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 30, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 1: KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1832 NO., 3( "_

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THE.GAZETTE.' A man might as well bo a walking jewel. into bed t translated these rhymes from tho I is inconvenient, because it throws the CAW

"' i' ,,"Ir: >;TF.D' arSTROBED ler's shop-l>uj he's well paid Ho doubt Spanish: of purchasing and making clothes upon a

Saw horseback in whito kid family at the niomenl, when on cvti-
.: "B I Scroope on My bosom wad a desert spot very ,
: gloves, and Saunter, a satin veil, all the Whence Lore's sweet flower was ban ry account, it tnosi heeds.: seclusion and

",, lad,;,p'1b.1tsJl' on every Wednesday by hues of the rainbow. Mcta.f Hale rt Dan Uhcd; quietness} when) ; wars out with care and

nor i-,',, *'-\, '.,vTHOMAS= N. JEFFREYS.j" dy-mere Fop5sometimes man of wit, or For if it grew, flourished cot, watching, and sorrow' it needs retirement
i = I Jut ever by some wayward lot and relief. There is shocking' unsbeinlf
t:: TERMS $5. annum-payable in tolerable fool lanUyalways an ass: dis- a
II, advance. per ; I tin'ctiou, one )H ho stave of his vanity, the It e'en in springing vanished ness, I hud almost said a sacrilege; in tuih-

Advertisements itrtcrtcd at one dollar I oilier of his Jailor. Joined Miss SuMaur 'Twas tMno to plant a feeling there ing the house of death into a shop for the

per sqiiara for tho first insertion, and fifty nnd made myself tlbrce able until we met My heart must ever cherish dressmaker Who that ever witnessed

cents, for every succeeding time, tilt ordered Clnrn, smiling most provokihgly upon that A flower, that,spite the storms of care, what i h passing, on one of these occasions .

to bo stopped. bore, Pomposinglon Puffendorf-got out Thou, only thou from thence canst tear who that has seen tIle broken hearted victims -

.- ..6.. L__ of humour at finding myself jealous of a And scatter it to perish.FEMALtTDRESSES.. of affliction brought forth to be dressed -

';" '. POETRY. .. fool. Passed 'Clara ngain-met 'her once up ns |pageants' and harr&sscd into inquiries

more coming out of Vandervoott'; sho abbut mourning gowns and bonnets,6r

From tho Ken England ric'view. smiled, and 1 joined h'r..tookxl.rnvishing; A writer in tlic New-York Commercial 'heard' intermifaclcu! with their sighs arid
concludes humour
THE VAUDOIS TEACHER. in her new* spring hat-|xH+icr>nt to short Advertiser n very tears, paltry nnd vain discussions about the
article! the fashion Of female
though. Mew. Foot the only thing about Otis on present adjustment of mourning Clips and ribbons,
"The In which thfc Waldcnscs
and heretics manner disseminated their principles her that's not perfect. Told me f he had dress i i"Look' -who, I say, has not felt that all this is

, among flu catholic gentry, was by carrying learned a new song, and would sing it liter nt them again f fashionable at church exhibitions.-at pub- inconvenient, ill-timed, and unbecoming,
, with them a box of trinkets, or articles; of me; upon which 1 inflicted on her a premeditated mct'lings""Qnd beyondliat; any forcoof language, can express -
this wilderness of bonnets
dress. Having entered the Lottso of the impromptu, written the night before Who can Set orcr ?

fjcntry and disposed of some f>f their goods : ? Who can see through them? And But tho greatest objection, after all, to
cautiously intimated that they had "who can hear for their very rustling? It is
.they the is tho
When I see thee and hear lice, in doubtingI'm use mourning apparel, expense.
commodities far moro valuable than these: A sober fact+ that the lato great religious andcharitablo That the the
lost. heavily
inestimable would show ) anniversaries well expense presses upon
jcvclsvhtch they Which of the two it ravishes most- were not so poor, is A matter well known, nndllJclle\'e,
. if they could he protected from tho clergy. attended as formerly because of tho -
Tho wild fascination that thrillingly lingers generally regretted. But this, is not
would then give their purchasers a biMo very
They On notes that touch'd diesscs of the ladies. We ourselves -
the arc by thy magi-
all it the of tho
or testament; and thereby many were presses heavily upon| body
deluded into heresy."-[Sea KeinerousSac- cal fingsrs, 'formally months, excepting: on rai- community. None but the opulent, in fact,
Or the of enchantment that covertlylies enabled catch
spell days, have !been only to
cho's Book, A. D. 1250.] ny can offord It. There are few families in

Oh-lady fair, these silks otj mine Like witchery, Lid in those soul-beaming occasional glances of the preacher's the blossomsof (face, the country, with whom the expense of
Arc beautiful and through the boughs or among
rare- mourning apparel does not form n burdensome -
Th'c lichcst web of the Indian loom, eyes. the intervening tiltts. Tlib sleetcs l tn
addition the bills of tho merchant.
She did look pleased! nnd I should have and to
Which beauty's self might wear;- ggothow Ilnultcrably'rcposttrous{ ,
Besides this this is tho most kind
on, to make a fool of myself hut just expensive
And those own fair gone ridiculous these detestable
pearls are pure as thy vcxntiously ore
neck, then I thought she smiled somewhat too abominations. Oh! (lint Solomon's seven of apparel; and there is always: on these

With whoso radiant light they vie; kindly as she bowed to Vapid. Left her hundred wives and three hundred concubines otcasiohs-from haste and natural improvidence

I have brought them with me a weary way- before she could 'turn round, and darted into had to court in them! It of an afflicted mind, about world

Will Thy gentle lady buy Bourne's; saw a lithograph of Forrest in would have once gone half ly thing* --there is a great deal,of cxtrnvaguncc -
required a palace as largoas
And the lady smiled on the worn old man, Metamora' legs too thick, holds a crusa till Palestine! and tho monarch would and waste And more than all, this

Thro1 the dark and clustering curls der's battle-axe instead of an Indian tomahawk have another expense comes at n time, when of nil times

Whirr veiled her brow as she bent, to view ; sin against costume; worst that can and given vexation us of chapter" Look upon into"vanity i h cnn be least easily borno:. It comes in
spirit. our
His silks and glittering peatls told addition to all the of sickness
ho perpetrated. Met Mrs. Wilding; expenses ,
,\nd she placed their price in the old man's liko churches. Sleeve cngigot,two feet in cir- the paying of attendant and the' charge!
me I looked as usual a magnifico-true, i little beautiful slender ;
hand, cumference enclosing -
and a Mem. Mrs. W. woman bf the physician. It comes, perhaps, at
And turned compliment. God bless them of fouror
lightly away, ivory arms: ( )
the moment when tho main
lint she paused at the wanderer's earnest ot wit as well as taste; always ex- five inches! We know not wherewithto very support
call"My'gcntlc the idea she wishes to, and gives"a and reliance of a family is taken away-
presses liken them. 'rh'.'ir shoulders and arms
lady slay!" local habitation" to other people' Saw and unnatural When tho husband, tho father; this from r
as huge as
appear is cut off-when he has the
and shook departed
Oh, lady fair, I have yet a gem Grey cut poor Seymour; stopped they were olllicted with elephantiasis; and
Which a purer lustre flings hands heartily with S. nnd gave tho little they hang to the body like tho con- world with no feeling of distress so deep,

Than the diamond flash of the jewelledcrown finger of iny left glove to G. Mem. "A ductors from the cap to tho worm copper of a still, as that he was to leave destitute those who

gentleman never cuts." were dearer tb him thdti,, life;-then it is,
down not becoming
On tho lofty brow of kings- Readied my rooms at four and let John gradually tapering less.. though What with their- that the desolate and deprived, under a false

A wonderful pearl of exceeding price, break my mother of pearl folder between "beautifully notion of showing respect lo him,arc obliged -
hats I and sleeves! and hoops nnd buckram
Whose virtue shall not decay, ,
tho leaves of a new novel, while I was trying by the custom of Society, to abridge
Whoso light shall be as a spell to thee, and foundation muslin, three ladies now
on a pair of velvet slippers; asked him the already narrow means on which they
And a blessing on thy \tayt""he1ady mako a full. .
if he took it for an oyster knife. Recollected pew 'have to rely. How many are tho cases in
"We have no objection td k lady'a encasing
glanced at tho mirroring steel, that Brummel said nearly tho same thing, which n considerable portion, and even the
herself in frock of seven-and-
Where her form of was seen, a pattern
grace and for John to tell him not to whole of what remains for the widow and
rung repeat ,
Where her ee shone clear, and her dark forty yards, pro"ided their husbands and fathers -
i.. Five o'clock Dined the of tho fatherless is in
locks waved ; on wing a can for them and provided also expended,not' providing
leaf of lettuce, and wino pay for their but in
Their clasping pearls between chicken a one that they will roll themselves up like so many merely arraying them
'"llring forth thy pearl of exceeding worth, buiscuit. Looked into "The Exclusives" silk worms. But to havesevcn-and-for- for their desolate condition.
Thou traveller and old claret found it twaddle and :
gray during ; was -
bcfrilled and beruft d beflounced
And name the price of thy precious gem, tore the 'leaves out for shaving paper. ty yards: From the Greenfield Sentinel; .
and bcfurbelowed and ahrTost to
And my pages shall count thy golck"The Six o'cI ,ck.Via) oh why, can't we expanded Mourning Apparel.We to
explosion: is asking little too much. Here
cloud went off from the pilgrim's brow, digest by proxy or steam. Seven. Ah, ends our first, lecture add wo hope it will betaken learn that this, public mind is undergoing o

As a small and meagre book, coffee, delicious beverage! thou gem of change oh the subject of mourning apparel.

TJncbascd with Ioldor diamond gem berries! The' Arab of the desert may exultin as kindly as it is Meant. Should dny What notion can bd rlshed, eitncrby civilized
From his folding robe h<3 took: fair brow darken upon| us with a frown
the of his ,tit give nations
graces courser, me or more ridiculous
savage ,
"Hero lady, fair, IS the pearl of price, however, or any bright eye emit a spark of
thee thon happiest emanation of Arabia than that which would
the idea that
May it prove as sivch: to thee! indignation, we can only tell them the sto- convey

Nay-keep thy gold- -I ask it not, Felix! ry of tho boy, his mother and the gun:- the feelings of pleasure or |paln- of joy or
Foa TUB WORD or GOD is >FUEI!" Eight o'clock. Rode to Howard House When the was first summoned to the grief may be truly represented .by tlie color
to see a match at billiards took the cue boy of certain articles of
my- clothing But it
Tho hoary traveller went his way, train band, his mother fitted him out witha 1
self made some clumsy hits and contented is matter of consolation that
this absurd
But the gift lie left behind, !) a courageous mother's pride, and charged : -
Hath had its pure and perfect work myself with seeing oung Rjun througha 1 him to demean himself like a man.-; fashion is now discountenanced Ly BOrne
On that maiden's mind gracefully ns a bpcndlhtift his is- of the and
high-born ; game When' ho he loaded greatest men in our coun-
And she hath turned from the pride of sin, tatc. Nine o'clock. Home; dressed in on parade wo vcr,although try. Somo:! towns and many religious- <>-
piece at the order his heart failed
To the lowliness of truth. five minutes, and took fifteen to coax a pet cieties and individuals have publicly expressed
And given her human heart to God curl. Mem.-Strut tells me he takes an him at the word! "fire. Every order to their -
In its beautiful hour of youth! "prime and load" was obeyed through the disapprobation satisfaction -
hour. Brain must be confused upon tho and we may soon 1m vo the of
And she bath left the-gray old halls, subject, or after two winters' practice he'd day. On returning to his mother, she questioned numbering it among the absurdities whichare

Where an evil faith had power, have more facility in the art. Sat down him so closely as to his prowess, that remembered only as the follies of

The courtly knights of her father's train, and read Burke till ten; peculiarity in tho the truth came out. Like the Spartan mother pns(;

And tho maidens of her bower; exordium of his'cclies-generalJy speaksof her charge, on presenting the shield, ages.
And she hath to the Vaudois vales wbuld have been 'with it -
gone the I ,or on it.
attention he has given to and labor gPORTlNG ANECDOTES.
feet untrod
By lordly ,
dignant, therefore, at the recreant conductof
Where the poor and needy of earth arc rich, he has bestowed upon his subject. Mem. 'I her chicken-hearted son she seized tho Two of the lato Lord Lerg ldy" gil-
In the perfect l&ve of God! Tho best excuse for taking the timo of his lies being out a deer-stalking had the
musket of which he was so unworthy, and good
hearers: unlike modern pouters,who"have fortune to shoot a fine buck which
--- -'-- --q fired it off herself.: As may be supposed, large ; ,
but a few words to say-hardly thought of after staggering a few fell
MISCELLANEOUS.From : the musket, being over-loaded, kicked her paces, apparently -
tile matter even, and then out heir )
pour dead. The gillies
flat flounder. As sho immediately rail,
over as as a attempted up
the New-York American. crude ideas by the twenty-four hours.: to rise,her hopeful sun exclaimed- Mto and one of them placing himself astride on

DIARY OF A YOUNG MAN ABOUT Carriage came to take me to Mrs. Penre'her's. still,lie still, mother; there are twelve more the animal; plunged Ms dirk into hi throat,

TOWN. ,over the way just far enough for to come !" intending to bleed it. Ho then deliberate
dampness, or a hat to put one's hair out of ly drew bis mull, and, afler treating him-
"Dear Mr. J4Uor-Tio: enclosed
n anutract -
curl. Mem. Wish sedan chairs could bo
self and his
companion to a pinch) of snuff;
some precious bearing
i had-the
for short distances
only thing the
; struck
fancy him'that .he would
the above title that I lately piakcd up at a found myself in a squeeze, standing next "But now. he is dead, wherefore should I one to the deer ols6. This ho did give
dc.tu.re auction( This with the of tho (fast Can I him sayingat
rest lo Clara, at the head of the stairs; tried to bring back again! the same time "Halo bcastie
5lS shall bo at your service, whenever I pay her a compliment-failed as usual. These remarks against mourning apparel, yo a sneeahm. ,This stimulus puir roused,1 the

can find time to copy an occasional extract Mem. The only woman whom I can't flatter arc admitted with thesincerest kindness towards I torpid animal and he vent with
; away abound
for your columns: C. the h the afflicted These trappings of
-piqued interpretation pat and a snort, leaving Donald sprawl
"Monday morning. Rose at 0 o'clock upon what I said-turned round end flirted grief seem indifferent and childish where lag among the heather.' "Gudo Lord!1"

find read Saturday's American; took my with Helen Manners; thought I heard Clara I there is real grief and where there is not, says Duncan. "Col tarn!'' shouted Donald

chocolate: at ItelinorJco's! at tea; skimmed consenting to waltz mill Vapid and they arc mockery. The principlo objections and off they set in pursuit of tho

tho Courtier Franca, and the top of a flung out of the house in disgust. Got in- against tbo custom of wearing mourning deer; but all 'in vain: Ho was "o'er the

pate, ate three bon Lena and I a lemon-drop. to my room, locked the door, and determined ( apparel, are, that it is useless, inconvenient riggin cJ the'hill," and nowhere to be seen.

Stepped into my booty at Benton' at half to take passage for Europe in the Sun. and expensive.For 1 wo days afterwards ho was found in

past ten; put on bronze frock and left chocolate day's packet; jumped up and exercised with what used *it serve? To remind moss, half devoured by carrion crows and a

coat at Wheeler', changed lat at my dumbelht-no doubt to the satisfactionof mo that ) am in affliction ,1 do not wish other animal; and Donald was minus his

8t Jblm', and got fairly into Broadway a snoring stranger in the next room- to be so pointed out. Shall the sable garb dirk, which had dropt out by the

felt cooler. Read tea stanzas of'Childe be adopted then, because it is grateful to way,
one.Met Strut with) half a dozen yards of Harold and three pages of Cogan on tho my feeling*,_because it b a kind of.solace S1lUff' I>r. Dunlop whilst in the

gold chalk around his neck,a grove of gold passions, to settle my mind. Recollected to one? I can gain no consolation from it. vs. V East Indies, vanquished, a Royngert .

buttons in.his bosom,and rings ort two fingers that if Clara was a flirt, 1 was a.trifler. But if the custom )js useless, its Inconvenience ) al Tiger, with a bladder of

; looked liko a trinket pedlar Mem. Peeped into Fetnrch, and before jumping forms o still greater objection.! It Scotch snuff: The Doctor living croaseet:


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;' "' ',,;( s, erv rit 1 I I liC age; but divino'providencetrdal ( I !} iq discharged! !.. .J,1t satisfied ;. ;
i;,; ,. I3euig whir- xm, rtle>rfcn w.. l enca.bi .d' I.rN I. me I 1i ES at thdjCMfiurcca;of.art',and dcRmd'A'nt CXsf'.PSn 1jll* u WI 1 fnactetJ'J tllnt'jflln"
r" i. tliutgiiicss the ft1tiduuyi| ,frfeflafiffiSi1d bb exerted I In texe
l' ;' '... .u,,' t I .t'It .n apons- ; n them t .io"tTtaken M nrtJrCmh'?
:'H in vain: .tley;fender ontaiuo;rnootho the shall not pay and discharge' the
11 drTscrcoliirrirf l !
(?:: ::\ e. 'nccy"tofiii&1'SlW < any complaintt>rhot"finding a inarkci for same ui ,
(' with their backs to windward, whilst(fie Dr all tho fish they'can crtre. passage five to the torgb.'Ur 0 dca.thof th\3! irk term of five days from and a' cr |fl|.,
children l of thembut tW
lady young ( 1'
one him
,: : levying upon her ,
theme "
; enipllechho( conttihts'of! the bladder into apiece : If then these Spaniards pay all their 4 month old] have been deprived of the tSif"* f rangy s ich execution as aforesaid, ?
of <5anvassand danced upon it until dues, and do not interfere in any manner 'der care and solicitude: of A mother andhefanrvivingparinepofanalfcctionatesvi i jtnay be 1 lawful, .for any vdeer ]
it .became ,define as deist! 'TJio,Tiger continued ; Y.Wllflt) |!ale of ,fish caughtby Uio.' American's i. i .,, i.Clewing.!' r ciSdycrtiso executing thq sale Nr?,
winding and) occnsionaliy'cruuclieJ. whyshould they ho deprived of the 'f low glorious and triumphant 15! die ((1caJr.nr the *ervi$g|_*.,|rjSi'O ndant or dcfem it:.
"When. lie approachedvithin twenty yards tights which} but for their ignrffhuce of our the rrghlcbusl--on! the morl1ini other 1 1ili I ants, laanj .)per onwho' will pay and! djs.
"of the, party, the Doctor discharged about l language, would hive been sccWrAlotlieni\ % llltion,Mrs. PattcrSon being fully at1f.c J) charge such. execution With tile costs ar'-
of her approaching end, spoke of ,{it with < cruel and Accruing for s-ich:
half a pound of Jho ammunition; .pnrt. of i by their becomingAmenc5nscii7x'ns'? Mn- j' ; services fur
tiv rich was carried by tho strong wind into "ny of them were fesfdentsat the clfflligo of pleasure composure: ,Calling and even her anticipated fair)i1yrnnd children.it with tLesh'brtest'jpacn' .shalrbe of posted time {! at wMcfi two;"said aj.vcrtisement .

,thc face of Itpalty.! 'I'he'Tiger growled, flags, nfh3'e. constantly feiriaincd at around her, sfio bade theta kn 'affectionate :;(I f'iiblic.7pTic'cs) | in 'tho coirnty; wli- 'or fb'aucli tnCra;
\hcok his head furiously and retreated Cliarloltelj harborsiiice, and the oldest fish- .farewell after which) she exclaimed, I ,long jiulgtrJetit align bd rendered.Sec. << ;. ,
,In n few minutes, however, Iio returned to erman, as mentioned in my letter to Air. to be at rest! JcfcTis is waiting with. exj|i .if.,Be it ntrthoVcnaVtc'd! That siidi
the charge,approaching the party cautiously M'Lano, has resided on (he same pol. for tended'arms to receive me." .. .sale! shall not tnk ,'''placo before tlie sumo

and rubbing his eyes iiccasionalfy with 47 y'tarl' They haveever, deemed thcnifclves ta .. .'?.r' .d..n.-. : ., _, or' ,__.-.., shall have been advertised; ten days : it
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his fore legs When within about 16 yards subject to the laws of ilia,Territory ;I ;.:;- j 'shall, be (by public.auction, at'jtliejimc-;
,1V14.RIN'E! place designated in such 'adr, rt[";ment'.
,of'the party, he ,again croilchedan'd J. as and ftflo I United States: ; in )proof ofwhich '
Sec. 5. Be it further
preparing to make his murderous I would observe, thatonecu". time fishermenis INTELLIGEN.. E..,, : enacted, Tliat aov
he was oJ .negro or mulatto, sold. as afore ?ht,shall for
,spring, the Doctor'dnd'fiv'o of his party let i now :awaiting !his trial at this !place on. a --i-M' the time for which L.ci;shq! or they tn'ay bo
.fly ,alVun J about, }\ pounds f. WuIP( olio charge of murder. ,,. -, .. .. ., cold, taken and held .,ns slave or slaves, and
{JDr. roaring out.at'. thQQm.clme, "Well. Believing that the passage of the bill a- SINCfi OUR Io' LAST.May in all-re-rpccts liable to the! same' petiahio:;
'dunc,.my.b.illicsI dings SI1a'ro.'tliQVtflcr; roso from erroneous impressions as f6 the and trcatment. and bound to perform auk
.-tho' its liko spilling my heart's bluid towa'ste(1 (situation of the [people, and as !tho loss of *"' service which his, her or their owners may
23. Sloop Ernpress, from NewOrleans ,require in thc, same manner
siccan ghwcriu' ill- their commerce would be a detriment'to as shvcs: r.rc
it upon great bound
sco to Pfew-Lon'dp.n, ballast. bo'u nd. ,
.iiiu-'J dccvil. The Miuflf( told well ; (for the district, I fool r.o lic-I ta11on" in recommending '24. *. Tickler i Reynolds, li: 'va-. 't Kec. G. ?Be f't. firthcr! .cpaclcd..... .. That if a-

the Tiger, uttering a deafening roar,*!prang the use of your influence a- na. ,. h.y'rre, nrgrc'or mulatto sold, for a term of
into the Ganges, and fled to the opposito gainst confirmation of the. law by Con- '" 1 North-America'. JIram'anit'sana. '- ttmC'a\! aforesaid,shall rtln-a\Vay from Us,
,hore.: For this achievement, the Doctor giess. her or thcijr) owner or \owners, such person
:Teceivcd 2,000 rupees, a silver snufT-bov, With much fcspcYI' lam sir, 27. U. S Schr. Porpoise, Lieut Com.' .' .ofcoIor, npW'summary complaint before n.Jy -
and the title of Tiger from a native Prince. Yoar'most obedient servant, Armstrong, from a cruize. ) fiistico.'of:I tI' pc'ace, shall and may be
28. Schooners Delta ani11\!ito from St.
W. 1\. WillTEIlKAO condemn&tJ .to /servo double the time furvhfcJi'ljOj.sheojthey
Sporting Magazine marks bound to New-York"pahcd'. ., "f !i shall Lave run-away ,
"Collector.Ilort. 20. This U. S' Ship Erie, Clack which
Capf ,
s7imirfary'cjbmpraint: ma'y.b'c
M. WHITE", 'from ls '
cru'rzd.' and,condcrnnation fur n3 ore service awarded
', THE OAZETTE.' .--- 1louse of Representatives., ". Sloop VV'irf. Stcwarer, Cushman, by 'any justice o'f. the peace, as often anal-
"'- nay, Tur'tlc", msisteV. ns long,-as said free negro.or mtlaUofosoM
KEY WEST: COLLECTOR'S OFF/CC, Schr. Pizarro: Floxio, Tiirttijas, shall continue to run-away.

: .WEDNESDAY;, MAY :30, 1032.v 'I KEY \VKST, Novfc.MtEa "17, lOUl.: I ballast > Sec. 7.' And belt father enacted; Tlirit},

,?***: "_'*"*-.T 'T- -* >_- *..'.wf .._._ _._ _, .._? _. i Sir,-I Rno\V not whether the Govern ; SAILED. this act hall. be In'forcc' ., from and.after iu
The U. 8. Sloop .of* "War 1*..rie. .tCaPt.'Clack ment'has.becn inferred by the former collectors !May 24. Sloop North America, .B.ram an, passage.Passed. Jan. 20 'o ,
1832.-App cdell.1
L't.'Com. Armstrong of this .of the exislence.of lour Havana. '
and Schr. Porpoise, port 1632. '' '
sailed from this port? on the 20th! inst. Spanish fishing establishments.on the western '- Sloop Tickler Reynolds, Havana.Sloop .
.. :Mary Ann, Ximcncs Havana.
shore of
The officers and crews of both vessels being the peninsula of Florida, atCharlotte's 2!). U. S. Ship Erie, Capt. Clack, on a 'CITY. ORDINANCES..
I harbor. Since I have hold tho
in excellent health. cruise. OnTHN1tE..No.. 1. ,
'' office, I have deferred .stating their situation U. S. Schr. 'Lt. Com" A'rr'n- To '
0 PprpoUe, ;prevent Nuisances in thc"City of KcvWest.
;v:,: The Ship America:Capt. Matthewcs19 j until opportunity should offer for a strong, on a cruisd.i % .

days from I ew York bound to Appalacliico- I personal} inspection of(' them. I have lately -_-- ._. -.v: -.;'. -'' -.-!-_--JLm..mm- i., ,. ..!.'=i._.i"ni.i!' Sec.t Dc ordained byjhcMaynrandAldermen : :\) ,

'the 28th inst. The Ameri passageon state to the Department what fell under my cil assembled, and it is hci'fby} ordained !b::
having .
observation. TheyapjKjar to have been the authority or IIIC same, That from ;in.luflcr ,
pcrienced st succession of head winds and, I. occupied by the Spaniards for a riumbtr of Egani ihu 'passing of this. Oidinancc-

calms off the Tortugas, Capt.:M. determined years prior to the cession: of Florida to the : 'it shiill ,be the tltity of all housekeepers

to pass through this way, in wl.ic1l11e suc United Stales as fishing; places for the Supply fd, (put ,ht least one peck of Lime intu

e ,ew'i'llout' any diffictiH' By taking I of tho Havana market, the !head- fisherman 1G:1ss the Pi ivy .ol the houso; they inhabit, onto

.,this route,Capt. M. shortens his passage 75 I having resitted,himself at one of them s every two weeks, and every person 'failing

miles, besides having_the beat round Tortujjas I for forty seven years. At tho change of informs lib friends icfusingto comply\vitli the pruvi'i ins;;' of

? 'against fJ.curr! : t of the Gulf., Yesselsdrawing'12 flags, it was tho 'intention of this individual I *t and the public in general, that he has this Ordinance, shall bo fined the sum of

fet water lhay' with"safety to have becdirio an American citizen, opened a Private Boarding House on Indian Two Dollars for each oilence.! \
'through. at high water. but, through Ignorance of the language, Key, and will pay every attention in Sec. 2. lie it further ordained That U
...1go-:; i and other causes, ho neglected tioing so' his power to redder satisfaction to 'those shall\ lie the duty of every hfiie-Keej.pr; to
,, . has Harbor, carrying on the business\ to, this terms are moderate. control and the piivys, and other outhouses
Florida Fisheries, been brought before April 11, 1832. -
time, liiiVlcr the impression it appears; ,that .---- _. p in them, clean and in good order; also,
; the House of Representatives! and referred the act allowing Sphish'csscls to ,enter it shall bo lift duty of tho Cty ]Uaishal.at,
to the Committee on TcrritoYios..The .- the port of Pensacolaj and of St. It"oticc test oncir =
; Augiistine every tniMilh! to visit: the enclosnies
: intcd,bill, as Landed to the Crfmm;, it- on the same footing n American 'vci- ; .of all houses the City I of Key West

toe, was accompanied by the fol1owiDg, elton sels, for twelve years, contained a clau'Se SIX weeks after date I will afft'ly tu the and ,sOo that tho same arc clean\ and the
from our worthy! Collector giving them, also, the right to- fish on the of the County Court for letters out-houses in good: brdl'r; odd whenever lie
coast for the same period. At the four "of administraliorl'bn the estate of the late shall find filth '
<;Q LECTon'8 OFfICE, establishments rtny ,or dirt which ho lJIadccriiprpju.tlidal \'
"Kkr: WIST., MARCH sfc, 1032. I there may _be 120 men, 'half Mr...Michael Mab'rity.U'M.. II WALL. I to tlic )health of I lh6 I. Cat,;;
,,SiV-iA bill. having:passed tho Legislative ot"which number probably. arc Indians, and: May 23,. 1C3 J. 3U tfv I he, -shall- notify- the.. .!JCrso11'or persons'occu
Council of Territory, imposing] a4ieavy I about 30 Indian wonlen' With fa'orJ.GO to f i1ting the enclosure, or latiing the contrul
tax' upontho Spaniards: engaged in 100 children. They live palmctia huM, IT. S. QUARTRIl JIAS'l'J'U'SOF.FIC : of the ztnie; to remove J"he said filth immediately -

:.iishing.within this collection district, tho' dud jn the most simple manner,their chief ," I and upon failure of the person r.-
'ultimate object of ,which is to drivo them articles of food being the fish they catch. NORTIIF.ASTcornerorf': A. Browne's fares sid to remove said filth, it si:all be tliu,

-from,our shores, I would 'beg leave-to call They salt and send, to Havana (each establishment duty of the Marshal to have tho same removed -
small schooner for the ]Key \Vcst, Feb. ,1032., 23 ffHENRY at tin of the
,your,Attention to th'i hin copy of n letter having a cost person liable to
written by.me to the honorable Secieta- purpose| ) from 6 to 0,000 quirit.'h! ] annually, J"cmotho same, and e\eiy person failingor :

: '1y of the Treasury, in December last, on tho usual price being from 3 to 4 dollars BIk icfusin to icrnovciny? dirt or filth,.when

tho subject; and would also stato, for your per quintal. Charlotte' harbor being with.in U. required by Uic City !Marshall; shall, in addition
information following facts: this district, their vessels regularly enter GODDAJU & H0. informs .to the costs or removing tho same,

.. 1. 'fhl1 the inhabitants of tho and clear at this port, JKJJ ing their tonnage and tho public generally be subject to a firfe of JiV'o I dulldl-:;and co ts.;
four' Spanish settlements duty, and the duties on the supplies they that during the summer months they can' Sec. 3. He it further Ordained, That

have' paid for duties accru* may bring'from Havana. The salt,. with be supplied with first and second quality when any privy which may bo erected upon
,i which their fish i is also PILOT lot within the limits of
.rr gdrt their stores imported they euro : regularly, & NAVY DREAD any the City, and
durirtg Hie1 '182930, imported. Key West, !May 23, 1832. 23 tf shall, from its situation, or the manner iit,
'" years' ,. I conceive important tint the fisheriesof which the same is kept, become general1nfitnshe !
Dnll 3.; { ; III,491 40 ,
the United'States alto'ild; ) Do preservedfor it shall be deemed a nuisance,
I. That, besides several 1 cargoes its own citizens but iii this Bot.rtliag. and the
; ; iiistarice, owner, or occupant of the l lot, or
of fait purchased: of, .4 there is no intrusion upon, tho established the person having the control thereof, shall
our.merchants,(2,000 bushels fishing ground of any American. There remove- the same Jo such place in the said

have been contracted for is no Settlement ncarcrthah the cantonment i. jrcmisesas the Mayor of the Corporation><

since ',1st of January last,) at Tampa: bay, which is to mites distant, mid two other members nay deem most

the duties upon what tlieyimported1 and the inhabitants have uniformly' a know nO'V-ARD. Jun. has removed proper, and upon the refusal \> failure of
\ directly for their. ; lodged themselves as amenable to the laws from Calle do los Officios to No. J. such peison to renio\etho.sam'e It shall IKJ

own uso during"those three of the Territory. That they have among Calle Obripia. lawful fur the( City Marshal( l; to remove the

'+ years, amounted. to 1,297 70, them many Florida Indians, and that their Havana, Jan. 1,. 1832. 19 tf. same at ,the, expense of the party refusing

3, That their .vessel engaged settlements may dray others beyond tho LAWS OF THBTimiUTOllY' FLOi i and the person so refusing shall be fined the
,:jn.t transporting'their fish to Indian boundary, is the onlf thing at present : sum of Five Hollars.
Havana have paid for ton- materially against them. IUI)A1. Sec. 4, Co it further ordained, That any

jingo: ; and. light money in I have thought if my duty fa make this An Act to provide for t lie coucctibVi 'of liersdn subject lo this Ordinance5and failing -

that time, 1,98 43 .representation, understanding it.is probable Jbagnients ftgainst free negroes-and other to comply with tho same, or refusingto

-- application will bo made to have them dispossessed persons,, l ilierctH ntirncd.Be '|pay any costs or fines in consequence
flaking an aggregate paid: into of tho privileges\ |hey now enjoy, U enacted by the Gbvcrfibr'and Legislative thereof, execution may be issued "rtgains!
the( Treasury; of the United lf. in order that the Government might bo a- That Council of tho Territory of Florida thorn by ire Mayor :as in case judgments-
States in thrco of 16'sro..of the condition of the any person shall have'ob Passed 28
Y03'J S.4,71'1 53 people. tained a judgment: against free April, 1832.
J hare tLe honor to be sir any negro O. CHARA
Mt -- v freo'mulatto, Indians excepted, residing Mayor.X :
Their exports, during the year! 1831, Very respectfully, within the limits of ibis Territory it shall AL .\:<\DIn PA 1 $ Cirri
were valued at g J8,900"Dn consisted l of Your o1't ser "!, be lawful for any justic'o of the peace, or ,I ,
dried fish.and, fish roes, fish ,oils l and articlesof W, A. WHTEHEAD, for the clerk of any court of record in which ORDINANCE-No. 2. "
American manufacture.For .Collector. such judgment may be obtained to issue a To regulate Streets, and remove obstructions
Hon. Lewis 1\1'1.Af2, capias ad respondendam against the defen- from the same. .
some years past about $0 vessels, of .the Treasury. dant or defendants, to said judgment, for Sec. J. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
owned in Connecticut, have been employed Secretary,M the condemnation with in said judgment: Aldermen of the City of Key Westjln ("ou"-
in fishing in this vicinity for' the Havana i : adjudged taxed. together all costs thereon cil as cmbled-,and it is i: hcrtiby ordained by

market, and have taken hone annually as }bit TUB xtt wevr "QAZSTTK: the authority aforesaid; That 110' 'bou e,
the proceeds of tho sales made of their fishin Sec. 2, Be it further enacted, flat it
building enclosure
DIED4 shall be or shall remain or encroach -
lawful virtue
that'port, from 20 to $25.000., These On the 2ht inst. in the 35th. year of far as aforesaid by, for the of officer any execution executing issued upon any Sttect, and every finch obstruction -

'vessels only take lire .tishlu, market, and, age, 1\In. PRISCILLA FATTSfcSON, the said execution, and such officer is here- shall lie deemed a nuisance.Sec. .
"tbererore'theSpmi3.ratJ, who carry salted rife of Alexander Patterson, Esq. Mn. 'b, required, to levy upon, seize and take 2. Be it further ordained. Tl al
fish, do not interfere with their sales, arid Patterson was a native of Killingworth HIQ botjy of each defendant, against whom when any Street or Square in the Civ: ,shall
--ate Spanish establishments in a different( Conn ctieut, and carne to thjs place id thaA Ctttb: execuiiori may iiaro issued, and sucJi bp olKtructod nforrs;'id, nn'] "r.mpJuntofw


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sun.shall he made to the Mayorand tvilhoutlrstohtainn' ail i alter t> !ifyyjie,aforesaid: limits.' pf! rl Le i ins and license'' to such effect for tine'iirulet lime t1hard'b; 4rgpt'said
Aldermen i it shall be.lbeduly ofsaid boardto : be liable to perform thesamC'quricarrttnea 'C'lC'mtl1t'cr, rOm paYing pHotacel F;" "\ .' i Near city, !(z1Clerk; rl' authorised' and rc-

appoint fit and ioper persons 'lo examine maybe imposedu"rxm. tho vessels and'carlt Sw. '7?. 'Bolt further b'rtfu'ineuThnt all I ft*ftfedlo hide ttioiamo nadir the condition!
anti report to them, if llie Said obstruction t,,)()c., '<* -'.' "I T1f. *,,,8lti> Pilot tvhdsrittlhtiw( ig a'f esc) info IMs Porlfwl aftrf p7tei4ioos fceWAftrteraol.forlb.

ought to be removed, and if the' retnova I Sec '*3*,"", Be it rnrther fcct; < .ordained! That this: *' be cMiflerf to-crfftyher ofjttrtltss hocommartdcf See! '2V Be1 'U.tQ'tt' Offer ordained, Hint

of the snme19 recommended 'by .said: Ordinance shall.remain in full force, until can, slice go 6t!, ana Sufnc'ClU previous to tfce-issnfog any such, liccnAnn
tho shall order the same ttfbe cause to the + vessel arrivingat it bcrcin'"CfntefnrlAfcd wddfrecledj the
person Mayor : ; .exptei sly repealed by, thti Board. contrary. Pilot ,
icmo-cd by Urn_owner or occnpffnt' of Passed_ April, 1832. I this Port without a tiid1111"o lib party applying: foiMiffMme-ihyH pay or
the laM G'ferfc for the
said I bnlding,./.nnd'n., copy of such 'order O. OIlARA, Mayor.AIXXANDKK city to depart without a Pilot, unless thdCnpt.in ttio cause of to the bQ said; paid city unto ihosiirnoMAmJfoifaforintfj -

shall..R.Q.jJY the City Marshal pervcd upon i PATTERSON, Clerk. should wish ono. to c9 it: Ten Dollar for every HJllfardTnblrf
ofsuch building.! I l' Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That '
the owner or occupant /far the retailing/ of dry goods or Ittd-
;tfSScc. 3., Be it further! ordained That: if ORDNANCINo.. C. each and every ,Pilot wishing to obtain a ceries Ten Jollars-nnd if boll, Fifteen

,')the owner or occupier, of .the said building I Branch, shall make application to the MaY' Dollars; (orll'lIinggootJs by auction, ori'thn
. ,'. ,., shall fail or.refuse to remove Ilid sam'c after An Ordinance to prevent Itle'I1llootiD of of find Aldermen. and before he obtain gross amount df *ales one quarter} of ono
Fire-Arms &c. within the limits of the
y ,tlio,service notice as ufores u(1-i it shall City of Key, W cst. such, lie, the said:applicant, shall undergoart per centum' ; nnd crich and every commissiontnetchant .
and lie is examination before Com- shall pay (the sum of fifteen Dollars
lg the duty of tho City Marshal'* a competent
Sec. 1. Be it ordained the
authorized, to have the said house by Mayor tnittco to be constituted by the Board, to per nhhftfa.
hereby nuisance removed from anti Aldermen of the "Cily-of Key West; examine such tPplieantand if he bo found Sec. 3. 1111 It futll.l. ordained. that any
building, or any in Council assembled, and it is hereby ordained and every person keeping 6pcn any Ulliani
. tho, Street or Square, and tho expense( nf r.o'nipclrnit8haM) be the duly of tho Clerk
by the authority aforesaid That it room, or retailing tiny dry goods or Itrn..criet -
tho shall be paid by the 'to grant h Branch! to such applicant! and said either"
removing samo, shall not l he lawful for within selling any Roods/ in city,
person owning occupying such, building any which person tho said Bran6h shall bt signed by the Mayor by auction or as commission merchant without :
the limits of 'the City limits shall
and for the amount thereof, exeution may ( for \\ffJch the Applicant shall pay to Clio having lint obtained a license for such
he construed as extending as far rs Eliza: shall tcand ho is made Ma-
Dollar ahd Dollar hereby
issue as in caso of judgments. Corporation, T've ?} one purpose,
''Passcd20 April 1832. bt tit street,) to fire bfT or discharge any firearms to the Clerk : it shall be requited of each Mo to forfeit and pay for every snch act, and
O. O'HARA Mayor. I of any description whatever, of to dis- and Pilot before ho receives his or for every repetition of the same, the sum of
I other he sued for and recovered
trackers fire works Dollars to
charge any or Fifty ,
in tho
PATTERSON Clerk. their Blanch) \o good security
ALEXANDER {: before the
whatever? and any person violating the for the faithful with costs of suit Mayor My-
Thousand Dollars

of One ,
sum or tern of said city-one half to the
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined pro
No. 3. pqiforrnanccof his or their duly as the
ORDINANCE- rive Dollars for each dfid offence use of the informer or informers remaining -
To prevent the running at large of Swine or every Branch Pilot. half: to the me of saul city.
nnd failure the shall be
Goats within the Corporation limits of upon pay same, Sec* 0. Bo it Author ordained,, That if Hcc. 4i He it further ordained, That nothing
Key: West. i, impilsoncd riot exceeding ten days. any Pih.t shall bring in or carry out of in this net contained hall be so COn-
Bo it ordained by .the Mayor and Alder Sed 2. Be it further ordained, That if this!' Port ahy vessel vessels, for a less structed as to license the keeping open of

men of the City of Key West, in Council any free negro; or-mufaftoi shall fire off or :'tin, (than he I IS lawfully entitled to, to theprejudice any billiard room after eleven o clock on

assembled, nnd it is hereby ordained ,by discharge any fire arm" or discharge any of tiny other Pilot, ho. or they, on Saturday evenings, or at any time during
the of he same That after the crackers, or any other fire-works whateuT, the Sabbath.Sec. '
authority conviction llk-roof, shall forfeit and puy to
this offending 6. lie it further ordained, That nil
"Bossing of this I ordinance Swine found contrary to ordinancejheorthcy so thcCurpbiation, Twenty Dollars, <>\crnnd
offence licenses issued as aforesaid shall immediately
for the first shall) be fined l
running at large in any of tho streets, or above what the pilotnge shall amount to, take effect, and he in force for tho
within the corporation limits of Key West, Five Dollars; rind upon fiiilurcortcfiisaltti and nil controversy itt relation to any (part of space of one year from the first of Juno

.shall bo taken into the possession of the Ci- pay the same, he or they shajl receive twenty .this!: Ordinance, hall be decided by the next and that; for every [such license so is-

ty Marshal and the owner or owners thereof lashes; and for thr second: offence he .Major, subject, however, to an appeal to sued lift said Clerk shall receive the sum

shall pay to the Treasurer of he' corporation or they shall receive thirty-nine Jashtr*, and the Board of' Aldermen.Sec. of Two Dollars for his own use.

the sum of Ono Dollar, for each) and the same for each offence thereafter. 10. Bo it, further ordained, That Sec. 0. He it further'ordained, That from
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That nnd after the said first day of Juno next nil
found any
swine running
c\'eryhog, sow or so any person subject to this:: Ordinance and free and mulattoes, whatever sex,
of violationof negroes
at large, belonging to him,her, or them, and )person giving I'failing to comply With the same, or refusing shall pay or cause to be paid unto the. City
this ordinance shall be entitled to one
on their failing so to do.on notification, the to pay irtiy costs or fines in consequence Marshal, the sum of One Dollar per head
Marshal is hereby directed to cause tlie said the monies collected of the person so-. offen, theinof execution may be issued against per annum for every such free negro'or mu-

gliog, sow or swine, to be sold at public outcry ding. them by the Mayor, as in case of a judgment. latto of the age of fifteen years or over; and
: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting Passed 28th Api I II!, 1C02 ] for every such negro or mulatto under fifteen

the incurred by him, and O. O'HAKA, Mayor. Passed I years of age and over ten years, tire
expenses 30th
April; 1832, snm of Fifty ("cut'rcr annum-tho to\to\u\
the above head ho will Alexander Patterson, Cr7'. '
specified sum per ; 0. O'HAHA '
Maydr.Al.EXANDLR to lifl rto eYc'l to tile use void city-for,
pay over to the owner or owners thereof. ORDINANC1-ro.- PATfRilSoX, Clerk': which the afd Marshal than;; pvc to all Mil.I*
Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained, That all 7.
and Sufficient
floats caught running at t largo within tho To regulate the Pilotage for the Port of ORIINANCE---No. n. ,? rtfceirft nftfrwcs, tthtch mrrlattocs shill' operate a good as a license for

limits; of the City, without being hobbled Key4West. Concerning Dogs. ohe tear from the first day of Juno next;

so as ,to prevent their jumping, from and Bo it ordained by the Mayor and Aldftrtm-n Whereas, the great number of Dogs'al pre and default of such negroes of mulattoes

after the second day of May, shall i h,,) shot of the City of Key Wi-stin Council assembled sent running at largo in the City of Key br Any one of them failing to Comply with

by the Cjty Marshal, or any person author and it is therefore ordained) by West, without any ostensible otvhcr i is the provisions of the first clause of this sec- '
tion the Marshal of said after
ized by him.Passed the authority aforesaid; That all Vessels an evil arixl nuisance!: JVlt. sensibly by nil five ,days notice thereof, shall city,attach the giving bodies -

28 April, 1032. ,>f War shall be subject to the followingrates classes' of the community, and calculated of such negroes or mulattocs, and advertise .

O. O'HARA, Mayor.' of pilotage: to arouse tticl'ucliest apprehensions from and sell tirtrrn Cju'grocs or mulat-
ALEXA\D1R P.TTERSOClcrl.'. Sec. 1. All Vessels of War per'foot. th" consiilciaiion of the approaching tocs for such a period nnd iinNMQLtin amountas

drawing and not more. than, 14 \vlrm season will pay and satisfy the .taxcsiicWliy, imposed

ORDINANCE-Xo. 4. feet, : ':' : $2 00 Sec. 1. Be it therefore ordained by upon them, together with the reasonable -
To Tax Pedlars'and Transient Traders. costs of such attachment and for so
Drawing 14 and not more than the Mayor and board of Aldermen, of said
Sec. 1. Be it ordained, by the Mayorand doing, hd shall in every such cage roceivu
18 feel, : : : 22t C 4ty of Key West, That from and after the over and abUvo for M" own services rroan.Ur.ll
Aldermen of the West in Council
City oflvey Drawing 10 and nut U'l ci 21 foe,' .2 : i'mIJ.Jnst.tlll.l.tnvncr_ hf every .
muhtto the Two
fttiegrb or sum of
l ordained JO'I and
assembled and it is hereby by Over 21 feet, : : 3 -witunhe) precincts of said City belonging Dollars, to be talced in hi* bill of costs.

the authority nrOlC aid, That any person Sec. 2. All Merchant Ves. per foot. to a citizen (hereof, shall be taxed Sec: 1. Be it further ordained 't'hat'evo-

coming within the limits of tho City of sels drawing 5 and not over 12 for this same and every ono of the fy Lich free negro or mulatto so advertisedand

Key West, and not being a resident of dice feet, shall pay : : gl 60 nt the rate of One Dollar for every male Ibid, shall! for the limb being; bo considered .

Island and having Store therein, who shall All above 12 and not over 16 feet,. 2 00 and Three Dollars for every female, to be the property of the purchaser.Sec. .

sell or dispose of any goods, wares or mer- All over 1C and not above 18 feet, 2 2&, applied to.tjie use of said City of Key West. b. He it further ordained, That tho

chandize, exceptive stock and poultry, All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 :Sec. 2. De it fun her ordained, That on o\Yhcr. or owners ofr agent bf every slave
shall, on or,before (he said first of Jnh
within the limits of the City aforesaid,shall, day
Sec. 3. Vessels failure of compliance with the of
arriving or depart provision next, pay to Iho laid Marshal for crcry such!
,before he proceeds to vend or dispose.ofthe the North West Passage the section within nine from
ing through days slave over the age of fifteen years and under
same, pay to tire Treasurer of the City, and drawing 4 feet or up- the passage of this act* the master or owtidr fifty, twenty-five cents-trf be: applied' to

Ten Dollar, and obtain from Iho'CJerk of wards, except such as are hereinafter 'of such Dog,81&allllO liable to & fine of Ten ahd for the use of said city-for which' the

the City, a License specifying: tho"object mentioned, shall pay 2 00 Dollars, one-half to the use of said City said Marshal is hereby rcqriirodjand: dirt' ted -

for which the same is grantee All vessels bound through the ,North, West of Key West the other half to the use of to give a sufficient receipt, which said rooceipt

Sec. 2. Bo it' further ordained, That any Pans i and touching at Key West for the (lug informer orinformcrsto be recovered bo Shall, operate as a license1 fur tho period
person; coming Info the lirthsof, Key of letters the said! of of one year from the first of Juno next,
purpose landing passengers, or Mayor or Mayor pro. tem.
for the
keeping of such slave bf slaves, and
1lVes who be to this Ordinance
may obtaining supplies of prOisionlf004: or said City, and such Dog or Dogs, shall ho in case thte said owner or owners, or agentsof
and fail with the first
: shall to comply water, shall depart without being subject to liable moreover to be done away with by tho siich slave or slaves shall refuse or'n'R'
section hereof, be fined Twenty Dollars the above ordinance, unless the Master of Marshal, ) of raid City, and rot every such lect ttt comply with the provisions of this

tn bo recovered before the Mayor. the raid vessel shall request a Pilot In taku Dog killed or done away with, he shall receive scctlbfi; the said Mdrfthall ihall proceed in

Sec. 3. Be it further ordained That a- charge of such vessel and take her,out over Fifty Cents, the mariner directed in the foregoing seciio'ri -

:person who! ,may have his goods, waresor the Bar; for which services he shall receive Sec. 3. ,Be it further ortlaifltid; That all ; and all the provisions said foregoing

merchandize sold or disposed of by anyperson the, usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots\ de licenses! such as arc contemplated in tho section are hereby 'declared, and they
hall be in full force and
established and HtsinCS5! operation
Commission Merchant. doing in the of hs Key a tamed| on board of any vessel by the request 'fourth! section of this Ordinance, shall be such slaves; and all such remedies as regards as are
City of'her commander, shall receive for Jg/lIed by the Clerk of tho Corporation of provided in said section dforesaid shall and
Vest shall from tho ,
.. Ordinance.exempt provisions each and every day's:: services Thrpe Dollars said City,and that for each of said Licenses mar be pursued toward siicU slaves.

of this per day, over and above his pilotage. ho shall charge and receive ho Burn of Fifty Hcc. 9. Be it further odalhcd.: That a tax
Passed 28 April 1832. Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels Cents from tho owficr of such Dog or of one half of one per cehlum be, and the

", O. O'HARA Mayor.ALEXANDER shall not )110 subject to this ordinance.Sec. Dogs, to bo collected before said Mayor or same Is I hereby laid on bill improved real. es-
PATTERSON, Clerk. tate ih said city; and obi half of .
Mayor tern for the use of said Clerk. one pir."aW
4. Be it furtherorduined, That' any pro all '
vessel having passed the Buoy on the Bar Sec.: 4. Be it further ordained, That a- on '' !'n'hlIW7Jc'd real estate! in
Iu city- said
ORDINANCE. C.X'or unimproved Veal
preventing the introduction of Cholera of the North West Passage, l before having ny License may he issqed for the keepingof estate shall! hoi bV valued it moro than

into the City of Key West. been boarded by a Pilot, .shall not be obli- Dogs, in compliance with the provisionof Wenty-flve) Dolla .' pel- acrc. which hid

Whereas, a certain disease known by the ged to take the same; but in case a Pit t this Ordinance, by tho Clerk. valfie, as ivel bf Itirlptaved! all ,of UMJWpro.vcd .

name of Indian Cholera, at present prevailing goes on )board by the request qf her Captain Sec. G. Bo it further ordained, That if real estate,aha);" {fc'q estimated anti as.

in the Northern parts of Europe, then he shall receive the usual pilot any master or owner whatsoever not lending sesscd on oath bj two disinterested, persons
in said City! of any Dog or Dogs, shall appointed by Vnls L'QSec '
of the most fatal character, and as such age tier
ne it
after notice from member furS ordalde, That all
receiving any or
disease may be introduced into our own Sec. C. Boil further orda,1noo.tthat all provided :
; forby (
officer of this TO the ort section
t sttt, by vessels trading with that quar- vessels bound into the Port of Key West, Corporation, permit such Donor shall,after gwng.twenty day notice o.lhg' to that

jter of the Globe, and spoken l-r a IJlotoc.a Chica bear Dogs to go at large in said City, ho or effect Jpthe owner,,or owner, or agent of
the shall be liable all the
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by ing North, or North,Westerly, shall pay full to provisions and sucheitaebQ, sued for by th* said,!Manbft
the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of pilotage at the same rates as though she penalties prescribed in the second section before the s td Mayor or Mayor pro (cun.

Key West, That all vessels arriving from liad"been brought in over the main Ship of'thia Ordinance. by.proper action, together with the costs for
Passed li iifcb
51 serving notice.
ports or places where] ho said disease exists, Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not May, 1832. .

shall l he taken by the Pilots of the Port having been spoken by a Pilot beforo passing O. O'IARA,1lfayor. Hoc. i |. Be it 'further ordained, That

without their going on board, to the Quarantine the above named limit% and being 3 ALEXANDER, PATTERSON' Clerk. "firth mating assessor and assessing II'a!,, for their' service foes.

Ground, northward I and westwardof miles from the Light House on KeyWest, 1 ORDINANCE- the{ sum of Ten Dollars out aforesaid of receive ,

Fleming1 Key, there lo remain under shall only l be subject to pay half pilotage; Art -No. O. in the Treasury of said city not any otherwise money
the direction of the Mayor of the City,and but if not spoken until after passing the ordinance to raise a revenue in and fur appropriated.
jrcalth Ofllcerof Port. aforesaid limits, in tint case she shall be City of Key Wdt.reC. Bee.: 11. He it further
I. D$.lt ordained b the ordained. That
j and
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That exempted paying any pilotage. Board of Aldermen Of the City of Hp where any owner owner.,or agent of >any;
while it; shall bo thought necessary by the Sec. C. Be it further ordained; That all 'Ve.tl.1'b' from and alter the first d > 0V v Improved or unimproved ml estate, "lad

said Health Officer, that such vessel or ves vessel arriving through the West Pau, and June next, it ihall and may be lrtvWl; for hall on oath, before tbb Mayor and, Alder

sets shall perform quarantine,no intercourse the East end of the Dry Rock, lo the Westward ant and every person, being raven an- inen, say ed' hat his estate has beea t o highly
whatever shall be held with the City or Island of Sand Key,bearing south-west,shall habitant of Hey West afoYasald: to 0'' and awe it hall! be the duty ot(; said Mayor
keep Aldermen
of Key West, but by permission and pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until open In laid city any bill Ord roo'or rvoass, to proceed forthwith or a qumuwQf<< tlo Hoard,

under the direction of the Mayor and (tasking the aforesaid' limits; and being sell to retail goads dry on goods p'"t' groceries. or to1bo which assessment shall lo.iasseu be,final.sitcfr c {,'.te.

Health Officer, and all persona who shall three miles from Key West Light, only I half a' b; U'a O.vernor cePimiuion. or when appotlttwitJ.s Pa..ef'J Ztf 1032. '

fold intercourse with sucli refsel or vessels,... pilotage shall Le recovered] bat if pokeD w'"e limits/ of said or' Florida city, UPOfrec try auchoti iv.. Alexander Patterson O, O'lMIlA, Clerk."IC Mayor..


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... "I' I.. ..."". ,; \ t,'! :'IM'r.A \ ," ( '; ,4. j.1 \": ?: t ?: ,1 f. .. ',,; JJ; "- "_ Ii' rU'l'Y GAZETTE, ,-;, subscriptionpn }.rfmil the} money nt ih}
; "s-p''rt 'P,1 tn51'lrr f''ffl.' aY S'hr 1+1rro' 'lidabtM,4ian, J.'i: artatu o c lng ;'jF-';' u.nJ.l AUvEfTISIit. iTsk of the Publisher' at tlo'timo of ordering
O"'T" '-'. 'a! ""'i rtramptad by Those a 10m we have Confederated so DAILY ; Literature I the paper. It is expected that tluvwill .
Journa"t"tfommerccf cience,
AND TREE TRADE At home. Hence is is vitally tm A .. retain in their hands 10
STA.TI5 i be sustainct and tho''tTh.nx : -. "'::11. per cent t,(

; EVENING ,QS'1'. which portant alone,that can the compel power asttictcoustnictioi should MMM3 &, DCnVKAr the amount received, as a remuneration fortficuflrbuble.

f 11HE establishment, inChultstonot.n'additional of the Charter. That power resides wit! TilE CITY GAZETTE, is one of the .
JL Newspaper devoted'to tho each State Sov reignt1. It is the Stat oldest existing Journal in the U. States. fj rEditors of papers with whom \\'('IX-

support of their principles, has been
expedient. by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation of Federal agents.! The existence exceptions, have always been Americasand insertion, and tho.... fa\-ofwill,. ..., be rcciprocr.ted. .
In from neglect -
TRADE riRTV. \ ;
FREE pursuance of this right .as the conservative I popular. Of late years, '
of this dcterimaxtion, TUB EVENINGPOST principle of our Constitution is no hew doctrine I more than any other cause,its influence and : ; 'T"O'j'-f;!f>_,
commenced as a Daily Evening : declined. Within the Jan. 1st, 1C32.;; ,, ,
wilt be
; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, patronage had visibly -. ""'
Journal, BO soon as Iho requisite office and was asserted by its founders and con : last year however the present proprietorshaving ,, r The folintvinnrticleorignally i _
arrangements can be completed. expositors. This principle ii : entered upon a course of policy,, apjicatcU
The political tenets to which the Evening the temporary charactcmtid feature proudly distinguishing more consistent with tho politics of thc in thin paperVe republish it on account

Post frill bo devoted, are so /arniliar ours from other Republics not Federal South, and having made numerous addition of having lately seen u,copy of it in n IJOE-

to this community{ have been so long the in their elements. In the latter, a to the mechanical improvements of then ton pal'ICrvilh many errors and inaccuracies -

prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is, in fact,by a symbol of pub establishment by fitting it out fn a new anshandsome in Itt id latitude, longitude,and hearing

pess-and have been so tint and mum lic opinion, is construed by and varies will type, and on a larger sheet and of some of tho Light Houses. It is evident
phantly vindicated by the minds in our the changing wilt of a majority ; while in better description of paper than heretofore]: if this erroneous statement Ire followed *
State, and in the Federal councils that it our Republic a guardian power preserves i! lay claim to, and have been favored with s a it will materially mislead the Mariner
to promulgate more increase of patronage ,
it deemed unnecessary rule of action. and proportional
as a permanent large
which isofler- aid and so far from being al guide to warn him..
than the following exposition, The formal recognition of such a righl including new subscriptions genes
cd in lieu of a more detailed political creed. on tho face of the Charter would Lave beer ral advertising.. Within the last year, their{ from danger, will subject him to the %ery
Free Trade will be advocated as the die superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession [ difliculties ngninst which onr publication:

tate'of.an enlightened policy-as a privilege from the formation of a compact be of more than Three Hundred Citi wa* intended to guard We advise Editors :

of the people,which impartial justice tween independent soveteigns having uc zees' to which new names are with little td publish the following, which may I Lt
requires from the rulers of every countryand common umpire. Asa feature of our political exception, almost daily added. The pro relied on apaccnrate:

as a right,which,in ours,is guaranteedby system, it is course a politiealDotn prietors.in order the better to merit that onCburagement "For limo information of Mariners '
the Constitution. The Trainers of that I revolutionary right. Formed for the protec of which, it is equally thcii; gene*
venerated instrument withheld from the tion of a minority from the usurpations oC pride and pleasure,to acknowledge! so much rally, we have procured from time Collrctoiol
"Federal agents the power to protect mania- I the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and the Port, the,followmg schedule the
facUtrcs by restrictive duties ; it has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in connection situation of the- Light Houses along thc! '

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through thosubserviency of those authorities with their office of business, a spaciousReading Florida shore, under his superintendence-{ :
power, and its exercise, involving sectional the Constitution itself needed protection.. Room, in which, the chief Public Cape Florida Tht.-Sationary. Si-

oppression for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely wae not Journals find their way and Are carefullyfiled ] trusted on the south point of Key Bircnyiif'
necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation the parties against whom in Union.- ,
Jias, placed in either of from all the SLates our the
from beach
which endangers the permanency shield. The facilities with about 400 yards Tl.c
it was provided as a Supreme Tiiis room is free with all its
of the Union. It is impossible that the injured Court being one of the Federal agents was out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette Light may be considered 10 feet above the

parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly not, therefore,' entrusted wit its political A regular weekly Prices Current, ID letter level 01( the sea, distant from the .Gulf
: unjust and unequal in its operation guardianship. Nor could he engine!: of the form and upon a fine paper smtabrc: Stream about f miles. Vessels drawing

Without first proving, which is impossible,, majority-the ballot box-have been con or correspondence, carefully collected"', 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the benefits the protection arc equally sidered as the safeguard. The sectional with the most correct estimate of ho true of the Light. Iat. 517 N.-Long.CO .
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross' minority can exert no influence on the representation condition of the markets and put! upon the ;12 W.Light .
absurdity to contend that the burden! of of a sectional majority. Tho most advantageous terms to all that corns
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then,, I responsibility of representatives but secures under this class,is also issued from the office Ship Florida, is situated on CV
consumption exclusively, as constitu ryforcfs Reef, near the site of the old onr,
it be a tax on their fidelity to their respective cf the proprietors. Their Ueading Room
,...its defenders vainly argue, Its operation is ents, and the representatives of a minoritJ where the earliest information may bo had, in IAI. 25 08 N.-Long. CO 27 W. It
yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no can effect nothing against the antagonistinlerest b free alike patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct

free people to submit' to its' unauthorisedexactions. which the representatives of a may and masters of vessels trading to this, Lights arc shown, which can,generally her
-' 1\fuch'lc is it to be toleratc'dtbeD ,, bc compelled b-y their constituents To these they make
jority may port. improvements seen"at time distance of 12 mile. Its object -
, \ it i. evident that woo arc not only arbitrarily Lo en.nco in titter ttisregard of tllCCI.artcr. daily addiliens, affording facilities to the is to vessels from tho
the worn dangerous
hut that
taxed as consumers, Tb.c principle,. therefore, is de-I man.of' leuiira acdr b.usiuss, alike hitherto, I t
inevitable result of the protective system is solating-that the Constitution,, is at the discretion unknowns BIMMSfc 'DIJ UYEI\. rocks and shoals near which it is placed.
trio ultimate ruin of the Southern producer of a majority, and must bo quietly' Nol Broad 'street, Charleston. Key West Light,stands on the S. West

,-in the prostration of our agricultural into- surrendered to their wisdom and .11stice.- fj r Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is in

*, Besides except in tho Parliamentary transactions F Lat. 21 25 N.-lLong. 004 W,; erect
TCst.There is no solidity in the objection to of the two homes of Congress-BUT!) 'Tlli WEEKLY .tlORNING COUKIKR cd for the purpose: of guiding vesselslieti

our resistance, that: others arc blindly ,subfnitting frame( government no where recognizesthe ,AND N. YORK ENQIREJt. entering Iho hnibotir; the directions' for
to the evils, which are overwhelming that the will of
consolidating a majority
them in common with ourselves.. which; arc as follows: Bring the Light to
This delinquency u not our justification. Ifvo shall govern. The President may be On Saturday, the 28th Jan. inst., t-hc bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to
elected b> a minority the people ) a majority
are awake to tho dangers and degradation of Senators representing States, the Proprietors of the Morning Courier & NYfrk bear NV.S.W. earl you cross the Rrrf in

of our situation, it behoves us to leaveno aggregate of whose population arc a mino- Enquirer, intend I publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West

effort untried until we shall have repelled rity of the-whole people, may reject a measure i largest folio sheet ever issued, a Weekly ; Light until within two miles, then' steer

the invasion of our liberties. The Evening of unanimously passed by the representative I Newspaper contain all that appears during N.W.. until you op.eit} Flecming's' l\c-

Post will, therefore mu, .exhort t prominent to resistance enormity of'the people in the other House-and :I tile week in their daily I paper. Jt will which i3 a Mangrove Island in the Northern.
tile Tariff, as the I in tho other
nl that ">,,,.,rican System,"which has been vice versa, a bare majority 1 be published on fine paper, with new type;; part of the harbor, and then run fir it
House reject a measure passed by the
built erp'on the ruins of tho.Free System unanimous may voico of the Representatives of:! and to place it within the reach of all clas' The best anchorage is in time upper pn-rt of-!

bequeathed us by our fathers and which, if the Slates in the Senate-Tho Presidenta ses of tlic community, it will be nU'micd the liaibour. Height of the l.ighlHIIIIS!!

established as the settled policy of the country single individual, 'may put his veto on the to subscribers at the reduced price of three Horn the level of the sea, C3 feet C inches.
must, in the end, cither sever tho bond deliberate of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad'vancc. Light stationary. .
of Union,or melt down and consolidate the of the Court, holding office, .
Sand Key ; i once
State Sovcicignties into one limitless, irresponsible but of tHe other ViTloxolvinif
not br oJ..tlon tiy appointment may In consequence Daily Papers
despotism.' The Evening Post 54 seconds It is the best Light on "tluj-:
set aside the concurrent enactments of board
in not to
NewYorkj-determining :
will oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House, Senate, and President The power receive their cont;-S\Y.: by S;. i n 1-2 miles from Key
as an engine: of favoritism, to protect the Constitution could not vessels and news on Sunday, West .ight-situaC'c\ directly on the: Reel: :
nj a source of sectional robbery, as creating have been rationally intrusted Ui the very the Publishers of the Courier & Enquirerhave The Light 70 feet above the sea.

a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars Tarluga.i Lig/ify Stationary,-on one
taxation-it will oppose the rechartering was apprehended. It would have been indeed in a separate news cetablUhmcnt, consisting tin
of the Dry Tort Islands', near western I.
of the United States Dank, as manifestly committing the }keys of thcjhouso to of one Schooner of ninety tons,, ugas
the extremity of th unconstitutional and as prolonging existence -
the safe-keeping of those,distrust of whom one of sxty tons, and the necessary tow -
of a dangerous power; and it will suggested the propriety of l lacks. '! hero,, boats. This establishment in supported, at l.ong,33 10 W..
the projected disposition of the Surplus
oppose er was wisely left with the several. State
annual of Kino Thousand dollars
Revenue scheme of barefaced, an expense .
as a Sovereinties-arid thus pot only wae-there
wholesale bribery, whichlt adopted, will provided a dcfoito into of action for the and vessel from Europe arc boarded KcyWc st

give to oppression a duration co-cxistant Federal Government,but a pow-crto render at sea And their news disseminated throughthe

with that of our government. I' inoperative,-that is to nullify.their unautho country with great dispatch, long before SEGAR MANUFACTORY
A zealous and judicious attachment to the rised and irregular action. they reach the hnrlwinv ,
Union, prescribes the present as the proper of views In Its tho Courier this op-
So far as a congeniality may exist politics, Enquirer is WTTf WAIJT4taJes
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising in relation to these principles,.the Eve- is purely Democratic--adhering to the principles of informing -
stand for the Constitution,before the Public that he has establishedA !
ning Post is pledged!; to the State--Bights: and of the ,
Repubhcan ,
the jarring interests of different sections and Free Trade Party;" and as the support usages SKUAU f.\' r.JI'.ACTonnt Key West..
and the re-election. of General
are organised agVmst eacb other in irrecon- of measures to be efficient, must include advocating lie imports for this purpose, the rcry best
blinded their Jackson to the Presidency. its columns
cilable conflict-before, by the support of men. its humble aid will be Tvbtvicn from Harana. '
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed to extend the are alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
personal Sears of
of the best and
shall regard as undoubted right their undue influence and promote tho political advancement Intelligence; 'Morals; Literature ,and the quality, every
be bed athfsestablishment
advantages-before they shall resolve to : of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, nowover, it docs description may
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle the which is identified -OAll':: orders in trio above line will
themselves to good cause, not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots i-
that "public opinion, or tho will of a with the value of tho Union and the but the inculcated those meet tho earliest attention.May .
majority, is a power-above the Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its contrary, 23, 1832. 30 tP.(
-nnd before the victim sovereignties in minority warm co-operation with these will be em- principles of morality and'religion only,

goaded beyond endurance (unless the barrassed by a personal pledge to no candidate which! are formed upon peace and goodwill Turtle Shell.
very Aspirations(liberty be extinct)shall for tho Presidency, or any other to all mankind: -the fruit of which is Loggerhead
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of office. tolerance and brotherly affection,instead of subscribers- will give a fair pries

government too much shattered to bo recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts "persecution for opinion1 sake." Tirn 500 Ibs. of tho above article.

nised at that for which they originally stipulated of party, it will be the aim of the Evening Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER fc CO.....
and which inveterate sectional hatred Post to the dignity of the .
preserve Courier &
Enquirer are published
Daily, .
shall then render it impossible everagain n. c. CHOZIIUt,
and moderation under
Press ,
by courtesy
and more than Tlrcc Thousand Semi-
tore- OIOpOsc and re-edify. Tho South the belief that tho legitimate ends of newspaper ATTOnNET PRO.TIMrOr TUB UMTCD STATE*
urea roused to &full sense of her wrongs, discussion arc best subserved by firmness weekly; and in the City of New-York its SOUTIIEUN DISTRICT OF FLOR1PA-

will bo satisfied with nothing but equality ; without violence and zeal without in- circulation is:: known to be more than an Office of tho District .
and it cannot be denial that by the Constitution temperance. With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than any other AUQrnt'Y.May

even if strictly observed the slave acts of opponents, it will exercise rightof paper. These facts are referred to, as affording 23, 13J:2.: 30 tf .
holding States,are placed decided disad but it is thai the -
dealing freely- hoped ito only commentary tho Propric NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.
Once for the
vantage. leagued submit resumption part of its career will ever justify the suspicion tors can with propriety offer on the qualityof the of Cottrell & Co. "I
of rights, they will no longer to a case Joseph
of the infamous
of its oven partial adoption
system of indirect taxation calculated to maxim,that all is fair in politics" the matter which will be found in their 121 bales of cotton, picked up at sea and
blind the people to the extent and inequality Thedomcstic ncernsof our native State contcmplatcd"ockly publication. libelled for salvage in the Superior Court
of their burdens-and they will demandfor will bo cirefirfly watched, and the policy Jt 13 intended to publish 17,500 copiesof for the Southern Judicial District of Florida -

theirlaboringclass'a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calculated tho first number of tho paper, which the Court has decreed, that after pajt
equal to that of-the laboring classes the for her prosperity c. and economical will be distributed in diHercnt parts of tho in!; the cots acid; expense* of s.ud' prosecution -
other States. The required concessionswill and one sent to each PostMaster ,one half of the residue of thc aloe of
government ,
be certainly refused by those by whom country copy said cotton>> (agreeable to the appraisement)
While the Evening Post will be devoted in the United States in order that
the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated faith be paid to the said Cottrell & Co for their
to the promulgation gf the political set
by a calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this it will not be a specimen of the publication may be examined. salvage on the same; and that the remain-
and loss, and the Federal bond will be sundered lectful of the prospectus practical details Commerce neg der be held under the bond of stipulation,

-and forever. The advocacy of State and Trade, two branches of industry which TERMS. subject to the claim of the ughtful owners
Rights is, therefore the only faithful advocacy must he most beneficially affected by the Daily Paper-$10 per an.-\ PdyalkBern. thereof, provided said claim be interposed

of Union. success of its doctrines. Great exertions \Vefikly Paper-4 per an. J. in within the time prescribed by law and that
With a firm conviction of this important will be made to perfect the departments WtEKtY P.u'.En-3 per an.J adcancc.CtT notice of the same be given by an advertisement -
truth, the Evening Post will contend for connected with commercial intelligence, to be published in the Key Wot
."e. ,Liberty-Iho Constitution Union." For and our merchants and tradesmen skill find Any person who may obtain cioht Gazette once a month (amine months.
1 Liberty first, as the first of national bless the readiest attention to all '1IeiaDtJ.and subscribers to tho weekly paper and remit Therefore all person having claim to
T ciogs t for the Constitution which secures it the warmest gratitude fur all their.yon. the amount, shall be furnished with a copy said Cotton,or interested therein are here
", .:'',from domestic usurpation ; and for th'e.Uni. gratis and to companies of ten subscribers, by notified and required to present the same
"on which strengthens it against foreignaggrctsiou. TERMS- who associate and remit twenty-five dollars within the time- prescribed in said decree
:. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, sit per annum. Country ,
it will be or they will be .
the compact, the Union mustbccoroc i Union paper, three times a week, $5. Merit fur $? 60 each per annum. barred.A, II. DAY, Clerk
without Libertyand the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted atthe usual rale*. Post Master,who have nu objections to Sup. Court South. I>wt. of Flprida-
of tubjijgationfrom abroad}h infinitely Charleston, (8. (\> Oct. 3, l 3J. act as our Agents,are requested to receive May 13, 103, 30' GS41&