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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 22, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 1. ,., KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY AUG. 22, 1832., .r'O: 60. ,
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, L THE, GASETTE.CDITKD. hundred thousand dollars. -lishment of buoys in tho bay and harbor of' them in conflict with every thing dear to
It' I
:ft;'" nr: I For the navy-yard, twenty-five thousand St. Marks and St, Augustine* ; I life, liberty,and property,is one that must
..PrDSTJtODEL, .. dollars. tvitlso privilege whiclf hits btfch taught, I bo approved by emery liberal and honest
AD :publtsbed oa every Wednesday by l For a marine hospital, thirty thousand much loU<:itudo; by the merchantsof man in tho territory, Whenever such conj
:"' THOMAS,If. .JE!FREYS. dollars. Key Woit, has been granted by n law duct ceases to be approved by you, I do not -
." For a naval survey of the coast of Florida extending further tho right of debenture to I longer desire to.be your Representative in
:::1.a; 'f TEItAiS-S. per annum-payable in and the unfinished part of the coast tho port of Key West. This law authorizes I Congress. It was the impetus which gave
advance. of the United States, twenty thousand dol- the entry of vessels and merchandise velocity to the ball of the Revolution, andit
-1 Advertisements inserted at one dollar lars.For arriving in the United States from tho Capeof has been incorporated as a fundamental
per square for,the first insertion, and fifty the commencement of an arsenal on Good Hope, or from any place beyond republican. maxim, that the wishes and safe
cents to be for every succeeding. time,-till ordered the Appalachicola river, twenty thousand the same, to be entered at Key West, from ty of the People are tile paramount considerations
stopped.POETRY. dollars. and after the thirtieth of August next, find of Government It must have
.:.....w For the survey of the public and private changes the limits of ho collection dis- been observed by you that a petty factionin
; land claims, thirty thousand dollars. tricts. .the territory united for thckeof office,
._ For the support of tho Territorial Government An act has been passed,securing to tho afidfegufrfiihg all its movements with a special
From tho LondoriTMornb g Herald. thirty-two thousand dollars. Spanish inhabitants} the right of appeal to view to tho patronage of the Government -
TUE PRAYER 'IN THE WILDER To defray the expenses of a party of the the Supreme Court of the United .States, ,hayo assumed to ttprt*ent, in defiance
NESS.* Florida Indians for the exploration of the in every case. and for any amount, when 'of your will, the Territory of Florida.
BY, MRS. ,HEMAN8. country west of the Mississippi, with view their rights are drawn in question under I have resisted it in a manner, I trust, becoming -
In the,deep wilderness,'unseen she prayM, to the transfer of their location, five thou- the treaty. Other changes of It beneficial the dignity of an ihdepcndant and
The daughter Jerusalem:-alone, sand dollars. character hive: been made in our judiciary enlightened people The Executive must
With Rlltbestill,f mall.Whispers of the night, For repairing the public buildings in St. system, and in dIe prosecution of appeals now be sensible of tho impositions: practisod -
,.And with'the.earcbiog'glantes! of the stars, Augustine and Pensacola, five thousand and writs of error. upon the Government in the creation
t And with her God, alone! She lifted up dollars. There J has been appropriated for barracks and appointment of so many worthless federal
,Her sad,sweet voice, while trembling o'er For the improvement of the St. Marks and store houses at key West fifteen thousand officers Those who have practised
her head river to its source, four thousand five hun dollars. tho imposition will.doubtless be the loudestin
The, '. earful dark leaves thrill'd with prayer-the dred, dollars. An act has been passed granting the rightof their denunciations" igair&t me for opposing
or woman'*prayer quenchless, yet repentant love. To repair the military road between Pen- pre emption to all the settlers on tho it* and they will i l, in all probability, endeavor -
sacola and Tallahassc, tour thousand dol- ptblic lands who could not a themselves! to acquire new strength hanging
"Father of spirits, hear! lars. .ITo of the provisions of the last preemptionlaw on the skirts of.those who wero the subjectsof
Look.Look on on the the inmost fountain coal,of to the Thee burning revcal'd tear; repair the road between St. Augustine of 1030; in conscqucncd of the lands such delusion and error. Conscious of
:.Before ,Thy sight in solitude unscal'd! and Tallahassee, two thousand five not having been surveyed before tho expiration the rectitude Of my intentions,andIhO devotion
hundred dollars. of tho limitationin that act: in a '(o your Interests; I fearlessly and
"Hear, Father! hear and aid! For the survey of a steamboat canal be- word, it'removes the limitation,and gives a confidently "put myself} !upon'" the,country."
If I ba.fe'loved too, well, if I have shed '
"In vain fondness, o'er a mortal head tween Mobile and Pensacola bays and be- pro emption to all I persons on the unsurvey- I Your fellow-citiicn* '
v' GUtij'ori my Thy shrine, my God, more fitly tween St. Rosa and St., Andrews, with aview cd lands, and on fractions, whenever tIn I JOSEPH k WHITE*
laid: of opening an inland navigation from land shall l be surveyed. This act was I jYashingtof, July \lth, 1832..
the Mississippi to Appalachicola, three drawn up by me, and introduced into the i .lJ t. L\
"If I have sought'31ivePut thousand dollars. Senate by a friend of mine, to ensure its .
The in lonely one light star,of and my made idolatry a mortal eye For surveys in Florida, to'be taken out certain and speedy passage. I have by this MISCELLANEOUS.Ffom -

Thou, that art Love! oh, pity and forgive! of the appropriation of twenty thousand!! law placed all the settlers on Forbears pur .. the Magazine.
Sporting
., dollars, made in pursuance of the act of chase; prior to 1830, in a situation that
"Chastan'd and schoolM at last, ANECDOTES OF DO( B.
them title
1824 will give a pre-emption if tho iJ
No But more fis'd,on no more Thee mvstrugglingspirit, from that rain worship, 1. To: improve the navigation of the Ap not confirmed in the Supreme Court. They S+r Water&o turns!- palachicola from Columbus to its mouthor will, I trust, by this act see that. rny t professional indebted to Sir Walter Scott for fbd following -
What have said!-the deep dream U not outer harbor. duties have never interfered with my anecdote "The wisest dog I ever had,
past. 2. For the improvement of the river Chi- devotion to their interests. They could was what is called the bulldog-terrier: I
,I "Yet hear!-if BTTLI I love, pola. only have obtained this privilege from any taught ,him to understand' a great many
Oh! still too fondly-if, forever seen, 3. For the improvement of the naviga- law, and only on condition that tho land words, insomuch that 'I am positive that
An earthly image comes, ny soul between' tion of the rivers Escambia and Connccuh. claimed was not private property. the'communication betwixt tho canine species
And Thy calm glory, Father throned above 4. For the improvement of the river The subjects reported, and not acted up- and ourselves might'be greatly enlar
I : Ochlocheney. on for want of time, and in consequence of ged. Camp: onco bit tlie)baker, who was
"If still a voice is near, To pay counsel fees and expenses of the their not having been reached upon the ca bringing bread,to the family. I ,bcaUrim,
? (Even while I strive these wanderings to adjudication of private land claims in Florida Icntlarferc- and explained the enormity of his offence,
control,) seven thousand five hunched dollars. 1. An act to run and mark the line between after'which, to'the last moment of:,his life,
... An earthly voice, disquieting my son). Six new post offices have been established. Georgiaond Florida. he never heard the least aluifon to the story
With Its deep music too intensely dear: Two mails! a ,week from Milledgeville to 2. An act.. to indemnify tho.inhabitantsof whatever voice or tono it ',was intentioned -
\tj lost"O affections Father,back draw!"-to'the Thee dreaming'eyes Tallahassee East Florida for losses in 1812 and J4. without getting up and: 'retiring into
Clear from their mist-sustain the heart Mail Ifotrfe-=From St. Augustine to 3. An act granting ten sections of land the darkest cornerof the room, 'lth'great
that dies; Tampa Bay. to the St. Andrews and Chipola Canal appearance of ditltrcu.nJOftJC you said,
Give the worn soul once more its pinionsfree From Columbus, to Appalachicola Bay. Company, and the same quantity to aid in "The baker was well paid," or"Tbe1Jakefl
From Monticello to Magnolia, and from the construction of a canal between "Ma- was not hurt after all, Camp came forth
"I must love on, O God! Monticello by Roscitur Ferry, Micco Town, tanzas and Halifax rivers, in East Florida. from his hiding place,capered and barked,
This bosom MCST love on-but let Thy Alligator, to Alachua Court House and 4. A bill granting a township of land for and rejoiced. When ho was.unable'; towards
breath from Montgomery Alabama, to Mariana. the introduction of tropical plants into EastFlonda. the end of. his ifo' to attend hie' when
,?Touch and make pure the flame that knows The mail will be ordered,under an existinglaw on horseback, ho used to watch for toy return
not death, ,from Tampa Bayor St. Marks, to Key 5. A bill making an appropriation for a ,and the_servant_ used to tell !him "
Bearing it up to Heaven, Love's own West. lighthouse Moscheto Inlet master is coming down the hill;'or through
-- abodct" Two additional members[ have been authorized i. Stcrallndividual bills.It the moor,11 and although he did not use
,, Ages and ages past, Wilderness, to be elected from Walton county, will be seen, notwithstanding the postponement any gesture to explain Iiis meaning, Camp
'Withitsdarkcedars;and the thrilling Right, and from the counties of Hamilton and of these interesting subjects, was never known to mistake him, but either -
,w With her pale stars; and the mysterious Madison.A from unavoidable causes, thai the territorybf went out at the front to go up the bill,or
winds, Florida has at session at the back'Jo ret down to the moor, .ldo.
Tranght with all sound, were concious of law has been passed directing patentsto never, any one ,
those prayers. be issued upon all confirmed Spanish ti. since,its_organization, had mom important .-. t "
hath tics in Florida, the more effectually to con- acts; passed for the promotion of its general from the Maisachmttti Journal. /
.
woman's
How, r.1aD1lueh heart bursting firm all Spanish claims. prosperity.' Extraordinary Do;.--After what wo
Since then in silence and ia i darkness Two thousand dollars, have been appropriated Iu defence, by fortifications, navy-yard, have seen of learned pigs and military birds,
breath'd for the compilation and printing of and arsenal i is in rapid and steady progress. 'we can believe almost any thing about animals -
.Like a dim night-flower's odour,up to God! the J laws. .. Die roads,harbors, and rivers throughout }' however,tIle following anecdote told
An act has been passed for the survey the whole limits of the territory, are eitherin us by a Spanish gentleman, who himself
'Suggested by the'picture of a kneeling and sale of the public lots in St.Augustine a state of actual improvement,or surveysare witnessed the, facts, :is more iuJii'thon
Magdalen. and Pensacola. By the provisions,of this ordered preparatory to future operations. any thing we ever heard: General Octa-
law, the public lots, commons, &c. reserved Commercial privileges have been granted vion, one of Napoleon's ccferj taken'by
POLITICAL.TO by the laws of Spain, or of the United to important port; established usea and the Spanish., was for along time kept prisoner -
A-. States, and vested in the corporations of buoys are about to be at others, at Court garrison, on:the Straits! of
THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA' the aforesaid cities, are confirmed. for the general interests of commerce., A Gibraltar. Ills favorite companion was a
Fellow Citizens*--It has been my habit, The Burnt Hospital lotand appurtenances canal survey is projected and ordered, by remarkable l rge'water-dog. One day tho
sinco I have had the honor to serve as your in St. Augustine, is vested in the Mayor the provisions a special law, to make tho General;attempted escape'by swimming
Delegate in Congress, at the end of each ,and his successors in office, for the pur- navigation continuous from 'New Orleansto -be was discovered and ,pursued.." Tab
"successive session,to render an account to poses of education.An Appalachicola.An dog having received instructions froth his
my constituents of the acts and events of a act has passed directing the sale of important and beneficial change has master, seized his hat,and holding it up in
public character that I supposed would be the remainder of the quarter section at been made in our organic laws Mail his teeth,swam at a distance from hirn, and
most, interesting to to them. Webbville, and the proceeds of the whole routes, mails,and post offices) are fextcnti- in this way actually decoyed his pursuers:
The session which has just terminatedwas vested in some permanent fund, the proceeds ed to every neighborhood throughout theterritory. for some Urn* Tim dog being caught, tho
one signalized by the discussion of of which arc directed to he applied deception was, of course! ;discovered; and
, some of the most important .and agitating exclusively to the support of common It ,would be vain and idle to enlarge upon both were carried bock to prison. Here,
questions that-ever engaged the deliberations schools in the township.A .' these subjects. You must all see,,that, so this remarkable animal continued lobe his
of Congress. In the decision of law has (been enacted for the sale of far as H depends| ',on Congress, you have fnend and benefactor.. If he was orderedto
these momentous questions of national policy public lands in quarter sections, or forty every reason to satisfied with the parental .carry a note and bring! back an answer,it
,we were incidentally,as an appendage acre tracts, to accommodate poor settlers, care of the Federal Government.It was done. He understood whatever was
of the Union,deeply concerned. The laws and giving pre-emption rights to eighths, has been my misfortune to have sortie said in his presence} and when the General
having denied ushowever. any direct participation under certain limitations. unhappy collisions with the" Executive wished for the attendance of his harbor, o-
or suffrage in their settlement, it The live oak plantation is still continued, branch of the Government, in the maintenance any other person accustomed to servo him,
will be unnecessary for me to offer any ob- in despite of thef puny assault made uponit of principles in which the honor and thedog would gb for him, and not coma
servations upon them. The general measures at the late session of Congress. interests of the territory were deeply con back without him. If money was given
were of such national interest, and' Camp King will:,e re occupied by a detachment cerned. These difficulties were never'' him to buy bread,ho would go to the takeds -
looked after with so much solicitude theirprogress of United States troops, if the sought{ by me,aid were never encountered and bring just as much aa bo was ordered
that the result of them must be Indians are not removed uDder the condi- until Impelled by an imperative sense of and no more. One day the General
known to all of you. I shall confine rayFedf tional.contract with them. public duty to those who had delegated me gave him four cents done up in a silk'handkerchief
1 to tbs proceedings i 'of Congress i in which The office of Law Agent has been abolished to make known their wishes,and to protect and.told him to go to the market
the prosperity of bur Territory was more ,and several sinecures,called live oak their interests here. The 'principle for and buy one pound,of fib. The dog went
directly and locally concerned. The appropriations agencies, will soon feel the: hand of retrenchment which I have contended, that your voice immediately to the,fifth still, and Saving
for public works were as follows: and reform. should be heard on the subject of the appointment patted his paws on the beocbandkid! down

.For the fortification at Pensacola, one Provision las been made for the estab of officer, wbOso duties bring the, money- waited. patiently, ,wbUe' t... .Tfttlh
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_ ., _-,.._ ,., *4- *>'.Jt'"*-- $ .. .....M-__ and Board of Aider- the Privy of the house they inhabit (,.5
"' States tho Mayor once
; j I, oop'paiag ,
,.Utf'. wergm.rjO-1t; isAtrunbCr, thinkingit Sloop> Sarah Isabella n Woodvtj&iK,Sunond*., doe men of the City of Key West have every t\Vo weeks, and every person failinc

easy to deceive such a customer ordered Sloop Mary Jane, Long, do": deemed it their duty to pass the following or refusing to,comply with} the provisions Hr;

Iii, boy to give hlmT'ul, tbtto. quarters .of a Sloop Lady Clay,.Ginger. -. .;' ordinance: this Ordinance, shall bo fined the sum of
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pound, f Wfieiher the dog know Iho weights 17. Scl r. Motto, Watlington, do.. Sec.-1., Do it ordained by the Mayor Two Dollars for each offence.

by sight or saw any suspicioul.expresslonin : Sloop Friend, Bethel, Nassau. and Aldermen of the City of- Key West, Sec. 2. Be it further ordained That it

i the man1 face, or actually understoodthemcaningofh'Mwordaisuncertain Sloop Content, Bethel, Reef. do. That frorp and after the passage of.this or- shall be the duty of every house-keeper
Cushman to
but Stewart, ,
48. SloopVIII'
; Sarah Isabella Simonds,do. dinanceit shall bo of the Health keep the yards und enclosures upitcr their
him to take the fish Sloop boar
nothing could.Induce when ordered lo do Schr. San Fernando, do. Officer of the Port to each and every Control, and the privys,and other outhouses -

after being weighed.answered; with short Schr.. Temeridad Godoy, do. vessel arriving here, as soon as may be, and in them,clean.and in good order; also r

so, he perpetually a 19. Sloop Sarah Isabellado.. with a view to occasion as little delay as it shall be tho duty of,the, Cty Marshal, at

angry growl; 'and the m1VQS obliged to Sloop Friend:Bethel, do. possible; to inspect such vessel and her! least once every month, to. t slttbc enclosure
give him good,weight before hd could force 20. Fair American, Raynal, liar vessel be in -
Sloop such *
crew,-and should a con 8 of all houses in t1 City_ of Key \Vcf,
animal at
hire away. This extraordinary I := I dition to require it, or any of her crew la; nnd see that the same are clean.:.and the
notice that his master was
tracted so much : NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. bour under infectious or contagious d,= out-houses in good order, and whenever l he "

induced to leach him to write, by holdiing .HH sense, ho shall quarantine such vessel,or ns shall find n y'fil b or dirt which he
succeeded
a pen with both'his paws.. lie CITY ORDINANCES. many of her crew and for such a lime as he deem prejudicial to the health of the City may
and perhaps .
wonderfully in this attempt! ; '
may deem necessary.Sec. he shall notify the person or persons occupying
this dog might have IJrooocoo..a popular ORDINANCE-NO !3. further ordained aforesaid *
2. Be it as the enclosures, having: the'control
: hook, (as other puppies have done,) had not For the better Police Regulation of the City That no vessel arriving here,from and of the same, to remove the said filth imme-
of the Spanish
the accursed ignorance of Key West. after the passage of this ordinance, shall bo diately, and upon failure of the person
animal to aforesaid -
and
condemned the interesting Sec. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor
priests the until board '
said filth it
permitted to approach city to remove ,shall be the
death, from tho very philosophic conclusion Board of Aldermen of the City of Key Officer
the Health
ed and inspected by ; duty of the Marshal; to have the same
that nO'c1og could possess so much West, that from and after the 15th day of commander ol removed -
and should captain or at the'Cost-of the person liable
any
rnoro:;intelligence' than they clid, "withoutthe August inst t\ the City Bell shan be rung for vessel said without a'nd to
approach city per- remove tlie'saipe, failingor
any person
General Octavion nine I every
him. half
devil helped five minutescommencing at past
mission from said officer or should ho land to reortive dirt filth
refusing
or when
in. at the in'KJ14, I homo all of any ,
atill remained prison peace ; o'clock,!?. M. to warn persons
known' to what became of any person'or permit any person to go on required by the'City' Marshal, shall', in addition
and it js not us colour and should person or personsof
; any .
'" board of such vessel without such ]permission to the costs, of removing the same
he found in the streets after bell. ,
colour
liini. __ ; he shall be liable to a prosecution on be subject to a fine of five dollars,and costs.
if free
; --- ring without written, permission ( ) behalf of the said city for a sum not exceeding Sec. 3. Be it further ordained,' That
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GAZETTJ&' from the Miypr or an Alderman, and if a three hundred dollars. .nJiicJi
THE when any privy rflay be erected
mistress upon
his her
slave from master or ,
or
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained That any lot within .the limit?: .oflhojCity, aid

KEY WEST: heshe ot they may be fined, whipped or should any person or persons, in violationof shall, from its situation, or 'the manner in t
labour the streets for a time
t WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22, 1032.' put not to exceeding on three public days, at the discretionof the true intent and meaning of this ordinance which the same is kept, become generally

.cr.-=--_,-...,.- t -- -, tlio Mayor or Mayor and Board of Al- approach near to, or go on boardof offensive, it shall be deemed. nuisance,
BmriraKCK.On Tuesday, Capt. Hoxie, dermen. any vessel arriving at this port, or land and tho owner, or occupant of the lot, or

from the same until such inspection as afore the person having the control thereof, shall
\Vrec1dng.Scbr.1PlzarrojCellin with the Sec. 2. Be it further ordained as afore-
said has been made and permission given, remove the same to such place ia the said
'Dennett of Boston said That it shall not be lawful for :
wreck of Brig Cfenry ; any
; he or they shall be 1 liable to a prosecutionon premises, as the Mayor of 'the Corporationand
cut coloured wh.eth.er free er, a slave, to !
Both masts were away person,
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near Tortugas. behalf: of said city for any sum not exceeding two other nhembermay deem most

and hanging by berside,night' -heads started, play tho fiddle.heat a drum or make-which any ,. three hundred dollars, and be quarantined proper, and upon the refusal or 'failure,of
after
and die'ho'ld full of water. There 'wai ,no other kind noise bell-ring, by at the discretion of the said Health such norson to remove tho same, it shall be

person on board, and t io appearance she had) the nonce and quiet. without of the inhabitants may Officer and the Mayor of the city. lawful for the City Marshal;, to remove the
disturbed writtenjxjrjnission
.' been lately abandoned the Brg: was laden be Ihe Alderman See. '4. Be it further ordained, That: it same at ,the expense of'the party refusing,

with lumber. The Tizatro. took from from Mayor oran ordinance; any coloured shall be the duty of all pilots when they and the person so refusing shall be fined the
violating this may
anchor and person speak vessels bound to this port or passing sum of Five Dollars.
toad of.hrber an
labdur
Jjer a deck ; I>c1finedj whipped or put to hard- at
through any of the channels thereof,to ascertain -* i Sec. 4. Be it further ordained That
cable; itblowinghejxvjr, and the cargo not the discretion of tho Mayor or 'Mayor and any

being of much value, .Capt.,Ilozie then abandoned Board of Aldermen. previous to their going on board, I person subjecPRj'ihw Ordinance, and failing -
t : such vessel,whether three! bo any sicknessor I to co'mptjcjvith ,the same, or refusing
her \ Sec. 3. Be it further ordained/'I'lhat every
.:: disease the persons board andfurther I
among on ; to costs or fines in
.. ." _... .. . citizen may.apprehend any person or persona pay any consequencethereof
_.i* *t40*V "I***)'' % 0 to ascertain whether the Cholera or i execution be issued
On first, will bo found Col.Vhltets of colour found at large, playing the may against
sour page 'other other contagious disease prevailed at the them by tr,e Mayor as in case of judgment.
drum
The fiddle of making
\ circularto,his constituents. ,beating a any
from vnich said vessel last sailed
port or Passed 28_ April, 1832. t
,have just noise by which tli( pence and quiet of the ,
this no
people of Territory can touched at her and should
inhabitants may be disturbed after bell-ring, during voyage; O. O'HARA;; Maydr.ORDINACE .
Cause,of,,Cor pl lot either against Congressor such be the case, or should there be any I ALEx.\ DEn PA1TEhtov.Clerk.
and I b said before ,
I their Representative: Much, very much, ) taking person or persons sickness or disease on board the said vessel, !
the or Alderman and obtainingan
has been done in furtherance of their inter- _Mayor an him the said pilot shall: not go aboard of such -No. 2. t
order. from. ..either, may, commit.. her
but shall her with his boat "
His commonly re.ocived s> vessel precede ,
a
ests and prosperity o. .. or them to jail, and on the following morn- show her the the To regulate Streets, ,and_ _remove___ obstruc
that to nr- and WilY to quarantine .L'
;-, opinion in this Territory, ing the said parties shall be.broughl before Lions from ue.liame.

gins the merits or advocating the claim of the Mayor to receive sentence. ground.--And should such pilot board any Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
such vessel ho shall forfeit his branch and
any particular individual, men are actuated Sec. 4. Be it -further ordained, That Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Coun
be the discretion of the
of by self-intercste'd, motives, rather than a : from and after tho 15th day of August inst. quarantined and Health Officer at and should' Mayor cil assembled,and it is hereby ordained by

.sense of what is due to the public good.: I it shall not bo lawful fir any store c? shopkeeper commander of; such vessel any refuse captain to the authority aforesaid, That no houso

disclaim such principle:=Intending : to keep open his,her or their store or building or enclosure, shall remain! or encroach
.We any: stateor conceal from such pilot the true'
: or allow customers remain within upon any Street,and such obstruction
and shop Ip every -
havingpoeapectation
shortlytoloavoJHTerritory! ; condition of said vessel and those on board
: ,
at Ior.after shall be deemed"a
the same after bell-ring night! nuisance.
of returning, wo may be -or whether he has sailed.from or touched -
should
10 o'clock A. M. on Sumlay seard Sec. 2. Be it further ordained.. That
.Credited "ben'we declare lh twe hove no this at any such infected hortl or has been
in violation! of
to mtrtead 'the people.We any person or persons, : boarded during his from on board when any Street or Square in the City: ,shall
passage
inducement ordinmce storeor ,allow
shop or
,keep.open be obstructed as aforesaid and of
"pleasure of,a personal acquain- :aura after I of any vessel infected with any such contagious complaint
",,have not Jh. company: remain within the the same shall be made to the Mayor and
.tanco with Col.White; his roputation"how- the hours above specified, 'he, she or they I disease, he shall be liable to a prosecution Aldermen, it shall be the duty ofsaid Loan
behalf of said
ever public property. We have spoken shall be fined in a sum not exceeding twenty .l not exceeding on three hundred city dollars.for any sum to appoint fit and proper persons to examine -

"or"bi blLvround him. In review dollars at the discretion of the Mayoror
n a* wo & Bo it further ordained That it shall and report to them, if the said obstruction
,
ing the various act which;have been brought Mayor and Board, of Aldermen.Sec. .,I be the duty of all pilots to communicatethe ought to be removed, end if-tho .ro-.
De- 5. De it further ordained, That it moval of the is recommended said
to'the'corisideratlon; Congress by our existence of this ordinance to the cap- same by

'legate',:it wjll' he teen that several have been shall not be lawful for any person or persons tains or commanders, of ajl vessels which persons, the Mayor shall order.the same to
commit riotous
to disorderly or
any ,
passed materially,affecting the interests of indecent act at time within the corpo-; I they may speak or go on board of, boundto he removed by the owner or occupant of
whlcli DEBEN- any this of the channel said building, and a copy of such order
this place;-among arc the port, or through any -
ration limits
any white'person or persons
; shall be the Marshal
by City served
runs .DILI.' ,*,a.a appropriating' $15-' violating this ordinance, shall be fined in a thereof; in default whereof* and on the upon
I behalf said city they shall be liable to a owner or occupant of such building
to finisb' the Barracks at this place. hundred dollars ,
000 sum not exceeding one ;any Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that'if

Col.'.White baa hitherto been warmly op- coloured person or persons violating the hundred prosecution dollars.for any sum not exceeding three the owner or occupier of the said,building

\% same,shall bo fined, whipped or. put t*hard
shall fail or refuse to remove the'same after
Sec. C. Be it further odained That the
nity. labour the Streets tho infliction of these ,
on ; the
; service of notice aforesaid it
as shall
,
quarantine ground bo abreast of and to the
opposition i will cease: the people are.beginAingtoknow penalties to beat the discretion of,the Mayor westward of,the Mangrove Key, in the be the duty of the City Marshal, and he is
up-
and Board Aldermen.
of
or Mayor
their true interestsj: in_ 'purdfiit Be it further ordained That per part of the harbour of Key \west,knownas hereby authorized to have-he said houseor
Sec. 6. ,
of that interest.theymust support Col. any Fleming's Key. building, or any.nui nce,removed from:
found about the "- ,
jWbitefore-election.: We: ,bavedone: ourwe person or drunk persons should lying such Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That" the the Street or Square, and the expense of
streets or or person or
outy,in placing,tile' acts of their Delegate persons bo notoriously vagabond( he,she or boat of the Health Officer shall be designated removing the same shall be paid by'the

fairt /o &tbo.people they' cannot plead they shall helloed, imprisoned or'put to by a yellow flag at the bow; and that and person for owning tho amount or occupying thereof such cxeution building,

ignorance of the services."laidi.1ie has per- hard labour at the discretion of the Mayoror any person exhibiting such flog with a viewto issue in of *may'&
as case judgments. <
formed. Jt'Utuelesi persuade 'or to en- Mayor and Board ot Aldermen.Sec. defeat the object of this ordinance, be Passed 28 April, 1832.

deavor'to convince. men who "against conviction '7. Bo it further'ordained,That each liable to a prosecution on behalf of said O. O'HARA, Mayor..

; 'shut, their eyes and ears.1'.CORtHIERCIAL., and every criminal sentenced to bo whipped city for dollars.any sum exceeding three Hundred .AtEL\'lDEn PATTSKSOX, Clerk *
'
by a Magistrate or any other legally au- ',
-3 thorised person, shall be punished at the Sec 0. Be it further ordained, That all -

: '" whipping post near the jail: l; and should any penalties incurred by a violation of any of 'ORDINANCENo.3.To ;
the of this ordinance shall be
I "" provisions ,
r person or persons undertake to punish publicly ) jprevcni the running at large of Swine or

r : CO ll\IERCEOF'. KEY. WEST. said offenders at anyother place.within prosecuted for by the Mayor or Mayor pro. Goats within the Corporation limits of

',: ---. the corporation limits, said person or tern of this city, before any Court having Key West. .,

"\ IUP RTA' 'i01u.-Pel'Sarah Isabella,from persons'shall be fined in a sum not exceed cognizance of the same Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen

' wrecked American Ship Shepard 150 boxes -' ing fifty dollars (breach offence at the discretion 9. Be it further ordained, That this Ordinance of the City of Key West, in Council

\ white Havana sugar. Per Scbr.,Thistle, of the Mayor or Mayor and Boardof shall be in full force from and after assembled, and it is hereby ordained by

12 boxes do. Per Sloop Martha, Jane, 09 Aldermen. the period of three days from the passage the authority of the same, That after the

/ boxes do., Per Sloops' WOK ,Stewart and Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That any .and publication of the same; and that all passing this ordinance,all Swine found

Content Per Sloop,,20 boxes Sarah do.habeUa, front wrioked person subject to this ordinance, and failing ordinances: and parts of ordinances, here- running at large in any of the streets, or

,British Ship,Eliza Plummer, 41 puncheons\ to comply with the same,or refusing to tofore passed, 'conflicting with the provisj within the corporation limits of ley'Vest,

rum,27 finds sugar8 Mils ginger, .1 butt pay any costs or fines in consequence there- ions hereof; be, and the same are hereby re shall be taken into the possession of the Ci-

Madeira wine. Per Schr. Motto, 18 casks of, execution maT be issued against them pealed. ty Marshal, and the owner or owners there

Madeira wine 51 Ilhds rum,. 2 Hhds sugar, by tho Mayor:. as m case of judgement. Approved 24th July, 183?, of shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corpo-

14,bbls ginger Per Schrs. Temeridad& Approved 1st August, 1832. O. O'HARA, Mayor.Alexander ration the sum of One Dollar, for each and

San Ferpe.nclo, 6J!Ilhds rum,, 1 pipe wine. O. O'IIARA, Mayer. Patterson, Cleric.ORDINANCENO.. every hog, sow or swine, so found runningat

7 Hhds sugar, 1 bag' pimento. Havana Alexander Patterjfon, 'Clerk, large, belonging to him,her,or them,and
American from ,
Per
$10.986IU'er Sloop Fair1 dollar: ,. ? 1. on their failing s&r: <''". *%. ..;ITT'

OnDINANC -No. 12. To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key Marshal is beret! ; ., .' (:. -&.r'

J7 -" Establishing. Quarantine Regulations .fur West hog, sow or swii ., .; : "{ :, "

}\; MARINE the Port of Key West: Sec. 1. De it ordained by the Mayor and cry; the proceedducting wIIo I salmi. at: ". '.-

INT 'I.IGENCE. Whereas it has been considered highly important Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Coun the expo --'- ":'ICU!' 1.1'1", f1 d

in all well regulated communities cil assembled and it is hereby ordained by the,above IpecI&'Jr, p ef". be ,ltH

POUT OF KEY WEST. to prevent the introduction of infectious the authority of the same, That from and pay over. to the ov '. t .....,JJ,...nr t) .. ..

or contagious disease, and whereas after the passing of this Ordinance, Sec. 2. Belt t.t.i betUI.t"; & :.. t t .

"',. ARRIVED)* SINCE OUR LAST. the disease 'called the Indian Cholera 'it shall be the duty of all house-keep Goats caught run.tog' .-1 g. \4la.u .t-.

,. Aug.S 16.'Sl 2N. Amer, Braman, R. r.I : has made its appeannca in the United era, to put ot least one peck of Lime into limits of the. City, *4$ r,.. h". t: v .

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so as to prevent their jumping, from and of the City of Key West,in Council as. Sec. 1. Bo it ordained by tIle Mayor shall be in full force and operation as regards

after the second day of May, shall bo shut semblcd, and it is therefore ordained hi and Board of Aldermen of the Cityof such slaves; and all such remedies as are

by the City Marshal, or any person author- the authority aforesaid, Thatall Vesselsof Key West, That any master of a provided In said lection aforesaid, hit and

ized by him.Passed War shall be subject to the following vessel wishing a Pilot into tho Port of Key mar to pursued towprds'such slaves.
28 April, 1832. Jjec.: 9. Beit further odaincd, That a tax
rates of pilotage West shall if spoken by a Branch Pilot be '
,
one half of,one per Centum be, and tho
O. O'IIARA,1 Mayor.ALEXANDER .
Sec. 1. All Vessels of War take him and he is
to hereby
compelled
P.ATTEKSON Clerk. per foot. \ ) tamp is hereby laid,on all improved real estate -
I drawing 5 and not more than 14 required to dischar o any other person who in said city; and one half of one per.

feet, i : : J2? 00 may have offered Ins services to pilot said centum on all unimproved real estate in
ORDINANCE-No. 4. i Drawing 14 and not more than vessel) into this harbour, without paying him said city-Provided, aid unimproved real

To Tax Pedlars ftncl 'TransIent Traders. I 18 feet, : : 0 : 225 I II for the same; and should the master of estate shall not be trained at more than

Sec. 1. Be ordained, by the Mayorand I Drawing 10 and not over 21 feet, 2 CO said vessel refuse to do so, and persist inkeeping Tw.cnty'fivo Dollars per acre which said
Aldermen of the City of Key West, in Coun value as well of improved as of unimproved -
Over 21 feet the slid unauthorised
on
: 3 00
assembled and it is hereby ordained by : : person real estate,shall be estimated and assessed
Sec. 2. All Merchant Vesper foot. board, ho shall bo liable to pay the full amount on oath two disinterested
by
N ,tho authority aforesaid, That any person I gels drawing 5 and not over 12 of pilotage to the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board. persons
. ;.coming within the limits of tho City of feet shall speaking him. Sec. Be it further ordained
pay : : $1 50 10.. That all
Key West; and not being a resident of the All above 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 00 Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all taxes'provided for by the foregoing section,

Island and having Store therein, who shall All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 Pilots boarding any vessel bound into the shall, after giving twenty days notice to that

sell or dispose any goods, wares or mer- All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Port of Key West, shall spew to the master effect to the owner or owners, or agent of
chandize live stock and such estate,be sued for by the said Mtmbal
except poultry, Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or depart- of the same his Branch, and shall also
tho limits of the aforesaid shall before the said Mayor or Mayor tem.
within
City pro
the spew of the to
ing through North West Pas- a copy regulations relating
by proper action, together with tho costs for
vend
before ho proceeds to or dispose of
,,;age, and drawing 4 feet or upwards Pilots. serving such police. '
the same, pay to the Treasurer of the City, such Passed Juno 1C, 1832.
except as are hereinafter Sec. )1, Be il further ordained, That
Ten Dollars,and obtain from the Clerk of mentioned P. C. GREENE P. T.
shall pay 2 00 Mayor. such! assessors shall for their services in es-
the City, a License specifying the object All vessels bound Alexander Clerk. and
through tho North West Patterson! ; : timating assessing as aforesaid, receive
for which the same'isgcanied.Sec. : Pass, and touching at Key West for the o the sum of Ten Dollars, out of any money
2. Be it further'ordained, That a- purpose of landing passengers, letters, or ORDIN ANCE-No. 9: in the Treasury: of said city not otherwise
'
ny person coming' into the limits of Key obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or An ordinance to raise a revenue in and for appropriated.Sec. .

West, who may be subject to this Ordinance water, shall depart without being subject to the City of Iey'West. 12. Bo it l further ordained, That

and ftil't comply with the first the above ordinance, unless tho Master of 8co. 1. Bo it ordained by the Mayor and where any owner, owners,or agentof any

section thereof, shall be fined Twenty Dollars the said vessel shall request a Pilot to take Board of Aldermen of the City of Key improved o.r unimproved real estate wbo

,to be recovered: before he Mayor.Sec. charge of such vessel nnd take her out over West, That from and after tho first',day of shall on oath that, before his estate tho has Mayor been and ,Alder
men, too
say highly
Bo it farther ordained That June next, it shall and bo lawful for ,
,. 3 any may
the Bar; for which services he shall rece'ncthe" assessed,, it shall be tho duty of said Mayor
and
citizen inhabitant '
personwho may have his goods, wares usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots detained any every of Key person West, being aforesaid a to or keep and Aldermen, 01 a quorum of the Board,

or merchandize sold or disposed of by any on board of any vessel, by the request open in said city any billiard room*or rooms, to proceed forthwith to assess such estate
person established and doing business as a her commander shall receive for retail which assessment nhall be final.
of to dry goods or groceries,'or both, to
Commission Merchant in tho City of Key each and every day's services:: Three Dollars sell goods on commission, or when appoint. Passed May 21 1. 1G32. .

West, shall be exempt from tho provisionsof per day, over and above his pilotage. ed by tile Governor of Florida by auction Alexander Patterson O. O'HARA, Mayor.
Clerk.
this Ordinance.' Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels i wit hiij the.limits of said city, upon receiv- ,
;. Passed 28 April, 1832. ing a license touch efTect under the hand '
shall not !he to this ordinance.
",:," Q. IIARA, Mayor.ALEXANDER subject I and seal of the; Clerk for the time being of ORDINANCE---NO. 10.
"
;PATTEHSON Clerk. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any i said city, who is hereby authorised and required Concerning Dogs.!

., vessel having passed thq Buoy on the Bar i to issue the same under the conditionsand Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
-
of the North West Passage, before having I provisions hereinafter set forth. Board of Aldermen of the
ORDINANCE. 5. city of Key West
"Sec" 2. Be: it further ordained, That
been boarded Pilot shall not be obliged
a
by
, For preventing the introduction of Cholera i previous to Oho issuing of any such license That from and after the passage of this act,
'f info the City of Key West. to take the same; but in case a Pilct .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 Cap- ,, .party'"applying for the same shall pay or the precincts of said city, shall bo taxed

name of Indian Cholera, at present prevailing tain, then he shall receive" the usual pilot cause U>be paid,unto tile said Clerk for the for the same and every one of the same, at

in the Northern parts,of Europe,' age.. uso of the said city, the sum or sums following the rate of one dollar for every male and
Sec. Be it further ordained That all / to w it: Ten Dollars for every Billiard
of the most fatal character, and as such 5. three dollars for every female-to be applied
disease may be introduced into our own vessels bound into the Port of Key West, Table;; for Ten the Dollars-rand retailing of dry if both goods, Fifteen or groceries. to the use of said city of Key West.,

port?, by vessels trading with that quart and'spoken by a Pilot-Boca Chica bearing Dollars; fur selling goods by auction, on the Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all

to of the Globe, North, or North-tiVcsterly, shall pay full : gross amount of,sales ono quarter of one owning dog br dogs, shall
persons any
Soc 1. Bo it therefore ordained by pilotage at the same rates as though sheIla per centum; and each aod' every commission within the of three days after thepnSD ,
Aldermen the of been i in the ShipChannel merchant shall the of Fifteen space
the,Mayor and of City brought over main_ pay sum Dol- e of this act, pay to the Marshal of
Key West, That all vessels arriving from Bar. :All vessels arriving and not lars per annum.
the said
Sec 3. Be it further ordained that city of Key West, tho tax requiredby
where the said disease exists having been ya Pilot beforo any
ports or places pas-
tho 1st section of this
act and tako his
the shove name limit,; 3 and every parson keeping open any billiard ,
sha11 he taken by the Pilots of the Port sing and. being
room, or retailing any dry goods or groceries receipt for the same; and the Clerk of said
without their going on board, to the Quarantine miles from the Light House on Key West,
orselling any goods in said city, either city is hereby required grant a licenso to
Ground, northward and westwardof shall only be subject to pay half pilotage; auction commission merchant with-
by or as : person applying for the same, on J Wa
any
Fleming's Key, there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing tho ouj having first obtained a license for such being shown the receipt of the Marshal/or

'the direction of the,Mayor of the City,and aforesaid limits,'in that case she shall be purpose, shall beand he is hereby made liable the tax for which license.the Clerk
Health Officer of the Port exempted from paying any pilotage. ,to forfeit and pay for every such act, and ;and receive the further jnall

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That 'Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That all for every-repetition of the same, the sum of charge cents and conditions sum 0/fifty this
:
: required
Fifty Dollars, to be sued for and recovered
while it shall be thought : by th vessels thc"Vest Pass and
necessary arriving through been /
th
with costs of suit before the !Mayor or May- act having COIIIIIiI'wit", Perron
s: Health Officer, that such vessel l or vessels the East end of the Dry Rocks,to tim Westward jDEJ>ro teJla---d: said city-one half to the complying shall be authorised/0 allow

: shall perform quarantine,no intercourse of Sand Key,Uwmng south-wealaliaH--" use of the informer o.atir.nara.the remaining his dog or dugs to run at largo istreets
whatever shall 15 held with the'City or Isl- "payTull pilotage, ,but if not spoken until half to the mo of said city. for! the space of wo
'and of Key West, but by permission and passing .the aforesaid limits, and being' Bee. 4. Be it further ordained, That nothing year.
under the direction of the Mayor and three miles from Key West Light only half in this act contained shall be so con- Sec. 3. Beltru That the
structed as to license the keeping open of Marshall of tile city of\c ". ___
Health Officer;and all persons who shall pilotage shall bo recovered, but if spoken 1 :at.
billiard after eleven clock kill nn n'f
room o on cd and
to
destroy
any
with such vessel or-vcssels after the aforesaid limits shall be owners
hold intercourse passing Saturday evenings, or at any time during large in the strcet f winchhave
without first obtaining said permission,shall exempted from paying pilotage. the Sabbath. wA the foregol"g provisions *
be liable to perfurm.thesame quarantine Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all not of complied this 'ho shall! receive the,

may be imposed upon the vessels! and car- Pjlots who shall bring vessel into this Port licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immediately act, each and cv rd3
o.. shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the 'take effect, and be in force for the sum of fifty cents/ :

Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That thisOrdinance commander can shew good and sufficientcause space of one year from the first of June so destroyed. / .
shall remain in full, force, until to tho contrary. Any vessel arriving .next; and that for every such license so issued Sec 4. De.i/urtncr ordained, That no
the said Clerk shall receive the the imta of thecity
sum rcsidii/vilnout !
thts Board. this Port without Pilot shall have lib- person
'
expressly repealed by at a ,
of Two Dollars for his Ins
own use. '51, hn.llllCrmit dog ?r
.Passed 28 April, 1832., to depart without a Pilot, unless the of Key/
erty Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That(rem large m the 8lrcets oC saul
: O, O'IIARA,Miryor.attwDrtt Captain should wish one. and after the said first day of June next, all dogs wiih/fi"to run" *complying with tho TO-
PATTERSON, Clerk. Sec. Oi Be it further ordained, That free negroes and mulattoes, whatever sex, cify, ,
f this act dog <>r dow
each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or cause -to be paid unto tbe City tuisitio any
ORDINANCE-No. C. Branch, shall make application to the May Marshal, the sum of One Dollar per head Found r rung at largo may bo 'destroyed
per annum for suck free or mulatto after ice given! to the owner hereof by
every negro
> An Ordinance to prevent the ,shooting of or and Aldermen, and before he obtain
FireArms, &c. within the limits of the such, he, the said,applicant, shall undergo of.trip age fifteen years or o\"or.lod. any nccr of the_ Corporation ,or ,member. .
West. ,I for every such aegro or mulatto under fifteen r. ';
City of Key examination before Committee th }
Sec. 1. Be it ord'inoo'bl the'Mayor an competent years of-ago and ovet ten yean, the 5. Bo it Further ordained That
to be constituted by the Board, to c.
sum of Fifty cents annum-the whole
and Aldermen of.theCity* of Key West, I examine such applicantand if he be found to be received to the per use of said citv-for Jdinance No. 0, passed 1\loy"6, 1832;.bo,

In Council assembled, and it is hereby or- competent' ,it shall be the duty',of the Clerk which the said Marshal shall give to all such rid the same is hereby repealed ', ',

darned by the authority aforesaid, That it to grant a Branch to such applicant, and negroes and mulattoes a good and sufficient Passed June 1C, 1032.

shall not be lawful for 'any person within I the said'Branch shall signed by the Mayor receipt, which shall operate as a license fo P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. ,,7,

'the limits of the City, (which limits shall for which the applicant shall pay to the one year from the first day of June ne Alexander Patterson, Cl r"ORDINANCEN', *
be construed as extending as far PS Eliza- Five Dollars and Dollar and in default of such negroes 01 mulattos -
Corporation. one
I, or one of them failing to comply tta
beth street,) to'fire off or discharge any fire any Iii
each
to the Clerk. it shall be required of tbe provisions of the first clause of thi ec-
arms of any description whatever,or to dis- and every Pilot, before he receives his or tion, the Marshal or said city, after/ wg Sec. I. De it otJained by the Mayor and

charge any crackers, or other fire works their Blanch, to give good security in the five days notice thereof, shall attacb he bodies Board of Aldermen of the .city of Key

'whatever, and any person violating the sumof One Thousand Dollars,for the faith of such negroes or mulattoes &nd advertise West, That the Marshal of too staid thy

provisions of this ordinance shall be fined performance of his or their duty as and sell the said negroes' /r mulattoes shall collect all sums of money due to, the

Five Dollars for each and every offence, Branch Pilot. for such a period and (OflUC/an amountas said city, whether for taxes or otherwise,

and upon failure to pay the same, shall be Sec. 0. Be it further ordained, That if will pay and them satisfy, together the tax win*/the hereby reason imposed within sixty days after they shall have'bo-

imprisoned not exceeding ten days. any Pilot shall bring in or carry' out of able costs upon 'u( such attachment; aDd for so come due, and shall pay over to the Treasurer

Sec,, 2. Be itjurther ordained, That if this Port any vessel or vessels, fora less! doing, be shall in every su<& case receive of the city the amount BO received by
any free negro, or,mulatto 'shall fire oil'or sum than he is lawfully entitled to, to the over and above for his own services, from him, before tlio expiration of ono month

.discharge any fire arms, or discharge any, prejudice of any other Pilot, he or they, on sucl/free negro or mulatto the sum of Two after tho receipt: of the same,taking the receipt -
crackers, or any other: fire-works whatever, conviction thereof shall forfeit and pay to Dollars to be taxed in U, Till of co lI.)3ec. of dIe Treasurer for the amount so

contrary to this ordinance, he or they SO offending the Corporation, Twenty Dollars, over and 7. Be it further ordained, That every paid over, which receipt shall be required
advertisedand
such free mulatto
fur the first offence shall be fined negro or to
above what the shall amount to voucher the settlement of
pilotage sold, shall, for the time being, be con of him as a on
Dollars and failure refusal to
Five ; upon or 'and all in relation to *of
controversy any part liderfed the property of tbe purchaser.Sec. his accounts.
pay the tame, he or they shall receive twen- i this Ordinance, shall be decided by the 8, Be it further ordained, That the Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained, That.tho

ty lashes; and for the second offence, he Mayor, subject, however, to an appeal to owner,or, owners or agent of every slave Marshal,of the said city shall bo the person
or they shall receive thirty-nine lashes, and the Board of Aldermen. .ball,on of before the said first day of June authorised to give receipts to any or
the same for each offence thereafter. Bee. 10. Be it further ordained, That next, pay to said Marshal for every such who be Indebted'to person the said
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That any subject to this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen year and under persons, may
information of a violation of any peison fifty, twenty-five cents-to be applied to city In any sum of money, whether for taxes
person this ordinance giving shall be entitled to one half failing to comply with the same, or refusingto and fur tbe use of said city-for which the fines or in any other manner j, and such
pay any costs or fines in consequence said Marshal u hereby required aDd directed receipts of the Marshal shall be the only
00 mon' *collected of the person so oflen- thereof execution may be issued against to give a sufficient receipt,which said receipt evidence of payment required of person -

: them by the Mayor, as in case of a judg. shall operate as a license for the period indebted as'aforesaid., any' .
IV:8lb: April, 1832. ment. of one year from the first of 3une next, ordained
O. O'HARA, Mayor. Passed 30th April, 1832. for the keeping of such slave or slaves; and Sec. 3. Be it further That

M, Patterson,Clerk.RDINANCENo.. O. O'HARA, Mayor. In cue the said owner, or owners, or agent the Marshal shall roceivQ five ;per' centum
f& of such slave or slaves shall refuse or nee on the amount of all sums so collected by
1 7. ALEXANDER PATTKBSOX, Clerk. lest to comply with the provisions of this him.
section, the said Marshall shall proceed in
.e the Pilotage for the Port of SUPPLEMENTARY to an Ordinance re. the maoDeT directed in the foregoing sec Passed June 16. 183i.

Key We t. golstior Pilotage for the Port of Ke>- tion; and all the provisions of said foregoing P. O. GREENE"", *Mayor lTr#

aed by the Mayor$ad Aldermen Wot section are hereby declared, and they Alexander Patterson .

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TilE establishment,in Charleston ,of an of the Charter. That power resides with THE CITY GAZETTE: Is one of tho their trouble;' >

t 'Newspaper'devoted to the each State Sovereignty. It is the State oldest existing Journals in the U. States. p( Editors of papers with whom we ex

support of their principles, sari been deem Right of sovereign -interposition to arrest Under many proprietors.its course with few change, are requested give the above all

expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation of Federal agents. The existence exceptions, have always been Americanand insertion, and tho favor will be reciproca
FREE TRADE PARTV. In pursuanceof of this right as the conservative popular. Of late years, from neglectmore '. .
this determination, TUB EVENING principle of our Constitution i is no new doc than any other cause,its influence and ted. ', t
POST will bo commenced as a Daily Evening trine ; it is coeval with our Federal polity, patronage had visibly declined. Within the Jan. 1st, 1832. :t, '

Journal,so soon as the requisite office and was asserted! by its founders and contemporary last year however, the present proprietors,
arrangements .can bo completed.The expositors. This principle is having entered upon a course of policy,, The following article originally,appeared
political tenets to which tho Evening the characteristic feature proudly distin more consistent with the politics of the in ibis paper: We republish it on accountof
be'devoted, are so familiar not Federal additions (having lately seen of it in nos
Postjrill guishing ours from other Republics South, and having made numerous u copy a -
to this community, have been so long tho in their elements. In the latter, a to the mechanical improvements of their ton paler, with many errors and inaccuracies -

prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of public establishment by fitting out in a new and in the latitude, longitude,rind.bearingof
press-ana have been' so often and triumphantly opinion,is construed by and varies with handsome type, and on a larger sheet and some of the Light Houses., It is' evident -
vindicated by the first mffida in our the changing will of a majority ; while in better description of paper than heretofore;; if this erroneous statement be followed
State and in tho Federal councils, that it it and have been favored with a
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, it will ) mislead the
materially .Mariner
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more as a permanent rule of action. large and proportional increase of patronage ,
which is offered such aid and so far from being a guide to warn himfrom
than the following exposition The formal recognition of a right including new subscriptions general
in lieu of a more detailed political creed. .on the face of the Charter would have been advertising. Within the last year, their danger, will subject him to the very
Free Trade will be advocated as the die superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against which our publicationwas
tate of an enlightened policy-as a privilege from the formation of a compact between of 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. As a feature of our political exception, almost daily added. The pro- relied accurate .
on as :
and as a right whlcb,1D ours,is guaranteedby system, it i U of course a political,not a prietorsin order the better merit that encouragement
tho Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary right. Formed for the protec of which, it is equally their "For the information of Mariners gene-

venerated instrument withheld from the tion of a minority from the usurpations of pride and pleasure,to acknowledge so much rally, we have procured.from the Collector
Federal agents the power to protect manu the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and ot the Port, the following schedule l of the
factures by restrictive duties ; it .has been I from the usurpation eta majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in connec- situation of the Light Houses along tho

usurped by a perversion of the revenue ,through the subserviency of those authorities tion with their office of business, a spacious Florida shore, under: :his superintendence.Cape .
power, and its exercise,involving sectional the Constitution itself needed protection.. Reading Room, in which, the chief Public Florida Zi A/.-Sationary. Si-
oppression for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely wa cot Journals find their way and are carefully tuated the south
has, necessarily,produced a sectional exas placed in either of the{parties against whom filed, from all the States in our Union.- on point oQeq.fiscayne, fLight
peration which endangers the permanency it was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities with about 400 yards from the beach. The
of the Union. It is impossible that the injured Court being one of the Federal agents,was out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette.A may be considered 70 feet above the

j parties can tolerate legislation, roman not, therefore, entrusted with its political regular weekly Prices Current, in letter level ot the sea, distant from the Gulf
ifestly unjust and unequal in its operation. guardianship. Nor could he engine of the form and upon a fine paper suitableor Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing

Without first proving, which w impossible, majority-the ballot box-have been con correspondence, carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 milesof
that the benefits the protection are equal sidered as the safeguard.- The sectional with the most correct estimate of the true the Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long.
ly apportioned to all the States-it is gross minority can exert no influence on the re condition of the markets, and put upon the CO 42 W.
absurdity to contend that tho burdens of presentation of 'Iectionalmajority. The most advantageous terms to all that come
tie Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, responsibility of representatives but secures under this class,is also issued from the officeof Light Ship Florida, Is situated on Ca-

it bo a tax on consumption exclusively, as their fidelity to their respective constituents I the proprietors. Their Reading Room,, ryford's Reef,near the site of the old one,

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. 80 27: ,W. It

yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no -effect nothing against the antagonist it free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished! as. -twodistihctLights
Tree people to submit to its unauthorised interest which the representatives of a ma and masters of vessels trading! to this are shown, which cangcnerally be
exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, jority may be compelled by their constituents port. To these improvements, they make seen at the distance-.of 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
taxed as consumers, but that the Charter.* The principle, therefore, is desolating man of leisure and business, alike hitherto is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks
inevitable result of the protective system is -that the Constitution is at the discretion unknownSIMMS & DURYEA, and shoals near which it,is placed.

the ultimate ruin of the Southotn prpducer of a majority, and must be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Key West Light,stands on the S. West
In ,the prostration of agricultural into surrendered to their wisdom and'justice!- o.Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is 'in

test. Resides, except Parliamentary transactions Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82 04 \Y.; erect
There is no solidity in the objection to of the two houses_of Congress-our TUB WEEKLY :MORNING COURIER ed for the purpose of guiding vessels when

our resistance, that others arc blindly submitting I frame of government no where recognizesthe AND N. YORK ENQIRER. entering tho harbour the directions fur
to the evils, which are overwhel- : consolidatingrule that the will of a ma ; ,
which are as follows: Bring the Light to
ming them in common with ourselves. shall The President may be
the
jority govern. On Saturday the 28th Jan: inst.
is not our justification. If bear N.N.W. and thousand Key Light to
of the
This
delinquency elected by a minority people ; a majority & N.
wo are awake to.the dangers and degradation I of Senators 'representing Stales, the Proprietors of the Morning Courier bear W.S.W. and you cross the Reef in

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

effort untried until we shall have repelled of the whole people, may reject a measure largest folio sheet ever issued, !a Weekly Light until within two miles, then steer

the invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed by tho representative Newspaper,to contain all that appears du N.W. until) you open FleemingV Key.
Post will,therefore, exhort to resistance of of the people in the other House-and ring the week in their daily paper. It will which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern
the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity vice versa, a bare majority in the other be published, on finu paper, with new type;;
"which has been part of the harbor and then run for it
,f that"American System, the
House may reject a measure passed by and to it wtlhin the reach of all classes
b ruias of the Free place The best anchorage is in tho oi;
.1t up on the System unanimous voice of tho Representatives of it will be afforded upper part
b ueatbed us by our fathers, and which, if the States in the Senate-The President, a of the community, the harbour. Height of the Light House
es U>lisbed as the settled policy of the coun- single. individual, may veto on the to subscribers at the reduced price of three Clam the level of tho sea, 83 feet 6 inches.
try;i'nust" in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both louses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad Light stationary.: ,

of UtDn,or melt down and consolidate the of the ..supremeCourt.,HoMtac. office .vance. Sand Key in
State vcieigntics into one limitless,irreeponsib4 not by_nlootMM t .t, t y appointment, may' 'In-consequence of,the other Daily Papers Light.--Revolving, once
despotism. The EvcMint..I?-* set aside the concurrent enactments. of in New York, determining not to board 54 scdonds. It is the best Light 'on the
i wiU opiS Iot.improvement aa unconstltow.v House, Senate, and President. Tbo pow vessels and receive their coast;-S.W. by S. 1-2miles from Key
news on Sunday
: .*'-.n engine of favoritism, er to protect the Constitution could not West Light-situated directly on the Reef.
the Publishers of tho Courier &;
"' sectional robbery, as creataxationitfor Enquirer '
,trnge have been rationally intrusted to the very The Light 70 feet above the sea.
perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation have: lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars Tortvga Light-Stntionnry-on'

IT"? opposo the recharteringuncoasUtutional was apprehended. It would have been indeed in a separate'news establishment, consisting one
of the of the Islands the
n.cd Dry Tortugas near western
tes' Bank, as manifestly committing the keys of tLehouse| to of one Schooner of'ninety tons, ,
of the Reef in Lat..24
1* as prolonging tho existence extremity 31 N.
of 4 I the safe-keeping of those, distrust of whom one of sxty tons, and the necessary row
dangsus and it will Long. 83 10 W.SEGAR .
; the of locks. The .
suggested propriety boats. This establishment is
oppose the projecte./, ilion of, the Surplus I power supported at .,
loft with the several 'State
Revenue was wisely annual of Nine Thousand dollars
as a >heme of barefaced, an expense -
wholesale bribery< definite rule of action for the
to *.. provided a
give a
with thatof PPrcMWD hon co-existant Federal Government,but a power to render at sea and their news disseminated through

A zealous and our Judicfous\tachment inoperative,that is to nullify,their unautho tho country with great dispatch, long before MANUFACTORY.WTT '
to the reach the harbour.In .
Union the : riled and irregular action. they
prescribes
crisis for making a pres u the.proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist its politics, the Courier & Enquirer isis WALL takes this '. i

promising stand orthe Consign Se in relation to these principles, the Evening purely Democmtic-adhering'to the prin- of informing
,tho jarring! interests of ,differl? sections' Post is pledged to the State'Rightsand ciples and usages of the Republican Party, the Public, that he has established

We organised against eacb other* in-econ. Free Trade Party;" and as tho support and advocating the re-election of General A SEGAB MAHITFACTOKV at Key West.-
of measures, to be efficient,must include Ho imports for this the lea
enable conflict-before, blindeu'rtheir[ Jackson to the Presidency. Its columnsare purpose, very
its bumble aid will be
the support of men. Tobacco
from Havana.
unrighteous<< the consolidationstates alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
contributed to extend the
hall regard as unloubted right theii1njuo zealously influence and promote the political personal ad. Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the Segars of the best quality, and of every
,advantages: -before they shall 'res.) description be had his
at establishment-
to may
vancement of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, nowever, it does
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous yin.Ciple OSr All orders in the above line will
-
that themselves to the good cause, which is identified not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots -
"publicopinikn"orthowflS a with tbo'alue of tho Union, and the Meet the earliest attention.
but the inculcates those
above the Coostitutid. on contrary,
majority ua
j power liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its of and May 23, 1832. 38 tH
and before the victim sovereignties in mink with these will be embarrassed principles morality religion only,
rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation which are formed upon peace and good IIF .
by a personal pledge to no candidate -
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall for the or other will to all mankind-the, fruit of which is Loggerhead Turtle Shell
Presidency any
rise in desperation and abolish a frame ofgovernment ) Hcc.D tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give a fair price

too much shattered to be reeogaiscd'as ;','" maintaining ground 'anudthd con- "persecution for opinion's sake.11 600 lbs. of the above article.
{ that for which they originally stipulated of Four Thousand of GEORGE E. WEAVER &
Utc\of party, it will be the aim of the Eve1ning Upwards: copies CO.
and which inveterate sectional hatred
_
,shall then render it impossible '' ost to ,preserve the dignity the Courier w Enquirer are published Daily, r r
L again tore-compose and re-edify. The South ever Press;ST courtesy and moderation,under and more than Three, bousaild Semiweekly IT. S. QUARTER MASTER'SOFFICE _
the belief that tho legitimate: ends of newspaper New-Vork its ,
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, ; and In iw: City of
will be satisfied with nothing'but equality distussion are best subserved by firm circulation is known to be mon than an 'jORTII EAST cornerof F.A.Browne'
wiU and zeal without in- '
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution ness t violence, hundred than other' J.1 Warehouse-up stairs. .
even if strictly observed, the slaveholding temp.erancVith the opinions and public per cent greater any Key West, Feb. B, 183?. 23 jtf
States are placed at decided disad acts of oppotants, it will exercisetbe' right paper. These facts arc referred to, as affording .
vantage./ Once leagued for the resumption of dealing frekly-but it is hoped-that no the only commentary the Proprio NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY. '
part of, its career ,will ever justify the suspicion tors can with offer on the qualityof Cottrell tt Co. vs
of rights, they will submit BO longer to a propriety the case of Joseph
system of, indirect taxation, calculated to of maxim its even partial adoption is fair in of the infamous "- the matter which will be found in their IN bales of cotton, picked up at sea and .t s f.
blind the people to the extent and inequality ,thajt" all politics contemplated weekly publication. libelled for salvage in the Superior'Court ;', ,

of their burdens-and they will demand 'IliedomestiocqncernsofournativeStatewill be 'watched, and the It 13 intended to publish 17,500 copies for the Southern Judicial District of Florida ,h

for labonngclass a representation fullyequal advocated carefully which.halt best calculated policy. of the first number of tho paper, which the Court has decreed, that after paying ,
to that of the laboring classes of the appear the costs and of said prosecution I
for her safe and economical will be distributed in different parts of the expenses
,
prosperity ,
other States The required ,concessions ,one.half of the residue of the value of
wlll be certainly refused by those by whom government country, and one copy-sent to each Post- said cotton (agreeable to the appraisement) ,
the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated While the Evening Post will be devoted Master in tho United States, in order that be paid to the said Cottrell & Co far their

by a calculation,pecuniary, profit to the promulgation oltbe'political faith set a specimen of the publication may be examined salvage on the same; pnd that the remainder
forth in tmYprospectus, it'Will not be .
-
and toss, and the Federal bond will be sundered of the details Commerce neglecttitl be held under the bond of stipulation.
and of State I practical claim of the rightful owner'"
forever. Tbe'advocacy ,ind Trade two branches of which TERMS. subject to the
industry
.Rights is, therefore.'the only faithful advo- thereof,provided said claim be interposed
must be most beneficially'affected by the Daily Paper -----$10 per an. Payable
With Union. success of its doctrines Great exertions Sem. Weekly Paper-I per an. \ in within the time prescribed by law; and that
a firm conviction of this important : made notice of the same be given by an adve F*
will be to perfect the departments WWUUY PAPER3peran.J zcfauicf.
ruth, the Evening 1'a will contend for connected with, commercial intelligence, tisement, to be published in the Key West
'c Liberiy-lhe Constitution-Union." For and our merchants and ti'a4eslDenlhaU find (O: T Any person who may obtain eight Gazette once a month for nine months.

Liberty first, as the first of national blessings the readiest attention to all their wants, and subscribers to the weekly paper and remit Therefore all persons katW $J,im tfl
? for the Constiu. oQ which secures it the warmest gratitude for all their rayon.'I'&UII the amount,shall be furnished with a copy said Cotton,or interested therein, : ,are |4prN
;i from domestic usurpation; and for the Union gratis: ;and to companies of ten subscribers, I' by notified and required to present the sang
which Without it against foreign aggression. : who associate and remit twenty-fire dottais, within the time prescribed in said decree?
a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country will for or they, pill be barred. *,
it be sent ? 50 each
the.compact,the Union mutt become a Uni08 paper three times a week, $5. $ per annum. Clerk
without Liberty and the uncertain dan- Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. Post Masters,who have no objections to Sup. Court Saab r.D tt..Yof Florid

,'':\%r of ubjugation from abroad is infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. S, ltt3l. act IS oqr Agents,are requested totficeive May3JC3. 5$ V ZQ"PROSPECTUS **

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VOL. L .x.: KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY AUG. 22 1832.. .NO.: 50.THE.GASETTE. _
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\ : hundred thousand dollars. lishment of buoys in the bay'and harbor of'i them in conflict with every' thing dear* to
:knrxit: ) mY For the navy-yard, twenty-five thousand St. Marks and St, Augustine lifer liberty,and property,Is one that must
,:D.D. STnODEL, .. dollars. The privilege which lids bteYi Scrughf(, b(!approved by every liberal and honest
And published on every Wednesday tl1 For a marine hospital: thirty thousand witli t so much solicitude: by the merchantsof man in tho territory Whenever such con
: '1'0"A8N., JEFFREYS.TERMS dollars. Key '\ *t, has been granted by n law duct ceases to be approved by you, I do not -
For a naval survey of the coast of Florida extending further the right of debenture to longer desire to.be your Representative in
-$5. per annum-payable in ,and the unfinished part of the coast tho port of Key West. This law authorizes Congress. It was the impetus which gave '
advance. of the United States, twenty thousand dol tho entry of vessels and merchandise velocity to .tho ball of tho Revolution, and
Advertisements, inserted at one dollar lars.For arriving in the United States from tho Capeof it has been Incorporated as a fundamental
per square for the first insertion, and fifty the commencement of an arsenal on Good Hope, or from any place beyond republican maxim, that the wishes and safe
cents for succeeding timc-till ordered -
to be stopped every I the Appalachicola river, twenty thousand: tho same, to be entered at Key West, from ty of trIO People are tho paramount Considerations -
.I dollars and after the thirtieth of August next, and of Government It must 'have
-- For the survey of the public and private changes the limits of ho collection dis been observed by you that a petty factionin
PO 1'l\Y. land claims, thirty thousand dollars. tricts. .the territory united for the sake of office,
._ For the support of the Territorial Government An act has been parsed,securing: to tho altdteguldting all its movements pith a pO-
From the London' Morning Herald. thirty-two thousand dollars. Spanish inhabitants} the right of appeal to cial view to the patronage of the Govern
TILE PRAYER IN THE WILDERNESS To defray the expenses of a party of the the Supreme Court of the United plates, : ment,,hayo assumed lotfpretcnt, in defiance
.* Florida Indians, for the exploration of the in every cases and for any amount, when I 'of your will, the Territory of Florida
BY MR8. HCMAX8. country west of the Mississippi, with a viewto their rights are drawn in question under I havo resisted it in a manner: I trust, becoming -
In the deep wilderness. unseen she pray'J, the transfer of their location, five thou the treaty. Other changes of rt beneficial the dignity of an ihdcpcndant and
The daughter of Jerusalem; :-alone, sand dollars. character have: been made in our judiciary enlightened people ,The 'Exctutivo jnust
With klllbestill,ima Whispera of the bight, For repairing the public buildings in St. system, and in die prosecution of appeals now be sensible of the impositions: practi
And with th carchi glances of the stars, Augustine and Pensacola, five thousand and writs of error. sed upon the Government in the creation
t And with her God, alone! She lifted up dollars. There has been appropriated fur barracks i aiid appointment of so worthless federal -
many
Her sad,sweet voice, while trembling o'er For the improvement of the St. Marks 'and store houses at Key West fifteen thousand officer. Thoso who: have practised
The ber dark head leaves thrillM with river to its source, four thousand five hun dollars. tho imposition wilLdoubtlcss bo the loudestin
earful prayer-the dred. dollars. An act has been passed granting the right their denunciations igair&t me for opposing
Of woman'prayer quenchless, yet repentant love. To repair the military road between Pcnsacola of pre emptIon to all tho settlers, on the it{ and they will, in all probability, endeavor
and Tallahassc, tour thousand dol ptblic lands who could not avail themselvesof to acquire new strength by hanging\
"Father of spirits, hear! lars. ,iTo the provisions of the, last preemptionlaw on tho skirts of,those who wero: the subjects
Look the inmost soul to Thee rcveal'd
,
Look on on the fountain of the burning tear; repair the road between St. Augus of 1830: in conscqucncd of the lands .of such delusion and error Conscious
;.Before Thy sight, in solitude unscal'd! tine and Tallahassee, ,two thousand five not having been surveyed before the expiration the rectitude Of my intentions,and lhS devotion -
\ I hundred dollars. otf tho limitation that act: in a '(o your interests; I fearlessly and
"Hear, Father! hear and aid! For the of a steamboat canal between word it removes the limitation and gives a the "
survey confidently "put myself upon; ,country
If I have loved too, well, if I have shed ,
'In my vain fondness o'er a mortal bead Mobile and Pensacola bays and between pro cmptiori to all personS on limo unsurveyed 'Your fellow-citizen*
GUti'ori Thy shrine, my God, more fitly St. Rosa and St. Andrew, with a lands" and on fractions, whcncVcr tho JOSEPH k "lUTE.trczMngtoll .
laid: view of opening an inland navigation from land shau l be surveyed This act was July 17rt, 1832.w .
"If hare sought fciive he Mississippi to Appalachicola, three drawn up by me, and introduced intb the J 4..l ,,4\
thousand dollars. Senate friend of mine to its 1
by a ensure
Dut in one light and made a mortal '
The lonely star of my Idolatry eye For surveys in Florida, to bo taken out certain and speedy passage. I have by this DISCEI414NE0USoFlom
Thou, that art Love! oh, pity and forgive! of the appropriation of twenty thousand. law,placed all the settlers on Forbcss pur -. the :-
dollars, made in pursuance of tho act of chase; prior to 1830, in a situation that Sporting Magazine.
"Chasten'd and school'd at last,
Nomore.nomoromvstruffglingspirit burns, 1824- will givo tlicm a pre-emption if the title iJ 1 ANECDOTES' OP DOGS.
But fix'd on Thee, from that vain worship 1. To improve the navigation of the Ap. not confirmed in the Supreme Court. They Sir; Walter Scoth bog Ci amp.-I am
turns!- palachicola from Columbus to its mouthor will, I trust, by this act see that rny professional indebted to Sir Walter Scott for the following -
What have I said?-the deep dream it not outer harbor. duties havo.never interfered with my anecdote "The wisest dog I ever had
/ past. 2. For the improvement of tho river Chi devotion to their interests. They could was what is called the bulldog-terrier.: I
I "Yet hear!-if arttt I love, pola. only have obtained this privilege from any taught him to understand a great many y
Ob!still too fondly-if, forever seen, 3. For the improvement of the navigation law, end only on condition that tho land ''I words, ihsomuch that 1 am positive ,that
An earthly image comes, tny soul between of the rivers Escambia: and Connccuh. claimed was not private property. communication: betwixt tho canine species
And Thy calm glory, Father! throned a. 4. For the improvement of tho river The subjects reported, and not acted upon I and ourselves might be greatly enlarged
bove: Ochlocheney. for want of time, and in consequence of Camp once bit the baker, who was
"If still a voice i. near, To pay counsel fees and expenses of the their not having been reached upon the ca bringing bread,to the family, I ,bcaUnm,
(Even while I strive these wanderings to adjudication of private land claims in Florida tendar'crc- and explained the enormity: of bis offence,
control,) seven thousand five hunched dollars. 1. An act to run and mark the line between after'which, to'the last moment of,his life,
An earthly voice, disquieting my soul, Six new post offices huo been established. Georgia"and Florida. ho never heard the least alu lon,to the story
With its deep music, too intensely dear: Two mails! a ,week from Milledgevillo toI 2. .An act to indemnify the.inhabitants in whatever voice or tone it ''was mentioned
"O Father,draw to Thee I "
Vy lost affections back!-'the dreaming'eyes Tallahassee of East'Florida for losses 1312 and '}4. without getting up and'retiring into
Clear from their mist-sustain the heart Mail &>*? .--From St. Augustine to 3. An act granting,ten sections of landto ; the darkest corner of the room, with' great
that dies; Tampa Bay. the St., Andrews and Chipola Canal appearance of distress. '.nlOft:!(you said,
Give the worn soul once more its pinions From Columbus to Appalachicola Bay. Compaiiy! and the same quantity to aid in rbe baker was well paid," or"Thfl trakcf
free! From Monticello to Magnolia, and from the construction of a canal between '?tlaI I was not hurt after all, Camp came ,forth
"I roust love on, 0 God! MonticellobyRoaciturFerry, Micco Town, tanzas and Halifax rivers, in East FlorWd from his hiding place,capered,and barked,
This bosom WCST love on!-but let Thy Alligator, to Alachua Court House;. and 4. A bill granting a township of land for and rejoiced. When he was unable'; towards
breath from Montgomery, Alabama, to Mariana. the introduction of tropical plants into East the end of, his life to attend hit' yrlica _
Touch and make pure the flame that knows The mail will be ordered,under an existinglaw Florida. on horseback, hp used to watch for tny return
not death, ,from Tampa Bayor St. Marks, to Key 5. A bill making an appropriation for alight ,and the.servant used to tell him,'your
Beano? it up to Heaven, Love's own West. house at Moschcto Inlet master is coming down'tLe hill; or through
abodcl" Two additional members have been authorized 6. Sc.vcrallndividual bills. the moor,11 and although he did not use ;
Ages and ages past, tho Wilderness, to be elected from Walton county, It will be seen, notwithstanding the post. any gesture to explain TUB meaning Camp
I "With itsdark cedars;and the thrilling N i 1Jt. and from the counties of Hamilton and ponement of these interesting subjects, was never known to mistake him, but cither i
With her pate stars; and the mysterious Madison.A from unavoidable causes, that the territory went out at tie front to go up the bill,or

fraught with all winds sound, were concious of law has been passed directing patentsto bf Florida has never, at any ono session, at the back to get down to,the moor.aide. I
4 those prayers. be issued upon all confirmed Spanish ti. since its organization, had more important ,-, '
..How hath woman's bunting tics in Florida, the more effectually to con acts t passed for the promotion of its general Front tbs Mamcbuutti, Jottrr si. / r
rn&Dylucb heart firm all Spanish claims. pr [lCrity." Extraordinary Dogj-.After what we
Since then in silence' and in darkness Two thousand dollars have been appropriated Its defence, by fortifications, .bavy-yard, have seen of learned pigs and military birds,
breatbM ; for the compilation and .printing. of and arsenal i is in rapid and. steady progress. we ,can believe almost any thing about animals
'Like a dim night-flower's odour,up to God! the l laws. ,Die roads,,harbors, arid rivers* throughout ;, however, following anecdote told +
An act, has been passed for the survey the whole limits of the territory, are either us by a Spanish gentleman, who himself
Suggested by the'picture of a kneeling and sale of the public lots in St.Augustine in a state of actual improvement t.surveys witnessed the facts, .is more singular than
\ Magdalen. and Pensacola. By the provisions'of this are ordered preparatory to future operations. "'any thing we ever heard: General Detavion -
law, the public lots, commons, &c. reserved Commercial privileges have been granted one of Napoleon's cjBcjer* taktta'bv
.,1 POLITICAL. by the laws of Spain, or of the United to an,important port; and tight libusea aridbuoys the Spanish was for a'long time kept prisoner -
, _*____ ._i __ States, and vested in the corporations of are about to be established at others, at Court garrison, on:the Straits of
. / TO TIIE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA. the aforesaid cities, are confirmed. for the general interests of commerce., A Gibraltar. His favorite companion was a
\ Fellow Citizens)-\i has been my habit, The Burnt Hospital Iotand appurtenances canal survey is projected and ordered, by remarkable large water-dog. One day tho
." since I have had the honor to serve as your in St. Augustine, vested in the Mayor the provisions: a special law, to make tho General:'atteraptcdjo tsr.po'by swimming
Delegate in Congress, at the end of each ,and his successors in office, for the pur navigation continuous from 'New Orleansto -be was discovered and pursued." Tho '
'gucce&lve session,to render an account to poses of education.An Appalachicola.An dog having received instructions froth his
! my constituents of the acts and events of a act has passed directing the sale of important and beneficial change has toaster, seized his hat,and holding it up in )
i public character: that I supposed would be the remainder of the quarter section at been made in our organic laws Mail his teeth,swam at a distance from him, and
[ most interesting to to them. Webbville, and the proceeds of the whole routes, mails,and post offices} ire extend- ,in this way actually decoyed his pursuers '
! The session which has just terminated vested in some permanent fund, the proceeds cd to every neighborhood throughout the for some tthn* The dog being taught, the
3. Was one signalized by the discussion of of which are directed to he applied territory. sIt deception wu, of course*discovered; and
', 1 gome of the most important and agitating exclusively to the support of common would be vain and idle to enlarge upon both were carried back to prison. Here,
r questions that ever engaged the deliberations schools in the township. these subjects. You must all see, that, to this remarkable animal continued lobe his 1
:_ of Congress. In the decision of A law'has been enacted for the sale of far as it depends on Congress, you bare friend and benefactor., If he was orderedto
i'a 1 these momentous questions of national policy public J lands in quarter sections, or forty every reason to satisfied with the parental .carry a note and bring back an answer,it
,we were incidentally,as an appendage acre tracts, to accommodate poor settlers, care of the Federal Government.It was done. He understood whatever was
I of the Union,deeply concerned. The laws and giving pre-emption rights to eighths, has been my misfortune to have sonic said in his presence; and when the General
I l having denied ushowever, any direct participation under certain limitations.The unhappy collisions with the .Executive wished for the attendance: of his harbor, or
or suffrage in their settlement, it live oak plantation is still continued, branch of the Government, in the maintenance any other person accustomed to serve him,
will be unnecessary for me to offer any observations in despite of the,puny assault made uponit of principles in which the honor and thedog would go for him, and pot coma
upon them. The general measures at the late session of Congress. interest of the territory were deeply con back 'without '11m. If money was given '
It were of such national interest, and' Camp King will.be re occupied by a detachment cerned. These difficulties were never him to buy bread,ho would go to the ba '
ft looked after with so much solicitude their of United States troops, if the sought{: by'me,and were never encountered kers and bring just as much aa be was or-
progress, that the result of them must be Indians are not removed under the condi until impelled by an imperative sense of dered, and no more. One day the General
known to all of you. I shall confine my- tional ,contract with them. public duty to those who bad delegated mo gave him four cents done up in a silk hand. t
has)f to U"proceedings of Congress in which The office of Law Agent has been abolished to make known their wishes,and to protect .kerchief and.told bun to go to the market
the prosperity our Territory was more ,and several sinecures,called live oak their Interests here. The 'principle for and buy one pou.ndor fab: .The dog went
directly and locally concerned. The ap- agencies, will Boon feel the hand of retrenchment which I have contended, that your voice immediately to the.&b twit and having
oropriatious for blicworkswereasfollows. : and reform. should be heard on the subject of the appointment patted his paws on the bench amlUid down, '
4 -I for the fa cataoQ at Pensacola, one Provision las been made for the estab of officer, whoso duties bring the money. waited, patiently. .while tV>:'t.I) iK

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il**" if/T *-W *>>: tho and Board of Alder the Privy of tho house (
,.utrrv.' t.t,; ; Ib n g ef, ihinlfihg 'loop Paragon \V'oodw.- Slates, Mayor they inhabit, one
it' to deceive such a customer, ordered Sloop Sarah Isabella,Sufumdi, Aot men of the City of Key West have every two weeks, and every person failing
easy do' deemed it their to the following orictusing to Comply with the
Ms boy to himJY ut threo quarters ,of a Sloop Mary Jane Long, duty pass provisions o r
Rt
Wfieiher the the dog know the weights Sloop Lady Clay,,Ginger. -. '/ ordinance: this Ordinance, shall he fined the sum of
pound. 17. Schr. Motto, Watlington, do. Sec1. Be it ordained by the Mayorand Two Dollars for each offence.
by.sight or saw: any suspicious expression Friend Bethel Nassau. ,
< Sloop ,
of the of Key West
Aldermen City Sec. 2. Be it further
in the man1 face, or actually understood Sloop Content, Bethel Peef. ordained That it
the meaning of his words,is uncertain; but 48. Sloop Wrrr. Stewart Cushman, do. That from; and BOer the passage of.this or- shall be the duty of every housekeeper to

nothing could induce Him to take the fish Sloop Sarah Isabella,Simonds, do, dinance shall bo boar of the Health keep the yards und enclosures updcr their

after LCi weighed];, when ordered to do Schr. San Fernando do. Officer of the Port to each and every .controL and th ,privys,and other out-lious-
so, he perpetually wered with a short Schr. Temeridad, Godoy, do. vessel l arriving here, as soori ns may be, and es in them,clean:and in, good order; also '
growl;''and the man was obliged to 19. Sloop Sarah Isabellado. with a view to occasion as little delay as it shall be tho duty< of,the, Ctv Marshal at
angry ,
Friend:Bethel, do
him good,weight before lid could'force Sloop nay possible; to inspect such vessel and hej! least once every month, to vtsiuhe enclosures
give 20. Sloop Fair American, Raynal -
animal attracted crew,-and should such vessel be in a condition of all houses in the City of
him extraordinary Key Wc
away. ... ?t,
,.
.
--: to require it, or any of her crew la-. find that the
!
so much notice, that his master was sec same are clean,,.and the
induced to teach 'him to write, by holdiing i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Lour under infectious or contagious disease out-honscs in good order, and whenever "

a pen with both'his paws, lie succeeded he shall quarantine such vessel,or as shall find any filth or dirt which he
wonderfully in this attempt; and perhnps CITY ORDINANCES. many of her crew and for such a time as he deem prejudicial! to the 'health of the City may

this dog$: might have produced*.a popular ORDINANCE 13. may deem necessary.Sec. he shall notify the person or persons occupying '
have done had not 2. .De it further ordained as afore- the enclosures :
: hook, (as other puppies ,) ; having the'control
For the better Police Regulation of the Ci-
the accursed ignorance of the Spanish of Key West. said, That no ,'csscll1triving hero,from and of the same, to remove the said filth imme

priests condemned the interesting animalto Sec. 1. Bo ty it ordained by the Mayor and after the passage of this ordinance, shall bo diately, and upon failure of the person aforesaid -
from the philosophic conclusion permitted to approach the city until board to remove'said filth it"shall
death, very Board of Aldermen of the City of Key be the
that no'dog could possess so much West, that from and after the 15th day of ed and inspected by the Health Officer; duty of the Marshal to have the} same: removed -

mora] intt"tligenco'' than they'did, "withoutthe August inst t\ the City Bell stall be rung for and should any captain or commander: of at the 'cost-of the person, liable to

devil 'helped him. General Octavion five minutescommencing at,half past nine any vessel approach said city without per- remove the'sanje and evcrj person failing

still remained in prison at the peace in 1C 1,4, o'clock, P. M. to warn homo all persons of mission from said! officer or should he land or refusing to 'remnve any dirt or filth,when

and it.is not known to ui what became of colour; and should any person or personsof any person'or permit any person to go onboard required by the'City Marshal, shall, in ad
him. tic colour he found in the streets after bell- of such vessel without such permission dition to the costs, of removing the Fame,
he shall he liable to a prosecution on be subject to fine of five.dollars
1 __ -_ ring without written, permission (if free) ,and costs.
behalf of the said: city l for a sum not exceeding ,
Alderman Sec. 3, Be it further ordained '
THEGAZETTI3. from the Miyor or an and if a That
.. "'stave, from his or her master or mistress, I three hundred dollars. when any privy,which rnay be erected upon

KEY. WEST: lie,she or they may be fined, whipped or 1 I Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That any lot within! .t thelimifj .of Iho\City, and
should any person or persons, in violationof shall from its situation 'the
ot
put to labour on the public streets for a time manner in t
'WEDNESDAY; AUG. 22, 1832' not exceeding three days, at the discretionof the true intent and meaning of this or I which the same is kept, become generally

..... dinauce approach near to, or go on board offensive it shall be
-- -- -- --;---- tlio Mayor or Mayor and Board of ANdcrmeh. deemed.a* nuisance,
Snirraxcx. -On Tuesday, Capt. Hoxie, of any vessel arriving at this port, or land and the owner, or occupant of the lot, or
Wrecking Schr.<.Pizarro,fell'in with the Sec. 2. Be it further ordained as aforesaid from the same until such inspection as aforesaid the person having the comrol thereof shall

wreck of Brig henry Dennett of Boston; ; That it shall, not be lawful for any has licen made and permission given, remove the same to such place 5a the said

near Tortugat. Both masts were cut away ,coloured person, whether: free
and hanging by her side,night-heads started, play the fiJdl ,.tieat a drum or mako any on behalf of said city for any sum not exceeding two other memb'cfstrnay deem" most

and the hold full of water.' There was no other kind of.noise after boll-ring, by which I I" throe hundred dollars, and be quarantined proper, and upon the' refusal 1 or 'failure ,o(
I the aceand quiet of the inhabitants attlie discretion of the said!! Health such person to remove the same, shall be
she had may
board and to
on appearance i Officer and the
of
the
person disturbed
Mayor city.
lawful for the ,
: be without writtehjpctmission City Marshal to remove the
been lately abandoned. The Brig was laden See. '4. Be it further ordained That it
the
at
of'the
from the Mayor or an Alderman co same expense party, refusing
; any ,
Pizatro ,
with lumber., The took from shall be the duty of all pilots when they and the shall
be
loured person violating ,this ordinance may person so refusing fined the
hor\ .adcck, load! of lumber, an anchor and lie'fined, whipped or put to liard-labc ur at speak. vessels bound to this hart. or passing sum of Five Dollars.

cable; it'blowingbeavp, and the cargo not the discretion, of tho Mayor or Major'and through any of the clumnds thereof to ascertain Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, 'J'Jlntany

,being' ofmuc1ii value, .Capt.Jlozie then abandoned Board of Aldermen. previous to their going on board, person sul>jecNK>',hi, Ordinance, and failing -
: Lcr.WO ." Sec. 3. Be it further ordaincd/Thal even such vessel,whether thcie! be any sickness 'to cornptyjsvJth' the same, or refusing

.... .....*t._...-. _,"...cs.e.-: .- ,-' citizen may.apprehend any person or persons or disease among the persons on board; andfurther to pay any costs or fines in consequence
On ..our first page will be found Col. of colour found at largo, playing the to ascertainhelhe'r the Cholera or thereof execution may be issued against:
"White's'circularto his constituents. The fiddle,beating a drum making any'other other contagious disease prevailed at the them by the Mayor as in case: of judgment,
noise which this- and of the port from which. said vessel l last sailed or Passed 28 April 1832. "
.people.of this Territory ,can,have no just by pence quiet :
Cause,pft.complaint cither against Congressor inhabitants m3jbe disturbed,afte' loll-ring, touched at during her voyage; and should O. O'IIARA1llayor.;
and 1 h said before such be the case, or should there be any ALEXANDER r .
I their Representative., Much very much, ) taking person or persons A 1'rEU?O>JC.zrrk.
the Alderman and sickness disease on board the said vessel,
Mayor: or an obtainingan
has been done in furtherance of their interests -
tho said pilot shall not aboard of such
order, from either! may commit him, her go ORDINANCE-No. 2. I
and prosperity: It is a commonly re- vessel I, but shall precede her with his boat,
them and
or to jail, on the following morn- To
regulate and
Streets
remove
Reived opinion in this Territory,that in urging ing the said parties shall'brought before and show her the way to the quarantine from the,same. obstructions
the merits or advocating the claim of ground.-And should'such pilot board
the Mayor to receive sentence.Sec. any Sec. 1. Be it ordained the
.
by and
any particular'individual, men are actuated 4. Be it -further ordained, That such vessel, ho shall forfeit his branch and Aldermen of the City of Key West Mayor in Council
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by self-interested, motives rather than a : from and after the 15th day of August inst.it be quarantined at the discretion of the Mayor assembled,and it is hereby ordained by

sense of what is due to the public good.: shall not be lawful Fir any store c: shop and Heal tli Officer; and should"refuse the authority aforesaid, That no liouso
tain commander of such vessel ,
'\Vediscl.aimany such principle:=" Intending keeper to keep open his,her or their store or to building or enclosure, shall remain or encroach -
stateor conceal from such the !
,ejjqrtly Ito leave;the, Territory, and havingooelrpectation shop, or allow customers Ip remain within condition of said vessel and those pilot boardor true upon any Street,and every such obstruction
the after IJCII-ring ail 1iht slur after on ,
be same shall be deemed"h
of returning, we may nuisance.
-- whether ho has sailed.from touched
10 'clock A. 1\1. on should or -
:
credited when'we declare, th twe have no r or tunbpu-a in violation of this at any such infected jiort or has been Sec. 2. Be it further, ordained. That
,
any person persons
inducement to mislead the people.. We ordinancetteep-oPenstoroorsluiii or allow boarded during his passage from on boardof i when any Strict or Square in the City: ,shall

'. have not th.'pleasure of,a personal acquaintance company remain within the :iamb after any. vessel infected with any such contagious be obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint of
Col.White his disease he shall the same shall be made to the Mayor and
with ; reputationhow- the hours above specified, he, she or they be liable to a prosecution
We have on behalf of said for sum Aldermen, it shall be the duty of said Loan
ever, is public property. spoken shall) be fined in a sum not exceeding twenty city any
of him as wo have'found, him.. In review- dollars at the discretion of the Mayoror not exceeding three hundred dollars. I to appoint fit and proper persons to examine -
5. Be it further ordained That it shall and report to them, if the said obstruction
ing the Various acts which have been brought Mayor and Board of Aldermen.Sec.
"IIe'_ risideration of Congress by our Delegate 6. Be it further ordained, That: it be tho duty of all pilots to communicate : ought to he removed, and if-tho rpmoval -
the existence of this ordinance to the of the sarneis recommended, by raid
shall not be lawful for cap-
or persons -
several have been any person
he that
,.it wjll. seen to commit any riotous, disorderly or tains or Commanders, of all vessels which persons, the Mayor shall: order,the same to
passed t\"iatl1.nft'ectlPI the interests of indecent act at any time within the corporation they may speak or go on board of bound. he removed I by the owner or occupant of

this place;among,which "are the ,DEBENTURE limits; any tvhite'person or persons to this port, or through any of the channel I said building, and a copy of such order

BILLTtnd.a bill" appropriating $15- violating this ordinance, shall be' fined in a thereof; in default whereof, and on i shall be by the City Marshal served upon

place.White sum not exceeding one hundred dollars;any behalf of said city, they shall ,be liable to a the owner or occupant of such building.
: prosecution for Sec. 3. Be it further ordained tliafif
coloured person or persons violating the any sum not exceeding three ,
posed by certain individuals of-this community same,shall bo fined, whipped or put t. hard hundred dollars. the owner or occupier of the said building
Webelieve! ,.1 however, in future that labour on the Streets; the infliction' of these Sec. G. Be it further odained, That tho. shall fail or refuse to remove the"same after

'opposition i will cease: the people are begin- ,penalties to beat the discretion of,the Mayor quarantine ground bo abreast of and to tho the service of notice as aforesaid,it aliall
westward of the in tiro b. the ituty of the City Marshal and he is
Aing to know their true interests in or Mayor and Board of Aldermen. Mangrove Key, up- ,
: pureftit of the harbour of went hereby authorized to have.the said houseor
of that' theyjmnst Col.White "Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That any per part Key ,known ,
interest
support' person or persons found lying about the as Fleming's Key. + : building, or any.nu Mnce, ,removed from
; (orreelecbon.Ve', bave done our streets or drunk, or should such person ''or Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That the the Street or Square,; and the expense nf
** (Duty:;in placingtlie acts of their Delegatefairtytbebhkib persons ho notoriously vagabond( he,she or boat of tho Health Officer shall be designated removing the same shall be paid by-'the

: *,people", they cannot plead they shall be'fined, imprisoned or> put to by a yellow! flag at the bow; and that person owning or occupying such building,
ignorance of the services;.which lie has per- hard labour at the"discretion of the Mayor any person exhibiting sued flog with a view and fur tho amount thereof cxeution may

formed. .It is.\iselesi to persuade or to endeavor 'or Mayor and Board! Aldermen.Sec. to-- defeat-----. the---_ object of-- this nnlin.n?......_..,*......, I wv> issue as in case of judgments- .''** <
men who liable to a prosecution on behalf of said Passed 28 April, 1832.
to convince.. 'against con- 7. Be it further ordained,That each .
viction'shut- their eyes and ears." and,every'criminal sentenced to be whipped city for any sum exceeding three hun- .ALEXANDER O. O'IIARAMayor;:

by a Magistrate or any other legally au died dollars. PATTERSONCeriv
._" [If --- :--:- --1 thorised person, shall be punished at the Sec 13. Bo it further ordained, That all -

.. ,.COOiERCIAI.le'" .. whipping post near the jail; and should any, penalties incurred by a tioTation of any of ORDINANCENo3. ,
undertake the provisions of this ordinance, shall be
or to
person persons punish publicly To
COMMERCED.'OP. :. KEY" WEST.. said offenders at any other place within prosecuted for bjr the Mayor or Mayor: pro. prevent. within the running the Corporation at large orSwine'orGoat. limits of

'" tho corporation limits, said person) or tern of this city, before any Court 'having: Key West.

IMPORT ATioNs.--Per Sarah Isabella,from persons shall be fined in a sum not exceeding cognizance of the same. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen

wrecked' American Ship Shepard ISO box- fifty dollars breach offence at the discretion i 9. Be it further ordained, That this or. of the City of Key West, in Council
\ es white Havana sugar. Per Scbr. Thistle. of the and dinance shall hem in full
Mayor or Mayor Boardof force from and after assembled and it is ordained
hereby by
boxes do. Per
,/ l& Sloop Martha Jane, 09 :
the
boxe.do.., Per Sloop" WOK Stewart and 1 Aldermen. period of three days from the passage the authority of the same, That after the
Content, 20 boxes ..do. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That any .and publication of the same; and that all passing this ordinance,all Swine found

Per Sloop Sarah Isabella, fronT:wrecked person subject to this ordinance, and failing ordinances: and parts of ordinances, here- running at large in any of the streets, or
British Ship.Eliz Plummer,41 puncheons to comply with the same,or refusing to tofore passed, conflicting with the provisj: within the corporation limits of I\cy'Vest.
run,27 Ilbds sugar,- 8 bbls ginger; ,1 butt pay any! costs or fines in consequence there. ions',hereof be, and the same are hereby re shall be taken into tho possession of the City
Madeira wine. Per 3chr. Motto, 18 casks of execution may be issued against them pealed. Marshal and the there-
owner or owners
Madeira 14.bbl ginger wine 51. Per Jlhds Schrs.run 2 Temeridad Ilhds luar.& by the Mayor as in case of judgement. Approved 24th July, 183?. of shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corpo-

San Fernando, 6J,.ILhds rum,, I pipe wine. Approved, '1st August, 1832. O. O'HARA, Mayor ration the sum of One Dollar, for each and
7 HUds sugai, 1 bar pimento.Per O. 0'IIABA, JIaj r. Alexander: Patterson, Cleric, every hog, sow or swine, so found running

Sloop Pair: American: from" ?Havana, Alexander Patterson: 'Clerk, at large, belonging to him,her.or,..them5 and,
$10,086 silver, dollars. ORDINANCE-No. 1. on their !failing t" ,.A*: % **,

r r I ORDINANC&rNo.: 18. To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key Marshal is hereb- .. ';'1..1 ,-
;\ -- -- Establishing, Quarantine Regulations .fur West hog, sow or swig "-

IVIARIHEINTELLIGENCE. the Port of Key .West Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayorand cry the proceed Rli 4 i.3 h:. ... 2 _

I Whereas it hat been considered highly important j Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council ducting -. nctsrtt 1J';,!" '.t
in all well regulated ,communities assembled and it is hereby ordained by 1 the above specnifii',j .t, Cf'. t I" Ii 'i

,. PORT. OP KEY WEST. to prevent the introduction of infectious the authority of the same: That from and pay over to the 0\ ,t. l,' ? <:,(

. ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. disease or contagious called disease the Indian, and whereasthe Cholera after the passing of this Ordinance, Sec. 2. Be h t ;, nc 4,..:.. -. _* *.
it shall be the duty of all
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Aug. 16. Sloop- N. Ainer., Draman, R.tf. has made its appeannc* in the lTnited I ers, ir put ot least one peck of house-keep Lime into limits Goats of caught the. Cit rut: "*;:: at'J,*l---t:, .' VV.... .


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after as the to second prevent their of jumping May shall, from bo shot and of the City of Key West,in Council I Sec. I. Bo it ordained by the Mayor shall be in full force ana operation as regards
day
sembled, and it is therefore ordained by : and Board of Aldermen of the Cityof such slaves; and all such remedies as are
by the City Marshal, or any person authorized the In said section aforesaid shall and
authority aforesaid, Thatall Vesselsof Key West, That any master of a provided ,
by him.Passed War shall be subject to the following vessel wishing a Pilot into the Port of Key may to pursued towards such slaves,
20 April 1832. JSec. 9. Be it further odalned
That
rates of a tax:
pilotage West shall if b'o Branch be
: spoken Pilot, ?
of half"ofone
O. O'IIARAMayor. one per centum be, and the
Sec. 1. All Vessels of War to take him and he is
hereby
compelled
foot.
ALEXANDER PATTEHSON Clerk. per ; tame is hereby laid on all improved rail estate -
drawing 5 and not more than 14 required to discharge any other person who in said city; and one half of one per.

ORDINANCE" fect, : : : J2? 00 may have offered his services to pilot said centum on all unimproved real estate in

4. Drawing 14 and not more than vessel into this harbour, without raying him said city-Provided, raid unimproved real

To Tax Pedlars*nd Transient Tradcn. 18 feel, : : : 2 25 I. for the same; and should tho master of estate shall not be valued at more than

Sec. 1. Be ordained, by the Majorand Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 250 said vessel refuse to do so, and persist inkeeping Tw.ctiiyfivo Dollars per acre; which said
Aldermen of the City of Key West, in Coun- Over 21 feet the said unauthorised value, as well of improved as of unimproved
: : 3 00 : on
: person
assembled and it Is ordained real estate shall be estimated and
hereby ,
by as-
Sec. 2. All Merchant board he shall
be
Vesper foot. liable to pay the full b.
the aforesaid That scsscd on oath by two disinterested
.. authority persons
any person
gels 5 and of the Branch Pilot
drawing mount to
not 12 pilotage so
over appointed by this Board.
:coming \vithiri the limits of tho City of
feet,shall l pay : : gl 50 speaking him. Sec. 10. Be itfurlher ordained, That all
and resident the
West not of
'Key ; being a All above 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 00 Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all taxes.provnded for by the foregoing section,
Island and Store therein who! shall
having All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 Pilots boarding any vessel) bound into the shall, after giving twenty days notice to that

sell or dispose any goods, wares or mer- All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Port ol Key West, shall shew to the master effect to the owner or owners, or agent of

chandize, except live stock and poultry, Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or depart- of the same his Branch, and shall also such estate,be sued for by the said M 'r*hal
'within tho limits of the City aforesaid shall I before the said Mayor or tem
ing through the North West Pas- spew a copy of the regulations relating to Mayor pro
by action together with the costs for
before ho proceeds to vend or dispose of proper
Pilot .
and drawing 4 feet ,
sage or upwards serving such notice. '
the the Treasurer of the
to ,
same, pay City, Passed Juno
such herein- 16, 1832.
except as are Sec. 11. Be it further ordained
That
Ten Dollars and obtain from the Clerk of
aflcr mentioned, shall 2 00 P. C. GREENE, Mayer P. T.
pay such assessors shall for their services in estimating -
the City, 4 License specifying the object All vessels bound Alexander Patterson Clerk. .
through tho North West } : : and assessing as aforesaid, receivethe
the *
for"which same'isgrined.Sec. Pass, and touching al Key West for the _--- I sum of Ten Dollars, out of any money

2. Be it further'ordained, That a- purpose of landing passengers, letters, or ORDIN ANCC-No.: in the Treasury of said city not otherwise
. ny person coming into the limits of Key of An ordinance raise I appropriated.Sec. '
obtaining supplies provisions, wood or to a revenue in and fur
West, who may bo subject to this Ordinance water, shall depart without being subject to the City of I\cy"Vcat. 17. Bo it further ordained, That

and fail to comply with the first the above ordinance, unless tho Master of 8co. 1. Co it ordained by the Mayor and where any owner ownersor ngcnt- of any

section thereof, shall be fined Twenty Dol the aid vessel shall request Pilot to take Board of Aldermen of the City of Key Improved unimproved real estate, who

Jars,to be recovered,before f he Mayor. charge of such vessel and take her West, That from and after the first day of shall on oath, before tho Mayor and Alder
Bo it further ordained out over June it shall and men, say that his estate has boon too,highly
&QC 3. That any the Bar for which i next may bo lawful for I II
services ho
; shall receive assessed, it shall be'the duty of said Mayorand
,who have his goods I any and person, being a citizen or inhabitant -'
every
person may wares thd usual rates of Pilotage. All Pilots dc-, of I.cyVut aforesaid to keep Aldermen, 01 a quorum of tho Board,

or merchandize sold or disposed of by any tamed on board of any vessel, by the request open in said city any billiard room*or rooms, to proceed forthwith to assess such estate,
person established and doing business as a of her commander shall receive for to retail I which assessment hall bo final.
dry goods :or: groceries,'or both to
Commission Merchant in the City of Key I Passed May 21, 1832.O. .
each and every day's services Three Dollars sell goods on commission, or when appoint.
West, shall be exempt from tho provisionsof per day, over and above his pilotage. ed by the Governor of Florida, Uy auction O'HARA.Mayor.
this Ordinance. whhiu the Jiinits of said Alexander Patterson, Clerk.
Fishing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels city, upon receiving :
'. V Passed 28 April, 1832. shall not l he subject to this ordinance.Sec. I a license to-such effect under the hand ; '
".: O. O'IIARAllajor. I and seal of the; Clerk for the time being of ORLINA & -No. 10.

ALEXANDERPATTEKSON:: Clerk... 4. Be it further ordained'That any aid city who is hereby authorised and required Concerning Dogs.

., vessel having passed the Buoy on the Barr to issue the same under the conditions Sec. 1. Be it ordained the and
of the North West before and provisions hereinafter net forth. by Mayor
Passage, having
ORDINANCE No. 5. Board of Aldermen) of the of Wwt
; "Sec 2. lie it further city Key
been boarded by a Pilot shall not be obliged ordained That
, For preventing the introdnction of Cholera previous tolho issuing of any snch license That' from and after the passage of this act,
take the
to but in
into the City of Key West. came; case a Pilct 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 Cap .parly"applying for the same shall pay or the precincts of said city, shall bo taxed

name of Indian Cholera, at present pre tain, then he shall receive the' usual pilot canto to be paid unto the said Clerk for the for the same and every one of the same, at

vailing in the Northern parts,of Europe; agt'. uso of the said city, the sum or sums foUow- the rate of one dollar for every male and

of the most fatal character, and as such Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all ins, to sit: Ten Doll rsfor every Billiard three dollars for every i female- to be applied

disease may be introduced into our own vessels bound into the Port ot Key West, .Table ceries;. Ten for the retailing and of dry if both goods or gro. to the use of said city of Key West.
Dollars-< Fifteen
vessels with that 'and'spoken Pilot Boca Chica bearing
port, by trading quartter by a -
Dollars; for selling goods by auction, on the Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained That all
North' ,
of the Globe, North, or -Westerly, shall pay full gross amount of sales ono quarter of one
Soc. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by pilotage at the same rates as though she per centum; and each and every commission persons within the owning any of three dog br dogs nner shall,

tho,Mayor and Aldermen of the City of had been brought in over the main, Ship merchant shall pay the sum' of Fifteen Dollars Bmco| days the
Key West, That all vessels arriving from Channel Bar. :All vessels arriving and not per annum. passage; of this act, pay to the Marshal) of
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that the said city of Key West, the tax requiredby
portsorplaces where the said disease exists, having been va Pilot beforo pas any
shall he taken by the Pilots of the Port sing the hove name limit, and being 3 and every parson keeping open any billiard the 1st section of this act, and take his
room, or retailing any dry goods or groceries receipt for the same; and tho Clerk of paid
without their going on board, to thc Qua. miles from the Light House on Key West,
selling goods in said city either is hereby required license
any city togrant a to
shall be half
rantine Ground northward and westwardof only subject to pilotage
pay ; auction
commission merchant
or with-
by as for the
Fleming's Key there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing tho any person applying came; on J Wa
OUj having first obtained a license for such shown tho of the
being receipt Marshal! /
the direction of the.Mayor of the City,and aforesaid limits,'in that case she shall beexempted purpoie, shall beand he is hereby made liable the tax for which license.tho Clerk or

Health Officer of the Port from paying any pilotage. .to forfeit and pay for every such act, and ; jrfall

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That all for every repetition of the same the sum of charge and receive the further sum /tiny
Fifty Dollars, to be sued for and recovered cents; : and conditions required this
while it shall be thought the vessels
by Iho'\Vcst Pass and
necessary arriving through
with costs cf suit before the !Mayor or MaySSJOto act having been COIIII/JiJ'wilh, th/person
said Health Officer, that such ,vessel or vessels the East end of the Dry Rock to the Westward
f f o i p---nI'laid city-one half to the oo complying shall be authorised/0 allow
shall perform quarantine intercourse of Sand Key south-west shall-" of,the informer .
bearing; use : & r.uuu'IItbe remaining his dog or dogs to run at largo Lr* streets.
whatever shall be held with'the City or Isl- "pay': full pilotage, but if not spoken until, half to the u.e of aid city. for! tike space of mo

'and of Key, West, but by permission and 'passing ,tho 'aforesaid! limits, and being Hcc. 4. Be it further ordained, That nothing year

under the direction of tho Mayor and three miles from Key West Light,only half in this act contained shall bo so con- Sec. 3.Itnm CdThat the

Health Officer,-and all persons who shall pilotago shall be recovered, but if spoken structed as to license the keeping open of Marshall of tile city of M CS** 1 Z a.,___,
any billiard room after eleven o clock on cd to kill and destroy a/offs runru9
hold intercourse with such vessel onressels, after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be time inch
Saturday evenings, or at any during in the tl/o\Vn r
large strccts-I
without first said shall from
permission
obtaining exempted paying pilotage. the Sabbath. the provisions *
be liable to perform ,the same quarantine Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all have not complied f w' 'he hal,1 foregoing receive tbe
be the vessels and who shall vessel into this Port issued of this act,
may imposed upon car. PJlots bring licenses as aforesaid, shall immediately each and 3
..gOC'f. shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the 'take effect, and be in force for the sum of fifty / cvfd

Sec 3. Be it further ordained, That this commander can chew good and sufficient space of one year from the first of June so destroyed. / .
next; and that for every such license so issued Sec. Dc.Uyrtncr ordaln.cd That noperson
Ordjnancq shall remain in full force, until cause to tho contrary. Any vessel arriving 4. ,
expressly repealed by thts Board. at this Port without a Pilot, shall have lib. the said Clerk shall receive the tarn rcsidin/vltllout the limits! of ihecitv
of Two Dollars for his own use. his
..Passed April 1832.. to without a Pilot unless the of Key 'st', sha.lIlCrmlt dog or
city depart Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That from largo In the streets of saul
O, O'HARA MENor.bLtw Captain should wish one. and alter the said first day of June next, all dogs to ru first with the
via PATTEHSON, Clerk. Sec. 6: Be it further ordained, That free negroes and mulattoes of whatever sex, city, with/ complying TO-
-r- each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or cause -to be paid unto the City tiuisitionA",f tins act j any dog or dogs

a ORDINANCE-No. C. ,Branch shall make application to the Mayor Marshal, the sum of One Dollar per bead found r/r.mg at large may tJ destroyed
annum for such free negro or mulatto after "ice given! to the' owner thereof,by
An Ordinance to prevent the shooting of and Aldermen, and before he obtain per every
Fire-Arms, lie. within the limits of the such, he, the said applicant, shall undergoan of the age fifteen years or o"orlo"., I any -/ccr of the Corporation ,or ,member
for every such mulatto under fif '
City of Key West. examination before a Committee aegro or th f. .. '
competent
Sec. 1. Be it ordained the teen years of-age and over ten yean, tLolum
by Mayor to be constituted by the Board, to c. 6. Be it further ordained, That
of cents the wholeto
Fifty annum- "
end Aldermen of.the,City of Key West, examine such applicant,and if he be found be received to the per us. of said city-for dinance No. 0, passed May 6, 1832,bend

In Council assembled;and it is hereby or- competent,shall be the duty'of the Clerkto which the said Marshal shall give to all such the same is hereby repealed, N '

darned by the authority aforesaid, That it grant a Branch to such applicant, and negroes and mulattoes a good and sufficient Passed June 116, 1t)32.

shall not be lawful for 'any _person within the said'Branch shall be signed by the May receipt, which shall operate as a license fo P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. ,T.,

the limits of the City, (which limits shall or, for which the applicant shall pay to the one 7 ear from the first day of June nc Alexander Patterson, Clerk,. *
be construed as extending as far PS Eliza- Five Dollars and Dollarto and in default of such negroes 01 muJatt s -
Corporation, one
beth street,) to lire off or discharge any firearms the Clerk it shall be required of each or any one of them failing to comply lta ORDINANCE-NO n.
the provisions of the first clause of tli/c-
of any description whatever,or to discharge and every Pilot, before he receives his or tion, the Marshal of said city, after/wg Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and

any crackers, or other fire works their Blanch, to give good security in the five days notice thereof, shall attac he bodies Board of Aldermen of the ,city of Kby

whatever, and any person violating the sum of One Thousand Dollars,for the faith. of such negroes or mulattoes/&nd advertise West, That the Marshal of the suid city

provisions of this ordinance shall be fined performance of his or their duty as and sell the said negroes/r tnulat- shall collect all sums of money due to the

Five Dollars for each and every offence, Branch Pilot. toes for such a period and'(OflUC/an amount ail whether for taxes or otherwise

and upon failure to pay the same, shall be Sec. 9. Be it further ordained' That if as will pay and them satisfy the tax wi/u/the hereby reason-imposed within city sixty, days after they shall have bo-,
together
imprisoned not exceeding:; ten days. ? any Pilot shall bring in or carry' out of able costs'o upon ( such attachment; and for so come due, and shall pay over to the Treasurer

Sec,,2, Be J itfurther ordained, That if this Port any vessel or vessels, fora Jess doing, he shall in every IU/ cue receive of the city the amount so received by
any free negro, or mulatto shall fire ofd'or than he entitled to to the and above bit from
sum la lawfully over for own services him, before tiro expiration of ono month
.discharge any fire arms, or discharge any, prejudice of any other Pilot, he or they,on sucu free negro or mulatto, the sum of Two after the receipt of the same,taking tbe receipt

crackers, or tiny other fire-works whatever, conviction thereof shall forfeit and pay to Dollars, to be taxed in lit bill of costa.nec. of the Treasurer for the 'amount so
contrary to this ordinance, he or they so offending the Dollars and 7. Be it further ordained, That not be
Corporation, Twenty over paid over, which receipt shall! requiredof
for the first offence shall be fined such free negro or mulatto 10 advertisedand
above what the pilotage shall amount to, him voucher on the settlement of
as a
sold, shall, for the time being, be coo
five Dollars and failure or refusal to
upon
; and all controversy in relation to any parfofthis fide red the property"of the purchaser.Sec. his accounts.

pay the tame, he or they shall receive twenty Ordinance, shall be decided ,by the 8, Be it (furtherordatned That the Sec. 2. Bo It further ordained, That
lashes and for the second offence he
; Mayor, subject, however, to an appeal to owner,or o"nonor agent of every slave Marshal,of the said city shall bo the person
or they shall receive thirty-nine lashes, and the Board of Aldermen. shall,on of before the said first day of Jnne
the same for each offence thereafter. next, to the said Marshal for such authorised to give receipts to any person or
Bee. 10. Be it further ordained: That pay every .
who be indebted the said
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That any subject to this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen years aud under persons, may to
any person cents to be to ei.yln sum of money, whether for tax.
any
of
giving information a violation of fifty, twenty-five applied
person this ordinance, shall be entitled to one halftime failing to comply with the same, or refusingto and for the use of said city-for which the i CSt fines, or in any other manner j, and_such

monW*collected of the so oflen8tb pay any costs or fines in consequence said Marshal u hereby required and direct receipts of the Marshal shall be the only
person thereof execution may be issued against ed to give a sufficient receipt,which said receipt evidence of payment required of any per

**" them by ho Mayor, as in case of a judg- shall operate as a license for the pert son indebted as aforesaid. ,"
l"i.. April, 1832.O. ment. od of one year from the first of June next,
O'JIARA, Mayor. Passed 30th April, 1832. for the keeping of such slave or slaves; and Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That

; '$ & 1.. Patterson,Clerk. O. OIIARA, Mayor. in cue the said owner,or owners, or agentsof the Marshal shall receive fire "per' centum

'. ALES4xDEa PATTKJUOX Cleric. such slave or slaves shall refuse or neglect on the amount of all sums so collected by
RDINAKCE-No. 7. : to comply with the provisions of this him.
section, the said Marshall shall proceed in
...
the Pilotage for the Port of Passed June 16,1832.
jt SUPPLEMENTARY to an Ordinance regulating the manner directed in the foregoing sec
Key West. Pilotage for tie Port of KejWcst tion; and all the provisions of said (orego- P. O. GREENE, %'" p, T.

;;11" ned by the Mayor$nsj AJdenncn jog section are hereby declared, and they Alexander PuttcricD, Clttk.r .



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TIlE CITY GAZETTE, suLscri pt ions ant) remit the money at trIO J

PnnshrcTU8of -1 less formidable than the certainty of being ADVERTISER. risk of the Publishers, at the time of or-

THE TUkIfl trampled federated by at home.those with Hence whom is we is 'vitally have con im ,t A' ASD Journal COMMERCIAL.. of Commerce DAILY, Science, Litera- dering the paper. It is expected that they
STATE: RIGHTS AND FREE tport&nt will retain fn their hands 10
Arts.
that the power should be sustained Cure and the per cent,_of
EVENING POST. which alone'can compel a strict construction lilt; sits & DTJBTEA. I the amount received, as a remuneration fur
establishment, in Charlestonof an of the Charter. That power resides with THE CITY GAZETTE It one of the their trouble.' > '
THC
Newspaper 'devoted to the each State Sovereignty. iHs the State oldest existing Journals in the U. States. (Q:: Editors of papers with whom \\c exchange
ilas
support of their SATE been deem* Right of sovereign interposition to arrest Under many proprietors'course with few" ; are requested.give the above an

ed expedient by the RIGHTS and the usurpation of Federal agents. The existence exceptions, have always been Americanand insertion, and the favor. will be rccinroca>
FREE TRADE PARTV In pursuanceof of this right as the conservative popular. Of late years, 'from neglectmore *"*
this determination, TUB EVENING principle of our Constitution is no new doc than any other cause,its influence and ted. >
POST will be commenced as a Daily Eve trine ; it is co-eval with our Federal polity, patronage bad visibly declined. Within the Jan. 1st, 1832. T\ '

ning Journal,so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and contemporary last year however the present proprietors,
arrangements can bo completed.The expositors. This principle is having entered upon a course of policy Tho following article originally appeared
political tenets to which tho Eve'fling the characteristic feature proudly distin more consistent with the politics of the in.this paper: We republish it on account

Post grill be'devoted, are so familiar guiahing ours from other Republics not Federal South, and having made numerous additions of having lately seen u copy of it in a Boston .

to thii community, have been so long the in their clements In the latter, a to the mechanical improvements of their paper, with many errors ai d,inaccura-

prominent subject of discussion by the Constitution is,in fact,by a symbol of public establishment by fitting out in a new and cics in thc latitude, longitude! anfl.bearingof
press-and have been so often and triumphantly opinion,is construed by and varies with handsome type, and on"a larger sheet and some of the Light Houses. It is': evident -
vindicated by the first mftds ia our the changing will of a majority ; while in better description of paper than heretofore; if this be
statement followed
erroneous
State and in tho Federal councils, that it it and have been favored with a
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, 1
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more as a permanent rule of action. large and proportional increase of patronage it will materially mislead the Mariner,
'rhich Is offered such ai.d and so far from being a guide to warn him
than the following exposition The formal recognition of a right including new subscription general -
in lieu of a more detailed political creed. ,on the face of the Charter would have been advertising. Within the last year their from danger, will subject ,him to'the very
Free Trade will be advocated as the die superfluous, in as much as it resulted neces list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against which our publication

tate of an enlightened policy-as a privilege sarily from the formation of a compact between of more than Three Hundred Citizens was intended to guard. We advise Edi-

of the people,which impartial justico* independent sovereigns having no to which new names are with little tors to publish the following, which may be
requires from the rulers of every country- common umpire. As a feature of onr poUti exception, almost daily added. The pro-
relied accurate
and as a right which,in ours,is guaranteedby system, it is of course a political not a prietorsin order the better to merit that encouragement on as :
the Constitution. The framers of that revolutionary right. Formed f thc protec- of which it is equally their i "For the information) of Mariners generally -

venerated Instrument withheld from; the tion of a minority from the usurpations of pride and pleasure,to acknowledge so much we have I'rocured.from the,Collector
Federal agents the power to protect manufactures the Federal authorities themselves and has been received, from their friends! and oi lie Port, the following schedule of tho
by restrictive duties ; it.has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in connection situation of the Light Houses along tho

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through subserviency of those authorities with their office of business, aspacious Florida shore, under, .:his superintendence.Cape .
power, ana its exercise involving sectional the Constitution itself needed a protection. Reading Room, in which, the chief Public Florida ii A/.. Sationary. Situated -
oppression for sectional aggrandisement, Reliance for that protection surely wa cot Journals find their way and are carefullyfiled
south
has, necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation placed in eithcrof the parties against whom from all the States in our Union.- on the point ofJCcy, ,Biscayne, (
which endangers the permanency it was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities with- about 400 yards from the beach The
of the Union. It is impossible that tho injured I Court being ouo of the Federal agents,was out charge, to all patrons of thc Gazette.A Light may be considered 70 feet above the

parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly not, therefore, entrusted wit its political regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform level of the sea, distant from the Gulf
unjust and unequal its operation. guardianship. Nor could he engine of tho and upon a fine paper suitableor Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing

Without first proving, which is impossible, majority-the ballot box-have been considered correspondence carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the benrfitsof the protection are equally as the safeguard.' The sectional with the most correct estimate of the true of the Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long.
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross minority can exert no influence on the representation condition of the markets, and put upon the CO 42 W.Light .
absurdity to contentl that tho burdens of of sectional majority. The most advantageous terms to alj that come
the Tariff press equally upon all.If, then, responsibility representatives but secures ,, under this class,is also issued from the office Ship Florida Is situated on Gary
it ho a tax on consumption exclusively, as their fidelity to their respective constituents of the proprietors. Their Reading Room ford's Reef,near the site of the old one,

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

yet glaringly unequal and it becomes no can effect nothing against the antagonist .1 is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily distinguished as. :ttto.".distinctLights
free people to submit .to its unauthorised interest which the representatives( a majority and masters of vessels trading! to this are shown, which can'gcnct311y be
- exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, be compelled by their constituents I make
these ,
may To improvements they
I seen at the distance, 12 miles. Its ob-
when it is evident that we are not only ar- to enforce in utter disregard of the Sort additions, affording facilities to the

bitrarily taxed as consumers, but that the Charter.* The principle therefore, is de man of leisure and business, alike hitherto ject is to warn vessels] from the dangerousrocks
inevitable result of the protective system is solating-that the Constitution is at the dis. Unknown SIMMS fc DURYEA, and shoals near which it is placed.

the ultimate ruin of tho Sou them producer crction of a majority, and must be quietly No 3 Broad street Charleston. Key West Light,stands on the S. West

In the prostration of agricultural into. surrendered to their wisdom and justice!- Oi Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is 'in

test.There Besides,except in the Parliamentary trans- Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. 82> 04 W.; erect-
is no solidity in tho objection to actions of the two horses of Congress our TUB WEEKLY :MORNING COURIER ed for the purpose of guiding vessels when

our resistance, that others are blindly submitting frame of government no where recognizes AND N. YORK ENQIRER. entering the harbour the directions fur
to the evils, which are overwhelming the consolidatingfule that the will of a majority ; ,
them in common with ourselves. The President be which are as follows: Bring the Light to
shall may the
govern. the 28th Jan: inst.
On
is not our justification. If Saturday, bear N.N.W. and thousand Key Light to
This of the
delinquency elected by a minority people ; a majority Courier &. N.
wo are awake to.the dangers and degradation of Senators representing States, the Proprietors of tho Morning bear W.S.W. and you cross the Reef in
of our situation,it behoves us to leaveno aggregate of wbosa population arc a minority York Enquirer'; intend publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West

effort untried until wo shall have repelledthe of the whole people may reject a measure largest folio sheet ever issued, a Weekly Light until within two miles, then steer

invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed by tho representative Newspaper,to contain all that appears du- N.W. until Fleeming's' Key-
Post will,therefore, exhort to resistance of of the people in the other House-and ring the week in their daily paper. It will which is a Mangrove you open Island in the Northern

the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity vice versa, a bare majority in the other published on fine paper, with new type;
"which has beenb part of the harbor and then run for it
-f that "American SYltem, the
House may reject a measure passed by and to place it within the reach of all clas-
ilt up on the ruins of the Free System unanimous voice of tho Representatives of Thc best anchorage is in tho upper part u!
it will be afforded
t"ueathed us by our fathers, and which, if the States in the Senate-The President a ses of the community, tho harbour. Height of the Light House

established as the settled policy of the country single individual, may put his veto on the to subscribers At the reduced price of three fiom the level of the sea: 83 feet 6 inches.

!:Amt, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and thc Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad- Light stationary. -

of Utpn,or melt down and consolidate the of the .Supreme Court,KMlnc office ,.vance. Sand in
State Svcieignties into ono limitless irroeponsibv not by... \'tUt. t..., bY appointment, may' In consequence of,tlic >other Daily Pa- Key LiqAt.-Rc\'ohring, once
) despotism. Tho Evcnin set asido the concurrent enactments of in New York determining not to board 54 sends It is the best Light 'on the
Rill oppVj ,int improvement aa un- House, Senate, and President. Tho'power vessels pers and receive, their coast;-S.W by S. 8 1-2 miles from Key
news on Sunday
eonstitutn _,>* -'-ma online of favoritism to protect the Constitution could not West Light-situated directly on the Reef.,
the Publishers of the Courier &
Enquirer .
sectional robbery, as crea-
have intrusted to the The
been rationally very Light 70 feet above the
-----t. sea.
a Decel >
for perpetuating exorbitant from which the danger violation have lately] invested Thirteen Thousand dollars
taxatIon-it i majority Torlvgas Light,-Stationary,-on ono
oppose the rccharterinff It would have been indeed in a separate'news establishment consisting -
,
was apprehended.
of the United of thc
Dry Tortugas Islands; near the west
Bank
tel' as manifestly
committing the keys of theihouse to of one Schooner of ninety tons,
uneonstltutionald as prolonging the ex. crn extremity of ho Reef in Lat..24 31 N.
of distrust of whom and
utence of a dangsus the safekeeping those one of sxty tons, tho' necessary row
and it willopp 83 W.
power; the of locks. The Long. 10
le the proJect. of the Sur- suggested propriety pow boats. This establishment is supported at .
plus Revenue. alf'beme.Ulposit.ion of barefaced, er was wisely left with the several State an annual expense of Nine Thousand dollars -
wholesale bribery,," Sovereignties-and thus not only was there and vessels from boardedat
wubl adopted, will Europe are KeyWestSEGAR
give to oppression a 4 provided<< a definite rule of action for the
t1on co.existant sea and their news disseminated through
but to render
Federal Government, a
power
with that at ,
A zealous and pur JudiciousUcnment?vern inoperative,that is to nullify,their unautbo the country with great dispatch, long be- MANUFACTORY
to the fore reach the harbour. ,
Union, prescribes the press rised and irregular action. they
crisis for making a detenmfia M thc proper So far as a congeniality of views may ex In its politics, the Courier & Enquirer is WTT WALL takes' tJi sope
promising stand for the ConstUSn uncom- ist, in relation to these principles, the Evening II is purely Dcmocratie-adhering'to the principles lr of informing -

the jarring! interests of ,dlffeilj sections,beCore Post is pledged to the State'Rights i and usages of thc Republican( Party, the Public, that he has established

We organised against each other irreconcilable and Free Trade Party;" and as tho support and advocating the re-election] of General A SEGAB MATorFACTORir at Key West.-

conflict-before blinde .; their- of measures, to be efficient, must include : Jackson to the Presidency. Its columnsare He imports for this purpose, thc rery lea
its bumble aid will be
the consolidatiof the support of men. Tobacco from Havana.
unrighteous states alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
contributed to extend the
hall regard as undoubted right theii mjUQ zealously personal Segars nfthe best quality: and of
< influence and promote the political advancement Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the every
ntage-beCore they shall 'rcs) to of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, However, it does description' may be had at his establishment.

,maintain that "all hazards opinion tl.o"tyrannous or thc will ylQ.eiple themselves to tho good cause, which is identified not act upon the creed of Fanatics or Bigots 0 r All orders in the above lino will
public v a. with the value of tho Union, and the but the inculcates those I meet the earliest attention.
the Constituti'a.and on contrary,
majority,u a powcrabovo
before the victim sovereignties in minority liberty and honor of with South these Carolina.will be embarrassed Its principles of morality: and religion only, i May 23, 1832. 38 U tLoggerhead ,.

goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation which are formed upon peace and good
by a personal pledge to no can-
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall the or othermaintaining will to all mankind-the, fruit of which is Turtle Shell. '
idate for Presidency, any
rise in desperation abolish a frame of \tllcc. tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give a fair pries

government too much shattered tobe recog- :mn : its ground amid wet COD* "persecution for opinion's sake.11 600 Ibs. of the above article. v

flised'as, and that which for which inveterate they originally sectional: stipulated hatred ic\of party, it will be the aim of the Eve1- Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE S. WEAVER & CO.
-
shall then render it impossible ning'post to .preserve the dignity the Couric & Enquirer are published Daily, -v-
ever
again re-compose and re-edify. The South Presses y courtesy and moderation under and more than Three Thousand Semi- TT. S. QUARTER MASTER'S ,

once roused to a full sense of her wrongs tho belief that the legitimate\ ends of news weekly; and in tine City of New-York its: OFFICE _'
will be satisfied with but paper disunion are best subserved by firm cornerof A. Bromio0
nothing equality than
circulation i is known to be more an NOnTtlEAST
and zeal without in.temperance
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution violence, I up stairs. ,
other
hundred than
even if strictly observed, the slave With the opinions and public I per cent greater any Key West, Feb. 8, 183?. 23 jtf
holding States are placed at decided disad- acts of opponents, it will exercisctbe right paper. These facts arc referred to, 03 affording "
vantage.! Once leagued for the resumption of dealing fretly-but if is hoped-that no the only commentary the Proprietors NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY. '

of rights they will submit BO longer to a part of its career fill ever justify the suspicion can with propriety: offer oi\ the quality the case of Joseph Cottrell Si Co. vs

system of indirect taxation calculated to famous of its even partial" all adoption is fair in of the in'** of the matter which will be found in their IN 1 bales of cotton, picked up at sea and
blind the people to the extent and inequality maxim thajt politics contemplated weekly publication. libelled for salvage in the Superior Court
The domestic of native State
of their burdens-and they will demand will be concerns i watched our and the It ij intended to publish 17,600 copiesof for the Southern Judicial District of Florida -
for their laborIng clul a carefully policy the Court has decreed that after
representation fully advocated which jthall best calculated the first number of the paper, which pay
equal to that of the laboring classes of the appear the costs and of said
for her safe and economIcal will be distributed in difl'erent'parts of the ing expenses prosecu-
prosperity *
other States. The required concessions tion,one half of the residue of the value of
will be certainly refused by those'by whom government country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster said cotton (agreeable to the appraisement)
the Union regarded but as a bargain estimated While the Evening Post will be devotedto in the United States, in order thata be paid to the said Cottrell & Co for their

by a calculation pecuniary profit the promulgation of the political faith set specimen of the publication may be examined salvage on the same; rod that the remain
forth in it wilt not be I
thispro netectl'111
and loss, and the Federal bond will be sundered of the pectus details Commerce: der be held under the bond of stipulation,

-and forever. The.advocacy of State ,and Trade two practical branches of which TERMS. i subject to the claim of the rightful owners
industry
Rights is. therefore,'the only faithful advo i i must be most enefidally'.ft'ect by the Daily Paper $10 per an.-) Payable I ISem. thereof provided said claim be interposed

With Union; success of its doetr D:a, Great exertions Weekly Paper-4 per an. } tn within the time prescribed by law; sod that
a firm conviction of this !important : will bQ made to perfect the departments WEEKLY PAPZR-3 an.j advance. notice of the same be given by an adv !f*
per
ruth the will contend for
.
Evening Post connected with commercial tisement to be published in the Key West
intelligence
,
,L.iberty-the Constitution-Union." For and our merchants and tradesmen shall find O KrAny: person who may obtain eight Gazette once a month for nine months.
Liberty first, as the first of national bles- the readiest attention to all tbeirwants; and subscribers to the weekly paper and remit Therefore aU person bayW cj,im to

ings ; for the Constitution which secures it the warmest gratitude for all their favors. the amount, shall be furnished with a copy said Cotton,or interested{herein,are fcr-
from domestic usurpation; and for the Union gratis;and to companies of ten subscribers, by notified and required to present the.ama
which strengthens it against foreign aggression. TEAMS who associate and remit twenty-fire dottira, within the time prescribed in said decree:
Without a observance of Daily paper, $10 annum. Country *
rigid per or they hilt be barred.
it will be sent for g Y 60 each ,
the compact,the Union; mutt become a Uni- paper, three times a week $5. per ,annujn. A. H. DAY Clerk
and Advertisements inserted atthe usual Post Masters,who have no objections to
,,08 without Liberty the uncertain dan rates. Sup. Court South DisL P/ Florid,
, of subjugation from abroad is Infinitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct. 3, 1031. tot IS our Agents,are requested to ncpcive May d, |C3?. 9* q t' ,

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