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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 16, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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? Jm AhCG..;.- 'o.Ii., passing of'this*ordinancd: ,till Swine, found charge'ony crackers4, Ot. 'nth! r': to' woikswhatevcrV \". an examination beforea; ,competent Com.niilte"aMo -

T' e ont 'Imances, Id the; City of Key running at lkrgo.Ira any, .of/ tho sttectg pr', and anytrsotivi6lating( $th6nrpvisfonscf ; ,, '. !>6 constituted ,by tho'Boftril} to;
,!\Vest, ,within the corporation limits of Key West, this ordmancb, sliajl Jbo: fined cxainit'ostscli: applicantjand if'hcbofoutid

e; .. o;it ordained by tho Mayor,and, shall bo taken i into the possession of the City ):'i\'o:Dollars ..for caclr .and. every offenccy.,, i ;om tctU/it81ull1 bathe duly 6f:the .CJctk.!

"., 'Aldermen of the City CityofltcY'\VQSt-ln. Marshal, and the owner or ocpncrg thereof and upotf failure lo4r3t'1 the same, shall bo, '. tb grant;a BrSnchio such applicant, and
c11 assailed*and-it ia hereby ordaincd by shall pay to Treasurer of the Corp J imprisoned exceeding ten days tlvesaid Bfancfujirall, Designed by the May

thomilhcnrHy, ,ol.ho.' same That front true). ration the 8um,of One Dollar,,for each'find, #ec. 2. Be stfurtllbfotcJaihcd.rl1tt' a f, or, fit tvhich. thejipplicant! shall,pay to 'tho"
aft ,tho passing of this ,Ordinance, t every hog, trow' or-swine, tad found, runningat any free negro, or: ihiilaj6| shall'fire off' or 'Corporation, Five Dollar *' and one'Dollar

it .r+.hhalba/ the duty .of jail housorkeep: ; large, belonging to uimhcr, or them, and. discharge any fire nrthsiof discharge any to the. I be required 6f.e dl,

ers. t6 put ,at least QUO,peck of Lime into.thej'rivy ron their failiri, sd tojdu on notification,the (rackets,..or any other ire=wofk; whatever, : n'nd cvtry: Pilotbcftra\ : .ho xccciyca his i or,
of.( Jhclouso. they .inhabit, once: Marshal is hereby directed to cause the said contrary:to thi,ofdin8nc ;he qr the$'so offending } their Binncli to give good :Security 'in tier,

every.two weeks, and every person fail int( ]hog iiffor swine he sold,al public'oiit-> for the firH.oflenco,shall be! final. 'sum of Oho:I'ho'880d DoJ1nl1l,for.tho'faith;

or .infusing: .to comply'with the provisions of' cry; tho proceeds: of which sale, afer\ : deducting five Dollars r and 'Upon failure or refusal to'I 1 full performance of1 _his 'or ;their,,duty I,'. .

this Ordinance, s1rilUib''fined] the] mirn'of the 'expenses incurred-by.liitn;.and! pay.'tho same;ho or they shall reccivolwei\- Branch'Pilot. 'T /,

Two- Dollara for each offence. T ,tho ol>ovo, specified sum per,V bend. ,,:lie will ,. ty lashes; and. for Ihe'second' offence,' ho;;.. ,,, Sec.,:9., uciMjt':further orJaincd, Thai tJ't;;
;Sec* 2..,"'Jlo it further onlainet),That Itualljx '(pay over to the owner: or owners thereof.:A'Sec. : or they'shall'receive thirty-pinolashay] and; any Pilot'shall' hang ? Ul or carry: out.,of

)the duty keep the yards I and ,.gpelchsutesa.undePheircontrolL ; I loots taught running nt',largo WitHiif; thdHimits.ofHhe Sec.'3.. Beit fimhclr, ordained; That any fumihan'lie 1 lawfully "'entitled, ] to, to.tho..prejudice ,

aqdithe' privysjand other on typuses : : City,'..without beihg hobble l ,1 jcrFOn'giving infunnatioifof'tt: violation f ': ; << (.rant otlicr'Piloty ho or they, on?, ,.
in them, clean! ,and in good'!order?, also, so -ns to ]lireventijicift;jumping from flnd this;Ordinance, shall he entitled to ono half' conviclioQ thereof, shall/forfdl; andIiay: to.

it'shalfboAho' duly of taro theCly.iMarehal) ,after tho second 'day, of May; shallKo shot 'I Jib I! monies"c6Hectcd. :V of the person so, offending ,the Corporation, Twenty'Dollar*, over! oncizlboibfttlhttwtho
least once every months to ywit tlie enclosures by tlie'City! larsfJnh'or any ;person'jiuthor'. ? -. pll ''aga' shall atgounttd,'

of all house*5ft th.o.City o.Key Vfest- sized by''hint' .: ; Priced.28th AP"J, ,1832. .' bad all controversy in: relation to any part of:
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and, see, that the saiao are dean, ..arid the.outhousci Passed 28 Aprit, 1832. < r.. O. .0HARA May K> this 'p inancc, "shall bo decided, by tIs,

in gOod order,'anct whctievcr, :"'>r-' O.O'IIARA' ; MaoJ.1J "Alexander Patterson, C/crAy : f'J'ay6rlubj'ttt' however'to an nppcalVtq: .
chall, find filth ,tit dot:which/ ho map / .
any I.n P: lrrLRSUN, Ckrk. i : dcrtnr.n V
deem prejudicial tho l health, of the.Citjrf 4tE." .,.. .- ., : 4:/.. ;. '., pRDrNANJcSiNo., 7.To V Scc. 10., Bo-It further onjujncdf- ThdVany

lip stall: notify, ,the! :person or persons! ,occu- ,'"111. i ';ORDINANQp.No.1.> ->' ';; .. .., ;. regulatebo( rilot&go I for"tho' Port :ofmeni -petson'ssrih'ct'toIhis: Ocdinanco.flnd,

'jiyingfthc enclosure*,or hating control: l'aTax Pedlars antfcTransicnt.Tradenr'! 'or. lVest' failing to.cQ }pl;wUW lho8amcj!; 6r'refusingto ;
J'leastjteir-Sr/jt ... ... .. .
of the same, to remove ihp'sud filth ironic* : .- See I.,>'Pe it ordalricd,.by'the.Mayor and,' ; at _, .n;*" w pay''jny' COSJg'or fines'.in.'cotisequcncethereof

diatcly, and upon failure -of. 'jtha':'person: a-? Aldermen of the! City pf Key,West lt In Coun?.I hereinbefore; prescribed? for their annual e., : execution ::may bgisgiicdJagainattlierri : : ,
(forcsaid remove cold( filth. It.sbalL.be the leclionj'nnd if the Mayor shall reft so or t .
cil
assembled 'and it is J li reby ordained.by! hy-'Hio l\1oy'ott."As.in cash 1o, ( .rt jiu1Rrpent.
duty,of tho Marshal 1 lo, have-Lbo'samo're-, neglect lo order and advertise said election, t "
the authority} aforesaid! That' any?.*person ', .. ;
moved at tlioj cost pf tho,person, liable to' coming: within the Jimits"bftyre! City. of it shall.be the duty'tiCtho clerk'bf sud'ln.corponlti i Passed 30lh April .163& O .' :$ .
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n and the clerk) \ ,
remove ihbfsamej: and.:4 ivery;.person failing Key'West,-and not bcing.a resident uTtho todo.so; .if refuse '. '. O.',O IIARAMayxClcrk L
or refusing,tB'retiOtttabydi't ar Glib,wher>. (Island nnd havinta,Store thc? inwlrosliall or neglect to do'so, .shalland. may Atx.\tnilt'< >T r TTtRso. **- .
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required by llje.'Glty 3>tllnd)8il.; shall t .,in addition sell or'lysposo of any goods,wares or'mcr.*, belawl'ul: for'the. citizens of said titVllo; I- ,. t. ..,.. --" '.\., .-' ..: .. {
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entitled .
,to the costs "removing; the same, chandizc ,, live may 112 to,veto for a Mayor and ., .
except stock and ppnltrv, ,OttD N NC _No., 8.. .. '.. .
TJC.,sfibjcct to a: fine: of Five Dulars, and within the! limits'of the City or s idi.hnll.* Aldermen of said city, to assemble at any y,Concerning'Do' .i; ... '
,Lost$. *.' ** &Y before'he proccede-tiht'vendrbr! : disposeicif'tho convenient place ,in said, city, and appointjudges "1Yhereasthegreat numbe_'of& "Dogs at i prp, .

See-3., Be it farther! ordained,'Thatvhcn.anyjirivy. same.pay4p the-Treasurerof the City [ to conduct said election,_ and they senj runn;nft'at :;large In the City'0Key' x'

:whicli, maybe; erected upon Teh 'Dollars; and obUfn from the Clerk of : may theft proceed to elect Mayor, and six, West# ,whhoutjiuy ostensible; 'owncr iaaneytl1dtldVngir -
ftuy'lot"'ltlnn'tho' ; limits of tho City, and the city, a .Lice hso specafying.. the object t Aldermen, who shall be sworn into office; ,, i $,felt eciesblybyall
-shall- from its 'fiitnatibn';.br'the manner, i in f fort\-hichlhesamoiscranted. H/.> ; by any Judge or Justice of the Peace in the classbsbfTb
cnMmddityandtalcgkstcd
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which tho sane'is-tcptbecomo generally, I '#Si, i'f.2. Bo i it flbrtfler- ordaJfledJTljaH-; county; aner'which, tfioJ\Ja-yor. and Alder-] ,to arouse tholicelicatippehcnridds! ; front t

offensive( 'it shall 'be ',deemed a: nuisance, ray person c miug''igto the. limits vC Key men so elected, shall immediately enter thnrcbnsideraiiohr.of: the ,apiroahin.

and 1iJ! owner, occupanVof: the tot, Orthepcrson'having West; who may, ,be, subJcct1olhls Ordi.;; on' the dnticg to, be performed by them. 'warm season \ ** '.i"j: 'i' .

the ,ontrol, thereof shall 'man'coarl 'fail lo comply with] (Iro''first Sec 7. Be it further enacted, 'That the .. ..'Stet j. Bt it therefore, ? ordained i by ,

remove<< the same.to such' )laco In the said section thereof'shall ,be fined,Tweriy(| 'Dollars Mayor and Aldermen of said'city'' ,shall]] the Mayor.dnd board of Aldermen, of'said

premiscs,'as the Mayor of the' Corporation to be recovered before the'Mayor. ,)power and authority' to prcvqnt and. City,o'KCpWest'T1ntt: ; +from' :nn i"'ho'' ,
II.ndvo' other members may deem' most Sccj-3: Be it further,Qrdamcd, Tlhat-a-, have\e nuisances restrain and prohibit lit LI. inst the Owner of every DogVoUnd

proper noel upon ihe refusal or failure .ofsncV'nerspnjo ,nypcrsonj 'who' may h3.\'o. his! good\ -ofC3or : gaining! to esfablish,and regulate within iho} precincts of said City and bo.
remove tlie same, it shall IIC'taw1iJI markets, the safe keeping of weights
Tierchandizo sold or disposed to 'citizen
: by'# !nyt longing a thereof, shall) bo taxed
' for the City Marshal, to remove'thc. p soe'cstabltislied and doing buBiriess'ns:-u 'and, measures,' fa regulate] .streets, squares 'fot the same and every one of, tho soma
sarno at the expense .of-the party' refusing, Commission Merchant in the City afI\ef: nnd/cnces in said 'city;,to license weigh-: : at.the, ,rate of-One- Dollai ifbr; -male

.nnd ihe! person eo refusing. shall be fined the, West, shall! be'exempt from tho provisions'1of ,:I crsto.regulntoand] appoint patrols, to'pun.. and Three: Dollarsfor 'ete'Yfema! : :every c 'tto'be'applied ,,
sum of,rivb Dotloful ish vngabonibi,to erect and keep wharves /
V this Ordinance. t ; up .t to the us*of said Cfiyof K VVesf.
Sec; 4Be it further ordained: That any Passed 28,April, I, 3fc :', to appoint pilots and regulate] pilotage into Scc>, 2. ,Be it'further ordiincd, Thai y on!>

person.-siinject to tliis'Ordinance, and failing ,0, O'l1ARAMuor., the tarbouc.nf said city, and,the entrances -, failure,or'tom plia'nee with tlie provision of

to comptyvith the sarne;o.r refusing ALExANDEn'PATTF.RSOY. crrru.i!. intolho same; to regulate the anchorage the foregoing section } '.
to pays any coats or fines in .consequence --:.. **,,' .. and mooring of'vessels] in said harbour, passnge:o -this act,,:the\.tnninddaysfroth.the
mast or or owner:
thereof execution tax'nnd license billiard.tables 'to
to
maybe tax
issuecLagainst OnDINANCE V of utb ;
No. *
-- K Ioghall be liable to fine of
a Ten
than T>vJhe1\'lnyar' as in Case, of''jt, 4 b2ents. for preventing the introdnctioa of Cholera !andJicensq: hawkers, p'dltni: and transient Dollarsono-half to the 1\)80-t.f, said.Ci;
Passck2O Apnl1$32.' into the City of ey'West.; ", traders, to tax retailers, of,dry goods and, 'ty of Key West the half "the;use'of'

I. p. ,ttf/ARA< llfayor.,4LR.nrn Whereasa certain'disease known( by'"the' groceries, comthissipn merchants, and.Auctioneers ,, the;informer ortnforp, nto be recovered bo: .

, E rPA'tn9o; ; Clffk.QRDlNrANCE : name of Indian 'Cholera, at present pro-' ; to tax free negroes,mulattocs snobslavesproviddd fore the said .Mayor. or Mayor pro,"C'fn.' of
I tailing in the Northern' the tax slaves shall l not
of on
parts Eufnpev 1 '
eald City, and"such -.haUh
Dog .
or
JDogs
-No.-"5. V : of (the most fatal idKiractcr, and aSj sqch- exceed the:Territorial l tax on them; they ,liable moreover to be .
done with
To 'regulate! 'Streets;;and remote ibstruc-. disease may bdintroduced! inteigureawnports : shall. have, {power to levy a'tax on'all improved ,Marshal of- said away by the
and fbr,
'; lion!! from tbe same.. '.. < '* by'vessel 'Cn &Jinj.wilbthaC 'real 'estate"'within said city, of not CHi,> cverr' such .
"Sec., !.- Be it, ordaioed by the Mayor and of trio Globe, quarter : moreUian ane .half of.ono pcrccntum up- Dog killed or.dotie away with' ,' he. ,!mil teacetve ,

.Aldermen of the City of'Key West,in CounV .See. J. Bo; it .iher efo;ordained by': on its.value, and one, half of one pcrccn ,See Fifty Cents. i J. ...
cil assembled I :hd it la hereby ? 3. Be it' further ordained, :That all
ordainedby; tho,Mayor: 'and Jlldefnien of the City.o unimproved lots within said city
licenses
tie anthorityfaforcsaid, That, ho house L'which' foeh as !are contemplated' in th& _
; Key; West, That ..alh'e3al'1'ang; \ frOt.n unimproved Jots shall be; valued at .
building or.enclosure, shall remain '. fourth section of this Ordinance: sljfll bb' '
oren-
ports or places where the said disease exists, ,wenty-five dollars per acre, and said taxes issued V
roach, upon any Street ud every such_ob- shallle: by the Clerk'of '-Corporation of <, .
; taken bj the 1'ilptg,or tlie; 1'<:rt bn real estate shall be assessed bysuch per
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said
tnirt ion shall be deemed a City,and that for each of said Licenses
| tmtsance.
.thout.theJr JBon and in such
on board to the or persons manner as theMayor' '
going ,
ho tall
,Sec. 2. Bo it Worthier ordahred.That rantine;GrourAl,northward and QP"j and Aldermen of said city shall, 1 charge and receive the sum of Fifty .
when Street,or, Square ia the : shalt Cents from the \vocror such' or'
any City, of Fleming's Key, thereto; femain ,;under r deem most proper. They shall, ,also have Dog ,
I>opbtrtructe ,
the:same shall lie;madt.to 'the. Mayor and J : Health.Officer of the Putt ,e'l'erritof'and.of' their own body 1\fayotpro. tcip.tor tto use of said Clerk;, "'

Aldermen, it shall be the duty orAle!board Sec. 2. Bo, it further ors1nedi; That,", the:quarrantino: of: vessels, and rrgulations for Sec. 4. Be it furjhty- ordained for'the That*' ..
to appoint fit and t proper persons to tat i rwhile it shall be thought necessary, bythe: the preservation of Uie health of'said city. ny License may be issued keeping'of !
ine-nnd report to them if the said obstrucjvj Dogs; i in eotnp1iwetitb} tho
said Health Oflieer*that such vesse'l l'or\'ee..' They shall have power to appoint a healthoflicej p'royuionof .
tion ought to be removed, and ,if the' re> wselyshaUperformquarantinenoiryercourva: and such other officers as they tbio Ordinance; li> the Clerks'r'
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- tnoval of the s.meis recommended! by said, I : think may I Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That'ifpny
: 'wirhateversiraU'beheldwifithe"City! i orlsl. necessary to carry into effect their
persons, the Mayor shall order the sainc/ld .and of ,Key \ est, but by permission and laws and ordinances: and generally to pro.. t master or owner whatsoever hot iesld:
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be, removal by the owner or occupant *f; .. omler the Cfireetioo.of the Mayor vide for the interior police and good government ',' -ing-in said City of 'apy Dog or Dogs, fchall.. ;

Wid building nod a copy'of such order ?,Health ,Oflk r,'and nil'persons who. shall of said city, <*. !. after recervintrootic from any uiembcr or
shall bo by the Ci.yl\arslol)1'Cn1d, ; upon hold intcncoqrse such officer of this Corpomtibn, permit uch Dog
vyth vessel vessels
the! owner or occupant ofsucn building. without first obtaining --oc_: : Sec. 8. Be- it further enacted, That so t I;:;:or Dogs to go at'large ,tft >,feald C4., fa or.
,Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, Tlwuf be Gable fu.rerrur. the sai4pcrmi Ort,Ihall' muCh of the said city as is now used und I oho shall be liable to alfthejprovisions and

the! Qwnr or occupier the said building Loa, lie imposedupou fl1tJ'wessels same quarantine as,. occupied By the United States for tile erec- I II Dehahiea ivMrriK in llnipecocd) ifcr'f a'
dr
shall fall or refuse to remove the same after .goes. .. ..u4. .J I jtion of Barracks: 'and for other purposes, is .et this Ordiganib. fftr1fff '11 ':':.
tits senice notice aforesaid 4Z : hereby,declared to be without the Peteed
&s shall jurisdiction t. tJMla-'I83!. -T
1)8,the duty of the City Marshalrand ho is, Sec 3, Be It further ordaineJ,'Tjiat this x>f said corporation,and not subject to ;'t. ""' ., ." : '"- O. O'IIARAMayor.'

hereby !authorized .to 'bave the eaid house Ordinance sh!)>; ll remain; in full force,.until J any of the laws and ordinances made for Ar. irDzz. Pii ri v, Clerk ii: '
or build\ng\ or any nuisance, moored from e.xprMsJ1.repeaToo by this Board I tlie government; the same I 2 ; :: .

t Direct o, gqiiare, end tb Texpense of Passed 28 April, ID32.; I '
removing. the fame shall, ba- paid..by the O., Q'HARA" Mayor., 'Sec. 0e it furtherVnacted That alllaws : .: Ar1> ehr. .. 5".2-- : :
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and ordinances I .
ALE of said
person.owning or occupying such building, A )ER. PATTWtsoJr, C1P-1' .* city shal) beposted' j.-! iJ/tftr* -Cardinal )f Win .
tip
at three or more ot the most
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.and/or, the! amount thereof eqtion inay '----& Vas'djctatHigbnodaya\ letter to his Sear:
.(ssue as in case of jud [ tents. ,'ORDINANCE. --No, C.: public before places tbe1ha11 in said city, at least three tarp :t,Tho y tier. jovercorae with: incessant
day( take effect:
,Passed 28 April. J i. An Onlinn9p' to prevent tlte work fell PI nd the Cardinal contlnU''
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o. P'UARA, 4Va1or. Fir -Arm.f Lc. within the limit. ertbe Sec, 10 Be it further enacted, Tballhe cd dieta'ting, while pacing up and down has
i\Xtn.DEU P'lTBJUOY, Ckrk.RUINANCF.Nor City of K \Veit.. := l\Jareror said city shall have and exercise study. When ho raid come to the conclu f ,

\: See. 1. Be it ordained hy the Mayor all.the,powers of a Justice of the Peace sion: ho turned towards his Secretary,"WT>.
3.j'2 an3 Aldermen; of*he Cit>: of.Key West ti, within, said city, and 'shall'be entitled to hug "End as usual." Ho then perceived

""reytb ruuairr! at large of String of 'ouncl.I--mbled. ,and it.i Is hereby! ordained i receive'tbeeanoo fees in-all cases which- he that the first lines of the IcUw only were

oats w1\blG. lba. !orporatioQ, 'limits, of by the nthority:aforewidj; Tat it' may be called upon' to determine!': written., The CardinM wss very partial to

Ker.We.t'it the shall not be lawful fur any peraon within See 0: ;Be it runher .-ordnijieJi T7iat that Secretary, and tr@ttted him u a father,
lie Mdained
by Mayor'and"Alder. the limits of tho'Cite: which I Toawaltejiicajbr ,gave him box the
Upiiw shall each Und a on
'Pen Q/ the City of Key West, in Council beconsfrued as extending fijTTar'f P1' Branch evrymake wWbing to obtain a ear; tho8ecri lJa'a returned the
asseriWed, and it i is ordained abgth BppTu*!ion to too Mayo l iwr. cooly
Itereby br Itl'fet"t nf' .fbQ CvdinaJ
fp f tit Aid
or discbargd aannar lgro and Aldermen and be "t ..w.)
tItf authority ft the same, That after the of an before obtain .u, as we are both
description whatever wide awakf. J Jet
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to dis such, he) the/ said .al'fdi.n',, ahajl und rgoi. tif with our, letter*' us pr
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of to :
4 PKOCtfAMAtIdN'OT. : "MEssn; &' 0IC*'; 'Jbeen'imaorted directly-into the'District soimj\thcr .discretion }in. acccding-'-how could port to this Union,.tli ,cd. from
,: CLAY & CO. cxpbrtalion, 'UT Irec
;v KBRSQNf > was placed in 6tua1ton| in ,
.
..estral'flt.have been. Imposed? r : vhtcfi 1
,
Tliecollec
Read, grateful nJl subject! our Benign decree: ''distiyct m the United'States. 'kny,: : 'the weight hU talents influeiicVnav

AU these1 hereafter, tall bduty,fre'e! -. tor ra botmd by,the < : 4J tho.Pendleto'n
Hair pencils, iangen.bch'l', henbane, obligation see that proper scouritius,arcy t'CIm '
When is remembered that Mr.:Hayae shape. Jfer a' time existed
it
.* .. : any under
for ,
i ? lonea, V- *! taken on bonds given exporlfttion9 I.
1'1mento'.lingcr, capers,-'lt'Hng; stones,:' tho benefifof) -dra' back -as'''on liorrds taken' mmcnilincnt, which'went jio further, than. this go''crnmcnthen a :truly enlightened. 1
)
cc'the diittos' 'rauini
Figsaltnond currants, :prunes, for the merit of duties cmifrtptirts. And 'red sec
' l'ay did 'advocate rash tional'belirigsardi': Jlt have given'himself
'pliirm, dates, with "and "O 1' tlropart standard,and dot 'a or a
rapes, macaroni, casshf. : brass.\jn plates, equal collector vigilance it'isnotriciceivcd integrity that j sudden i'tii ealof'the'i incidental protection' lasting; Filberts, black pepper, coffee, cocoa) tea, of the ,, aflbrdctl l l.to ttteni nufiictuter was defeated! it is this.i To'tlie:demagogues: whoso !
Horn plates l for Jan terns;corks;can tharides" ,' there}is more danger of imposition! or fraud): by a decided majority,wo thhi, there t little hopes( of 1)litica1..Hstinction' Tie'in'embar-- '
seeds 'in this'particular being'cessrlltly pracused -
coriander. \ ,
Juniper .berries;
dst ntnnrotheqJOrt.lIt. room for hone left.It is true, a*etl action :rassiog' the Administration\ : by fanning the ,
Peruvian bark, urimsmufacturc4 re@ of leyVesf than .
'
., Berries.and nuU" for dying, tortoiseshell, r Ids with these views that 1 concur in the of.some >'kind 'hray ''be "nffecteA,.'but flames _discord. jn our country Sponge, saffron, India-rubber, calomel ," heretofore expressed by this 'do-: from indications which'vo h tctappeared 1; but ve.-do'lirtpo ihat'a uflicient i--
opinions, '
'Dagger!', quicksilver*. Ioel, af'bergris*, Apartment: in the' years1823 and '1829 in \wo'.have\'juriOi a that the ptotcc- '! i number will yet bo foundpossessing

Burgundy' pitch, IOlIslc.opiunt' ,;cutlasses. 1 f f favor of ,the proposed extension, ;t '-principle! wrll tfe givcniiip'or that any ': ',the patriotism and :the independence ft

Itattani'. frankinccnie, mtilitones; dirks' ; I have the,honor:to be, further'.concession i will belnade! 'such i strike' off.the.trrtu mel! 'df 'pal ty., 'and prove
tin-foil ,
BaHpetre.1inlced-rapeseed-bebJpsee oil ... Vcry-respectliilly, ns. may i>elthoughi baTcly:snfllcient to a re-! their friendship .to tlteJUnionby uniting
'
J' f 'evtikntiltat : + "sections 'of dot counlrybetween ,
I
Tent Stale interposition/ Bgainfche .
!i
,
Lac dye,gum Senegal!, gum arabic,' Your ob't serv't, '
r '.>.' "'apprehensions do exist'i'1rt'qulrt rs 'where 'which a fatal gulph already appears to ytfton.
od LOUIS McLANE
Barks
,
:. argot w . Roots, camphor, olives,-telescopes, $nmac, Sccrdlmy+,f&c Treasury.To 'nullification i hithertoJaos.J, cn, ridiculed) 'J'hat: so'fa r a fabric-ftsrthis XJnion *slro\ilt]
Mac,.nutmegs, madder, madder-root j shellac the' U< D. the Sn.fKER .. ''that the present state f,' nngs cannot,last !! thus early havebecufcliakcrr: :-that} its 'find

,* ., '. '.. the! l o Xrlrrscrr7a titr. much Icmger'vvlth'dut'anvli. |'pli kaiion'of:. tho 'I proportions should'>evcnb&ihrcafened
Landahom,.Cayenne: pcpperjt'ry black;, 11''Of o'9f f remedy., Whatcvercottcessiorisnie.: i ;;: : propp- : ld rsmemberment-s-that-it 1shxrud Wow gratify

voral;cotrosic sauced iublimate' spy= lasso .,-. The. 4u following. ,Petitions and Resolutions scd t. be made by tiro'tariJl" fIcnViU,, be i the! ? emfcs ..ofJreedolfl't_ andfatally: dis-

Tamarimh Ivory,unmanufacttirctlt! in sugac cotton.or: rtnolagsesY stone r. "were i introduced Iii:tho 1I0us "of RepreSentatives ,wrungYroin,them by .tlte Conviction. that' I aloint.life| 'friendslbf
.. Cloves,oil ofjtmipcr, sago; cinnamon, :If by Co .. Jo?JE.PH Mf \y JUTE, their layorirb tc'm'iri its prcsen,('li5cfebuS( t'crnni 'nt.jn:thci old world ttnd -tiro .n'Cw, is
Gamboge, nuts, ipqcacuanba,down, : :the Delegate from"the' :Territory. ''of,FJonnnSm3 -' r deformity, will Jot be submitted\ to. Their,, most lamentable. nut w VvTll I hope for bet-
'
.
Chatnomilo" flowers rhubarb, sabre, parts V 'rifla:: _' o' courseduringthe present. scssion ,we think'; ; terthingsP! """ we'wiH yet rely Upon tic pjf-
Of watcliesquad; rants';exao11- paintings; nHN>'T.JYI; (9. >.w
'charU, -' -* of a sectional majority. Tho rdinquishinent'of benefits oh' their turn. deaf aQ.' "tlie: ;'complaints of the

Drawings. ,quills,"feathers. wing and'cpanCochineal responsibility rcprcscntativcsbutsecurcs I darts. Bc the oJjv for';conciiatjpri! 'wliat. : :
.
constituents
; .. r\\ their fidelity to their respective : 'hap.ss
brhtletin in sheets and plates, andtharcptescntativcs; of a minoritycan ilt'mft)' trot: modllicnUolJ; + f.the. tnri..ftSJ! f.Jit } }
ivltl"involvo uhimatcaba = 'of rrlathW '4 hat some ,mode' will bfe
ori.
Ox horns, nil.othe/Jiorns: and tips, and flax,. effect nothing against the antagonist: t recled art : ,
Arid indigo we.wiJl.forbear to tax. .i interest which lho"rcpresentativesof-a majority I ddnmXht of tho principle i of jpro ecridrr, devised to crtXiKj.evils wb have<< too much
'. j may bd compelled by their constituents South' Carolina who: has Ubcn foremost.'in r reason to-dr'acf 'ii'e'- amcstly hope: It ba
.
r to"enforce in utter disregard of the I opposition, will be content*....but' e will be'! : result\ Tor ,whicJi 'all good citizens..will

:Poz1rcAIkkI{ ,. Charter! The principle Constitution, therefore is at ,the Is.discretion desolatingUtatthe .. content with! nothing! less. Sho.cannbt! bet pray,however'faction! : rhay,bd humMed and
*
Extract from tLo'J Journal of tbo Homo o'CI.<, I of a majority, and must he quietly deluded into "ticquiescence loamod.fica-: ,,disappointed in. jts uftliallowcd, ends. .:--' .
i tion of any oilier character.** ill
--'y' f Representativespresen! Session. ;Biirrchder'cdjto their wisdom and jilstice.I '---
"" DEBBNTUREKEV.WEST.. ", I Besides;except in tho Parliamentarytrans- ,
; J I. ,,Ac Saranah Georgian ., .
Prom r3
I actions of the two houses of Congress-- urt! .
LetterfronS the Secretary 6f thpVTreasury! frame of government no'whero recognizes 1 _The, Tarffi-:. vngrcs* has been in session'now From the'London Conrt Journal.
.: ot'.Deb.el1ture upon the subjects of oxtending"the right the consolidating rule that ,the will of a majority ,' .more ,than four monthsand'1hif.! 1'U.n.l'nNISTElt.ANb HIS WIFE.
Merchandise imported shall The President may be, I7ordand 'his-lady J occupied twos
into Key \\VeSt from other than foreign gnvtirni, important question isyctunsetiled.JThc .
}i" portal tc.whi, cl h>as,:on'April: 17< ::183?) elected,by Senators'representing a minority of the people States.tboI; a ma-i ardent hopes of the South have not -been : pJDg;npartmc11S! connected by a sort of

? "'.read and laid upon,the, table: jorlty.oC whoso \ minor fulfilled, No party prefenuVtctdpiibUthe antc.-cliambcr, but approached-froajn ddYN.cot'
,*:'. ,' \Aggregate or .population are a of reduction In die presenrta. :sides by separated stair-cases.: .. ',His
, i TflEASURjr: DEPARTMENTt ,- City of the whole! people, may reject a in** | necessity a.
:,. ;!'iPfil 13 d 11232. 'unanimously passed by tho rcprcscnta8tive riff;' but,the pertinacity i of those, >>'lio'llave Lordsliip'ong night hid brought confidential

S -..jn compliancy with a resolution! uf the people in the other House-an imposed a' vile Systemupon the country, ; friend into the, aoioeliambervlicfp!

rtlOfHou80 of. ]Jleprcschtativc3,'of the vice versa, ,bare, majority in tho, other and who still!'clin l ; to it, in defiance oT rea they were, as inaal, discussing politics and

20th: ultimo,directing the Secretary of%4he .House,..__T. may, reject a measure .passed; 1.th'<5 1 J; son and]justice, will use'every means lo defeat laying down plans of, debate. It was lair;
. Treasury ''.to communicate toythe 'House the State* in theSenate- PfesidentfjiKsingle jjwy.arWngoment'which shall be acce'p- ai\d every person in. tho houso had retired;
.. individual, put his veto on tlie 'to rest. Ili the cpurso-of conversation a
. his opinion',as to the'expediency e.tend"ltoI may tabletothta portion of Uie Un'!on. ,Those ;
and the J ud.ges' ,
> deliberate act of both Houses; 1 reference \\-(1S.Jlnd, tea Jocu'mten't, autUiis.Lordehfp .
ing Hio right of.delicntgro to merchandiseimported office :she enjoy the spoil will endeavor to retainit
or thcr ,Supreme Court, holding wcnt,to i it. ,.Tlie shortest
fall and unfortunate procure
KeyVesi the
into from'olher than;; not by 'election but by appointment, may,: ,though heavens ,
foreign portscsut mcrcb: J_ 'ridis .;being, 'at set aside tho concurrent' enactmcnt(.' ly for the republic, theirs is an irtfluenc way lay through his lady's l hetl-tham1
tliq time/of' importation .therein, .' 'entitled Hduso, Senate, and President. Thejpowjer winch in conjunction.with thos trading politicians her; Ilcfopened*the; door- the dressing

to debenturq1.I.; have the.honor to static.that to protect tho Constitution could not !i who bepd' every question to the room and in so' wpittg mtdo.n"no1s: Ilq.

" in the ,opinion of this 'department have been rationally intrusted to the very i i purposes of party, has heretofore,been enabled then p1'utvded to the bed-room,,which also
majority from which the danger of violation cominind Yet lie opened, hastily.traversed ,itj.uttering his
.Buch ension-wonld.be, ,'ezpediert.k .: to a majority. even
Jfy .the collection law'of' I790'exporta-, Was apprehended. the It would keys of have the'houseto been indeed i among these, the idea of keeping a surplus l lady's name:in, a.voice oi agonyiapd. HP
committing
lion for the benefit of drawback limited the safe-keeping of those distrust of whom of tYiclven. lJions of revenueannually=; turned to his: fri iul., i.That'geqUcindti .

to the districts original i importation I r ; and r suggested propriety of locks. The power IfcnjVonithe,bard earnings of the people t .saitlj that' he never
'. to thosa. port aj/which',vessels, from,the waS wisely left with' the several State locked uselessly in the treasury, is so palpably witnessed"Su h"n change of countenance iii

Cape of Good Hope,.'or anyplace! beyond, Sovereignties-and thus not only was there absurd tbatjhey are ashamed to avowit so siotl'atime> .S earcely aimjfutehadpassed : !

it, are ,permitted to enter., JJuVthe ,act ofMay provided c a dclnito role of action for tho :, Yet still, having mounted upon our ",and the gay mile had given,place\
,-1822, which establishes' the District' Federal Government,but a power to render] sbovlfkrs*'they stick to their! advantage to the;mo ghastlycadiiverous+expression

of I\ey:West, though,it-makes."Key West: 'mopc'nUivc and irregular that is to action.nullify,thcirunanthorised : witaiihcpctsevcrance' ,of the old man in thoCconld be conceived,; He hastily drankoffjalargevglassof

of for vessels rrorn'yond the: Sinbad, The projefitwf: .Mr. IaYt retain : 1 wiiieiand uttered somiiittolrertrnt'extlamatiors
a port entry So far as a,congeniality vie'"may ex- !. '
what had
Capo Cr. Good Hope, provides; that [there ist, in relation to these principles,the Eve-i tho duties on'alt articles. which Cnjoy the : ; as to J.e I'
shall bo,'no//allowance\ of dra\vUackon-> Wing Post is pledged ',to: the State Rights i :.benefits of the pfincipje of protection, ,by Been; -< *
.. exportation of any goods om any'port or' and Free Trade Party;" and as tho support which the necessaries of the poormah'aro? : : As .Ije became sbiiietchat? : .calmer;he toldrhts'Gieadt

'.. placejn Florida other than those which of measures, to bo efficient, must include to be taxed/ and, ho. luxuries 'of!'tbe; rich' that'bn'cnterhlg 'hbirobm"' ; ht|

.. b Shall liavo'been'imported ,directly into the the support of men its bumble aid will be I to'be admitted free,,g an:insult to tilt Sottth, plainly_saw '00,.fig i'b of a jiersonyeflccfed
zealoiely contributed to extend the person whit should it wouldcxcitet the !>by'a looking-glass, hastjly retreating bytlie
'
eanw from a foreign pelt or place.A al and the'political ad. pass, deep- ,
itfuyenco promote is'or'n opposite stair-case: Ills ,\vtfs.nslecp",
similar. limitation'heen'made.intheyear f vanccment of those'statesmen who devote i estffcelings' of indignation. It
.
'> use to that a state of excitement now' dr pretended: ; to be sov 'iTio gentleman was
the of deny
1B04; m.regard! to Territory, : themselves to tho good cause, which identlued I .
:Louisiana, then cededrto the Uni-i, ;with the valoe of the Union.,and the .exists jnany parts df,the S.ouih--n'deep! dressed' ,diid tliebcfdas disturbed < Hd

ted.S tales, hut i yasfrepea1eand honor pf: South ,Carolina. Its ,[and dangerous excitemtHit--an teitiitement went forward to the door' from \vhicli;the

I following. It'may 4.I>0'pn> sumtd .tiat,- in, warm .co-operation with these will be em- which no longer,finds.vcrtt' fn words and 'egcacrhad been )made, but r -if idascompletc'ljtbsed -.
these cases,-'ihe limitation was deemed a barr&ssodby personal pledge to no candidate which Is only restrained within boUcds by ,,, ,' \ j. '

proper:measure df precaution,nntf lhho 1d office. for .t\IO Presidency;: or'aoy other (the lat; lingering hope, that this Colt teas "Could there have' been no'mistilkct"
reduce the buttheivtif'whichthcyHotnfplain. W:. 8carcfc1y. He bad seen;the "figure<< in
the will ,
Le ascertained i wetter, privilege enjoyed In maintaining its ground amid the con :
in other'districts at ", .vessels from the flicts of party, it will be the aim of the Evening : Al such a time as'jit| i we ardently tiro looking J13SS'as plainly as'ever.be' bad.

Cavj of Good Hope.were permitted to enter Post to preserve the dignity of the i hope that the true friends i tif"their todnTry seen* his rncothero.- ."

wero ,'or,could bo safely.ex' Press by courtesy and moderation,under : will fhako off: the influcnceof thosq dcma* '."Jid he know'the man?" T '

tended to tho newly acquired Territories 'the belief that tho legitimate ends of newspaper I! '; go ueSf wh&, for political purposes,',woultt '".I oo well- dependent[ of hia owint .
The:position of Key West has been cone discussion krc best subserved by firmness influence the passions of one portion of the 'Might it pot have been a mere delusion

sidered 10 as affording peculiar 'facili ties' for'> without violence With the, and opinions zeal without and public in- people' against the other]rend that;keepingthe His L6rd
commerce with tbb neighboring islands, temperance.acts of pponents.it will exercise xyght; goodof thd tyji ole, and tire "pcaCC<<: dyad' :s had,of late disturbed himfnd .that Ijgwas

and*the ports of Mexico and other iudo- of dealtng.freely-hut it is hoped that no' happiness of their country .in their eye, rtdt alwdys, :tertain at sutl late hours

peudcnt'st Gies <>n'.the continent, Foreign ,. part of its'career will ever justify.th e suspicion they will not adopl'measures of such a character that lie was perfectly cledr in all hia percef
incrcliandisQ entitled drawback q, of its'even partial adoption the infamous as to effect those}jgrcaf and praiseworthy tions. Bat:still there was no disputing
tutee an irnportint part of that".commerce i'" maxim,that u all is fair In'politicsThcdomestic -" objects. We believe wo know the character senses-sunlessj: said he 'wilh a'sigh,I hard.

end it will douhilesa bojriore convcnisnt for couccrn of dur native State of the people of the South -they lost them altogether, -r *
will be c\refully watched, and the policyaJvocated love the Union rcVerclice its instil lie returned'lo the<<= bed room.and on
they u*
the raprcljauCs: of..K ,y: West, especially 'in which. ball best calculated ,
the early stage ofth: Jt' ctlni *. t b,.. .for her prosperity appear, safe, and economical j j turns-but they hate oppression and'injustice coming back;,said thai his lady continued

tain .1helrl6UppUe f; vtroan 'a cjoi government. ), their sturdiest opponents concede, co be asleep;and ,the, room....txis 'perfectly
from the Pons'or'UHiiUnted j tatcSS tlizit ,I While thq Evening Post will be devoted I lli m generous and honorable feelings. undisturbed His' tronted "coolness had

directly!\ from Europe. "" to the promulgation otho political faith set I They have solicited and remonstrated for returned; he affected to treat the matte? as

As far as regards the >curftjr of tho re. forth in thi prospectus, it.will not be neglectful -< \ yearn,and if; in the arrangement of tho ta- a mere delusion; he wanted ,rest;Ixjgged
addition of the practical details of Commerce I rifl;Which mtjst take place, their feelingsand his friend eto dismiss 'the matter' from his
thai
\ venue,it is not perceived any and Trade, two'branches Industry which mind 'and'bade him good riight.Ho .
'extension' : interests are coldly >and altogether,
al risk is created by thin'proposed "
: mint bo most beneficially affected by the, pubic the same again. Her
guarded aftcMhc indications of i sen- was never man
The! laws requirelhat foreign merchandise, success of its 'doctrines, Great exertions
.Ifansported from one port.of the' United will be made to perfect the department timent already given iri that part of the ladyship lived ahvays high in (that eslimatioil

States to another, to be exported for the benefit connected with commercial intelligence, ,country,are we not wafruited in the...an.li- of society, but her husband never' forgot
of drawback, shall bo accompanied and our merchants and tradesmen.hall find 'cipations pf evils, in comparison with the figure in the glass:
with certificates from the officersyof the readiest attention to all tlwl,wants, and which the gains'of the manufacturer and We do not pretend Id Vouch for the

their regular importation;proper'and if ad)* & ," 11 ,the success ot the fine-spuntheorie3 of the truth of a single syllable tn'this storywe -

goods, that they shall bejajj ted in were independent sovereigns at Iho time of political gladiator are but dust in the balance only repeat it as the story ww relatedto
rem .
, the same manner as whea. (nipnrted. The the adoption of the Constitution. If-90, ? We cannot shut our ryes jo the us, and shall ,not, improVe) f ft'by addinga

< Duties most have been previously what but the :; action of the Stated facts which daily present themselves; and tingle word of corro1,oration d rired
paid or
sovereign
I *
secured at the port of priginal importation.: could for common restraint believing that tho present Congress possess from any other circumsta *ces. Tarts is,
When the exportation lakes place, security and control If in the Union there teas the power to arrest them, we would be recreant the foundation of the nouteUettt trump"up
but to oar did we not the in
them must have boon duty express Blackwocntjrrom
must be given, to the satiation of the but OIlQ ople,



y .,\..', ,1 ','11.' 1 .0, 1 C :.!l,::111'I', ', ; if ,
ici: '
"
i ? earl .
'IIf' tti A11tI
I' '- Sec. .2, Be ilfurthct! c/iatl= r. !6 AAymauto ,1 ,
,"povcrnmcnt oC tf o ftaid'city shan be vested: Be it enacted by (1))&mat)frnor and LcS ,.
Flori-
hlalive CouBCiLof Abe TerrUorfcof '
to bo called SUyor and in' a
1 in a.person '
thw
i a, 1'1.tlo parson-'fitW Lcrritoryhall
in
Aldermen be elected ,
'Board of'si to
drink to
sell ahf of iatoxfcatiojflftuohi
" the manner and,by the. and at the thi'ser-
persons marine !
G .I a3 ; coldler, seaman or in .
I nay
,
'VE ,. ,-.Loo Ilcreinnn litcCted.
.
I "; .. ". vice of the United State,without permission
'.'II...:..e-:: .' --"-- -' ''' "'1 Sec. 3.: no it flrtherenactcd, That all in writing from leis or their r'lspeetivstcothmamUng
Wea'rcJndeMcd to thepoliteness! : of,the' .e tho free'white male pft raons pvet the,ago of oflictr, under 'penalty of. "o! ..
f Hon. Jos.docurnehts". \-.'\VII 'cJ.r.c'eralititerestjntea ,' twenty-one years, who' shah\ Lund resided less than t"'nty.fi *tJa to be paid for "*

Ao within tho limits of the said city twelvemonths : the use of the Territory.
\ .
.. ,
: sn.WlLzYAM -- i, enacted That
: : Airther ,
--- CI, 2. And bo, it
'' election Sec.
ana
< : +0-- previous the day of ,
L:w:s.ar4nsns.rvsu: : njri.,-A-'. m trim shall,be citizens of tho Unittsl.1 States if any person or persons within oil TerrPtbry for

':, has bceriblrercd to the House of Represen- NO. Srt'EW ART, I,shall have a tight to vote for a Mayor and any ,arms shall,p ammui n: f1ast.bArterul'!iti n'.r clothing exchange inltd!

tatse ,spy' the Hon..Joseph M.While,gran.' 88 -MrRCAIEUIlS' ST. six Aldermen; 'and that such election shall 'possession ofaciy'sold ierseaman'or marinein
ting'the privilege of debenture to the Port Has Just rcccitcd at his Crockery and be held on'the,first MondSy ln April, in the service of the: United States, such

of Key West; and iri compliance! with a call' I Glass, ,Store the foUomitg articles: each and every year, at such place ,as, said I "per+ton br.pcrsons offending, 'shall forfeit *> '
and tho votes and the slim of twenty defiant t' and the
Chandelier appoint, pay
of various sizes incorporation may
made the Hon.-Louis McLane, Secretary shall
this
upon act
,
imposed by
GLASS several penalties
'
Glass shall be given by ballot '
: of tho Treasuryhe expressed an elegant patterns. Lamps That the be and the same are hereby declared ,to be'
for halls, from 8 to 10 inches, various Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, bill
debt
opinion favor of the measure; and strong Gass Aldermen of said city shall recoverable by action of plaint:
His terns. Elegantly Cut and Plash: Mayor and or information before any Judge e?justice
ate entertained of its 'p.Lssage.
hopes ; Shades. Glass and Plated ,Candlesticks> ,' meet at such times, and at such }places, in the Territory, having jurisdiction' 'or the
litter will be found in our columns.Mr. French and English manufacture.!. Cordial within, the limits of said corp:>ratlon as 'lame,ore half to thcrme of the Informer,

'.t'I.' Stands with glasses Plain: and diamond : may think pro rand their meetingsshad and the other half, or when there is no in*
AUDUBO.V; .rct rned from Tortugas! on cut glass Decanter: :! English I* public; ;;and the, Mayor ,and not former, the whole penalty for the.use of, the,

Wednesday, having procured: great maps French wd German, plain _and cut glass! less than three Aldermen shall bo necessary I Territory. r

specimens of Terns, 'a number of shells, Tumblers, of all sizes. Cordial. Glasses, 'to'form a quorum,for' the transaction of i 1832.Passed Feb.* 1, 1032.-Approved; Feb '4', .t t

.. conchs, coral! ,'&c. .Tf a will probably leafs of all qualities. Round,glass Flower Pots,' business, ____ ,'r,
here in a'fevr days for Charleston. yO > .. various sizes: Looking! Glasses, with gilt Sec. fi. Be i it further enacted, That if An Act to provide for. the collection of \ \

: +o-- -t '' and mahogany frames;assorted from 1 half the.Mayor or ,any Alderman of said citysliall Judgments against free negroes and other (

The case of Brig Halcyon f which was settled yard, ib.2 yards, with: 'and, without painted lie absent more than two months, tho persons", therein named. '
the award of which Gfassc 06 such.Mayor or Alderman shall be it enacted the Governor aDd Loelslative *
b'y arbitration ( ,arbitration Cicws.i ,Ladies'. Toilet Mahogany seat Be by -
had setasido'by the Appel- :Chests.of'Drawers:, A largc:,jissurl- I, deemed to be vacated,and an election shall Council the Territory of Florida

ate Court: ) was, brought before, bis honor ment,of-garnished Trays, from'6 to 36 in. : be ordered to fill such vacancy, and fivodays That when any person shall have obtained
<< free
bo judgment against or
a any negro
Judge Webb, on tfio'14th instant; :upon a ,ches., 'Snop Lamps, assorted from .1 to 4lights publi.eotice'thcrcof shall given free mulatto, Indians, cxceptcd, residing
Libel forialvago by"Jacob'IIoiiscman and ,l --" IasseR, weights ,and, wicks for do. before the said election shall tako place. within'tho limits of'this Territory it 'shall

others,",the'' o'riginal'8atv .. Tho ''Courttitvarded Street Lanterns Window glass, of all si. .. Sec.. C. Bo it further enacted, That it be lawful for any justice 'of the peace;'or

25 pet cent.. 9 ph_'tb'o. nctt Amount :zes.,- Looking .-Glass' plates for Toilcts.ofIBinches. .. shall be tho duty:of the Mayor of said cityto fbr'the clerk of any court of record in'which
sold Plated 1 and varnished' Crurtts. !order an election' for.Mayor arid Aldermen such judgment may btaiDed'to: issuiTo
for which' thoBrig: wjxs ;; after'Baying' ",, Spare glosses for ditto., A collection? of at least ten, days previous to,the limo capias ad respondendqrn against the defendant

the costs of su t. ,By,tbeaward oftho--,a;' Engravings:: inselts of 4,;6,and 8 5u! a sett. hcrelnb? for prescribed for their annual c., or, defendants,.to, said judgment, for }
bitrators,.56 j..4 per cent. ,had: 1 been' given, Cano and straw bottomed Chairs-\Vind", lection;' and if the Mayor shall'reft so or condemnation with in said judgment
<
nott ''.- imd advertise said election adjudged, together all costs thereon
on tho, amount. ; sor ditto. French earthen jars, various neglect to order \ .
;, .,. "' izep. Glasses Japanned and |jt shall,be the dut 'thQ clerk bf said'incorporation taxed. .- v.
-. ', .., Cupping Sec.2. Bo it further enacted, That it'
DIELOn earthenware. Spitting ,Boxes. A complete ,to.do,PO\ ; and, .if the clerk ,refuse shall be lawfully virtue of any execution is-'

Tuesday,the l ttf instant, in the "t'2d assortment of white, blue andgreen edged for neglect to dose, it.shairahd. maybe .sued as aforesaid ,for tbe officer executing,
year, of his ago, Mr. MIGUEL MAM- and blue' lHntCt"Eit, .Wore. : l' fuforibe\ citizens of said city; who the said execution,and such, officer is here
BRITTY late ,Keeper'Of the KeyWest Dinner setts,'elegant patterns do. ; maybe entitled to'ypto for a, Mayor, land by required I ,upon, seize end take
Light House. Mr. Mambritty was,,born atSt. Desert do do 'do.. Aldermen! of said:city/ toasacmblo at ariy' tb .\100) of each'.defendant. "against whom
Augustine, and has been<< keeper of,this Coffee do do do. convenient place in said city, and appoint'' such execution may 'have,issued,and such

light: since its establishment To a faithful' Together with a variety of articles too tedious judges ,to conduct said election, and ,they defendant taken, safely to.keep until, 1desnuUOD '
discharge oft,his duty, ho joined the characteristics ? elect and'six is discharged anti satisfied. '
tlict to Mayor,
of which .will ,bo proceed ,
nil
I of i.worthy,honest,good citizen;- to enumerate; : may sworn"into 'office Sec. 3.' Dolt (uitljcr enacted, that if any .
and there are many persons here, who can sold at rcry tempting. prices. Aldermen, who shall be defendant in execution,taken as aforesaid, .
testify to' the kindness. and hospitality of Also by any Judge or Justice tIle P aco in the shall not pay and discharge the same withj"

"himself and family, during the sickly sea .,SPERMACETI OIL, county; after which, thV.Mayor: and Alder-' in the term ,of five'days from :and after<< the

sons which have occasionally prevailed at 'Fprtfale'by,wholesale and retail. .. men so elected,'shall)immediately enter Up- time of l levying( upon: him' her,or them, of'
this place. His loss will bo much regretted Hatana, April 1, 1832. 31 tf on' the dutiea to,jxs performed by them. any such execution as aforesaid, it shall and '
t>y the community; but it falls with peculiar -. Sec. '7., Be it further enacted, That theMayor may be lawful for any officer executing and
poignancy upon in aged widow and six or and Aldermen said city shall levying such writ advertise tho'sale of'
t'hanchildren. Even they,however should TRANSLATION.EN the services of rfucb, defendant or defendants
"not sorrow a. those!' who arc witboutl10po:"''' EL A1JVIACEN havp power and authority, to prcvcjit and, : to,any person who ,will pay and'discharge
The same God who has laid this! 'heavy bereavement do loza y cristales de! D. Gmb. Stuart, remove nuisances restrain and prohibit such,oxectition,. with the ,cost accrued
upon them, is able to raise up to all sorts, gaining' toresfablish and rpcti. and accruing, for such services for:
IIo has declared+ that "he numcro 88 callo lc Mcrcadercs. markets the safe keeping wciglits timo which laid
them friends. late .tho shortest .space of ; j ;\&()-':
will boa father: to the fatherless,'and tho acaban de recihir los cfeclos sigui and measnrcs, to regulate,streets, squares. yertiscment, shall be posted at two or rnbro
widow's God."-Let them therefore be 'BE no bas do dicz a'diez y seij nnd'.fcnccs i in said'city.to' license wcigh- ,public ,places in the county'where such
comforted under this consideration, and tho pulgadas do difercntcs hechuras. Gaarda-, to.rcgulato and nlpomt.latrol to'punish fJ Jiui.tgwcntball be;rendered.- .
assurance, that"there is-another: and a better erSt Sec; 4. Be it further enacted;' That suchsale
la rndas.
brisas Quinques sa-
world.-CoaeatvicAit lisas y ,para i vagabonds,to erect and keep up wharves,
shall not take before
v. the
: las de varies tamanos elegantes flguras. and into : place lAme
......... .... .---"" --=--- de, : y Id. 'do cristal. to appoint pilots regulate pilotage shall have been advertised ten days j it '
-- ---- Candeleros plalina.' and tho entrances '
the -
;: ; 1.-------- harbour.ofsaidcity: hall be,bv public auction, at, the time and
IV7ARINEINTELUGENCE. Copas franccsas c inglcsas con sun sios. Into ibo same; to regulato tile anchor place'designated In such advertisement '

t Cojitag! para soda, class: de J licores. Bolel- age and mooring of;vessels in said harbour, Sec. 5. Be,it'further enacted.! That any

Ins de cristallis sy cortadas punta do dia- to,tax1 nnd license billiard tables, 'to tax negro or,mulatto,sold,as nforesa d,Iball, for

,. ,- 'PORT OF KEY'.WEST. mante. vases i inglcscs'frauccses y alerna- and:license, hawkers, pedlars and transient the time,for which he, she or they may bo
ncs, de todbsTainanos, lisps"y,kbfados.Florcros .- traders, to, tax retaders'of.dry goods and old, taken and held as slave.or.slaves, and
OUR'[ rcdondoa dc vanns' dfmcnsiones.Espcjos merchants and auctioneers in all respects liable to the tame penalties
ARRIVED SINCE I-AST.',' .. ..- groceries* commission ''and treatment, and bound,to, perform any
con marcosdorados y"' do caoba, ; to tax free negroes,mulattoes and: service which his, her or their

::1\1:1y12., Sloop.. Capitol.'Walker,Charles! ,; j desdo media (pasta' ,dos yarns' de luna con slaves-provided the tax on slaves shall not require in the same manner as: ownera/nay slaves: are:
ion.':- 'J pals y sep elf Tocadores para scnoras. Co- exceed the Territorial tax on them; they bound. ,

.' 13. Scbr, Swift,'QuiD'cy. Baltimore, -, modas de c ,oba. Un gran surtido i de'van-. shall) have power to levy' a tax on: 'all.i ini- .Sec. 0. Be,further, enacted, That shay -
J5: Schr. Daniel Webster, Lewis, New dejas do'charol do a tr inta'y scis'ptilSodas. I- 'within 'not free mulatto 'sold for'
,K, N&wcomb. sets proven Teal\ estate said city,of negreor ; a term of .
merchandise
York to IIq
La.roparas proptns tienda de time as aforesaid, thai run-away ,from his
Marion -' para more than, one,half of'one ,percentum upon ,
< nevenHO.Cutter and a Lt.DayVTprugas : una a cuatro luces. "Mechas, tuvoay con. ,its.value, and one' half,of one ,perccntum her or their owner or owner, such person,
CfllllC" trapeso pare ellasj Paroles: do calle. 'Vidrioa : of color upon summary'complaint before.
Sloop Mary Ann,:Ximcnes, Tampa'I3a7. on all'unimprovod lots within said city '
16 Sloop Edeni Braman, Havana.. .. pianos de tc dos.tam3 ,os.. Lunapa- which unimproved Jots shall boo valued at ny condemned.justice of_to.the peace double shall the and time maybe
servo for
V. Transport Schooner- Motto, ,Wat- ...ra;tocadores do d iez y echo pulgadas. Vi- twenty-fivo dollars per acre, and said taxes which he,,she4or they, lba|| have rim-away;
tingtoo, liye stock., nagrcrasde platina 'y do, charol., Pomos on real' estate shall be assessed by such person which ,summary ,complaint maybe made
.
CLEARED.May sncltos, para las rnisnias. Colleccion docuadtos ,or persons! and in such manner as the' and condemnation for more service uward-

16. Schr.14. Scbr.Daniel Swift.Webster Quin.cy.8L, Lewis Marks., St.Marks. de ciiatro,seis y oclio: en colpccipn. Mayor'and Aldermen of said city shall eel by any justice ,the peace, as often and
.' : Sillas do rcjilla,J>aj
Sloop Azelia, J. H. Sawyer, Nassau, r N. Tinajasjrnrjcesas do vanas,'cabjdas. Ven- 'power l and authority to enforce all lawrqf .hall continue to runaway.Sec. .
7. And be it futher enacted. That
merchandise. J. k Co.1C. tosaa ;Buperiorcs., Escupideraa! jwra of tlieir
by Cottrell muy
> thc'l'e"itoryand, own body regulations this act shall be in force, from aDd after iU
'Sloop. Eden,Braman.:Havana.* sala de latbn, y hoja dc lata larol21das.Un .- tho'quarrantino of vessels,'and for '
:, PASSENGEKS." '1' ..' complcto surtitlo de loza inglesa,olan- the preservation of the' health of said city. passage.Passed Jan. 20,1032.-.Approved. ; Feb,'.,4
In Schr. Swift, for St. Marks, Cot.-L.,1\f.- 'ca orilla azul fino. Ba- '
dee
y'veide y,9zujl THey shall have power to appoint a health 1032. .. ,Vf
.
Stone, Mr. Welhams,Mr. IIick on,and Mr/ 'fins ', ,
de Juegos '
Francisco. Y' jillas muy dclicado gusto officer and such other officers as tllema, ........ .., "
In U. S.Transport Schooner Motto from* dc,postres inglesea y ,(franceses. Idem de think necessary td,carry into effect their J- ,: ;..' -
; ,
Tampa Bay, Mrs. Maj. Glassell, child and cafe de varin dos, y niuyJbonitcji dibujos, yolroa laws and ordinances,and generally "(to pro- I AN ACT .. :

servant, and Lt. F.' D. Ncwcomb" U. S. 'difercntcs efectoscuyo! detalle oeriamuy :vide for the interior police and good govmiment -., To provide, for the Jbulldfog a Jail at IC:y
s1 ptolijo, todo seespendo a' 'precios" BUmamentecquiiativos < of said city..i**r rSec : West, t ,: "
rmy.'t r
;
,
'ambien"e
: espcnde 'f ;
: (
N1:W ADVIUtTISr.uENTS.- grasa deceperma por,mayor y'menor. 8. Be it:; further enacted, That so Be U enacted by the Governor and Lc-
.
\; much of tbe said city as us now used und fiislalive t'ouncilot: the Territory of Florida -

occupied by the United States for the erection That a further Jime orUlo years is here-
OPTIIETERltlTORYbPFLaRIDA.
ISoawding.MRS. tAWS of Barracks and for other purposes, is by allowed the commissioners appointed to

.. hereby declared to be without the jurisdic- superintend the building bf a jail and, astern .
AN ACT 'tjon of said corjtoratiQnand not subject to.. at Key West, to complete the same

To incorporate the City of Key "West. any of the laws and ordinances: made for provided 'hOwever, that the call commissiorters
Uw of the shall within three months from the
Be. it enacted.by-the Governor end Legislative government same.
HOWARD,. Jun. has removed Council of the Territory Florida 'Sec g. Be U further enacted, That all passage this act, make and execute a

gallo de lo* Officlos to /fo. 9.: That all the free white male'inhabi laws and ordinances, said citjr shall' be new bond& with sufficient! security in ilie
Calle Obripia. ,of that of the Island sum of tants ; part of"Key posted up at three or more ot the most
.Havana.'Jan. I, 1C3 19 ,tt faithful performance of the duties assignedjliem
limits
comprehended within tIle prescribed public places in said city, at least three
by the plan of paid town, now on;. day before they shall take effect: and for the completion of tho said
Lumber. file in the Clerk's office in the tounty of .jail and cistern within.the time prescribed by
lonroe, bo ,and they are hereby constituted Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That the Jaw the sa.bond to be approved by too
EE1'Lsinbcrre1 politic and corporate by Mayer of said city shall have and exercise presidio justice; provirttd also that Mid
00'0 9 body this,
ceivedperScbrsII name and style of the City of Key Weal all.the.powers' of a Justice of the peace commisioners shall toake out,ft true.statement -
yder A ly,Consort,and X.id Toropkihs, and their and be; within said city, sod shall'be entitled, to of alt >tic; rocntesed by them, and
name sue
for sale by ft A. BROWN by corporate may receive the fees in-all '
eane cases which he from whom and all
,
axpenditures to tho.
,March 21,1812. t9 3i sued,. plead and be impleaded,, grant and up
Key West be called to determine?! date of said
receive donations,and do all other acts as may upon tii4 bond, aDd deliver the sama

BENnY f.. NEWCOMIT natural persons, and may purchase and Sec. 11. And be it furtherenactcd, That at the time of of giving aid bond to aid

WILL attend to any AGENCY or hold personal,real or mixed property, and the act entitled"An act to incorporate the presiding jvstice, to be by him forthwith
Business thafemay distioee of the R.mc for the benefit of the Town pf Key Went," passed }U 8th of transmitted to tbo Treasurer cube Toni-
b '|ntrittte4 to him. Office and StoreRooms
in tbe Warehouse of FIELDING said city; and may have and use a corporate Nov.l82C, be and the same is hereby repealed tory

BROWNE..!*q. Scat which may be broken or alteredat and that this act shall be in fvrco Passed Jan 28, 1838. Approved Jan,

Key.West, Nov. 1C, 1831. U tf pleasure, from the first/lay of April next 30, 183!. "



"' ,. p- ,.. \., : c i 4 R t..
t-; : '
< / ; .
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t ,' ,'. T i i: toile of being "CITY"GAZ, mmm mMmy, tit tl/ta \
'r OijJ 5 less ibYmidable than certainty I '''' f fe
, :' "\'t
. AID$W1ITs3 AND JtfE +rfLADutrnUW I at home Hence h is vitally important A tawn .i : term deruig'tl} *iat they \
Atls. % will totals ri* fcfi.! HijJHi *'"
POST.iHE that the power should b& nttained ture and. the ( ar | c ,cellf.lIt'th ,
which ne can compel a strict construction. nY SIlM tPttaY A.'1>.,. b4 r <<,; ti! suit r .. nu.. heraiion fof
T establishmentin ,trharleatobuf an. '"of the 'Charter. That 'power residea.vJU|.. THE CiTY OAKEtTfi is rtie' o(( tlrti, tllcltIJtoublc '.illLl- rfIr.: ,
additional Ne devoted to the State Soycreienty. ,It is-jJio ,State Journal in the V. Stales.nct "
cat1Il. ola
st'r.xistint 'Edtto q' sera with
iwpport of".their prIPt less, h as bbett; cJccmcd nighf'oer; ign in terpti itidn't(}" atreatthe > rietbraltacoltrdotvit'h'l'civexec f wlioul 'we ex: r
expedient: by the STAAT1RIGII'V9andFRFL ; aDr5 American > changeare uWUpj'ive ho>bove .
avutidii( of Fcd1IAgenta. The existetfco'of 1 ptiJna, i'aVtf 'ilwa'yi'bccn on
PAIITV Inibummnccr I insertion- amid ilHifivCTBall lo
TRADE reciprocdtcd.
the'cdrn. mtive neglect
ihis'tfght, as and popular.: Of late years /rom icnsm.- -
of this determination, TUB EVENING principle of Our Constitution is doi *'d.oc. than other cause,its influence and ., '
mote
any ,
.
PO.1T wilt bo Commenced,as a Daily Evening trine ; ft Is ,!-eval witli.ourlf'eaeTialiJolily! patronage had visibly declined.! Within the Jan. 1st, ,1B3S. :: T
( Journal,so soon as the rcq'liitq qffice' and its foundeis'and con rf'" ITlio
was'asse'fttd by : : last yealtnhoweeei,1hd yailccntprgpmeters*
arrangement can bo completed.: Etc- temporary" expositors.This' principle is I having- ;>+neVrd! ; Jipon) .cbufre .x)>f,policy, I following nr.tfcle o>igiriKHy'wii vfeA

The political; tenets to which thp, the 'characteristic, feature proudly distin- i more conslste'nUwiih: thetoki&* of the'Sod'lli 'In''bis-pb r* ,U'b.repdblish on:account,

ninx Post will be devoted been, are so; familiar the: ruis\n gy>fJti,from: ;bther,Rcfubites\ not Fo ;, and -mad&nmuerditsaaditions' of having lately seen u copyt hf it In 1\\ |jMr
have long 'I
to thin community: jw decal in theft elements. In tUb ratteV, a of their ,
mechanical improvements ,
of discussion' by 'to the ton papgr, ivith many errors and) Innccuracie
prominent subject and fcthe Constitution n is,'in'fact, byta symbol of pub- establishment by fitting it out.in'a new and, ; 'in the latitude longitude and bearing-
-and have been so often triumphantly ,
press and varicswith:
construed
vindicated by the first rnibds In'our "opinion the changing, is will of,a majority by iybile' in: Lahdsome type, and of on a hargcr'ahcet'andbeUerilcsctipttan ,lieretofore"! ; of( some, riho Light Ilou es,' It ;is Cvt| '

State1, and in the' Federal Councilsj'that it Out Republic* guardian power fltescrvcslt a tale( have paper been favored with a; I dent.if. tliis'tr rpneousatatement! be follow-: 1

is deemed unnecessary to promulgate,more as a'pcrmanent rule of actions, large lay-tiaim.toV khd proportional iarCCI110'of: patron-! edt,,; wiUmater(t !ly jmislead} theMarin'er,

than the fufdwingexposition'vbichisolTh; .-, The (fotmal recognition ot fcdcli a 'right; ng6SnrclhdiWg Bcw.subscriptipfft! ai.d'g-cne- ariiifio, faYfro being TS g\il3e tri warn him

ed in Hen Trade of at more Vlltbe detailed advocated political as.the tree etc pn tjio'face.pf;Ihe ChartcT would bl\V.C..beensuporfluops. :; ; ra.1 advertising. Witlrin tire last year, their, from angeY},'\}'ill sulnect 'him,to the '' '

"Freo'of enlightened policy-*ias a prjvf-*vJato irijas much as it resirfted' : necessarily list.of jiatfpnsliss, been 'swollfcntiy: an, 'accession ,difficulties gaiiiSV which" our pubjicafiov, '
,from the formation o{ Ii compact bcJtw of more than Threo'hnndred. Citlie'ns'v .- '
was intended glixfiKVo .
jnsU9 fp advise Editors
>
of the which impartial \ <
lego people i.
from the rulers of every country to p lHsh,theToliowinwhich U
requires
feature of may
common tirnpire Asa our poKt 'adfled., ,The
exception, almost daily prp- '
and < right, wliclin ours, is guaranteed : relied 'Un'' a' 'aocYrrate: :
" a a It is of course a.politkalyootarevolutionary to tliattncouragemenf .
ical'system; ; order fh'e better merit
The framers of prietors ,
- by the. Constitution. .withheld from'*that the right. Formed for the pjrotefOtion + or'whicli, it:is equally'thoir- 4"}Pbr the infottnatron t>f Manrrers generally *-

venerated Instrument to of,'a,'minority from the usurpations nt pride and pleasure* to acUnOwledg(!'so much ode have pt'(icti'w a frrfiWalio f Collector)) (
manufactures -
Federal agents rcstnclivp the power duties protect; it has, been the Federal authorities. ;themsclv'es, 'and has ,been.pceived> frorii theifr fricfid and, ,pt tho Port, the fplloxviyjg sfclicxlulc of the} xj,,1
by : from the usurpation of a majority exercised'through b n1IN in situation '
of the revenue fellow cituensbatro'c'g i ia cooncc- of the Light IfoxiScS along': 1110Florada
usurped by a perversion subserviency of those authorities tion with their wuV&eT'Ot WtisinfeSff;VspftcibusReading i "
t shore under
and its exorcise, involving Sectional; BUperintohdcnce
.
power Constitution o itself eded aptotectiqi.Itelianco' Public'
in which the chief
<<
HwoYft ;
,
forsectional aggrandisement, .CapG ,Florida.Lig Ah Si
oppression SatronarV.
; for that protection surely ivat not' and -
Journals find their Jiro b'hYeAllyttiled
liar! neoessarily,profited! >! sectional' exasperation placed,in either of the parties against whom from till tho states way in'' 'o+'yo Utiibn: ... tuatc(| on the south, ttojttof Key Biscdyuv,
'
which It endangers.the impossiblo'that( permanencyof the injured it was provided as a shield. Tlie Supreme This room is free with.11 its facUitic -.without -. .about -TOQ yards iron thc, beach Tho

,thoUnion.can, tolerate is ,legislation Roman-- Court being ono pf the*Federal agents,was charge; 'to aft 'patrons 'of\thtrGazclte, Ligli;rnay'.leconsW0rcil.( :70, fcetarjove tot

{ifestly parties unjust and .unequal! in! !its, operation.Sy not,'Jhcreforo, entrusted wit; its political A regular.weekly .Pricfea: CttrteM- ,,in !letter, level ittho sect, .(F fn'Ifr\; ;>;ri'tho Gulftrt.arziabpur ,
guardianship Nor could tiie engine: of themajorityTrthe' '
whiclf a', impossible, ( fine paper suitableor $ 7 -nliles. Yessels drat'Ing.I .
,
i too 11 first prpving ballot .box-have: been considered correspondence :
bcnffalsof carefunCOn fte ; .feet approach within S 1 -2
that) the the protection are eTuiaJy sectional bwy miles
'as the The
apportioned torah the States=U is a gross 'safeguard., ,vitla'ttle most cbrrect'cstimate tlio" tniq 6f 'tl.Llghtj! Lat >, 5,,,4 N.-Long.
minority ban exert no influence on the re' th and iod'themo .
condition i of' ,markets, 'put
;r
'con'tcn'd that theburdens ,of, 'y '' "
Absurdity to, 80' 4 ,
: The
sectional '
a majority.
presentation terms to all that 'borne ,
all, Jf hen advantageous '
the Tariff;prcss.fquallyiipbn representatives butscctires Light &fnp,Florida, situated Cav-:
t issued on
i tcspOtfsibnUy .under this class,is also from the office '
It, be ?tax,on;consumption argue, its.operation exclusively! ,;as! their: fidelity '.to their tespectiveiconstitu-: : of the proprietors' Their.Reading'Room, tytbtiTs Reef nE'nr'tho site of iho old one,

its.defcndois glaringly vainly unequal and ,.becomes, 'no? ent.. and the representatives of a !minority where the curliest information maybe.hadr> .in lat:'s''t)8Long.. -CO 27V.. It

.free yet people, to ,submit, to ,itsunauthorised can eficct nothing against! the.pntagonistinterest of ; is free, alike to! patrons, strangers the city .i is ,easily' 'distmguishedi', as two distinrt
is bo whiclithe, representatives a majority.'may" and mastersof vessels .trading toM arts slfcftvn which be
.exactions. Much less ii1 to tolerated, ; Lights ) can generally
constituents '
:tvh'en !itti i4 evident, that.wp.arc! }bdt pnlyarcbitrarily ; 'j to enforce bo' cbmpeHcd'in utter by disregard,their: : the port: 'To,these improvements' they, make seen at tliejdisfancp'of';12 miles. Its 'ob-
; additions ( to the'htan'et I
taxed .as consumers.bujtha: ; ( |; the Charter.:'The principle-'therefore' )' is dew daily dffordinj': faoilitici! ject is to warn vessels from the clangeroisrocks
and b'tisiness
leisure ,'alike hillierto
Inevitable, Feisuttof! ; the protective! system'js ari'd Shoals which is
solado --'tbM the CoHstildlion is at Ibediscretiqn unknown .Sfl\ 1\fS & 1)U UYEA. near it placed.
of ,
the thb ultimaterain' :df tie our Southernprbdneerin jigricuHuralinte'rest. .. of,a majority, and must be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Key JViftst Hghit stands on the t;.. IVestPoint

: prostration. 'Surrendered to their wisdom and justice.; 0 7* Subscriptions received at this ofljce ,of the Isiand of 1 Key< West ; is ift
*
Thcro solidity in ,the p to Besides except in the Parliamentary trans Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. :1B2 04 W.; erected .
is ,no ,objection actions! of the two honseYs of Congress:.-our TUB WCEKLV; ODRNING; COURIER \
.. your resistance, that others aro,blindly 'sub frame of government no'ller recognisesthe 'ENQ1REK. for the purpose of gijidjhg vessels: \\hen
.AND N. YORK .
mitting! tb ,time ails which i arc overwbe1.ring' consolidating"rule that the will'of a majority ntcring iho harbour; the >directions! fo;
horn 'in common TVilh 'ollnel e -'- which arc as follow .Bring the Light to
i'ho'rrcBidenunay be :
Yin' ._" : atien. \tfno *h\U,gbVcrn. On the :F2811iJas.; i iu f. theY'roptietoho
This qll iAipt ouir Jt'lsHqc elected'by a'minority of the people V a ma- Saturday) : Lear N.NAV.:and the Sand Key Light to
jwo are awake to.tbo; dangers and () gta,al-, jority_of Senators representing Stales, the ( ttf the )\lorning ;Coj er ifc' N. bear W.S.W. and you cross iho Reef ill

ttori otoiir'ituiondt> beho'vCI'u's'toleav aggregate 'of'whoso population are a minortty.ofthe Yt ik Eiiq'uirer">< intend .publishing on' the about 5 fathoms wafer : run for Key West
efforj uritrieduntil, i we shall have repelled! whole mea largest folio sheet evcrMssucJ, 'n Weekly ;
people reject a '
may
? until wiihin
dvaston pt"our hbertles.. They Evening the to'cudlarfi all that du- I L'gh( t>vo miles?, then sttptriiN.IY..nniil"you
\1nanunouslypassea by representative -
Newspaper
Post will, therefore! 9xhbrt toesstahce ofio.TAii1T.a. appears ,open:Pteen, ng"I Key-
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.'tbgmgstpmminent"enormityof ; oflho: people in the! other House-and ring the week in their daily pupcr, it will I winch:Ua Mangrove Island in UieKorthcrnfuirtof

,' that "AIfa i j n System,":which has been House vtcevcrsa marirejtct'amcasure. J': bare;:majority passed the by other the be,published on fino pantir, with new type; : :the,harbor, and then, run for il
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,' of the F and Tt> 1"tto U.wVtfun -caclofatl tlasS .
built ori the"rujos ICeti System
up s The best
; unanimous voice of the ..Representatives of ttiitrbdrageisan) tho upper pn..t'Jfthe
bequeathed us by.'bur: (atb n',' ndWbich'ifastablisbed the State in the Senate-The President, a' Ss of ,the I community, it will, bo alt>rdcd harbouhHeight, of the Light Housd
a-i the settled jioltcy'ofthe cou n'- subscribers nt'tlio reduced of three
single individual, may veto on the to price from the level b"f the Sea C3 feet G inches.
'try, must, in the end,,either sever, consolidate the
of Union or ineltddt'n'an4 ;ot11,0, .Supreme? p'rt!! 'holding! office canCeIn iitAtipnary.SdndJtey
!Umitlejs
ont
State St vccigntks'intb irresponsible ;Light.-Revolving once iij
not by election but,by .appointment, may cjotiscqucntp of' the other Daily Papers -
i despotism. The Everting;,.Pp'sVjviH set aside" the concurrent ;enactments of 54 setonda It is the best Light on tot!

: oppose Internal Improycmont: : as'uncoaititutipnal : : House, Senate*, and President. The i in New York, determiningnot to board coistSW.byS.. : U 1.2 miles"from'Key
{ as! an engine of.favoritism! power vessels and receive their news on Sunday,
'to protect the ;Constitution Could: not West LighniatedlircCtly: bu thq Rcct:
as: )it.ioiirce of,'iecltbnalrobbery,exorbitant..as' crestjtlng'a have been rationally Entrusted,to,the very tho:Publishers. of the Courier & Enquirer The., Light .70' feet.above the Sea; ;.* "
necessity: foiperpctuating; have lately tcd ThirtccnTlousand'dolcars "'!
the violation
majqrity.frorrtiwhlth danger {
:'taxation-itwtfopposo: the 'rcehartefing : T.rniJgaf ''Light,-*$tatlgbaryon! .ORCoftho'Urf
cvoulX in taMishrncntconststing
'It
have been in- a neparate news -
))6f;thG:itnitea "States."Bank,,as:manifestlyuhc6nititutldijal <<; was apprehended Tortugaa Islands!: near,the western
: deedcommitting- keys'of tbejhoiise; to I of irre: Schooner of.hirtety tbns,
tlie'Jex- extremity of the Reef Lat.-24.3l N.
; prolonging m
andas '
the safe-keeping of,tbbsX distrust of whom of tone and tlie
one sxty Necessary rowboats.
,
isfcnco: bf'tt'dangcrbni power j and U', will: suggested the propriety l looks'. Tbeow- } Long,'ft; itO) WJ. .. 't : "
,bppoSo projected disposition of the.Stir.Clue' ccwas' left'with ,the'several State This. establishment! $ supported at ,'
iteventtes'rit Icbem 'or barefaced( Sovereignties wisely-and thus'not only,was there an annuat cpenseiit'Nlli' Tb'ooj.'ihd dollars IU Y't EST 2SEG.4gi'iNUFAGTORYi

wholesale, bribery, which.lf' adopted,'will provided a. de 5nito'ruloofNactlon for the l and vessel from! Europe arejlioardeU; :

give to ,oppression! ,a duraUon.co-existant! federal Governmentbut a power to renderinoperative at, sea and their news disseminaicd.ihroughthe : \V'IIi : J
with that or our government.A with\ i ; I \before ) WALL.lakes\thi9oprtoHtinity
;that is t /DuUifUleir unauthorised country ;great dispatch long '
ttacliment the informing U&Publfc't lliat lie has'eStablisheJ -
zealous andjudiclbus to ,
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tho harbour.
and irregiiUr"acUpri/' they! reach '
prescribes the present tllO proper A stdAR, rASVJ'. ciojiv at KojrWcst.
Onion; ( {,p rSo far as a congenfality' views may exist In its.politics, the Courier tSiEnquircr 13 .
'crIsis for makihg'a'determined'and'u ncom"promUlng in relation'to these principles, he'Evening IS purely Democratic-adhering |to Jhe'prlnciplw -' Ho .loHhis'urpose, tfizrcryledTobafttoftomlJataiat
fortbe'Constitutiopbeforethe
stand; Post'is pledged to'' the *' Bt.to'Righunnd :? -.' .
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and I'
of"ditferent'nectibOro 'n. .usages pfthe Republican Party,
'' J jairingyinterests each'other in*irrecon- Tree de'Partyl" and as the support and ndvoCating the re-election of'-Gengral- Segarsof the.bef uillty, and ,of every ,
'organised'agairist of'measures, to',be .efficient, must include, 'descriptionlpiay be had at establishment
'ci1 blo' conflict-before'blinded"by their Jackson to the Its colurnifs.are
presidency.
the its bumble,aid will be } '
'Uurighteoiis' gains; the! 'consolidation States support>t men "Q1iko-aerotedJo and DoniestioIntelligence (O fcSrl: ,AII'1 onlersjn! the above lino will
Foreign
Contflbqted to extend the : ,
zealously person
undoubted right their undue'advantagesbefore meat ,die] earllel3t attention.'
.shall regard as Literature :'and the
al influence and the political ad Morals \ '
promote > ; ; "
t they shall resolve 'to nehfprthoae'statcimco, who devote, FjneArts.: In piornls1 ,hn,,'everj 'it does )\tm, :" ,z 1831: : f'
maintain,at alt hazard the tyrannous prin
the'will 6f themselves to tho'gbbd caiiio, which is iden- not act u on the I crud 5f Faifthicjj l or 13igotsbut
ciple hat pablic opinion''or a Loggerhead turtle Shell.:
tifed'Witli the value of'the Union and the on tho contrary iriCulcatw thoseprinciples
Jnuiot lyV"a'powerabovoth&onstitution; .
and honor South Carolina
I of Its
'and before the victim'sovereigftties frt miner liberty co-operation with these will be ,of invrality"and, religion only; TUB subscribers' will lie a fair prick
endurance.(unless the warm embarrassed Which are" formed uhoti peace" arid' 500 Ibs. of the'above article. !
,city ,graded beyond by a personal pledge to bo can' )goodwill "
'very aspirations tor liberty be'extinct)shall lidate for the ?Presidency: or other to all mankiid--the frUit of which Ik! ,-' GEORGE E.WE4VR & 'CO.Kcy :
any
West Juno >
rise in desperation and abolish a frame'bfgovernment offlcei. "'I'. tolerance d'brdlherlynftection instead of U.

too much shattered to be rccog'niscd maintaining{: its ground' amid the COn ', tseCutidn for opinion's sake." -:. EDWARD CIIANDLEK : ;

a* that which for which Inveterate they oriinallysUp-'sectional hat Diets 6f partyfU.sill ecU.e'aim of the Eye:= Upwards of .Fyiir "Thousand: copies of ATTo'itRSYIor: TUfc UNITED: STATES SOUTH''toisrnicT ,
and
ulated, -
Post to the dignity of the ,<<
ning picsdr -
qd sha\\ thou render it impossible yet Courier t EnQuirtr are irtibUslied Daily, E.n.h or FLORIDA; '
} : moderation :
; Press, by.courtesy a Jd ,under
again to recompose re-edify. The South the belief tharthe legitimate ends of newspaper and more thin .Threts: Thousand Semi-' NO. 1, ARC %DE, .. .
roused full sense of her wrongs weekly and in'thi",, of Tew-York its -
once to a dispussioh'are,best subserved by$rm- Qity > ,....
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; ness without violence; and zeal without in circulation t is known to bo morb than 'anfjundrcd

and it a.nnot'b.o denied.that by the ,Constitution temperance. With the opinions and public per cent greater than any other Bakerg -:

even if strictly observed' thp slave acts of'opponents, it wilt exercise the right paper. 'These: facts' are referred, to, as offording
hoMing tateri'"are placed at decided disad if dealing,freely- but. it is hoped that no the only commentary the Frbprie HENRY;GODb ARK JqibrinsU pub
antJ.toli'Once leagued for<<: the resumptionof I 't he has established. himself at
part of:its r will ever justify the suspicion tors with offer /
can :
rfghts'i! they will submit, BO longer to a of its oven pa'rUat"Adoption of the In- propriety, on the.quality Key West in the Bakery Busitieis: : Tlrcfollowipg

system'of. direct taxation, c.l; calculated famous maxim,that"situ fair in politics" of the matter wind Will be found in their articles, yf tbjL best Ijilality can
blind the peopl.to the extent and inequality contemplated weekly publication eitablishmentt
Tbedomeatio Concerns our native State always be had at Ins .
of their bUNons-andttley: demand wilt be cxrefully watched, :and the policy ,,It iJ'i intended to publish lY,500 copies FRESH> r'AMltV LOAVES

; fortheiRlaboririgclass' a representation folly advocated! which shall appear best calculated of the first tuitnber of the paper which !:verJ-Mor ngt

otleu8tates. r tbn'Ubonog iAA ired cltCsaesof'concelsions the t for tier' : prosperity. safe,and economical will be distributed !In different parts of the'countrJ. hESII PILOT'BREADi, ,.:Jt
.1'llo .
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and i Constantly on hand j' .
reAiied those government one. copy sent to citli) PostMaster '
whom
iwjllbe. certainly i by by While :the' Evening Post will be ,devoted in.thy: United States; in order that Also :
the Union is regarded but as bargain estimated Lq the promulgation of the political faithsetforth A variefy of Sweet Dread, Cake, &cQ&Otden tic:'
of- a specimen of ho publication maya be>
calculation profit examined. -
,by A pecuniary article
in trig prospectus, it will not be neg& :: for any of the above
and loss and the Federal bond will be sun lectful of the, prlCUclLlda? I. Commerce .*' will be 'gratet1l1ir eJ! d. and promptly
=:. .: The adwcacy of State ,
. dered and forever. and Trade, two'branches Jndmtry which TERMS. Bxecutedr k '*.'" ''" -

Rights la, therefore, the pnly'faithful" advocacy must bc mostlb'eneficially affected 0y the Daily Paper-: i$I0 per an. FayalftSera. Key Yeet, Feb. p1832._ 23t. (, ,

., of Union, success its doctrines; Great exertions Weekly Paper-4 an, yin
per }
V ?With a firm conviction pf this important will bo made to' perfect the departmenb WSEKIV '
j PAEB 3
contend for per an. qdeancfc.&T. P. lJ Qre ti
wilt
truth.., the F-vening Post, connected with .commercial, intelligence, ,
For Any who
Union. obtain
\tC1b rty-the Constitution and our merchants and tradesmensbal find person may eight '

,.'1'W6 'fy fits, as the first of national bles- the readiest attention toTall their wabts, and subscribers to the ,weekly paper and"remit Cont1nuesto innsact General Asencj'

iinc' for the Constitution which secure it the; warmest, gratitude for all their favors.TC&UST the amount, shall beturnishedVilh'a copy \Uu3JneM

'trom'domestlc'usurpi'lion i and for the Uni- # .gratis;and to companies; of;tCQSubscnberJ, Goods taken on Storage &c.. f ..;
:wltich .treD< n : who associate and remit twentj*.fivodbHAre, &$I. lie will always be to recetvft
ression. Without a rijid observance of Daily paper, $JO per 'annum. Country. happy
j the compact the Union must become a UnU taper, three times a week, $5. .<%. ,it will beJeQt.fur g? SQjeacb per annum. and execute all orders in His line of,BUM.

b"b b w'itbout..iberty, and the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted attbou&ual rates. Post Masters who have no objections to icss.

of wbjugution from abroad is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 94 J831, act as our Agent,are mjuested to receive Key West, 28th March: 183 1J

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