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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
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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.
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VOL. !Iam; wWi;' v. > i Y 1 KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY; JUNE,G, 1832. : .J No,, 4o.. >' .
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GAZETTE, moment to conceal himself behind ,) ttl had;t lccn) conversing with God.nt husband.; d. Before eho'reached time head,of

,'r. -. ... ter door, which stood open, yet Iho "Na, tin, Aggie, 1 want nano o' your ,that wild glen the,day was fur spent, and ,
.l.i ''Be..VTRbBEIpublished where) hostood: ,was quito dark He dreams. 1 line other things to tho sun Vvcaring .down. The valley of I
',.,."" ,' ';And lht.JI. on, Wedncsday, one of them say to another, 1 ,fuar 0", hind mony's the timo an1' oft )'e Nith lay spread far below her,in all its beau- i
every
) ',aFI'IIOMAS N. JEFFREYS. scoundrel js" not here after all. Guard 'dcavcd me wi' them, an' sometimes. ty, but around her there was nothing but
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outhouse mo'angry." darkness,dread, and desolation. The mist 1
" '' 'ERMS-$5, per annum-payable in On that, throe or four of the "I Never bade ye believe them, 'Jennie, hovered on the hills, and on the skirts of
advance. rushed by him, and began to search ] 'likit ay to tell them to jon; and this Ihares the mist the ravens nailed about in circle, 3
t' ...'Adrcrtisemenlainscrtcd at one; dollar house and examine the inmate ky rase oul. our conversation j cs- croaking furiously, which had a must ominous .
per; square, for the first insertion and,fifty that moment slid out without l being o But 1 thought, I was.away' ye see, effect on the heart of poor Jane. A.?,
ccnU for, cvory.succecding time,till ordered ted and tried to ken where 1 and I fcor'd '
dinna
escape up a narrow was; was she advanced farther up, she perceived a,
,to bo.s. topped.. called' ,Kinrivvah, immediately behind! confused, thinking' I had lust my way. fox; and an ,eagle fitting over,against each
.:::mm.mr' house; but unluckily) two: troopers, who then I came to an old man, an' ho other, watching something which theyseemed
'. POETRY. been another chase, there, met )' to me, "Is it the road to heaven that terrified approach; and right; between .
... l the face. When' he p jicrceivtd them !lie are seeking,Aggie?" An'I said Aye,' them, in a little green hollow,eurr
TUB GLADIATOR'S DREAM." ned and :rim toi'lliq castunrdjjon; I ilidna like to ticny't. rounded by black .hag '8, eho found the

He, slept,as sleep the wronged and proud- they both firedi"wliirh; raised tlie'nlarm l 'Then I'll tell'you where ye maun gang,' corpse of her 1.1Ubantlm! the same manner
Pale, cold, and firm, and sghirig.low, instantly the whole'pack' were after I ,ill he, 'yc maun gang up by the head o' as described. by her sister. He was stripped -
That even in slumber, scorn the loud It was afterwards conjectured that I 'on dark mossy cleudi, an' you will find of his coat and vest, which it'n,
And vulgar plaint(of dommon wo: the shots had wounded'him, for, there that will show ye the road to hea'cn. thought be had thrown ,from blot when fly:
But o'er thatbro,'.d'calm' so fair' with otl',era, had 'hcei.' nearly ;' and I said 'Aye,' for 1 did nil like to ing from .the soldiers, to enable, him to effect
Had pas ei1 the finger of despair.He ... ".. that morning! and twice waylaid' l, he (", although it was an uncouth looking his cscajio. He was shot through tho
dreamed-not of his conquered soil, -, :quite outrun the soldiers: 'but now it and ano that I didna like to gang.- 'heart with two bullets, but nothing' ,relating
IV or,pure chill breeze of northern clime; observed that some of them began to when I gangs to the clench !head, whit to his death was ever known, whether lie
Nor" forest but,nor hunter's toil, ground on him! and they continued I see sitting there but your ain glide- died praying. or was shot as ho fled; but
Nor aiight lie.loved-in happier time; till at length he fell in a kind of John Wcir, and 1 thought I never saw there was he found lying,bathed in his blooiF
With him such vision would,not dwellIn cast from the farm house of '001, sae we:el I; and when I gaed close in the wilderness, and none of tho wild
in marble cclhHa
bondage, a when they came up to him, and ran ) to him, there I sees anithcr John Weir, beasts of the forest had dared to touch, hi*
1-Dcd-:1Dd years' had rolled away-; through with their bajonets. The stiippil to lime sark, on' u' beddit in lifeless: form. '
The victor, and the vanquished came, I called Red 'f rn's Gutter to this day. {IeVn cauld dead, an' his head The bitterness of death! was now past
Jn shadowy battle's dim array, Jane of the fist ) the side an' when I sic-
\Yith fainting moanhnd; stern acclaim, IiJpttrickvns one to ae ; saw lith poor Jane. Her staff and shield nvnji'
Banner=,and corse, steed; helm, and shield.., went to his! mangled corpse,-a woful si a sight, I was terrified, on' held wide taken from her right hand, and laid low,in
In dark heaps strewn on War's red field. lying in the slough,and sore did she ',him. But I gangs up to the living John death by the violence of wicked, men.-
itHe the loss of that poor \and honest man. : al.' says to him, 'Gudcman, how is True, slip had mill a home to go to, althq'
The saw dread wild myriads avenger's sweeping, lightning by-path! there wan more; she came to his ?' that homo was robbed and spoiled; but she

And strained: and trampled .aglc3 lie a sort of yearning impatience to learn 'Dinna ye see how it is, sister Aggie?' found that without! him,jt was, no .home,
Bencathtbefairhaircdstranger'swrathThen was the woful) news he had to )' he, 'I'm just eel to herd this poor man and that where his beloved form reposed,
leaped his heart-the work was done- cate.; But,alas, the intelligence was lying licte.' "- that was the homo of her rest. She' washed -
Brave: justice, by the Goth and Hun! and the man to whose bosom alone it Then 1 think )'c'H no hae a pair; post, I all his wounds, and limo stains of blood

lie waited-his hour of bitter pain, haply been confided was no more; yet ,' says 1,'for, ho ilisna look as'ho would from his body, tied her napkin round his
Still to be borne-but free, and bold, could scarcely prevail on herself to faraway.' It was a vera unrcverend face, covered him with, her,apron, and sat
His step, a> if'a servile chain any fears for her own husband, for o' nit, sister; but these were tho down and watched beside him all the live*
N e'er touched thoso limbs of graceful knew him to bo in (perfectly snr'! that I thought 1'snid; on' as it is but long night, praying to' the Almighty& arid
mould: sullen Glen Gorar; still .'1a n'I last words dream ye ken ye nccdna heed it. singing hymns and spiritual songs, alter
Then smiled, as rose the hum heavy on her mind. They were both 'Alas, poor Aggie!' says he, 'ye are still nately. The next day she varnctl her
Of cTOvds-and 4 said A time will core! pected to have I been at the harmless the gall o' bifid, ness )'CI. Look o'er friends and neighbors, who went with heron

One glance, one cold, keen glance around, at Enterkin, for the relief of a favorite right shoulder,an' you will see what the following night,and buried "him privately .
him high prophetic spirit cast; I ister, which was effected; and that line to do,' An' sac 1 looks o'er my light in the northwest corner of tile churchyard
One sigh, that vast arena's bound extent of their crime. And though jt an' there I sera a haul drove o' of .Morion": The following verses

Re.echoed-'twa.knew that fate had the scaled first and each lastHe dome- only suspicion, four men were shot on an' wulcats, an' fumorts,an'martin, !qro merely some of ;hcl:qwnvoros yersificd
"With "vengeance on Imperial Rome!" hills this morning, without trial or cor bcj craws, an' bunder' vile beasts, os she was sitting by his corpso iia'tll ,jvild
nation,and their bodies forbidden* stannin round wi' glarin ccn, to be glen, or rather the t'lOughts' that site..tier;.
FOR TilE KEY WEST GAZETTE. ,burial. ? the corpse o' the dead John Weir; an' scribed as, 'having passed through her hearty'
One of".these four was John -Weir I was terribly astounclit, an' I says to JOHN WEIII '
SCRAP OF OTHER D.\YS, A BALLAD.. j
Garrick;tho husband of Jane Kil (Uudcmau-- how's this?'
Wears have flown since I laughThelightnejsof ,I caona greet for Ihee, my John Weir, .
was a -
gay,
of wortlrand commissioned
hunorand lam these
man great to keep QUO1
O I
for thee
.. .. canna greet ;
... .ing boy He, had left his 'he.-='Do think these ccn d"f'are' '
sally respected. yo For,the hand a'heaven lies; heavy here,
1 whose spirits 4 noonecar'dto place in order to carry some their's to open in the light u' heaven, and that And this sair vrdird l I m lIodr: e. 't .
quell, his friend, and pray with them, but that has to syllable the praises of a They harried ua first 6' row'and ewe,,' "
For those who nursed: and loved me, knew entrapped among them and slain. far within yon rky; should be Wi' curies an' crneltyc, "*
the world so well-- thero was no intelligence brought to \o become the prey o' siccan vermin as ,An' DOW they hae shed thy dear life blu1m3/
They deemed it tin to blast: my single hour mily, save the single expression that ?' An' ,wfcat'c to become o' 'met .)
of joy. from the lips of Tarn Harkncss' in a I 'Will it malt sac muckle difference,John .I am left a helpless widow here, ">
O"what', to become o' rFtel ,
,
Manhood came Contact with the cold ment of distraction. Nevertheless'\ ,'says I, 'whether the carcass, ts| catch
but all the the 1,' I hae boric thee tercn tons, Jolm:Weir,' *
world, soon, too soon! could not rest, set out by these! or by worms? ,
her sister's house in Glen Gorar,in' 'Ah An'nuned them upon my knee; ''
And( the! sad change; was rung, that chills : I Agyic, Aggie worms are worms; But edtotholrath.r'a '
ford-muir and arrived there nt 11 little teat what these It twaare berne, .
are;
the warmest heart:, I ye says ? ,Frao the,evils, awaiting thee ,
Selfishness, I found coil'd,.where love a- on tho Sabbath evening. Tho family John Weir has warred w\\' them a' his Their wee green graves lie 1 ,ide" br aide, ,
lono should be, at prayers when she went, and the an' that to some purpose o, an' they Like twins In fond ally,
And charity!-the name 'was only left dark, she stood still behind the Italian, -get the vantages' him now.' But in betide thy children dear -"
for me; all the time was convinced that the ''But which is the right'John \Veir' ?'says Thy dust'inAun never lie-. : '
TS'o kind Samaritiohis ;healing: to impart: of the.mad that prayed was the, \.oico 'for hero is tine l)'ing' stiff and lappercd Like an outcoit',0', time earth; ', ,'iIn
,I,became. cruel'-,oTlid-scfi.8h-cre! life's her liusband, John liWeir All the 'his blood, and anithcr in 'health and i the muirland thou mays ho 1 t\t ,
noon! that fervent prayer lasted .the tears of hgth and sound mind But hough thou 110 nt'tle back"o1 the I I(8,
onCe ran from her eyes, and) her heartbeat: 'I 1 am the right John Weir,' says he.- Or in Siiggo' time mountain Lee, I' >'
And that "sweet home! world boat
gratitude) her Maker,as i she drank int, you'ever' think'tho gudcmari"o' Gar- Wherever thy loved dust remain, NIt '
t vcn and all to me, U fallowed, ground,to me., /
soul every sentence of the''petitions c )Uld:diQf $atna, Aggie; Cia vcrs
Comes across my ccar'd heart with no exciting ,An'there.will I watch,,an?there will pray,
thanksgiving. Accordingly, when w lm'only kill the body, an' that's but the ,
:. thrill For tears I now hae ,
;- nape; /
All the emotions of my eoul are dead and was ended, and the tC8fldlc lighted, part o' time rrian. But where are For the injuries done by wicked omen "
went forward with light heart and a this wild ?' '
still > gain gate Have sear'd mv simple brain. ,
; ful countenance her sister embraced' 'I was directed this road to Even o'er John Weir
,And the tling.t /scc, seem dreams of eter ; way on my thy pale corpse, *
though' manifestly embarrassed and, n,' says J. I try to weep in vain: "

nity. S& EX. bled at seeing her thereat such ,&T 'Ayf an' yo were directed right dIeD,' Jl; t loon shall our oppressor's sway. I' '
From hero flew to embrace her h 'for ; the direct ( hea l
:
4_ ),\ ; ,jhisis: path o In desolation lie; '
_, I but he stood still like a statue, and( did an' there is no other':'' Like autumn flowers it shall decay,' ,. ,
,1 MISCELL mOUS. meet her embrace. She gazed at him 'That is vera extraordinar,'says I. 'And Ao'in foulness die! t' ,

.,... grew pale, and sitting down, .I e- ,'what is the name o' thii place, that I The tyrant's reign she tyrant ncu1c'r' .
.. From, DIackwood's Magazine, her face with her apron. This' man ray sister Jane, your wife, and Whr'so rule% hath never thriven,, L: "**'
'
;' A TALE OF THE MARTYRS.y .. one of her husband'rf brothers, my,friends, by the same way?' The Both bluid'frae o the saints.earth' bath an blotted'hc'avenr'putt? :,.*>

y ,,1 7>lc TUCK: 'JI PHEaD. hiding, whom she had never before ; Tbb Faith's hope| ,' says ne.'- For this dear bluid o' thine,John Weir,.. '
Red Tarn Harkncss came into the farm but the tones of his voice, and) even But behold, at the mention of this, pjacc, Can never be forgiven! '. t*,
house of Garnck, in the parish of Close- devotional\expressions that I bo used,., f1o Kiljiatrick i of Garrick: ",arose. slowly :..-...:.. ','.,
like her husband' that she mistook )her feet.and held liands.
so > to up both her .
barn and to look about for *
one day, began From Liverpool( J.Mercury..
for 'his. hold sister cried she !!
Aggie !'ypu
some place to hide in, when the good wife, ,
AUVu now and : J4POZEO8 .PltOPIIE .
"whose name was Jane Kilpatriek said to grief } told enough. Was it in the bead of .
?mim.ingreat, alarm, "What's the, matter, for John Weir had not been flCCn"Gr, h :l'aith'II'llopc; that you saw'this vision o' my We readily accede toi'dIC'rcquc.., .oft
that's the matter, Tarn Harkness?" of, there since Wednesday evening, 'husband t* correspondent inserting tho following
** he had gone .to warn bis'friends of : 'Yes; but at the same limo I saw your or tide, which will'Ibe: perused with deep,
"Hide tne,or else I'm dead man; that's impending danger; hut ,they all alive.. interest tf"f convcymg opinions or.anti
the present matter, good wife," said lie.- comfort each other as well!! as they 'Then I fear your: dream has a double cipations of one of the m extraordinarymen
"nutct"" ,"when'! l have time, if ever 1 hae: and, in particular, by saying, they ,'said alter .For though it appears that,"e"er lived in the tide of time
tnair time, 1 line heavy news fop YOIt; ForChrist's in the Lord's hand, and it behoved hi I a religious legoryf} ,you dinna.ken that : li is not very obvious to.ua why-It' should
sakes hide'me, Jane,, for the kil- do with,them as seemed to him good, = rcajly:,i9eica FJacc.ttrd that not ve I have been excluded from tho Engljsh; edition
jerg; are bard at haivl. many other<< c expressions piety ''and, a far (rats ouhouse.. I jtae often laughed Count.Las Casas' Journal,as simi l
'.Jane KUpatrick'sprung to her fee, hut mission rfuf |'lje:next'morning,when jour dre n s,'sister,l but'this' one'hurries I larpredictionsof the result! of ,the ,system

flslwj,wad quite bcnumed 1 and p>;werless. She two,sisters were<< about,to partahe'one frae 111'the day=wi'a' heavy an' a trem- which Iras been pursued by,European,. 'Cabinets -
ran to one press and! ,opened it, and then to to the other,,"J aue, 1 cannot 'help. : heart' -" \ for he last quarter or a'century,have
>ma mtllerk tflCro'WU not room to stuff clog louts strange confusedJ dream,thai I 'Jantf Glen Gorar by the break of day, been made pulic'without reserve, The
into either,of them. She looked into a just afore ye wakened me. Ye ken I took her way through the wild ranges writings of'Paine, Horn Tooke, nod Other
bed i Ultra was no shelter there, and her nao faith in dreams, and ,inns want Crawford-muir,; straight for the heed of author, on the subject of oar, financial
Jineea began to plait under her weight'with to regard';J but it U good for ith't Hope. .She laid some bread,,in her system,must be familiar to nil our well in.
terror. '1'/mevotces/ of tho troopers were tell them tonne anitber,,and then, if p, and a ,little bible that shg always,car formed readers: ,
by this time beard fast approaching; and turn out like it in the course o' with la l rand witHbut one t io assist or Jtemarkable prophecy ot'tbe Emperor Napoleon .

jforkness bad no olljer shifty but in one it may bring it to tattli their minds that ,tier.,..;."If"Wcnfn? fth of. her, Irwt a i reQarrd.,Encisnd"", ;V France, hto-t*-

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\ ,.,' m LU body dcfcn4anr'taketlii *ia tl3o. y drowned; tray until sir.:
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.. sad ofhcj gWDCoppressed ate = &lfIO h to lc'J ik rtlrfKla a beach.. execution is' discharged and satisfied '

, pamffTrom b! Ei'lE"ireach and t. direiliohsP"tc t o ** l..nIJqun"'',T'natter i Hi found,ftVetfMayiafterofllhp JJ -, __ Sec. .3. Be:it fuither! ,enacted. that ifatl" \

English Editions Count La* CasaV'', cttmbnatibltr *mil bravo J ,. ..._. -; : defendant execution, taken as eforcsmj
ligthth
Journal. '( W\ '. '! *#' *: '&<#* ventt t: treM, 1do r ex'ploston Will ensue; mABrNr: To, shalljxot pay and, discharge the same H"mlia : I

.w ,"In less than SHeen year 'from Ihi 'the lava'bf' glb.hd'j bankruptcy trill overspread 1TINTELLIGENCE.. th term; of five days from and after the! '
Mm
dime of levying upon her or them. or
resent time,"said lho Emperor Napoleonto tho world, overwhelming Kingsand .. i .- i- any such eX' 'ctl't'lcm as aforesaid, it shall'and.
mo one as e stood.viewing the sea,, aristocracies cementing tho democratic 6tf KW 1cs71\ be la9rdr any officer executing

from a rock winch overhung the road, "the interest as it (flows. Trust me, Las POUT|___ t _.__ ___ _4J_ J_ I may Ifcvyinff ,uch writ ?o. advertise;the sale and of

whole European: system will be changed Casas,that as from the vines planted the ARRlVfil SINCE..'OUR LAST the services"of'kncli: I defendant or:edefend.

revolution will 'succeed revolution, until' soil which encrusts the sides of ifitnt ,aml ants, to any, persoil ,ttbrt'tvill'and di:.

very nation becomes acquainted with its Vesuvius, the most delicious wine is, obtained ,, June. 2. BloopHdcn, Brathan, Uayana", charge larch execution,, with' thocbi\V&'c-'

individual rights. Depend upon it, theletlple sp stall the lava of whfcH' I ;frcak> ballast. tined and accruing fur s-ich.scmccs Ibr
Havana ballasl.
bo Whit the 4. 'J>Jo6p Broad; Parks, : the, shortest 'spaco'of time ;'"';.Which said adV -
of Europe will not submit to go- prove to be The only soil in ,trey Spanish Scl.r. Mariancla, Caldez, Hava !rtjeMeTil shall be'posted at two or tnoVc

, versed by these band of petty) sovereigns of liberty Will take firm and permancn'root.May merchandise to J t Cottrell St Co. daces in: .the county tvherc' such
these aristocratic ca incts.I it flourish for ages! You, perhaps) Sloop Azelia.Sawyofr,Nassau,N. P. salt jiulgmcnt public { shall be Hindered.

was'wrong in re-establishing the order consider these sentiments strango and unusual to J.Cottrcll & Co. Sec. 4. Bo it AiMhdVieha'crcd, Thl'tsucn.:

of nobles in prance; but did it to gire ; they are mine, however. I was a republican CLEARED. gale Shall M>t tahtr place before the samo '

splendor to the throne, and refinement tc but fate, and tho opposition of June 3. Sloop Eden, Braman, Havana, !I hall have been Advertised 'ten days t it I

tho manners of the people, who were fat! Europe made mo an Em ror. I am now live fiVh to master. shall be by fublicauction, at'tho time and ,
4. Sloop Dread, Part, Nt \V-t.b'ndoD : designated in enth advertislenfcnt.
sinking into barbarism since tire revolution a spectator of the ruture.r : place

Tho remains of tho feudal system 'will vanish meVchandizc' to master.. ,... ...,.. Sec.' 5. Bo it further 80tl1.aS enacted albrc5aidshall; thkt any
the jtf knowledge. The From tho Flofidiiht negro or mUlatto, for
beforo sun the timo lot Ilc, sh'e 6r they bo
whifcji
know that all emanates NEW.ADVEnTJSE3'kN'TR.. ., may
people have only to FLORIDA PLANTING sold, taken and held,liSttavb or slues, and
from'tbcnrwelvcSjin order to fcs&rt: their Mr. WILSON will please to Insert the in all respects liable to the"Samfe penalties

right to a share i irt their respective govern following statement of facts in his paper- J'I\nes EganESPECTPULLt 'and Itcathlbnt,. abd btlundto perform any

ments. This will be the Case even with, 'they can sustained: by the most satisfactory service which his,her or their owners may
the boors of Russia* yes, Las Casa, you I require id,the same manner as slaves arc

live ro stc tho time*=but 1 shall be p'roofiAlf bouYid.
may cold in when that colossal but Isaac Fort, of Chipota, had boa a. Bc'ci 6. Be it Airtlier enacted, That if a-

ill-cemented mygtave empire, will be split into as hundred and thrfco acres of canes partof ny tV di elikgre'DV mulatto sold for a term of

his last crop.) From this ho"cut Sufficient tnt rni! leis (friends time as* aforesaid,.shaltA n-away from his,
sovereignties, perhaps republics, as I
many R her their owner orowners, such
and from tho rcstdue or personof
fitly acres he has
there arc"tribes \vbi Compose if." to plant and fie public in g cncr4l-, that color com'plarot before
summUry any -
he mdde one hundred and twenty-five thou rrivatfi BdSrdinj house on In- uVUb
I
After a' few mot prospects of Europe, opened a justice of the peace; Shall land may ho
his Majesty thus continued: "Never was sand pounds,or ono hundred and twenty- dian Key, and will 'pay every attention in condemned to serve double afire time for

a web more artfully woven over a nation fire hogsheads good mcrdiarjtnblo: ) sugar, his power to render him with satisfaction Weir to those which ho, she or they, shall! have nib-away ;
Vrh'o favor covnpanT.-
and fourteen thousand gallons! of molasses.! may
he made
than that horrible debt which envelops thepeople moderate. which summart complaint may ,
Owing to the extremely severe weather His terms are and condemnation fur more service u warded
of England. It has :been the means 11 183'$. -32 p.
April
of enriching tho aristocracy beyond all for in December last, which aught a great deal ; ,by any justice: 'of the peace, as often and
in whilst it has of Isis cane standing in the field, and the a* long, as said free negro or mulatto. RO sold
mer example any country; NoticeS shall continue'to runaway.Sec. .
he
subsequent warm spell, was compelledto
at tho same time, aroused many powerful ; 1. Ahd bo it futhcr enacted That

friends to tho Government, as there are individuals grind up.into He molasses had in twenty-five addition td ncrrsottiiscanc. his IX weeks after date t trill apply 'tb Life this act shall be in force, from and after i itS

who receive interest for that money Judge of the Coufity Court for letters fid irfh. .
to crush cane, 45 acres of cotton, which yielded Passed Jan.a 28, 1832.-Approved, Teb.4
so extravagantly squandered of administration! on the estate of the late
about 20 bales 180 acres in corn, which "
countries 1832.
liberty in 'other ; but even that Mr. Michael Mabritv..
returned 900 barrels-200 bushel of oats \VM.: II. fVd LL. ------
must have an end; some accidental spark
,will ignite the combustible mass;and blow from 20 acres; and from 1ft tores in potatoes May 23, 1032. 38 tf. CITY ORDINANCES'

the ,wholo system to tho devil 'If the he made 4t)00 bushels. In makingthis d. QUAKTCU-MASTER'SNOIlTltEASTcornefbfF ORDINANCE. \I. .
mighty debt were due to foreigners, these crop he worked 30 hands, 10 of whom t FFiCE To present KuiSanced in the City,of Kef.
in &c. until it was 'Vest.E .
Islanders would not bear (the bur were employed building ,
Cunning dcnanlidur but'would necessary! to satts the crop. About that :A. Browne's ec. J. Be it rttained Iy die 1\Ia1If anf!
on some pretext ,
; creditors andlaughattheircretiulity time he purchased 29 additional hand?.- Aldenuen ofthe City of Kfcy West' ,in Coitu

Or other break'Vlth: their but they owe, the i He used a vertical or perpendicular mill, w Key, Welt. Feb. 0, 1832. R 23 -"If Y cil assembled; and it is hereby brdaihcd. 1>Vthe'

; themselves worked by four mules; and whilst hd<< hittl auiliotJty of the same*; That from and
individuals: among ,
money to therefore likely to the pleas five boilers employed) made five hogsheadsa BakerU6"i'TEI'qRY after the passing of tins Ordinance,

and are the interest enjoy fnr generations day. Ono of his boilers burstcd:! !! after it shall be dIe\ duty/ of all\ housekeepers )

ure of paying debt which he ma'tte bat four: Troche7 mules GODDARD & Co. informs to put at least one peck offline inU
has I
to come.Bourbons France,think too, to maintain got O{ themselves -- were employed altogether-making three .II. Ship Masters and the public generally tlib Priof the house they inhabit, once

Those l sets' or r elf eft. The mill was frequently : that during the summer months they can every two weeks, and every person faifitrsr
on my throne,l>y borrowing largelyof stopped with a full bead bf juice. Out of be supplied with first and second quality or icftftingtb comply with provisions: of

.. the t"'C5C\t'sccrl\tlon! in ,order to Jay I tiOy hands employed,about 20 were fellows* PILOT & NAVV' DREAD this! Ordinance, shall be fined tire sum t'f
and all future.
heavy taxes on tho next, I tflieve that the mil), boiler?)&e.when Ket Wed, May 23, 18 2. 23 IfM"nS. Two Dollars ;fbr'nc1. oflencD.>
But I know tha French too well to suppose cost about $4,000. Sec. 2. Ue it further ordained That it

that such a system can bo long tolerated: put Tho up,estima'f,pn.this supposition,will bfc shall lIe the duty of every house-Keeper tokeep
that havo too much affection
I know they this "' 1, BOIrding. the yards und enclosures, under 1 heir
their to entail upon them : ,
for offspring a national
debt like thut of England however 125 Hhds. at 5 cents a 'wind, $6,260 control, and tffe pflvys,and other outhouses -
14,000 galls molasses: at 3J C 13. 4f20O in ;lion,clean and in good order; also,
artfully) incurred.. .. ", bate100 it sliall be the of the Marshal trt
No, not! my stifjectsarc too sharpsightcd (- 20 bales of coltpni Jt $$5 per ens least once every duty rnonlh, to Cly visit the enclosurys -
allow tho accumulated for
to property of all houses the Cily of Key West l.
S 10,450 IldWARD. .h removed
their children to be mortgaged to pay the n. has
\1ssulD8llnd for invading thorn CONTRA. Callc dc fo9 Officios to No. 0. and bee that the same are clean, and dAd

and for the restoration English of tho Viello| Cour, Mill,&c. first cost, 4,000Clear Calla Obripii ... out-Iiouses in good order; and whenever heshall
Havana, Jan. t, 1C32. 14 tf.IIENIIY : find any filth or dirt, whicli he may
des Imbeciles, whomay insult them-! &c. JbO L... defem prejudicial{; ,to the lifcalth of the tit
after time make comparisons profit on sugar, .SG
They ,
\Villi lent and me they will recollect Or JJt39 to the hand, counting the fifty. K. NElVCOMD : lie 31a1t notify i the person or persons occupying
;
) of [Note by the Editor.]-In making the attend to any A$INCY Jio the enclosures: or having the controlof
that the government were WILL '
expenses my 'above estimate we observe-that the entire Business {."at..maybe tfTe 3"ime,to remove the said filth immediately -
the that ,
by impost during war- my
defrayed The lotnisted to him. Office and bQre and failure of lire &.
cost of tlto works is deducted, upon person
lien her sug
wars cost Franco nothing-Mhat Rooms in:the Warehouse of FIELDINGA. ? forcsaid to remove said filth, it shall be this
The interest and wear and tear
not one Napoleon d<5btbUt: that I enriched on $4,1000; BROWNE, Esq.
of the Marelfat ttt have, the same removed -
her territory. Buctl eomparisons will of he machinery, may bo estimated at 20 Key-West, Nov. 1C, 1831. 11 ttP. duty
not be favorablo to tho Uourbons Who per censa 800, \Vht t'a. deducted+ from at the cost of the person liable to

French will cast them and IheH debt from 0,950, Ieaves,$l0ir60| or 200! t dollar\ to remove the saiet and ever; person failingor
Arabian would the handsupposing that the.whole of tit! ( to C.Continues Greene refusing to remove' any djrt or filth, when
shoulders
their
as .
my any by Marshal, shall fit addition -
the ,
stranger who should dare to mount him. had been employed the smite yCarivhich required City

'Then,if my. Ion be in,existencc'ho."m; be was_trot the. case.. to transact General Agency to the costs of removing the same,
be to fine of five dollar and costs
a ,
seated on tho, throne,''amidst the'acclamations : Business. subject
of the people; if ho be) not, France THE GAZETTE.- goods taken on Storage fec. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, Thatt

.will go back"1 to-a Republic for no other Ho will bo receive when'any privy which may be erected upar'Dny
0:::/' always happy to lot within the limits of the City and
band: will dare to seize a sceptre wihich it KEY WEST: and execute all orders in tl !line of fiusiticsa. I the manner.in
shall from its situation
or
The Orleans branch Iho1
.
cannot wield WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, I802f which the same is kept, become gehcraliy

the amiable other,arc Bourbon too, weak,diW3iion,|have too, .and much will of I tr::.=-___ .... _. __ Key. ..West 28th March'., 1831.ELANELS301 offensive, it shall be deemed a njishnce! ,
OF THE TARIFF. the of the lot or
MODIFICATION and owner, or occupant ,
fate if they do not chooseto
share the game ,
citizens under whatever It appears that the Hon. Louis McLaoe the person having the control thereof shall
live siroplo
as takes his presented a-Dili' to the House of Rep'e. remoye.the same to such place: irt tho said

change place.1Here premtees- as the Mayor of the Corporation
Richmond
scotative, which, according to the AND
the paused for a few moments ,
Emperor: and t\\& blher members may 'deem most
,then waiving his hand, ho exclaimed ,Enquiter, is likely to meet the views PRINT1NG projxir, and ujton the refusal of failur&l>f
animated lone his dark beaming of moderato men of all parties: If this be
in tho shall bV
jin eye OF ALL KINDS such person ro remove same,
with! taro enthusiasm of inspiration a>> fact, Mr. McLane ,will deserve the gratitude lawful for the City Marshal to remove thesamo

eel'ranee onco more a republic, other countries of his country,and ,.mbai'e establish Neatl, e&truled at this qj ce. at he expense,of the party refusing,

win follow her example j Germans, ed for himself imperishable fame.How and l lie person so refusing shall bo. fined the

Prusians Poles Italians, Danes, Swedes narrow, selfish! and mean the spirit which LAWS OF, TIIETElUutORY FLO- sum \)f Five Dollars. *

and,Russian:.will join the ,crusade of liberty appears to actuate some of out aspirants after tUbA.D Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any

!, They grill arm against their sove- political fame It cannot be called am \ Act to provide for the collection of herson subject to this Ordinance, and failing -

.roi fYnt, who will bo glad J tounako concession bition-the aspiration of the ambitious Judgments against free negroes and oth- tu comply with the same, or refusingto
4f'somo of their".'1g't.in order to er therein named. tt&is fines in
subjects man is,'Give me to live in after ages; but persons pay any or con.cequencotlibrfcof
:preserve'a .inorauthnrily b yer them ns these creatures of party borne for a short Be it enacted by the GoYcrndr. and Legislative ? execution may be issued against:
; they will grant them rt't resentativcchambers i CoMucilof tho Tef+ito,", of Florida them by the Mayor as in case of judgments;
Cnstitutional time upon the stream of public Opinion, like That when !.alf hard obtained
and style themselves ? I any person Passed 28 April, 1832.O. .
Kings, possessing a limited po wr. the airy and unsubstantial bubble-are destroyed I a judgment against any fred bcgfbor IIARA, Mayor.

Thus', tho feudal system will receive its by the next *jcccedit>g wave.- free mulatto, Indian ezcepted residing ALEXANDER PAITEBSOX,Cork,
.within the limits of
deathblow; like the-thick mist of the c- ,i he reputation; of the true1 patriot--of him thl Territory, it shall
be lawful for justice of the ,
any peace or
ccant it'will dissipate at'"thq first appearance who tO'f leeks his country' good,and who for the,clerk of'.any court of record in which ORDINANCE=-N.;);. ti; .

of the sun,of liberty r but things will toot in promoting! that, loses lip\of'self, is like eiich judgment Dray be obtained, to issue Tb regulate Streets; and remeve obstrui '

,the firm-seated focfe-"gainst WVWch the angry capita fed respondvndom against the defen- tlohs ffbm thb iambi .
"illot. I btfwt and break+ .11 y .I'e- dant of defendants,to said >dgment, for Sec 1. Be it ordained by t he Mayor aw
will be increased in,a tenfold ratio,and tho I billows may eD10 the condemnation inonef in said judgment Aldermen of the City of Key IS'pstin Conn'

,motion will be,.accelerated, In proportion: I coil batk-ttpQQ theinsslvea sad oDI adjudged together with all costs thereon cil! Assembled,and it h hereby ordained by

polish its base +, taxed. the authority aforesaid, Tint no louse
When the people recover a part of their ....... .
.a. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That it building or enclosure shall remain or encroach
rights, as men, they will'become elevated kit hall be lawful virtue street obstruction
of
'C.Ot1.u"n.--op Tbar 4aj last the by any execution Is- upon any ,and every such
tho victory have ,achieved and
wth they sued as aforesaid for tho officer executing
:
Sea
British shall be deemed nuisance.
iost os \JOHN HANKY, A a
faring tasted the sweets of freedom, they the said execution' ,and such officer is hereby -
will becoraq clamorous for a larger portion. ; mau attached to the Sloop Bf nn cetti( required to levy upon, seize and take Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. Thai

_ Thus will the Sta'CI.al)d Principalities, of' going OD board the Scl'r. Pizartv, he was'l \Abe body of each defendant, against whom when any Street or Square in the City: ,shall

$uropo be in a cojatioual Qerraent perhaps by the breaking a plank, precipitated i sib ffecutioa may liar. issued, and such be obstructed as aforcsrid, and t'omI'taictortits :



"If' ,

the same shall \x made: to the Mayor and I without first obtaining said pct ission,l '"'after, passing did aforesaid limits, shall Lo Inir and liccnie seal of tie to Clerk-such effect for tbo nnder time the being LamT of

Aldermen it shall be the duty! of said: boardto be liable to perform the romJiTquarantineaamay exempted. from'pay( ing pilotage.; .. said city, who is,hereby authorised and required

appoint fit and proper persons to examine be imposed upoffttb0"tessels'and. carrSec Sec. 7. no it further ordained That all to issue the tame. under the conditionsAnd .
nnd report id them, if tl>o said obstruc- goe!. T"* <* *.' Pilots: who shall bring a vessel into this Port provision hereinafter set forth. .

tion ought to bo removed and if' lbo| ,JP; 3.*':Be it furtlicr 'ordained, That this shall be entitled to carry her ont anJ units the Sec '!2. Be it>Airtber ordained such ,license That

t' moval of tho same is recommended,*Jiy said Ordinance shall remain in full force, until commander can shew good1 sufficient previous to tbe issuing of any and directed, the
order the same to Boardi: cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving ai ilt'bcrein contemplated
thall
the expressly repealed by:thts or
persons, Meyor oolylng/ for the same tjjall pay
shall have lib-
be removed tytlio owner\ or sued\nt ofsaid 1)asscd28 April. 1832. at this Port without a Pilot, the pArty to)i. raid unto the laid .c.eJ'k: (ordln,

building! ,:'and a copy of order : O. O'HARA, Mayor.ALEXANDER erty to depart without a Pilot, unless cases tics of the said city the mm or sums.follow-

shall bo'blp'tho City Marshal nerved upon PATTERSON., ,Clerk. Captain' should wish one. That lag, to'wit: 'r:''n Dollars for every Billiard
the owner or occupant ofsucli budding. Sec. 8. DC it' further ordained, Table for the retailing of dry goods or gro-

Sptv'a, :JJe it further ordajncd, That if ORDINANCENo.6.An each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a <:eric, Ten Dollars,-and if totf, Fifteen
.
"i \vncror'occ\tlJier( pf tho said building Branch, shall make application to the Mayor Dollars; for selling Robdt by auction,on. tbo
the after Ordinance to prevent the shooting of and Aldermen, and before ho obtain amount of sales ono quarter of one
refuse to same gross
shall fail
or remove &c. within the limits of the commission
tho service of notice as aforesaid,it shall City Fjrfe-Arins of Key West. such,he, the said applicant, shall! undergoan per centumi shall and eacb the and um every of Fifteen Dollars -
Committee merchant
\ the duty,of tho,City Marshal, and he is examination before a competent pay
# '
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor constituted the Board to per annum.
be
to by ,
hereby: authorized to have the said house and Aldermen, of tho City of Iey West, examino such applicant,and if ho be found Sec. 3. De it further ordained, that An j
from
building, or any: nuisance,removed and every person kcepirig open say billiard
: in Council assembled, and it is hereby ordained Clerkto
of the
it shall be the '
the expense of competent, duty or
Street and retailing, goorf groceries
tho or Square, the aforesaid That it room, or any dry
removing tho wno shall: bs paid by the by authority grant a Branch to such applicant, and selling any goods m Laid city, either
shall not be lawful for any person within shall. be signed by the Mayor commission merchant,with
owning occupying such building, tho said Brauch by auction or as
person cxeulion the limits of the City; (wr.icl..Jimits shall for which applicant shall pay to tile out obtained a license for sttchCiirpoir
and for the amount thereof, may ,
be construed as extending as far rs Elizabeth Corporation Five Dollar, and one Dollar shall beand be is hereby made na-
issue as, in i case of judgments. street,) to fire off or discharge any firearms to the Clerk,: it shall be required of each and pay for every such act,and
Parsed 28 April, 1832. of any description whatever,or to dis- before he receives his or for every repetition of the lame, the sum of
O. OHARA, Maynr. and every Pilot, be sued for and recovered
to
charge crackers or other fire works Fifty Dollars,
any in tho
ALEXA DEn PATTERSON, Clerk. whatever and violating the their Blanch to give goOd security with costs of suit before the Mayor or Mayor -
; any person ThousandlollareoV Jhc faith-
sum of One pro tern. of said city-one half to the
of this ordinance shall be fined
ORDINANCE-NO, 3. provisions performance! of his or their dllty'Dranch ?* use of the informer or informersthe re-
Five'Dollars for each and offence
every half the of said city.
Swine or Pilot. ,>pining to wo
To the running at largo ,
.Goats prevent within the Corporation limits of and upon failure to pay the same, shall be Sec. 9. Bo it further ordained, That if &?<:. 4. Be it furt'ucr ordained That nothing -
imprisoned not cxct'Ctlingen days. this act contained sliall be so constructed
in
in out of
\ Weit. Pilot shall bring or
lle-y carry
the Alder- Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That if any as (o license tbe keeping open',of
Be it ordained ,by Mayor end this Port, any tesscl or vessels, for a less
eleven
Council any free negro, or, mulatto shall fire off. or Any billiard rosin after o'clock on
tho of West in entitled to the
men of City Key sum than he is lawfully to or at time during
and it is ordained by discharge any firearms, or discharge any lie Saturday evening* any
assembled, hereby : prejudice of any'other Pilot, or (hey, on Saath.taco. .
the authority of lie same, That after the crackers, or any other fire-works whatever, conviction thereof shall forfeit and puy to the t,. Do it further obtained, That all'
ttue IQI'dinZlacC.U Swioo found contrary to this ordinance, he or; they so offending and immediately
passing the Corporation, Twenty Dollars, over licenses issued as aforesaid, alien' -
running at large'i.uny oaf the streets for the first offence shall be fined 'above what the pilotage snail amount to, take effect, and be in force for the

within the p'trafioDfunill of Key West, Five Dollars; and upon failure or refusal to and all controversy in relation to any part of pace of ana year from 'tho 'first of Jtin

shall be taken:into the possession of the City pay tho same, he or they shall receive twen- this Ordinance, shall bo decided by the lint and that for every'Inch license so issued

,Marshal, and the owner ofr owners thereof ty lashes; and for the second offence, he Mayor, subject 'however, to an appeal to ,the said Clerk' shall receive the sum
shall pay to the,Treasurer of the Corporation or they shall receive thirty-nine lashc and the Hoard of Aldermen. of Two Dollars for his own me.
the of One Dollar for each and the same for each offence thereafter. Sec. Be it further ordained That Sec. 0.Be it further ordained, That from
sum ; 10. '
said first of Juno next all
Be it further ordained Thai and after the day ,
Sec. 3.
hog, sow or swine, fIG found fuuing any subject to this Ordinance and
every of violation of any poison free negroes and mulattoea,of whatever sex,
at large, belonging to himfcee! on their failing so to do on notification,the this ordinance, shall be entitled to one half pay any osts or' fines in consequence the sum of One Dollar per head

Marshal is hereby dinocted cause lie said the monies .collected,,of the person offen thereof, execution may be issued against p annum for every Incfa'rree negro'or mulatto -

hog, sow or swine, to lie sold at pubftc outcry ding.Passed them by ,the. Mayor, as in case of a judg of the ago fifteen years over=and
.: the proceeds of, which :sate, after deducting 2Clh April, 1832. ment. for every such negro or mnrratto unde.'fjft'cn .
the expenses inct reed by l him, and O. O'HARA, Mayor. Passed 30th April 1032.1 years of age and ovor ten yean, tliosiim
,
cents the .wbelo'
of Fifty per<< onnnm-
the above,specified sum; per head, hill: Alexander, Patterson,Clerk.ORDINANCENo.. -1!: : O. ,O'HARA, Mayor. to 1>o received to tbe mo of saul city-rot

pay over to the owner, : or owners thereof.. r ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk. whttH the said Marshal shall give to all site).
Dc it further ordained That all 7, -
Sec. 2. negroes and mufartfaes a good and sufficient
Coats caught running at largo within the To regulate the Pilotage, for the Port of ORDINANCE-No. 0. receipt, which shall operate as- si license! for

limits; of the City, without being hobbled Key,1Vest. Concerning Dog one ,ear from the first day of Jttmr next; '

I eo as to prevent their jumping, from and Be it ordained by tho Mayor and Aldcrmrnof Whereas,the great number of Dogs at present and in default of such negroes ot muTatfeca

after the second day of May, shall bo shot tho City of Key West,in Council assembled running at large in tho City Qf Key or any one of them failing to Comply with
of this
of tho first clause section -
by the City Marshal' ,or any person authorized ,.and it i is therefore ordained by West, _without any ostensible owner is the provisions, the Marshal! of said city, after giving

by him. authority aforesaid, 'J'hahll Vesselsof an evil and nuisance felt sensibly by nil five days notice thereof, shall attach the beaks -

Passed 28 April, 1832. War shall be subject to the. following classes of the community,and calculatedto of such negroes or mulattoes, and,..advertise -
O. O'HARA, Mayor.PATTERSON rates of pilotage: arouse theli\'eli: apprehensions from and sell the said ne.gr.oes or mulattoes -

4DC\ DEn Clerk. Sec. I. All Vessels of War per foot. the consideration of. tho approachingwarm for Biich'a period and for such an arooVint

drawing 5 and not more than, 14 season- as will pay and satisfy the taxes hereby imposed

ORDINANCE 4. feet, : : :" #2 00 Sec 1. Be it therefore ordained by upon them, together with tbo reasonable -

To Tax:Pedlars and Transient Traders. Drawing 14 and not more than the Mayor and board of Aldermen, of saidCryof costs of such attachment; ,and for so
Sec. 1. Belt ordained, by thcMnyorand West That from and after the doing>he shall in every such case rccejvo
18 feet, : : : 2 26 Key over and above for his own services, from
Aldermen of the City ofKey West, in Coun- Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 50 12Ui nst. the owner of emery Dog found such free negro or mulatto the sum of Two.

assembled and it is hereby ordained"by Over 21 feet, : : : 3 00 within tho precincts of said City and be Dollar, to be taxed 'in his bill of coats.

the authority aforesaid, That any person Sec. 2. All Merchant Vesper foot. Tor lg rfig ((6 a citizen thereof, shall be taxed Sec. 7. Do it further ordained, That every

coming within tho limits of the City of lets! drawing 5 and not over 12 for the same and every one of the same such free negro or mulatto io advertised

Key West;nnd. not being 'n resident of the feet, shall pay : : g t.60 at tho rate of One Dollar for every male, and sold shall, for the time being, be considered -

Island and ha vine a Store therein, who shall All above 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 00 I and Three Dollars for every female, to be the property of the purchaser.
sell dispose of goods,wares or merchandize the of West. Sec. 0. lye it further ordained, -Tbattlia
or ol
any All over 1C and not above 18 feet, 2 25 applied to use !said City Key
except live 'stock and poultry, Be it further ordained That owner, or owners, or agent of every slave
2. on
All above 18 feet shall 2 60 Sec. ,
pay shall,on or before this said first of Jnno
within the limits of the City aforesaid,shall, with the of day
Vessels failure of compliance provision
Sec. 3.
arriving or depart- next, pay to, the said Marshal for every such
before he proceeds to vend or dispose of ing through the North West Passage the foregoiag section,within nine days from slave over the ago of fifteen yean and under

the same, pay: to the Treasurer of. tho City, : and drawing 4 feet or up- the passage of this act, the master or owner fifty, twenty-five cents-to bo applied 'to
Ten Dollars, and obtain from the Clerk of wards, except such as nre hereinafter of such Dog,shall tJO liable!to o fine of Ten and tor tho use of said city-for which the

the City, a License spceiryi the"object mentioned, shall .pay 2 00 Dollars, one-half to the use of said Ci- said Marshal is hereby required<<, and directed -

for which same is granted. All vessels bound through the North West ty of Key West. the other half to the use of to give a sufficient receipt, which'said receipt -
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That any shall oponto as a license for tbe period
before
Pans, and touching at Key West for the the informer or informersto be recovered
of from the first
of
ono June
into tho limits of year next
person coming Key purpose of landing letters, or tho said Mayor or Mayor pro. tem. of
passengers for the jecpinff of such slave or slaves; and
West, who may be subject to this Ordinance obtaining supplies of provisions,, wood or said City, and such Dog or Dogs, shall be in case the said owner, owners, or agentsof
and (11\110 comply with the first water, shall! depart without being'subject liable moreover to be done away with by tho such slave or slaves: shall refuse 'or nog

section thereof shall bo fined Twenty Dollarsto'be"recovered the above ordinance, unless the Master of Marshal of raid City, and for every such led to comply with the provisions, of this

before the Mayor.Sec. the raid vessel shall request a Pilot to take ,'Dog killed or done away with, 'ho shall receive section,the said Marshall shall proceed in
3. Be it further ordained, That a- charge of such ,'cssell1fd take her out over Fifty Cents. the manner directed in the foregoing section

nyperson who may have his good wares the: Bar; for which services he shall receive Sec. 3, Be it further ordained, That all ; and all the provisions of said foregoing -
or merchandize sold or disposed of by section aro hereby declared, and they
any tho usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots de.: licenses such as are contemplated in the
established shall bo infill force and operation. regards
and
person doing business as a tamed on board of any vessel by the request fourth section of this Ordinance, shall be such slaves; and"all such remedies as aro
Merchant the
Commission in of
pity Key of commander, shall receive for issued,by the Cleric' of the Corporation of provided in said section aforesaid, shall; and
West shall be from tho
exempt provisions ,each and every day's services Three Dol- said Cityand that for each of said Licenseshe may be pursued towards such slaves.
of this Ordinance.
lars per day, over and above his pilotage. shall charge and receive the sum of Fifty Bee.! 9. De It further odained, That'a tax
Passed 28 April, 1832. Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels Cents from the owner of such Dog or of one half of one per centum be, and the

O. OHARA Major.PATTERSON shall not be subject to this ordinance.Sec. Dogs, to be collected before said'Mayor or same is hereby laid on all improved roil, estate -
-tt.\tDIn Clerk. in said city; and one half of ona
for the of said Clerk. per-
Mayor tem.
4. Be it further ordained, That any pro. use centum on all unimproved real
estate insaid
ORDINANCE- \o. 5. vessel having passed) tho Buoy on the Bar Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any city-Provided, said ttniroproved real

for preventing the iotrodnction; of Cholera of the North West Passage, I before having License maysbe issued for the keeping .. estate shall not be valued at more tbn1'wenraYe

o into the City of Key West. been boarded by: a Pilot, shall not be obliged of Dogs, in compliance' with' the provisionof Dolkrt per acre; wUch said
Whereas, a certain disease known by the to take the s\mci: but in case a Pilot this Ordinance, by the Clerk. value, as well of improved a* of unimproved -

name of Indian Cholera, at present prevailing goes on board! by the request! of her Cap- Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That if real estate,thall be estimated and assessed -

in the Northern parts of Europe, tain, then he shall receive (lie usual pilot any master or owner whatsoever not residing on oath', by two disinterested person
w in said City of any Dog or Dogs, shall appointed by this Board
of the fatal
most character, and as such age. Bee JO. De U
further ordained
That
disease may be introduced i into our own Sec. 5. Do it further ordained, That all after receiving notice from any member or taxes provided for by the foreroipe, so' Ion all

f ports, by,vessels trading with that quarter vessels bound into the Port of Key West, officer' rt this i Corporation, permit such Dog Sfritfif living twenty days notire to Ua,

of tho Globe and spoken by a Pilot-Bora Chica bearing or Dogs'to go at large in said City, he or owner, or owner, p-r agent at
Sec. Do it therefore ordained i she shall be liable to all the provisions and such estate,be for tb'
| by JVortb, or North-Westerly' shall pay full S1 by .,said anhal
the and Aldermen penalties prescribed in the second section before the said Mayor, or ': '
Mayor of the City of pilotage at the same rates as though she Ufaror: pro (em.
West That all vessels ,of this Ordinance. by proper action, togeU>, with the
Key arriving fromottsnrplaces had been brought in over the main Ship er Costs for
sUch
where the said disease exists, Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not Passed 6th May, 1032. serving ao1icc.Sec. .

shall bo taken by tho Pilots' 'of the Port having been spoken by a Pilot before, paSsing O. O'HARA, Mayor. .dch 11. De it' further "fJaincJ That

without their going on board, to the Quarantine the above named limit, and being 3 ALEXANDBB PATTEHWN, Clerk.ORDINANCENo. mating assessors'51ha11 for their serviced' in es-

Ground, northward and westwardof miles from the Light House on Key West, the sum 'of ar.l: ai sing u aforesaid, receive
Ten Dollars out of
Fleming' Key there to remain under shall only be to half o. in any money
subject rilotagc
pay ; l- of said not
Treasury city otherwUo
the direction of the Mayor of. the City and but if not spoken until after pausing he An ordinance to:>> raise a revenue in and for a--: t'ropraated. .'
Health Officer( of the Port the City of Key West.Pec. .
aforesaid limits, in that; case she'! shall be Sec. 1?. Bo it further, ordained That

I .Sec.; 2. Be it further ordained That exempted from paying any potage' Board. of 1. Be Aldermen it ordained of the by the City Mayor of V ansi* where any owner, o"nO".or' agent,of m or

bUt1 Jj shall be thought necessary by the Sec. 0. Be it further ordained, That all WVlt, That from and after the Brit of improved or unimproved reel estate, who

a, J Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels I vessels arriving through the West Pass,and- June next, it sball and may! be s'awfutytor I shall oo oath,before the Major and Alder'moq :
si intercourse 1 the East end of the flocks sad say that bis estate has been too birLlrAno
perform quarantineno Dry ,to the Westward every penon, being a r'-, ze.. or la- ..cd, It shaJt be the
whatever haU'Us neUl with' the City or Island of Sand Key,bearinglOUlh-wcs.,shall I habitant of Key Wot afoi ssad, to keep and Aldermen or a duty of of said tbe Mayor

of Key West, but by permission and pay full pilotage, but If. not spoken until OpeD in said city any bilIV.s rootnor room to proceed forthwith quorum to ftuea* such estate Board

under the direction of the Mayor and passing the aforesaid limits, and being sell to retail oats dry goods or i rote r ies. or beth, to which assessment shall be final. ,

Health Officer, and all persons who shall three miles from Key'Wesi Light,only half on.commz' ..aon. or when appoint.. : Passed May ?|, 183. ,
field intercourse with such vessel or vfisels, pilotage shall bo recoverc l, but if spoken SrtkM fcr 0' of Florida, by auction, O. OfiIARAMayor"
I
ts of sail cUr, upon rccoir- Alexander ,Patterson, Clerk

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:<-r: '
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,f ;, .. dtowt3etl; U"'b ay ira I ercndaftrs j irfciy h)ke ep until said:
"... '" :: l. & ita tft&d cJCe'utTcT'I' Ri'fi and
al IU.NOW 110; S ged satisfied.
; ;-, f'le..gthe beac v, ,
1'If : todK <
'' aCettCt' d cf o 'II'1.'M At AGo IM-.m.: I S rsvjr*; fl !helen1cted* that j(a"7
English litioGS Con T.an C' tt $ 4=;, ; ; ..6:: defendant lnvexecutionj taken a* aforesaid

Journab.r': ,'t lfAr.\"frem; Jails \ \\rill ci**; .' :.:.. Shall not pay and discharge the same with:

_<-" Ia,less.ihan fifteen..'years,from the 'the ofEoglaiid'd' .bankruptcy Vill wflcr- -- HC f'.:ioTth lltrm of five days from ami after the
IHTmaLIG time offevyiDg i upon him, her or them
of
time "said the Emperor Napoleon Kings .
present spread tho world, overwhelming "Iran' WcU CX'ectlcin fts afojcsaid,it shallinit

to mo ong days !asjwo stood.vicwing the sea, and aristocracies,but cementing tho democratic : !',6, >K Y Wkss'J\, any may be lawful for any elutes -executing_ andlevying
from a rock which: overhung the road, "tin interest as it flows. Trust :me, Las > such, tit0.....A JK iris th- ale Of

whole European, system will be changed Casas,that as from tho vines planted {lu the ARRIVED SINCE::'OUR. LAST, the eery ces'el"alts ii'. !\ dan 'o Cfcndants. .
revolulioiv xill""- succeed 'revolutionuntil: "Y soil-which encrusts.tho sides of ,1 tn9and Qaoeo l "ht will y aiid ills-

every nation becomes acquainted with ltd Vesuvius, the most 'delicious wine is:uby> June. A IB1oop,teen,' 'o.rahhn.Uayan. '.,.... charge fetich execution, wjlh' tho \nec; :;..

individual rights. Depend upon it, tlripeople tau oo, sp stall the lava of whrctt 1 .scejci I baltnat., pavan ballasts cried and accruing" -S'lcliiscryifci Jbr
Parks ,
of I&jropo will not submit to bo ga prove to be the) ,only soil inVhfcTi the, ,Jrco 4.Spanish,Waop.fichr.MarianeU Drcid} CaWez, Ilata'via tpt the t shortest space shall be of'pos time(<*d;which.at two of said inoVc dd-
. veIned these bands of Betty sovereign..these : \vill take firm and permancn'root. ,
by of liberty merchandise to Ji CotlrcH & Co. places in, :the 'eon tty where such 1
__ aristocratic cabinets; I May it flourish for agent You, perhaps Sloop Azclia"SawJct,Nassau,N. P.' silt judgment public' shall be rendered. ;1

I wai'wrong i in re-establishing the order 1 consider these sentiments strange and,unu to J. Cottfcll & Co. Sec. 4> Bo it nirthdrBha'cted'Tkltsltchtale : '

of nobles in France; ; ,but I did it to girt sual j they ore mine, however. I waSp rc-, ; CLEARED. Ihall btt taker place before the same .."

splendor to the throne, and 'refinement tc publfoan, but fate, and tho opposition of June 2. Sloop Eden, Bramaiulive Jb.vana. hall have bfeen tfdvcrtiscd' ten days ft I

the manners of the people, who were fast EuropK made mo an Emperor., I am nor fih to master. hall be by jAiblie auction, at tbd time and i

Inking into barbarism: state tire revolution; ,a spectator of tile,future.! 4. 'Sloop Dread,. .Park' ,' N sties b)1doOi Mace designated,id'ath advettiestent.Sec. : '

The remains ot,tho feudal .system tvtll va : tnerchandizo to maMer.RESPECtFlJLLVuifdrrnSi.8.. ..-" ." .. $. Be it enacted'lliatanf, iJ / 1'
I I __ "egro: r.m tattoJ sgtd.as afbfa ,IllaU for .
Jof: The FlofidiihiFLORIDA :
the
Dish before IUD knoWledgpeople From the, -
''IC site
the time lor'whith. ,tr they bS i
have only to know that'all emanates PLANTING -- NEW'ADVERTJSE, .. '"flTS.' .. sold, taken' anA held '#isllavta: or slates may, and I

froVtbcriwelvesfj in order :to 'II asstrt then Mr., WILSON" will, please' to ,Insbrt I the\ in all respects ,liable tb thb tamti penalties

right to a chare irt their respective'' govern'amentS. following statement of facts in his paper-.-' Jalbe EM ,;.. : and ttcaIft nt,.abd btJund.to1 perform aor

.' This will be the case' even' 'with sustained: by the most satisfactory se" 'c'e Which his,beror their owners mayrequire
they can
the boors of'.Russia:: !! { yes, 'Las Casa,you .in,the: same__manner, as;; slaves arc
.but ;I shall'll be p'rooflMr bouhd.6Cci: ,
may live to ttc the time ,
I F'ort of Ciiipota had the it Atrtlier enacted That if
cold in when that colossal, bill t Sac 6. ,06 a-
til-cemented my grave empire, will ,be split into a; hundred and three'acres of cane< parts of JiLUII ny iTrtJiB hbgre! "oV mnlatttr,,sold,for,-a term of
'
From this ho'ciit Safiicwmt time tfs aforesaid .shall" : from his,
republic his last cnip. ( : (friends run-away
perhaps asIhcre
many sovereignties and from the restdue her or their owner or owners,'!ucI. person
to plant"fifiy acres, he has
std tribes\Vhieh tornpose if.. : before
of color npbtt fcummUfy trcrnypUfnt any -
ho made one hundred anti twenty five tlroti- Private"Boarding Ilou6 on Indian )
ti
of opened '
After a"few cote 'prospects Europe,, tif' tile shall and be
peace;
may
Ms Majesty thus continued: "Never 'was sand pound,or ono I hundred and t*tnty. Key, and will pay every attention in I condemned justice to servo double 'tinio ''for

a'web more artfully woven'over a nation five hogsheads of good mcrdiatjtnblo! sugar, Iris power to render with satisfaction, their to those''- which he, she or they, shall tiave n away;
Vrlfo favor him cornpao'p: :
and fourteen thousand gnllonsl( of rnblasses. may ,
: VfhTch cohiplatnt he made
than that horriblo debt which envelops thepeople Ills terms are moderate... ;> ummal'rt may ;
to the extremely severe weather condemnation br service nwarded.by
Owing and more -
of England. It has'ccn the means *
,
11- 1032. [& ItNotice '
April .
of enriching the aristocracy beyond all for in December last, which ought a great deal ,any jtittke'of the.peace, as often and
in glib field and the "as long said free negro'or mulatto sold
it of Ids Cane standing aa ;
in whilst 'has
mer example any country; he : :" shall contanue'to run-away. '
stibseqdent warm spell, was compelled I
ct lhoame' time,' aroused many powerfulfriehde .Sec.,7. Ahd be it other enacted That
info molasses acrtft
to the Government, as there are-:individuals '. of tfjrirrd fliscanc.:: up Ho'had in twenty-five addition to his i weeks after date t will,apply tb tho this act shall" be; in force,*from and after i its 1
receive interest for that SIX .
who money of Iho .Couhty Court for letters JidMiji .
?
so extravagantly squandered to crush cane, ,45 acres of cotton, which 'yielded administration on \bo estate of the late 'Passc'd'ao"23! l832.3Pprovcd., H' eb.4
bales 100 acics in corn which -. .
about 20
,
liberty in'other"cotmtrtebut even. that << Mr.. Michael 1832. <' .m -
must have an end(some Accidental 'spark returned 900 barrels-200 bushels of oatsTromSbncrcs Mabrity.VM.. II.'tiV.t LL. '

,will ignite the.combustible mass,and blow ; and from'lftfccres hr {iota- May. 23, 1032, ,_, 38 tf.V. CITY ORDINANCES.' ..
toes he madol'4000JfUSb' l!. In making No 1.
tiiewhole system to the de'U.IJr the ORDINANCE- ;
MASTER'S
61
this he worked 30 hands! 10 of wlwm QUAHTEU To ISu'UanceJ'm" ,thc of Kef
thighty debt were:.duo to foreigners, these crop Ct..PiCE prertnt City:
were employed In building&c. until it w.is West.
cunning Islanders'l would not bear the. bur- .
den ,lour but'would,'bu. some pretext necessary to saVb the --crop. About that NOnTIlEASTcornefbfF' :A. Browne's Sec. J. Be it hrttainctl) by tiie,Mayor ami,

,un" break; 'with their creditors, and time he purchased 20 additional hand?.- Aldermen .the Cily of KCy W.feii;in Cottu

brother laugiitttjtheir.'cretlulity but ther owe the He used a vertical or perpendicular ,mill, Key )l
'individuals: 'anion; themselves, wonted by four mules;; and whilst Jitf had) a&tnbtliy of the same4; That from and;

money to to the 'pleasure "' five boilers employed made, five hogsheads Sakl-Y6 nfl .tlio ,1&8sing of this: Ordinance,
en
arid)-arc therefore likely joy;:
of the, i interest for generations a day. One of his boilers .our?tcjJ after it Mall ,Le ,the duty of all house-fccep

paying' too has' .atJcbt--- which he mttft bat four:' .1velmulcli E&RY GODDARD & Co. informs ers, to,put at !cast one peck T.ime into
come: got
to France,think;to maintain themselves 'were employed altogether- -making three .II.: Ship Masters and tho'public'general. tllbrnvy ,of ,the'house they inhabit, onc'6

Those Bourbons J 'sets' or relie The mill' was fn-qutntly) ly, that during the summer months they can every t\vo.\vecks, and every txrson faifiujr

on my'tlirone, Ijy" borrowing' largely stopped with a full head bf juice. Out of be supplied with first and second quality or rcfifeingtb;;comply with the'provisions of

,; of sthe present 1 generation', in i order to"J layheaVy ;: hands employed,about 20 were fellows PILOT & N.ra V Y"' BREAD.Ke tlfeOrdinance, shall be fined the sum ff
tazci:on tho:next} ami'all fu tu re. :101 mill boiler&e.ahcn 23 lfD& 23 tf Dbliars'ffor.each
bflieve that the ? West, May ,. Two oflbn i.
But I know,the French too well to supposeihatsuch
cast about $4,000. Sec. 2. Uc it further ordained That it
put ,
a,system can bo ,Jong't01eratcd: up supposition,will, !k I shall be the duty of house-keeper U>
Tlia' cslimaffy pn.lhis every
:
I know that they! have too much, affection} BOf.dingM
'tM.s' keep the yards und cncloaures; under their'contrpl
their entail them ,
for offspring to Upon a national
'debt like'hut 'of' however 12J Hhds. ni,'5'cents 1JOUoo, ,Cfjrb'J.4 and.1le. .privys,and other outhouses -

England, galls,, mojawes 3d c1.,4 ; iOO'1 in them,clean and in, good prder: ; al:o,
artfulRC.1 .
No,ho!;!my. subjects;' are. : too stlilrpslgh1.cd ; 20, bales of cottoajlt. S 25 per bate, : ,J itst least, ali once be the every duty month of the, to Cty'Marshal visit the cnclo-, ct

alloW, tho accumulated for
to : property
; of all houses the of West
910,4&OCONTRA. Jun. bas remotcd surys \ City! Key
their children to,be mortgaged to pay ,the ns wnpi '
Caltc de'IOI Officfoa' io No. 0. and see that tiie same 'arc: clean, and the
and English for inyading them from
Russians: ,
Mill & 'first cost 4,000G out-hauses in good order and whenever he'shall ,
.C.
and for restoration of tho Viell6 Cour CallflObripii
t 1"32. 1tf, find filth or dirt which he
les Imbeciles who: insult 'them!- Havana, Jan. any may
.tbe will after'a; .time may;male comparisons ,Clear,profit on sugar,'&c. $ ,a 50 deem )p judcil1t.; .to the I Irtialth of the wits;

betwccn'ttent.and.me;"they'\vill recollect Or'jj 130 to the hand, counting the fifty. HENRY J{. NE; 'C03l ,' lie filial notify tho person or persons occupying

that the expenses of my government were [Note by "'e"Editor.]-In making the WILL attend to any AGENCY <* the enclosure?,or having the control
'above estimateveobscrv6that the entire Business i!'at may of oftfiu&ime renibvcthe said filth inimcdiatcl -:
i during the warthat my I ,
defrayed by impost be latnistea to him. Oflico and bore & nnd failure of tire offorcsaid
Franco nothing-2-that 'I left)her cost of the sugar works is do lJ te,1TJle |, upon person
cost .
wars : Rooms in the: Warehouse FIELDING to remove said filth it shall be thb
4tJOO and wear.and tear ,
i interest $ ,
not one N.poleonJn'd t-bUl that Ieh., ; :The on A. BROWNE, Esq.
tithed her territofy. Bucti!comparisons will of+ the machinery! _may be estimated at 20 Key-West, Nov. 1C, 1031.' 11 tfJP. duty of the Manilla! to have the same removed -
t41tc11 ilbduttt d from ( the cost of the liable[ to'
KOO > a person
Tho
not be favorable. to: tho, Uouroonsi, percent day 'I I ,
French will cast them'and.tiierr deW from ,10,9 SO, 1 leavesJlOjioO, or 200 dollar to remove the sasipj and evcr person failingor

their shoulders,.as my 'Arabi would any i the handsupposing that tho;vhole of,tlnjui c. Qr eontlnitcgto ner refusing lo rcm
,who should, dare to. mount him. I had been' employed ,thfe.'ehtird yCar,;. hidi required by the City Marshal.. ,shall, trt addition
stronger
'Th nf if my, son;be in.;existence,hoAvill bo was,|iqtjtho, case.THE ., :,:< transact General Agency: to the costs of removing the panic,
seated on.they thrones amidst tlioaeclamationstof : r Mend Commission Busmess. be subject to a fine of five dollar,and costs;

the people if he be :not,' France .. 'GAZETTE.'- Goods taken,on Sturage.&c. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That
when privy which beerectoo: upon
for' other any may
Ivill'go'hack'toaltepubicf, no .
:
Ho will always bo happy to receive
and
within the limits vof the City,
lot ;
Land will dare to seize a sceptre wilucli it KEY ')'EST any
: and execute all orders la hit! line of Busiai
.cannot wield, TQ' Orleans' branch, tho' .. :'shall, from its situation' or ,the manner.in
WEDNESDAY. JUNE, 1832V !\ .- which the same is kept, become generallyoffensive !:
weak much ,of
jaro too : ,,have too March"
amiable, w:.=: __ Key\Vest. 28th 1831. it shall bo deemed<< a nuisance,
--- -- !
other Bourbon disposition, ..and will
the ; I. '
: if do ,not choose MODIFICATION.. ,OF TIIE TARIFF.ltappearo' I and the owner, or occupant the lot, or
they
share the same fate, '
McLane control thereof shall
'citizens under whatever: that the lion Louis 'BLANKS tho'person having the :
to live siroplo ;
takes place.1 his presented at o'iil to the House of Repre ,rc oye"thc same to such,place A the said

change the sentativei, which, according: to the Richmond ,AND prcmftesi as the Mayor of lie. Corporationand
few 'ma-
Here Emperor paused for a .,twb bluer members 'may-deem most

ments,then waiving his hand;ho exclaiti-l i ,Enquiier: n likely to meet If the'viewsofinoderatarnenof this hen JOB 'PRIMT.lNO: proper;_iuid bjkin'the refusal to'fTai1ure'1lueh >f
beam aliparties:
cd its an animated tone, his'dark eye } OF ALL KiNDS person to remove' :'the same_ shall o&
enthusiasm ofinspuation-- fact, Mr. McLane will deserve the gratitude too
ing witfrjhe: ,lawful for thc'City Marshal l, to remove
"F/aucoodco: more a republic, other coun of his country,and will have established NtatlJ, c&tcuted at this OJtct,, I same at the expense bf tiie"party refusing,

hues'\ itt follow her- ,example Germans, for himself impeiisliablo fame.,. :-How and the person so refusing shall bo.fined the

Prusians, Poles, Italians, Danes, Swedes. narrow t'sel&sh and !mean{ the spirit, which, LAWS OF. THBTERftltORYOF. FLO- sum bf Five f>ollar r

and Jtu".lIiylt1. ,join tbe,.,ciiisado of liberty appears, to actuate some of our aspirants after fl1A. Sec. ,4. Be Itfurtherordained, That y

!' They -JyiH arm against their sovereigwi political fiinc It cannot be called ambition A& Act to provide for the collection of herson subjettytn<< this Ordinance, and fail

who will bb ql''ad, to-niako: concession \ -the aspiration of tbO ambitious' ,Judgments against free negroes and other ing to comply with the same, or refusingto
order
in to
of some of thew : gbts, ,therein named. ttoiS br fines in
1198 but persons consequence
-crthera.as sub 'man is, 'Giverd, to in after dges1 \ ;; pay any
;preserve a.minor authority u< ,these creature of party borne for a..short Be it enacted by the Corcrnor *rid |.cSIllative Uiferfeof: execution may ,be issued against:

jects; they will grant them rt. ntlI'C time the stream of public Opinion, like;; Con ci)at tho TeHitoty of Plot I. them by the Mayor,as in case of judgment;
chambers, and style themselves uj nstitu.tional upon when any person shall have obtained Passed 28 April, 1832.

i ICings, possessing a .limited ptJf t.. the airy and unsubstantial bubble -are: destroyed a iodgWeat against any red betfti or O.,, IIAUAiVtfyoi.'
the next ..an.b .*-, free mulatto, Indian ,
Thus' thefeudal system will receive 1deatlpb1owl by succeeding! excepted residing Auex AXDKR PAI TERSOX,Citric,
> like) the.tutck mist of the '.;: reputatoo! of tbe trli4'patriots-of him within,the limits of thl Territory, it shall -
be lawful for of the
coon,it will dissipate allhq first appearance: who o:'.!lf seeki bit codatrrt good and: ,who for the clerk of any Any justice court of record peace in which, or ORDlN: CE14a:1ti .

of UIQSUU.' ;of liberty; buttiling f will toot I in promdtL'iff ?bat, loses lip\ r self, is like 'such judgment may be obtained, to issue I Tb regulite..Strpets; sad remove ebstrGG t!'

end there{ tllybce 'of fC>\'olutlonvttl! .tbe Gryn-seatad roc'--eplost ich: the angry capia ad respoadendmo against the defendant tioha frbm thb 4am ti
:
poi Blind' still, at this point, the 'Impetus billows b
will lie,increased in a tenfold ratio,and the may' and oil leas. .10 the condemnation moae) in said judgment of the City of Key West.in Cotin-

:potion. will be-,accelerated in proportion,; ,' coil bmckttpoo.<<: thewielves adjudged. togothtr with all costs tberegataxed. cil assembled,and it is hereby ordained by
\
', polish tu base.
the authority aforesaid, That no bouse,
of their
r When the people recover a part 111'.- S c. Q. Be it further enacted That it building: or enclosure shall remain or encroach -

rights, as men, they .will'become, elevated and 'C.nO'AL'I'--oD TLqrti1 last, the a\'st, I shall be lawful by virtue oran,'execution issued upon any Street, ,and every such obstruction
with the victory they have achieved aforesaid
as for the
SeaVmaa officer executing
jest as JOHN HANEY, A British shall be deemed a nuisance,
Caving tasted the sweets of freedom, they the said execution,and such officer is hereby ,
trill Jxworoo cjaranjo43 fAr 4 J larger rnortion.: attached.to'the Sloop Bptrmacctti,was required, to levy upon seize and take Sec. 2. Be ,it further ordained. ,"stwhen

. Thus wiU the Stages aud Priucjpaties| of going on board tb Schr. Pixarrok' ) he was, I'>'be body of each defendant, against whom any Street or Square in the CUr: ,shall

"Puropo be in 9 cojatioual ferment }>erhapso by the breaWngcf a plank prtHpUate4 to* stfv" teciitioa mar bar issued, and such .L bo obstructed as aforcsid, end tomrldctofiuQpressed :



fiamesiiall: bo made: to, the Major find without first obtaining saicl .1Ttliu! n\\!! after: pissing: did cfortsald limits, shall to"exctnpttd Inff aliccnift to inch oflcct,for the nndetl.e time tantf of:
: being
Aldermen shall be tlie duty ofsaid board be liable to perform. hesamtquatinttneas'may frotS ftying pJlotage .i**,, and seal of who the fs.hsrtby clerkk authorUed and required -

to appoint fit and, proper persons to examine be imposed upgaJl "feastls'and car.Seo Sec. 7. IteiUfurtlMjrordarned) TharallPilots said city to
nnd report t((6 their, if tho eM obstfuc- gOC. f"h; : who shall Ming a vessel into this the and provision hereinafter ut forth. *

tion ought to be reniovpdf and lyMJ0! :: ..JBe it ftttthefordained, That this ,shall' be entitled. carry her obt units Sec. .!2. Do .H*ftmfcvr ordained, That
j' moval of the.meis recotnmendcd/lJ.i i id"- Ordinance shall .remain'.i in'full force, until commander can skew good anti sufficient, pyxviour to the nlnff) of any Inch liccnye'

persons, llie Mcyor shall order,thCdSame to expressly repealed by'iKts Board.. cause to the contrary.: Any te arriving ai iVJ crein contemplated 1M directed; the

be removed by 6 bar k f or ,4>ecu ant of Passed 28 April. 1 032.0. at this Port without a Pilot, shall have liberty cause tog nr.for the tlie ame'said,Clerk Lall paj fof.llioof $or

said Mding/and a':copy/''of sue TM..IB order ., Q'lIARA, Mayor to depart ,without a Pilot, unless: tho ,the:".pald d city unto, the mm or umsYollflfr-: '-

$ LF! Jio City Marshal served upon ALEYtND3n: p mRsOor.Clerk.: '"Captain should wish ones :fnlt n+(!; to twit a 'r:'n Dollar for every Billiard
.
of such building Bee. 8. Be' it further ordnincd, That
the owner or occupant for the retting of drt goodt orgroecric -
Tablet
r Jffl1a, JJe it further! ordained, That if OIiDJNANCE-No. 6. each an\\every Pilot wishing to obtain"abranch .,Ten Dona,*--and if botfc, Fifteen

,{ ,i,'the owner or occupier pf tIle said building shall make application! to tho May' Dollars; for' { bl auction, on tho
\
." shall fail or refuse to remove tho,same after ,An Ordinance to 'prevent within the the limits shooting of or, and '.Aldermen, and "bcforo. 'ho obtain gross' amount of sacs pno quarter<< 'one
of the
,the service of notice as aforesaid,it shall! City FirB-Armt&c., of Key:'West; such,"he, the said applicant, shall, undergo pert centumj ''and each and erery commissionsmerchant
to the duty,of tho,City,1\Il\l1ihnl\; ho is an examination before a ,competent Committee shall pay tho sum ot.Fifteen: 1>01-
it
hereby authorized to,}have.the said,house Sec. 1. Be, ordained 1 liytho Mayor to constituted, by; the Board, to lars per 'annum. '
nuisance icmovep from and Aldermen, of the City of Key West,," examinb feilch atplicantand if he be found Sec. 3. De it further ordained, that Any
building ,or |
f any
t I in Council assembled it is and keeping .billiard
,and hereby ordained every person open my
and the of it shall be the of the Clerk :
duty '
tho Street: or Square expense I by, the authority aforesaid That it competent, room feV; retailing any drjf I go D<** or groceries
tlio thall, ba paid! by the I to 'a Branch'to such applicant, and
removing samo shall not be lawful for within grant orielUog any goods in toid city,eithet
person owning,or occupyingsucli building, : tho limits of.the City any which person'limits; shall die said Branch shall be signed by tho Mayor ,by auction or as commission: mcrcjitftt,'with
end for. tlse,mount thereof exeulipn may : be construed extending far'rs Elizabeth for which thoapplicant shall pnll lo theCorporation 'out having Ant 'obtained a license for I..chpureo'f'
issue4in caso of judgments. to as Fivo Dollar, and one Dollar shall he, nd lie is hereby made liable -
Parcel 28'April,1832., street,) ,fire off or discharge any firearms to the Clerk t it jsjmll to required of each to'forfeit,and pay fof every such act,and

. O, OfHARA,,Mayor. ofanydcscflptlOn'hate"er,or to discharge and' Pilot, befcro he receives his or 'for every repetition of the same tho sum of
\ crackers other fire every Dollars be sued for and recovered
any works to
or in Fifty ,
tho
i ij their security
l'.iTTEnso Clerk. good
ALEXA'JDER r, Branch, to 'gIVe
whatever; and, any person violating the with costs of suit before the Mayor or Mayor
,. I 'provisions of this ordinance shall- be ,fined sum of One Thousand Dollars,for Jhefailh- protein. of said city-one half to 'the,
,,,' ': : ORDINANCE--Nvo. ,3. Five Dollars for each and offence performance of his or their duty 7* use of,the informer or informersthe regaining .
To prevent the running at largo of Swine or: every Branch Pilot.: half to the me of said city.
and 'failure to 'the shall be
'* Coats within,>the. Corporation. limits of upon pay same, Sec. 9. 'Bo it further ordained, That if I & C. 4. Be it further ordained. That: no-
v- -
\' **y :We.t. 1l imprisoned not exceeding ten days. Pilot shall bring in or out of thing in'this ,act contained shall be so' oo..
Bo (ordainedlry the'Mayor and Alderrncn.of Sec. -2. Be it further ordained+ That if any this Port vessel 1 or vessels carry, for a less tnicW as\lot license the keeping openof;

: ,the City of Key West),, In Councilassembf&1 any free negro, or mulatto ,shall fire off or IUJIh! ''he's'any lawfully entitled to;:to tho any billiard ro&n after eleven ..o'clock.onSaturday'evcningrt ::

and "U is hereby ordained: by discharge any, tiro arms, or discharge any prejudice of other Pilot he or orat anl m during
"any" hey, on ,
the authority of 111e'cam Tb after the crackers or any other fire-works whatever, conviction thereof shall forfeit and to the Sabbath. '
this ordinance he they of- ,puy Hcc. &. Do it Airther ordained, That all
passing of this .ardinaaeesil Swine found contrary or so .
the Dollars and
Curporatiop't'tycnty, over issued aforesaid, shall immediately -
for tho'li..t offence shall be 'fined ; licenses _
running at ltargo'iu ,.jJ tho streets or fending, :
Any ; above ,what the pilotage snail amount 10, take 'cflect', and bo'in forco'for'tho.pacer
within the corporatioatimits of Key West, Five Dollars; and upon failure or refusal to '
and all controversy: relation to any part of of one year from,the 'first of,Jii'nonextj ,
shall be 'taken:into the pofifiessionoriho City pay tho same, he or they shall receive twenty this Onlinance shall bo decided by I the and that for'every kucti license so Issued -

:Marshal, and the owner or owners thereof lashes; and for the second offence, he Mayor, subject t., however, to'an appeal to the said Clerk' shall receive" the sum
shall pay: to the Treasurer of the Corporation or they shall receive thirty-nine laslic., and the Board of Aldermen. of Two Dollars for his own use*. ,

tho sum of One:Dollar, for+each and the same for each offence thereafter. .. ''Sec. 10.. Bo it further ordained That Sec, 0*Be it ftirlherordainod, That from
every hog, Lower, swine.ad naming Spc. 3. 'De it further ordained, Thai any .'person subject to-this Ordinance, and .and after'the said first day of June next, alt
at large belonging 10 11i iter;ortLe a;and person giving information: of a violation! of any free negroes and mulattpes whatever sex',
to with
failing comply same or refusingto
!
tiro shall premise to be paid unto'the City
this ordinance, shall be entitled to one half nay
do ;
their to nptificntiokULe
failing so on
on costs. or'firics f in Marshal the "m of One hoed
Dollap
pay any consequence : r'
the monies Iccted.of the otTen- '
so
Marshal is dixQclcdlo cause thesaid person
: hereby
execution
thereof may be issued against perannum for ever? such free negrotor'mud
hog, sow or !!\vm.C1o.l1C; sold*t public outcry ding. them by,the Mayor, as in case of a judg latto of the age fifteen years or,overload
,
.: the proceeds.of which' sale, after deducting Passed 28th April, 1832.O. ment. '" for, every such nCg1'a:or mrrhatlo imder'Gficcn'years '

the expenses incurred by him, and O'ilARA, Mayor. Passed 30th April ,1832. of. age and.ovor' ten ''years,-:tiroof
the above,specified' sum'per head, he'will: Ate a Fifty cents per anuismehawbtooil ,
r.;j...- O. OIIARA, .Mayor.
the said
thereof: Clerk.ORDINANCENo 4 if Lo received to use of city-for
over to the owner or owners
pay furthecordained'That all : **. ALE ANDEn PATTKBSOX, Clerk. which the said Marshal shall give to all ,,;cia
Sec. 2. De it J't. .
,' and"mufatfaei
negroes a good grid sufficient
coats: caught running at large wtlirri helimits To regulate: the Pilotage# ,(or. the'..Fort of1 ORDINANCE 0. receipt' which shall operate a.Wliceafto fOr
of the City, without being hobbled KejJkVcst.Be Concerning Dogi. one; )'ear'rrom the first dat of Juntr next: ;

I eo /as to prevent their jumping, from and it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermenof Whereas,the great number,of Dogs! at preI and in default of such negroes 01 mitTatfocs

after the second day of May, shall bo shot tho City of Key West,in, assembled .I sent running nt large In the City pf,Key or any'one of them failing to Comply with

by the City Marshal,or any person authowazcxt and it is therefore ordained by West, without any ostcnsiGlpjmncr t is the provisions of the first clause of this sec

by hint.Passed authority aforesaid, That all Vessels an evil and nuisance felt sensibly by all tion, the Marshal of said city, after' giving
.five days'notice thereof shall attach tho,bodies -
28 April, 1832. of War shall be to the classes of the and calculatedto ,
subject. ,>> following community, : of such negroes or mulattoct,"aritl., d-
O. O'IIARA, Mayor. rates: of pilotage: arouse theliveliest apprehensions from vcrtlse and sell the said'neroet or mulattoes -
.. tLt DEn PATTERSON: Clerk.ORDIXANCR Sec. 1. All Vessels of War per foot. tho consideration of. the approachingwarm for Biich's period aDd for inch an arpoTmt

drawing 5 and not more than 14 seasonStec. .. as will pay and satisfy the taxba hereby im-
-No. 4. feet, : : :* #2 00 I ." (.,:"Dc it therefore ordained! by posed upon th.'m., togetheV "itla'tborewn-,
To Tax Pedlars and Transient Traders. Drawing 14 and not more than tic"Mayor and board of Aldermen of said able costs. oCsuch attachment;,.and toy so

Sec. 1. Be it ordained, by the-MayoYand '18-feet,', : ": : 2 26 Ciiyvof' Key .West,- That from and uftcr the doings Ite'shall in every such; caso' 'receive

Aldermen of the City ofKey West, in Council Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet,. 2 50 l tiiinsi, the owner ,of every Dog ,found' over suclsfree'negro and above for or mubtto his own the services auan'of, from Two

the assembled andit aforesaid is' hereby That ordained t>y Over 21 feet; : : : 3 00 ., within_ the precincts of said City arid boTdigfig Dollars, to be taxed jn his kill of'costs.""
authority any person Sec. 2. All Merchant Vesper foot. ) to a citizen thereof, shall be taxed Bee.' 7. Bo It further ordained; That:every -
coining the limits of the of
n City scls drawing Sand not over 12 for the same and e'ery'uno of the same such free negro or mulatto io.ad'crUledand .
Key West, and. not being' resident of the feet,shall pay : : It I. 60 at ,tho 'rate of Ono Dollar for every male, sold, shall for the time being, be Considered
Island and having a Store therein I who shall and Three Dollars for female be the property of the ,rcll..or. 0 ,
All above 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 00 every to ;
sell or dispose of any goods: wares, or merchandize the of of Sec. 0. Bo,it further aIDeeI.." 'h'altLo'
; All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 applied to ,use said\ City Key West.
except live stock and poultry, All above 18 feet shall 2 60 Sec. 2. Belt further ordained, That'on owner,or owners,or agent of every :slave
pay
within the limits of the shall shall,on or,before the said first
City aforesaid, with the day of June
Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or depart failure of compliance provision of '
next to the said
.before.he. to vend of pay Marshal ( r'verllucb
proceeds or dispose
Ihe North West PaS- the section within nine fromthe
through days
ing foregoing
the same to the Treasurer of the City, slave over the age of fifteen years and under
Ten Dollars pay and obtain from the Clerk of sage, and drawing 4 feet or up- passage,of this act, the master or owner fifty, twenty-five cents-to. be applied :to
wards such herein- of shall ho liable l fine of Ten.Dollars and for the of '
except as are such Dog, to o ; use .said ehj-ror which'' the
the License -l
for which City, A'the is specifyiigtthe, object. after mentioned, shall .pay 2 00 one-half' to the, use of said 'Cily said,Marshal is hereby required<< and directed -
same granted.ordained All vessels bound through the North West of Key West, the other,half to the use of to give a sufficient receipt,which'saCd receipt -
Be it'further That
Sec. 2.
a- shall operate as a license for the
Pats, and touching at Key West for thepurposo'of the informer orinformereto be recovered before period
}person cooling into the: ,limits of. Key of ono 'eartrom the first of June next
J letters tho said of
landing passcners
West or Mayor or Mayor pro: tern
who may bo subject to this Ordinance for.tho keeping of,such slave or'slavosI'arid j
obtaining supplies of provisions wood:,or' such or' shall be
and fail to e.ompJyVitti the 'first ,eaidCity'and 'Dog Dogs, in case the said owner,or owners, or agentsof
'section thereof b'll'o 11'nCl'J'wcnty'Dol water, shall depart without being'subjectld liable moreover to be done! away with by the such slave or slaves shall refuse 'or neg

Jars;to!'be recovered before the Mayor the above ordinance; unless the Master"of 'Marshal: of raid City, 'and for every such loch to comply with the :provision of thissection

Sec. 3. Be it further ordained That'a the raid verseI'shall'rogneat[ a Pilot 10''ake.! Dog killed of'clone away with, ho'shall'rcceivo \ ,tho said Marshall hall proceed in
charge of such,\'essel'alJd take her out over Fifty Cents: tho manner directed the foregoing section .
,ny person rnerchandize who I may sold: have his goods. ares th'e: Bar; for which services he shall receive :Sec. 3, Be; it further ordained, Tlat" all ; ,and all the provisions of said foregoing

or or disposed of by any 'the usual rates Pilotage. All Pilots de-t; licenses,such,. ns are contemplated in:the section arc hereby declared, and they
person established and doing business as a shall be intuit force and .
lamed on board'of'any vessel the fourth section of tliis Ordinance operation, regardssuch
,
by request shall be
Commission Merchant in, the pity of',Key slaves; and'all. .such, remedies roproVldeClln
West, shall be from the provisions ofher'commander, shall teccive for .issued.by the Cler" of the Corporation said section aforesaid,;:shall and
.this Ordinance.exempt each and every' day's services Three Dol- said City,and that for each of said Licenses maybe pursued towards such slaves.,

Passed 28 April, 1832: ,''iars per day, over and above his pilotage. he al charge and receive the sum of Fifty 6ec. 9. Be it further odained. That tax

O. Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels Cents from the owner of such Dog or ,'of one half of one per, centum be, and tho.
'
AL1iDEn PATTE&SOX Oit1ARAMayor. shall not be subject to this ordinance. Dogs, to be collected before said'Mayor or same hereby laid on all improved re'1 ,.el.

"r, ," Clerk. Sec. 4.t' Be"it, further ordained, That any Mayor pro. tern for tho use"of said Clerk. tate in said city and one half of pn&
centum all
ORDINANCE=No. 5, vessel having passed the Buoy on the Bar Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any said citJ-ProYlded on !unimproved, said 'real ctUttTin

for. preventinge in trod ion of Cholera of the North West'Passage, I before- leaving License'may be' issued for the keeping I estate shall not be, valued unimproved at more ,than real

into the City of Key West. been boarded by a Pilot; shall not be obliged { i oi.Dogs m with' ,the provision. Twenty-five DolUrs, per: acre) which said
Whereas, a certain disease known by the to take! the same; but'in. case a Pilot of this Ordinance, by'the Clerk.J value as well ef improved aa of unimpro

name'of Indian Cholera, at'present preI goes on board by the request of her Captain Scc:, &;,Bo it further ordained,, ThaJ t if ved real estate,thai) bo estimated and .as
1 ailing in the Northern parts of Europe, then he shall receive the usual pilot. any master or owner whatsoever not tcskling -. sessed oni oath by two disinterested :persons
of the most fatal character, and as such age o; : \ '*, in said City of any Dog or Dogs, shall appointed by this Board.

disease i maybe: introduced l into'our own Sec. 1;., rte)it 'fqrtlict!! prdaine, Thai all after.receiving notice from any member or taxes See 10.JJe ale3 it further ordained, T eat'all

11\ portj' by.,vessels.trading with that quart vessels i bound into the Port of Key West office t o'f this i Corporation, permit! such Dog ..ba11,1t PJ'O" tor bJ the forepipg sp UOD
,
ter of flio Globe, and spoken by a Pilot-Bora Chica bear or:uogs'to, go at large in said City, he or eETect to tleb egiingtwentydayanotip'e owner, or ..... W that
owneR
.. Sep. l.. Do it therefore ordained by i lag North, or North-WeMerly, shall pay full she stall bo liable to all the provisions such estate,te sued for by tL.,;said, agent Mi hat of

flie Mayor and Aldermen of- the City of pi lot ago at the same tats as ,though she penalties prescribed In the second section before tbe said Mayor fayor" proforesaid'reeiive'tem

IeyYest., That all vessels arriving from bad been brought in over the main ,Ship .of this Ordinance. by proper action together with the costa for
ports or places where tie said I disease exists, Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not Passed 6th Hay, 1032. terviaa.uch notice,

shall bo', t, en.by the,' Pijofj,of ,fhe Port '/having: been spoken by a Pilot WOlf!! pas:: O. O'HARA, Mayor. $CtC. J I. Be i; further ordained That

without their going-on board, f id the Quarantine sing tHe above! named limit, and being 3 ALCXAXOKH PATTOMOX, Clerk :r:1a tie II.all.! for their services In ea-

Ground, northward and westward miles from'the'Light House on Key West the ar'd, asse..ing! a..
of Fleming's Key( there to remain under shall only be subject half.jnlotage, ORDIN ANCE-No., a.An .. in wr".i f'Tn Dollars. out of; any 'money

.Ihe direction of the Mayor of the City and but it: not spoken iinjil pay after passing the; ordinance to raise a revenue In and for a P jTreasury, of said pity not' otherwise

TIeaUh,Officer of the Port aforesaid limits, in deaf case she'! shall be the,City of Key West. ropriated. .-

Sec 2. Be it further ordained 'Thattypija exempted from laying: : any pilotage, Pee. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor w. Sec. 1?. Be it further ordained any
Bough of Alderuien of where any owner, owners,or agent
V
the City of
:5 hall. be thought 'necesary by the Sec. 6. Be it further cr.IaineJ.TUt all tV.,J. That (rom and after tho first.' Bey Improved or unimproved real estate "a.
iiil; J lealtli Pfficert that such nase'l or vessels vessels arriving through the West Pass,and I ,June next, it shall and may, be lawful day OV shall on oath,before tho Mares aril Alder''.
wail pert qUi&ntioenointCfCOur.I the East end of the flocks for moo.tav that his estate ha* been
Dry lo the' Westward sny and every person, being s/r. L.- too birblrassessed'
whatever chaU'be heW! with the,City or Isl. of Sand Key,bearing southwest,shall habitant of Key West forraij 0|>1* it shall be the duty of said Mayor
to
and of Kef..West but by permission and pay pill pilotage, but if. not spoken until .pea to said city any bniP'r4 roosrwr, toOmI keep, to and proceed'Aldermen.forthwith or a quorum, of the hoard

under the direction of 'the Mayor and passing! ; the aforesaid limits, and being ,to retail dry rOods Olroceriet. or .th. to which assessment shall to be assess aal.such estate. !t
sell
Health. Office. and all persons who shall three miles from Kev'West 1.lgbtnly half ed by goods tile Gov oa.eomrasuiop, gr'wban .ppoi t.. Pasted May ?|.1 ae, .

I hjj1 1 1J intercourse with such vr sel or vessels pilotage shall bo recovered I, but if spoken ,If Irrif ,TnM 'Ins',ror*_ 01 "* tlda. by auclsoo: rcity o"Jt) nA' 'blOT
o sand fceel-, .
upon Alexander I. ..UerWi1,, Clirk.tbe .
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,.))'It '.< .. I 'P.rt, SP. TV' less formidable thanUhe certainty oft 'I .T tF. money nt the
t, or' Tna" : ,. trampled by those with Whom we have confederated : AND COa[)lGiihAL' JUL ADVJmTISJ.R. risk of the 1'ublisherJ at tl-c time of or.

tl'I'ATErniawt9AND.lf8Er: TIIlUfat3. i at "O IG. L Hence is is vitally important I A Journal of'CommercjlBcience, Liten'r' '- .(derh gtha parl.| !., .It is expected l that they.
.." should be sustainedwhich > lure and the 111 irt Hicir hands
i11VDNINGiJtOS--.rvot! .. that the power retain 10 per cent ( 1'dfu.uQjjunt
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alone can compel a strict construction nV"sriii vid IVedJ.I\S. fjr
.rCC a remuneration
m HR .taBH.hhicDt'in Ctiarlestonoani 4 .
... A of lie Charter, That jiower reside with THE: CITY OAZETTte ft noToTlho,. t ublo.,
idaiUonar I Noiri| ap r,devoted tq the"utypport rer
of itb
of their ben deemed i : 'fitors gapers whom we ex.
to arrest
SATE llightof sovereign interposition tbhit.orif! with few
Under pri
an1'pr
expedient the RICJflTS and rcquesteVf
by change at0 |fgive the above
Ute usurpation of Federal agents The existence exceptionshate1' always been American ) an

of met tbS determination TRADE r\urv.', TUG EVENING of this tight -as ,tho conservative I and popular Of late,years, (ruin neglectmore insertions' and the', III tfrorl, :.,Avill, ':,bejecirroca.>*
'T'
principle of'our: Constitution is no new doctrine than oUuet cause,its influence and tcd. f
Eve- any '" "
POST will be commenced as Daily oi g.
a ) y
; it is coeval with our Federal polity, Dttronairc had visibly declined. Within the I Jan. .1st, 11132,, :q'1--t,
'ni g'Uorirntl.Ql noon as the >requisite office, I I : ;, ,1L,.;:: .
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and asserted its founders and contemporary "
ia.rfthIf'Bm.ntt r.___,,_'he_ comDtetedl'_ __. __ __ was by : last year however,the present proprietors, The
u is
.. 'The tenets to which' the ,Eve- expositors. This principle having entered upon ft course of policy, following article origin llj! appeared
political
"hing'Post will bo devoted,-are soiatniliar the<< characteristic 'feature proudly; distinguishing moro consistent >with the, politicpf;.tho in this paper(, 1Vccj ublis'fi' it on account

to1' this community have been so long the ours from other Republic not Foderalin South, and having made nuiuefotn additionsto !'of {liavinglaMyJsccn i u copy of it in a u0g.
their elements la the>>latter, a their
of
the mechanical improvements 'ton
popcr'Ylh! 'm:1nr errors and
of discussion by thepress
prominent subject inaccuracies -
Constitution Uin fact, by a symbol of pub. fitting"it out in a new4and: :
.
by
'' =and 1 have been so often and triumphantly with establishment i in the latitude, longitude, and'bearind'of
lie is construed and varies '
opinion, by and sheet'and
vindicated the first minds in our handsome type ;on i1larger ;
by "while in : some f.the.ttght lI Uscs., It is evH
the changing will of a majority ; better of paper than heretofore
description ;
.State,' and in the Federal councils: that it dent if this
it cr'roiieous'st'atement
to our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, and have been favored with a bd follow
is unnecessary promulgate
deemed more
than the following exposition !vhicbisoflcr'ed as a permanent rile.oC action. large and proportional i increase of patronage cd(Jt it will materially mislead the Mariner,

in lieu of a more detailed political creed. The formal ,recognition of such a tight including new subscription and gene ,and so far from being 'guide to warn him

,i Free Trade will be advocated, S; tbedie. on the face of the Chnterwould hate beensuperfluous ral advertising. Within the last year, their from danger, will subject' ''aim'to the very
it resulted
r nr' publication
; of
from the formation
a compact
'lege) or1he people which impartial, justice independent lovc erg !t having ho cession more,than Three Hundred Citizens was intcpdeu: to'guardiVfe' advise( Editors .
which 'new hamcVare with little
from thd rulers of to '
'requires every Country to
publish which
Jhofollowingj
As feature of our polite'teal bo
common umpire* a added. The may
i'm'osfdaily' .
ours is exception, proprietors
in
and as a right: which, ". guaranteed not relied on ag: accurate ,
The framers of that system, it i is of course a political, a ,5 a 'derthe better to merit that encouragement -
Constitution. .
the
by revolutionary right. Farmed for tho protec- it is "For the information of Mariners
venerated instrument ,withheld from the Of which, equally their generally
Federal agents the power to protect manu tion of a minority from lite usurpations of I pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so much we have procured' from the Collector

factures,'-1 restrictive duties ; it, has been the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received from theirfriends and of the Port,'he rillotrhgschedule of Hid

,'rtsurpcd. 'a perversion.of ,the ,revenue from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in connection situation of the IJghf Houses''along the ,

and its cxcrcwe.involfingsectional through the subserviency of those authorities with their office of businessaspaciotft: Florida shore under his superintendence. I
power .
needed ,
the Constitution ,u a protection. Room in wlhich'the'chief PublicsJournals
Reading ,
aggrandisement
oppression for sectional sectional Reliance for that, protection surely wa-,not find their' way 'and arc carefully Cape f7orlaaLit Af.Sationary.! Situated i.

Tjecessarily which,endangers produced a the permanency* :: exasperation placed in either(the parties against whom filed, from all the States in our Union. on the.south point( ( hey, piscayne,

'of the Unioti. It"is impossible that'the Injured jt was provided' as shield.. The Supreme This Tooui is free_with all its(facilities without about :400 yards from theJ|Krach. The

parties can tolerate legislation so man Court being one of the Federal agents,was charge, to all patrons:orl tin Gazette.A ., Light may 1)6 considered 70f clalove: the

ifestly-unjust ,and unequal in its operation. not, therefore; entrusted witii its political regular weekly Prices,Current. in letterform level ot \the, sea, distant from the Gulf

Without first proving, which 11 impossible guardianship.: Nor could bc engine of the and ,upon a fine paper suitable Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing
the ballot box have been
con '
majority-
that tho bcnf fitsot the protection are equally sidered the The sectional or correspondence, carefully'co1lec.ted., 10 feet may approach within 2. 1-2 miles
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross as safeguard. with the most correct estimate of the true .
of the Lat.
Light. 25 47 N. Lon"
minority can exert no ,influence on the representation ;- .
absurdity to contend that the burdens of condition of the markets, and put upon (he
of a sectional majority. Tilerespon..ibility .80, 4$ \V .
the Tariff, press equally upon all. If, Ihcn, most advantageous: terms to all that come
,at be a tag on consumption exclusively as of representatives butsccures; under this class is also issued from the office Light' Ship Florida; i is situated en Ca-
I their fidelity to their respective constitu- of the Their -Room ryfor ':1 Recf "near the sire of the old
iU-dcfcndcis,vainly argue, its operation islet I proprietors. Reading. | one,
glaringly* unequal, and it becomes no ents, and representatives the of a minoritycan where the earliest information may tar had, i in Lat. 35 'Off', j !- -Long. 80 27V.. It

free people to submit to its unauthorisedenactions. effect nothing against antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily ,rffetmgulsntrd, as two idistinu.
interest which
." Much less is it to be tolerated, be the representatives their constituent a- majority and masters of vessels trading to this Lights,are shown, which can generally be

:when fl, evident that,.we'are not only :arbitrarily to may enforce compelled in nttcr by disregard of thseCharter port. To these improvements, they make- seen at the distanceof, 12 miles. Its object -
but that the daily addition, affording facilities to the
,
taxed as >
consumers;
VincvitabJe.res'uU tho protective systemis, The principle therefore is desolating man of leisure' and business, alike hitherto is to warn vessels l : from the dangerousrocks

,the ,.ultimate ruin of the ,Sou the in producer I -that the Constitution is at the discretion unknqnrn SIMMS; &,DIJRYEA.No : and shoals near,'which it is placed.Key .-

..*in the prostration"of'our agricultural intc- of a majority, and must be quietly 3 Broad. street, Charleston. West Light, stands,on the S. West

test, surrendered their wisdom and justice. fj Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island.of Key West ; is iir

There is no solidity in the objection to Besides,except in the Parliamentary trAns. - : Lat. 24 25 N.-Lortg, 82 04 W.; creel
of !
actions of the two homes Congress- our TUB WKEKLY lOUIVINfi COURIER
our resistance, that others arc blindly I sub where. I ed for tJ.'(> purpose of guiding vessels when
frame nO
recognizes N
ofgpYernmcnt AND YORK ENQIREU.
mitting itho evils which ,overwhelming -
to are
the entering the harbour tile directions fir
the consolidating rule that will of a ma ;
them in common, with ourselves.- -
which follows the
are as Urittg
: Light to
This}delinquency ii not our j stifidtiori. If jorityshallgovern. TImePresidontmsybeelected On Saturday, tho 'nth Jan. inst. time
minority (bepeopfe bear N.N.W. and the Sand
by a ; a majority Key Light to
wo are awake to ,the danger and degradation Senators Proprietors of the Morning Courier &. N.
of :States the
representing : W.S.W.
and
bear cross the fleet in
of.,our situation ,it behoves us to' leave York intend lie you
Enquirer
aggregate of whose population arc a: minority publishing on
: about 5 fathom' water for West
run
flo eflort untried until wo shall have repelled } Key
of the whole people, may reject a mea- largest folio sfieet ever issued, !t Weekly ,
the invasion of our 1i ertie.. The Evening Light until 'vithin.two miles, then stocf
,Post exhort resistance sure unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper, to conlain, all that appears du-
will,therefore, to of N.\Y. until Fleeming's Key
you open -
of the in the other House and
people thw week in their It
Ilic,Tariff,: ai the most prominent enormity ring daify paper. will[ which is a'Mangrotc Island'in the Northern
vico versa, a bare majority in- the other
be fine wiih
of tleat"4inpricpnSystem"whichhasbeenbuiltzlipon House published on paper, new type; of tto' Harbor and then ruh
the
reject a measure passed by part fot'filh
: ; the.ruins of the 1)6e' System may and to place it wtthm the reach of all classes
unanimous voice of the Representatives of 'fhe best anchorage Is in tin If
tbequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if of the community it will be affwded upper part (
) tho.States in the Senate-The })President! a : the harbour. Height of the Light Honse'flom
..established as the settled: policy of! the conn- his I to subscribers at the reduce price of three
single individual, put veto'on thodeliberate ,
may the level of the 83 feet,C incites
the end cither tlfe bondof tea,
sever
.try pmt in
act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per aim urn, payable altcaya in ad-
and Lifflit i l
Consolidate
Union;or melt dowg tho stationary '
'of the Supreme State Sovereignties into(tone limitless, irrc- 'Sand'Key Light.-Revolving once in
not bj election but by appointment, may In consequence of the oilier Daily Pipers -
ible. Tllc'rrYenlDg' Post ) '
,*pon despotism set aside the concurrent enactments of 5t seconds. It Is the l!cst Light, on the
in New board
will, oppose Internal Improvement as tin- Senate and President. The York determining not to coast -.8.W. by S. 8 1-2 miles from
House power ; Key
constitutipnal an engine of favoritism vessels) and receive their
as news on Sunday,
"' to protect the Constitution could not West Light situated the Reef.
directly on
aj n ourco of sectional robbery, as crcating"a Publishers of the Courier &. Enquirer
have been intrusted to the !
rationally very The Light 70 feet above the srfr.Tortnga.9 .
necessity for perpetuating exorbitantnatlonJt I '
: majority from which the danger of yfofation have lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars
*' Stationar-on
will oppose the Light,- one
rechartering was: apprehended.-: 'would have'been' indcfd.'comiTiitting'the in separate news establishment, consisting
Afth'i United' States' U of the Islands the
nlc..u manifestly
Dry TortugdS westcrnf'xtremiryu'hcR'cafin
near -
kc)s'of the:housc to of one Schooner of ninety tons,
yncon,litiitional.'anJ asprolonging the cx Lat. 2.131 N.
tho safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom one of sxty tons, and the necessary row
istcnce of dangerous and it will
a power;
Long. 83 10 W. ,
oppose the projected disposition of the Sur'fins suggested the propriety locks.' Hie' pow lioats.) This establishment. Is supported at '
wisely left with the several State
ftevenllc.: as a scheme of barefaced, er was an annual expense of Nine Thousand dollars ) .
and dlus'not there
Sovereignties only was
/wholesale briberywhichif adopted,will provided a de5nito- rulo'of,action for the and vessels from Europe are hoarded Key-1Vest

give' tp:oppression la duration co-cxisant Federal Government,buta powertq render at ,sea and their news disseminated throughthe

:.vitb' that of our l1ovemm nt. inoperative','that is to nullify,'their Unautho- country wilh great dispatch, long before' SEG AR TW MANUFACTORY
to
zealous theUnion
; ': judiciomattachmenl '
rised the
and irregular aetlonv they teach Itotbour.

prescribes tho determined present as and the propertrfor So far as a congenialityol'ViewTi fflay exist In its politics, the, Courier & Enqriircr is WTT WALL takes this opV --
malC1ng a uncompromisingstand

in relation to these principles, the Evening is purely Democratic-adhering to the principles of informing -
the Constitution before
for tho Publictijat be
Post is pledged to tho ft te.Rightsnd has established
'
of the
th'q jarring intcrefiHof: different( sectionsarc ,and the and'nsagv Republican Party, ,
Trade ;
8KOAR
Frcq Paartyi" as support MAirtrr'cTonv aft Key West. -
lnst eacb other in irrccon and advocating the, re-election of General -
brganisedag! of measures, to bi '- efficient, must'sncludethe for
ire'imports best
this-purjtosc-
'fjlablc Conflict=bcftfr? blinded ty 'their Jackson to the presidency columns rcry
support'of 'men.' ifs" humble aid still-be Tolacto '
"unrighteous gains, consolidation States zealously\ contributed, 'to extend,the: are,alike devoted to Foreign and ,Domestic, from Havana.Se .-

shall regard .as undoubted' ,right their unduoJnntateJherorC' influence and promote, the political personal advancement Intelligence; Morals: ; Literature ,and the arsof-the: best quality, and of every

f : they ;\iall resolve to'maintain'4t of those statesmen,who,devote" Fine Arts. In morals I } ,rm\vevcr'it, docs description| Maybe) Iiad nit his establishment.O .-

: all haVards'the "tyrannous1prin. themselves to tho'good cause, which is idcn not act upon tlc .creed qf ,Fanatics or Bigots :r, A1F orders m the'1bove lino will!
: ,ciplethat "pnbU<<,opinion, or the will of a Union meet the earliest attention.
; tified with the value 0,11,0. -and,the but on the inculcates those
majority, is a power:aboveithe Constitution liberty and honor of South'Carolina. Iu contrary, May 23, 1832. 30 tf.
of
and .
principles morality
victim inlnino- religion only
nn'&bQforetho sovereignties warm co-operation with, these will be 'embarrassed ,
goaded bejorid endurance (unless the which are formed and goodwill
lity to upon peace
by a personal pledge no candidate -
.very aaplrationsforliberty! be extinct)shall : for the Presidency,' or any other to all man&ind.*tho fruit of which is Loggerhead Turtle Shell.THE .

rise In desperation'and'abolish a frame of office.In tolerance and brotherly affection instead of subscriber* will give a fair pried

government too miich shattered to bo recognised maintaining its ground 'amid the,conflicts "persecution fur opinion's sake. 500 Ibs.-of the above article.GHOftGIIE.WEAVER .

a* that for which they originally slip of party'', it will be the aim of,tho Evening Upwards of Four Thousand topics of I & CO.
ulated;amid which inveterate 'sectional ha-
Post to. the dignity of the L P f -"II T B mi H! I 1 I II II J
preserve Courier & Enquirer are, published
Daily i
,
'then render it "
teed shall impossible'ever n. c. cno2iciiATTOttKEr
Press and moderation under
by courtesy ,
and than Three Thousand
again:: tore-compose and re-edify.; The South the belief that the legitimate ends of news more Semiweekly rRO.Tljf.OF THEy lTKb. STATES'
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion best subserved by firm ; and in the City of Ne\v-Y ork its > .
are souTUKn.v: IHSTRICT
paper OF FLORIDA.OfficQof
will be satisfied,'''Jth'othirig but equality ; ness without Violence, and zeal without In. circulation is:: known to be more than an

end U cannot be denied that by the Constitution temperance'.. With tLc opinions and public hundred per cent greater 'than tiny ,other the District Attorney.Maf .

even if strictly observed,the' slave'Itblding'State's'are acts of opponents,it will exercise the right paper. These facts are referred to, as affording 23, 1GJ2. 20. ,tfNOTICE

.' Once leagued placed for at the decided resumptionof disadvantage. of'dealing freely but it u hoped that no the only commentary the, Proprie IN ADMIRALTy.IN .

rights; they will Abinit! no longer: to a part of its career ,will /ever justify tho suspicion tots can with propriety offer on the qualityof tie case of Joseph Cottrell Co. vs
of the. infamous
ofitscVcn partial adoption -
systemb indirect,, taxation, calculated to maxim that .' all is fair III politics-'* the matter which will IK found 'm their bales cotton, picked up,at sea and

blind t e people to the ex tent and inequality 1'h d m stlc'conCerns oC our nati\'c State contemplated' weekly publication, libelled for salvage in the Shperior' Court

of their_ bn\\eni-and they' will demand will be carefully Watched, and the'policy It 13 intended '!publish J 7,500 copiesof for the Southern Judicial District of Florida -

< fur their laboring lass a representation fully I advocated which shall appear best calculate tho first number bf'the paper, which the Court has decreed that after paying -

equal to that of the laboring 'Usicsdf1"1other { fur her prosperity, safe, and economical will be distributedin different parts of thecountry" the costs and expenses of said prosecution
I half of the residue of the value of
Slaves.' The required concessions one
and one sent to each Postmaster
I governmentWhile copy
iriUb'certainlj! rcfmed by,those by 'whom the ,Post will bo devoted'to .' : V toi State jn order that skid cotton (agreeable to the appraisctntntl1e
tho.Umon\ ,rcjarJc4 but as bargain esti Evening- :: r ?, paid to tue said Cottrell. &:Cp for their

., matedby a calculation: .of pecuniary( profit the promulgation of the political faith set a specimen of tie publication may Le examined. I salvage on the same: f,d that the remainnder
forth in this it will not be '
prospectus neglectful bond pf ati n,
.tipu
;Gnd''OSI' and, tho Jcderalbond.'yiU.be tun.Jcrcd of the practical details of Commerce be held under the

-and forever. The adVocac1orftate and Tradet two' branches of indiutry( which TERMS. subject to the'claim of the rightful owners

nights u, therefore, the only' faithful advocacy must IC most e'ne"ciaU'afected! by the Daily Pajier-----$10 per an.. PaytillcSem. thereof provided laid claim 'tc interpasf a

of'Union.' success of its doctrine*. Great exertions W kly Paper-4 per an.}" inWECKIV within tho time prescribed by lav; an J teat

Wilt a'firm conviction; of this important will bo made to perfect the departments PAPEK3 per,vin. advance. notice of the came be given by ,an, advertisement -
truth Postwl contend for
the Evening ( connected with 'commercial intelligence, to be published lathe Key West
Y ,ie l.ibertr-tbe Constitution--Union.: *' ForLiberty and our tnercha ts' and tradesmen iball find tb:Any person who may obtain eight Gazette once a month for nine months. "

first, as the first of national bles-. the radi st attention all their wmotvandthQwurmeit wVacrihcra, to the weekly paper and remit Therefore all persons having claim to

sinp i,for tho ConttiU.tlon wlateh.lJcures' it gratitude'for.all' their favor*. the amount, shall Lc furnished uitli a copy aid Cotton,or interested therein,.are hereby

j'.from domestic usurpation ;, and for the! Union gratis; and to companies of (teen subscribers, notified and required to present the same
which strengthen 11 i aj,aln,t foreign:: aggression. 11S, whO associate and retail twenty-five dollars within the time-prescribed io said decree*
Without oft Daily $10, annum. Country ,
a rigid observance paper per it will or they will be barred. ,
he compact, he Union must become k Union 'paper, three tiroes. a weh iek, $i, be ni'l< 60 each per ann P1. A. II. PAY, Clerk

without liberty, and the uncertain: danGer Advertisements inserted?t the usual rates. Post Masters,who,havo no objections to Sup Court South. D> t, of Florida.

of EiibJugatioD from abfcadl* infinitely Charleston, (tt. C.) Oct. 3, 1H3I. act as our A ents.Rre requested to receive May ?3. 1C3" ., 33 Om.