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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 13, 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.
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VOC, ;,; I.. .KBY.> WEST, \VJSDNESbAV: JUNK 13, 1832,: NO., 41.:",..;a
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:;, THE GAZETTE... Alas, for Greece! alas; for Greece! 'During one of :these pauses a gloomy tions }re', however of'no avail; i tho Magician

s., ; 4t '" irkTFP: "r : ... )J'. f We.. !never'''' shall find a fit king. for" Greece, ; whispering was heard-deep gravity spread tookhishtstl arid they felt themselves -

,.:' :' ;,.',B..'B.. STKOBKL, :. : "Lance.1 aDS Chabert; O\'f.every (ace-and alter tho lapse ofsome' constrained to obey. Fortunately
minutes universal shout he this timo with
an arose, was content playing a
And published on ? Wednesday by Are both of them 'burning'to'blaze'awaythere
. every I:
t' uTho' Magician has escaped P' stow l'oloncseand thus they escaped skin-
THOMAS N; JEFFKEl'S.vTEIlMS /
,- Like" William' and Alary* on a fl lr- rown ,Nobody could believe it) nobody could free for tho presentWheri .

: -="$j.. per .annum=payable in piece, think it possible-yet every one shouted it they reached the field bcluro tho
advance > With heads conjoined to reign over Greece. the louder for his disbelief and thousands) town, the Magician greeted' the executioner -

Advertisements inserted at one' dollar They never may be! 'they never may be! weft about to turn off to storm tho prison: who, happy at tho return of the Magi
per'square1; for-'the'first' 'insertion'and fifty Satan were join'd to make Fire-Kings for"whs it not quitcjnsufferablo thus to have cian, but not without considerable sensations -

cents to,be for, every succeeding. \ time,' ., till. ,' .,"ordered .... ........- three; their excited expectations deceived-to of alarm, made what arrangements'
stopped *
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No Quackfield Gander,, have been kept awake the whole night for lie could, by bcckohings and signs, to 'prevent
Nor red Salamander, nothing-to have: endured hunger and the criminal again escaping .1'
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POETRY.; May sit "bcr ;sat Macedon'i Great. Alexander thirst, and all for nothing 1 The' lhglcian mounted the pile,and' eat
:_ ., ,, r a 10& ;' ". 1c :if" A wild outcry of fury and rage was already very contentedly down upon it; upon which
.. Ohl had
.. From the T" ; we Sovereigns 'fiery' as these heard throughout tho field when, tho tho constables hastened fast their
:London Intelligence.GREECr. Who might 'insure the safety of Greece! as as
Alas, for Greece! Our hopes decrease,- judges made their appearance, and partly weary feet could carry thciii into the'townto
....* 'We. must look for a king among\ the Chinese to coniiim the sad news hat tho impatient proclaim the unheard of news,their own
IUl'rouo t( :t.IG1r HUNT. There's Dombrowsky I criminal had not chosen 'Io await his (IIIrn- great deeds, ahd the deliverance of tho

A King for Gree'c&(.ar king for Greece-! And Poniatowsky, Jng, and partly with the prudential, motiveof country. They proceeded}.,attended by a

.Wanted.' : For, 'a the'Soverelgnyl1rlnCe recreant( 'Knight for, Greece. '*' *| ,? '.. .Splltkoflis twenty, -*.. .. saving themselves from a shower of crowd oi many t louandtll" to tho courthouse -

'" ''Hath brqlicn his plight And Romanofls plenty; stonesdesired the whole assembly to, pt e when the tribunal'was yet assembled -

Some i say from,policy,some from fright Mastuchicwitz to TchitchagoflTEnough witch cough- sue the Magician> who must undoubtedly, and with loud complaints broughtforth
give )
( a a
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Some''sat a to rule for his niece, ,' Pole and HUBS, ns they affirmed,still bo lurking about the fresh accusations against the knave,
fie hath refuse to be king over: ", Greece. All making a fuss, ,neighborhood[ and could) not .escape the who, in their; persona, had ,nflrontcd tho

A king for Greece!' a"king! for Greece! "". 1'\' With'Germans and Dutch, scrutiny of 60 many thousand )'es. They whole community They were complimented -
Where shall we find a king for Greece : The sceptre to clutch also invited the whole assembly to htlciid on their good services tho arrow
Score after score, ; '''Van Rump,Van Frump on the following day at a still more solemn was placed)'ns a corpus delicti nmong,the
hundred and more Van Beest, and Van Trump! execution of the Wizaid. criminal proceedings..and as there seemedto
'Candidates'crowd round llietTrcasmy door- I There's"Prince Esterb! azy, '", In the twinkling of an eye the whole Lo some difficulty in keeping ho rogue
'For"Athens, and Thebes, and the Pelopo- So rich and so lazy; crowd in motion and in it resolved (
tu
,f *" ,, There's.&. Prince Umilius, were ( galloping o\cr prison was fire ,the pile
V nese-
..ut' r them eager to reign over,Greece: Looking so billions; against one another with a much confusionas without delay:-especially as tho auspU
,And Count Capo d'Istery, ever distracted Babel Not a few were cious burning of the Mngiciun had been
Big O exclaims, "Be.the diadem mine, Famous iu History; induced by thu mischances they ,met >with already engrossed in tho protocol l of tho
1 sprang from the chiefs of an iligant\ tine'l'he.MaLonitee With the chase and took
VVirtcmburg Paul, to desist theirwaybackto proceedings having happened thai 'day,
If to. 'tan'dl'' should swear dare, Arid the Devil and all- thoto'Vllin.uo good humour, tho1, and,according to an ancient and wise I law
I shall ne'er again tit for the county of Clare. French, Swiss, Spanish and- Pied montese, not quito without hope; but hundreds of nothing which had onco been rccurdeecould :
,All of them mad to reign over Greece!
Oh, what will I do bhould Parliament cease!! stain scattered themselves over tho country : be afterwards. altered in any wise
Oh, make. me tho .!Sovereign Prince of Oh, Jupiter! Sire of Gods and Men .. i in search' of the Magician. Tho councillors inarched in solemn anil
Greece!" To thine own Olympus return. again! The constables, well' provided with arms, I high judicial array; tothu pile/will tlw
Dan Bring back Mcrcurious, hastened according orders, towards: a' constables preceded by the assistants tho
.
Now nay, now uayc, thou vagabond I ..
Thy son, though spurious,
In faith, thou never may'st be the man- And Phoebus, and Juno, wood ,where it ,was thought lao criminal! executioner, bearing burning torches;; tend
Thou'lt cringe, and cry And Hebe(whom .know;) could most easily hiclc himself On the : followed by all tho people'who had'remained '
And bully,.and lie, Sweet little Cupid, you road thither they met; a, man with a long in tho town, expectation of the issue.
Yet. shrink from danger! rvl\cne'er it comes Who strikes people stupid, heard, :whom they; at first took for a wandering When they approached! the gnte.,they
nigh in With Bacchus and Venus, Jew, and accmpanied; | part of tho heard from afar a shouting as'of.ten thoUsand -
A Ilion hkulkerin never may'st war, a be braggart the Prince peace-of Greece. And Pan and Silenus, way to learn if he could give them any information tipsy people; and soon, oh marvel.
And the rest, who at School used.to muchto about Magician.' Hereupon lous! their own feet began to skip under
"OJi!I'll be king,and the nation shall thrive, chagrin, us!' the stranger showed them a bow and arrow them) and skipping they went out 'at the '
For I'll make for five! Restore, once more,
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one halfpenny pass failedin
and assured them that ho '
Subscribe! subscribe To thy Clas.icalsbore never gate and saw a numberless crowd of>spectators
Yo Chew-bacon tribe Her "bright golden ago" and her "Glories shooting with them, and could with ,every instant swelled by Ihetitrtvti*:
Give Peel and Wellington each a bribe; of Yore!" these weapons keep off a thousand enemies. which streamed towards them,:nil leaping\
'Twill cost no more than a penny-a-piece, (Two phrases I've borrowtd ,from honest The constables stared upon him, and fancying with the greatest exertion towards the pile.
To buy WiU.CobtJclt thecro\tnofGreece!" Torn Moore.). that they rceivo the features Upon the pile stood the Magician. 'A,'
thou ... ," From fierce Soraski.r of the Magician tinder the mask of the : ho would whistle they danced-keeping''
JNdivjsp"arei" sinner spare,, ..grey-headed. Whiskcr'd up to, the ears- > Jew', began to trcl1.1h'loJ in all their limbs! ; I timo with both hands and feet. All dan

'rho poorman's purse for the puonnan's dinner And From Knaves Slaves, tho wish to lead him hack lii\ triumph to ced who had legs or feet--great grand

And Foois, the town struggled with) their fear of the children and grcafgrand motliers _grave

Tn rain ibou'dstrob it, And, Tools, enchanting arrow} 1 but all of them fell n merchants and fat waddling aldermen who
To mob it, and job it-. Thine own fair realm at length release few inches aside at every step, and _thus a never had dreamed of dancing in their' lives

Thou never" may'st Cobbett reign! thou! wicked Will. And send us a Patriot Prince for Greece! wide circle! was gradually forming around before-and old men>,> and nuns, and noble

Traitor to all parties, all to fleece the pretended Jew. knights,and women-all in one mighty
*A' Vampyro were better than thou: for MISCELLANEOUS. He looked around him and discovered a: mcdly of' motion! Sometimes the ,Magi-
Greece! falcon' soaring high In the air above 'him; cian led them through a reel, and some
it appeared like 'a little black specie in times
now trhougli a waltz now ho allowed
"Oh, I'll be king! oh, I'll be king THE MAGICIAN.A .
the heavens but he bent his'bow, and pre- them to recover breath a minute-and
And the people for joy shall dance and sing; presently
: I. For Lord shall mix A STOHYi sently tho bird fell,transfixed, by tho,arrow, beset. them a dancing with increased
With Layers Bricks, In n small to<< vvn which possessed tIle into a marshy ditch overgrown with, brambles vigor;'at a Swabian jig pr ,a ;
And chimney-sweeps ride id their coaches right of holding criminal courts, there was and thorns. "Fetch me tho falcon and even tho executioner and his assistants

and six:, once a famous Magician' caught-the country my arrow!I" called 'ho out with a commanding wero footing it ,upon ,tho pile, itSelf and
Then shout boys. shout nor jour clamoring\ 'being at.that lime. infested with such voice to the constables, who hesitated streams of perspiration flowed down ,their
cease sort of people lie had been forced to long btt at last the terror with which his limbs at taut pirrilcsrr'rho
Till Henry Hunt is the monarch of Gr aecc! make Tree confession) of his crimes: every
a by voice inspired them conquered, and one of torch-bearers also approtcbedtau-

'Now pale, now naye, tbou vain Blackingman torture; and therefore the court found itself them proceeded with faltering steps towards cing,.their leader incessantly! calling out:,
at full liberty to sentence the wicked the place where the bird lay Whilst bo
Thou: wert fitter far to be of "Lack-a-dayl! Lack-axlay! Did not I
by king Japan; say-
wretch be burned alive.
to wad picking his, over tho marsh
: yet way ,
; Thy Reps and Ilascallions Let not ,tho rogue take his.whistle away W!
Today fixed for the execution lie archer little whistle of hispocketand
And Tatterdemallions upon I dhow a out "
.' "Bravo! Bravo! shouted the Magician,
'With their whity-brown bats and their pew. .drew rJgh; the pile stood already erected 'commenced playing a waltz, short in his playin WeI-
making a
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ter medallions- before one of the gates,and toll tho inhabi. when 101! tho:poor' fellow began to waltz relief to pause the, feet of tin dancers-
como
Fit subjects they for the new Police tanls' of the adjoining country were impatiently about,and stretched out his hands as if to time
when 'ho van approaching the
saw ,
They ncvershall make thee king of Greece! awaiting the arrival ci, the hour of invite his companions who stood gaping in torches intended to light the 'pilot "Dr.va .

'Now tell me the price! now tell me the execution, for, the little town had never astonishment, to join him. Presently they Bravo! Now tomes tho torch-danco.
been dull and desolate as for months all rushed like the marsh
price! so some mad people into ,
Tho
ipon't stand shilly-shally nor be over-nice before During all that period they 'had where they danced and waltzed till their Courage Courage torch-bearers
first and after them or
..No matter how high.- neither drowned a single witch, nor even senses reeled, and their hands and feet ; every one you according
I to his dignity! Only a few hours
I'll bur I'll buy! the whole:
/flogged a pickpocket so coun- were grievously torn by the briers. Often
.Then who'll be so great or so grand as il! tiy had been longing for an execution to'' the)-Implored tho Magician to'spare them, more of ill! But you roust sing also;' .i
In diamond tiara all tho 'thousands who
and'ermined I Instantly .
my pelisse diversify the monotony of their.existence, and To allow! them a little respite; and at weru
rio longer a Duchess,but Queen of Greece! dancing around the Magician began to sing i
and hands) and enlivened and
now feet got length when their strength was nearly utterly
tNow nays, proud Ducl'8SI.IIOW nayc, now fur several days all who could wag their exhausted, ho ceased to play, and they "Lack-a-day! Lack.a>da}! Did toot t say-
:. naye; tongues talked of nothing hut the burningof left off dancing tAll I. Let Dot the rogue take Ms whistle .".71"!

No Queen, but Quean, which' is spelt with ,the Magician; and all who could move breathless and exhausted, they Crept "Da Capo! Da' Capo!" exclaimed .the
an a! their'limbs round the remorseless Magician and every 'bod'yscreamed
; skipped twicer-day out from among the thorns ana the mud; ;
Full sharneful
I ween, and danced 'and danced and
.' It were in Queen pile. but ono of the constables had".sufficient ,
To .booze on Kunh'Wasser proof Ma- Well, the great day arrived Long bo- presence of mind left, secretly tVcarry off screamed, till one sank here, end another
the and bird with him. there, perfectly exhausted, and yet ,again
*'In''i; raschin!- fore dawn hundred ofsmall wagons came arrow along ,
*/Aroint thee Witch!--thy maudlin caprice, pouring into the city from fifty miles,of the The archer received them laughing; he leaped up and danced more furiously titan

.Shall never, O never, give law to Greece! surrounding country, and swelled the numerous now wore another beard and garment! h and ever. '
who had arrived the night no longer seemed a Jew, ,but in truth tho Forgotten was prison and execution.-..
A
King for Greece!--Oh, who he"bet company
may in
"-Yc'Jl just gie the Soil ve ran Croon to met before and wero spending the lime till the very Magician they were in search of: "Do 'They danced till deep night'and in
-The siller's the thing hour of execution in various gossip. With you not know met" inquired be. "You ,lie morning each one lay groaning in his

That' makes.a glide King; day-break all was crowd and bustle in the were all active'enough! however, in tort bed-and Magician, and arrow, and.pile

To sic a (ne pass the raranue I'll bring town; and in J less than half an hour streets ring mo; and this morning you would had vanished. ,.
'Y 0'11 see the haill totile hoorly increase, and houses were deserted, "and the large doubtless hue been very well pleased to -r..
Gin ye'H malt Joey the King 0' Greece!" field around the pile so crowded with spectators have assisted at my burning. The pile is From'The Court and Camp Bonaparte.'

f-pfoirnaye, now nave, tbou pawkie auld Scot ,that bad one tossed an apple up it, yet standing, anti| you wish 'to prepare fur DESAIX.LouisChatlesAntoinq t
-Ti>y knaverie is not to soon forgot: could not have reached ihe ground. .Every to-morrow, the feast which,bas been spoiledin Desaix was born

Thy trick in the I oaa eye won fixed upop ,the,pile, and upon the cooking ,today; well, I will return at Br. Hilaire d'Ayat, in Auvergne, in August
Are far too well known. the motions of fie executioner and his assistants with you, provided you will) promise to )76B. His parents wero 'of noble
'Too..dst"lOb the Exchequerand call it ; while from, lime.to time a distantobserver dance to my,whistle,for I suppose yoU have birth,and devoted for several generations

friend thine Joey,own ne'er! think us such heard aloud noise resembling come to fetch hid back.,* to the profession of arms.. lie was brought

How naye Geese _I rushing of the storm through 'a pine,wood, The constables'could not deny !if l; but up at the'military college of Ealat, where

'That a Fox like thee should be King over caused by the rustling of the crowd, which declined[very earnestly the boner of theinvitation his excellent qualities. procured him the

IT ,:. Greece., again, sunk down" jnto an awful .qfllce.i| to the dance. Tbeir protesta lovo of his schoolfellows. Thot'gh, he

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himself u r t tu is t ,Jt'ra > l) in a ne'sr.intend h m"'d r Sloop Aldrtj! Fish'nafO.na] ;,
best enable 'lil II n ila" by understandingpcV< -/. was '"j CLEARED.;
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tlIC profe98io'n,ju i v } h s cs 'J 1.'lad lrWI_ od, t Mat1 mcf
nothing atCr;i Ctedry 'b ntu Jig thcr'hurt : lin' ,fo..tl of wlthforeiffn'fabrics; Sigh Jean have tt.. Schc, .Daniel Webster Levis, N..V.
.of: the.rcpublics ofGrcccq.andJtomcIlls .., .}St.. crD4td.VIJ.9JeAJ| onument.Vu,er.ect- eCrd'elepsed 4intr6't1II iysietn'l lias"ria' :its' orilrTffTallahasleeTtirTght, St. Marks,

imagination was inflamed by readingthe cd tq the memory of the fallenleto* exalted acts and traits of virtue which .. lcsaix preserved throughout, life great bit more to stand alone than they llv Sloop Alert Neill, Ilavan :J fp
illustrated tho great men In whom hose simplicity in'his cxlenor ,4'-l'pcara.'C, and m likely 13. Sloop James Monroe S. B-'irrows
republics .prided themselves. manner. In stature Lo ttas shorter'lhan were a't that time'ipt'tere--will: they ever New London, cotton.bt J. Cottrell ti o,
be able to stan lr onaided( b1'llie'pa'rran l" '14.'Sth ":'PlouehboY4 :
;:.Such5 was+ 'his disposition,:and such tho 'Bonaparte bran inch. Ills physiognomywas Cold'ApalachieoTat
bent of 'his mind,-when, in 'his fifteenth pensive, and his complexion pate.- of Govcrnrntnll If&ey cannot tow cO+Dm- York N. for B. nfig Pensacola A n.. Eliza Ja'nei from New

year he entered as a sub-lieutenant-in the "Thc talent of Desaix," said Napoleon 4lL pete with foreign ma.n tact, l fI'in our own ed 11th. ,Sloop Jphn., arrived Dcnison 8th and 'sail
Wtn ma
regiment of Bretagne. ,At that early period St..Uelcna.uw&1s always in full, activity.Ho .- country, how;-do they evef expect to con-. from Now Orleans for'CharlcMun, Tirrivcd,
ho was noticed:for his uncommonly grave loved glory for glory's sake, .and.si ud ions.character; and in the wars of above every thin'?. Luxury he despised, market-where they must of necessity PASSENGERS.In .
the revolution he attracted still moro attention and even comfort' He preferred sleeping Brig Tallahassee, from New Yurt_
for a valour combined with discretion, under a gun in the open elf to the softest meet them on
for.the promptitude of.his measures, and couch. He was of an unsophisticated,active bounties tvill be afforded,them? ,Is it: not New comb, Esq. of Key "West, Mr. t:. E.

.fo lbi5olmoJtunvaricd! success., his pro- pleasing character and possessed extensive then high time to.loch to the true and substantial Williams,.Master Builder.for the U,B. Bar-
.racks at.K. W. end Air. Watts
Tbc of Phila
motionwas, in consequence rapid. lIe information. 'l'he'victor JMarcn- interests, of the cmrtrtryt #e *
tlelphta.
and shed for his death,'* ,have been loud in .
manifested so much talent bravery at go tears monopoly-system-men '- ':.. '

the taking of tho, lines of Wcjsscmbcrg; --- their denunciation, the.. Nullification party ,..yam, /\0' .APVRIlTISEJUiftTS- *'
that tlie rank. pt general of brigade. was ;DOCTOR ABERNETIIY.The end their i views:--wjs ,verj'inuCh' doubtif .

:conferred; ,upon him.. Wounded at the affair eccentricities of a man' of genius any thing, which has emanated from that J f
.of Luttcnbcrg hy a musket-ball which' the (feature am Egan
usually constitute most prominent party, be equal in violence to the following .
,passed.through.Loth' checks, ho never quitted in the personal character; and in '
general extract from Nil s' ,Register which maybe
,thofield, of,'battle, nor would ho' suffer {, wherever there is talent of any kind, the scnuinehU) tire
his wounds tote dressed; until ho had ral- some peculiarity of manner exists. supposed to speak .of 'a.-

lied tho disordered battalions. On his' occasion With respect to Mr.Abcrnethy, there/ was manufacturing interest. ,Speaking of Mr. ,

,Ihe soldiers gave him -the surname no real moropcncss of disposition; and) his J M'Lanc's Dill, it says:" 'I. EspEC7FUILY: :informs' his friends
of'fcoguerrfer isans+ pour et sans re- impatience of loquacity and superfluous "On our parts,'We would ratbcrsit down and the in
public general he has
proche." In, .4796 he, served under Alorcau Details from' and coldly 'ca (: l:1t.c the 'valueof the union : that
arose a great degree sagacity !. than and' 'abommablethis opened! a Private! Boarding Ilouso on Indian
as general of-division. He also com- ,clearness of judgment, anda feeling of accept tins'tinjiist:a'tid this- key, arid will pay every attention in
111-digrcsicd conflicting-
manded'iho left wing at the battle of Has- independence. He.neither sought fa recommend British and American his power to rcmlcr satisfaction to those
tadt and had the defence Kchl intrusted pauper feeding pauper : who favor him with their .
hinself'nor win his patients, by making scheme. But,and If it shall may company.His -
.to him. Upon these occasions 'the wisdom of"those'tricks which terms are moderate.
of
any are daily practised pass, through the force party discipline,
April 11 '
and decision of his combinations pointed tit the expense of sacrificing opinionand or from other causes-among hem'possibly r 183g. 32_pIIENHVK.

him out as one of the most scientific fueling to policy. 'HiJ, mind disqualified British gold-it will"soon be .repealed f,y 1iI wCO\ln
officers ,in the Frenclrservicc.. him from adopting'tliat( affectedinter the united operation of at least a million ofmusket attend to any AGENCY 1)r
Profiting by tho preliminaries of,Leoben, est which distinguishes 'many-of tho well- bcaringrrc'em --:whose"nullification" WILL Business,that nay
Desaix: proceeded la Italy. to visit > Bonaparte i bred physicians and he heartily despised.I is extermination; who have: full pow be 'intnlst d to him. Office and Store!
and the fields of battle rendered illustrious theirliltfe.arts.to acquirer .popularity. He er to do'all that they will, in the stork of Rooms in the Warehouse. of FIELDINGA.
'reform. Let there be acc--Iet the
p peo- .
BKOWNE.Usq.Key
by iho victories of such -on army seemed to feel' -if he .
as mentally expressed
'
ple instantly meet in at.l1te" county,
every -West, Nov. '1C1831.. 11 If
and such a leader; and hero ,commenced himself'thug "Here I am ready to give my city town, village5 hamlet, and say to I' .
that friendship between 'thu ,two heroes advice, if yon want-it? but'you must take IhoirTcpTCsrentativc-TniS B1>L.SHALL CITY
which terminated only with the life of one it as you find it, and if you don't like It, NOT uncoMn A LA w." .

'of them. egad (his favorite word)-you" may go about Tho only alternative. .then left to the aggrieved ORDINANCE.:K'o. 1. "

,In the Egyptian -expedition Dcsaix contributed your business don't want to hate-any .. States is, an unconditional; surrender To prevent Nuisances. in tiro City of.. KeVWest. t
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'greatly to the successes of Napoleon. : thing to do with you; 'hold your tongue of their rights, or extermination-sit. .
At tho taking of Malta3itt'tlebat. and be off." In some such mood as this' low ; Sec. 1. De it ordained by the 1\u'nrnnd
tie of Chebreiss,and at that of the Pyramids 'IK received a visit from lady one day who yourselves good easy fellows, to be taxed Aldermen of the City of Key WcsJ,in.Conn
" he discovered such determined bravery etas well acquainted: with his invmciUle : -not for the support or defence of your cil assembled, and it id hereby ordained by

thut' tho commander chief, desirous pugnance to"her sex1 predominant disposition country, but for the feeding and pampering the authority of the same, That fioiuaml

,him.Bomo testimonial of:regard, ,and, therefore,. forbore' speaking but of an'unjust monopoly and if, forsooth, present him with,a poniard of exquisite simply in reply to his laconic "ql1cnes.:=- : oppression bears bard upon you, console it shall be the duty of all'house-Keep

workmanship, .enriched, with 'dramonds The consultation was conducted during yourselves with the consideration that it is I ers, to put ,at least one neck of Lime into

vdicrcun 'were engraveD, "Prise de Mai thoBataillo three visits,in the following manner* : : for the good o/ your country, and that the the Privy of the 'house they inhabit, once

.- tie Chehreiss? Bataillo Pyra- First daj--Lady1 cntc'ts and holds out XJnionls ',"ortlnnore than a tow dollars and every! two weeks, and every person .failing
mides. ,Under circumstances' :great: her finger- or refusing to comply with the provisions oY
cents: So long
as
difficulty, and discouragement, he defeated Abcrnethy. "Cut/" your oppressors lave a this Ordinance, shall bo fined the sum of
tho Arabs of Yamoo: and tfia Mamelukesof Lady. Bite." majority in Congress who are willing to Two Dollars for: each oU -ncc..

-. Marad-Bcy,. and :hereby ,reduced the A. "Dog?" p'erpetuatoyour'wrongs=they wilt tlmckle Sec 2. lie tt further ordained .That it
\vhblo.of Upper Egypt.. In ovory direction (L'. "Parrot.. II and laugh and pocket; tho profits-and cry, shall bo the duty of every Jioiise-kwper to
lie'caused; the arms,of the republic' to triumph I A.uao homo and poultice it." "Huzza for the Union! A glorious Union!" keep tIle yards und enclosures'' under then:

t ; and he had the address, In addition [Second day- finger held out' again ]' But should matters take a different potirso control,.and 4he privysond other out-hous-
td all'this, to gain'the hearts of the inhabitants A. "Better?" i should a'sufllcicnt number of independent ,: cs in them,clean and in good order; also,

of the countries he subdued', De- "L.oiIWotse.." Statesmen be disposed 'to .trike off your .it shall be tile duly of the Cty Marshal: at

non says."that his mild and unvarying A. '"Go home and poultice it again. chains-to leave every man. in the enjoy I least once every month, lo visit the! enclo-
obtained for Mm the title sures of all houses in the of
of "rb City West
equity r Key
't'hirdda: -finger 'held' out as bclbrc:] ment of the privileges which God and nature ,
Just Sultan "How many wise ideas on A. ". .Better'1L. hath Mm-loOk' and see that: the same arc clean, and the
given to"a! mil i
civil and philanthropy adds outhouscs in good order, and whene\crlo
government "Well." lion of ;
musket
tho baron themselves bearing freemen'. will soon. shall find filth dirt which
his .
"suggested to A. "Y most I
mind, when.tho Bound of the trumpet and ever met' with. Good t out"woman be upon you'and''reform": you bl; "exter deem prejudicial to the health o'f,tlip Cijy,
the roll of the drum ceased to give him Iho Another bye g ; mination!" Amen! say" we. "Iet'us be he shall notify the person or persons occupying

{fever of war!!' ca1le
'Such'wero tie claims: of Dcsaix to the successive 'days,when, s milar'lllconic con- require it-offer up the sacrifice; but so of tho same, to remove the said filth' Imme
gratitude his countrymen, when the treaty "\ersationtook'place; long as we bear the name: of freemen, we diately 1 and upon failure, of tlio.' person aforesaid -

'of El Arish enabled him to return to ,[FiriJf da}-Patient. exposing. the arm*says:] will not tamely yield your bands to the manacles to remove'said filth, it shall he die)
Europe.- : (.4ceI1.IJad b 'set foot on the "'Durn I."' or our necks to the yoke! duty of the Marshal to have the same removed

'land 1 of his birth, 'when ''he evinced the A, '"1'see it," and having prescribed a LL We have always thoughtthat the value of at the cost of the person! liable lo

greatest Impatiencdto'wjoin Bonaparte in lotion she departs. 17)our Union consisted in its affording( equal remove the same, and every person failingor

Italy! Ho Was 'ycT. In France when the [Second day-ladi8hows1he .niland'snysIJ't rights and equal protection to every citizen: refusing to.remove any dirt or filth,\\IICIIreqiJired'by
news'of the! uflairof St. Bard reached him "Better,;* When therefore the City Marshal:, shall, in cd-
; its
God exclaiming! ,"Ho "'IIII leave Us 'nothing A. "1"know it." ...., I objects are so perverted dition to the costs of removing\ same,
'io'doP he fravelled night and day until ho Third' day-again shewing<< thc'Irm: as to become a means of impoverishment be subject to a fine of five dollars,and, costs.
was ablo'to throw 'himself into his 'arms. L.. "Well. JA to one section, whilst it aggrandizes another .See. 3, Bo, it further ordained That

Ho reached head-quarters at Montcbcllo on "A ny fool can tell thai. What d'yo -when it becomes necessary to sacrifice when any privy which may be erected upon
,the'Uth of.June, '1800., The'First Corf- como again fort-Get away!" one portion of the States for the good .any lot within the limits of the City, and
sup! embraced 'him'with great affection, and A patient consulted.Mr. Abernethy fora of the rest, the Union has: lost its value to shall, from its situation, or the manner in

immediately gave him a division. They pain in the non; and, holding it up in the Us; anl we are bound, by a recurrence to which the same is kept, become generally
spent 1110.whole. nigh together in converse nir, said, "It always gives me pain when I first principles, to maintain our rights and ofFensive, it shall be deemed '0 'n isancc,

ing about tho affairs of Egypt, and on the hold it up so." '"Then, why do you hold to defend our lives and properly If we are and the owner, or occupant of the,lot, or
the having the control thereof shall
morrow Dcsaix'was despatched' recon it op BO? oppressed-it is a matter of perfect indifference person ,
noitto the road to Genoa: Scarcely, how1- whether remove the same to such place in),the said
:.. == that oppression be inflictedby premises, as the Mayor of the
over, had he departed, before! Metas, 'tho Corporation
Austrian General advanced against the lens THE GAZETTE. foreign power or our next door neigh- and two other members may deem most
numerous forces' of Bonaparte. Desaixwas -'-- l bon Upon the same: principle are compelled proper, nnd upon the refusal or. failure of

recalled; but he did not arrive until KEY WEST' :' to resist both-"etcn unto death.." such person to remove.the, ."le'j it shall be
-o.._ lawful for the Marshal remove tho
tlio French"were reiieating Riding up to WEDNESDAY, JUNE lit 1832. City to
the:Firat-Coasulconatemation depicted on c.;=- ,-- ., On the 23d May ult. ,a. seaman named same at the expense of the party refusing,
his brow be.said, "I.lhinluhi is ia battle By the last accounts from Washington' it WATSON, -was lost overboard from tho and the person so refusing shall. be fined" the
lost."-"I. think it js a battle won,"' said Brig Tallahassee sum of Five Dollars. '
appears that/nothing JIM been done towardstho ,on her passage from New .
(Napoleon. "Do you push,oo, and I will settlement-of the Tariff York to this Sec. 4.. Be it further ordained, That any
questloal place. This
speedily rail) t itt: line behind .- nor individualvas person subject to this Ordinance,.and failing -
you.
do btiieve
Though Desaix bad rode ten leagues with- we that an amicable adjustmentof on Ute fore-yard and it is supposed ate ta- to comply with .the same, or .refusing

out stopping, lie instantly formed his columns will 'ever, be'obttined. We kayo not ten with aCt,in consequence which, ho lo jay any costs or fines in conequencb

,and charged: tho Austrian with such yeteen JMr. }Ic'Laoe't bill, which we noticed fell--he never rose to the surface of tl e wa thereof execution may bo 'issued DgllhHit'them

impetuosity that.they give way in every direction on the authority of the Richmond En- ter. l\rp, Watson is :11Q by the Mayor as in case of judgments.
to halve .
Tlio enthusiasm of the troops qilifeN-it does not boweyce appear to }have longed supposed Passed 28 April, 1832. ,' J

appeared to be revived, and Desaix prepared given that satisfaction which,had been an* to Portland, llainTU adout 22 O. .Q'IIARA,111'ayor*. -
.to act on the'ofFensive lie 'led a fresh ticipatH.: The plain matter of Tact 'is, years of age,'sober man, nnd a good sea- ALEXANDER FAITEWOX, CfcrJv ".-

column of five thousand grenadiers lo meet that the interests of the two parties are so man. "

and check tho advance of Zach; but,justas directly at variance as to forbid all hope of -- ORDINA"SCNO: 2.

ho WM advancing, :.a,ball struck.hitu on their loeelin* on a ground of compromiseand \; To'regulate Streets, and remove.obi'trLqtions .-
} 2HAHIHEI l' \
the bead,and he! fell lo rise no more. TheFwnchoffcial'accouats from Die same..
\ Qf the battle of1lamig4 nothing short of, a dissolution pf the INTELLIGENCE.PORT Sec, 1,. Be i it ordained by the Mayor and
Union will terminate
put in the mouth, pf the dying the matter. The Aldermen of the City of Key West in Coun-
agricultural State ha,re tor some time been OP'KEY" cil assembled and ia
i a message Bonaparte! jn, which WEST. it hereby ordained by
j1 prttMcd 14s.regret that JIQ had done so ,compelled ip submit "to exactions pLicb' the authority. aforesaid, That too house,
JiillO for J Jiwlory; and In that of I be First they coacetf. 'to be gust twd'uDconltitu* ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST building or f'nctttsure'WU remain or encroach .

; iwiltPiifiwert lamenting that lie 'its.l lpotrmo jioual\ ua their bared al'Qe4IUaco bas June 8. Schr. Daniel Webster.,' Lewis, upon: any Street;and every such ob-.
o gyp; but N poleo6 himself been bestowed upon a act df rwiooaryspecuikters. ,Apalachicola, cotton to master. Btrurtion shall bo deemed a nuisance.

flsesuKMUS,+tloK'ho was shot dead on the TLe, patfooage afibrded to the mercbanaize abu. e,Bright, New York, Sec.,2. Ba It further ordained. -Ililt

,pot."! 8avarybwtti le-cainpliavingre-- manufacturing inter rsts) we believed Was I. Sloop James to II.Kv Monroe NtwcbmbH. Bu/rowSj. Har. be when obstructed any Street as or aforeetJj Square la and the compnintofgato City,shall



,"1 < \
IV' .
1T. "
'Ii 4
the same shall I/a made to the Mayor ntid wiilioutfirstoblaiiijngsatu permission,shall after pissing the aforesaid limits, shall be ing license to each effect under tic. Land

Aldermen, it shall be the duly' of saidjjjoara<
to appoint fit and proper pcrsons o,gamine ':'y,.tp'!i mposcd! upon" the.vessels and car. Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, Thai'all said city, who fs hereby lintllor led and required -

and report to them, if the said obstruc- gOCl., ""' Pilots: who shall! bring a vessel into this Port to lame tlio lame under tho condition.

tion ought tjty, reinOdnnd'; if the removal Sec 3.,.Eo,it furtherordstined: That this 6ha.ll bo entitled to carry her out,unless the ,and provisions. !2. ,13o licrcinaftttsct.forth.Sec. it further at.

of the same 13 recommended, by aaid Ordinance shall*emajn in full force, until commander can shew, good and sufficient previous to tie issuing of 8n1alnedI'1' >0asi

persons;thoMcyor\ shall! order the,san,o to expressly repealed by this Board. cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving herein contemplated and directed,tine

be fonoYcd.by tie owjicr, qr occupant oftsaidliuildin Passed 20 April( 1832, 'at this Port without a Pilot,'shall have liberty party applying for the same tiiall pay or

/ and a copy of such order 0.'OtIfARA' Mayor to depart'without a Pilot, unless the 'cause to be paul.un,,, the said Clerk for ihbiwo
/>"shall1: bo by the City Marshal served upon Atn.nF.1\ PATTEKSO, Clerk 'Captain should wish one. of the said city, the mm'or stirns following

'. ..' of such to Wit: Ten Dollars forever, ; Billiard
;: 'Vhe owner or occupant building. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That .
" V Sec, 3. Be it further'ordained, That ifthe ORDINANCE-No. G. each 'and every Pilot wishing to obtaina Table for tbo retailing dry goods or gro
ceries Ten Dollars-and if both, Fifteen
owner or occupier of the ,said building Branch shall make the :
application to May
An Ordinance to prevent the sliootitig ofFiroAnns&c. Dollar/si (or seeing) goods by auction, on tlio
shall fuil'or refuse to remove the same after and Aldermen and before he obtain '
within the limits of tile or' gross amount of sales one quarter of one
tho service of notice as aforesaid,it shall City of Key West. such, he, tho said applicant, shall undergoan per centum and each and every commissionmerchant
be the duty of the Marshal and he is examination before Committee the of Fifteen Dollars
City Sec. 1. Be it ordained by tho Ma'orand a competent shall pay sum -
hereby authorized to' have the said houseor to :bo constituted by the Board, to per annum.
building, or any nuisance,removed from Aldermen of the City of Key West, examiner such alpplieantnnd, if he bo found Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that any
in Council assembled
and it
the Street or Square, and the expense of is hereby or- competent,it shall bo the duty of the Clerkto and every person keeping open any billiard
dared by the authority aforesaid, That it room, or retailing any dry goods -
ortgrocevies
the
removing the. same shall be paid by grant a Branch to such applicant, and
shall not be lawful for any person within selling any goods in said city either
person owning occupying such building, the said Branch shall be signed by the Mayor auction commission merchant without
the limits of the City, (which limits shall by or as. -
thereof
and for the.amount exeulion may be construed as extending as far PS Elizabeth for which tho applicant shall pay to the having first obtained a license for inch

,issue, as in case of judgments. street ) to fire off or discharge firearms Corporation, Five Dollars, and one Dollar purp03, shall beand lie is hereby made lIablo -
Passed April, 1832. any to tho Clerk: it shall! be required of each to forfeit and pay for every such act,and
T O. O'HARA, Mayor.PATTKRSOX of any description whatever,or to discharge i and every Pilot, before ho receives! his or for every repetition,of the same the sum of

(\LEX. DER Clerk. any crackers, or other fire works their Branch, to give good security in the Fifty Dollars, to bo sued for and recovered

whatever; and any persun violating the sum of One Thousandlollars,for the faithful with coats of suit before tlioMayoror May.
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined or pro,,tcip. of said chjr-one half tQ, the
ORDINANCE No. 3. his their
of
performance or duty as
Five Dollars for each and every offence, use of tho informer or mr'rmcn--\Iu remaining -
To prevent the running large of Swine.or Branch Pilot. half to the me of said *
and failure to the shall be city
Goats within., the 'Corporation limits of imprisoned upon not exceeding pay ten same 41ays.Sec. Sec. J. Bo it further ordained, That if Sec. 4. Bo it (urtLcrmdafned: ThiHno, -

HeWest. any Pilot shall bring in or carry out of thing in this act contained shall Lo' o constructed -
the and Aldermen 2. :Be it further ordained 'flint if
i Bo it ordained by Mayor ,
this Poit any tesscl! or vessels, for a less' as to license tho keeping 'or ri bf
of the of Key in Council any free or mulatto shall fire 00"or
Cily West negro sum than ho is lawfully entitled to, to tho any billiard room after eleven o'clock 'on
assembled, and it is-'icreby ordained by discharge any fire arms: or discharge any of other Pilot he Saturday evenings, or at any limo:during
prejudice
or they, on
passing this ordinance,all Swine found contrary 1o this ordinance, he or they so of- the conviction pay to Sec. A. Be it further ordained That all

running at large in any of thtf greets, or fending, for the first offence shall be fined Corporation, Twenty Dollars, over and licenses issued as aforesaid; 11al11' immediately -

within the corporation limits of,icy West, Five Dollars; and upon failure refusal to above what the 'pilotage, shall amount to, take effect, and Lo in (orco?for tfio

han be taken into the possession of Jhe City pay the same, he or they shall receive twenty ant all controversy in elation to anY'part of space of one year from tho first of June
lashes for this Ordinance, shall. bo decided by the next; and that for every such;license so.is
and the second offence ho
Marshal and the owner or owners tlu.J'C- ; '
however to sued, tho said Clerk shall receive the suns
Mayor, subject, to an appeal
Qf eba11 pay to the. Treasurer of the Corporation or they shall receive,thirty-nine lashes, and the Board of Aldermen. of Two Dollars for bit own use. ,

the aura of One Dollar, for each,and the same for each oflvnco. thereafter.Sec. &c. 10. Bo, it further ordained That Sec. 6. Bolt further ordained That from

c\'eryllOg, sow or swine, so found runnntf tat I 3. Be it further ordained, Thai any this Ordinance, and and after the said first day;.of Juno, next,'all
and giving inclination of a violation of any i pei son subject to free and mulattoos,.of whatever ,
large, beloqging him,her, or them, person t with the negroes sex
on their failing to do 'on notification, theMarshal this ordinance, shall he entitled to one half failing to comply same, or refusingto shall pay or cause to bo paid unto, the City
pay any costs or fines in consequence Marshal) tho sum of Ono Dollar bead
is tl21 monies collected of the offen per
person
hereby directed to cause tkc said
thereof, execution may bo issued against per annum for every such free negro or mulatto .
frog, sow.or fivrioc, to lie sold,at public out ding') them by,.the Mayor, as in case of a,judgment. of the ago fifteen years or over; and
28th
cry; the proceeds of which sale, after deducting I Pushed April, 1032. for every such negro or mulatto:umlcr fifteen

the expenses incurred by him,.and O. O'IIARA,11Iayor.' Passed 30th April,. 1032, years of ago and over ten years, the
the above specified sum per head, he will Alexander'j atferson,Clerk. : ,0. O'HARA Mayor. sum of?Fifty cent per annumr-tho whole,
,
to be received to the use of said =
pay over to the owner or owners thereof. ALE PATTMWOX ;II' city for
Sec. 2. ',De it'further ordained, That all ORDINANCE: (). 7. L\NDER' Clerk. which the said Marshal shall give ,o,all such

(roals caught running at large within the, To regulate the P/iotago for the Port of negroes and mulattoes good and sufficient
ORDINANCE-No. 8.r which shall
receipt operate $
as license
.for
limits of the without hobbled West.
City, being Key
one thai
Concerning Dogs. year from first day of Juno nt;
jjo as.to prevent their jumping, from" and Be it ordained by the Mafor and Aldermenof Whereas, the great number of Dogs at present and an default of such negroes or mufatfoe'

after the second day of May, shall oo shot the City of Key WeSt in Council assembled running! at large i in the City of Key or any one of them failing to comply with

by tho City.Marshal, or any person authorized and it is tlicreforc ordained by West, without any ostensible owner is: the provisions of the first clause of this section .

by him.Passed the authority aforesaid, That ail 1 Vessels an evil and nuisance felt sensibly by all the Marshal of said, city, after giving

20 April, 1832. of War shall be subject to the following classes of the community,and calculated five day of such notice thereof, shallfcttach the bodies ;.
O. O'HARA negroes or mulattoes, and advertise -
.
Mayor.ALEIATCDED
rates of pilotage: to arouse the liveliest apprehensions from and sell the said or tnulat-

Pj-Txcnsox, Clerk. Sec. I..AU Vessels of War per fot.'t.drawing this consideration of the approachingwarm toes for such a period and negroes for such an amountas

5 and not more than 14 season- will pay and satisfy the taxes hereby imposed
ORDINANCE-NO. 4. feet; : : : $2 00 Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by upon them together with tho reasonable -

To Tax Pedlars and Transient Trader*. Drawing 14 and .not. oe.tb3n. the .Mayor anu board of Aldermen, of raid costs of such attachment! and for so
SC Aldermen of tho City of Key West, in Council and above for his own service'. from
tho of )
Drawing 1 8 and not over 2 1 feet, 2 GO 12th inst. owner every Dog found
assembled and it is hereby ordained by such free negro or mulatto, trio sum of, Tow
Over feet within of said and belonging
2l 3 00 the precincts City
That : : : Dollars, to be taxed jr his bill of costs.
aforesaid ,
the authority >
any person
Sec. 2. All Merchant Vesper to citizen thereof shall be taxed
a
foot Sec. 7. Be it further ordained
That
coming within the limits of tbo City of every -
sets drawing 5 and not over 12 for the same and every ono of tho same such free negro or mulatto advertised

Key West and, and not Store being a resident who of shall the feet,shall pay : :. $1 60 at the rate of One Dollar for every male, and sold, shall, for the time being, be considered -

island having therein, All above_ 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 00 and Three Dollars for every iciTiale, to be the properly of tbe purchaser.
sell or dispose of any goods, wares or mer- All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 applied to the use of said City of Key West. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained. That the
chandize, except: live stock and poultry, All owner,or owners, or agent of slavo
above 10 feet shall pay 2 50 Sec. 2. ne it further ordained, That On every
within the limits of the aforesaid shall shall,on or before the said first
City day of Jnnn
Vessels
Sec, 3. arriving or departing failure of compliance with the provision of
before he proceeds to vend 'through the North West Passage the foregoing section within nine from
days
the of fifteen
over
the same, pay to the Treasurerofthe City, aml' age years and under
Ten Dollars, and obtain froni:the,Cleric of drawing 4 feet or upwards the passage of this act, the master or owner fifty, twenty-five cents-to be applied to
the City License specifying the objector except such as are hereinafter of such Dog,shall 1 be liable to o fine of Ten and fur house of said city-for which,, the
mentioned, shall pay 2 00 Dollars, one-half to the use of. said Ci- 'said Marshal is hereby required and'directed '
i
( which the 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
further ordained That
Sec. 2. Bejj: allY Pans', and touching at Key West for thepurpt the informer informersto bo recovered before shall operate as a license fur the period
person doming into the limits of;:Key of one from the first of'Juno
>?e of landing passengers, letters. orobtaining the said Mayor or Mayor pro. tern of' year next,
West who bo subject to this Ordi or1e of such slave
may keeping or'slaves; and
supplies of wood said such shall
be
provisions, or CityHind Dog or Dogs,
in tbe said
nnnce, and fail tq corn, ply with the first case owner, oypsRners'or Agents
'
section thereof shall be fined:Twenty Dol water, shall de-part without being subject to .liable moreover to be done away with by the of such slave or slaves Ib.UrerUl ;or ncg i

'Jars,to be recovered before the Major. the above ordinance, unless the Master of Marshal of raid City, and lect .to comply with the provisions-of this

Sec. 3. Be it further That the raid vessel shall request a Pilot to take'' Dog killed or done away with, 'he tall re- section, the said Marshall shall ,proceed in
ordained, a-
charge of such vessel and take her out over I ceive Fifty Cents. the manner directed in the foregoing section
who mldl\'e
try person Tierchandize his goods waresor the Bar; for which services he shall receive I Sec. 3. Bo it further ordained, That all ; and all the provisions of said 'forego

sold or disposed of by any the usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots detained licenses such as are contemplated in the ing section are hereby declared sand, they
person established and.doing:business as a shall be in full force and
operation as regards
on board of vessel the fourth section of this
any by request Ordinance, shall be
Commission Merchant in the City of such slaves and all such
Key ; remedies
M.,are
of her commander shall i issued
receive for Clerk of
byline the of
,
West, shall be exempt from tho provisions Corporation provided in said section aforesaid, shall and
(>f this Ordinance.. each and every day's services Three Dollars said City,and that for each of said Licensesho may be pursued towards such slaves.

Passed 28 April,'1832.O. per day, over and,above hia pilotage. shall charge and receive tho sum of Fifty Sec. 0. Be it further odained,' That a tax

.' O'HARA Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels Cents from the owner of such Dog br of one half of one per centum be, and the
Mayor.AX&X4K&.5JI : shall not be subject to this ordinance.Sec. Dogs, to be collected before said Mayor or tme is hereby laid on all improved roil es

PA.TTEKSOX, Clerk 4. Be it further ordained, That any Mayor pro. lerri. for the use of said Clerk. tate in said city t and one half of,one per

ORDINANCE- 5. vessel having Kissed tho Buoy on the Bar bee 4. Be it further ordained, That a- said centum city-on Provided all unimproved said ,real, ..tato'Ir.

For preventing.the introduction of CLolera of Ole North West Passage, before having ny License may be issued tor the keepingof shall not be ,valued unimproved at more than I'Ml'eltate

into,tbq City of Jee7Vest. been boarded by a Pilot, shall not be obliged Dogs, in compliance with tho provisionof Twenly.fivo Dollars per acre; whicbttaid

Whereas a certain disease known by the to take the same; but in case a filet thin Ordinance, by the Clerk. value, as well of improved sur of "..lmpro.ved -

.name of Indian Cholera, at present pro- goes on board by the request of her Cap. Sec. 5, Be it further ordained, That if real estateshall be estimated and .assessed .

railing in the Northern parts of Europe, : tain, then he shall receive. lire usual pilot., ,any master or owner whatsoever not residing on oath, two disinterested) persons

*" of the most: fatal character,;and as such age in said City of any Dog or Dogs, shall appointed by this Board

disease may be introduced into our,own Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That all after receiving notice from any member or I taxes Hec. 10. Be it further ordained, That all
provided foOt
.port, by vessels trading with that quarter vessels bound into,the Port of Key West, )II officer of this Corporation, permit such Dogor shall,after giving twenty by the days foregoing notice section to that,
of the,Globe, and Dogs to go at large in said City, he or
spoken by a Pilot Boca Chica bearing effect to the owner, of owner, or 'of
9ec. E! ,Bo it therefore ordained by I North, or Northwesterly,shall pay full slio shall: be liable to all the provisions and such estate,be sued for by tbe said agent Marshal

the Mayor ,and Aldermen of the City, of piloagcat( 'the same rates as though she penalties prescribed in.the second' section I before tbe said Mayor or or-pt?f tern,

Key' West, That all vessels arriving fromports had been brought. in over the map Ship' uf thin Ordinance. by proper action, together with the costs for

or places where the aid disease exists, Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not .Passed 6th May, 1832.O. serving, such notice.

shall bo taken by the pilots of the Port !having been spoken by a, Pilot before fUsing O'HARA, Mayor 8cc. 11. Be it further ordained, That

without their jlOlf1g on board, to the Quarantine the above named limit, and being 3 Ar.EX-\'fIJER' P",,TEjMOjryCkr*. such assessors assessing shall fur their services in estimating

Ground, northward" and westward miles from die Light House on Key W st, -' the and as aforesaid, receive
of Fleming's Key there to remain under shall be ORDINANCE-No. 0.An sum of Ten Dollars out pf any money
only subject to pay half'pilotag; in tbe Treasury of said.
: city not
lire direction of tie Mayor of the.City,and but if pot spoken until after pawing |Ibe ordJoBocc to raise a revenue in aDd fur appropriated otherwise."*
Health Officer of the the City of Key Wesf.Sec. .
Port
aforesaid limits, in that case she shall be Sec. lt. Be it
further
gee 2. Be it further ordained, That exempted from paying any pilotage, 1. Do it ordained by the Major and where toy owner, ordained, That
owner
,or
Board of Aldermen agent of
of the
while it ahiU( be thought necessary,bj the Sec, 0. Be it further ordaiued, That all West, Tint from and after the City first of, Key 'p.roed or unimproved real estate who any

said Health Ofln2r, that such Teasel or vessels vessels arriving through .ihq West Pass,and I JUDO next, it stall and .may. be, lawful day for of shall oo oath,before tte Mayor M Aldermen

shall l perform quarantine,no intercourse the Eastcnd of lie Dry Rocks, fo bo \Ve t- an' aDd every person, befog a cdti> a'or Jn
whatever shall be held with the City or bland ward of Sand Key bearing, 'south-west,ball babitaat 0.1 boy .W fit atomto assessed, it shall be the duty of said Mayor"
keep and Aldermen
'of Key West, but by permission and pay full pilotage, but.if not spoken until open in laid city any bilk roomor rooms, to proceed forthwith,.or a.quorum to of the Board.
under the direction of the Mayor and the aforesaid limits to retail dry possess suck estate
passing and being tell rood'Urcerics, pf both, tta which assessment fh U be dual.
Healtl Officer,and all persons who shall three miles from Key-Wesf Light,only half cd b Coode, taw :'I) ppautt Passed May 2 I. ,1839.:

bold Jn rco'4rsflwitb.fuch Y$??$or vessels, pilotage,shall bo recovered, but if spokerj f j tho OYOl'DOr pistils of liLt of Ftorid..67 UVIVUwitbto O. 0'IIARA, Mayo
city*upon rteeir Alexander Pttteneo, Clerk



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: .* r". or me "- i is,,,.t trampled by tho&e with whom we have&;u- AXB COX1IiRCIAL ntL; ,"a YEn 'tie ol:' hcPublishcn'i, at tie time' CJr Of'

ESTATE niG-KTs AND nine TUADC federated at fcomc.. Hence is is vitally important A Journal of Commerce, Science f LjUsra- i, c rJn* :e Paper; It eXpcct ,- they'

.mnNING'POST.: that the power should be sustained ture and tho Arts. Win' nm in their fran.b10 pet cent, hat

which atone can compel a strict construction 'KY SIMMS & ''DtravKk. the r'"ctml received tt afenumeralion lot'their
lbifeLmct),tri Ctarfesion;oTari ,',. ,' '
THE of the Charter That power reside with THE CITY GAZETTE is one of the (rwiWST/: .4'" TEd "
l Ti( rKpat devoted to the c3cfa ,State Sovereignty. It is' the State in the U. States. ; fait 1tri1ife'
supper t)M'their principle*,cuts been deemed ; oldest existing: JournalA to ;or arcr> t wh ex
JUgM,of.sovereign, interposition to arresj
cxpcdieot; bJ the STATE RIGHTS and nsurpation of Federal agents. The existence I Under many proprietors been courso'withjewexceptions Americanand change, are requested Hofi'rotheiiboyS; '.ai,

FREE TRADE PARTV. lei>maaaeef ; navo always j dud thin fayor will be >
conservative Jeflproct
1Kb. detenataitiao 'TIIE E'ENINGI of this right.; as the popular. Of'late years, from neglect dsC.rtjonJ '
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principle of our Constitution is no new doc other its influence and te
l '' : more than any cause,
Eve
pig JooToalso w 011, commenccJ Soon as the as rttftasitc a Da iry'of&eairrxnemcats trine; it is coeval with bur Federal polity, patronage bad visibly i declined., Within the ,Jan 151; 11k32.
sod asserted its founders ahd confemponry -
was by the proprietors,
last however, present
political car tenets;be:completed.TUcs to'whites. the Eveiaoff expositors. This principle is having year entered upon! a course<< of policy, The fohlewuig article originally! : appearedin

P iWt'wilt b hcderotei, are to familiarto the characteristic feature proudly sdislingui&hingoan more consistent with, the politics ,oCjthe this papersTo republish .it on account

,this CDtamttnitj..Lave been so long 'he from other Republics not Foderal South, and having made haurerousadditions:! ? of having lately seen a copy of it in a Boston -
in their elements. In the latter, a
'protiklneftt subject of discussion by the to the mechanical improvements of their naper, with many errors and!fnaccura-

prcso,- nd have beet so.oflco' anJ ''tnumplmratljandicated Constitution is, intact,by a and symbol varies[ publicopinionhconsttued with- establishment by fitting'it out in a new and cies in the latitude, lorigUnde' ,and' bearing

the first minds in 'our ,, by handsome type, and tin a larger iheet'andbetter '
of
bjr while in of some the Light looses. It is evident
the will of majority
changing a ; of than heretofore
description ;
coimcilj that it paper
Stateaod in the federal ;
if this be
it erroneous statement followed
oar Republic a guardian power-preserves favored with -
and have been
more lay claim tw,' a
i*deemed tiDnlcessarJ to pmnuTgate rule(action. its will'' materially mislead 'the Mariner
than '.hidr isofrer- as a permanent large and proportional increase, patronage ,
U o following exposition j 'formal recognition of such' a righton and far from,
cd fa Ifeti of a more detailed political creed. The including now subscriptions ahdgcnural so being guide tn warnhim
the face-of the Charter would have been Within the last their from will him'
Tra dol wit be advocated'ss the dictate advertising. year. danger, subject to the very
11:ree
; "' superfluous, in as much,as it resulted necessarily Has been an
of .enUgttcnet11JOhq-Iks a,' pn.Jcgq .,- list of patrons swollen by accession difficulties against 'which bur publication
formation of be- '
from the a compact of more than Three Hundred Citizens
of tle'pcoplcwhich! impartial justice was intended- guard Wo advise Editors i.
requires from the rulers: of every country-- tween independent sovereigns havjng no to Vhich new names are'with little to publish the following which be
; common umpire. Asa feature of our politiCal almost added. The may
and'as a right Which,in ours,is guaranteed exception, daily pro- relied ,
on a<* accurate:
The Trainers of'that system, it is of course a political,not a prietorsin order the better to merit that encouragement -
bj the Constitution. ''Formed forthe "For tho information of Mariners
prelec
instrument withheld froth the re1'olutionary'right. ,, of which, it w equaUheir gene
venerated the: power! to protect'manufactures tion of a minority from the usurpations of pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so much rally, we have procured from tho Collectorof
Federal'agents
duties; it has been the Federal authorities themselves, And has been! received, from their friends and the Port tho followingschcdule of the
bjr'restrictive
usurped bi 'a perversion of the revenuepower from the usurpation of.a majority exercised I fellow citizens-have established-in: connection situation of the 'Light Hduses.along I bo

and its.exerciseinrplvingscctionaloppression through subserviency of those authoritiesthe with their office of business, spacious Florida shore, under his superintendence:
: Constitution itself needed a protection.
Room;in which'the chief Public
for' sectional aggrandisement, Reading Florida
: I Cape Light.-Sationary, Situated

I Reliance for that protection surely wa not .Tournalsfind their ,and are" carefully

Las,necessarilr: ,produced the sectional exas- placed in either of the parties against whomit filed, from all the States way ,in our,Union. on the south point of Key Biscay,

peration 11ieUnion.which endangers Ills impossible permanency that the injured was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is freewith all its facilities,with about 400 yards from the beach. The

of parties 'can toleratelegislation so manifestly Court being ono'of the Federal agents,was out charge to all patrons of the Gazette. Light may be considered TO feet above the

unjust and unequal: its operation. not,, therefore,, entrusted' witaits.political A regular,weekly Prices Current,'in letter level ot the sea, distant from the Gulf
I guardianship. Nor could the engine of the form and a fine suitable Stream about 'Z miles. Vessels
IVittiotjt first proving, which is impossible upon paper <<: drawing
ballot box have been
the con- '
that the biof'6tsurtLe'protec\ion are equally majority- ; sectional or correspondence, carefully collected 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
oatUhc States-it is a' sidered as the safeguard. The with the most correct estimate of the true of the Lat. 25 47 N.
apportioned? { gross minority can exert no influence on the representation conditioaof tho markets and the Light. ,-Long.
absurdity to contend, that the burdens of put upon 80 W.
of sectional The ,
a majority. 45
all. If then most advantageous terms to all that come ;
the Jariff.prcss1 equally upon responsibility representatives butsccures Light Ship Florida, is situated on Ca-
on consumption exclusively, as under this class,is also issued from the office
it be a tax their to their respective! constituents 'Reef the site of'the old
fidelity ryford's
its'dcfendeis vainly argue, its operation is of the proprietors. Their Reading Room, near one,
'1et'glaringly' unequal and it becomes no and the representatives of a minority where thc earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25"08 N.--Long" 80 27 W. his

free 'people to.submit to its unauthorised can effect nothing' against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city 'easily distinguished,' as two distinct

exactions; Much l less is it to be tolerated,. interest which the representatives constituents a majority and masters of vessels, trading to this Lights arc shown, 'which can generally tc

<< may be compelled by: their ,.' port. To these improvements, they make seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its oh-1
ar-bitrarilytaxcd'as"consumors to enforce in ,utter disregard .tbc daily additions, affording facilities to. the
Charter.* The principle, therefore, is desolatingthatthe jcct is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks
man of leisure and business, alike hitherto
of tho is
inevitable result protective system
Constitution is at the Discretion and shoals near which it is'placcrlietd11'cst _
unknownSIMMS & DU RYEA.
<< rufn of the Southein: producer .
the ultimate
of a majority,.and must bo quietly ) stands the S. West
in' of our agricultural interest. No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Lighti, i-on
the"prostration
K, : surrendered to1 their wisdom and justice.iJesideftvCxcept .- (Q r Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of K yV<'St ; is in

in the ,in Parliamentary trans- Lat. 24 25 Nr-Long. 82 01 W. erect-
to ;
"There is no solidity objection
actions the two houses of Congress-our THE WEEKLY: ORNINi! COURIER I
'' others "submitting1 editor the of guiding vessels whet
our resistance'that ; are blindly purpose
frame of government no where recognizes AND N. YORK KNQIRER.
1 tpjlheeyiU; which are bverwhel'mlrig entering Iho harbour the directions for
;
the consolidating rule, that the, will of a ma- .
: themin common 'with ourselves.' jority shaH The President be which arc1 as follows: thing the Light to
U hot bur If govern may On Saturday the 20th Jane iust. the
This Delinquency justification. the bear N.N.W. and the Sand
elected by a minority people ; a majority Key Light to
ire are'awakdHo the and the Courier &. N.
dangers degradation 'Proprietors of .Morning
of Senators representing States, the hear W.S.W. and'! cross the RccMh1about
of out1 l situation; it behoves us to leave'noeflb'rt intend the you
+ York publishing'
: of whose minority Enquirer, on
population arc a -
aggregate 'fatboms'wnter run for Key West
until shall have ;
untried repelled
we of'the Whole people, may reject a mea- largest folio sheet ever i issued, a Weekly
our liberties.' The Light until within two miles then steer
the! invasion of EveningPostwill ;
contain all that during
sure unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper appears
exhort to resistanco of11io N.W. until
therefore Flecming's
JcJ'which -
of the in the other House-and you open
peoplo the week in their daily pnper., It will
: Tariff 'as'thetihort prominent enormity \3 a Mangrove Island in (he Northern
bare majority in. the other
"which ban been vice,versa, a be published on fine paper, whh new type;
of!that'"tlmericanSystem, part of the harbor and then run for it
House reject a measure passed by the ,
'built on' the rtiinsof the ,Free. ''System may and' to-plhce it within the reach of all classes -
up unanimous VOIce'of'the Representatives: ofttar. Tho Lest anchorage in tho upper part of
lie bur fathers and which'if of the it will be afforded
bequeathed by community,
President
I Senate-The
States in the a the harbour. Height of the Light House
established as the settled policy of the conn- to subscribers at tho of three
reduced.price
single individual put his veto on the '
may fiord the level of'the sea .83 -feel inches.
'end either the bond ,
try must, in the sever deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, palablealwoi8 in ad-
of Union;or'melt down and consolidate the Court office Light stationary.Sand :
of the holding vance.
Supreme
State Soveicigntics<< into one limitless, irro- Key Light;Revolving:: once in
not by electionbut by appointmentniay In of the other Daily Papers
eponsible despotism. The.'Evening Post set! asido the concurrent enactments of consequence seconds.. It is the best Light on the
in New York determining not to board
"will .oppose '''Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House.Senate, and President. The power coast ;-S.W. Ly S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
vessels and receive their
as an engine of favoritism, news on Sunday,
to protect the Constitution could not West Light-situated directly on the PeeL:
the Publishers of the Courier &.
tia \ source of sectional robbery, as creating Enquirer
to
intrusted the
have been rationally: very The Light 70 feet above the sea
for perpetuating exorbitant have invested Thirteen Thousand dollars
necessity majority from which the danger ofviolation lately
taxation-It will oppose the rechartering in establishment Tortiigaa Light,-Stationary,-on one
a news -
been consisting
was apprehended It would have indeed separate ,
of-tli: 'United States' Dank, as manifestly of.the Dry.Tortugas Islands, near the west-
committing the keys of thejliousc. to of one Schooner of ninety tons,
the 'crn of the Reef in Lat. '24 '3 N.
unconstitiilional.'and as prolonging existence extremity 1
distrust of
those whom
the safe-keeping of one of sxty tons, and.the, necessary row
of-a dangerous power; and+it will Long. 83 10 W.
suggested the propriety locks.: The power boats. Thisesiauiyimcnt is supported at
of the Surplus
oppose the'projected disposition -
:'was wisely lyft with the several State
Revenue, asa scheme of barefaced; Sovereignties-and thus not..only'a8 there an annual, expensw,of Nine Thousand dollars

wholesale 'briberyi Whichu adopted, will provided': a de5nito rule of action Tor' the and vessels from Europe are boardedat IfceyWesiSEGAR

give to oppression a duration co-existant Federal Government a power to render sea and their news disseminated through

with that of'our government. inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho the country with great dispatch,, long before IVIANUFACTORY.

A zealous and Judicious attachment to'the rised and irregular action.So they reach the harbour.

Union prescribes tho present as the proper far as a congeniality. of views may exist In fly\ politics, i! o.Courict &.,Enquirer isis W' "CT *VS7"A LL takes this op-

crisis Cor'malung a determined, uncompromising in relation to these principles, the Evening purely Democratic--adhering to the principles JLJL* ? 'pprlunity of informing -
stand for the Constitution,before ,the Public that he has established
Postis pledged to the.u State Rights ,
and of the
usages Republican Party
of different sectionsare ,
interests
the
jarring and A
Trade the
and Free Party; as support SUGARMANtrFACToKV at Key AVest.-
each other in irrocon'cilahle and advocating the reelection or General
organised'against of measures, to be efficient, must include lie imports7 f this purpose the lestTobasco.Jrpm
conflict-before, blinded by their the support of men its humble aid will be Jackson to- the? presidency lis. columns very
Havana
inrigbteousgains; the consolidation States Zealously contributed to extend the arc alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic ,

halt regard as undoubted right their undue influence and promote the political personal advancement Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the Sears of tho best qualUy, ,and of every
'advantages before they shall resolve to description; be had at his establishment.
of thole statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, However, it doc may
'maintain at all hazards the tyrannous prin- ( 7All' orders, in-tho bove'line will
themselves to'tbo'goOd cause,which is identified not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots i. ,"
ciple "public opinion or tho will of a.maority'isa with the"value of the :Union, and the but oh the inculcates those meet the earliest attention.. ,
contrary
Constitution ,
powerabove the ; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its May 23, 1832: 33 tf..
and before the victim sovereignties in minority warm co-operation.with these will be embarrassed principles of morality and. religion only, .

goaded beyond endurance (unless thei to which are formed' upon peace and goodwill !
by a personal pledge no candidate -
i very aspirations for liberty bo extinct)shall for the Presidency, or any other to all mankind-the fruit of which is Loggerhead Turtle; Shell.

rise in ,desperation and' abolish a frame of office. tolerance and brotherly nflcclion instead of THE subscribers, will give; a fair prico-

r 'government toomuoh shattered to bo,recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts "jwrsccution for o)' nion'J: sake." I 500 Ibt. of the above-article..

nised at that'for which they originally stipulated of party, it will be the aim of the Eve- Upwards of. Font Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER k Cb'
,and which inveterate\sectional hatred the of the -
ning Post to preserve dignity Courier & Enquirer are published Daily
,
shall then render it impossible ever n. C. CROZIER,
and moderation, under
Press, "7 courtesy and more than Three Thousand Semi-
agalntore.composeaftdre.edify. The South 'ATTORNEY PRO.TEMvOF THE UNITED aT ATESOUTIJERt'f -
l the belief that the )legitimate"ends of newspaper -
and in the of New-York its
weekly City
once rooted to &full sense of her. wrongs, bestrfsbserved by/inn- .
will be satisfied with nothing but equality; discussion are circulation i is known to be more than an DISTRICT, .' OP FLORIDA.QfEcc ,

,and i\cannot bo denied that by the Constitution ness without violence With the and zeal witiiCUt and in- I j JiundrcC! f'Cf' cent greater than: any other of the District Attorney.May .
opinions public
even if observed, the slaveholding temperance. 23, .1C32. 28 tf
strictly
facts
referred
acts .opponents, it will exercise right paper. These arc tc, as affording ..
.
States are placed at decided disad-
., Onco leagued for" the of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no tho only commentary the Propriotors NOTICE IN ADMIRA5'CY.I .

vantage.rights they will submit ao longer resumption"3of to a part of its career will ever j justify the suspicion can with propriety' :on the qualityof N the case of Joseph Cottrell it &f. VI

system of ,indirect taxation, calculated to of its even partial" adoption of the infamous the/matter which will bo found i: their 121 bales of cotton, picked up at sea anti
maxim that all is fair in
: blind the people to:thc extent and inequality The domestic; concerns of our native politics-State contemplated kJv, publication. Iibc\'J;; : for saJrae in the Superior Court

of their burdens-and they will demand will be cvcfully watched, and the policy It jet intended to publish 17,500 copies for the SoutLern II::.dicial District Gf Florida -

', for there laboring clan a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calcula of the firs number of the paper which the Court Las deereta, that: after pay'

equal 1 to that of the laboring, classes the. ted for her prosperity safe, and economical will be distributed in different parts of thecountry fog the costs and-expensea of'said prosecution

other Slates., The required concessions and one half of the rcsidu of the value of
government. sent to each
ono PostMaster
will be cejrtaioly refused by those by whom copy slid cotton to the appraisement)
While the Evening Post will be devotedto in the United States in order thata (agreeable
Uui\1ni is regarded but asa, bargain estimated the promulgation of the political faith set be paid- to the said Cottrell & Cq, for their

by a calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful specimen of the publication may be examined. salvage on the lame; pnd that tho remains

,. >, and toss, and the Federal bond will bo sun of the practical details Commerce der be held under the bona of itipulition

dered-and forever. The advocacy of State and Trade, two branches of industry which TERMS. subject to the claim of the rightful owners

Uights is, therefore, the only faithful' advocacy must bo most beneficially affected by the Daily Paper 3510 pc ari') Payable thereof provided said claim be1' interposed

of Ifmdn.V success of its doctrines. G real exertions Sem. Weekly Paper-4 per an. \ in within the time prescribed by law; and that
With a firm conviction of this Jmportarit will be the notice the same be given by an advertisement -
made to perfect departmentsconnected WKEKLY
truth, the Evening' Post will 'contend for PATER-31hcr|>> an. J J advance.
to be
with commercial publibed in the Key \Vesc
'*.. intelligence,
n'Hberty\ -the Constitution ion. For aM our merchants and tradesmen shall find (QT Any person who may obtain eight Gazette'once a:month for nine rnoutks..

*Liberty first, II the first of national bless the readiest attention to all their wants, and subscribers to the weekly paper and remit Therefore all person*, baling' claim to

sing ; for the Constitution which secure*it the w rmeu gratitude for all their favors. the amount, shall be furnished with a copy said Cotton,or interested thereiq,are hereby -
:,, "'from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union gratis and and the
to of notified
.. ; companies ten subscribers, required to present savewithin .
.'I' which strengthen it against foreign ag TERMS: who the time a.decree..
associate and remit twenty-fivo dollars prescribed in >, .
. Without rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country ,
. gression.
or will be
they barred.
, will ,
It besent for ,
g? each ,
50
three times week ,per annum '
the compact, the Union must become a Union paper, a $3, A. U. DAY Jerk
and Advertisements inserted at the Post Masters who, have,no objections to *
without f jiberty, the uncertain dancer usual rates. Sup. CourtSouth 'Di t. of Florida
:
abroad is Charletton, ((8. C.) Oct. 3 1831. act as our Agentare
of subjugation from infinitely requesled to receive play 23, 183\ 38 ttm.fi .





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