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: May 2, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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VOL. I. ) ::.' 'J, .:;", KKY WEST, WEDNESDAY. MAY 2,' 1032. : ; ? O: IJ ; ;:,;
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THE GAZETTE. "' fall upon the car of the pe6plc, ot, the .;thc ridiculousness of attempting bully the roadthey were''lotJ'that ho- ,most,di-"

I. entrrrp, air ,: North, with tho same: appalling effect{ as it 1- tlie,nation into an abandonment of IheMmericon reel ,one, and, indeedWho, only one thati:
docs upon our fellow-citizens of the South Syptcrq,' but they tire none the could bring them speedily to their j( urne"at

i B. 'B. STR0BEJL' The Tariff has, Become.familiar, in sound, lossits enemies. We.repeat it,.that, not end, was that ,in which they then ,\\'crc--r.
: And published. ori everyWednesday. J1I' with us at the North, nnd, although a few only South Carolina, but! all the Southern that it \VOS'a.straight road, nnd one having

J THOMAS. ,N. JEFFREYS.. wealthy capitalists in the, Northern States States, cannot and will not submit to sw7 a very few impediments orobstructions, and,
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I'r / are alone the recipients of its golden flea system. : so easy to find, that nobody,who possessed
:j\: TERMSper annum-payable: in, ... could fail it., With,
to keep
, advance L Ices,the nera1ity.uf our people do hot feel -: common sense, .
I 'Aijvcrtfseinenla.'inserted, ,at oqe dollar particularly excited. : Upon tho subject; t for From the Banner of the Constitution.. this plain and simplq dircclion, nn d,under

per squire: for the first Insertion, and fifty .they do not detect, readily, the cunning by I Dissolution of the Union.-As,awful as a mutual agrecmcnt.ittai they would follow
cents for overy succeeding; timer till order which it steals away the proceeds of their this phrase: sounds, we learn that qt Wash it, they proceeded onward harmoniously
ed to" 'beg slopped. ,industry; they) ,consequent ly aSociate\\ith m;ton'it is subject: of familiar cohVcrsa-- and with perseverance, and made great progress -
-w .. ,wiaesew it no alarming consequences, On the other lion It.cvcn.appcars) !that it has been, ems during many days, The load wag n
; POETRY. !handy a Dissolution.of the Union is regarded ploycHlin debate, iii tho.Hou of, Representative lino well-made.highway, cnlivened'bythtz>, :
(, ", by them as an event so incalculably :',as will bceeofl: from.'the following numerous travellers who passed along it, *
,.'! 'f THE: ',' momentous, that its approach is .set passage'in a speech of Mr. Wickliffe, and presented, every where, the appearance
MORN1NG5 down, without invest,, W ,?&\ro..q" trio in relation to the resolution respecting the of ,general prospeMtyamongst the inhabitants
occurrences altogether ; 'of probability, removal of George Washington's remains: whose farms and 'villages it passed
'Behold the glorious, sun; arise gladness and not to bo at all apprehended. Thus, 'Mr.. Speaker, the gentleman from Grorgit through. lu some places it ran ,near the
a i<\ And wako the world to
:lie cheers.the sky with'hisltoldcn. beams itis, i wo will often take alarm at indications I '(ids spoken 6f the possibility,"tiay, the margin of a noble river, :whose surface was
And banishes. all'sadness: ; of trifling dangers, yet feel perfectly, probability/ 9f tbo disunion of thcse, tnlcs. whitened by the sailboats and craft which
secure:against those which are tremendous, 1r, the sacred, name of Washington should frequented the market of Union-Town i '
.Th warblers the pc"' born day
greet strains of from a blind persuasion- that tee cannot be ever, in debate or in thought, be cotjncct(1 and, thus did prosperity appear not to bet
With sweet great delight;
The sky-lark soarcth merrily the objects upon which they, ever will bo I \vitli the idea of a dissolution of this hap- confined to those who were laboring on diD

? f To,yon silver: .o,bright. .visited y Union. Disunion of these States-Sir,! land, hut equally extended to those who
The of the South however will mind dwell were occupied on the water. '
the flowret fair with dcw'-o'rops Lung, people regard not (permit my to on so
', In its beauty now appears s"Like :-- these subjects diffcrcntlyi The Tariff lire a'calamity; it never can happen while After journeying some days along
virtues-seeming'loveliest' and a Dissolution, of the Union have, hp name of Washington: : Is spoken! and his, his delightful route, on occurrence took
", As she" smilctji through. her tears." .i become classified among them, liRe rausts nchipry rcvcrcil.<'J. place' Which proved a most unfortunate ono

And shall Reeling mortals sluggish sleep,' and effects, and'throne' is e tC'mcd'.l1o *!Sir, the gentleman from Virginia, in for our trnvetl< rs. Having arrived at 'n
., fc -While!all nature renders/praise' 't ;' ,less appalling than ,the'oilier. In fact, n he ardor of his feelings, fans been,pleased point where a new road struck' oil from the
.Noll. !let,us risq by the morning's dawn, feeling of preference is;,:'fast obtaining, a1 introduce the same unhappy idear HeMS riiain highway i in 4 diverging direction ono
I ...And to God_ pur, ,voices raise! A. Z. 1: mong4he people dfjhe Southern State sin in ftll'the fird1 of his imagination,. caUdt of the }party who was a native of New: England -
Q"t n favor. of an outright. "dissolution of'the U- AtKn'us, to contemplate? the .day 'when stopi} cl 1 tho others short' and, point*
-nw. *7" d... .\-,. ..' POLITICAL. present dcsolatillgTaTltf. The; truth ofthis ?}pc t\venlyfour'' ( independent Governi that was thd'true and best route. Another

fN SENATE OF THE: U. S.-: March 30. remark is too forcibly brought 'home I i Kent, engaged! In:all the horrors !of woj;. one of the three who happened to 1 lie
THE-TARIFF to the mind of every man who has given his Leave to us Virginians, fays liiogent1ernan,\ born in tho Southern States, expressed'd.diflcrent .
f'; > attention to. the gathering prejudices and the sacred remains of her beloved,Washing 'opinion upon tho subject, Ho
After the reception, of sundry. petitions. forebodings of the times to bo long resisted. ton, that. we may visit the tomb and do reverence said he had studied'geography thttho khc\v,
and report, '. And we now regard it as the solemn dirty, /j' to his name in |>cacc: ':-do not comp precisewhere! the town lays ihafa c6htininance <
Mr. Dick'crson, from the Committee oil of every 'lover of his whole country, to'a-t, t us 'Jo travel through! hostile f territory, lo; in the straight road would carry thcfri
Manufactures, made.a'rep)accompanied rouse 'from his long repose and supposed! ( visit the sacred spot where }lies the' [father' directly to it, and that'taking tho new routd
fiy following bill :, ; stability' of the federal Union, and to rush of his country. If Sir, that sad, sncf ;'ca: would most unquestionably a long
Be'it cnactc'd, by the Senate and House with his influence, through,both the public tastrophe, should bcfal this people, (which er lime: as the distance' would occupy be greater,.
of Rcprcscntatitcs of lid United Sates of and private channels at his command, I God, in his mercy, forbid !) then 1 say hero and the wjgtid consequently increase d

America, in Congress assembled, That I' to the Halls of the National Councils, Id, is the spot,jn this, City, bearing his .own Besides, ho said that the new road was full
from and nficr the day of-- next, enjoin upon the Represcnlaiives of ilie People this l
name, beneath Capitol, the stone! of stujtlpsf and hills arid hollows, :\VlllchvQIJ.If.impet1o
trio following articles of merchandize: when" a' spirit of just con promiso with the of which),wears placed by his own hands, in \ tficir progress".and ipcrliaps)(
importod'intp! tIle United States, in vesselsof claims of the -fSovth. Without ibis, wo ,lhisJCI -iuHcs.s unr which would be neural ,- endanger their lihlbs; and; what was worse!
the United SlatesT'tnay |he'! entered free fear the days of our great Republic, as a t territory his sacred remains should '
I ''r hp they would not, fare as;.well as on the, old
.. of duty, Jovits all teas imported from whole, arbnumbered. We reluctantly! n.'ow'this deposiicil, that t t'e aIr might, tomc.1 in'pcacoand road! a1dVolIl have to jpay dearer for their
China, or any other place East of tho Capo \ painful conviction : but wo have pour out our griefs over tho ruins of meals and J lodging: ,To all tills apparently
of Good Hope coffee,cocoa, almonds, figs, ; resisted it as long as resistance is-con i9t. this Calrltepubtictcrcnted by his valor,"'dud, sensible rensonmg,ltho Need Englander replied '

currants, raisins, prunes, )plums, dates, ent with patriotism long as resistance while hu 'lived, inainlained.by his wisdom." that there was'no. soundness it It..J
grapes, filbert, Uacjj pepper;cayenne pepper can ,claim the merit bf 'honesty.. We h>: that, geograpfiy'WMfia mere theory Jot

cinnamon, cloves,: cassia, nutmegs, ,, here the time has arrived when alarm From ,tho Banner of the Constitution. to be put along eidd'bf facts-';-that, 'he1 waft
mace, pitncnto, ginger, capers, camphor, should be felt by all-when derision, dealt '
Ohio arid-the Tariff'It: any.jnan had well assured that' tho new road was the shortest :< ,
" indigo madder madder) root, gum arabic, out alike to the entreaties and the menacesof prophccied, twelve months ago, that, ,at & and the best, and tho cheapest trait
gum Senegal, shellac* lac dye, linseed/ ,rapeseed the South, should cease. Unless 'this political meeting in Ohio, of;,tu y party, tlJI vet an,and he:was not to be convinced by.
jind hempseed oil, sumac,'OfAO woad be the case, we repeat our solemn conviction Tariff would have been denounced as impolitic such flimsy arguments as those brought for,
or: pastel; barks, roots, nuts and berriesused that'i"c daYB'of our' Republic as a ; unwise unjust: < ppr(' iy'cond :iijurious ward by the, Southerner., The lattergllicn,
err: dyeing turmeric, tortoise 'shelly whole, are numbered: ; to'the, } t '
yVcstcrn country, 110,would' lookout, of his pocket a small folded map,
sponge,crude IIsltl'etrC'safTron| ;-olives, What ore iho cvidenccaitipon which rest .
sagp becii
hire laughed ,al as a theorist For containing tho geography of'the
india rubber, brass in plales .pcruvian-bark, our appalling convictions? 'They are various our, I country;
", partswo livelong;;looked.to Ohio as" tand, marking the spot at Which they'wcre
mniper" berries, oil'of juniper, cochineal, and multiplying daily i 'Their '
ono of the most favorable fields for the IthenJlo di g'their discussion! and pointing
jvoiy..unmanu6rcturedj;;opium; corks, quick. impart to them a character which ought' "to >
of sound ndv the '
'growth principles, have to locality tha town, he clearly showed
oilver,, ajoes, ambergris, Burgundy pitch, command: respect-at 'Icast/oommand deli-
:had .occasion to know, from time to time, /that the new road would be two sides of
Calomet"cariibmilG hovers, coriander seed berate examination. The evidences'whicfJ Kjmtthc) J labors of the Muskingum ,Alcssen* triangle: whilst. 'the old road was hut ono
canth'aridcp qastanas chalk \ arc 'furnished of the extreme of
catsup, cocu- 'distresses
which '
cratiZancsville has circu-: =and '
a larg then with
-" a triumphant such
lus ndictiS coral l corrosive sublimate the t as
; cutlasses Southpnndthe'operation of the
Tariff -
l la'Gon; tlibRepublicans\ of Oliio mathematicians' .
among were; hartatigiit to use follow
daggers, dirks, down and feathers! of ff nmmpeached oiiiht ofthemselvc f6 : ,
; srftiifyli9 effCCil11 j a great clianguin: pubilu ujnuiuu -1"-r J..1__ _"'f.....-.uuglu
I' all kinds; epaulets' arid wings of gold and l that there,fs cause for alarm. A .I Q,1hnf quarter!, in, favor of Free, Trade.'A }. couJdhO.JoIJRernc.1mitofa doubt, with this
ilver.} filtering tones tinfoil,.frankincense, JJeWrjius-dpiriled and brave 'people will not numerous meeting of friends and,sup incontrovertible axiom. Any two sides

gamboge, hair pencils f:hangers, hemlock, for "er''endure, "such,Jrijuriesv, The man 'porters of Andrew Jackson, of the 'Coin, of a triangle are greater than thc'.third..!
henbane, hones horn plates f for lairthorns, who expects -'-'they" will, deceives himself JY of Iu'kingu!"," ,was held, pursuant to !The'Yankee,' wlio had;been'vell cducaf

ioecacuana,..ivory black Jarodannm\ ;tnaca- nnd does" violence to 'the 'cbaracterii tics public1.notice, at ..Zanesyille, on tJlo'lJd'oflnrch' tlid, 1nd was as familiar ns, his antagonist
;inn, millstones, .naprsIc* ,nuts t ofall.,!kinds t which he accbrds to such a. people.f For 1C32, of'vhich ien..Robcrtlfitcbiell 'withEuclid1* Elements, finding' ,that ho
rattans, unmanufnctrjredrcejlj unmqnufac?" ': arf-cToquenl summary of"what the -issuffering ,was Chairmari-when the following' could not'accomplish his purposes by argu-
tuned, rhubarb, rotten stone,slb'res spyglas and of the manifold evidences I
to solutions:were Junaft/moiiJ/w adopted and a j moat, resorted the only expedient which
scs, telescppcvtarnafinds\ in :sugarorWolasses : = the name fact with which Southern prints'are
; copy.ordered tobq.scnLtb"thq" Senators: of remained for him Ilg was,determined,that
bristles, ox,"horns: 'and ,Oilier'horns-! teeming, we would call the attention of Ohio in Congress: the party should go by) :the new,'road, and
and tips, parts of watches; eextahui4p: :-obi readers to an extract front .Mr:'lIayr.e's "7tejo7crd/That ,we regatd the ::inipbsitioh i. ?&as:ho coilld not compel.taro, 'Southerner togo ".
rants, paintings, drawings, tin in plates'ands ..late speech-in the Senate *f the United ,
*," of tares,'oither director indirect, bx ,with him unless hp could wiri' over ,the
sheets. quills and flax. States,published in, our paper,to: a!. the General Government, for ,the purpose third man, who had listened to both argu-
See. 2. And be itfurlkcrcnacied; Tliat t' of building:oi} one class ortbo' cqrnmuni'tyVor 'rncn\s,'and was rather inclined to favor tho
instead' of the duties ,now payable by law From tile Camden(South,Carollda)JoUhial, '
; ; tone section of I the country, to'tho injury views of the-Southerner, ho btgari to' 'appeal
on the following articled merchandize, [An' ,Arif .N cation 'paper;] of another, impolitic!, unWise'un- to his prejudice !This third mart was
when imported into the United: Slates, 'yo'have 'l hltkily'.had 'the opportunity'of just,'and calculated, by, destroying mutual a native of,the Middle' Slates lie was altogether .

there shall be' levied and collected on the .-peeing Mr. JIavno's speech, through tliq roc: interest, to weaken,the, 'bands of'our Federal ignorant geography, and, in,fact,
,SSlRefhen' imported in vessels .of the Uni- < ium,of .Doltimorc''papers It, i ii' most Unions was of that class of people who, always
ted States, from and after the- day of excellent,, and will add much to Mf Hayn s' "Ruol cd, That; entertaining these opinion think.bl. proxy and arc very happy and con.
-f-- next, the following duties, lo wit already distinguished! rcputationi <' ,v,'- do 'i tips regard the Tariff Ijaws,as they tent to pin their 'faith upon the sleeves of
on ill' teas imported from any other placeflian not'' see ho\v the Senate of thp, 'United'States snow'txjat, as oppresave,and highly i intunoualo those .who will flatter their vanity and minister
aboi''Rttecificd, or in vessels not of can withstand .thg noh appeal: IhJis, the agricultural and mechanical ih- to their false ndliorrs of palriotiain.!

the- United. States, ton cenls'pepdU d, made to itspatriotisiu' its'sence pi comr ti:rests. Qr the "VClt." So to work.Jonathan goes, ", You'see,**
Provided That nothing.herein contained ..
mon justice and 'common rcasort. Air. said lie to the "this fellow
shall affect tire rights,of vessels ,
foreign' : secured Hayne is cntircltright.in telling theen-' from the 6oulli'wnrt3 us to pursue a road
by treaty ate that it I is 'great mistake the ; MlSCIY-.ANEOUS. which
lof'euppofo : at
Seci3.. And! be further cnticicd. That South divided on the Tariil QuestionThe .i r onopoint actuallycrosses over
rho Canada For I have
; tlio the my part, no
From of 4
of j3atiper
(ho several articles
merchandize titutigij
enumerated South!
is not djvfdcd-}it is almost" '
unenimous idea
in this acts wlncli.have jecn, ,or 'shall in its; hatred of that' iniquitous IV tic benefit ot sucJi of our readers as I love pf being .tributary to lo foreign; well countries.to be
be ;bereafter.ptit ,into (Uii'-custom'house system. "It is divided, as our Senator just. in al'6n Political Economy and, !Coiistitulionat -, mjrown Canada country for,the
to of
under the bond of the and LAW too dry a stud lswtJ'il.' ho trav
stored, importer, I ly says, on the; :all upon' | ,I for '
elling. being independent of foreign
jjjall remain under the control of the pro the inequality and injtisticepf'the sjstem. following atpry, leaving the ,leader tp make nations for roads !1'Jd -
of the custoras tae hUovvu application of its contents 'never content
officer ,
per oD; -.day As conductcfof a as vehement .
paper, per* to travel this road: for how dove
of'next, stall 1x3 subject tip no,otter haps, as any other, in its opposition to',the: THIi TIIIlEp TRAVELLERS. know how soon the Canadian
duty thar\> ,if tho 83/ C. were,imported res- ultra of this State fake : government
parly w 9 upon t JS Some foHy-yeara ago,three young/riends may shut it upf1 'J'hi-poison &on OOWUl1C1.work'f
pe t tc1J:,aler that,day. to declare uncquivoctHy;id tio| Congressof sat out togetneWipon.a distant journey in and the Southerner, finding that
'" '. .. 'rI p.-- the United States that 'they will find order to better their condition iri lifq; and ho was likely to bo left in* minority en.
".F/ornthe Ag (AugustaMaiDe.) themselves in a roost fatal delusion, if,they having heard hat famous, town, called deavored to coun.teiact it ,by ndminutterinff,

TOE :A1UFFPISSOLUTIQI OP'TI1E .believe rite Union Party of this State In'any Umoy'Towf, field oat the most encoura- taw.cntidote( of reason *i- It is true,",paid
UNION.nnttoii degree'more favorable to theTAruTlIiarr the ging prospects for now beginners, they resolved he "'that this old road touches for n abort
;: pf these grave topic{ cJ dot ,.l'\ullifiert.; Jfhey have hitherto 'avoided lo'ray it' a visit. Upon enquiring distance upon t territory of Canada, fo"


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'.tt.''' .' ".". '' > /-ttfff. f. t'1')" ," .. .,.', it' '. ': i;,,;t1l! io do 1hat. W b .s 'it1)iUte. "*just bfefof( tlu1C invasion v>f Spaij\ by.the ttoalso tir* t ,when i 1t.J1'01ie! tltJn i k! .mast l\t-r\;
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? QU the will of and tam,tbereiorlj my u'n 1e:1'be Duke D'1ngoulemc.\ t1n'ont'i1lo.A.rrJcnn.sla'.es viol Iiiau,
" 'r.: eslkttdn,there is ceminly no good .. way to ; I
t'\vhy woehbuld refuse to enjoy 'what is for binding him tighter than fie has been before at tho risk of being prcsurapluous -,,; "'con lct t ..Asinsidcrs131e! nundri caf I\il.
tJlSO.wlio had not ors l be1ii) rng
r' clearly an advantage. It i* not tho interest : and forcing him to continue! united speculators by given mcrch"Qt wtssels, Iyin.;
tbcir,attention to the subject,, stigrnaticd .near the shore, died of tllo disease, vlser4
.: of Canada to shut up this ,road, for shoo with! ii!. jrhc Charge of pu.lifica.tlqqaDt1disnn0" 'fs
twasures of Austria m:, !not a soul belonging to tile
gains,by tho travelling tliattakcj.place upon i sc\tlcd all the doubts of this Penn 'cite repressive : T.opaz: wllic1!
it; but, should she ever bo so unwise LS I'' 8yl'lDianVho; lending, a hand, they put establishing a sanitary cordoJi plong"hcr'frontiers layabout! a mile audit flair from sliero., \hilt; \
the Southerner and pulled of Hungary and Gallicia, during communicated constantly with it, Was at-
fresh bonds
to dp it, it will be time enough then for n9 upon
'to travel a 'how'routo--nnd even then a I "htm along. the latter part of the short hut bloody con- lacked after Jler: arriyat! But OliO |1\.atibiiandno i ,

much shorter cut can be found than the one f r.\t this 'point .the story stops short.- test between Poland and Russia. It was hgspita1ntti4ant was: attacked :;tt
now urged'upon us by ourvfriend frdn New-* AVhat was tf1f tliel is notknown.. Per-> our pinion that the Austrian government head-quarters. Nir clufDrcti.; and acrv
England. Let mo ask, would either of liar* atil'futtfr' day we may! ..become ppsses- feared Shore.the t Contagion,' Polishiai<:ic-r small proportion of \>t>men were allccfetf:;

agree ire six' dollars r a Yard,of' set!,6f.its i !which, case, it.. shall be'laid be- l phcndeice..arlclliberty\ than ft flid the, ) itt Ceylon. accondhng: to "kcptity." ; woc:
you . tor Farrcjl: report, ,it lvas.found
domestic clot, now und'' (futt vcr hereafter, fore o'ur readers. It M clear: howeVer";that siun 'chorcrn', : H.dt tbt-
been reached Close on this expression of our opinion disease, on appearing at any one placcal:
of the same quality as a .Core7gn'ono which uSlosrhconld never have tacked alrnost at.the iamo instant i
a vast
could for three dollars merely because by the route the Southcincr was dragGkoA5 follows versification. The last accounts
you buy number of Jiersons, whetfrotnilr: hiibita; : '
'there was a possibility that, At some ged] 'from Vienna are tu the following} effect{ J;- modes ethic, 111dep'a.rn.o ot their abodes

future day,'the foreigner would be)sucli a -... The. tore,anh between' Hungary: ; Austria! could not possibly! hayo cbmmunicatcd it tione'anotliet. /\

fool as not to trade'with-you P lX'-The': Nc w"Yrk Commercial Poland; anal Silesia', arc don/,away wlthj! : 1 : .
'The Pennsylvanian listened attentively has a letter from Washington, dated March and all the cholcru 4 hospitals ar' jo-lAi'speo .,.Vrhe,0oV'eJ'rior: : of ,hc islancofBot n1on'

to thu argument; : which he no1 doubt thought 20.which flaYs, Gov. lyumpkin.lias, advisedhis diT Closed: all persons dyirfg.-jvffhjcholera: ,WhC11tfotmcd! .oftbc occurrence; of'tfiq epi'' I
in it but friends in.Congress. Igttej? receivedon arc allowed to be interred, with all religious ; ;ddmicm the neighboring Jsjand 6fMaur/i/ %
had much weight' ,no sooner was
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that.day, that lie will not dischargathe publicly in, tho 'brdina.rybtftying Us, took immcdiately.cvery) orecantion to
this perceived by tho Yai kcethati he foUpay > Missionaries, that he wilt not abandon the Cut off.t le communication, '; _but in defianceof
Iowe4uly his appeal 10 the patriotic prejudice survey and disposition of the Cherokee jrruuhd, which was.previously' not the most rigorous quarantine; the, iswsHniade.iU ;
'of his dupe, crying out that the I lands, and'that ho: will enforce tbq law. of j]>}r'njiticrfevcn, in cases f persons .bit I the"ntjjFi'eif >ppcaranco ariio'ng the inhabitants:
Sttithcrner} was in the interest and of Georgia relation to the.Indians and their ranks We' took-bccasfan; when Bourbon-,-:"; *,fi. ". -.". I'l '
Canada. This settled the question! and I territory, in ppposition' to the.laws.of the United ensuring, the sanitary cordons, to mention The strictly 'epidemic, character of tin
the Pen 9flvanian hesitated no longer to u- State' ,or the mandates of the Supreme among the evils! which they inflicted, the cholera is evinced inits. oc9urfenfevon'board .
xiito in opinion that the 'new road was the Court ft is also said, in the Governor'sletters interruption to trade As n practical commentary of!ships aUeaAh>tbad Ipi.toucbeJlt ;
thai the people of Georgia and their aoyplace,where it was prevalent Troops
thc of ":
tho best and the cheapest and ,shewing o.rrc tn.cs o jr o-
shortest ; '
constituted authorities will all hit 'also attacked
support were : on.a. inarch
told pinion we be allowed to call the attention I an
these two constituting majority, may ,
in maintaining tho laws of Georgia. Hj open country, attdj c rs.lO: 'flicir.boats bn
the Southerner, that, if he would not go n- I the same mail letters from Georgia, of a of our readers to a sentence contained I the! Ganges, far from any source of ctnta
long with them by fair means, they would most excited kind in relation to tho Tariff",', in the accounteJ just tefcrrcd'io -' I I gion.In.

make him go, by foul. Upon ,this! tfyey arc received. t .fit w r After stating that tire cordons were done a. I reference to thjgcholcra- in Persia, iro
threw a cord round the neck of t'l' ,Sputl., -. way with, it is said-" Trade in general has learn,anoogother facts: ,tbe following h:

erner,,who, continued refractory,and palled From the N.Y. Courier & Inquirer. t in conscience become revel dull here, '(at ly interesting,which tend toshew that
him along." .' ., "Tall Oaks from little Acorns grow."- Vienna,) especially with Hungary, Galli- non-intcrcourso with the',sick of fiua'rVntmo

They had ,not journeyed ,many days ,before There has been sparring and sharp shooting, cia, and Russian Poland, where fill arti- restrictions (d 'bq protection 'to tlosc!
between Governor Branch in the House who have riot yet had the disease.
,to the clcs.of manufacture aDd Injury arc"ICont.ing.
the Southerner begun discqvpr; Mr. White !
of Representatives! ;& Delegate During the prevalence of the epidcmJcat.Tabriz .
reason why the ..tyew-Knglanfler: was so from Florida It, seems{ that Mr. White : ; a city.in lctstJOOOO''ur'1,000 of
.anxious that tbo,'Par ty should follow tho sold some ;timber land to government, The Aust inn:, new route. Jonathan was no stranger to I fo, $5000, which subject came in debate; told become dilly cony n 'ccl that cholera is were prevchtc'd'by fi' ianlsystAffiv., *.;1f'' .ir 1.

the difference between 'tho.two roads, but I and Brancb accused" White of "dAibg" "thy not confagious.and I.'hence, the_doinjf.. ..awn '!Ira'} is-isb"ilay: under the-walis:',! Dllrin".1 I 0 t'If'na,
ho had lately bought of lan,J the government.in'the bargain which led oeumerceeedi. with II" 'rm ". ._. ''';.T' .1001'lI
atract on .. "11:4'...r.I.tlWJ..,".. c\1 .Egentlemen t food rqaon fpr believing that the foer- next day, however, tho 'disease imnifcstcti
new,route, and built a tavern upon It, tor cache* wranglinoutiGJIC : cSPolish itself among 'Vcrr :'and they 'sttiTercd from it
keclicookand alone has
which custom was wanted : and besides } ;:,ii. Jr1As Co (he limber Jand.i= mmatljm' .matternntl war that its openedits'.jeyeaf'Jo.th.is fearslesixiciing.&ViiJntercoufsQ very severely.I Tlicoccurycncc of thcdis i :\j
this a number of his relations and friends Florida,we n Yer :id'ta; ubt but that the ease in this case can'bo, readily accounted
had settled upon the new:road"and had hired : ggvernment.had -gdod ,bargain, and the i .'ViUi' tree Poland for upon the supposition of an ccrial cause,
.b las a shrewd acute fellow, to assist proof that they can.'get back the same original hive $Subsided, fiow that Poland: is ohco r bU ,:Dt upon .that' of contagion'. :
them'to put money in their pockets( by inducing ; prices wlioneveraskcd. Tho moment \mono cnslafa/J/ aid a ftussian province. c l Again we "arc lold, on the same authorty ,
travellers to by their dqors.-= the question of landslides are settled( in I We shall proceed to lay beforg.ciur rl'ail'ens ( .; Dr. Cormick' that the persons comp.os;
pass and laud! will'rise! ing the,family of thej'crsbn, prince quitted
public the first
of facts
rJo \.pr.lvAlo,; a scricsi : touching ;appcarunce -
of tho and
This was thc secret business as
: the oj1 Tabrte after the vielenco of teepidemic !
306 cent. in value. dit1usion of city :
I' per qu'd subsequent cholera -
aoon.tm, tho Southerner was convinced of i had :lrcadyf.began.! to abatc.iTbey,1iovcv"cr
--.-- ,
Jonathan extremely anxiouS'rttd4op I f" : in various l parts: of India, Persia, Russia, carried the
dl| 1>y.finding. From 'a Georgia 'per" .. I, : : cholera alone:
p which will' as fir
.at.everytavern and ginnop! -t and Poland,1 go to prove, with ttxquhlpinL-cb htibited.to be attacked!
the road, he.set up aloud'complaint' on. ipon theselfishness The apportionment bill has at last passed as evidence can prow, that the disease is from tour to six a day, for about ten days i.
and injustice of the Yankee ,in the llouse.of Representatives: and fix03 not contagious, Perhaps shall bo foundat but not a dingle person of the villages thro'which
his and tho Pennsylvania; 'e the'ratio'not.at 48,000, as we had been' limes, repeating, what we have already they passed, or where they slept, toots}
thus emptying ) led to: ,anticipate'', but at 47,700;' and it is advanced in the funner i pages 6f this Journal the diacaeo.Ve find, also that tho,dispcr-
of filling
pockets for the prai e-worthy purpose hardly to bio supposed l that the Senate will hut the j importance the subject, and siou'of collected masses of people;a large
his own Jndeod.lhe trick,was now the dUi
; of whom ,
Wo below the result to part ;
.. I change it. give as the ncc ity of our fellow-citizena generally .
palpable, that even the Pennsylvania, despite Union 'which it will case, as in the religious assemblage on 1I:<*
each Stato in the by
, his muddy' tintcllcct, h could p.help; I cnleltmni )'g.corrcct notions respecting it, banks of the Ganges, or their removal to a
seeing it--aye,and rCf ntingittoo,tit. befitting -, bo seen that Georgia gains two will justify aqy such repetition. We.shall dry, elevated, and more healthy situation,
',.,' "' terms. and has: the. smallest unrepresented: fractionof borrow also, with freedom'from$11 article as in .instance. of the Marquis of Hasting's ,
. any'of trIo States; in the North American Medical and Suigfcal army, so. 'far.from spreading the disease
;nJtno sooner did the Yankee perceive .1pw. Frac. '1030. rrac. Journal, for October last, in which we by forming.so many foci of contagion, Wagsllffi1ie

tins leaningof the mind of Ins victim than' rig.of, ,.. rtdiifr : took occasion togive the history of the disease themsctvessAlthough nt its furth'cr spread even.
he began to play off upon his: : in Mdt1. Mem. among ",
credulity : somewhat ,
nt .
: large .
following ihc' :' :. nlIu'c'rolis! details respecting tho ,
the 8
,language-( !Maine, 7 10,335 11,833 In India she nedical officerS of the
Southerner but at him:) "Have .we. not," ft. Hampshire,* G 4,161 5 :30,826 I. cholera in .Rnssia'aild Poland. have not yet
t said he, "advanced at the prodigious rate of Massachusetts, .t9 3,287 .n 38,007Ittsjodo were the only Europeans in easy! circumstances tiahSpircd.Svo'are in possession cT a'V.aluay
since ,st'ruck .thc' Island, 2 3,059 .2 1.799 who had occasion to ctfYer tlic par- ble body of facts,,wluch shew, tKat the dis
ten a -day' we
new toadZ"' Hero the Southerner.,i AterrurK (Connecticut, 35c;! O. .6 11,465 : jir.nlar districts where the cholera prevai case ,i3 not contagious.. ,., 'r .. : ...," i..J
Vermont, .. 3j.4'M. .5 42,147 ed; hence we jfind a greater number of h
ted him,by saying that on the old road, they. I cw York:, ;s4 8,7:8: '14u 5 10I' i them fail victims- to the disease than of the TSTWifcKRY '

could havOytravelled, forty "Have \vo'. 6 .34,5SS G 33,1 : Eujopcftn.population: generally: ; nevertheless ?IE > '.. ,....,. .... -...'- >.
.continued he in the Pcinsylviija I 1
not, "kept money 26 9,418' C8; 12,472! of who .
ivn,9e..number physicians .
I th9 1VES7'"tl:tr'''. '
country, that Ctliprwiao have been Delaware, t 30,9.5 1 27,7321 1 t'
attacked in fact but -
Spoilt at taverns in Canada!" "Ycs"irc- I Maryland., .4) ,:)1,36- ,8 2.a'Z43: were was, very trifling.Wo WKDNESDAY/MAY 5; M&z:"',,
have the most uuquestionable evidence
Southerner"but havo left Virginia. 2. tS.3t 21 !1)80J; IIo> ) *
torted the _.
you t:= ...
hospitals those in attendance c --- "--,: .
:-----r- ;
North Carolina: 13 36,823 13 thajjn ulouthe ror "
in' than theio would
less money my pocket 1) D sick, generally: 0 d' : Unavoidable circnmstar5cps.Jiaving.... ; .
been had the old road and South Carolina :39,351 19'64"1 verj Jlped..IJJ sgaae; -. -. '.uvr. i"I..l. ; ..
have ,
. .. wo Georgia 7 1,517 9 which is as strong proof p.s could bo offer prevented the appearance.of'our,paper ou
I: :..-_........; .ftr nn..}'aaaAs 5*? '' .
to the Canadians in exchange for ,an equal Tennessee,, "n.0 33,625 30,771 13 13 173Z 6t63 1 ed of its contagious -charagter,' :'At, the."rfll1lar..day, .we ,bave>'continued. ourShippino

value of provisions. "HaVo wo not," Ohio. '1.. t.'t,4:1'. 19 23s52 I Nagpoof( says the Bengal report( thejhedkcalstall' ,.ist.to theSJlh, 'May;,' .; i1:* .*

prdcee dod ,the New-Englander--tZtTecting( Indiana, 3 27,08 '7 '9,130 remained for<< :several day, night .. f-4' "" +CI ooo '"" r ,'\" ', ,' ,
clot, tohcar the.knqck-domi, answef ot theSouthernerJ'bave Mississippi, J 22,324 2 14,958 and day.inth'aliospital! and.yct.nll ,cscarpod. or"sve:: ate indebted to the polite attention
trio riot witnessed, on Illinois, 1 14,845' 3 14.041", In the Hospital of the 1ltoyals'saya>> of',the Flqp.'ItoliertYUui'ne. for'the
Uiis.new road, unexampled im'pmvclJ'ientU1I11ii : Louisiana, :. 3 'b783 3 28SQ4 thotJ\Iadais; rcpprt, only onoindivi ual out ; ''Vy'IIaTntuidStejihcnjbMiiler '
Missouri, "1 2 ,496i 2 35,019 lntndredarhd attendants following: Spcechcsr Ifons. Rr:
not the wilderness been made to bios- of one one ; waS: rt *
SOli as iliOTose. Have not farms and viI. .:Alabama1. ,,tf \ '...... _6 24,008. tacked., In jhe general hospital, iri:,India,. ) nt tlc'Tariff, anJ7ilr.

lapel sprung, up, as if by magic "All ,f2:--e'.450,358' 240 475,476. it is stated, upon the authority of assistant, Bc"nton, on Public-Lanils.. .' ,r> ,-

very true," retorted tIre Southerner, "but ,\. surgc Whytc that: .the fiends and{ relations -. S; Ce "aavoalso.received: from the IIon.J"; :'

... dt whose expense-r-at the expense of otl. ';?" From tlio Journal Health. of tho sick i ',who,by/assisirigtho; ;patients -, :Ml.. Vhitga. number.'oT. : Public->Documents.' .

er parts of the tountry, frooi which the po jTho' Asiatic, or, the epidemic spasmodic f \\ntqandkOiit, 6/ the faathLan4, every, -.t.: ', -o9- .. .

\watioii' has ,been Withdrawn'L andat.the cholera, so long the engrossing subject ofconversation other way, werpthereby, exposed:tovbq.at*' '. W e,have extracted liberally from our tileq

expense oftravcllcrs! who,like myself avcr-, of doubt and dismay: on tho tacked by the disease whether it be coil- 'of j apors In relation to.'the'Georgia Question -

powered by numbers, have been f forced tot continent of Europe begins now.tq .divide veyed through the mcdium'of an .infected t and tDe Tariff 'V"c are no't disposed toad
travel this road,'against their consent; At a public attention, in Groat-Britain, with tie ntuiasnlierc .qr by the touch in nojnaiancowere '
sacrifice of.thelfltmc,comfort,and money. reform bill, itself. As 9' question of.really a1t'I ltctetJ; ,neither, wvroi ij.ia dooly bearnof any thing 1 .to incrpase( tho great political
In all these replies there was too much rrtoiQcntous, interest to' tlio vholq civilized, "",. hospital assistants. In Deputy: inarrell excitement: t bfch afrca/1 i\mttipJ.t( ly prcrvails

sound.sense'not to make an impression'c'en world, we deemed it'our duty tqlay. before, jhla tor Reiwit Jit Columba .inCeytont4o -. : ;tint x at u.the f same'icifi. .#:\i*Bold,if it to *be

\ upon the stppid Pcnnsyh'11n.im,1&0 o readers: aa.brief;but,M'e.hopcd, a lucid have tfcx***r1.f ***;Jk(WI*;: VltW llVU, Ollf duty to keep I our subscribers! tinfqrjnco.of .
began to waver much to the.annoyance of history of.tho beginning and nrpgre&i.of.of 'of the ,non-coiuagiotis4ic33 of the disease: << f..Iotru.c;! state of affairs, and tq what; e*:

Jonathan: .who,*'fiiuiing no hope left him this dire disease; together with sqchriQtice3Tof he remarks also tint it Jias been, Vhown to! tent the'dissatisfactiph: of the; p'eopl-.l.aa.! *
'but to keep alive the prejudice which had its modes and times of j invasion, 'n41'the attack: (;aticnt,4 A Ithitled Into l tjio hospital done; :and,,Jiow much further still it is,likely

thus kept'Him on his side, abandoned all circumstances modifying its attack, ,as for other complaintsand: to fmvp cajricil }b bd carried, if something bo riOt pecJilt

idea of accomplishing'his end by argument, should place its true features in a clear them off witfj its\ p:3uatplp n4ityiand.t n>tto, done.to redress..their grievances'! '; ,'* .t ,
and proceeded thus: ttTbia Southerner point of view. Doth when trca.tillgexprcss. app ir agahvin. trio sanieriospitaalthougtiit ) I .
pretends that we have dealt unjustly and ly on the subject, as well as when speaking raged; in all directions around It.foreign 4 r' 4th t o--.i- 'Charleston
.' Arrived
unlawfully .with.him by compelling him to of epidemics in general, ,,,< 'ffp iiitcvllgton: : IJt tlrotjlcra, fr 1l1'Q I on the ._

come this road 'Outfit not a majority always 1J ioif tc)., xprcss our' belief! that the cholera! !) source, tfIouglioldly-! assc/jed it) and.a :cruize, tbe heicnuNCuttgrhlarionuetitegant :

to govoru? TFhat right has one 6f is not a c.on.taSlo dwcase; that Quarantiuaregulations reference; to several of the Indian and RuV Day, By this vessel .we have

the parties to a contract to demur against in .regard td it axe of called., for, scan: J provinces,"by the advocates of.cpntagjipn -. received.ou r regular i .files of pa pen.. .

the interpretation given to it by a majority t and unjiistinaolejkand fnly aerva'lo.'trammel has; not in: a single instance been sa- *,'> '...n'f* 1 -. .
None whatever\ A contract, unwritten or commercial intercourse between nations lisfoctorily: proved. Ox tho..contrary, all Mr* AUDAEON the celebrated Ornitholo\

written, U nothing in the world but what a ; and, in finc. that the system of cordons the facts .whicC have been collected are in giat.uriyed at.tltu place, on the'4tU inst. in
majority for the time being will it to be.-- .lanitdirc*?, as, adopted, either 'originated favor of the opposite opinion.>>i Thus, into the Revenue Cutter Marion, from Clanle.
I,therefore, pronounce this! Southerner to in ignorance of the true nature of the Isle of Franco it is saU tohave been,
be disaffected* to tho good of society, be- cholera,or in a sinister;and Jinholy spirit of imported by the Topaz frigate, which arrived ton. \Veare informed that Birdie heiiiv'tteen the very *

cause .he will not submit to the will of a government policy to ,cover some ulterior from Ceylon on the 29th of October, successful in procuring along
nU ority-.a nullifier,because he insists up- designs, adverse to tho happiness and liberties 1829 but ix appears from the report of Dr. Reef and on the Florida Keys. Weunderstaod -

tuntHhal ho has a right to judge for himCelf of the people. }Ve instanced the case, KinnU, that cases of tb.3' disease had occurred that the ue of'tJniteJ States'>esseU

Avheiher the contract to or be not vie of France establishing her sanitary: cordon in the island on the 5ih and 6th ofSeptember have been generously lenilpred to this gear,

|ttedard ti. iSunionis', because he says to prevent, as was alleged,.UK contagion of although thu disease did not tleirran.'a : sufliclenUy cpre\\ ocr
further with fever from crossing the Pyrcnnecs prevail!1 extensively: until tho l8t&of Novem. liberal
fjo \rill. not go one step 119.-. yellow I pleasure a?!4 approbation at this .

.""'!t.,, .' .."
pr: '
I Ivr,. ., '* ,, "
..'. cc ,
"itt' t I t .f et tt c- r
epp8te, a ttoffcrVen&lfcciH. -: \ ': '.government of tW aiJdw,shall P.. De It enacted fiylrllfeliernor: and tea : i
pense of government In bo called' JuayfMyamJ' in a (!:i Ulative Council i of the'Icrrlfbry of Flona -
.. :; a pc oll.to '
;tics 7 to Icteoti>.' ",v SV-t :"" I'f.: ; Board_ of,six. Aldermen to. I 'elect I ift fI 1'hano ecllltAyd: fink en .ntpfcteitlnff.within l; this TerritorxKhali Itauon to .>_t
labors. ;,.. : : 't the and at the .
T Y I mnmcr, and'b,1ho' persons' any soldierseaman or. .marine in tho service '
, time hereinafter tjircctcd, : United' t ( "itLoqt..pCJrmia.
: of the ea,
, By the following I 1 Sec*. 31: He-it: furlhcenacted,.That all\ sion,ig writing from hhjor tbplrreipectif, ; e.
that tho Secretary of i oel ru!! tub" : free white malp persons,over- the ago! of c o ninapditlgt( qff ceT".u*lt\er ,penphty. +if riot,.
cfficien.tmea9ure8 for 'tvVc'nty-one years, wlio, 'shall Itavo resided 100 l ,Van,tivcntjftvpdellars, to, bo pa tdf9r ,
within the limits of ihb laid city, t'ehoinbnllis the use of the 'J erro '
from tl.o.Tcrritor o | .--.rc ': :d---- A._ 'bfblcction* and aec. 2. A n-\ .he u citrtber"enacntoa, That.
}pr rcbious to (tl1Y ,
feet of great nnd. !I if ,person orper on' within this Tcrrl-
the UditbJ Sats;
'Yh leCiircnbf
for.any .
find has been \VILLI.ctltlS'TE\V n.r, shall Juivc it rigli\ to ,'qtb. hc'r a ,Mayor I and' tpry,arms shall, purchase ammunition,(barker clothing prfcXchapRC' ,\110'

par G1olrDel! 'NO: 89MEnCADERE8 ST. six Aldermen; and Umtsgchelection shall' possession of.any soldierseamanor; :marine,

white.." .. ,; Has just rrccircit: at his CrocJttry and be fcdd on tho (first Monday in .April, ,In I in thy seryiqo of the Ur\l'e\1SJatCJ'1 sucK
1 : *$-'/-','' '\ t: Glass Store the following art dt.t.{ chcll and every year, at such place as said pcrsoaor persons ao, ottendiuRhnlldust
,;'.v :,'$r. >; and tho votes> ar\d thQ silts of twenty dollars ln.n1Lo(
fo- ; appoint cp-y
1":..' ". "; I 'Chahdeliers; of tarious sizes incorporation :may this actisialf; )
DeAn Sm:=I have : GLASS Glass Lamps shall be given by ballot.Se' several penalties imposed by
patterns. the "tird hereby declared to bo
of thq'Slst inst''will. 'fur halls; frniit O m** 10 inches; it ari'dtus.at' ; 4. Bo it further enacted, :That tho |be recove and blob1achon same .p( debt, bill 'phintor
latter I enclose to
terns. Elegnuily Cut and fll1ih Glass'Sh Mayor and Aldermen of said: city shall information .before: ,any Judge, or justice
I satisfiedthat
rida am Indians is not des. GlaSs, null Iiateil 1nt1lcsticks; meet at such t.i.rpcSt and at such ;places, in the Terrritofy, lsaying jurisd cti6n of tho
istence,than it is to French and English manufacture' Cordiiil I wjtltl'rl tho limits of said corp oranon.'us.they same onv half to the u",,. pf. the, informer,
of our citizens who Stands with glasses.; Plain and (diamond \hay tliink'lnQt1ert<:ana their meetings aud the other half, pr.wh.cn: there ,is no, informer
hope the! ,measures n ; cut glass Decanters. English shall bo public\ ;; and the, Mayor and not Vho whole penaltyfor the,use of thaTcirritQryV
to1bat'result. ; I' less ihaii throb Aldermen shall bo neccssary % ... -i: .
French and Gennan and cut glassTumElers
plain .
for transaction of Pauo4Fcb. 1, 1f 3-Ar.proyed',..Fcb'4,
tions oC the 1>.epnrt : ; df all sizes. Cordial 'Glasses I to form a quorliiH Ute .
103'2. _
ing to' restrain the of all qualities: llbiihd glass Flower Pots business; '. t 1"-..'. ,... .
any, of depredations the Territory.I various: sizesi Looking Glasis, with, p giltand ,Sec. lJ. Be it further cnllch.d'Fhut.it; An Act to provide{ > for' ; tho collection, of

part' .ami 'dear Sir, malipgany l framestgssortcd, i\oni 1.l half thcJMayoror' any Alderman pf;aatd city Judgments against free.negroes and oth-
':Your yard to 2 yard with and without painicdviews. : shall be abcit inbre Ijiah't\Vq: inptjitiis, the persons, therein named.. '
Ladies' Toilet Gla ess. Mahogany < tat of subli Major Ur Alderman.shall; : bo lie it enacted by tho Governor ahd"Ie-

Hon. Joseph M. Chests rtf p'C.rs. A large nss .rl. \Ucemcdf I\-acdtbd;arid an clbction shajltb \ "jslativpCouucilof the 'i'crrituryof"Flori-
Housb of Deprcse ment of'varnishcd'1'rays, from. O.to :30 in ; ordcicd to fill! such 'vacancy, and .fh'q Ua, That wjcnany person ..shall have ob--
dsfeorted! fibln 1 to 4lightsrglasseV days public notico thereof shall bo givent gained a judgment against any free ncgroor
Shoji'Lairips( mulatto. Indians excepted, residing
The Supreme ; : {ivei t hts 1 anil wicks for do. t before: the said election shall take place. within tho limits of'this Territory: it shall
in ravo'
redondo case. I'Street Lanterns. W! d y'gJtuUI.. rhl.1 si- S*:C. G. Bo it further enacted, Thatit be lawful for any justice o( the peace, or
-.-: r-" zes.' Looking ;Glass piatt-s (or I bilcts of shall ho the duly of tho Mayor of. said.city for tho clerk of,any court of record in which

18 inches.. Plated and varnished! ,Cruotts, ., to order au election forMajor ant\ Alder- such judgroebtuiay ,1)O obtained, to,, issue &
; glasses: for ditto. ,A' Collection! of incn/at; lohit ten Hays Devious to' the tihioijiercinhcforb ( capias ad,l cspopdendtuin.agaipst the defendant -

r ... -Iz, _J LJJ_ ____,_.__ __ Engravings, in setts of 4, C, and 8 in'utt... prescribed l lot their;annual p.jcclion' defendants, to, said, judgment for
( nnd the AInyoif shall fel\6b or the condemnation. jnorxov in 'uiJ judgment
PORT OF Cane and .straw bottomed Chnlrs-\Vand" .! ; together with alt costs .thcrcou
K sor/ ditto. 'Frencli. earthen! j jarsj" vaiioiis ''neglect tb order aHd d' : \ o'fc'a'iU.t'JtQtiQniiUhaU.bA&o'itatylK < .
ttl ct tn.cd.. .' r "
?ARRIVED. : # :', size?.' Cupping Glasses! ,Japannpd'fini1rnSrthvnware \ ; clerk'or eiidir\-i ,:> Sec. 2'. Do it furtherenacted:. ,'. That' it
.' '. ...' .. Spitting Boxes.. Ac, mp1cic co\pojation to db t: i j- iuid. If the cletl,,rq* shall; lawfully virtue of,any'execution! i.-
> :' '- -',..;.4" [ !ml\"IJlu"n",1; brawn oJe a tl fusc'uf neplcct to do so, it shall and rnuy and du srir".adl, fnr.lhn nflwri rt<< rows, Havana.' '. : arid 'blue printed Earthen Ware. buUAvlul: iVr the citizens saId city; wjibhja'y i I the.' ii'4| execution, and!such .officer.; tcrch -
"fr"1'..27. .tcwcta'S l.T ; ; Dinner setts, elegant patterns do. be entitled to vote for' f ii, Mayor drill icqujircdlt1o; levy upon, sei wc an&takethp.bg4ygf'c3ch
Desert do 'do "do Atucimcn of said to'a'Kemblo at dofcndantaagainst.wham
ftTorth" ; i cityj; any
7O( ,..Tickler, ColTeo do lo ''do. I I convenient'p'lace; in suid city, jmtTiJpp.blhl WicK execution may hav'o issued, and', uehJeferul
with variety-of articles to 'said election;: and dues \ nt.ll ,taken, safely to keep until. .Baldexecution
too tedious ,
,. Brilliant, Together a judges conduct! i is discharged and satisfied. ;
May.' ", Schooner to enumerate; all of which will. be- .. ,may then'prbcebil to elect a.l\1nYor'Q.I1: six i Sec. 3., De it furthcrell\cted. thatif/an/

gas, ballast.. s lc.lllt ecru. tempting. prices.. 'Ald rulcl1l \\1.0! shall ho' sworn into office defendant in'execution, taken as'aforesaid,.
.' CLI Also, by any Judge or'Jtisticcof the Pchfcb i in'the sj hall not I'\1yand discharge the same,.wit,..,
April25. Sloop : SPERMACETI OIL., county; after which, the Mayor and Aldermen Ktlip term qf fivodays.fronjAapd after''tho; !
Havana. For saleby wholesale and retail. so elected, shall imrncdiatcly} enter uji011 time, of leyyjcg, upod/ijiin, .. bcx. o... hem, of
26. Schoopcj; 1Ia':ana, April 1, 1832. 'Sl.tf: f the duties to performed by thcint any.such excputipn as aforesaid, il,.lj;lj andplay
(R. I.) cottoncoffee See 7. Bo it further! enacted! That the i bjp tlYlut.\ .any oftlcer\ executing;andjletying.
27. Sloop Lorf to; and Aldermen of,said, city .shaft such, :WT1 .to ,advertise the sale of'
don,wine, master ; iENVEL Mayor -\he seryicei of uchdc/eQdaut. or'.defendants
Schooner '- AliMAOENdo have power and authority, prevent 'anti) :to any .person.who' will pay and,discharge
York, molasses, by loza y cristalcs tie D. Gmo. Stuart, rt-movo nuisances, to restrain and prohibit such execution, .with the costs accrued -
3$). Sloop Nor tf.- : : all sorts of 'gaming, to establish& and regulate and accruing, for sirs services for
humero 88 calla de Mercadcrcs.G1E .
vana. ? markets! the safe keeping, of weights ,he*shortest space of .time J'which said ad-
Tickler, n ( ecabart. }, recibir los cfcclos sigui ".1l.1lfIcasurc. *, to regulate.streets, squares, crtuctnent,{ shall be posted at }wo or more
May 1. Sclir. / _5 uiit'es. Bombas de diez a ctiez y ecia arid fCUCCB. _U...oily, .to i:..n... -wg1 kblUitwplacA; .in', IKcounty'. whcrfi ,such ...
lumber by F. A. r'I pulgadas de difcrcntcs hcehuras., Guarda- ers, to regulate and appoint'patrols, IQ,pun- udgment shall bo rendered.
> brisas lisas y la'oradas. Quinques para sa- isli vagabonds, to erect and keep up wharves, Boq. ,4. Be it further enacted, That. such
,. do tamanos I sale shall, not ,talto (place before .the .!lAD o
Ia6 VaViop
elegantes figuras.
JIt11e Schr \VIJI ( y to appoint) pilots and regulate pdolago shall ha'vd ,Len advertisedtep days j it'
Capt. J, Fish'and \ CancVelcros. t de Jilatiiia.; Id. do cristal. the, harbbiir r>f said city, and the entrances I shall be, by public ftuc ioq. jit the time and
and lady, J. : Cop ns franccsas: o ,i inglesas con sus. sios. into the. same; to regulate the'anchor placo designated in such advertisement.Sec. .. '
In the Schr. Copitaspara toda.clascde Itcores. Hotel- age and jruooring of vessels in said harbour, 5. Do it further. t..1'b.t any
IF. K. NewcornV', las de cristal Hsqsy cortadas punta de dia to tax nnd license billiard 'tables, to tax negro or, mulatto,sold a'llfoteaaldallall far
C. Tift.. mante. Vases ingks'es" francescs y alcma- and license hawkers, pedlars prid.trijtisjcjit, i the, tic| (or "hich he, qlo or they may' be;
do tudos tamanos lisos labrndos.Florcros sold, taken. and held aa slave or slaves, and
----- ues, y traders, to tax retailers of (try gcxjda and "
NEW : redondos dc varias dimensiones. groceries/'Commission merchants, arid auctioneers in all respc9ts liable te\ flue fame ..penaltiesahd.
1 bound-to.
coH marcos dorados do caoba ttclitmentand: perform,anyservice
Espojos y to tax free mulattoes and "
: ; negroes, which his, her or the if oivperi
; ,may
"@;$ desdp media, () liaiita dos vans do, luna con slaves-provided the tax'on slaves shall! notexceed require in the lame manner as sltves .arp
pais y sin cl t. Tocadorcs para scnorus. Co- the Territorial tax-on them; they bound.. jk t ', .

modn,;..dip caobA,. .Up gran surtido do van- i shall have power to levy a tax on all,improved Bee. 0. .Be'it further.enacted, That if hay -
dojas,dechrp\tcseisa! : treiuta y seis pul- ,real estate within said city of not free negro or mulatto, sold, for a term of

gadas. Lam'pajas propias Para tibiidu dc more.than One half of ono -perccntum'upon time as aforesaid, shall, run-away; 'from his,
.. lgiies. tuvos her or their owner or owners, such: person
una t1 cuntro ;; Mcclai; y con- its value, and one half of one jwrcen-.
ti ESPEbtFUL : trapes park cllas.,, Ftirolca do calle. Vsdrios ;, turn, on all unimproved lots within said:city, of color upon of summary the complaint shall before be any -
Lls and the justice peace, and may
public de lodos Lunas
;pianos tapnnos.: iil'ra which unimproved lots:: shall bo. valued at condemned .to servo doublo, tlio.timo for

opened alan: Key a,Private.and! will: tocadorcs db dicz y echo tmfga'da. ,.. Vinogrerag twenty-five .dollars per acre, and'lIaid taxes: ,. which! ho.sbq( p{ thpy, shall tave,nui-away j
bbi rower-to dc,platina y de cljarol! ( ..Pocjpssuellos ., on real estate shall bo assessed by such per which summary complaint mal.be'maJe,
who may favor'him, pars las misrnaa; Collecciori, do s.ui or persons and in such manner as theMayor and condemnation for mor'c service, Awarded
1 1 is terms arc cuadros do cuatro, scis y ocho' :;.en tolcc and Aldermen of said city, shall by any justice of the peac a, often and
? April 11, 1Q32. cion. Sillos de rejilla, pajita y, rhadcri dcc! rn most proper. They shall also havo' as long, a" said. free negro or mulatto so sold
I !fin irancesas de varias, cabidas;: Vnitosas shnl| continue to run-away. .
: NEW: Ju \ power and authority to enforce all laws of
Sop-7,.' And be it futherenactedjrhat
A young ,,, muy superiores. Escupideras {thllllsnlal1o'laton the! Territory)end of their own body regu this act shah bo in forco:; from and after its

des as sobri as a SI\ y hoja dc lama cliaroladas.Uncomplcto .- latiohtlip} iua4rwhtir& of jessels and for pauagQ. ,., . /
boys can be : ; surtido do loza itiglesa Blanca jhc J pruseiyatioh( of the tieajth of said city.. Passed Jan, 20, 1032.-Approved. Feb,4(,.

original piece1rl de orilla ozul y verde y nzul ring. Ba- 1'jy shall JiaVe power to appoint a health 1832. '. '.-4-. ..
Called the : Jillas finas do dclicado Juegos ; .
muy gusto. 4r t in( suc" other officers as they mayIhifJ'.jrtcccsfary
I de [x>strcs inglcscs ,y Iranceses. Idem de jb carrot Jfjto1. eiTect their '-. .

j TER\is-Tho cafe tie ynriados y muy' bonitos 'dibujos, y law JntJ tftltnahces, and generally tp provide I' AN ACT .

excellent 100 pages IGmo., at : .otros djfcrcnes efcctoa: cuyo d lnl1q.. scria 'for| the interior police and j gooD gcivimimerit To, provide for the buildng a Jail at ,Key

Persons type ihuy prolijo, todp sccspende a precis sumamenteolunativost of said ity. f 'U u \Ve t. .... -'

entitled to a copy ; : de crnia tambien se espende See. 0. ,Bo it- furthcenaqted 1 ; ; Thal/. t' BO I< B e; i U cna'cled by the Oovemor im4 ,Leolslalivfe .

*. ,gt; : grasa cs(> per mayor..: menor.. .. much of the laid cil! as'is now.used( uiid Council i of.the.TeniloTy.or J'JhJi-

01. OT Su\Jscr; ( LAWS THETEjmifcnY'OF; -FLa 1 occupied by the Unit clSIatCII-for the 'erefetjnn ,uaj; That 'a furtl;r, time of twp years. ji lierc-

: *v IT: Si I of Barracks and tor other purposes' ishereby by allowed tbe.cammissionera I >idled to
+, or ; <
trVTOnTHE.A8t I' ; AN Atri' of said corporation,and not sal\ /jectto; at Key.'v st: tp.jcop'iplmp theprQvidcd same,
; : .
J.5. Warehouse- ;to Incorp'orato. ih'e City of Key \Pest{. 'any of thc, laws and ordinances made fort however; ate said conunissionera -

Key West, Pcb; !j *. Bo enacted by the Governor. ahd Legislative lie government.of the same. shall within three mpnths row' thepaFsage
the. of this act, make and execute anew
Council of Territory of Florida
Sec. d. Bo it further enacted That 'all
1 bond with ,auflicicnt security in the
nil the white inhabi-' ,
That male
; \ Jaws
and ordinances' of
: said city hall be
sum to'f two thousanddpllara' each for the
\ tints of: that part, of the Island of ,Key / ,
rehended within the limits posted up at or more ot the most ,faithful peVformanco of the( duties assigned
West,comp pre- \pullic) places\ in said pity, at least three
.scribed by the plan of said 'town, now on IliQm and for ski .completion of the said
before shall take
file in the Clerks office ,in the 'county of [day* they efleci., I jail and cistern withi ,th.o limo prescribed by

Monroe, be and they are hereby consmui See. 10, Bellrurtjjerenacted, f bailie( Itny, the said bond to be approved by tho

... "ji/lT RS. ( too a body) politic and corporate by ,the Mayor of said city shall have.and exercise p/Cflidins jusUccj provided alsovtLat said
ITJL from Call d natire and style of the City of Key \West all'U>o powers ef a.Justice of the Peace coramisioners.shall make out a truoF state.

Cal1e.Obripia.. and by their corporate harno rna 'sue. .and L t, ':Ua'aDa', Jan. 1. sued, plead and (jc imnlcaded, grant sac receive thesa'ne fees in all cases which he from whom, and all nxpenditures up to tho

receive donations, and do all other: acts ai may: be called upon
-LIf/n natural persons; and may purchase find cc.H.Andf reItJ'urttierspacjcd'fJiatthe ; ) : at iljq ,time of of giving aid bond to saidpresiding

hold personal'ieal nrmizedjwopertj: and iI j act,entitled "An act tot incorporate the justice, to be by ,him fort/iwitli
120 000 : I dispose of the i.me.flr( the henefit of the Town, of Key West," passed the 8th of transmitted to the Treasurer of the Terri-'

Tlyder Aly, Mid city; and .may leave aDd use ar corporateat s? q", J 828, be fd.the same is hereby, repealed tory.

!or sale b, ;which rMy bo brokers *or altered I and thatd.1S 'act shall I be in force. Passed Jan,.20, 1832. prro\'ed,11 .

> *' Key Wett, atpleasart. ; t* 'mm the first daj of April next :30, 1832 ;
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< : Ami CO" DJULY 'tlmo'or ,
'I. P THE, trampled by those with whom we, have confederated AL x" ( r-
, Si\iJi'mGIrr3 AtfD JFKEn TIA,11i1 ,atliomc. lichee is titallf inporCmt I A Journal 0 hoc ''eQcej Iii Po,: cling the r. ..bCI1' that they

t. EVENING POST.' hat the'power should bo bosastainci tore aTtd yj ,.,; '" will retain. n pcr cent of

: which alone can compel a strict;obstrvctionof unl r:t'FJ" tic amounircccitdd, ;r, as a remuneration for
:' TtJ :c,{atilt lutist,;. ,1Thatlcstthof in tho Charter. Thai power resides will TIJE CITY GAZETTE tat'ono 0ot J1)heir trouble.. '

Uioqat"Owe apdr' 'devoted' to the Gael Stato ':'Sovereignty. It is the State cst existing JournSiU in tho U.. Six ::, Editors
; ofpapers
tal ,O tvitlivliom
diei.rn bcen deem'oil \\'e
aiipp'rf (, ex
: ,io arrest > 'few -
cpirr8d illfexceptions'
: Rigbt of interposition
cpedicnt by"tti,.. STAPE IUCIITS"atidrnEE : sovereign UnBelr': any pKctojils chang are requested t to give the above anI
the of Federal Agents. ThcteAistcnce -' been Americanand
usurpation hate
'TRA'DE IAUTY. Id'w'imianco insertion and: thttfavor will bo
of this right as the, conservative, popular.: Of late years, from! neglect I SfflBk rcciproca-

, t of this determination', Tfl6 EVENING principle of.oArX'onttifiition. is no new,doC' more than any otJt ccausb,its htluence and: : tecf .... -:'f. Y ; ,.

POST: tall.bo cornmenccd tbeVeqUislte I as-a Daily office Evenftik trine ;, it is co- val with our Federal polityand patronage had visibly ecl .nrd. \f.iLI in'tl19- j .."J, n.' ,i:;f f. 10... &. i ,"" .",'', ...: ,
JoUrriat,9o'6opri a* '
: ; 'asserted its founders and, contemporary I '
was' by however, th6 prescntfproprietprr,
arrangement can"4ic comt ted: expositors rrhis principle is Jattyu-: : ourlpohcy", 'The following an ice! t gj .atlf np11 ted
entered >
'tenets tf which ffic ''f fVii'in'Pos having .upona/ J :
The' political (t '
: will bo devot&J" 'arc so 'familiar the characteristic! feature proudly distinguishing more ,consistent wijh.jhopqlitics} < pf two in this paper: VVe repu >hsh It on account

t IiaVc been, burs from other Republics not Fe South, and having made nuinerous'additions ; of having latelysccn ,a.copy.of it in a Boston -
this community1 so lobjjulieflfojfluiChl
to deral in their clemcnls. In the latter, a the mechanical improvements of their with
of discussion! by 'the to iojbrj !. many errors and SnaccirVcics : .
subject :
Constitution is, in fact. ,by a symbol of public establishment fittingitontin a ncwandmandsometype :
by fn the ions tuck
so often and triumphantly latitude, J : ahd
and I ,
prdss- haoebec: i construed and varies with : bearing
Opinion js by and larger sheet and, .
ona '
lint minds in our ) of :of tliq .iIous ,
vindicated by'tJ while ''in some Light c's. It is c\i-\
. the changing will of & majprity ; than heretofore -
State; and iq the Federal cbqncjjs, that it ; it belter description' paper ; dent if this erroneous tcmcntLI follo
is deemed tirinepcssary:\ t6 promulgate more our Jlcpubtic a guardian! power preserves lay claim to, and havc, bcgn'faVpred<< : .w.ith,|.a: vcdj -
; it will mislcdU
action. Materially the
of :
as a permanent rule and proportional 'increase of"ratronage"incl1JtD =Alarmfcr:
than,they.fellow moreoetdiledpo)ng exposition,;titic9lclreed.YFrco nrhichlsofler-! The formal recognition of such a right large new subscriptions and gene' and so fair from ybeingts; .t uide1 i ,to"wirtr1: "him'from :-

cd in liciiof' race a mtJe'tiadocafed'aa tlic4tc-; on the face pf the Charter Would have been, nlaJvertiling"Vltbm( the last year,.their. '. a1gerJ,will! suli I,ject| Lint fp tlc ury
superfluous,'in'as1 much a.1it resulted necessarily of has been swollen by ,an ac 'btir
list 'Inch
patrons difficjiUics fignmst pulriicatinh.was
tat'o of an:'cn.lightcn.ea', p olicp--as a privl-1 between : .
.fpdm the formation of a compact '
lego: of the ptoptcwhlcb impartial justice having no cession more than,Three Hundred Cili-: mtcndcfl! to gn: r('. .Wc' ..adyic. Editors i-
independent sovereigns li'illi
zoos to which new names arc
rulers of pountry- to
requires from the very common umpire.- As feature> of our political : almost daily added. The, pro: pubh'sh the fullowiuig'which! may L'c
And ae a right,which,in ours, h guaranteed. exception, relied .acCurate .
on w : "
framers of that system, it is of course a political,not a prietorsin order the better merit that encouragement f 'j,7-

by the Constitution.instrument The Withheld from the revolutionary rights, Formed for the protec- of which, it is equally; their "For.the jAfonnatjon; t>f:Marmcrs grn -

generated Federal the power to protect,manufacture rion'of a\ipin6nty; from \he' l usurpations of pride and pleasure,to acknowledge so much rally the hate procuredfrofrrtflb Colltcfnrol
by restnctive'dillieS ; it hat been the Federal authorities themselves, and bas been received, from their friends and 'the Port,, the! following schedule1"or tlic

usurped by a perversion of' the1 'tet nue from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens vo established in connection situation \l\ti Light Houses" along the

flower, and i6r exercise; involving sectional through' the subserviency of those authorities with their office of business, spacious: Florida' shore, under, his suneTHifentlencc'Cape

oppression! i for sectional aggrandisement the Constittltion.ifsclf! : ,a.pr6lc9tion> Reading ,Room, in which,.the, chief:',Public .
ctio "ho f FloridaASatjqnary.. Situated
Reliance for surely wa |
lias,rie'ccssariljr,produced a sectional! exasiperatiori tbatr'rot Journals find their .way; and ;arg:carefully'filed the south
e th parlies: ag'ain'sttvhomit on pointer Key Biscayne
which cndarfgcrs the permanency placed in from all the States ?nflour 'Union. ,
of the Uniorr. It is ImpVKsIbjo! liat tlip' injured wa%! pr1vjdeda'sashield; The 9uprcmeConrt'heing This room Uf/ec! with J all its facilil .cswfth about ,4t)0 yards ffn)m the beach TJ.d '

parties c 1fn .t'olcratelegiilatiori i Roman- 6tfe of the Federal hgcnts,w!hs outclarge, to aft patrons 6f'tho Gazcttd.A Light,may,be considered 70 feet above the

jfostly unjust! and unequal in its operation. not, therefore, NoV entrusted 'with its political the regular weekly5<<: Prices .Current,'ih !letterfotm 1e\'ol'oltbe sea,. distant from Jlio" Gulf
Without first"pjrovirig, which': its impossible! '* 0 guardianship! ? ballot, 'box-heenginoef have been -. and I'ipon\ a' fine paperriftabloor Stream about V7 ,mle, $. Vessels drawing
rnljoriti-thc con
that the benefits 1 ( the protection hre equal The sectional correspondence', .carefu i1y Collected; lOfeet y\tf proQcfyi it1 1I '.2J 1-2 miles

ly apportioned to all the States -it is gross sidcrcd as the safeguard.'no influence the with thc most correct,estimate,of two true I 0f.'to f e.'J..rgllt.. ....tnt.25. 47NLong.S0' ; ,
on representation -
minority can, exert and
Absurdity to contend that ,the bnnJent'of condition of the markets, 'put itpon time 42 W. -- .
uppri theta of a sectional majority. Theresponsibility most Advantageous terms to all that! comp '
the Tariff pres cipjallv 1t.Iotr of representatives butscciires laghr'IShftVtafida; Issiftflcil
it be a'tax consumption! exclusively, :asUs : under this,!class,isalsoissuedfrom'theoffice'of on Ca
dcfcmleis vainly: argue, its operation is their fidelity to their: respective constituents the proprietors. Their_, Reading Room. ry/ord's/ Rpcfr near ihe site of.: ihe old one',

pt glaringly unequal and It becomes no and the representatives 'of a minoritycan where twoearliest. :,-f do ins/be ,ad, .iiiLalVtZtf. : Ofl N. fco'ug8&27, IV: It
"slut 'ite iinatitliolkcdCi effect nothing against the antagonistintercst.wtnch is free alike to "':': -:- r-waiijwuisiinyiusiieo3 itm ,r Sti. -'
pcople'to 4,4n ? sets trading L. <'1
free tibns. Mncftl I M to it,<; ho.U1.tt6d, the representatives of, a majority l11.f1tf : :" to'- hs. Lights arlf Sho'n: \. jJ./o;-:, : ?'i"'rr-OJ "":
may no t.umpcuctt'1Tr\hcIT Constituents To here improvements. they make'daily ihc.tlfslanco of 12,miles. Ils-011-
. wnen.'it It 'cvMenf?that,w ,' enforce in utter disregard of the
to facilities to the *
additions, affording
but the is warp vessel from tlia'dangerous
taxed as; nlitmC1'8.. that jett to !;
Tho is d-
Charter hitherto
principle arid business, alike
of leisure
result'of the protective system is man f and shoals which is'placed.
inevitable j tfolaling-that the Constitution is at the discretion unknown' -' SIMMS & DWIYEA. roCjis near ,
the ultimate rpin of the Southern producer TlVai /. 7i/sta'nds'on the S. West
of a majority, and must be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston..". itq ;
in the prostration of our agricultural. into surrendered to their wisdom and jt1sticen 'if Subscriptions ,received. at..this'office Point of tbo Island of KevVfi is inLaf.

.jest. ld S, except iiilhq,.Parliamentary trans-i ." 24 25 N.-L ng. B2 04 W. ; erect-
the to
There' !is no solidity pthcrs:Tn objection i sub'- actions of the two houses olr'ngress,-- ur1' THE WEEKLY MORNING. COURIER ed for the purposegf guiding vessels when
. N.
milting;to"the cuts'whfcli: t are t>venvhelning government entering the haibour: ; kite 1 1 directions furwhichare
the will of '..
consolidating rule that a majority ;.0. ,
them\n common with bur elveti.-- ; : as follows: Bring UicJMght; to
:rhis detirlqiiency j ii not our jusUlic Uori. If : shall govern. The! President maybe' On Saturday, ,the 1,2IIth ,Jan.-inst. the. bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key )Ligit! th
by a minority"ofhopcoplc ; a majority -
;we' are'awake lo: the dangers and dcgrada of Senators: representing States, the Proprietors of two Morning Courier & N. tlC l W.StW. rind J :yon cross. the Reef in

1IotinD:at our Situation, it bclibfcs us toy leave aggregate ''pf, whose'population arc a minority 'York Enqtiifcr, Intend f publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for: Key West

'no ciTort untried tintil w'e.shall have,repelledthe whole folio jhcct ever issued, -n Weekly
of the people, may reject a mea- I largest Light until within two milestthcn steer

.Post jnvasibn"will thcrcforoi'exhort fir our liberties.to The'resistance Evening ofibeTai sure unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper; to contain' all IImtQPpcars dn- N.tV., until;you open Flcemiitg's Key

I/P/,, 'iia .Sl-moat; prominent'enormity! of the people irilh'c ,other House--andvuo.ver's ring.lhu vcek in tlieir daily f apfef.;: It will which a Mairgiwfe Island in the Northern

%;tb'it 'ttfue 'icii System."which bd Neon ?;a. bare majority in the other be published; on.fine paper, with new type; part of the Ttaibor,..aiuF.'then: run for it
built / ruins f JTbuse may reject a mes'sttrb'passed by the and to place' 'Within thd reach of nIl clasped -
1/pjon tho the Frco'Systern'bequeathed unanimous voice of the: ;Representatives' off ; The best anchorage is in thc upper pert of
us by'our fathers', and winch, if .. of the community it_ will \afTir'dcd the hatbour.. Height of'flicLjght i House
hie RtJ\le, iti the Senate-Th 1rp.llid > !
established a*t1\o scioea pottay'-utttwoa" ....- subscribers at the reduced of three
tp price
andi"dual, ; veto on the
sungle fiom the level of the rca, iB3 feet :"G tLiglt
try must! in tho end,cither sever the bondof deliberate act"ef bothUpotises: ; and theJud- :.Dollars, per annftm, payable alieays in ad: '
Union, or'mclt flown and consolidate tho Court stationary ? _, tz .
of the office
into limitless, irrcfcgponsiblo ges Supremo tancc. Sand Key L1Qhtn .\'Oh'i ii in
gtato SoVeicigntics one : } :Z !OPe
not by election but by appointment, may In consequence of the other Daily Papers Ihe
'despotism: The Evening Post of C4 seconds, Jt is the best Jlight ,on
set .aside the concurrent enactments
will : Internal Improvement as'uhdonstitutiorial in New York, determining not to board coas-t S.W. j. S, ft ; ;
oppose House, Senate, and President. T ,o.power .; by 2)ni\cstfjjmt\er\ :
as 'Inn 'engine 0(,favoritism, to, protect the Constitution<< could not vessels and receive thcir"news on Sunday, West Light.situated directly tho Reef.
'as -crea- the Publishers 01"the Courier &.
as vqu'rce<< tcctional robbery, intrustc'd" ldtlft Enquirer '
} exorbitant have been rationally very The Light 70 ,feet above 1hc sear,y'finriugas
iing a neccssify<< for perpetuating: ')piajofity from which_ the'danger of violationwas have lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars
LgM-StaiiOlH1r.t onof.ahe
laxatiin=U will 'oppose the rechari ring ;:
apprehended. It would have"been jn fn a separate news establishment!! consisting

.ijfvthe Unitcd'Stfates',: Bank: as manifestlyftnconititntionaiy deed, committing the keys oftheliouse to of orft Schooner tif'nincfy tons, ern ryrorll1WJ8.Jshfnds.neard.e
the of fic in 31 N
and as prolonging exTstenecof extremity Reef Larj24 :
the safekeeping of those, distriftt of whomsuggested one of sxty tons and the necessary fv ,
a: dangerous powert} and jt ivlllbp'po3cthe' I"nrr C3 10 W.W ---
disposition! 'of the Sur the propriety of Jock .wThepowpr : bo'ats. 'This establishment. supported n\ -.:- o. _..,.

plus''Rc'venlic' projected, ,as a-'schemo i of barefAced' was wisely,.left .with the .several State nn annual: cpfrnj't5" : of Nine Thousand dollars : fl.; j'JtEWES1: ,,, 1 a0'
will SqrcTcigntici=rind thjis not qnly was thereprovided _.v -, ,,.. '- ..- ....t __ "
wholesale bribery,"which f adopted a dclnito: rule of action: r r. timer \csspb.fromUuropcjifre 'boardedat SRG 7ANVrACTOR ,
jglre to 'opprpssion a duration co-cxistant : Sea and 1 heir news disseminated
federal Government,kut a renderlnoperativcthat throughthe .
: power to It'll. WALL Ja1ie this of
with that of-our government.; is'tq dullify,their unautho ) cwmtYjr'vitli, great: dispatch, long before opportunely
informing tie liehasestablish
A zealous and judiciouesattacbment i to the Pub1icH1ja if
rised and irregnlat'action.- they reach tffe harbour.,
Union,''prescribes thopresdiit'as the proper So for as a congeniality of views may exiit .' In! its politics, the Courier &;Enquirer i isis'pnrdt' ed A SKCAU MANUFACTORY .at Key West.JIp .
<"jrisw'for tnakihg (:determined and uncofnpfomtiini imports for>> thispurposrtk4 lien
in relation to these principles, the Evening Democratic-adhering 10:10 principles tfry
; stand or the Constltutionbetbrettie Post is pledged tp4he,State, Rights ,Tobarcafroin Havpna... I t'g s H
: the
jarring inforelts' of dilTdrent'scctions' usages? of Republican Party,
arc' organised against<< each'other in irrccdncilahle andrr q.1'rad ,Party.vand as the support and advocating the re-election of'General' Segars oftl1o best qua7ijr4n-d *>F.vcry
of measures to be cfTicicnt.must'include t
description rnaf,be'J had a(!hiseslabliih'men;
conflict -before, blinded by their ,
Jackson to the Presidency. Its columnsarc
support of rtcn. Its .liiimblo l aid will be '
the! : All
the consolidation' States O T orters.in'thoocb"liio1wifm'eet'tie :
hrlgliteoustgafns alike devoted to Foreign Domestic .
k zealously contributed to extend the person 'and.,
shall regafd ns\ind-utit right their: undue al influence and, promote the political advancement Intelligence i '; Moralsj Literature I and thfi carliestattention, "*.. ,. : ,,, .

''ftdvaritagcs foro :they shall 'resolve' to of'those'statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, 'iiowcvcr;' it doci : 'JVTarclu. J83l> /. r T, i :,-..' 111_
maintain at all baiardftUdtftabnon'l prinjtCiplo'that '
themselves.to t.hegood cause, which is identified hot act the creed Fanatics Bi '
Upon or
n't the will of ?
or '
"pubtic'opiiiU a ? Shell
f- TtlHle:
with the of tb "Union.and the Loggerhead
'maturity, is a po'wcrabove the Constitution; : gotsbut on, the contrary, inculcates those.
and honorofSouth Carolina.
nod before the victim,sovereignties.in minoTity liberty warm with; these will be cm-Itscooperation principles of morality 'an.d/retigion: only, I1I JE,'subscribers will gtve.Lafar, pricefor500

goaded beyodd endurance (unless tho 1)arrassei t. which are formed upon peace and goodwill .L"' Ibs..pf.thq nboyo article.,,, ,
by a personal pledge no can- '
very aspirations for liberty be extinctshall) liJate for'tlio Presidencyvor rbffice. to all mankind-the fruit'of'which is : ,9: : ,CEOIidE'E.{ WEAVER & CO.Kcy .

rise in desperation and Abolish a frame ofgovcrntncnttoomtich any tolerance and brotherly affection instead of\ ; : West; June II V,; T .:

fof.which shattered tube rccog- 1& rriairitainlng its'ground amid the Eon- 'k persecution op nioti'.f;3t1ce.' ',.: ED\V AUD' CIIANDI..ER,
niscd as that they originally stip- flicts of party.it will be tho aim of thejEve- Upwards bf"Four Thousand of SOUTr1Tarl '-
tend and which inveterate sectional hared copies .aTloaitElior f HE UUTED'STATxS .
4 '
shall then render 'it impossible evergaintoreoomposoandroedify. ling Press.,Post by,courtesy to pfeeryothe and moderation dignity nf under the Courier'Ai:'Enquirer aro published 'Dai'r' ,, .brSTAICT' 'OF F..OR.bA..- ,

The South :and more than Three Thousand Semi
the, belief that the legitimate ends of news: ARCADE4L.
once routed to a,full ienso of her \vr6ngs, dTscussipn are best sabse'fved by firmness weekly;.and in the City of New'-York its .

-w111-be satisfied with nothing but equality; ; :; paper Without violence, aoozeal without intemperance circulation'13 'known lo be'more than an .

and it c3noo ,bo denied that by tho Constitutiou With the opinions and public hnndredper! cent gfcafcr than, < any other B rrJ. ,

f, even if strictly\ ,observed, the distidI'yanfagge. slaveholding ,pct. s of opporiedt3,1t exercise right paper. These, facts tire referred iot, na,of : .
States arc at decided
Once placed Iho resumption'of of dealing'frpely- t.it. ]s hoped that no fording flw only commentary die Proprie HE RY 'CiobDXRD informs the pub:

leagued for part of its career' will! ever jiutify ie suspicion lors can with the thaUi hafttablishcd; \ himself atKey
mbmit'no propnetycoITer on
will qualityof
rights, they longer to a -n.---. The
of its : of the in. Vestinthie Bakery &
even partial adoption %
i tho
indirect taxation calculated to matter which, walt bo found in their
'system:of famous inaXlin,tbat it! is fair in politicThe' *-" following artiiclc,<< iorH.bobcst ..qualityal :(
: the'extent and ineqiiality contem Jlatcd
blind people dorajestic concerns ournativo State \ weekly publication" f fa\&be bad at his establishmenfuFRESII ,
: 'of tlioir, burdens, -and they/will demand. It 13 intended to'publish '
wilt| becvreftuhl watched, and the policy copiesof FAIILY..LI'AYJS i .....
for their laboring clissn representation fully idvocated whicl "tlio first number of the r which .
caJCl Ja-
3hall appear best ppp ;, Every !<< d ;

K equal>thor States.to'tha\o.(Thfl th": 1 laboring required<< : concessionswill .. oCtbe ,ted' for her prosperity, safe,'and'c onoini- will Lo distributed ditfcrent' parts of the 10 1" nESJI,',PjiO.rnJ\EADt': i's- -

those cal ltO mment. country, and'one copy sent lo each PostMaster Constantly, on hand; :
\ ha certainly'refined by b.f Willie :tho Evening'Post will be deVlted/ ,,,
but' esti ; in tTfQ United, States, ;j1"Qrderth:1l i! : : : "
a bargain
"the Union is regarded as to the otLe faith A of Sweet lIread &c. &cr;
'caleula.tioh of promulgatipn political set) .i spccirnep'of |Tic publication IJe" variety Cake i
mated'by a pecuniary profit forth, in this prospectus,,it will not be pegectful -] niay es- O: Orjlers; fprajbyijfjlhe; above article$
Federal bond will be opined.i "
and loss, and the sundered l of the practical details of'Commerco'md will be.gratefully: received 'and ,promptly
and= forever The advocacy of State Trade', two branches'industrrwhjch TERMS. executed. ., ,

Rights is, therefore,, the only faitbful'adio- must he ,:most beneficially,affected by the Daily Paper' r"n' $10 per.any PvyaL7e .Tvey West: rpb', 3; 1832fr" t' .: o JJ.)" tlP.

'cacy< of Union. r uicccsiof doctrines... ,Great exertion ,S-m. Weekly Paper-4 'ner nr1,} 7a -

1a... With, the a firm Evening conviction Post of will this ii-.l importanttruth r I \*ill be made .to perfecthe pbrtmcnta }tikLT li'Eft---3 tier art. advance. I rJ. ,GMB&tite

Connected with commercial '
: ." For : person wlio obtain' .,
\-u Llb rtr-tbo Conshtuhon-Urilo and our merchants and 'tr 4 lm n.baI1find ; may gll!

",Liberty t1nt. as the first or national tiles- the readiest attention t6 all their wifilr;and ttsubseiibersto' lha weekly paper and rent r-r-.o r'inner t91rinia fC+ iw> genct

singe;r'or tho Constitution- which secures"it tbeYI4rme.t gratitude jbr( an their favon.irEA Ihe amount, shall be furnished with /copy '-and Comuiiss'H 13usigs, .
from domestic u l1rp..tionnd for the Uni- |
gratis and to of subseriber3Who
; companies ten Goods
; lalcen &C.
it on StortffC
on strengthens against foreign agigression. ; associate iill
'':.ithout.a rigid observance of Diily paper $10 per annum. Country// and remit twenty-fivoJollars, Cir lie will always CelaMf f/rrieftf:!
It"will be
the compact, the Union must become a Union i- taper, three times week, $5 I sent for g* 60 each j per ,annum md exccijte; nHprd ,",in fi&liiie f'lJp'
without Liberty, and the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted at the usual rates I Post Master, who have no obj) cioiis to ;

of subjugation from abroad is infinitely (Charleston.. (S. CM Oct. 3; 1831. I' act aj our Agent9torerequc8tcl to Itt i\'o loss.KryWes tJ 2Ct1fJ\t ..J JEf3t. -