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 27, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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y ?If' THE. GAZETTE.. the Icatling) champion ,or domestic. manu 1Veariagappareli + i02,177' out. Our little'town'is all afore ''wo: lm\t i : ,

: C&ITED ATH. factures,and whose admissions of,fact must Combs and buttons, i "124,589' nbt had'tluch ,a squeeze' since,the Logialaturo -.

.' 19. STKOBEL bo conclusivo against his arguments of Umbrellas parasols, ,'796, adjourned; the tavern is full of lawyers .

:. theory! this Senator tells you, and dwells Leather and'morocco skims : 709C8; tho show room full,of ladies, and the
And, published, ,on ,every Wednesday by Printing presses and types ib,<61 "
if. upon thus disclosure wilhf triumphant exultation figs,a1 nil rninater"ndehcasenro: full of
JEFFllEYS'. Cooks and
THOMAS 32,004
that American cottons snakes and liuards",and snapping ,
'- arc now ox.ported Paper and other stationary; 40,334 turtlcaa ;
TERMS. -$5. per annum. -payable in to,Asia, and sold at a profit in the Paints"and varnish, *"|I"V;; ?3,710 If ever I commit fblony, I humbly dcslrb. ,

t advancp, great cotton markets of Canton and Cut Vinegar, .t..- A' **.,#. M.i 6,699 lobe sent to a tread"mill! a penitentiary, art,

Advertisements inserted at+ one dollar cutta! Surely, sir, our tarilT laws of '24 Earthen and stone ware,' *...f.: .**%,,, t.773 inquisition\ galley, or Iho 'gallqws-any0 t'
peesqunto"for: tho'fint insertion and fifty and "'26, are not in force in Bengal and Glass, 'i *.t,*- -J.'If... .. .* ; 00,580' thing preference to being put into a'so.tar

cents for every succeeding.time,'till orders China And I appeal to all mankind for Artificial flowers, "1"' .' 13,707 microscoptLet no reformtiMrttroducdrsuch
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cd to be stopped the truth of the Inference, that, if our cot M Trunks Molasses 6654 3,965 a punishment into out penalbodo-) .
::: :- 0"h.. tons can go to'these countries and be soldat Salt domestic i. Nc\cr was such an infernal machine inv,:r.
,( ,) 2,970 t
POETRY. '" a profit without any protection*ft all, This is tho list of domestic manufactures ted. MLuku'e Iron crown, and, Damicn'0. .
.... they can stay at* home, and be sold to our bed elated, ," were nothing to'it. Tli,
to countries. It
MAN WAS MADE"'TO'MOURN.A own citizens,without, loss, under'a I less pro comprehends exported tho foreign the whole agonies which I have seen inflicted "to-diiy

tection than 50 and 250 ,cent! One whole nearly thousands 6f livilm creatures attest" '1
..DrtLOEOr': '' per upon ,
ROBERT BURKS. of that of items which tho
long catalogue
: fact, Mr. President, is said to be worth n !! the truth of iliis remark J'aw (} zcns ,of T

.. When Mado chill'NSVemSer'a"surll fields'and forest' bare blast,'; '. thousand theories will add that jt is worth Senator the from second Kentucky of [his Mr.discourse Clay] read and to animals'each apparently as large.as a'raccoon :: 3
us on day
'; hundred speeches and this fact ; dancing at one time on the point of
One evening as I wandei'd'fortk. thousand ; shews the.\\holo to be going abroad with ,
Along tbo banks of Ayr, >* that American cottons now traverse the fino cambric needle ?They had been taken
out shadow of
t spy'd man, whose aged step ; -\. oho half of tho circumference of this a prolectiontoseek compe from n fig r where they had no doubt

Seem'd weary, worn with care;. globe-cross the equinoctial line-descend tition, in foreign markets, with the foreign lived a contented and plentiful life, 'in ,
of all the world. The list of articles '
JJis face was furrow o'er with years, to the intipodes -seek foreign cottons on goods company with millions of their own 6pc-

And,boary was his hair., the double theatre of British and Asiatic I have read, contains near fifty varieties -. cics. The fig 'was to them a', world, 03 '

a'Yortngstrangcrwbitherwand'resttboul! competition, and come off victorious from of manufactures, (and I have omitted large and as pleasant ns our\ t lobe is'to n*,,'

(Degan the rov'rcnd sage;) the contest,-is n fall and overwhelminganswer many" minor articles,) amounting; in value, When taken from it'tJjcy survived but a few'

Does thirst o f wealth thy step constrain, to all the speeches that have been to near six millions dollars! And now'Ilch minutes, and ,then pcrishcdjn most 'ex*',
1d the'd'iversityof human !
youthful pleasure's ragel made,or ever can he l made, in favor of high : reasoning qulsito"torments. Tho (Jown"of a butter '
Or haply,prest with cares: and woes, Tho Senator from exhibits list .
Kentucky a |u|
Too soon thou hast began'To protecting duties on these cottons at home. of articles manufactured in tho United fly's wing being placed In'the glass ca,, we

wander forth, with me, to mourn The only effect of such duties is to cut off States, and that the ] diminu were surprised to find that it 'was compos;: i
The miseries of maul t competition create a monopoly at hometo argues slightest sod perfectly formed feathers not I Icsj'than
tion in the .
enable] our manufacturers to sell iheif enormous protection they now a foot long. A'small particle of.tfib
The sun that overhangs moor, will overwhelm the whole in ruin
yon enjoy, ,
far and wide goods higher to their own Christian fellows down from the feather of a bud'vas found
Outspreading and cover the land with desolation. I exhibit -
Where b ndr labour to support J citizens than to the Pagan worshippers of to bo iujcllf a feather,such as we never saw
the list and that these
A haughty' lordling's pride; :\ ""' .R, 1 Fo and of Brahma!-to enable the inhabitants same argue articles upon the head of,tho most ambitious mili-
bear without
i'vo seen yon weary winter's sua'"*** '* .' of tho Ganges and the Burrampooter' can injury, a very considerable tia officer-it was full thirteen feet long!'

Twice'fatty time return; *' !. to wear American cottons upon cheaper diminution. lie says,if there is Vinegar was found to contain snakes about,

And ev'ry time has added proofs terms than the iuhabiiants of tho Ohio and he.least diminution, foreigners will come four feet long. I repeat, that whatever Bins
Flat man was mado to mourn> hero and undersell them; I say, no,because
citizen :
Mississippi ,And every Western I may commit, I rust I shall never be putt
these article abroad and undersell
0 man!.while in thy early years, knows the fact,,that when llicso shipments i now go I into solar microscope. I should bo maginified -

How prodigal of time! V of American cottons were making to the : foreigners, in foreign markets, without a I into, the most horrid of'monsters lOur ,

( Mispending all thy precious hours,. extremities of Asia,the price of the samecottonswasactually'raised20and I particle of, protection. This is tho' difference personal deformities, which escape tho!
Thy glorious youthful prime! .- in our, reasoning, for, our fact* arc tho I
25 I of our charitable fellow citizcnsrwould /
follies tako'tIlo 1 percent and''which is I leave tho eyes
Alternate to
: saner right, I
sway *
in all the towns of tho West: with become hideous to them and our* ;j
Liccntiouipassions burn; of all mankind I ;
: common sense to
say. '
this further differenced prejudice that selves. We should writhe in anguish ae'the
Which tenfold force gives nature's law- I do not to comment item by r.
That man was made to mourn. we can only pay for them in money,while : item all propose the articles contained, in this terrapins, and ground hogs, and snake< I
the inhabitants of Asia make payment ,in ,on did, that we saw taken from d drop of'via '
Look Dot alone on youthful prime, I list. 1 have read it in.detail,and leave thoreflections ,
Or manhood's active tho products of their own country. negar, or a particle of fig. I consider tho't
might: which ,to
i the'reading suggests,
Man then is useful to his kind- This is what the gentleman's admission the understandings of others. A few items doctrine of a plurality of worlds to but

Supported is hs right; proved; but I do'not come here to argue completely established.. Every cheese-
I will examine fur the of
Duf see him on the edge of life, upon admissions:; whether candid, or un only : purpose of the tariff exemplifying every vinegar barrel is a world:.:;.and' why i.

With cares and sorrows worn, guarded of the.adversary: speakers. I brin.njy'own.factsand my own;opinion should not the planets also have inhabitants.;

Then'ago and want, Oh! ill-match'd pair! proofs and'reallyfsir! : T and c-fytiokindof! modification qught to Wo hobs, however, that they will .never'? !'
In- instances tho manufacture
:SLow mau-was made to mourn. ". mind that tho receive. some learn how make solar for
a have a to complain gcntlu to microscopcs; :
is diffused and the
A few seem favorites of;fate, ., m n's admissions about cottons has crippled so generally domestic, price if gigantic races exist in othcr'spheres' it ;P
reduced low
In pleasure's lap caresti; ] the force of my argument-that it has so by competition, might become a fashionable amusement ;E
i'et'thtnlc not all tho rich and great that the duty is a dead letter,giving no preference ,
weakened its effect,by letting out half at a among thorny to exhibit our delicate forma I
the artizan increase of
Are likewise truly blrst. time, and destroyed its novelty, by an anti: to ,adding and graceful gestures in these ,terrible en* /
tut'Ob' what crowds in ov'ry land, to the and in +such'cases
price ,
revelation. The truth i is I have ; ] be !
Are wretched and forlorn!- cipated should trouble himself gincs. A whoo'cltfmlght' scraped 'up"'I
.sit no practical man
Through weary life this I lesson learn s ,1. this fact,(that we exported domestic:, cottons about the In otlier instances the on tho point! of'a tremendous cambric ntxH ; '
treasured in magazine of'argument duty. die and broiled Iii for tho aim I'
That tnan was made to,mourn. ,) up my domestic far from a microscope 1W1
; and intended to produce it,at tho supply being equal to muscment'of: a company'of giantesses; I
and ills
Many sharp iho ntim'rous the must be
demand large foreign supplies
Inwoven with our frame! proper time, to shew'that' ,wo exported this and'the the article never saw n solar microscope ,before*'::but I r
More pointed still'we make ourselves, article, hot tn<< Canton and Calcutta alone, procured, duty on foreign go against them from this timo forward.Elcretbforo .-''' {
is the in such in "
Regret i rcmortc, and shame! >, but to all 1 quarters of'the globe; not'a'few paid by consumer; I have J led a comfortable ;'life/ '
stances there tube reasonable]
, f And man, whose heav'n-crected face, cargoes only, by way of experiment,but in ought a ,re- blessed.with a good, appetite'and-with \.I f
duction. In other instances tho du.
Tho smiles of lovo adorn,- V { trade the ,again,
great quantities, asa regular to competent supply wholesome food; but t

fans inhumanity to thousands man, mournt< ''F '. amount of a million and a quarter of dollars market ty enables and a to'few.'exact'to engross,extortionate the domestic since my unlucky ;:viilt.fQ: '. that; ''diabolical j 1
flakes countless prices
annually; and that, of this amount, ho, contrivance, I.have not had.a, mouthful j

See yonder poor, o'crlabour'd wight; less than forty thousand] dollars Worth in where, in fact'no duty is necessary at all to wholesome food, port enjoyed .a,sound appo- J H

So abject, mean;an "' the should abolished.
be In other instances
"Who begs brother of the earth duty '
and armies of tho world could not
fleets delicate
most morsel to rp"UpS, 1 fancy it .
To him leave to toil 1' the article has
givo ; foreign no rivals or
do it hadscalcd the rode of Gibraltar, pc'' delicate monstcTS;; with
; aliyeJwith -tccmlng
And seo his lordlyfellow-wortn &.?* substitute, manufactured, in the UnitedStdtai .
.. nctrated 'to the heart of British/Garri ) invisible alligators, hiinuto elephants, ..and i ,
The poor
petition spurn, 'tf ',.;- ;.and.in'such' cases the foreign, arti*
Unmindful, though weeping wife, i4 son, taken possession of his Britanic' Ma-' : clo should bo'freed from I do impalpable tortoises. If,I walk the streets; ;

And helpless offspring mourn.t. : jcsty's soldiers bound their-arms, legs] 'and travel tho list to duty. these not I tremble lest, some unlucky drayman should '
t bodies, and strutted in triumph over the now over exemplify drive throat. I dare not drink I
wn my )
lord It slave
If I'm design'd yon UK'S tho time will for that
positions come exemplification
Cy Nature' law design'd, ,,' ,,',1' ramparts and batteries of that inattackable i ; when we arrive-at the detailsof for fear,of swallowing steam boats; and U; ''i
Why was an jndependentwish; fortress; and now, sir, I will usp no more ing blown up by the, bursting of a bnilciC '
the bih
take items
\ L\ViWt toillustrate
TE'er: planted in 'my raindl' of'the gentleman's admi sijn."m( two only As for a fig itS horrible to think ,of it J .

If not,why am I subject to' will! draw upon my own' ;resources; and i BOme,part of my meaning, name; Going a whole hog, is nothing'tho; 'man I : j I j
His cruelty, or scorn 1 will show nearly the whole] list of our dosmestic'manufactures'.r ly, iron and salt. Tho list stews a largo who caw a fig,must swallow a million of "

Or why has man tbo will and pow'r T' bo in tho same flourishing I exportation. upwards of $300,000 worth, living beings! I against' solar'micros* '
To make his fellow mourns : ..: >-- .' '' of eldmestic iron, and its manufactures. go l r
condition with cottons; actually going copes. :

Yet, let n'otthf too much, my son, abroad "to seek competition, tnthout" Turning to the detailed statement from IJut'wtr them.! It wits .I! "
Disturb breast k "*.r '; I which this summary list is compiled, and 4o'for probably
thy youthful ; protection, in foreign clime ,and contending '
every ;
inferior instrument that
This partial view of humankindIs with manufactures wo find th: entry under the head of nails; an oecasiorledijusexcitement : >
victoriously foreign : Mr. Hand's IS an improvedsolar ; J
surely not the last >
The po r, oppressed, honest man, ..wherever they can encounter them "To Cuba".1,030,3-:61bsv>tio $61, 16.u microscope;exhibiting objects upbh & 'I t.
I read from tho ,cultOorJJ uso. returns of Now sir let who work a
Had never, sure, been born, any-person can larger scale, and :whh' more distinctness
Had there not been some recompense 1830-the.last. that has ken printed. lass sum bubo golden rule of three-calculate than tho European microscope ..%

.' To. -comfort those- that mourn! toil the price of these nails per pound. Ho ., .., 'I
Domestic 1030. will find it bo less than cents ..:
!' dearest Manufactures exported in to six -; and ,
the man's friend
Q Death poor ,. f "
.Tbo kindest and tbo best! Soap and'tallow candles, '. $619,230 whether these exported nails! consisted 'of RAILWAYS AND CANALS,

Welcome the hour'my gcd limbs Leather boots and shoes, 338,603' an'assortment,'which'is most'probable, or Tho following humorous hrgumcnt vita ;

Are laid with thee at rest! ,* I Household furniture239,463: I were all dr:the:J lowest'price, which isimpoesible advanced by'a ca'ml stockholder, for the 4t

the great, the wealthy,(oar tLy blow, Coaches and carriages1- IA .><'*!!:; '61,130 I to believe, it will turn out that :A- purjKjse of putting down Railways: :

From pomp and pleasure torn;- tats, 209,362 I mcripan naili'are' for less l than "I1'o'sn\Y he'tf !
exported fth would be ct of iti 1,
ButDht! blest relief to those Saddlery, 36,6(1Wax '
That -laden mournl' ;; 153,6C; they arc sold:at home!, for it is incontcsti- that it would set' the whole :world' gadding .'

,weary .- Spirits from grain; beer, ale, ttc. 2 5,3Z7' blo that the people of the West pay moro .twenty'miles an ,!tour; sir! ,Why

Snuff and tobacco, (manufactured,) 246,747 than,six cents, a:pound for their nails.. you will not be able to'keep'an apprentice '

1POLITICAL.Coatiniiation. Linseed oil and spirits turpentine, :35,039! ,' boy at lib work !-every'Saturday evening

Cordage, S. S :- .4135 he must have a trip to, Ohio la upend the

[ of 3Tr. Bcnton't Speech] Iron Castings, pig,of bar, iron,1"sad:hails,......*,.. .* 35,4d0All 90 Jft3. MI. CELLQNEOUa.Frorn Sunday with his sweetheart. Crave,nlpd.

I,uow proceed to the proof of my assertion manufactures orjron;, .., t 177,870 the Illinois Intelligencer. ding citizens will bo flying about like cmets. o': ri

that tho revenue may be reduced to Spirits from molasse. 49,79(1 TUB SQLAK JMICROSCOPK ,All local attachment will| IMS }tan
tho wants of the government, without aP Sugar refined1 ,iJ.' > 193,084' cod It will ,encourage fligbtinwa! (intellect. .

fecliogpr impairing thc successful progress Gunpowder, (. 128,625 Wegive the following l extract ofa: 'let. Veracious \people, will turn into 1

of manufacture.. And here I would Copper and bran, (l anu( tured)1 36,601 ter,winch:we'received toe other day.from the moat immeasurable liars-all their'con-* 9; '

ask any, how many, and which are the articles Medicinal drugs, :,, '- i .",15.. a correspondent at the seat of gevernmenU ceptions will be' mar

which require the present high rate of protection1' Printed and colored cotton.goods, 1,000, "The Federal Court now silting, ,and lB ent'potiOns ofdhtanco.-"Only a..uo.

White cotton goods, ,." ,_ 8649d. tho.Sob U couwe-if aired wilts oif'-Tut t
the MicroacopQ btejpf I'U.tip
: Certainly not cotton manufacture Nankeen cottons, I,$$3. | nonsenao
; fur the Senator from Kentucky, Twist, yarn tnd'tJlrcad do. .r, 54,744' there is a Rata in any m n'. plea, or an.in, across, madam,aodbring your fin." "Sir, r

. (Mr. Clay) why aPPpars upon this floor as dllotbersnanufactureocf cotton r ,f Y6S50 ect In'any lady' vinegar, it mil ,be found will '00 d\ae\ '"itb me today at my..IKtktI

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4tli:''fii'! : eating iD tt;'-iupplr'or sball'ciifpay'alid!disc ,' the'Pr vy,-of. 'thd'bouso'tiej-rinhabit) onu
box bra the Alle"ganf" 'l,) tprd CdII\\ n't 4'anar In thefterm of'liro days-'dIrd a jft cycrytftyo'WCCk8/ d C1Crson' failim
don't know-I shall fajcngagctyinttl 1 wn Ef odd m'i1.: sailed. la for Tat lCo: time of levy leg upon hinfjpfr _.?6i -.,_r of'rejfflng tb:cdtn. pTIyiththe'pmvi.ibnsnfthis ;

twelve-well iBhallJbe there' buttyou'; n 1 i,;; e!nieeq: andspoken any such execution as aforesaid, it shall and Ordinance, slwILUo: lined the sum of

roust let mo'off in time for the Theatre- oT rho LightshipFlprjda; hy. Capt.,,W hal- ,may ,be'laiVful for any officer executing.nd TwoDollars f6r iea1i'rot1ct'ii '.
Forrest plays] Metftinofti": And then, 'sir, levying such Writ, tq advertise! ,,the sale of. 'I "
ton. it
Sec. 2. Be further oroaint'd.Tlmt
will barrels of Pork and ,': the'services of 'ufcV defendant or' defend. : it
there be cargoes 0.0"OrTho ,;be)' willY a'1''riild'ate shall be the duty of every IkMT&Kctjiet k
ants, to person.
of Coal -and
and chaldrons iBar
even UrilUh Il govhlpjust
of Flour 1)l
I charge Inch erescution, with the costs tfc keep the yards und enclosures under<< their
Lead and Whiskey, and such like sober arrived. She was from ftW Orlehbsbouodto trued and accruiog,-fur :such aetv icCs' for :control l,'arid the pnvys,and-olherci house

things, that havo always been used to loW Liy-erpool"ilh..JcartG"j'I099-b2)) ',cot ''the shortest space of 'lime ; which said ad* cs in them/clerfh? :.and in good.ordci;: i1 o,
trayellmg- ''lisking away (like,a set'of skyrockets veftiseVnent ball be posted-at tto of more
found to discharge df '
tbn. It was jnecessafy I it shall be the 'dufy the C< Marshal at
It will all the gravity of the Jin the co"rity''here ,
upset .
publ'ns lit/ :
have a considerable Quantity df an '
nation Ifaeoupleof gentlemen judgment
ama t of honor, i it is only to'steal off to the sufficiently to get her afloat It is said 9
Rocky Mountains, and there is .no jursdi! <> that she thumped very Lard white on tbte srfesWll not take place before the same and ''see that It esalatc''aiti'bleaht'and) the
tliiAkof shall hate be'e.n advertised ten days : it outhouses fn good tirthCly an'd Vvhfene\tVtte
And then sir reef.
tion can touch'them .. ,
.shall be public trfcction, at tl* time andptace'dcstgnatcd shall find filth of dirt Which
it, flying; for debt! A fie, or bailifls i __ ____ _, -r. __ .:..,. in such advertisement.Sec. any \ to ,tits health 6f he IhaVcfcemvrt'judlda
mounted. on bombshells would: l nev r.oycr- XttARINEINTELLIGENCE. 4. Be it'torthcYtenactca, That any ''he shall notify the ;
pcrstm 4Jertoi'a"S
tako an absconding deblor--only: give him or mulatto,sold as arore'said.llia.t.l for txxu-
o fair start. Upon the whole, Sir, it is apestilential ,- .-- negro the lime for which he, she or they may be 'pying't i? enclosuresXMr; having; t life toh'trol

topsy Curvy, harum scarum sold,taken aid faeht as slave o'"lavct, and of thesairtetoYeinovetbeiid 51th' hnme-
tvhiiligigGive me the old, solemn l PORT OF KEY WEST. in all respects liable to the same penalties diately, and upon failure of the person aforesaid -
r and bound to ro'rc4viove'said tihlJ it'shtfll be
regular Dutch canal-- ana treatments perform anysemce the
straight ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAS'1Juno \ wlii"c1ilnslie'r or'lheirowners may of the Marshal have the
three''miles'an hour for expresses, and two I same removed -
Reef. itgiiife4n! the same tnfirihe'r: olives arc at the cost'of ttfe person Battle
Brilliant Burrows ,
for jog trot journies-with a yoke of oxen 24. Sloop TO
II. B. M. Bchr. Nimble, Capt. Pod- bbubd.S I remove the same and. failing
for heavy loads! I go for bcasts'ofIJUrden; 25. cc. 'd. Be it fiinhrr enacted, ThatlfAny ;every,
and berry, from a cruize. or refusing to removeiny dirt or filh! ;when
it is more primitive; and scriptural, fretetiegrc or mulatto, sold for a tetmT
British Barquo Giasgoiv.Sloop '
suits a moral and religious people betterj 27. 'St None. of your hop skip and a jump whims BritUli Barque Glasgow. her or their owner or owners, such personof to 'tile costs of removing lite same,
for me." Qom,Sloop Friends Johnson, do. do. color upon summary complaint before be'subject to a fine of five dollars,and cost .
1s U. S. Rev. Cutter Marion, Capt. Day, ny justice of the peace, shall and may be Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That:
and cruize. condemned to serve double the \ftne for when privy which' be erected
ANECDOTES.A from Charleston, Savanna a any may upon
CLEARED.June which }he, she or they,"shall havt"run-away; any lot within'the limits of the 'City, and

poor players (a Philadelphian) 'IJ3vingrccci.vcd 24.Sloop Brilliant,Burros. Reef. which summary cottip'laintfta'y be made, shall, from its situation: ,'dr the manner in
.of the ,SouthernTheatres and condemnation for more service ''w-\'d.
,no in some I'od.
pay -
Af.Scbr..NimJ.Jle, Capt.
27. the is beconie
Which kept
determined to cross the lines imto cruize. ed by any justice of the peace, as often'andas effcrallyotlensive
North Carolina, aftd search for gold. berry'Sloop on Azclia a P. J, ''Fontaine, long as said frco ecgro or mulatto sosold : it 'shall be deemed a nuisance,
Nassau shall continue to runawaykSec. I and the owner, 'or 'occupant of the lot, or
While inn fruitless examinationfor -
engaged 1 7. And be it uther nat cd. That the person having the control thereof shall
the precious ore, raking and scraping. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.HENRY this act thall be in force from andafter its remove the Same to !such,.place' in the said
the sand a black fellow was teasing '
through ,
him with fjucslions; !and losing all patience K. NEWCOMB' passage. Passed Jan 28,1832.-Approved, Feb.-4 and premise,other as the Mayor of tho' Corporation deem

the ru1mg'passion being uppermost, attend 'to' Ian?' AGENCY or 1832. two members.may. mbst
nhd failure
the.refusal of
exclaimed in the language of Shakspcarc Business that maybe proper, upon or
and Store such renfove the' U shall l b
Office to
intnisteft to him. An Act concerning dldfa and Seamen. person same,
"I'm trduMcet mC-rm. not Rooms in the Warehouse of FIELDING lawful for the! City Marshal 'fo remove the
arc t
trin." Be it enacted by the Governor and V
A.. BROWNE, Esq. the of the
at I
same expense party refusing
Council of the of Florida
gislative Territory ,
1031. tf
16 : 11
Iey.West- and he shall be fined the
so refoaing
That no person within this Territory.shall :. person
TurJcitk Bachelor.-"A few sincea
: years u. S. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICE sell any drink or intoxicating liquors to sum of Five Dollar ,
brave and handsome Pacha having gained "' arty soldier, seaman or marine in the service Sec. 4. JBc it further ordained, That any

iDportant.\vjctories'over some rebel;tribes, F,.1I.:lrowne's of the United States, without permission '{ tdn subject to this Ordinance, and failing !'
the Sultan conferred on him high honours, NORTHEAST corner stairs.of in writing from his or their respective to comply with the same, or refusing
and even him his daughter in marriage. up commanding officer, udder penalty of ftot
gave 23 tf to costs or fines in uenc
West Feb. 8 1832. conft'
l pay any
the first less than -fivo dollars, to be paid for
When -The.brjde arrived, question twenty thereof execution may be issued} against
asked her intended .'-.Uow'many the use of the Territory.
she was, .
them by two Mayor as in case of judgments,
Pacha Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted, That
The that
ladies have you1 replied
BakerU. if any person,or persons within this Territory Passed 2fl April)1832.
wives that he had reserved all -
hehad no ; : tUlAtlA
,shall purchase, barter or exchange for O. Mayor.
his. affection and regard for her, thinkingher GODDARto fct Co' informs any arms, ammunition or clothing in the ALEXANDER PAIXEKSOX, Clerk
alone worthy of.them. "Oh," said the HENRY a'teft and the public generally possession tof'anj soldier seaman or marinein

princess, turning up her nose, "who ever that during the summer months they can the service of the United States, such -
heard of such shabby fellow! A man be supplied with first and second quality person or persons so' miu1ibt. shall forfeit ORDINANCE-No. 2.

with only one ,wife!-Iwont? marry you 'PILOT & N'AVY: ''BREAD. and pay the sum of twenty dollars and the To regulate Streets, and remove obstructions

unless( -you,take the full number Incredible ; Key West, May 23, t832. & tiI several penalties imposed by this act,shall from the same.
os.Uie: anecdote appears, Mr. Buckingham be a.m18m" are hereby declared to be Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the l\la'ornnd
recoverable Action of debt bill
by plaint
slates it,to be an!absolute fact,and or information belore Judge or justicein AldermentoftlKj'Ciiyp'ffclcy West,in Council
said that he,was well acquainted with: tho I JIlQurd',1o the Territory, having any jurisdiction of the assembled,and it is hereby:ardain d by

Pachq. .. ... .. 4 same, one half to the use of tile-informer, Uie"niithority aforesaid, TjitfOio house,
.. .:- : ,M. and the other half, or when there is no informer building or enclosure, shan remain or encroach '
The ,Detroit.Gazette relates that tome the "whole penalty for the use of the upon any Street,and every such obstmrthon :.

r'' time ago, a malicious white hunter shot an Territory. shall be deemed a nuisance.

Indian, against whom he had some grudge H6WARD, ..Jln141 tefiloVed Passed. Feb .1, 4B32>'Ar.provcd Feb 4) Stc. 2. De it further ordained. That

as ho.was climbing up a tree, and wounded MRS. -Calle dc los Officios to No. 9. 1632. when any Street or Stjuarein the City: ,shall
him severely. The offender excused.himself Calle Obripia.. AN- A"CT be obstructed Us aforesaid, afftl complaint;\ ot*

; eforethe.iusticeb rswearingthather( Havana, Jan. 3: v 1833. 19 tf. .. the same shall be made to the Mayor and
tbought wu a bear. The Indian, who .. -- To provide for the WeshBe building vail at Key Aldermen, itshall. be Iho'duty ofsrndTJoarcl;

talked good English, appeared to bo thun JP C. Qreene it enacted by the Governor ;::nd Legislative to appoint fit and proper persons to exam

'derstrupk and ,replied,"if. you say you Council of the Territory of Flori. ine and report to them, if the said obstruc-

thought it was a bear going up a tree, with da, That a further tb,iool'twoyears: is hers.by :. tion Ought to be removal!, and if the retaoval =

red ifggint on, then I am done! C untnuestotransactGeneral. Agencyand allowed rite'cpTnThissionerA appointed to of tho same is recommended,. by,said

_L- Commission Business. superintend the building of:A jail and cis. 'persons the AftAbr siial) order the same to
Goods taken on Storage &Tfc. be rcmoV .\ the ti\vhfer br of
THKOAZKTTE. tern at .Key West, to complete the same, by : btcupanf
"" O:j- tie will always be happy to receive provided, however, that tie said commissioners said building, and a. copy of such brder

JfEY, WESTt and execute all orders in his line of Dui i shall within three months,from the shall baby the City Marshal, Served upo"u

AV.ltjfrE. 1032. ness ...... passage of this act, make and execute a the owner Or occupant of such building. -

..-"WEPNE3B I-V..I,_. _> _;,i ,_., _. 27,_ _-. _. J Key \\" st2eth March.,.831, ". new bond, with sufficient security in the Sec. 3. Be it further ordained; That it
-- sum of two thousand dollars each, for tire the owner or occttpret tit \\io\ said building
i informed
8m*wntcK.: -We: ,ate, by Capt.
faithful performance of the dutc& assigned' shall fail or r ruse\t remove the same after
Whalton of the Light Sbip FlorHat that J&ines Egan Item) add for Clio completion of the said the service of n'Alibe as aforesaid shall

the British Barque Glasgow,from New.Or. jail and cistern within the time prescribed by be the duty of the City Marshal! and he is

,leans bound to Europe with a cargo of 'Cotton law, the said bond to be approved by the hereby authorized i .to have the, said hOUSQ

got ashore on,Sunday night in squall) presiding justice; provided also that said or building, or any nuts nce,removed from

near CollinV Patch. off Duck'Key.. She JiWII' commisioners shall make: out a true state. the Street or Square, and the -expense of '

was: boarded,,and assisted by"Sloops Friends his friends ment of all the rncnlesed by them, and removing the Same shall be paid by tin

t and,Volunteer. Sixty or seventy bales of RESPECTFtJLLY- that he'has from whom, and all axpenditnrcs up to the person owning oroccupyinjf building
cotton had been taken from the Glasgow and opened a Private Boarding Hume on Indian date of the said hood, and deliver the same and fur the amount thereof, exeution may
Vacas Key, and,will pay every attention in at the time of of giving said bond ttt said issut as in tjf.judgments.
landed at Key It is'thought
' his power to-render satisfaction to those presiding jvstite, to be by }him forthwith Passed 28 April, 1832.
will get off without Very material,dam* who may favor him with their comptny.- transmitted to the Treasurer of the 'J'etri O. O'IIARA,'Mayor.

age,unless the weather,should prove bad, Ilis. term. arc moderate. tor ALEXANDER PATTEBSON Clerk.
-.... ApfU'l1, 10:1'2. M p Massed
Jan. 2G 1632. Jan.
H. B, M. Schooner Nimble, Capt. .Pod.erry'from. -
LAWS OF ___ 3.
a cruise, arrived here on MOD
NEW PUBLICATION.A Td prevent the running at large of Swibe of.
the SSth Instant oft "and In
41,, cers crew of
Goats within the limits
good health The Nimble touched hero A a Act to protide fbr the collectidn of young Gentleman of this City proposes West. Corporation
Judgments against free'negroes and oth- as sooo as a sufficient number of subscribers Key .
with a view to afford assistance to a British Be it ordained the And Aldermen t
by Mayor
cr persons, therein named., can be obtained, to publish a volume of
vessel of IS war: which was reported t r-to bavo Be it enacted by the Governed hegislative original pieces in Prose and Poetry, to be of the City of Key West, in Councilassembled

peen ashore 90 tbis.coast. The report was Cpiiucilof tie Territory of Flori called .. and it id: hereby ordained by

probably} !untrue, as>r. have heardnothing da, That when any penoa'shall have obtained THESCRAP the authority of the game, That after the

of such an occurrence.: The Nimblo will a'judgment against.any trio oegroor QOOTT passing of this ordinance,all Swine found
free mulatto Indians exempted, residingWithid about running fit large in of the streets, or
probably go to sea this rooroipg.\ We, are this It shall TtRMs! -The work will comprise any
the Ihnits-ot' Territory, 100 fine within the limits of Key West
18m printed on papewtttt corporation
happy to slate that ;;Jur\ng\ her stay great be lawful for any justice of the peace, of excellent pages type, at 50 cents per copy shall be taken into the possession of the City .
shown and civility be- for the clerk of court oftvcoraia which
attention was every any
Persons procuring subscribers shall bd tire here-
Marshal and ownefor owne".
be obtained to issue ,
such a
stowed '.the officers of this vessel by judgment may entitled to l
: Copy gratis.
upon capias ad respbndendntn against the defeo of Shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corpo-
the officer of the U;3..Army on the station St. AngttoUne, Feb. 13, 1832.t each J and
dint or defendants, to said judgment, tot fatioit the sum of One Dollar, for
as"eU'as. by some 61"our respectable citi. the codJemnation'money la said judgment t( Subscriptioo- received, at this'Offlbe.- I every hog, sow or swine, so found turning

jens., ,' 'f adjudged, together with all coats thereon CITY ORDINANCES. I at large, belonging lo him,her, or tlxrttt,and

'"...... taxed. I on their failing so t'd do ort)notification,the
1' -Arrived this'day, Revenue Cutter Marion Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That it ORDINANCEX-NQ. i. I Marshal is directed to cause the saul
shall be lawful by viftue'of any execdtion issued To prevent Nuisance ia th, City of Key hereby
Capt. Day, from'Chlrleaton; Savanna, as'aforesaidfor the efficet executing West I hog, sow or swine, to be sold at public outcry

pn4tf cruize. Capt. Pay reports having the said execution and sxich:offiOf is hereby Sec. |, Be it ordained by the l\layorand : the proceeds of which sale, after deducting

ipokeij,oflTC po Carnaval the Sloop\ Capital, required levy upon, seize and take Aldermen the City of Key West,in Coun the expensi.iincurred by him, and

Walker, from Charleston J bound to Kea the body,of each defendant against whom cil assembled, and it is hereby ordained by the above specified sum per head, he will
such! execution may have issued, and such the authority of the same, That from and pay over to the owner or owners thereof.
Welt. defendant so' taken to un said
....0..... execution is discharged safely and keep satisfied. after the passing of this Ordinance, Sec. 2. Beit further ordained, That all

The Steamboat BeUpoa, Capt Balcup. Sec. 3. Be it fui ther enacted,that if any it shall be the duly of all house-keep Goats caught. running at large within the

Sam New York, touched, at Cape Florida defendant in execution taken M aforesaid, erjjto put at least one peck of Mmointo 1 limits of the City, without being bobUed


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/f ':',
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,.., d"...
""" ,,- .wa.( ..;.t'I";ps.',u-1ok 1 u,

pa us to prevent their jumping, from und t1 il 1..o ff Key;,West,In Council as Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the shall bo infull force and operation n regard

after the second day of May hall bjLsbol +fi temb eel"and it is therefore ordained by f and Board ,of Aldermen of 'the city : ,such slaves; and all such remedies as are
pcraonhr 1M a of West That master of- ;provided in said .e1t aforesaid ,shall and +
by tlto City Marshal or any J tho authority aforesaid: That all Vessels Key any a, ; be towards such slaves.
ized, by him." "", "i of War shall ta subject to'the following vessel wishing a Pilot into the Port of Key may Sec. pursued 0. Be it further odained, That a tax:

Tossed 28 ATmlI'632ijgftBS #:.it r 1 fates of pilotage: West,shall, if spoken by a Branch Pilot i ,be .pf one half of one per.centum be, and the

.At O. OCIIARA,.Mayor.. Sec. I. All Vessels<<: ,of: War per foot.drawing compelled to.take him; and lie i is hereby j tame is hereby laid on all improved rest estate i

AtEXAN ,PA2'YeitsoaClerk. G and not more than 14 required to discharge any other person.who in said city' and one half of one 'per ,
feet, > j ; ': $2 00 may have offered Ins services to 'pilot, said centum on all unimproved, real estate in ;

",*Pjr vill>Uti v> >-*>* / Pedlars'and Trajilicnt Trader for the end QUld the master ..stat.ball. not be valued at more thanPvtenty.five
1.1'Ta !
>< 10 feet, t : : 2 25 same; ,s pf ,
'.'Sec., Bo it.ordained,by the l\Iayorand Drawing 10 and not over 21 feet, 260 said.vessel refuse: ,to do eo, and. persist ,in Dollars per acre;of which said
value well of
as improved as unimproved
Aldermen of tho.City of ,West in Council said unauthorised
Key the on
Over 21 feet, : : : 3 00 person real estate,shall be estimated and assessed
assembled and it is hereby ordained'by Sec. 2. All Merchant Vcsper foot. ,board, he shall be liable to,pay the full a* on oath bl two disinterested persons
the ''authority1' aforesaid,. "That any person gels drawing 6 and not over 12 mount of pilotage to the Branch Pilot so appointed by this.Board. a

coming within tho limit of"tho City bftey feet, sjiall lpay : : gl &0' speaking him. Sec. 10. De it further ordained, That alt

Westj"hnd not being resident. of the All abpIi and hot over: 16 feet, 2 00 Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained, That all taxes provided for by the foregoing section, ,
{land and, having i a"Sloro therein .who shall All over 16 and not above'10 feet, !2 25 Pilots boarding: imp vessel 1x>und into tho shall, after giving twenty days notice to thatefl'ect

sell dispose of any goods*-wares or merchandize All above 18 feet shall pay 2 60 Port of Key West, shall show to the master -such-estate to the be owner sued, or for owners tbe,said or agent Marshal: of ,
live stock 'and poultry of: the same his Branch and shall also by
& except Sec. 3. Vessels Arriving or departing before the said Mayor or ',tern.
within the limits of tho City aforesaid shall, shew of the regulations relating to with
through the North West: Pas- a copy by proper action, together the costs for''
before' he proceeds, to vend or dispose of sage, and drawing 4 feet or up- Pilot serving such notice. '

the same, pay to tho Treasurer of-the City, wards, except such as are hereinafter Passed. June 1C, 1032. Sec. II. Be it further ordained, T1atsuch '
Ten Dollars, and obtain from,the Clerk of mentioned, shall pay 2 00 P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. T. assessors shall, for their services.in estimating
the City, a License specifying the objector All vessels bound through the North West Alexander Patterson, Citric. and assessing as aforesaid, receive

( which the same is grapt d. Pass, and touching at Key West for the the sum of Ten Dollars, out of any money'in

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That any purpose of landing passengers, letters,. or ORDINANCE. t). tbo Treasury of said city not otherwise

person coming into tho limits of Key obtaining supplies of provisions wood or An ordinance to raise a revenue in and for appropriated. :,' \
Sec. 19. Be it further ordained( That \i' ti
West, who may be subject to this OrdiUnncc waters shall depart without being subject to the City of Key West.

and fail to comply with the first the above ordinance, unless the Master of Sec. 1. Be ordained by the \fayortnd improved where any or owner Unimproved, ownersor real agent estate of who any

section thereof' shall bo fined Twenty Dollars the raid vcSclshall request a Pilot to take Board of Aldermen of tho City of Key hall on oath, before the Mayor and Aldermen
West That from and after the first of
:: ,to be recovered;before the.1\ ayor. charge of such vessel and take her out over and lawful. day for say that his estate has been too highly" I'
Juno next italian be
Sec. 3. Be it, further ordained, That a- the Bar; for which services ho shall receive and being may citizen or inhabitant assessed, it hall be the duty 'of said Mayorand

';person who may have his goods wares tho usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots detained any every of Key person West,aforesaid, to keep Aldermen, or a quorum of tho Beard,'

merchandize sold or.disposed pf by any on board of any vessel, by the request open in said city any billiard room or rooms, to which proceed assessment forthwith shall to be assess final.such estate' .}:,

person established and doing business as a of her commander, shall receive for to retail dry goods groceries, or both, to Passed :
tl 1Dn.
Commission Merchant in the City of Key each and every day's services Three Dol- sell good on commission, or.when appoint May O'HARA : \
West shall be from tho provisionsof ed by the Governor of Florida,by auction, Mayor. 7. :
exempt lars per day, over and above his pilotage. Alexander Patterson, Clerk.OnDlNANCBNo. .':
this Ordinance. Smacks and Vessels within the limits of said city, upon receiving ,
Fishing Wrecking
a license to such effect under the hand -
Passed 20 April, 1032.O. shall not he subject to this ordinance.Sec. 10. f
and seal of the Clerk for the time being of ,. v. L
O'IIARAMagot.ALEXANDtU 4. Be it further ordained, That any said city, who is hereby authorised and required Concerning ,Dogs. ,

PA,1rnsoClerk. vessel having passed the Buoy on ho Bar to issue the same under the conditionsand I Sec. I. DC it ordained by the Mayor and [4'I i'

of the North,West Passage, before haying provisions' hereinafter set forth. Board of Aldermen of.tho city of Key West. 1'
ORDINANCE-No. 5. Sec. 2. Be it further ordained That
for preventing the introduction of Cholera been. boarded by a Pilot, shall not be.obliged previous i to tho issuing or'o.n7 such license That from and after tho,passage of this net, ;1f

into the City of Key West. to take the,,same; but in case a Pilct as' ifthcrein, ; contemplated! and directed;thepartyapplying tho owner of every dog or dogs,found within .
Whereas, a certain discasV known by the goes on board by tho request of her Captain for the samo halt pay or the precincts of said city hall to taxed ;

name/ of Indian Cholera, at present pre then ho shall receive the usual pilot-. cause.tobo paid unto' the said Clerk for the for the same and c\"Cryone of, tho same, at .

vailingJn-tlio Northern parts of Europe, age use of the said city, the sum or sums follow the rato of ono dollar for every male and ,.

of tho most fatal character, and as-such Sec. G. Bo it further ordained, Thnt all ing to w it: Ten Dollars of for every Billiard three dollars for every female-to he applied

disease may be introduced into our own vessels bound into tho Port ot Key West, ceries.Table; Ten for the Dollars retailing-and dry if both goods, Fifteen or gro to the use of said city of,Key West. .

ports, by vessels trading with that quartet and spoken by a Pilot-Bora Chica bear, Dollars;'for selling goods by auction, on the I. Soc. 2. Bo it further ordained; Timtnti

.ftho Globe, ing North, or North-Westcrly/shall pay full gross amount of sales one quarter of ono (persons owning any dog or dogs, shall,
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained (by pilotage at-,the same rates as though she per centum;' and each and every commission within the space of three days after the

1.heIayor! and Aldermen of the City of had been brought in over the main Ship merchant shall pay the sum of Fifteen Dollars passage of this act,pay to the Marshal of

"Key West, That all vessels arriving from Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not per annum. the said city of Key West, tho tAx requiredby
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that
'ports or places where the said disease exists, having been spoken by a Pilot before pas and keeping billiard any tho 1st section of this act, and take( ,his .
iall'bo taken, by the. Pilots: of the Port sing the above named limit, and being 3 room'or every retailing person any dry open goods any or groceries receipt for tho same; and the Clerk of said r

without their going on,, board! to tho Qua miles from the Light House on Key \ or selling::any,good* in said city, either city is hereby required) to grant a license to
rantine Ground, northward and westward shall: only be subject to pay half pilotage; by'Auction or as commission m 'rchsntwithout any person applying for the same, on JIM' I '
Fleming's JCey, 'there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing the having first obtained a license for such being shown the receipt of the Marshal.for ,,1t',

he direction of the Mayor of.tho City,and aforesaid limits, in that case she shall be purpoSe, shall beand he is hereby made liable tho taxfor which license the Clerk'shall \;

Health Officer of the Port. exempted from paying any pilot go. to forfeit and pay for every such act,and charge and receive the further sum of fifty 1\

,Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained, That, Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That all for Fifty every DolIarsJto'repetition be, sued of the for same and, the recovered sum of cents: and conditions requited by this .

, while it sha.U Jc thought necessary, by the' vessels.Arriving through the\\ West,Pass' ,and_ with costs of suitbefore the Mayor or May act having been complied with, the person '!'
-faid Health'Officer: that such vessel or vcsspla the East end of the Dry Rockto( the 'vest- or pro tern. of said 'city-one half to the FO complying shall bo authorised to allow ,. t

shall,perform quarantine,no intercourse ward of Sand Key,bearing south-west,shall use of the informer or infettners-the remaining his dog or dogs to run at largo in the streets l4
whatever shall: be held with the City or Island !- pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until half to the we of said city. forlhespacoof one year. 11' i

of Key West, but by permission and passing? the aforesaid limits, and being Sec. 4. Bait f'urtllerordaincd, That no-
under tlte direction of tho Mayor and three miles from Key West Light,only half thing in this act contained shall be so constructed Sec. 3. Bait further ordained, That tho 'J
to license the of Marshall of the of ,Went is '
as keepingopen city Key required :
Healt, Officer, and all persons who shall pilotage shall !bo recovered, but i if spoken ,
billiard room after eleven o'clock tm kill and
any to destroy'alldogs running at .
hold intercourse with-such vessel or vessels, after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be time
Saturday evenings, or any during largo in tire street* -tho owners of which
without first,obtaining: aid, permission,shall exempted from paying pilotage. the Sabbath. have with the II I
\\c liable to perform the same quarantine Sec. 7. Bo it further ordained, That all See. 5. Be it further ordained, That all i, not complied foregoing provisions ,
of this and ho shall) tliO
may be imposed upon'tho vessels and car- Pilots: who shall bring a vessel into this Port licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immediately act, receive t
goca.Sec. shall bo entitled to carry: her out,unless the take effect, and be in force for the sum of fifty cents for each and every dogso r

3. Bo it further ordained, That this commander can shew good and sufficient space of one year from the first of June destroyed. ,
Ordinance shall ;remain in fuThThr'ceuntil cause to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat next; and that for every such license so issued Sec. 4. Bo it further ordained, That no Ii
the said Clerk shall receive tbe
expressly repealed by this Board. this Port without a Pilot, shall have lib ule. turn person residing without the limits of tho I
of Two Dollars for his
Passei\.28 April,'!,832. erty to" depart without a Pilot, unless the Sec. 6. Belt further ordained, That from city of Key West, shall permit 1t its_ dog or '1

"O.. OIIAUA, Mayor.AiErn Captain should wish-one. and after the said first day of June next, all dogs to run at largo in,the streets of said I a

>r.if PATTEHSOX, Clerk. Sec. 8, Be it further ordained, That free negroes and mulattoes,of whatever sex, city' without first complying' with the rot )
'J. j each and C\'Crt Pilot wishing obtain a shall pay or,cause to be paio,'unto the City ImsitiQnsorillisact; any- dog :or. dogs !
ORDINANCE-No. C, Branch, shall make application\ to the'May Marshal, the aunt of One Dollar per,head found running at large may be: destroyed '

JVo Ordinance to prevent the, shooting of or and Aldermen, and before he obtain; per annum for every such free negro or' mu after notice Rven4o the owner,:thereof, by
fire-Arms, &c. within the limits of .tho such, he, the said applicant, shall undergo latto'of' the age fifteen years or over and any officer pf the Corporation. ..or)member i;
for .el'1 such negro or mulatto under, Gttcen'Jean'or
City of Key West. Committee thereof: -
an examination beforea competent I'
Sec 1. ,Be it ordained"by'tho Mayor to be constituted! by the Board, to sum of'Fifty cents age and per over,annum ten-years the wholeto the Sec. C. Do ;it furtherordained; _That :

and Aldermen of the City of Key' West, examine such applicant,and if he be found received to'the use of said city-for Ordinance No. 0, passed May 6, 1032, U>
in Council assembled, and it >is hereby'ordained competent,it shall be the duty of the Clerkto which the said Marshal shall give to all such and the same is-hereby repealed.Passed I

by the authority aforesaid, That it grant a Brnndi to such applicant, and negroes and mulattoes a good and sufficient June 16, .t032, ;

shall not be,lawful for anv person within the said Branch shall be signed by the Mayor receipt, which shall operate. a license for C. GREENE, Mayor P, T.
the limits of,the City,'{which limits shall for which the applicant slaUpay to the one year from tho first day of June next; Alexander, Pattcrsoii'G'lerk. l'l'P.
and default of such mulattoesor t
in or
\>e construed as extending far us Elizabeth Five and negroes
Corporation, Dollars oneDollar -
any one of them failing to comply with
street,) to fire off or discharge any fire
to the Clerk: it shall be required of each the provision of the) first clause of this section -, ,ORDINANCE-NO n.
anns of any description wliatcveryorto discharge and every Pilot, before be receives his or the Marshal of said after giving See.''f. Be it ordained by'the.Mayor an4 i!
other fire works
any crackers, or their'Branch, to give good security in the five days notice thereof, shall attach the bodies Board of Aldermen -of the city of Key I j
whatever; and any person violating the sum of One Thousand Dollars.for the faithful of such negroes or mulattoes, and ad West That tho Marshal of the said .
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined of hw their vertise and sell the said negroes or mulatto :city :
performance or duty as '
,Five :Dollars fqr each and every offence, Branch Pilot. for such period and for such an amount shall collect all sums o'f money due to the 1
will and the taxes im- said city,whether for taxes or. otherwise, :;
and upon failure to pay. the same, shall) be as pay satisfy hereby
Sec. Be Jt further ordained That if
imprisoned not exceeding ten days. 9. poled upon them, together with the.reason. within' sixty days after they shall have become \
Sec, 2, Be it further ordained, That if any Pilot shall! bring in or 'carry out of able costs of such attachment; and for so due,and shall pay'over to tlJGTreau"I,
plia.ll 1 fire off this Pori any vessel or vessels, for a less doing, be shall in every such case receiveover rer of the city the amount so received by
any free negro, or mulatto or : sum than he lawfully'entitled to, to the and above for his own services, from him, before the expiration of one month .

Discharge any.fire arms, or discliargo 'anycrackera I prejudice of any oilier Pilot, bunt they,OD c1afree negro or mulatto, the sum of Two after the receipt.orlht"'same 1 ,taking the receipt .
or 'other fireworks"whatever, be taxed in his bill
any Dollars, to of costs.
: conviction thereof shall-forfeit and to '
pay of the Treasurer for the amount' so ,
contrary to this ordinance,he or they no offending the and Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That eve '
I Cnfporation'l'wenty'Dollars, over
for tl>e:fmt offence shall be"fined ry such free negro or mulatto so advertised paid over which receipt shall be required '
above what the shall amount to
Five Dollars and'upon failure or refusal pilotage : and sold, shall, for the time being, be con of him as a voucher on the settlement of
and all controversy in relation to part of '
any sidered the of the his accounts.Sec. .
he hall
the tame, pf they. feCt"ifetwen-
pay shall be decided the
I Ordinance by Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That the
Belt further ordained That' the
ty lashes; and for the second offence, ho 2. ,
I Mayor, subject, however, to an appear owner,or owners,or ,agent of every -slave
Marshal df the said city shall be the
or they shall receive thirty-nine.I lashes, and person
I the Board of Aldermen.Sec. shall,on or ,before the said first day of Jane /
the same for each Jreoce'thel'f'llner. 10. Be it further ordained, That ,next, pay to the said Marshal for every such authorised to give receipts to any person or "
,Sec, 3, "Be further ordained, That any subject to this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen years and under persons, who may bo indebted to the saidcity
jwraon i giving;information of a violation of any person lo with the fifty, twenty-five cents-to ba applied 'to fn any sum of money, whether for tax.
this ordinance.hall be entitled to- one half failing comply find acme in or refusingto and for the use of said city-for which the .:s, fines, or in any other manner; and such
the monies collected of the person so oflen- pay any costs or consequence said Marshal is hereby required and direct receipts of the Marshal shall be the only j
thereof execution be issued
may ogainst ed to which said
give sufficient receipt, re evidence of required of ;
.*dish:" them by the Mayor, as-rn-caso'ol' judg- ceipt shall operate as a license for the pen 'inJebted( payment aforesaid. any per t
28th son
Passed ment. ed of one year1 from the first of June next,
O..O'JL\l1A., Mayor. Passed 30th April,'1832. for'the keeping! of such lave or slaves; and See. 3. Be it further ordained That
Alexander Patterson,Clerk, O. nARj\, Mayor. in case the said owner.'owners, or agents the Marshal shall receive: five 'per centum
ALBXAXDBB PATTCKSOX Cleric. of such: slave or slaves shall'refuse or nee' on the amount of all sum so collected by
;, !? ORDINANCE-No. 7. :: lest to comply with the provisions of this him.
section,the said &'arsLalllbaU.prlCeed in
To regulate the pilotage for' the Port 'o( SUPPLEMENTARY Passed June 101832.; .
an Ordinance regulating the manner directed in the foregoing sec
-* .:* KerVelt.. !Tilotare for the Port of Ke>* : tion; and all the provisions pf sail ,forego P. C. GREENK Mayor P., TtAJmttder

tSe it,ordained by'the Major sad Aldermen ,West. leg section are hereby declared aDd .they ;fatter on, Clerk, ,



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"' .. ; > I'f O"'T I''''''' [trampled 6 6ythos with'wnoin we hare con, ',:AND coMEuc'IAL Scitnc 'Ll eta 1 :'dcrmWhe paper.'t It .expected that they
'.federated at homo Hence U vitally.lm-- A J.uidat.ot..CTdftinierce ,' heir hands 10 *
ilf2rZTD F'lBC 'a 'wiHrerain in
'rTI\\jJr. sustained 'and the.Arttff -TBV per cunt ot
_. KINI I' .sT., !portent(which }that the'power should strictaonstructicof ,be. n .turfl SIMMS & UCnVKA, 7 :(the amount'reccwcd" ?' >cm ncration for
t. alone Compel a
: can ft '
tiiohtest '
Charleston art' I resides with GAZETTE, is' one ,of theirYtrol 1bloLt: .
milE establishment* in the Charter. That power<< \CrrY :
JL,- -additionatNewtpapdr* d.foted' to tlio > each: StateSovereignty.: It is theStateRight existing Journals in- tho.U. States O Editors orapcrs;"lth wgotniwo! exf -

support of thelr.principleitf boon deer 'of,sovereign',interposition to arrest Under many proprietonitl; course with few f change, are requested to give the 1:oo'\all
ed oxpedient.bJ the.S7'A'1'l RIGHTS and the usurpation!! of Federal,agents. The existence : exceptions, have always been Americanand insertion? ahd tlio favor' 'wiqi. .' bcr'tecrproen '
E1U5E 'TRADE PARTY In pursuance i infahUfdeterminatiort of this right as the 'conservative, popular. Of late years, from neglect J ,"r I T.1'\
: TUB, EVENING tPOST".m 'principle of our Constitution is no n.wdoc- more than any other cause,iU influence: and, t .,. "
bo commenced as'a Daily Evenings trine t it is co-eval with nit Federal polity; pSt.t'rODage'haa visibl'dechnCd. .Within tho 'Jan.. ls t, 1032 <

Journal,so soon as the rcuitite'office and was asserted by its founders and ton-I last year however, the present proprietors,' I The following article originally appearedin >
arrangements can be Completed.. expositors. This principle is entered upon a course !tof policy, '
The political .tenets to which the Eve*. the temporary characteristic .feature proudly, distinguishing more consistent with, the politics of the ; this paper \Ye republish' it on account
ning Post will bo de'yoted".are ,'familiar.: :' bun from other Republics not Federal South, and having madc.nuinerous additions of haying lately seen; u copy of it in n Bos"

tbi.t'oQim"ni\y.: baVe been; So long; the in their elements. In tim latter, a to the mechanical improvements of their ,Km paper, with many errors and inaccuracies
prominent subject of discussion ,by 'theprcs's Constitution is, in.fact;by a'symbol of public establishment by fitting it out in a new and )n the latitude, longitude and bearing:
-.,and have, boon so'often ,and triunvphabtly opinWni; fa construed by and'varies with handsome type, and,on a larger sheet and oft some of,the Light. Houses., Itjs evident .'
vindicated by tho first minds in: our the changing will 'of;a''.majority ? while, in better description of paper than heretofore; if this erroneous statement be follow.ed .

State, ,and in 'tho,,Federal councils,'that it our' Republic a guardian power preserves i it lay claim to,;and have been favored with a it will,materially,mislead'.the' Mariner .
to promulgate more increase of .patronage )
is deemed unue asary permanent rule.of acUontl., large and proportional _
as a and so far from being a guide to,warn him ':
'rhicb is otter aud
than thug following exposition, The formal recognition of *uch a right including new subscriptions general
ed in lieu of a more detailed political creed*" on tho face of the Charter would,have been advertising., Within the last yeari, ,their 'from'.danger, will subject'' him to the very
iJ reb,Trade.fvill bo advocated<< as tho,dictate superfluous, in as much 'as it' resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against which 'our publication
of an enlightened ;pplicy--as. a privilege fro In'the formation of a 'compact between of more than Thte911undred 'Citi-, was intended .to guard. We, ndviso Edi-

of the,people, which impartial justice independent sovereigns having no .wens, to which new names are with little ltors to publish the following,.which may bo
requires from,tho rulers of every country! common umpire. Asa feature' of ou.r political exception, almost .daily'added, The pro- (relied on .as accurate: ... v .
at>4 .a*right, which., n ours, is guaranteed system it ii of course a political, not a prictorsin order tho better to merit that encouragement "For the information of Mariners generally .
by the' Constitution. Tho frap1 "' ,fCtIJat revolutionary right. 1'ormedforthe protec of which, it is equally their frotn.
withheld front, ,thF.gdemal of, much' the have procured Collector
venerated1 instrument tion of a minority from usurpations pride and pleasure,,to acknowledge so
agents,the'ppjver to.protect magi the Federal authorities themselves.,and has been received, from their! friends and ol the Port, the following schedule of the
cturcs.by: rest rictije,dutfe ;, itthas theenu'vjrpIbjr from the usurpation'of.a maj6rity'exercised fellow citizens-have established" connee--, 'situation of the Light Houses along tho
a ,pcrreraioa, of .the revenue through the subserviency> of those authorities, lion with their office' of business- spacious Florida shore-.under. his superintendence:

power, an} nits e ijercis9iqvplvirigscctional: the Constitution n itself needed:a protection. Reading. Room, in which the chief Public Cape Florida -Atr'-Salionary.. Situated .

oppression: forcctionil .aggrandisement Reliance for. tf' rotection surely, wag hot Journals find their way and are carefiilly on the south point: of Key"Biscaync,.
haj/neccsiarilf,produced.a sectional exas- placed.in either the parties against whom filed, from all the Slates' in our Union. about 400 yards. from the beach: ,Tho
pcr {ton ,which endangers the'pcrmanencyof ; It was provided 'as'a sbi td. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities without ;feet above tho
considered 70
the tnion.It is Impossible that the injured Court being pus of the:Federal agents,was charge, to all patrons of the Gazette. Light may be
parties calf tolerate legislation sb'man- not, therefore', entrusted with its political A regular weekly: Prices Current, in letterform level tit the sea, distant from the Gulf
ifestly. and juneipial in its operation. guardianship. Nor'.could"ho engine of tbmajoritytho and upon a fine paper suitable Stream about -miles.. Vessels drawing

Without first provngrwhich: :n.imposaiblc, ballot o.ox-:;bavq been con correspondence, ,carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the benehtsof the'p"rotecUon are ettuaily l- sidered as the safeguard. Tb'cectionalmino'rity"car with the most correct estimate of the true' of tho "Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long.
\ to aU the States-itls a gross nofnfluence'ontthe! re- condition of tie markets, and put upon the : 80 42 W: _
absurdity: 'to'conttiid'tbatrthe bUrdens of presentatiba'pf' sectional majority.The1"; most.advantageous terms to all.that come Florida is Camryford's
Light Ship: situated on
equally upon all. If, then, issued from the office
the Tariff pr responsibility ofTepreichtativesbutsecurcstheir under this class,is also
of the old
it be-a; tax opjconsumption exclusively, as fidelity.'to their respective constituents of the proprietors. Their Reading Room, Reef, near the one,
its defeirieiB,vainly argue, its operation i is and.'.thc representatives of a minority; where the earliest information mar be. had- in Lat. 25 '08 N.-Long., 80' 21Y.. It
yet gll1.rlOgly.unequl, ami it, becomes no can effect,nothing against-the: antagonist is free alike'to'patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct
free' jeople.to Biibmit'Jd' its, unaut1l, hissexactions interest which the.representatives of.?a rna ,-:and: masters of vessels trading to this Lights are shown, which can generally be
Much less IS it to be tolerated, jprity may becompelled,: ;'bv,theirconstitu-; : port: To these improvements, ,they make seen at tho distance of 12 mile :
when it: is'cvidcnMhat we are not only' arbitrarily '' cnts, to: enforce in utter disregarpVpf the daily"additions,' affording*facilities to the is to warn vessels from'the dangerous
taxed at:: ep&sumers, but that tho Charter: The "principle,:'therefore; hide i man of leisure and business, alike hitherto rocks and shoals! hear'which it is placed.:
Inevitable result or'tbe protective system i is solalirig-: that the Constitution is at the discretion unknownSIMMS fc DU UYEA, :
the ultimate'ruin"of'the Southern producer "of. a, majority,'and must be quietly; No 3 Broad stfeet, Charleston. Key West Light, stands on the S. West
in ihe ;prostration.of our agricultural jn toiThero ,- surrendered to their'wisdom and' jtllticc.U .- 'Or S ubscriptions' received 'at'this office Point of tho Island of Key West ; is in
XCs t. io (the'objection':to : : 1'HEWEElLY BURNING: .COURIER vessels when
\ is no solidity of4he w.p houses of:Corigres.ourfram \ ed for the purpose of guiding
our.resistance, that others ar.o; blindly sub- of'governmeht'nblwhere'recognizes: s AND N. YORK ENQIRER.On entering the harbour; the directions for
milting ,to 4he met;i1s,\\\rlaidl'',are' overwbeltning the consolidating rule that the will pf a majority which are as follows: Bring tho'Light to

them: ini common with ourselves-* ''shall gbverri. Tlie1 President may be Saturday, tho 28th Jan., inst. the bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to
This delinquency.is nqt' burjustiGcation, IfMans elected minority of,tho people ; 'tf majority
by-a Courier & N.
of the :Morning iii
the Reef
Proprietors bear W.S.W. and cross
awalie \rio thq dangers and degrada-, or"Senatb 'representing: States, the you
i n iir.iitnati6nYit) ;it behove'uftotleave aggregate of'whose population arc 'amino York'Enquirer, intend publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West

nbcflbr 'mtric'd until we shall have repelled rity.of the .iv hoie.pepplermay reject a measurpjuiianunously largest folio sheet ever' issued, a Weekly Light until within two miles, then steer

the invasion of. out liberties. The Evenipg' passed by the..representa Newspaper,to contain all(hat appears during N.W. until you open Fleemin;'s Key-
Post\ wilUtherefore;: xhort.tp/esistance of tiveof Ihe'pebpic'. in the.other House-and the week in their daily paper. It will which i.fa Mangrove Island in the Northern

h'ie.a'&rilT; all,the most prominent; enormity: vice.vcrsat i a'bare"rnajbrify' in' the other ,published>on fine paper, with new type;. part of the harbor, and then run for it
pjf (;"AinericanSystem'wbiclj! has been; ilo iso may Veject measure} ",passed bythVimanimoiis and to place it within the reach of.all classes The best anchorage is in ho upper'part of

bnilfup.oiH bequeathed<< ; us theuin-by our$oi'the.fathers\Free andwhch System; i if lha Staten; in voice tile of Senate/the -Representatives The President;of a ; of the' community, it'will ho afforded three the harbour. Height of the Light Io 1scfionwL"o .

established a.the sevtled policy'of.the eountry'must sinffIeinJivfdual," may ,'veto on.the. :, to subscribers at.tlio reduced price of level of the sea, 83 feet G inches..
lathe'end, e1llotieverlLe bonoT ;deliberate act n(both Houses; and the; Judges Dollars, per an'num1 payable always in ad Light stationary; i: "

of Union, or melt d \f'n'and consolidate the of:ithp";Supreme';Court; holding office vance., .' Sand I lJIl.1qlt.-Rc\'plvl' g once irt
State Soveleignti ,' into'onerltmitlessirre. not .clqctip'n: but Vy,' appointment'jna'y'sc In consequence of the other Daily Papers 54 second It is the best Light on thc

sponsiblo despotism. The Evening Post ( aside ,the concurrent enactments' of in New York, determining not to board coait ;-S.W. by S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
will oppose Internal engine IrnprovenicRt favoritism as un- House,' Senate,and President could ow.ir vessels and receive their news on Sunday,. West Light-situated directly on. the Reef..
cohtltutional'as\ constitution not
to ,
protect the Publishers of the Courier & Enquirer '
ofLectionaErobbery Tho 70 feet above the sea.
lis'a source as creating intrusted to'the Light
have been rationally very dollars
a necessity for perpotuating exorbitant majority j from which trip danger of violation have lately invested Thirteen Thousand Tortuga ,Light,-Stalionary! ,;-on one
laiation.-itwill oppose the -rechartorlogofith was 'apprehended. ''It .would have been indeed i in a Heparaie news establishment, consisting of the Dry--Torfugas Islands near the western -

vUnited States' flank as manifestly committing the ;keya tlicjhbuse; to of one Schooner of ninety tons, extremity of'he Reef in Lat. 24 31 N..
,iinconttitii.lional, and..as, prolonging the.,existenqb the safe'-keeping pf those,distrust of whom roe of sxty tons, and,the necessary ro ioats. Long. 83 ]0V..
of a dangerous power i and it will suggested the'propriely"oTlocks. Tlie 1 power b This establishment is supported atan
oppose tho projected disposition of the Surplus leu4with the cveral'State Thousand dollars
was wisely ] annual expense of Nine
Revenue, as a scheme barefaced,, Sovereignties=:::and thus ta boarded West
whilcsaW briberywhichif a.1optcdfiU : ful bot'oanlowaveLeurovidccLdeinito. and vessels from Europe ore Key..

; duration .cooxistantwith render at semiarid, their news disseminated through
givoV oppression ;;a Fetleral Government,but a'ppwerto
that of our government:' inoperative that isto, nullify,their unautho the country with groat dispatch, .long before SEG AR UPACTORZ

.,'Itjjntop zealomindlu'c'iciqusattMluncnt.tp the Iced and irregular actions ; they reach tliu liarbour. 'T 'r ALL takes this op-
pres.urljeithepsenl? } as' the proper So far as a congenlalityof views may exist In its politics, the Courier & Enquirer jsis WTJf r TT pbrtunity of iofor'
crtsu for tnLtpDg': a dctermlnecJ. arid unoom'protfiiAt in relation'to these principles, the Evening purely Democratic-adhering to principles ming the Public, that ho has establishedA

lmtg itand f the' bf Const't"U rdurerent'' sections.Beforetiiarvlag Post is pledged to the .V' State'Rights and usages of tho Republican Patty, A HUNtrFACToitir at Jey'est..-
;: and, FreeTradCPartj.and<< as the support and advocating the 'e-clechon of General, .
are ol'pn&acd'attILin each other in irreconcilable of measures, to be .efficient'must include ; He imports for this putposej the very.
conflict-before, -blinded by their tho' support of. 'men. its humble aid will bezealoiisly : Jackson to Presidency.. Its'columns Tobacco'from Havana. .. ;" "
unrighteous gains, the con,01idatlon''State ; ,'cbntribiUcd to extendthe personal -, are alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic Scgars of the best ffaajiity, aridtofeveryrescription ,
shall regard aa:undoubted rightthir undueadvjmtagesbeforp jnJ1lt n e"and' promote, the political ad- Intelligence; Morals; Literature and tho may be had this establishment.
'they' shali' resolve Jo vancemen\ of thpse..statesmen.who' devote Fine Arts. In morals) however, it does 03- All orders in the above line will.
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous p'rin themselves to the good ca'use;which is identified not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots the earliest attention. :I
ciple that-''public ,",or. the will of a with"th'vatue; of the Union, and the ,but on tho contrary inculcates those tf/
majority jM. erabpxo the Constitution;; liberty -and honor of' South Carolina. Its principles of morality and religion only, May 23, 1832. ;30.
ahdheTuro the fj "\ ,in minority tvarui co-operation'with'these: will be em-
rond endurance(unless the which are formed upon peace and goodwill : .
Turtle Shell.
goaded to
barr&sscd by a personal pledge. no candidate Loggerhead
mankind-the fruit of which is :
be extinct shall to all
for liberty ) other
aspirations for'the .
very Presidency any .
rise in dcsperatiou';'anil abolish a frame of office. ttr t tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give tt fair price

governmeattoomdch! shattered to<< DO recpgnUed '.JJi> ainingjts'ground\ ,amid thq conflicts '-'persecution for opinion's sake. 500 Ibs. of the above article.CO. -
"s'thatTfor: wblcb theJorlgid'aU, stipulated t of'party.it will DC the aim of the Eve* Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER &

and which inveterate;: sectional, hatred niog: post to, pre'serve ;the ,dignity of the Courier &. Enquirer i are published! Daily, It. c. CROZIEK; :;::

:shall |heu fender it impossible! eyer Press, courtesy' and niMeration, undertic' and more titan Three Thousand Semiweekly TTORN&J'PRO.Ttiw.or. TILE ITti1TPD s=ATEIsotJTiltas ,
(again\ to r0-compost re-edify..Tito'South belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper and in the of New-York its t .
onco roused to a.full sense of her ,wrongs, discussion,are best aubierved by tirade- ; City DISTRICT or FLORIDA. .
will be tatl'Ged.ivithtugbidg but'equally:>> } pelS'"withptttviolence;''aDd zealvrltbout in* circulation is' known to bet more than an Office of)the District A tt6rn%. '?

and it..cannot he denied that by the ConsU. !temperance.' With the opinions'imd public hundred per cent greater than any other 1\111.1,23, 1C32. :!S'tf

'tutiou; even if'strictly observed, the 'slave acts of opponents it Kill{ exercise the right paper. The$ facts t are referred toj .as of : :: '',
holdingStates: are placed'at decided disad of dealing fre'elj-but ,it 'is hoped that no tiding the only commentary Ui6 ffQpriotors NOTICE IN ADMIRAI/rT

vantage. Onco leagued far resumption part of its )carder, ,will everE3uatifythe: suspicion can with propriety ofler on the qualityof the calO' of Josepu'CottreU&'Coiirl: : '
of rights they still submit.no longer,to a IN
pf its even partial adoption of the infamous at sea and
of indirect, taxation,. calculated to the matter which will be found ,in their bales of cotton, picked up
system maxim;th&t'U an is fair in politics"Tie Court
or-tal..age in the Superior'
contemplated. weekly public tlon.
;blind the people to,UIC extent and inequality ie.tio'oOce'rn'sot: burnative State 'of Florin
burdens >arid will demand It is intended to copiesof for the Southern Judicial District
of their they publish 17,500.
: and
he { watchedh the
will carefully policy that after *
decreed pa1.iDg
the Court has
'for their laboringclass a representation fully advocated,which shall appiear best, calculated the first number of the paper, which the cost and of; rigid pro$ecu.
equal to that of tho laboring classes of theothorStafts. and economi will be distributed in diflcicnt of,the expenses
.required .concessions".nillbe jfor. her prosperity;'safe,. parts ti ionone half of the residue of. value of
: ; country and one copy sent to each PostMaster l tid cotton (agreeable to the appraisement)
,. certaiAlyrofised by4hosoby bargain estimated Whilethvening: Post will be devoted in the United States, in order thata be paid to the said Oottrell & Co for: thftrsalvage
ardedaut as a
.the Union js.re to promulgation of the political; 'faith set remain
calculation pecuniary profit specimen of the publication may be examined. on the lame; and .that .the =
by a forth in this prospectus, it will not,be neg.mctful -
bond' of-stipulation
bond will be simdorodiand der be held under the
and loss,:and:the, details
l of the practical of Commerce
of the' owners
to the claim rigbtfbl
forever. The advocacy of State TERMS, subject
and Tradertvro branches of industry which '
'lights { thereforethe only falthflil advocacy Daily Paperr$10 an.- Payable thereof, provided said claim, be interposed
s. affected .the per
must he most beneficially, by within the time escribed by law; and that
of'Union., success of iu doctrines, G re a\i exertions Sem. Weekly Paper-4 per an. > in notice of tho same pi be given by .n adver
With. a firm conviction this important will be made .to pf rfect, the, department VYttKMf P.un-3 per an,J adcance. lenient, to be published in the Key Weal
the for
truth: Evening Po ft; wjl contend
connected commercial iAtelllgence< 4rAny who obtain.eight ; month for nine ihonth
.Laberty-lha Constitutipn Vnion,0 For person may Gazette once a
nd tl: Add tradettqen shall) find
nationalfclcs- ; our In 9 subscribers to the weekly paper and remit Therefore gall persons having,claim Qlaid
Ttaberty first! at the fil'lt'of
tJ1Cucads $ to all their wants, andtho
l Conttitntlon secures itYrotJraomestic !tlton the shall Cotton,or interested there!*,are hereby
j ;j i for which warmest gnOUudo fur all their favors., amount, be furnished'with a copy tbe ssjnq
usurpation ; and for the Union *- gratis and to companies of ten subscribers, notified.and required<< to present
which strengthens it against foreign aggression. TtHMSI' who within the time prescribed in said decree,
associate and remit dollars
twenty-five .
Without o rigid, ubae"pce .of Daily paper, $W per annum. Country will be for Ocacli pr they will be barred.A.JI. : .
U sent Clerkup.
per annum.
the compact the ijgionn'Mtbccomea Unl- paper, three tunes .a week, $5. .' DAY
oa iritbo t.14ibfrt".ani the uncertain dancer Advertisement inserted at the usual rates Post Masters, who have nu objections toIt' $ Court Soqth. Dut. of. Florida.May .
, Charlnton S C-1 s es our Agent << receive' 38 ,m.t'rLTC ; "
of ubfugatioa from abroad is infinitely ( On. trci, are requested W, 1835.