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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: July 11, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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J:THH GAZETTE., contains Governor Hamilton's Speech, (six .I bosom no arks largo enough, not if they to taciturnity.; lie was of a light figure"
.,. EDITED: ; DY columns solid) at Nullification dinner. were as capacious as that which rested, after gentlemanly to his equals, decided and
B. 13. STROBEL We copy the following, the conclusion of the troubled waters had subsided, on prompt to those under him in his orders, .
it, because it was particularly addressed to Mount! Ararat of old, to bear us to your ond in exaction of their fulfilment. Ills
And published on every Wednesday by Georgians: battlefields,to strike home,for your hearths keen dark eyes,and naval officer gait,show.
THOMAS N.-JEFFREY, Gl'ntlcmen-Not many days since, I saidto and our hearths, your altars and our altars, cd a kind of courage which one would call
TERMS$5. pe, annum-payable in a distinguished and highly gifted son of your right and our right. daring,if they had watched his countenance,
advance. Georgia, whom I am proud to call my friend, On my leaving Columbia, sir, for this on particular occasions. Vet at other times h
Advertisements inserted at one dollar in discussing with him, some of these deep place, an intelligent and highly valued ho seemed rather.to be the careful mariner
per square for the first,insertion, and fifty ly affecting topics, "The South must be friend, )placed in my hands this manuscript, who would kneel for safety, when safety ,
cents for every succeeding time, till ordered content to occupy, morally speaking, an to be given to the worthy gentleman, who apparently did not require it. He was ono
to be stopped. entrenched camp." He replied, with an has been dcputicd by your State, to collect of thoso kind of men, who seemed to be
... emphasis I shall not soon forget, "wouldto nil the records to bo found of its colonial inclined to bend tho purpose of others to
POETRY.From God it were entrenched. J was struck history I am happy to see him here, that his own while they were kept in ignorance
forcibly with his answer, but not the less I may have the pleasure of discharging tho of his views. I havo seen him fix his eagle
the Edinburgh Literary Journal. with the truth of my own remark. We trust in person. It is an interesting docu eye upon a sailor, and require: of himto
HERE'S TO THEE, MY SCOTTISH. must continue to battle and war, "to keep ment, because it is the first compact on record look him steadfastly in the face for,five j;
LASSIE! watch and ward," for the great principles between Georgia and South Carolina minutes, and then dismiss him without a
scrrosED! TO BE WRITTEN ny CAM-IAN which are to us, "not only life, but more and bears the autographs of James Edward comment or a reason for so doing; but J
.. TURNS, OF THE BRITISH rAST INDIA than: life.'' Depend upon it,if we arc true Oglethorpe, and that of the pious and would bet my life almost that he bad one.
ARMY, A SON OF BURNS THE POET: to ourselves, God will bring us the requisite adventurous Fury, one of the earliest set After skimming the mist for two days,(of
Tic re's to thee, my Scottish lasso! here's :a faculties wherewith we are to discharge tiers on the Carolina side of the Savana River which I have spoken,) I happened to boon i
hearty health to thee, our trust. To the Tyrolese, who hangsover who brought an industrious and virtuous deck with captain -; 1 was in conversation ,
For thine eye so bright, thy form BO light, the brink of the avalanche: he has given colony of pilgrims to people its banks.It with him, as to tho probability of'reaching ..1' ;
and thy step so firm and free; an eye that looks down the dizzy steep, was a contract between these benevolentmen our port from tho cnetmVd cruisers ,.
For all thine artless elegance, and all thy with an unfa'ultcring gaze. To the Arabian to raise a sum of money, to enable lie replied with his usual brevity, "the fog, Tri
native grace, who pushes his generous steed across the persecuted and oppressed of Europe and carrying sail) alone can save us; I ama
For the music of mirthful and the .
sunshine of thy thy face voice, the Desart, he has given a courage, that to leek and find an asylum in that vast wilderness made man if we escape if not I am ,
For thy guileless look and speech sincere' fears neither the sandy whirlpool or the which has fallen beneath the axe, ruined. He said this in the same tone of
yet sweet as speech can be, hand of a {(>C. And to us, he will gh'eboth and is now stretched before us in the fertile voice that lie would have a common order '
Here's a health, my Scottish lassie! here'sa the wisdom and the fortitude, to perform plains that encompass the banks of this ri- -ho looked up and said, sternly, "Thereis
hearty health to thee! our duties, if wo feel and know they ver. If the benevolent and chivalrous Ogle- a fog eater1'-at this moment, tile Bun
Here's to thee, my Scottish lassie!-though are such. But, wo must be united. Thoseof thorpe-he who flung over the performanceof seemed to flash upon our deck,and tho fog 1
my glow of'youth is o'er us who have hut one family interest if I the most humble 4nd practical duties of rose from thesea liko tho hoisting of n.curv.'
And I,as once I felt and dream'd, must feel may so speak, must fling into the mountain life, that romantic spirit of ad venture,which tain at the theatre. A smart breeze'took:'
and dream no more; cataract of that stream which rolls at our made him the Bayard of the ago in which us back, and before an order was given,
Though the world, with all its frosts and feet,nil the poor feuds of those unworthy ho lived, and who, I trust, has impressed, we saw directly under our Ice, a )little black, 9
and storms, has chill'd my soul at last, strifes, which have so long divided and dis now and forever, his spirit and character on looking,sharp built, tall-riggcd, port hearing
And genius, with the foodful looks of youthful tracted us. However due it may be to mor ,tho people of that land which was once schooner, whoso decks were crowded k

Though friendship my path is past dark; and lonely, now, al justice, and interesting to the respective his....If that man, I say, who saw the daw- with men. "I kRO\1 hor\\" ejaculated; our '
o'er this world's dreary sea- x characters of the individuals, to determine, nings of that revolution which JIBS made captain-the net; t iMHg 'there came a ball t'
Here's a health, my Scottish lassie! here's whether Mr. Crawford or Mr. Calhoun has his infant colony, a sovereign and independent dancing across bur bows in imitation of a ,I
a hearty health to thee! f the right on his side, in their deeply to be State-If ho could as it were, by distracted porpoise. ,Our captain took tho I t .'
( Here's to thee, my Scottish lassie!-though lamented altercation, which has almost arrayed gleams of prophetic light, shot through the I helm from a sailor, and gave orders to lay L :
I know that not for me two States against each other, how vista of these once vast forests, halo seen : to-another shot came within a few feet'of .4 t 5
Is thine eye so bright, thy form sought, and comparatively: insignificant is this, to the how and what we now arc-If ho could I' tho captain's head, and passed through the; ; ;
firm and free I all feel of have beheld 'J mainsails which he Seemed to regard of> ,
thy stepso ; great duty we must cultivating :;us. here gathered together on ,III
Though thou with cold and careless looks, between us, who have identical interests, a these banks not exulting in one song of I little as he would the flappings of the wing. :J,'
wilt often pass me by. I common originand but one safety and one blessing and triumph, to tIle Government of a sea-gull. But his countenance grew
TJnconscious of my swelling. heart, and of i danger, feelings and relations, not only of of our choice, but with hearts filled nvith dark and terrific, ho had not, a gun* on ,
Though my thou wistful wilt eye wed; some Highland -lore, .., amity, but of fervid and kind companion just indignation, uttering 'our loud and board. The privateer braced'sharp on.the' :
nor waste one thought on me- ship. As a proof of this union,permit me deep complaint, and exchanging such pledges wind, and at the second tack, como within
Hero's a health, my Scottish lassie! here's'a to take the mellowness of this festival, as as become brave men resolved to"continue musket: a boat came on board and we were '
hearty health to thee! the Rainbow token, that ibestorm has sub fr e-: Do 'y'not think that his gallant ordered under the pigmy's lee, in the style* 'ift
that the calm have. of an admiral in the British In the
Here's to thee Scottish lassie! when I sided, and atmosphere now and benevolent spirit would poured. I navy
meet theo in my the throngOf I healthful and:serenej and, that;:, !'fot good, forth prayer for our fast!friendship, arid, mean time the wind had freshened,and-tha
merry youths and maidens,dancing light and for evil, in weal and in woe," we shall undying concord? Let, then, these bo eternal captain had privately given orders to havo
sotnely along, stand by each other, with a stcdfastness ; and let tho tipo of our union, be every sail in readiness for instant setting..
I'll dream away an hour or twain, still ga that, nothing shall unlock. found in the gentle current of that beautiful Tho boatleft us, and we hove down uP..... ,i
zing on thy form, My friends from Georgia, allow me to stream that flows as coir common boundary rently for tho purpose of fulfilling'the com.
As it flashes through the baser crowd, like say a few words to you. There is nothingthat winding its magnificent eonrsg to the u- mand which had been given us. To >ae
lightning through a storm; has struck me with more force, or has ccan,and scattering from its broad bosom, cure and pack,my,papers was but the work i
And I shall touch hand and
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perhaps thy ,
than and the of life of a moment for an anticipation of the o
share thy looks of glee, been a source of higher gratification, blessings fertility, sources -
And for once, my Scottish lassie! dance a the propriety, I may say chastened pride, and happiness. vent of capture had placed me on my guard '
giddy dance with thee.here's of the people of South-Carolina, in regardto In conclusion, Twill offer vou,--Georgia in this particular. When I returned on f :
their conduct and demeanor, touchingyour and South Carolina- -"Those whom deck, wo were almost in hail of the etran*
I shall
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think to thee of ,thee, my at:Doltish even, lassie existing relations with the General God has joined together let no man put gcr, under a flowing sail; which, in, order. I
When I see its first and fairest star come Government. Instead of pressing forward I anunder." to bring us in proper luff under the lee of '
smiling up through Heaven; with noisy and importunate overtures to ._ the privateer,would require to bp immediately Iz'
1 shall hear thy sweet ,and touching voice, you, of their alliance and assistance, in taken in. The captain still was at
in every rind that grieves, case you were coerced, they have rem lined, MISCELLANEOUS.From the helm, and he was intent apparently, ups '
As it whirls from the abandoned oak, its tranquil, silent and firm. Neither unfeeling on coming as near to the opposite vesselas
withered autumn leaves; unobserving of the the Bachelor's Journal possjblc, though times he seemed to
nor spectators passing
the of the wild forest in the stillness ,
In gloom
A TALE OF THE SEA.
of the sea, .. events, they knew full well, that the grasp the whole oi the little privateer at a Hl
1 shall think my Scottish lassie! Ishallof President, although he denies to South-Ca It was during the last war of this country glance; lib brow was knit, and tho veins on
ten think of thee.Uere' rolina the right to nullify an act of Congress with Great Britain, circumstances. )led his brow seemed to be swollen; ho heeded
claims for himself, the mere agent of me to be a passenger on board one of our nothing around him-at this moment he
thee Scottish lassie! in
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sad and lonely my hours, my the States, the right to render null a decis large merchantmen, in which I had embar- gave tho word "square away!" which bro't
The thought of thee comes o'er me, like ion of the Supreme Court, which that Con ked what little property I possessed; our our bows on the centre of the vessel of out
the breath of distant flowers;- stitution, by an impracticable absurdity,has seas were at that time covered with small enemy-"lufll" said tho captain, at the t
Like the music that enchants mine ear, the made the supreme law: of the land. They privateers belonging to both belligerents, : same moment, the flash of a gun and ill ;
sights that bless mine eye, knew, besides, that the pious hatred which who did more mischief to the commerce of ball were both seen and 'heard from the port -
Like the verdure of the meadow, like the the Executive cherishes towards South Ca both nations, than the several public armed holes of our antagonist-it.raked us "foro R

Like azure the rainbow of the sky in ,the like the rolina nullification, was no small security, vessels of either. They almost !invariably and aft," cutting every thing before it; an
blossoms on the tree,evening, for his toleration, by a remarkable consis eluded the pursuit of the large frigates and other moment,the bow of our vessel struck r
Is the thought my Scottish lassie! is the tency, of yours. Wo were content ,that ships of the line, by hauling sharp on the the privateer with a tremendous craah *
lonely thought of thee. you should even find safety in injustice to wind, when they discovered an enemy; and another moment she passed over her, and
Here's to thee, Scottish lassie!-though us. To play off our two Stated against their peculiar schooner rig, and being built nothing was to be seen of our rapturer buta
my muse must my soon be dumb each other, at the great Babylon of Federal expressly for sailing., would give them an few floating barrels-some ipara and:human .
(For graver thoaghts and duties, with my despotism, chimes in admirably with ad vantage over their square rigged enemiesin : figures who hadescaped for-a few moments t
graver years,are come,) the game of those small politicians, who, beating to' windward. Again, their the yawning deep., Never shall I
Though my soul must burst the bonds of like the musqtiito ,and sandfly, could never draught of water near the shore, would forget the cry which came from that vessel,
earth,and learn to scar on high buzz and fret their busy haul but for the frequently enable them to run so close in, as our own was passing over it; it was allied ,
And to look on this world's follies, with a pestilential heats out of which they have that they could not be attacked unless in nothing human; it was such'a shrill 5
calm the and sober eye; must seldom flow sprung. If, however, the great Ajax of the boats; every one who has ever read the account distress, that a mania' imagination alone ,'t
Though the revel merry cease wine for mo,- American System, (Mr. Clay) who in !his of the attack upon the privateer Ncuf- can grasp its dreadfu Incs,. Our vessel was
Still to thee, my Scottish lassie!.still I'llDrink turn seems to be willing

a health to thec.lleres of poor South Carolina, at the ex believe) which engagement happened near to pick up such as survived Our f=captain i
health Scottish lassie! here's Pease of Georgia, should by some strange Nantucket, will) easily see how little forceit gave: the helm to tho mate, and,went to the
a ,
parting health my thee, revolution in the wheel of fortune, hold requires to beat oft boats, or sink them bows to ascertain our damage, which was I
the- and to his late previous to boarding. Be these things 03 not found to excessively
May tliine be still a cloudless, though it sceptre, attempt carry eeeroJ though ;tour
be far from me! threat into execution: why, sir, [addressing they may, I return to my story. We 'had bowspritf, figure:bead, and cut prater,
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May still thy laughing eyo be bright, and Gen. Montgomery,of Georgia, who at this been sailing fro days with a breeze,thoughnow were carried away, and a leak was sprung, ;tr
,open still thy brow, hour presided at the table] then, with all and then it would fall, and then we yet such a one as would not be ofHerlou ,
Thy thoughts as pure, thy speech as free, possible soberness, I tell you-you, ,who lagged heavily along through a fog, almost inconvenience. Among those who were '
thy,heart as light as now! bear a name dear to the struggles and mar- as dense as,the waters which bore us. so strangely precipitated into the-caverns of i
And,tout wbatsoe'ermy sball be-*after. fate, my dearest tyrdo'm of freedom itself, which when the We were not far Cram'our port, and our the sc*,one alone was found alive who had s
Still a health, my'Scottish lassie! still a trial does come, will be thrice-honored in captain was willing to crowd sail night and risen to ''surface. It was'the captain: ho
hearty health to thee your custody,that then,on this bank of this day, as the risk of capture was superior to I had six guns and fifty men iq the British ,
-- river, my life upon it,you will pee a wholepeople that of shipwreck, or any disaster for crippling I employ. When taken up.: he was ''inscnaU
POLITICAL.From not with outstretched arms imploring our span. Oar ship was about 400 ble,and remained so fora long period; af
your aid, but with arms in their hands, tons, heavy laden, and not a swift sailor. tor a while, when ho found .himself iu 6 '
the Savannah Georgian. coming to your succour. The waters of Her captain was man of shrewd judgmentof strange vessel,all seemed to be a* a dream

Tbe Augusta Chronicle of Wednesday, our common stream would float upon her inflexibility of purpose, and rather given to him, ,,. #'I

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On a recovery from his trance I ,. 0 cvtry two weeks, and every person failing
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the flowed.like dark flood his of the Address orlionTlao L "J" ,
facts a upon or refusing to comply with the provisions of
memory; ho seemed to recollect the con-' totbehon.J6hn'C.'Calhoun&c.: tWe admire I ALL persons having claims against thou this Ordinance, shall be fined the sum of
sequences of his adventure with our quinsy the patriotic! sentiments and feelings \ Michael, Mabrity,.deceased< Two Dollars for each offence.
merchantman He stated that ho was of Mr. Grimke,.and are satisfied that if a are required ,to present them to the subscriber -
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within the time Sec. 2. ordained, That, it
authenticated
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when vessel duly
the to Trail our actuatedby
loaning over of Legislators were
our
struck hisjmvatcer and then when ho orderedtheTgun majority should prescribed by law, or they will be forever shall bo the duty of'every.house-keeper to
the same disinterestedness barred. Those indebted to the estate are keep the yards und enclosures under their
be fired came suspiciously -
io as we intimation of have. but little cause to apprehend,for. the requested to make immediate payment. control, and the privys,and_ other out-Lous
near,It was hi* first Stall he safety' of the Union. We arehoweverinblincd \Y. II. WALL, 'Qdm',. cs in them,clean and in 'good'order'also,

the declared.intention. it to-of have our commander.been dastardly; to think that Mr. Grimke's: honesty, Key.West, July, 1&32. it shall be tho duty of the,Cty Marslral, at

that previous,our understanding whether of purpose has led him into error, io 'a1tii- LIST OF LETTERS least once every month, to visit the enclo-

he was friend or foe,and when from tho fluting too much virtue to the people aa a Remaining in the Post Official Key Weston sures or all houses the City of f\cy 1VG;t,

act of our pretending to obey his orders, mass: That man must have studied historyto the 1st July, 1832: and see that the same are clean;and tlru
ho might have presumed there was no treachery little wbodocs not perceive that out-houses in good order, and whenever lie
purpose Wro.S. Brown, Robert King, shall find filth or dirt he
intended him; for us, without even the predominant party are but too apt to Edward P. Bunce, Morgan P. Old, deem any the health which may
to of
a hint of resistance, to bear directly upon consider might and right as the same thing, C. Bushnall James Powers, prejudicial the City,
the of Eden Horace E. ,2 he shall notify,the person or persons occupying
his smaller craft, and by weight our and to interpret their interests as the inter John Sawyer
shin not by the bravery of our sailors, to Wm. E n lisl., Samuel Saunderson, the enclosures,or having ithe controlof
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sink as noble a crew as ever manned a pri- cats of the whole CttUntt). Suchtoeing'thecase Richard Fitzpatrick,6 William Smith, the same,to remove the said' filth inirne-

vateer's deck-to send, not in open con- how lorg will a minority;composed ot Robert Fitzpatrick, Wm. A. Sharpe, djately, and upon failure of the person a-
test but by assassin and viper-like guile, such men as Mr. G. have'to wait for the return Henry Goddard, 2 John Sullivan, foresaid to remove said filth, it shall be tho
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to the mercy of the deep, and of God, so of that sense of justice and magnanimity Wm.Willoughby 1\:. Hoxie Hodges, Hezekiah Francis Watlington Wood, duty of the Marshal to have the same re-

many unprepared-soul, was an act unwor- to which he looks with so much confi- Wm. R. Hackley. moved at the cost of the person liable to

thy of a mortal. He evoh regretted that dence for redress. II. WATERHOU3E, P. M. remove tho same, and every person failingor
he was left alone to mourn over them. He refusing to remove any dirt or filth,when
insisted that their ghosts would haunt him W1 HENRY J{. NEWCOMB required by the City Marshal, shall, in addition -
CORRESPONDENCEExtract attend to ,any AGENCY or to the costs of the same
removing
it\his sleep, and prayed that the thunders WILL ,
Business that
ot:,eternal,vengeance might1 visit the head intrusted to liim. 'bfllce and StoreRooms maybe be subject ton fine of five dollars, and costs.
letter,dated Washington City Sec. 3. He it further ordained That
of its projector. Ho described the terrific in the Warehouse of FIELDINGA. ,
shriek of those.who went down with him; June 12, 1832. BROWNE, Esq. when any privy which may.be erected upon
the rattle in the throats of the drowning DEAR Sin,-The Dill "granting to Key- KeyWest, Nov. 1C, 1831. 11 tf any lot within the limits of the City,and
West the,coastwise debenture privilege and shall from its situation the in
the crash which laid open his favorite vessel's or manner
side, even below her water mark' for extending District the jurisdiction Indian IlivCrand of that Collection which the same is kept, become generally

and yelled out anathemas, upon its heart- Bay,"leas'passed'the House of Representatives Tampa- James Egan, offensive, it shall be deemed a nuisance,

less author. without opposition, and is now before and the owner, or occupant:; of the lot, or
Our captain had been standing a little the Senate where it will no doubt becomea the person liavmg tiro control thereof, shall
distance from tho birth of his foe, but now law in the course of a few days. This remove the same to'such place in the said
will give a new impulse to commercial-op- ss s the of the Corporation
walked up and placed his keen dark eye upon premises, as Mayor
him and asked him. "Do you not know perations at Key Westand every uo'resi"diDglbere informs his friends and two other members may deem mostproper

met" lIe replied, "I must have seen you it. Our 'Delegate will be more, Col.or White less benefitted, and Mr.by RESPECTFULLY" general, that he 1m: and upon the refusal or failure of

before,'! know not where. There was Cumming a'specialagent who had charge opened'a Priv Boarding: House on Indian such person -to remove the. same,it shall be
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one of'those pauses like lulls in a'gale at of the biTl.-are entitled the thank of the Key,mad,will'payevery_ attention in lawful for the City Marshal, to remove the
aea. privateeras.stationed-! Gi- ,people of Key West for the able manner in his power to render 'satisfaction to those same at the expense of the party refusing,
braltpr, by-the name of -,in February, which they hare managed thbbtalnew.The .- who may favor him with their company- and \heperson so refusing shall be fined the
181ti-was,it not?" A groan succeeded lion. Robert Y. Hayne has the'managemenfof JUs'terms are moderate. sum of Five Dollars.
the bill in the Senate, ,"wJii I April 11, 1832. 32 p
from the shaking ud tor.hI knew' you ,' Sec. 4. Be itniYthcrordainedjThatony
your-yessel' tKen-you spoke wrong- am told, S"Ylftt"fthlDdlr . A be established
between Po c0 Gr I
struck and sane to with the same :
fully of my-sisters-Henry; you, Key West aed some point of the comply refusing
you stabbed him with your dirk-he recovered main very soon. It is probable, from all to -pay any costs or. fines in consequence
and challenged you-you fought and the information I can gather on the subject, ,/Continues to transact General Agency' tlKfrcof execution may :be issued against
Killed him-I was ,on the battle ground- that Charleston will be the place fixed upon. V/and Commission Business. them by the Mayor as incase! of judgments.

you afterwards, and there repeated exultingly Congress are still io session,' and will ,not Goods taken on Storage &c.OSr Passed 28 April, 1832. ,

your charge, when he was a corpse adjourn before the 17. S. Dank and Tariff : lIe will always be happy to receive '.t.QcHARA, J.1Iolor.AL1xA .
questions are lea of, which will
Ithen challenged and sneaked off and all orders DEn PaITElisovr Clet'1c
you you proba>l1 be'abodt'the'15th 6f celt month execute in his line of Busi .-
shipand did not.meet me-I knew
to
your Some person bu made a Violent attack -
jour vessel, for its form was graven on my upon Key West as military post as'!you = nesa.Key West, S8th March, 1831. 'ORDINANCE-No. 2. '.

brain; 1 ,have rewarded your treachery,and will-ueby a communication over the signature To regulate Streets, and remove obstructions -
... when wo reach our port and you cease'to of X. which I herewith enclose to you. U..s. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICE 'from the s nie.

bo'my guest, I will give you an opportunityof Tho object of the writer was no doubt to Sec. '1. Be it ordained by the l\Iayor and
righting yourself from this charge, viz. prevent,any' further appropriation being TVTORTHEAST corner of F.A.Browne's Aldermen of the of Council
City Key West in
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made for the continuance of'the Barracks "
fostered family a.3 "Warebouse- stairs.,
American
You are an by your up
turned traitor in which I hope he tf m be disappointed. A Key West, Feb.; 8,'1832.23. tf assembled,und iis hereby ordained by
have to your country ; reply! to the toramunicatlon in question will I the authority ,aforesaid, That no' house,
aspersed a female, who rejected your suit,- 1 appear lathe Telegraph'to-morrowf which building or enclosure, shall remain or encroach
ere* murderer of, her brothera;villain bait b*-alt* -sent ta, you. ".Mrrit.--:cani* : lJakergo ,'upon any Street, and every fiiich obstruction -
whose only absence from meanness is a pas.Bing .. from'ths South, aDd'1 rather suppose trern shall,'be deemed nuisance.
show of courage. The first thing Key West:-You had better" notice it In a flERY'IODIR, _, & Co. informs a
you havo,to do, sir, when you land, is to pointed manner in your paper, more especially the public generally Sec. 2. Be it further ordained; That
meet! me in what is termed an honorabletvay as the appropriation hu not yet been that during thofsumitiermohthflhey can when nny Street or Square "the, City: ,shall
.. be supplied with first and second quality be obstructed aforesaid and of
and that too,sir, before our sails arc : f J PILOT & NAVY BREAD. complaint
the shall be made and
saine to the
frond This cabin is Maytir
taken th'o'yards. yours Key West, Mq 23, 1832. 23 tf
arid the steward will do your bidding until BIAR1NE1HTELLIGBHCE.. Aldermen, it shall be the duty of said board
then. to appoint fit and proper persons to examine

sailed in BoardingoA. and report to them, if the said'obstruo--
We on heavily without'falling .' ,' ,
with another vessel for some days. The ; tion ought to be removed, and if the removal -
-
PORT, OP KEY WEST. : of the same is recommended, hy'said
,
.;noon came up 'one night in remarkable '
splendor, and as I was leaning over the bulwarks persons, the Mcyor shall order the same to 4
I saw the captain of the privateer ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST., be removed by the owner of 'oc jpant of

come from'the gangway, and as ,the moon July 5. Sloop Mary Ann, Ximenes, Havana. RS. HOWARD, Jun. has removed said building! and a 'copy of such order
beam'fell: 'on.his: countenance, t observedit J.V L from Calle do los Offlcios. to N o. 9. shall be by the City Marshal served upon

waft peculiarly wild-and sad. I .endeavored 7. BrigAgenoria, Fish, Providence Calle Obripia. the owner or occupant ofsuch building. .
-to erigago TJirtv conversation; in-reply 9. Sloop Tickler Reynolds, Havana- Havana. Jan., 1, 1832. 19 tf. Bee. 3. Be it further ordained, That it

*to-.omequelti he observed, "I have 'Sloop,North: America, E. Di:':'Braman. ,LAWS OF TIIETCRRITORY OF FLO- the owner Or occupier ttf the said building
Havana. 'shall fail or refuseto remove thoVsamt after .
black hearted villain.11 Sharks l were RIDA.
been a Collins
10. Brig Agenoria, New Orleans,
playing around us as,if revelling ,on the : sundries to P.'C.: Greene. AN ACT the service of notice as aforesaid,it shall
flood of the lunar ray I passed from him I CLEARED. To provide for the building a Jail at Key be the duty of the City Marshal, and he is

to'our captain,'who seemed lost in deep West. : hereby authorized to have the} sajd house!
and bitter/ contemplation; the sound of Havana.July 5. Sloop Fair American, Raynalj, Be it enacted; by the (Governor end Le- or building, or any nuisance,removed from
gislative Council of the of Florida the Street 'or Square and the of
my voico seemed! to, start fiiin. Before I 7. Sloop Friends, W. U. BtfthcU, Ntf Territory expense
had uttered a's ntenoo, we heard splash! That a,further time of two'yean is here removing the same shall be paid by_ the

in the waterand saw,distinctly our former sag. Sloop Tickler, Reynolds, Havana by allowed the commissioners appointed to person owning occupying such building,
foe on the sea-he-raised his hand as if bidding Sloop North America E. D. Braman superintend thb building of a jail and 'cis- and for the amount thereof, exeytio'n may

us' farewell, when a shark ot uncommon Havana. tern at Key West, 'to coutplete 1 the same, issue as in case of judgments.
size turned on; his back,,and with one i Sloop Mary Ann,Ximenes, Havana. provided, however,. that the said commissioners Passed 28 April, 1832.o. .

snap of'his' enormous: jaws, divided into _____ B shall within three months from the O'IIARA.1llaydr.
two distincCparta thft unhappy sufferer. A. passage of this act, make and execute a ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk.ORDINANCENO .
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .
new bond, with sufficient security in the ..
tinge of red on the waters as our ship glided I -
past was all that was seen of the lost ,sum of two thousand dollars each, for the iTO :
commander; and thus perished the survivor e. faithful performance of the duties assigned ,
ore of these pests of the ocean, caUedi'prlvateer. them, and for the completion of the said prevent the running at large'eJSwine or

,In a.few day we reached our ON Satnrdar, 28th int. at 10 o'cloclc lail and cistern within the time prescribed by Goats Key West.within the- Corporation limits of

port; but sidco qur arrival.and even to tho l\f.wm, be sold-at Warehouse law, the said bond to bo approved by thepresiding ,
present'hour, ,I cannot forget the going of f. A. Browne Esq. the British Barque justice; provided also that said Be it ordained by,TheMayor and Aldermen

'down of that privateer, oyer which our vessel GLASSGOW. and materials and so much commisioners shall make out a true state. of the City of Key West, in Council
if,but stick of tim- of the Cargo as will be sufficient to pay ex ment of all the mcniesed by them, and assembled, and it is hereby"ordained by
boomed a floating '
as
penses. By order of t. Edward Hig- from whom, and all axpenditures to the the authority of the saute, That after the
That death shriek will made
its up
ber was in path.: and gonson% ( ::7 Tera known at time date of the said bond, and deliver the same passing of this ordinance,all Swine found
in dreamt sleep
visit scare of sale.
me
my of the at the time of of giving said bond to said running at large in any of the--streets, or
from ll watches night.
: the."s WiliV ALEXANDER PATTERSON, presiding jvstice, to be by him forthwith within the corporation limits of Key West

,. .. Auctioneer. transmitted t6 the Treasurer of the Terri shall be taken into the possession of the Ci-
THE GJiZETTE. Key-West 14tb,:July, 132. 43 4f tar' ty Marshal, and the owner or owners"there-

.' "" Passed Jan !G, )832. Approved Jan. !I of shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corpo-
h il:'1, '\ 'fli'EST:: ,: THE LATEST' 90, 1832. ration the sum of One Dollar for each'and

M WEDNESOAYJUI, It,, 1832. :. every hog, sow or swine, so 'found running

"f -4 .. I" "I' ".. ...-:.- Fasllwnsl.TilE ... crtr ORDINANCES. at large, belong ng to him,her, or them,andon
.
\ JfciConwquenoe of tba.,ataeoce of the .. '" '. ORDINANCE-NO i. their failing so to do on notification the

Court the salvage io the case ,of British subscriber has,just received from To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key Marshal is hereby directed to cause the said
West hog, sow or,swine, to be sold at public outcry -
,Barque Glasgow Capt.H igginaq,baft been Yorkt mChtrlejiton, per Sloop
Sec. 1. Be it ordained : the of which sale after deducting
the proceeds
decided by arbitration; the award of tb* Capital, ft splendid assortment of LaflitfiandMi by Mayor and ,
The.. BONNETS. of the latest fuJuoo, Aldermen the City of Key West,in Coon the expenses incurred by him, amt
arbitrators will
appear in our next. I which he offer for sale onreasonabla terms cil assembled, and it is hereby ordained b* the above specified sum per head, he will
vessel has been ,surveyed and condemned. i at the stare lately occupied by Robert JB. the authority of the same, That from and pay over to the owner or owners thereof:

and together wittr her tackle and apparel Stauard,dec'd, foot of Dutal Street,. ... t. t: W..11 passing of this Ordinance. Sec. 2. Be it further ordained Tint all

vUl'bel d'at public auction on the 98th WILLIAM d3BIIAW 1. it shall be the duty of all bouse- eep Goats caught running at large within, the

Jut". July 8tb, e35t. ere, to put at least one peck of Lime into I limits of the City, without befog bobbled



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t!$ L 9 to prevent their jumping, from and r of the; City of lelVest, in Council as- Sec. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor at.an he lira full force at J operation AS rTgnrtfj

after the second day of May, shall bo shot sembled, l\DdJt1js.\ber fore 'ordained' by I and Board or Adermcn of die City arch slaves; and All such remedies as nro

Dy the City Marshal,or any person author- the authority nf'uresaid, That all Vessels ol. Key West, That any 'mrtafer of a provided in said section aforesaid, shall and

ised by him. "'., ,. uf War shall be subject to the following vessel wishing a Pilot into tho,Port of Key may ha pwrsocd foirftrds such slaves.Bee. .
odafned
: V Be it farther That tax
Passed 26.Apth183s. j. rates of pilotage! West, shall! ,If i spoken by a Branch Pilot,be of one half of one per centum be, and tho

', O. O'IIARA, Mayor S'Au ec. I. All Vessels of War per foot. compelled to take him; and ho is hereby same hereby, laid CD alt improved real estate -

x.t &1U 'FATTCKSOX, ', Clerk. drawing 6 and not more than 14ftct required to discharge any other person who in said city; and one half of ono per-

i I : $2 00 may have oflcretThig services to pilot said centum, on all unimproved real estate in

". ,::ORDINANCE. 4. Drawing 14 and not. mQfO than tessel into this harbour, without paying him said city-Provided, said unimproved real

ToT, x Pedlar and Transient Trader 18 feet, ., I', : 2 25 % 'or.the same; and should the master of'siid estate shall not be valued at more Ulan
Sec,'JL Be it ordained, by the Mayorand Twenty-five Dollars per acre; which 'said
Drawing 18 and not.over 21 feet, 2 60 vessel refuse to do so. and persist In
''Aldermen oftbe City ofKey West, in Council value, as well of improved as of unimproved
Over 21 feet ktepifff thee said unauthorised onboard
: : : 3 00 | person
real estate,shall be estimated and assessed
assembled and it is hereby ordained by Sec. 2. All Merchant Ves- per foal lie shall bo liable to pay the full amount on oath two disinterested
by
the, authority aforesaid, 'hat arty person gels of to tho Branch Pilot persons
drawing 6 and not over 12 pilotage so appointed by tins Board.
coming within the limit of the City of feet, shall pay : $1 60 speaking him. Sec. 10. Be it further ordained, That all,

Key West, and not'being i a,resident of the All above '12 and'not over 16 feet, 2 00 Sec: 2; Be it further ordained, That all taxes provided fur by the foregoing section,

Island'and having a Store therein, who shall All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 Pilots boarding any vessel bound into tho shall, after giving twenty days notice to UI teofl'ett
sell or dispose of any goods wares or mer- to the owner, or owneR, or ofsuch
All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Port of Key West, shall shew to the master agent
chandize, except live Stock and poultry, estate,he sued for by the said Marshal
Sec. 3: Vessels arriving or depart. I of the same his Branch, and shall also
within the limits of the' aforesaid shall before the said Mayor or pro tern
City ing through the North West Passage ,shew a copy of the regulations relating to action trig the
by (
I proper together costs or
Tiefore he proceeds to vend or dispose of and ,Pilot
drawing 4 feet orup- serving such notice.
the same, pay to the Treasurer of tlie City, wards Passed. June 16, 1832.
; except such as are hereinafter << Sec. II. Be it further ordained, That
Ten Dollars and obtain from the Clerk of
,
mentioned, shall pay 2 00 P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. T. such assessors shall, for their services in estimating
the City, a License specifying the objectfor All vessels bound through the North West Alexander Patterson, Cltrk. and assessing as aforesaid, receive

which the same is granted. Pass, and touching at Key West for the the sum of Ten Dollars, out of any* money

Sec. :2. Be it further ordained, That a- purpose of landing passengers, letters, or ORDINANCE-No. 0. in the Treasury of said city not otherwise

ny person coming into the limits of Key i obtaining supplies of prov.sions'OQd or An ordinance to raise a revenue in and fur appropriated.Sec. .

Vest, who may bo subject to this Ordinance I water, shall depart without being subject to the City of Key West. 12. Boy it further ordained, That

and fail to comply with the first I the above ordinance, unless the Master of ,Sec.- 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and where any owner, owners,or agent of any
section thereof shall bo fined Twenty Dollars I the said! 'es5el.shall Pilot to take Board of Aldermen of tho City' of Key improved or unimproved real estate, who
a
,to be recovered before the'Mayor. charge of such vessel request and take her 'West, That from and after tho first day of shall on dath,before the Mayor and Alder
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That a- out over June next, it shall and may be lawful for men, say that his estate has been too hr lilr
the Bar for services
which .
; he shall receive nU !!led, it shall be the duff of said Mayor
and
who have his good wares any every person, being a citizen or inhabitant
nyperson may
the usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots detained of Key West aforesaid to and Aldermen, Of a quorum of the Board,
merchandize sold keep
or or disposed of by any on board of vessel the to proceed forthwith to assess such estate
any by request open in said city any billiard roomer rooms, ,
person established and doing business as a of her which assessment shall be final. .....
commander, shall receive for to retail dry goods or groceries, or both, to "
Commission Merchant in the City of Key each and every day's services Three Dollars sell goods on commission, or when appoint Passed May !lIt 1832. :

West, shall bo exempt from the provisions per* day, over and above his pilotage. ed by the Governor of Florida.by auction, O. O'HARA.Mayor.' ''.
,of this Ordfnance. Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels within the limits of said city, upon receiving Alexander Patterson, Clerk. '

Passed 20 April, 1032. shall not be a license to such effect under the bandaM -
subject to this ordinance.
O. OIIARA, Mayor. Heal of tbe Clerk for the time being of ORDINANCE-...No. 10.

ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Cleric Sec. 4. ne it fitrtherordained, That any said city, who is hereby authorised and requires Concerning Dogs.
vessel having passed the Buoy on the Bar to issue the same under the conditions ,
Sec. 1. DC it ordained
of the North West Passage, before having and provisions hereinafter set forth. by tho Mayor amI
ORDINANCE-No. C. been boarded by a Pilot shall not be obliged Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, Tlsat.pteviom Board of Aldermen of tho city of Key W sf.

For preventing the introdnction of Cholera That from and after the of this
to the issuing of such license passage act,
take the any
into the City of Key West. to same; but in case a Pil d+, -a..b herein the owner of found
contemplated and directed, thepa.ty every dog or: dogs, within
Whereas a certain disease known the goes on board by the request of her Cap..,
by "
applying for the same shall pay or the precincts of said city, shall Lo ,taxed
tain then he
name of Indian Cholera, at present pre- shall receive the usual. pilot- ',Cause to be paid unto, the said Clerk for trio for.ho same and every ono,of the,same, at
vailing in the Northern parts of Europe, age. :-- u 150"0tho said cUr,the sum or sums following tho rate of.00'0 dollar fur male and

of the most fatal character, and as such Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all ,:.tQ,wit: Ten.Dollars for every Billiard three dollars for female every to

disease may be introduced into our own vessels bound into tho Port' ol Key West, .Table for rue retailing of dry goods or gro- ed,to the use of every said of- bC:91)pU.
.' city Key West.
Dollars
ports, by vessels trading with that quar- and spoken by a Pilot-Boca Chica bearing -..: cotiesr'fen -and ,if both, Fifteen
'Dollars. ;, for selling goods by auction, on tho Sec. Do it
2. further ordained That all
ter of tho Globe, North, or North-Westerly, shall pay.full, grctpa'Amount of sales one of ,
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by pllotageoJ. tile same "J :s.as though ,aria,. 'jiefr,centum; and each and every quarter commission ono persons owning any dog or' dogs, shall,

the Mayor and Aldermen: of the City of had been brought in'ewer the main Ship .merchant; IbaJl'pa7'the sum of Fifteen Dollars within the space of,three days after the

Key West, That all vessels arriving from Channel Bar All vessels arriving and not per annum. passage of this act, pay to the'Marshal of

ports or places where the said disease exists, having been spoken by:a Pflbti!>pforo 'pas-" : Sec.' 3.Be it further ordained, that any the said city of Key West, the tax required

Shall he taken by the ,Pilots
without their going on board, 'to the Qua- miles from the'Light House on Key. West, : orretailing,any dry goods or gtbco- receipt'for the same; and the Clerk'of said:

rantine Ground, nortlnyard and .westward shall only be ubjoct to pay'half pilotage;; ..ri.i..auction!orveiling,any goods In said city, either city is hereby required to grant! a license tony
.by commission
,or as merchant ,
of Fleming's Key, there to remain 'under .but if not spoken untjl"-after-passing the, out having firth obtained a license for,witha such person applying for the name, on hid

the direction of the Mayorof the City,and aforesaid limits, in that case she shall be purpose, filial!te,and be h hereby made liable being shown tho receipt of the Marshal" for,

Health Officer of the Port. exempted: from paying any-pilotage.. to forfeit and pay foreverybuch'act,and the tax; for which license the,Clerk* shall

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That Sect 6. Be it further ordained, "'rharC1Htvesse1s ) ".for ,every repetition of the same, the arm of' charge and receive the further sum of fifty

while it.shall be thought necessary: by the arriving through tho West Pass,andihe" ..:Fift) Pollars.to be sued for and recovered cents: and conditions required by'this
said Health Officer that such "witb costs of suit before the Mayor or May act having been cOlnlllitcl 'witII' .tbo'
vessel ,
or vessels East end of the Dry Rocks, to the Westard -, person
-,' .' shall perform quaralltinenomtercoursewhatever of Sand t or pro tem. of said ,city-ono .half to the 00 complying shall bo authorised to, allow
\\ Key,bearing south-west fnfdrmer
,shall cf the
use
informert '
shall be held with the Island ; or + -the re* his dog or dogs to run at largo in the streets
City or pay full pilotage, btififnot ,spoken until 1 ,'n4ainitgMJt.to..the'u.e of said city. ,
of Key: West, but by permission and passing the aforesaid 'limits, and ,being See: 4. Be it furtherordaincd, That no- for the' space of one year. ,

under the direction of the Mayor and throe miles from K !y"Vest Light,only tyjf thing1 in'fbis act contained -shall bo so constructed Sec. 3. Bo it further ordained, That the

Health Officer, and all persons who shall pilotage shall be recovered, but if spoken,1 as to license the keeping open of'any Marshall of tho city of Key West i fercquircd

hold intercourse with such vessel or vessels, after passing the aforesaid. limits, shall be billiard room after eleven o'clock on tn kill and destroy all,dogs ruffling, At
.. tt'ithoutfirst obtaining said permission shall Saturday evenings, or at any time during
exempted from paying pilotage. the Sabbath. j large in the streets"--tho owners of which

,be liable to perform the same qnarantineasmaylJeirtiposelI't1pon Sec. 7, Bo it further ordainedj-That all Fee. 5. Be it further ordained, That all have, not cornlicdwith the foregoing provisions *

the'vcssols and car Pilots who shall bring a vessel into this Port licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immcdi- of this: net, and he shall receive tho

goes. shall'-be entitled to'carry her out,unless the* *ately take effect, and be in force for the s4pace of fifty cents for'each and every dog
Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That this commander, spew good and suffi > cit:iine 'year .from the Ant 'of June so destroyed.Sec. .

Ordinance shall remain in full force, until cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving next; and that for'every such license so is- 4. Be it further
expressly repeated by thts Board. at this Port without a Pilot, shall have liby. .s ued, the said Clerk ilhalt receive the sum without ordained -That no
person residing the limits of tho
Passed of Two Dollars for his
28 April, 1832. own use. J
to depart without Pilot unless the, ,
erty
a ., city of Key West shall his
Sec. permit
O. HARA 0. Be it further ordained, That from | dog or
Mayor.PATTEHSON should
ALEx.\'lDED Captain wish one. .'jgee. and after the said first day of Juno t. all dogs'to run at large in the street* of said
Clerk '
:.. 8. Be it further ordained; Tliat free negroes and mulattoes, whatever sex, city without first complying with tho requisitions -
--- each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a sball pay or cause, to be paid unto the City of his act; any dog or dogs
-- ORDINANCE-No. 6. Branch, shall make application to the Mayor Marshal. the sum of One Dollar per head f found running nt'large ,may be destroyed
.An Ordinance to prevent the shooting of and Aldermen, and before he obfa'utsuch 'p annum for every sncfi free negro or mu- after notice given to the
thereof
Fire-Anns, &c. within the limits owner by
of
tho he the _lajfb tf th.ge nfteen and
said or over
applicant, shall undergo years ; officer of tile
City of Key West. Jor. ; such any Corporation or.member
examination eve"ry negro or 'mulatto undtfr fif
before
,Sec. 1. Be it ordained the an a competent Committee thereof. .
by Mayortmd teen years of age and over ten years, the
to be'constituted
Board
the
Aldermen of the City of Key West, by to sum of Fifty cents per annum-the whole Sec. S. Be it further ordained, That
in Council assembled, and it is hereby or examine such applicant,and if lio be found to be received the use of said cltforwillch 'OrdinancoNo.'b, passed'May 6, :4832 bo
,
darned competent,it shall be tho duty of.the Clerk the safd Marshal shall to .
by the authority aforesaid( That it give all such i and the same is hereby repealed. *
shall not Be lawful for any person<< 'within to grant a Branch to such applicant negroes and mulattoes a good and sufficient Passed lune:101832. .

the limits of the City, (wfiich, limits shall the said Branch shall be signed by the Mayor Vecerpt, which shall operate as license for P. C. GREENE Mayor P. T.
,
be construed for which the applicant{ sfcall pay to the one year from'tbe first day of June next;
as extending as far ns Elizabeth and default Alexander 'Patterson Clerk.OILDINNLENo..
Five in of'such negroes 01 mulattoes ,
Corporation, Dollar, and one Dollar'
fire "
street to ofd'or
,) discharge firearms '
any nr one of them
shall any failing to comply with
to the Clerk: it bo of eachand
of any description whatever,or to dis- required the provisions of the first clause of this sec* n.
chdrge crackers other fire every PilQt., eforo be"receives his or Tion' the Marshal of said
works after
or
any city, giving
Sec Be plained::
whatever, and any violating ,the ; their Blanch, to" give'good security in:,the five days notice thereof, shall attach tbe bo- K ft( by the Mayor and
person ]Board of
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined surn'df One Thousand Dollars,for the faith dies of such negroes or mulattoes, and advertise Alderinert'pt the city of Key

Five Dollars for each and offence ful performance of his or their dutyjts.. and sell the said negroes or mulat- West, That the Marshal of the said city
every Branch Pilot. tbeilor such a period and for such an amount shall collect all'sums of money duo fo the
.4l'd upon failure to pay the same, shall be as.Kill and satisfy the taxes imposed said city;Vvhelher for '
prisoned not Sec. 9. -Be it further ordained,. That if pay hereby taxes 'or otherwise,
exceeding ten days. Pilot shall upon them, together with the reason within Uty days after shall
any bring in or out of tlwy have become -
Sec. 2. Be it ordained carry
further o That i if able costs of such attachment and for
this Port any vessel or'vesscls, for les so due,and shall pay over to the T/rcasu
free mulatto a s '
any negro, or shall fire oil'o r doing, he shall in every sacb care receive of the
sum than he is lawfully entitled to to the, rer city ale amount so r received
discharge any fire arms, or discharge any over and above for his own services, from him before by
crackers, or any other fire-works whatever, prejudice of any other Pilot, he or they, on such free negro or muhtto, the sum of Two the expiration pI'e'' rut tJa
contrary to this ordinance he or they offending conviction thereof shall forfeit and pay t o Dollars to be taxed in his bill of costs. after the receiptof the lame!' kjlJg ihe.<< receipt

for the first offence, shall be BO fined the Corporation, Twenty Dollar, over and Sec. 7. De it further ordained, That even of Treasurer for the.amount' sopaid

Five Dollars and failure above what the pilotage shall amount to, such free negro or mulatto to advertised over, which receipt shall" bo required
; upon refusal to and all controversy in relation to of and sold, shall, for tbe time befog, be coo of him as 'a voucher on the Bcftjerifejirof
the part
pay same, he or they shall receive twen- any loaves the
of the n ,
property purchaser. his accounts
this Ordinance
shall be decided ,
,
ty lashes; and for the second offence, lie by the Sec. 8. Be it farther ordained. That the ,
,or they shall receive thirty-nine lashes, and Mayor, subject, however, to an oppeal to owner,owners, or agent of every slave Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That tho
,the same for each offence thereafter. the Board of Aldermen. 'shall,on or before the said first day of Jane Marshal of tho said city shall be tho person

.Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That any Sec. 10. Be 'it further! ordained, That next, pay to the said P.fan141tor every such autliorised to give receipts fo'any person or

person giving information of a violation of any person subject to this Ordinane6 aad. slave o.erhit age' of fifteen jean and under persons, who may Lo indebted 'to tbo'Aid

this ordinance, shall be entitled to one half failing comply with filename refusing fiftvVtwen'tf-fire'ceo'U--to and for the 'said be applied to city in any sum. of money, whether for tax-
to pay any costs or, fines in use of city-for which the es fine or in other
the monies collected) of the person so often- consequence said Marshal is hereby and any manner; aDd such
.iiDg thereof execution'may be' issued"against required direct. receipt of the Marshal shall
I a to gitfe a sufficient receipt, which aid be the only
Passed 28Ui April, 1832. 'them by the Mayor, as in case of a judg 'oeipttball opeVttaas a license: for the pen re evidence of*}, afattatreelnired' ,of any person -

: O. O'IIARAll1ayor. ment. ., : rr "I od of a one year from the tint of June but indebted as

:Alexander Patterson,Cki*. Passed 30th April, 1832. ;r': :rot lib keeping ofsaeh slave or al".J Sec. 3. Bo it furthef; ordained That

O; HARA, Jl/a-tfiv/: I jo case the said owner,or ownen, or agents the AJ.nbalahali receive+ fiver. ,
_1' ALEXANDER PATTEBSOJT,Clerk. ;of[ slob slave or slaves shall refine. ojr Dee on. the centum
ORDINANCE-No. 7. : amount of all sutra collected
e 0 Vjr tact to comply with the provision of this co by
To. reculate the Pilotage fat the Port of '! ""' :. s.,*otioD, the saW"I4iar.hatl a.ball. proceed In h urn. tt ,

Key West.J3o SUPPLEMENTARY an Ordinance rise manner directed In U* foregoing 'sec Paaaod June 16, 183J .

k ordjuaed > the Mayor and Ald etlnen. West.rolating Pilotage for the Port,of.Key. .. lisle; -Vuid all the, provisions of said forego P. O, GREENE; Mayer. 'to

i leg sjBCtion ar.hereby deoUred, and they Alexander Patterson, Clerk. '

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,. :"'" ."f\ '..., ,,PROSPECTUS. 0 less formidable" 'than'ft 'tnci ccrtaintrofieiotrampled ; lg J f'-TIliCITGA; Z ,TTE, 1, F uUniptions! ': and remit the money rotbt1

or TUB by those! 'with'whom we ha've confederated AND COMMKnCIAI'D .IL? DvEnTIsr.n. risk! i,! the Publishers, at the time of or-

STATE RIGHTS AND FJtEE TJIADE at'Jl m'e. Hence is is vitally important A Journal of Commercet T nce' Literature dering the paper. It is expected that they

EVENING POST. that the power should be sustained and the Arts t' /*$? *will retain in their hands 10 per cent of

which alone can compel attrictconstruction J1Y sums & DURV .A. the amount received, as a remuneration for

rg!HE establishment, in Charleston an of tbo Charter. That power resides with THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of the their trouble. :,*..-.

.1 additional Newspaper, devoted been to the each State Sovereignty. It i* the State oldest existing Journals in the U. States. 03"Editora of papers with whom
deem- \vc
of their exchange
support to arrest with few
STATE Right of sovereign interposition Under course
proprietorsits
cd expedient by the RIGHTS and the usurpation of Federal agents. The ex many have always been Americanand are requested to give-the above nn
TRADE PARTY. In exceptions, insertion and tho fl1.orvUl be
FREE
pursuanceof istence of this right as the conservative popular. Of late years, from neglectmore ,reciprocated. -
this determination, THE EVENING is doc influence and >- V.f'
principle of our Constitution no new than any other cause,its
POST trill be commenced as A Daily Evening trine ; it is co-cval with our Federal polity, patronage had visibly declined. Within the Jan 1st, 1832.

Journal; ,so soon ai the requisite office and was! asserted by its founders and con last however, the present proprietors, .

arrangements,can be completed. temporary expositors. This principle is having year entered upon a course of policy, The following article originally appearedin

The political tenets to which the Eye* the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing more consistent with the politics of tho this paperVo republish it on account

ning Post will be devoted have been, arc so familiarto the ours from other Republics not Federal South, and having made numerous additionsto of having lately seen u cpyof it in a Uos-
this so long
community
in their element In the latter, a of their
of discussion by the I tho mechanical improvements ton paper, with many errors and inaccuracies -
prominent subject and triumphantly Constitution is, in fact,by a symbol of public establishment by fitting it out in a new and in the latitude, longitude and
and have been so often bearingof
,
with
press and varies
is construed
sheet and
opinion, by handsome and on a larger
minds in type of the Houses. It
vindicated by the first our while in some Light is cvi-
the changing will of a majority ; better description of than heretofore;
State, and in the Federal councils, that it it paper dent if this erroneous statement be followed
favored with
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, and have been a
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more it will materially mislead the Mariner
as a permanent rule of action. large and proportional increase of patron ,
than the following exposition, which is offer- The formal recognition of such a righton age, including new subscriptions ai.d gene- and so far from being a guide to warn Jiirnfrom
creed.
ed Free in lieu Trade of a more will be detailed advocated political as the dictate the face of the Charter would have been ral advertising. Within the last year, their danger, will subject him to the very

superfluous, in as much as it resulted neces list of patrons has been swolleiuby an accession difficulties against which our publication
policy-as a privi-
of enlightened
an from the formation of a compact between Hundred Citi-
than Three
sarily of
more
intended We
.
lege of the people,which impartial justice was to guard. advise Editors
sovereigns having no
iudcpendcnt with little
from the rulers of country- zens, to which new names arc to publish the following which be
every ,
requires common umpire. As a feature of our political almost daily added. The pro- may
and as a right,which,in ours, is guaranteedby exception, relied on as accurate:
of not '
system, it is course a political, a order the better to merit that encouragement -
,
the Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary right. Formed for the protection of which, it is equally their "For the information of Mariners gene
withheld from the
venerated instrument of a minority from the usurpations of pride and pleasure, to acknowledge! much rally, we have procured from the Collector
to
Federal agents the power duties protect it hasbeen manu- the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and of the Port, the following schedule of the

factures by restrictive of ;the from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in connection situation of the Light Houses along tho
revenue
usurped by 'a perversion through subserviency of those authoritiestho with their office of business, a spacious
and its exercise, involving sectional Florida shore, under his superintendence.Cape .
power, Constitution itself needed protection.
the chief Public
which
Reading Room, in Florida
for sectional aggrandisement, Light.-Salionary. Situated i.
oppression Reliance for that protection surely wa not Journals find their and are carefullyfiled
way
has necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation on the south point of Key Biscay
whom
placed in either ofr4.be parties against from all the States in our Union.- ,
which endangers the permanencyof it was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities,without about 400 yards from the beach. The

the Union. It is impossible that the injured Court being one of the Federal agents,was charge, to all patron of the Gazette.A Light may be considered 70 feet above the

j parties can tolerate legislation/ its so manifestly not, therefore, entrusted wHit its political regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform level of the sea, distant from the Gulf

unjust and unequal which is impossible operation., guardianship. Nor could the engine of tho and upon a fine paper suitableor Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing:
Without first proving,
box-have been
that the benefits the protection are equally majority-the ballot con- correspondence, carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
sidered as the safeguard. The sectional with the most correct estimate of the true
it of the Lat. 25' 47
apportioned to all the States- is a gross the Light. N.-Long.
can exert no influence on representation -
minority condition of the markets, and put upon the
absurdity to contend that the burdens of of sectional majority. The 80 42 'V.Ligltt .
a
terms to all that
most come
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, advantageous Florida is situated Cu-
responsibility of representatives but secures under this class,is also issued from the office Ship on
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as is their fidelity to their respective constituents of the proprietors. Their Reading Room, ryford's Reef, near the site of the old ono,

its defenders vainly argue, its operation and the representatives of a minority where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 08 N.--Long. 80 27Y.. It
it becomes
and
yet glaringly unequal submit, to its unauthorised no can effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct
free people to interest which the representatives of a majority and.masters of vessels trading to this shown which be
exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, Lights are can generally
their constituents
when it is evident that we arc not only arbitrarily may be compelled by the port. To these improvements, they make seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object -
of
in utter
to enforce disregard the
daily additions, affording facilities to '
taxed as consumers, but that theinevitable The therefore, is de- is to warn vessels from the dangerous
Charter. principle,
of leisure and business! alike hitherto
man
result of the protective system j is solating-that the Constitution is at the discretion unknownSIMMS & DWIYEA. rocks and shoals near which it is placed.

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin inte- of a majority, and must be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Key West Light, stands on the S. West

the prostration of our agricultural surrendered to their wisdom and justice. O r Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is in

rest.There Besides except in the Parliamentary trans- Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82! 04 W.; erected
is no solidity in the objection toottr actions of the two houses of Congress-our THE WEEKLY MORNING COURIER fur the of \cssels when
resistance that others are blindly submitting purpose guiding
where ,
frame of government no ,recognizes.the AND N. YORK ENQIRER.
the harbour the directions for
to the evils, which are overwhelming consolidating rule that the will of a majority entering ;
them in common with ourselves. shall Tho President be which. are as follows: Bring the Light to
may
This delinquency i I not our justification. If elected by govern.a minority of the people ; a ma- Oh Saturday, the 28th Jan. inst. the bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to

we arc awake to. the dangers and degradation jority of Senators representing States, the Proprietors of the Morning Courier & N. bear W.S.W. and you cross tho Reef in
of our situation, it behoves us to leave mino- York Enquirer, intend publishing on the
whose
aggregate of population are a about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West
no effort untried until we shall have repelled rity of the'whole people, may reject a measure largest folio sheet ever issued, n Weekly Light until within two miles, then steer

the invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper, to contain all that appears du-
N.W. until Fleeming's Key-
Post will, therefore, exhort to resistance of in the other House and you open
of the people ring the week in their daily paper. Jt will
Island the Northern
which is in
tile Tariff, at the most prominent enormity a Mangrove
in the other
barn majority
a
has vice versa be published on fine paper, with new type; and then for it
of that "American System, which been the part of the harbor, run
built up on the ruins of the Free System unanimous House may voice reject of a the measure Representatives passed by of and to place it wtthin the reach of all clas- The best anchorage is in tho upper part of

bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if the States in the Senate-The President, a ses of community, it will be aff>rdcd the harbour. Height of the Light House
established as the settled policy of the coun his the 'to subscribers at tho reduced price of three feet inches.
single individual, may put veto on fiom the level of the sea, 83 6
try, must, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses rand the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad Light stationary.
of Union,or melt down and consolidate the. :
of the Supreme Court, holding office vance.
limitless Sand Key Light.-Revolving once in
State Sovcicignties into one irresponsible not by election but by appointment, may In consequence of the other Daily Pa- the
despotism. The Evening Post 54 second. It is the best Light on
set aside the concurrent enactments of
in New York not to board
determining
will oppose Internal Improvement as un- House, Senate, and President. The power pers coast;-S.W. by S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
,
constitutional as an engine: of favoritism, to protect the Constitution could not vessels and receive their news on Sunday, West Light-situated directly on ,the Reef.

as a source of sectional robbery, as crea- have been rationally intrusted to the very the Publishers of the Courier & Enquirer The Light 70 feet above the sea.
ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant have lately invested Thirteen Thousanddol-,
majority from which-the danger violation Tortiigas Light,-Stationary,-on one
taxation-It will oppose the recharteringof was apprehended. It would have been indeed lars in a separate news establishment, con- of the Dry Torttigas Islands, near the west

the United States' Bank, as manifestly committing the keys of the,house to sisting of one Schooner of ninety tons, ern extremity of the Reef in Lat. 24 31 N.
unconstitutional and as prolonging tho existence
the safe-keeping of those, distrust whom one of sxty tons, and the necessary row
and it will Long. 83 10 W.
of a dangerous power ; locks. he
suggested the propriety power boats. This establishment is supported at -
the projected disposition of the Surplus
oppose was wisely left with the several State
annual of Nine Thousand dollars
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, and thus not + there i an expense
Sovereignties- only was
wholesale bribery, whichif adopted, will provided a definite rule of action for the and vessels from Europe are boarded Ket .West

give to oppression a duration co-cxistant Federal Government,but a power to render at sea and their news disseminated throughthe

with that of our government.A inoperative that is to nullify, their unautho I' country.with great dispatch, long before SEGAR MANUFACTORY,
zealous and judicious attachment to the rised and irregular action. they reach the harbour.

Union, prescribes the present as the proper So far as a congeniality views may ex- In its politics, the Courier & Enquirer is W. XJl. WALLtakesthisop-

crisis for making adetermined and uncompromising ist, in relation to these principles, the Eve- is purely Democratic-adhering to the prin-
stand for the Constitution,"before ming the ;Public, that he has established
ning Post is pledged .to the State Rightsand and of the
ciples usages Republican Party,
the jarring lntereats'of different sections Free Trade.Party;" and as the supportof A SJ CAn MAXTFACTORV at Key West.-
and the re-election of General
are organised against each other in irrcconcilablc -* measures, to. be efficient, must includethe advocating He imports for this purpose, the very best
conflict-before, blinded by their support of men its humble aid will be Jackson to the Presidency. Its columns Tobacco from Havana. .
gains, the consolidation States alike devoted to and Domestic
Foreign
unrighteous zealously contributed to extend the are
person Sears of the best and of
undoubted their undue quality, every
shall regard as right Morals Literature and the
al influence and promote the political advancement Intelligence; ;
description be had establishment.
advantage*-before they shall resolve to of those,statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, nowever, it does may
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous prin- O T All orders in the above line will
themselves to the good cause, which is identified not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots i.
that opinion, or the will of a meet the earliest attention.
"public
ciple with the value, of the Union, and the but on the inculcates those
majority,is a pow raboc the Constitution contrary, May 23 1832. .38 if.
liberty aud honor of South Carolina. Its ,
of and
and before the victim sovereignties in minority warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed principles morality religion only,
endurance (unless the which arc formed upon peace and good
goaded beyond
to
by a personal pledge no candidate Shell.
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall for the Presidency, or any other will to all mankind-the fruit of which is Loggerhead Turtle

rise in desperation and abolish a frame of office tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give a fair price

government too much shattered tobo recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts persecution for opinion's sake." 500 Ibs. of the above article.

nised at that for which they originally stipulated of party it will DC tbo aim of the Evening Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.

and which inveterate sectional Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier &. -
Enquirer arc published Daily
tred shall then render it impossible ever moderation R. C. CROZIER,
Press, by courtesy and under
and more than Three Thousand Semi-
again to recompose.and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate: ends of newspaper ATTORNEY mO.TttM.OF THE VN1TED STATES
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion are best subserved by firm- weekly; and in the City of New-York its SOUTHERN DISTRICT or JTLOR1DA.

will be satisfied with nothing.but equality ; ness without violence, ajidzeal without in circulation is known to be more than an Office of the District Attorney.

and it cannot be denied that by tho Consti- temperance. With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than any other

tution, even if strictly observed, the 'slave acts of opponents it will exercise right paper. These facts are referred to, as affording May 23, 1832. 38 tf-

holding States are placed at decided disad- of dealing freely-but it-*is Coped that no the only commentary the Proprietors NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY. .

vantage. Once leagued for the resumptionof part of its career will ever justify the suspicion with offer the
can propriety on qualityof the case of Joseph Cottrell & Co. va
submit
they will no longer to a
rights, of the infamous IN
of its adoption -
eyen partial the which will and
of indirect taxation, calculated to matter he found in their bales of cotton, picked up at sea
system maxim,that all i. fair in politics"'l'hedomestic
blind the people to.the extent and inequality concerns of our native State contemplated weekly publication. libelled for sal rage in the Superior Court

of their bnrJens-and they will demandfor will be carefully watched, and the policy It i3;nten.1cd to publish 17,500 copies fur the Southern Judicial District of Florida -

laboflngclass a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calculated of the first number of the paper, which the Court has decreed, that after pay-

- ',,:\ to that of the laboring classes of the for her prosperity, safe and economical will be distributed in different parts of the ing the costs and expenses of said prosectrLion
of
other States. The required concessionswill one half of the residue of the value
government country, and one copy sent to each Post-
those whom said cotton (agreeable to the appraisement)
be certainly refused by by Post will be devoted
While the Evening Master in the United States, in order that their
for
"be to the said Cottrell & Coo
but as a bargain esti- paid
the Union is regarded
to the promulgation of the political faith set
a specimen of the publication be ex- and that the remainder -
may the
salvage on same
mated bfa' calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful ;
and loss, and the Federal bond will be sun of the practical details Commerce amined. be held under the bond of stipulation,

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

Rights in, therefore, the only faithful advo- must be most beneficially affected by the Daily Paper --$10 per an.*\ Payable thereof, provided said claim be interposed that
of Union. Sef I within the time prescribed by law; and
cacy success of its doctrines. Great exertions ) Weekly Paper-4 per an. in
With a firm conviction of this important the PAPER notice of tho same be given by an advertisement -
WSEKIY
will be made to perfect departments -3 per an.J advance.
truth, the Evening Post will contend for connected with commercial intelligence to be published in tbe Key West

fC Liberty-the Conlitution-Union.", For and our merchants and trademenlba11 find CiT Any person who may obtain eight Gazette once a month for nine months.

Liberty first, as the first of national blessings the readiest attention to all their wants, and subscribers to the weekly paper and remittli Therefore all persons Laving claim to
it amount shall be furnished with said Cotton or interested therein,are here
; for the Constitution which secures the wumeltgntitude for all their favors. a copy
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Uni- gratis;and to companies of ten subscribers, by notified and required to present the same

on which strengthens it against fore Jn aggression TERMS: who associate and remit twenty-five dollars, within the time prescribed in said decree,

Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country it will be sent for $? 50 each annum. or they will be barred.A..
three times week, $5. per II. DAY Clerk
the Union must become a Union paper, ,
tho without compact Liberty,and the uncertain dan- Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. Post Masters,who have: no objections to Sup. Court South. Dist. of Florida.

:cr of subjugation from abroad is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, 1831. act as our Agent,are requested to receive May 23, 1C31. 38 Pm.

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