Key West gazette
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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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VOL'I ., :y v>',KEY" WEST, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1832. 1VO.94 4'f't.a
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THE GAZETTE. celpt 'of'th .Treasurer for the Amount so' *for* *.another reason' in addition, and wliicb wards) until the new Constitution was fan- f

aurTkD': f' piiid.vcr, which frccipt;shall to required ,presents itself to, my mind, as n, compact tied by the States. I 'do not quote from ,t

,B. ,B. STRQJBEJU of him as a voucher. on. tho. settlement" bf, : between tho' States and the, Federal" Govdrnmcnt. (each' of these periods, because I U would "t

And published on Wednesday by his account I We all know that the present' consume time, arid present innumerable', '
THOM! N.every JEFFREYS.TERMS | Sec 2. Be it further ordained, That tfc form of government grew out of the weakness (petitions of'the same thing. But will roe '1

-t '. Marshal pf thq said city shnll be:the person of tho government of the confederation mark, that the answer,of tho Congress 'of i

; -$:;., per annum-payable in authorised to give,receipts to any person or and that tho taxing power was the 1781to the Rhode bland objections} xvnjj "
advance.. : t persons,,who may do i indebted( 'to1 1 the paid hinge upon which thcchapgc, turned The drawn by the men who were the fathers of

Advertisements inserted. at one dollar city in any sum of money! whether for totOP Congress! of the confederation had no pow the present constitution. It,was drawn 'by '

' per square, ,.for the first insertion;:and fifty fine, or in any other manner; and such cr to tax the people l of (lie Slates. It had Gen. Hamilton, 1Ir.Iadison.; and Mr

cents to. be for every.succeeding' time, till. ordered ,,. receipts of the Marshal shall be the only no power over the purse It ,could only Fitzsimons,adopted ,by Congress unonimouslyand -..

stopped. ..... evidence of payment required of any |*r- afk for money; and this being found a slow 1 promulgated to the Slates f as a' t

; son indebted as aforesaid ,; 'j way to obtain it, the power of taxing was public olliclnl,Inct. ,It was the manifesto of. '

POETRY. .. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That applied for. The States refused this pow Congress! and constantly .cfe rcd.t.o. arid'

-. the Marshal shall receive five per centum er, because the Congress might abuse it, relied upon, until the constitution was pro-:

VEXATio ':'t". on tile amount of all sums so collected by and levy too.mucli; they refused (to vest duced by the Convention of '87, and, ratified "

A sorn.oQUY'n'y J'' A jroujfo"MISS.'' ... ,him"Passed -- the congress of the confederation with I by the States. Hamilton, Madison,'

This teasing one to dcath.so{ : 'I-,' June 1C-632.l !>, C" power to levy duties ujion imports, and to and FitzsimonS were present at' every .i
I tate it very mucliV; ." ; *' :'P. C. GREENE,: Mayor:PSI; *. '. regulate the foicign commerce of the I t'ceno-lheI.'edcral Ccmcntidn-tllo State

\ "When are you to be married dcarl"! *' ,Alexander- '. Patterson, CcrAySUPPLEMENTARY 4Stalesbccausdtlicy: saw that in grantingthese Convention?-the public'prc;: 9-7rcpcaiing ,
And then they look with such ; ':," '. powers-they 'yielded l the unlimited their pledge,and going security! for.tho now ,

A leering kind of air too- to an Ordinance regulating and irresponsible power of taxation, and government never to violoto, And thus, 1I

As if the wholo was krtownL ,.y Pilotage .for the Port of Ko- Left themselves without defence against tile I consider a pledge, to abolish tho, duties t,

t wish they'dnrind'their own'affairs,. rylVest. ', evictions of tho general government. I levied on account of tile public dehi tho )
mine be alone. .
And.let ;-r? Sec. 1. ,Be it ordained by tho Mayor They resisted, they refused. To all the solicitations moment that debt was to be paid, to.i i bo a k1 t

Such a tantalizing time too, ". : f !,- and Board of Aldermen of the City of Congress, they turned a deaf compact between the States und the, I" d'i'i i
When every thou;bt's engaged, ,r 'of Key West 'J'J.iat.an master of oral and condiiton
,. ) a car, and were inexorable. For ten years Government; a : precedent f
Tn It thinking makes me on quite the time enraged to come-," -.>c> vessel wishing Pilot into,the Iortof Key: they held out; but the convention of 1787 agreed upon between the parties, and t

To think they all should guess what :West, shall, if spoken by a Branch Pilot, be inserted these. two powers in the new constitution without whitth, the unlimited anti irres )()n- j

Is going to be done-; .I compelled: to 1nkcilulD; ;' and he is hereby a.ndthe States, with infinite difficulty siblc power of taxation, would never, .jiavo! f

I wish they'd mind their own affairs, requited to discharge any other pcrsonwlio were induced to acquiesce; but that been given to this Congress ,,

And let mine be alone. ',_ may have offered his services to pilot said acquiescence the effect, not'of argu. Forty years havo passed by-tho, event

I If its envy.makes them talk so, ; i.* j vessel into this harbour, without paying him ment, but of pledges!-pledges of that has been delayedfar heyontlho expectations C
I very much regret for the same; and should the master of .high and solemn nature which no man, of of .the year '87-bu\\:tho event has at

That I should,pain,their} little'hearts, said vessel refuse to do so, and Iertisin that day, was |permitted to believe could last arrived; tin public debt, is paid!. for all

And put them in a fret; keeping the slid unn 'tllOrised' person: on ever be violated. As I consider this pledge legislative purposes! it is nowconsidcrcd as

for: I know that it's unpleasant, board, he shall be liable to pay, the full a- as a corner stone, lying at tho foundation paid; and, States, not one, but many- not

To think that chance is gone,- mount of pilotage to the Branch Pilot so of the, present cons'.itution, I will take care the new only, but thq old ones, who wereparty :'

But And thcy-should'let mine be mind alone.their own' affairs" ;',' :speaking him. '; : ?, ." to establish, it by proof; and for that pur- to the establishment of tho FederalGovernment "

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all |Kso will havo recourse, to the? legislative -i\vho reeeivcd from tha old,

Poor Ned, he's very positive Pilots boarding any ,vessel bound into the history of tile piocccdings of the Congressof Congress the solemn I pledge t : to abolish duties "

That something will'go wrong'Vc've -:- Port of Key West. ,.shall skew to the master the confederation which} led to'the adoption at the payment of .the public dc'Lt- "

Oh, 1 kept can't the tell matter how.llong: to ourselves; of the same his'Branch, 'and shall also of the present constitution, contained these States now stand :before you, and demand

Yet every body talks of it- slew a copy of the regulations relating to in the first volume of the laws of the United the redemption of: that pledge. Sixteen

I wish the thing was doncl!- Pilotd. States read from the Rhode Island millions of revenue were raised for tho _

.Then they would mind their.own affairs, Passed June 16, 1832.P. objections to tho application of Congressfor public debt last year; time sameamount 'is

And wo should be ALL ONE. C. GREENE, Mayor P. T.' power to levy duties on, and regulate now levying for the debt this year;' but

-- Alexander Patterson, Clerk. foreign commerce. next year it will not be wanted; n rjn: ,any )I

NEW ORDINANCES.: -- Hero is tho objection. Listen to it year thereafter, and, abolition of these, six.. j I

ORDINANCE. 10. POLITICAL.Extract "That by granting to,Congress a powerto teen millions is now demanded; ,,demanded
':' collect moneys from the commerce of as right; and that by nenrI1. mo half the

Cpucetning Dog from aSpeech delivered in tho Se- these States, indefinitely as to time and Stales of this Union. 1'110,demand''' is resisted )
Sec. 1. Do it ordained by the Mayorand quantity and for the expenditure of which and resisted tho tbat'thoreduction
nato of the U. fej on the 15th March, on "ground ,
Hoard of Aldermen of the city of-Key West, 1832, by Mr. Benton of Missouri, on they arc not ,t oho accountable to,the States, will destroy the protection,dud to, J

Thai from and after Ihu p'S8lHe of this act, the reduction of the Revenue and rcgu*. .tlicy would becomew independent of their domestic manufactures! and will cover_ tho'

the owner of every clog of dogs,found within I lation of Cbinniefcc; consifucntand so, 'tho profmscd Impostis country with desolation, and lead, to ,tho, ':,

the precincts of said city, hall bo taxed = repugnant to tho liberty of the United : dissolution of the'Union. Sir, I pass, over :
Mr. President The Sessionof
for the same and every one of the same, at present States '
I tho first, and most obvious answer ,to this
ihc rate of one dollar for male and Congress was looked to with great anxiety -
every And hero is the that
to the which tells
answer objection. objection! ; I answer. us that i
three dollars for female-to be applied by the people of this Union, as'the
every Listen to it also, .; the private interests! of the .manufacturerercannot t. "
of said of West. one which was to cflect a large,redaction j' {
to the use city Key
the ; of this be
set fundanicntalcompact
"Admitting principle ,objection up vacate, a '
Bo it further ordained That allpersona in the public and an equitable mo :
Sec. 2.
be still.it have between tho
to true States and the
theexisting ought to no .. 'deral ;
dification.. Tariff. 'Tlie
owning dog or 'dogs, shall people
any ,
: weight in the present case, because there Government. 1 pass over :that answer
within the space of three days after the exacted these things from us; but tp is no analogy between the principle and the which is in tho nature of a demurrer, 'admitting ,i

passage of this act, pay to the Marshal of to this moment they seem to bo in a fair fact. The'fund proposed is sufficiently de.. the fact, And denying:its, euflicien- r
the said city of Key West, the tax requiredby way to bo disappointed; for'no bill has even -
finite as to time, because it is onlv coextensive cy. 1 pass over that answer, because I.do
the tst section of this act, and take his yet been brought in to accomplish their 1
with the existence of the debt con not admit, but deny the truth :of'the' an-
and tho ,Clerk of said just expectations and wo aro now well ad f
receipt for the same ; '
; tracted and bo the I take
to contracted in issue
; course sever upon Its truth;; and
fourth month of the 'i'
vancedinto the
city is hereby required'to grant a license to i
I -- of tho that trial thin
war. Congress are persuaded mean to go to upon fact before,thq .
any person applying fir the name, on his sion.: .' ii is as remote from tho i intention of their' American people.! ,. !I
being shewn the receipt of the Marshal for The President of the United States has t
constituents to perpetuate that'deLt as toe maintain sir that the federal revenue
the tax for which Jicjits ,the Clerk shall ccrtninlyKrfime |uirt. His; ;annual, t
; it faithless bo
at reduced the tho
n.ce.Ly to
extinguish a neglect may want.s'ot Govcrnnicnttas -
rceeivcdby us in tho first week;
charge and rcccithe further sum of fifty message, I'
of providing tho means to fulfil the public ; recommended In( the Presidents
and conditions this of December, contained a strong" com hi
cents: required by
b engagements. Their ability to discharge it only without domestic
message, destroying
to this reduce the :
been to
act having complied with, in a moderate time, can La as little doubted : manufactures, but without hurting .
so complying shall be ,authorised to allow I revenue to tlloVant of the1; government, ,
: s'tflcir' inclination; and the moment or injuring them i.th slightest dcgrre.=
his dog or dogs to run at largo in (he streets and to adjust the dutieS on foreign imports '
that debt Cft8C8" tho duty, as far as it respects This is my assertion!I. The tli .. } ,
favor interests at 'home iI
for tho space of one year. I so as to ,our national forIknow
tho provision with itn demonstration follow
present ceases lio\'l
De it further ordained That tho and counteract adverse policy from abroad ; '.
Sec. 3. ;
Mark! 1 beseech you, Mr. President, the insignificant it is to make ,bold assertions
Marshall of the city of Key West i is required and Ite shewed us, in the same message, I
language of this ubjection, and of this an without adequate proofs at hand:
all that tho state of thc finances and the state support
to kill and destroy dogs running at ,
The is the 'here sir
swer. objection to revenue rais- them. And lIi" to cmis
in the the of which of the country, required these things to bo
large owners ,
and is three-fold in its that I friend to'Jomestic'industry
ing power, nature; am a ,pnj !I.,
done and to be done now! 'This-
have with the recommendation
not complied foregoing
provisions President 1. Because the exerciso,of tho power was voted for tho tariff of 1824,with tho. approbation
shall will shield the from
of this act and he receive the
to be time. 2. Because of ,and for
indefinite as my judgment, that of ,
for neglect in failing to bring he
of for each censure
sum fifty cents aud'cry dogso '
the be raised to be unlimited 1828 with and
revenue to was repugnance misgivings. I
of the tariff before audit
subject us oughtto
l destroyed. ; as to quantity. 3. Because the l'd ra'Congrcs.s am a friend to domestic industry,and mCuiri '
Sec. 4, Be it further ordained That shield him from the imputation of double
bo unaccountable the to it what f
was to to protect according to I believe :
without dealing on that subject. It ought to
the limits of tho
person States for the of this be the true
expenditure revenue. tp crcf'tbo country, sanctioned 'j j I
West shall shield him from that imputation! For his
city Key |permit his'dog or ;
This was tho three-fold nature of the objection by the constitution by tho !
dogs to run at largo in ,the streets of said sentiments aro plainly expressed, and are practice
and the inference of ,
; conclusion or the framers of the constitution. I '
without first intelligible. They are publicly
with the
city complying requisitions
from the whole that such ofpower will
was, a grant gieprO"ecd n, arson incident to revenue "
of this act; any dog ordogs delivered, and are, thereby, universallyknown ;
was incompatible with tho liberty of ; and this is the kind; of protection I
They arojn accordanco with all
found at be ,
.running largo may destroyedafter "
the Slates Now mark the It which
1 answer: -coeval with the foundation of our
notice : the his previous acts and words tho tariff
given to owner thereof by upon
admits the conclusion
which tho
objection government 'under which manufac-
and therefore entitled td credit for ,
'officer of the member are, ,
Corporation or
any draws but denies the It admits attained
premises. tures a high degree of importanceunder
thereof candor and sincerity. 1 might further
go '
the between the of the first of
incompatibility its
and that his sentiments in twenty years existence
Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That say are accord. ;
the Stales, and the grant of unlimited and and that without the least'dissatisfaction
Ordinance No. 8 ance*vilh the public wishes and the public giving a
5 1832 be
passed May '
irresponsible of taxation in I the Fed. to of the Union.
: power any part far + i
and the same is hereby rejwalcd. interest; but, 1 will not assume to. speakfor
eral Government; but takes a distinction back as the 1810 our manufactures had :K
year i
Passed June IG, 1032. a nation will speak fur myself alone,
between the principle and the fact,-between attained the anDua.'Blue of one hundred '
P. C. GREENE and will that the President _'has well ,
Mayor P. T. say
Alexander Patterson, Clerk expressed my sentiment, in this, recommendation the possession and the exercise, of and twenty millions of dollars,(as we learn 1 }

ij such AS I have .often declared unlimited po\VCri-i, while admitting from Mr. GaJJaiin'a report-a report which
the tyranny of the principle, denies the ought to have shielded him from the
ORDINANC -No. 11. them lo the Senate hero, and to my constituents h reproach
analogy tlio.fact and solemnly pledgesthe which has been cast
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at home and his being the )
Sec. 1. Be itorJained by the Mayor and it is still; than i inclination case, iv hole faith' of Congress against the ex and that under a low rate of.revcnuo duties
Board of Aldermen of the city of Key my duty, more my ercise of the The from
defend these sentiment at' this power. pledge is contained ranging five to fifteen per cent:
tq > ; ?, .
West, That tho Marshal of Iheuid .city in the solemn declaration that the
duties The same rate of protection would
time and in.this now
shall collect all sums of money duo to the have,been on this place floor,, arraigned and stigmatized as] Ihcy us imposed) (for tie payment of the public produce two hundred and forty millions of i

raid city,whether for taxes or otherwise, ruinous the debt, shall cease to ezut, the moment that manufactures, annually! for our population '
within sixty days after they shall have become Jo country. debt U paid!. js{ doubled since 1810. But i'-as not do., I

r due,and shall pay over to the Treasurer I am in favor of reducing the! revenue, Such'was the objection,and such tho'an- .I sired or..intended,. t j' :''p.j Senators with t,

of the city the amount so received by the wants of the Government, not only for swet'r and such they continued to b*, 'in whom I am acquainted/ to,reduce manu

him, before the expiration of one month the reasons which have been mentioned by every stage Orhe'pr 'till the Convention factures to tta< degree protection posse*

after, the receipt of the same, taking the re. the President and by several Senators, but of*1787 was assembled, and sae r.. jeeaed at'that lime The lowest rate pro- '


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posed by the anti-tariffgcnilecQcntIs double* Io I inspire,was a-jmest noxious ands .pcsU- U4 1i nT ..rail'sNORTHEAST I shall scllxtf drink: of int6lcalinp liquors :,
and treble what 'o dt "V llio ?, ,.arFt any"",**fer, seaman or marine in the >CT-
it then was; for'hiy lentil effluvia, ( ,wind'being Southerly) 'corncrWF/A_ vice'of the United States without pcrimV
self, I shall not go so low as they do. ;:-'
"' /'tumrthilagunga or ponds along,tho south sign in writing from Iris br> their.respcclhn
(To, be ,c penalty of not
hfacb.Vl.at.i.t. the reason that,this prolificsource B32r ,23-rt :f.
.. Key,West, Feb, 8,1 : 't less tbati'lwcnty-n'vc dollars, to be paid fa* y'
of disease has not been at'cnded? .... the use of the Territory?

MISCELLANEOUS.' Can, il.o.public funds be devoted to any flee. 2* And be it further enacted, That
4 Btler'l.. "if any person or persona within4 this Tcrfi-
From LeuTe,'.Surgical Memoirs. object more likely to pl'Qcof general beno tory, shall purchase;, batter or exchange'for

THE, BURNING: ,OF ,MOSCOW. I,/itlhan the flooding of those pon'!s? Should HENRY GODDARD 'k Co. informs- any arms,; ammunition; Clothing .in' the

' Itwerodiflicultatndcraaycircumstanceswhatevcr the funds in the hands t of Ibo board of1dcrmcn and the public generally possession of any soldirr.Bcamttn marine
that during Uiflwimineymontlis they canbe in the service of the_ United Stale} such
to present to the eyo a more 'horrific not be sufl>lent" to meet the expense supplied with first and second quality person or persons so offending, shall forfeit

spectacle than'thai, which it was so will rot the citizens gcn'crattyI bcf* PILOT NAVY BREAD. and paythestrnut; twenty dollars : and the

melancholy to behold. It was particularly ofternoons 23<< tf 'several penalties imposed by this act, shaft.
; four 23,1022,
West May
willing for three 'Key ,
to "turn out" or
declared '
during the night between tho eighteenth I the and the same Itf'e hereby to'be .

and nineteenth of September, a period at to open as many canals as will recoverable by action T>f debt, hill, phint '

which the flames were at their height flat completely lay them under salt-water--by Boarding.I 'of information before any Judge orj 'in the Territory, having jurisdiction of the
it exhibited an astonishing
appearance. which means they will not only be rendered. same* The weather was fine and ( rp and the -
less unpleasant, but-a most prolific) source. I and thcolher'halfj! or when there is no in* .
winds blew without intermission, from the ;former* fid'whole penalty for: the\\fc of the ,
cast towards the noth} and from bo north of disease will be broken up. ': Territory. :

towards the <::-'t. During this night, the These matters should be looked to at Passed' I"Febf'f;' 1632.-Approved' Feb 4,
dreadful of which will indelibly HOWARD, Jim. has fettovedfrom .
image remain once -our having enjoyed uninterrupted IC32.: *
IYL CaHe d r4os Officio to No. 0. .
,impressed upon my memoiy,the whole "health for some time past should not lull Ctllo I
city was involved in the conflagration. Vast *& If. NEW r DLICATION.A .
intoa Which whenit Havana, Jan1832
bodies of fire, various colours;arose from us security may prove, .M young Gcnfleman of this; City, propose
the clouds and wiH bo too fate to remedy it, fatal.
to '
all obscuring '
quarters << as soon as a sufficient! number of subscribers

totally the horizon, sent forth to a distancea l.ACON, P. C. QreetWConuntJ'S can be obtained, to publish a volume of :
resplendent light and burning heat. The ' original pieces .Prose and Poetry, to brf
flames,driven in all directions,and propelled 'rIlE GAZ '1tI (a Ira.ns.ict General Agency Called
tho violence of the winds were ac Business.
by .. .. '' h'SCRAp :
companied, in their ascent and rapid I progress KEY WEST: 1 Goods taken on- Storage &e.
,'by an awful hissing sound and dread. BOOK:
WEDNESDAY JUNE lie will always bo happy to receive
ful detonations, resulting from the combustion 20,183'3.The j TERMS The woflc will comprise about
salt- tre oil rosin and t:.==.= .-- _._ _. and execute all orders hJ3lme: df Busi -
of powder, I 100 pages IBrno1., pr'iblednefrno paper,with
brandy, with which the great part of the remarks of ollrcort' sponde1'f, 'LA- TICS*. '
CON and Now is the Key West, !28th March, 183U excellent typ'Cj-rft O'Cctfts per copy.
houses and shops were filled. The plates are correct just Persons sub'scribcrs shall ho
varnished iron,covering the houses, were time, if eve', to establish permanently the procuring

speedily detached from them by the heat, character Key West! '.n point of heaflh. James -entitled to a copy gratis.St. .
Egan9RESPECTFULLY Feb. 13 1832.
Augnstine, ,
and projected to a great distance.: Very We bear of sickness from other parts of :

large pieces of joists or burning 'beams of Floida-and, whilst we sympathize with Or: Smscriptiot1"rcccitcd. at this Office
afar off caused the fire to be j -
fir thrown
those who suffer, we may felicitate, our- .rf.
.propagated to those buildings, which were iiii CITY ORDINANCES.ORDINANCENo. .
selves upon an almost entire exemption front
in of their
the least exposed, consequence
disease. We deem it however an act t f 1'.'
remoto situation. Every body was seized, informs his friends
with fright anti terror. Tim guard, headquarters justice to our Board of A Worm en to state, general, that he has To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key

and cornmander-in-chief of the tltatthexubjectof flooding-the Lagttnes, on 'opened a Private Boarding House on In West, '

army, left the Kremlin and the city, and the South Beach,has already met'their considcration draft Key, and'will pay every attention jA Sec. ). Beit ordained by ihoMaynrantrAldermen

established a camp at Petroski,the castle of ; but for reasons, c1f"w'lich we arenot I his power to render satisfaction to those of the City of Key West,in Coin

Peter the Great, on tho road to St. Peters- aware, it has not been acted oo> We His who terms rAn favof arc moderate.Mm with their company. cil assembled, and jt is hereby ordained by

bur h. I remained with a small will attention. the authority o'f the same, rl'fiat: from ami
very hope that it meet an arfy April It, 103-2. :32 p
number of my comrades, in a house built of _+ .r-a -- -- 'after lira nassini of (this Ordinance .

stone, and situated in an isolated spot on Gen. SAMUEL HOUSTON, who had been LAWS TIIKTiRIUTORY: OF FLORIDA it shall lie the Uirty of all houseKeepers : { :

the summit of the quarter of the city occupied brought before the House; of'Itepresenlatives : to put at least ono peck of Lime into
Franks and in the of the Privy of the house they inhabit, once
the vicinity
by for a breach of privilege, in assaul'tingMr. An Act to provide tot the 'collection of.
the Kremlin. ''I could observe without difficulty every two a'Ceks'aTh1: every perSon failing;
.Stanbcrry from Ohio, has been- found Judgrrtcnts against free negroes and oth- ,
from' this location, all the phenomena er persons/tbereirr named. or rcfusingto comply \\ilh the, provisions
and sentenced to receive-a re-
guilty, Ordinance shall bo of'V'I'we
fined the
: sum
this dreadful conflagration.
presented ; the! Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative -
'from Subsequentto
premand Dollars for each
"Wo had sent our baggage to the camp, and 'Council the Territory of Honda oflcncc.

.were constantly on the'alert for our preservation the trial of Gen Houston, *&taj. Heard That when any person shall have obtained Sec. 2. lie it further ordained That i if
for events UNDERTOOK to :l.ssaulll\lf. Arnold, a Member judgment against free or f
preparing or preventing any negro shall be the duty of every hmt ('-I\ecpcr to
their Occurrence. of the; House,for certain remarks madrr free mulatto Indiana excepted, relildinwithin' keep the yards and enclosures under their
of tho lower 'classes of the him in reference to his friend'the Gen the limits of tins Territory shall
Those people by be'lawful for justice of the control nnd the priv 's,and othrr outhoused -
any :
,that remained in Moscow, driven from eral'; Mr. Arnold proving Ihc betterman"; 'tot' tlie clerk of airy court of record peace in whieh pr in them-clenii and in ,good order; also,

house to housoby thc'damce,gave utterance capsized and trounced the Major severely. such jiYdgment may be obt&ided.-to issud a it shall bo tho duty of tho Cry Marshal, 'at'

to mournful lamentations. Being very desirous Some must laugh, whilst others weep- capias ad rcspondendmn against the defen- least once every month, to \isit the enclosures ..

of saving from tho'general ruin, the So -runs'the world away.P1120. dant or defendants, to said judgment, for of all houses tire City of Key West,

most valuable of their possessions, they the condemnation money in said judgment and sec flint the sauna are dean: end tho'

burthcncd themselves with largo packages, adjudged, together with all costs ,thereon out-lxniscs in good order, anl whenever he .

which they carried with difficulty, and were ., ,. ... taxed.Sec.. f. Be .i iCfurlhpr enacted. That, .it, shaft ,find any midi or dirt which lie may ,
frequently! obliged to abandon: in order to shall be lawful by virtue'of any execution Issued deem prejudicial to the health of the City,
On the 6th instant, PHILIP *
from the flame The
remove themselves ? as aforesaid, (fdrtnti officer,' executing he shall notify tie person or persons oc ?u"
of Alexander Patterson, Evqv' aged 3
femalesInfluenced( by their natural affection son the! said execution,.and such officer is here* pying the enclosuresor having tho control'
months and 24 daysOn -
took ono or two of their children up by required, to levy .u on""IIcize and takd of the same,tft remove the said filth irnfnovdiatcly
'shoulders and dragged tho others tho nth inst. AMANDA ; the body of each defendant, against whom
on IlKJtr and upon failure of the person J aforesaid --
Lewis and 1I'3rtblDretker
of F.
by the hand. ,In,order to eacape the death, aged daughter.one four months, an| 23...d.s.-, such execution may have" issued, and such to remove snitl filth, it .shall be tho
you defendant,taken, safely to keep until said ,
which.menaced them on,all sides, they hastened This interesting infant had just attained execution is, discharged an'd satisfied. duty of the Marshal to have the same removed -

,,'iliitheir garments tnckcd up, toe that,age at which.her jnnoceqt playfulnesswas S' c. 3. He it furtberenacted, thatif'atff at the cost of the person liable to

take"reruso in"the 'squares and corners of calculated to endear her.to relatives and defendant in execution, taken as aforesaid, remove the same, and every person tiling

tho streets. But tho rapid progress of tho friends, when she was removed from world shall fibtpay and discharge the-same'within or refusing to 1'E'mo\'Olfnydirt or fill ly when

flames. soon'forced them ,to abandon this of care and trouble. Upon a superficialview 'tho term! of five days from and after the required by tile City Marshal;, shall, in additiOn -

asylum, and. fly :.with precipitation from all : it would, seem singular that so greata thneof levying upon him, borer them, of to the costs rernoving tho samo-
of the' human family houKl.bo< I
quarters. It sometimesjiapnened,that they proportion any such execution as'aforesaidritshallantt i' be subject to'a?fint of five dollars and costs
from this ,
transferred at period to'
so early a may ,be lawful for any officer.cxccHtIn: 'hd
were incapable extricating themselves another state of existence: It is, however, levying sueh writ. advertise the sale of Sec. 3. B6' it further brdainedy That
from, this species of labyrinth, in which govern a merciful decree of the Deity, who takes, the services: of ,such defendant or defend- when any privy which' may be erected upon

of them met with an unhappy ratc.- them to Limself before their little hearts ants,-to'any person who will pay and discharge any lot tvifhta* the limits of the City, a net:

I saw;,,old.raca. Whose, I long beards were have been corrupted. 'by sin, or embitteredby : svreh1, eiccution, with the costs accrued shall, front its situation, or the manner: in1 I

burned by thoflames, drawri in small: carts sorrow and accruing, for s-ich services for which tho same\ is kept,. become generally

by their own children, who were making While nature sinks to griefs cold night, shortest rpaCn'of time ; which said advertisement offensive, it shall be defemed'a') nuisance;

great exertions to snatch them from this true Religion sheds a heavenly light, shall he posted at two or more and the of the lot or'the
of Tartarus. And points to mansions in the skies, public places in th 'colJnty where such owner, or occupant ,
Tcsembhnco :
never-diell. be I person having the control thereof; shall-
Where the pure spirit judgment shall rendered. ,
ers.VIIO suffered
Ad respects; our sol the to such in tho said! '
Seel 4. Bo it furthor enacted, That: such remove same place
much in of I hunger and thirst t. .. .... ,. ,
consequence ---- ----:- -- -' sate shall not take place before the same premises, as the Mayor of tho Corporationand
they exposed! themselves to every danger, in 'IJAR1NEINTELLIGENCE.' shall have been advertised ten days: : It two other members may deem most
possession, of tho articles of shall be auction at the time and
order to gain by public proper, and upon the refusal or failure of
food., wipe, ,liquor, and other things of place designated in such advertisement. such person to remove-the same,shall he-

greater or less utility,contained in the burnt POUT OF BVWEST- Sec. 5. Be it further enacted. That any lawful for thq City Marshal, to remove the
mulatto,sold aforesaid shall for
negro or as ,
cellars and chops. 'Jlett'h through thy tho time for which he, she or they may be same at the expense of the party refusing,

streets promiscuously with the desperate ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.June sod, taken and held as slave or slaves, and and the person"So refusing shall befined the
inhabitants carrying with them all that they AnuXimericsHavana. ..in all respects liable to the same penalties sum of hive Dollars.
\ 16. Sloop Mary -
wcro capable of snatching from tho ravages and treatment, and bound to perform any
q( M1'3.awful), fire. In short, in eight Fair American- Burrows Ilav. service which his,her or their owners may Sec 4. Be it further ordained, Thatany ,
or ten hours, this ,cxtcusivo and splendidcity 111. Sloop ,Havana. require in the same mantleras sltvcs ate person subject to this Ordinance: and fail-
Sloop Reynolds,
was reduced: to ashes, with the exception Sloop Eden, O. ,T. Braman, Havana. bound. ing to comply} with tire same, or refusing-

of the palaces: of tho Kremlin, some Sloop North America E. D. Bramaa, Sec. C. Bo it further enacted That if any to (pay any costs or fines in consequence

largo houses, and ,all tho churches, which Havana. free negro or mulatto, sold for a term of thereof execution may bo issued against

were \built.of stone. Schr. Roman Hill, Nassau, N. P. time as aforesaid, shall run-away from his, them by too Mayor as in case of judgment
her or their owner or owners, such person Passed 28
... oTcolor Upon summary complaint before any -
COMMUNICATED 18. SlaopFair\mericanOul'J'O"", justice of the peace, shall and may be O Mayor.AIXX.OCDEU.PATTERSOX
Havana. condemned to servo double the time for Cl" ". .

roa TUB,KIT WElT aUCTTE. Sloop Tickler, Reynolds,Havana which he. the of they, shall have rrtn'away; .............
Sloop North America, 'E. D. Braman, I which summary complaint may be made ORDINANCE-No. 2.
Mr. Editor,-I embrace opportunity Havana. and condemnation for more service Awarded .

through your paper of addressing ibo, fol 20.. Sloop Eden O. T. Braman, New by any justice of the peace, as often and To regulate tions Streets from, and the same.remove. obstruc
Lftndon.Schr. as long, aJ said free negro or mulatto so sold
yil'g'remarks and queries to the proper Roman, Hill,Nassau,N. P.. shall continue to runaway.Sec. Sec. 1. lie it ordained by the Mayor and!

authorities: __ ..: I ?. And be it father enacted That Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council -
this acithall be In force, from and after its assembled and i is ordained .
It being very warm a fow evenings since, NEW' ADVERTISEMENTS j it hCn'bf by
i passage. too authority aforesaid That house,
end no
X about midnight having lit,myscgar -" Passed Jan.
gop : i 28,1632-*pprovcd, Feb.4
HENRY K. NEWCOMB building or enclosure, shall remain or.encroach
took a scat in my piazza to enjoy a WILL attend to any AGENCY or I 1832. upon any Street,and every such obstruction

little 1 reflection.! Thp first object, lmw 'er, Business that may An Act -Soldiers and Seamen. shall be deemed a nuisance. '
be intrusted to him. Office and Store concerning
which struck my senses and diverted ray attention Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That
Booms in the Warehouse of FIELDING De it enacted by the Governor and Legislative -
from the "airy dream' \vbkti a A. BROWNE, Esq. I Council of the Territory of FlorU when any Street or Square in the City: ,shall .

qtifu1 moonlight night was calculate. iCey-\\Prat, No1

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0' >' > .. ._ .

f ,

the same shall be nmdts] to the. Mayor and +j without ilrst obtaining) said permission,shall after passing the'.aforesaid limit?,.shall be ing alicenso to such effect nnJef the Land

Aldermen, it shall be be) duty said board l he liable to perforfn'tlwSmb: quarantine exempted from paying pifotacc.; aid and end| of who tbd ii Clerk hereby for.authorised tKe time'being and required fir. '

to appoint fit and! proper persons to examine tnay,.L**j. mposcxl T urwif.tf,e vessels and cps Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That"allPilots city totsanethe, sum,under tho conditions
and report to.them, if the said oLs ,.goc*. "I who shall bring a vessel lntorthisI'orl'; and protfsiofts.ll reinaner let forth.

tion ought to be removed, and if the,removal Sec 3. Bo it further ordained"That this shall be entitled.to carry her out unless tho' I e9.l, no it further ordained! That
of ho s.merecommcDde: by .said! Ordinanco shall remain in full force, until commander can shew good and sufficientcause previous to the issuing of any such license

persons, the,:Mcybr shall:order; the same to expressly repealed by thts Board. to I ho contrary. Any vessel arrivingat I I as is herein contemplated and directed' the

be re 1 yet cL by! the owner; or occupant of PIWcd28 April, 183 .. : this Port without a Pilot, shall have lib party applying for the same shall pay orca'ille
the soul CIctk for the
bo unto
gnid building, and a' copy, of such order 0. IIARA, Mayor.AiKXAxcnn erty' to depart without a Pilot,f unless. the lino of to the said paid city, the slime,? sums following .

shall baby the City'Marshal, served ,upon f PATTEKSOK,Clerk.OItINANC1Nn Captain should wish one. to wit Ten,Dollars for vefry DUllard
,Uic'owner or occupant of such building. Sec, 8. Be it further ordained, That Table( ; for the retailing of.dry goods or groceri -,
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained,. That if- G. .each and every Pilot wishing to obtain .a ,9. Ten Dollars and if ,both, Fifteen
the owner or occupier of the said building Branch, shall make application to tho Mayor Dollar; for selling goods by.auction, on the
shall fail or refuse to remove" the same after An Ordinance prevent the limits shooting of and Aldermen, and before ho obtain gross aittonnt of sales one quarter of ono
Firo-Arms &c. within tho of the
it shall "such he the said .hall undergoan centum and each and every Commission
the service( of notice as aforesaid, City of Key West. applicant, per ;
and 1 is examination before a competent Committee merchant shall pay the sum of Fifteen Dollars '-
Marshal e
1)9 thQ duty of the City >, Sec. .1.'Be it ordained by the Mayor j
authorized' to have the said houseor to be .constituted by the Board, to per annum.
hereby and Aldermen of the City of Key. West, and if lie be found Hcc. 3. Be it further ordained, that any '
nuisance removed from examine applicant
building, or any in Council assembled, and it is hereby ordained and every person keeping open any billiard ,
the Street or Square, and tho expense of by the authority aforesaid, That it : competent, sliall be the duty of the Clerk room, or retailing any dry goods ot groceries i
removing the slme 1 stall ba paid by the shall not be lawful for within' to grant a Branch to such applicant, and selling any goods In said city, either
such any person the said Branch shall be signed by tho Mayor commission merchantir ltd- '
person owning or occupy:: ing building, tho limits of which limits shall by auction or as r
and for the amount thereof, exeution may for which the applicant shall pay to the out having fiat obtained a license for suchEurpoJo
issue as in case of judgments construed as extending as far rs Elizabeth Corporation, Five Dollar, and one Dollarto shall beand he is hereby made lia-% -
Passed 28 April 1832. street,) to fire off or discharge any firearms i the Clerk : it shall\ bo required of each ( ahd pay fot:every such act, and-
of description whatever or:to dis- of the the of
O. OIIARA, Mayor.PATTJSKSON any ; and cry Pilot,.before he receives his or for every repetition same sum i
charge any crackers, or other fire works I in the Fifty Dollars, to be sued for and recovered
Clerk. their Bianch, to give good security
ALEXA DEn whatever and person violating the with costs of suit before the Mayor or Mayor
; any faithful
Dollars for the
of One
sum said half to the
provisions of this ordinance shall be finedrive pro tern of citjr-ono
ORDINANCE-NO. 3. Dollars for each and offence performance of his or their duty as use of the informer or rmers-tbo remaining
To prevent tho running at largo.of Aw ine or every Branch Pilot. half to the me of stud city. -
l Goats within the Corporation limits of and upon failure to pay tho same, shall be Sec. 9: Boil further ordained, That if Sec. 4. He it further ordained. 'l'ho.00<

Key West. imprisoned exceeding ten days. any Hle.t shall bring in or. carry out of thing in this act contained shall bo,so construe .
Be it ordained. )' tho Mayor and Alder Sec. 2. De It further ordained, That if this. Port vessel or vessels, for a less tod as to license tho beeping open of

men of.tho. City of Key West, in .Council any free negro, or mulatto shall fire off or suDI than he any is lawfully entitled to, to the i I any billiard room alter eleven o'clock on'

assembled, and it i is hereby ordained by discharge any firo arms, or discharge any prejudice of nny other Pilot, ho or they, on Saturday evenings, or at any time during. -

the authority of the same, That after the crackers,'or ah) other fire-works: whatever, conviction thereof; shall forfeit and pay to tho Bcc.Sabbath.6. Bo it further ordained, That all'
of this ordinance all Swine; found, contrary to this ordinance, he or they so offending Dollar and s.
passing the Corporation, Twenty over licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immediately
running at large in any of the sheets, or for the first offence shall be fined above what the pilotage shall amount to, take effect, and ho in force for tho

within tho corporation limits of Key West!,. Five Dollars; and upon failure or refusal to end all controversy in relation'to any part of space of one year from the first of June
shall! be taken into the possession the Ci pay the same, he or they shall rectitwcli- this Ordinance. shall be decided by the next; and that for every such license so,issued
thereof ty lashes and for the second offence, he the said'. Clerk shall receive tho sum
ty Marshal: and the owner or owners ; Mayor, subject, however, to an appeal to ,
shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corporation or they shall receive thirty-nine lashc, and the Board of Aldermen. of Two Dollars foe his own inc. 8
Dollar for each and the same for each offence thereafter. Sec. G. Bait fnrthorurdainedThatfrotlt
of One
the ordained '
it further
sum Sec. 10. Be
: ,
said first of June all
and after the day next,
Sec. 3. Belt further ordained That
every hog, sow or swine so found runningat any of any |>eison subject to this Ordinance and free negroes d mulattos,whatever sox,
of violation
large, belonging to him,her, or them, and person l giving information a failing (0 comply with the same, or refusing shall pay or cause to ba paid unto the City
on their failing so to dp.on notification\ tho this ordinance, shall entitled, to one half (10 I pay any costs or fines in consequence Marshal, the<< sum of One Dollar per head
Marshal is hereby directed, to cause the said the monies collected. of the person so. offen- thereof, execution may be i issued against per annum' for every such free negro or mulatto '

hog, sow or swine, to be sold\ at public out ding. them by the Mayor, as in case of a judg. of the ago fifteen years or over; and '
cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting Passed. 28lh April, 1832.0.'O'11ARA. meet, for every such negro or mulatto under fir '
the expenses incurred by him, and' JIt1yor. Passed: 30lh April, 1832. teen years of ago and over ten years,, tho t '
Alexander Patterson Clerk.ORDINANCENo.. sum of Fifty cent per annum-the whole' i,
head ho.will ,
the above specified sum per O. O'HARA, Mayor.ALEXANDER to be received the use of said city-for
pay over to the owner or owners thereof. : PATTERSONClerk.. which tho said Marshal shall give to all such ,
De it further ordained That all :: .&
Sec. 2. negroes and.mtilattocs a good and sufficient 1
Goats caught running at largo within the To regulate the. Pilotage for tho Port of ORIINANCI No. G. receipt, which shall operate as n license for
( limits of the City, without being hobbledo Key West. Concerning Dogs one year from the first day of Juno next; V. .
as to prevent their jumping, from and Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermenof Whereas, the. great number of Dogs lit I pre and in default of such negrues ut mulattoes
niter the second day of May, shall bo shot the City of Key West, in Council assembled sent running at large in the City of Key or any one of them failing to comply witt\
of tho first clause of this ,
by the City Marshal or authorized it therefore ordained West without ostensible is tho provisions section }
any person and i is by any owner tho Marshal of said city, after giving
by hiOl.Passed the authority aforesaid, That nil Vessels an evil and nuisance felt sensibly all fiyo days notice thereof, shall attach the bodies
20 April, 1832. of War shall be subject to the following classes of the community,and calculated of such negroes or mulattoos, and advertise .
0.< O'HARA Maydr.PATTKUSON rates of pilotage: to arouso the liveliest apprehensions from and sell the said negroes or mulattoes

4LEASDin Clerk. Sec. 1. All Vessels' of War per foot thA consideration of the approachingwarm for such a period and tunnels an amount
drawing 5 and not more than 14 seasonSec as will pay and satisfy the taxes hereby imposed '
ORDINANCE No. 4. them, together with,the reasonable 1'
feet, : : :2O0 1. Be it therefore ordained by upon
To Tax Pedlars and. Transient Traders. Drawing 14 and not more than the Mayor anu board of Aldermen, of said costs of such attachment' ; and for so' t

Sec. 1. Bo it ordained, by the Mnyoraml 18 feet, : '. ; .' ':. .25 City of Key bleat, That from and ufter tho doing and, ho above shall in for every his own such services case receive, from ;
Aldermen of the City of Key West, in Council 12th ihsCthc of found over L ,.I
Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 50 owner every Dog such frco'negro or muhtto,the sum of Two '
: assembled and it is hereby ordained by Over 21 feet, : : : 3 00 withiri the precincts of said City and belonging Dollars, to be taxed in his bill of costs. .
the authority aforesaid, That any person Sec. 2. All Merchant Vesper foot. to a citizen thereof, shall, be taxed Sec. 7. Be further ordained, That eve
coming within tho limits of the City ofKey sels drawing fi and not over 12 for the same' and every one of the sameat ry such free negro or mulatto so advertised

West, o.mj' not being a resident of the feet, shall pay : : $1 60All the rate of One Dollar for every male and sold, shall, for the timo being, bo considered i

land and.having a Store therein, ,who shall above 12 and not over 1C feet, 2 00 and TJircc Dollars for every female, to be tho property of the purchaser. '
cell or disposef any goods,wares or merchandize All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 applied to the use of said City of Key West Sec. 0. Be it fictltarordatncd, That the 'e
except live stock and poultry, .2.Be it further ordained That owner, or owners, or agent of every slave
All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50Sec3. on
shall before the said first
,on or day Jnna
within the limits of the City aforesaid,shall,
Vessels arriving or depart- failure of compliance with the provision of next, pay to the said Marshal for every such
before he proceeds to. vend or dispose of ing through the North .West Pas the foregoing section! ,within nine days from slave over the age of fifteen years and under

the same, pay to tho Treasurer of tho City, sage, and drawing 4 feet or'upwards the passage: of this act, the master or owner fifty, twenty-five cents-to be applied to rf
Ten Dollars_ ,!aml obtain from tho Clerk of except such as arc herein- of such Dog,shall be liable to o fintof'I'cn for the use of said city-for which the

1 the City, a License specifying trio object after mentioned, shall pay 2 00 Dollars, one-half to the use of said City said Marshal is hereby required and directed ,
for. which the same is granted.Sec. All vessels bound through tho North West of Key West, the other half to the use of to give a sufficient receipt, which said receipt t
2. Bo it further' ordained, That any shall operate. as a license(for tho period i
Pans, and touching at Key West for the the informer or inform rsto bo recovered
of one from the first of June '
person coming i into thou limits of Key purpose of landing! passengers letters, or fora,.the said Mayor or Mayor pro tern of for tho keeping year of such slave or*slaves;next and
West, who may bo subject to this Ordinance obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or said City, and such Dog or Dogs, shall be in case the said o"oor'or'o"nefl; or agents .
and folio comply; with the first water, shall depart without being subject' to liable moreover to be donq away with by the of such slave or slaves shall refuse or ner
section thereof, shall bo fined Twenty Dol'tar the above ordinance, unless} the Master of Marshal of paid City, and for every such lect to comply with the provisions of tins

( !, to be recovered before the Mayor.Sec. the eaid vessel shall request a Pilot tq take Dog killed or done 8\v(1ywith( ho shall reeeivQ.Fifty aectloqthesaid, Marshall.shall, proceed in H
3. Be it further ordained, That any charge of such vessel and take her out over Cents. the manner directed in the foregoing sec '

person who may have his, goods, wares the Bar; for which services he shall receive Sec$ 3. Be it further ordained, That all tion; and all the provisions of said foregoing -
or !merchandize sold or disposctj of by section aro hereby declared, and they' ,
any the usual rates of Pilotage. AII'Illots detained licenses'such as are contemplated in the I
be in and
shall force
full operation as regards
person established and doing business ns a board of vessel tho fourth section of this Ordinance shall be
on any by .request such-slaves; 'and all such 'remedies as arc
Commission Merchant in the City of Key of her commander, shall receive for issued by the Clerk, of the Corporation of provided in said section aforesaid, shall and
West, shall be exempt from tho provisionsof each and; every day's services Three Dollars said Cityand that for each of said Licenseshe may be pursued towards such slaves. !,

thia-Ordinance. per day, over and above his pilotage. shall charge and receive tho sum of Fifty Hcc. 0. Be it further odained, That a tax r
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 f,

O. O'HARA, Mayor! shall not be subject to this ordinance.Sec. Dogs, to be collected before said Mayor or same is hereby laid on all improved Veil estate '
\ PATTEIISOX Clerk. in said city and ono half of ono
Lrxayprt;( per
% Mayor tem for the use of said Clerk.
4. Be it furtherorduincd, That any pro. centum on all unimproved real' estate 'in
vessel the the Bar Sec. 4._ Best further ordained, That any '
ORDINANCE-No. 5. having passed Buoy on said city-Provided, said unimproved real
of the North West Passage before having License may be issued for the, keeping estate shall not bo valued at more than
the introduction of Cholera
fur preventing into the City of Key West. been boarded by a Pilot, shall not be obliged of Dogs, in compliance with tho provision Twenty-five Dollarr per acre; which said'

Whereas, a Ferlamdiaeaso known by tho to take the same; but in case a Piltt of this"Ordinance, by the Clerk. value, as well of improved, as of unimproved .

name of Indian Cholera, at present piavailing goes on board by tho request of her 'Cap Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That if real estate oath ,shall two be, estimated anal assessed .

i in the Northern parts of Europe, tain, then he shall receive the usual 1 pilot- any master or owner whatsoever not residing on by disinterested persons
appointed by this Board.
in said of
City Dog or Dogs shall
of tho most fatal character, and as such age. any Hcc. 10. lie it further ordained, That all i
disease may be introduced into our own Sec. 5. Bo further ordained, That all after receiving notice,from any member or taxes provided forty the(foregoing section,

port, by vessels trading with that quar vessel bound into the Port of Key West, officer of this Corporation, permit such Dog shall,after giving twenty days notice to that
ter of the Globe, and spoken by a PilotBora Chica bearing or Dogs tp go at large in said City, lie or effect to the owner, or. owners, or agent/ -or
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by North, or North.Wcsterly, shall pay full she shall be liable to all the provisions andpenalties such e.tateLe'.ued for by the laid Marshal A i

the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of pilotage at the same rates as" though she ,prescribed intho second section before the said Mayor or Mayor pro tem. *
of this Ordinance. by proper action, together with the cost. for'
,Key West, That all vessels arriving from had been brought in over the main Ship( Passed 5th serving such notice.

ports places where tho said disease exists, Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not &lay,1832. Sec. 11. Be it further ordained That
shall bo taken by the Pilots| of the Port having been spoken by a Pilot before passing LEx.bF.a PATTEKWX O. O'JIARA Clerk.OIlDlNANCBNo. Mayor. such assessors shall, for their services in estimating .
without their going on board, to tho Quarantine the above named limit, and bcin 3 and assessing as aforesaid, receive 4
Ground, northward and westward miles from the Light House on Key West, the sum of Ten Dollars,' out of any money
of Fleming's Key, there to remain under fhall only be subject pay half pilotage; 9. .in the Treasury of said city not, otherwise
the direction of the Mayor of the City,and but if not spoken uiilil after pasting the An ordinance to raise a revenue fa and for appropriated. '. i

llealth Officer of tho Pert, aforesaid limit, in that case aha! shall< 'be the City of Kej West. Sec. n Be it further ordaiaedK .Thai

Sec. 2. Do it further ordained, That exempted: from paying any pilotage. Board ffec.! of I. Bo Aldermen it ordained of the by the City Mayor of Key and where any owner, ownersor agent of aby 4
improved or unimproved real esUtdZwhoshall
while it shall be thought necessary: by the Sec. 0. Bo it further ordained, That all Wet, That from 'and after the first day of on oath before the Mayor, and 'Alder r
said Health Officer, that such vessel l or vessels vessels arriving' through the West Pass;and June-swttitsbaA and may be lawful for men, say that his estate has beeo 'too Ijlihlr

.shall shall'quarantine! intercourse the East end of(he Dry Rockt;to the Westward any and erenr person, being a citizen or inhabitant assessed, it hall bo the duty of said Mayor '
whatever held with the City or Island of Sand Key,bearing south-weal,shall of Key West aforesaid, to keep and Aldermen, or a quorum of the Board,
of Key West, but by I permission and pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until i open in said city say billiard room or rooms, to proceed forthwith to assess such estate,
under the direction of the Mayor and passing tho aforesaid limit, and being to retail dry goods ar groceries, or both, to which assessment shall be final. *4>
sell goods on commission, when appointed Passed 1632.'c
Health Officer all who shall three miles from West or May 21
persons Key Light,only half by tho Governor of Florida, by auction, O. O'HARA I
I hold} intercourse with such vessel or vessels, pilotage thai I lecovprcd, but if spoken I within the limits of said city, upon reoeir* Patterson, Clerk Malor.A.t..wef'

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STATE lUQHTS AND .FREE; TltAJJEaVENMfC : | federated at home.. ll -.,j1J' $ the paper.! It is Cspcctcd 1 that they

'. .' j 111'"; 'I portfint. that: the-powe; '> ;1T- \ win JIg fain in jheir! hands io ,per cent. r"f

;"11testdltiltimnn 'lh Chacstnnf'an ; rvhiclialonocan' ,' ;compel at< : : : the punt received, as a remuneration for
!.I. '\ pdaitibiial N' \vs ptaper jdevoted'tb'the' {I I of,the'Chai ter.. 'That '.ofaho their trouble; .
each State States.
I Sovereignty -Editorsoc1rflpcrs; \ "
of'theirtrrincip1e9'hati' been'deem- O whom
support .
Right of.sovereign( mt ( with few ese
od the PATB. RlOflTS1
c.tpc'dicrit'Jby change
are requesed1bgive(
PJlEEf; Tft'ADE TlUTV. In theasurpation of Federal ; erlca.n an
pursuance and time favor will
,I istcnce of this right as, .neglect inscrticnt ul&lrecrproca-
( :
of iii ,ielerfnaaU6rf) THE EVENING tell 'CVJan. ,
POST bo'commcnccd Mia Eve- principle of our and
Daily trine ; it is cu-eval with' I in the ,ist, 1C32.. ''f-/tj'
"I1' 'Journal I the officearfangcmcnta'canbe ,
?!? ,BO sbqh'as: requisite and was asserted by i{> ,

; completed. temporary, expositors. policy, Tho following article originally;
t Tile political tenets to which the ETCriliij -' appealed
the characteristic' oC,the in this i Wo
? Post will' bo devoted ,are 'so 'familiar on account'
guishing! ours from other dditio s of having latelyseen ; of it
ibifs'community, have been so long the; copy in n Bos.
r prominent\ subject of discussion 'by theptcssandrhavO.hcen dcral Constitution in their is elements.in fact of their ton paper: with tnany/errors: and inaccnra_
by and
often 'and triumphahiljvindicated new i. eke in the latitude
so longitude
lic opinion is construed et bearing
by the first minds i in ourState the changing will"of a ; i I of some of the, Light I louses. It is evi.
and in the' Federal councils, that it ;
dent if this erroneous
our Republic a guardian with,a' statement\ be followed i
is aeerned.unneccesary to more
promulgate. is as a permanent nile of patron it ,will materially'mislead the Mariner
thou the\ following exposition vbich offer{ -
: ed in lictiof':a more'dctaijed'political l creed. The formal recognition gene and so far from being a guide to warn him
on the face! ,of.the._Charter their from wilt
Free Trade will be advocated as the die- danger, subject him.to the very
late of'art enlightened'policy 'as4 superfluous, in ,as much as lari he- difficulties against which
a privilege our publication
: : ; from the formation, '
sarily Citi-
I of the, people, which! "!tpat lat justiceTequrns tween independent s little was intended to guard. Wp advise Edi
from the rulers of every country-' common umpire. Asa tors to publish the following, which Lc
and as aright,which,in ours; in guarantee( 1by1 pro relied
ical itS of on as accurate:
system, .course ? that en-
tho Constitution. The framers of that
I ight. "For the information of Mariners
, venerated instrument withheld from' the revolutionary their gene
' Federal agents'the protect manufacttiresby'restrcttve tion of a minority from so much rally, we have procured from'tho Collector

power duties ; it has been I the l'ederal authorities and ot the Port, the following schedule of the

: usurped by'"a perversion of tho revenue from the usurpation of a connec situation of theLight Houses along the "

power, and its exercise, involving sectional the tllrollgt,th.c u.s "icnc1Jt Florida shore, under his supcrintendence
I I oppression 'for sectional 'aggrandisement, Reliance.Constltlhon for that itself Public Cape Florida Z Ai..;.-'..Sattonary. Situated .

lias: necessarily,produced a the sectional exasperation placed in either'bribe .- on the.south point of Key Biscayne,
I of tlie..Union. Jt endangers is impossible permanency'that the in- it was provided as a shield. ,with- about 400 yards from the beach, Tho
jnredparticecantoleratolegklationsomanifestlynniust< Court being ono of the \ Light may be considered 70 fart above tlio
I If: not, therefore, entrusted letter level of the distant from
and unequal in ,its operation. sear Gulf
i Without first proving, which' is impossible, guardianship i Nor: could* suitable Stream about 7 "mi1 s. Vessels' drawing

, that the benefits" the protection are equal majority-the the ballot safeguard.box-- .. 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles

y\}, ly apportioned to"all the States-.it is a gross "minority sidered as can exert 'no true the' of the -Light. Lat. 25' 47 N.-Long.CO .
absurdity" to contend that the burdens of sectional 42 W.fjgfit ,
presentation a
\ the Tariff equally upon all. If, then, come '
press responsibility orrepre \ ; Ship Florida is situated Ca-
if he a tax on 'consumptionexcl'usively, as office: on
Us defenders vainly argue, its operation isyet their fidelity to their' Room, ryforcTs Reef, near the site of the old one.,
glaringly iuiequal and it-becomes nofreepeople ents, and the \ be had, in Lat. 25 00 N.-Long. CO 27V.. It

I to'' submit io.its unauthorised i caneffect, ( nothing against the ci is easily distinguished, as (two distinct

, exaction Much'less is in,,' be tolerated, !interest,which,the,repr"ccn to this Lights are shown, which can generally ho

1 f. when !Ifi c"vidCntthat"ive are not only arbitrarpy'taxed ; jority ents to maybe enforce compelled in utter make seen at the distanco of 12 miles. Its object -

:. as corisdmcrt, but that'the Charter.-'t'he principle, to the is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks
inevitable result df the protective system is1 ;hitb.erto
solating -that the \ and shoals near which it is placed.
the ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin '
'I I the 'prostration of our agricultural inte- cretion of a majority.'and Key West Liglrtstand 4on the S, West
t rest. sl1rrencicd. .their "- ( office Point of the Island'or Key West ; is in
in the,
'There Is Yio >solidity'in objection to actions Resides of except the two houses, ,of Lat. 21 25 N.-Loner. >2 01 W. ; erect
If} Our resistance','that others are blindly sub- frame of government no ed for the pnrproscof guiding vessels when

I mittin tothe evils, which are overwhel- tile consolidating entering the liarlmur! ; the ,directions fofwhich
'} mine tbcni' in' common with ourselves.rlusiielinghencyhnot .- jority shall govern.f"le'tbnt The are as follows: Bring the Light to
* justification. If iust. the
[ our elected by a minority of hear N.N.W. and the Sand KeyLight to
j we ard awake 'to the dangers and degradation & N.
i| of bur situation it behoves us to leave jority of Senators the bear W.S.W. and you cross ,the Reef in
j aggregate:; of whose : ion about 5 fathoms for West
' water
noeffort untried until wo shall have repelled ; run Key
t. the invasion of our liberties* Tho EveningPost : rity of tho "bolepeople, Light until within two mile, then steer
will,'therefore exhort to resistance of sure unan l'lOl 8.lypassed"ty du- N.W. until
tive of the pcoplein the It will you open Flceming's Key-
tiifl Tariff the most prominent enormityof vice a' bare ; which is a Mangrove Inland in the Northern

that' American System which has been House versa may reject a type; part of the harbor, and then run 'for it
built-up oh the ruins of the Free all clas
\ System unanimous voice of the The best isin tho /t f
:' bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if 3,1WI.'U aflfirdcd{ anchorage upper part <
; Senate I
the States i in the the
harbour. of the Ilousr
Height Light
. i established hs the settled policy of the country three ;
l.t must, in llic'end, either sever tho bond sin deliberate lo individual act of,both may'put in ad- front the Jcvel of tbe sea, 83 feet 6' inches.

()f'Unionor( molt down consolidate, tho of the Light'stationary..
State'Sovel into ono limitless, irresponsible ges Supreme.-Court Sand in
eighties not by election but by i1y Pa Key Liq Revolving once
despotism. The Evening Post. set aside the concurrent board, 54 second It 13 the best Light".on the

I will oppose Internal Improvement as tin.contititntibnal'as House; Senate,'arid coast ; -So W. Ly S. a 1-2 miles.from Key
l an engine of favoritism, I ,
er to protect the West Light-situated directly on the Reef.
as' source of sectional'robbery, as creating l1luircr ,
have been
rationally Tho
necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the dol Light 70 feet above tliesea.

r .ta'tation-it will oppose the rechartcring! was apprehended. It I con Tortvgas LigM-Srntionar't-nn: ono
l of thoiUnited1' States' Dank, as manifestly deed, committing the keys tons of the Dry :Tortugss Islands, near the'! western

unconstitutional, and as prolonging:; the existence the safe-keeping of those, extremity of the.Reef, in Lat 21- 31 N.
of'a, dangerous power ; and, it will suggested propriety row Long. 83 10 WiSEGAR
.tI'Q at
oppose projected) disposition of the Sur. er was wlsely'td\'lt.b '
r, plug!! Revenue, as a scheme of, barefaced, Sovereignties-and thus not ..dol
, wholesale' bribery, whlchic adopted will provided delnitc rule of { KeyW
a'duration co-existant
, give to'oppression' Federal Government a through
with that of government < r inoperative, that is to nullify ) g be'
j j A zealous and judicious' attachment to the rised and irregular action.So MANUPACTORZW
'Union?prescribes the present as the proper takes this
far as a congeniality \\a \fl7"4Lr' P*
crisis for making, determined and uncompromising ist, in relation to these prin : jQ prin JLJL* W porlunity of informing
stand for tbe Constitution, before ning Post is'p1edged'to: the the'Public, that ho has established
tho interests of different sections Party,
jarring Free Trade
and Party
; A SEGAR MANVFACTOBT at Iey 'Vest.110 .-
I are cilablo.'conflict-beforo'blinded organised' agq.inst'cacb' other in' by irrecon their! of'measures, to be imp rtlf fQr.this purpose, the rtry 'hestTobmo
the support of men, its
I unrighteous gains,' the consolidation! States zealously contributed to } rncsi ic from Havana (
i hall regard as undoubted right their undue al influence and promote nd the Segarsoftho best quality, and of every

I r, advantages=before they' shall resolve to vanoement of, those' it docs description may he had athiseslablishment: ,
: maintain all hazards the. tyrannous principle themselves to the good 05r All orders in't abov'e' linc'wilT
I? that: public opinion," or the will of a titled with the.value of the' or those Bit meet the earliest attention "
mal irity"isa powerabovo the Constitution;; liberty and honor of South May 23, 1832. 30 tf. '
,,1| and before tho victim sovrcigntiesjn mino- warm co-operation with only, t. '
':j t rity, goad({ beyond endurance, (unless the barrassed by a personal good '
very'aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall didate for the Presidency | is \ Loggerhead Turtle Slieli.!I

\\1 t|1 riso in desperation and abolish a :frame off office. of liE subscribers win give a fair pre

',governmenttootnnchshattorodtobo recog In maintaining its ground JL for 500 Ibs. of the above article. \.
c' raised withal for which they originally stipulated flicts of party, it will;be the of / GEORGE E.. WEAVER fc CO. _" .
which inveterate sectional hatred -ny'- ?
and ning Post lo the or -
shall, then 'render it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and Daily, It. C. CRO7IEH,
again to re-compose and re-edify. The Southonto the belief that the l Semi- ATTORNEY PRO.TEM.br THE UNITED STATEISOUTIIEdN
roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion best its '
.mil be satisfied with"nuthing but equ&llty ; ness '''without violence, and : an
Office of the District Attorney.
and it cannot bo' denied that by the Coniti- temperance. With the other

,, tutiou, even if stnctly observed, ,4he slaveholding acts of opponents, it will .. as af May 23, 103'?. 38 it
States are placed at decided disat1- but ,
dealing freely-
\' vantage. Once leagued for lho resumption '
part of its career will ever
h of rights; they will submit no longer to a picton of its even'partial quality IN tbe case of Joseph Cottrell & Co. t*
indirect taxation calculated to in their bales of at and
system of famous maxim, that *' all is cotton, picked up sea
r blind tho people to the extent and inequaliI Thedomestio concern's' of libelled for salvage in the Superior Court
I I of their burdens-and they will demand I will be carefully watcbed, copies for the Southern Judicial District, oC Florida -

! for their laboring, class a representation fullyequal advocated which shall which the Court has decreed, tbat after: pay.

to that of the laboring classes the ted for her prosperity,& of'I he log tbe costs and expenses of said prosecution -
other States. The.required, concessionswilihe cal governmentt Post- one half of the residue the value of

certainly refused by those by whom While the, 'Evening i Post slid cotton (agreeable, to the appraisement)
tha Union,is regarded but as bargain esti- to the promulgationof the that be paid to die said Cottrell & Co for their

mated ivy a calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus, it bo ex salvage on tIe same; and tbat the remainder -
and loss and the Federalb0nd. will\ bo sundered lectful of the practical be held under tbe bond of stipulation
-and f rever; The advocacy of Statp t and Trade, two branches of subject to the claim of tie rightful owners

..Rights; is, therefore, the only (faithful\ advocacy must he most beneficially able thereof, provided said claim Jbe interposed
of Union. success of its doctrines. } in I within the time prescribed by law; and that
'7'. With a 6rPcoQtction'or this important will be made ,to perfect notice of tbe same be given by an advertisement
truth, the Evening Post will contend for connected '"i\hco llnerci j to be published in the Key WestGazette
.'f Liberty-the Constitution-Union." For and our merchants mend (j eight i once a month for nine months..

:Liberty first, at; the first of national bless the.readiest attention tQ.11 remit I Therefore all persons having claim to
dings( for, the Constitution which secures it the warmest/ gratitude for a copy said Cotton,or interested therein,are hereby
\ from'domestic usurpation ; and for the Union notified and required to present tbe same
I ti which'strenglheni ifagainit foreign aggression. TERMS: dollars I within the time prescribed in said decree,
' ( Without .n. rigid: observance of Daily paper, $10 per or they will be barred. ,
t 7. tlip compact<< the Union mmtbecome a Uni paper, three times a week, : Al If. DAY, ( Jerk
on ivfthout Liberty, and the uncertain dan Advertisements inserted lo Sup. Court Soutb. Dbt of Florida
i.. ter of sitbjuationfrorn abroad is infinitely Charleston/ fR. (!.\ Oct. receive May 234 180*. 38 ('in .

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