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 9, 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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ORDINAN'CI 1o.: 1. I passing of this 'ordinance,all Swine.found charge any crackers; or.: nthW firo works an examination before a competent-Corn., ,

To pre" e1t, Nuisances i : in the City of Key I running at largo in any. of the stieets, or whatever; and any person violating the exam..,to'ie Constituted by the Board), .to
.: West. within the corporation limits 0(' Key West, provisions of this ordinance shall be fined a such: applicant and if ho bo found
Boit ordained by tho MayorandAlderincnof shall be taken into the possession of tho City Five Dollars for bach I ana every oflence, competent,it shall bo tho duty of the CI rk'

the City of Key West,in Council I ,Marshal,and the owner or owners thereof ). and uptih} failure to pat tho,sdmc, shall bo to grant a Branch to such applicant, and
assembled and it is r >yodain.by i cxcee&ng ten the said Brunch shall be signed by tho,Mayor
,, ; ere! : shall pay:to the Treasurer of tho.,Corporation -* impiisoned not days;
tho authority oflne same' 'That'from, ahd ; tho sum of OnoDollar, for each and Sec. 2. Beitfurther ordained, That if : for which !the applicant shall pay to thOCorporation
after the :of this Ordinance ar mulatto shall fire off i Five Dollars, and one Dollar
passing every hog,.sow or swine, so, found runningat any free negro; or
it shall, boa the ,duty of ,all house-keep large, belonging to him,I her,or them,and discharge any fire arms, or discharge any : to the Clerk: it shall\ be required ,of each
era, to put at least one,peck of Lime into on their failing so to do on notification the crackers, or any other fire-works whatever\ and every Pilot before ,he receives,i his or
tho Privy of the house'they inhabit, once, Marshal hereby directed to cause the said contrary tb this ordinance, he or they so oft I their Bianch, to givogood security in:the
every \\\Vo'cck: 'and every person: failingor hogi; sowior swine"to be sold at public out* fending for the first offence shall be fined i sum of Ono Thousand Dollars,for tho faithful *

refusing to comply 'with the provisions: of cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting Five Dollars; and upon failure or refusal to !I performance of his or their duty ag
this Ordinance, shall'bo' fined'the. sum of tho expenses incurred by him, and pay tho same, ho or they shall receive twen: Branch Pilot .t

Two Dollars for'each ofl nce. the above specified sum per head, ho will ty lashes;, and fur the second offence, ho Sec 9. Bo it.further ordained, That, jf
Sec. 2. Belt further ordained' That'it pay over to the owner or owners thereof. or they ban receive thirly-nine lashes; and any Pilot shall, bring i in or carry out ,of

shall bo the duty 'of'every'house-keeper to Sec. 2. Bojt further ordained, :That! allGoats the same for each offence thereafter. this Port any vessel or vessels, for a.Icsa
yards: ,und, enclosures. under their caught running at large within tho Sec. 3. ale it further ordained; That any sum than ho is:: lawfully entitled to, to tho
control, and tho priyys and other outHouses limits of tho City,.witliout being hobbled jicrson giving information of a violation of I prejudice i of any other Pilot, ho or they, onconviction .

'in them,clean and, IIi good'order; also,, so as prevent their ''jumping, from and this ordinance, shall be entitled to one half thereof shall forfeit and pay totbfborporation'l'wenty ,

it shall,lx) tho duty of tho Ciy Marshal, at, after tho second day of May, shall be shot the monies collected. tho person offen Dollars, over and,
least once every month, to visit the enclosures by the CitY' Marshalor any jxtfson author- ding.Passed above ,what tho pilotage shall amount to,
of alehouses i in the City of Key West, ized by him. 28th April, 1832.O and all controversy in relation to any part of

and see that the same are clean,: and the Passed 28 April..1"C32. O'HARA, Mayor. this Ordinance, shall bo decided by tho
out-houses in good order" and whenever he O. O'HARA, Mayor. Alexander Patterson,Clerk.ORDINANCI Mayor, siibjrct, however, to an appeal to
shall find any filth or dirt which he may, ALEXANDER PATTKBSOJT, Clerk. the, Board of Aldermen. ,
deem prejudicial to the health of tho City jt_ No. 7. Sec. 10. Be it further ordained, That'

he shall notify 'tho,person or'persons occupying ORDINANCE-Nor 4. To regulate the Pilotage for the Port of any poison subject to this Ordinance and
the enclosures having the,control To Tax Pedlars and Transient Traders.. Key West. failing to comply with the same, or refusingto

of the same,to rcmovo the said' filth, immc I 'Sec. 1. 'Y Be it ordained, by the Mayorarid Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen pay any costs or fines in consequence
. diately, and span 'failure. of the person a- i Aldermen of tho City of Key West, in Council of tho City of Key West,in Council assembled thereof, execution' may be issued against
foresaid to remove said filth, it shaH) be. the I assembled and it is hereby ordained by and it is.therefore ordained hv them by the Mayor. as in case of a judguicnt. -
duty of tho Marshal to 'harp 'the ,same 'removed : the authority 'aforesaid! That any person the IlfilrCVOJ.r oat nil Vessels ,
authority Passed ',
at the cost of thoJJerson liable to : coming within the limits.of tho City or 01 war be subject to the following April, 1832. ;-,,
leuioyojiia same, and every ivi-aon r.t- .. f -..ii.T-.... .n/i uoinboiucni OI the of O. O'HARA, Mayor..
or refusing to remove any dirt or ", when Island and havinga Store therein,who shall rate pilotage: ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk.
required the City !Marshal, shall, in addition sell or dispose of any goods, wares or mer Sec. 1. All Vessels of War per foot. -

to the costs of removing the same, chandize, except live stock nnd'poultry, drawing and not mote than 14 ORDINANCE-No. 8.

be subject lo"a fine of Five Dollars, and within tho limits of tlve City aforesaid,shall, I feet, : : : $2 00 Concerning Dogs. ; *
cost before he proceeds to vend or dispose of Drawing 14" and not more than Whereas},the great number of Dogs at pro
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That the same, pay to the Treasurer of the City, 18 feet, : : t 2 26 tent running aklargo in the City' of Key .
when privy which be erected Ten obtain Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, '2 60 West without .
any may upon Dollar, and : from tho Clerk of any ostensible owner is
any lot within the limits of tho City, and tho City, a License specifying the object Over 21 feet, : : ; 3 00 I an evil and nuisance.felt sensibly by all
shall, from its' situation or the manner in for which the same is granted. Sec 2. All 'Merchant Vesper fool. I classes of the community,andcnlculalcdto

which the same is kepi, become, generally Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That any sels drawing 5 and not over J2' I arouso the liveliest apprehensions from .
offensive, it shall be deemed a nuisance, person coming into tho limits of Key ft'C't,811811Im1' "\ : : gl 50 I the consideration of the approaching
and tho owner, or occupant of tile lot, or West, wbemy be subject to.this Ordinance All above 01!' and/not over 16 feet, 2 00 warm sea5bn:- .

tho person Having the control thereof, shall: and f..ilto comply with the first All over 1C and not above 18 feet; 2,25* Sec. 1. Be It tticrcforb. ,ordained by -
the same to such place in the said All above 18 feet shall pay 2 60 the
remove section thereof, shall be fined Twenty Dol- Mayor and board of Aldermen, of said''
premises, as the Mayor of the Corporation lars,to be recovered before the 1\Ia'or. Ser. 3. Vessels arriving or depart City of Key West, That: from and,afterUie12ii .
and two other members may deem most Sec. 3. Bo it further ordained, That any .. ing through the.North West Passage | ,inst. the owner of every Dog found" "

proper, and upon the refusal I or failure of person who may have his goods wares and drawing 4 feet or up- within: the predicts of said City and,, W .
such person!; to remove tho same, it ball be or-merchandize sold or disposed of by any ... warns/except such,:as are herein longing) a citizen thereof, shall be taxed
lawful for the City Marshal, to remove the person established and doing business ass:a. afler'mentioned, shall )jxiy 2 00 for tile same and every ono of the same
game at the expense of the party refusing, Commission Merchant, ; rile City of: Key All vessels bound through the North West at the, rate of Ono Dollar) for every male,
and the person so refusing shall be fined the West, shall bo exempt from tho provisionsof ., Pass, and touching at Key West for tho and T/irco Dollars for every female, to beapplied

sum of Five Dollars. this Ordinance. purpose of landing passenger, letters, or to the use of said City ,of'Key
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any Passed 28 April 1832.O. obtaining supplies of provisions, wood orwater West.

person subject to lliH Ordinance, and fail ()4I1ARA..lIIuJor., shall depart without being subject to Sec. 2. Do it further ordained, Tliai on'1'
ing to comply with the same, or refusingto ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk: the above ordinance, unless tho Master of failure of compliance with the provisionafthe
fines the raid vessel shall n'Pilot to take
pay -any costs or in consequence request foregoing !cctionwithin'ninodas from
thereof ;execution may be issued against ORDINANCE-Sto.: 5, charge of such vessel and take her out over the passage of this act,'the..mnster.or owner

ahem by'o'llayor as incase of judgments. For. preventing the introduction of Cholera the Bar; for which services he shall receive of such Dog,shall bo liable to q fine of Ten
Passed 28 April, 1832. "" into the usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots detained
City of
'. Key West. Dollars, one-half to the use of said; ,City
,' ', O. O'IIARA,3fuyor. Whereas, a certain disease known by the on board of any vessel, by the request i of loyVest,the other half to 'the jiBe of
ALEXANDER: PATTERSON, Clnk.ORDINANCE name of Indian Cholera, at present pre- of her commander, shall:deceive for the informer orinformersjto be recovered bo

vailing in tile Northern parts of Europe each and every day's services Three Dol- ,I fore the said Mayor.or Mayor .tern, of
!=:No. 2.,:\: E" 'of the most fatal character, and as such "tars per day, over and above his pilotage. said City, and such Dog or Doge, shall bo
To regulate Streets, and remove ,'obstructions -. disease may be introduced j into our own Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels liable moreover to be done away with by'ttie
from the iame. ports, by vessels trading with that quarter shall not bo subject to this ordinance. Marshal of said City for
and such
Sec.,'1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and of the Globe, Sec: 4. Bo it further ordained, That any Dog killed or done with ,every
Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by YcsseJ: laving passed,tho Buoy on ,the Bar ,Fifty Cenis. away- ", he shall',> receive -

assembled and it la'herrby ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of of tho North West Passage, before having Sec. 3. Bo it further ordained ,Tliatfell
the authority aforesaid, That no house, Key %West, That all vessels: arriving from been boarded by a Pilot, shall not be obliged licenses such as ,
building or enclosure;'shall remain or en I ports or places where the said disease exists, to take the same; but in case a Pilct fourth section of this are contemplated Ordinance shall in the

croachupon: any Street;and every such obstruction ,shall be taken by the Pilots of the Port goes on board by the'request! of 'her Captain issued by,tho Clerk of,the',Corporation, be of

shall be deemed a nuisance. without their; going on board, to tho Qua then ho shall receive'tho usual pilot said City,and that for each of said Licenses
Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained '
That ,
rantine Ground northward age.
and westward ho shall and
receive the
when any Street or Square i in the City: ,shall Fleming's Key, there to'remain under Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all i ty Cents charge from the owner of such sum of Fif-
,be obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint the direction of the vessels bound into the Port ot Key West Dog' or
Mayor of City,and Dogs, to be collected before said of
the same shall be mado to the Mayor and 1 Health Officer of the Port. and spoken by a Pilot-Boca Chica baring Mayor for the
tern of
Aldermen, it shall be the duty of said board I .See. 2. Be it further ordained, That i North, or,orth-Westerly, shall Pay full Sec.pro., 4. Do ,It further use ordained said Clerk That, -
toappoint fit and proper persons to .exam' while it shall lie thought necessary by the pilotage at tho same rates as though l she License be issued any .
for the
ine and report to them, if tho said obstruction :-" said Health Officer, that such vessel l or vessels had been brought in over the main Ship of Dogs, in may compliance with tho keeping
ought to be removed and ifthe.to Channel provisionof
shall perform quarantine intercourse Bar. All vessels arriving and not this Ordinance the .
by Clerk.
moval of the same is recommended; by said "whatever"shall be held with the City or Island -.. having been ,spoken'by a' Pilot before pas Sec. B. Bo it further ordained. That
persons, the Mayor shall order the same to of l\py West!, but by permission and sing the above named limit, and being 3 any master or owner whatsoever not, residing
be removed by the owner or occupant of undet the direction of the Mayor and miles from tho Light House on Key West: in said of
staid building and a copy of such order Health shall the Officer, and -all persons who shall subject "pay pilotage; after receiving notice from inember ,,'
shall bo by City Marshal served hold ,but if not until any or
upon intercourse with such vessel or vessels,*] JJJXkcq" after passing Jho officer of this
the owner or occupant of such building.Sec. ; without first obtaining said permission shall ''aforesaid limits, in that'case she shall bo Corporation, permit such Dog
3. Be it further ordained That if or Dogs go at large in said City, he or
be liable exempted paving
to pilois
perform thesameqnarantineasDlay any c.. Y she shall be liable tb, all the
the owner or occupier of the said building be imposed upon the vessels and car Sec.: 6. Be it further ordained, That all .provisIons and
shall fail or refuse to remove the sam after goes. Teasels arriving through the West Pass,and. of penalties:: this prescribed in the second section
ibe service-of notice. aforesaid,it shall 4 the East end of the
HoeD the Westward
Sec Bo 'Ttat Dry ; -
3. it
further Passed filB
this '
May, 1832.
be of the Marshal '
tue'duty City and his of Sand Key bcanngSoutti-west shall ,
Ordinance efiall: remain inc full force until ,
authorized ,. Mayor
hereby to have the said house full '
pay pilotage, but if. not spoken until
expressly repealed by tilts Board AtcxAWDEK'
or building, or any.nuisance,removed from Passed 28 passing the aforesaid limits, and being Clerk.POLITICAL. .
April 1832.
the Street Squares and the expense of, O., three miles from Key West Light,only: half 't- w.--- - -- -

removing the same shall 65 paid by the T ALEXANDER PATT BSOX O'HARA Clerk.ORDINANCENo ,.lIaJiJr.'" pilotage shall !be recovered, but if spoken ,. .. "
person owning orocculiyin''auchbuidiiSg, after passing the aforesaid' limits, ihall,be
and for the amount thereof exeution .' 'exempted from paying' From the Pensacola Gazette.
may .
issue as in case of judgment *, rt .6. Sec. 7. Bo it further pilotage.ordained, That all Wo learn by letters received (rent Wash

Pawed 28.. April, 1832. An Ordinance to prevent the shooting ft Pilots: who stiall bring a vessel into this Port ington, that CHAXIVS DIDDLE of 'asb
**"" p OHARA, Mayor. Fire-Arms &C. within the limit of the shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the vile, Tenn. has been nominated by the
City of Key West. President to be Judge of the
Western .
\LtUl'roEn.' .. rrensox, Glcr, commander can; chew gOOd,pOd sufficient
Sec. 1. Be it ordained; of Florida, and Mr.
by the Mayor cause to the contrary Any vessel % BKIC&of'Virginia
ORDINANCE-No. &: and Aldermen of the City of Key West, at this Port without a Pilot, shall have liberty to be Judge oftbr Eastern District
To prevent the rtnninc; at Urge of Swine or in Council assembled, and it U hereby or to depart without Pilot, unless the .
Goats within the Corporation limits of damned 1.1.the authority aforesaid, That it Captain should wish one. ,
Key WeU.Be shall nj>t,fe lawful for any person within Sec. 8. Bo it further --ordained That From the National Intelligencer.
it ordained by tho Mayor and Alder the limits of the City, (which limits shall each and every Pilot wishing to obtain, GEORGIA ti TILE 8tJPREME COURT.
jsen of the sty of Key Vet in Council be construed as extending; as far rs Elizabellhfttreet Branch, shall make application) to the e We have beard in silence the various ex

assembled, and it is hereby ordained by ,) to firo offer discharge any fire or and ,Aldermen, and ;beWe he* obtain i'ay- prtfsions of opinion on the probable con.

tfcc authority of the same, That after t tho cnntj of atjr description' whatever,orjo dis such, lie, Unsaid spplicyiLj shall undergo sequences Court of the of the recent United decision States of the in Supreme IhpI .

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M *-where, hew? *> Wr) n n .I 01 c.1' 0"10r n tt _' t SU r i. eu t cnnlcaynPafertain }
', ndii1T1e laws of () r r\ your entry th$*quantities* of cfr d t ton-street to b..M J have i te3lP'in- WCI !ers, ...flOt' in fact, some

" the pemtcSftary of that State. :,,At < F;! we have received \\i&\ "'opinions''fg fmr s fa&e a rec1fltulatongonrilto. with B L." ,After a< half day'a work;1 go) it of Judge Iff iEfi-rtn. i.di'nt and tab time|,

Journals in the State ,"Georgiaand 'no' tat quantities with the costs.1'- Mydear sir.I this done. My invoice'woa jiassctl. ."B-&+ tigrnbot. ,! t aT'iliScoflin t [ winch leI .
doubt remains on our mind,from their tone, have never done this before, "Well, no L agree pith B. L." Ongoing for an'i>> I supposed? to",cots' E" ph Mailis* of Gen '
that the mandate: ,the Supremo Court in you haven't.; but you .must do it now and der to get.this case out of Public Storey I i 'Washulfitoii, ihfendingTx1nbit; them in
that CASO will,bd disregarded, however it hen-after. Read that circular. I ww teas informed the entry would 'have to bo al i England Intending, in the morning, that

might have ,been hoped otherwise., Woslilll surprised, to find 'he was correct, 8 dV, !* 'tered. The Clerk did it after a while, and I, the coffin wasthatbf'L' 'rencc Washing)
riot Stop l hereto deplore the infatuation : Torccd) to fefurfi as rcamel: My clerk, af- I tboujfrtlxvaslliroughJ but bo--flo exclaimed :: lob, which in' trio darkrie J iff had 1 mistaken
'under the influence of which this course let sitting up that night ulitil a'very late "Go into the Naval 1 Office, and getit for that of thin OcrtcraJ,,,, .me' )left it on thin
will bo pursued, but proceed to execute the ; hoar,completed my'entry according Jaw. altered there. 'The Clerk'.\Vas absent;' tank of tlietiver. concealed I ;in. tiles::iirnsh-

purpose for5' winch week'up the pen. But what a diflercncc. Instead of one|pageit "wouldn't be ,back Ihi9moming.tjnid:: wood where_it wad:: discovered" some. day*"
.- The'very'respectable t '1x1 it or of the ''Poli- contained five; my hrticles being a good the person 10 whom I addressed myself after. ..
tical' Arena (it FrcdericksbUrgh, Virginia)! assortment, such'as wood-screws, snaffles: Would not you do it for me? :"No, Sir.- ,' -
Speculating'on this subject in his iastnuinberm head, ivory-manufactures, silverware,,tire, did not pass the entry. I was.obliged Front the ,New Bedford Gazette. 1
says "1Ve' 'hare arrived at a CRISIS-an fec. all paying different duties, and assort to defer it until the next'day, .when I''' had ; ShtpslYclociiy:' al'& .--\Ve, believe thin

lundoubled and momentous crisis. A'few ed in by the half do en, and three and four thesalisfaction of final lyconcluding-and common,'and for aught,:ire 1 know, the only i
fur.Ether gross. He had not finished the naval office dread nowthearrival of another vesselwhenI method, of ascertaining' the, velocity] .of a
copy, but though, could by 12 o'clock. I shall |perhaps have to go through, tliesamework. I 'ship 1''I, is l>y 'the Jog line. Whether! ,
We fully concur i'n the opinion,expressed I retired again to the office This time I any m6re expeditious and certain way could '
in'the first of the'above sentences, while was more'fortunate-only two before me- Such, Messrs. Editors,are the vexationsa : be adopted,remains 'far". the'curious to dotfermiho. -
we dissent In that conveyed in;the:second.Vfc : and I handed my papers to the clerk at II New York Importer daily undergoes, and We have* lately seen a )proposition i,
., trust that tho Union will endure for many o'clock:' "Well"'this Is the way;""' said he; I hope tho timers not far off when a little which J looks"ratJicr plausible: than otherwise
centuries, though more than one States "you've got it right at last. How's this, different mode of managing: our CustomHouse ,intended to call the'attention: <<; of nautical
!'rise against it. At any rate, so far as tho'--wh re's your certificate of currency, business will be adopted-or I, for and seienlificgentleinento this subject.
it may bo directly affected by the action ofGeorgia sworn to before the consul' P Currency one, will sICcdilY'ce3sd"bclng It iso have a copper tube inserted through :
I in the case before us, we arc tinder certificate! what's that'sir "Why the va. AN IMPORTER. the stern of the vessel, about Uvq feet below .
the impression that it will bo more than: lue of tho Spanish dollar." I never was the ballast-water line, ,the lower] end or (
"a few days" before the question will be aware it was necessary. Pray, is it of con- PICK Pocscrs.-i1: tew'nigbts' go, an individual mouth of.the tube to let>pen to let the water .
derided. sequence? "So much consequence that I well known in the City, repairedto ,have free admission IOn the inside of
The course which we presume this business cannot pass your entry without it. Orders an oyster cellar in Broadway, for the the vessel l :the tube forms a'knee, that this!
wil11lkc will state for the satisfaction from the collector-you can speak to him purpose French ofgetting.n few oysters Ho and.not a glassof portion! may stand 'erect/with, its diameter
good was
brandy. quite
of those who place any value on our about it." I did so, and he permitted me "half, seas over," but still his' vision \VIlS so i increased:. towards the jipper!! end? the whole
opinion upon such matters. to go on without it. On returning my affected that he could not readily distinguish!' to extend abou, t,'I wo' feetabovcj tiC( lead \vater -
The mandate of the Supremo Court is desk, I found my place usurped by some honest men from rogues. On entering the : line..Of. Course: ,,tilled,the bp! i is, mo
directed to the Superior Court for the county one who did not like my intruding. After cellar he found itpre-occtipicd by two persons tionless,.,the,'eater in this t !Le.?' II,1! rise to
of Gwinnct, in the State of Georgia; ho got through, I was allowed the floor. and ,as drinking alone scented rather a l Ievel.tvttf: the\\yritcr aVthb outside! of the
and it requires of that Court that it do release My entry being very long, it was more than sullen and peevish, he proposed to thcm.to ship; 1Jt1.ftlqt.n tlie'ship 'moves, the
) the Missionaries who arc confined at three quarters past ode, before I finished:- join them in !his potations.. It was not necessary water in the tube'will drfeccndl|

hard labor in the Penitentiary under an act I too late to attempt getting through:: the naval they pledged for him each to repeat other in the a number invitation of glasses ,and The; writer-- ,tbj;whomyb! have..alluded, .
of the State of Georgia which is ,IQDrooul: to office that day. ( has
.. until the bon vivant concluded that if fiom'sptneejfiyrimcntsjhe: \ made with
be repugnant to the Constitution, Treaties, I 'J no ne\v .u..8.I Was a quarter of an he got home at all, he had better set about tubes, ,inrunning''wa'ter, siippo es that if a
and Jaws: j>f tho United Slates.If ,hour getting to the ox-|."-j 1l"'J"'tYf It with all possible diligenc ""fhese new, ship'jocS ommrtit'',...-'--- 4._, ",,,,. ,.'
the Cotirt'oftcy> the mandate,it is well, took the same time"which was as quick as Co nl.-.a.._.+-- --. --.a' .......-, -a--It-I-. ." 1 r nlfJ"' t' izwL..ii.i.1 rr<,- .
and no more is \\t lie"said: or done. possible to finish me) to examine my papers.I him to go home alone, and insisted on accompanying bably in about Jho same,ration j. so if a vessel -
If the Court .docs'hot obey the mandate, was in waiting nearly an hour in the naval (following morning,him, which he discovered they did. that On the his sail tcri'nlles an''hqurj; her veloctywould

application! will,we suppose, be made to office for my'turn, and found my duty Wallet was -missing, which contained about be indicated, by a.deprcssipn i ? of ,an equal
the Supreme Court,' at its next term in this had been calculated wrong; "Go back to $150. Being fully convinced that it had number lnchest water in the lube.
City, (chat is in! January: next,) to executeits II No. -=-, and get that altered. Back I been abstracted from his pocket by his What effect the motion.and currents of
. own judgment, undcT tho laws of the went, and told the clerk, please to alter the friend, be proceeded to the police office, the ocean would have on a trial of this kind
United Stales; which provide/that in cases duty. "You must have patience a few minutes and made. known the circumstance, and nothing but experiments can ,detr>uninc;
tvhere the State Courts do not execute the I ; I can't do twenty things at a though his recollection of the events of tho but apart from t these, we see nothing to )prevent -

judgments! of 'the Supreme Court!, that time legs see where it is wj-ong. Hello! preceding he able night to was decide somewhat the confused of, the proposed plan from being ,an im
wan proportions
Court may issue its own process to carry $40t1.instead of G00.-makes( some differences one yet of his companions, with so much precision promnrnton the metho'd generally. used
into effect ils own judgments.It there, ,that will 'work:'t 1 posted that Mr. Merritt was per suntded that lie to ascertain the velocity of vessels.
is possible:,, indeed, that application' back to the naval oilier, and finished there. could soon lay hands on him,which be did on *
might be made to one of the Judges of the I returned to the Bond Clerk in the Col. Monday evening, and committed him to the From Brcwder's Journal,' of July, ICSOy

"United States; out of Court, f fona habeas Jcctoi's office, half past 12-crowd aroundhis watch-house. Yesterday morning,he,with Hay converted into a Silicwvs GJasjf
corpus, to)bring tI case_ immediately before. I "desk. Managed to speak to him after the other watch prisoners, was brought, about by Lightning,-In,tire summer, of 1827. i
before Justice Jjownds for
him. But the general S idea seejns 'tjj be,' n short detention. Mr. -, will you day-light and, rick of hay, in the parish of Dun near .
examination, while busy attending to
hat will be(lone'.o\vards enforcingtho take my Entry? "Do you want to aignrto- Montrose set fire and
} nothing the others, he, (Justice L.) observed as lie was on by lightning,
judgment until ,the next,meeting"of the ,day2" Yes;urit you please,-"well then?;* suddenly glanced round, that a prisoner was partly consumed. When the fire was extinguished
Court, in this City. hold on to your papers; there arc 16 before -on the point escaping, by moving secretly by the exertions of tIle Jann.s'r.
If, finally,'process' issuing from the Su- )'ou." Thinking I might as"* well wait to- into the private room in the rear of the office vants who were on the spot, there was: observed
promo Court, and which' must' .be grantedas t day as to-morrow did so. I managed ,witbthe view of jumping out of one of in the middle the stack a cylin*
a matter of course, !shall: be resisted,]itwill sign before 2 o'clock however, with my the windows. He sprang! towards Lim,seiz- drical! passage, as_if cut out I by; sharp instruments. -
ITnijcd i. and got clear so far. After haying ed and secured him, and found bim to be the
be tho duty of ho Marshal,of,the surety, This passage extended down the
fellow who had been arrested on the above
_Suites for That District, to summon a my invoices stamped and signed,and waiting charge. In thecourse of the .trunks middle of the stack, to the gro''l indtand ;at
posse'comitatiu, and of ,tho President ,of until near 3 o'clock to get to the Deputy were searched! ,jn which '$33 of the stolen the bottom of it there s found a'jquantity:
the United. Statesif;; necessary, to place tho Collector, 1.left tho office, almost worn money were concealed Finding the proof of vitrified matter( wiped! lliere.is.i every
Army and 11iitijof the United States at out. My j permitVa's, then sent on board of his guilt conclusive, he thought it best to reason.to thinly! is the product of .the silcv
the service of the civil authority. .tho.vessel:--three of my \packages were or- confess his agency in the,robbery, Which,he contained in the hay which filled t up 'the cylindiical -
/;' In any 'event- it will {bo seen that the d red* to tho Public,Store for examination' did, and was nfter\vardSfnlly committed'for passage.: TJiepxislence: of si lex
'dangcrfroin this immediate and, I found theni there three days afterward trial.-ib. '
source not so I in the-common,grosses! .well known, and
friend at Freder- ?. Will you be good enough to open --
as "supposed! by our 1 he color of the ponls uniVvesiciilar'mass( is
these cases?said I to laborer. "Can't Female Society.-Without female society I
:l .;; a dog ,'crv.1ik that which objained. from'the
S1)v i it Sir Mr. --- > I' must not it has justly been said, that the beginning '
tt says
coinbustian ,of i havo
: .We
,sllicioua'plants! : ,
of i1'S lives would ho the
any more just yet--thcrp's 8 before you, 11l helpless! been.indebtedior cimempprilie substance.to
rJ I SOELL .NEGUS: and more cases open than tho Appraiserscan middle without pleasure, and the end with a sp ;
alUinein 2 hours. 'Guess out comfort. The celcbraled D'Alembert Captain 'Thompson! of Montrose! ,
e you'd bet
From 'the New York Mercury. ter come to-morrow." So 1 waited Snotlk' makes a reflection that does honor 'to the .who examined the, spot almost immediatelyafter !

PLEASURES OF CUSTOM HOUSE er day, and was lucky enough' to get an female sex, and to his own :feelingsWo : the.accident had. aken. .place., i
BUSINESS. Appraiser, when after examining and com are, in a peculiar manner," 'say* he, in ". 'It .:,,6.
Messrs.,lEditorsr dislike than From t Gjobp.W'aylearnthattiotreaty -',, t ,
more of tho of -
paring by my i voice",every article supposed want society gentle and amiable \ ??
any, one con'imagine, to mako my grievances it to be all l tight with the exception of woman, when our passions have subsided, { ,\ concluded. !, last
public,and should not do so \this.in-- his passing several 'articles, wootTand' to participate our cares, calm:: and alleviate ; week, with-the,Creek Indians, 6y) the Sec
stance, ,were U not that'I think, those for tal or cut glass:-,which although I entered our sufferings, and enable all of us to sup-' rctaryof War, was yesterday 'unanimously
take the, trouble -of. i 'ratified the'Senate. This i is'an,unusual
:wlupnVwe .importingrgoodS thorn as such, would nevertheless cause mo port our infirmity. Hippy; is tho;manpossossed -'I, by
|:would be willin;,to pay us a littlo the delay- of'having them checked! at the r of such a more 'happy i, 'occurrence, and j,we hope, the harbingerof
extra profit, if they were aware of the trouble Custom House. Oi". my return to the C. I still if he can preserve her, and escape the ; a more correct:: ,stale' of feeling-pn. thesubjoctofithelrtdians.
it occasions,us only to pay tho dutieson ,. II. I was obliged to wait a half hour before misfortune of a survival."-The' Ladies '
thorn at our :custom. house. I could reach.tho Clerk who makes the Pocket Magazine. j ( With.; the exception of the few Cieroliecs | -
An arrival a :short time -since, brought Public Store orders. 1 replied to the usual ---t- ; 1: [ m Georgia, there is nothing now in
mo sundry packages of merchandise, witha interrogatories; of. "Who entered this?-- Burial place,of Romeo all Jlflitl. Tito ', Indian relations, to 'give trouble to, the
bill f lading: ,invoice, &c. all regular Where's the ship from? Is it a case? Is cemetery in which the ashes of these renowned ;, 'Government, or uneasiness to.those who
,and correct. The invoice being a complicated it bonded for?" and ,was old,"you will havo lovers jointly reposed (at'Verona) sincerelyAvish the happiness ,pf'thi race.-
.. one, many different rates of duty occupied to get thq Clerk who passed your entry 'to was l long since destroyed by thoTallidg ofa ,And the time cannot be far, off when tho
my clerk three-fourths of o day in check lint. '1v 1s-therefore obliged( to thunderbolt into an adjoining magazine of Georgia Indians will 'perceive,that their only
completing, which rendered too late for break out of my JuriTto do it,"and found' '.combustibles: and the stone coffin in which chance of prosperity' isJn an entire re-
attempting any thing,at tho custom 'house to my dissatisfaction the Clerk was missing: Julietwas placed by the friar, after she mov 1. We do) not despair of an amicable
that day. As, I attend'to this business entirely .*had swallowed the with dem'in.. the course of
:;I He returned in )less than a bajf "hour, and sleeping draught is the arrangement ,
I repaired there"next morning, a few' commenced ,as Collo'wi"Pc1'Cd No. I? only relic nuw to he seen. It is marked by the season. .. .' (f.1{ :
moments before' ten o'clock,jipd found already wood and metal-how did' you enter this?" n sinking of the bead, two holes for the admission '' ::

outside'the door, rooms, twenty 'men ,' Why at 30 per S-+.; tho",right duty., "You of air, and place for the reception THE GAZKTTJG '
and oys. On the door being opened, a did ;ehwell don't remember it., )ou'll eta lighted taper, which it / stall the cus- .,. .*
rush was mado to obtain he* entry-desks, havq to wait until I get time to hunt" up,the tom to fix besi, corpse. Till within the :KEY WEST: !' .
and I unfortunately being as spry.as ( entry; "orby',tho way No. 13 will get it for last two years,it was, placed] within the $cttet Oit333" .
some of the young amen,.found on getting )'ou."" Away I goes to. No. 13. "Pip bu... of the cemetery which .had contained the :: WEDNESDAY. -- MAY .. : ..... ,' .-
jo t'Ul' place;ihaUhete. were, notwithstAnding sy" was tho 'bllitWCr'i "let;,tho-clerk who actual tomb; but, in, consequence of tho* ,G-- -- I----- --- w. T -
my cjrtfons*foul before .me,- who of (Kissed your entry ,look,itup," And so I !many depredations committed by thqsq who., ;rThe United Stales Superior Court for the!
course hadYpreference because I dif ot went back, and he notliking the trouble, in the night time scaled the nIts for the 1 ipurpose Southern Judicial District of Florida,' his

race like a horse oeross.the. collector's of : concluded to> clieck with u'M>eking it up; of carrying away a chip of the love 'ho"nor Judge Webb presiding commenced.
fice. I wailed ,until within a quarter of quieting his conscience ar_the same time stone, it was removed to a yard close bra its session on Monday, (the Ttb. "utao..t. *
twelve, before, my turn came. Of those I by saying, "YouVe sure it was entered so?" safe, but not worthy .place.-Library of
.before me, some three entries and oth- Fine Art,. ---. +oWe -
*era very long one,'which WILl the occasionof This would have finished my Custom had occasion to complain some time

my losing an hour and three-quarters: in House business by this vessel', if my young Attempt to teal the Remains of Wash since that the Laws of \{ Legislative
waiting, However, my turn a* they call man had not in for Aunl-Unit one of th l cases ington.-During the debate jp Congress on' Council,, passed in Fobruarr.last, bad not
it, came at last "ConIC,give us your papers nth Imrd was marked wrong, and tho officer the resolution to remove 'the tcinaihPuf yet officially reached' this place -TL Courtis
," exclaimed 'the clerk; "let1 have had sent itto the Public Store. The Washington fipm Mount VernoVlo in
the now secsioq and those have not
those I want, and that will save mo the wrong mark was this: my permit plated it Capitol', it was contended' hat
trouble of handing them back to you- B. It. and it was marked B. & L, I explained ; of the tomb where theerpo'sedsituation yet come to Why: th del.alt "This
elrcuuMiancft they now.. rest, i$ not the first time we LaNnbeen' fn
Stop!,my friend this won't answer; your tlw : to the Depnty Collector rendered an attempt tocob it of its cpntents placed .
entry'll all! wrong.. Indeed! "claimed |; i WeU,** *aid J*% "you must get an .nlmdst certain of success. It,WI\$ asserted hit this prr4icamf'nt-we hope it majr.'e..tl**

is-- J9-1 ,r.. '
I. ,
hi." ,',
Qn"Tf.u. <'" Sec.I. 2. Belt, urther {d" Jtta and'gut'' ';:'

WItS held in fot'e pt a ;o Gf.A '. government of tho'said U enabled; byT tta&tt>ot> and >ueY s
lingtho fa ICirt'b R V in a person to be called Council of the 'IVmtflrj: of I lori-
occasioned ti 6f F A.' Board of six Aldermen That fttt person within this Territory

Browne and vcr, I 'lirsa tv i tn the manner, and by the soldier sell any chink nr intoliI marine!tin lfqucrs the' to
seaman or in ser
! A. Il.'D, r ar !Q I Jdlertlf; limo hereinafter directed. of the' United,States: without permis
, ,
Sec. further
1",; ; 3. Be it : from his their
elected.. Writing or respective
were duly .... .
." ;
. o-J t'" the free whito male ,10mCt;f| under penalty of not

The Itcrcnu Kujtcr': rarjon, Lt. DAY, twenty-one years, who than twenty-five dollar, to be paid for
within the limits of tho weoCthe; Territory.
for Tor Tuesday r a, "100'.0.
sailed t gas on morning.MrwAonUEorf :, ;' months previous to tho da 2., And he it further enacted That
f'/ + Wi4LIA111 who shall be citizens' 'person or persons within this Terri
we understand, is highlygra8fieawTth ,StEWART, shall barter for
shall ,have a right to vote purchase, or exchange!
'his trip to the Florida Keys, NO. SIERCADERES, ST. urms, ammunition or clothing in .the
six Aldermen and that !
,having already' discovered five new species lIaR, just rccchcil at .his Crockery and ; of any soldier,.e man.ormarino,
held \
.. bo on thofirst
service of the United States, such
:.. ':.",.i:'a4of'Buds-as' t." I '' follows' "'" ",, : 'Class Store',the following; articles: each and C\'crryenr, at on or persons 60 bfI forfeit

,. 1 Ardca .,'. Chandeliers, of'various sizes incorporation'nay pay the sum of twenty dollars i and tho
> 2 Columba; 1 GLASS patterns. Glass Lampsfor shall be given by ballot. penalties imposed by 'this act, shall

2 St "tna.t halls,'from 8 to 10 inches; various patterns. Sec. 4..Be it further and the'same are hereby declared:: to V o
lie has, also procured a: number, of spcci-' Elegantly Cut and Plain! GlassShades. Mayor and Aldermen by action of debt, bill, plaint
tnensof Birds;already descnbed/and several Glass and Plated Candlesticks, meet at such times, and ', on before any Judge or justice

new plants. lie left hero'in'tho Cutter French, and English manufacture Cordial within the limits of ; ono Territory half to, having the mo jurisdiction of the Informer,of the,

Marion on Tuesday for Tortugas from Stands with glasses. Plain and diamond they may think proper, the oter.half} ,or when there*,is no in-:

whence ho.will probably return in 4 or C.days. cut glass Decanters. English, shall be public; and tho r. the whole penalty.for the use.of the

.. French and German plain and cut glass less: than three'Aldermen '
.o--, Tumblers, of all sizes. Cordial Glasses, ry to form a quorum for ( 'Feb. J. 1032' ,-Approved Fob 4,

JOURNAL or HEALTH.We receive ,regular of all qualities. Round glass Flower Pots, )business. '.
copies of the Journal of Health, from various sizes. Looking Glasses, with gilt Sec. 5. Be it further ----

which we have liberally extracted, We and mahogany frames,assorted from 1 half I the Mayor or ,any .\ Act to provide against for free'the, collection and oth of

take the opportunity of expressing our approbation yr.rd, to,2 yards, with and without_ painted I pliall be absent more than persons, therein named.negroes
\iews. Ladies' Toilet Glassess. Mahogany sent of such Mayor or
it enacted by tho Governor and Le
of the plan of that work wellas
Chests of Drawers. A large assortment deemed to bo vacated,and : ve Councilor tho Territory of Flori
of the manner in which is onJlictcd.We of varnished Trays, from C lo 36 in bo ordered to fill such That Vhcn any person shall ,have ob
wish the Editor success in his undertaking ches. Shop Lamps, assorted from 1 to 4 I days public notice I a judgment against any free nc'grpbr

and commend him to public patronage.IVTARINE lighls-glasses, weights and wicks for do. I before the said election mulatto. Indiana excepted, residing

-,- -, _'_- -._'.---A._ _'J"T7"-_dr Street La.nt iJIt'\ ?Window glass, of'all si- Sec. 6. Bo it further the limits of this Territory it ,shall
zes.', ''Looking. Glass plates for Toilets of shall he the duty of tho lawful for any justice of the peace, or
the clerk of court of record in which
18 inches. Plated and .varnished Cruetls. to order an election for any
' ,:INTELLIGENCE.: I j judgment may be obtained, to issue a
-I Spare glasses for ditto. A collection of men, at least ten days ,ad respondendum against ,the defen!

PORT OF KEY WEST Engravings, in setts of 4,6, and! 8 in a sett. hereinbefore prescribed i or defendants.., to said judgment, tor

.. + Cane and straw bottomed Chairs-Windsor lection; and if the I condemnation" money' in said judgment
ARRIVED, SINCE ,OUR LAST. : ditto. French earthen jars, :various neglect to order and ( I (' together with nil costs thereon

,..- ". I size?. Cupping Glasses Japanned and it shall be! the duty of the I ,
May.t 0!. Sloop Azclia, fiawyer. Bay. I' earthenware,Spitting Boxes. A complete corporation to do PO; 2. Bo it further enacted, That it
7. Schooner Thistle,Ifot Setnar neglect to do so, be lawfully virtue of any execution is
y, glslS Mart/-Ann Arp eby, Reef.Ilavava. : and blue printed Earthen Ware be lawful lor the citizens ,M aforesadfor! .,. the officer executing
-..... ,g,, Q, Burrows, said execution, and Intell'officer is here
Dinner setts, elegant patterns do. may bo entitled to \ote required, to levy upon, seize and 'take
Spanish Schr. Seconda Andre: ; rer- Desert do do, do. Aldermen of said ci1 y.to body of each defendant, against Whom
n*>ndcz, Havana.CLEARED. I Coffee do do do. convenient place in said execution 'may have issued,and sucji

Together: with a variety of articles too te- judges to conduct said I so talien. safely to keep'until said

May 5. Sloop Morning Star, Appleman, diou*_to enumerate; all, of which will' bo may then proceed to elect "'is discharged and satisfied.
Ii ew.r ondon, ballast. *' 3. He it further enacted .
4hat if
sold ,
.nt Vcr / temntinl"'llfices. Aldermen, who shall bo any
Evergreen Noyes, do I I : in execution, taken as aforesaid,
G. Schr. Motto \Vhatlmgton, Tampa > AlsoSPERMAC1T by any Judge or Justice of not pay.and discharge,the same with]
Day.,.ballast. [ OIL, county; after which, the term of five days from and after the
1 9. Sloop James Monroe, Burrows, Havana For sale by wholesale and retail... men so elected,shall of levying upon him; 'her or',''them, of
Havana, April I, 1832. .31 tf on the duties to be such execution as aforesaid it shall and

"" Splendid, Packer, Reef. Sec. 7. ,Be it further' <<: be,lawful for any officer'executing und
Spanish Schr. Seconda Andrea, Fernandez TRANSLATION.EN Mayor and Aldermen lurch writ to advertise the'sale .of
Charlotte Harbor. EL ALAIACEN have and authority services: of such defendant or 'd rend.
:PASSENGERS.In power to any person ,who will.pay' and dis
Schr. Motto, for Tampa Bay, Lt. F. do loza y cristales do D. Gmo. Stuart, remove nuisances, to ,such execution, with tho,costs ac
B. Newcomb of U. S. all sorts of gaming, to ... .
and .1. R
Army, Mrs. uumero 88 callo de and accruing, < iwl.f'
Mercaderes. .... ..
Glassell.In arkets' the' safe .... : .... .h..cVntcn laid ftl-
the PIanlonl bcl.r. soconua Andrea, E :.n--'- ..te reciblr los ewcuiD: a.gu.entes. k11lIn{l -,'_ a 1..1 t next.'h,: ...,. nt shall be posted at,two or more
from Havana, Wm. English, Mr. Williams ..:J Bomuas do diez diez yseii and fences in said city;,t places in the county where,ouch
and Captain Anderson. pulgadas do difcrentcs hcchuras. Guarda- ers, to regulate and \ shall bo rendered. '
'1 brisas lisas y laoradas. Quinqucs para sa- ish vagabonds,to erect and ..4. Be it further enacted, That such
-- -- --
las do varies tamanos elegantes figuraa, shall not take, before tho name
NEW AnVERTISEMENTS.James y to appoint] pilots and r gt i placer
Candcleros de platina.: Id. de cristal.- to the harbour of said city have been n loa ,ten days': it
by public -at the'tinvaand
Copas ,francesas e inglesas con sios. '
BUS ces into the same; to designated in such advertisement:--
Egan; Copitas para toda close de licorcs. Bolel- age and mooring of 5. Be it further enacted. That 'any

las de cristal lisas y cortadas punta de dia to tax and license or mulatto,sold 'aforesaid,shall for

mante vosos,ingleses, franceses y alema- !and license.)hawkers; time for which he, she or they'may be
flog, de t<<> Floreros redondos- de varias dimensioned. groceries, commission $ respects)liable! .to'the same, penalties
Espejos: con marcos dorados de caoba treatment and bound to perform any
y tioneers to tax free (
informs, his friends j
RESPECTFULLY which,his, hen or their owner
desde media hasta doa varas de luna con may
general, that he has slaves provided the tax in the '
same manner
as slaves
.opened a'Private Boarding"House jon .Indian -, pals y sin el. Tocadoies p para scnoras. Co- exceed the Territorial <

I:ey"and'will pay every attention in modas do caoba. Un gran: surtido do van-t' I shall. have power to levy 6., Be it further enacted That,if a-
bis power to render 'satisfaction to those dejas de charol,do scis a trcinta y sets pul- proved real estate within negre or mulatto,'sold for, a term of

who may favor him itb"tbeir."tompnn1'Ills gndas. f.amparas propias para tienda.de more than ono half of aforesaid, shall run-away from his,

April terms 11 are, 1032.moderate. 32 una,a cuatrQ! lutes. Mechas tuyos y con- on its value, and one half F or their owner,or owners,:such person
p Hapeso i para cllas. Faroles do,callc. YI .tum on'all unimproved lots upon summary complaint before a-
NEW PUBLICATION.A ( dries pianos dc todos tamanos. "Lunas'pa which unimproved justice of the peace shall and may bo
youig Gentleman'of this City, propo-1; tocadores de diez y ocho, pulgadas. 'Vj- twenty-five dollars to serve, double the time *for
seq, as soon as'a sufficient\ number of subscribers de platina ydo charol. ,Pomos be per : .he, she or.they, shall have run-away ;
nagrcras real estate shall '
on ; complaint' made
can be obtained, to publish a volume of ,summary : ,
sueltos las niismas.. C ion tie
original pieces in Prose ,and Poetry, to be para : IJcc; son or {persons and in such condemnation for more service award
called the i 1 cua; ros de cuatro, seis y echo en colcp.cion1 Mayor ,and Aldermen of zany justice,of. the peace as often.and
.. SCRAP BOOK. Sillas de rejilla,pajita y' madera deem most proper. They as said (roe negro mulatto. so sold
Tinajas Irancesas do varias, cabidas V n. continue to'ruu..aiYay.
I and authority to
Tho work about |power
TERMS- wills comprise
7. And be it futber enacted. That
100 pages ICroo, printed on,fine paper,with tosas muy superiprcs, Esqupidera! para I ,tile'ferritory/and of their ,
; 'j late charoladas. act shall be in'force,from and after Its
Kiladelalon do
excellent type at 50 cents per copy., y hoja : lations;:the quarrantino of '
Persons procuring 12 subscribers,shall be) Un com pie to surtido do loza, inglesa blan- tho preservation of'tho Jan. 20,11132.-Approved", Feb.4
entitled to a 'gratis. t ", de orilla azul verde azul .fino. Ba- '.' ., ,*
copy 1t1 I :! y y They shall. have power to .,:, '. ,
St. Augustine, Feb..'13,1832,1: 1 jillas Cnaa do delicado Juegosdo
muy gusto ofTicer and such other
: ...........
received At this ;' -
jt3'ubacnphoDs Office: postres inglescs y (Iranceses. Idem de think,necessary to,carry -
U. S. QUARTER MASTERS --;* ,cafe de,vanados y muy bonitos dibujos, y laws and ordinances, and I AN ACT ,

OFFICE; nlros diferentea efectoa ciiyo dettllo seria vide for the interior police for the building a Jail at Key

_% ORTIIF.ASTcornerofF.A.IIrowne's' muy prolijo,Jodo eeespende a precios tm- ernment of said city. I '\V cit. ;u-,"
mamento eqlJltativos tarnbien ec endo
a1 1 Warehouse stairs. ; e j
-up See. 8. Bo it further < it enacted by, ,the Governor lnd'c-
de! menoi
Key West. }Feb.,8 J832 23 if grasa esperma por mayor y ,
...... ..' much of the said city as Council of,the territory of Flori
the United a further timotof two it here
occupied by ? years
/ IIo: ge"A' lion of Barracks and for the commissioners appointed to

RIDA. hereby declared to be the building of a jail and cis-

.1.1L i AN ACT tion of said corporation; at Key West f'to complete the same,

.1 : :; To incorporate the City/ of Key West.Be .. any of (lie.laws and : however, 'that the said commis-
slialr within three months ''i-orn'tho
it enacted by tho Governor and Le.. the governmcn.1 of ,the '
of this nct make and ,
Mnsnow AnD. Jun. Las refnoved gi;.lat \'e Council of the Territory pf Florida ,Sec. 9. Be it further bond with sufficient, ,security execute, in 'ho a '.
do lOG OfficiM to Ao. 9. :That all the free,white male ,inhabij laws and ordinances of dollars each
"' 'of thousand for tho
Calle Obripia, of that of the Island of two ,
tants part ,Key posted up at threo or ( of tho duties
Havana, Jan 1. 1832. 19 tf. comprehended: within the ,limits proscribed public places in said city performance "assigned
4 andro the completion of tho
,.- ,by the plan of said town, now on days before they shall tako cistern within the time prescribed said
file in the oflico .in the of by
uera county constitu; Sec. 10. Ito tt further the said bond to be approved by tho
Monroe bo and hereby
they arc
of said shall also that
Mayor city justice said
ted politic aflri. ,corporate by the provided
a body
120,O. 00 FSJftSSKJlvder name and style .of the City of Key West, all tho powers ,of' a.Justice a true state
within said and of all tho mcniescd
Aly Consort and Lady Tompkins and by their name sue and bo city, by them, and
BROWNE. corporate may receive the fees in all whom and all
for sale by "F. A. and be impleadcxl and same ftxpenditures up to the
Ke'y .Wgst>JMrci<2l,1832. 29 3i sued receive, plead donations. ,and doall other, grant acts aa may tie called, upon to of the said bond, and deliver the same

HENRY' K. NEWCOMB natural persona, and may purchase and Sec. li t|, And'bait (urd time of of giving.said bond to said

attend to any AGENCY or hold personal real or mixed property, and tlio act entitled"An act to J"'ice0 be by him forthwith
WILL Business that may dispose of the etroe for the benefit of tho Town of Key Went," miucd toI Treasurer of the Terri

be intrusted. him. Office and StoreRooms paid city, and may bate and use a corporate Nov. 1828, be and time )

In the Warehouse of FIELDINGA. Seal,which may be,broken or altered pealed, and that this act >> Jan, 20, 1832, Approved Jw.
{07.West, NOT 1C, 1831. tl tf at pleasure! from theSretdaj of April :L 1032..

.-' >1", ',, '"' ,. '_ '" '.i" ,
"" < '
'I < !
; :& a "' \ formidable' than iilccrtaintf of being 4r1Arrb' i M1 scrip' OM'1ft emit Honey nt theo

w "" of TileSTATg"nIGJIT8 trampled by those!: with whom we have confederated co & tt tl ime of or.

AND FJIEC TRADE at tome. Hence is is vitally im- A Jonrnal t>tture bring th d that they

EVENING POST. portant tliaf the power sbonld be sustainedwhich and tale Arts. -'>I, I will retain n ,, r cent ot'
alone Can compel astrictconstruction lIT [lun" & mrmrEA. ':'.1 ':slurs! uurit 1, cc ga,remuneration fur

TilE edaMishmep.tllb ffcwipaper Chirlcst6nof devoted to tho an of the Charter. That power resides with THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of thooldcsl.e1isting' ilia i'tdublcO "" ; ,
each Stato Sovereignty. It 1. tho State Journal jn the U. States. '
Las \ Editors vtt i7orn
support of .their'principles, been deem- to arrest p"p3pcrs' t we ex
expedient( b'y tho STATE RIGHTS and Right the usurpation sovereign of Federal interposition agents. The CSt Under many proprietorsltfeourse.witti been Americanand few change:are requesled; tcymeUc nbo\c on
exceptions, always
FRCK TRADE PVHTV. In pursuance insertion th 'faTOr
tho conservative and :: gl be reciproca-
istenco of this right as popular Of late yean, from neglectmore
of this determination, TIIC EVENING: tcd
Constitution no'Aew doctrine ( ;
u causelts influence and
principle our other
than ..
POST i will be commenced at a Daily office Evening ; it is co-eval with our Federal! polity, patronage any had visibly! declined.. Within the Jan. 1st, 1032. :,.T: .ro.;.' fak.irriT ,
Journal, to,soon 'as' requisite
bo and wasasserted by its founders and contemporary last year however<<: ] the present proprietors, L ------ j r 7 I T n Jl" i i\ V iy | jffi

arrangements ,can completed.The ti 'Which tho Eve- expositors. This principle is having entered, upon,,a, coin so of policy The following article originally appeared

nlng Pout, political will be tenets devoted, are 'so familiar the: characteristic :feature proudly distinguishing more consistent: 'with ,the politics of the in this paper: .Wo rcpublish it on accountof

Jo .thii. community\ ,'have been tlO*long the ours from other Republics not Federal I South, and having made numerous additionsto having lately seen u copy of ft in a Boston
in their elements. In the latter, a of their
prominent nbject of discussion. by: ttho the mechanical improvements paper( with! many errors and! !Inaccuracies
Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of public it out in'a newatpl
establishment by fitting in the latitude
and triumphantly
<< longitude and
press-and havobeen: lo"o.n. n' with bearing
and varies
is construed
by sheet and
opinion, !
handsome and on a larger
vindicated by the first minds In out in of some of the Light Houses. It U e\i-
changing will of a majority ; than heretofore
'the' !
? better description of ;
Federal councils thac it : paper
State,. and in tho, dentif.tllis
; it erroneous statement be
I followed
'Our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, and have been favored with a -
to more
than it deemed the following unnecessary exposition promulgate, -rhich is offered / AI- a permaticnl\h'lto of action largo and proportional increase',of patronage ? .U Will i 1 materially mislead. the '.Mariner,
The formal recognition.of such a righton ai.d and so farfrom'belng a guide to"
in'lieu'of a more detailed l1 al creed. including new subscriptions general warn him
Fred willbc.advocatcd as'the dictate tho'facoof'tho Charter !d have beensuperfluous advertising.. Within the last )'ear"llicir from danger, will subject him to the very

'of.:'an enlightened pdlicy-as; ; a privf- ;in as' much as it resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against chichittr publication
formation of between
front the a compact -
lego'of tho people,'which impartial' justice independent sovcieigns having no of more than Three Hundred Citi \Vns.i tfndedto: gUlfctr;; advise Editors .
rulers of zcns. to'\which new names are with,little
requires fromthe, every country publish the following which
common umpire As a feature of oiir political almost added. The may be .
U exception, pro-
und whichin ours, guaranteedby
as a right, relied
it is rohhcalnot a on as accurate: -
course a
system order the betterto merit that encouragement -
tho Constitution. Tho framers of that prietorsin
generated instrument! withheld! from 'the revolutionary right.; .,Formed for tho protection of ,which: it is equally their .. "Forthe.information Mariners generally

Federal agents the .(o protect<< manufactures of a minority from the usurpations oC pride and pleasure,to acknowledge much we have procured from,tho Collector

by restrictive, power duties ; it has''been I the Federal authorities themselves and has been received, from their friends and ot the Port, the following schedule of ilic

usurped ,by a perversion ;ot the revenue: from the usurpation tf a majority exercisedthrough fellow r.eDs-have established in connection situation of lie Light ,Houses,along tho

power, and its exerckcinvolvingIectionaloppression tbcsubterviencyofihoscaulboriticsthe needed with their office of business, spacious Florida shore, under superintendence,
Constitution,itself protection.
for sectional aggrandisement, a Rtading Itoom, in which; the chief Public Cape Florida Li rht-Satianary.,
Situated i.
that not
Reliance for protection Wrely wa and
has, necessarily,produced a sectional, 'exasperation whomit Journals find their way are: Carefully the south Pouti
which endangers placed in cither of the parties against filed, from all the States in pur Union. on of JKey; ;JJiscajno,

of. the Union. It 1I1mpolsibletbat! permanency the injured was provided as a shield. The Soprcmc This room is free with all its facilities,with about 400 yards from he beach., The

parties can;, tolerate legislation so manifestly Court being one of the Federal agents,,was out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette.A Light may ,be considered 1 70 feet J above tho

unjust and unequal its operation. not, therefore, entrusted wit; its political regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform level! ot the sear distant from the Cult'Stiesm

Without first proving, which'w impossible guardianship. Nor'could hc engine of the and upon 'a fine paper- suitableor about, l'miles... Vessel drawing
ballot box have been
that the benr uut the protection are equally majorityf-tne' Tho con- correspondence, carefully collected, JOfcet.nTay'approach'withtn '2 *1-2 milcd
sidered the sectional
apportioned to all the Stales-it is a gross as safeguard. with the most correct estimate of the true of, ,tho.IJ.Jgbt.Lat.. 25 47 N. Ln. .
influence the
can exert no on representation
absurdity to contend that, the burdens of condition of the markets, and put upon tho OO.J2Wi--' ", 0
of sectional The
all. If then a majority. most advantageous terms to all that come
the Tariff press equally upon ,
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as responsibility representatives butsecurestheir under this class,is also issued from the office Light Ship Florida:'ismtnafed on Cary -

its dcfcndcis vainly argue, Its operation is fidelity to their respective constituents of,the proprietors. Their Reading:; Itoom, font's Reef, near tho site of the old one,

yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no andthe, representatives of a minoritycan where the earliest information may be.had, ( in Lat.'25. Ott N.-Long. 00 27 ,1V. It

free people to('submit, to' its ,unauthorised effect'otbin against tbe antagonist i. free alike to p.trM, .(ranger* in the city is easily dlstingoisned, as Iwo distinct

exactions' Much less is it to be tolerated, interest which' tho'representatives: majority and masters of vessels trading to this .Lightr'are shown, which can generally Io
their constitu-
"lien it it evident that we'are not only arbitrarily may bd compelled by port. To these improvements, they ake seen nt,OJ\) distance of 12.rnil<. ,." '
taxed as' consumers, but that the ents ,to'enforce in utter disregard of tbe daily additions, affording facilities to the icct is to wardi'tsscsr3 ir6n> tire. Dangerous

inevitable result of,tho protective system is Charter.that The the principle'Constitution therefore is at ,thcdw-is desolating manof, leisure and business, alike hitherto rock<...1(1 shoals ncarVhch it is placed.JCty .

tho ultimate'ruin of the Spiithbin producerin and he unknownSIMMS & DIWYEA Wat Light,stands on ,the' S. Vest
of must
crctioo quietly
,No 3 Broad street, Charleston.
tbo"i prostration of bur'agricultural!! inte- Point of tho Island of Key West is ii
<,vtrrcndcrcdito their wisdom and j lstice.- Subscriptions received at this off** ; :: ;
,rest. Besides:'except in the Parliamentary transactions : 7 Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82 01 W.; erect'
in the
Our There resistance is no'solidity, that others are objection blindly submitting ,to- of the two houses of Congress-our THE WEEKLY "iOUNINliC.'u HUlt ed tr the purpose of guiding vessels: when

to tho evils! which" are'overwhel- frame of government nowhere recognizes AND N. YORK EN'QIftEK. entering the hat hour; the I directions for
the rule that the will of a majority
ming them; '.in common with ourselves .- which are as follows: Bring the Light Co
This delinquency is not our justification. If shall govcrui Tbe Fresidentmay be On Saturday the 28th Jan. lust. the bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key, Light to
elected, minority of the majority
we awake tho'dangcrs'and degradation by a !?States of the Morning Courier N. and tho Reef in
;art to. of Senators representing the Proprietors bear W.S.W. you cross
of our situation, it behoves us to leave ,aggregate of whose? ,population arc a minority York Enquirer, intend publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West

nq'tsffort untried until wo shall have repelledthe of the whole people, may reject a mea largest folio sheet ever issued, a Weekly Light until within two' mile. then steer
of liberties. Tha
Post invasion will,'therefore,exhort to resistance Evening ofnt.Tnritr 'snrcunanimoiisly passed by tho representative Newspaper, to contain all. that appears during N.W. until you open Fleeming's: 'Key-

"' the most of the people in tho other House-and tho week in their daily p.\p; cr. Jt will which is a Mangrove Island In lhetorthem> !

PI l ..as.._..__ prominent n which, enormity I has keen vice versa, a ,bare majority in tho other be pabl'.shrd 1 01\ tIne )paper, wiili new type; part of tho harbor, and then inn ,fur K
built\ ir! on the "li S of"lg .. House may.reject'a measure passed by the anil to it within the reach of all classes is in the of
our fathers and wiuciijTT }place ..... .., The Lest; anchorage upper pat
bequeathed by ; thoStatc* in the.Scnate-TlPeFfesufenVa ses Ol \ ;,,,._-;, lll. Urt'.J..I
mile uf-tho Horse
established as the.settled pohoy'() the country subscribers at tho reduced price of three Height Ijiglit
individual, his veto on the
single put
I may fiom the level of the 83 feet inchcs.Light
G .
cither th'o bond sea,
must, in lh<| end, sever deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad- .
down and consolidate the stationary. !
'or Union,or I 'of the-' Court, holding office "
:State Sovcielgntics into 'one limitless,irrcipon Supreme tancc. Sand m
Key Light.-Revolving? once
not bjr 'election but by appointment, may In of the other Daily Pa-
\ib) '1m'iu 'op'pos Internal' Improvement as unconstitutional pers in New York, determining not to board
coast 1-2 miles
and 8
House, Senate, President. l'he'pow- ; -S.W..bYr'S.: ffon.Kpy
as.an engine offavoritism, vessels and receives their news on Sunday
; ,
er to protect the Constitution could not Wcsf Light situated ]tect:
as,a source of sectional robbery, 'a.. creating the Publishers of the Courier & Enquirerhave -? (dirccily.On time
have intrusted the
been rationally to '
necessity for perpetuating exorbitant very The Light 70 feet above-th(, cai1 *"
a lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars
majority from which the danger violation
taxatipn-it will) oppose tbe recharteringof would have in establishment Tortugan Light--Strtiontr, ono
It been indeed a news
was consisting
apprehended. separate ,
the United States' .Bank,.as manifestly I of the Dry 'Torfugas Islands, near the western
committing keys of the'house to of one Schooner of ninety tons
unconstitutional\ and as prolonging, the ex- the of those distrust of whom extremity of Jl1 tiers r;in Lat. !2i 31 N.
safe-keeping one of sxty tons and the row
of dangerous ; and it will necessary -
jitcnco ,a power Long 83 10
'oppose tt o, projected'disposition i of the Surplus -, suggested the propriety of locks Tin pow- boats. This establishment is supported at p W.KEY "
left with '
the several State
er was wisely
.Revenue, 'as schema ot bar fAcetl. .5ovcr i ntiea-and thus not was there nn annual expense of Nine Thousand doL- WEST ,

wholesale bribery,,which.if adopted,will provide a delnito rule of only action for the lars, and vessels from Europe are boardedat SEeR 1tANUrAC'ZORYV
give to' oppression a duration coexistantwith and their disseminated ,
sea news : through '
Government render
Federal but
that of power \ .,II. 1V ALL- lakes,'this of
our government.A opportunity
the with .
inoperative,that is to nullify their unautho country great dispatch, long before
lisand attachment the ho
'r-'cal judicious. to informing | Publicthatbehas! established
rised and irregular :action. they reach thu harltour.!

crisis Union for, prescribes the determined present ;as and the proper Solar as a-'congeniality of view*may ex- In its politics,, tho Courier & Enquirer is A ST.OAU 'MAXl'FACTOKtf at Key Vest,

making uncompromising ist, in relation' to theSe principles,the Evening is the lie imports (for this purpose; the f fry best
Constitution purctIDememitic-atlhcri.ng to tt-
,.tand forthc ,before pr ..
Post is ,to: the State Rightsand !o1 acco Jtd '
pledged frvri 'ana. a, .
time intorests of 'different sections ciplcs nod of the
j jarring usages Republican Party,
are:organised against i eacli other in irrcconcilahle Free Trade Party; and as tho supportof and advocating the tc-ch ctlo of General! Segars (Jft tfiq( Mi'st' qual jt ty, and ,pf every
before blinded measures, to bo efficient, must include description milt be had lit .
conflict- by their Jackson to the Presidency. Its columns at pstablishroen.CKr
,the. of its humble aid will be
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States ,zealously support contributed men. to extend the personal are alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic t AW :onlors\in the above line will
hall regard as undoubted .right their undueadvantagesbcfaro meet the-earliest attention.
and the ad Intelligence Morals Literature the "
( they ,shall resolve to fitufenco promote political ; and ,
maintain'atal| hazards the..tyjannoiis,;prio- Vancement of those statesmen. who devote Fine Arts. In morals, however, it does _March_ r .. ,.*1831._. r' *_. _'.. ......*.**.*_ '

.cirlo,\ha public opinion," yr the will of a themselves to the good canso, whieft is identified not 'act; upon tbe creed of Fanatics or Bigots Loggerhead Turtle:"
with Shell.
value of the Union and the
the Constitution but the inculcates hoSt .
poworabove on
majority, is a ; contrary,
and honor .
and before the victim sovereign ties'in'minority liberty warm' co-operation of with, South these Carolina.will be em Its principles of morality and religion only, THE, subscribers:will* give: }aair ;prfco

goaded beyond endurance (unless the barrassed by,a personal pledge to which are formed upon peace and goodwill .,50tf lbs. of the above'article.
; candidate -
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall for the Presidency or"any other to all mankind-the fruit of which is GEORGE;>> E. WEAVER" ,& CO.,

tiso in desperation"and abolish a frame of 'office. .tolerance and brotherly affection instead of '\f ,Key W ellt" June 8 _'
much to be
government nised a> that too for which shattered they originally recog-stip- In maintaining,its ground amid the con persecution for opinion's 8 ke.n : \' EDWARD CHANDLER"'I' ,

,. flicts of'party; it will be the aim of the Evening Upwards of Four Thousand copies of -
"tatod, aDd which inveterate sectional ATTOfNCY:: or THE UNITED T-\TE4 aotrrnER.T
tred shall then render it impossible ever Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier & Enquirer ar
again'to re-compose and re-edify. The South tho Press belief by courtesy that the legitimate and moderation; _ends of, under newspaperdiscuselon and' more than Three Thousand: Semiweekly t-, ARC.\DC, .,

ernco rouled a, full tense' of her wrongs, are best subserved by firm ; and in tho City of New-York its: -

will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; ness without violence, and zeal without in" circulation is known to bo more than an
and it cannot bo denied that by tho Constitution

even if strictly.observed, the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than any other RqkEI"i 4 .

States'are placed at decided disad acts of opponents it will exercise thought paper. These facts are referred to, as affording '
vantage.. Once leagued fur the resumptionof of dealing'freely-but it is hoped that no the only commentary the Proprietors XTENRY: GODDARD informs the pub-
part of its career will eer'ju4ify.the suspicion with XX lie that be has established himself at
rights, they will submit no longer to a con propriety,offer on the quality
Crtb of the infamous West in the Business. The
even partial adoption Key Bakery
system of indirect taxation calculatod'toblind of the matter which will be found in their
the people:to the o"tenfand Inequality maxim,that H is fair politics* following a'ticlesof th.o, best quality can
The domestic couccrns of native contemplated Weekly publication.. be
and dur State always had at his establishment:
of their will demand
they will be carefully .watched, and the policyadvocated ,It 13 intended to publish 17,500 copies FRESH FAMILY LOAVES

fur thcirlabocirrgclassarapresentationfullyequal to that of tho laboring classes the which shall appear best calcula, of the first, number of ihc paper, which Every Morning; .-

other State The- required concessionswill ted g for her prosperity,.safe, and economical \yill be.distributed in ditTercnt pans of the FRESH PILOT' BREAD, T

be certainly refuted by those by whom o' government. country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster Constantly on band;.

to! the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated While thQ Evening Post will be devoted in the United States, in order that Also .

by calculation of pecuniary profit to the promulgation of tho political faith set a specimen,of Jho publication be crammed. A variety of Sweet Dread,,Cake, 'k 9* Lc.

and loss, and the Federal bond will be sundered forth ;in this prospectus it will not be neg may O}:: Orden for,any pf the above article

-and forever. The,advocacy of State lectful of the practical details of Commerce will boo eratefully received J and, prornptiy

Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy and Trade, two branches hf industry which JEIU13. executed? *

of Union, success must bo most beneficially affected by the i Daily I'alier--- "S tOper an. Payablem. Key West, Fob, 8, J83g.; t3 ttP.
its doctrines. Great exertions
With a firm conviction of this important Weekly Paper-4 per an.}\ in
:truth the Evening Post will ,contend for will be made to perfect the departmental WJXKIY PAWSK-3 per an. advance.
f6 Liberty-the natituHon-Unton.' For connected with 'commercial Intelligence, CIf ee e
and &: Any person who obtain >,
liberty\ first as the first of national bless our merchants and tradesmen shall find may eightsubecnhers m

sings J for the Conttitt.tion which secures it the readiest attention to all tb tt wants, and to'tho weekly paper and remit ( ionUnuestojransact General' Agency

from domestic usurpation and for the Union the warmest gratitude for all their favors. the amount, shall be furnished with, a copy brand Commlssibri Business

which strengthens it against foreign ag.- TealeS gratis;and to companies of ten subscribers, Goods taken on $ iVtv03r ",

,greftsion., Without a rigid observance of Daily paper $10 per annum. Country who associate and remit twenty-five dollars, lie will always iorago bo happy 1o receive
the compact the Union must become a Uni paper three times a week, $5. it will be sent fug ** Sotach per annum. and ezecuto'aU
: orders irttLie line of Buss
on without Liberty and the uncertain danger Advertisement inserted at the usual rates. Jost Masters, who have no objections to '
of from abroad is Charleston S. C. ness,. j : -f '< i ,
subjugation Oct.
infinitely ( ) 9,1C3J. act as our Agent?tarol't'quf'Sted toieccuo ,
Key West,29th March, tit,.;' .. '

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