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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 29, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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'/1'1m-- GAZETTE; :. tired to bed like Othello, "perplexed in theextrmllc. dents happen!P and true enough there lay _po\v lcr.) Thofriends bf the deceased have

.: EDITED BTR. ." There was no"dreamless sleep" a man of tin and sheet iron, wclto g''lmt the consolation of,knowing that no blame, '
B. 8TROBEL for{ me that night, and Queen Mab drove hot water. Tho superintendant of the can possibly attach toythe intelligent pro.,;
it": full gallop through nook and who! not but of the Lightning it
every cranny concern was a steam-man, prielors having been ;
by
Wednesday I
And published on every of my brain Strange and fantastical visions made of the present materialsgave it as his, clearly ascertained that those of the Snail
THOMAS N.-JEFFBEYS. floated before me, till at length came opinion that the springs were damaged, I started their carriage full two seconds before '
'1; t 1'ERl\IS-S. annum-payable in one with all the force and clearness of and the steam vessels a little ruptured, but tho time agreed on, in order to obviate in
advance. reality. not much harm done, and straightway sent some degree,the delay to which j assengcre
Advertisements inserted at ono dollar I thought I stood upon a gentle swell of the corpse to the blacksmith, (who was a I were unavoidably subjected by the clumsy
per square for the' first insertion, and fifty ground, and looked down on the scene beneath flesh-and-blood man) to bo rcpaited. Here construction and tedious pace of their'v cents for every succeeding time, till ordered -* me, It was a pleasant sight, and jot was then at once a new version of the old I ."
to"be stopped. a stranger might have passed it by unheeded Greek fable, and modern J'rometheuscs I'' Melancholy A"cide"t.-As a beautifuland
-- -- ; but .to me it was as the green spot in were actually as"plentiful as blackberries." accomplished young lady of the name
POETRY. the desert, for there. 1 recognized the hauntsof In f fact, I found upon| inquiry, that society I of J imps,a passenger in theSwifl-as-thoupht
my boyhood. There was the wild common was now divided into two great classes, living locomotive; was endeavoring to catch a fly*
TLc following lines are from a publication on which I had so often scampered and "locomotive" men, the latter being ing glimpse of the new Steam University '
called"Moll Pitcher,"written without "froe mornin sun till dine," skirted by the much, the better and honesicr people of her breathing apparatus unfortunately fclip- .
plan or connexion-and printed, says the old wood, through which lie burn stole the two; and a fashionable political economist ped from her mouth, and she was a corpse
author, without revision or correction. tinkling to the ncighboiing river. Therewas of the name of Malthus, a lineal descendant in three quait'rrs of a second. A young
Amongst such unmeaning trash, there arc the little ivy-covered church with its of an ancient, and it appears rather gentleman who had been tenderly attached
'proofs like the following, of the poetical ability modest: spire and; immovcablc weathercock, inconsistent system-monger, had just to her for several days, in the agony of his
of the writer: and clustering around lay the village thatI published an elaborate pamphlet, showing: feelings withdrew his air-tnbo and called
TO NEW ENGLAND. knew contained so many kind and loving the manifold advantages of propagating for help; ho of course shared a similar fate y
Land of the forest and the rock- hearts. All looked just as it did on the those iio-piovendcr-consuming- individuals Too much praise cannot he! given to tho'rest
Of dark blue reared lake,and aloft mighty to mock ri\"er- stammer morning when I left it, and went a in prefeience to any other So that it appeared of the passengers, who, with inimitable
Of The mountains storm's career-the lightning's shock wandering over this weary world. To mo ,that any industrious mechanic mightin presence of mind; prudently held their
My own green land forever; the very trees possessed an individuality t ; three months have a full,grown family breathing bladders to their mouths during ,
LaRd of the beautiful'and brave- the branches of the old oak (there was hut ubout him with the full and comfortable as the whole of this trying scene," &c. &C.
The freeman's home, the martyr's grave- one) seemed to nod familiarly! towards me, surance that, as the matt says in Chronon- A Liverpool paper stated that "The stock
The nursery of giant men, the music of the rippling water fell pleas hotolltholngos,"thc)' were all his own and for the Grand Liverpool and,Dublin Tun*.'
Whose deeds have linked with every glen, antly on my oar, and the passing brer/.e none of his neighbors." net under the Irish channel, is nearly filled
And every hill, and every stream, murmured of "home, sweet home." The These things astonished, but they also up." And a Glasgow one advocated tho.* >
The romance of'some warrior dream balmy air was laden with the hum of tin. perplexed! and wearied me. My spirit grew necessity of; a floating wooden railroad botwecn -
of thine
a
Where'er Oh! never his may wandering son steps, incline, seen insects, and tilled with the fragrance .sick, and I longed for the old world again, Scotland and the Isle of Man, in P 1
Forget: thcsky which bent above of a thousand common herbs and flowers; and its quiet and peaceable modes of en order bode away with the tiresome steamboat t ;
HIs childhood, like a dream of love- and to my eyes the place looked prettierand joyment. ] had no fellowship with the navigation. I took up a 'volume of
The stream beneath the green hill flowing, pleasanter than any they have since two new races of beings around me, and poems!:, but (ho similes and metaphors were
The broad-armed trees above ft growingThe rested on. As I gazed, the "womanish nature and her charms were no more. All all steam; nil their ideas of strength, and r
clear breeze through the foliage blowing moisture" made dim ny sigh!, and I felt things seemed forced, unnatural, unreal=- power, and swiftness, referred) to steam only
; that yearning of (UIC heart which every man indeed, little better than barefaced imposi ,and a sluggish,\man wus compared to a
Or hoar unmoved the taunt of scorn who has a soul that feels-let him go where (ions. I sought the banks of my native tiver grey hound I looked into a modern dictionary ;
Urcalhed o'er the New England horn;
Or mark the stranger's Jaguar hand 0- he will,-on oncE more beholding the spot it alone remained unchanged.: The fur some light on these subjects,but
Disturb the ashes of thy dead- where the only pure, unsullied part of his noble) stream flowed gently and tranquilly got none, except finding hundreds of curious
'The buried glory!: of a land existence passed away. Suddenly the as of yore, but even here impertinent man definitions' such as these: "
Whose soil with noble blood is red, scene changed. The quiet, smiling village had been at work, and j-erniciousrail-roads "HOUSE, s, an animal i of'wiiich but lit ."
And sanctified in every part; vanished, and a busy, crowded city occupied were formed to its very verge. I incautiously tie is now known. Old.writers. atlirm that ;
'YVor feel resentment-like' a branilUnsheathing its place. The wood was gone, the crossed one of them, trusting to my there were at one time several thousandsift !
from a fiery heart brook dried up, and the common cut to pie preconceived notions of time and space, this:: country." ,-. '
Oh! greener hills may catch the sun ces and covered with a kind of iron gnng- the abhorred engine being about three "'rREE,8. vegetable production; oncflv. p
Beneath the glorioefs heaven of France;. wa}' I looked upon the surrounding quarters of a mile from me, but scarcely plentiful in these parts, and still to be found:.
And streams, rejoicing as they run ,country, if country could he called, where had ( stepped over, when it flew whizzingpast in' remote districts." ,.
Like life beneath where the the day-beam's glance vegetable nature had ceased to exist. The the. spot I had just quitted, and catching "TRANQUILITY, a. Obsolete; an un-"'
wander
May With golden fruitis bending orange low bough; neat, trim garden, the verdant lawns and mom its eddy, spun mo around like atop natural state of existence, to which the and:]
And there may bend a brighter sky swelling uplands, the swcct-sccntcd mea under the lash. It was laden with pas. ,cicnts, were very partial. The word ,is" toI
O'er green and classic Italy- dows and waving corn fields were all swept sengers, and went with headlong fury ,be met with in sc\'cralold authors," &c.
And pillar'd fane and ancient grave away; and fruit, and flowers, and herbage straight towards the river. Its fate seemed In despair I threw down the book, and, '
Bear record of another time, appeared to be things uncared for and unknown inevitable: -another instant and it would be rushed out of the house It was midday! ,:
And over shaft and architraveThe Houses and factories, and turn immersed j in the waves, when lo! it sud but a largo theatre was open, and the people ,
green luxuriant ivy climb: pikes end railroads, were scattered all denly sunk into,tho bosom of the earth, and were pouring in. I entered with the -

.And The far towards the shake rising its sun leaves on high, around, and along the latter, as if propel in three seconds was ascending a perpendicular rest, and found that vyhatever changes had, if,
Where palm flowers may are opening:: one by one, led by some unseen, infernal power, mon- hill on the opposite bank of the ri taken place, money was still money. _Thct t 1
Like stars upon the twilight sky, strous machines flew with inconceivable ver. I was pctritic'dand gazed around were paying) Hamlet by steam,and this, 'wiur. I;
And breezes soft as sighs of love swiftness. People were crowding and jostling with an air of' helpless: bewilderment, whena better than any other purpose to-vQhieh 1 "
Above the broad bananna stray, each other tlf> all sides. 1 mingledwith gentleman, who was doubtless astonished had seen it applied. The,automatons fen).' I,',
And Orahim's sacred groveA them, but they were not like those I at my astonishment, shouted in passing, ly got along wonderfully well, their speak- )
thousand bright-bued pinions! play- had formerly kr.own-lhey walked, talked, I ""What the fellow staring at?" and another ing faculties being arranged upon'the bar. rrcJorgan
Yet unto thee, New-England still and transacted business of all kinds with asked "if 1 had never seen a tunnel before principle greatly improved;and' t '
wandering sons shall stretch their
t Thy arms, astoniphing celerity. Every thing was donein tLike" they roared, and bellowed, .and strutted, -{
And thy rude chart of rock and hill a hurry; they ate, drank and slept in a J..car,"my wits began to turn." I and swung their arms to and fro as sensibly ; .'
Seem dearer than the land of palms! hurry; they danced, sung, and made lovein wished for some place where I might hide as many admired,actors, ,1l/ fort J Q1Q. r
Thy, massy oak and mountain pine a hurry; they 'married, died, and were myself from all around,and turned instinctively I ly in the grave tine,owing to'some me "Icban
More welcome than tie banyan's shade buried in a hurry,bind resurrcction-meri had to tho spot where the village ale-house cal misconstruction,Ha'mlet.exploded, 'I,
And* every free blue stream of thine, them out of their graves before they well used to stand. But where, aIds was the and in doing! so, entirely demolished! one '
than the bed
Of Seem oriental ncher waves which golden glow knew they were in them. Whatever was neat thatched cottage that wai wont so of the gravediggers, carried away a great '
And sparkle with the weath below.MISCELLANEOUS.. done, was (lone upon the high-pressure often to ]part of Laertes,and so injured tho rest of, j
principle. No person stopped to speak to "impart the dramatis person+ that they"wcnl off on*: tE' '
.." ssss.r''O---- another in the street; but as they moved rapidly An hour's importance to the poor man's after the other like so many crakers, filling t> : '
on their way the men talked faster learH" the house with 'healed vapour, I made mj Ii
-..' than women do now, and the women talked Gone!land in its place stood a huge fabric, escape, but on reaching (the street, tbiQga'I J ;
From the New York Mirror. twice as fast as ever. Many were bald, labelled "(irnr.d Union Railroad Hole! there were ten limes<< worse than, ever. It ';
STEAM. and on asking the reason, I'n! given to limit hero also it was steam, steam, nothingbut was the hour for slopping And starting the I tl}
Dial. a dream, which was not all a dream: understand they had been great travellers, steam! The rooms were heated by several carriages, and ilp,language' can de'i''i
araON.r and that the rapidity of modem conveyan strum, the beds were made and aired by scribe the si'ate of the atmos ,here:/ Steam. i:
Modern Philosophy, anon, ces literally scalped those, who Journied steam, and instead of a pretty, red lipped, was generating and evaporating on all sides ,1 t :
Willat the rate she's rushing, much in themsweeping whiskerseye-brows rosy checked'chamhcnnald, there was an -tin bright sun was obscured-the people J ,
Yoke'lightning to her railroad-car, eye lashes-in fact every thing in any: way accursed machine-man, smoothing down looked (parboiled,and the neighboring fish*' i
And.potting like a thooting star, moveable from their faces. Animal life appeared I the pillows and bolsters with mathematical rrman'a lobsters changed color on the'instant ; '
Swift as & solar radiation I to be extinct; carts and carriages; precision; tho victuals were cooked by ; even the steam inhabitants appeared !i
Bide the circuit of creation
grand AM N. carne rattling down the highways horseless I steam, )'t-n'cven the meat roasted by steam! uncomfortably hot. I could scarcely !
is'a and driverless, wheeluat rows trundled along Instead of theclean-swept'hesrth, breatbe.i-there was a blowing, aroaring'aa" ;
| Lao a bilious friend of ,Lord who greatadmirer thatis without any visible agency. Nature was "With aspen-bouFbs, and flowers, and fennel hissing, a fizzing, a whizzing going on alb ;
imitator
and Byron i I
; out of fashion, and the world seemed to get Bay, around-fires were blazing, water was bubbling
he affects! misanthropy, masticates tobacco tolerably well wit! out her. I boilers lo! I suddenly
has his shirts made without collars, : along there was a ;patent steam-stove, and the bursting-when,
calls himself, a miserable man, and writes At the'(oot of the street my attentionwas place was altogether hotter than any decent awoke and found myself in a state '
with a glass of gin-and-waterbeGJrehum. attracted by a house they were build. man would ever expect to have anything of profuse perspiration. I started,up, raft
retry. His gin, though far from first rate, ding of prodigious dimensions, being not to do with Books and papers lay to the window, and saw several milkmen
On the scattered table. I took one of the and baker's carls, with horses them, trot
i"s better than l Ids poetry; the :latter, indeed, less than seventeen stories high. on a up
being worse than that of many authnfs of top of it several men were at work, when former; it was filled with strange new ting merrily along to market! 1 was eu>,
the day and scarcely fit evenJor no dreadful to relate, the foot of one of them phrases, all more or Ices relating to steam, raptured. J put on my 'clothes, and while
album'present however,, he does not think eo, and slipped, and he was precipitated to tho earth of which I knew nothing, but as far as 1 doing so, made a vow to read no more'manuscript
; of horror could make the of the several and eschew gin-and-water
makes a great quantity. At his lodgings, with a fearful crash. Judge my out English poems,
a.few evenings ago, auiong other morbid and indignation on observing the crowd items, they ran somewhat thus: for the time to come.. .
productions, ho read mo one entitled pass! unheedingly by, scarcely deigning to "Another thocting catattrophe.-As the -- -
"Steam," written in very blank verse, and cast a look on their' fellow creature, who warrantetlwulocoinotivefiniokecon5um t TIlE aAZITi'EKEY
evidently modelled after the noble poct'd doubtless lay weltering in his blond, and ing-fuel-providing-stcarn-carriage Lightning -
,"Darkness," in which l he takes a bird's eye the rest of the workmen went on with their was this morning proceeding at its usual WESTt '
world three centuries several avocations without a moment's: three-quarter speed of one hundred and .
viewof the two or WEDNESDAY AUG.
39 .
18:12.'I'
hence, describes things in general, and pause'in consequence of the accident. On twenty-seven miles an hour, at the junctionof : -,. __. -_ ,_,__ ._ : -_
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comes to a conclusion with, .'SlearnVas approaching the spot, I heard several in passing the Hannington and Slipbby railroad, it -t-
TilE WBCCKS. The
from the
in with the cargo AJ
the universeYhethfflrit! was the fumes murmur the most incomprehensible unfortunately came contact
'arising from this piece'of "written" vapor, ol>,"ations. "Only a steam man," said steam-carriage Snail, going about one hundred mencan Ship BLephtrd not raving all. air U>
whether I had unconsciously imbibed one. ""Won't cost much," said another. and five miles per hour. Of course red, put of it having beta landed at1adiat ,
or more Hollands thaa my temperate habits: "!lu boiler overcharged!, I suppose," cried both vehicles with their passengers were Key ft Is impossible to say with Strtrlut,.

allow of I cannot say, bqt I certainly re- a third, "ihe way in which all these acci instantaneously reduced to an impalpable what amount of property may be ratted.ar


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, in what condition. Itia suppcsedb.owe-er, I' Slates,.the Mayor and Board of Alder the Privy of the house tISY.] inbabit,

that the greater part of the sugar trill be i I.James Egan;. men of the City of Key West have every two weeks, and every person failing once
deemed it their duty to the follow I orrcfusingto
eared ia good order. pass 'thfsOrdinance : with,the provisions of
'
ing ordinance: shall be fined the
Ftom the British fehip Eliza Plum&r, about sum of
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by tho Mn'or'and Two Dollarsfor each offence.
Madeira wine f79 JatnaicA 22 casks IJbds -
J Aldermen of the City of Key West, Sec. 2'f' Bo irrftmhcr
': runV,and 63 Hbdt of sugar, togetherwith That from and after the passage of this or shall be the duty of ordained, That\ it
the greater part of the furniture, tackle pESPECTFl/tii cinforms his friends dirrsnceit shall be the duty of the Health keep the yards und very house-keepcr| to r t

apparel &c. belonging lathe Ship, have JlV and the public In'general,that lie has Officer: of the Port to board each dud every control and the enclosures-under other their
Private Home Indian privysand
Hoarding -on
a
been tatted and brought to Key West.- opened hey, and winpaefer"attention in vessel arriving hero, as soon as may be, and es in them,clean and, ia good order out-Jious'also] *

I From Vhat we can learn,it ia the intention his power to render satisfaction to those with a view to occasion as little delay as it shall be tilt; duly' of the Cty lfarslal"at( ;

of both parties, should his honor Judge who may favor him with their 'company.- 'possible; to inspect such, vessel and her least' once every month, to visit,the fcnclosiiros f
Webb arrive here in time, to throw the His terms are moderate crew-and should such vessel be in a condition of ill houses tie City of KeV West-
April II, 1832. : ', 3: p to require it, or any of her crew la and that ,
claim (or salvage into the .onrt! SCQ the same-j are'clc n1I\I a' the
......... bour under an infectious or contagious disease out-houses, in,good order'end.yhetiever
A NOTE.-Tlic subscriber, in retiring CITY ORDINANCES. he shall quarantine such vessel, or as ,shall find any filth -dirt-which-he lie '
from fas practice in this city, returns his many of her crew-and forsuch a time as he deem prejudicial the health oC the may *
thanks to the inhabitants of Key West for ORDINANCE-No. 13. may deem necessary. he shall notify the "City,
the liberal support and patronage which For the better P tice'ReguhltioaoC the''Ci Sec. 2. Be it further ordained as afore pying the enclosuresor person or.persons bccu
hire extended to him, and for which cf West. having the control
they ty Key said That 'hero, from and ,
\'CSSelarriving of the same, to remove the'said'filth
lie will always cherish a grateful remem Sec. Be it ordained the: and imme-
his establishment 1. by Mayor after the passage of this ordinance, shall be diately, and failure of the
brance. Having transferred upon person
to Dr. A. II. Day, ho takes the liberty Board of Aldermen of'the City of KeyWes1that'from permitted to approach the city until board. to.remove said filth, it shall he the aforesaid '
of recommending that gentleman to his and after the 16th day of ed and inspected by the Health Officer; duty of the.Marshal.to) have the same:! removed

friends and the, public generally! believing August inst. tlfe City'BelUhall be rung forfivc'minutescommencing and should any captain or commander of at the cost of the person liable to-
him in every way worthy of their confidence. at half.\ast nine'o'clock any vessel approach said city without permission remove flip same.and
B. B. STRODEL M. D. P. M. home all of, every person falling
to
warn persons from said officer, or should lie land or refusing\ to dirt
remove }
West, 1, 1832. colour and should any or filth;when
Key Sept.
any person or )personsof to
; "any person or permit nay person go onboard required by the City .Marslxii shall,in addition
colour"be found in the aheVbell-
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---- | to the costs of the
ring without written permission ;(if free) sion he shall be liable to removing same,
MARINEINTELLIGENCE. a prosecution on ,be subject to a fine of! five dollars, and
from the 1\hyor or an Alderman, ant) 'if aslave behalf of the said city for a sum not ex costs.
Sec. 3. Be it further
: ordained
That
,
.. from his or her master 'or mistress, cecding three hundred dollars. when privy which (
I' any niay bctrectcdupon
PORT OF KEY WEST. he,she or they may be'fined, whipped or Sec. 3. De -it 'farther ,ordained That any lot within tire limits of the City, and

..I put to labour on the public streets for a time should any person or persons, in Violation shall, from its situation, or the manner in
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.Aug. not exceeding three days:, Bt the discretionof of the true intent and meaning of this or which the sabre is kept, become generally
the Mayor or Mayor and hoard of .AI- dinance, approach near to, or go tin boardof offensive it shall be deemed '
a nuisance
Burrows Reef ,
: 24. Sloop Brilliant dermen.
this
vessel.arriving at land
any port, or and the
owner, or occupant of the tnt,
&c. or
sugar 2$. Sloop Martha Jane Long, Reef, do. Sec. 2. Be it farther ordained as afore from the same until such inspection ns aforesaid the person having the.Control thereof, Shall
Schr. Thistle, Bethel),Reef, do. said, That it shall\ not be lawful fir any has been made and permission given, remove the same to such place in the said

,27. Schr. Pizarro, Hoxie, Pccf,anchors coloured person, whether:free or slave, to he or they shall bo liable to prosecution premises, as the Mayor of the Corporationand
CLEARED. play the fiddle, l beat>> a drum -or make any on behalf of said city for any sum not exceeding two other members may deem most

Aug. 16. Sloop North America, Braman, other kind of noise after bell*ring,'by which three hundred dollars,and he quarantined } proper, and upon the refusal or failure] of

-" the.peace and quiet of the inhabitants may at the discretion of the said Health such person to remove the same, it shall be
t Sloop Paragon, Woodward, do. be disturbed, without permissionfrom Officer and the Mayor of the city. lawful for the Marshal
do. Cily to remove the
Simonds
1+ Sloop Sarah Isabella, ,
the AldernKan See. 4. Be it further ordained. That it
Mayor
Drip.Matilda. Ellison Havana. or an ; any to- same at the expense of the party refusing
'1ft. loured person violating this ordinance may shall be the duty of all pilots when they and the ,
40. Sloop Paragon, Woodward, Havana. person so refusing shall be fined the:
Sohr. Wild Cat, Martin, Charleston. be.fined, whipped or put to hard labour at speak Vessels bound to this port, or passing sum of Five Dollars. '

24. Spanish Scbr Ban Fernando. Baldez, the discretion of the Mayor orTVIqyorand through any of the channels thereof, to ascertain Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, ']'hXhny:
Board of Aldermen. .. .. previous to their
Havana. ; going oil board person subject to this Ordinance, and fail
Spanish schooner Temeridad, Godoy, do Sec. 3. Be it furiherordained'l'kat-every such vessel!, whether there bo iny 'sickness ing to comply with the same, or refusing
!5. Sloop Fair American, Raynal, Hav. disease the board and
citizen apprehend-any person or per- among persons ; !. to pay any costs or fines in consequence
J ___--_ sons of colour found at Urge, playing the further, to ascertain whether the Cholera or thereof execution may be issued against

;; ADVERTISEMENTS. fiddle, beating a drum or making any other other contagious disease ,prevailed at the them by tne Mayor as incase of judgments*
noise hy which the peace and quiet of thoI I port from which said vessel last sailed or Passed 20 April, 1832.

MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. inhabitants may be disturbed,after bell-ring, : touched at during her voyage; and should O. O'IIARA,1Maynr;
and by taking said person or persons before such be the case, or should there he :any ALrxs\DERPAZTERovClrrk. ,'. *
:: Mail Packet the United
THE : ,carrying and the Mayor or an Alderman and obtainingan sickness disease on board: the said vessel, "
West
Mail between' Key
'Charlestonwifleavethe former on the 15th order from either, may commit him, heror the said pilot shall not go aboard 'of such ORDINANCE-No. 2.

k. and the latter on the int of each month. them to jail, and on the following morn- vessel, but shall precede her with his hoot, To regulate Streets, and remove obstruc
All letters and papers, to be conveyed, j ing the said parties shall be brought before and show her the way; to the quarantine tions from the same.. '

must be deposited in this office by o'clock, I the Mayor to receive sentence. ground.-And should such pilot board any Sec. 1. Be it ordained the and
A.M. of the 15th. NO letters or papers of Sec. 4. Do it further ordained, That such vessel, lie shall forfeit his branch und Aldermen of the by Mayor
any description can bc.sent by this packet, from and after the 4 Cth,day of August inst. be quarantined at the discretion of the Mayor City of Key West,in Council
assembled and it is ordained
''unless. in the Mail. and Health Officer and should : hereby by
itshall not he,lawful ,for store or shop ; any cap-
H any the aforesaid
,11. S. WATERHOUSE, P. M. authority : That no house
tain
or commander: of such vessel refuse
to
th 1&32.DR. keeper to keep open his,her or their store or 'building enclosure shall
Key-West, Aug.:! state conceal from or remain or encroach
1 shop, or allow customers lo remain within ,or such pilot tho true
upon any Street,nnd such ob
condition of said vessel and those board every
D. B. 8TROBELintending short' the same after bell-ring at night, nor after on Tstmrtionshall deemed a.nuisance.
-or whether he has sailed from touched ;
ly to leave Key West, requests all perjons 10 o'clock A. M. on Sundays; and should or
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That
such
make in violation of this at any infected I'ort.n has been
\ indebted to him to- payment on any person or persons,
boarded during his from board I when any Street or Square in the City: shall
or:before the ls.tiof September next; those ordinance keep open store or shop or allow passage on
to whom be is I indebted w present their company to remain within the same after of any vessel infected with any such con- he obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint

Accounts for payment. the hours above specified, he, she or they tagious disease, he shall he liable to a pro- the same shall he made to the Mayor aid
,August 15, 183!. shall be fined in a sum not exceeding twen- secution on behalf of said city Tot any sum Aldermen, it shall be the duty ofsnid boardto
out exceeding three hundred dollars. appoint fit and proper \iqisons to examine
ty dollars at thc discretion of the Mayor
DR. A. H'to DAY the Citizens odors his of professional Key West. or Mayor and Board of Aldermen.Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That it-shallbe and report to them, if the said obstruction

Office-:first door,Nprth of P. J. Fontaine L. Be .it further ordained, That it the duty of all pilots to communicatethe ought to be removed, and if the removal .
t Go's. Store occupied at present by Dr. I I shall not be lawful for any person or persons existence of this ordinance to the cap of the same is recommended, hy said
I B. D. Strubel.>> I to commit any riotous, disorderly or tains or commanders of all \1.'sselsvhich persons, the Mr.yor shall order the same to t

Key ;West, Aug.: 15, 1032. indecent act,at any time within tho corpo- they may speak or go on hoard: of, hound Ix removed by the owner or occupant of
to this of tire said building, nnd.n. of such order
ration limits; any white person or persons port, or through any channels copy
Ifofice violating this ordinance, shall be fined in a thereof; in 'default wherCof and on shall be by the City Marshal served uponthe
behalf of said city they shall be liable to owner or occupant ofSuch building.
| sum not exceeding one hundred dollars;any a
prosecution ) Sec. 3. De it further ordained, That If
three
: coloured or violating the sonny sum not exceeding :
petsons having claims against the | person persons the of the
hundred dollars. owner or occupier said buildingshall
ALL of Michael Mabrity, deceased, I same,shall be fined, whipped or put ta hard
ire: required to present them to the subscriber labour on the Streets; the infliction of these Sec. C. Bo it fqrthcr, odained( That the fail or refuse to remove the same aftcr ,
quarantine ground be abreast of and to the I the service of notice as aforesaid,it shall -
duty authenticated, within the time penalties t?be at the discretion of the Mayor i
1 prescribed by law, or,they will, be forever or Mayor and Board of Aldermen, westward of the Mangrove Key, in tire up- i be the duty of the City Marshal, and he is
barred Those indebted to the 'estate are Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That any per partof the harbour of Key West, knownas I hereby authorised to 'have the said house
: 'cq'"' ted to make.immediate payment. or found lying about the Fleming's Key. or building, or any nuisance, removed from ,
w. H.;_WALL, 'Adm-r., streets person or drunk persons, or should such person or Sec. 't. Be it further ordained, That/ the the Street or Square, and! the expense of' .

( Key--West July 6832HENRY persons be !notoriously vagabond, he,she or boat of the Health Officer shall be designated removing the same shall bs paid by the

r 'they shall be fined, imprisoned or put to by a yellow flag at the bow and that (person owning or occupying such building,
K. IfEWCOMB hard labour at the discretion of the Mayoror any person exhibiting such flag 'with U viewto and for the amount thereof. exeution may
" WILL: attend! to any AGENCY or Mayor and Board et Aldermen.Sec. defeat the object of this ordinance, be issue as in case of judgments. '
Business that may liable to a prosecution on behalf of said Passed 28 Aprit, 1832.
be intrusted to him. Office and StoreRooms ?. Be it further ordained That each ,
f: in Warehouse of FIELDING and every criminal sentenced to be whipped city for any Burn hot xcc<<'ding three him O. HARA, Mayor.

: A DROWN .Esq.t by a Magistrate or any other legally au died dollars. ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk.ORDINANCENrt. .

1 KeyWest, Nov; ,16, 1831. 11 tfP.C.Geeue thorised person, shall be punished at the Sec.. 0. T3c it further ordained, That all -
whipping post near the jail; and should any penalties incurred by a violation; of any of 3. -
undertake to the provisions of this ordinance, shall be
: person or persons punish publicly -
To prevent the running at large of Swine or
for
said offenders at any other place within prosecuted '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. .

t' Continues to transact General Agency persona shall be fined in a sum not exceeding cognizance of the same. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen -

, Business. fifty dollars for each offence fit tho dIScretion 9. Be it further ordained, That this ordinance of Ole City of Key West, in Council

Goods. taken; on, Storage &c. of the Mayor or Mayor and, Board shall be in full force from and after assembled, and it is hereby ordained by

(ttr: He.will always be happy to receive of Aldermen.Sec. the period of three days from the passage the authority of the same, That afthe!
and execute all orders in his line,of Bust 8. Be it further ordained, That'any and publication of the same) and that all passing of this ordinance, all Swine found

, cress person subject to this ordinance,and failing ordinances, and parts of ordinances, here running at large in any of the streets, or
to comply with the same or refusing to tofore passed, conflicting with the
'' West 28th March 1831. prnviftj within the corporation limits of Key West,
i } Key pay any costs or !fines inconsequence thereof ions hereof, be,and the same are hereby repealed. shall be taken into the possession of the City -

t execution may be issued against them Marshal, and the owner or owners thereof -
'I LIST OF. LETTERS I by the Mayor as incase Judgement. Approved 24th July, 183!. shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corporation

Remaining the Post Office at Key Weston ; Approved 1st August, 1834.0.0'IIAltA. O. 0'JlARA, Mayor. the sum bf One Dollar, for each and

i the ht' July, 1832: Mayor. Alexander Patterson Clcrl every hog, sower swine, so found funning

' Wm.8. Brown, Robert Kiop, Alexander Patterson, Clerk.ORDINANCENo.. at large, belonging to him,her, or them,and
ORDINANCE-No.1.
Edward P. Dunce Morgan; Old, on their failing so to do on notification,the
C. Busbn&ll, James Pnwers, 12. To prevent Nuisances iq the City of Key Marshal is hereby directed to cause the aid

John Eden, Horace E. Sawyer 8Wm. Establishing Quarantine Regulation fur West. hog, sow or swine, to be sold at public out-

English Samuel Saundenoo, the Port of Key West Sec. I. Belt ordained by the l\Iayorand cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting .

Richard FitzpttricU.C William Smith, Whereas it has been considered highly important Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council the expenses( incurred by him, and
Robert Fitzpatrick, Win. A. Sharpe in all well regulated'communities assembled, and it hereby ordained by the above specified sum per head, he will

Henry Goddard Francis Johp Sullivan Wtlington2Wm. to prevent the introduction of infectious the authority of the same, That from and pay over to the owner or owners thereof.
Hodges,
Willotishby. K: Hoxie, Hezehiah Wood or contagious disease, and whereasthe after the passing of this Ordinance Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained, That alt ....
.' Wm. R, Hackjer.H. disease called tilt Indian Cholera it shall be the duty of all house keep Goats caught running at Urge within hit?
WATER1IOU8E, P. M. has niado its appeamnco In the United j: m, to put at l least one peck of Lime into ) limits: of the City, without being hobbteJ



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eo la (o prevent their jumping, from and I of' the City ti'K y West,in Council assembled I Sec. 1, Be it ordained by tho Mayorand I shall b. in full force and operation u regards +

after the second day of May, shall be shot and it is therefore ordained by I Board of Aldermen of the City such slaves; and all such remedies shall as and are

by the City Marshal, or any person author''- the authority aforesaid, That all Vessels of Key %Vcsl, That any master of a provided be pursu'ed in said towards section aforesaid such slaves.
.
jzed'by Iinr.Passed, /f" ?: of War shall be subject to the followingrates vessel wishing tt Pilot into tho Port of Key may Sec. 9. De it further'odaincd, That a tax

28 April, 1832. vflr: of pilotage: West, shall, if spoken! I by a Branch Pilot be of one half of one per centum be, and tho

O. .9/IIAn )"''Jlayor. See:; 1. All Vessels of War per foot cpmpclltd to take him} and he is' hereby same is hereby laid on alt improved rest: estate

ALEXANDER P PATTKRSON, Clerk. drawing: G and not more Iran 11 required to discharge! any other person who in said city; and one half of ono per.

,,,",., ,. ru: -. fete : i : ''$$ 00 may have offered ins services to pilot said centum on all unimproved real estate in
/; ORDINANCE-No. 4. Drawing 14 ond not more than vessel into this harbour, without paying him said city-Provided, said unimproved real
estate .!apart bo',.ahted at more thanTwenty
ToTas Pedlars and Transient Traders. 18 feet, :: : : 2 26 for the same; and should tho master of fivo ,Dollars which said

,, ,/, &c1. Be it ordained, by the Mayor and .Drawing 18'find not over 21 feet, 260 said vessel refuse to do so, and persist in value, ai- well of improved per acre a*, ;of unimproved i

Atd rmctnof.tho.CltyorIeyVcstmCcmn: ; Over 21 feet, : ,= : 3 00 keeping the said unauthorised person onboard real 1 estate, shall be estimated and assessed
cil emhled and it i is hereby ordained by Sec !. All Merchant Yesper foot, no shall be liable to pay the full amount on oath by two disinterested persons '

'j' thp aotljority; aforesaid: That any person' scls drawing 5 and riot over 12 of pilots t to the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board. '

..tom'llthur the limits! 6f the City of feet, shall pay : : $1 50 speaking him, Sec. 10. Be it further ordained, That alt

". ..Key,West, and hot 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 tho 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 hall, after giving twenty days notice to that of
,. effect to the owner, or owner, or agent
gcll. or dispose of any goods, wares or merchandize All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Port of Key West, shall shew to the master such estate,be sued for by the said Marshal

except live stock and poultry, Bee. 3. Vessels arriving or depart. of the same his Branch! and shall also before the said Mayor or Mayor pro tern.

within the limits of the City aforesaid, shall, ing through the l\ortrr West Passage shew a copy of the regulations relating to by proper action, together with the costs for

before ho proceeds to vend or dispose of and drawing 4 feet br up; PiloM: sertngauch notice.

tho same, pay to the Treasurer of the City, wards, except !such as are herein- Passed! June 1G), 1832.! Bcb. 11. Bo it further! ordained, That

Ten Dollar?, and obtain from the Clerk of after mentioned, shall pdy 2 00 P. C. GREENE, tfaybr P. T. such assessors shall, fur their services in estimating -

the 'City, a License specifying the objectfor All vessels bound through the North West Alexander Patterson, Clerk.ORDINANCE.No.. ; and assessing as aforesaid, receive

which the same is granted.Sec. Pass, and touching at Key West for .the the sum of Ten Dollars, out of any moneyin
the Treasury of said city-not otherwise
2. Be it further ordained, That a- purpose of landing passengers letters, or 0.

Sly person coming into the limits of Key obtaining supplies of provisions; wood or An tirdinancc to raise a revenue in and for appropriated.lie
Sec. 12. it further ordained That
West, who may be subject to this Ordinance water, shall depart without being subject to the City of Key West. where owner, ownersor. agent of
and ,fail to comply with the first the above ordinance, unless the Master of Sec 1. Be it ordained by thb Major and improved any or unimproved real estate, who any

section thereof slwll be fined Twenty Dol the said vessel shall request a Pilot to take Board of Mermen bf thb City of Key shall on oath, before the Mayor and Aldermen

I lats tn be'recovered,before the Mayor.Sec. charge of such vessel and take her out over West, That from shall and after the til'UJay of say that his estate has been too highly
it and bb lawful forany
'3. Be it further ordained, That uny the Bar; for which services ho shall receive June': next pei hon, being may a citizen or inhabitant assessed! it thrill be the duty of said Mayorand
who have his goods wares of All Pilots detained mte'cry Aldcrinch, or a quorum of the Board,
person may the usual rates Pilotage. of Key West<< aforesaid, tb keep
ormerclwndize sold or disposed of by any board of vessel the said billiard to 'proceed forthwith to Assess: such estate,
on any by request open in city any room or rooms, which assessment! shall be final.
person established any doing :business as a of her commander: shall receive for to retail dry'goods'DP groceries, or both, to, Passed May SI, 18J:i2.
Commission ,Merchant in the City of Key: each and every day's services Threte Dollars sell goods on commission or when appoint1 O. O'HARA, Mayor.

West, shall be exempt from tho provisionsof per day, over and, above his pilot;>gtj. ed !by the Governor of Florida, by auction, Alexander Patterson Clerk. '
wilhr. tie limits of said receiving
this; Ordinance Fishing Smacks and Wrecking; Vessels city upon ,. r
license to such effect under the handand
a
.. nssed 28 April, 1832. shall not he subject to this ordinance. seal'of the Clerk for the time being of ORDlNANCE.:.-N'o.-lO.
O. O'IIARA, J.lltljor. furlherordiiincd -- said who is authorised and bogs.hoe. .
Sec. 4. Befit Uiatnny city, hereby P!- Concerning
t Anx.\\D1. >'P\TTfRSON, Clerk. vessel having passed the Buoy on the Bar I quired lois'suc'; the same under the conditions t, Dc it ordain bf the l\byornnd

of the North West Passage, before having; and provision hereinafter' set forth. Board of Aldermen of the elf)' of Ke Vest.
ORDINANCE-No. 5. been boarded Pilot shall bo obliged Sec 2. lite it further ordained, Thai That and after the Ibis
by a not from passage of act,
the iatrodnction of Cholera previous to the issuing of such license
For any ,
preventing to take the same but in case a Pikl I tho of dog found within
into the City of Key West. ; us i- l.erciu contemplated and! directed the owner eVcry or dogs,
'Vhereas, a certain disease known by tho goes un board by tile| request of JUT Cap party: applying for the nuball pay or !: tho precincts of said city; shall 1.taxed.

warne'of IndUn Cholera present prevailing tain, then he shall receive the usual pilot- cause Ube paid unto tbC said Cleric fOr the ,: for the same and every oho bf tho flame, at

in. the Northern parts of Europe, nv.uf the said'chy the Slim or rims folloiv- the rate of one dollar for every male and)
'> age.Sec. iUI: to u it- Ten Dollars for every Billiard three dollars for female to be -
of the'most fatal character, antI as such 5. Bo it further ordained, That all every applied -
:disens nnay be introduced info our own vessels bound into the Port of Key West, rit's.T Ilk: ;;, Teh for the Dollars retailing-.and of dry if both"gobd, Fifteen orgro- to the use )f' said city of KeyWest.Sec. .

,. ports, by'vessels trading with tit:tt quar-* and spoken by a Pilot-Boca Chic bearing I 3 ,'! lr'ij; t fbr selling goods by auction, tin the! 2, Be it further ordained, That all

tier of tho Globe, North, or North-Westerly, shall pay full I, :;' Amount of sales one quarter of "ohoTT persons owning any dog or dogs, shall,
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore-ordained by pilotage at the same ratcsjfc though she centum; and each and every commiMlbBii" within the spate of three days after tho

the Mayor and Aldermen the City, of had been brought in ovrr the main Shij. 'rcl-ant shall pay the sum of Fifteen DolHM > tss6gc bf this act, pay to the Marshal of

Key West, That all Teasels arming from Channel Bar. A vessels arriving and! not 1 per annum. life said city of Key West., the tak t-equirod
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, that any
ports or place where the seid; disease exists, having been spoken by a Pilot before passing and billiard by ttto 1st section of this act, and 't take hut:

shall: he taken by tho Pilots of -tlPort' the above named ]limit, and being :3 room every, or retailing person keeping any dry open goods any or groceries receipt for the same;; and the Clerk of said

without their going on board, to 'the! Quafontine miles from the Light House on Key West, selling any goods in said city, either city is hereby required to grant a 'license to

Gtrnund( northward and westward shall only be subject to pay half pilotage; by auction or as commission merchant with- any person applying (pr the same, on hit
*>f Fleming! Key there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing till out having first obtained a license for s\ich being shown the receipt of the Marshal for

the direction of the Mayor of the City, and I aforesaid limits, in that case she shall be purpose, ball beand he is hereby'made lia the tax; for which license the Clerk shall

Health Officer! of tl.e Port exempted from paying any pilotage.Sec. ble to forfeit and pay for every such act,'and charge and receive the further sum of fifty
of the tits of
for repetition name, stun
Be it farther ordained That ; Be it further ordained That all every and Condition's
Sec. 2. 'C. Fifty Dollars, to* bo sued for and recovered cents: required by this
while it shall be-thought necessary-by: the vessels arriving through the West Pits', and with costs of suit before theMayororMay- act having been.orpplial'witb\ the ]person

itllJcitlih Officer, that such vessel or vessels the Etrst end of the Dry Rock, to'tho West., or pro tcm. said city-one half to the so complying shall be authorised to allow

1 !shallncrform, quarantine 1tt rcourse ward of Sand Key,bearing south-west, shall use of the informer or inftrrners-the re. his dogor dogs to run'It large in the street

.whatever'af fan beheld with tto'Cily or Isl- pay full jrilotage, bat if.. not spoken until maining,half to the use of said city. for the space/ of, one year. I .
and limits and Sec. 4, lie ,it furtherordaned, Tnal nothing
rind of Key West, but by permission passing the aforesaid being
Sec. 3. Be tt further ordained That tho
in this act contained shall be to constructed ,
of the and firdm West half
tinder the direction Mayor three miles Rev Light, only
to license the keeping of Marshall of thc city of KeyVcs't is
I 3t! oped rcquir
health Officer and all who shall shall !be recovered but if spoken
persons pilotage ,
any billiard room after eleven o'clock on ed to kill and destroy all dogs running at -
rmld intercourse with such vessel or vessels, afier passing the aforesaid limits: shall be ; at time
Saturday evenings, or any during large in the streets-the owners of which
n'ithoutfirst nl>tninnsaic:\ ; permission shall exempted from pa'ing'pilotb. o. : the Sabbath.
havr not complied with trio
tie liable to ptsrform tbe same quarantine as Sec. 7. Be it furtiierorda'ined-, That all Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all foregoing provisions >
of this act ami! he shall) receive the '
may be imposed upon the vcssela and car- Pilots: who shall bring vessel into this Pori licenses issued as aforesaid, -shall: imrncdS ,
take effect and be in force for the sum tof fifty cents for each and every dog
0 gucq. shall be entitled ,to carry her uu ,.nnless1hc ately ,
Sec 3. Be il'rilrtberortlaine.1, Thatihig :: can phew good and sufficient space of one year: from the first of June so destroyed. '
next; and that fQr'e'erYllicb license so issued ee; '4. Be it further ordained That no
Qrdinance shall tannin 'in full) force, until cause tolls contrary. Any vessel arriving ,
I, the said Clerk shall receive the
sum
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residing without the limits of tho
without" Pilot shall have liberty person
expressly repealed by thts Board. at this Port of Two Dollars for his own ute.Se'c. .
Tassed 28 April, 1&32. to deport without a Pilot, unless the 6. Beit' further ordained, That(remand ,city of Key West, shall permit his dog or

.. O. O'lIARA, Mayor. Captain should wish one. :after the said first day of June next, all dogs to fen at large in tfto Slfeeta of said

.\I.r.X.XDU.ro'r'rnnso N, Clcrl\ Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That free ne roes and mulattoes, of whatever sex, city without first complying with the ,rchquisition8'of

-- each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or cause to be paid'unto the City this act; any 'dog or dogs'found
-
', ORJ11N:1NCNo.: G.. Branch, shall make application to tho Mayor Mn.-.sial. !, tile stun of One Dollar per head running at largo may be destroyed .'

An Onjinanqq.} to prevent the shouting of and Aldermen, and before 'he obtain rcr annum fgre,er-y such free negro or mulatto after notice gyen to the owner thereof, by

'Fire.,trnia, &:c, within 'the limits of the such, lie, the said applicant, shall undergo of the age fifteen' years or over; and any officer of tho Corporation or member
fur every such, acgro or mulatto under Cf
City. of JeyY s"t. examination before a Committee thereof.
competent
an teen of nd'ovcr ten the
years age yean,
Sec. 1. Be it ordained! by the Mayor tot be constituted by the durl: to sum of Fifty cents per "amatfrn=: the whole Sec. 5. Be it further 'ordained, That ;

fl.J1l1' Aldermen of the City of Key West, examine such applicant,and if lie Le fond to be received to the'urfe of Tjaitlcity-for Ordinance No. '0, passed May 5, 1632, bo

in Cojincil assembled! and it is hereby ordained competent, it shall be tho duty of the Clerkto which the said Marshal shall'give to all such and the same is hereby! repealed

by the authority aforesaid, That it grant a Branch to such applicant, And negroes and mulattoes a godd and sufficient Passed June 16, 832.

r-hall not be) lawful for any person within the said Branch shall be signed by the Mayor receipt, which shall operate as alicetrao for P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. T.
the limit" of the City, (which limits shall one year from the first day of June next; :
for which the applicant shall pay to the i Alexander Patterson, Clerk.'OYtf1NANCE4No.
mulattoesor
be construed as extending as 'far PS Elizabeth Corporation Five Uttllarr and one Dollarto and ID default of such negroes 01 ..........
with
a'n'y one of them failing to comply
street,) to fire offer discharge any fire the Cleik it shall be reqUIred. of each the provisions of the first clause of this'.ec. 11.

crtns of any description whatever, or to discharge and every Pilot before: lie receives his or thin,the Marshal of said city, after giving Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and

any crackers, or tithcr fire works their Blanch, to give good security in the five days notice thereof, shall attach the bo. Board of Aldermen tho city of Key

whatever, and any person violating the sum of One Thousand Dollars, for the faith dies of'such negroes or mulattoes, and advertise West Tint the Marshal 'of the maid
city
of this ordinance shall be fined and cell the said mulattoes
provisions
negroes or -
of leis their
ful
duty as
perforamrtce or hail" ol1ect all simwof due
to the
liyc Dollars for each and every offence, Branch Ptlrt.' for such a period and for such an amountas money
will and satisfyb taxes hereby imposed said city, whether for taxes or otherwise,
'shil failure to the same shall t e pay
upon pay ordained That if
Be it further
Sec. 9. within
upon them,together with the reason sixty da'ys.DRcr they shall have become
imprisoned not exceeding icti days any Pilot shall bring! in or carry out -of able costs 0( such: attachment; and.for so due, and snail' pay over to the Treasurer
'See,;.2. Be tt further ordained; That if this Port any vessel or vessels, for a less doing, he shall in every such case receiveover .of the city the amount so received by/

any Free negro, or mulatto shall fire pfT or sum than he i is lawfully] entitled to, to the :and above for his own services, from him, before the expiration of one month .

discharge any fire arms, or discharge any prejudice of any other Pilot, I* or they, on such free negro or tnfuhtto,the turn of Two after th6 of the same the
taking receipt
receipt
crackers, t.r any other fire-works whatever, conviction thereof, shall forfHt and pay to Dollar?, to be taxed in his bill of cents. of tho 'J rcasurcr for the
contrary to thi ordinance, he or they so of- the Dollano'erand Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That every amount so
it-ncfin, for( tuo f lint on; neo shall be finedI'"ive CorporationTwcnty such free negro or mulatto advertisedand 'paid over, which receipt shall bo requiredof
; above what the shall amount to (
pilotage sold, shall, for the time being, be considered him as voucher on the settlement of
UollsrS" and failure refusal
to '
upon or and all in relation to o'this
controversy any part the property of the p rebaser. Ids account*.
:pay the tame, l he orAliey shall receive twenty Ordinance shall be decided the
by Sec. 8. De it fdrtherordained. That the Be
piece. 2. it further ordained That the
lashes and for tho second offence tIe ,
; Mayor, subject, however, to an appeal to owner or owners, or agent of every Wave
Marshal of the said shall be the
or they Klutll receive thirty-nine lashes, and the Board of Aldermen. shall, on or before the said first toy of Joie city person
the same for each offerro thereafter. Sec 10. Be it further ordained, That next, pay to the said Marshal for every such authorised to give receipts to any person or
Set 3. Be it further ordained, That any to this Ordinance and stave over the age of fifteen years and coder persons, who may bo indebted to the said
;iws-on giving information of a violation of any pet son subject with tbo'same fifty, twenty-fire eenU--to be applied to city in any.uloof money, whether for taxes
this ordinance, thrall be entitled to one half failing to comply or refusingto and fur the use of 'said city-for which the fines, or in any other:manner; and such
pay any costs or fines in consequence slid Marshal is hereby required and directed receipts of the Marshal shall be tho
only
fho collected of the offen-
iijonics person so thereof, execution may be issued against to give a sufficient receipt: which said re. evidence of payment required of

ding them by the Mayor, as in case oI.a judg ce1pshall oper4te as a license for the period son indebted as aforesaid.Sec. a.otper.
Passed 28th April, 1832. ment. of one year from the first of June next, I

/ 0..O'IJARAlluyor. Passed SOtli April, 1832. for the keepior such slave or stares; and 3. Be it further ordained, 'l t ,
Vlcxander Patterson,Cleric.ORUlXANCENo.. O. OHARA:, Mayor. in cue the said owner,oro.cen. or agentsof the Marshal shall receive five per cetitum .

AJ.EX.\NDER PATTKW-OX Clerk.SUPPLEMENTARY I such slave or slaves shall refuse or nee ''I. on the amount of all sums *Q collected; to
7, lect to comply with the provisions of this him. *
section the said Marshall shall proceed in
". To regulate. ;he Pilotage for the Port of ta an Ordinance re- the manner directed in the foregoing section Passed June 10. m.

Key West. nutating! 1'ilcUge for the Yurt of Kt"Welt. )- ; and all the provisions of said foregoiog 1' V, GREENE, Mayor *

Ce it ordained by the Mayor .and Aldermen section Ire hereby declared, tod they Alexander Patterson Clerk.



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r y.i \ ., ; Corm'idabJe of THE CITY GAZ1J17I;, subscriptions and remit the money at the
:% PROSPECTUS less than the certainty being
ADVEllTIER.A risk of tho! Publishers, at the time of
have'confederated DAILY ordering
or TUG trampled by thosewith whom we AND COMMERCIAL
STATE* RIGHTS AND FREE TRADE at home. Hence is is vitally im- Journal of Commerce, Science, Literal. r' the paper. It is expected that they

EVENING POST. portant that tho power should be sustained ture and tho Arts. 7 Vnirctain?: in their! hands 10 per cent of

which alone can co'mpeltrict construction BY MM.HS & DVRYKA. the amount jreceived, as a remuneration'fortheir
TilE establishment, in Charlestonof an of the Charter. That power resides with THE CITY GAZETTE is one of the trouble. "* ":" ""

oal Newspaper, devoted to tbo is the State the U. States.
each- State Sovereignty. It oldest existing Journals in 03-Editorsof: papers with whom
of their principles, has been deem we exchange -
support to arrest with few
Right of sovereign interposition course
expedient by the STATF.1UGJlTSand Under many proprietorsits are requested to give the above an
the usurpation of Federal agents. The ex- have always been American "
FREE TRADE P\RTY. In exceptions, insertion and the favor will be)
pursuanceof rcciproca-
istence of this right as the conservative and popular. Of late years, from neglectmore ,
this determination, THE EVENING is doctrine influence and ted. \;
principle of our Constitution no new than other cause,its
POST will be commenced as a Daily Evening Federal any Within the Jan. 1st 1832. K\ :
; it is co-eval with our polity, patronage had visibly declined. ,
Journal),so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and contemporary last however the present proprietors,

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

political tenets to which the Evening the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing more cons'Jent with the politics of the in this paper| : Wo republish it on account

Post wilt he devoted, are so familiarto ours from other Republics not Federal South, and having made numerous additions of !laving lately seen u cc\pyof it in a Boston .
the
this community, have of discussion been so long the in their elements. In the latter, a to the mechanical improvements of their paper, with many errors and inaccuracies -

prominent subject by Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of public establishment by fitting it out in a new and in the latitude, longitude, and beating
and triumphantly
; and have been often -
so F
press"- vindicated by the first minds in our opinion, is construed by and varies withthe handsome type, and on a larger sheet and of some of the Light Houses. It id ev j:
while in
changing will of a majority ; belter of than heretofore;
State, and in the Federal councils, that it it description paper dent if this erroneous statement be folla.w":
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, and have been favored with a :
is deemed to promulgate more cd it will mislead tile '
unnecessary materially
,
rule of action. increase of patronage -
i as a permanent proportional
than the following exposition, vhicb is offer I The formal recognition of such a righton large,including new subscriptions and general and so far from being: a guide to warn il un.

ed in lieu of a more detailed political creed.. the face of the Charter Would have been advertising. Within the last year, their from danger, will subject him to the very
dic
Trade will be advocated as the
Free superfluous, in as much as it resulted neces- list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against which our publication
policy-asi a ,privilege .
tate of an enlightened
sarily from the formation of a compact between -\ of more than Three Hundred Citizens was intended to guard. We advise Edi-
of the which impartial justice
people,
of independent sovereigns having no, to which new names are with little tors to publish I ho following which be
from the rulers country- ,
every may
requires common umpire. As a feature of our polit- almost daily added. The pro-
exception
and ,which,in ours, is guaranteed relied on as accurate:
as a right
it ofcouT'SC not
ical system, is a political, a prietorsin order the better merit that encouragement -
by the Constitution. The framers of that Formed forthe "For the information of Mariners -
revolutionary right. protec of which, it is equally their generally
venerated instrument withheld from tho tion of a minority from the usurpations of pride and'pleasure, to acknowledge so much i 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 of the Port, the following schedule of the
it has been
factures by restrictive duties; from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established iO'connee.I I situation of the Light Houses along the
the
usurped by a perversion of sectional revenue through the subserviency of those authorities tion with their office of business, spacious Florida shore, under his superintendence.
its exercise involving
power, and Constitution itself needed a protection. Public
the Reading Room, in which, the chief Florida Si-
.
Cape Light.-Sationary
for sectional aggrandisement,
oppression Reliance for that protection surely wa not and
Journals find their way are carefully
has necessarily produced a sectional exas- tuated cm the south point of Key Biscayne
the whomit ,
placed in either of parties against 'filed, from all the States in our Union.-
peration which endangers.the permanencyof was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities without about 400 yards from the beach. The

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

jured parties can tolerate legislation! so manifestly not, therefore, entrusted wit'u its political A regular weekly Prices Current, in letter level of the sea, distant from the Gulf

unjust and unequal in its operation. guardianship. Nor could he cngine-of the form and upon; a fine 'paper suitableor Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing
Without first proving, which is impossible majority-the ballot box-have been con- collected
benefits the protection are equally correspondence, carefully 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 milesof
that the
sidered as the safeguard. The sectional estimate of the true
with the most correct
to all the States-it is a the Light. Lat. 26 47 .N.-Long.GO .
apportioned gross minority can e'cert no influence on the representation condition of the markets, and put upon the
.
absurdity to contend that the burdens of The 42 W.Light .
sectional
of majority.
a most terms to all that come
the Tariff press equally upon all. If,'then, responsibility of representatives butsecures under advantageous this class,is also issued from the office Ship Florida, is situated on Ca-

it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as their fidelity to their respective constituents of the proprietors. Their leading Room, ryford's Reef, near the site of the old ore,

its defenilcis vainly argue, its operation isyet and the representatives of a minoritycan where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 1)8 N.-Long. CO 27 W. It
and it becomes
glaringly unequal submit, its unauthorised no effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily 'distinguished, as two distinct

free people to .to. interest which the representatives of a ma- And masters of vessels trading to this Lights are shown, which can generally be
be
exactions. Much less is it to tolerated,
their constituents
jority may be compelled by port. To these improvements, they make at the distance of 12 miles. Its ob-
that not seen
when it i i. evident we arc only arbitrarily -
to enforce in utter disregard of the additions facilities to the
taxed as consumers, but that the is desolating daily affording ject is to,waifn vessels from the dangerous
Charter. The principle.therefore, of leisure and business, alike hitherto .
man
inevitable result of the protective system is -that the Constitution 13 at the discretion unknownSIMMS & DURYEA rocks and shoal:: near which it is placed.

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producer of a majority, and most be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston.O Key iVirvrt Light, stands on the S. West

in the prostration of our agricultural inte- surrendered to their wisdom arjustice..- T Subscriptions received at this office ,Point of the Island of Key West ; is in

rest.There Besides except in the Parliamentary' transactions Lat. 24 25 N.-Long, 82 04 W.; erect-
is no 'solidity in the objection to of the two houses of Congress; -our THE WEEKLY .iURNINQ COURIER ed for the of guiding vessels whenentering
our resistance, that others are blindly submitting where purpose
frame of government no recognizes AND N. YORK ENQIRER. the haihour the directions ,for
to the evils! which are overwhelming the consolidating that the will of a ma-
them in common with 'Ounelves.- The President be which arc as:: follows: Bring the Light to
jority shall govern. may
ii not justification. If On Saturday) the 28th Jan. inst. the bear N.N.W. and the Sand
This, delinquency our elected by a minority of the people ; a ma- Key Light to
we are awake to the dangers and degradation jority of Senators representing States, the Proprietors of the Morning Courier &. N. bear W.S.W. find you cross the Reef in

of;s'our situation, it behoves us to leaveno aggregate of whose population are a mino- York Enquirer, intend publishing on the about 5 fathoms water; run for Key West;:

effort untried until we shall have repelled rity 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 the representative Newspaper:! ,to contain all that appears daring N.w. ulttil/ Ficcming's Kcj'which -
you open
Post will,therefore exhort to resistance of in the other House and It will
) of the people the week in their daily paper. is a Mangrove Island in the Northern
e-TarifT the most prominent enormity
as vice versa, a bare majority in the other be fine with
of that American System,"which has been the published on paper, new type; part of the harbor, and then run for it
House reject a measure passed by
all classes
reach of
may the
built up, on the ruins of the Free System unanimous voice of:the Representatives of and to place it within The best anchorage is in tho, upper part of

bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if the States in the Senate-The President-a of the community, it will be afforded' the harbour. Height of the Light House

established as the settled policy of the coun- single individual, may put his veto on the to subscribers at the reduced price of three from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches*

try, must, in the end, etLerscyer, the bond deliberate act of both Houses; And the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad- Light stationary.

. of Union,or melt down and consolidate the of the Supreme Court, holding office "ance.In Sand in
Key Ligltt.-Rcml\ once
State Sovci eignties into one limitless, irre- but uf the other Pa-
not by election by appointment, may consequence Daily
Post 54 seconds. It is the best Light on thecoastS.W
sponsible despotism. The Evening set aside the concurrent enactments of in New York,determining not to board ,
will Internal Improvement as unconstitutional pers by S. C 1-2 miles from Key:
and President. The
Senate -
oppose House, power their
vessels and receive news on Sunday,
as an engine of favoritism, to. protect the Constitution could not West Light situated directly on the )teeThe .
of tho Courier &
the Publishers
us a source of sectional robbery, as crea- have been rationally: intrusted to the very Enquiierhave Light 70 feet above the S1'3.

ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation lately invested Thirteen Thousand dollars Torlugas Ligltt-Stationar-on one

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

the United States' Dank, as manifestly deed, committing the keys of theftouse: to of one Schooner of ninety tons, ern extremity of the Reef,in Lat. 24 31 N.
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the ex- distrust of whom and the
the safe-keeping of those, one of sty tons, necessary row W.keyWcst
83 10 .
Long.
istence of a dangerous power: ; and it will suggested the propriety,of locks ''he pow- boats. This establishment is supported at -
the projected disposition of the Sur- vaS left with the several State
oppose er wisely an annual expense of Nine Thousand dol-
Revenue, as a, scheme of barefaced,
plus Sovereignties-and thus not only was there
lars and vessels from Europe are boarded
wbichU! adopted, will ,
wholesale bribery, provided a' definite rule of action for the
give to oppression a duration co-existant Federal Governmentbut a powerto render at sea and their news disseminated throughthe

with that of government., inoperative,that is to nullify,their unautho country with great dispatch, long before SEAR MANUFACTORY,

A zealous and judicious attachment to the rised and irregular action. they reach the harbour.

Union prescribes the present as the'proper So far as a congeniality of views may ex- Jn'its politics, tho Courier & Enquirer isis WTT WALrAtakes of tlisop-informing

crisis for makioit determined and uncompromising ist, in relation to these principles, the Eve purely Democratic-adhering to the prin-
the Public that lie has established
,tn3 fortb Constitution,before I State ,
ning Tost is pledged to the Rightsand ciples and usages of the Republican Party,
the jarring.Interests of different sections Free Trade Party;" and as the support and the re-election of General A SEGAR MANVFACTORY at JeyVest..-

ire organised'against each other in irreconcilable of measures, to be efficient, ,must includethe advocating He imports for this purpose-, the very lest
Its columnsare
conflict-before, blinded by their Jackson to the Presidency.
support of men. its humble aid will be Tobacco from Havana. ,
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States to extend the alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic
zealously contributed personal Segars of the best quality, and of every
hall regard as undoubted right their undue al l\ence and promote the political advancement Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the description be had establishment..,

>4dvantages tief: ro. they shall restive to of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In morals, However, it does may line wit!
offAll orders in the above
maintain'at all hazards the tyrannous prin- themselves to the good cause, which is idon not act upon the creed t>f Fanatics or Bi- I

ciple that public opinion or the will of a tified with the value of tie Union and the gots,hut on the contrary, inculcates those meet the earliest attention.

majority,ua powerabovo the Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its of and May 23, 1832. 38 tt:
principles morality religion only, :
and before the victim sovereignties; in mino- warm co-operation with these will be em- -

rity, goaded bgyowl-endurance (unless the barrassed by a personal pledge to no candidate which are formed upon peace and good Loggerhead Turtle Shell.THE .
will all mankind-the fruit of which is
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall for the Presidency, or any other to
rise in desperation and,abolish a .frame of office. tolerance and brotherly affection: instead of subscribers will give a fair pried

government too much shattered tobe recog- I In maintaining its ground amid the coo '.persecution for opinion's sake. 500 Ibs. of the above article.

nised a% that for which they originally slipulated flirts of party, it will be the aim of the Evening Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER k CO.

,and which inveterate sectional hatred Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier & Enquirer are published Daily, -

shall then render it impossible ever Press, by courtesy and moderation, under and more than Three Thousand Semi- If. S. QUARTER MASTER'S

again tore-compose and re-edify. The South the belief that the legitimate ends of news- New-York its OFFICE, ,
roused to full sense of her weekly; and in the City of
a wrongs
onco paper discussion are best subserved by firmness corner of r. A_ Browce's
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; without violence, and zeal without in- circulation is known to he more than an NORTHEAST stairs.

and it cannot be denied that by the Consti temperance. With the opinions and public hundred pr cent greater than any other up 23 tI
West Feb. 8 J632.
tution, even if strictly observed, the slaveholding acts of opponents, it will exercise rightof j paper. These facts are referred to, as affording Key -

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

vantage. Once leagued for the resumptionof part,of its career will ever justify the suspicion : can with propriety otTer on,the; quality the case of Joseph Cottrell Co.!!

rights, they will taxation submit ,no calculated longer to to a of its even pa.rt adoption of the in* I of the matter which will be found in their IN bales of cotton, picked up at sea n4
of indirect maxim that all is fair in
system famous politics the Court
libelled for in Superior
contemplated weekly publication. salvage
tho extent and inequality -
to
blind the
;;people Tb .domestic concerns of ournatiwe State of Flori
,of their burdens--and they will demandfor will be carefully watched, and the policy It is: intended to publish 17,600 copiesof for the Southern Judicial District
da the Court has decreed that after
pay
fully the first number of the which
theirlaboringClass a representation advocated which shall appear,best calculated paper, of said
equal to that of the laboring classes of the for her prosperity, safe, and economical will be distributed in different parts of the ing tbe one costs half and of tbe expenses residue of the prosecution value of
,
concessionswill
.,
other States. The required government country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster to the appraisement)
said cotton (agreeable
be certainly refused by those by whom While the Evening Post will be devotedto in the United States, in order that be paid to the said Cottrell k Co for Heir
the Union -egardeetbut as a bargain, esti- the of the political faith set
promulgation a specimen of the publication may be ex salvage on the same; and that the remain
mate4by'a calculation' of pecuniary profit forth in this prospectus it will not be neglectful bond of stipulation
amined. der be held under the
Federal bond will be suns Details
and loss, and the of the practical Commerce
owners'
the claim of the rightful
Ji;red-and/forever, The advocacy State and Trade, two branches of industry bich TERMS. subject to said claim be interposed

Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy must be most beneficially affected by the i Daily Paper-----$10 per an.) Fatfalh- thereof,provided law and that
time
within the prescribed by ;
of Union. success of its doctrines. Great exertions Sem. Weekly Paper-4 per an. \ sriVXEIIL1 be advertisement
an
notice of the same given by
With a firm conviction of this important will be made- to perfect the departments P.uER-3 per an./ advance. to be in the Key West
truth the Evening Post will contend forM with commercial published
connected intelligence,
the ConaUtution-tniou." For OtT Any person who may obtain eight Gazette once a month for nine months.
and find
Liberty and merchants tradesmen a1..
our
claia to
subscribers the and remit Therefore all having
the first of national bles- to weekly paper persons
Liberty first as the readiest attention to all their wants, and
!iog. J for tile Constitution which secures it the warmest gratitude for all their favors. the amount, shall be furnished with a copy said Cottonpr interested therein,are hereby -

from' domestic usurpation ; and for the Uni- gratis;and to companies of ten subscribers, notified and required to present the time

on which strengthens it againat foreign: agtrrtuion. TERMS: : who associate and remit twenty-five dollars, within the time prescribed in said decree
observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country or they will be .
rigid
Without a barred.A.
it will be sent for $3 50 each
per annum. Clerk
H. DAY
week
Union roust become a Union ,three time a $S. ,
paper
the compact,the and the uncertain dan Advertisements inserted at the usual ratet. Post Masters,who have no objections to Sup. Court South. Dist. of Florida.

, : ,tfjof without Of subjugation Liberty from, abroad Is tnfioitely Charleston, (S. C.) Oct., 18'1. act as our Agcnte are requested to receive ; May 13. 1632. S3 0<9.


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UE GAZETTES tired to bed like Othello, "perplexed in tileextrel.e. dents happen!P and true enough there laya )w&ler. Tho,friends bf the
EDITED ET ." There was no"dreamless sleep"for man of tin nnd sheet iron, wcltonng'lii the consolation of knowing that
B. STROBEL me that night, and Queen Mab: drove hot water. The supcrintcndant of the can possibly attach" to tho int
.f.tfJ'B.
'i,; Wednesday, by full gallop through every nook and cranny concern, who was not a steam-man, but prietors of the Lightning, it
And publishes on every
" of my brain. Strange and fantastical visions made of the present materialsgave it as his clearly ascertained that those of
THOMAS N. JEFFREYS.
floated before me, till at length came opinion that the springs were damaged, started their carriage full two '
TERMS-$5. annum-payable in one with all the force and clearness of and the Steam vessels n attic ruptured, but tho time agreed on, in order to
, advance. reality. not much harm done, and straightway sent come degree,the delay to which
, Advertisements inserted at one dollar I thought I stood upon a gentle swell of the corpse to the blacksmith, (who was a were unavoidably subjected) by
per square for tilES first insertion, and fifty ground, and looked down on the scene be- flesh-and-blood man) to be rcpaited. Here construction and tedious pace
cents"for every succeeding time, till ordered -* neath me, It was a pleasant sight, and jet was then at once a new version of the old hicle."
to be stopped. a stranger might have: passed it by unheeded Greek fable, and modem i'romelheuscs Melancholy AC'CiJeJlt.-As a
--- ; but to me it was as the green spot in were actually as"plentiful as blackberries" and accomplished young lady
POETRY. the desert, for th re I recognized the hauntsof In fact, 1 found upon inquiry, that society of J imps,a passenger in the
my boyhood. 'J'JlereVas the wild common was now divided into two great classed, living locomotive; was endeavoring to ;'
The following lines are from a publication : I on which I had so often scampered"frae and "locomotive" men, the latter being ing glimpse of tho new Steam
called"Moll Pitcher,"written without : mornin sun till dine," skirted by the much the better and honestcr people of her breathing apparatus ,
plan or connexion-and printed, says tie old wood, through which the bum stole the two; and a fashionable political economist ped from her mouth, and she
nutbor, without revision or correction. tinkling to the neighboring river. Therewas of the name of Malthus lineal descendant in three quarters of a second.
Amongst such unmeaning trash, there arc the little ivy-covered church with its I of an ancient, und it appears ralli gentleman who had been -
'proofs like the following, of the poetical a- modest spire and; immoveable weathercock, I cr inconsistent system-monger, had just to her for several days, in the
bility of the writer.TO and clustering around lay the village that published an elaborate pamphlet, showing feelings withdrew his air-tubo
NEW ENGLAND. I knew contained so many kind and loving the manifold advantages of propagating fur help; ho of course shared a
Land of the forest and the rock- hearts. All looked just as it did on the those no-piovendcr-consuming, individualsin Too much pram cannot he

Of mountains dark blue reared lake and aloft mighty to mock river- summer morning when 1 left it, and went n preference to any oilier So that it appeared rest of the passengers, who, with

Of The storm's career-the lightning's shock wandering over this weary wotld. To me that any industrious mechanic might presence of mind, prudently
My own green land forever; the very trees possessed an individuality; in three months have a full grown l family breathing bladders to their :
Laud of the beautifulsand brave- the branches of the old oak (there was hut about him with the full and comfortable as the whole of this trying scene,
The freeman's home, the martyr's grave- one) seemed to nod familiarly! towards me, surance that, as the man says in Chronon- A Liverpool px+per stated that
The nursery of giant men, the music of the rippling water fell pleas hOlunthulngos,"the)' were .alt his own and for the Grand Liverpool ,
Whose deeds have linked with every glen, antly on my car, and the passing breeze none of his neighbors.11 net under the Irish channel, is
And every hill, and every stream, I murmured of "home, sweet home." The These things astonished, but they also up." And a Glasgow one

Tho OIi! romance of a some son of warrior thine, dream! I balmy air was laden with the hum of unseen perp'.cxed! and wearied me. My spirit grew necessity of: a floating wooden :
Where'er never hit may wandering steps incline, insects, and tilled with the flagrance ,sick, nnd I lunged for the old world again, tween Scotland and the Isle
Forget thotfcy which bent above of a thousand common herbs and flower; mid its quiet and peaceable modes of en order lodo away with the
ills childhood, like a dream of love- and to my eyes the place looked prettier joymcnt. 'I had no fellowship with the boat navigation. I took up a
The stream beneath the green hill flowing, and pleasanter than any they have since two new races of beings around me, amid poems, but the similes and '
The broad-armed trees above it growing rested on. As I gazed, tho "womanish nature and her charms, were no more. All all steam; all their ideas of
The clear breeze,through the foliage blowing moisture" made din'isy sight, and I felt things seemed forced, unnatural, unreal.:.. and swiftness, referred
; thatyearningcf lie heart which every man indeed little better than barefaced power a sluggish man was '
Or hear unmoved the taunt of scorn I who has a soul that feels-let him go here lions. grey hound. 1 looked into a
born
Breathed o'er the New England ;
Or mark the stranger's Jaguar hand ," he will-on once more beholding the spot ver; it alone remained unchanged. The tionary fur some light on these !
Disturb the ashes of thy dead- where the only pure, unsullied part of his noble stream flowed gently and tranquilly got none, except finding
'The buried glory of a land existence passed away. Suddenly the as of yore, but even here impertinent man bus definitions, such as these:
Whose soil with noble blood is red, scene changed. The quiet, smiling village had been at work, and |J'crnicious rail-roads "HORSE;a. an animal '
,And sanctified in cver'y part; vanished, and a busy, crowded city occupied n-pro formed to its very verge. I incautiously tie la now known. Old writers,
'slur feet resentmentlike a branil its place. The wood was gone, the crossed one of them, trusting to my tlrcro were at one time Several
Unsheathing from a fiery henrtt brook dried up, and the common cut to pie preconceived notions of time and space, I this:: country.11
Oh! greener hills may catch the sun ces and covered with a kind of iron gnng- the abhorred engine being about three "TREE, j. vegetable
Beneath the gloriol'f heaven of France;" wajs. I looked upon the surrounding quarters of a mile from me, but scarcely plentiful in these parts, and still
And streams, rejoicing n. they run country, if country it could be cllledhcw had I stepped over, when it flew whizzingpast in remote districts.11
lAke wander life beneath where the the day-beam's bough glance vegetable nature had ceased to exist. The{ lie spot I had just quitted, and catching '"TRANQUILITY, ,. b'q

May With golden fruit is bending orange low; neat, trim gardens, the verdant lawns and mo.in its eddy, spun me around like a natural state of existence, to \
And thero may bend a brighter sky I swelling uplands, the sweet-scented mea- top under the lash. it was laden with passengers dents were very partial. The l
O'er green and classic Italy- dows and waving corn fields were all swept and went with headlong fury ,be met with in several.uld) !
And 'pillar'd fane and ancient grave away; and fruit, and flowers, and herbage straight towards the river. Its fate seemed In despair I threw down the
Bear record of another time, appeared to be things uncared for and un inevitable1'-another instant and it would be rushed out of the hoi sa It ;
And over shaft and architraveThe : known. louses and factories, and turn immersed j in" time waves, when lo! it suddenly but a large theatre was open,
green towards luxuriant the ivy climb: pikes find railroads, were scattered all sunk into,time bosom of the earth,and plo were pouring in. I
rising sun
far
And The palm may shake its leaves on high, around, and along the latter, as if propel: in three seconds was ascending a perpendicular rest, and found that whatever
Where flowers are opening, one by one, led by some unseen, infernal power, mon- hill on the opposite bank of the ri taken place, money was still,
Like stars upon the twilight sky, strous machines flew with inconceivable ver. I was petrified, and gazed around were playing Hamlet by steam,
And breezes soft as sighs of love swiftness. People were crowding and jostling with an air of helpless bewilderment, whena better than any other purpose
Above the broad bananna stray, each other Iin all sides. I mingled gentleman, who was doubtless astonished had seen it applied. The, \
And' Orabim's sacred groveA with them, but they were not like those I at my astonishment, shouted in parsing, ly got along wonderfully well,
thousand bright-hued pinions still play- had formerly kr.own-thcy walked, talked, "What's the fellow staring at?" and another : ing faculties being arranged '
Yet unto thee, New-England and transacted business of all kinds with asked "if I had never seen a tunnel before rcl-organ principle greatly
Thy wandering sons shall stretch their
I' arms, astonishing! celerity Every thing was donein ?" they roared, and bellowed, ,
And thy rude chart of rock and hill a hurry; they ate, drank and slept in a Like Lear"my wits began to turn." I and swung their arms to and
Seem dearer than the land of palms! hurry; they danced, sung, and made love wished for some place where I might hide bly as many admired actors. ..
Thy massy oak and mountain pine in a hurry; they married, died, and were myself from all around, and turned instinct I ly in the grave scene,owing
More welcome than tie banyan's shade buried in a hurry, hnd resurrection-men had ively to the spot where the village ale-house cbanical misconstruction,H

And Seem every richer free than blue the stream golden of thine bed them out of their graves before they well used to stand. But where, aids was the and in doing so, entirely : !

Of oriental waves which glow knew they And sparkle with the weath below.MISCELLANEOUS.. done, was done upon the high-pressure often to part of Laertes,and so injured
principle. No person stopped to speak to "impart tho dramatis pers'onro> that they
-- .,-- another in the street but as they moved rapidly -
; An hour's importance to the poor man's after tho other like so many
on their way the men talked faster heart!" the house with 'heated vapour,
n' than women do now, and the women talk Gone! and in its place stood a huge fabric, escape, hut on reaching the
From the New York Mirror. ed twice as fast as ever Many were bald, labelled "Grand Union Railroad Hotel. there were ten limes worse,
"4 STEAM. and on asking the reason, IVQS given to But hero also' it was slearn, steam, nothingbut was the hour for stopping and
1'Jiai a dream, which was not all a dream: understand they had been great travellers, steam! The rooms were heated by several carriages, and'Up, hmgu
lYROS. and that the rapidity of modern conveyances steam, the beds were made and aired by scribe the state of the atmos

Modern Philosophy, anon, literally scalped those who journicd steam, and instead of a pretty, red lipped, was generating and evaporating
Will,at the rate sbe's rushing, much in them,sweeping whisker?,eye-brows rosy checked'chamfJCnnald, there was an -the bright sun was obscured
Yoke''lightning to her railroad-car, eye lashes-in fact every thing in any: way accursed machine-man, smoothing down looked par-boiled,and the
And.,potting like achpoting star, rnoveable from their faces. Animal) life appeared the pillows and bolsters with mathematical crman1a lobsters changed color
Swift as a solar radiation to be extinct carts and carriagescame : the victuals cooked stant the
Bide the grand circuit of creation ; precision; were by ; even steam
AKON' rattling down the highways horseless 'i steam, yea,even the meat roasted by steam! uncomfortably hot. I
is'a and<<1 driverless, wheelGai rows trundled along Instead of theclean-swept'hearth, breathc-Mhcre was a blowing,
who
iia\0 bilious friend
great
T
a ,
admirer and imitator of Lord Byron thatis without any visible agency.. Nature was 'With aspen-boughs, and flowers, and fennel hissing a fizzing, A whizzing
;
out of fashion,and the world seemed to get gay around-fires were blazing,
he affects misanthropy, masticates to- well wit-! out her.
bacco, has his shirts made without collars, along tolerably there was a patent>> steam-stove, and the bling, boilers bursting-when !
calls himself a miserable man, and writes At the'foot of the street my attentionwas place was altogether hotter than any decent denly awoke and found
with a glass of gin-and-walerbefiire attracted by a house they were build- man would ever expect lo have anything of profuse perspiration. 1
poetry
hum. his gin, though far from first late, ding of prodigious dimensions, being not to do with Books and papers lay to the window, and saw
is better than his: poetry; the latter, indeed, less than seventeen stories high. On the scattered on a table. I took up one of the and baker's carts, with hor'(
being worse thar. that of many authors of top of it several men were at work, when former; it was filled with strange new ting merrily along to market!
the present day, and scarcely even-for an dreadful to relate, the foot of one of them phrases, all more or less relating to steam, raptured. J put on my clothes
album; however, he docs not think BO,and slipped, and he was precipitated to the earth of which I knew nothing, but as far as 1 doing BO, made a vow to read
makes a great; quantity. At his lodgings, with a fearful crash. Judge of my horror could make out the English of the several uscript poems, and eschew
a.few evenings ago, among other morbid and indignation on observing the crowd items, they ran somewhat thus: for the time to come..

productions, ho read me one entitled pass unheedingly: by, scarcely deigning to Another tftoclfing eat/Utrophe.-As the :----
"Steam1 written in very blank verse, and cast a look on their fellow creature, who WII rranted.n rr.locornoliveernolrcwnsumng.fuel'providipgstcamcaniage TIlE (& '
evidently,, modelled after the noble pocft doubtless lay weltering in his blood, and Lightningwas
of the workmen went with their this proceeding at its usual WESTt
'>'DarknessM in which be takes a bird's eye the rest on morning KEY :
'iewof the world two or three centuries several avocations without a momenta three-quarter peed of one hundred andtwentyseven WEDNESDAY
of tho accident. On miles hour at the I AUG. ?
an ,
describes in general and pause'in consequence junction
hence, things -=0=. .', __ ..
comes to a !conclusion with, "Steam was approaching the spot, I heard several in passing of the Hannington and Slipsby railroad, it --.S-S. '
Tux \VntcKi. The
the universe!" Whether it was the fumes murmur the most incomprehensible unfortunately came in contact with the cargo :
'arising from this piece'of "written" vapor, observations. "Only a steam man," said steam-carriage Snail, going about one hundred I mencau SLip BhepbtnJ not ;
or whether I had unconsciously imbibed one. ""Won't coat much," said another. and five miles per hour. Of course I fed, part of it having beta

more Hollands tliaa my temperate habits Mllhl boiler overcharged, I suppose," crieda both vehicle with their passengers were Key ft is impossible to say

allow of I cannot say, t but, I certainly re third, "'tileVay in which all these sect* instantaneously reduced to an impalpable what amount of property may ,



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I 1iowe'er I 1 Slates,the Mayor and Board: of Aldermen the Privy of the house thf y,inhabit
ia what condition. Iti.supposed, once
that the of the will' be I I. James Egan of the Cay of Key West have every two weeks, and every person failing
greater part sugar
'" deemed it their duty to pass the following or rcfuaing to conplyvuh the provisions or
saved ia order. 1hts''Ordinancee
good shall be tined
ordinance: the
sum or
: Ftom the British 'Ship "Eliza Pltimer, about Sec. 1. Be it ordained by tho Mayorand Two Dollars.for: : each offence. i

p ,22 casks Madeira wine, f79 1hdt Ja- .AI Aldermen of tile City of Key West, Sec ?fBehtffurthcr ordained, That' it

Aaicft turn*,and 53 Hhdi of sugar, together .;: 'That from and after the passage of this!. or- shall be the duty of every house-keeper\ r
to
with the greater part of the'furniture, tackle f> ESPECTFUl ynforms 'his friends dirranceit shall he the duty of the Health keep the yards und enclosures?under their

,apparel &0. belonging to1 the Ship, have J-V and the public in'general, that lie has Indian Officer of tho Port to board each And every control and the pri\'s and other out-ltous.Cs .
Private House
been saved. and brought to Key West.- ,! opened Key a, and win Hoarding,pay,etery",attention-on 'in vessel arriving hero, as soon as may be, and in them,clean pind, to good order. also

From-- what wo can learn,it is the intention his power to render satisfaction to those with a view to occasion as little delay as it shall be tho, duly of the Cty Marshal, at

of both parties, should his honor Judge I who may favor him with their .'company. 'possible; to inspect such vessel and her least once every month, to titsit.the fcnclo- ''

Webb arrive here in time, to throw the His terms are moderate. crew-and should such vessel be in con. autos of all houses the City 6f Ke fc West: ,
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claim for salvage {into the .ourU! April 11, I83rl. 3: p dition to require it, or any of her crew la- and SCQ that the sam!: -j arc'clC3I1;lw the
bout under on infectious or contagious disease outhouses in,good order*
....... I anrl.irhenererbe)
A NotE-TI.e. subscriber, in retiring I CITY ORDINANCES. he shall quarantine such vessel,or as ,shall find any filth or -dirt'wMch may .
,
from Lis practice in this city, returns hisI I. many of her crew-end forsuch a time as he deem prejudicial; the health of the City, '

thanks to the inhabitants of Key West for ORDINANCE '13. may deem necessary.Sec. he shall notify the person or.persons bccu '
the liberal support and patronage which For the better Police'Regulationof the'Ci 2. Be it further ordained as aforesaid pying the jerrclosuresor having the control

they have extended to him, and for'which ty of Key West That no vessel arriving'hero,from and of the same, to remove the said filth-) immediately

tie will always cherish a grateful remembrance Sec. '1, Be it ordained by the Mayor and after the passage of this: ordinance,shall be and upon failure of the person! aforesaid -

to. Dr.Having A.II. transferred,ho takes his the establish liberty Board of Aldermen of'the City of Key permitted to approach the city until hoard to remove said filth, it shall be tho, .
mont Day West that from and after tlie 15th of anil the Health Officer
day ed
of recommending that gentleman to his inspected by ; duty of the.Marshal' have the same removed -
friends and the public generally, believing August inst. the"City'Bell shall be rung for ', and should any captain or commander of at the cost of the person liable to

tim in everyway worthy their confidence. frva'rninutescommencing at h lfl3st nine any vessel approach said city without per remove lop same\.and every person failing

B. B. STROBEL.M.D. o'clock,P. M. to warn home all persons of mission from said officer, should lie land or refusing\ to remove any dirt or fihh,when},

Key West, Sept. 1, 1832. colour; and should any person or persons ''any,person or permit any person to go on required by the City )MarslMi shall,in addition

'--, --.--- --- --- of colour" found in the streets al'ci'bell- board of such vessel 'without such :permission r to the cosls of removing the same,

1i MARINEINTELLIGENCE.' ring without written permission ;(if free, ) he shall be liable to a prosecution on .be subject to a fine of five dollars, and costs.
from the* hyor or an Alderman, aril) 'if a behalf of the said city for a sum not exceeding Sec. 3. Be h further ordained, That ( }

., slave from his or her master 'or mistress, three hun rod'dollars. when any privy which may be'erected upon

heshe they may be "fined, whipped or Sec. :3. Be -it 'further ordained That any Tot within tire limits of the City, and

PORT OF KEY WEST. put to labour on the public streets for a time should any person or persons, in Violation shall, from its situation, nr the manner in

.I ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. not exceeding three days, ut the discretionof of the true intent and meaning of this ordinance :. which. the sarrre is kept, lecttrfie generally

the Mayor or Mayor and'Board of Al approach near to, or go tin board offensive, ft shall be deemed a nuisance, '

Aug.: 24. Sloop Brilliant, Burrows, Reef, dermen. of any vessel.arriving at this port, or land anti the owner, or occupant of the lot, or
sugar &c. farther ordained afore from the same u til such inspection as aforesaid (
Reef do. Sec. 2. Be it as' the person having the Control thereof, ghalt
25.Schr.Sloop Thistle Martha, Bethel Jane!,Reef, Long, do., said, That it shall\ not be lawful for any has been made and permission given, remove the same to such place in the said

27. Schr. Fizarro, Hoxie, Beef,anchors coloured person, whether:free or slave, to he or they shall be liable to a prosecutionon premises, as the Mayor of the Corporationand
CLEARED. play the fiddle, heat a drum or make any behalf of said city for any sum nut ex two other members may deem most

Aug. 10. Sloop North Amcrica, Braman, other kind of noise after hell-rinng,'by which ceeding three hundred dollars,and he quarantined proper, and upon the refusal or failure of

'*cef. the.peace and quiet of the inhabitants maybe at the discretion of the said Health such |>risen to remove the same,it shall be

t Sloop Paragon, Woodward do. disturbed, without written: permissionfrom Officer and the Mayor of the city. lawful: for the City Marshal, to remove the

y Simonds, do. the Mayor or an Aldern'ian; any co See. 4. Be it further ordained, 'I'hat it same al the expense of the party refusing,

'18. flrigMatildaEllieon Woodward, Ilavana.F Havana.. loured person violating this ordinance may shall be the duty'of all pilots when they and the person so refusing shall be fined tin
,
F 20.So r.Sloop Wild Paragon Cat, Martin, Charleston. bo.fined, whipped or put to hard labour at speak Vessels bound to this port, or passing sum of Five Dollars. '

24 Spanish Scbn Ban Fernando, Baldez, the discretion of the Mayor or:/)IQJ'or.aml through any of the channels thereof, to ascertain Sec. 4. Be it farther ordained, 'J'luxtnny

Havana. Board of Aldermen. ;.. .. previous to their going ort board person: subject: to this Ordinance, and failing

r Spanish schooner Temeridad, Godoy, do Sec 3. Be it furtlierordained, Tkat-cve- such vessel, whether there ho any sickness to comply with the same, or refusing

25., Sloop Fair American, Raynal, Hav. ry citizen may apprehend-any person or perSon disease among the persons board; and to pay any costs or fines in consequence

-- of colour found at Urge, playing the further, to ascertain whether the Cholera or 1 thereof execution may he issued against

NEW pfVEfTISEMENTS.it fiddle, beating a drum or making any other other contagious disease .prevailed at the tfiern by Ine Mayor as incase of judgments
1 noise(jy which the peace and quiet of tho port from vhich said vessel last sailed or Passed 20 April, 1832.

MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.THE inhabitants may be disturbedafter bell-ring, touched at during her voyage; and should O. O'IIARAMaior;
it such be the should there he ,' '
And by taking said person or persons before case, or any ALEXANDER PAT TEHSON, Clerk. .
Packet the United sickness disease board the said vessel
Mart ,carrying the Mayor or an Alderman and obtainingan on ,
t Mail between Key West and the said shall aboard 'of such
pilot not
go ORDINANCE
either him her 2.
order from may commit ,
tit 'Charlestontrill, leave the former on the 15th vessel but shall her with his boat .
and the latter on the first of each month. or them to jail, and on the following morn- precede To regulate Streets, and remove obstructions
,' All letters and papers, to be conveyed, ing the said parties shall be brought before and show her the way to the quarantine from the same.' *

w must be deposited in this office by o'clock, the Mayor to receive sentence. ground.-And should such pilot board any Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the l\fa'ornnd

A. M. of the 15th. No letters or papers of I Sec. 4. Dc it further ordained, That such vessel, he shall forfeit his branch and Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council

any description can be.9ent by this packet, .. from and after the.16th.day of August inst. be quarantined at the discretion of the Mayor ascrnbled,and it is hereby ordained by

Wets* in the Mail. M. itshall not bo.lawful ,for any store or shop and Health Officer; and should any captain the authority aforesaid: That no house, ,
1{. S. WATKRHOUSE.P. or commander of such vessel refuse to
keeper to keep open his,her or their store or building or enclosure, shall remain or encroach -
.
r' Kay-Weet, Aug.28th,1832.g state,or conceal from such pilot the true
shop, or allow!! customers to remain within upon any Street,and every such obstruction
.A condition of said vessel and those hoard
on ,
short the same after bell-ring at night, nor after shall beseemed a nuisance.
B. 8TROBEL intending
B. whether he has sailed from touched
-or or -
DR. to leave Key West, requests all per- 10 o'clock A. M. on Sundays!!; and should nt such infected has been Sec. Q. Be it further ordained. That
or
any port,
'tons indebted to turn tomake payment on any person or persons, in violation of this boarded his from hoard when any Street or Square in the City: ,shall
during on
or before the lst of September next; those ordinance,keep open store or shop or allow passage he obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint
be is i indebted will their within the after of any vessel infected with any such con-
to whom present company to remain same the same shall be made to the Mayor and
: accounts Tor payment. the hours above specified, he, she or they tagious disease, he shall be liable to a prosecution
Aldermen, it shall be the duty of said board
behalf of said Tot
August 15,1832.DR. on city any sum
shall! be fined in a sum not exceeding twen-
to fit and
appoint[ proper persons to examine -
out exceeding three hundred dollars.
A. H DAY odors his professional ty dollars at the discretion of the Mayoror 5. Be it further ordained, That it""shall and report to them, if the said obstruction -
services'to the Citizens of Key West. Mayor and Board of Aldermen.Sec. be the of'aU communicatethe ought to be removed, end if the removal -
Office-first doorNorth of P. J. Fontaine 5. Be ,it further ordained, That it duty pilots to of the same is recommended, by said
existence of this ordinance the
&,CO'I. Store, occupied at present by. Dr. II shall not be lawful for any t person or persons or commanders of all vessels to which captains persons, the Mayor shall order the same to .
B. B.Strobel. to commit riotous disorderly or
,
any Ixj removed by the of
owner or occupant
West Ang.15,1832.Noticel'. within tho they may speak or go onboard of, 'bound
Key indecent act.at any time corpo- said building, and n of such order
to this port, or through of tiro channels copy
ration limits; any white person or persons any shall be by the City Marshal served upon
thereof in 'der.ultVher of and
; on
violating this ordinance, shall be fined in a
behalf of said shall be liable the owner or occupant ofsuch building.
city, they to a
sum not exceeding one hundred dollars;any
for three Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That If
prosecution any sum not exceeding :
peisons having claims against the coloured person or persons violating the hundred dollars the owner or occupier of the said building

ALL of 1Ucba.tabroity, deceased, same,shall be fined, whipped or put to hard Sec. G. Be it fh.rtlicr odainctl, That the shall fail or refuse to remove the same after .
are required to present them to the subscriber labour on the Streets; the infliction of these of and the service of notice as aforesaid,it shall l
be abreast the
to
authenticated, within the time penalties tp be at the discretion of the Mayor quarantine ground "
duly i westward of the be the duty! of the City Marshal, and he is
c prescribed by law' or they will be forever or Mayor and Board of Aldermen, Mangrove West tire upper hereby authorised to have the paid house
the estate are part of the I harbour of Key knownas
barred Tfcr/se indebted to Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That any or building, or any nuisance,removed from ,
make-immediate payment. Fleming's Key.
reqwsted" to person or persons found lying about the the Street or Square, and the expense of' ,
W. H. WALL, Adm'r. Sec. 7.-Bo, further ordained, Thai the
streets or drunk, or should such person or removing_ the same_ shall bs mid! bv the
We't.u8"183 boat of the Health Officer
-u -
shall be
y- I designated uo
be he she
'persons notoriously vagabond, or
by a yellow flag at the bow and that person owning or occupy ing such building,
shall be fined imprisoned or to
J{. NEWCOMB 'they put with and for the amount thereof, exeution may
HENRY such
hard labour the discretion of the Mayoror any person exhibiting flag: 'Ii viewto
t issue in of '
attend to any AGENCY or and Board et Aldermen.Sec. defeat ''the object of this ordinance, be as case judgments.
WILL Mayor
Passed 20 832.O. .
Business that may liable to behalf of said Aprit,
Be it further ordained That each a prosecution on :
7. ,
be intrusted him. Office and StoreRooms CHIARA, Mayor.
to
FIELDING and criminal sentenced to be whipped city for any Burn not txce< in Warehouse of every dollars. ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk.

A. DROWN ,,Esq. by a Magistrate or any other legally au- Sec.. 0. He it further ordained' That all -
thorised "halt) be punished at the
.West Nov 16 1831. 11 tfJP. person,
\ Key ,' ;
whipping post near the jail; and should any penalties incurred by violation of any of ORDINANCE -No. :\. -
L- the provisions of this ordinance, shall be '
P undertake to punish publicly To the of Swine
person or persons prevent running at large or
.
7. Greene said offenders at any other place with. prosecuted for'by the Mayor or Mayor pro. Goats within the Corporation limits of

1t in the corporation limits, said person or tern of this city,before any Court having Key We.t. .

t! to transact General Agency persons shall be fined in a sum not exceeding cognizance: of the Slime Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen -

: Contfnues Business.Goods fifty dollars for each offence at the discretion 9. Be it further ordained, That this or. of die City of Key West, in Council

: taken on Storage &c. of the Mayor or Mayor and, Board didance shall be in full force from and after assembled, and it is hereby ordained by
,
+ be to receive of Aldermen.Sec. the period of three days from the passage the authority of the same, That after the
Hewill
x and 0:execute r all orders always in his happy line-of Oustness. 8, Be it further ordained That ttny and publication of the same} and that all passing of this ordinance, all Swine found

person subject this ordinance, and 'failing ordinances, and parts of ordinances, here : running at large in 'any of the streets* or

to comply with the same.-nr refusing to tofore passed, conflicting with the provir,} within the corporation limits of Key West*

4 Key West, 28th March, 1831. pay any costs or fines inconsequence thereof ions hereof, be,and the same are hereby re I shall be taken into the possession of the Ci-

execution may be issued against them pealed. ty Marshal, and the owner or owners thereof

LIST OF. LETTERS' by the Mayor as incase of,judgement. Approved 21th July, 183!. shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corporation

Remaining tic Post Office at Key U-cit Approved 1st August, 1833. O. OUIARA, Mayor. the sum bf One Dollar, for each and

on the lit July, 1832: O. O'HAllA, Mayor. Alexander Patterson, CZZcrk.ORDINANCENo.: every hog, gow or swine, so found running
Alexander Patterson, Cltrtr.ORDINANCENO.. at large, belonging to him,her,or them,andon
Writ.$. Brown, Robert King, 1, their failing so to do on notification,the

Edward P. Dunce, Morgan.; Old, 12. To prevent Nuisances iq the City of hey Marshal is hereby directed to cause thesaid
Powers
C. Busbnall James hog, sow or swine to be sold at out-
John Eden, Horace E. Sawyer 2 Establishing Quarantine Regulations for West public
Wm. English, Samuel Saunderson, the Port of Key West:. Sec. 1. Beit ordained by the Mayor and cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting -

Richard Fitzpatrick.G William Smith, Whereas it has been considered highly important Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council the expenses incurred by him, and

., Robert Fitzpatrick, Wm. A. Sharpe, in all well regulated communities assembled, and it is hereby ordained by the above specified sum per head, he will

Henry +fJoddard John Sullivan, to prevent the introduction of infectious the authority of the same, That from and pay over to the owner or owners thereof.

Willouffhby Hoxie Hodges, Francis Hezekiab Watlington2(OdVPI. :, or contagious disease, and whereas after the passing of this: Ordinance, Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That alt .rI

Win.. K..' \ ,. R, Hackjey. the disease called tlie Indian Cholera it shall be the duty of all house-keep Goats caught running at large within flue

I U. 8. WATERIIOU8E, P. M. has niado its appearnnco In the United : m, to put at least one pock of Lime into I limits: of the City, without being hobbled
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eo as to prevent (their jumping, from and I: of the City of Key West,in Council as ;Sec. It Be it ordained l by the Mayor shall o. in full force atJ operation as rcganJfl" .+

after the second day of May, shall be shot sembled and it is therefore ordained by 'and Board of Aldermen of the City such slaves; and all such remedies as are

by the City Marshal, or any person author: ,._, ,the authority aforesaid, That all Vessels I of Key West, That any master: of a provided in said towards section aforesaid such slaves.shall and .,l

bed by Hint \ I of War shall be subject) to the followingrates I vessel wishing a Pilot into the Port of Key I may bo pursued
Sec. 9. Be it further odaincd, That a tax .
Passed 20 April, lB3.. of West shall if Branch Pilot be .
pilotage: spoken by a ; of one half of one per centum be, and tho '\Ii
O. o'IIA1iArrayor. Sec1. L All Vessels of War C9inpclltd to takb him and he is' k
..perfoot.drawing : hcrthy tame is hereby laid on all improved rail: estate .
ALCXANOEH PATTKRSOX.. Clerk. 5 and not more than 1'4 !required to discharge any other person who in said city; and one half of one per. ,.

fcet!, : i .. : '11.' 00 may have offered his services to pilot said centum on all unimproved real estate in .!t
/'ORDINANCE-NO. K Drawing 14 and not more that vessel into this harbour", without paying him said city-Provided, said unimproved real "

To Tax Pedlar and Transient Traders.: 18 feet, :: : : 2 25 for the same; and should tho master of estate shall-not be' "alnet) at more than .i

., ,/. Sec,'I. Be it ordained<< by the MayorandMtImdoof Drawing 18.and not 0\'cr21 feet, 260 said vessel refuse to do so, and persist in Twenty-five Dollars per acre; which said r.,
value, u well of improved at of unimproved ,
West in Cpun-
ofKey Over 21 feet, : ,: : 3 00 keeping the said unauthorised person on .,
'
: real l estate, shall' be estimated and assessed j

t tt19 aatWHy. aforesaid, That any person sets drawing 5 and hot over 12 of pilotage to the Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board. E

.combtq. within' the I limits r'the City of feet, shall pay : : $1 50 speaking hitn Sec. 10. lie it further ordained, That alt ex

'. .Key West, and hot 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 tho 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 hall, after giving twenty days notice to that

Sell or dispose of any goods, wares or merchandize All above 18 feet shall pay !2 50 Port of Key West, shall shew to the master effect to the owner, or owner, or agent! of

; except live stock and poultry, Sec. 3. Vessels! arriving or depart of the same his Branch, and shall also such estate said,be sued for by the said Marshal
before the or tern.
within the limits of the City aforesaid, shall, ing through theNortn West Passage spew a copy of the regulations relating to I by proper action Mayor, together with Mayor the pro costs for

before ho proceeds to vend or dispose of : and drawing 4 feet br up Pilott: serving such notice.

, tho same, pay to the Treasurer of the City, wards, except' !such Us are hereinafter Passed June 1C, t b:12.P. : 8cc. 11. Bo it further! ordained, That
Ten Dollar, and obtain from the Clerk of C. GREENE tfaybr P. fc '
mentioned, shall pdt 2 00 such assessors shall, fur their services in estimating
the"City, a License specifying the objectfor All vessels bound through tho North West Alexander Patterson, Clerk.ORDINANcr.r. and assessing as aforesaid, receive ,

which tho same is granted. Pass, and touching at Key West for .the the sum of Ten Dollars, out of any money
it further ordained That in the of said cit .-'not otherwise
Sec. 2. Be any of landing letters or o. 0. Treasury ,
purpose passengers; ,
person,coming into the limits of Key obtaining supplies: of provisions; wood or An ordinance to raise a revenue in ant! for appropriated. ,

West, who may be subject to this Ordinance water, shall depart without being subject to I the City of Key West. Sec. n. tie it further ordained, That

and .fail to comply with tho first the above ordinance, unless the Master of : Sec. 1. Be obtained by thb Major sand where any owner, ownersor real, agent of any
section thereof shall be fined Twenty Dollars Board of AWrrmcu bf thb City of Kby improved or unimproved estate, wbo
I the raid vessel shall request a Pilot to take sball on oath, before the Mayor and Aldermen
recovered.before the West, That from and after tho tint day bf
to Mayor. charge of such vessel ann take her out o\er say that hit estate has been too highly
June next it fehall and bb lawful for
'Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That a- the for which shall may be -
Bar; services he receive asft-ftood, it ihall the duty of said Mayor
any ami every pcHoo, being .(! or inhabitant
fly person who may have his goods, wares the usual rates of Pilotage. AH Pilots di> of Key West aforesaid, to keep and Aldermen, or a quorum of the Board,
ormercliandize sold disposed of by any tamed board to proceed forthwith to assess such\ estate
on of any vessel, by (he request open in said city any billiard roomer rooms,
person established and doing business as a of her commander, shall receive for to rctarl .iry'goolls' Jr groceries, or both, to winch assessment! ball be final. X
Commission 'Merchant in the City of Key Passed May 21 I 10:1'i.:
each and every day's services Three Dollars sell goods on commission, or when appoint1ed
IVest shall be from tho provisionsof the Governor of Florida auction O'HAIU., Mayor.
exempt per day, over and above his piloti:!g j. by by Alexander Patterson
Ibis Ordinance. Fishing Smacks and VesM.-lh iv mil:i the limits of said city, upon receiva ; Clerk.\
Wrecking "c'onUINANC&ro..JO. .
a license to such effect under tie hand
-Poseed 28 Aprii,1832.
shall not he subject to this ordinance i
.
.. O. &UARA and se'aJoof110 Clerk for the time being of
Attx.\inrl\ ? Clerk, ,Mayor. Sec. 4. Dc furtherorditined, That any said! city, who is hereby authorised and ft- Concerning Dogs. "

: \TTCnsON', vessel! having passed the Buoy on the Unr quired toSsfciictlic'! same under the conditions Sec Is Be it ordained by the Mayor and
of the North Westl'ussaw' before hating and provision!; Ircrcinafter set forth.
; Board of Aldermen of the of Wesf
ORDINANCE. 5. city Key
See. 2. He it futllitr ordained, That
been boarded by a Pilot, shall not be oh"lr- '
That from and after the of this
". For preventing the iotrod notion of Cholera proMons to the issuing of any such license passage act,
'4 into the.City of Key West. gcd to take the same; but in cash a Pile i us i, l.l.rrcu contemplated\ auij directed, tile the owner ofelrry dog or dogs,found within

Whereas, a certain disease known by tho goes on board by tlc| request of her Cap party: applying' forb"J" sonic; bajl pay or the precincts of said city> shall' IKI taxed

< ame of Iituitn Cholera,-at present prevailing tain, then he shall receive the usual pilot- 'a"e" to be paid unto the said Clerk for the for thu came and every one of the same, at

;- in, the Northern ports of Europe, ,,,-. !' the said'city, Uienvirntof umsfolloiV- the rate of one dollar for every) male and

:of tile,most fatal character, and as such age.Sec.. 5. Bo it further ordained, That :all iue' .;, to "itTen:: ', Dollars for every Billiard three dollars for every female-to be -applied
clisease'tnay be introduced info our own vessels bound into the Port of Key West, J' ( :!lik; fur (the retailing of dry gown or gro- to the use of said city of 1Ct'y.West.
r 1-h, Ten Dollars-.and if both, Fifteen I ,
,, ports, by'vessels trading with tlidt: quarter : and spoken by a Pilot-Boca Chica bear. I. 1 ill irs; t selling goods by auctiob, on the Sec. 2> Be it further ordained, That all

of tho Globe, ing North, or North-Westerly, slirfll pay full ;-' MTiount of sales one quarter of tho persons owning any dog or dogs, shall
Sec. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by pilotage the same rates AH" though she r"r ccntu-ni; and each end every commission, within the 6|>aro of three days after tlxs,

the Mayor and Aldermen 'of the City, of had been brought: in ovrr the main Slii li"'rcl pay
Key West, That all'vessels arriving from Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and nothn'ing Hra per annum. .
life said city of Key West the tax requiredby
Sec 3. Be it further ordained that. uny ,
where the said disease exists been spoken by a Pilot before ,
or place ; pan-
ports and billiard \\fo\ .1st section of this act, and take htf
shall he taken by tho Pilots of -tlPort sing the above named ]limit, and being :3 every person keeping open any
for
.or receipt the same and the Cleric of eaW
room, retailing any dry goods or groceries ;
without tlteiT going on board, to 'the Quafontine miles from the Light House on' Key West,
or selling any goods in said city, cither city is hereby required I'D grant a license to
Ground( northward and westward shall only be subject to pay half pilotage; by auction or as commission merchant,With any person applying fur the same, on hit!
*)f Fleming's Key there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing; tho out having tint obtained a license for s\ich being shown the receipt of (the Marshal! for

the direction of the Mayor of the City,and aforesaid limits, in that case she! shall bo purpose, shall beand lie is hereby'made liable tho tax; for which license the Clerk shall

Health Oillcerof the Pert exempted fiom paying any pilotage.'Sec. to forfeit and pay for every such act, and and receive the further
charge sum of
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That 'C. Be it further ordained, That all for every repetition of tbe same, the stun of cents and theCondiliom fifty this
: required
Fifty Dollars, to bo sued for and recovered by
while it shall besought necessaryby the vessels arriving through I the West.Pas, and Vith cost of suit before the Mayor'or Mayor act having. been complied'with, the person
said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels the Etrst end of the Dry Rock, to tho West-., pro tern. laid city-cue 1mlf to theme no complying shall be authorised to allow

shall: perform quarantine,no intercourse ward of Sand Key,bearing south-west, shall of the informer or inf'moers-the remaining his dgor dogs to run at large in the streets
.whatever: 'shall) beheld with thn'City orlslimd pay full jrilofage, bat if uot spoken until half to the me. of said city. for the space I of one year.

of Key West, bill by permission and passing the aforesaid limits, and being Sec. 4, Belt further ordained, That nothing / "
under the direction of the Mayor and three miles from Key West Light, only half I in this act contained shall be so constructed I Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That the

Health Officer, and all pp.rsonsTilo shall pilotage shall!! be recovered, but if spoken a'l' to license the keeping oped of Marshall of the city of Key West is rcquir F;

lento intercourse with such vessel or vessels,
without first oMaining-said\ permission shall exempted from paying'pilotage.Sec. Saturday the Sabbath.evenings, or at any time during large in the trl'cts-the owners of which

fc liable: to perform the same qtiarantinoas 7. Be it fiirther'ordaitied*, That all Sec 5. Be it further ordained, That all haw not complied with rim foregoing fo- .

may be imposed ITJHJII the vessels and car- Pio1s! who shall bring'a vessel into this Pon licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immediately visions of this act, anti he shaH receive tho

I ;(lCq. shall be entitled .to carry her outtinlesslhe take effect, and be in force for tile sum tof fifty; cents for each and every dog

Sec 3. Bo it'firrtherordaincl'I'hatthis commaitdcr-can phew good and sufh'cicn' I space of one year from tbe first of June so destroyed.Wcc.,. '

{ Qrdinnnce shaH remain in full force, until cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving ''I next; and that fQr every such license to issued {. lie it- further- ordained- That no

expressly repealed by thts Board."Passed at this Purl without a Pilot, shall t have: lib the said Clerk shall receive the sum person residing without the limits of tho e
of Two Dollars for his
28 April, !C32. crly to depart without a Pilot, unless tire !Sec) C. Be it further own ordained use. That (remand ,city of Key West, shall permit ins dog or

O. O'HAUA, Mayor. Captain should wish one. after the said first day of June next, all dogs to run &t large in die streets of said .

4Zcx.tsnru.PtTTJnso, Clcrb. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That I free ne 'roc'3 and mulattoes,of wbatever sex, city, ilhout fim complying with the ,rcouiai '
each and every Pilot wishing to obtain a :shall pay or cause to be paid unto the City lions'of this act; any 'dog or dogs'

', ORPIN: VNCE- \(). (G. I Branch: shall! make application to the Mayor : II Merit,1 al!, the !suiu of One Dollar per head found running at large 'may be destroy *

An. OnjinanQc.} to prevent the shooting: of and Aldermen, and before 'he obtain rer annum (grocery such free negro or mulatto after notice gycn ro the owner thereof, by
Fire-\rrill;, &'c. witl u'tLe limits of the I such) lie, the said-applicant, shall! undergoan i ) of the age of{fteenetan or over; and any officer of the Corporation or member
fur such or mulatto under fifteen
City of Key West. examination (before a competent Committee I every acgro thereof.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained! } the Mayor years of age'and'ovcr tcn yean, the
iy to be constituted by the Board: tu of cents Sec. 5. Be it further -ordained
Aldermen the !sum Fifty per 'amoolm-the wholeto That
of of
West
11.1(1'in Council assembled and City.it is Key examine such applicant,and if lie Lc found{ be received to the utfo of said tity-for Ordinance No. '0, passed May 6, 1632, bo
hereby ordained competent, it shall be the duty of lhc Clerkto which the said Marshal shall'give to all such and the same is hereby repealed,

by the authority aforesaid, That it grant a Branch to such applicant, and negroes aDd mulattoes a godd and sufficient Passed June 16, \032.
dial! not he lawful for any person within receipt, which shall operate as alicemo for
shall the
the said Branch be signed by Mayor P. C. GREENE Mayor P. T.
the limit? of the City, (which limits shall for which. the applicant shall pay to the out* year from tile first day of June next; Alexander Patterson Clerk.,
construed aDd default of such mulattoesor ,
far Elizabeth 10
us extending as PS negroes 01
Corporation, Five Dollars and one Dollar .........
street,) to fire off or discharge any fire I any one of them failing to comply with
to the Clerk. it shall Le'reqmred- or each 'OnnJNANCNo.
of I the provisions of tbe first clause of this sec* ii.
whatever discharge
cnns description or to -
any crackers nther fire works I and every Pilot before lIe receives-his or tiJ,'the Marshal of said city, after giving Sec. 1. Beit orJainedty the Mayor aod
any or I their Blanch, to give good security in the five days uotice thereof, shall attach the bodies Board of Aldermen xrf
the
and of Key
whatever, any person violating the : sum of One Thousand Dollars, for the faith of'such negroes or mulattoes, and advertise city
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined<< ful perforaurrce of leis or their duly as and sell) the said negroes or mulat- West, That the Marshalof the maid city
i&yo Dollars for each and ofFence shall Collect all sums of due to the
every Branch Pile' toes for such a p'eridd nod for sucb an amountas money
3ut1 l upon failure pay the same, shall belmprisoncd will pay and satisfyh taxes hereby imposed said city, whether for taxes or otherwise,
if
Sec. 9. Be it further tmlaincd That
not exceeding leti days. upon them together with the reason- within sixty days.oRe'r they shall!I have become
'Sec,:2. Be it further ordained; That' if any Pilot shall bring! in or tarry out 'of attic costs of such attachment; and.for so due, and shall pay over to the Treasurer
this Port anJSCI or vessels, for a less doing, be shall in such case receiveover
every .of the the
any free or mulatto shall fire off or city amount BO received by
negro sum than he is 'lawfully entitled to, to the and Ibm for his own .services, from him before the
discharge any fire arms, or discharge, any prejudice of any other Pilot, lie or they, on such free negro or muhtto, tbe turn of Two expiration of one month .
crack; frr any other fire-works whatever, conviction thereof, shall forf.it and pay to Dollars,-to be taxed in his bill of co ts. after th6 receipt of the same, taking the receipt

contrary to this ordinance, he or they so ofI I die Corporal ion Twenty Dollars over and Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That ere I. of tho 'J rcasuTcr for the amount so
,
ien fin for tuo lint such free 'paid over, which shall bo
< ., ofleneo shall be finedIl'ive aliovo what the shall amount to ry negro or mulatto advertised receipt requiredof
Dollars- and upon failure or refusal to pilotage ofthis and sold, shall, for the time being( ; be considered him as a voucher on the settlement of
and in relation
all
the he controversy to any part the property of the p rebuer. Us accounls.
:pa v tame, orihey shall receive tw'eniy -
Ordinance, _shall be decided by .the Sec. 8. Be it farther ordained. That the
J lashes; and for the second ofience! tIe S c" 2. De it further ordained, That tho
Mayor, subject, however, 10 an appeal to owner, or owQen.or. agent Of every blare
or they haJJ receive 'tliirty-nme laslien and Marshal of the said city shall be the
tho Board of Aldermen. haft, oo or before the said first day of Jnoenext person
he same for each oflerro thereafter.Sec. Sec.' 10. Be it further ordained, That pay to the said Marshal forevery such authorised to give receipts to any person or

3. Be! it further ordained, That' any I any pet son subject to this Ordinance and stave over the age of fifteen year and under persons, who may be indebted to the said

wren giving: formation of a violation of failing to comply with tho'same, or refusing fifty twenty-fire Cents-to be applied to city in any sum of money whether for tax-
this ordinance., $n\\\\ l he entitled to one half fines and fur the use of said city-for the (4, fines, or in any other.manner; and inch
to costs or in
flu iconics collected of the person oflen- pay any consccl'.cni'eIhereof I slid Marshal l is hereby required and directed receipts of the Marshal shall be tho only
execution be issued
may against I to gfre a sufficient which said
receipt, receipt of
thptr evidence
; them by the Mayor, as in case ofa judg sball oper.to as a license for the period payment required of any per
*8rii indebted
Pasted April, 1832. son u aforesaid.
ment. of one year from the first of June next,
O. .(THARA, .Mayor. Passed 30th April, 1832. for tbe keeping of such slave or stares; and Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, "I it ,

Vlciander Patterson"! ,Clerk.ORIJIANCENo.. O. (HARA;, Mayor. in cue the said owner,or owners, or agentsof the Marshal shall receive five per coutom .

AlEXANDKHSUPPhEMBNTAUY l\TtEaoy, Clerk. such slave or slaves shall refuse or net on the amount of all sums fa collected bt
7. heel to comply with the provisions of this him. U
section, the said Marshall shall proceed in
t, I'o regulate the Pilotage for tie Port of tq an Ordinance re- the manner directed io the foregoing section Passed June 10, 1B3f.

Key West.Be mutating PilcUge for the Port ofKeyWest. ; and all the provision* of said foregp P. C, GREENE, Mayor *
it onlamcj by the Mayor; and Aldermen fog section are hereby declared and they Alexander PattersoO Crk



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I TIlE CITY 1' GAZETTE subscriptions and remit the
| money nt the
PROSPECTUS less formidable than the certainty of being I ,
or THE trampled by those'with whom we have confederated AND COSIMEKCIAL DAILY ADYEBTUKK. risk of tho! Publishers, at the time of or

STATE RIGHTS AND FREE TRADE at home. Hence is is vitally im A Journal of Commerce Science, Literal'. dering 1 the paper. It is expected that they

EVENING POST. portant that the power should be sustained ture and the Arts. \,Svill.retam! in their! hands 10 per cent o'f

establishment in Charlestonof which alone can compel.trictconstnlcl1on I BV SIMMS &- DURYKA the amoubt, eceited, as a remuneration for

TilE nal devoted to the an of the Charter. That power resides with THE CITY GAZETTE is one of the their trouble. "
Newspaper, each- State It is the State in the U. Slates. s
Sovereignty. Journals
oldest Editors of
support of their principles; has been deem existing p:y papers with whom we ex.
of to arrest with few
Right interposition
sovereign
ed expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and I Under many proprietorsits course change, are requested to give the above an
the of Federal The ex been Americanand
usurpation
FREE TRADE P4RTY. In agents. exceptions, have always insertion and the favorvill'bo
pursuanceof istence of this the conservative from rcciproca.
I right as popular. Of late years, neglectmore
this determination TUB EVENING ,
ted.
principle of our Constitution is no new doc- than other cause,its influence and \
POST will be commenced Eve- any
as a Daily trine ; it is coeval) with our Federal polity, had visibly declined. Within the Jan. 1st, 1832. ._ :
nag Journal,so soon as the requisite office patronage .
and was asserted by its :founders and contemporary last however, the present proprietors, jf -
!
be year
arrangements can completed. is The following J article
expositors. This principle of originally
policy apjvaredin
having. entered upon a course
The political tenets to which the Eve.
Post will he devoted familiarto the characteristic feature proudly distin more consent with the politics of the this paper: We republish it ona<-ciunt I
ring are so
this community have been so long the guishing ours from other Republics not Federal South, and having made numerous additions of having lately seen a c\pyof it in a.nos..
in their elements. In the latter a of their
,
to the mechanical improvements ton with and
prominent subject of discussion by the paper, many errors inaccuracies -
l ; press-:-and hare been so often and triumphantly Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of with public establishment by fitting it out in a new and in the latitude longitude, and beating .'

vindicated the first minds in opinion, is construed by and varies handsome type, and on a larger sheet and of of the
by our while in some Light Houses. It i is 'Ct.
the changing will of a majority ; than heretofore
of
State:; and in the Federal councils, that it it better description paper ; dent if this erroneous statement be follojjr-.'
our Republic a guardian power preserves lay claim to, and have been favored with a '
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more cd it will mislead the : -
as a permanent rule of action. large proportional increase of patron- materially 'Iaji'f

cd than in the lieu following of a more exposition detailed political, rhicb isofier-creed. The formal recognition of such a righton age, including new subscriptions and general and so far from being a guide to warrnpni'

Free Trade will be advocated as the die the face of the Charter Would have been advertising. Within the last year, their from danger, will subject him to the 'very

superfluous, in as much as it resulted neces- list of patrons has been swollen by an ac difficulties against which our publicationwas
tate of an enlightened policy-MI a privi.
from the formation of a between *, Citizens -
compact Hundred
sarily than Three
cession
more intended
which to guard. We advise Edi-
lego of the people, impartial justice
,
having no
independent sovereigns
with little
requires from the rulers of every country- to which new names are tors to publish the following, which be
As of may
feature
common umpire. a our political almost daily added. The pro-
exception,
ADd a right which,in ours, is guaranteedby relied
as as accurate
on :
it is of not
course a political, a
system, order the better merit that encouragement
prietors.in;
The framers of that
Constitution.
1 the "
I "For the information of Mariners
right. Formed for the protec- their
instrument withheld from tho revolutionary of which, it is equally gene
venerated the to tion of a minority from the usurpations of pride and'pleasure, to acknowledge so much rally, we have procured from the Collector
Federal protect manu-
factures agents by restrictive power duties; it has been the Federal authorities themselves, and has been received, from their friends and of the Port the following schedule of the

of the revenue from the usurpation of a majority exercised fellow citizens-have established in'connection situation of the Light Houses along the
perversion
usurped! by a
through the subserviency of those authorities with their office of business, a spaciousReading' I
( and its exerciso, involving sectional Florida shore, under his superintendence
power the Constitution itself needed a protection.
Room, in which, the chief Public
sectional Florida
oppression for aggrandisement, Cape Light.-Sationary. Si-
Reliance for that protection surely wa' not Journals find their and are carefully'filed
has,necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation placed in cither! << of the parties against; whomit from all the States way in our Union. tuated da the south point of Key Biscayne,

which endangers! permanencyof that the injured was provided as a shield. TIle Supreme: This room is free with all its facilities without about 400 yards from the beach. TheLight
'It
the Union. is impossible Court of the Federal was be considered 70 feet above the
tolerate islatioasoman- being one agents charge, to all patron of the Gazette.A may
parties can its not, therefore, entrustedViti! its political regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform level of the sea, distant from the Gulf
unjust and unequal in operation.
ifestly Without first proving which is impossible guardianship. Nor could he engine'of the and upon a fine 'paper suitableor Stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing

that the benefits the protection are equally majority-(.lie ballot box-have been con- correspondence, carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within !2 1-2 milesof

apportioned to all the States-it is a gross sidered as the safeguard.influence The sectional the with the most correct estimate of the true the Light. Lat. 26 47 ,N.-Lori'.
minority can exert no on representation -
and
condition of the markets, the
put
contend thai the burdens of upon
W.Light
absurdity to sectional Tho 00 42 .
: of a majority.
terms to all that
most come
'
the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, advantageous Florida is situated; Ca-
representatives butsecures Ship on
responsibility under this class,is also issued from the office
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as is their fidelity to their respective constituents of the proprietors. Their leading Room, ryford's Reef, near the site of the old ore,

its defendcis vainly argue and, its it becomes operation and the representatives of a minoritycan where the earliest information may be Lad, in Lat. .25 1}& N.-Long. CO 27 W. !t
glaringly unequal, no
yet free people to submit to its unauthorised effect nothing against the antagonist is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city is easily 'distinguished, as two distinct

exactions. Much less is it to be tolerated, interest which the representatives of a ma- And masters of vessels trading to this Limits are shown, which can generally bo
their constituents
be compelled by -
when it is evident that we arc not only arbitrarily jority to may enforce in utter disregard of the port. To these improvements, they make seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object -
facilities the
additions to
taxed as consumers, but that the Charter. The principle.therefore is desolating daily affording j is to_war n vessels from the dangerous
of leisure and business alike hitherto
inevitable result of the protective system is -that the Constitution is at the discretion unknownSIMMS man & DU HYEA. 'rocks and Shoals} near which it is placed.

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin of a majority, and mint be quietly No 3 Broad street, Charleston. Key iVraf Light,stands on the S. West
inte
i the prostration of our agricultural surrendered to their wisdom and juslice.- (0 7* Subscriptions received at this office ,Point of the Island of Key West ; is in

rest.There Besides except in the Parliamentary trans- Lat. 21 25 N.-Long. 32 01 W. erected -
in the to ;
objection
is solidity
no the 1101150S o'f WEEKLY .iORMNG COURIER
actions of two Congress-our THE
nut resistance, that others are blindly submitting frame of government no where recognizes AND N. YORK ENQIRER. for the purpose of guiding vessels when

to the evils, which are overwhel the consolidating that the will of a majority entering the haihour; the directions for

which are as follows: Bring: the Light to
shall The President be
ourselves.'i'bis govern. may the 28th Jan. iust. the
On Saturday
elected by a minority of the people ; a majority bear N.N.W. and 'the Sand Key Light to
r we arc,.awake to the dangers and degradation of Senators representing States, the Proprietors of the Morning Courier &. N. bear W.S.W. find you cross the Reef iu

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

l no effort untried until we shall have repelled rity 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 EveningPost all that du-
unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper, to contain appears
N.W. utttil FIC<'lI1ing's '
exhort resistance of Kej
willtherefore to you open) -
in the other House and
of the people ring the week in their daily paper. It will
*tio.Tariff, as the most prominent enormity bare in the other which is a :Mangrove Island in the Northern
vice versa, a majority
of that "American System,"which has been House reject a measure passed by the be published on fine paper, with new type; part of the harbor, and then run for it

built up on the ruins of the Free System unanimous may voice or,'tbe Representatives of and to place it within the reach ot'all classes The best anchorage is in the upper part of

bequeathed us by our f fathers, and which, if the State in the Senate'The President of thc community, it will be afforded the harbour. Height of the Light IIousofrom
established the settled policy of the country to subscribers at the reduced price of three
as his veto the
individual on
put the
single may level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches'
must in the end, either.sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges Dollars, per annum, payable always in ad- Light stationary.

of Union,or melt down consolidate the of the Court, holding office vance.
.
Supreme
State Sorcieigntiea into one limitless! irresponsible Sand Key Light.-Revolving once iii.
not by election but by appointment, may In consequence of the other Daily Papers -
seconds. It the the
The Post 54 best
despotism. Evening of is Light on
set aside the concurrent enactments in New York determining not to board
will Internal Improvement as un coast -S.W. by S. 8 1-2 miles from
oppose House, Senate, and President. The power vessels and receive their ; Key
news on Sunday
,
constitutional as an engine: of favoritism, to. protect the Constitution could not West Lighsituated directly on the Reef.
of sectional robbery, as crea- the Publishers of tho Courier & Enqulicrliave '['
as source have been rationally intrusted to the very ho Light 70 feet above the sea.
ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant majority from which the danger violation lately invested: Thirteen Thousand doll Tortugas t-StationarJ'-on ono

taxation-it will oppose the rechartering was apprehended. It would have been indeed lars in a separate news establishment, consisting -
of the Dry Tortugas Islands near the western
nf the United States' Dank, as manifestly of Schooner of tons ,
committing the keys of the'house! to one ninety ,
extremity of the Reef in La't. 24 31 N.
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence
those distrust of whom the
the safekeeping of one of sty tons, and necessary row
of a dangero'power' : ; and it will 'he Long. 83 10 W.
suggested the propriety,of locks pow- boats. This establishment is supported at
oppose the projected disposition of the Sur- er was wisely left with, the several State
annual of Nine Thousand dol-
plus Revenue; as a,, scheme of barefaced and an expense
thus not there
Sovereignties- only was
lars and vessels from Europe are boarded West
Key.
wholesale bribery, which f adopted will provided a' deSuite rule of action for the .

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

with that of our government., inoperative that is to nullify,their unautho country with great dispatch, long before SEGAR MANUFACTORY

A zealous and judicious attachment to the rised and irregular action they reach the harbour. ,

Union prescribes the present as the proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist I In its politics! the Courier & Enquirer isis WTT TfrTALL takes this op

crisis for inaVuft determined and uncompromising in relation to these principles, the Evening purely Democratic-adhering to the principles T portuuity of informing -

staid for the Constitution,before Post is pledged to the State Rights and of the the Public, that lie has established ..
Republican Party
the jarring .interests of different sectionsare and Free Trade Party and as the support usages A 9COAR MANUFACTORY at Key West.-
and the re-election of General
organised against each other in irreconcilable of measures, to be efficient, ,must includethe advocating He imports for this purpose, the very lest
conflict-before, blinded by their support of men. its humble aid will be Jackson to the Presidency. Its columnsare Tobacco from Havana. _
J the consolidation States alike devoted to and Domestic
gains, Foreign
unrighteous contributed to extend the
a zealously person Segars of the best and of
quality, every
ball regard as undoubted right their undue advancement Intelligence Morals Literature and the
; at inMencc and promote the political ; ;
description be had establishment,
4 dvantajcs-i-beforo.s they shall restive, .to of those statesmen who devote Fine Arts. In moral, however it does may
maintain'at all hazards the tyrannous principle O O AH orders in the above line wit!
themselves to the good cause which is idon not act upon the creed t>f Fanatics or Bigots I
that "public opinion or the will of a tified with the value of the Union, and the but on the contrary, inculcates those meet the earliest attention.
,
majority,isa powerabore the Constitution; liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its of and May 23, 1832. 30 t1.
and before the victim sovereignties in minority warm co-operation with these will be embarrASsed principles morality religion only,
(unleu the which are formed upon peace and good
goaded bQyoo.d'endura.nce
to
> by a personal pledge no candidate Turtle Shell.
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall for the Presidency, or any other will to all mankind-the fruit of which is Loggerhead

rise in desperation and,abolish a frame of office.Igmaintalning. tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE subscribers will give a fair pried

governmenttoomachshattered tobe recce its ground amid the COD persecution fur opinion's sake." 500 Ibs. of the above article.

nised a\ that for which they originally stipulated diets of party, it will be the aim of the Eve- Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER k CO.

;. and which inveterate sectional ha ning Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier & Enquirer are published Daily, ,-
trod shall then render it impossible ever, Press, by courtesy and moderation,under U. S. QUARTER MASTER'S
and more than Three Thousand Semiweekly -
again re-compose and ro-cdify. The South the belief that the ends of
legitimate news. OFFICE
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion are best subserved by firm ; and in the City of New-York its Browre'i

will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; paper ness_ without violence and zeal without in.temperance. circuibihn is known to Lie more than an NORTHEAST torn rorr.

and It cannot be denied that by the Constitution With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than any other up siairs.

even if stnctly observed, the slaveholding I acts of opponents, it will exercise the rightof paper. These facts are referred to, as affording Key West, Feb. 8, 1632. 23 tf- I

States are placed at decided disad i dealing freely--but it is hoped that nopart the only commentary the Proprietors I NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.
for the
Once leagued resumption
vantage. of its career will\ ever justify the suspicion with otTer the
can propriety on. qualityof : the of Cottrell COJVSI
of rights they will submit ao longer to a case Joseph
of its option of the infamous IN
partial
even *
tbe matter which will be found in their bales of picked at sea and
of indirect taxation calculated to cotton up
I
system } ,that all is fair in politics-
blind the people to the extent and inequality The domestic maxim concerns of ournative State contemplated weekly publication.It I libelled for salvage in the Superior Court:

of their burdens-and they will demandfor will be carefully watched and the policy 13: intended to publish 17,600 copiesof fur the Southern Judicial District Florida *

tbeirlaboringclass a representation fully advocated which shall appear best calcula the first number of the paper, which the Court has decreed, that after paying

equal to _that of the laboring classes the ted for her prosperity, safe, and economical will be distributed in different parts of the the costs and expenses of said prosecution of-
other States., The 'required concessionswill ,one half of tbe residue of the value
refined' those by whom governmentWhile country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster s&id cotton (agreeable to the appraisement)
be certainly by.
Post be
the Evening will devoted
in the United States
in order that
estimated be to the said Cottrell Ac Co for their
but bargain paid
the Union is.regarded as a
the of tbe faith
set
to promulgation political
a specimen of the publication be ex the and that! the remain';
may same}
a calculation' of pecuniary profit salvage on
\ by forth in this it will not be
prospectus neglectful
be der be held under the bond of stipulation
and loss, and the Federal bond will} sun of the practical details of Commerceand
ft rcd-and forever, The advocacy of State Trade, two branches of industry which TERMS. subject to the claim of the rightful owners

Rights is, therefore, the only faithful advocacy must be most beneficially affected by the Daily Paper--$10 per an.** Payable thereof provided said claim be interposedwithin that

of Union. success of its doctr nel. Great exertions Sem. Weekly Paper-4 per an. } in the time prescribed by law; and
firm conviction of this important notice of the same be given by an advertisement
With a will be made to perfect the departments WJEKIV PAFEU-3 per an.j adtance.
truth, the Evening Post will contend forM connected with commercial intelligence, to be published in the Key West .
OCr Any who obtain eight Gazette month for nine months.
' Liberty-the Constitution-Union. For and our merchants aqd tradesmen shall find person may once a
>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 baring claim to

J for the Constitution.which secures it the warmest gratitude for all their favors. the amount, shall be furnished with a copy said Cottonpr interested therein are hereby -

from domestic usurpation ; and for the Uni- gratis;and to companies? of ten subscribers, notified and required to present the strne

on which strengthens it against! foreign; agrreMiou. TERMS: who associate and remit twenty-five dollars, I within the time prescribed in said decree

Without a rigid observance of Daily paper $10 per annum. Country it will be sent for 50 each or they will be barred. ""
the Union must become a Uni paper, three times a week, $5. $2 j per annum. A. H. DAY, Clerk

L tbe without compact Liberty,and the uncertain daniof Advertisements inserted at the usual rates.CfcarleitcD Post Masters,who have no objections to Sup. Court South. DUt. of Florida.

co C. Get 3 1831. act as our Agent*,ire requested to receive S3 Pit
t of subjugation (rpm abroad is infinitely (8. ) I May 13, 163'1.


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