitude l1g Tily carTnpof
in tics in the be haw u fa .atJzenbf tltj-; \\-lii.;,
h JL additional Newspaper, devoted to tho each State Soverei ; the, State ?omo of tho Light stateiirelit b e, ay be entitledJo| vote fot : andAldermeirbf
been: deem iotcrpositioq dent iHto: i erroneous ftflwg:; 1 satttCcity'toassemlile
support of their principles\has Right of sovereign to arrest the 11. '; : at any
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation of federal ages ts> The existence' cd; itnvill! rnatetiallv mislead him rj h'convenient. Jlaccuq paid city, and appoint

, FREE TRADE I'I\ttTt. EVENING I, of this, right as the' conservative and so' far from beifig, a guide to In warn judges;"tp conduct said election, and the
of this:determination THE Constitution isiiohtw doctrine danger'willsubiect Jlim .the VfifV '
principle of our from tb'en O Weet
proceed a Mayor and
POST will be commenced as a Daily Evening Federalbolily, pnIlieatm: 1 may !;i ixAldermen
j it is co-eval with our ; difficulties :;against ytIiich our tvhittlitXll |
l bitvotr; into
Journal,so soon as the requisite.office and Was asserted by its founders5 apd'cjn- was intended i to guard We advisoEdtordto 1. {
can be completed. 'This i is Le by any Judge or Justiccoflho Peace in the
arrangements expositors. principle: tvhibb<< :
temporary b llwmg may
'The'polillcal tenets to which the Evening the Characteristic feature proudly distln 'l!tb,is accurate o ; ; county; after which; Ihd Mayor and Aldermen
Tost will bo devoted, arc so,familiar gtiishing ours from bthcr Republics not Fo rctiCdd.tt:1 Mariners'J; so elected,shall immediately enter upon .

to this community, havd been 's' long ihe deral in their elements. In the latter, aConstitution. %.nl or the ihformationlof: gem the duties to ho performed by them

prominent subject.:pf Discussion bjr the. .!*, in fact,by a symbb\of put! -. raU ,,*.halo.IwecurcdfrotnrtIm Collector .,Scc 7. Bo further enacted, Th3t.tlirMavof'
press-and havo been'so bilen and triumphantly lie opiiiionjls construed by and varies with of the Port, the follovying schedule of Jlie, $ and Aldermen of said <

vindicated by the first minds in our the changing: will'bf a tnajorily; V.whilevinpur situation df the{ Light Houses..along ,1110 city! ihn11] 1

State, and in the Federal councils, that it 'Republic a guardian power preserves i it Florid shore,.uuder. hip supcrlnlegdanccCacti t :: have powerand authority to'prevent and

deemed unnecessary.to'promuJg: te more as a permanent nile'of action. Florida Lig4t.Satlonary..IS1wated remove,rjujsjinccs t to..rcstnun. and prohibit

than the following exposition, 'rhjch offer-- The formal recognition of such a,right of .all sorts o.gnnung0; establish( ,and rcgu.

fed in lieu of a more detailed political creed, on the face of the Cb'arter.'t'Quld.hayo been on tLe south point Key Bjscayner Tho, late markets} .the sale,..keepibg of"weights

Free Trade will bo advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as it rcsijUed-hcces- about 400 yards from tare bcacli;. and -measures, to regulate 4lripts,
-as a privilege between bo considered to feet above tho. squares,
of an enlightened policy of aVcotnpact
the/o ;jmatiod Light Q1ay
Barily.from and fences in said city;J'0, licen.sb ivcighersi
which impartial; justice no distant froth the Gulf
of the people, dependent sovereigns having[ level of the sea* and
require from.the'rulers of every countryand -* common umpire. As a feature of bur polit Stream about 7 miles; Vessels drawing ;.tp regelate! Appoint patrols to punish -

right,whicb,in Ours, is guaranteed political ndtta vagdboiiust'tb" 'fcrect, and keen up wharves
as a I ic ;system, it is of course a 10 feet may-approach within 2 1-2 miles
by tho Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary; right,.Formed forlhe protec Lat. 25 47 N.-Long. to ,appoint pilots and.;regul tc pilotage into
venerated instrument withheld from the tion b( '-minonty from the Usurpations of of the the hQr our.of said cilyitind! the.entrances -

Federal the to protect manu authorities themselves, and S0.42V.. : Y" to regulatb he
agents power the Federal into ilia.* same; anchor
factures by restrictive duties ; it has, been, from the usurpation,a majorJLty.'cxercised: Li W Ship FloMldtt, isfcituatcd. bit Ca- and mooring bf wssels in said" harbour "
perversion of the revenue ItCc tlio site of the old one, ago ,
usurped by .a of those authorities ryford'a near
through subserviency
its involving sectional .DO 67 W. It to tux and license ..billiard/tables! to tax
power, exercise the Consthution'itselfnecded'aprotection in.Lat. 26 08 :JJ.-Long.;
arid.license hawker \ and
; pcdlars transient
for sectional aggrandisement; surely not two distinct :
oppression ; Reliance for that protection wa easily ,distinguished, as
has, necessarily, produced a sectional exasperation placed in either! of the parties againstwhom is.Lights are shown, ;which -can generally bo traders, to, tax retailers 'of Ury'goods and

which cndangeri permanency it Was provided as'a shield. TIe'Saprem the of 12 miles: Its object groccricsbmriiission; merchants,und auctioneers -
at ; distance
of the Union. It is impossible,that the injured Court being one of the Federal agents,was seep from the ; -to lax.frco negroes, mulattoVs and

parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly not, thereCor ,.entru t <1 witii Apolitical is to warn vessels dangerous. slavesp>oy| unjust and unequal its operation. ,Nor co'uld'lii! engine of the rocks and shoals near \vhicli it is )placed. rntorial bri
guardianship.. exceed thf.. r jla them the
% ,
first proving, which is impossible; I Wat taans on the 8.: .West ; y
Without majority_the ballot box have beep, co** Key Lght,$ ,
shall)) have power to lest' a-tax on nil improved
.. tbat the benefits! the protection are equally sidercd 'as 'the "safeguard. The sectional Point of the Islartd,of Key West ; is in -
real within Said of
apportioned to aIHheStates-ltls.dgroS5 : minority'can exert no influence on the ropresethtaton'of Lat. 24 25 N,-:Long. 82 04 W.; erect city, Ilotm011)JhntroneJlal.f'
contend tbat the burdens of I Trie of ono )xrcentnm; -
absurdity sectional majority. upon
a vessels ,when
} of
ed fortbe guiding '
the Tariff press equally upon all. If; then: ; responsibility of.representatives blat eclr !, the purpose harbour the directions for its/'valu .; i1p4.ones half o one percen-

it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as their' fidelity to,their respective constitu* entering ; tut i 6Ii ail tmimiMove'd i lots within.said() city;
as.follows, to
is whicH
its defcndeis vainly argue its operation cnts, and the representatives'of a minoriycan'effect are which' unimproved lots:: shall. >.valued .,at
and .it becomes no N and the Sand Key Light: to
bear N.VV. ,
yet 11aringlr"uneqiui.l; : nothing- against ,he"n agonist twenty-five dollars per acre; anil.said tax'aon
to submit to its unauthorised W.S.W.. and cross the licef in
Crete people) which the representatives of a majority bear \yoa
interest real i estate shall 1 assessed ) such
exactions. Much less is it td be tolerated, their constituents for Key WesiLight by person -
,may be compelled by about 5 fathoms water; rat ,
when it is evident that" ve are'not only arbitrarily to enforce ,in utter, disregard of the until within two dies; then steer fir!jiersotr and in such, manner as theMayor'

taxed consumers, hut that the Charter.The principle,'therefore, is desolating and Aldermen of said Jbity! shall.
N.W. until Key-
inevitable result of tho protective system is ;-that the Constitution is at the discretion which is l\J you ojn Island in the Northern deem'most. .prorjor rr'.;_They 811a1l8t80 hive\

the ultimate ruin of the Southetiv producer '.of a i-majority;'and mast brquiellysurrendered a grova (lower.and ttutliorily,to enforce all jaws of
for it
the and then
Inte of harbor run
in.the; prostration of'our agricultural. to their wisdom and justice.: part tho r the Territory, and /ofr their o\vr, >,body regur
Tho best anchorage is in part of
rest. / Besides;except in the:Parliamentary trans upper lations the vessels and for
There is ho solidity in the objection to potions of tho,two houses of Congress-our tho harbour. .Height of the Light House, quarranliniiof: ,
resistance that others are)blindly submitting : d the preservation,_of the health of, said City
our frame of government no.where recognizes, fiqm tho level of the sea, 83 feet inches '
to the evils, which'-are oberwhelmiag the consolidating: rule that the1 will bra ma* Light stationary. '. ., Tliey shall'! have,power to ; ;a.icali"hofficer .| r
them in" common' with ;ourselves.- shall ; The President may be and such other officers as they may
jority govern: Sand Key Devolving' onco in ,
This delinquency is not our justification. If the think necessary to into cflect theirlaws
elected by'a minority of people ; a ma. carry
It the best the
awake to the dangers and degradation :54 seponds. is Light pn
we are ; jority of Senators representing States, the flndierdinanccs) and generally to pro-
it behdves us to leaveno coast -S.W. by S/8 1-2 miles from Key
of our situation, aggregate ,of h'whosepopulatiop i are a minority ; vido/orjho interior police land good
untried until we shall have repelled Wes situated directly the beef got
effort Liglrt on
of the whole<< people, may rejccl i measure $ -:- .
the invasion bf bur liberties. The Evening,, unanimously passed by the representative 'rh "Light '76'feet'above the sea. ornmentpf.said city.

Post will, therefore, exhort<<: to resistance! of '. of the people! <
the.Tariff,, as the most prominent enormity.. vice versa, a bard majority\ in1i llie' other of tho Dry Tortugas near the western much of tlicsaTd city as is now used 1 und
tbat "American System, which has been tho occupied by this United.States for the eroctfon.of -
House may reject a measuro passed by extremity the Reef in Lat. 24 31 N. :
built p'on the'ralins'of' the 'Free System Unanimous voice of Representatives of Barracks, and for other purposes, is
bequeathed us by our fathers, and which-, if Ltihg. 83 10 W. .'
the States tin a \ 1 hereby declared to be without the juti. d c.
established as the settled policy of the coun- single'lndividual, may jput his >veto on the *.. AN ACT tion of said corporation, and not subject to
must, in tho'end, either sever the bond "I,
try deliberate act of both Houses'} and the.Jud '
and consolidate the the of. West. any of,the laws and ordinances manic forth
of Union,or melt down of the Supreme Court, holding office To incorporate City Key .

State Soveicignties into 'one limitless, irresponsible pot ges by election but by appointment, may Bo.U: nactcd by tho Governor! arid,Legislative \go crnn1cnJ.Qf the Sam ..Jf

despotismJ:*. Tho-vEvening: Post set aside ..the concurrent enactments of Council of the. Territory of'rlo- Sec. 9, iJe.it further enacted That all

will oppose' 'Internal Improvement as unconstitutional =. House, Senate, and 'President. Tho power rida T/jat/! all the free white male inhabitants laws'.and ordinances of said city shall he

,' as an engine of favoritism, to prefect the Constitution/could nohave i ; 'of .that of,the Island of KeyWestcomprehended posted up at three or more of the most
soured of sectional;robbery, as creating part
as exorbitant been rationally' intrusted'to the very within the limits p're- public places in said city; at least three.
a necessity for perpetuating[ rrtajority from,which the.dan or,violation .
take effect.
taxation-it will 'oppose the chartering was apprehended.' It wojild have been indeed scribed by the plan of said town, nwon dayn. before theyshall
if'thq'Untted States' Bank; as't ife tll1Iuoonsthutional.nnd committing the keys pf the'house to file in tho Clerk's office in the county of Sec. 10. Bo it further enacted:That the

as prolonging the ex. the safe-keeping of those, distrust of'whom Monroe, be and .they are hereby constituted Mayor pf said cjty shall have and exercise

is.tcri c'or/ dangerous power ; and it ."will I I suggested propriety bf locks. The pow. a body politic and corporate by tho air.thb powers tjf "Justice1 ;of the Peace

projected disposition of the Surplus -. I : l ft the 'several State within said city and shall bo entitled to
oppose scheme of barefaced crs; was w'isely with, name and style of the City of Key West ; ,
Revenue, >s a Sovereignties-and thus not only was,there and by their corporate name maysno and bo receive the same fees i in all eases.,.which he
wholesale bribery,wluchlf adopted.willgive deSnite rule of action Ibr the .
provided aeterriritieY.Sec.
may.Le called
upon to ,. ,
'duration co-existant sued, plead and be impleidcd,' and
to 'oppression a grant
.. Federal Government. ,biitti power<< to render That
with. that of our government. inoperative, that is to pplllfy/their unautho receive dpnatiohs, and do all other acts as" llj.Andbfljltfurtlwrcnacfecl; { ,
attachment to the the act }itt tled"Ah! act to ificofp(>mta the
A zealous judicious rised and,irregular action; natural persons, and may"purchase and
Ujnion,'prescribes the present as the proper So far.as congeniality; views may ex- hold personal, real_ mixed property, and Town of Key U'est," passed the Clli of

crisis for making,n'': a''determined and uncompromising ist*in relation to these prin iple.-tha Evening dispose of tho sumo for.tho benefit, of the Nov. 1028, be add tlior same is"bereby .ro-

stand for the' Constitution,before Post is pledged to the State"Rights said city, and may have and use a corpo. pealed, and thtt.ttiis'Qct, shall, ,,1 bq in force
the_ jarring interests against each of. different othcrin irreconcilable sections- and Free Trade Party*" and as.:the supportof rate Seal, which may be broken or altered from,the !fi/st day of;April;nest' '::1I
are organised\ measdres, its b'o ,efficicnt/rnnst include, '.
conflict before, blinded 'by their'unrighteous ; tho :support.o(. men its humble aid: ..will..be at pleasure. { "w: i .., '
the consolidation States Be it enacted'Ttiat: ; ;
gains, zeaouslr..contrlbute to extend,the' bei'sonal Sec. ,,R.' further ; the ."
shall regard as undoubted right their undue,: influence and promote the political ad* government of the said city shall be vested SEGAR MAHUF ACTORY,

adrahtages-: 'before they. shall re'sdlve .
maintain."all hazards tl e:'tyrannous' Will principle themselves'to' the good cause,which }s iden-. of'six Aldermen bq elected in jhiet'Public"tliat.h"f has estaWished -
that public opinion, or the of a tified with the value bf the'Union,; and the the 'and the and the A 3 '
majority i lia above the Constitutions manner, by persons; at. >sEpAu MXjJcpAcronv at Key' ""est.,
power .h.liberty end,: hoiVor, of South CaroHnt, Its time hereinafter dtrCct d '*, a
and before tbo.victim sovereignties'ihminb_ warm co-operation.wjth Utese will be/em- : -lie imports for this purpose, the, ,very lest

rity, goaded beyond endurance (Unjess the barrassed by a personal pledge- no -cano '::Spec, 3. Beitfurtlierenactetl; .That) all ..Tobacco from I1"arana.' -

"b very aspirations i for liberty-be extinct)shall'! didate for their Presidency, or any other 'the fleowhite. male' persons,over the age of > & ar 3oftb'i eat fjuajityj) and. pf ordry

rise in desperation and abolish' a 'fratne'trf'govcrnmenttoomuch office twenty-one years, who shall havo. resided w 1 description may be had at ht eslablislimen.
shattered lobe;
hl recog.-* In t1 l 1talni g'itj'ttl'ond aTOid the conflicts -., within the limits of the said: city, tvvelvo' > 'qAn; orders in !tliQ above:lino will

ulated niseda, and that which for.wbl inveterate they.originally sectional tip-. hatred -: of party, tt il.be} .the aim of the Evening months prQVip.u9o; Jo.dl1y-orclcdion: ; and i meet the earliest attention. "T. .
Post to-preserve the dignity of the 1 ,
shall then tender;it .impossible ever Press and Moderation, under who shall be citizens of the jyniteJ States, tltarclr; 1 B.a J. ,
by cotirtesy ;
again tore-compose'andie.edifyr The South ends of shall! have a right to vote for a Mayor and
thc belief that legitimate newsgaper :
once roused to a'full senseoCfcer j wrongs, discussion are best subserved by firm. six Aldermen; and that such election shall Ld: ggerb t\" Turtle Shell.
will be satisfied With nothing but equality; zealwithout be held on,the first Monday. in, April,' in UB suhsc'rlhcrs will give a fair price
be denied that th .Constitution T
and cannot by *
if -observed, 'the!slant emperance. each and ? cry year; at such ,place as said for 500 Ibs of the above article.
even States strictly at decided disadvantage acts of opponents, it will ,exercise the rightof incorporation may appoint, and the votes >: GEORGE E, WEAVER & CO.
}ding are'placed '
; Onto leagued for the resumptionof dealing' freelyut it: is hoped that no ,shall be given by ballot. .- Key West,_ June 8 .
rights. the?* 'will submit 'no.'longer to a 'part of of its Kscveri careerwill'partial eyef adoption justify of the the suspicion 'infanVous -- Sec. 4. Bolt further enacted, That the Elh rt CII\NDLEn. '

system of.: indirect taxation, 'cllculated'tobhnd maxim that 'c all is fair in politics"Thedomestic Mayor and Aldermen of said city shall :ATTORNEY OF- TILE CKiTID' STATES SOUTHCRN -,

the people.to t e'exte'DhDd inequalUty concerns of our native State meet at such times, and s, '
'demand DISTRICT or FLORID k
of their burdens--andtbey will will be 'ctrpthfpvu-atclrcd'and the policy within the limits of said' corjkornlton) as '
for their laboring class a representation fully NQ. I, ARCADE, .
tldtOOtitt'd."bicb shall best calculated think and.their -
meetingsshad -
equal to that of the laboring classes of the 'or-her appear safe and economical may ,proper ;.. ......:- .
other States. The required concisions ..prosperity be public; and the Mayor and not, .:: -
those whom go*ernment. less than three.Aldermen shall be necessary B a
will bo curtalnly refused by by will Uftiftr"
While th Ereninff Post devoted
the Union is regarded but as a bargain esti- ? bf to form a quorum for tho transaction of
to the of the
< promulgation politicaraithset
mated by a calculation bf pecuniary profit forth in this ; it will not be ,)ustnt'ss. HENRY GODDARD informs the pub
prospectus neglectful
and loss, and the'Federal bond will be,.sundered of practical Details of Commerc, Sec. b. Be it further enacted, Thatif he has established himself at

-and forever, The adocacfoCStde and. Trade two branches of industrv which thel\1111or or any Alderman, of"saII). city Key.West.in the Bakery Business. 'fbtoUowiog

Rights is, therefore the only faithful advocacy must be most beneficially affected by the shall be absent more than two months;ttse n"helest di Ibis of the best quality.. can.
be had .estXbUshhienfrFRESH
of Union. success of its doctrines. Great exertions] seat of such Mayor ,or Alderman shall l.oo .
With firm conviction of this f important FAMILY LOAVES
will be made 4e perfect the departments ,
truth, the Evening Post will contend for deemed to..be vacated,and an election shall! :. ,
connected with commercial intelligence Every Morning;
-If ," For be ordered to 118'uCh and five
Liberty-the Constitution- and our merchants and trades.nenaballflt4e / vacancy, .
Liberty first, as the first of national bles- th readiest attention to all theirwaats, iidthe days r ublic notice 'thereof shaW' be given FRESH PILOT DREADS v.

}pUf I for the Constitution which secures it wannest gratitude for all their favors. before the said election shall take place.! bonstantly onhifidf! '

from domestic usurpation ; did for the.Uni. See 6. Be it further enacted,. That it Also r !, ,

on wInch strengthen ,it against foreign ag- TERMS: } shall be the duty of the"Mayor of said city A variety .Street: Bread, Cake, &c."&c.

erossion- Without a rigid observance of > Daily( paper, $10 per anJ>>lm. Country to order an.election.(br and Aldermen O Orders for'any b( the above articles
the compact, the.Union must becme a Uni paper, three times a.week, $5. Mayor will be gratefully received and promptly
on without Liberty and the uncertain;'danger Adverl semenH inserted at this usual rates. at least ten days previous to the lime execute. : : .

of subjugation from abroad is infinitely I Charleston, ((8, ('.) Oct.. 3, 1fr.u. I hereinbefore prescribed for their. annual c. Key West, Feb. 8, 11S3!. 23 ,tf.