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: July 18, 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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VOL. 1. '-. ,, KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY JULY 18, '1832. NO. 46.

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THE. GAZETTE.; petty iic considerable, I have thought it bestto particularly Tuesday evening,after the vessel In the first'place,I,beg'leave to say thai
4&t' EDITED communicate the award of the arbitrators I ad been got off leaves no ttdub't in for preventing the introduction of contagious .
AftfDe B. STROBE. which is: herewith handed you for pub.lication. the minds of tho Arbitrators that in a tit diseases, a Health Officer"should be

'published" on cvary Wednesday! by tle time the vessel must have bilged and appointed at this port,whoso duty it should
"',: ,;' THOMAS N. JEFFREYS. I am your ob't. scrv't, gone to pieces. The property* however, be to visit every vessel that arrives in 'tho
F. A. BROWNE, Ag't. would not have been n total !losaC;-The harbour, from the first of May till the first
TERMS$5. per 'annum-payable in cotton would have floated, and a large por- of November<< in each: year; and that no vessel
advance. William Wbitejiesxl & tion of it would,no doubt,have gone ashoreon be permitted to come to'a wharf or have
Advertisements inserted at one dollar James S. Bimonds, Submitted to the the neighboring Keys, where it would communication with the"shore,until the report
per square for the,first insertion: and fifty VS. 1 Arbitration of have been
picked up and brought to a place of the Health Officer has been madeto
for time till
cents succeeding ordered -
to bo stopped.every Tim Barque Glasgow, Henry K.New. of safety. It would, however, have been in the toPer 'authority, 'arid permission
Edward Hipginson I comb & David detached parcelsand the labor of saving pro. granted for such landihg'dr communication.
1 == Master, and 1099 Coffin Pinkham petty so situated, would have commandedthe As infectious diseases sometimes prevailin
POETRY.From Bales of Cotton. J highest rate of salvage, while cohsido the wlnt months in towns and ports
.... The Arbitrators deem it expedient to table of it must have been entirely lost. with which we have intercourse, power
the New York Mirror.A state succinctly the reasons which govern From this view of the case, tho Arbitrators should be delegated to some officer or mem-
POET'S DAUGHTER. them in making this award: It appears arc of opinion that tho property saved ber of the Board,to order the Health Offi-
Written for Miss at the request of her from the testimony, that on the morning of was in great peril; and the assistance of cer to visit and report'the'condition' of vessels
father. the 25th of June, about 2 o'clock, the British the persons claiming salvage, rendered at arriving from such'towns or ports,whenever -
BY MR. HAttECE. Barque Glasgow grounded upon the the time and in the manner as stated in the arid:as often as might he thought no..
... teA lady asks the minstrel's rhyme." Florida Reef, near a place called Collin's .I testimony, alone saved it from loss and destruction cessary.
A lady asks-There! was a time, Patch, and .about four miles from Key Vac- : Wherefore the arbitrators do make In hot climates, no'means arc equal to
When musical as play-bells chime cas. At daylight Capt. Whitehead, in the I this their final award and determination.That .- I perfect cleanliness and free ventilation for
'ro wearied boy, Sloop Friend! about 16 tons burthen went ., is to,say, First,-We the said Ar. preventing tho origin and progress of swooping
That sound would summon dreams sublime alongside; and, after the officers and crew I bitrators do award,arbitral and determine I sickness. Under a trOIica1aun,when-
Of pride and joy. of the Barque had made an unsuccessful that the aforesaid Edward Hlgginson shAll.., _....A ...IWM\'f"J' flak h ..,, Vbna 5'.e.I'
But now the spell has lost its stray, attempt to get the vessel off by heaving forthwith pay to William Whitehead' and : feted' to accumulate, the addition of moisture -
Life's first-born fancies first decay; taut strain upon an anchor carried out for James S. Simonda, for themselves and all : forthwith brings'on the putrifactivc fermentation -
Gone are tho plumes and penons gay that purpose, the Sloop was hauled alongside concerned or claiming salvage as aforesaid, I and deleterious miasmata arc
Of young- romance; liteBarqVe, and they commenced dis- the sum of nine thousand two hundred and speedily generated. Nothing abort of tho,
There And linger broken but lance.her ruins gray charging cotton. At this time there was a twenty-five $collars, in- 'full compensationfor freest ventlllation 'v ill lessen, carry off or .
: heavy a well upon the Reef; the vessel struck saving tho cargo of the Barque Glas- remove this source'of mischief. '
!'This is no world," so Hotspur said,. violently,and, in the 'language ef the Mate, gow; and the sum of four hundred dollars, Under these impressions;: ask leave to '
For "tilting lips"and um mmets'' made,' they expected the tdrbnasts to come down in full compensation for saving the Barque suggest to the Town Council, that for pro
JJo. longer in love's recline mirfle. ,hade every moment. Sixty Tour bales of Cotton Glasgow; or, should the said Edward Hig- serving the health of the town, it is'absolutely
I'm My busy thoughts in'the. :oit 'n trade were taken out and carried to the 'beach, ginson so elect and choose,be may deliver to necessary that the canal'or ditch, for
And sugar.lino.. distant about five miles. :In the evening, the said William Whitehead and James S. i merly opened from the foul'pond in rear of
"Tis at high water, they'niade another attempt Simonds in full satisfaction as aforesaid, i the Jackson Hotel, add communicatingwith ,
And youth, 'tis leaves beauty of seventeen asks-the green. to get the BarqUe off but did not succeed. four hundred and forty<<; bales 'of cotton, the'ocean at the Navy Yard, shouldbe '

Are round growing her; and, half bid, half seen, There was at the place where the vessel equal in quantity, quality and value, to the deepened *t both extremities; and that '
A violet flower: lay,at low water, .feet,and 12 feet at high remaining bales of cotton'; and in full satisfaction 1ho'SouthernectJdn., now carried through
ff ursed by the virtues she hath been < water; and the deepest water on this reef for the claim of salvage upon-the the low ground near: the Jail, should bo
From childhood's hour." of rocks'did not exceed twelve and a half Barquo Glasgow, lie may sell the said ves- '. deepened,made moro'capaciousand contl-

Blind passion's picture-yet for this feet,-the chip,.when afloat, drawing sixteen sel, her boats, tackle,apparel and furniture 'riucd J, as near as is practicable in a jight
We woo the life.lont bridal kiss, feet water.' In the morning,the Sloop and pay to the said William Whitehead andJames line,till a fair and free outlet is ihadb into
And blend our every hope of bliss Friend with the assistance of persons be- S. Simonds, forty per cent. upon the tide waters to windward of the Light
With ber's we love; longing to'otller boats being in all about the proceeds arising from such sale: And 'Hbtise:- -thereby effecting: an easy and certain -
Her'*-who admired a serpent's hiss twentythreepersons, besides the ship's tho said William Whitehead and James S. 'current of the.waters of the ocean at
In Eden's grove! company, continued -discharge from the Simonds, upon the payment of the aforesaid "every.:fluxand reflux of the' tide 'through
beauty--the! .fading' nw'8 pride, ship more cotton, although some of the sums of money, or upon the 'deliveryof what Is now tile most dangerouspart of
Youth='twas the'charm of her who died seamen belonging to the vessel did very the said cotton, and forty -per cent,upon the Island. The consequence of this rea-
At dawn; and bylipr: coffin's side.A little labour. Early'in the morning of this the proceeds of the Barque Glasgow dy ingress and,egress of salt 1 wah\ r'willhc'
grandsire stands like: the oak day, the Sloop Sarah Isabella,iJtirth n about her tackle, &c. shall sign execute and deliver that many matters of filth will be renderedinnoxious
jge strengthened; ,storm-tried
Of mountain lands. 54 tons, Capt. Simonds, came along side; for themselves, and all others concerned and all small substances) ,which,
and after Capt.{>> Whitehead and tflo'persons i in rendoring assistance to the said if'permitted to accumulat; might become
Youth's coffin-hush the tale'it tells! above mentioned had taken out of tho Barquo Glasgow' and cargo as aforesaid, extremely deleterious, would be wholly
Be silent, memory's funeral bells! full and sufficient and
hundred and forty-one'bates of receipts dischargesfor away. .
Barque one swept
lone in heart, her homo,it dwells, ;
Untold my till death cottoQ, at high water they again tried to all claims for salvage, by reason of the No ponds or pools of stagnant water,
And where the grave mound greenly swells I get thb vessel off; but not succeeding, it premises, either for themselves or any other near or in the neighborhood of the town
a.O'er buried faith. became necessary to take out more cargo. persons whomsoever. I should bo allowed to remain ''uOcorinectjwith
'"Put she who asks hath rank and The Sarah Isabella was'how laden, and before : Secondly. We do arbitrate, award and I the ocean': Nor should any of those!
And treasured gold,and banner'd power tower, the next'flood tide had takes'on board determine, that the expenses accruing be pits or wells, formerly ''dug for procuring
4 kingdom for her marriage dower, about 160 bales of cotton Daring this ,paid by the said Edward Higginson. water, but now rendered useless by the fiP
Broad seas and lands;' day there was thirty-two men employed,besides Thirdly. We also award and determine, ling in of dirt, and,dangerous from having
Armies her train, a throne her bower, the officers and crew of the Barque. that there bc.paid to the arbitrators the sum been used as resceptaclcs of dead animals,
:A queen commands The weather was,variable,-the wind from of eighty dollar, in full satisfaction for reptiles, offals from the kitchens and backyards
'A queenl Earth's regal suns have aetWhere ;- South and East with severe: squalls and a their scrvlc s. ; ? and the innumerablo'rirtJcles, of filth
perisVd Marie Antoinette considerable, swell; tire Barquo at times (n witness whereof we".the said Henry and'rottcnes'i'with which'every'warm coun-
W hero's Bord. ux'.mother where the jet thumping violently, .and endangering the K. Newcomb and David Coffin Pinkham, try abounds be suffered to continue open
Black Harden darnel vessels along side ,taking out, .cargo. At have!hereunto set our hands, this thirteenthdey Proper measures should'bo taken to .inter.*,
and And LusitanUV coronet? high water, on the'evening qrTuesday, by 'of July; one'thousand 'tight hundred dict the deposit aggregation''of offals,ot'
Angouleine ? the united exertions of all'the) persons employed add thirty-two. . filth in every part of the tow'h.
Empires to-day are upside down, they hove the Barque about HENRY K. NEWCOMB, To'iMure/reb i 'and 'perfect ventilation,
The castU kneels before the town, yards over the bottom: to a sufficient dept DAVID COFFIN "PINKHAM, wide and'straight streets 'are necessary'.
The A monarch brick bat's fears a printer's frown, of water for her to float; at this :time it Witness-A. HAMILTON UAY. : and as far as I>!u'conjistent 'with' Use rights
range- '
Give me in preference to a crown blew fresh from the South, and they were ... and privileges of individuals,the surface of
Fifo shillings chapge. obliged to let go two anchors to keep the To the Editor of the Key Wett; Gcuette. 'I. ,the rafth, not only in the town as how built,
"Another aiks-though first ship from drifting ashore. On Wednesday SIB;-.The remarks of your correspond. but''e fending to a considerable distance around
The good, the beautiful, the among young morning they all started for Key West,and ent "LACON;" in the Gazette of June it,should_ at all; times and seasons be
The birthright of a spell more strong the persons'aforesaid continued to labor on 20th, are pertinent, and deserving"of serious kept eluted, of trees, bushes and' weeds;
Than these hath brought hen board until the cargo was all dischargedand attention. The old proverb, "Prev, ri- (excepting such: as are tall 'and which! do
She is your kinswoman in song, I the ship di mantled.i don is better than Cure," can never be ap- not form the top till high from the ground;)
A poet's daughter!" i All the witnesses toxtfmined in relationto plied'more justly than in reference to tho =my meaning is, that no toelcu tree shrub
A poet's daughter Could I claim this matter,agree fully in this statement health of this place.Beinj : vegitable, be permitted 'io grbiir eithe*
The consanguinity of fame, of facts, and the only matter for the Arbitrators myself convinced, that the inherent within or in. the Yieldit,r;o{ the settlement( ,,
Veins or my intellectual frame, to determine, is, what compensationare sources of disease remaining on and In reference: the health'of individuals,
Your blood would glow the persons claiming salvage entitledto about this Island, were few, simple in their and to the peace arid, quiet of society io
Proudly, to sing that gentlest name for those services? nature,and such as'might be controlled and general,I'lx-g permission to suggest, that
Of below!
aught The Arbitrators in making ,their award, even wholly obviated by means within the efficient means ought lobe-provided for arresting
JL poet's daughter! Dearer word have attempted to govern themselves, as power of the Corporation, in April I, 1829, those troublesome and truly dis-
'Lip hath hot spoke, nor listener heard. near as possible, by the same rules which I addressed the! following !memorial to the graceful carousals, and scenes 'ot revelry,
fit From theme for song till of nee and bird would have been considered by a Court ofAdmiralty Town Council of Key West?: broils, and beastly ,drunkenness, which, to
And wind-harp,mom by even tho,breathing stirred could this case have been sub- Gcntlftner,-ln all hot climates, means our shame belt spoken, occur so often io
'Of star-lit heaven.If mitted to its determination: The value ot for avoiding pestilential diseases, and for this'place.In .
the property saved, the peril in which it preserving the health of communities, 'are all societies' ere' individuals; who
y spirit's wings are weak-the fire was placed and the labor and risk of the of all other
Poetic comes but to expire, paramount importance; considerations by reason of misfortune! or improvidence,
If er name need not'my humble lyre salvors, form the basis of their determina should give way to these. This and not unfrequently both, are unable
To bid It live tion. There was on hoard the Barque 1099 town notwithstanding its great,and in some when sickness overtakes them to provide fot
3o. bath already from her sire bales of cotton averaging three hundredand respects peculiar ad vantages, would not only themselves For this class of people,
An bard can Ii'.. eighty pounds each,and before the ves- cease to improve-it,would be deserted, something in the nature of a Dispensary
sel could be floated, it required them to were sweeping sickness to prevail as in former 'rather Town Hospital, together with the

cot uWt t .&TED. discharge 291. bales-subsequent; examination year 'necessary medical attendance, medicines,
... L after the vessel was unladen at Key To you Gentlemen, Is committed the nursing food, hospital utensils and conveniences
West, proved that the ship could not have momentous charge of preventing the introduction ought to be furnished. By these
Hey West July 18th .63
remained much longer where she grounded of infectious diseases,and of guar means, the public would contribute equal
To the Editor of 1M,Key West Gazette. without going to pieces: The Surveyors ding against, as far as practicable, the origin I. ly towards sustaining a burden, which otherwise
SIB- la consequence of there being no report four of the lower deck beams broke, prevalence of dangerous epidemics. falls to the lot of a few individuals
Judge of the Admiralty Court at this time some of the upper deck beams, the buts The legislative 'Council of the Territory and which, allow me to add,seldom wellor :
in tbis'District.th i commission of'Judge started, tho plank shear, and water-ways have invested you with ample authority to faithfully performed except at the
Webb baring expired,and no notice of hisappointment started, and otherwise much injured in her enact and enforce such ordinances and regulations expense. publiC
1 or that of a successor hating kvB. The testimony agrees that without as you may deem necessary or With the utmoet respect,
been received here,) it became: neceseary the assistance of the persons employed, proper for these 'purposes. I take the liberty Gentlemen I am
to arbitrate the case of the Britishswropo the vessel could Lot have been relieved and of troubling you with a few remarks Your, ob'i,aervU,
G w. As the amount of pro floated; while the state of the \iveather. in reference to these all important matters. If. B. WATERJIOUSE, ld, D,

..w,. _, ......... ... ... "; '" 'ft tt'hv
If'; '" I "J .*".' '"A">; Ie. i' had;conle'nted to stand as'acandlJlteai t the; Privy of the house, they' inhabit, once
Ems AZETTI.AEY : : '" v lnl 0 / sttbas7bcen; next clcctiotffora' :Dcle tefrom TOfTe11raolfiustained !> I every two weeks, and every person failing
., ," "r ,by compfefiani judges,to be ut:- ritor,: Col.'t 'lie him-' I or refusing to
jVLSTy ,. as.there isaot.a point, that self in this office;-and ability and intelligence this Ordinance, shall be fined the sum of

. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, ID32. in such a manner, as cither ,joined to a faithful discharge of .. itself or anything that might bo Sec...2. Bejt further ordained
'- .: -"'. --, -- ty have any claim upon our :consideration, 'II That it
THE U. 8. TtLtonArn.-Otir Should ,a war break out, he is entitled to our warm and united sup shall bo the duty or'very lioiisc-kcepor( to
possible way U 'seems to mo to ,keep the yards und
has been called to ,an .article publithcd vessels there must be port. We shall support him for;the,follow' enclosures under their
to control and the privys and otherout-hous-
this over the signature; T"X:" First he has been faithful .
paper of steam and floating batteries I lug reasons: to in
a them and in
good order
the article itself we bare only to .cay, } kinds. At'present, instead the I the people of this Territory; he III always to it shall be the duly of tho Cty Marshal: "nlso,

its statements,in'general;are so false expense that tho country wiU be be found at his post, advocating every mea- least once every month, to visit the enclosures at

perverted as render it unworthy of appropriation of $15,000 sure which may prove advantageoustothenf! of all houses in tho City of Key West-

tice; but we are Induced'tG reply to it scarcely made a commencement,) Second, he is an able and intelligent Representative and see that the same are clean, and the,
the consideration that it throws an properly nwdeas to what mo and, in our judgement, will do as out-houses in good order,and whenever he

tion upon the policy of the present actually expended, including much, if not mOle for our interests than any shall find any filth,or dirt which lie may
-is t rat ion, and upon the good sense and cost of transporting materials, other map we can send. Lastly,he hasbcen deem prejudicial to the health of the City,
of Legislators. Gen. and other expenses, it staunch and he shall notify the person of persons
derstanding our true to the interests of Monroe occupying
four times the first
perhaps the enclosures
Green stated some time ago, that in the the soldiers' county; and it is to his-exertions that we are ,or having the! controlof
barely complete
the same, to remove the said filth
suing presidential election, be intended alone. Indeed it was publicly chiefly indebted for tho establishment of diately, and upon failure of the '
occupy a high political stand- that now a commencement'was j our Court and Custom House, and for -the foresaid to remove said filth, it shall be the a-
by party considerations. flow far he no matter what the expense passage of the Debenture Dili-Which+ by duty of the Marshal have tho same
kept Lis word, will appear from such art i be completed. I should'sup extending certain privileges to tins place, at the cost of .the person liable removed to-

cles as tho communication of X, which' an arrangement with the Naval is calculated greatly advance our prospe remove the same, and every person failing

serves up to the public-articles misrepresenting might bo easily made, for oc- rity., or refusing to remove any dirt or filth/when
the measures of the administration one of the many cruisers in tho --cs.c.-. required by the City Marshal, shall, in ad-
and tending to embarrass oper Uons.1'1&0 drop in if it were only for a The Brig Agenoria, Capt. Collins repor- dition to tho costs, of removing the same,
and they, with the assistance of ted in from be subject to a f of five dollars
Essays of the Telegraph remind us our last New Orleans, arrived ne ,and cost?.
the charms contributed by the witches cutters, might of the keep in safety Con-. here in 'distress, having been ashore on the Sec. 3. lie it further ordained, That

Macbeth which are all thrown' into the better revenue know the true port.state of'ef- ; Colorados Reef; she. was leaking 1J&aJ: when any privy which may be erected upon
lot within
the limits of the
Her : any City, and
has been
cargo discharged in-a
litical cauldron that it be partial
may more money squandered shall from its
any situation!I or the manner in
"Like a hell-broth boil and bubble." plaro clIO public can never ex- Iydamagedcondition,and a survey. has been which the is become
... ..... same kept, generally
0'- t7r. ... tv.trwMwtro OU ( of any kind. ordered on the vessel.
....t. offensive, it shall be deemed a nuisance
score of consistency; : Hero is an ', .,nX.." :.-_-_. ..;: and the owner, or occupant of the lot, or,
which he puts forth, charging the commences -introducing MJkiINTELWGENCE. the person having the control thereof, shall
of the United States, his Secretaries the public and gives a specimen remove the same to such place in the said
Congress, either with base and wilful quick 1 apprehension and premises, as the Mayor'of the Corporationand

ruption or such absolute folly and weakness : he visits! :Key West for a few POnT OP KEY WEST. two other"members may deem most
at.to allow themselves: 'bo TIUCZED in that short space'of time makes ti proper, and 'upon the refusal or failure of
the expenditure of large sums of money upon discoveries. It is not our in- ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. such person'to'remove the same,it shall 1x3

an object which is entirely worthless.It notice the charge made against, .July I 16. Sloop John Denison lawful for'the'City Marshal, to remove tho
same at the of the
will be borne in mind too, that this statement of having endeav. Charleston, cement &c.to O. O'Hara. and the expense party refusing,
person so refusing shall be fined tho
is circulated upon the authority of talcs to obtain an appro- 18. Sloop Alert Neil: Havana. sum of Five Dollars.

anonymous' a irresponsible author. public money "to dig ditches and :-: !!.!. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained,That
assenting Ourselves:to pie infamous improve the island."-If such NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. person subject to this Ordinance: and failing any-
that- ''all things'are fair in politics,"we cannot object they have been foiled by to comply with the same.or, refusing

pass unnoticed. such conduct: tr judgement of the commanding to pay any costs or fines in coiweijuencathereof
public press ,be thus prostituted to has selected a position for the Iuf/fwn. execution may be issued against
purposes-adieu to all security for barracks, which requires no them by the Mayor as in case of judgments.
(IN Saturday, 28th inst. at 10 o'clock Passed 28 April, 1832. "
and private; character;-like the ditches or otherwise improving A. M. will be sold at the Warehouse O. O HARA .
Mouth" at Venice, that infernal engine except in hU immediate neigh of F. A. Browne, Esq. the British Barque ALEXANDER FAiTERgox ClerkOItDlNANCE.No. Mayer.
the Inquisition,it will offer a medium .far as it may contribute to the GLASSGOW and materials and so much ,
which the murderer of reputation may "as his men. of the Cargo as will be sufficient to pay ex
penses. By order of Capt. Edward 2.
sail the most honorable and virtuous assertion of'X'is, that "except.
glnson. QTerins J made known "
at time To regulate Streets, and --obslrucV
-and whilst these are blasted, he enjoys 4 weeks, there never bas been, : of sale. 'lions from the same.

secret the "ruin he has made;" nor can time, of.p blic money, even the ALEXANDER PATTERSON, IAuCtioncer. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the:Mayor and

be brought to justice. The Editor of of what would, induce,anyy-one to Aldermen of the City pfKey West,in'Council -

Telegraph m tkJow. if he takes cognizance .1"j' ,- f the law in attempting to Key-West,14th July, 1T32. 45 2iTHE assembled,and it is hereby ordained by:
of passing events,that man'y of t We state with certainty that -_.. I>. I the authority aforesaid, That no house.
statements of "X" arc prevaricated been, at one time, $64,000; and ,LATEST building or enclosure, shall remain or erf r

false: .. and at another, $56,000.and. up- croacli upon any Street,and every suchob .
"For the United State's Telegraph. bands of Mr. Pinckney, our 1 FWsldons! strur.lion shall 4 e deemed a nuisance.

Gen. Grc ',"-"-Sir: Circumstances( having and subsequently: from 20 I Sec. 2, Ce ft furtlier ordained.. That

obliged)tncto'visit, and remain a \ dollars, at one time, in the hands THE subscriber'has just received: from when any Street or Sq arc .h'the City: ,shall
dayson'tho'Island of Key West? I found York, via Charleston per Sloop be obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint
;- amounts received '
much to rnyeurprise, on my arrival, that by Capital, a splendid assortment 'of-Ladie's the same shall be made to the Mayor and "
within the last,two years it had been o 93 9M o oan 'Ua1 .Id.1110 and Miss's BONNETS of the Jatest'fashion, Aldermen, it shall be'the duty of said boardto
military post of. For what military purposes I of X must be'very'iodepen'deot 'which he offers for sale on reasonabln" termsat appoiht fit and 'proper persons to examine ,-
it is used for, would puzzle p to be tempted by this bait-re. the store'lately occupied by Robert B. and -report to them, if the said obstruo
the most consummate General of any ( bis own phrase) "gedtlenen Stauard,decd'foot of Duval Street. lion tfught to be removed, and; if the re-

to tell. fear the \ s-more than be WILLIAM f'tl. SflAW.'July 'moval orthosameis recommended, by said

I understood,that the troops.had been 9th, 1C32 persons, the Mayor shall'order the same to .

dered there:upon the! request of the common assertion ot this writer is- be removed by the owner or occupant of
.council of the Territory; and that war break out, the only possible Hottee ; said building, and a copy of such order
request was mado upon the shall 'bo by the City Marshal .served upon
to me to give protection to
mado to them by the member from that district ves ALL passes having claims against the {he 'owneror occupant of such building.Sec. .
must be by means of steam and 3. Be it further ordained That if
.This was seconded by other of Michael Mabrity deceased, : ""
interested persons at Washington, who of another kind. X has! are required to present them to the subscri the owner'or occupier of the said building
that their fortunes, wcraln a measure madir to vapout anA fluctuate; ber, duly Authenticated, within the time shall fail or refuse to remove the same after '
they could;by any means,get it therefore at all surprised at his prescribed' by lawtwthcy will be forever the service of notice as aforesaid,it shall t
into notice through the agency of the Genoral to'"steath and Boating 1 barred requested, td mike immediate the estate are be the duty fcf lire City MarshaJand: he is

Government. .and. they over gunpowder,add good legi W. H. WALL payment.. .A tn'r. hereby authorized to have the ''said houseor
) of tile enormous qunntity of palmetto,stone and tap1a'. Key-West, July C, 183*. building, or any nuisance,removed from
of pubic money that there always of "steam and floating batteries1' the Street or Square, and the expense of
in the custom house, and of the danger "our gallant Navy in a harbour LIST OF LE'CTERS removing the same shall b? ptiid by the
inhabitants were in"of being robbed person owning or occupying such building
of which is not over half a Remaining in the Post "
murdered by pirates if protection was I Office at Key Wens and for tho amount thereof; cxcution may
on one side flanked the land the '
by on lit July, 1832i issue in of
as case
granted them, and such; an inducement fo judgments' .
those gentlemen to pay,them a visit, .. other l1y.*reef upon which there Wm.S. Brown Robert King, Passed 20 April, 1832.
this and other tales equally plausible, as than 3 or 4 feet water at high Edward P. Dunce, Morgan P. Old, O. CHIARA, Mayor. "<
the value and fertility of the Island: to be patented; we therefore C. Busbnall, James Powers ALEXANDER PATTERSON* Cterk. .. .
commercial importance, &c. they succeeded 'ber medal. John Eden Horace E. Sawyer,9 _-, .P.
English, Samuel Baunderson
in getting from Congress a donation, statement of X, which we shall Richard Fitzpatrick,6 William Smith, ORDINANCE-No. 3.
you can call it nothing else to "di" ditches that the "cost of the Soldiers Robert Fitzpatrick, ,Wm. A. Sharpe, To the '
prevent at large of Swine
and otherwise improve tho island," eve alone will exceed 60,000 dollars Henry Goddard, 2 John Sullivan Goats within the 1its or of
ry foot of which is private property. I suppose the rest of the buildings Willoughby Hodges, Francis tong Key West. Corporation 'lil .
farmer will ask of Congress Wrn. K. Uoxie, Ilezekiab Wood
he has every not it himself the means of improving same ratio;the Barracks,when Wm. R. Jlackl T. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alder-"
; his farm for the future! and the President will cost about $150,000! We II. S. W A TERIJO !SE, P. M. men of the City of Key West, in Council
order writer for all his folly we pity assembled, and it is, hereby: ordained by
was prevailed thereto upon assist a company ;-but when he thus trumpets I HENRY K. JVEWCtUIB the authority of the same, That after tho

of troops the and,expend world<< a wilful and deliberate WILL attend to any AGENCY or passing of this ordinance,all Swine found
cultivating farm Business that running at large in of the streets, or
may any
It ill true that some few : we must sot him down Tot LIAR
be intrusted
snore money. to him. Office
and Store Within the corporation limits of Key Wesr,
ago there VM, for a few weeks,at Key West Foot. We state,upon un oubt- I Rooms in Warehouse of FIELDING shall be taken into the possession of the City -
about fifty thousand dollars perhaps that the whole expense of A. BROWNE, Esq. Marshal and the thereof
sale of Key-West, Nov. 16, 1031 owner owners,
the some officer'and 11 tf
accrued from men quar- i shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corpo-
foreign vessels aiu? canoes, and it is equally &c included, will bot esI I ration the sum of One Dollar, for each and

true that, since that time, there tenth never 50,000 doltar-or 10,000 dollar* CITY ORDINANCES. every hog, sow or swine, so found running

been, at any one time, cvdi Jue! risk : estimates the cost of the men's ORDINANCE-No. at large, belonging to him,her,01 them,and
ond o J.
of what would induce any }' on their failing so to do on notification,the
penalty of tbe law in Attempting Jo take it doue with the and its To prevent Nuisances in thud City of Key Marshal is hereby>> directed to cause the said
truth in the ;
there syllable of West.
is J
hog, sow or swine to be sold at public ortt-
that was circulated at tho timo of any attempt We shall in our next,pro Sec. 1. Be it ordained by tbe Mayor and cry: the proceeds,of which sale, after deducting .
upon tho large sum of otbney \' .- some reasons why a'ltllitae Aldermen of the City of Key West j in Council by him, and c
mentioned. Those who, in reality had establishment should be made at assembled, and-it is hereby ordained i by the above spec sum per head, he will

design upon th,public money, have sueeefided the authority of the same, That from and p"3y over to tbe'Owner or owners tliereof.
BO completely that nod ng but ...... after the passing_ of this Ordinance
Sec Belt all
2. further ordained That
will the .Joscrn M. Wnrtc..-Thft if shall ,
expose of measures open ) gen be the duty of all 'Ious -kcep Goats cauoht within the
running large
of the public, they have, BO far, so corut the solicitation ef bjs frirodv *, Cry to pup 'Qt least one peck of Lime into limits. of tEe City without being bobbled

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so as to prevent their jumpm, from and of tho City of Koy West, in Council assembled 'V. Sec.: I. Bo ;it' ordained by tho Mayor shall be i in full force arid (operation. regafda

after the second' day of May, sl.all no shot and it is therefore ordained by and Board of Aldermen of the Cily inch slaves in;said and section all such aforesaid remedies, shall as and am
by the City Marshal), or any person author the authority'''aforesaid;-t That all Vesselsof 'of Key West, That any master of a may bo pursued towards such slaves.

izcd by him.Passed War shall be subject to tire following i I vessel wishing a Pilot into the Port of Key * 20 April 1832. rates of pilotage* West,shall, if spoken by a Branch Pilot, be of one half of one per centum be, and the
Mayor.tLETAaD Sec. 1. All Vessels of War per foot. compelled to lake him} and he is hereby tame is hereby laid on improved reel estate *
drawing I&and not more than 14 requited to discharge any other person who in said city; and one half of one per
*% ,, mv, feet, : : : $2 00 may have offered his services to pilot saKl centum on all unimproved real estate in

.onniS NC -Nd. 4,, Drawing 14 and not more than vessel into this harbour, without paying bin taM city-Provided, raid unimproved real
for the and should} the of estate snail hot bo valued at more than
Transient Traders. master
Pedlan and same
To Tax 18 feet, : : : 22& ; Dollar which said
Sec I. Bo it ordained, by the 1\Iayort1nd Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 60 said Vessel refuse to do so, and persist in value Twcnlytfivte, at well of improved per acre a* ;of unimproved

Aldermen of the City of Key West, in Council Over 21 feet, : : : 3 00 keeping the said unauthorised person onboard real estate,,hftll be estimated and 'as-
'assembled and it is hereby ordained by Sec. 2. All Merchant Yesper foot he shall be liable to pay the full amount scssed on oath by two disinterested pcrsocl

thd'authority aforesaid, That any person leIs drawing 5 and not over 12 pf pilotage to the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board.

coming within tho limits of the City of feet shall pay : : $1 50 speaking him. Sec. 10. lie itfnrthcrordiunrd, That all

Key West, and not being a resident of the All above 12 and not over 1C feet, 2 00 Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all taxes provided for by the foregoing section,

Island nndLh"ing Store therein, who shall All over 16 and not above Infect, 2 25 Pilots boarding any vessel bound into thu shall, after giving twenty days notice to that
of any wares or merchandize Port !' Key West, shall shew to the mas- effect to the owner, or owner, or agent of
sell or dispose goods, All above 18 feet shall pay 2 60 such estate,bo sued for by the said Marshal
," except? live stock and poultry, See. 3. Vessels arriving or departing tcr of tho,same his Branch, and shall also before the said Mayor or Mayor pro tem.

within the limits of the City aforesaid,shall, through the North West Passage shew a copy of tho regulations relating to by ptoper action, together with the cost for

before he proceeds to rend or dispose of and drawing 4 feet or upwards Pilots serving Bivch notice.

the same, pay to the'Treasurer of the City, except such as are hereinafter Passed June itf, 1&32. Sec. lit Bo it further ordained, Thai
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 estimating '

the City, a License specifying tho object All vessels bound through the North West Alexander Patterson, Clerk.OHDlNANCC and assessing as aforesaid, receive
for which the same is grant d. --- the luTU r>f Ten Dollars, out of any money
Pass, and touching at Key West for the
.. in the of said not otherwise
ordained That No. 9. Treasury city
further -
Sec. 2. Bo it a- purpose of landing passenger, letters, or .
ny person coming into the limits of Key obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or An ordinance to raise *' revenue in and for appropriated.'Sec.
t t. Bd it further ordained
be this Ordi the City of Key West. That
West, who may subject to water, shall depart without being subject to where "
nance, and fail to comply with the first the above ordinance, unless the Master of Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and improved any or owner unimproved, m'Denor real agent estate of who any

,, section thereof shall bo fined Twenty Dol the raid vessel shall request a Pilot to take Board of Aldermen the 'City of Key shall oa oath, bfforo the Mayor and Aldermen
West 'fliarro'n\ -and alter tho first day ofJune
ars,to be recovered before the Mayor.Sec. charge of such vessel and take her tout mvr shall say that his estate has been too highly
it and be lawful for
Be it further ordained Thaf any may assessed' it shall be the of said
3. the Bar; for which services lie shall receive ana every befog a'cllizen orinhabitantjof duty Mayorand
person who may have bis goods waresor tho usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots detained any Key person West aforesaid, to keep Aldermen, or a quorum of the Board

merchandize sold or:disposed of by any on board of any vessel, by the request open in said city any billiard room or rooms, to proceed forthwith to assess such estate, '
which assessment shall be final.
person established and doing business as a of her commander, shall receive for to retail d'ry goods or>> groceries,wr both,to Passed 21 183'1. ,
Commission Merchant in the City of Key each and every day's services Three Dollars sell goods on Commission, or w11 'n appointed May O. ]

West, shall be exempt from tho provisionsof per day, over and above his pilotage. by the Governor of \'Iorida"b auction, Alexander Patterson O'JlARA.Clerk. Mayor
within tie limits of said receiving ;
thisOrdinancc. city upon -
Smacks and Vessels ,
Fishing Wrecking 'a license to such effect under the hand "
Passed 2E April 1832. shall not be subject to this ordinance.Sec. and scat o'f ,hetlerk for the time being 6f ORUINA CE-No. 10.

O. OHARA.JI/dJor. 4. De it further ordained, That any said city, wlio fs hereby authorised and re- toHccining Dogs.

AXKXAKDEU PATTCHSOX, Clerk. vessel "having gassed the Buoy on the Bar quired to issue tte'same.unaer'the'codditionsand ( Sec. '1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and

of the North West Passage, before having provisions hereinafter aetgrth.Sec. Board of Aldermen tho of West
pf city Key ,
No. 2. Be further ordained That
5. it ,
been boarded by a Pilot, shall not bo obliged That from and aflcr'tho of this act
preventing the xatrofltiction of Cholera previous to the issuing of any such license passage ,
Into the City df''IeyWcst. to, take the same:; but in case a Pilot! as is herein contemplated and directed, the the owner of every dog or dogs,found within

Whereas: a'certain disease known by tho gees on board by the request of l her Captain party applying for tho .same shall pay rir the precincts of said city, shall bo taxed

name of Indian Cholera,..t present prevailing then he shall'receive-the usual pilot- cause to be paid unto the said tfcth tor the for the same and every one of the same, at

in the Nortfernparts of Europe:, ace. rise. of. the said city, the sum sums'follow thoralo of one dollar for every male and
of the most fatal character, and as such i Soc. 6. Be it further ordained, That all tog, to .wits the;Ten Dollars lor every Milliard I three dollars for every female-to be applied
vessels bound into the Port ot West Table; for retailing of dry goods or gro- to the use of'said city 'of Key"West
disease may be i introduced into our own Key ceries Ten Dollars-and if both, Fifteen ,
ports, by vessels trading with that quarter and spoken by a Pilot-Boca Chica. bearing Dollars;-for selling goods by auction, on the 'Sec. 3. Bo .Ufurthcr ordained, That all

of the Globe, North, or North-Westerlyshalllpay-full gross ,amount of sales one quarter of one persons owning any 'fog or dogs, shall,
Sec. 1. Do t it therefore 'ordained by ,pilotage at the same rates'as though she 'pe*,centum; and each and every commission within the space of three days tiftcr tho

the Mayor 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 tiot per annum. the! said city o'f Key West, tho'taVc required
Sec. 3. De it further ordained that
been Pilot before ,
where the said disease exists having spoken by a any
or places pas- tliia
ports by the 1st section of act and tike his
die above named limit and rand every person keeping open any billiard ,
shall he taken by 'the Pilots of the Port sing being 3
for the and the t3erk of
West room, retailing any dry goods or groceries receipt same; ,
Without their going on board, to tho Quarantine idles from the Light House on Key ,
selling any goods in said city, either city is hereby required togrant a license to "
Ground, northward and westward shall only be subject to pay half pilotage; by'auction eras"commission naerchap': ,wlth- person applying for tho name, on his
of Fleming's Key, there to remain under but if not spoken until alter passing the out having first obtained a license for: sue}! any being shewn the receipt of tho Marshal for
he direction of tire Mayor of tho City;and aforesaid limits, in that case she' shall be purpose, tUall'bc.and lie is hereby'mado liable die'tax for which: license the Cltrk shall
Health Officer t>f tho Port. exempted! from paying any pilotage. to forfeit and: pay/or every such act, and Charge;null receive the further' of
Bo it further ordained That for every repetition of the, same, the srtfn df sum fifty
Sec. 2. 'Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That all cents and Oic'condifioha this
Fifty Dollars, to be sued for and 'recovered : rotjitirfd by
while it shall ho thought necessary: by the vessels arriving through the West Pass, and with costs of suit before the Ma May. act having been'complied with,the I'Crso'nMcornplying
said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels the"East ena'of the Dry Rocks, to thft Westward or pro tern. of said city-one half to the shall be authorised to allow

shall perform quarantine,no intercourse of Sand Key bearing south-west,shall use of the informer or inr'rmen..tJlo; remaining his dog or dogs to run at largo'm the streets
whatever shall be held with the City' f Island -, pay full pilotage, bUtlf not spoken until half to the use of said city. for the space of*'vtie year. -
of Key West, but by permission and passing the aforesaid limits, and being See. 4. Be it furttior ordained, That do- '
under the direction of the .}Mayor and three miles from Key West Light,'o'nty half thing in this act contained shall be BO con- Sec. 3. Be it further orikaitioJ, That the

Health Officer, and all persons who shall pUotage} shall, !be recovered,'Lut spoken structed as to license the keeping open df Marshal I of tho'city of Key West is required ;
hold intercourse with such vessel or vessels, after passing the afb'fesaid lim'to, 'shall! be, any billiard room :after eleven' clock '
without first obtaining said permission,shall exempted from.paying pilotage. the Saturday Sabbath.evenings, or at arty, (line.,'.(hi, flt largo in tho streets:--thw owners of which

be liable to perform the same quarantine Sec 7. Be it further ordained, That'hll Sec. 6. Bo it further ordained"' That all have not complied'with the foregoing pro-

may be imposed upon tlia vessels and car- Pilots who shall bring a vessel into this Port, licenses issu'ed.as aforesaid, shall immediately visions'of.this. act, and lie shall receive tho

goe!. shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the take effect, and be in force, for tho sum of fifty ccita for'each'aifld every dog
Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That this commander can show good and sufficient pace of one year from the first of June so destroyed.Sec. : ,

Ordinance shall remain in full forco,until cause to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat next and that for every such license so issued 4. Be it further ordained, That'no

expressly repealed by this Board. this, Port without a Pilot, shall have lib of Two,'the Dollars said Clerk for hU shall receive the sum person'residing without tho limits .
Passed Aprill to without Pilot unless the own use. of Key West shall his doordogs
erty depart a See. 6. Beit'Airtber ordained, That(remand permit :
0. O'IIARA,111ttyrH'. 'Captain should wish one. after the said first day of June next, all 't :N.at largo intho streets of idcc1yltlrOut
I.JLuu :n PA'TTEHSON, CletJc.ORDINACE Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That free ne'roeixi'tnu) ttoes of wtmte'verlex r first'complying with .the /requisitions
each i and every Pilot wishing to obtain a hall ipav orcaiis'e lobVpaia unto the"City of this net; any dog or dogs
No. 6.l.'n Branch, shall make application to tho Mayor 1Ianl'tbe\ sum of One Dollar 'jie r head found runcing large= may bo, destroyed
Ordinance to prevent the shooting of and Aldermen, and before he obfain peranniim for every such'free tie'gro or muU'tto '- after notice oivcn'to the owner thereof,. by
Fire-Anns, & within the limits Of 'the such, he, the_said applicant, shall undergo of Ue ICe of fifteen,ean or over; ana any officer of thft Corporation or member
City.-of Key West. examination before Com for; every such negro,or mulatto under tit thCr of.
an a competent '
Sec. 'J. Be it ordained by tho Mayor teen: years o'f age and over ten yean, the
and Aldermen of'the: City! of Key West, mittee to :,e constituted by the Board, to sum of Fifty cents per annum-the wholeto Sec. -5. Bo ,it further ordained, That

in Council assembled, -and it is hereby'or examine such appUamtand if he be found be received to the use of said city-for Ordinance No. 0, passed May 6, J 832,.tio.
dared the aforesaid That it competent, it shall be the duty of the Clerkto which the said Marshal shall give to all p'u'ch and the latno is,hereby repealed. :
by authority grant a Branch To such applicant, 'and negroes and mulattoes a good and suCcieot Passed June 10, 1832. '
hall not be lawful for anv person within the said Branch shall be signed by the Mayor receipt, which shall operate license Tor P. C. GREENE P. T.
thelimits of the limits shall Mayor '
Citywnich one from the first ot June 'rae.t'aand
which the year
for applicant shall pay to the Alexander Patterson- Clerk. *
construed far Elizabeth default stfcli ,
as extending as ns to negroet Of mulattoes
Five Dollars
Corx>ration and One Dollar
Street,) to 6rev>fT or discharge any fire | or any one of them failing coWply With *'
to the Clerk it shall be of each
awns of any description whatever, or to discharge the provisions of the first clause,pf this sec1- 1 I.
and every Pilot, before be receives life or tion, the Marshal of'said city, 'after riving
any crickets, or other fife works 'Sec. I.. Be ordained by the Mayor and
their Bianclr, to give good security tn 'the five days notice thereof, .ball attach'the bo- ,
whatever and the of Aldermen of the
any person violating Sum of One Thousand Dollars,for the faith- dies of such negroes or mulattoet 'and advertise city of'Key
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined West, That the''Marshal of the Aid
ful performance of his or their duty as and sell the said oegf>oe s or mulattoes city
Five Dollars for each and .every offence, Branch Pilot. for such a period and for Neb an amount shall collect all sums of money due to too

end upon failure to pay the same, shall beimprisoned Sec. 9. Be it further ordained, Th'at \f as wilt pay and satisfy ,the taxes,her.by 1w.posed said City/wbetlJer! for taxes or otherwise,
not exceeding ten days. Pilot shall in out 'o'f upon them, together wifli the reason- within sixty days:, ner they shall have become -
Sec. 4. Be It further ordained, That if any or carry able coats' of such attachment; and for so doer,and sbdll pay over to the Treasurer
this Port vessel vessels for less
any or a : doing, n. stall in every such case receive '
free mulatto shall fire off of 'the the
or or city amount received
negro so
sum than he is lawfully entitled to, to the over aDd above for his own services, (ram by
discharge any fire arms, Or discharge: liny prejudice'of any totJjer I Pilot, be or they, on such, free negro or' multtto, the sum of Two 'him, before tlw expiration, of one month
crackers, or any other fire-works whatever conviction thereof, shall forfeit and pay to ollars,"to be taxed la his bill of cost after tho'eceipt'of the same, takftig the receipt
contrary to this ordinance, he or they PO offending the Corporation, Twenty Dollars over and Sec. 7. Be it further ordataed, Thit every of tho Treasurer for the amount so
for the first offence shall be fined above what' die pilotage shall amount, to such' free negro or mulatto to advertisedand paid'over, which receipt shall bo required

Five Dollars; and upon failure or refusal to and all controversy in relation to' of, sold, shall,for tl e'time being, be co'n- ,of'him as a voucher on tho settlement of
pay the fame, ho or they' shall receive twenty this Ordinance shall bo decided any by part thel1a"or ,sidered the property of the pur liaie'r. his accounts.Sec. .

lashes; and for the second offence, he however Sec. 0. Beftlurfiierordaratd, TbiLt"e '&. Be it further ordained
subject to an appeal to owner,or owners,or agent of every slave That the
'or they same shali receive thirty-nine lashes:, and the Board 'of Aldermen. shall,on or before "tb'e salad first day,of Jnne Marshal of the said city shall be the persona
for each oflbnce thereafter.Sec.
the Sec. 10. Be it further b'rdained, That next, pay to the said Marshal; .fpr every:u cb th<;>>riscd to give receipts to any person or
3. Be it further ordained, That any any person subject to,this Ordinance and lave over,the age'of fifteen years and= under persons, who may be indebted to the said

person giving information of a violation of failing to comply with the same,or refusingto fiAr, Cweotyve cent Jo_ be. applied 'to city in any un of money, whether for tai
this ordinance, shall be entitled to one half pay any cOts.or fines in consequence and for the me of said cifjr-for: which, thesaid ns, fines, or in any other manner; and such

the monies collected of the person so oflen- thereof, 'execution May be issued against ed to Marshal .is hereby required<<, and direct receipts of the Marshal shall be tho, only
give which said
a sulfcient'receipt
"ding. receipt -
Passed 28tli April J, 1832. them by the Mayor, as 1 fn case of a judgment. aha:11| operate as a license for the pen evidence indebted of payment required oi'-any person -

O. O'HARA od ff one Jear-Ct m the fint of June next, as aforesaid.
Alexander Patterson Mayor. Passed SOtb April 1832. 1 for the peeping of such slave or slaves; and Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That
,Cleric O. O'HARA, Mayor. ip ease the said'owoer,or owners, or agentsof the Marslial shall receive five per ceutun
----- ALEurnJK: P.\TTJJlSO x, Clerk.SUPPLtMENTARYto such slave or slaves shall refuse or Deg on the amount of a.U fluffs,collected by
ORDI A! CE--No. 7. r. lect to comply with the provisions of this him
To regulate the Pilotage for the Port of Wctlon,the said Marshall shall proceed in ,
Key West. an Ordinance the manner directed in the foregoing fee* Passed June 16, "83f,- .
'De It ordained tho end Aldermen gulating Pilotage for tlq PortYI Ke)- Uoo; and all the provisions of said foxego P. C. GREENE; Mayor P. 2'
by Mayor West.
IDr section aro bcrcby decl r d; aid \her Alexander FattefSOD'Clf'l'lr.* 4.. '

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arrangements The political tenets',to wbich the Evening expositors. This principle is Laving; entered upon a course of policy, The following articleoriginallyappcuraxl"in

Post will be devoted, arc so familiar the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing more consistent with the politics of the this paper: t We republish it on accountof

to' thl community, have been so long the ours from other Republics not Fe South, and having made numerous additionsto having lately) seen u copy of kin a Boston
deral in their elements. In the latter a
of their
the mechanical improvements with,,
of discussion the aud
prominent subject bj paper, many errors inaccuracies
Constitution is, in fact,by a symbol of pub it out in and
establishment by fitting a new
and trium- in the latitude
and have been often
so longitude and
press ,
with bearing
lic is construed by and variea and
opinion sheet
handsome on a larger "'
phantly vindicated by the first minds in our while in of some of the Light Houses!, It is cvt
the changing will of a majority ; better description of paper than heretofore; .
State and in the Federal councils, that it
dent if this
it statement be
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, and have been favored with a erroneous follow
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more rule of action. of ed, it will materially! mislead ,the Mariner
'vhicb is offer as a permanent large and proportional increase patronage ,
than the following exposition,
formal recognition of such a righton and far from
The and so being guide
detailed political creed. including new subscriptions general a towarn him
ed in lieu of a more

;Free Trade will be advocated as the die- tho n face_____ of 1. _the_ Charter uL :. :.would' lilted have_.beenSuperfluous ......._ I advertising. Within the last year, their from danger, will subject, hi nto"the'cry
iu as mucu 1l as.i re:s ucvcasarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against which our publication=
tate of an enlightened policy-as a priviloge
from the formation of a' between -
compact Hundred Citizens '
of than Three
of the people, which impartial justice independent sovereigns having no more with little was.intended to guard. We advise Edi
from the rulers of every country- to 'which new names are tors to publish the which
requires following be
common umpire. As a feature of our political almost daily added. The may
exception pro-
is ,
and as a right,which,in ours, guaranteed relied
The framers of that system, it is of course a political,not* prietors.in order the better to merit that en- on as accuratot
4 by the Constitution. right. Formed for the protec- "For the information of Mariners
venerated instrument withheld from the revolutionary couragement, of which, it is equally their gene-
1 Federal the to protect manufactures tion of a minority from the usurpations of pride and pleasure,to acknowledge so much rally, we have procured from the Collector

by agents restrictive power duties t it has been I the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and oi the Port the following; schedule of the

usurped by 'a perversion of the revenue from tho usurpation'of a majority exercised fellow citixens-have established in connec- situation of tho Light Houses along thu

fewer, and its exercise,involving sectional through subserviency' of those authoritiesthe tion with their office of business, spacious Florida shore, under his superintendence.
tegjfflecded protection. "
Constitution > ltoom in which, the chief Public
Reading ,-
oppression ,fatJjSjteciidfol aggrandisement! Kelianc&for' thtjppction surely wa not Journals find their and are carefully Oape Florida Light.Sationary. -Situated

Las, necessarilrfp/odtitcd a the sectional exasperation I I placed in eitheiqfpe parties against whom filed, from all the States way ,in our Union.- on the south point of Key Biscayiic

which endangers permanencyof that the injured It-was provilwpMira shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities,without about 400 yards from the beach The-
] It
the is
can tolerate legislation so manifestly Court bein g':oneof the Federal agents,was charge, to all patrons of the Gazette. Light may be considered 70 feet above the

parties unjust and unequal in its operation. not, there'iofe, entrusted wits its political A regular weekly Prices Current,'in letter level of the sen, distant from the Gulf

Without first proving, which is impossible. guardianship.: Nor could he engine of the form and upon a fine paper suitableor I Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing
ballot box-have,been considered
that the benefits of the protection are equally majority-the the, safeguard. The sectional correspondence, carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles

apportioned to all the States-it is a gross as influence the with the most correct estimate of the true of the Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long
minority can exert no on representation -
condition of the markets and the
absurdity to contend that the burdens of put upon 80 424V.Light .
sectional The
of majority.
the Tariff press equally upon aU. If, then, representatives butsecurestheir most advantageous terms to all that come Ship Florida is situated Ca-
exclusively responsibility under this class,is also issued froth the officeof on

it its be defenders a tax on vainly consumption argue/its operation is fidelity to their respective constituents the proprietors. Their Reading Room, ryford's Reef near the site of the old one;}

yet glaringly unequal, and it,becomes no and the representatives of a minoritycan where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 08 N.-Long. 80 27 VV. It

free people to submit to its unauthorisedexactions. effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished, as ,two distinct
which the of
f: Muctrlessis it to be tolerated, interest representatives a ma- and masters of vessels trading to this Lights are shown, which can' generally be
be their constituent
jority .compelled by
When it is evident that we are not only ar- tn may enforce: in utter disregard of the.. port. To improvements, they- make seen at the distance of'12 miles. Its object -
-- ----- -- additions affording to the
bitrarily taxed -as'consumers, but that the I daily is vessels from the
therefore is desolating to warn, dangerousrocks
is Charter.- The 'principle, ; man of leisure and business, alike hitherto ,
inevitable result ofthe protective system -that the Constitution isat the discretion ..unknownSIMMS & DU11YEA, and shoals near which it is placed.

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

the, prostration.,, of our surrendered to' their wisdom'and justice. ( Subscriptions:: received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is in
ftst. _
I j Besides except: in the Parliamentary transactions Lat. 24 25 N.-'Loflgj 82 04 W. ,erect-
'r 'ru i lif au !tih 'on to of the two houses of'Congress.our'frame THE WEEltoMORNINa COURIERArpN. ;

ourrc- WtSnce>Tha e,A raro"3UE y" submitting of government no where recognizesthe YORK ENCHJIEJP* ed for the purpose of guiding vessels when

to the*etif.,;,,"'ich'are'overwhelming consolidating that the will of a majority entering tire harbour; the directions fur

them:in common with ourselves. shall govern. The President may be which are as follows: Bring the Light to

This delinquency is' not our justification. If elected by a minority of the people ; a majority On Saturday, the SOth Jan. inst. the bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to
we are awake to the dangers and degradation Senators States the Proprietors of the Morning Courier & N. .
.. of representing bear W.S.W. and you cross the Reef in
of our situation,it behoves us to leaveno aggregate :'of whose population are a minority York Enquirer, intend publishing on the about 5 fathoms water run for Key West

f, effort untried until we shall have repelled of the whole people, may reject a mea largest folid sheet ever issued, a Weekly Light until within two; miles then steer
the invasion of: liberties. The Evening ,
our unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper contain all that appears during
Post will,therefore, exhort to resistance of of the people in the other House-and the week in their daily paper. It will N.W. until you open Flecming's Key-
the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity bare majority in the other which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern
vice fine with
\ of that i*AmericanSystem,"which has been House reject a measure passed by the be published on paper, new type; I part of tho harbor, and theft run for it
it wtthin the reach of all classes
buit| ,lip on, the ruins of the Free System unanimous voice of the Representatives of and to place I, The best anchorage is in the upper part of

.:' bequeathed us by ourfathers, and which, if the States in tha Senaite-The President a of the community, it will be affordedto the harbour. Height of the Light IIouso
established as the settled'olioy of the country may veto on tee subscribers at the reduced price of three
single individual, : from the level of the sea, 83, feet C inches.
.roust, in'the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum,payable always in ad- Light stationary.Sand .

of Union,or melt down and consolidate of the Supreme Court, holding office vance.

despotism. The Evening Post 54 seconds. It is tho best Light on ,the
set aside the concurrent enactments of in New York not to board
will oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House Senate and President The coast;-SW. by S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
power vessels and receive their
of favoritism news on Sunday,
as an engine to protect the Constitution could not West Light-situated directly on the Reef.
as n of sectional robbery, as, crea the Publishers of tlio Courier & Enquirerhave
source have been rationally intrusted to the very The Light 70 feet above the sea ,
ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from'which the danger of violation lately invested Thirteen Thousand: dollars Tortvgas Litrht-Stationary-on one

taxation-it will, oppose the rechartering was apprehended. It would have been indeed 'in a separate news establishment, consisting of the Islands
Dry Tortugas near the western '_
of the ,United States'' ,Sank, as manifestly the of the house of Schooner of tons ,
committing keys ; to one ninety ,
of ; ,
and the extremity the Reef in Lat. 24 31 N.. t'
unconstitutional, as prolonging existence
the safe-keeping; ,of those, distrust whom one of sxty tons, and the necessary row
and it will 10 .
of g.03
a dangerous power; of- the Surplus 'suggested the propriety of locks. The power boats. This establishment is supported at .".
the projected disposition '
oppose was wisely left with the several State
annual of Nine Thousand dollars
Revenue, as. a scheme of barefaced, there an expense
Sovereignties-and thus not only was
wholesale bribery, whlchif adopted, will provided a deSnite! rule of action for the and vessels from Europe are boarded Key-West _

give td ,oppression a duration co-e1 stant Federal Government,but a bower to render at sea and their news disseminated throughthe

with: that of our overr)went. inoperative,that is to nullify*their unautho country with great dispatch, long be- MANUI'AC'1'OBY.t :.

A zealous' and judiciousattachment to the rised and'irreg\l1ar action1. ford they reach the harbour.

Union, prescribes the pres nheproper So far as a,congeniality of views may ex- "In its politics, the Courier &Enquirer is WTT WALL takes this op-
crisis for m klng'"determined and uncompromisfng ill, in relation these principles, the Evening is purely Democratic-adhering to tho principles of infor, -
stand for the Constitution before ming the Public that lie has established
Post is pledged to. the ," State Rightsand and of the .
Republican Party,
the jarring interests of different sections A 8EOAB MANUFACTORY' at .
Free Trade Party; and as the support JeyVest. -
and the re-election of General
are organised against each other in irreconcilable of measures, to bo efficient,must include advocating He imports for this purpose, the very bcsj>f
blinded their Jackson to the Its columnsare
\icpnflict-before, by the support of men, its humble aid wilt be Presidency. Tobacco from Havana.Segars .
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed extend the alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
personal of the best and of
shall regard undoubted, right their undue influence and promote the political advancement Intelligence Morals; Literature and the quality, every
description be had his establishment
advantages: -before they shall resolve to of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, however, it docs may at
maintain atoll hazards the tyrannous principle 03" All orders in the above line will
the which identified
themselves to good cause, not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots
that."public opinion, or the will of a meet the earliest attention.
witty the value of the'Union, and the but on the inculcates those
majority,is a powerabove the Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its May 23, 1832. ,38 tf.
in minority principles of morality and religion only, i
and before the victim sovereignties warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed
goaded beyond endurance (unless the which are formed upon peace and good
by a personal pledge no candidate
very aspirations forliberty be extinct)shall for the Presidency, or any other will to all mankind-the fruit of which is Loggerhead Turtle Shell.

rise in desperation and abolish a frame of office. tolerance and brotherly affection instead of subscribers will give a fair price
governmeqttoomuch shattered tobe recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts ution'ror opinion's sake." 500 Ibs. of the above article. _

wised at'that for which they originally stipulated of party,it will be the aim of the Eve Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.

and which Inveterate sectional hatred ning Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier &:Enquirer are published Daily, ..// -
R. '
shall then render it impossible ever C. CROZIER
Press, by courtesy and moderation,under
and more than Three Thousand Semi- -
againtore-composoandre-edify. The South ends of ATTOnWtT FRO.T1M.OF THE OKI Tin STATES
the belief that the legitimate newspaper
onco roused to a full sense of ber'wrongs, discussion are best subserved by firm weekly; and in the City of New-York its SOUTHERN blSTRICT or FLORIDA.

will be satisfied wlth'nothing but equality ; nest without violence, and zeal without intemperanc circulation is known to be more than an Office of the District
and it cannot be denied that by tho Constitution With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than any other

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

holding States are placed at decided diiad- of dealing freely-but it is hoped 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 of Cottrell&Co. vs r
case Joseph
will submit no longer to a"ltemof
rights, they outs partial adoption of the infamous IN
indirect taxation calculated to even the matter which will be found in their bales of cotton, picked up at sea and
maxim,that" all is fair in politica.uThe
blind the people to the extent and inequality domestic concernsofourflative State contemplated weekly public tton. libelled for salvage in the Superior Court

of their burden's-and they will demandfor will be carefully watched, and the policy It is,intended to publish 17,600 copies for the Southern Judicial District Florida .

labonngclass s representation advocated which shall appear best calcilla.t of the first number of the paper, which the Court has decreed, that after paying

v equal to that of the laboring classes of the for her prosperity; ", and economical will be distributed in different parts of the the costs and expenses of said prosecution
half of the residue of the
concessions ,one
+L other States.' The required gov'emiiientWhile and one sent to each PostMaster -
r those whom copy sid cotton (agreeable to the appraisement)
trill be certainly refused by by the Evening Post will be devoted I in the United States in order thata
be & Co for
esti to the said Cottrell
but as a bargain
the Union is regarded
to the of the political faith set I
of the be
specimen publication may examined the and that the remainder
mated calculation of pecuniary profit salvage on same;
by a forth in this prospectus, it will not be neglectful
and loss, and the Federal bond will be sundered of the practical taUs Commerce be held under the bond of stipulation,

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

Rights, therefore, the only faithful advocacy I must be most beneficially affected: by the Daily Paper-$10 per an. Payable thereof,provided said claim be interposed

, of Union. luctess of its doctrines. Great exertion Sena. Weekly Paper-4 per an.} in within the time prescribed by law; and that

r With a firm conviction of this important will be made to perfect the departmentsconnected WSUUY PAtn--3 per an, advance. notice of the same be given by an advertisement -
the Post wilt contend for te be published in the Key West
truth commercial
: Evening with intelligence,
QGT: Any who attain eight month for nine months.'
Liberty-Ui. Conltitution-UnIOA. For and ha.n\S'ud tri.cldmeDlball6n4 person may Gazette once a
our mer
Liberty first, as the first of'national blest the readaestattention to all their wants, and subscribers to the weekly paper and remit Therefore all persons having claim to

'sing t for the Constitution which secures it I the warmest gratitude for ell their favors) the amount, shall be furnished with a copy said Cotton,interested therein,are here

from domestic usurpation i and for the U 01- gratis;and to companies of ten subscribers, by notified and required to present the same

t on which strengthens it against foreign ag- TERMS: who associate and remit twenty-five dollars, within the time prescribed in said decree,

gression. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper $10 per annum. Country it will be sent for per annum. .
r three times a week $5. H. DAY, Clerk
, Union [ A.
,the,Union tmutbecome a paper
the compact Post Masters
without Liberty,and the uncertain danger Advertisements inserted at the nsuai rates. ,who have no objections to Sup. Court South. Dist. of Florida

'of subjugation from abroad is infinitely Charleston, (8. C.i Oct:S, 1831. let as our Asent?,requested receive May r: 163, 38 8nr


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