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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: August 1, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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GAZETTE.. _.the Mayor or an Alderman and obtaining At this period it became necessary to true flow of a language essential to tlitir

'<:"'. '-cSn1T=,1J D't an order from eIther, may commit him, her proceed to London, in consequence of a existence It s French. The introduction

,/\B. 'B. STROBEJL or them to jail, and on the following morning relation having died and left me ten thousand had been managed with diplomatic dexterity -

Ad /published: on every Wednesday, by the said parties shall be brought before pounds a year. Upon my return by n lady of the first fashion, who, I had
the Mayor to receive sentence. from London, after the absence necessary good subsequent reasons to believe, received
:.., THOMAS N.--JEFFREYS. Sec. 4. De it !further ordained, That fur settling the business of the will, my fifty pounds from each patty for her sham

TERMS$5. pcr annum-payable in from and after the 15th day of August inst.it home presented a totally different scene to in a negotiation of such exquisite difficulty
advance. shall not be lawful for any store or shop what I had left it. The remittances that I We brought our invaluable treasure homo

..Advertisements inserted at one dollar keeper to keep: open his,her or their store or had made from London were already conspiring with us,and rejoiced: in a tutoress, or rather
per square for tho first insertion, and fifty shop, or allow customers to remain within .against my quiet. I could hardly in "an interesting friend," who would

cents for every succeeding time, till order the same after toll-ring at night, nor after get a kiss from either of my girls, they were soon smoothe us into such shining specimens
ed to be stopped. 10 o'clock A. M. on Sundays; and should in such merciless haste to make their dinner of society, that our rustic neighbors

... J or persons, in violation of this "toilet." My kind and comely wife would not dare to lift their dazzled eyes

POETRY. ordinance, keep open store or shop or allow was actually not to be seen; and her apology where we trod. The emigrcc was pretty
company to remain within the same after delivered by a coxcomb in silver lace and she had a pretty story, which she disclosed -

EVENING. (the hours above specified, he, she or they to U5 full as deep as any in tho sugar-ba to the heads of the house under the

OT A TAILOR. shall be fined in a sum not exceeding twen- ker'service,was, thnt"his lady would have "moat solemn! seal of secrecy," and with

Pay hath put on his jacket-and around ty dollars at the discretion of the Mayoror the honor of wailing on mo as soon as she some as prettily produced tears as I ever
His burning bosom buttoned it with stars, 1\Iayorand Board of Aldermen. was dressed." 'fhis'IIS, of course, tho saw glitter on n long silken eyelash. "Sho
Here will I lay me on the velvet mo. ", Sec. 5. -Be it further ordained, That' it puppy's own version of the message; but was" -and the sigh that sent forth the talo

That is like padding to earth's meagre ribs, shall not be lawful for, any person or persons its meaning was clear, and it was ominous. was accompanied with an attesting up-
Aud hold communion with the things aboutme. to commit any riotous, disorderly or Dinner came at List: : tho table was loaded thrown glance of the dewy black eye that
indecent act at any time within the corpo- with awkward profusion ; but it was as closean none but Goth or a Hun could dare to
Ah met how lovely is the golden braid, ration limits; any white person or persons imitation as we could! contrive of our dlhcJi'c"o was the daughter, tho only
That binds the skirts of night's descendingrobe violating this ordinance, shall be fined in a opulent neighbor's display. No less than and beloved daughter,"of a Marquis of
!
The this leaves quivering on their silken sum not exceeding one hundred dollars; any four footmen, discharged as splendid superfluities immense revenues, who, alas! fell a victimto
thread., coloured person or persons violating the from the household of a duke, wait his loyalty in the early stage of the revo

Do make a music like to rustling satin, same: shall be fined, whipped or put to him! ed'behinu our four chairs, to make their remarks lution. Ho died in the army of Conde after
Asthclightbreezessmoothtlieirdowny nap. labour on tho Streets; the infliction of,these on our style eating in contrast with performing prodigies of valour, and f be
Ha,what is this that rises to my touch penalties to be at the discretion of the Mayor hip polished performances at their late mas his infant
So like a cushion! Can it be a cabbage or Mayor and Board of Aldermen.Sec. ter's. But l\Jrs.1\Iolaslcs had exactly four. Armidc-St.

It is, it is that deeply injured flower, G. Be it further ordained, That any The argument was unanswerable. Silence !. trious leader.

Which thee boys, do flout us with-but yet I love person or persons found lying about the and sullenness reigned through till ban Attached from her birth to tho royal

Thou giant: rose wrapped in a green surtout! streets or drunk, or should such person or quet; but on the retreat of the four gentlemen cause, tho most magnificent oilers from Napoleon
Doubtless in Eden tLou didst blush as persons be notoriously vagabond, he,she or who did us the honor of attending, himself could not tempt her to remain -
bright as they shall be fined, imprisoned or put to the whole tale of evil burst forth. What is under his Atrocious dynasty. "Pin-

These thy puny breathrcn; And thy breath hard labour at the discretion of the Mayoror the popularity of man? The whole family tot perir, plutot pcrir," exclaimed! tho pretty
Sweettincd the fragrance of her spicy air; Mayor and Board fit Aldermen. l had: already dropped from the highest fa- ultra, with an attitude worthy of a Ducln
tint now thou soemos\like a bankrupt beau, Sec. 7. Be further ordained,That each vpritejsm into the ;.iost ogty disrepute. A csnois. She had: vowed to devote her life

And Stripped of hu gaudy hues his and sober essences clothes.Ts ,.- and every criminal sentenced to be whipped kind of little rebellion raged against us in to the sublime revengenf imbuing English
growing portly in
that a swan that rides upon the water by a Magistrate or any other legally au the village: we were hated, scorned, and genius with the accomplishments France,
o no, it is that other gentle bird, thorised person, shall be punished at tho libelled on all sides. My unlucky remit and thus depriving her ungrateful country
Which h the patron of our noble calling! ; whipping post near the jail ; and should any tances had done the deed. The villago of the only laurel whose loss would bo ir
X well remember in my early years, person or persons undertake punish publicly milliner, a cankered old carle, who had reparable. To resist conviction of such
When these young hands first clos'd upon a said offenders at anyotlier, place within made caps and bonnets for the vicinage tears from such eyes was impossible.

GOOSE; the corporation limits, said person or during the last forty years, led the battle. two tall Hirls were instantly sent to drib
X have a scar upon my thimble finger, persons shall be fined in a sum not exceed- The wife and daughters of a man of East Their old! acquirements were flung nside

t Which tion chronicles the hour of young ambi ing fifty dollars for each offence at the dis- Indian wealth were not to bo clothed like like old clothes. A new courso of canzo

My father: was a tailor,and his father, cretion of the Mayor or Mayor and Boardof meaner souls; and the sight of three Lon nets and concertantes, readings fiom llos-

And my great grandsire, all ot them tailors; I Aldermen. don bonnets' in my pew had set tho old sean, and recitations from Voltaire, were
They had an ancient: goose-it was an heir- See 0. Be it further ordained, That any seemstrcss in a blaze. The flame was easi. the order of 'the day. Ariosto reposed upon

loom person subject to this ordinance, and fail- ly propagated. The builder of my chaise the toilet, and the Pasto Fido lay tho
From some remoter tailor,of our facet ing to comply with tho same, or'refusing to cart was irritated at tho handsome barouche tender companion of the pillow; and when,
am not certain,but 1 think 'twas he, pay any costs or fines in consequence thereof in which my family now moved abovo the after a fortnight's absence at my Yorkshire
Who happened to bo hanged by some misfortune I execution may be issued against them heads of mankind The rumor that champagne manor, I returned, 1 could scarcely know

No matter;,but I saw it on a time by the Mayor as In case of judgement. : had appeared at the cottage roused my own flesh and blood in the two operatic

When none was near,and did deal with it, Approved 1st August, 1832. the indignation of the honest vintner who I divinities that shrank from the horrors of
And it did burn me-oh, most fearfullyIt O. O'UAHA, Mayor., had so lon supplied me with port! and nn"nf onpil"so threatening as mine,to ilwi*-
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i ili a joy to straiten out one's limbs I Alexander Patterflom C'7i-a. prnrnajinnnl inainuvtt/in f machinery u -> .W> *
And Me.r u.4 tr.I.m ti,v tctet: counter- nature of this London luxury were employ. I Valicrc,and flounces rt la the deuce knows
'Leaving the petty grievances of earth, __.J. ed to set the eneerers of the village against : who. But I had no time to display my

The breaking thread, the din of clashing MISCELLANEOUS.From mo and mi no. Our four footmen had been wrath upon the subject; my attention was

beers, instantly discovered by tho eye of our opulent drawn to another visiter. \\6Ssix months
For such a pcnsire hour of soothing thought, "Talcs of the Great St. Bernard." neighbor; and the competition was at since I had sent my son to Oxford, a handsome
her loose undress
iu
Kind Lays bare nature her shuffling shady bosom-I can feel THE WOES OF WEALTH. once laughed at as n folly, and resented as healthy, and intelligent youth as any

With all around me-I can hail the flowers I was originally destined to the profession an insult. Every hour saw some of my in the laud. Ho had, of course, shared in

That make earths mantle-and that quiet of'the law, but having the good fortune to old friends falling away fipm me. An unlucky tiro family prosperity, and MICro my remittances -
bird obtain an income of five hundred a-year I cold, which seized one of my daughters cautiously paused, his mother's secret -
That rides the stream, is unto me a brother. at once resigned all hopes of the chancel- a week before my return, had cut away I generosity made amplo recompenses-

The vulgar know not half the hidden pock. lorship and the gout, for rural and domestic my twenty years' acquaintance, the village Between us, wo might as well have sent
etsWhere doctor from fcr the illness ofan"heiress" turn doses arsenic. In OJ'lnis.
I bo for talking of my causes to many
natnrs tows her loveliness! felicity. may forgiven
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away
tic tuned less
was rfot to by stood a sickly-visaged
But this unaltered posture of the legs this period of my life, for it was my plea- believing presence
Cramps my extended calves, and 1 must go santest. My sylph had laid aside her then the first medical authority of the pro rake> an exhausted emblem of supremo clo-
Where 1 can coil them in their wonted fash without giving her playfulness. She vinc The supreme iEscula humbler accordingly gancc,ringleted and moustached like a Ger-

ion. ; I, J\\,,',, was pretty and fond up she thought me by called in; and his bro- man mountebank, with a cigar puffing from
;
far the wisest and most 'learned personage Ibrtr wore; in the bitterness of his soul, his lips into my face, and a cheek sallow
that lie would never forget tho affront on with late hours and dissipation Holding
and she
AN ORDINANCE the sun shone on; grieved as was
this side of death's door. The inevitable out to mo, as I gated in speechless astonishment ,
For the better Police Regulation of the Ci- by the superior finery of a sugar-baker's establishment
ty of Key West. whoso labours sweetened half increase of dignity which communicated itself a finger loaded with rings, fie, in
wealth to the manners of my whole householddid some jargon, half French, half :;n
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and the coffee of Europe, and whose woke
mansion andprepostemusdemesnowithimia the rests and if my wife held her head condescended to acknowledge me. I
overflowed in
of the of unluckily a new
Board of Aldermen City Key
stone1 throw high, never was pride more pevishly retort from him, and from all, and rushed to my
of
and after the 15th
West that from day
ed. Like the performers>> in pillory, we chamber, give vent to feelings which i
least tho
she at
inst. the Bell shall be for of our cottage, preserved, ,
City
August rung
of the matrimonial state. seemed to have been elevated only for the dared not show! to my alienated household
half nine
five minutescommencing at past average temper with domestic cares I benefit of a general pelting. These were I spent the rest of that day atone, and in o>
home all of While she was busy
o'clock,P. M. to warn persons the women's stare of the mischief: but I bitterness of heart that might have mado
and statesmen
colour and should or was plying my pen; yet un
colour; be found in any the person streets after personsof bell- born may thank me for the gratuitous wisdom was not long without administering in person the beggar at my gate rejoice in his naked-

without written permission (if free) of the hints that I threw out in the to our; unpopularity. The report of ness. .1\11100 undone, my daughters;per.
ring
of and But the my fortune had, as usual,been enormously verted into puppets and wife's<<; honest
the Alderman and if a shape pamphlet paragraph.
from Miyor or an genera
after all and I exaggerated; and every man who l had a head turning'.n the whirl of
slave from his or her master or mistress, world is an ungrateful one ;
,
summoned to the privy council.In debt to pay,or a purchase to make, conceived fashion and foolery, -if a wish from tho
be fined was not
lie she whipped or
they ,
or may
his
himself "bound to apply first to bottom of son could have sent estates -
I for twenty toy my
this glided on
the streets for a time primitive way
to labour on public
put not exceeding three days, at the discretionof years, famous for the earliest roses, the old and excellent friend, to whom the accommodation flying through the air, and set me
and the for a month or two must be down on mjr quiet competence again-
cucumbers two prettiest
tho Mayor and Board of Al largest ,
or
Mayor
dennen. daughters in the country .I played the such a trifle. If I had listened to a tenth should that night have beea the possessor
of those compliments "their old and excellent of five hundred and
castanets,spoke French, and interpreted a pounds a year, not ft
Biid. turnpike act,all better than any man for fif. friend" would have only precededthem shilling more. But freedom is not tho
miles around. I was applied to for cheap to a jail. In some instances 1 complied privilege of men"of my station. I $found
coloured whether free or a slave, to tv
person, wisdom the ,and so far only showed my foil yf f)r on BIJ table a notice that I had been"most
the by
l law ploughmen puz-
make ,
the fiddle beat drum or by
play a any
of
refusal
who loves his creditor?
My his the
Majesty
graciously appointed by to
occasionally
bell which zled magistrates and was even
other kind of noise after -ring,by ;
the and of the inhabitants consulted! in his Greek by the excellent course increased the host of my enemies; Important and honorable office of high she
peace quiet may whose Oxford recollectionswere and I was pronounced purse-proud, beggarly riff for the county;" and the
disturbed without written permissionfrom curate,
be ribbed out by the wear and unworthy of the notice of tho had scardy dawned when I was instruct
the Alderman co- considerably
Mayor or an ; any "true gentlemen, who knew how to spend that the assizes were about to begin and
the
and
violating i this and of half a century; even
rx rson griq; RMVfco tear
poured flee accession to baronet
exalted moments their money. An a that I must attend the triumphal entry of
his 1 less ,
in
fined\ wfJppedi or put to hM.Ubour at sugar-baker tint, I rather an intelligent age,and twenty thousand a-year more,only their worships; the jtdges. I loathed this
'the discretion of the Mayor'ornIayor andBoard admitted was of five hundred a-year. made matters worse. scene of rustic bustle; but where was my

of Aldermen. person for a man refiner's praise were flattering My wife's visit to Bath bad touched her resource? "Public business must be done

-Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That evo- Yet if this mighty Iris opulence was fatalto with a new sense of necessity of foreign by public men" submitted, like one going
fo vanity
r* citizen m apprehend any person or persons my The liveries, 'equipage, and elegance to English perfection; and the to tine block. A miserable week was
of colour found at large, playing the my peace.of Mr. Molasses disturbed my most accomplished emlgree that Paris ever spent>> in a perpetual tumult of preparation

fiddle,beating a drum or making any other banquets and new dinner of polished luckily drooped in her way at the and while mYlbow1 carriages horses,jave-
noise by which the peace and quiet of tho wife's pillow; every in absolute .lin-men and dinners
turned our bread into bitterness moment when she was despair! only laid-up a store
inhabitants may be disturbed,after bell-ring, three courses of seeing tier daughters ever posses the .of bilo in th bosom, of tjerjJ prtdeeeeItC
'aid by taking said person or persons before ,
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Slae( the Mayor and lloard:: -of Ahkra tho Privy Of the} hoii so they inhabit\
whose finance mtelrt leas affofd tho'nc t pany shall bo incorporated( during-ijs cxistoncc : Oilu
,of thu City of Key West have every two weeks, and, every person failing
sary display, I could have.wis1icJ ,tho Whole is tinconstilutional. Congress }having men
the following or refusing to comply wit
ceremony at"the bottom of the ocean. Ino power (thus to limit ,legislative acts decmH yheir duty to pass Iitheprovi.insni
"* this Ordinance shall be
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ordirianets fined !
t
the
To thlnj&hbwevcr/lhereisarvend If\..end of its successors. sum of
; '
r Sec I. Do it ordained by'.the Mayor Two} Dollars for each oflcncn.
and a contested election, and a winter tn That the clause limiting the, amount of

i London, having exhausted all my patience banking capital in tho District of Colombia nnd Aldermen of the City 'of Kel\\1\*r, .Sec 2. Be it further ordained, That.: it

and nearly the whole of 'my property, I determined : is alike ttnconxtitLfional, inasmuch as That from and after the passage of this or-& iltsI1I1Wli 'th duty of every hotisc-kecpor it,

: to fly, to Switzerland', to be nobody, it is attempted to amcnd the constitution by dinaiiceU shall bo boar of the Health\ keep the yards utid., enclosures under tlie.r;.

to be good fur nothing,.and) to bo happy legislating on the subject. Officer of the Tort to each and every control and ,ihefprivys.and other ont-hou! .
That a bank might he formal so as to be vessel arriving here, as soon as may be, and cs in them, clean and .nrgoodpr; also

free frum all these difficult and objections with a view to occasion! as !little. delay as it shall be the duty! of'.the, Cty Marshal, !ut r

POLITICAL. ; and that the Executive, if lie had (jMwsiblc- inspect such vessel and her least once every month, to "Jlt? the ("ndqsurus ? )
Iiaro and should such vessel be in a condition of all houses! the of
been applied to, would : presented a crew,- City ,Key'West 1,
THE BANK-BILL VETOED.. profile of such! a bank. to require it, or any of her crew l la and see that the same are clean,. *nd t ihr}.
.
The tncssageoff the President to the Senate That the. present agitated state,of the nation bour under an infectious or contagious disease outhouses in good order, nnd \rlirnevcrlic

I refusing his assent to the Bank Bill, I is to be asciibcd to the legislation of fie shall quarantine such vessel, or as shall find any filth or dirt which fie may

t occupied more than an hour in reading. i Congress, which )has Under! to array one many of her crew and frrsuch a time as he deem prejudicial the health of the City,

Among the objections which ho urges to it, section of the country against another section may deem necessary. he shall notify the person or persons occupying
; we oiler a fcw taken from the notes made ; and that it is now time to pause: find Sec. 2. Be it further ordained a* aforesaid the enclosutc?, or having tho controT

j' during its reading. I endeavor to compromise those conflicting That no vessel arriving here, from and of the same, to remove the said! filth imme

i lie asserts, at the outset, that Congress interests, thus brought in collision., after the passage of thisotdinauce, shall bo diately, and upon 1 failure of the person aforesaid -

I't are not authorised by the constitution to The above is a brief epitome of the principal permitted to approach the city until boarded to remove said filth, it shall be tlnj

grant such a charter a3 the existing bank objections:: urged by the president against and inspected by the Health Officer; duty of the Marshal to have the same removed .

possess; or such an ono as that which is the proposed act of incorporation| nnd-should any captain or commander of at the cost of the person liable to

presented for his approval.That -= any -vessel! approach.said city without per- remove the same, and every person failingor
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tho proposed bill is subversive of THE GAZf 'l"I'E. mission from said officer, or should he land refusing to remove any dirt or fillh! \\liru

the rights of the people, and dangerous to any pers'MI or permit any person to go onboard required by the City !Marshal' shall, in addition
liberty. of such vessel without such permis- to the costs of removing the
their KEY {{'RSlWEDNESDAY : same 1 ,
'I That it contains none of those modifications sion he shall be liable to a, prosecution on be subject to a fine of five dollars, and costs.I
AUG. 1. 1832. behalf of the said for a sum not ex
city
which he considers in- Sec. 3. Be it further ordained That
alterations
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e- -- MII f '; ''y ivqj-v." ""- v- ceeding three hundred dollars.! when which be
privy erected
dispcnsably necessary any may uponany ;
\\1 t bII'On,1'ANT.-WO arc informed that Sec. 3. Be it further ordained That '
'J'hntho present bank has engrossed the a lot within the limits of the City, and

j foreign and domestic exchange of Ihe oull- Contract has been entered into by the Post should any person or persons, violation shall, fiom its situation, or the manner iy
Master General fur the of the true intent and meaning of this ordinance which the is
fry, and that tho proposed charter does not regular transportation same kept, become generally
t restrain the company from continuing to of a Mail between this place and Charleston approach near to, or go on board offensive, it shall be deemed! a nuisance,

do so. once a month TheMaii will leave of any vessel! arming at this port, or land ..and tho owner, or occupant: of the lot, or

t I That to grant the charter, on the terms Charleston on the 1st day of every month I fiom the same until such inspection as aforesaid the ]person having the control thereof, ciialtremove
the stock has been made arid! permission: given, the same to such place in the
is gratuity to present said
proposed, and !Key West on the lath. This
arrange-
than he or t they shall be liable to a prosecution premises, as the Mayor of the
holders of tho Bank of more scrcn Corporationand :
ment will commence on the 15th of
August
I behalf of said for not
on city any sum ex- two other members deem
millions of dollars. may most
instant when a Mail will be despatched for three hundred dollars and be
j ceeding -
of the quarantined and the refusal failure
That this sum must come out earnings proper, upon or of
Charleston. at the discretion of the said Health such to remove the it shall
of the people directly or indirectly. person sane, h:
That the whole amount of the capital to -c+e>- Oflkrr and the Mayor of the city. lawful for the City Marsha), to remove rIm
I' U. S. BASS HILL VETOED.-The Bank Sec 4. ne it further ordained That it"
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samoat Iheexpcttse of the
lie giantod l ((0 the stockholders! say twenty- party refusing,
) Gill, sa passed by the Senate and House of shall be the duty of all pilots when they
eight millions of dollais: would immediate I and the person so refusing shan;I.J( fined the t

ly sell in market: for fifty per cent advance, Representatives, has!! been returned hy Pre. speak Vl'SSCldrJopnd to this )port, or passing sum of Five Dollars.

find consequently, the value of.the mono sident Jackson with a refusal of his assent through any of the channels: thereof, to ascertain Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any

; poly \\0\)1\ll1ot be less than fourteen millions to its provisions,-and we arc happy tq hear previous to their going on board person subject to this: Ordinance, and failing -
such vessel whether there, be sickness
any to comply with the
sam or refusing
of Collars.: it. We publish: in our paper today summary ;
stockholders of the disease among the persons board; and to costs or fine in '
ThaindividualJ\ not of !his arguments againt the Hank- pay any conscqucnru
I Bank, have: offered( to take the charter, on This matter has been prematurely brought further, to ascertain whether the Chglcra or thereof, execution may bo issued again

much better terms for tho government than other contagious disease prevailed at the them, by H.e Mayor as in case of judgment?.
before with view ,
Congress a to '
operate upon from which said vessel last sailed
those on'which it proposed tit reicvv it, port or Passed 23 April, 1832.
the next Presidential election; and it has touched at during her and should
and that there is no justicein this course. voyage; O. O'JJAJIA, Jllaflor.A1rx.txDL1r .
f! That( Congress ought thcicfore to sell to been the am of certain: political aspirants such be the case, or should there bo any : PAT TKJISON, Clcri.ORD1NANCENa. :

J the highest bidder the$28,000,000 of stock. to throw eves y obstacle in the way of the sickness disease on board the said vessel,
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That( if the Bank has been, well managed Administration, ,and to defeat the reelection the said pilot shall not go aboard of such .2. t
in its of Andrew Jackson. It is vessel, but shall piccede her with his boat,
the winding up con gratifyingto .
pressuro To
regulate Streets and removetions ol.tlru
and khow her the the
cerns, will be light. If badly managed, the see the "man of the people's choice" : way to quarantine from the same.
of the will be the fault of boldly steering the rocks and quicksand ground. And should such pilot (board any
severity pressure
among Be it
I such vessel, he shall: forfeit his branch and Sec. 1. ordained: by the Mayor and
tho bank and they must bo responsible for it. !!, which have been cunningly spreadin be quarantined at the discretion of the Mayor Aldermen of ihe City of Key 1Vest l, in Council -
the bill
; That the modifications, present his path, and with a firmness which is and Health Officer and should assembled! and it is hereby ordained by
; any captain
such muko it consis-
to
contains,are not as worthy of all commendation, throwing him. pr commander of such vessel refuse to the authority aforesaid, That no heusi', '
of the
tent with the rights or liberties people. self between the people and a set of inter. state, pr conceal from uch pilot the true building or enclosure! shall remain or en-

the State ested legislators. condition (If said ,'csdd.lul those on board, croach, upon any lrrctand CAfry such obstruct -
That tho 4th section secures to
ion be
ebalj deemed nuisance
-or whether he has sailed from touched
or -
1\nn\rQ.the t n, .y\ privilege.. .", --J or\payill.wI U'J !' I to rem Ihe.Uni In un- --' -A" ..!' ,! :.:. at ray curb infected port, dr has been Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That

current branch notes, but does not secure alike l'\i\ rtxbnllrr'L" : : iHHirdud during his iJo "'ftro"'t'Otn on uuul _I..... ..nyfiir;
t ] privilege to private citizens, and that INTELLIGENCE.: of any vessel infected" with any such contagions be obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint of

j this Is a most odious feature in the !bill. |: disease, he shall<
That tho 9th section, in tho proposed PORT OP KEY WEST. on behalf of said city for any sum Aldermen, it hall be the duty) of said board

bill, is worse in principle than tho present not exceeding tb.ce hundred dollars. to appoint fit and proper persons to examine

bank, inasmuch as it requires that tho names ARRIVED' SINCE OUR LAST, 3. Be it further ordained, That it shallbe and report to them, if the'said ob)ruc-

j of the stockholders should be returned to the duty of all pilots to communicatethe lion ought to be removed, cad if the removal
of the several States July 27. Spanish Schr. Tcmcridad, Bal- existence of this ordinance to the of thesnmcis recommended t '
tho Treasurers re. dez, Bahamas, salt.' Captains hyVsaid
spectivcly, whereby they would be subject tpanish8chr. San Fernando, Godot, do. or commanders of all vessels which persons, tho Mayor shall ordry triO samc.to

to a local.taxation of one per cent l per ..an.nmn. 31. Ship Gen. Hand, Drothcrion, DaRk they may speak or go on board of boundto be removed by the owner or 'occupant of

to which, tax foreign stockholders more. this port, or through any of the channels said building, and a copy of such-order.
would not bo subject; thus rendering the CLEAHED. thereof; in default whereof and on shall be by the City Marshal'served l upon

stork in tho hands of, the foreigners worth July 27. Sloop Mary Ann, Ximonos! fla. behalf slid city, they shall be liable to a the owner or occupant of suclf building. L

ten or fifteen per cent mote than ill the New Aug.Orleans.1. Slip Gcq. Hani, Brotherton. prosecution for any sum not exceeding three Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, 'I 1 lint if .

hands-of American citizens. > hundred 'dollars. the owner or occupier of the! said building

That the western States, owning a small ---.- .__:._- See. G. Be it further odained, That the shall fail or refuse to rcm'oIIIC, same after

portion only of ihe-sfock of tho bank, and NEW AIV'ERTISEMENq'g.' quarantine ground be abreast of and to the the service notice as aforesaid, it shall

having a 1arge.Q.l1\oun\ tho capital loanedto westward of tine! Mangrove Key, in the up- be tho duty of the City Marshaland: ; he fa

their people,.it operate as a continual Notice per part of the harbour( of Key West, known hereby authorized to have the said honso

drain upon those State, for their specie to as Fleming's Key. or building, or any nuisance, removed from

pay the:,dividends! on the, stock; a burthen Sec. 7. Be further ordained, That the the Street or Square, and the expense of
which the-westcrn people cannot long bear. persons of Michael having claims DA'ainst'tliCestate (boat of the HeallhOflicer shall bo designated removing the same slmll-tjft l13il1 by tire
Mabrity,
That most of,tho stock J jyouhl leave the arc required to present them to the deceased subscriber by a yellow flag at the bow; and that person owning occupying such building,

United States; and that from two (to foe duly authenticated within the time any person exhibiting such flag with a viewto and for the amount thereof, exaction may

rnillipnsof dojlais,would be annually sent prescribed by law, or they will be forever defeat tile object of this: ordinance, be issue as in case of judgments

to Great .Britain to pay tho dividends to barred. Those indebted to the estate are liable to a prosecution on behalf of said Passed'28 April, 1812.
;
their stockholders.. requested to make immediate payment. city Tor any sum not exceeding three hun- O. O+IIAR Mayor.
t "'. II. WALL Adm'r. dred dollars.; AiEXANDcn: PATTERSON Clerk.
That ns only small portion of the stock : ,
would remain i in the country, the directors Key-West, July C, 1832.LIST Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That all -

and their friend would! monopolize{ it, and penalties incurred by a violation of any of
would\ bo enabled to select themselves OF LETTERS the provisions! uf tins ordinance! shall} be ORDINANCE. 3.

tWin year to year, and their interests thus Kcmaining the Post Office at Key West prosecuted for by the Mayor or Mayor pro. To prevent the running at large of Swine or .

become identified with the interests of for. on the 1st July, 1832: tern of this city, before any Court having Goats Key West.within tho Corporation limits of
of the same.
eigners. Wm. S. Brown, Robert Kin cognizance Be it ordained the
and Aldermen
That ho Bank forth Old 0, Be it further That this by Mayor
I : might put toslrciigth Edward 1' Dunce Morgan P.; ordained ordinance of the City of Key West in"12ouncil
J at elections,and ruin those; who were not C. Biishnal, James Powers shall be in full force from and after
assembled
and
it is
-subservient to.its views. John Eden lloracef.13awJer,2 the period of three days from! the passage : hereby ordained by
the authority of the the r
That in case of war, thus organized: it Wm. English: Samuel Sauoderson, and publication of the same; and that all this same, That after
passing of ordinance all Swine fouml
would be more formidable and dangerousthan Richard Fitzpatrick G William :Srnitl ordinances, and {parts of ordinances, here- ,
Robert Fitzpatrick, Wm. A. Sharpe, running at large in any of the streets, or
tbe fleets and armies of a foreign ene tofore passed, conflicting with the,provisions
John within the
Henry Goddard 4 Sullivan hereof be corporation limits of Key West,
and tho
Willoiifrhby Hodges Francis \Vatlin lon 2 same arc hereby re shall be taken into the possession of the Ci-
myTh
at tho ownership of stock, aioud! !ho Wm. K. Iloxie, Hezchiah Wood pealed. Marshal
.exclusively confined td Americans' and that: Win. R. Hackler.II. Approved 24th July, 1032. ty and the owner or owners thereof !:

stock owned by Aliens should' bo forfeited. S. WATERHOUSE, P. nt.CI'T'Y O. O'HAI.1'rapor., shall pay -to His Treasurer bf the Corps ,
ration tho SUn of One Dollar for each and
That the decisions oldie Supremo Court, + Alexander Patterson, Clerk.ORDlN'ANCENo.. I ,
as to the constitutionality of'the Bank, are ORDINANCES. every hog; sow or swine so found running

not to bo considered as conclusive;so long 1. at large, belonging to him,her, or them,ana
the OHot'JANCE-r\o.: 12. on their failing so to do on notification the
as they are tin/satisfactory to people. .To Nuisances
prevent in the City of
Key Marshal l is said
hereby directed to cause the
That theofllcersof the government must Establishing Quarantine Regulations for West.
decide for themselves: under their oath ofoflceUtotheconstitutionality the Port of Key: Wftjt: hog, sow or swine, to be sold at public out-
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayorand cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting
; of l particu Whereas it has been considered highly; important Mermen of tbe of
City! Key West,in Council the expenses incurred by him, and
lrir"measures. in nil well regulated' communities assembled and it is the
above
hereby ordained 10111
head
by specified
sum
That congress, the President, and the to prevent the introduction of infec. tho j per ,
1\ authority of the
That
same tbe
from and pay over to owner or owners thereof.
Courts, must each decide for themselves bolus or contagious disease, and whereas after tho

I \,!. 'Tint; section 21, in tho existing Bank the disease called) the) Indian Cholera it shall be passing the duty of of this all house Ordinance.-keep, Goats Sec. 2. De it further ordained, That thn all!
within
,!barter which !provide, that: no other coin- has wado its apprannro in the United; en, to run at l least one peck! (If Limo into j limits: of caught the City running, without at large being hobbo1|


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to as to prevent, their jumping, from and t of tin-J City of Key Westiu: Council Sec 1. lie, it oral\ llOJ: l hy't alto i Itfnjor: t tliall lo, in fun force and_operation n regards

after the second day of May, shall oo shot sembled, and it is therefore' ordained by/ and Board of ..Aldermen of the City such slaves' and nil such; remedies ns are

by Iho City Marshal, or any person authorized the: authority aforesaid, That all Vessels of Key West ff That any master of a provided In said section Aforesaid,..shall_and.

J by him.Passed of Wa shall be subject the following vessel wishing Pilot 'into the Port ,r Key may be punu'd"ton'ard., such slaves,
vSrc. 9. He it redained'That ft tax
28 April. 1032. of ', I West shall if Branch Pilot be
rates pilotage: spoken by a of one half of one per centum be, and the
O. O1IAUA, Mayor." Sec l. All Vessels of War per foot I compelled to take 'him; and J ho, id hereby same is hereby. laid on all improved real estate .
ALt: Asnrn FATTKKSOX, Clerk. \ : dratvingband not more than 14 required fo discharge tuiy other person who in said city; and one half of one per

: feel, : i : ;2 00 may ]have offered Ins services to pilot said centum on all unimproved: real estate ,m
ORPINANCE-Nn 4. Drawing 14 nnd not more than vessel into this harbour, without paying him said city-Provided, !/aid unimproved real

t \ To Tax PcJlnrs' and Transient Traders. 18-feel, : : : 2 25 for the same; and should] the master: of estate shall not be valued at more than

Sec. I. Bo ft ordained, by the l\Inyorand Drawing 18 and not over 21 t feet, 2 CO said vessel refuse '*o do so, and persist: in Twenty-five Dollars per acre; which said

Aldermen of tlio City of Key: West l, in Council Over 21 feet, : : : 3 00 keeping thf said Unauthorised person onboard value real, ns estate well of, shall improved be estimated an of unimproved and as*

assembled nnd it i is hereby ordained by Sec. 2. All Merchant Ves- per foot. ho shall be liable to pay the full amount ocssf d on oath by two disinterested persons

the authority aforesaid, 'hat any person fcls l drawing 5 nod not over IS of pilotag fQ( the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Hoard.

? coming within the limits of the City of feet, shall pay : : gl I 50 I. speaking him. Sec. 10. Do it further ordained, That nil

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

Island and havinca 1l Store therein, who shall All over 1 l&nnd not above 1C feet, 2 25 Pilots boarding any! vessel bound into the shall, after giving twenty days notice to that

sell or dispose of any good, wares or merchandize All above 10 feet shall 2 50 Port ol Key West shall shay to the master effect! to the owner, or owner, or agent of

except live stock and poultrv, Sec. 3. Vessels arriving pay or departing of' the came big Branch,, nnd shall also Bitch estate, be sued for by the' said Marshal
within tbo limits of the City aforesaid, shall, spew of he before the said Mayor or Mayor pro tem.
( to
through Iho North West Pas- a copy regulations relating by proper action, together with the costs for
before he proceeds to vend or dispose of sage, and: drawing 4 feet or up. Pilot*. serving such notice.Sec .

the same, pay to tho Treasurer of the City, wards, except such as are hereinafter Passed June 1C, 1832. .11. He it (LIrthcr1ot'l1ained, That
Ten Dollars, and obtain from the Clerk of P. C. CJUEENE P. T. ]
mentioned, shall pay 2 00 Mayor such assessors shall, for their services, in estimating -
the City, a License specifying tho object All vessels bound through the! north West Alexander Patterson, Clerk nnd assessing aforesaid, receive

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

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That a- purpose of landing: passengers, letters, or ORDiNANCF..to. !'. in the Treasury of said city not otherwise

fly person coming into tho Turn's, of KeyWest obtaining supplies of provision, wood or An ordinance to'raise a rcvdhuo in and for appropriated.Sec. .
whomay (b<' subjcrftn'this Ordinance water, shall depart \viiboutbting subject to the City of Key Wcit.Sec. 1?. 11 o it further ordained, That

4nd fail to comply with the first lhe above ordinance,,unless the Master of 1. Bait' ordained by the Mayor and where any owner, otvnersor agent of any

section thereof, shall: be fined Twenty Dol the said vessel shall request Pilot to take Hoard of ,AMcpncn of ,the City of Key improved or unimproved real estate, who
oath
shall before the !
tars, to be recovered before the Mayor. of such vessel West, That fn\m and after the first day of on Mayor and Aldermen
charge and take her out
over say that his estate has been too highly
June,ticxtvUshall and he lawful for
Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That a- the Bar; t for which $services he shall receive and may assessed, it hall be the duty of said Mayor
qVcry being a citizen or in
flY person"who; may have his good wares the usual rates of Pilotage. AlIl'llot.Hh.! any habitant Key person West aforesaid to keep and Aldermen, or a quorum of the Hoard,

\ merchandise fold" or disposed of by nny I tamed on board of any vessel, bythe request open'b bah t'i1y any billiard room or rooms, to proceed forthwith to assess such estate,
person! established and doing :business as a of her shall for which assessment shall be final.
commander, receive to! retail dry jjoods or groceries, or both, to
Commission Merchant in the City of Key each and every daya! :I services Tltrpc Dollars l- sell ( ooi'fl t, ,on commission, or when appointed Passed May CI, 1032.

";Vest, hall be exempt from tho piovisiondf per daj', over and above\ his. pilo'age.: by the Governor of Florida, by auction, Alexander Patterson O. O'HAUA, Mayor.

this Ordinance. fishing: Smacks and WietkingVs: cl",i witlu i the !limits of said city, upon rrccjv- Clerk.
Passed 13 April, 032. frig a lirem'cto<< such effect under the hand -
shall not be to this ordinance.
O. OIIAUA subject bud' alcal"r ili(5; Clerk for tic time being of OJlhJNAl'\CE-No. 10.
.1r'Wor.ALEX.
t Sec. 4, Be it lintll(>ordained, That any said city "hfis( hereby authorised nnd re- Concerning Dogs. ,
1'A'I'1'.rItSlcd.
\: 1Jr.i ; : 1 vessel having passed ,the Buoy on the Bar quired i Uuctic] anie; iru1cr conditions Sec. 1. Be it ordained by tho Mayor and
I ,Qlttl l provisions hereinafter, set forth.
of the North West Passage before :
having:
Board of Aldermen of the
'OnDI the \o. 5.Yor See. 2. DC it further ordained, That city of Keyl'est,
lcen.bcardcd be obliged
aPdotrshall
preventing the imrodnction of Chotcra by not ) previous to Uio issuing of any such l licence That fiom and after the passage of this act, ,
into the of Weft. to take the same; but in case a tgees a-i tho owner of found} within
City Key Jilicrcin contemplated Grid directed, the every dog or dogs,
Whereas certain disease' known the on board by the request of, her CliP the of said
a by party'appljinp: for the 5Jmehalt pay or precincts city, hall bo taxed
jtnmc. of Indian: Cholera, at'present lire- lain: then he shall rcccithe: usual pilot- cause to.he,pgtd unto Iho, said Clerk for the for the same and everyone of the same, at

:railing in the Northern parts of Europe, ago. use of the sad\ city, tile Mim or coins following l the rate of one doltar for every male and

of the'mos't'fetal t character, and sis such ,Sec. L, Be 'further ordained, That atl! to wit: ;1.en Dollars for every Dillianl three dollars for every female-to bo applied

disease may be introduced into our own vessels (bound into the Port of Key Wi-si, Table'r1cS; .for the retailing of dry goods orgro."i to the use of said city of l\ey'Vest. I
Ten oUars-anll if both, Fifteen I
port,' by, vessels! trading with'that quarcr and spoken! by a Pilot-Boca Chica beui- J)Dollars for filing goods by (auction on (lie. : Sec. 2. Be it further ordaimul l, That all (
of Iho' Globe, ing North, or North-11'esterly, shall pay full gross ,Rinoipt4: | t>f sales one quarter of one '
persons owning any dog or dogs, shall
Bo it therefore ordained pilotage, at the same' rates n* though she ,
Sec. 1. by per cqntnm: ; .l1rnl each and every commission! within tho of three aficr tho
flays
',ae! Mayor anti Aldermen of the City of had Ian brought irfovrr the main Ship merchant shall pay the sum of Fifteen Dollars of space this
Key Wcs', That aH vessels} arriving from Channel liar All' vessels arriving and} not 'par<< annwn.Sec. rmsago net, pay to dip Marshal of ,.
the said of West the :
ports or: places! where the enwl Jif ease'exists, having been spoken by a Pilot before passing 3. Deft; farther ordained, that any theist city section Key this fax require
the above limit : and every person keeping open any billiard by .of act, and take hid
shall ha taken by the Pilots <;f the Port named and being 3
room, or rctaUtiig goods or rccoipt for the same and iho Clerk of said
t any dry groceries ;
miles from the House West
I board the Light on Key
without UK-IT..going.on to Quarantine ,
orsc'ling any goods in said city either city is hereby required lo grant a license
Ground northward: and westward phall only bo subjec: to pay half pilotagoj:
auction commission
by : as merchant,without nny applying l for tho same his
of Flemings Key, there ((0 remain under hilt if not spoken until after pa sing the having fit obtained n license for such being person shown tho receipt of t thin} Marshal, on for

the direction .of tho Mayor of the (1t}",and aforesaid( limits, in tint: case she shall be purpose, bal| beand ho hereby made liable the tax for which license tht? Clerk shall

JJdlth: Officer ofthc Pr.rt.Sec. exempted frompsyingnny pilotage; _to forfeit! arid pay forcverysucli act, and ;and receive
llio further
2. Be it further ordamcJ,. Tliat 'Sec. 6. Tic it "further ordained, Thai all for every repetition of the same, the sum of charge and sum of fifty
the conditions
"iTifly: Oullarstu bo sued for and recovered cents: required by this
.
hilo it shall bo thought : by the verseN I arriving through the Wcsf Pas and :
necessary ,
with of before act been with the
acts ,.suit the Mayor !Mayor having complied' ,
{person i isocomplyingshall
said Health Officer that such,vessel l the East end of he hocks the! Westward
: : or vessels ( Dry to : pro,:,teip., 'of said city-one half to the bo authorised to allow
shall: l perform fnUllH} : : i 11;e,no intrrcour of Sand 1y,bearing south-vvest,shall use of the informer or informers.-the re. his dog or dogs to run at largo/ ,in the streets

win I ever shall bo held wiibtho City or Island pay: full pilotage, 1)11if\ not spoken until 'mainin hairto'ihe use of said city.Fee. for the 1\f18t"eof one year.
of West but and '- : 4.. lie it nirtherordalncd That o .
Key by permission passing the aforesaid milts, and beingtkarc j nothing
.
1 Mndflr thc diiectiv ln of ho Mayor; and .. TivJeg fwxji Key West Light;nnIj1iaf'f in this act contained shall be so,con. Sec. 3. Be it furtlicr ortVmcd, That tho

Health Officer, and all persons: who shall pilotage shall !be recovered, but if spoken: structcd as loItc"en the I keeping 'open of Marshall of aim city of Key West is rcquircd << ;

hold intercourse with such vessel l or vessels, alter passing tire Tiforesaid limits, shall be any billiard{ room after eleven o'clock on to kill and destroy allxlogs running at

withotU first obtaining said! permission, shall exempted from 1aJing pilotage.See. Saturday the Sabbath.evenings or at any ,time during large in the streets-tho o1\'ncrs of which

t>c liable] to perform the same quarantineasnny 7. Bo it further ordained, That all Sec. &. IJc it further ordained, That all have not complied Whit tile foregoing provisions

bo imposed: upon the vessels and car- Pilots! who shall bring a vessel'into this Port licenses issued as aforesaid shill immediately o'f this act, and 'he shall receive the

goo. shall\] be entitled to carry her out, unless the take effect, and be in force for tIle sum of fifty cents for each and every dog

Sec 3, Be it further ordained, That Ibis commander can f:1Icgood and sufficient! space of one year from the first of Jjme so destroyed.Sec. '

Ordinance shall remain in full force; until. cause to the Conlmr)'. Any vessel arrivingat next; and that for every viicli license no issued 4. Be it further ordained, 'I'llafnb
this Board this Port without Pilot shall have liberty the said Clerk shall receive the sum
without
expressly repealed by a of Two Dollars for his person residing the limits of tho
Pavc4. 28 April, 1832. to depart without a Pilot, unless the Sec. G. Re it'further own ordained use. That from city of Icy.Wcst, shall hermit his dog or

O. O'HARA, .1III/or. I Captain should wish O(}<>. ,and after the said first day of June next, all dogs to run at largo j in din streets of raid;

I :\tr.x.1\ r.a PATTEUSON, Clerk. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That free negroes and mulattoes, of whatever, city without first complying with the requisitions

each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or cause to be paid unto the City } of this nct; any dog or dogs .

ORDINANCE-..No,
An Ordinance to prevent Ole shooting of and Aldermen, and before he obtain per mulatto after notice given: fo the owner thereof, by

Kire-Arrns, &c. uithin the' limits of the. such, he, the said applicant, shall undergo of thesagcofuifteenyearsorover& ; ana any"officer 'tit- die Corporation 'or member
City eCKey West. for everysuch negro or mulatto under fif
an examination before a competent Committee t thereof.
Soc. 1. Bo it ordained by tho Mayor teen yean of age'antI over ten years, Die ?
to be constituted by the Board, to of ll vvhole .Sec. 5, Be it further ordained That
and Aldermen of Ito Oily of Key West, Mini Fifty"cents-per annwn- e _. ,
in Ccnncila-spemMecl and it h IwYfby examine such ltl'lirantnntI if be be found to be received die uc of said city-for Ordinance No. 8,. passed May 6, 1832, t bo
,
or- competent, it shall be the duty of the Clerkto which the said Marshal sWllgive to all such and the same is hereby repealed.
uaincd the afnresaid That
by authority : jt grant a Branch to such applicant, and negrocs! and mulattoes' a good and sufficient Passed Juno 16, 1832. .
hall l.c lawful for within
; not anv person receipt, which shall an a license for
the said Branchshall bosigredhylheMayor operate
'he l limits'of the which limits shall P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. T"
City, ( for which the. applicant shall to the one year from the first day of Juno next;
pay Patterson
Alexander Clerk.ORDINANCfiNo.
construed far Elizabctlvstreet and default of .
such
) as extending as rs in negroes or mulattoes
Corporation, Five Dollars, and one Dollarto ......
,) the Clerk: it shall l Ioe required of each
of description whatever or to dis the provisions of the first clause of this sec | 1.
tiny ,
and very Pilot, before .ho receives 'his or tion, tho :Marshal of said after
cracker other fire workswhatever city giving Sec. 1. Be it ordained
chargeany : or by the Mayor and
their Branch, to give good security in tie five days notice thereof, shall attach the bodies -
: and any person violating the 1 Board of Aldermen of "tho city! of Key
sum of One Thousand Dollars,for tho faithful of such negroes or mulattoes, and advertise .
provisions of this ordinance: shall he fined I performance of his or their duty) as and sell the said negroes or tnulat- West, That the Marsha I '! 'of the said city

1'ive Dollars for each and every offence, I Branch Pilot toes for such n period and for such an amount shall! collect all sums of money due to the

and upon failure to pay the same, shall beimprisoned :I Sec. 0. Be it further ordained That if as will pay and satisfy the taxes hereby imposed said city, whether for taxes or otherwise,

: not cxcpcjjiug ten days .I Pilot shall bring in or out of upon them, together with the reasonable within sixty days after they shall hate become

Sec. 2, Be it further ordained, 'That if any thi.3 Port afl'cssd or vessels carry fur a less costs of such attachment; and for so due, and shall pay over to the Treasurer
JOY free negro, or mulatto shall fire oil'or \ doing, be shall in every such case receive sum than he is lawfully entitled! to, to the over and above for his, own services, from by
discharge any firearms, or discharge any him, before the expiration) of one month
prejudice of any other Pilot, be or they, on such free negro or mulatto tho sum of Two
crackers or any other fircworkshatcver, i conviction thereof, shall furft-ilam! pay to Dollars tab be taxed in his billet cents. after the receipt of the same, taking the r&-

contrary to this ordinance, he or they so offending I he Corporation, Twenty Dollars, over and Sec. 7. Be it further ordained That every ceipt of tIle Treasurer for the amount 00

for the first otllnce shall be fined above what the pilotage shall amount to, such free negro or mulatto, so advertised paid over, which receipt shall i bo requiredof

Five Dollars!! ; and upon failure or refusal toay and all controversy in Itatlon{ to any part of.. and sold, shall for the time being be 'coo. him as a voucher on the settlement of

tlie Fame, ho or they shall receive twenty this Ordinance shall be decided the I sidcrcd tbe property of the purchaser. his accounts.
by Sec. 0. De it further ordained tie
That
lashes; and for the second offence, hear : however to to Sec 5. Be it further ordained That the
Mayor, subject, an appeal owner, or owners, or agent of slavo ,
I every
'flipy'' shall receive thirty-nine lashes, and (he Board of Aldermen.Sec. shall, on-or before the said first day of J nee Marshal of the said city shall be the person ,

tbn same for each: oflbnco thereafter.See. Ii 10. Be it further ordained, That I next pay to tCe said Marshal for every such authorised to give receipts to any person or

3. Belt further ordained, That any any person subject to this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen year and under persons, who may bo indebted to the said

person giving information of a violation of failing to comply with the same, or refusing fifty, twenty-five cents-to be applied to city in any sum of money, whether for tax
th'tf ordinance: ball to entitled to one haWthla'moniea 'to costs or fire in ; and fur tbe use of said city-for which the Os, fines, or in any other manner; and such
any consequence
pay
collected of die per oueo ofTen thereof execution be issued against aid Marshal,is hereby required and\ direct. receipts of the Marshal shall Im the only
,
may ed to give a sufficient receipt which said re.
'liJ1 them by the Mayor, as in" case of a judg Ccipt shall operate as a license for the pen evidence of payment required of any per.'son .
Passed: lath April, 1&32.I ment. I od of one year from the first of June next indebted aa aforesaid.

O. O'JJAR.41lclJor.. Passed for the ot such slave Sec. 3. Be it further
30th April, 1832.O. keeping or slaves and ordained, That ,
Alexander. Patterson,Clerk... O'HARA, Mayor.AiKX.M in Gale the,said owner owners, or agents the Marshal shall receive five per centumon
,
>En PATTEESOX, Clerk. rt,/ such slave or slaves shall refuse or neg the amount of all sum so collected by .
ORDINANCE-No. 7, lect to comply with the provisions of this him,
If'CtioO. the said Marshall shall proceed in .
To regulate the, Pilotage for the Port of I SUPPLEMENTARY an Ordinance regulating the manner directed in the foregoing section fassed June 1C, 1832.

Key. West. Pilotage for tie Port
JJe it ordained by tbo'Mayor and Aldermen i Wrtt, in; section are hereby declared, and they : Alexander Patterson, Clark '. ,

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-.. ; :THE CI'l'GAZ TTE, I subscriptions remit the money nt tiara
pnosP LCTU less formidable':than fye certainly of being ADVERTISER. risk of the Publishers, at tlo time of or
DAILY
,or *arctS'li'ATL trampled those with whom we have con- ;I.(D COMMKRCIAt Liter dering the .It is expected that
Science, ; i paper. they
ItKillTfl AND FREE "TRADE federated at home 'llcnce Is is vitally iportant -, A Journal. of Commerce, will retain in their hands 10
the Art<
,that the should be au stained < ture and < per cent of
EVENING P031\ which alone can compel power a strictconstructi BY SIMMS & ,DVBVF.A. the amount received, ns aremuncration'fortheir

establishment, in,Charlestonof an of the Charter., That power resides with TilE CITY GAZETTE is one, of tl&o trouble.
THE
Newspaper,'devoted to'tho each State Sovereignty ,It J-s the State oldest existing Journal. in the U. State .,., 1.A Editors of papers with whom ccx,
.
support of their principles, has been deer Iligbtot sovereign interposition to arrelt Under many propnet ..,ttl course Americaand with fe w change, are?requested to give the above an
aod
od expedient by the STATE RIGIITS the usurpation of Federal agents. The cistcncd exceptions, have always been insertion, and theJTavor will bo rcciprocft.
FREE; TRADE PARTY. In pursuant of this right as the conservati I popular. Of late years, from neglect ted. 't ,
of this determination,. TUG E\rENING principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine I more than any other cause,its influence aod 'vv.*, I
'tr\ .
POST wilt be commenced asa Daily Ev ; it is co-eval with our Federal polil,. patronage had( visibly declined. Within tbe Jan. 1st, 1C32 ->>., -,

ping Journal*10 soon a>tho requisite offico and was asserted by its founder and 000- last year however, the present proprietor The article
be completed. il of polic following ,originally,appcal' 7
arrangement can temporary expositors. This principle having entered upon a course ]
The political tenets to which the Eve- the characterIStic feature proudly disti. consistent with tho politics of tho in this paper: We republish ii on account
more
fling Post will he devoted are so (familii i fuishingours from other Republics not Fe South, and !having made numerous additions of having lately seen u copy of it in a Dos.

to this community, have been so long the decal in their elements., In the latter, a to the mechanical Improvement of the; r ton paper, with many errors and inaccura- -

prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is,in fact,by symbol of pub.. establishment by fitting stout in a new and tics in the latitude, longitude, and bcarinc

press-and have been so often and triumphantly lie opinion,is construed; by and varies with handsome type, and on a larger sheet and of Bomo of the Light Houses. It is e\>
vindicated by tho first minds in onr the changing will of a majority ; while ;in : better description of paper than heretofore; dent if this erroneous statement be follow.
State and in the Federal councils, that it it been favored with n.
and have
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, will mislead the
ed it
materially
Mariner
Is deemed unnecessary to promulgate momthan as a permanent rule of action. i. large and proportional increase of patron ,
the following exposition, vhichisoflecd The formal recognition of such a right including subscriptions. ai.d gone .. and so far from being a guide to warn him
,
in lien of a more detailed political erect on the face of the Charter would have beeD ago ral advertising. Within the last jear, thei from danger, will subject him to the very

Free Trade will be advocated as the dic.< .. superfluous,in as much as it resulted nooe!!" i list of patrons has been swollen by an accession .. difficulties against which our publicationwas
fate of an enlightened policy-as a priv sarily from the formation of a compact bitwccn I of more than Three Hundred Citizens .. intended to guard. We advise EditorS -

|lee of the people,which impartial justice independent sovereigns having no to which new names are with littlexception to publish the following, which may be
requires from thalrulers of every cbuntry-I' common umpire. As a feature of our poll almost! daily added. The prc- relied on &.<* accurate:
nnd right,wbtcb,in ours, is guarantee not a to merit that er-
as a ical system, it is of course a political prietorsin order the better
"For the information of Mariners
by the Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary right. Formed for the prota< couragernent, of which, it is equally thei generally
venerated instrument withheld from tLe tion of a 'minority from the usurpations Federal agents the power to protect man the Federal authorities ,themselves ,,:nd has been received, from their friends and ot the Tort,the following schedule of the
facturcs by restrictive duties ; it has bee from the usurpation of a majority exercise fellow citizens-have established in connection '" situation of the Light Houses along the

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through thesubserviency otthose authoritu with their office of business, a-spaciou Florida shore, under his superintendence.

power,and its exercise,involving section the Constitution itself needed protection Reading: Room, in which, the chief Publi Cape Florida Light.-Sationary. Situated .

oppression for sectional aggrandisemen., Reliance for that protection surely wa not Journals find their way and are c'arcfhlly on the south point of Key Biscaj '
liai, necessarily,produced a sectional exas placed in either of the parties against whom filed, from all the States in our Union.- (,
from the
which endangers the permanencof facilities,with. about 400 yards beach 'fh ;
shield. its
Aeration it was provided as a The Suprem This room is free with all
the Union. It il impossible that the injured .-. Court being one of the Federal agents,was out charge, to all patron of the GazetteA Light may be considered 70 feet above the
parties can tolerate legislation so man not, therefore, entrusted with its politic regular weekly Prices Current, in letter level ot tho sea, distant from tho Gulf
irest1yunjllst and unequal in its opcratioi guardianship. Nor could bo engine of tbe form and upon a fine paper suitabl Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing

Without first proving, which is impossible.. majority-the ballot box-have been cot. or correspondence, carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the benefits of the protection arc equally sidcrcd as tho safeguard. 'Tho section: with the most correct estimate of the tru of the Light. Lot. 25 47 N.-Lonn.CO .
apportioned to all the States-it is a gros minority can exert no influence on the representation condition of the markets, and put upon tile 42 W.Light .
absurdity to contend that tho burdens of I of a sactlonal,majority. Tb most advantageous terms to all that como
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, responsibility ofrepresentativcsbutsecure under this classis also issued from the office Ship Florida, is situated on Ca-

it be a tax consumption exclusively, as their fidelity to their respective Constitucnts .. of the proprietors." Their Reading Room, ryford's Reef,near the site of the old) one,

its defenders vainly argue, its operation i ii and the representatives of a minorit I where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 08 N.-Long. 80 27V.. It

yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no can effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons,strangers in the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct
'free people to submit to its unauthorise interest which the representatives of a ma and masters of vessels trading .to this Lights are shown, which can generally be-

exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated.., jority may be compelled by their, constitu port. To the.c improvements! they make seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object -
when it is evident that we are not only arbitrarily cuts to enforce in utter disregard of tlJe daily additions, affording facilities to the is to vessels from the
warn dangerous
taxed as consumers, hut that the Charter. The principle, therefore, is de. man of leisure and business, alike hitherto
inevitable result of the protective system is solating-that the Constitution is at the dis- unknown' SIMMS & DU RYEA, rocks and shoals near which it is placed.

the ultimate ruin of the Southern produce cretion of a majority, and must be quietl<< No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Key Went tight,stands on tho S. West
io the prostration of our agricultural inte surrendered to their wisdom and justice.- (OT Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is in

rest. Besides, except Parliamentary transactions .. Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. '>?2 04 W.;,'erected
There is no solidity in the objection tour < of the two houses of Congress-OH-' Tiifi WEEKLY :eloj KING COURIER for the purpose of'guiding vessels when

resistance, that others are blindly sub... frame of government .rib"where recognize AND K YORK ENQIREU. entering fho Im/bour; the directions for
,pitting to the evils, which are ovcrwhol the consolidating rule that the will of a ma '
follows the
which arc as Bring Light to
ming them in common with ourselves. jority shall govern. The President may be the 28th Jon. inst. {he
On Saturday, N.N.W. and the Sand
bear Key Light to
If .
.This delinquency( |is not our justification. elected by a minority of the people ; a majority
.. of the Morning Courier & N.
and Proprietors W.S.W. and the Reef in
'tf o arc awake to 'the dangers dcgrada of Senators representing States,the bear yon cross
tin of our situation\ ,it behoves us to leave aggregate of whose population arc a minority .. York Enquirer ,intend (niblishing on the about,5 fathoms water; run for Key West

'no effort untried until we shall have repellec: of the whole people, may reject a measure largest folio sheet ever 'lSSUC<', n Weekly; Light until within two miles, then steer 1

,tire invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed by the represent- Newspaper, to contain oil that appears dui.. N.W. until you open Flceming's Key-

Post will therefore, exhort to resistance of tive of tho people in the other House-ant ring the week in their daily paper. It wil which,is Mangrove Island in the Northern

tf>o Tariff, as the most prominent" which enormity has beer vice versa, a bare majority in the other be published on fino paper, with new type, part of the harbor, and then run for it
of that "Ainerican System, House reject a measure passed by the ofaHclag
may and to within the reach -
place The best is in tho of
built tip on the ruins of the Free Systen unanimous voice at the Representatives anchorage upper part
bequeathed ui by our father, and which, if the States in the Senate-The President, a set of the community, it will be alTwdei tho harbour. Height of the Light House

established at the settled policy of the court- ,single individual, may put his veto on the< to subscribers at tho reduced price of three fiom the level of the sea, 03 feet G incll(' .

try, must, in the end, cither sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars per annum, payable always in ad. Light statipntfrv.

oC'Union,or melt down and consolidate th. of the Supreme Court, holding office ranee. Sand Key Light.-Revolving once in
State Sovoieigntios into one limitless,,iris. not by election but by appointment, mat, In consequence of the other Daily tapcrs >> .. 54 seconds. It is the best Light on the
ponsible despotism. Tho Evening Pos set aside the concurrent enactments of in New Yojrk determining not to boan
miles from
fl
coast -S.W. by S. 1-2 Key
Internal Improvement as (in .
and President. Tie
Senate power
jrill House
oppose and receive their Sunday
vessels
news on ,
on the Reef.
of favoritism West tiRht-situ:1tcd Directly
constitutional, as an engine to protect the Constitution could 'not
as a source of sectional robbery, as ere have been rationally intrusted to-the yeti tho Publishers of the Courier & Enquire: Tho Light 70 feet above the sea.
.
ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which tho danger of violatioiwas have lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars Torlvgas Light,-Stationary,-on one
taxation-it will oppose the rechar erin: apprehended. It"woulZ have been indeed in a separate news establishment, consisting of the Dry 'J'orlugaslsJanch., near the t west-

of the United States' Bank, as manifestly. committing the keys of the'house to of one Schooner of ninety tons, ern extremity of he Reef,in Lat. 2-131 N.
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom one of axty ton and the necessary row B3 10 W. '
Long.
of dangerous power; and it will suggested the propriety of locks. 1 he power boats. This establishment i is supported al .
oppose the projected disposition! of the Surplus was wisely left with the several State an annual of Nine Thousand dollars .
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, Sovereignties-and thus not only ,was then expense
hoarded West
and vessels from Europe arc
wholesale bribery, whichh'aJoptcd, will provided<< a delnite rule of,action for the Kcy-
give to oppression a duration cocxistaptwitb Federal Governmentbut a power to Rnder at sea and their news disseminated throughthe

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

Union prescribes the present as tho proper So far as a congeniality views may exist In its politics, the Courier &. Enquirer is WTTT TKTALL takes this opportunity '
informing
TT of
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising in relation; to these principles, the Evening is purely Democratic-adhering to the prin-
stand for the Constitution,before the State the Public, that he has established
Post is pledged( to Rights ciples and usages of the Republican Party,
ho jarring interests of different sections and Free Trade Party;" and as the support ind the re-election of General \ SKUAR MANVFACTORV at Key West.-
are organised against each other in irreconcilable of measures, to bo efficient, must include Jackson advocating the Its columns lie imports/or this purpose, the 'fcry'brst
conflict before, blinded by theirunrighteous hombre aid will be to Presidency.
the support of men. its Tobacco from h arana. .
gains, the consolidation States contributed to extend the are alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
zealously person Segars of the best: quality, and of every
shall regard: undoubted right their undue influence and promote'the political advancement Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the Jescriptron be had establishment..
l1V:1DtaICl-betu: they shall resolve to of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts In ihorals, however, it does may
; All orders in the above line will
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle themselves: to the good cause, which is iden not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Di- O r
that ,public opinion,"or the will of a Lifted with the value of the Umoa, and tke gots,bnt on the ewttraiy, ,inculcates those meet the earliest attention.

majority,is a powerabovc Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its principles of morality and religion only, May 23, 832. 30 tf.
the victim sovereignties in mino-
and before warn co-operation with these will be emlan&ssed -
rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless the pledge to no can- which are formed upon peace and good
by a personal Loggerhead Turtle ShelU
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall lidato for the Presidency, or any otber null to al) mankin\- -thc fruit of which is
rise in dcspotaUonUana abolish a frame of jflice. Idcrance: and brotherly affection' instead of THE subscribers will five a fair price

government too ranch shattered to be recog- In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts 'j>CTSceution for opinion's sake." 500 Ibs. of the above article.

>niscd a% tha| for,which they originally stip.ulated of party,it will DC-the aim of the Eve- Upwards of Font Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.

and,which j jnveterato sectional'lra- ring Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier & Enquirer are published Daity, 'r
tread shall then'ronder: it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and moderation,undor and more than Three Thousand Semiweekly IT. S. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICE .

again to re-eompole and re-edify. The South ho belief that the legitimate ends of news- and in the City of Nevr-York its ,
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, apcr discussion are best subserved by firmness ; TVTORTHEAST I corner of F.A. Browne'eWarchouseup
than
circulation is known to be more an
will be satisfied with"nothing but equality ; without violence, and'zeal without in* Ll stairs.
and it cannot bo denied that by tho Consti- t emperance. With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater thin-any otherraper. Key Nest Feb. 8, 1832. 23 tf
tutiou, even if strictly observed, tho slaveholding ads of opponents, it will exercise right These facts are referred to, as affording .
States are placed at decided disad- of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no the only commentary the Proprietors NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.

vantage. Once leagued fur the resumption part of its career will ever justify the sus can with propriety oflet on the qualityof the case of Joseph Cottrell &c..n
of.rights, they will, mbmlt no longer to a pic ion of its even partial adoption of the in. the matter which will be found in their IN!! bales of cotton, picked up at sea and
system of indirect taxation calculated to. famous maxim,that all is fair in politics" contemplated: weekly publication. ibclled for sal rape in the Superior Court
blind the people to the extent and inequality "hedomestic concern of ournatiye State for the Southern Judicial District of Flon-
It ia intended to publish 17,600 copies
of their burdens-and they will demand watched; and the policy -
rill be carefully after
la, the Court has decreed, that paling
of the first number of the which
*for their labonngclass a representation fully idrocated which shall appear best calcula paper, the costs and of said proseco-
equal to that of the laboring classes of the ed for her 'prosperity, safe, and ccoo mi- will be.distributed in different parts of the ion,one half of the expenses residue of the value of

,, other States. Tho required, concessions cat government country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster .mid cotton (agreeable to the appraisement)
will bo"certainly refused by those by whom While the Evening Post will be devotedo in the United States, in order that be t paid to the said Cottrell ti Co, for their
the Union i.regarded but as a bargain estU the promulgation of the political faith' set a of the be salvage on the tame; And that tie Tcmamer -
mated by a calculation of pecuniary profit eras in this prospectus, it will not be neg- ex-mined. ) be held under the bond of stipulation
and loss -and the Federal bond wilt be sundered of the details of Commerce
ectful ,practical subject to the claim of the rightful owner
and forever. The advocacy of State branches bf industry which
aDd Trade, two be interposed
thereof said claim
faithful advocacy Oaily Paper----$10 an.- Payable ,provided
Rights is,therefore, the only must bo most beneficially affected by the per
rithinthe apdtballoticegf
of Union. ucccss of its doctrines. Great exertipnt 3era. Weekly Paper-4 per an. V iniVztHtY tim.o prelfsTea! by law; .

With a firm conviction of this importanttruth rill be made to perfect ;the department PAP= pert an. advance. the came be given by an adver.Uement
will contend: for to be published in the Key West
Post commercial
the Evening oouected with intelligence '
,
who
tho Constitution-Union." For and tradesmen thiUfiod 05 Any person may obtain eight jlazettfl once a month 'nine months.
Liberty- and our merchants
Liberty first as the first of national blessings tho readiest attention to all theirwants, sled tubccrihen to the weekly paper and remit Therefore all persons Laving claim to
;' for the Constitution which secures it .tbe warmest gratitude for all their favors.TCRMSI he amount,shall be furnished with a copy aid Cotton,or interested therein,are here
from domestic usurpation t and for the Union ;ratis;and to companies of ten whscrtbers, b y notified and required to present the tame
which strengthen It against foreign ag- who associate and remit twenty-five dollars, rUhin the time prescribed in said decree,
of Daily paper, $it) per annum Country 0"' they will be .
observance be
gression. Without a rigid It will sent far g Q 50 each per annum. barred.A
three times a week, $5. IL DAY Clerk
,
the Union must become a UnUoo p per,
Post Masters
who have
the compact nu objections to
and the uncertain dan Advertisements inserted at the usual rates.Charleston Sup. Court Sotrth. Dist. *>( Florida.
gcr: without of cubjugatioo Liberty from, abroad U infinitelyw (9t C.) Oct. 3, 1031. aet as our Agents,are requested toreoeiro May W, J8W, 93 Pro,


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\ THE, .. GAZETTE. .the Mayor or an Alderman and obtaining At this period it became necessary to i true flow of a language so essential to their
+ ', fitTXl' > Dt an order from either, may commit him, her proceed to London, in consequence of a existence na French. The introduction
B. B. STROBEL or them to jail, and on the following morn relation having died and left me ten thou had been managed with diplomatic dexterity

Anti ,,published ,oa every Wednesday by ing the said parties shall be brought before sand pounds a year. Upon my return by n lady of the first fashion,who, I had
JEFFREYS.TCRM3 lie Mayor to receive sentence. from London, after the absence necessary good subsequent reasons to believe, received -
TIIOtfAS N.- Sec. 4. Be it !further ordained, That fur settling the business of the will, my fifty pounds from each party for her sham

-$5. per annum-payable in from and after the 15th day of August inst.it home presented n totally different scene to in a negotiation of such exquisite! difficulty
advance. shan not be lawful for any store or shop what I had left it. The remittances that I We brought our invaluable treasure homo

Advertisements inserted at ono dollar keeper to l keep open his,her or their store or I had made from London were already conspiring with us,and rejoiced in a tutoress, or rather -
pier square for the first insertion and fifty shop, or allow customers to remain within ,against my quiet. 1 could hardlyget in "an interesting friend," who would
Cents for every succeeding time, till order the same after tall-ring at night, nor after a kiss from either of my girls, they were soon Jinoothe us into such shining sped
ed to be stopped. 10 o'clock! A. M. on Sundays; and should i in such merciless haste: to make their din mens of society, that our rustic neighbors

or persons, in violation of this I ner "toilet. My kind and comely wife would not dare to lift their dazzled eyes

POETRY. ordinance, keep open store or shop or allow was actually not to be seen; and her apology where we trod. Tho emigrcc was pretty
r company to remain within the same after I delivered by a coxcomb in silver lace and she had a pretty story, which she disclosed
EVENING. the hours above specified, he, she or they to tlj6 full as deep ns any in tho sugarbaker' : to the heads of the house under the

DT A TAILOR. shall be fined in a sum not exceeding twen service,was, that"his lady would have "most solemn seal of secrecy," and with
and ty dollars at the discretion of the Mayoror the honor of waiting on mo as soon as she some as prettily produced tears as I ever
Tay hath put on his jacket- around
ills burning bosom buttoned it Kith stars, Mayor and Board of Aldermen. was dressed" This wny of course, the saw glitter on a long silken e'clash.uSho
lore will I lay meon the velvet noll&l!, Sec. 5. He it further ordained, That' it puppy's own version of the message; but was" -and the sigh that sent forth the talo
That is like padding to earth' meagre ribs, shall not be lawful for any person or prisons its meaning was clear, and it was ominous. was accompanied with an attesting up-
dud hold communion with the things about to commit any riotous, disorderly or Dinner came at last: : tho table was loaded thronn. glance of tho dewy black eyo that
me. I indecent act at Any time within the corpo with awkward profusion ; but it was as close none but a Goth or a Hun could daro to
Jih me! bow lovely is the golden braid, ration limits; any white person or persons an imitation as we could contrive of our disbelieve-"she was' the daughter, tho only -
That binds the skirts of night's descending violating this ordinance, shall be fined in n
The: robe thin!leaves quivering on their silken sum not exceeding ono hundred dollars; any four footmen, discharged as splendid superfluities immense revenues, who, alas! fell victim
threads, coloured person or persons violating the fro'n the household OrB duke, waited to his loyalty in the early stage of tho revo
Do make a music like to rustling satin, same, shall bo fined, whipped or put to hard 'behind our four chairs, to ml.kcthcir remarks lution. Ho died in the army of G'ondeaf-
'\1 the light breezessmooththeir downy nap. labour on tho Streets; the infliction of these on our style of eating in contrast with tcr performing prodigies of valour, and bequeathing
Ha,what is this that rises to my toucho penalties to be at the discretion of the Mayor the polished 'performances at their late mas his infant, Cassandre-Stcpbanio-
like a cushion! Can it be a cabbage or Mayor and Board of Aldermen.Sec. ter's. But Mrs. Molasses had exactly four. Armide-St. Ague, to the care of his illustrious .
It is, it is that deeply Injured flower, 6. Be it further ordained, That any Thc argument was unanswerable. Silence leader.

Whkfc thee boys, do flout us with-but yet I love person or persons found lying about the and sullenness reigned through tho banquet Attached from her birth to tho royal

Thou giant rose wrapped in a green Burloutt! streets or drunk, or should such person or ; but on the retreat of the four jjcntleincn cause, the most magnificent offers from Napoleon
Doubtless in Eden tlou didst blush as persons be notoriously vagabond; be,she or who did us the honor of attending, himself could not tempt her to remain
bright as they shall be fined, imprisoned or put to the whole talo of evil burst forth. What is under his Atrocious dynasty. "Phi-

These thy puny brealhrcn; and thy breath hard labour at the discretion of the Mayoror the popularity of man? The whole family tot pair, plutot perir," exclaimed ho pret..
'Sweetened he fragrance of her spicy air; Mayor and Board ot Aldermen. I had: already dropped from the highest fa- ty ultra, with an nttitmte worthy of a Duclf
3ut now thou socmcst like a bankrupt beau, Sec. 7. Be further ordained,That: each vpritujsm into the uost ogty disrepute. A csnois. She had: vowed to devote 'her life

Stripped of Us gaudy hues his and sober essences clothes.Ts ,. and every criminal sentenced to be whipped kind of little rebellion raged against us in to the sublime rcvcngenf imbuing English ,
And growing portly in -
that a swan that rides upon the water by a Magistrate or any other legally au the village we were hated, scorned, and genius with accomplishments France,
0 no, it is that other gentle bird, thorised person, shall be punished at tho libelled on all sides. My unlucky remit- and thus depriving her ungrateful countryof
Which is tie patron of our noble calling; whipping post near the jail; and should any tances had done the 1 well remember in my early years, person or persons undertake to punish publicly milliner, a cankered old carle, who had reparable. To resist the conviction of such
When these young hands first clos'd upon a said offenders at anyotlier place within made: caps and bonnets:' for the vicinage tears from such eyes was impossible M?

GOOSE; the corporation limits, said person or during tile last forty years, led tho battle. two tan girls were instantly cent to drilL
I have a scar upon my thimble finger, persons shall be fined in a sum not exceeding The wife and daughters of a man of East Their old! acquirements wore flung aside
Which! chronicles the hour of young ambition fifty dollars for each offence at the dis Indian wealth were not to bo clothed like like old clothes. A new coursoof canzo

My father: was a tailor, and his father, cretion of the Mayor: or Mayor and Board meaner souls; and the night of three Lon nets and concertantw, readings from Ros-

And my great grandsire, all ot them tailors; of Aldermen.Sec. don bonnets in my pew had set the old scan, and recitations from Voltaire, were
They had an ancient goose-it was an heirloom 0. Be it further ordained, That any seemstrcss in a blaze. The flame was easily tho order of the day. Ariosto reposed upon .
person subject to this ordinance, and failing propagated. The builder of my chaise tho toilet, and the Paste Fido lay tho
From some remoter tailor of our race: to comply with tho same,refusing to cart was irritated: at the handsome haroucho tender companion of the pillow; and when,
I am not certain,bull think 'twas he, pay any costs or fines in consequence thereof in which my family now moved above the after a fortnight' absence at my Yorkshire
Who happened to be hanged by some misfortune execution may be issued against them heads of mankind.- The rumor that champagne manor, I returned, I could scarcely know

No matter;,but I saw it on a timo by the Mayor as in case of judgement. : had appeared at the cottage roused my own flesh and blood in the two operatic

When none was near,and I did deal with it, Approved 1st August, 1832. the indignation of the honest vintner who I divinities that shrank from the horrors of..
And it did burn me- oh. most fearfullyIt 0.O'UAR4,11fayor... had so lone supplied me with port and nn rimiP'flo r threatening as mine,to tine,.
.... __ ...
i straiten out one's limbs Alexander Pattersom C7or. 1"'nr.n".1 inaimtwllnn.. of lift ran{c1mCU machinery ol *
-Ana Ie." a.joe*..* 4V the, ten counicr nature of this London luxury were employ Val krrc, and flounces a la the deuce knows
'Leaving the fetty grievances of earth, ---; ed to set the enecrors of tho village against who. But I had no timo to display my
The breaking thread the din of clashing MISCELLANEOUS.From mo and mine. Our four footmen had been wrath upon the subject: ; my attention was
sheers instantly discovered by tho eye of our op- I I drawn to another visitcr. It was six months
For such a pensive hour of soothing thought, "Talcs of the Great St. Bernard." ulent neighbor; and the competition was at since I had sent my son to Oxford, a hand-
in her loose undress,
Kind bare nature her shuffling shady bosom-I can feel THE WOES OF WEALTH. once laughed at as n folly, and resented as some, healthy, and intelligent youth as any

Lays With all around me-I can !hail the flowers I was originally destined to the profession an insult. Every: hour saw some of my in the 1511(1. Ho had, of course, shared in

That make earth's mantle-and that quiet I of'the law, but having the good fortune to old friends falling away from me. An unlucky tiro family prosperity, and wJicro my remit-
bird obtain an income of five hundred a-year, I cold, which seized one of my daughters tances cautiously paused, his mother's to-
That rides the stream, is unto me a brother. at once resigned all hopes of the chancel a week before my return, had cut away cret generosity made ample recompense.
The vulgar know not half the hidden pock lorship and the gout, for rural and domestic my twenty years' acquaintance, the village Between us, wo might as well have sent

etsWhere I ho for talking of doctor, from my causes fcr the illness of him ro many doses of .arsenic. In my mis
nature tows' her loveliness! felicity. may forgiven '
away "heiress" not to 1e tiered by lessthen stood
Jilt this unaltered posture of the legs this period of my life, for it was my plea-I nn. was believing presence a sickly-visaged
'ramps my extended calves, and I must go santest. My sylph had laid aside her wings the first medical authority of the pro rake> an exhausted emblem of supremo clogancc -
Where 1 can coil them in their wonted fash* without giving up her playfulness. She.I. vinc The supreme vEsculanius was nc.cordingly ,ringleted and moustached like a German

ion. :iiHi.i.\ was pretty and fond; she thought me by : tailed in; and his humbler bro- mountebank, with a cigar puffing from !
far the wisest and most 'learned personage thrir swore; in the bitterness of his soul, his lips into my face, and a cheek sallow

AN ORDINANCE the sun shone on; and, grieved as she wasI I that lie would never forget tho affront on with late hours and dissipation. Holding
this side of death's door. The inevitable I out to mo, AS I gated in speechless astonishment '
of the Ci- the superior finery of sugar-baker's establishment -
by
Police
,For the better Regulation
increase ef which communicated itself loaded with lie in
dignity *
ty of Key W cat. whose labours sweetened half a finger ring %
to the manners of whole household half French, half English,;
and whose wealth my some jargon, ,
the coffee of Europe
and ,
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor
mansion and did the rest; end if my wife held her head condescended to acknowledge'n* I broke
of the of unluckily overflowcdin, a new
Board of Aldermen City Key
: demesnowithiiia stone' throw high, never leas pride more pevishly! retort- from him, and from all, and rushed to mj
after the 5th of
that from and day preposterous
West
: ed. Like ihe performers in a.pillory, we chamber, give vent to feelings which i
she least the
August inst. the City Bell shall be rung for of our cottage, preserved, at ,
of the matrimonial stale. seemed to have been elevated only for the dared not show to my alienated household
five minutes,commencing at half past nine average temper with domestic cares I benefit of a general! pelting. Thee were I spent the rest of that day atone* and in o
While she
of busy
home all was
o'clock,P. M. to warn persons mischief but I
and statesmen the women's share of the : bitterness of heart that might have mado

of colour colour; and be should found in.any tire person streets or after persons bell- was born plying may thank my pen me; for the gratuitous yet wisdom un- was not long without administering in person of the beggar at 017 gate rejoice in his naked- ;

without written permission (if free) of the hints that I threw out in the to our unpopularity. The report ness. My son undone, my daughters per. h
ring
and But the my fortune had, as usual,been enormously verted into puppets and wife's honest
of pamphlet paragraph.:
the Alderman and if a shape
from Miyor or an .olJ.ltJl
exaggerated and man who had a head turning tbe whirl of
; every
after all and I
from his her master or mistress world is an ungrateful one ;
slave ,
or summoned to the privy council. debt to payor a purchase to make, conceived fashion and foolery':+-il' a wish from the>>
he she be fined, whipped or was not
or they
may his
himself "bound to first to could
apply bottom of have sent
son estates
I for twenty lilY my
the public streets for a time In this primitive way glided on
to labour on
put three days at the discretionof years, famous for the earliest roses, the old and excellent friend, to whom the accommodation flying through the air, and set me
not exceeding ,
for a month or two roust be down on quiet competence again,.I
the my
the and Board of Al largest cucumbers, and two prettiest
Mayor or Mayor daughters in the country .I played die such trifle." If I had listened to a tenth should that night have bee the possessor
dermen. of those compliments, "their old and excellent of five hundred pounds a and not ft
-Sec. 2. Be it further ordained as afore- castanets,spoke French, and interpreted a year
friend" would have only precededthem But freedom not, the
shilling more. is
all better than man for fifty
lawful for turnpike act any
said That: it shall not be any ,
,
to In some instances I complied of "of station.11 1 foundon
a jail. privilege men
miles around. I was applied to for cheap my
slave
coloured whether free or a to
person, law the ploughmen wisdom by the ,and w> far only showed my foil Y1 fur my table a notice that I had been"most
puzzled
make by
the fiddle beat drum or
play a any of
who loves his creditor My refusal his the
graciously appointed Majesty to
and neb occasion- by
which magistrates was t
other kind of noise after bell-ring,by ;
course increased the host of enemies; and honorable office of ehe
my high
the and of the inhabitants ally consulted! in his Greek by the excellent important i
peace quiet maybe curate -whose Oxford recollectionswere and I was pronounced purse-proud, beggarly riff for the county11 and the next rooming
written ,
disturbed without permissionfrom
rubbed out by the wear and unworthy of the notice of tho had scardy dawned when I was instructed
the Mayor or an Alderman; any co- considerably "true gentlemen, who knew how to spend that the tssires were about to begin,. and
)loured arson violating i this! grdjqanc! ? HlJy: twlld| tear f half in his a century I less exalted; and momenta even the, their money." An accession to a baronet that 1 must attend the triumphal entry oT

& fined wMp the (Jut to orrrdM hourand sugar-baker admitted tint, I was rather an intelligent: age,and twenty thousand a-year more,only their worships> the jiclgef. I tallied this I
discretitm
'the Mayor of five hundred a-year.- made matter worse. scene of rustic bustle but where was my
Board of Aldermen. person for a man refiner praise were flattering My wife's visit to Bath bad touched her resource? "Public business must be done
this
-Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That every Yet if mighty Iris opulence was fatalto with a new sense of necessity of foreign by public men." I submitted, like one going
( vanity
citizen may: apprehend any person or persons o my The liveries-equipage, and elegance to English perfection; and the to the block. A miserable week! wads
of colour found at large, playing the my peace.of Mr. Molasses disturbed my most accomplished emigree that Paris ever spent in a perpetual tumult of- preparaiiooi

fiddle,beating a drum or making any other banquets and new dinner of polished luckily drooped in her way at the and while roy showy carriages, horses,jave- /
wife's every
i! noise by which the peace and quiet of the pillow; turned our bread into bitterness moment when she was in absolute despairof linemen! and dinners, only laid-up a store'
inhabitants may be( disturbed,after bell-ring, three courses seeing bet daughters ever posses the .of bile }In th -bosom, of: jery I'redece-!

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I\' :Y. ,
It '
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nnd Hoard of Aldermen tho Privy Ot the houso they inhabit, ,.
the Mayor On
whose finances ./ lit leas afford tho'ttett i 1 pany shall be intorporafcJ' during its. cxis1 Stales( of, lha City of Key West have every two weeks, and, every person fulmr

sary display; I could ha vo wished tho Whole tence,is unconstitutional. Congress hating deemed-it their duty to pass the following or refusing to comply with the provisions of

ceremony at the bottom of I the ocean. 'too power thus to limit the legislative. acts +ftrdinaftcet this Ordinance, shall be fined the\ sum, 01*

To every 'thlntf,Ifowevcrythereis art end j of iu successors. Sec 1. Be it ordained l I.y the Mayor Two Dollars !for each oflcnco.
of
and ft contested election, and a winter tn That the clause limiting the amount of Colombia and Aldermen of the City ,of KcyVVcst tt ..-Scc 2. Be it further ordained, Thnt it
tho District
in
London, having exhausted all my patience banking capital the of this "slialHKJ'thcduty'of
That from and after passage pr-a : every housc-keeprr tl'
and nearly the whole! of'my property, I determined is alike IIftCon !it..fimalt inasmuch as dinanceit shall be the of the Health keep tho yards undxcnclosurc3 under tler:;(
to to Switzerland to be nobody, it is attempted to amend constitution by boar and
fly Officer of the Tort to each every control. and 'h"pri.tysl}and Otlltf ollt.hon?.
to be good fur nothing, ,And to be happy. legislating on the subject.That > soon be nnd diem ingobdyorder
bank might he formed so as to be vessel arriving here, as as may es in ; also ,
a
free from all these difficulties and objections with a view to occasion! as little. delay aifSSible it shall be tho duty of'.the Cly'Marsh.], &[

POLITICAL.. and that the Executive, ,if lie had ,- to inspect such vessel nnd }her Irast! once every month! to visit tit enol.sures 1.>
; and should such vessel be in a con of all houses In the City of Key'West
.... been applied to, would hare presented a crew,- ,
dition to require it, or any of her crew I la and see that the same are clean, Wil lh}
THE nAN] nU.(. VETOED.'fhc profile of such a bank.!: "
That the agitated state,of the nation r Lour under an infectious or contagious disease out-houses in good order and whenever lie,
message of the President to the Senate present such vessel or as find filth dirt which
be ascribed to the legislation of he shall quarantine stall any or he may
is
refusing his assent to the Bank Bill, to of her crew and fur such a time as he deem prejudicial to the health of the City
than hour in reading Congress, which has 'Under 1 to array one many ,
an
occupied more the
deem lie shall notify person or persons
another necessary. occupying
of the section may
against
Among the objections which he urges toil, i section country further ordained aforesaid the enclosure the
end Sec. 2. Be it as ?,or having control
i is time
and that it now to pause I
we otTer a few taken from the notes made endeavor; to compromise those conflicting; That no .vessel arriving here, from and of the same, to remove the said filth immediately

during its reading tire interests, thus brought in collision., after the passage: of this Old1l1811te, shall bo and upon failure. of the person aforesaid -
assert at the outset, that Congress of the permitted to approach the city until board to remove said filth, it shall be tho
The above is a brief epitome principal !
the constitution to
Ip are not authorised by urged by the president against ed and inspected by tire Health' Officer; duty of the Marshal to have the saran re-
objections
bank! ::
tho existing
Grant such a charter as the proposed act of incorporation and should any captain: or commander of moved; at the cost of the |person liable to
which ,
that i is
possess; or such an ono as any -cesael approach said city without per remove the same, and every: person failingor
presented for his approval. --',- ,- !! mission from said officer, or should he land refusing to remove any dirt or filth,, when,

That tho proposed bill is subversive of ,THE GAZETTI3.. any pcrs'MI or permit any person to go onboard required by the City Marshal, shall, in 011! '
the rights of the people, and dangerous to ( of such vessel without such permission dition to the ,costs of removing the same,

their liberty. KEY WEST: he shall be liable to a.prosecution on bo subject to a fine of five dollars, and costs

That it contains none of those modifications WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1, 1032.fc. behalf of the said city for a sum not exceeding Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That

r t or alterations which he considers in- ,: ." jj .f _j j_ _. yji_ ._ .. -" three hundred dollars.! when any privy which may be erected ttpon

x dispcnsably necessary blrOI\TANTWe are informed that a Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That any lot within the limits of the City and

y '1'1111tho present bank has engrossed the Contract has been entered into by the PostMaster should any l>crson or person, in violation shall, horn its situation, or the manner iu i

foreign and domestic exchange thccoun- General, fur the regular transportation of the true intent and meaning of this ordinance which the same is kept, become generally (
and that the proposed charter docs not to or on board offensive it shall be deemed nuisance
fry, approach near go a ,
of Mail between this place and Charleston
restrain tho company from continuing to a of any vessel arriving at this port, or land ,and tho owner, or occupant: of the lot, or
month The Mail will leave
do so. i once fi'ol1l1lacsanic until such inspection as aforesaid the ]person having the control thereof, piinll
That to grant the charter, on the terms Charleston on the 1st day of every month has been made and permission given, remove the same to such place in the said

Proposed, is gratuity to the present stockholders : and l Key West on the 15th. This arrange he or 'they shall be liable to a prosecutionon premises, as the Mayor of the Corporation

of tho Bank of more than sctcn i ment will commence on the 15th of August, behalf of said city lor any sum not ex nnd two other members may deem mot

millions of dollars. i instant when Mail! will be despatched for ceeding three hundred dollars, and be guar proper, and upon the refusal or failure of

That this sum must come out of the earnings Charleston antined at the discretion of the said Health such person to remove the sane, it shall l l.e

of the people directly or indirectly. I --o+e Offlcor and the Mayor: of the city. lawful for the City Marshal, to remove the

That tho whole amount of the capital tome U. S. BASK HILL VETOED.Tho Bank Sc.:. 4. IJe it further ordained, That i it' same at the expense of tho party refusing

;) granted to the stockholder's! say' ticenty- : Gill as passed by the Senate and House of shrill be the duty of all pilots when they and the !person so refusing shalVbo fined thu

eight millions of dollars: would immediately Representatives, has been returned by Pre speak vessels,hound to this port} or passing: sum of Five Dollars.

sell in market: : for fifty per cent advance, sident Jackson with a refusal of his assentto through any of the channels thereof, to ascertain Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any

l dud consequently, the value of.the mono prcuous to their going on board jcrson subject to this: Ordinance, and failing
1'oty'olJt lnot be less than fourteen millions its provisions-and arc happy tq hear such vessel, whether: theme Ic army sicknessor to comply with the same; or refusing;

k of tollare.'fha I it. We publish: in our paper to-day a summary disease among the persons' on board; and to pay any costs or fines in 'Cn? '1LHmru

4 \ individuals, not stockholders of the : of his arguments agaiut the Rank.- further, (to ascertain whether the Chglcra or thereof, execution may bo issued: against

Bank, have: offered to take the charter, on This matter: has been prematurely brought other contagions disease prevailed! at the them bv the Mayor as incase of judgments.

much better terms for tho government than before Congress with view to operate up poi from which said vessel l last sailed or Passed 23 April, 1832.

those on'which it is proposed t.) reicw it,, on the next Presidential election; and it has touched at during her voyage; and should O. O'HARA, Mayor.

'm and that there is no justice this course. heeD the am' of certain political aspirants such be the case, or should there bo any AuDI: : PAT xinso.\: Cltrlf.
That( Congress ought thcicfore to sell to disease board the said vessel
sickness
to throw ever y obstacle in the way of the or on ,, -
the highest bidder the$28,000,000 stock Administration, and to defeat the reelection the said pilot shall not go aboard of such ORDINANCE-N(). '!C.: t
been well
That if the Bank has mnnancd vessel, but shall precede her with his boat,
of Andrew Jack It is gratifyingto and obctruc'lions
its BOH. To regulate Streets remove '
in winding concerns -
them pressure up and how her rlc: way to the qna1'allliuogrollnd.
If managed) the sec tho "man of the people's choice" from the same.
f will be tight. badly .- And should such pilot board any
severity of the pressuro will be the fault of boldly steering among the rocks and quick such vessel, he tlmll: forfeit his branch and Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and

; the bank: and they must bo responsible for it. sands, which have been cunningly spread quarantined at the discretion of the Mayor Aldermen of time City of Key Wet l,in Council -

t That the modifications the present bill !In his path, and with a firmness which is and Health Officer; and should any captain ast'cinhlod: and it i is hereby! ordained by !
not such as to muko it consis the authority aforesaid, 1'I.3tlf) hcusi,
contains,are worthy of commendation, throwing him. pr commander of such vessel refuse to
with tho rights or liberties of I he people. conceal from bitch the true building or enclosure, shall remain or encroach -
tent self between the, people and a set of inter state, or pilot
upon any Street,and e'cry such obstruction -
t t ested legislators condition of said vessel and those on board,,
4th section to tho State shall be deemed a nuisance.
That tho secures -or whether he has sailed from or touched

,I' :1 .nt'i1'the..... Vrivilcge.rna... ...>Mng ,|lien o the) In Unit un- -- ..... -:-..'!' !II ] .1.'!':.::.. :J-, :,,.:"..:. nOt imy sur.h infected port, or has been Sec. 2. Be it further orJ iJlcd. Thnt:
..
4-I ? 1 --OJ .. I. !Sn-rrJ !
I\'ZAftZKG iniirdfU during his iio:c ,- -f' >m on tawnl oar nr Suuarc in ..iLctCllJ'.sIiallbe :
branch notes but does not secure a.
current f INTELLIGENCE. of any vessel j infected with any such contagious obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint
5'fc like privilege to private citizens, and that disease, he slall.be liable to a pro "the same shall be made to the Major anelAIJemen
feature in the !bill.
this is a most odious tho TOUT OF KEY WEST. secution on behalf of said city for any sum ; it shall be the duty) of said board
That tho Oth section, in proposed
not exceeding these hundred dollars. to appoint fit and proper persons to oxcrrt-:
bill, is worse in principlo than tho present S. Be it further ordained, That it shall lime i and report to them, if thesnid ob! ruction -
ARRIVED
SINCE OUR LAST
that tho ,
lank, inasmuch as it requires names be the duty of all pilots to communicatethe ought to be removed, cad if the removal '

i of the stockholders should be returned to July 27. Spanish: Schr. TemcridaiJ, Bat existence of this ordinance to the cnjv. of the same is recommended, l byVsaidpersons : '
tho Treasurers of the several States, respectively dcz, Bahamas salt.' the shall limo
tains or commanders of all vessels winch Mayor ordry sa.mc.to
whereby! they would be subject Spanish) Schr. San Fernando, Godoy, do. be removed the of
they speak or on board of, bound by owner or 'occupant
taxation of cent .an, 31. Ship Gen. Hand, Brotherlon, Baltk" may go
local OAC per i per
to a to this port, or through any of the channels said building, and a copy, of such-order_
more.
flum to which tax foreign stockholders CLEARED. thereof; in default whereof aril on shall: be by the City Marshal! l' served upon

would not bo subject, thus rendering the July 27. Sloop Mary Ann, Ximcncs! Ha. behalf said city, they shall IKS liable to a the owner occupant of sucif building. "

stock in tho hands of tho more foreigners worth Aug. 1. Ship Gen. land, Urolherton, prosecution for any sum not exceeding three Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, 'I hat if .
teu or fifteen per cent than' iu the New Orleans. hundred -dollars.See. the owner or occupier of the said building!

.Imands'of American citizens. / --. ,-_.:.- _. G. Be it further odained, That the shall fail or refuse to rC'motllo, same after :
Th.it: tho western States, owning a small .. quarantine ground Im abreast of and to the the service of notice as afortsaid, itsjrt1tbe
NEW AIVERTly111'EN ''S.Notice
portion only of the.stock of Iho bank, andhaving tho of the 1lrnlml 1nd he fa
.
westward of the Mangrove Key, in the upper duty City : ; &
a Virgo tl.l1ounof tho capital loaned authorized to have the said horse
part of the harbour of Key West, known hereby
to their people,it operates as a continual as Fleming's Key. or building, or any nuisance, removed from

drain upon those Stale, for their specie to Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, Thnt the the Street or Square, and tho expense| of

pay tlie.dividendaon the. stock; a burthen ALL persons having claims against'the boat of the HealiluOflicer( shall be designated removing the same shall"t e*paid by tire!

which'tiie-western people cannot long bear. of Michael Mabrity, deceased, by a yellow flag at the bow; and that person owning or occupying: such building,
That most of.the stock l would leave the arc required to present them to the subscriber exhibiting such flag with a view and for the amount thereof exeution may
nnd that from too to duly authenticated, within the time any person
Jive
United States .
; to defeat the object of this: ordinance, be issue as in case of judgments.Passed : '
millions of dollars,,would l he annually sent prescribed by law, or they will be forever 28 .
liable behalf of said April,1832.
to
tho barred. Those indebted to the estate are a prosecution on
,to Great Britain, to pay dividends to requested to make immediate payment. city for any sum not exceeding three hundred O. OIIAITA, .1Ial f.

t their, stockholders "'. II. WALL, Adro'r. dollars.; ALEXANDER PATTERSON" Clerk.ORDINANCENO' .
That as only a small portion of the stock Key-West, July C, 1832. Sec. 8. Dc it further ordained, That all -

would remain i in the! country, the directors "" penalties incurred by a violation of of
any
and their friends: would monopolize it, and LIST OF LETTERS the provisions of tins ordinance, shall be 3.
would\ bo enabled to rocket themselves To prevent the running at large of Swine or _
for the
prosecuted by Mayor or Mayor
trom to year, and their interest thus Kcmainlug in the Post Office at Key Weston pro. Goats withiu the Corporation limits of
year of this before Court
tern city having
become identified with tho interests of foreigners the 1st July, 1032: of the, same. any Key W e t.

Wm. S. Brown, Robert Kin cognizance Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen -
That, the Bank: might put forth 1tssucu"th Edward P. Dunce, Morgan P. Old, 0. Be it further ordained, That this or- of the City of Key Weal, in'!:ouncil

at elections, -and ruin those who were not C. RushnaU, James Powers, dinancc shall be in full force from and after assembled, and it is hereby ordained by

subservient to.its views. John Eden, Horace K. Sawyer the period of three days from the passage the authority of the same, That ncr the r

That in case of war, thus: organized, it Wm. English! .. Samuel Saunderson, and publication of the same; and that all passing this ordinance Swine found$

would be 'moro formidable and dangerous Richard Fitzpatrick William Smith, ordinances, and parts of ordinances, heretofore running at large in any of the streets, or
Robert Wm. A.
Fitzpatrick Sharpe passed, conflicting with the,provisions
than the fleets and armies of a foreign ene- Henry Goddard, 3 John Sullivan, ( within the corporation limits of Key West
hereof be and tho same: are hereby re.pcaled.
,
Willoughbj Hedges Francis Watlington2 shall be, taken into the possession of the Ci-

my.That: tho'ownership of stock, ahoud! be Wm. K. Iloxie, Hezekiali Wood, ty Marshal, and the owner or bwners therflvf : -

exclusively confined to Americans, and that: Win. R. Hackler.II. Approved 24th, July, 1032. shall pay -to the Treasurer bf tho Guru .

Block owned by,: Aliens should bo forfeited. S. WATERHOtJSE_____ P. Rf.* Alexander Patterson 0. O'HAn.\'Capor Clerk.ORDINANCENO. I ration tho SUn of One Dollar, for each and

That the decisions! of the Supremo Court, every hog; sow or swine, so found running

as to the constitutionality of tho Bank are CITY ORDINANCES. at large, belonging to him,her, or them; and

not to be considered as conclusive;so long 1. on their failing so to do on notification, the
as they are untatisfiictory to tho people ORDINANCE 12. To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key Marshal l is hereby directed to cause the said

That theotlicer of the government<< must Establishing Quarantine Regulations for West. hog, sow or swine, to be sold at public out-

decide for themselves: under their oath of the Port of Key Neat Sec. 1. De it ordained by the Mayorand cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting -

office, II to the constitutionality of particular Whereas it has been considered highly im Aldermen of the City! of Key West,in Council the expenses incurred by him, and

'measures. portant in all well regulated communi assembled! and it is hereby ordained by the above specified sum per head, 10111

Tint! Congress, the President, and the ties to prevent the introduction of infec.. tho authority of the same That from and pay over to the owner or owners thereof.

Courts, must each deculo for themselvesTfntVcfwii "-. lious or contagious disease, and whereas afkr tho passing of this Ordinance Sec. 2. De it further ordained, That all

; 21, in the existing Bank the disease cutlet) tilts Indian Cholera it shall be the duty of all house.-kcc'p' Goats caught runuing at large within tbt'!
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ns la prevent Ihoif jianping: from, and ; \,* ilnOily of KeyVesm: \ assembled Sec. 1. licit ordjuncu t ty the Maor hall lc in full force! and operation N'gatdt

nftcr the second day of May, shall! oo shot and it is therefore' ordained by" and Board -Aldermen of the City such slaves! ; and Ml such remedies as areprovided
said section sxfortsaM shall end
'by Iho City Marshal} 1, or :any person authorized the: authority aforesaid I, That all Vesselsof of Key West That any master t>f a bo iif .towards such slaves., .

by him.Passed Wai shall: be subject. the following vesselishing a ,Pilot into the Port )f Key may Src. 9.pursued no It further r.t1aint'd, ,That ajax

28 April. 1G32.O. rates of pilolagc: ", Wesf',shall, if spoVcn bye Branch Pilot, be nf one half of one per centum be, and the

OlIARA, Mayor. Sec. 1. All Vessels of War perfect.drawing compellt-d to lalco 'him:; and ho is hereby same hereby! laid on all 'improved rest estate .
Atr.x.YM FATTKKSOX:: Clerk A'?'. '", 5 and not more than 14 required lo dischafgc tjny other person who in aid city; and one half of one percentum .

feel, : \ : $2 00 may liar, offered his services to pilot said on all unimproved real estate in
OR ANCr( '4.. Drawing 14 end not more than vessel into this harbour, without paying }him said eity-Provided, said unimproved realrotate
and Transient Traders. for tile should tho of shall not be valued at moro than
Pedlars and master
r \ To Tax 18 feet, : : : 2 25 same; which
Sec. I. Belt\ ontaincd by the Mayornnd Drawing: 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 hOOver said vessel refuse to do so, and persist in value Twenly-fivo, us well Dollars of improved per acre M ;of unimproved said
Aldermen of UieGity of Key West, in Council the said tmnuthortecd onboard
21 feet, : : : 300 keeping person real estate, shall be estimated and asescd -
assembled and it4\i hereby ordained by he shall be liable to the full amount -
<< Sec. 2. All Merchant Vesper foot. pay on oath by two disinterested persons
the authority aforesaid. That any person gels drawing Sand not over 12 of pilotag tfl the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Hoard.

coming within the limits of tho City of feet, shall I slay : : g I liO speaking him. Sec. 10. Be it further ordained, That nil
Key West, and not being a resident of the All above 12! and not over NJ feel, 2 00 Sec. 2. Be it furtlicr ordained, That all taxes provided for by the foregoing( section,

Island and havnrgaStore therein, who shall All over 1 G and not abovo 1 1C feet, 2 25 Pilots hoarding any vessel bound into tho shall, after giving twenty days notice to that
sell of good J wares or merchandize Port of Key West, shall shew to the master clTcct in tho owner, or owner, or agent or
or dispose any All above 18 feet shall pay 2 60 suck estate, bo sued fur by (be said Marshal
except live stock and poultry, Sec 3. Vessels arriving or departing of the SUn lite! Branch,,nnd shall also before tLc said Mayor or Al\ror'I'1'I tetn.by .
within the limits of the City aforesaid, shall I, through ho North West Passage spew a copy of the regulations relating to proper action together with the costs for

before he proceeds to vend or dispose of and drawing feel or ups ; Pilot. serving such notice.:

he same, pay to tile Treasurer of the City, wards, except such as are hereinafter Passed June 1C, 1832. Sec. 11. ftp it furtherordained! } That
Ten Dollars, nnd obtain from the Clerk of mentioned, shall' jmy 2 00 P. C. tillEENE, Mayor P. T. suck assessors! shall for their services in r A'

the City, a License specifying the object All vessels bound through the Noah West Alexander Patterson, Clerk.ORD1NANCi.No.. I timating and assessing as aforesaid, receive
for which the same is granted. Pass, nnd touching Key West for the the sum! of Ten Dollars, out of any money
ordained That 0. in the Treasury of said city not otherwise
Sec 2. lie it further arty purpose of landing passengeis, letters, or .
person coming into the limits, of Key obtaining supplies of provision, wood or I An ordinance to'raisc a revenue in and for appropriated.Pec.
iVcsf *b t'to this"! Ordinance the City of Key West. 17. llo it further ordained, That
whomay <' suhj I water, shall dt wiihoutjbcirig subject to I
where of
: Und foil lo comply with the first the above ordinance, unless the 'Master of Pec. 1. De ordained' by the Mayor and improved any or owner unimproved, ownersor real agent estate, who any'

section thereof, shall: be fined Twenty Dol the said vessel shall lequcsta Pilot (lu take Beam of Aldermen of the City of Key shall on oath, before the. Mayor and Alder

.tars,to be recovered !before the Mayor. charge of such vessel and take her out over Vest, That tram nnd after the first day for of men, say that: his estate has been too highly.
shall and be lawful
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That a- the Bar; for which services he shall rccfcne June.a1t'Jlt.' and being may a citizen or inhabitant assessed 1, it shall be tile duty of said Mayor
sty' person" who may have his gnrufe. wares I the usual tatcs of Pilotage. All Pilots do- any (of jVcrr Key person West aforesaid, to Uecp and Aldermen, Of a quorum of tic Board,

, sor nicrclnndise row or disposed by nny I tamed on board of any -vessel* by*I he request open;in said'tilJjr: any billiard room or rooms, to proceed forthwith to assess!! suck estate,
which assessment!! shall be final.
person established and doing :business ns aCommission of her commander: shall receive for to retail: dry jyoud or groceries, or both, to Passed 31 I 1032. .
May ,
Merchant in the. City of Key < each and every daya services Three' Dollars ] sell l\oo tI.un, commission, or when appointed O. O'HARAtaror\ .

West hall be cxerr.pt from the provision per day, over and above his pilotage.I'isbing : by the Governor of Florida, by auction, Alexander Patterson, Clerk .
of Ordinance. with{ u the limits of said city, upon rrceivitig
Smacks and 1Vre king Ves.stl.tshall
: :
a licence jo Mich effect under the band
1'asscd.3 April, 1832. not be subject to this ordinance. ..iu'' seal of ili(5! Clerk for the Hmo being of ORDINANCE-?\o. 10.Conccining .

O. OHARA, 3Gryor.fltLxasur:8 I Sec. 4, Be it furtherordnined, That any said city, who Is hereby authorised nnd rev Dog ,

VaTI: ;aso', t'lcz'kRDINANC1.No. I f vessel having passed thr Buoy on the Bar I .gpirnlt9iasticthesarno 1 under the conditions Sec. 1. no it ordained by tho Mayor and
I of the rorthV st hcforo : .ami provision hereinafter) set forth.
Passage, h'intt hoard of Aldermen of the city of Key West
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5, SCR. 2. DC it further ordained, Thatprevious
been bearded by n Pilot, shall not be obliged That from and after the passa'gc of this act
Yor preventing tho introduction of Cholera I to the issuing of any such licence ,
into the City of Key Wct. to take tire same; but in case a Pih t ,as is )herein contemplated and directed, the the owner of every dog or dogs,found within
Whereas, a certain disease known by tho goes on board by the request of, her Captain parly'applyinp for the same shall pay or the precincts of,said city, hall bo taxed

jtnmc of Indian Cholera, nt't present lire- then he shall receive tlic, usual pilot-! i cause! to l be,pfd nntollio said Clerk for the for the same and everyone of the same, at

:availing in the Northern parts of Europe, age- i, use of the taJ| city, tboMimorcums followincr the rate of ono tJolfar for every male amt

of inn'fatal t character, and us such .Sec. 5. Be it 'further! ordained Thai all! to wit ten Dollars for every IHlliaM three dollars for every female-to bo applied ,

disease may introduced into our own vessels bound into the Port ot Key Wst, rJorics Table;,.Ten for the Collars retailing-and of dry if both goods, Fifteen orgro- to the use of said city of Key West,

j>ort.'; y'\sd trading with that quarcr and spnkrn by a Pilot-Boca Chica beai- i Dollars; fonUllingpoods by nuction, on tlie Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all t

', of the I Globe, ing North, or North-J.Weslcrh', shall pay full gross Ru I'9J.r' sales one quarter of one (persons owning nny dog or dogs, shall,
Sec. 1. Bo- it therefore ordained "yw lilofngc! at Ihcf same' rates n* though she per centum; und' each and every commission! within the space of three lays after the

\: Jayor; and Aldermen of the Vii)' of 1 tad Ian brought iiftivrr the main Ship '. merchant !shall pay the sum of Fifteen Dollars nsago 'of this act, (pay to Ihp Marshal: ) (

Key Wcs, TIM aH vessels arriving from Channel Bar. Al'vcssclsarriving! and) not par anni' f. the said city of Key Wcsf, tho tax required
farther that
Sec. 3. Dcft ordained
pouts or places whc:re the said; Jircasa exists, having been spoken by a Pilot before passing and billiard any by theist section .of this act, and tako his
>n keeping
r.hall botaken by the Pilots erf the Port the above named limit, and being 3 room every, or retailing pcrv any dry open goods any or groceries receipt for the same; and (ho Clerk of paid

t I without UK-IT.going,on board, 1f the Quarantine miles from the Light I louse on Key West, : oraclling any goods in said city, cither city is hereby required to grant a license to

Ground, northward and westward shall only bo subject to pay half pilotage: i by .auction or us commission merchant. ,with- any person applying f for tho same, on his
nf Flemings Key there to remain under but if not spoken until after parsing the :I II out having fiat obtained n license for such be rig shown tho receipt of the Marshal for

the direction jof Iho Mayor of the Cityand I nlfE'saicllimits( in that case she shall be purpose, shall|| be,and ho is hereby made liable the lax; for which I license the? Cleric shall

Health: Officer of ibo Port.Sec. I excnipfod fromrayingnny pJlotago.'Sec. 'to' forfeit and payforevcrysuchact, and charge and receive llw further sum of fifty
Be it further ordameJ That I C. "Be it '(urrht'1' ordained Thai all for every repetition of the same, the sum of
2. I 1'ifl.y Dollars..!u bn sued for and recovered cents: nnd (conditions rcq'u fcd by this
.hilo it shall bo thought necessary: by the kernels: I arriving through: the West Pass! and with slits of ,suit before the Mayor or !Mayor act having been complied with, the |>craonsncomplying

said: Health Officer, that! such.vessel l or vessels the last end of ho I Dry; Itockj, to the Westward pro\ ,i. tn* '()t said city-ono half to the shall: bo authorised to allow

siiallperform: qnarantirsenointcrcour: : : of Sand l{('}',beering south-west shall; use of the informer or informers--tbe rev his dog or dogs to run at largo in the streets

whaievcrFball bo held wilbtho City or Island pay full pilotage, but i if not spoken 'until 'maimnjj.l to'thi use of said city. for the t.pat-eof one year.
of Key Vest, but by permission and passing the! aforesaid Jknits, aid 'temgtUrr I ,p't p: 4.. PC it Itirtticr ordained, 'That 'nothing
1 undflr thc diiecliv of he Mayor antis c wUog fl'lCt:,) -,\_cst Llgfjtj;,nnlJ1haifpilotage | in this aft contained dial! be so conitructtid Sec. 3. Be it furtlicr orila'mcd, That tho
Marshall of Its of
loHtrcnso of
the is
as keeping open city KcyWest required
Health Officer, and all |>pinup who still ( shall !be recovered, but if sjwkcnafter
billiard room after eleven o'clock on kill and all
any to destroy dogs running at
hold intercourse with such vessel or vessels, pissing tire aforesaid limits shall be
,
Saturday evenings, or at any limo duringthe large in the afreets-tiro owners of which
withoiU first obtaining! said permission,shall exempted from pay ing pilotage.Sec. Sabbath.
have with the
be liable] to perform the same quarantinoasnny 7. Bo it further ordained, That all Sec. 5. He it further ordained, That all not complied foregoing; provisions -
oT this act and 'he slwTl
receive the
bo imposed upon the vessels and cars Pilots: who shall bring a vrssctinto this Port licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immediately ,
goo shall' be entitled to carry lrerout, unless the take effect, and be in force for the sum of fifty cents for each and every do*

Sec 3 Be it further( : ordained. Thai (his. commander can show good and sufficient space of one year from the first of June so destroyed.Sec. .
% until vessel next; and that for every snob liccaso 110 Issued 4. Bo it further ordained That
Ordinance shall remain in fulll force; cause to I the contrary. Any arriving no
expressly repealed by this Board. I at this Port without a Pilot, shall have liberty the said Clerk shall receive the sum person residing without the limits of tho
.
of Two Dollars for his
own use
1'ared, 20 April, 1832. to depart without Pilot, unless the Sec. G. Re it further ordained, That from city of Key, Wcsf, shn1111CrtTlit| his dog or
O. O'IIARIJltlJor.. I Captain should wish one. and after the said first day of June next, all dogs to run at largo in ,the streets of raid

_1trx txvr.t FATTEHSON, Cler!'. Sec. C. Be it further ordained, That free negroes and mulattoes, whatever sex, city, without first complying with the requisitions
I each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or cause to be paid unto the City of his act; any dog or dogs .

ORDINANCE, f.3n i Brand), shall make application to the Mayor Marshal, the rum of One Dott r per head t found runring at large may bo destroyedafter
Ordinance to prevent tile shooting of I and Aldermen, and before lIe obtain per annum for every such free negro or mulatto notice given: to tho owner thereof, by

Fire-Arrns, &c M ithin the. limits of i the i such, he, the said applicant: shall: undergo of the ago fifteen years or over; and any'officer 'Of the Corporation or member
for every ch or mulatto under fifteen '
qty of Key West. Com negro lllCTCof.
examination before
a
an competent
i years of age'and over ten years, The ?
Soc. 1. BB it ordained l by the Mayor mittee be constituted the Board to Bo further
to by Mini of Fifty cent*per anmwv-llic whole J cc. 6, it ordained, Thai
and Aldermen' of The Oily of Key West, 'I examine such applicantnnd" if he Lc fO\lml to be received to the! use of aid city-for Ordinance No. 8,. passed May c", 1832, bo i
in Ccnncil assembled! and it ht l wby ors competent, shall be the duty of the Clerk! which' the said Marshal shall give to all such end tlfc same is hereby repealed.,
Uained by the authority aforesaid: That jt : and mulattoes and sufficient/
to grant a Branch to Such applicant, nnd negroes a good Passed lone 16,1832. "
r.hall) not be lawful for anv person within i the said Branch shall be sigred by t he Mayor receipt, which shall operate as a license for P. 'C. GREENE, Mayor P. 7V

he 1 limits of the City, (which limits shall 1 for which the, applicant shall pay to the one year from the first day of Juno next; Alexander Patterson, Clcr '.
and default of such innJalloes
)construed as extending far rs Eliza. Corporation, Five Dollars, and one Dollar: in negroes of .........

tietlxstreet,) 4o fire Tor discharge any firearms I' to the Clerk: it shall .he l required of each or the any provisions one of of them the failing first clause to comply of this with section ORDJNA'NOE-No. 11.

of any crackers description whatever other fire, or to works discharge and very Pilot, before Jio receives his or the Marshal of aid city, after giving Sec. 1. Be it ordained<< by the M.1yor and
any or their Bmnch, to give good security in the five days notice thereof, shall attack the bodies Board of Aldermen of 'tho city of KeeNest
whatever: and any personiolaling theprovisions sum of One Thousand Dollars,for the faithful of such negroes or mulattoes, and advertise
That the Marshal I
of the
of this ordinance shall be fined performance of his or their duty as and sell tho said negroes or mulat mid city
1,' \'e Dollars for each and every oflence, I Branch Pilot. tubs for such a period and for such an amountas shall collect all sums' of tnoncy duo 'fo thosard

end upon failure pay the same, shall be I I Sec. 0. Be it further ordained That if will pay and satisfy the taxes hereby imposed city, whether for taxes or otherwise,
imprisoned not cxcpcjjmg ten days. I upon them, together with the reasonable within sixty days after they shall have become -
any Pilot shall bring in or carry out of costs of such attachment and for due and
Sec. 2, Ue It further ordained, That if ; BO 81.:1111I11Y over to the Treasurer
this Port nil'l'Sstl vessels fur less
a he shall in suck receive
doing, every case tof tho city tl o amount ao received
free mulatto shall fire ot1'r by
any n.cgro, or sum than ho is lawfully entitled to, to the over and above for his own services, from him before tho of
expiration
rnontllafcl1'
one
discharge any firearms, or discharge any of other Pilot he suck free rnuhtto the of Two
prejudice any or they, on negro or sum tins
of the
receipt
crackers, Of any other lirc.works"bate'er, : conviction thereof, shall fortvit and to Dollars,0 be taxed in bit bill of costs. same, taking Ibo receipt -
, contrary to this ordinance, he or they so offending I Dollars o\erand pay Sec. 7. Co it further ordained, That every of the Treasurer fur the amount BO
Corporation, Twenty ,
: for the firit! ofllnce shall be finedFive above what the shall amount to suck free negro or mulatto so advertised paid O't'cr. which receipt shall be requiredof
Dollars and failure or refusal tojay {pilotage and sold shall, for the time being, be 'Considered him an n voucher on the settlement of
; ion: and all controversy in itjation{ fo any part of tbe property of the purchaser. I his accounts.
tlwj same, ho or they shall receive twenty this Ordinance! shall be decided by the Sec. 0. De it further ordained. That the
lashes and for the second oflence lie Sc'c. 2. Be it further ordained That the
; however to to ,
Mayor, subject, an appeal owner,or owners, or agent of every slave
nr I they :shnll l receive thirty-nine lasher, and ''I'' the Board of Aldermen. shall, on-or before tho said first day of Jnon Marshal of the Aid city shall bo the person ;

the same for each otTcnco therraner.Sep. fee 10. Be it further ordained, That next, pay to tCe laid Marshal for every suck authorised to give receipts to any iron or
H. Beit further ordained, Ttiat any eison subject lo this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen yean and under persons, who may bo indebted in he said

person giving iiiformation of a violation of any failing j to comply, with the same, or refusing fifty, twenty-five cents-to be applied to city in any sum of money, whether for tax
thi! ordinance, hall fie entitled to onolialf "to costs or fines in and for the use of said city-for which the Os, fines, or in any other manner; and such
thtf raonica collected of the oflTen-- pay any consc'lucncet.llcrcuf said Marshal, hereby required and directed receipts of the Marshal shall U tho only
person (. execution may ,be issued against: to give a sufficient receipt, which said receipt evidence of
eying. 'tl em by the Mayor, as In' case of a judg skall! operate as a license for the pen |wymcnt required of any r>er-
indebted aforesaid.Sec. .
rape, 28lli April, 1C32. ment. od of one year from the first of June next, son as

\ O. O'JIAIU, Mayor. Passed 30lh April, 1832.O. for the; beeping ot suck slave or slaves and 3. Be it further ordained, That ,
.\lexandcrPattcrsonCler}. OIARA, Mayor. in ease the said owner, or owners, or gents tho Marshal shall receive five per centum
AUX\1rnEn PATTERSON, Clerk of suck slave or slaves shall refuse or neg on the amount of all earns sa collected by .
ORDINANCENo.7.To lect to comply with the provisions of this him,
section, the bald Marshall shall proceed in
regulate the Pilotage: for tile Port of SUPPLEMT.NTAILY to an Ordinance regulating the manner directed in the foregoing sec Passed June 10, 1032.

l'eJVest.. Pilotage for ilo Port of!leis tion; and all tLc provisions of said forego. P. C. GREENK, Mayor P, T,
Ue it ordained by tb()'Mayor and Aldermen Wf1t, inn section aro hereby declared, and they Alexander J Patterson CrrV.tO ,

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support of their principles, hat been deem* Right,of sovereign Interposition to arrest Under many propri tnitl course with fewexceptions 'are rcquested to give the aUnc an
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation of Federal agents. The existence have always been Americanand insertion, and thejavor will bo reciprocal.
FREE TRADE PARTV. In pursuance of this right as the conservative popular. Of late years, from neglect ted. '", -r. v. ,
of this determination, TilE EVENING principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine more than any other cause,its influence and 1832.' '.,., ,
Jan. 1st
P.oSTwiJ1 be commenced as:a Daily Ever ; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, patronage had visibly declined. Within the fcv,

ping Journal so soon al the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and contemporary Mgt year however, the present proprietors, The following articlooriginafy.aplea1ed'
arrangements can be completed. expositors. This principle is having entered upon? a course of policy,
The political tenets to which the Eve the ,characteristic feature proudly distinguishing more consistent with the politics of the in this paper: We republish It on account
fling Post will be devoted, are to familiar ours from other Republics not Fc South, and having made numerous additionsto of having lately seen u c\l"yof it in a Boston .
to this community hare been so Ions i the deral in their elements.. In the latter, a the mechanical Improvements of their paper, with many errors and inaccuracies .
prominent subject of discussion by i the Constitution is,in fact,by symbol of public establishment! by fitting it out in a new and in the latitude, longitude, and bcarinc
I press-and hare been so often and triumphantly opinion, is construed by and varies with handsome type, and on a larger sheet and of some of the Light Houses. It is e\' -
vindicated by tho first minds in our the changing will of a majority ; while in better description of paper than heretofore; dent if this erroneous statement be follow
State, and in the Federal councils, thais it our Republic a guardiagpower preserves it lay claim to, and have been favored with a ed it will materially mislead the Mariner
to promulgate more increase of patron ,
deemed unnecessary permanent rule of action. and proportional
Thich offered as a large at.d, and so far from being a guide to warn him
than the following exposition, The formal recognition of such a righton age, including new subscriptions general
in lien of a more detailed political creed. the face of the Charter would have been advertising. Within the lastyear, their from danger, will subject him to the very
Free Trado will bo advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an ac- difficulties against which our publicationwas
of an enlightened policy-as a privilege from the formation'of A compact i between cession more than Three Hundred Citizens intended to guard. We advise EditorS .

of the people, which impartial justice independent sovereigns having no to which new names: are with little to publish the following, which may be
requires from the rulers of every country common umpire. Asa feature. of our political exception, almost daily added. The proprietors relied on a. accurate:
and as a right which,in ours, is guaranteedby system, it is of course a political, not a ,in order the better merit that encouragement "For the information of Mariners
the Constitution. The frame of that revolutionary right. Formed for the protection of which, it is equally their gene.
venerated instrument withheld from the of a minority from the usurpations of pride and pleasure, to acknowledge so much rally, we have procured from tho Collector
Federal agents the power to protect manufactures the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and, oi the'Prt"tho following schedule of the
by restrictive duties ; it has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised! fellow citizens-have established in connccticm situation of tho Light Houses along the

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through the subserviency of those authorities with their office of business, a-spacious Florida! shore, under his superintendence.Cape .
I power,and its exercise,involving sectional the Constitution itself needed a protection. Reading Room, in which, the chief Public' Florida 14g t.-S tionar}'. Situated
oppression for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely wa not Journals find their way and are carefully on the south point of Key Biscayne,
liai, necessarily: : ,produced sectional exasperation placed in either of the parties against whom filed, from all the States in our Union.- about 400 yards from the beach. The.
which endangers the permanency it was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities,without
of the Union. It is impossible that the i injured Court being one of the Federaragents.waa charge, to all natrons of the Gazette.A Light may be considered 70 feet above the
parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly not, therefore, entrusted with its political regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform level ot tho sea, distant from the Gulf
unjust and unequal in its operation. guardianship. Nor could+ho engine of the and upon a fine paper suitable Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing
Without first proving, which u impossible majority-the ballot box-have been considered or correspondence! carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the benefits(the protection are equally as tho safeguard. The sectional with the most correct estimate of the true of the Light. Lot 25 47 N.-Lon".
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross I Iabsu1'11Ul minority can exert no influence on the re condition of the markets, and put upon the CO 42 IV.Light .
to contend that the burdens of I presentation of a sectional,majority. The most advantageous terms to all that come Florida is situated Caryford's
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, responsibility representatives but secures under this class,is also issued from the office Ship on -
consumption exclusively, as their Constituents Their Room Reef, near the site of the old one,
it be a tax on. their fidelity to respective of the proprietors. Reading ,
its defenders vainly argue, its operation is and the representatives of a minoritycan where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 08 N.-Long. CO 27V.. It
rot glaringly unequal, and it becomes i no effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct
'free people to submit to its unauthorised interest wbich the representatives of a majority and masters of vessels trading .to this Lights are shown, which can generally be-
exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, may be compelled by their constituents port. To these improvements, they make seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object
when it is evident that'we are not only arbitrarily to enforce in utter disregard of the daily additions, .affording( facilities to the is to warn vessels:: from the dangerous
taxed as consumers hut that the Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating man of leisure and business alike hitherto rocks and shoals which it is placed.Key .
inevitable result of the protective system is -that the Constitution is at the discretion unknownSIMMS & DtJ ItVEA. :: near
ruin of the Southern producer and must be Charleston. Wcxt tight,stands on the S. West
the ultimate of a majority: quietly No 3 Broad street,
io the prostration of our agricultural inte surrendered: to their wisdom and justice. (@3r Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is in
k rest. Besides, except in Parliamentary transactions Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. '&2 04 W.;. erected .
There is no solidity in the objection 1 to of the two houses of Congress-our Tlifi .WEEKLY :CORNING COURIER for( the purposeftfguiding vessels when

our resistance, that others arc blindly sub- frame of government ,nW vhere, recognizes AND; K YORK ENQIRER. entering (ho liaflxnir; the directions for
,pitting to the evils, which are overwhelming the consolidatingntlc! that the will of a majority which'arc as follows: Unrig the Light to
them in common with ourselves. shall govern. The President may be On Saturday, the 28ih Jan.inst. (lie bear N.N.W. and the Sand Key Light to
.This delinquency\ not our justification. If elected by a minority of the people ; a majority of the Morning Courier &. N.
Proprietors bear W.S.W. and cross the Reef in
'tie arc awake to the dangers and degradation of Senators representing Stales, the you
of our situation' it behoves to leave aggregate of whoso population arc a minority York Enquirer, intend ,"blishingon tlio .about fathoms water; run for Key West 1
no effort untried until we shall have repelled of the whole people may reject a measure largest folio sheet oe ver issued, a Weekly Light until within two miles, then steer
the invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed( by the representative I Newspaper contain all that appears during N.\V. until you open Flccming's Key-
Post will,therefore exhort to resistance of of tho people in the other House-and I the week in their daily paper. It will which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern

ffto Tariff, as the most prominent" enormity vice versa, a bare majority in the other I be published on fine paper, with new type,; part of tho harbor, and then run for it
of that "American SYltem, which has been House may reject a' measure passed by the and to place it within the reachof classes ; The best anchorage is in tho upper part of
'built up on the ruins of the Free System unanimous voice of the Representatives it will be ntTwtlcd
of the
community
House
fathers, and which if The President tho harbour. Height of the Light
', bequeathed us by our the States in the Senate- ft three
established ai the settled policy of the country .single individual, map put his veto on the to subscribers at tho reduced price of loin the level of the sea! 03 feet G inches.
i must, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable alicaya in advance. Light stationaw.Sand .

af'Union,or melt down and consolidate of the Supreme Court, .bolding office Kfy Light. -Revolving once in
.State Sovoieigntios into onelimitlessirrruponsible not by election but by appointment, may In consequence of the oilier Daily Papers 54 seconds. It is the best Light on the
despotism. The Evening Post set aside the concurrent enactments of in New Fork,determining not to board coastS.W. by S. H 1-2 miles from Key

rill oppose Internal Improvement of favoritism as tin- House( Senate, and President. Tho power tOMeand) receive, their news on Sunday, West Light-situated directly on the( Reef.
,
constitutional, as an engine to the Constitution could not
protect
of tho CourierEnquirer
Publishers
tho Tho 70 feet above the .
Light sett.Tortvgas
of sectional robbery as creating intrusted to-the
been
a a source have rationally very dollars
a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which tho danger violation have lately invested Thirteen Thousand Light,-Stationary,-on one
taxation-it will oppose the rcchartcring was apprehended. It'wonll have been indeed in a separate news establishment, consisting of the Dry Torlugas Island, near t the western -
of the United ,States' Bank, as manifestly committing the keys of the;house to of one Schooner of ninety tons, extremity of iho Reef, in Lat. 24 31 N.
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence tho safekeeping of those, distrust of whom one of salty tow, auti the necessary rowboats Long. 83 10 W.KeWest.
of a dangerous power; and it will suggested the propriety of locks. 1 he power This establishment is supported atan ,
f 'oppose Iho projected disposition of the Surplus was wisely left with the several State annual expense of Nine Thousand dollars
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced Soereignties-and thus not only was theniroviJed and vessels from Europe arc lioardcdat
wholesale: bribery, wbicb.h"adoptedvil1 a their throughthe
give to oppression a duration co-existao Federal Government,but a power to render sea and news
with that of our covernment.A inoperative,that is to nullify,theirunautho country with great dispatch, long. before SEG.-'R MANUFACTORY',
zealous and judicious attachment to the iced and irregular action.So they reach thu harbour. this
l takes on-
Union, prescribes the present as the proper far as a congeniality of views may exist In its politics the Courier & Enquirer isis WTTXTAl> > of informing '

crisis for making a determined and uncom in relation to these principles, the Evening purely Democratic-adhering to the principles the Public that he has establishedA
promising stand for the Constitution,before Pent is pledged to tho State Rights and usages of the Republican Party, West.He
ho jarring interests of different sections and Free Trade Party;" and as the supportof and advocating the reelection of General A MAXt'FACTORV at Key .-
are organised against each other in irreconcilable measures, to be efficient, must include acksoa to the Presidency. Its columnsare : imports/or this purpose, the tcry 'lest
conflict-before, blinded by theirunrhthteoul ; the support of men. its humble aid will be Domestic Tobacco from Jlarana. .
gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed to extend the personal alike devoted to Foreign and Segars of the best quality, and of every
shall regard as undoubted right their undue influence and promote'the political ad* Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the description may be had at his establishment.Oijr .
Advantages-before they shall resolve to vancement of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, However, it docs All orders in the above line will
maintain atoll hazards the tyrannous principle themselves to the'good cause, which is identified not act'upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots
that ,public opinion,"or the will of a with the value of the Union and Ike ,but on the eofetraiy, inculcates thoso meet the earliest attention.
the Constitution; of South Carolina. Its May 23, J832. 30 tf.:
ma.Joritrsa powerabove liberty and honor principles of morality and religion only,
and before the victim sovereignties in minority warn co-operation with these will be em and
formed
which good
goaded beyond endurance (unless the amassed by a personal pledge to> no candidate are upon peace Loggerhead Turtle Shell
wilt to all mankinds-trie fruit of which is
be extinct shaU
for liberty ) other
aspirations for the Presidency, or any
rise very in desperation"and abolish a frame o( office. d trance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give a fair prig
government too mnch shattered tobo recog In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts **j>crsceution for opini A' sake.11 500 Ibs. of the above article.
nised a* that'for which they originally stipulated of party, it will oe the aim of the<< Evening Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER d: CO.

i and which}nv terata' sectional hatred Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier' & Enquirer are published Daily, r
'shall then render it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and moderation,under and more than Three Thousand Semiweekly IT. S. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICE .
again tore-compose and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper and in the City of New-York its ,
onco roused to a full sense of her wrongs! discussion are best subserved'by firmness circulation; is known to be more than an TVTORTHEAST corner of F.A. Brovrne'a
will be satisfied with nothing but equality; without violence, and'zeal without in* -Ll Warehouse-up stairs.
and it cannot bo denied that by the Constitution temperance.. With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than'any other Key West Feb. 8, 1832., 23 tf
even if strictly observed the slaveholding acts of opponents, it will exercise the right paper. These facts are referred to, as affording -
States are placed at decided disad of dealing freely hut it is hoped that no the only commentary the Proprietors NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.
vantage. Once leagued fur the resumptionof part of its career will ever justify the suspicion can with propriety offer on the quality the case of Joseph Cottrell k c..n
rights, they will submit BO longer to a of its even partial adoption of the infamous of the matter which will be found in their IN:t bales of cotton, picked up at sea and
system of indirect taxation calculated to maxim, that all is fair in politics" contemplated weekly publication. libelled for salvage in the Superior COUfor
blind the peoplo to the extent and inequality : The domestic concerns of our native State Jt ia intended to publish 17,500 copies the Southern Judicial District of Florida
of their burdens-and they will demand will be cvrefulty watched*, and the policy of the first number of the which the Court has decreed, that after paying -
for) theirlabonngclass a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calculated paper, the costs and expenses of said prosecution
equal to that of the laboring classes of the for her prosperity, safe, and economical will be distributed in different parts of the ,one half of the residue of the value ofskid
other States. The required concessions government country and one copy sent to each PostMaster cotton (agreeable to appraisement )
will bo certainly refused by those by whom While the Evening Post will be devoted in the United States, in order that be paid tote said Cottrell & Co, for their
the Union is regarded but as a bargain elti- to the promulgation of the politic faith' set a specimen of the publication may be ex salvage on the same; And that the remainder
mated: by>> a calculation of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus, it,will not be neglectful be held under the bond of stipulation,
and loss and the Federal bond will be sundered of practical detiils of Commerceand TERMS. subject to the Claim of the ngbtful owner
-and forever. The advocacy of State Trade, two branch industry which thereof1, provided said claim be jnternosed
Daily Paper-----jiG an, Payable
Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy must bo most beneficially affected by the per wit iD1be tiuisprei Le\11 law apd tLa'
>>
Sera. V itsIEULY r ;
Weekly Paper-4
Great exertions per an.
doctrines.
of Union. of its
success notice Qf the adver
same be given an *
by
of this important the \ P.t.PzR-3 an,J advance
With a firm conviction will be made to perfect departments per cement, to be published in the Key West
truth the Evening Post will contend" For for connected with commercial intelligence,, 03* Any person who may obtain eight Gazette once month for nine months
," Liberty-the C011ltitution-Union. and our merchants and tradesmen shall find subscribers to the weekly paper and remit Therefore all persons having claim to
first of national blessings attention to all their wants, tad'the
Liberty-first] as Constitution the which secures it the readiest for all their favors. the amount, shall be furnished with a copyrati3 aid Cotton,or interested therein,are bere.by .
for warmest gratitude
the
; Union and to companies of ten subscribers notified and required to present the same
and for the ; ,
domestic usurpation I
from within the time in said decrees
prescribed
which strengthens it against frre'fjn ag- TCiiMtr who associate and remit twenty-fire dollars,
gression. Without. rigid observance Of Daily paper, $IU per annum Country it will be sent for g? 50 each per annum. or they wilt be barred.A. Clerk
week H DAY
three times a $5. ,
the compact, tb. Uni<*n must become a UnUoa dan. paper Advertisements, inserted at the usual rates. Post Masters,who have no objections toaet Sup. Court Sotfth. Dist of Florida.

gcr without of subjugation libertyand from.. abroad the uncertain|h infinitely Charleston, (S, C.) Ofti. 3, 1831. as our Agents,are requested to fs0! io May W,1S 2, ?3 lira,


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