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 25, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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|'tall l>e infull force and operation{ It regard
Itch 1 slaves; and all Mich! remedies as are'
BItI1r "liST' ..a..Irovided in aid section aforesaid, shall and

lay ho pursued wards such slaves.
t; 9. Bert further odaincd, That tn:
---- .. -- ........ -. -- -. --. -'f oho: tc half of one per ctntumfbe, and the

,7' uBE JUST, AND FEAR NOT-tKT ALL TilE K.1OS THOU AIMST AT, BE TILT COUMTfT'$.?'ama hereby! laid on all improved roil ctttc -

V --. --=.t' in said Cltyj:! and one half of one per-

VOL.; 1.", ItEYyES1', WEDNESDAY JULY 25, 1032. t.\tum' on' all unimproved real estate! in
/ _. phi.city-Provided, Mud unimproved realtfite
..bY"" -- ...... shall not be valued at more than

; < THE GAZETTE. said has been made and permission given, be whitewashed,sprinkled once a day with rwcityfwo Dollars per acre; which said
4,. EDITED BY he or they shall be liable to a prosecutionon soution! of chloride of lime, and have halfa alue, us well of improved ni of unir pI' -

behalf of said city for nny sum not exceeding bushel of quick limo thrown into the cd real estate,shall be estimated and as- i
B. STROBEL eased on oath two disinterested
three hundred dollars, and be quarantined Fink nt least once a fortnight. The chloride this by Board. persons
ppointcd by
And published on every Wednesday y acihe discretion of the said Health : of lime should be freely sprinkled! in Sec. 10. Beit further ordained, That all

THOMAS N-, JEFFREYS. Officer and the Mayor of the city. the neighborhood of dwellings, and a small axes provided for by tho foregoing( section,

TERMS: -$3. per annum-payable in See 4. Be it further ordained, That it quantity may bo advantageously placed in ball, after giving twenty days notice tb that
advance. shall be the duty of all pilots when they a bowl in the middle of A room, particularly fleet to the owner, or owners, or
Advertisements inserted at one dollar speak vessels bound to this port, or p passing I in a sleeping room. licit estate,be sued (or by the said

per square for the first insertion, and fifty. through any of the channels thereof, to as- All chances of being suddenly chilled, fore the said Mayor or Mayor pro tern.

cents for every succeeding time, till order certain, previous to their going on board \\hen heated or fatigued, should be guard- y erv proper ing such action notice., together with the costs for

ed to bo stopped. such vessel whether theie be any sickness ed against. Excessive fatigue should he
Sec. 11. Be it further ordained That
t-__:- _-A disease among the persons board; and avoided. Tho intense heat of the sun, and lich assessors shall, for their services, in cs-

POETRY.From further, to ascertain whether the Cholera or chills at night,arc highly prejudicial: there- tmating and assessing as aforesaid, receive t

other contagious disease prevailed at the fore shun the excessive heat of the sun by fie sum of Ten Dollars, out of any money

Blackwood's! Magazine. port from much said vessel last sailed or day, and return homo early at night, so as n the Treasury of said city not otherwise
touched her and should its and dews. ipproprlatcd.Sec. .
ADVICE TO THE YOUNG LADIES. at during voyage; to escape damp
:such be the cn cJ'lr should there be any Temperance cannot be too strongly recommended 13. Be it further ordained, That

Br THE ETTRtCS SHEPHERD. sickness disease on board tile said vessel, ; all excesses in eating and stets any owner, ownersor,9gent of any
Sho that giveth heart away, has 'improved or unimproved rcsd, ,estate who
the said pilot shall not go aboard of such drinking nro hurijfijl lt'? ExpcriencQ pro.
Fur the homage of a day, shall on oath, before the Mayorand; Alder
vessel, hut shall precede Tier with his boat, vcd that drunkara i and dcnauehecs have
To chin
downy dimpling that Ms has
been too
'men, say highly !
Smile that tells the void within and show her the wny to the quarantine been most exposed td,.dnd' suffer most from assessed, it shall be the duty of said Mayor
Swaggering gait,and stays of steel; ground-And should such pilot board nuy attacks; of Cholera. !and Aldermen, or a quorum of thd Board,
Saucy head and sounding hcsl- such vessel, he' shall forfeit his branch and Food should consist principally) of mcaavordingas to proceed forthwith to assess such estate! ,

Gives the gift of wo and weeping; be quarantined at the discretion of the Mayor -: much as possiblesalted meats which assessment shall be final. .

Gives a thing not worth the keeping, and Health' Officer; and should any captain Undressed food of ctery description, aMell Passed May 21, J8:1'2.:

Gives a trifle-gives a toy; : or commander of? such vessel refuse to as vegetables, ore hurtful O'HARA, Mayor.

Sweetest viands soonest cloy. state, or conceal from such pilot the true Water is the very best drink which cnn Alexander Patterson, Clerk.

Gains! Good Lord! what doth she gainl condition of said vessel and those on board, !be used; the use of strong drink is high r

Years of sorrow and of pain; -or whether he has sailed from or touched )jiernicious. Water should be filtered, amt ORDINANCE. 10.

Cold neglect and words unkind; at any such infected {port, or has 1 linen in order still further to purify it, a small. Concerning Dogs.
Qualms of and of mind
Gains the curse body that leaves her; never; boarded during his passage from on boardof portion of charcoal or chloride of lime may :Sec. 1. 'Be i ordained by the l\f )'orltn&f'Donrt

Gains the pang that lasts forever. any vessel infected with any such con Ic; put into your drip-stones; if it 1 bu mix of Aldermen of the.city of Key West,

tagious disease, he shall' be liable to a prosecution cd at all, it should bo with claret or syrup.If .That from and after tho
And why the heart Ah! hath dares not reason shewn it ill on behalf of said city for any sum these: measures arc to be effectual, they the owner'of every dog or dogs,found within
Well it traces love to be hardly own ; not exceeding three hundred dollars. must bo universally adopted.; Tho proprio the precincts of said city, shall be taxed

The fruit of..the forbidden tree- 5. Be it further ordained, That it shall ty of each and every citizen conforming to for tire tame and-every one of the same, at

Of woman's wo the origin; be the duty of all pilots to communicatethe ho I above suggestions, is earnestly recommended Dictate of otic -dollar for every male
The apple of the primal sin; existence of this ordinance: to tho captains to them. Our location renders three dollars for every female l -to be applied +

The test of that angelic creature; or commanders oflftlf vessels which peculiarly liable to the introduction of in lo t."o'C? t iU i; 'f Key-W/jjsV; : >

The touches of her human nature; .the ..teay-m i ,ik or go onboard of, hound fictioiisorcontagious disease;-being nisi Sec '2. :fieit further-ordained, That all. itl
Which her birth ,
proved though heavenly '
to tInt port; or through any of the chan- as it \\crr, an advanced post, we owe i d '
An of the earth. owning dog erringurateoi persons any ,
nels thereof; in default whereof, and on ty to our fellow citizens in the interior, not within the of threedays after tho-, '

And what, by Heaven's sovereigntvill, behalf of said city, they shall be liable to a to permit, through carelessness, the intro- of space this .
act, payee the Marshal' of'Ihe
Was trial is trial still passage
once ; prosecution for nny sum not exceeding three duction of disease among them, The In-
said city Key West die tax
It the fruit that virgin's eye ,
hundred dollars. dian Cholera
reference to which
Can ne'cr approach too cautiously; in moreespecially \ the 1st section of Ihis act, and take his !
Sec. G. Bo it further odaincd That the these
It is the fruit that virgin's hand precautions arc recommen- cccipt for tho same; and the Clerk of said
Must never touch but on commandOf quarantine ground bo abreast of und to the ded, is a most fatal disease; and should it'
;ity is hereby required to a license to'n'1
grant ..
parent guardian, friends in common- westward of the Mangrove Key, in the upper come among us, will probably sweep off a tor the his
both and of the harbour of West knownas of inhabitants Etery person applying same, on
Approved by man woman: part Key large proportion our :- ng.slJOa.n tho of he Marshal for'jjic'taxf
Else wo to her as maid or wife, Fleming's Key. nun: may therefore be considered as hating ( a
forwhich license the 'Clerk shall
For all heydays of mortal life; Sec. 7. Bo it further! ordained, Thai the his life at stake; and even should we:
The curse falls heavy on her crime-, [charge and receive the| further sum of fifty
boat of the Health Officer shall be designated not bo visited by that dreadful scourgetho
And heavier wears by length of time; atcnts'[ ': and thecondiitors required by this
by a yellow flag at the bow; and that universal adoption of the measures
And, as of future 'joys to reft l her, 'net having been-complied with, the person
ypon her race that follows after. any person exhibiting such flag with a view posed, will insure us an exemption from''feo complying shall bo aulUotiaed<< to allow
to defeat the object of this ordinance, be other diseases.
Tint ohl if prudence and discretion liable to a prosecution on behalf of said O. O'JIARA, > his dog or dogs to Tun at largo in the street
the forward "br hc : ot one
Cool the bosom, check the city for any sum not exceeding three hundred B. B. STROBE, M. D. 1 Commit ffpace year.

And guide the band that binds eye the tic- dollars.! A. II. DAY, M. I). f tee. Sec 3. Be hfurther ordained, That the

. Then, then alone is love a treasure, Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That all EDWARD CHANDLER,) Marshall of the city of Key West is rcquir

L A blessing of unbounded measure, penalties incurred by a violation of any of __ __. ed to kill and destroy :allxJog3 running .at
_ Which every pledge of love endears: the provisions of this! ordinance, shall be '4 irgo in tho streets-\ho owners of whichave

It buds with age and grows with years.> prosecuted for by the Mayor or Mayor pro. 'I'IIE GAZI TTE. : not comjifrcd with tho .foregoing pro-

As from the earth it points on high, tern of this city, before any Court having --- (sions'or this act, and Jio shall receive tho
Till its tendrils
fair in the sky
cognizance of the same. um of fifty cents for each :and every dogo
Blossom in joy, and ever will-
And woman is an angel still. 9. Be it further ordained, That this ordinance WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1032. .< destroyed.Sec. '

shall be in full force from and after V the of three from the Agreeable to promise, we proceed to advance without lira
\ period days passage residing! limits of the
and publication of the same; and that all some reasons in favor eta military establishment pity of Key West, shall 1 permit his dog orpgs

e Establishing' Quarantine Reenlations for ordinances, and parts of ordinances, )heretofore at Key West: to run at largo in the streets (If.tiaid

. tho Port of Key: West: : passed, conflicting with the provisions The first argu me at is deduced from its importance itys without icomDlvrno.wiih thA ra w

Whereas it has been considered highly im- }hereof, be, and the same arc hereby re,- as a Naval Station*-Fortunately. \ .' ,., \ L'f ('. .,w-

portant in all well regulated; communities pealed. we arc supplied with abundant and authentic ", 'I, I' I" i J .It...))'....J $

to prevent the introduction of infections Approved 24th July, 1832.0.O'IIAIIA. testimony in proof of this position I.I .' I ,"t'\f ." ," .J '' :". .".,....,.,........''f..J .. .

or contagious disease, and whereasthe } Mayor. Extract of a letter from the Secretary otIe f ifr, ? ; ,,! 'HI r" ,;',) .; ,:,;,. t7S uJ.(..'.1/'at'th
disease called the Indian Cholera ,
Navy to tile President of the United .
has made its appearance in' the United Alexander Patterson, Clerk.ADDRESS States, dated Sept. 21, 1H23: ", :'M.* i* ;, ,th"I.'+rrde d' TL%;

States, the Major and Hoard of Aldermen 1 ._,.. "The value of that station(Key West)I D.'i-vi"u! NQI" ;.\Lta1 MI)4 t7.. .t' RiO,

of tho City of }{p.yY Ct have I' for the suppression: of piracy, and the 'pro."it f' the..Sllyn, ts'frrrrh YO","" .;\I'd; r..

deemed it their duty to. pass the filIowI To the Citizens of Key West: tection of commerce, is perfectly under.-r II j I'1 t'.ft'ie..' H.: ,.'I.f1 1 ?. .
ing"ordinance: intelligence 'having l been received of tho stood by you. It ought not readily to l IIC, : (<1' I, ;J:.. 'Utl< .r/f''If) .I..
Sec. 1. Bo it ordained by the Mayor existance of Indian Cholera in the State deserted. It is very desirable to-save it, ;A'', t3n'l\ r 'atU It, ':it..It. .::1 .

and Aldermen of the City of Key West. of New York, the Board of Aldermen for while we take the most effectual means to .._,- t I k

That: from and after the passage of this or- the city of Key West have determined to protect the valuable! lives of our officers ".. o1\ J.N\J.-: : ,, U.
dinance it shall be the of the Health ( .
and men. It is impossible to leave them .Te i *
use every exertion to prevent its introduc :. : e4 1t1.et'lu..M"t it
Officer of the Port board
to each and .
everycc tion into this: city. Quarantine regulationshave there, especially,situated as the commanding j. as i \''rlr) h .I\t. 6\" tin' Ct iU ;titft iti.f
el here bo and
; arriving as soon as ,
may officer ii i without f .
with a view to occasion as Httlo delay as been institutedand such other measures taking some \.f 'i I: I f' MM."'" 4l 'tw4 oft t}
measure fr their and order their
adopted a- they deemed necessary relief to 't'. ',He..t rtlffl! 61! ..00..1 1.1 int.I'E .
possible; to inspect such vessel and her ...
immediate removal with information .
crew-and should such vessel be in a con I under a conviction however, tint their efforts our present ( 'tty"wl..fI/\' fj-o\ tltstt f f1. t* I_,.

dition to require it, or any of her crew la must prove abortive unless they be would seem hazardous and Improper. t't : 'itiy :"'I',, (tl..tft V ).. Jmw"\t'-. 1 1n11
bour under an infectious! or contagious disease met by a vigorous co-ojieration on the part : j tits \TV rill\i .pay liver to pIie Tr i is .

be shall such vessel of their fellow citizens. They have ap 1. the ew tM r nott Jf it: tcu'j"f P.
quarantine ,or as from .
pointed tho undersigned a Committee of Extract letter Com. Rodgers r irftrr. .4h \ ,>,1)hliil C,' t .
her p. UV.4l '
many of crew and' forsuch a time as he to the '
Secretary of the dated November
deem Vigilance, and it has been made a part of Navy, : f.err,' 1.t'1 1.iiig& tb., ft.t' .
nay necessary.Sec. 16, .I823,
2. Be it further ordained afore their duty to prepare an address! to the inhabitants I : rf U" 'I( t .' r I ;tsl: '-it ''4,
as "From the little experience I have had .
the of disease ai! ; ...
or. means preventing V'f' t 1 1 f'"! .
said, That no vessel arriving here, from and my opinion is, that tho climate of Thompson's -
after the of this and to urge upon them the adoptionof 1,1'1' ;
ordinance shall be
passage those Island, similar to that of the West j'1 .ltlltH, .
.permitted to approach the city until board means India islands generally that its air is .,
; .
The commiitec deem a strict attention to per. I <.. ,, ,. ..
ed and inspected by the Health Officer; haps less salubrious than but i ; I .; id 'r I ;!,
( some, more so tlai
and should any caotain or commander Of! a few simple rules which they have prepared than otters and that tlobjections ,1.4 1 ,' I \ '. .
; notwithstanding
} as sufficient on the part of the inhabitants .
any vessel approach said city without per which be t; : I i ,
mission from said officer,or should he land when united to the means pursued by on account of particular may; urged defects against it, iersons, who may be indebted to the said

any person or permit any person to go onboard the proper authorities, to accomplish the objects from its email elevation: above the level arising of$pity in any sum of money, whether for"tax$9 :-

of such vessel without such permission proposed: the lOa,tbe uneveness of its surface and fines, or in any other manner; and such
he lImIt be liable to a prosecution on MEANS OF PREVENTING DISEASE. !the many salt and fresh water ponds which receipts of the Marshal shall ,fa the only

behalf of the said city fur a sum not exceeding Cleanliness, in person and dwelling, it ii said to contain,still, that it is, from the tvidence oQ payment required of any iicfpn ::
three hundred dollars. should be attended Sta-bath- excellence indebteaforaaid.,
strictly to. of its harbour, and its peculiar t I
Sec 3. Be it further ordained. That ins, as conducing to personal cleanliness, station on the map of this Western Hemisphere Sec 3. Be it '(rther wd Jned, That

should any person or person, in violation will be found highly beneficial. The removal too important an object, in a political t.o Marshal b hj.lpiyp> QVe; per ceuiumof

of the true intent and meaning of this or- of every thing; offensive or unpleasant and commercial point of view, to be suf.od,1ba' UQt "n.uras. so collected by j

dinance, approach near to, or go on board from the vicinity of the city is of great fered to remain unoccupied and udregard dim,

of any vessel arriving at this port, or land importance. Where filth cannot be removed cd: for, admitting its climatein its present Pawed June 16, 1832. K

tern the same until each inspection as afore. as iu the ease of yHrit, they abould unimproved state, to to as unfriendly to P. O. OREBNE, Mayor '. 2\

.Alexander PettfTson, Clerk .


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r.'tlndsPJd1'OS tI.t J 7A411
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p : or TUB I' H would appear from these documents,and --' 1' Y' -- they :'inhabit: one

STATE niGHTS AND FIIEK TUAWEVENING from the united testimony those WII :Arc 1 MARINE I) every two weeks, arid every person failing

: 'POST.If\;Veil able to judge,,' nd'whose standing\::'placcs INTELLIGENOI1. "'lfai1"t'J1d'1riantc or rclllimJ1' ,corn ply with the Pff\\!>ions ot'

FTtHC establishment, in Charlestonof nn\ them beyond,a suspicion of having been shall ho fined tIle sum of
-1. additional to tlje\\I Dollars"for each ofTcncc.
Ne'vapapetde'oted PORT OF KEY WEST.
biased or prejudiced, that the location and '
support of their been deem i I Sec. 2. Bo it
STATE fine harbor of West render it of further-ordajncd. That' it
expedient by the RIOfITS and :, Key great
shall bo the of'
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.July duty every house-keeper td
FREt TRADE PARTY. In in a naval
pursuance importance to our government
keep und enclosures
of this determination, TUG EVENING, of view. It be urged however, 24. Fair American Raynal, under their
POST will be commenced as a: Daily.13$,! point may Havana. Sloop control.and the privys,and other outhouses

clog Journal,so soon itS the requisite office,, even admitting that position,-"How will 25. Sloop Miry Ann Xirnenes, Havana. in them,clean and in good order; also,
arrangements can be completed. you deduce from it that a MiutAnr ron CLEARED. it shall be the duly of the Cty Marshal, at

The political tenets' to which the five may be advantageously located there!!"- July 20. Sloop Alert, Neill, Havana .least once every month, to'I: it tlie enclosures -

ntog' Post will be devoted, arc so familiarto Wo answer If Key West'possesses the advantages 24. Sloop Fair American, Raynal, Hav. of all houses in the City of Key West,
this community, have been BO long the
prominent subject of discussion by the attributed to it, it is desirable to ..,; and sec that(, the same ore clean, and the

press- and have been so often and triumphantly remove, if practicable, the great objection NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. out-houses in good order, and whenever he
vindicated tho lint minds in shall find any filth or dirt which he
by our which has been made to its unhcalthiness. J may
State, and in. the Federal councils, that it It is of primary importance to ascertain deem prejudicial to the health of the City,
is deemed unnecessary: to promulgate more lie shall notify the person or persons occu-
than the following exposition'vhich is offer- whether the fatal disease which prevailed in THE LTES'I'PIISlfons pying the enclosuresor having the control

ed in lieu of a more detailed political creed.i former years, be the effect of its climate or of the same,to remove the said filth immediately -

:Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate of adventitious circumstances: This can and failure of the
person aforesaid -
of enlightened -as a privi*,
an policy
never be done by a FLOATING force. The to remove said filth, it shall be the
or the which impartial justice!
lege requires from people the rulers of every country- !. crews of vessels, which, arc here to-day :and THE subscriber has just received from duty of the Marshal have the same removed

and as a right,which,in ours in guaranteed at the Island of Cuba, or cruizing among York Charleston, per Sloop at the cost of the person liable to

by the Constitution. The framers of that' the Mangrove Keys to-morrow, do not afford Capital, a splendid assortment of Ladic'3 remove the same, and every' person failingor
withheld from the and Miss's BONNETS of the latest fashion
I ,
venerated instrument refusing to remove dirt filth when
a fair test of the health of the climate; I which he cflers far sale any ,
Federal the to protect manufactures on reasonabln terms
agents power required the Marshal shall
by restrictive duties ( it has been nor will the Medical officers attached to sucha !I at the store lately occupied by Pobert B. by City in addition

usurped by a perversion of the revenue force be enabled to ascertain with precision 1 Station,dcc'd, foot of Duval Street. to the costs of removing the same,
. be subject to a fine of five dollars and
power ', and its exercise,involving sectional the true causes of disease. Can there ( WILLIAM H. SHAW.i costs.
Sec. 3. He it further ordained That
aggrandisement, ,
oppression fogyfcg&gfol be a doubt but that a great proportion of the i I July 9th, 1832.
sectional when which \be
La*, necessarily;produced a exas- any privy may erected upon
peration which'endangers the permanencyof i sickness and death which attended Comma- any lot within the limits of the City, and

the Union: It is impossible that the injured lore I Porter's cruise on this.station resulted. : Notice shall, from its situation, or the manner in

parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly !Tom exposure, joined to the intemperance I which the same is Kept, become generally
Without unjust first proving and unequal, which in I' impossible.operation. of his men while on shore A stationaryforce ., ALL peisAQs! having claim! against the offensive, it shall be deemed a nuisance:,

that the benefits the protection are equally will afford a fair criterion oldie health of 1\Iichael1\labrity, deceased and tho owner, or occupant of the lot, or

apportioned to all the States-it is a gross of any place-the Medical officers located are ber required authenticated to present them to tho subscri the person having the control thereof, shall
duy within
to contend that the burdens of the time remove the same to such place in the said
absurdity J that placo for 4,G or G successive years, prescribed by lair, or they will be forever
all. If then
the Tariff press equally upon barred. Those premises: as the Mayor of the Corporationand
hoso not left the Island indebted to the estate
be consumption exclusively, as ,', men having willie are
it tax
a on requested to make immediate two other members may deem most
its defenders vainly arguo,'its operation isjet exposed to no- cause of disease foreign to payment.W. and
II. WALL, Adm'r. proper, upon( the refusal or failure of
glaringly ,unequal, and it, becomes no 'I it, and who having watched the state of the Key West such the
free to submit to its unauthorised July 6, 1832. person to remove same, shall be
exactions.people" Muchless'is it to be tolerated, .f&dthc-r or other agent producing diseasc- lawful for the City Marshal, to remove llib

when it is evident that we are not only arbitrarily may pronounce with some' degree of certainty LIST OF LETTERS same at the expense of Ihe party refusing,

taxed as consumers; but that the not only upon the nature of diseaseelf Remaining in the Post Weston and the person so refusing shall be fined the
OJjlfc at
inevitable result oftho, protective system is sum of Five Dollars..
-, but also its and tho
upon causes,. pos. the 1st July lB32
the ultimate ruin.of the Southern ,producerin : Sec. 4. Be it tinnier, ordained That
of them.
the. prostration of our agricultural intcflSt. sibility removing Wm. S. Brown, Robert King: I person suhject to this Ordinance, and fail..
.. We deduce another in favor of
** argument Edward P. Bunoe
.r : P. Old
Morgan to with the same
ing comply or refusingto
Tbto. is iy* Iiffi 4ffrihe |ti4qH to this location, from the fact of its having af- C. Bushnall, James Powers,
costs tines in
ourTosU"tSnceJftarot1f: : STyarofljEly: submitting pay any or consequence
John Eden
(bnlpd protection to commerce: Horace E. Sawyer, 2 thereof
execution be issued
to tbe1etU'"bich) are overwhelming Wm. English may against
Samuel Saunderson
them in common with ourselves. It is a well known fact, that previous to Richard Fitzpatrick,6 William Smith, them by the Mayor us in case of judgment?.

This delinquency it not our justification. If;. the settlement of the Florida Keys by American Robert Fitzpatrick, Wm. A. Sharpo, Passed 28 April, 1832.

we are awake to the dangers and degrada-;J citizens, the Florida beef was in- Henry Goddard, 2 John Sullivan O. IIARAf, Mayor.,
ion of situation,It behoves us to leave
our until shall have infested by pirates; Key West itself was Willotighby Hodges, Francis VVatlington2 ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk.
no effort untried we repelleSjj
Wm. I{. Hoxie, Ilezekiah Wood
the invasion of our liberties. The Evening' tl.eir principal rendezvous, whilst from all Wm. R. -

Post will therefore, exhort to resistance ofj( the Keys they could watch the great commerce II. S. WATERHOUSE Hackley. P. M. ORDINANCE-No. 2.

the Tariff, as the most prominent enormityof passing ant repassing ru the Gwlf To regulate Streets, and remove strUD-
that "American System;which has been ,y
built'up on the ruins of tho Free System ,' and no doubt many a noble ship, which had IIEXUY K. NEWCO3IB t tins from the same.

bequeathed us by our,fathers, and which if\ spread her white canvass to the gale WILL attend to and AGENCY or ; Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and

established as the settled poJioy of the ceun/ or weathered many a furious storm has es- BUsiness.tbat may Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council
the'end. either the bond be intr nstd to hfm. Office assembledand it i is ordained
trj,rust, in sever { caped only to fall into the hands of these' and StoreRooms hereby: by
of Union,or"'melt down and consolidate* in too Warehouse FIELDING the authority aforesaid; That no bouse,
<$tate 8ov.ieignti s into one limitless, irresponsible -" f' ruffian hordes and whilst she has been given A. BROWNE, Esq. building or enclosure, shall remain or encroach -
despotism. The Evening Post' to the ,flames, her gallant crew has been .
Key-\Vest, Nov. 16, 1031. II tf upon any Street, and every such obstruction
will Internal Improvement as unconstitutional -
oppose inhumanly butchered. We never hear of a '
of favoritism shaH be deemed a nuisance....

as a source of;sectional as an engine robbery as. 'creating J pirate on the Florida Reef now-a-days, and J* C. Qree1Jie 'I Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That
why is! it? It is because American citucns .
a necessity fbr perpetuating exorbitant| whefl any Street or Square in the City: shall
taxation-it will oppose the rechartering have planted themselves alorg the Keys, be obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint
of the United States' Dank, as manifestly | and in some places in sufficient numbers to Continues (0 transact General Agency the same shall be made to the Mayor and
unconstitutional and as prolonging the existence -, nUSiD S:3.
of a dangerous, power; and it will"j give such characters a warm reception.The .- Goods taken on Storagc .Stc.O Aldermen, H shall be the duty of said board

the projected disposition of- the Surf wrecking vessels, constantly on the to appoint fit and proper persons to exam

plus oppose Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced look-out, and generally very fast sailer, :r He will always be happy receive ine and report to them, if the said obstruc-

wholesale bribery, whlch.ii" adopted, will could speedily intelligence from and execute all orders in his line of Business. tion ought to be removed, and if the removal -
give to oppression a duration co-cxistant t : of the same is recommended, by said
point to point and a force might be collect-
with that of our oyerlmeot. i Key West, 28th March, 1831. persons, tho Mayor shall order the same to
A zealous and judicious attachment to the | '.ed sufficient to resist them. Can any one be removed hy the owner or of
Union, prescribes present as the proper I < doubt that the location of a military force said and occupant
building of order
a such
determined and copy
crisis for making uncompromising -
stand for the Constitution,before t at Key West, adds not only to the security Rkeg0 shall be by the City Marshal served upon

the jarring interests of different sections \( of individuals there, but also to property all the owner or occupant of such building.Sec. .

are organised against each other in irreconcilable I 'along tho coast. There are, at times, sev- HENRY OODDARD & Co. informs 3. Be it farther. ordained, That if

i conflict-before, blinded by their s eral hundred thousand dollars of property, and the public generally the owner or occupier of the said building
unrighteous gains the consolidation States that during the summer months they can .
| aha)! fail refuse
West but or to remove the-same after
hall regard as,undoubted righttheir undue ,\ not owned it is true at Key be- be supplied with first and second quality
advantagesbefore they shall resolve to \\longing I to American citizens, brought here PILOT & NAVY BREAD the service of notice as aforesaid,it shaH

maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle wrecked; are not these entitled to protection Key West, May '23, 1832. 23 tf be the duly of the City Marshal and he is
that."public opfcion,"or the will of a hereby authorized to have the said house
: from Why military
government are
majority,ua powerabove the Constitution; or building, or any nuisance,removed from
and before the victim sovereignties in minority stations placed along our fron\iera'-it is not Betltrdillg.JWaI the Street or Square, and tho expense of

goaded beyond endurance (unless the on account of the PUBLIC MONEY to be found removing the same shall bs paid by the

very aspirations liberty be extinct)shall there-it is to protect the rights and lives person owning occupying such building,

rise in desperation much and shattered abolish tobe a frame of f of American citizens-"which are dearer and tor the amount thereof, exeution may
governmenttoo recog-
than GOLD*'-valuable-beyond all price. issue as in case of judgments.
nised a, that for which they originally stipulated -
and which Inveterate sectional ha- % -<>>.0-- HOWARD Jun. has removed Passed 28 April. 1832.
it, ., We understand that his honor MRS. O. <
tred shall then render impossible ever ) Judge Calle do los Officios. to No. 9. rHARA,411a90r.
again to re-cornposo and re-edify. The South r Webb, has been reappointed as Judge of the Calle Obripia. AL1Li7: '{DE12 PATTERSON, Clerk.ORDINANCENO. .
onco routed to a full sense of her wrongs, Judicial Havana Jan.
Southern District of Florida. 1, 1032. 19 tf. -
wU{ be satisfied 'wttb'raothin but equality ; .
and it cannot be denied that by tho Constitution 3.
even if strictly observed, the slaveholding I The Asiatic Cholera has made its appear-
States are placed at decided disadvantage ance in the city of New York.-The Boardof James Egan To prevent the running at large of Swine or

,One leagued,for the resumption ) Health, on the 3d inst reported 14 cases Goats within the Corporation limits of

of rights, they will submit, no. longer: to a The of this disease Key West.
system of indirect taxation, calculated to ravages are represent- Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
to the extent and ,od at the latest dates to be partially subsiding of the West Council
blind the people inequality JmiII City of Key in
of their burdeDt-and they will demandfor at Montreal and Quebec. So far it ap assembled, and it is hereby ordained by

theirlaborang class s representation fully .'pears to have made but little progress in RESPECTFULLY informs his friends the authority of the same, That after tho.
equal to that of the laboring classes the the country. general, that he has : passing of this ordinance,all Swine found
other States. The required, concessions opened a Private Boarding House on Indian I
will be certainly refused by those by whom Key and will pay every attention in running at large in any of the streets, or

the Union ia regarded but as a bargain estimated ENGLAND.The his power to render satisfaction to those within the corporation limits of IeyVest,
by calculation of pecuniary profit restoration of the Gray Ministry is who may favor him with their company. shall be taken into the possession of the City -

and loss, and tbt Federal bond will be sundered confirmed, and it was announced in the His terms are moderate. Marshal, and the owner or owners there-

-and forever. The advocacy of State House of Lords that the Reform Bill wouldbe April 11, 183'l. 32 p of shall pay to the Treasurer of tho Corpo-

Rights is. therefore, the only faithful advocacy unmutilated and ration the sum of One Dollar, for each and

of Union. passed unimpaired. CITY hog sow or swine found runningat
ORDINANCES. every so
conviction of this importanttruth oeD
With, the a firm Evening Post will contend for) THE T& \"....-The bill for a modification large, belonging to him,her, or them,and

II Llberty-4li Constitution-:;.Union."For of the Tariff based on the proposition ORDINANCE-No. I. on their failing so to do on notification,the

Liberty first, as the first of national blessings submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key Marshal is hereby directed to cause the said
t for the Constitution which secures it] West. hog, sow or swine, to be sold at public outcry
from domestic usurpation i and Car the UD1-1Jgreuioa. ,has passed the House of Representativesby Sec. 1. De it ordained by the Ma'orand : the proceeds of which sale, after deducting
it a vote of 121 to 63--As it was expected
which strengthens foreign
against ajrj the incurred him and
on Alderruen theCityof Key\Vest,in Court expenses hy ,
Without a rigid observance orJ the ultras on both sides of the question voted will
theUaion mUltbecome a Uni cil assembled and it is hereby ordained by the above specified sum per head, be

the without compact Liberty,and the uncertain dander together against its adoption.BiroAMiNCiuiRts.Esq.hasbcenelccted. the authority of the same, That from and pay over to the owner or owners thereof.

oa of subjugation from abroad infinitely! -C>> after the passing of this Ordinance, Sec. 2. Do it further ordained, That all

it shall be the duty of all house-keep Goats caught running at I large within tIJl-

M President uf tho Cf'ntnDank cf Florida ers, to put at least one peck of Lime into limits of tho City, without being bobbled

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co as to present their jumping, from and of the City of slaves
after the second day of May, shall bo shot and tt:is therefore ordained by and Board of Aldermen! of the Cityof such providedintaid; section aforesaid, shall and i.J

by the City Marsha), or :any l>crsonaulhor.izcd the authority aforesaid, That all Vessels Key West That any master of a may be pursued towards such slaves. 11l

by him. jjfrw'WP''j of War shall bo subject to the followingrates vessel wishing a Pilot into the Port of KeyWest l Hcc.: 9. Be it further trained, That a tux

Passed 28 Apr11,16321* "*'''; :, It of pilotage: shall: if spoken by n Branch Pilot, be of oho half of one per centum'be, and the I.

.. p. O'HARA,..i11aVor. Sec. 1. All Vessels of War per foot. compelled to take him; and he is i hereby flUme is.hereby laid on all improved roil estate .

ALEXANDER .rAnsBscnr.. Clerk, drawing 5 and not more than 14 required to discharge: any other person who in laid'Cltyt! and one half of one perctntunv lJ' '
have offered his services to pilot said on nit unimproved real estate in .
M"- feet may
: t : JjH'2 00
OUDINA"NCE vessel into this harbour without paying him ssw&jjity-Provided, unimproved
rf -NO. 4. Drawing 14 and not more than of estate shall not be valued at more than I
and Transient Traders. 18 feet 2 25 for the same; and should tho master
Torax Vcdlars : t j Twcityfivo Dollars per acre; which said
Sec I. Be it ordained, by the Mnyorand I Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 60Over said vessel refuse to do so, and persist in value, ai well of improved an! of unimproved

Aldermen of the City of Key West, in Coun- 21 feet, : t : 3 00 keeping the said unauthorised person onboard real estate, shall be estimated and as

cil assembled and it is hereby ordained by Sec. 2. All Merchant Vcsfcr foot. he shall be liable to pay the full amount sessed on oath by two disinterested persons

the! authority! aforesaid, That any person sets drawing 5 nnd not over 12 of pilotage to the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board.
limits of the of speaking him. Sec. 10. Be itfitrtherordainfid, That all
coming within the City feet, shall p pay : i gl 50
ordained That all taxes provided for by the foregoing section,
resident of the Sec. 2. Be it further ,
Key West, and not being n All above 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 00 the shall, after giving twenty days notice to that
.. Island and having a Store therein, who shall All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 'I Pilots boarding any vessel bound into effect to the owner, or owners, or agent of
cell or dispose of any goods, wares or merchandize I All above 18 feet shall pay 2 oI I I Port of Key West, shall shew to the master such estate, be sued for by the said Marshal

except live stock and poultry, I Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or depart- of the fume his Branch, and shall also before the said Mayor or Major pro tern.

'within the limits of the City aforesaid, shall, ing through the North West Pas- shew a copy of the regulations relating to by proper action together with the costs for

before he proceeds to vend or dispose of sage, and drawing 4 feet or up- Pilots. servingsuch notice.
of the Passed June 1C, 1832.P. Sec. J I. Be it farther ordained That
the same, pay to the Treasurer City, wards, except such as are hereinafter ,
Ten Dollars: and obtain from tho Clerk of mentioned, shall pay 2 00 C. GREENE, Mayor P. T.Alexander such assessors shall, for their services in estimating -

the City, a License specifying the objectfor All vessels bound through the North West Patterson! CIrlt'. and assessing as aforesaid, receive
the sum of Ten Dollars, out any
which the same is granted.Sec. Pass, and touching at Key West for the ORDINANCE- .-No. i). the Treasury of said city not otherwise moneyIn
2. 13o it further ordained, That a- purpose of landing passengers, letters, or appropriated.
coming into the limits of Key obtaining supplies of provisions wood or An ordinance to raise a revenue in and for ..
ny person the of West. Sec. 11. Be it further ordained, That
West, who may be subject to this Ordi water, shall depart without being subject to City Key where any owner, ownersoriigeot' of any
wince, and fail to comply with tho first the above ordinance, unless the Master of Sec. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and improved' or unimproved rejel! estate, who

section thereof, shall bo fined Twenty Dol the Mid vessel shall request a Pilot to take Board Aldermen of the City of Key shall on oath, before the Mayor and Alder
j That from ..110.after the first day of
lars, to be recovered before the Mayor. charge of such vessel and take her out over June ,next, it shall and be lawful for men, say that Lis. estate 'has been too highlyassessed

Sec. 3. Be further ordained, That a- the Bar; for which services he shall receivethe any and every person, being may a citizen or inhabitant it shall twi the duty of said Mayor
Aldermen of the Board
flY pM' on who may have his good wares usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots. detained of Key \Vt-st aforesaid, to keep I and to forthwith, or a quorum to assess such estate,,

or merchandize sold or disposed of by any on board of any vessel by the re- open in said city any billiard room or rooms, which proceed assessment shall'bcffmal. ..

person established and doing business as a quest of her commander, shall receive for to retail dry goods :ar: groceries, or both, to Passed May-21, 1832.:

Commission Merchant: in tho City of Key each and every ilay's services Three Dollars sell goods on commission, or when appointed O. O'lIARA, Mayor.

West shall be exempt. from the provisions per day, over and above his pilotage. t>y the Governor of Florida,by :auction, Alexander Patterson, Clerk.
limits said receiving
j within the of city, -
'of this Ordinance. Smacks and Wrecking Vessels! -
Fishing : a license to such effect under the hand
Passed 28 April, 1832. shall not be subject to this ordinance.Sec. and seal of the Clerk for the time being of ORDINANCE--No. 10.

O. OHARAJI/i/j/or./ 4. Be it furtherordained', That any said city, who i h hereby authorised and required Concerning Dog

_,hEXA\DIR PATTKHSON, Clerk. vessel having passed tho Buoy on the Bar to issue the same under the conditionsand :&c.1. 'Dc\t ordained bf the Mayor,n '

of the North West Passage, before having provisions hereinafter set forth. Board of Aldermen the city of Key West.
Sec. 2. Be it further That ,
'ORDINANCE-o.. been boarded by u Pilot, shall: not be obliged previous to the issuing of any Inch ''icenseas 'That from and after the (passage of this act,

Tor preventing the introduction West.of Cholera to take the same; but in case a Pilct j is herein contemplated and directed, the the owner'of every dog or dogs,found within

Whereas into certain the City disease of Key fcnowu by the goes <*n board by the request of her Cnp- party applying for the same shall pay or the precincts of said city, shall bo taxed .

a tain, then he shall receive the usual pilot- cause to he pail unto the said Clerk for Una for the ame andwery one of the same, at
name of Indian Cholera( *t present prevailing age use of tiC: said city, the sum or sums following the,rates of dno dollar for every male and

in fta Nor'titern parts of Europe, to wife{ Ten Dollars for every Billiard three dollars for "ate-tQ: be. npplicd .
it fwtljer ordained That nil every -
Soc Do
fatal character and such ,
of the as of
Jnost Table for the retailing dry goods or gro-
disease may be introduced into our own vessels bound into the Port crt Key West, ceries.; Ten Dollars-and if both, Fifteen to lllt, > 9 dihViKey'tiYsl;:

port, by vessels trading with that quarter and spoken by a Pilot Doca Chica-. bearing Dollars; for selling goooS by auction, on the Sec. '$. ''no 'itfurrticr-brdaincil, That all

of tho Globe, North, orNorth-Westorly, shall pay full gross amount of sales one quarter of one persons owning any dog w dogs, hall,
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by pilotage :at the same rates as though she per centum; and each and every commission within the space of three lays after thin-

J' the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of had been brought in ovrr the main Ship merchant shall pay the sum of Fifteen. Dollars passage of this act, pay to the Marsha of

Key West, That all vessels arriving from Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not per annum. tho said city of Key West, the tax required
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, that
ports or places where the said disease exists, having been Spoken by a Pilot before passing and billiard any by the 1st section of this act, and take his
person keeping open any
shall be taken by the Pilots of the Port the above named limit, and being 3 room, or retailing any dry goods or groce- receipt for the same; and the Clerk of said

without their going on board, to the Qua miles from the Light House on Key West, ries, or selling any goods in said city, either city is hereby required (o grant a license to -

rantine Grmrnd, northward and westward shall only be subject to pay half pilotage; by auction or as commission merchant,without any person applying t fur the same, on his

of Fleming Key, there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing the havltig' first obtained *licence for Midi being shown the receipt of the Marshal for

the direction of the Mayor of the City,and aforesaid limits, in that case she shall bo purpose, shall beand he is hereby-made lia- the.tax for which license the 'Clerk shall

Health Officer oft? c Port.Sec. exempted from paying any pilotage.Sec. ble to forfeit and pay for every such act, and charge and feooivc the further sum of fifty
of the the of
for repetition same, sum
Bo it further ordained That C. Be it further ordained That all every and theconttittons this
2. Fifty Dollars, to be sued for and recovered cents: required by
while it shall bo thought necessary by the vessels arriving through the West Pass, and with costs of suit before the Mayor or Mayor net having been'ComttliClitll' tho person

said Health Officer, that: such vessel or vessels the East end of the Dry Rocks, to tho Westward pro tern. of, laid city-one half to clue M complying shall be au'IJ<
shall perform quarantine,intercourse of Sand Key,bearing south-west, shall use of the informer or nTMIf&o.bIe Tfrmainii.g his dog or dogs to Tun at largo in the streets

whatever shall be held with the City or Island pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until half to the use of said city for the space) oT tine year.

of Key West, but by permission and passing tiro aforesaid limits, and being Sec. 4. B Sec. 3. Be further ordained l That tho
thing in this act contained shall be so constructed ,
under' the direction of the Mayor and three miles from Key West Light,tttily half
811 to Itccnse the keeping open of Marshall of tho city of Key West is requircd
Health Officer and all who shall shall be recovered but if spoken
: persons pilotage ,
any billiard room after eleven o'clock on to kill and destroy felltkigs running at
with such vessel vessels the aforesaid limit stall be
hold intercourse after
or pissing ,
Saturday evenings, any duringthe largo in the streets*hc owners of which
without first obtaining said permission,shall exempted from paying pilotage. Sabbath. .
have not complied with the
liable the quarantine Sec. Bo it further ordained That all ordained That foregoing provisions
be to perform samo 7. Sec. 6. Be it further all
of this act and he' shall receive tho
may be Imposed upon the vessels and car Pilots: who shall bring a vessel into this Port licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immedi- ,
of for each And .
take effect and be in force for the sum fifty cents every dog
'gOO" shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the ately ,
Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That this commander can shew good and sufficient pace of one year from the first of June so destroyed. "
next; and that for every such license so issued Sec. 4. Do it 'ordained That noperson
Ordinance shall remain in full force, until cause to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat
.. the said Clerk shall receive the sum '
residing without tin limits of the
expressly repealed: by thts Board. this Port without a Pilot, shall have liberty -
of Two Dollars for his own use.
Passed<< 28 April, 1832. to depart without a Pilot, unless the Sec. C. De it further ordained, That from city of Key West, shall permit his dog or

O. O'I1AUA,1I1aJol'. Captain should wish one. and after the said first day of June next, all dogs to run at large in the streets fcaid

4LruI}II PATTZUSOX, Clerk. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That free negrocs and mulattoes, .(whatever rex, tity\ without firstcomnlvrna' wills two ro.f .

each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or came to be paid unto the City q'J. '' .

ORDINANCE-No. 0. Branch, shall make application to tho May Marshal, the sum of One Dollar per head i .,)y t.at .
4n Ordinance to prevent the shooting of or and Aldermen, and before he obtain per annum for every such free negro or mulatto 1 r ....',. .. "'{fJ.J..(' .

Fire-Arms, &c. within tho limits of the such, he, the said applicant, shall undergoan of the ago fifteen yean or over under; and ar. .. '.." ,.J' ; .', a; Ilir tfJ4f'I j.'
for such or mulatto fifteen #
City of Key West. examination before a competent Committee every negro tli ...... .
Sec. 1. Be it ordained the years of age and over ten yean, tiro _,. ... '
by Mayor to be constituted by the Board, to sum of Fifty cents annum-the wholeto .. i, t .Nf.,;" .
per ..
nnd Aldermen of the City of Key West, examine such applicant,and jibe be found be received to the use of said city-for o 'If! '. 1" '_' Nit I ., -" '.' .'fi- f-. 1 3.t ,trSr ,'

in Council assembled, and it is hereby ordained competent, it shall be the duty of the Clerkto which the \I.nllalshall! give to all such 1 tjl('. \stisr31 i* > t'J .

by the authority aforesaid, That it grant a Branch to such applicant, and negroes and mulattoes a good and sufficient { t t' ':., .t 9riieAt : 1 'r tllt' .

.}tall not be lawful fur any person within the said Branch shall be signed by the' Mayor receipt, which shall operate as a license for C.. ( Yf!'>\'I."'',. .j'"' of.j.;It.f...,

the limits of the City, (which limits shall for which the applicant shall pay to the one year from tho first day of Juno next; .Aa ,... POLl I r 11l 'k. :f. : ." ,
be construed as extending as far ns Elizabeth Five Dollars and Dollar and in default of such negroes 01 mulattoes ... ,
Corporation, one ''''
or any one of them failing to comply with -r
street,) to fire oflfor discharge any fire to the Clerk : it shall be required of each the provisions of the tir' \ c)11'Il' ti A+>.,:r--Nfl? 11. /'

arms of any description whatever, or to dis- and every Pilot, before he receives his or lion, the Marshal of sai I ..,nt* i I ',. L ;\fAJ' \: .

charge any crackers, or other fire works their Blanch, to give good security in the five days notice thereof If.I t,.,. ; 74' I I (tf .\" &ft.t.t... le c\l.r\ E\

V'hatever, and any person violating the sum of One Thousand Dollars,for the faith dies of such negroes or ,.d ...1. : it '[(hat ,' ('I .. ,
ovisions of ordinance shall to fined venue and sell the said I .
p. of his their .to
ful JtJa
or duty as
performance ,
,1# Psi'
; 1U
.r} itlrlt tnwray4itnr
Five Dollars for each and every offence, Brooch Pilot. toes for such a period an ,r.w'' ttt4 "oi ; \ .
end failure the same, shall be as will pay andnti.f, tl '. .as berr. hy ; 't"t) .. ; it' tjtc l litNJ W't
upon pay Be it further ordained That if UI'l ,
Sec. f D.
\ *'' JJt h h.H"
posed upon them, togetl- \fitia F(1'1" t \H y > %
imprisoned not exceeding ten Pilot shall bring in or cany out of of such tN.'ff'., .| lit tW at jftfti ..
any able costs alt:" '11 JO ij fxI Ufer t(\ ftert hr..
2. Dc It furtlierordaitied That if
this Port any vessel or vessels, for a less doing, be shall in every .r ', .. ";; the cltf tho motttei. M fect JtJ. { ', r
ti any free negro, or mulatto shall fire off or than he entitled to the and above for bit /-r\'So hut + '
sum is: lawfully to, over "I .k' ),.hH"d ft: f'Nt>> eI
discharge; any fire arms, or discharge any of he such free or mub I pI''J' 'J( 'l'w u '''
oilier Pilot :
or they on negro t
prejudice h. '.i .
any s rrcrt tf{ t' 1"\I.It': Ii' "- :e.. .
crackers, or any other fire-works whatever, conviction thereof shall forfeit and to Dollars, to be.taxed in I a 1.1 tt I .. 14" J
t. .
pay t\.1 ; I ,' I ;/ J ....nt
contrary to this ordinance, he or they so of- Dollar/ and Sec. 7. Be it further r fad '* ,t e\tJ. 10'
the Corporation, Twenty over such free t', ufi-trtif I 1 ..i : 1."Ir.i. WtU. t.rs tiu!ipt fIa tf f tilfiJl: fending, for the first offence( shall be fined ry negro or m .tA
shall -
Five Dollars and failure refusal to above what the pilotage amount to, and sold, shall, for the ti 1. If'. he ('4' t : t s 4 soli, !i.r n:, lh" :'.I 1Z Cirri nth' ;ot
; upon or and all controversy in relation to any part of sidered the property of s,1+ r ....JilT. '. ,il'I .
the same, he or they shall receive twenty ..
pay this Ordinance, shall be decided by the Sec. 8. Be it further .1 '.. 1"1II t. ) '
lashes and for the second offence he \ i. ; p; ,'. ftwt
; Mayor, subject, however, to an appeal to owner,or: owners, or ag \ Ih,. M ,... ,,'. I '. hw.
or they shall receive thirty-nine lashes, and the Board of Aldermen.Sec. shall,on or before the II .nv ,'J'.t* I !liI't.Ibc.t
the same for each offence thereafter. 10. Be it further ordained, That next, pay to the said Marshal ibr *.rlslJcia _t "> I; ;, I .a" ..

Sec. :). Be it further. ordained, 1'hatany this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen years and under persons, who may be indebted to the said
.. subject
', ,... . ', any pOIson cents-to be to city in sum of whether .
,X. ;.1'" "" .1. ? dr ;'' t'lfl' fifty, twenty-five applied any money tax
tt,1; :.. '.jI '.. !,' 'Mil. :lul to UJ".lteU'II + I, idling: -t j ''T1"Y u. ''. same, or refusingto and for the use of said city-for which the fe, fines, or in any other manner find such
.. ;;\.\..*.oL". ,; .I.' .;t.-.. i;;' .:.*(,'l.ti {)f Ht; O........f; W- ..1- I pf.vi i. -i I ', .i j'Wl 44," 4-"r'' .. fence said Marshal is hereby required, and directed receipts of the Marshal shall be the only
. r ttni i, t.; < :' : ti ': )i '''f. jainst to give a sufficient receipt, which said receipt evidence of :

.t :to". tXiritc I'. ., it .!. "t.l. .. ;,..... r .. .. } ,.J&JlW Ala: :M }1. 1'" i.> :t judg shall operate as a license for the pen son indebteu-aaafor, payment required'of* any pec-
-' -Q. t'" od of one year from the first of June next,

'- '...; ..Q..O'iJ\ ... .... .'Sit.'f\...\ .... f' :, ',.:' for the keeping of such slave or slaves; and Sec. 3. Bet it further ordairvct, That
';' .. t\\'I, 1 f' bt h,Ct1.'. "'n ;. ; :; ,: t. or. in cue the said owner, owners, or agents the MarsfwUhaJl! eI rip flvo per ceuiumort4hejyn
--- ... of such slave or slaves shall refuse or net' o. i 1 ''' lect to with the of this .
'. ; ::1'1; i''_V., comply provisions him.
... I section, the said'Marshall shall proceed in
.I. ,. .I.., ...... Pissed ....
{ .jifJ.+.; '" "a :e re- the manner directed io the foregoing sec June 10, 1832.

". ..: .. (. K ).. lion; and all the provisions of said furtg<* P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. Z
.j" ." : I for section aro hereby declared, tad they Alexander Patterson, Clrrlt. )

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;" "' *! be'it! THE,cY' GAZETTE, subscriptions\ and remit tho money at the
titan of
formidabl6 the >
.*t- 'PROSPECTUS: : less certainty ADVEBTISr.R. risk! of tho Publisher, at tho time of
I trampled by those with whom we hate coi' AND coat'u c1AL DAILY or
RIGHTS or AND THE FIlEfi TRADE federated at home. Hence is is vitally im. A Journal of Commerce, Science'Litersture dering the paper. It is expected that they
''' .,
and the Arts.; fwiHT th1r.in their! hands 10
POST. portant that the power should be sustains ,, per cent of
:eVENING. which alono can compel a strict constnictic nY slItS & KUHYF.A. the amount received, as a remuneration for
THE establishment, in Charlestonof an of the Charter. That power resides with TilE CITY GAZETTE is ono ,0C tho' their trouble." >,

Newspaper, devoted to tho each State Sovereignty. It is the State oldest existing Journals in the U. State (1 ErEditoraof papera'withwhom exchange J.
support of their principles, has been dcert of to arrest proprictorsits course with fci
Right sovereign interposition Under many are requested to give the above nn
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS the usurpation of Federal agents. The ex.: exceptions, have always been America insertion, and time favor; will be reciprocc.
FRET TRADE P4RTV. In pursuanc istence of this right as the conservatU and popular. Of late years, from neglect
of this determination, THE EVENINC principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine more than any other cause,its influence and ted.Jan.
POST will be commenced as a Daily Eve, ; it is co-cval with our Federal polity: patronage had visibly declined. Within the 1st, 1032.

rang Journal,so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and cor last year however, the present proprietor* Bia BBi
arrangements can be completed. temporary expositors. This principle i is having entered upon a course of policy] The following article originally appearedin
The political tenets to which the Evening the characteristic feature proudly distir more consistent wilh the politics of the this paperVe republish it on accountof

Post will be devoted, are so (familia guishing ours from other Republics not Federal South, and having made numerous addition having lately seen u copy,of it in n Uos-

to this community, have been so long the in their elements. In the latter, a to the mechanical improvements of thei ton paper, with many errors and :inaccuracies

prominent subject of discussion by tbe Constitution'is, in fact,by a symbol of public establishment by fitting it out in a new and in the latitude, longitude, and bearing

press-and have been so often and triunr opinion, is construed by and varies wit handsome type, and on a larger sheet and of some of the Light Houses. It is evident
the first minds our -
phantly vindicated by while in than heretofore
the changing will of a majority ; better description of paper ;
and in the Federal councils, that i it if this erroneous statement be followed -
State, our Republic a guardian power preserves i it lay claim to, and have been favored with a
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate mor as a permanent rule of action. large and proportional increase of patronage it will materially mislead the Mariner,
than tho following exposition, 'vhichisofieicd The formal recognition of such a rig) ,including new subscriptions and gene and so far from being a guide to warn him

in lieu of a more detailed political creed on the face of tho Charter would have bee; ml advertising. Within the last year, their from danger, will subject him to the my

Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties ngainst which our publication
of an enlightened policy-a; a privilege i- from the formation of a compact bEtween I of more than Three Hundred Citi was intended to1 guard. We advise Kdi.:
of the people, which impartial justice sovereigns having no arc with little!
independent to which new names the which
tens tors to publish following be
requires from tub rulers of overy countryand common umpire. Asa feature nf our political exception, almost daily added. The pro may
as a right, which,in ours, is guarantee system, it is of course a political,not:a prietorSjin order the better merit that encouragement lelied on lfa accurate:
by the Constitution. Tho framers of tha revolutionary right. Formed for the protec of which, it is equally their "For the information of Mariners generally -

venerated instrument withheld from the tion of a minority from the usurpations or pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so much we have procured from tho Collector

Federal agents the power to protect manu the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and ot the, Port', the following schedule of the
feet tires by restrictive duties ; it has beet from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in conned situation of tho Light Houses along the

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through the subserviency of those authoritic! tion with their office of business, aspaciou. Florida shore, under his st1pcrintend nrc. J

power, and its exercise, involving sections the Constitution itself needed a protection Reading Room, in which, the chief Public Cape Florida Light,-Sationary. Situated
oppression for sectional aggrandisement, for that surely wa not and carefull
Reliance Journals find their way are ;]
the south of
has, necessarily produced a sectional exas placed in cither(the parties against whonit filed, from all the States in our Union.- on point Key Biscayne,
Aeration which endangers the permanency was provided as a shield. The Supreme Tins room is free with all its facilities,without about 400 yards from the (beach. The

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

; parties can tolerate legislation so man- I not, therefore, entrusted wits its politics A regular weekly Prices Current, 10 letterform level of the sea, distant from the Gull'

ifcstly unjust and unequal in its operation guardianship. Nor could he engine of tin and upon; a fine paper suitable Strtam-aLout 7 miles. Vessels drawing

Without first proving, which is impossible, majority-the ballot box-have been con or correspondence, carefully collected;, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the bcnrfitsof the protection are equally sidercd as the safeguard. The scctiona with the most correct estimate of the true< of the Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long.
the States-it is? '< .
apportioned to all igros I minority can exert no influence on the representation ; condition of the markets, and pnt upon tb< W.Light
tho burdens of 80 42 .
absurdity to contend that of a sectional majority. The most advantageous terms 'to all that com<
the TarW press equally upon all. If, theo,, responsibility of representatives butsccu! I under this class,is also issued from the office Ship Florida, situated on Cn-

.it be a tax on consumption exclusively, a'J their fidelity to their respective constitu of the proprietors. Their Reading Room, ryford's Reef,near the site of the old one,

its defenders vainly argue, its operation i is ; ents, and the representatives of a minority where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 08 N.-Long. 80 27 W. It

yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes nc can effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct

free people to submit to its unauthorisedexactions. interest which the representatives of a ma and masters of vessels trading to this< Lights,are shown, which can generally l/j
Much less is it to be tolerated,,
jority may be compelled by their constituents port. To these improvements, they make seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its oh-!
is that not only ar-
'when it evident we arc I to enforce in utter disregard of the additions, affording facilities to the
bitrarily taxed as consumers, hut that the Charter.The principle, therefore, is desolating man daily of leisure and business, alike hitherto jcct is to warn vessels from the dangerous
inevitable result of the protective system is i -that the Constitution U at the discretion unknownSIMMS & DU ItYEA. rocks and shoals near which it is placed.

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producer of a majority, and must be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Key \'cst Light,stands on the S. West

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

rest.There Besides except in the Parliamentary transactions Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82 04 W.; erected
is no solidity in the objection to of the two houses of Congressourframe THE WEEKLY .IORNINOS! COUKlEJi for the purpose of guiding vessels when

our resistance, that others are blindly submitting of government no where recognizes AND N. YORK ENQIUER. entering the harbour the directions fur
; to the evils, which: are overwhelming tho consolidating that the will of a majority ;
in with ofirsclvcs. which are as follows: Bring the Light to t
common be
them shall The President may
govern. the 28th Jan inst. the
This delinquency ia not our justification. If elected by a minority of the people ; a majority On Saturday, bear N.N.W. and.!the Sand Key Light to
wo arc awake to tho dangers and degradation of Senators representing!' States, the Proprietors of the Morning Courier & N bear W.S.W. and you cross the Reef in

of our situation, it behoves us to leave aggregate: of whose population arc a minority York Enquirer, intend publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West

no effort untried until we shall have repelledthe of the whole people, may reject a measure largest folio sheet ever issued, a Weekly Light until within two mile, then steer

invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed by the representative Newspaperto contain all that appears du N.W. until] you opcn Flccming's Key-

Post will, therefore, exhort to resistance of of the people in the other HouseandVice ring the week in their daily paper. It will! which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern

the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity versa, a bare majority in the other be published on fine paper, w'nhmew type;;
of the harbor and then foit
which has been part ,run
of that "American System, tho
House reject a measure passed by all
may and it within the reach of clas
place The best is; in the of
built up on the ruins of the System unanimous voice nf the Representatives ot anchorage upper part
bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, ii tho States in the Senate-The President a ses of the; community, it will be aiTwdcdto the harbour. Height of the Light House

established as the settled policy of the country single individual, may put his veto on tile subscribers at the reduced price of three horn the level] of the sea, C3 feet G inches.

must, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable a wad/s in ad. Light stationary.

off Union,or rnclt down and consolidate the nf-tfio Supreme Court holding office vance. Sand Key Light.-Revolving once in;

State Sovcteigntics into one limitless, irresponsible Post not by election but by appointment, may In consequence of the other Daily Papers L4 seconds" It is the best Light on the
despotism. The Evening aside tho concurrent enactments of)( board
set in New York determining not to "
will Internal Improvement as un and President. The ( con!l'S.; ." by S. n 1-2 miles from Key
oppose House, ,
power their
and receive
vessels news on Sunday,
constitutional, as an engine of favoritism, to protect the Constitution could not West Lifjht-situated directly on the Reef.
Courier &
of sectional robbery, as creating tho Publishers of the Enquirer Tho feet above the
as a source have been rationally intrusted to the very Light 70 sea.
a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation have lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars Tortygas Light,-Stationary,-on one

taxation-it will oppose the rechartering was apprehended. It would have been indeed l in a separate news establishment, consisting of the Dry Tortugas islands near the. west-

fir the United States' Bank, as manifestly committing the keys of thcjhousc to of one Schooner of ninety tons, ern extremity of the Reef, in>Lat. 21 31 N.
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence distrust whom and the
the safe-keeping of thpse, one of sxty tons, necessary row Long. 83 10 W.SEGAR .
of dangerous power; and it "illiOrI'O suggested the propriety of locks "'ho power boats. This establishment:! i is supported at -
O the projected disposition of the Surplus I left with the several State
was wisely in annual of Nine Thousand dollars
expense .
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, Sovereignties thus not only was there
Keaa W
hoardedit est
and vessels from Europe arc
.wholesale bribery, whichU" adopted, will provided a dcSnito rule of action for the :
give to oppression a duration co-cxistant Federal Government,but apowerto render sea and their news disseminated through J

with that of government. inoperative; ,that is to nullify their unautho the country with great dispatch, long before MANUFACTORY,
A zealous and jtic'iciwisattachment to the rised and irregular action. they reach the Itarbour.

Union prescribes the present AS the proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist In its politics, the Courier &. Enquirer isis WTJT TlfALL vr takes of this informing opportunity --

crisis for making$ a determined and uncom- in relation'to these principles, tho Evening purely Democratic-adhering to the principles *
the Public that be has established
promigingstand for the Constitution,before Post is pledged to tho State Rights and usages of the Republican Party, ,
of different sections \SEOAR! 3rArFACTOKX at Key "cst.-
xjho jarring interests and Free Trade Party; and as the support md the re-election of General
are organised against each other in irreconcilable nf measures, to be efficient,must includethe advocating lie imports for this purpose, the rcry best
Jackson the Its columnsire
conflict-before* blinded by. their support of men, its humble aid will be to Presidency. Tobacco from Havana
unrighteous gains, 'the consolidation! States extend the alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
zealously contributed to personal Segarsof the. best quality, laid of every
shall regard n} undoubted right their.Uifduo influence and promote tho political advancement Intelligence Morals; Literature and the description be had at his establishment.CO" .
advantages-bofure the/ ,gall resolve to of those statesmen who devotethemselves Fino Arts in morals, however, it docs may will
All Orders in the above
maintain at all hazard the tyrannous principle to the good cause, which is identified not act upon the.creed of Fanatics or Bigots i-
that public opinion,"or the will of a with the value of the Union and the' ,but on the contrary, inculcates those meet the earliest attention.
majority, is a power above the Constitution; iberty and honor of South Carolina. Its of and May 23, 1832. 38 .tf:
principles morality religion only, ..
in mino-
and before the sovereignties 'arm co-operation with these will be embarrassed I
rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless tho by a personal pledge to no can- which are formed upon peace and goodwill Loggerhead Turtle SheJL
all mankind the fruit of which is
to -
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shell lidalc for the Presidency or any other '
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of jflice. tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give a fair price

government too much shattered to be rcco...- In maintaining its ground amid the con- "persecution for opinion's sake-." 500 Ibs. of the above article.

,nised as that_for which they originally stipulated licts-of party, it will be the aim of the Eve- Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.

and which inveterate sectional ha- ling Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier & Enquirer are published Daily: -
tred shall then render it impossible ever Press by courtesy and moderation, under md more than Three Thousand Semi- IT. S. QUARTER :MASTER'S:

again to re-compose and re-edify. The South tho belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper and in the of Ncw-Yoik its OFFICE
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion are best subserved by firm. ; 'ORTIIEASI'cornerofF.AI Browne**
will bo satisfied with nothing but equality ; nest without violence, and zeal without in- circulation: i is known to be more than An 1, 1 stairs.

and it cannot b&denied that by the Constitution temperance. With the opinions and public nmdrcd per cent greater than any other Warehouse-up Feb. 8 1832. 23 tf .
oven if strictly observed,. ut1:j "Wave ictsV .Opponents, it will exercise the right lapcr. These facts are referred to, as affording Key West .

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

vantage.! Once leagued for the resumption part oS its career will ever justify the suspicion can with propriety offer on, the quality N the case of Joseph Cottrell & Co. vs
of rights, they will submit no calculated longer to a ofits oven partial adoption of the in* of the matter winch will bo found in their I 121 bales of cotton, picked up at sea and
system of indirect taxation, to amnie maxim,that tC all is fair in politics"Tliedoiylestio contemplated; weekly] publication. libelled for salvage in the Superior Court
thc extent and inequality
blind the to -
people concerns or our native State District of Flon-
demand It b intended to publish 17,500 copiesC for the Southern Judicial
of their burdens- and they will be'cre(ullv watched and the policy la the Court has decreed, that after pajinj -
for their laboring class a representation fully advoc ted which shall appear best calculied the first number of the paper, which the and of said prosecution -

equal to thai of the laboring classes of tho for'her prosperity,safe, and cconomU will be distributed in different parts of the ono costs half of the expenses residue of the value of

other States. Tho required concessionswill cat'g: yernm nt country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster aid cotton (agreeable to-the appraisement)
ho certainly refused by those by whom While tho Evening Post will be devotedo in the United States, in order that be paid to the said Cottrell & Co for their
the Union U regarded but as a bargain esti- of the faith set
the promulgation political a specimen of the publication may be ex: salvage on the same And that the remains
mated by a calculation of pecuniary profit forth jaKtbis prospectus, it will not be neg- mined Jer be held under the bond of stipulation.
and loss, and the Federal bond will bo sundered -- ectful of the practical details of Commerce to the claim of the rightful otvncrahereof
-and forever. The advocacy of Stato md Trade, two branches industry which said claim be interpose
Rights: therefore, the only faithful advocacy nest be most beneficially affected by the Paper+--. -$10 per an."| Paynlle3em. within the,provided time prescribed by law; and that

o'f Union. tuccess of its doctrines. Great exertions Weekly] Paper-4 per an. I ill notice of the same be given bf an adver.liseroent .
With a firm conviction of this important will be made to perfect the departments WEEKLY PAPER----3 jr an.J advance. ,.to be published in the Key West
truth, the Evening Post will contend for connected with commercial intelligence, months.
03T Any pel'iOnVho may obtain eight Gazette once month for nine
tI tho Constitution-AJnion. For shall find
Liberty md merchants claim to
subscribers to the and remit Therefore all er 'n' Having,
weekly !(
of national blessings paper j
the fist and
Liberty first, as tbe readiest attention to all their wants, rev lere-
; for the ConstiU ion which secures it thu warmest gratitude for all their(uon.TEaMS he amount, shall bfrtais \wTtTttcopy id Cotton,Tnterested therein the 5witbin !Imo
Uni and -.V notified and required to present
from domestic usurpatiouVwidfortho gratis j to companies w ,13f|PMUOW' rs' by in said decree
Arid : oho associate.and remit d the time prescribed
rressiou. Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Iweity-fivo cars, or they wilt be barred.
Uni- three times a week, $5. nU.bM8eiltKU S* 50 cud anW A. II. DAY, Clerk
the Union must! a taper
compact and the uncertain dan- Advertisements inserted thejuual rates. ,tsjo iare noobjoctioltok Sup. Court South. Dist. NfBFlorida-

\OhO without of m!>i u Liberty:ation from abroad ii infinitely Charleston' (H. T.) Ort, 3, 1831. as our Agents, requested" tot 1 vo May 13, 183'.