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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: September 5, 1832
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,,Tth f tad!Zt'tT:. : .* I----- so unwon'fd a departure from our usual the fashion/formerly, for men1 of rank' 'to pencd'to fall upon them. Poor ,Celia!
;11I".,.;.f ;k 1!':" EDITED BV counfo.of wisdom and,dixrctiun; the'cap .' possess a buffoon, or a dwarf' and in days cah she complain if in every society of rational .
/: r n.' B. S'1'R OBEL, and bells did not disfigure us as it docs the of yore a privileged jester was tFe constant: beings,sho' is considered a simpleton,
t: And: piiblisffea on every Wednesday by. rest of the world; but still we wore it,and attendant of the banquet. This was,'perhaps a made ideot, 'though'riot a born one?
, TIKMIA8 N. JEFFREYS. accomplished in our, own persons the wec- a wholesome, custom;' a hearty laugh There are,indeed, few causes in operation -
I ;*i .*"* ping sentence of the proverb; and if ice may have assisted digestion better than apolitical which produce more numerous:! contradictions
-TERMS-S. per annum-payable inadyance. and Solomon serve'to exemplify its truth, discussion; and a sudden freak, to the assertion that"none is a fool
who can hope to escape? or absurd joke, have diverted the minds of always," than a devotion'to the mandatesof
,,: Advertisements inserted at one dollarperquare I There is, indeed, a class of persons, the the statesmen of ancitnt: times, and given that fickle and ,unreasonable thing called
,: for the first insertion, and fifty I businessof( whose lives appears to bo to a new and useful turn to the current of Fashion; for as its influence extends
.;:;- orderstopped. shine forth to the world as an example of their thoughts. It is astonishing how a over every circumstance and every minute
,'u"lt.1 4, ?f ; pure, unadulterated wisdom. TIle web of few minute's sleep will refresh the body, of our fives,its worshippers are incessantly
," 'I'.,.., their minds is no "mingled yarn;" and a few minute's laughter the mind; and occupied in' the service of their divinity,
POETRY.THE "la arioso trills and-graces the company of a merry fool (for a dull and exposed to the bewildering! effects of
They. never stray, one is insupportable! ) might be of more the fumes from her tripod; they listen un-
EAGLE AND';/THE WORM. But gravisdimo, solemn basses service than tonics or stimulants. M. do wcaricdly for her wild and fantastical decrees -

A FABLE-FROM THE GERMAN Or HERDEn:. They bum away." Talleyrand, when asked how he could attach ,and regulate their conduct by them
soared These respectable personages cannot himself such a simpleton as his wife, from the time they lay aside their nightcaps
The giant; Eagle of the on high, read a novel or sit though a pantomime; replied, "It is a rest to me," and since a in the morning; t6 the moment when
Into t he regions the clouds sky in; glorious state they fiown at a pun, and talk nothing but court-fool is out of fashion, it would be \ ISO they resume them at night.. Fortunate for
Vash'd through mountain sate sense; a game at chess is their lightest relaxation i in ministers to marry women fit to supply i. 'us, that she has not yet much,interfered with
And on the highest ,and dinatic poetry the only kind his place. 'How refreshing after the tho solitude of our bed rooms; that she docs
, (,Amlsaid: : "Here then I stand I at all worthy of their notice. If they play labors of the dajy; when the mind is exhausted nut insist Upon our sleeping iri cocked hats,
I with children, it is at some dull, historical by constant tension, to find complete or fictile one sole shape and position in
shall
head of my kingdom untrodden-Uho land( ? fly game; ; if they converse with young ladies, relaxation', the society of a pretty, which it shall be gentlemanlike to seek repose
To this sublime, it is upon early rising, or Fordycc's Sermons vacant, silly wojiian, who has neither power This severe and inexorable mistress
Who can approach me1'"I ; they abound in common-place quo to cornmunitato a ficsh idea, nor wish to admits, however, of no interruption in her
; tations and ft'itc moral sayings; and their receive one! Sho' would, it is true,be a sad service during! the day. which begins and '
maid a small mice; he looked around, I society is altogether wonderfully instructiveand incumbrauce when her !husband was out of ends just when she pleases; sIlo regulated:
Anil saw an earth-worm on the ground. : powerfully narcotic. "They fish with office, but this fecollection would only induce not only bur serious but our trivial concerns;
"1v( rivals?-So!- a melancholy babut| the reputation for him to serve his country with greater and is nbt lesS despotic as tu the dimcn
From whence art thou?" the Eagle squalled" ; i wisdom for which they angle, is, alas! but zeal. sions of a bow tm a bonnet, or a seal to a
"I?-"fiom below! seldom obtained.There may be a few a- 'l'hcAicnd, or"buon compagno, os housed watch, than as to'the mode in which we are
And how then Acre? -" "I crawled"a mong whom they ar\talked of as "very superior toball him, with whom Muratori spent to bestow our charity, or the 'plate where
# # w ,sensible men but these are usually his cvdjuvg:*, was a half-witted fellow, in wo are to worship the Deity. Our virtues
rYe Ministers and Generals, I simple timid person without sufficient whoso ebcjety ho found thorough repose to ebb and flow at her command; she annually -
Ye Chancellors and Cardinals, discernment to distinguish the counterfeit his rnenU po 'ors.tYitl, him the authororcditoF determines what wb are to call modesty;
Lawyers and Laureates all fioin the true coin, or sufficient courage to of a hundred, folio volumes, tho air maidens are ready to show their legs
That occupy those seats so high, give things their right nhnwis; and even this welL frfm whose inexhaustible contents, and shoulders whenever she pleases! or tom
Come now and tell us-did you fly, I scanty number of,admirer carefully shun Gibbons, &smoldiand many modern hisio ;llc themselves like an old lady of former -
Or did you crawl I their society, like the Iris peasant, who, I rians have'drawn their best materials, was days, and sweep tho streets With their
Tis really odd how oft one traces : while ho calls the fairies *good people," I 1ccustoir to pass his hours in visiting the garments. Our furniture, our food, our
Your crawlers to the loftiest places. I does all in his power to avottf a meeting polichincafi and various shows of an Italian domestic arrangements, are all under her
with those of whom he spcate so respect city; aid in discussing: their'respective control!: when we travel she ,johlts the
the "thou
"Thou rascal!!t" roared Eagle-
fully. \ merits. Any conversation superior to that I way; when we are ill she scuds our doctor
brow!
Daring to crawl up to the mountain's It is only sarcastically that tlty ore told of his "llUtn cum}gno" left him unfittedfor prescribes our medicines; and generally
Bird!1"
} "I pardon Royal
crave your by Burns, the Inlx.f and application' of the ensuing names our disease; tho,education bf our
(But 'twas an unadvised reply; ? "Ye are sac grave, nae doubt you\e wise;" day. To V* sometimes a fool appears, children is entirely under: her management,
For truth to great ones )
who-speaks
I therefore 'wisdom and has and it is she who decides 'how much they
as
"Sire! I've heard and as Rochcfoucault has pronoun d that part ( I
rris sometimes more secure to crawl "gravity is a mystery of the body jWntcd been beforeobf rvcd, the latter clause of ., shall know,and what, it is for \vhrcli! iiiey
Than I to conceal the defects of the nnndA and our proverb Admits of easy proof; but whenwe have a taste. Devotion and benevolence,
jty. Sir John Malcolm has decided that: "h who look out upon the world around us, and learning and patriotism, arc merits or demerits
The thu nderer frown\U"Thou! reptile,thou! s'ahva.rsVise is a fool," it appears hat behold the vinous methods in which "the ,as it pleases her; literature bows tt
Wouldst give tJiy lessons to a prince liko the gentlemen in question, instead of JJG brain of tbi foolish, compounded clay, her feet; and Milton and Pope grow dustyon
v me?" ing allowed to produce themselves as\x- :nn,"" con(fives to stupify itself,-when wo our shelves, when SIlO tells us to admire
And moved to crush him- amplcs of perfect wisdom,are in some d see the |crscvcring labor bestowed by many nothing but Annuals. I
I' "IIt.av'n'rorbid it,no!' of being cited nf specimens of ab on'the"robuf absurdity which it is their _,Certain; is that, at some'distant period,,
Forbid it, heav'n! I've no such vanity! lute folly. It was of one of these sol pleasure and pride to enact, we must pause I Fashion must haVe had a quarrel,with: Ndh
Butlthouh4.-an! Eagle poars oVrall; simpletons, whom the profound divine an a little before ve can agree that "none is a i ture,and, in imitation of her betters, (a 'vo*
And a poor Worm- what can he do?-but philosopher, Dr. Clarke, spoke, when 'h fool always" 1 However< the case may have ry characteristic failing) resolved to beat
crawl! suddenly stopped a game of romps,and ex stood in those ancient times from which malice as virulently the sister and wife
The Eagle mounted through the skies, claimed,"Boys, we must be grave-a foolis most of ourprotarbs and fables have depended of Jove herself. The old grudge, therefore
And left the Worm to moralize. coming!" "Nothing, indeed,can be more to u?, Uie 19th century can surely "manet alta meats repostum"and induces
And thus he jested with t.imselr-a1Qne: unacceptable to a merry party than the intrusion urnish numerous instances of genuine, her to take every opportunity tof spiting
'Tis just as expected! pomp and prido of such a person at one of those nsistent, undeviating folly and tlfough and insulting her fairer rival. When
Have no abiding temple He is gone- moments when the spirits of a few light- wise may be occasionally simple, ,tho't the fracas took place it impossible to do
lion still be terrified the cide: we know it must have occurred be
But I abide!" hearted companions have spread their ready majestic nay at +
And then he laughed almost to.split his side. contagion around, and gay good humor c wing of a cock, tho sagacious elephantat fore the days of our grandmothers, for' ,
The Eagle never heard a word, pays its laughing honors to every light sally grunting of a hog, yet monkeys, they wore, ,powder and hoops, and Nature
j But through his bcav'n he soar'd.i and passing jest. At such a time, how gc<*,and magpies, have in these days no wept herself sick at the' sight{ it must hao
vexatious to see a "Sir Oracle" enter the pcraptiblc intervals of discretion. Let been earlier, too, than the time ttf Henry
room; his very mien exclaims "death to la any Vclve sound-minded persons watch a VI. for in his reign ladies wore head dresses -
Kow'proufi ones ye who mount into the air, bagatelle and the few whose exhilaration fashi&able lady or 'fine gentleman through resembling horns, land divines in vain
And leave: the! earth to us poor reptiles here-- can resist this sedative are speedily con the dl. and then decide on the degree of reproached, i in fain suggested] as a prevcn-
'Ye who would give us some bleak barren cliff quered by the grave stare with which he tnentayupcriority evinced by these elegant tative that"in effigie cornuftrj( 'famine: Di-
To 'rarrl-on, while)6 royally repair receives a joke, the seriousness with which *implcyui over the poor ideot whom wo abolus plcrurnOjUO pingltur;" and it must
To the high clouds-now toll us,tell ua-if he inquires meaning of what was never find injur country'villages. Dohey not 'have been! previous to the:age'when the prophet .
The earth-worm's meditations met your intended to have, any, and' the unsparing form as correct an estimate of things, actions Jeremiah flourwhed'for he tells us thatit
ear? pertinacity with which he criticises and dis- ,a persons,as he can do? Are they was oven then the cu.tom to darken the
I sects the light nonsense and playful trifles not,lik Into, regardless of the real uses eyelids with powder of lead. But if the
r" MISCELLAfrEOUS"PROVERBS thrown off in the gaily of the moment with and bk ings of life, while they dearly value date of the feud be doubtful, not so, the
-L \ no wider aim than to excite a passing laugh.In itss and trumpery? Like him, do permanency of its fatal effects; 'and at this
-AN ESSAY. a few minutes merriment is changed into they no augh at nothing, and lament over very jrfay, Reason and' Taster mourns! over
dullness*, and the would be philosopherhas imaginaj vexations? Can he deck his the spiteful manner in which Fashion disfigures
AUTHOR unknown. satisfaction. of leaving his friends person me sedulously with frippery than tire fairest works of Nature, ,and
"None timvs.tBtfNUUDUAS'UI.is a fool always-every one. some- "sadder": if .not "wiser men than they had they do?\nd are they not as unconscious changes grace and beauty into stiffness. and

been before Theta are times, however, of absur y,as self-satisfied and pleased in distortion.
Pro\"erbgotd and respectable as they are,
when the tables are turned, and it is no the rnidsif folly as the poor Fool when A few years since there appealed,indeed
they
have juvenile characteristic-
: one in very oracular and decided tone, and small amusement (6 watch the half-puzzled covered vi discarded gewgaws, he march. son syrrrptoms of reconciliation between
peak an determined) to settle the question hialf-c tematuous expression of a "wise es in self sequence at the head of a funeral the ("Til goddesses! : flowing ringlets, and
for appear themselves as as averse from offering fool's" countenance, when, on being introduced unojervant of the pitying Bigh of modtfa ly full robe by which, while decency
to some distinguished author, or profound the frplinojw, or the scornful laugh of the. was not outraged, every trace of Ole
admitting ;contradiction, as
any
or,
proof
,
thoughtlesl! multitude He who labors human form
roasoner, IKJ finds him rnore disposed was not txmcealedglrdlea
the of youthful politicians,
of
present race They to iiirth than metaphysics, quite readyto and frets oV the tie of the neckcloth, or placed where proportion, elegance,: and
philosophers generally, however, or theologians., plead their truth to may excuse romp with a child,or trifle with young rails down recations on the head of an sense direct, and 'a profuse employment or'
thetr dqgmatitfn but let us inquire lady,willing to laugh at even an indifferent unsucceuti tailor, should feel a fraternal flowers, nature's darling decoration, seem
whether the ono tot the; head of this essaycan jest, and .to discover entertainment'in the sympathy foUie innocent who spends his cd to afford hopes of an amicable amnge.rnent *
produce this palliation of tho bold impertinence common chit-chat of society. The bewildered tune in Itnn'* g daises Into necklaces, and between, that divinity ,and her oppo-
with which it attempts to con- Sir Oracle is obliged to pause ere lie flies into unrnable rage with the un- Inentbut now, alas! the'trace is, over;-
found the widest distinctions of intellect, condemns; but as self conceit is always lucky wigfjt$ vU happens to break them. "war t6'the knife," evidently proclaimed,
and to make wisdom and fully occasionally piie of his characteristics, he speedily recovers There is only u difference between them, and no'ohe can look into a ball-room and
exchange attributes. his complacency, resolves to despise -one bas thryn away the reason which ,behold the extraordinary ces under
The latter clause of the proverb,who indeed what he does not understand, and once the other neverWessetl! ; one is accountable which the graces land beafifca of our &
will attempt to controvert Are not more setting his mouth into its pristine formality ,the other Vesporuible. males now toncealed: without cursing
all our neighbors frequently visited by aseinine again determines, Again, when Vclia tells me that sho in his heart that ancient mysterious, and
,absurdity? do we not thou and then "That he'll not show big tectb jo way of was really quite Stressed at Mrs. II-'* bitter quarrel, which has thus doomed to
find ample cause for slings and smiles at mile, I taking her by sure this'morning, for she disfigurement! the loveliest productions of
\ this filly;conduct of our dearest friends? Though Nestor swear the jest be laugba-' was not fit to be in, I ask if she was dir- Nature. '

and is there not in the mind of each of us .bl tyKh by no Uns." Was she reading But fashion reigns not 1 lee triumphantly.*
lurking recollection of one or two,occasions I It is,indeed,statesmen and students who Don Juan? -h yiat a question Did not less in defiance of reason and of tastes
in our own live when we happened stand most in need of the relaxation afforded she own the lady cWy?-"I low absurd! over other scenes and other circumstance
to play the fool ourselves? True, ere slid I by occasionvllolly,and"poco di m Uo" She was in a gown ear's fashion, of daily life; and. of, late yean its io&*
it gracefully and amiably; some untoward .is considered in Italy an essential 'ingredient and the sleeve; werfc> email she fet! quite ence las extended into thoSe middle ; '

vccideflt,or generous weakness, occasioned: tu a great m "\ companion. it was ashamed every time %. ft--:'''3'ycs!u1la of society, from which fees wealth i >:: -
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or TUBSTATE c It would appear from these documents,and 1 _'I'""""'U" ..AN>.. __ ns the Privy of the 'houso they :inhabit} oacnevery

1UGIITA AND, FUCI TRADE from the united testimony of those wloare: t MARINE two weeks, ,and every ncrsrn failing

EVENING POST. '+ standng4placcs _,orrcjfiiamyjg comply with the '
; well able to judge/and whose prw -ions of

rtlHG establishment, in Charlestonof: an' them beyond a suspicion of having been < jtois ordinance, shall bo fined the sum of
JL additional devoted to the Two Dollars for each
offence
Newspaper KEY ;
biased prejudiced, that the location and PORT OF WEST.
of their has been deemed
support principles, Sec. Bo further
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and fine harbor of Key West, render it of great 2. it ordained That' it
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST shall bo tho duty of every liStis )
FREE TRADE PARTY. In pursuance importance to our government in a naval -kecpcr id
of this determination THE EVENING keep tile yards und enclosures under
r of view. It be however, !24. Fair American their
point may urged, July Sloop Raynal, control and
POST wilt be commenced as a'Daily 'Evniog iI! Havana. the privys,and outhouses -
Journal,so soon as the requisite office even admitting that position,-"How will in tlemclean and in good order also
25. Sloop Mu, Ann Ximenes, Havana. ; ,
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arrangements can be completed. you deduce from it that a MILITAHT rosr CLEARED. it shall be the duly of the Cty Marsha) at
,
The political tenets' to which the familiar Evening may be advantageously located thereWo !"- July 20. Sloop Alert, Neill Havana. least once every month, to visit the enclosures -
Post will be devoted
to this community, have been, are so so long the answer, If Key West possesses the advantages 24. Sloop Fair American Raynal, lav. of all houses in the City of Key West,

prominent subject of discussion by the attributed to it, it is curable to I and see that the Mine are clean, and the

press-and have been so often and triutn-' remove, if practicable, the great objection NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.THE outhouses in good order, and whenever he

vindicated by tho first minds in our' which has been made to its uDhealtlJiooss.I J shall find any filth or dirt which he may

State, and in the Federal councils, that i iis it'' It is of primary importance to ascertain deem )prejudicial to the health of the City,
deemed unnecessary to promulgate more he shall notify the
whether the fatal disease which prevailed informer person or persons occu
than the following exposition, which is offered LATESTk'as1doao pying the enclosures having the
in lieu of a more detailed political creed. ; years, be the effect of its climate or the controlof
same to the said filth'
remove immediately
Trade will be advocated the dic
Freo as
; of adventitious circumstances: This can !
tate of an enlightened policy-as a privilege and upon failure of the person a-
I never be done by a FLOATING force. The foresaid to said filth it
of the people, which impartial justice]I 9 remove shall be tho
require. from the rulers of every country- crews of vessels, which arc here to-day, :and THE subscriber just received from duty of the Marshal to have the same removed

sod as a right,which,in ours,in guaranteedby at the Island of Cuba, or cruizing among York, Charleston, per Sloop at tire cost of the person liable to
the Constitution. The framers of that I Capital', a splondid assortment of Ladie'j
the Mangrove Keys to-morrow, do not afford remove the same, and every person failing
venerated instrument withheld from the nndIi.Clt's! liONNETS of the latest fashion
a fair test of the health of tLo climate; which he offers for or refusing to remove any dirt or filth,when
Federal the to sale rea.ana.brn
agents protect manufactures on termsat
power
by restrictive duties i it has been nor will the Medical officers attached to such the store lately occupied by Robert B. required "by;the City !Marshal, shall, in addition -

usurped by a perversion of the revenue force be ,enabled to ascertain with precision Station,dcc'd, foot of Duval Street. to tho costs of removing the same,

power, and its exercise,involving sectional the true causes of disease. Can there WILLIAM 11. SHAW. be subject to a fine of five dollars,and costs.
oppression fa&gs&gfkal aggrandisement, Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That'
be a doubt but that a great proportion of the July 9th, 1832.
when privy which he erected
any may
exasperation sickness and death which attended upon
Comma-
lot within the limits
any of the City, and
of the Union: It is impossible that the injured lore Porter's cruise on this.station, resulted Notice shall, from its situation, or the manner in

parties unjust can and tolerate unequal legislation in ita operation.so manifestly "rom exposure, joined to the intemperance which the same is kept, become generally

Without first proving, which is impossible }f his men while on shore A stationaryforce ALL, persons having claim against the offensive, it shall be deemed a nuisance:,

that the benefits of the protection are equally will afford a fair criterion of the healthof of Michael Mabrity, deceased, and tho owner, or occupant of the lot, or

apportioned to all the States-it;s gross any place -the Medical officers located are required to present them to tho subscriber the person having the control thereof, .rl3nrClnO'oc
duly authenticated
contend that the burdens of within the time
to the
absurdity that placo for 4,5 or G tuccessive prescribed law same to such place in the said
the Tariff equally upon all. If, then, frt years, by or they will be forever
press the
premises of the
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as ,:;hoso men not having left the Island, will! barred. Those indebted to the estate are as Mayor Corporation
and
two other members
its defenders vainly argue,'its operation is he exposed to no cause of disease foreign to requested to,make immediate payment. may deem most
: W. II. WALL Adm'r. proper, nod upon the refusal or failure of
and it becomes ,
yet glaringly ,unequal!, no and who the
it, havfogwatched state of theccithcr
free people to submit to its unauthorisedexactions. Key-West July G, 1832. such person to remove the same, it shall be

Muchrless'is it to be tolerated, J'/ or ot her agents proditcingdiscasc lawful for the City Marshal, to remove llie

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

taxed *at consumers; but that the not only upon the nature of disease Remaining in the Post and the person so refusing shall be fined the
Office at Weston
inevitable result oftho protective system is Key
1, upon causes,. pos the 1st
the ultimate ruin,of the Southern ,producer July, 163Vm.S. ;
in the prostration of our agricultural inte sibility of removing them. Sec. 4. Be it further:ordained, That any
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rest. We deduce another argument In favor of Edward. Brown, Robert King, person subject to this Ordinance, and failing .
P. Bunoe
; r it'l'( au &.tib oft toouerestst Morgan P. Old, to comply with the same, or refusingto
this location, from the fact of its having af Rushnall, James Powers
: >ince tf a { tmnareJ( mty submitting John Eden j pay any costs or fines in con clluenJ
Horace
to the'etils,:which are'overwhelming lorded protection commerce: V/m. English E. Sawyer 2 thereof execution may be issued against::
with It is well known fact, that previous to Samuel Saunderson,
ourselves.
them in common Richard Fitzpatrick, 6 William Smith thorn by the Mayor as in case of judgment?.
This delinquency it not our justification. If;, the settlement of the Florida Keys by American Robert Fitzpatrick, Wm. A. Sharpo, Passed 28 April, 1832.

I we are awake to the it dangers behoves and degrada-,j I>' citizens, the Florida Reef was in- Henry Goddard, 2 John Sullivan O. Q1IARA, Mayor.PATTERSON '
tion of our situation, us to leave
no effort untried until we shall have repelled;. infested by pirates; Key West itself was Willonghby Hodges, Francis Watlington2 ALEXA1DER Clerk
Wm. K.:
the invasion of'our liberties. The Eveningr 1 tleir principal rendezvous, whilst from all Hoxie Ilezekiah Wood, -
Wm.
R.
Post will,therefore, exhort to resistance ofj li( the Keys they could watch the great commerce II. S. W ATE Hackler.RFl0USE M. ORDINANCE. 2.
the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity P.
passing and- the Gwlf To Streets
repassing
fi(that AmericanSystem,"which has been' regulate and remove oLstru6-
built/ ;up on the ruins of. tho Free System and no doubt many a noble ship, which had IIEXKV K. NEWCOMB liens from the same.

bequeathed us .by our,fathers, and,which, if}t spread her while canvass to the gale WILL attend to any AGENCY or Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and

established as the. either of the count" or' weathered many a furious storm, has ca- \ Business,that may I Aldermen of the City of Key West,in Council

tty,must, in the end, sever the bond,Leaped only to fall into the hands of these be intrnsted hfm. Office! and Store assembled! ,and it i is hereby: ordained by
of Union,of melt down and Rooms in Warehouse of FIELDING the aforesaid .
date Soveieigtttiss into one : ruffian hordes,, and whilst she has been givento A. BROWNE, ESI. authority That no house,
con'olidatethe\j'I building or enclosure shall remain
or en
The the flame her
sponsible despotism. *, gallant crew has been Key-West Nov. '
will Internal 1C, 1031. II tf croach upon any Street, and every such ob-
oppose
butchered.
inhumanly We hear of
constitutional; as an engine of favoritism/ never a struction fefiall be deemed a nuisance.."

u a source of sectional robbery, as, 'crea- 'l, pirate on the Florida R ;nowadays and P. C. QreefJie : Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That
is it! It is because American
ting a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant why citizens when any Street or Square in the City: ,shall
taxation-it will oppose the rcchartering have planted themselves along the Keys, be obstructed
aforesaid and
of the United States' .Bank, as manifestly | to transact General Agency as complaint
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the ex-i and in some places in sufficient numbers to Continues nUSiD S:1.:: the same shall be made to the Mayor and

give such characters a warm reception.The .- Aldermen H shall be the ofsaid boardto
istence of a dangerous power; and it will Goods taken on Storag< oppose the projected disposition of- the Surf wrecking vessels, constantly on the appoint fit and proper persons to examine -

pills Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced lookout and generally very fast ailer>, O::r lie wifi always be happy to receive and report to them, if the said obstruc-

wholesale bribery, whicbif adopted, will could speedily convey intelligence from and execute all orders in his line of fiusincss tion ought to be removed, and if the re
give to oppression a duration co-existant .
t, to and force movalof the same is recommended, by said
point point a might be collect
with. that of our ovcr1)meDt.
:1 Key West, 28th March, 1831. persons, tho Mayor shall order the to
same ,
A zealous and judiciousattacbment to theUnion .ed sufficient to resist them. Can any one i.
prescribes the present as the proper' >' < doubt that the location of a military force be removed by the owner or occupant of
crisis for making determined and uncompromising f I" said building, and a copy of such order
Constitution I at Key West, adds not only to the security Bukeru.HENRY shaft be the
s'tand forthe ,before by City Marshal served upon
tho jarring interests of different sections ,tl' of individuals there, but also to property all the owner or occupant of such building.

are organised against each other in irreconcilable \ ''along the coast. There are, at times, sev- GODDARD & Co. informs Sec. 3. Be it farther ordained, That if
i conflict-before, blinded by their b' and the public general- the
cral hundred thousand dollars of property, owner or occupier of the said buildingshall
the consolidation States \ ly, that the ,
unrighteous gains, t during: summer months they can
shall regard as undoubted right,their undue ,\not owned it is true at Key West, but be- be supplied with first and second quality fail or refuse to remove the-same after II

bdvantagesr-before they shall resolve to \llongingto American citizens, brought here PILOT k NAVY BREAD, the service of notice as aforesaid,it shall

maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle wrecked; are not these entitled to protection Key IVest, May 23,1832. 23 tfAoqaiflog. be the duty of the City Marshal, and he is

that.''pubUaoptDioD,"or the will of a : from hereby authorized to 'have the said house'or
government iVhy are military
,is a power above the Constitution; building, or any nuisance, removed from
andbefor'e the victim sovereignties mino- stations placed along our frontiers?-it is not the Street or Square, and the of

rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless the 4 on account of the ruouc MONEY to be found 0.uJiII removing the same shan ba paid expense by the

very aspirations forliberty be extinct)shall there-it is to protect the rights and lives owning such
'j rise in desperation and abolish a frame of I person occupying building;
governmenttoomuch shattered to be recog of American citizens-"which arc dearer and for the amount thereof, exeution may

raised a*'that for which they originally stip than GOLD"-valuable-beyond all price. issue as in case:' of judgments.

ulated, and which inveterate sectional hatred ? -o.c.- HOWARD Jun. has removed Passed 28 April, 1832.
shall then render it. impossible ever )i We understand that his honor Judge MR9. O. HARA, Mayor.
Calle do los Officios. to No. 0.!
again to re-compose and re-edify. The South > Webb has been reappointed as Judge of the Calle Obripia. ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk.ORDINANCENo .
onco roused to >a full sense of her'wrongs,
f
Southern Judicial District of Florida. Havana Jan. 1 1832.
19 tf. -
wJU be satisfied with nothing but equality ; _
and it cannot be denied that by tho Consti-'1 -0.
tutiou even if strictly observed, the slaveholding i The Asiatic Cholera has made its appear- S. .

States are placed at decided disadvantage ance in the city of New York.-The Board James Egan To prevent the running at large of Swine or .

.Once leagued for the resumption ): of Health, on the 2d inst reported 14 cases Goats within the Corporation limits of .

! of rights, they will submit no longer to a ': Key West I
The of this disease
aystemof indirect taxation, calculated to ravages are represent Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alder
U><1 at the latest dates to.be partially subsi- a.
to the extent and
blind the people inequality men of the City of Key West, in Council
burdens-and will demandfor Wing at Montreal and Quebec. So far it
of their they apypears assembled, and \\t is hereby ordained by
theirlaboringclasssvepresentationtullyequal to have made but little in informs his friends'
progress RESPECTFULLY the authority of the same, That after the
classes of-the
to that of tho laboring '
tho general, that he has
country. of this found
passing ordinance all Swine ;
concessions
w. other States. The ,required opened a Private Boarding House on In- ,
"will be certainly reflisedby those by whom o- dian Key and will pay every attention in running at large in any of the streets, or

the Union ia regarded,but as a bargain estimated ENGLAND.! his power to render satisfaction to those within the corporation limits of IeyVest,

by a calculation of pecuniary profit The restoration of the Gray Ministry is who may favor him with their company.- shall be taken into the possession of the City

and toss, and the Federal bond will be sundered confirmed, and it was announced in the His terms are moderate. Marsha], and the owner or owners there

-and forever. Tbe advocacy faithful of advo State_ House of Lords that the Reform Bill wouldbe April 11, I832. 32 PCl"fY of shall pay to the Treasurer of the Corporation
Right is, therefore, the only
of Union. passed unmutilated and unimpaired. the sum of One Dollar, for each and

eacy With a firm conviction of this important) ...... ORDINANCES. every hog, sow or swine, so found runningat

truth, the Evening Post 'will contend for THE TARIFF.-The bill for a modification large, belonging to him,her, or them, and

'<,Llberty- Constitution-Uuton.'For; of tho Tariff based on the proposition ORDINANCE-No. 1. on their failing so to do on notification, the .

Liberty first, as the first national bles-1 l submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury To prevent Nuisances in the City of Key Marshal is hereby directed to cause the said

f 'siogs( for the Constitution which secures it West. hog, sow or swine, to be sold at public out
I has the House of
passed Representativesby
'
(rom domestic usurpation i and for the I Sec 1. Belt ordained the cry: the proceeds of which sale, after deducting -
t by Mayor d
on which etren them it against torei;DI"j a vote of 1 121 to w.-A. it was expected
Aldermen of the him andy
the-Cily.ofKey West in Conn expenses incurred by ,
I ,, ,
Without a rigid & ] both
sides of
gressioa. the ultras on the question voted
I cil assembled and the above head ho will
it is specified
the compact,the.Union imutbecome a Uni hereby ordained b sum per ,
: on without Liberty,and the uncertain dan.j together against its adoption.BKNfAMiNCiuiRCsEsq.hasbccnclccted. the authority of the same, That from :and .. pay over to the owner or owners thereof.

iubju AtI.from abroad infinitely f -O after the passing of this Ordinance
Gerof Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all
it shall bo the duty of all house-keep Goats caught at large within tin
running
President of the Central Bank of Florida to least
ers, put at one peck of Lime into limits: of tho City, without being hobbled



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no oa (o present their jumping, from and of the City orKefiWcst,in Council assembled Sec 1. Be it ordained l>y tho Mayor shall>e in full force all and ouch operation remedies M rfgard as are'*

after the second day of May, shall bo shot I and It is therefore ordained by and Board of Aldermen! of the Cityof such provided slaves in;said and section aforesaid, shall and
1
by the City Marshal: or any irson author the ulhority aforesaid, That all Vesselsof Key West, That any master of a he pursued towards such slaves.Hcc. .
)zed by hint X"'"''". '- War shall be subject to the followingrates vessel wishing a Pilot into the Port of Key may: 9. Be it further odaincd, That at**

Passed 28 April, 1832.i*.*' of pilotage: West, shall, if spoken by a Branch Pilot, be of oho half: of one per centnm'be, and the d

(t. O*IIARA,.Mayor. Sec. 1. All Vessels of War per foot. compelled: to lake him; and he is hereby same hereby! laid on All improved roil estate

' ALEXANDER PATTERSON Clam: drawing 5 and not more than 14 required to discharge nny other person who in said'City and one half of one per-
feet may have offered his services to pilot said cfA.nm- on all unimproved real estate in
: t : $2 00
OIIDINA"NCE-NO. 4. Drawing I.' and not more than vessel into this harbour, without paying him siwa.city estate shalt-Provided not be ,valued laid unimproved at more than real

To Tax I'edlars and Transient Traders. 18 feet, : i j 22& for the same; and should tho master of Twenty-five Dollars per acre; which said

Sec. 1. Be it ordained, by the Mnyorand Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 60 said vessel refuse to do so, and persist in value, Itl well of improved M! of unimproved -
Aldermen of the City of Key West, in Council I Over 21 feet, : I : 300 keeping tho sid unauthorised person on real estate, shall be estimated and as.
assembled and it is hereby ordained by Sec. 2. All Merchant Vcsper foot. board, he shall be liable: to pay the full amount sensed on oath by two disinterested persons

lie au'Jiorily! aforesaid, That any person cols drawing 5 and not over 12 I of pilotage to tho Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board.
coming within the limits of the City of feet,shall pay : t gl 50 speaking him. Sec. 10. Be it further ordainftd, That' all
of the Sec Be it further ordained That all taxes provided for by the foregoing section. ,
resident 2. ,
IeyVes', and not being a All above 12 and not over 1C feet, 2 00
notice that
shall after days to :
giving twenty
lie
Island and having Store therein, who shall All over 16 and not above 18 feet, 2 25 Pilots boarding any vessel bound into effect to the owner, or owners, or
cell' 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 titled for by the said Marshal

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

within the limits tif the City aforesaid, shall, ing through the North West Passage shew a copy of the regulations relating to by proper action, together with the costs for I Iaervingonch

before he proceeds to vend, or dispose of and drawing 4 feet or up- Pilot notice.

the same, pay to the Treasurer the City, wards, except such as! are hereinafter Passel June 1C 1832.P. Sec 11. Be it further ordained, That ;
Ten Dollar, and obtain[ from the Clerk of mentioned, shall pay 2 00 C. GREENE, Mayor P. T. finch assessors: shall for their services in estimating -

the City, a License specifying the objectfor All vessels bound through the, North West Alexander Patterson, Cfdr.ORDINANCE: and assessing as aforesaid, receive
the of Ten Dollars, out of
which the same is granted.Sec. Pass, and touching at Key West for the -- =:No. 9. the sum Treasury of said city not any otherwise moneyin

2. Bo it further ordained, That any purpose of landing passengers, letters, or appropriated.
into the limits of Key An ordinance to raise a revenue in and fur
of wood
coming provisions
person obtaining supplies or ..
Sec. 12. Be 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 any owner, owners,or,agent of any
and fail to comply with the first the above ordinance, unless the Master of Sec i, Be ordained! by the Mayor and improved or unimproved reCabtc: who
section thereof, shall bo fined Twenty Dol the Mid vessel; shall request) a Pilot to take Board of Aldermen of the City of Key shall on oath, before the Mayor and Aldermen

v Jars, to be recovered before the Mayor. charge of such vessel and take her out over West, That from shall and and<< after the be first lawful day for of say tllatb ostate 'has been too highly
Jtiuc next it
Sec. 3. Be further ordained, That any the Bar; for which services he shall receive any and every, person, being may a citizen or inhabitant assessed, it shall tan the duty of said Mayorand
person who may have 'his good, wares the usual rates of Pilotage. A Pilots detained of Key Wrst aforesaid, to keep Aldermen, or a quorum of tho Board,
to forthwith to assess such
--merchandize: sold or disposed of by any on board of any vessel by the request open in said city any billiard ,room or rooms, which proceed assessment 1J:11rt) *linal. estate, '
person established and doing business as a of her commander, shall receive for to retail dry goods or groceries, or both, to Passed May'21,1832.: -

Commission Merchant in the City of Key each and every day's sen ices Three Dollars sell goods on commission, or when appointed O. O'HAIU, Mayor.

West, shall be exempt from the provisionsof |per day, over pnd above his pilotage. within by the the Governor limits of'sa of lt i'loridaby city, upon auction receiving -, Alexander Patterson, Clerk.
this Ordinance. Vessels
Fishing Smacks and Wrecking : a license to such effect under the hand -
Passed! April, 1832. shall not he subject to this ordinance.Sec. and seal of the Clerk for the time being of ORDINANCE-No. 10.

0.O'IIARA,11tuDor. 4. Be it furtherordained t., That any said city, who i ill hereby authorised and required Concerning Dogs.
ALEXANDER; PATTERSON, Clerk. vessel having passed tho Buoy on the Bar to isspe! the same under the conditionsand :Sec. 1. "Be ordained by tho Mayor am?'

of the North West Passage, before having provisions hereinafter set forth. Board of Aldermen of the city ofKcy West, !
Sec. 2. lie it further ordained That
ORDINANCE-No. 5. been boarded by a Pilot, shall: not be obli- previous to the issuing of any such license That from and after the'passage of 'lh>$ act, '

Tor preventing into the the City introduction of Key West of Cholera ged to take the same; but in case a Pilot as i is herein contemplated and directed, the the owner of every dog or dogs,found within !

Whereas a certain disease known by the goes an board by the request of her Captain party applying for the same shall pay or the precincts of said! city shall bo taxed .
of, Indian Oho'era.t then he shall receive tho usual (pilot call C to bo paid unto the said Clerk for tins for tire same and every' one of the same, at
name present of prevailing age use of tliP: said city, the sum or sums follow I the.rare of dno dollar for every male and
1n'rbcNortlernparts Europe, ing, to wiis Ten Dollars for every Billiard three dollars for females: =: be
to
nil every applied
ordained That
such Soc.. 5. Do it furtlier ,
of the rust fatal character, and as of
) Table for the retailing dry goods or gro-
vessels bound into the Port cut West ; to : dLfMrftySftj :,f KcfWjjsjr./
disease may be introduced into our own Key cedes Ten Dollarfi-and if both, Fifteen t$9 : ,
port?, by vessels trading with that quar- and spoken by a Pilot'-:Boca Chica, bear- Dollars; for selling goods by auction on the Sec. 2./'Inc it fuHhcl' :"owd :nCtl, '1'liat nil I;

ter of tho Globe, ing North, or NorthWesterly, shall pay full gross amount of sales one quarter of one persons owning any dog or dogs, shall,
See. 1. Bo it therefore ordained by pilotage: the game rates as though she per centum and each and every commission within the space of three gays after tho-

. J the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of had been brought in over the main Ship merchant shall pay the sum of Fifteen Dollars passage of this act, pay le die Marshal of i

Key West, That all vessels arriving from Channel Bar. All vessels arriving and not per annum. the said city of Key West, the tax requiredby
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that
ports or places where the'said disease exists, having been spoken by a Pilot befrne passing and billiard any the tat section of this act, and take his r

shall be taken by the Pilotsof the Port the above named limit, and being; 3 room every, or retailing person keeping any dry open goods any or groceries receipt for thc same; and ho Clerk of said

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

rantine Ground, northward and westwardof shall only be subject to pay half pilotage; by auction oras commission merchant,without any person applying for tho same, on his i
Fleming"s Key, there to remain under but if not spoken until after passing the having first nbtaiut-d x license for Midi being shown! the receipt'of (lie Marshal for'tlle'taX t

the direction of the Mayor of the City, and aforesaid limits, in that case sho shall to purpose, shall beand ho is hereby de lia- { for which license the 'Clerk shall

Health Officer of te! flcit. exempted from paying any pilotage. ble to forfeit and pay for every such act, and charge ood i'eooi\'e tho further sum of fifty

Sec. 2. Bo it further ordained, That Sec. G. Be it further ordained, That all for Fifty every Dollars repetition, to be sued of the for same and, the recovered sum of cents': and tlurcondittons required by this

while it shall ho thought necessary by the vessels arriving through the West Pass, and with costs of suit before the 1\fa&yoror Mayor net having [eerl'COfnf1iCll with, tho person
said] Health Officer, that such vessel l or vessels the East end of the Dry Rock, to tho Westward pro tern of said city-ono half to ilo < so complying shall be authorised to allow

shall perform quarantine,intercourse of Sand Key,bearing south-west, shall use of tho informer or inft1TMl'It-bte remaining his dogor dogs to Tun at large in the streets '
whatever shall be held with the City or Island pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until half to the me of said' city. for the space oT one year. r

of Key: West, but by permission and passing tl/2 aforesaid limits, and being Sea 4. Bo it fUf'tllcrordained, That nothing -
in this act contained shall be so con- : Sc:. 3. Be itfurthcr ordained, That tho
and half
'tinder the direction of he Mayor three miles from Key West Light,only
structed a* to license the keeping open of Marshall of the city of Key West is rcquir
Health: Officer, and all persons who shall pilotage shall be recovered, but if spoken!
billiard room after eleven o'clock on cd to kill and :alltd
destroy < at
any igs running
hold intercourse with such vessel or vessels, after passing the aforesaid limit shall be time
Saturday evenings, or at any during largo in the 8trcctstnc'oers of which
without first obtaining said permission,shall exempted from paying pilota c. the Sabbath. have not cornered with the
be liable to perform the same quarantine as Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That[ all Sec. 6. Be it further onla ne That all foregoing provisions
of this and ho shall tho
may be imposed upon the vessels and car.gnSec Pilots: who shall bring a vessel into this Porl licenses issued as aforesaid, shall immediately I act, receive
of for each and ,
shall be entitled to carry her out, unless the take effect, and be in force for the sum fifty cents every dogso

3. Be it further ordained, That this commander can shew good and sufficient space of one year from the first of June destroyed. '

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

't' expressly repealed by this Board. at this Port without a Pilot, shall have liberty [ the said Clerk shall receive the sum person residing without the ,limits of the
of Two Dollars for his own use.
Passed 28 April, 1832. to depart without a Pilot, unless the Sec. G. Belt further ordained, That from city of Key West, shall permit ,his dog or

O. O'HAUA, Mayor. Captain should wish one. and after the said first day of June next, all dogs to run at largo in tho struts of,tnld:

JLLr.LtNDER PATTJEUSOX, Clerk. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That free negroes and mulattoes, ef whatever rex, citys without firstcomnlvrno. tviih ihA rN,
obtain shall to be unto tic I': ;.' r \1'il '"
each and every Pilot wishing to a pay or came paid City q,1 \JJ
Marshal the of One Dollar head rei ,', ( I, ., ,' '.
ORDINANCE-No. Q. Branch, shall make application to the Mayor cum per m'I ,1\ / s.tryCrt
4n Ordinance to prevent the shooting of and Aldermen, and before he obtain per annum for every such free negro or mu- aft r f 4't.3 x .1 'I/c \1\\ !I' eta; I
Fire-Arms, &c, within tho limits of the such, he, the said applicant, shall undergoan latto of the ago fifteen years or over; and art :. 1 f't. the ( ,Jri'Uf\ltJlJ(1 O. t2ufr
for such mulatto under fifteen
or
City of Key West. every negro tit .," ,
examination before a competent Com ......
of and ten tire <
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor mittee to be constituted by the Board, to of years age over -the years whole, ,. ', Hotit (1ltClwt' .nudMd' ,! .
find Aldermen of the City of Key West, sum Fifty cents per *nnnm- "'r t't ........-t ..... ,;,. i.,
examine such applicant,and if!Ire be found to be received to tho use of said city-fur 0'". .'r. t' I"'V. ...., j'_ ;n 1 .-"'
in Council assembled, and it is hereby or- competent, shall! be tho duty of tho Clerk which the said Marshal shall give to all such ar.Ih..: !fie",">1 I ,r ; tl,

dained by the authority aforesaid, That it to grant a Branch to such applicant, and negroes and mulattoes s good and sufficient. r" .:'r'I t".+ '1/1./ ," l ;L"'i.. ,

shall not be lawful for any person within the said Branch shall signed by the !Mayor receipt, which shal' operate as a license for I'J t L...' t. .1,{ "I"..V<<'1 ,;ti' l"r i'l',. .j 4.!,.",

the limits of the City, (which limits shall for which the applicant shall pay to the one year from tho first day of Juno next; All 'MI t' )'&\\.1'+ It lJerk '
be construed as extending as far ns Elizabeth Five Dollars and Dollarto and in default of such negroes 01 mulattoes .. .. .
Corporation, one '
or one of them failing to comply with !
any
street,) to fire off or discharge any firearms the Clerk : it shall be required of each t provisions aof the fir ,, ', \ IljUI"T' -",!\ ', 11,
of any description whatever, or to discharge and Pilot, before he receives 'his or every .He.
I. > any crackers, or other fire works their Blanch, to give good security in the five day notice thereol :i r Ua to: j > t iM :I mlm 'ift. 'Ww' Coy t-t If;
V'halever, and any person violating the sum of One Thousand Dollars,for the faith dies of such negroes or ,' ; m1 "tvertise i .' Watt'h.-w.' :
.ovisions of this ordinance shall be fined / IIat t !I'"! \Ii.w.t! m pity
and sell the said w/lftt- ,
of his their ,
ful performance or duty as .t- ti t .I, snui'gt
Five Dollars for each and every offence, } toes for such a period aD' orwH. .ti"4"MM t w.tH UlOO o Id:
Brooch Pilot. u(.# '.Iklrd, 'nr' ,. i .
(
end tI. hi" f <' H f ,
npon failure pay the same, shall be as willpayandsatisfy .a.es I > Ii"
Sec. 9. Be it further ordained, That if ,, I rt t ti t,'( ( fi l'eq "lt
imprisoned not exceeding ten days. posed<< upon them togetl.f itn din' : ,W' ft >!>'
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That if any Pilot shall bring in or carry out of able costs of such att'u .,. !...ntfc'tvr. : 'r ' this Port any vessel or vessels, for a less doing, he shall in every m' '. dot.** 1?, i"e'j ..y the 1 rect'1t'tJd M'
free mulatto shall fire off l
any negro, or ordisch'3rge sum than he is lawfully entitled to, to the over and above for his II irve# freansuchfreenegroormuha'o 1( U tent',\hay 6\P*_ r4 : a..c..ntT,

any fire arms, or discharge any prejudice of any other Pilot, he or they, on 'I". az i'>( Two t"fj t+evNil'"+ ,I. te ';4I'Q It'& (jJt
) +
crackers other fire-works whatever '. ft'
or any conviction thereof shall forfeit and to Dollars tobe.taxed in I ;!It) t.f aea't i i
contrary to this ordinance, he or they so of- Dollar! pay and Sec. 7. Be it further r .- IH" l-# i, trf!. ... Jt trt't'" s afl" Mier IUiiufH 1,0
Corporation Twenty + over ,
\,111" '
fending, for the first offence( shall be fined shall ry such free negro or m ,*nand 6j' 4ve't h'tf!' I i 0 ri ; 'r t ?: "Ii"t'h'ed"" ,
above what the
pilotage amount to, sold shall the ti 'fJI' ,'J I" I.:>, 'j1"' ,r
Five Dollars; and upon failure or refusal to for ta.'te4, be' +ci- f 1
the he and all controversy in relation to any part of sidered the property or. 1 pt* !(,iUWWKec. j till rot
same, or they shall receive twenty
pay this Ordinance, shall be decided by the 8. Be it further "*"n',' ,' tint! ti r f "VI' .tA4ltr! t
;
lashes and for the second offence lie \ lrdHlf.Ij ",,,ql/4'
;
Mayor, subject, however, to an appeal to owner, or owners, or ag *>>.<. :; staff, Jt J ., ., J ., I' I' ..
shall receive lashes and 'I v II' "t\" \ :
Dr they thirty-nine I" '
the Board of Aldermen.Sec. shall,on or before the II ; ,uy : .n''rte f jllftfd.
the same for each oflbnce thereafter. -Ut t :" .; 't: J. j ,< ,,
10. Be it further ordained That next, pay to the said Marshal iurwr rr such; | 0 (
,
Sec. ;I. Be it further ordained, That any to this Ordinance and slave over the age of fifteen years and under persons, who may be indebted to the said

.,,.w.'I' J-iwo'; :ofnma'I ,:, .'(" l' : ', 'k'' any rjitfl44)person..' subject! *...'', tbn, wimp, or refusing fifty, twenty-five cents-to be l applied to city in any sum of money, whether for tax3 .
ttit v', ;. 'PI" '. ..I.,'.ll i; \\t' nut1t,1, to (1J."J.C"o. 4 116 >rnpy. ,', .. and for the use of said city-for which the 3, fines, or in any other manner and such ,
., '. ..... .,.. ,t ... %ty ;11.1 i .i I jence said Marshal is hereby required and direct of the Marshal
,
:" :>. f\1 t this 'it'bCi! j; ..i1rrt'rr receipts shall be the only
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_, alnst ,
': lijc'rt;'rt, t'o.( Cut '1. : ed to give a sufficient receipt, which said re- evidence of :;
payment required of
) r ,shall license for the any per
J them laipw1: : k" ? : judg- ceipt operate as a peri
ci 6th .1Yri1. 10': ):t I rteel!',... od of one year from the first of June next son Indebt.cM.ore! .

,..... ,") t'1" ,il';i?''' .(1':0J :-, .l. D"ouoA ...IC.. ,. "t. '..,.'., for the keeping of such slave or slaves; and Sec. 3. B* it i Whet ordained, That

\J r' dcrI'att. .";" lctk. ., ,, 'L l .K..1.') }./," ':or, in cue the said owner owners, or agentsof tho Marsialgb.alljfVelyeQve! per ceuluoxontlheajiKMut
,.' ;' r such slave or slaves shall refuse or net >> i af a Rums so collecteU'by
,Hy :''r" (JtUW\\NC +" ''to: ,' ...' 1, :,.' ,u'wf\'ftn. .. I'M' lect to comply with the provisions of this him,
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m t section, the said Marshall shall proceed in
1 v ih"'',Ib.(' I.tt_" 1'nqt'. r1" ',, : t. PawedJune 1832.
.f iJt ,1' '. .!'I '. I ;e re- the manner directed in the foregoing sec 16,
'I" :, .',t' "t, ; t', .. jKe).. lion; and all the provisions of said foregoing P. C. GREENE, Mayor I*. 7\
"I'I ,' t section aro hereby declared, tad they Alexander Pettfrson Clerk .

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THE CITY- GAZETTE, : sijt.-criptinns, and remit tho money at the
/S' less formidable than the<< certainty of being ADVEBTISKR. I risk! of tho l'nbJisbernt the time of
have COMMKRCIAt DAILY or
with whom we confederated AND
or THE trampled by those Science Literature dering the paper. .It is expected that
FJlEfl TRAEVENING' home. Hence is is vitally i important A Journal of Commerce they
AND
RTATE RIGHTS and the Arts. II 'W I1 fa11\tn their! hands 10
that the power should be sustained per cent of
: POST.THEostablishmentin which alone can compel a strict construction DV 61MMS & DURYEA. the amount received, AS a remuneration fortheir
Charleston of the Charter. That power resides with TilE CITY GAZETTE is one ,of the trouble." 3KErEditortofpaperi;

devoted to i the each State Sovereignty. It Is the State: oldest existing Journals in the U. State ( >ith whome c.\- r

support of their principles, has been deem* Right of sovereign interposition to arrest Under many proprictorsits course with few change, are requested to give the above an
cd expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation! of Federal agents The existence exceptions, have always been American insertion and the favor'vlU
FREE TRADE P ,nTY. In pursuance of this right as the conservative and popular. Of late years, from, neglectmore oo.rcciproal'ted.
of this determination, THE EVENING doctrine its influence{ and .
principle of our Constitution is DO new than any other cause,
POST will be commenced as a Daily Eve ; it is coeval with our Federal polity, patronage had visibly declined. Within the Jan 1st, 1032.

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

Post will he devoted, are so familiarto ours from other Republics not Fe South, and !having made numerous additions having lately seen a c'pyof it in n ttos-

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

prominent subject of discussion by I the Constitution is, in fact,by a symbol of public establishment by fitting it out in a new and in the latitude, longitude, and bearing
press-and have been so often and triumphantly opinion, is construed by and varies with handsome type, and on a larger sheet and of some of the Light Houses. It is evident
minds in -
vindicated by the first our while in than heretofore
the changing will of a majority ; better description of paper ; if this
State, and in the Federal councils, that it our Republic a guardian power preserves it lay claim to, and have been favored with a erroneous statement be followed
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more as a permanent rule of action. large and proportional increase of pajron- it will materially mislead the Mariner,
than the following exposition, 'rhich is offer The formal recognition of such a right including new subscriptions and general and so far from being a guide to warn him

ed in lieu of a more detailed political creed. on the face of the Charter would have been age advertising. Within the last year, their from danger, will subject him to the very

; Free Trade will be advocated as the dictate superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily list of patrons has been swollen by an accession difficulties against which our publication,
of an enlightened policy-as a privilege from the formation of a compact between I of more than Three Hundred Citizens was i intended to-guard. We advise Edi.:

of the people, which impartial justice independent sovctcigns having no to which new names arc with little tors to publish the following which he
,
requires from the rulers of every countryand common umpire. As a feature of our political exception, almost daily added. The proprietors may
relied accurate
as a right,which,in ours, is guaranteed system, it is of course a political, not a order the better merit that encouragement on a. :
by the Constilntion. The framers of that, revolutionary right. Formed for the protection of which, it is equally their "For the information of Mariners generally

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

usurped by a perversion of the revenue through the subserviency of those authorities with their office of business, a spacious Florida shore} under his superintendence. J

power, and its exercise,involving sectional the Constitution itself needed a protection. Reading Room, in which, the chief Public Cape Florida Light,-Sationary. Situated
oppression for sectional a randi'lcment, Reliance for that protection surely wa not Journals find their way and are carefully the south of Biscayne
has, necessarily,produced sectional exaspcralion placed in cither the parties against whomit filed, from all the States in our Union. on point Key ,
which endangers the permanency was provided as a shield. The Supreme This room is free with all its facilities with about 400 yards from the Ieach.Jrhc

of,the Union. It is impossible that the injured Court being one of the Federal agents, was out charge, to all patrons of the Gazette. Light may be considered 70 feet a o\'c the

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

Without first proving, which. impossible majority-tlie ballot box-have been considered or correspondence, carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles
that the bcnr fits of the protection are equally as the safeguard. The sectional with the most correct estimate of the true of the Light. Lat. 25 47 N.-Long.
apportioned to all the States-it is a gross minority can exert no influence on the representation condition of the markets, and pnt upon tbo 80 42 W.Lqht .
absurdity to contend that tho burdens of of a sectional majority. Timresponsibility most advantageous terms to all that come
the Tariff press equally upon all If, then, of representatives but seen res under this! class,is also issued from the office Ship Florida, is situated on Cn-

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

defcndcis vainly argue, its operation is ents, and the representatives of a minoritycan where the earliest information may be had, in Lat. 25 08 N-Long. 00 27 W. It

yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no effect( nothing against the antagonist I is free alike to patrons, stranger in the city is easily distinguished, as two distinct

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

the ultimate ruin of the Southnin producer of a majority, and must be quietly Nol Broad street, Charleston. Key West Ligld,stands on the S. West

f in the prostration of our agricultural into wirrendered to their wisdom and justice.- (Jr Subscriptions received at this office Point of the Island of Key West ; is in

rest. Besides, except in the Parliamentary trans Lat. 24 25 N.-Long. SZ 04 W.; erect-
There is no solidity in the objection tour actions of tho two houses of Congress -our THE WEEKLY BURNING: COUUIKR ed for the purpose of guiding vessels when

resistance, that others are blindly submitting frame of government no where recognizes AND N. YORK ENQIRER. entering the harbour tho directions fur
to the evils, which are overwhelming the consolidating that the will of a majority ;
which are as follows: Bring the Light to t
with oflrsclvcs. I
them in common shall The President may be ;
govern. tt 23th Jan inst. tIle
is not our justification. 1 If On Saturday, bear N.N.W. and.!time Sand Key Light to
This delinquency elected by a minority of the people ; a majority :
Courier & N.
of the Morning
wo arc awake to the dangers and degradation of Senators representing States, the Proprietors bear W.S.W. and 'ou cross tho Reef in
situation it behoves us to leaveno York inquirer, intern publishing on the fathoms for West
of our aggregate: ; of whose population arc a minority about 5 water; run Key
effort untried until we shall have repelled of the whole people, may reject a measure largest folio sheet ever issued, a Weekly Light until within two mile, then steer

the invasion of our liberties. The Evening unanimously passed by the representative Newspaper contain all that appears during N.W. until you open Flecming's Key-

O'ltViii., therefore, exhort to resistance of uf the people in the other House-and the week in their daily paper. It willie which is a Mangrove Island in the Northern

the Tariff, as the most prominent" which enormity has been vice versa, a bare majority in the other published on fine paper, wiihmcw type;; part of the harbor: and then ,run for it
of that "AmericanSystem, House reject a measure passed by the all classes
may and to it within the reach of
place The best is in the of
ruins of the Free anchorage upper part
built up on the System unanimous voice of the Representatives of
nT
bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, i if tho States in the Senate-The President, a of the community, it will be ( >rdcdto the harbour. Height of tho Light House

established as the settled policy of the corm single; individual, may put his veto on the subscribers at the reduced price of three'Jullars fiom tho level of the fen, C3 feet G inches.

try, must, in the end, either sever the bond deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges per annum, payable alirays in ad- Light stationary

of Union,or melt down and consolidate the ofHfio Supreme Court, holding office ''anct. Sand Key Fight.-Revoving) once in

State Sovereignties into one limitless,irresponsible not by election but by appointment, may In consequence of the other Daily Papers 54 second It is the best Light on the
despotism. The Evening Post set aside the concurrent enactments of in New Y determining not to board
coaM S.W. by S. fl 1-2 miles from Key
will oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional House Senate, and President. The ;
their
pow vessels and receive news on Sunday,
as an engine of favoritism, er to protect the Constitution could not Courier & West Lifjht-situated directly on the Reef
of the
tho Publishers Enquirer
as a source of sectional robbery, as crea- have been rationally intrusted to the very rime Light 70 feet above the sea.Tortugas .
necessity! for perpetuating exorbitant which the violation have lately i invested Thirteen Thousand dollars one
ting' majority from danger I Light,-Stationary,-on
taxation-it will oppose the rcchartcring was apprehended. It would have been indeed in a separate' news establishment, consisting of the Dry Tortnjjas Islands* near the western

of the United States' Bank, as manifestly committing the keys of the;housc to of one Schooner of ninety tons, extremity of ihcRcfrf, in Lat. 24 31 N.
unconstitutional, and as! prolonging the existence the safe-keeping of thpse, distrust whom one of sxty tons, and the necessary row Loim. 83 10 W.SEGAR .
of a dangerous power; and it will suggested the propriety of locks. "''ho power goats. This establishment is supported atan ...
the projected disposition of the Surplus left with tic several State
oppose was wisely annual of Nine Thousand dollars
expense ,
Revenue, as a scheme of barcfccd, thin not was there
Sovereignties-and only W
vessels from hoarded est
and Europerue : Key=
wholesale bribery, which( adopted will provided! dclnito rule of action for the : tI
at and their news disseminated throughthe
duration co-e\istant sea
give to oppression a Federal Government,but apowertorendornopentive
with that of our government.A ,that is to nullify, their unautho country with great dispatch, long hefore I MANUFACTORY,
zealous and judicious attachment to the rised and irregular action. they reach the liarbour. : "
Union prescribes the present as the proper So far as a congeniality of views may exist I In its politics, the Courier &;.. Enquirer isis WTJT 'I.VLI.: ., takes of this iofgr-op-
crisis for making a determined and uncom- these the Evening the *
in relation principles purely Democratic-adhering to principles
the Public that he has establish
| ming
i promis.ingtand for the Constitution,before Post is pledged to tho State Rights and usages of tho Republican Party, : ,
of different sections i | A EGAn ir4trrFACToRr at Key West.He .-
i Oho jarring interests and Free Trade Party and as the support and advocating the re-election of General
against each other in irreconcilable include : imports for this the lest
are organised of measures, to be efficient, must Jackson the Its columns purpose, very
conflict-before, blinded by their the support of men its humble aid will be to Presidency. Tobafttffrom Havana.
un 'ahtcons gains, the consolidation States zealously contributed to extend the personal are alike devoted to Foreign and Domestic Segnrs: of the best quality} and1 or"f'ry
shall regard ns undoubted right their u.fdiio influence and promote the political advancement : Intelligence; Morals; Literature and the description be had at his cstnh1ishm'nt.
they Gall resolve to who devote Fine Arts. In morals however it docs may
advantagos-before: of those statesmen !. O.iAll driers in thc above line will)
maintain at all hazard the tyrannous principle themselves to the good cause which is identified not act upon the. creed of Fanatics or Bigots -
that public opinion,"or the will of a with the value of the Union and the ,but on the contrary, inculcates those meet the earliest attention.
majority,is* powetabogoihe Constitution; and honor of South Carolina. Its May 23, 1832. 30 .tf.M
liberty or and
morality religion only .
in minority principles _,__. _ J
and before the sovereignties warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed Mv MM MM HM B M M BwaM v
goaded beyond endurance (unless the to no candidate which are formed upon peace and goodwill Turtle
by a personal pledge Loggerhead SheJL
to all mankind-the fruit of which is
shall
very aspirations for liberty be extinct) for the Presidency, or any other
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of office ,. tolerance and brotherly affection instead of THE: subscribers will give a fair price
government too much shattered tobe recog In maintaining its ground amid the con- persecution for opinion's sake." 500 Ibs. of the above article.

nised as that for which they originally stipulated flicts-of party, it will be the aim of the Evening Upwards of Four Thousand copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.

and which inveterate sectional hatred Post to preserve the dignity of the Courier &. Enquirer arc published Daily: -
shall then render it impossible ever Press by courtesy and moderation, under and more than Throe Thousand Semiweekly tr. S. QUJRTERSTEn'S

again re-compose and TO'edify. The South tho belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper and in the City of New-York its OFFICE,
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, discussion are best subserved by: firmness ; corner of F.A. Browne
will bo satisfied with nothing but equality: ; without violence, and zeal without in- circulation is known to be more than an NORTHEAST stairs.

and it cannot bo denied that by the Constitution lemnerance. With the opinions end public I hundred per cent greater than any other Key West Feb.up 8, 1832. 23 if.
oven if strictly iA* rvcuV the slave* actsV opponents, ft will exercise the right paper. These facts are referred to, as affording ..

Holding States are placed at decided disadvantage. of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no the only commentary the Propriotors NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY. .

Once leagued for the resumption part of ita career will ever justify the suspicion can with propriety offer on, the quality the case of Joseph Cottrell & Co. vf
of rights, they will submit BO longer to a 'of its even partial adoption of the in- of the matter which will ho found in their IN 121 bales of cotton, picked up at sea an4libelled
system of indirect taxation, calculated to tamnrti maxim, that all is fair in politics- contemplated weekly publication. for salvage in the Superior Court
blind the people to thc'oxtent and inequality Tliedoriestioconcerns: of our native State for the Southern Judicial District of Flonda
is intended
it
to publish 17,500 copies
demandfor
will
of their burdens-and they will be'f ally watched; and the policy m, the Court has decreed, that after paying
the first number of the which
their lab nngdaas a representation fully advocated whP h shall appear best calculated oC paper, the costs and of said prosecution
equal to that of the laboring classes of the for,JierSprospcrity, safe, and economi. will be distributed in different parts of the ono half of the expenses residue of the value of .

other Stales. Tho required concessions cargovcrnmV* country, and one copy sent to each PostMaster skid cotton (agreeable to-the appraisement)
will ho certainly refused by those by whom Whilo the Evenieg Post will devoted in the United States, in order that be paid to the said Cottrell & Co for tb lrsalvage

the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated to the promulgation of the political faith set a specimen of the publication fillY be examined on the same; pod that the remain*
by a calculation of pecuniary profit forthjo'Miis prospectus, it will not be neglectful der be held under the bond of stipulation
and loss, and the.Federal bond will be sun- of the practical details of Commerceand TERMS. subject to the claim of the ngbtful owners
dered-and forerer. The advocacy of State Trade two branches industry which interpose
said claim be
is the only faithful advocacy affected the Daily Papcr.i glO per an."! FaynllcSem. thereof,provided
Bights therefore, must be most beneficially by within the time escribed by law; and that
of Union. Great exertions Weekly Paper-4 an. V in pi
success of its doctrines. per notice of the same be given by an adyer.
With a firm conviction of this important will be made to perfect the departments WEEKLY PAPER----3 per an.jf advance. ptpent.to be published in the Key West
truth the Evening Post will contend fort connected with commercial intelligence .
months.Therefore
OCT:: Any person who may obtain eight Gazette once a month for nine
the Conatituti n-'Union. For shall find
and tradesmen toCottonorfnterestedthereinare
Liberty- and merchants
our subscribers to tho weekly and remit all I>er!<'E' Jla.vjp claim
first the fist of national bless all iheirwahts andre paper .
Liberty as the readiest attention to : re- ,1 1by
b sings ; for the Constitution which secures it warmest gratitude for all their favors. the amount, shall b4furis4ewtt' tl 'copy s the s Mme ;
to present
from domestic usurpatiouYundfortho Uni- grat.samUp! companies orcnsubscAcra, notifie.d and required said decree, J
on which strengthens! it against ? reigt1 ag- TERMS: associatgand remit I weWfivo ddlars, witbin the time prescribed .n
of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country will be barred.
Without a rigid observance itwilllMMDtfcr or they Clerk
crcssion.! 2 50 retch antm. II DAY,
week
three times a $5. per A.
....ho compact, the Union must become a Union paper Advertisements, inserted at thejisual rates Post Masters,Ho h-e: n-o objoctio Court Sou'th. Dist. oft'nOSPEOT Florida.lay .
and the uncertain dan- Sup.
e1. without of joation Liberty from, abroad is infinitely Charlatan (B. ('.) Ort. 3, 1631. I act as our Agents,* zoqu'Sted to rcclvo 13, 1831.. :30 Om,


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,TBD d 1 Zn.'tTIJ..1 so unwound, a departure from our usual tlie fashioii,'formerly, for men' of rank', to Pencd'to fall upon them." Poor .Ccclia! j\
t." I, EDITED Br ctfursfe-of wisdom and dfccretiun; the"cap ,I possess a buffoon, or a dwarf; and in days! can she complain if in every society of rational '
: B. B. STROBEL and bells did not disfigure us as it docs the of yore a privileged jester: was 1Kb constant: beings,sho is considered a simpleton, I:,
,
rest of the world; but still we woro it,and attendant of tho banquet. This was," perhaps a made ideoi, 'though'dbt a torn one'
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And on Wednesday by
piibUsfitjjd T1IOUA8 N.every JEFFREY.A5 accomplished in our, own persons the wec. a wholesome custom f a hearty laugh There arc,indeed, few causes in opera t
-" ', ,, ping sentence of the proverb; and if ire may have assisted digestion better hah apolitical tion which produce more numerous contradictions
'TERMS-$5. per annum-payaMe: in and Solomon serve to exemplify its truth, discussion; and a sudden freak, to the assertion thaHnoneis a fool
..advance.v who canhope to esc.ape1 or absurd joke, have diverted the minds of always," than a devotion'to the mandatesof
.. -' .Advertisements inserted at one dollar There, is, indeed, a class of person the the statesmen of ancient times, and given that fickle and ,unreasonable thing called ,
.ar .perjtquare for the first insertion, and fifty businessof, whose lives appears to bo to a new and useful turn to the current of Fashion; for as its influence extends "{
'','?*'*"<**Jveehtsfor every succeeding time till order-' shine forth to the world as an example of their thoughts. It is astonishing how a over every circumstance and every minute
,... dabe &topped. I pure, unadulterated wisdom. The web of few minute's sleep will refresh the body, of ouT fives,its worshippers are incessantly
:- --- = --- -= their minds is no "mingled yarn;" and a few minute's laughter the mind; and occupied in' the service of their divinity,
POETRY.THE "la arioso trills and graces the company of a merry fool (for a dull and exposed to the bewildering! effects of
They never stray one is insupportable) might be of more the fumes from her tripod; they listen un- ."
EAGLE AND 7TIIE; WORM. But graY sd mo, solemn basses service than tonics or stimulants. M. do wcariedly for her wild and fantastical decrees -

JL TAUtE-FROM THE: GERMAN Or HERDER:. They Lum away." Talleyrand, when asked how he could aftach and regulate their conduct by them
soared These respectable personages cannot : himself such a simpleton as his wife, from the time they lay aside their night-
The giant Eagle on high, read a novel or sit through a pantomime; replied, "It I is a rest to me," and since n cap in the morning t6 the moment when
nsof the
Into the through re&v the clouds!Sky in; glorious state trey flown,at a pun, and talk nothing but court- 01 is out of fashion, it would be wise they resume them at night; Fortunate for
Dash'd mountain sate sense; a game at chess is their lightest relaxation in ministers to marry women fit to supply 'us, that she has not yet much,interfered with ,
And on the highest ,and didatic poetry the only kind his place. How refreshing after the the solitude of our bed rooms that she docs \ '
L/Vndsaid/ : : "Here then I stand at all worthy. of their notice. ,If they play labors of the' dty: when the mind is exhausted not insist tipon our sleeping tacked hats,
1 with children, it is at sonic dull, historical l by constant tension, to find complete or settlo one sole shape and position in
shall P
Hrad of my kingdom untrodden-\land 10 ? fly game; if they converse with young ladies, relaxation;, the society of a pretty, which it shall be gentlemanlike to seek ro-
To this sublime, it is upon early rising, or Fordycc's Sermons vacant, silly woman, who has neither power pose!! This severe and inexorable mistress 'i'I.I.
Who can approach me. ? "I ; they abound! in commonplace quo to cornmuni tations and I,;ire moral sayings; and their receive one! Sho would, it is true,be a sad service during tho dim, which begins and .
said a small voice; he looked around society is altogether wonderfully instructiveand incurnbrance wen her husband was out of ends just when she pleases; she regulated .t'
And saw an earlh-worm on the ground. powerfully narcotic "They fish with office, but this Recollection would only induce I not only our serious 1J to trivial concerns; l)
"Wr. rivals?-So!- a melancholy ball;" but the reputation for him to serve his country with greater i and is nbt lead despotic as tb the dime*
from whence art tlcoul"'the Eagle squalled" ; wisdom for wliich\they angle is, alas! but zeal sions of a bow tin a bonnet, or a seal to a i
"I?-fiom below! seldom obtained. There may be a few among Thc/iiend, orbuoncompagno," as housed watch, than as to the mode in which we are
'And how then llcrcf'1-"I- crawled. whom they nr \,talked of as "very superior tocall him, with whom Muratori spent to bestow our charity, or the plato where :, '
,sensible men;'t\ but these arc usually his evening, was a half witted fellow, in wo arc to worship tho pcit,. Our virtues /' :
rYe Ministers and Generals, simple timid person without sufficient whoso erjcicly he found thorough repose to I ebb and flow at her command; she annually :',
Ye Chancellors! Cardinals, discernment to distinguish the counterfeitfrom ,his menlil powers... With him the author determines what' wo are to call modesty);
Lawyers and Laureates all the true coil), or sufficient courage to or.editor pf a hundred ,folio volumes, tho our maidens are ready to how their legs .;
That occupy those seats so high, ghe things their right nam s; and even this welL frwn whose inexhaustible contents, and shoulders whenever she pleases, or to '
Come now and tell us-did you fy, scanty number admirer carefully shun Gibbon,'j&amondi: ,'and many modern hisio, former
Or did you crawl .their society, like lira Iris peasant, who, rians ha\e drawn their best materials, was !
Tis really odd how oft one traces while he calls the fairies Tgood people: ," accustonMto pass his hours in visiting the garments. Our furniture, our food, our
Your crawlers tQ the loftiest places. does all in his power to avotd a meeting I folic nt: ij'\and various shows of an Italian li l- domestic arrangements, are all under heir
"Thou rascal! roared the Eagle-"thou with those of whom he speala so respectfully i city; aid in discussing their'respective controll: when wo travel she prints the
\ I merits. My conversation superior to that way; when we are ill she sends our doctor,
brow I" :
Daring to crawl up to the mountain's Bird!" It is only sarcastically that tlty ore told of his "liu+n compugno" left him unfitted prescribes our medicines$ and generally {
I J "I pardon Royal
crave your .. by Burns, I for the labut and application' of tho ensuing names our disease; tht,education bf our u
(But 'twas an unadvised reply; ? "Ye are sac grave, nae doubt you\e wise;" day. To Ve sometimes a fool appears', children is entirely under her management i
For truth to great ones ) ,
whorspeaks
therefore C'l' wisdom and has and it is she who decides 'how tnuch they
"Sire! I've heard and as Rochcfpucault has pronoun d that apart| as
'Tia sometimes more secure to crawl "gravity is a Inystery of the body j iWntcd been beforeobffcrved, tho latter clause of shall know,and what it is forvMetl they
Than.11The to conceal the defects of the mind, and our proverb id aiits of easy proof; but when have a taste. Devotion and benevolence,
Sir John Malcolm has decided that"hi who we look outupon the world around us, and learning and patriotism, are merits or demerits
thunderer frown\U"Tliou reptile,thou! iValwayri wise is a fool," it appears hat behold the vinous, methods in which "the ,as it pleases her; 'literature bows at
VVouldst give tJiy lessons to a prince like the gentlemen in question, instead ofJjc- brain of this, foolish compounded clay, her feet; and Milton and Pope grow Gusty
x mcp" ing allowed to produce themselves asW- :nari," Jonlrives to stupify itself,-when wo on our shelves, when she tells us to admire
And moved to crush him- ampler of perfect wisdom, are in sonic j. see the j>crsevermg labor bestowed by ma nothing but Annuals.Certain.it '
I "IleavV forbid it,no!' 'gcr of being cited n4 specimens of o.b ny on tho-roZ#of absurdity which it IS their _, is that, at some distant period,,
Forbid it, heav'n! I've no such vanity! lute folly. it was of one of these sol pleasure and pride to enact, we must pause Fashion must haVe had a quarrel with ft& '
No!-But thoughV-an Eagle roars o'er all; simpletons, whom the profound divine an a little before ve can agree that "none is a ture, and, in Imitation of her: betters, (a YD* ;
And a poor Worm what can he do?-but philosopher, Dr. Clarke, spoke, when JI}i fool always." Jlpwever the case may have ry characteristic failing) resolved to beat
crawl. suddenly stopped a game of romps,and ex stood in those aacicnt times from which malice as virulently the( Bister and wito
Tho Eagle mounted through the skies, claimed,"Boys, we must be grave-a foolis most of ourprorcrbs and fables have depended of Jove herself. The old grudge therefore .
And left the Worm to moralize. coming!"' 'Nothing, indeed,can be more to UI, tie 19th century can surely "manet aha racnte rcpostum,"and i induces -
And thus he jested with timselr-alQne: unacceptable to a merry party than the intrusion urn ish numerous instances of genuine, her to take every opportunity tof spiting 1
"'Tis just as expected! pomp and prido of such a person at one of those nsistent, undeviating folly; and tljough and insulting her fairer rivaK When
Have no abiding temple. He is gone- moments when the spirits of a few light- wise may be occasionally simple, ,tho the fracas took place it is impossible to dc 'c
But I abide!" hearted companions have spread their ready t majestic lion way still bo terrified at the cide: we know it must !have occurred bo-i

And then he laughed almost to.split his side. contagion around, and gay good humor cVving of a cock, tho sagacious elephantat fore the days of our grandmothers 1 for' i
The Eagle never heard a word, pays its laughing honors to every light sally grunting of a hod, yet monkeys, they wore ,powder and) hoops, and Nature' t
r But through his heav'n he soar'd. and passing jest. At such a time, how gco>,and magpies, have in these days no wept herself sick at the sight; it must have I ",
vexatious to see a "Sir Oracle" enter the per tible intervals of discretion. Let been earlier, too, than'tho time +t>f Henry t ).
a1 room; his very mien exclaims "death to la any clue sound-minded persons watch a VI. for in lib reign ladies wore head dresses
Xotv;prouft ones!ye who mount into the air, bagatelle!" and the few whose exhilarationcan lash able lady bfr fine gentleman: through resembling horns, ', id divines in vain
And leave: the! earth to us poor reptiles hereYe resist this sedative are speedily con- the di, and then decide on the degree of reproached, in vaiq suggested a$ a )prcvcr> '
who would give us some bleak barren cliff quered by the grave stare with which he mentauujxrriority evinced by these elegant tativc that"in effigie cornufld( 'famingj: Diabolus -
To cram on, while)-e royally repair receives a joke, the seriousness with which simple! over tbe poor ideot whom we plcrum uo pihgltur: ;" and it must .
To the high clouds-now tell'tis,tell us-if he inquires meaning of what was never find in Vjr country villages. Do they notformasVcorrect ,have been; rCYIOul.tD the age when, the pro* ,
The earth-worm's meditations met your intended to IU1'c.an. )', and' the unsparing an estimate of things, ac- phet Jeremiah flourished,for he tells us that "
ear? pertinacity with which he criticises and dis tions,a* persons,as he can do? Are they it was oven then the custom to' darken the
_. sects the light nonsense and playful trifles not,likjlusn, regardless of the real uses eyelids with powder of lead. But if the ;
I1ISCELL1 NEOUS. thrown off in the gaily: of the moment with and blc ins of life, while they dearly value date of the feud be doubtful, not BO that ,, .
L \ no wider aim than: to excite a passing laugh. its is! and trumpery? Like him, do permancncyof its fatal effects; 'and Ot'th1a' ,
PROVERBS-AN ESSAY. In a few minutes, merriment is changed into they nolaugh at nothing, and lament over very day, Reason and Taste,moirrna, over
dullness; and the would be philosopherhas imaginaj vexations? Can he deck his the spiteful manner in which Fashion! disfigures ,
AUTHOR UOWJ'l. patisfaclion of leaving his friends person Are sedulously with frippery than the fairest works of Nature, ,and
'None ttraWS.is a "fool- 8lf.always iHULED-every-UASSCN.one some "sadder": if not "wiser men than they had they dortud'are they not as unconsciousof changes grace and beauty into stiffness:' and .
been before. There are times, however, absur y,as self-satisfied and pleased in distortion. ;
old and
as are
Proverbs respectable they
,
when the tables are turned and it is no the inidsif) folly as the poor Fool when A few years since t lero'1'ed indeed f q
have one in very oracular juvenile and characteristic decided,tone-,they and small amusement t6 watch tfie hialf puzzled}, covered W discarded gewgaws, he marches sorrs>aynTptorns of reconciliation l: Eetween h'r
frpeak an determined to settle the question half-cofltemptuous; expression: of a "wise in self sequence at tho head of a funeral the >, ll t goddesBea: flowing ringlets, andmodriaUly i
for appear themselves as as averse from offering fool's" countenance, when, on being introduced unoiervant of the pitying sigh of full robe/J by which, while decency '
admitting contradiction, as to some distinguished author, or profound the frplinfcw, or the scornful laugh of the. was not outraged, every trace of the rt
proof, or any reasbner ho finds him ittdre disposed -' thoughtlebi! multitude? lie who labors human form was not 'eOIIceaJedglrdles
of the of youthful politicians
race
present to mirth than metaphysics, quite ready and frets otrthe tie' of the neckcloth, or placed where proportion,
They
theologians.
philosophers) however, or plead their truth to mayleneray. excuse to romp with a child,or trifle with young rails down recat1on. on the head of an cerise direct, and 'a profuse employment of
,
thetr dqgmatifcfn: but let us inquire lady,willing to laugh at even an indifferent unsuceesafi tailor, should feet!! a fraternal flowers, natare'd: darling decoration, seem rod
whether the ono i&t the; head of this essaycan jest, and.to discover entertainmentin 'the sympathy foUic innocent who spends hia to afford 'hopes of an amicable arrangement
produce this palliation of tlui bold impertinence common chit-chat of society.! The bewil tune iu atria g daises into necklaces, and between that divinity and her opponent '
with which it attempts to con dered Sir Oracle is obliged to pause ere lee flies into un ?-rnable rage with the unlucky ; but now, alas! tJletrace isv over;-
found the widest distinctions of intellect, condemns; but as self conceit is always wigrl) ,V) happens to break them "war to the knife," is'evidently proclaimed, '
,and to make wisdom and (occasionally one of his characteristics, he speedily recovers There is only Is diflcrenco between them, and no lone can look into a fiaJ .rbom and .
his resolves to -one has the which behold'the
exchange attributes complacency, despise thryn away reason extroordinanappearances;
The latter clause of the proverb, who indeed what lie does not understand, and once the other neverWsesaed I; one is accountable which the graces and besqtfcs of our females
will attempt to controvert? Are not more setting his mouth into its pristine formality the other sponsible. now Do concealed, without cursing
again determines, Again, when Dlia tells mo that sho in his heart that ancient mysterious, and
-i 'That he'll not chow Us teeth in way of was really quite Stressed at Mrs. II-'* bitter quarrel, which bas thus, doomed to
find: ample; cause for shrugs and smiles at smile taking her by iurtpe this 'morning, for she disfigurement the 'liveliest productions of
1heilly conduct of, ,our dearest friends? .Though Nestor' swear. the jest be. 'lWIP'La'bl" 9 *' was not fit to be in, I ask if she was dirt"OM Nature >
and is there not iu the mind of each of us by no os. Ibo read But fashion reigns not Us triumphantly,
b lurking; recollection of one or two occasions It is,indeed,statesmen and students who ing Don JuanT.--.-\hat aqudsWast !" Did not less in defiance of reason and of tats ;i
in our own live when we happened stand most in need of the relaxation afforded she own the lady Wbey?-"I How absurd! over other scenes and other circumstances
to play the fool ourselves? True, ire VJiJ by occasionvT'&lly, and"poco di m tto" She was in a gown last "C8r'0II fashion, of daily ca and, of late years Us loft .
it gracefully and amiably: ; soma untoward is considered in Italy' an essential ''ingredi and tho sleeves \Vcr'smallehe felt! quite ence has extended into t those

Accident"or generous weakness,occasioned ent iu a great m "\companion. It was ashamed every time, JW SR..r.1s eryeslcap ,' society, from which hers middr- I: .

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i m, more dutiea arid more principle, would have thought that this wai enough;,1 I Ih'e influential and honorable fjiembera orIOtiet.let James Egan

should have barred approach.: It la true but the voracity of Uncle Sam was yet to their faces against_k! tty.t.t pcrpetra- ,

f that women of ton and fortune ire accoun be .6ed-Tho Deputy Collector\ of tho tore of those offences for tbis place

table and immortal l beings, but when they port thought fit to CHARGE DUTIES upon this has been censured, all efforts pi rmanentlyto u';

fritter away their time, and money,and un privata property circumstancedS!-makTng Improve the moral'feeling of 1 lecomrnuanding ;, ......... ,................"
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derstanding, in the worship of Fashion, the discretion of the .individuals'claiming nity,o r to give it a respectable s abroad
the life to corne "and subscri- n ESPECTFUILY: informs his
they only "jump per. must abortive. If t e friends
succeed in persuading themselves. that salvage a guide or test by which to deter prove actsof 1L and the public id general, that he has

haps this. bank and shoal of time1 on which mine the liberality of the U. S. Government berhasnot made public the imp uper opened a Private.Boarding, Home on Ins .-

"on lot i is cast they enjoy them -as lie stated "that if the goods were individuals, it was not from stay app'rebenlioD dun Key and will pay..every;.attention in
their present the his to render
which he entertained fro*n en- power 'satisfatlion"ito' those
i prodigiously. But those misguided given up without payment of salvages he
selves boweverbigh'tlteirstationbut who may favor him with their
creatures who} with insuflicient means, would charge no duties; but 'if salvage was mity of those individuals, His terms are moderate. company..

strive to be fashionable,spnnd( a life( of drudgery claimed the goods would have to be entered because he thought tbcm! ame- April 11, IB3. 32 p

sacrifices, and mortification, which and he would be compelled (however nable to a higher and more proper, tribunal f 'I

Sisyphus and Tantalus would not envy.- much against his will) to exact the duties" than the public press. 'In regard: .0. certain

Their labor ifl ever renewed, their hopes The duties have been cither pall or secure individuals with whom it has been the mIsfortune Notice,

continually disappointed, and just as they of the subscriber to differ, lIe has
d have touched the robe of the ed. persons having claims against tie
think they hesitated ALL
behold!Il5ho. has changed And now we should like to know what opinion only to say, that he never freely of Michael Mabrity, deceased,
goddess,
flying and' but her secondhand will be entertained of the honesty of and publicly to express such opinion as their are required to present them to the subscri
they
lcr'> dress old clothes., They grasp turn from tho fair American citizens and the liberality of the conduct merited; and such opinions as he ber, duly authenticated, within the time
by law, or they will be
and refreshing face of Nature, from the American Government, if this course is entertains, he will AT ALL TIMES continue barred prescribed Those indebted to the estate forever are

simple and wholesome pleasures of domes sanctioned!-A foreigner bound for a for to exprcss-Iloldiolt himself! in readiness to requested, to make immediate payment.

tic life:-they abandon the elevating pursuits eign port is compelled by stress of weather give redress to such as may be nggrifved. W. H. WALL, Adm'r..

of a rational creature, to follow tha and the wreck of his vessel, to enter unwillingly It would ba an act of Injustice or ingrati- Key-West, July 6, 1832.

steps of OHO who derides their efforts, and i I our harbor; ho is first of all plundered titude did the subscriber fail to acknowledge I "

who can,scarely be caught by any but those i of his good oni chattels on board of the worth and intelligence of some gentlemen P. Co Qreeia

who pursue .her in a coach and four. How I his vessel; next, at his arrival on shore, sal with whom he has been associated:-

often,have I seen young Indies to whom,as has The which have extended, to transact General
was a ,duty, simplicity of attire vage is charged upon his little all which friendship they Continues : Agcncv
economy well been snatched from the devouring elements; and the kindness and courtesy manifested, Business.
been moral as as a ,
would have a tiersonal .
grace, toil long and late to remodel a -and last, and worst of al// -the U. S. Government gives rise to feeling of regret eeD..t separating Goods taken on Storage &c.

bonnet or a gown, to imitate the dress of or its officer, to make that little from Key West. Regret at;a separation (03): *'He will always be happy to recerraand

i their superior in rank and fortune, and to less-puts in its claim for duties! Twist and from Key, West!-the,much abused execute all orders in his line of Busi:

appear at length in a costume always inappropriate turn it as we may, the plaid facts amount to villainous Key West!-th hordeof, pirates ness.

'and generally unbecoming' ; while, this-that Capt. Griffiths 'h been pretty and of robbers! Aye, Sven so. For Key West, 23lh March, 1831.leery.

fond and foolish parents praise their misdirected FAIRLY PLUNDERED. here has he seen and felt the,gentle clari -'--

zeal and perseverence, and whisper: --o o- .[ tics of life;here, when he arrived a stranger

to a friend "that the dear industrious girls OvxnnoEovs.-TbeShip IlizaFfammcr I andwithoutfrirnJshefounJmany who were .

snake as good 1U appearance as if they spent which wo noticed as being tm i shore at the I I willing to aid;,and... here, py the patronage
their clothes..? The Sacrifice GODDARD & Co. informs
I 100 a year; on tho San borcs, was set fire to some days since .I of those friend's, has he fur three years been IhLENRY and the
of Hmo the growth frivolity, public generally -
,
the
", debilitating effects of petty-views;'petty e- and burnt. It is presumed that ,person enabled to support humclf. These are obligations that during the summer months they can

\ mutations\ and petty devices, on minds intended or persons by whom,it was done, t tobk this not easily forgotten or cancelled. be supplied with first and second quality

expeditious method of getting. at. ie bal- Much ho in the PILOT & NAVY BREAD.
,r for better and nobler pursuit, are as rejoice anticipation of West
Key May 23,1032. 23 t/
not taken into account. :-How often have' I lance of cargo in the hold and Uwcppper returning to las native land-of revisiting: ,

seen matrons exhaust their patience, and I on her bottom. Areward has btow' offered; the domestic fireside, and of rekindling
p h
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s "\. 1 Meet their families, to attain t the reputation :- : for the discovery, of,tbp' ,offendgijSjr ;)lie{ the affections o1'louth-the subscriber cannot Boarding ns

' '. of fashionable; women, fret over a cur O'Hara, British Vice Consul, 'pel should asthe, ship recedes from the shore, but

:tale wtlicb is not in the modof; and purchaser they be discovered we trust that the 'law feel a regret tat he i< about to quit that
anti restrictions for a year in order will its officer 'We this fWtbe sake ,
.penury do hope shore forever/and to leave behind many to ii
>' to civeone gay ball, which careless"The Morning' of'Ule community. If 'such btipces are whom. he ha/been. united by ties of friend. r
"shall publish to a or a sneering
Pos : '
[ -1JO\ often have I seen men, permitted to pass unpunished, ;w/6/ shall all ship. To err, is human: :-the subscriber n/IitS. HOWARD, Jun. has removed
world be' down of thieves and rob. 1T1 from Callo de los Officios to Ko. 9.
and men hf! sense, soured, irritated, and act as a parcel cannot plaid an exemption from the common Calle Obripia.

the pitiful and absurd pursuit bens.SrvrwfEvrt.The. lot /f humanity; he therefore trusts I
i ;ruined In same ... Havana, Jan. 1, 1832. 19 tt: r
I But.it is needless to multiply ,examples .0.0- that Us fiends will deal charitably with Lis -

t, of the fools Fashion's making; we Ship Tennessee, Capt. faults. /To his enemies he has no apologyto CITY ORDINANCES.
all Ogden,one of.the lineof Pac between
.c y, see tflem around us in all directions, of \ .!; they must take him as they have ,
conditions, and of all'ages, absurdly anx- New-York and New-Orleans,dot ashore offLong fotin m.-.41o requests however of all, ORDINANCE 2. Y

ioti9about trifles, and forgetful of tho evanescent Key on Monday l\8t. thcpd inst. at 4 wb /he is absent and there is no one near To regulate Streets, and remove obstruo
nature of the fame for which they o'clock P. M. She was relieved by the lions from the same.
*fend him that
to they will bear in mind
-ffrehunting. Let us do what we will, pbs Wrecking Sloop Sarah Isabel!*, Capt. Si. following, Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and ,

,terity will laugh at our costumes as we have monds. The Sarab Isabella took: out a full Aldermen of the City ofJcyV cst,in Council -
often laughed at those of.antiquity,and our : floated peak of me as I am, nothing EXTEIHUTE' assembled and it is ordained
cargo, and, at high tide,the Ship was iNor set down ought in malice." hereby by
grandchildren'will' stare in astonishment arrivedhere the, authority aforesaid That ho house
over the Reef and ibis day. I wB.. D. STIIOBEL ,
and cfcniempt everyone of the fashionable : r building or enclosure shall remain or encroach
: ascertained. She is laden ,
The not
damage / West .
0
Key Sept. 1832.y
,
of persons our houses, .
ornaments our Street and such obstruction
i upon any every
with Goods,&c.
i and our equipages;which we are now so : Dry .... .- -- ----.- -- shall be deemed n nuisance. '

proud of possessing, or so provoked at His honor Judge Webb Ind family, arri RZARXNBINTELLIGENCE.. Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That

.wanting *.Jkv vertu a cell dhcurcux?soit ved hero on the 7th inst. irVthe U. S. Trans when any Street or Square in-the City: ,shall
'eUo Oit ala; :mode; qu'ellen'y plus, be
QU port Schr. Motto from Pe sacola. obstructed as aforesaid, and complaint of
-ello dcmurevortu"rws : ..... I PORT OF KEY WEST. the same shall be made to the Mayor and

"- -r _. : D1 A. II. DAY bas begin, elected He *'a Aldermen, it shall be the duty of said boardto

TIlE GAZETTE.. Officer of the Port of ICey We4t. ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. appoint fit and proper heraons i to exam

-I Sept. 3. Sloop Brilliant, Burrows, Reef. ine and report to them, if the said obstruct

.KEY ,WEST: Arrived on the 3rd inst. the U. S. Avenue Schr.War? Ann, Appleby, do. tion ought to be removed, and if the removal -

.SEPTEMBEfl 6, 032.f' Cutter Crawford; Capt. Day fro/S& Sloop Alert Neill, Havana. of the same w recommended, by said

. vanah arid a .. Some of the raa oa 4. Schr. Temple, Moore Appalachicola. persons, the Mayor shall order the same to 1
: c.o.i .We."pubUshed' with and Schr. Lucius, Sanderson, wreck of Eliza be removed by the owner or occupant of
o c AT Tnt ; board are sick, haVe been sent o hotel Plummer.
I said building, and a of such order
, ,great pleasure iomo'.time since\a statement The following officers are now attyed. to' 6. Sloop Paragon, Woodward, Havana. shall be by the City Marshal copy served
upon
shewing that thewrecking business was conducted this vessel: 7. Sloop Tickler, Denison, do. the such
liberality the Florida Wrecked Ship Tennessee, Ogden, N. Y. owner occupant of building. a
.with great on R. Day, CapVain. if
; CLEARED. Sec. 3, Be it further ordained', That
I
II.. 'coast,- b far tit least.tIthe private property Ezekiel Jones 1st'Lieutei"do. t. Spanish Schr. Arrimineta, Caldez, Hav. the owneror occupier of the said building
N. C. Coste 2d
[ :- t>f the captains'and passengers was con Brands Martin, ;,3d do,I 6. Sloop Paragon, Woodward, llavaua. shaH fail or refuse to remove the same after

. (' r cerned.-We are Lapp to.add, that none 7. Sloop Tickler Denison,do. the service of notice as aforesaid,shall
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.ta-
; of the regular licensed wreckers te concerned Arrived tho 5th iDst.Jl.. Revenue be the duty of the City Marshal, and he is
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, "'f' in a transaction which it is now our Olm/M/ INEW ADVERTISEMENTS.Flis hereby authorized to have the said houseor
from .
,: Cutter Mariout'CapW. ,
" paiofbl duty to lay erore.tho. public: In m' tick have A j-\ -\r building, or any nuisance,removed from
Mobile and cruize. ,
a Eight
( the Street and the ofremoving
j. making this statement we disclaim! any otb- ; Britannic Majesty's Vice.t onsulate or Square, expense
been ashore. '
also sent the shall be the
er motive than an imperious sense of duty J+,' Kcv WJCST StT.4" 1832. same paid by

*-a duty which-every honest man ought to Arrivcd,on tllo'4th inst. U. |Schoonej" .00Bemarll, and person for owning the amount occupying thereof such exeution, building may,

feet for the suppression of IMPROPER CONDUCT Ariel,Capt. Farfand, from Pe cola arjeJ.'a $ issue as in case of judgments.

i ,which Is the lightest term we can apply cruize. Some of |the crew sictfofficers ;a Passed 28 April, 183$.
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i ,j.. ; We.,are informed by Capt. Grifljitbs, good heal Ui. J i OJIARA, Mayor.PATTERSON .

okthoShip Eliza Pluinmer that w1,near -cato- Atr'J.! DF.n Clerk.
vessel stranded on the SanJbonW TO TilE PURL .,
lay '
e s be paid to the person who will .
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Key West, she was boarded, by certain persons : With this number of the & West Gazette WILL such information as will lead to "
ORDINANCENo.3.To
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i from the !Smacks; Paragon and. North the subscriber closes l hEditoria ca- tie conviction of such person or persons as

"America and-eenatD.boats that.these ind' *,; freer" Whether hU duties.b| ;;,been well were enga? .i1 in setting fire to the -wreck of prevent the running at large of Swine ov
the British Ship Eliza Flummer. Goats within the limits cf
t determine. Corporation
viduals sin entering his cabin proceeded to :or ill performed the public rf O. O'HARA. West. -

hit lockers a tnostiobber-like man. He is conscious of having1/ ne the, best Key .

i open and began to make free with his Cham- his circumstance allowed1'/:.having pub- F Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alden
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nor, MAIL
and Madeira wine-knocking off the fished no article uqderthe otorial sanction ARRANGElIEN'rs.TilE men of the City of Key West, in Council
pain
necks of the bottles and drinking the con which be does not believe/' be true; and : Mail Packet, carrying the United assembled, arid it is hereby ordained the by
the authority of the same, That after r
tents. tJpoaCapt. G. protesting againstthis of having to the best of y ability promo Mail between Key West and Swind found i
Cbarleston,w ill leave the former on tie 15th leasing of this ordinance,all
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course, they replied "that so soon as a ted the interests of the olDnh 1 itJ. Ao and the laj eroa the first of each month. running at large in any of the street, or i

fi vessel was bilged they had as much right to apprehension obtains best among, some of All letters and papers, to be conveyed within the corporation limits of Key West, \

t Ler as the Ct; ftrT." About 39 dozen bottles our best citizens,'that bfnaking public the must be deposited in this office by B o'clock, shall be taken into the possession of the City

i! ff of.wioe> ale and porter the private improper acts of IltDIY tAU, an impression A. M. of tie 15th No letters or papers ot Marshal, and the owner or owners thereof s' \'"
t will be any description can be sect by this packet, shall to the Treasurer of the Corporation i
stores of th4 Captain,were. thus destroyed unfavorable thejjnjmunity Doles ia the Mail. pay
f -This was not all these parties, on 'their produced abroad. Qtr*otherwise will be II. 9. WATERHOUSEP M. < the sum of One Dollar for each and r

arrival at Key West, xpres&ed,their determination the case; it will COD q? the world that although Key-West, Aug. 28th, 1832. < every; hog sow or swine, so found running and \\ '
at to him hert
large belonging
to dalai salvage upon the private Key West, litfother places, las its on noication.
the
their failing to do .
on so :
a t property. of i$fCaptain and bit pas.engen.; bad men-it also poses some,who are determined DR. B. B. STROBEL intending short Marshal is hereby directed to cause the said ,' ,/
to[ascertain the value of these to eDforc lawn of their coun to leave Key West,requests all persons .
\ tn I fc Otc t tog, sow or swine, to be sold at public outcry tJ I
indebted to him
Were sold at public auction try and to protect f>unfortunate who may to make payment on
b. artlclt -bet : before the 1st of September next; those : the proceeds of which sale, after deducting I..
gptife rtictes sold wero,the followsheep. be cast upon our s es. Great as has been to; whom be M indebted will present their the expenses incurred by him, and l

,,. .3 turkeys, a few chickens the moral imprvvejpnt of Key West thereis I accounts forhaymeet. the above specified sum per head, he will r

.&OZOp..s. _nil >A few' turUo. One still abundant |.I m for morr; and .until August, 163"2. pay over to the owner or owners therecll : .'


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61). ,$"j to r prevent their. jumping/ from and of the City of Key West, in Council!.. .. ::r Bo it -ordained T7--z------by the Mayor ahl\lllJe in full force ana ojxsrali6a Ii fy aide ..r"

of shall OQ shot d. 1.oord r>f Aldermen of the Cityijy such slaves; and all arch remedies m _._'-
.. y after the second day May, semblcd, and it is therefore Ordained by] provided to said section aforcsaU.sSlall fend

by the City Marshal,or any person authorized the authority aforesaid, 'FhatallVessd' : West, That any master of a'rshing may be pursued towards such elate..

by him.Passed uf War stall be subject to the following a Pilot into the Port of Key Sec. 9. Be it further odained, That a the

28 April, 1832. rates of pilotage': l1, if jrpokcrr by a Branch Pilot,be of ono half of'one per centum be, and the"" ,'

O. OHARA, Mayor. ? Sec. I. All Vessels of War pt'r loot (6 take him; and he is hereby ,same hereby laid on all improved roil estate ..

ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Clerk. / drawing Sand hot more than 14 :I to dischat o any other person who in aid city t and one half of one per .'

'''''I' feet may have offered his services: to pilot said centum on all nnirnproved real estate in
'" : : : $2 00
ORDINANCE ? 4.\ and than \esscl into this harbour-with6trt paying him raid cittProvided, said unimproved real
Drawing 14 not more
estate shall not be valued at more than
for the and should the master of
To Tax Pedlars and'Transient Traders 18 feet, : j : 2 2i same; Twenty-five\ Dollars per acre; which said
Sec. 1: Be it ordained, by the Mayorand Drawing 18 and not over 21 feet, 2 6w laid vessel refuse to do so, and persist in value, as well of improved as of unimproted 1 1\\

Aldermen of tho City of Key West, i in Coun Over 21 feet, : : : 3 0 keeping the said unauthorised person on real estate,shall be estimated and assessed g

cil assembled and it is hereby ordained by Sec. 2. All Merchant V cspN'Ii !,board, he shall be liable to pay the full amount on oath by two disinterested persons .1 1
aforesaid That of pilotage to tho Branch Pilot so appointed by this Board. j
the"authority any person gels drawing 5 and not over 12
him Sec. 10. Be it further ordaraed That all
within the limits of the City of speaking ,
coming resident of the feet, shall pay : : $1; Sec '2. Bo it farther" ordained, That all taxes provided for by the foregoing setitioo,
and
not being a
Key West, All above 12 and not over 16 feet, 2 Pilots bonrdiuJ.any vessel bound into the shall after giving twenty dajs notice t that
Island and havinga 1 Store therein: who shall All 16 and not above 18 feet 215
over the effect to the owner, or owners, or age it of
Port of Key West shall shew to master -
sell or dispose of any goods, wares or merchandize All above 18 feet shall pay such estate, be sued for by the said Mi rshaj
except live stock and poultry,, Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or depart. of the same his Branch, and shall also before the said Mayor or Mayor pro tent,

within tile limits of the City aforesaid, shall, ing through the North West Passage shew a copy of the regulations relating to by proper action, together with {be co ts I fbrservingsitch

to vend or dispose of Pilot*. notice. / W
before he proceeds and drawing 4 feet or up'wards
the same, pay to the Treasurer tho City, except such as are herein Passed Junb 1 Id, U!12. Set 11, Be it further OrdaIned, 7hat

Ten Dollars, and obtain from tho Clerk of after mentioned, shall pay / 00 P. C. GREENE, Mayor P. fc R"nch assessors! shall, for their service ii estimating
Alexander Patterson Clerk. and assessing1 aforesaid, rccciV,
the City, a License specifying tho objectfor All vessels bound through tho Nort 'cst the sum of Teh Dollars, out of any molt
-
which the same is granted.Sec. Pass, and touching at Key West f the ORDINANCE--No. 0. in tho Treasury of said city not otbcrwij ,
2. Bo it further ordained, That: any purpose of landing passengers, let., or appropriated.Sec. .

person coming into the limits of Key obtaining supplies of provisions, \ >d or An ordinance! the City to raise of Key a rercntio West.la and for' 12. Bo it further o/Jained, TI) t +. '

West, who may be subject to this Ordinance I water, shall depart without being?Jcrt to Where any owner, ewners,or agent of a
and fail to comply with the first) the above ordinance, unless the lUl-'r' of See 1. He it ordained by the Mayor ana improved or unimproved real estate, w
the Clt of
Aldermen bf
section thereof, shall be fined Twenty Dol the said vessel shall rejuesla} Pill Jo take: Board West That of from and after the first} day Key of shall oo oath, before the Mayor and AM< "

lars,to be recovered before;: the Mayor. charge such vessel) and take lie/ut o\c+r June ,next, it shall and may he lawful for men, say that his estate has been too) high
of
rhutt tbe said ;
it be
assessed
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That allY the Bar; for which st-rvic/she en receive ant nnd every person, being a citizen or in* and !Aldermen, or a duty of Ute ;jDont May ,

person who may hate his goods. waresor tho usual' rates of Pilotaje. All/lots I! detained habitant of Key West aforesaid, to keep to proceed forthwith quorum to assess nufch csfet

merchandize sold or disposed of by any on board of any vessel, I the request open in said city any billiard room br rooms, winch( assessment shall be final I' j

person established and doing ;business ns a of her commander, shall i/eivc/ for to retail dry goods or>> groceries, of both, to Passed Mat SI I, 1832. l ''
in tho of Dollars sell! roods; on commission, or when appoint .
Commission Merchant City Key each and every day's n-rvicw 7rro O. O'HAIU, Mayor. "
\ the Governor of Florida auction .
be from the provisionsof aid l aho\'t.1 pilotage. rdj by Alexander Patterson, Clark.ORDlNANcENo. .
West, shall exempt per day, over ) within the limits of said city, upon receiving ,
this Ordinance. Fishing Smacks aid Wreck* Vessels:: a license to such effect under the hand ,.

Passed 28 April, 183 J. shall not he subjecf$io this ord./nec. noil 1 scat of the Clerk for the time being of ) 10. j

O. HIARA' Mayor.AXKXATOCK Sec. 4. BeitGn-'herordauW; That any I said city, who is hereby authorised and rep I Concerning Dog i \ ,

PATTKUSON Clerk. vessel having prpsrd the Duo/on the liar quired to issue the tame under the conditions : Bed \. BciVvrdtinedbythcMayorand

': of the North West Passage, /fore having and provisions hereinafter set forth. I Board Aldermen of 1111I tits of ..,, J. .. ti... I
ORD1NANC /-No. 5. been boarded ly a Pilot, shawot be obli Sec 2. Do it further: ordained, Thai That from and after th\\r ssage of Mils' acts"the ,I
of such licenseas
to the
issuing
Tor preventing the intnenction of Cholera gee} to take f/le, same; but i infcase a Pilot previous is herein contemplated! any and directed'the'' owner of every dog \ij gs,founel"V'l' '; !"i'1\

into the City ofKey West. the goes on board by tho rCflue/of her Cap patty applying for tlie same shall pay or tiro precincts of said, city> 1'0011)i ;: :r :\

Whereas, a certain disAse known by ta/n, then he shall reecho t/J/ usual pilot- cause to be paid unto tile said Clerk for the for the same and everyone of tjf' :, 'fi' ;. '11

name of Indian Cfeefcra, present prevailing ate. mo, 'of the aid city, the sum or sum follow- tho rate of one dollar for ever :,. :,'L '.1 P
in the Northpirts of Europe, in to wit Ten Dollars for c Billiard fetrtaW
incd That all ? : three dollars for every Fo "
Be it further
of the most fatal 'cbi actef\and as such I Sec.. 5. or West Tale! ; for tIe retailing of dry goons or gro cd to the Use of said city of ';' .. :I
bound the Por ot "
into Key .
disease may: be intro need into our own .vessels ceries.. Ten Dollars-and if both, Fifteen '
vessels: traflng with that quarter 'land spokenby a Pilot-Bp Chica bearing Dollars; for selling roods by auction, oh' tho Sec. 2. Be it further or/ l !
porn, by : ,
of the_GloTi'e Northor North-Westc':/ shall pay full gross amount of sales ono quarter of. pRb persons owning any dog' .F :

Bo it, twrcfore ordained by pilotage a/ the same rate w though she per centum; and each and every commission within the space of three .,;+! !, ';:

tfio Sec. 1.and Alder en of the City of I had been'brought in OVf/the main Ship merchant shall pay the sum of Fifteen tol passage of this act, pay! f "',".;,:;: ,: .;

Mayor That all wsiels arriving from" Channel Bar. All vessel arriving and not lars per annum. the bald city bf Key Wf :;
Key West, Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, that any
before
Jeen ajrilot passing''tbo the tat section of t' '
spoken by
having by
where the aid tkcaseexists, and billiard .
ports or places every person keeping open any ',, : ,1
1 shall bo taken by thdIJI tfi
j,r'' -:_- ""tJWard. to tlteQwa-: miles from the Light llitao on Key West ;. or selling any goods! in said city, either city is hereby requir'rJU": ;" t Jr

'. r man only be subject tojpay half pilot, : : by auction or as commission merchant,without any person applyinf I ;": t l'

ra:; .. .. t. f.. Hit if not spoken anti after passing ti iJoresaid having: first obtained a license for such IwingslieiVtithoWi : .: I" .
of > '/ limits in 11m ese she shall be shaH beand he is hereby made lia1. which *;: :
,.. "Stn. l. .. .i',' ; purpose! tl 0 tilt;; for .
tKF A cmpted frompayingffiy pilotage. t .'. to forfeit and pay for every siich act, and charge and receive: J 1 t ,
:/.v ol si t. I' of the the of 0 ,
for '
repetition same sum t., ',
every '
;; ', Jk :*--tl J.> r t'f.1,111..1, .' Sec 6. Do it furth ordained, That nil Fifty Dollars, to be sued for and recovered cents: and th eco' '' "If'! (;:

't'li, ''.-, ,&., ;v.ilK'itgLt:; n. ,:"".l' ,. .! fesscls arriving throw t the West Pass, and with costs of 8uitbeforethe.layororl\lay-! act having been f '. ; ; :''
". \ . lie East end of the D? Rocky to the WrstjTftnl said complying she ,'1:' ,
,';:. ilC';tl1.OW'IC. I' "jf .t 0.;: or pro tern of city- ono half to ..the.NwwWitl "so / '
.8 fl4tjtt: "{fJ t"t: :;,' ,;. I' '\ }f .S } of Bawl ke7)Mzlng eollttiTT3t,ohaH. C<'intptmer-or lnf'tn"'t'II-tho- h is dog or dogs i ', ; ::i i

i f.t?; .te\; "!tsaT! n" l L' i 11 't n I' t' ', -, .tl, : day full pilotage, bJ if not spoken until mnining half to the use of said city. for the space ofSec. / t .' ,'
; ; :' the! aiforcsai I limits:, and being See 4. Bo it further ordained, That nothing 3t fi ',
hM'a passing
\ fc \f'11t
Be
-vf 3.
.-
.
be
this contained shall '
I in act so con
; 'itv.'J, ,na ft .::1" \ tTyr .. three miles from Kw West Light,only half Marshall of : !! l'
the
license t.'j
airi(a structed as to keeping open of. \ .
,. ; !. r+ r'n.' "'i}' )ilotago'shall be ikovcrcd, but if spoken ', ,
I. : ;;airi. r any billiard room after eleven clock on cd to kill an- .< t
,,11(1; I '("Hid"y; : .' S :\1.1, ,', gt '' '.1": after passing the a/qrcsaid/ limits, shall be Saturday evenings, or at any time during largo in the// ; /. :t.: r ;+1

d;:;! ..,., < :m i-'.1.! rt :,' {'C!,. .\ .' :exempted from pang pilotage. the- Sabbath. have note e ".;. lb s rs
'U.
l
iii "a' :,.. 4..art 'tjtl."III", Scc7. Be it'fJlhef I ordained, That all Bee. 5. Be it further ordainedThat all visions of I '. -i. 'l'o.r:: ;
.
'J', 'n> Vhr Vf-WiJ":: W: < .. Pilots who shall b og a vessel into this Port licenses issued as aforesaid, 111 'immedU / .; '? *** '\\h' 'i.
In;. i shall be entitled her out unless the atcly take effect, and be in force for the sum ox vl; : i

i"A' ,'"" ,. ,I ., .1'\\1".,. IJ.. ..., .r".J.' '. ;commander can (p hew carry good and sufficientcause space of one year from the 6rst of June 80 des I ; }, (/. .L y$""'I'..,.-.r' '"' ". I J,..:):. ..
". \ next; and that fur every such license 10 issued Serf ,fe&r H : < '(. I
I .; S ,,; ..mJJJ fail I i It .: to the con wry. Any vessel arriving thc said Clerk;shall receive the Bum ) .?,:, <&&.'.'A, .v.'v; :.: '......
ri d h thib a.o u at this Port wit, lit a Pilot, shall have lib- pe-o '. j' '" '.;.".'. ', ,"", ..". "
i'.? IS''P, of Two Dollars for his own use. city/' :. '.::".'*,:!'.' '......1.,.':. .. ., .,' 1
', .; erty to depart yithout a Pilot, unless the Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That from t. '; ',\'" ',,: '" 1

j.'r; 't : r "lif I S\' ..'fi'I Captain should ftisb one. and after tho said first day of June next, all dog 'n''.t'M.,. '..J,.. 1

. : :d'j.lHh".l.'Pl, Sec. 8. Bet further ordained, That free negroes and inulattocs, whatever sex, cif',' .,... .",vI\ ..:...o" "'"( i i
'
r '
I 'A.I .... '.' each and ever/ Pilot wishing to obtain a shall pay or cause to bo paid unto the City q' ; r '" :.,, 't.\S: ""TI'i'" 'I I'J ,
..
-: ., tlc Marshal, the sum of One Dollar per bead I,:.. LI. ,.' ''';: "
to '.
shall ;
';, .. iE,7 Branch, rake application Mayor ;." < .Ff' : 1
1'd\ : annum for suck free or mulatto <.<. 'j' .. "f' ,.
every negro
$ r tit l.\u.Jr1 and Aide ion, and Iteforo lie obtain per I. ,, I.R:.' ''I!'
I
t.t ,iI) ",. fj. ;?: :- I of the ago of fifteen years or over; and .J :-"-, : .t" ; ;;
.. ., .... ., .l "'i'liA't.'iI'2.\j.t< r+ taa,<, :;r < rs : such, he; the !
r >
-1 1 ,
wv, t f ]
Committee .
examinatmi before a ; : ; ,
; ::;iT iC : competent years of age and over ten ,tan, the 'I, ," "t : ', .
"''.r'rt: eft... JJv\.,... "P ,;" to beconslituted by the Board, to sum of Fifty cent per annum-Ahq Vvlibla'to .) ,(i?''. > ,\. {::i:", : Jt t'I
':" .' I,' "t. : ( ,j.Y t h I examino suni applicantand if liebefotfnd be received to the use of said city-fa' h, .,.,}, i. .......<>....IJ.t"/, .i". ." ,; ',' .. {;r, '.
,. '1H! ;it lil" I"', J Clerkto which the said Marshal shall all -, -" ,."r.'f."JI, .)..' '. 1 '
: .W. competent shall be the duty of the give to surf "c', ." ; IIi .l.\\....,,' :. '
\ '
\
Uai4ou ... i' ia .0.'. grant ailrancli to such npplic receipt, which shall as al license/ ;. .."' v'."."... >J 1. !
shall not be lawful for anf person within the said Bvncli shall be signed by the Mayor operate '"" >- '. .
'( "I ; ;
limits shall one year from the first day of Juno tr ;. :<..,;,;.;,[1 ; }. .!,,
the limits of the City (wjich for wljch the applicant shall pay to theCorporat' and tn default df such ', -. : ''i ; !;. .
o '
1" construed extending s far PS Eluta- Five Dollar, and one Dollarto or any one of them failing!negroes to .>.,' \".,I.;" '.,..J.-. ;'" ...- ."'1'' 4"-'.'I'" .J..1..

. beth street,) to'fire off or c scharge any firearms the Cllk.! it shall, be required of each the provisions of the first clause m'Yb :.1- \. ; r' .'" ..;','. ;''. . ;
of any description tever,or to discharge and ever! Pilot, before he receives his or tion, the Marshal of said city, '. "; I.t' ."- :(:M'Jfd Ii' "'.i .
.
any Crackers, or her fire works their BI Ich, to give good security in the five days notice thereof, shall : ,,'" '. r. "1.y.. :: ..;.. .J'. ", '
.
whatever And any oersu .violating theprovjsionsof sum of foe Thousand Dollars,for the faithful dies of such negroes or muIattoeSvertiic }/* ,.:: '.-1\:.J, .',>' .") < .
this ordman shan be' fined rmanco of his or their duty as and sell the said negroes otoes ; ; a ._ ;. '"
per .
for such and oraucb av : ,
for each an every jf fence{ Branchrilot.Sec9. period 1LA .. Ji!; 1
FITO
Dole ;
.
be as will pay and satisfy the taxes hey : :.:
fljall '
xW failure to 11 I same, Be it further ordained That if "
tnd pay posed them, together with \ ..' '. ;, .j'
upon ,
not exceedin ten da/s. Plot shall in out of i :. ",' I
imprisoned any bring or carry able costs of such attachment,, ::.. t. 'y." '
Sec. 2. De It further ained That ifany.fr this Iprt any vessel or vessels, for a less doing be shall in every such case ; : ,' ',"t'f"' < :' i ,

negro,or mulatt shall: l/ire off ortuinafge sum tfan he is lawfully: entitled to, to the over and above for his own setvij '. .". ". f i.,."r'f. t .

sty fire arms, d disrfiarge any IJfeju/ice of any other Pilot, he or they, on such free negro or mulatto, the su/ .' '.'J;' ''';; ," ;'io.. *TV''
\ be taxed in his bill of/ ., t\ 1. _...,.,; <
whatever Dollars, to
:
other O
'f crackers any tirejvorB conv lion thereof, shall forfeit and pay to ,;, ''f ". .,
contrary to this ordinance he r they BO offending Incorporation, Twenty Dollar, over and Sec. 7. Be it further ordainedry :, ,,;.';,..t'.i ; e
s/all be fined such free negro or mulatto ., \. ." jjI"> ". \i" "' ,
for the first oflenje shall "' : '
abov what the pilotago amount to, and told shall for tbe time hit ," 1. t ) :t.\_,, ;.. !1'.
I refusal .. "- ",",,,,, .,,, .. : wt
fM or to ---
Five JIollars and andoll in relation to of :. .'1' "y"" "
; upon controversy any part sidered the property of the 'p ;';.,: Mc'if', .
i ,pay/ he same, he or they slaureceive twen- thi Ordinance, shall be sided by theM Sec. 8. Be it further orda )l; ::'f. ," ''\'qi't'J': : t. : .

\ ti I ty/ashes; and for theseo oflence, he or, subject, however, .0 an appeal to owner,or owners, or agent' '.' .,., ; : ". .' .

i I 1.1. they shall receive thirtHlne, lashen' and tI Board of Aldernicn. shall,on or before the said .I.' -r:t .., ,...t, ,!,,:' :I"tl.,. 1.; ,, .., '" t,,,'J' ,.

same for each oflenci'/iereaner. 10. Be it further ordained, Thata next, pay to t.beaald Map f/ :'. :-1.';t'1 ::" ,,\t'Jc, : ."
(' Be it further joined, That slave overtbe age of ftp ee :. ;;"> ;
Sec. 3. 0 any peison subject to this Ordinance and I '' :;f"Y'. .
; giving informatio juf a violation of filing to comply with the same or refusing. fifty; twenty-five cents- ,./. ... :' 'i a...: .'. ..r fi
3 person aDd / .;<': y
I fur the use of Sold c .
,; this shall be itled to one half '
"io / ordinance u pay any costs or fines in consequence said Marshal hereby 1', .iIry. at
I the monies collected of person ofTen issued :: v
.' icreof, execution may be against ed to give a sufficient rcelpt <> iTj''J. : : '
'" ding. rem by the Mayor, as in case of a judg- : thalLo'peratefts a "e.oct .
\ -'I' Passed 28lb April c it. I of,oaf yjtarfrom t' < .,: "

S i O. jI ItA, ,1lagor, Passed 30th April, 1832. for tie keeping of sin I; t''I' 3r

i / : Alexander Patterson, l O. O'IIARA, Mayo case abe said ow .
'': of suck'stave or slat .
.! ALEx: DEK PAmiBsox: Clerk. '
.
: .ORDINA C No, 7, I lect to comply*wit a
rttion, tbe s: it ..
t, i To regulate tLe 1 tong for the Port ofraWjAUcrmen SUPPLEVIENTAHVto an Ordinance repulatiDg |te manner d. .. y... ,

Kf.Jjft Pilotage for tic Port of Ke)- ',.don; and a .,.

t it ordained bythe Ma WnL I,..N fee"s"'iJ'i' T'

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.. those witb whom we Ita \c j COMMKnCIAL DAILY AUVMTI Eft.
114 or THB trampled by AND /expc'ctcTthal'will r
i' "' .ff'l1ifntauTS AND FREE TRAI '" federated at home Ilcnce.is is vital i A Journal of Commerce, Scicn$<.Literature Bering tl.0 paper. It/i |they

i ,,.,r' ;EVENING: #OST. poi tant that the power should be e.0 n and the Arts retain in their hands! In pcr cent of
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which alone can compel strictcon tni I nv (lIJfM$ & bunvEA. the amount received, hs a remuneration
,'fTnllEI establishment in Charlestonof i iJL an resides i the for
of the Charter., That power THE CITY is' one of their trouble. :<
,additional Newspaper,devoted* to the, each State Sovereignty It is tilt! t oldest existing Jou tore 'St 1ca. 'Editors of with
4 support of their been deer-;' night of sovereign Interposition to'm tune with few papers whom \\&
>. r' ed expedient by the STATE RIGHTS and the usurpation of Federal agents. 'Ttie, ei| Under many proprt been Americanand change,;requested to give the above /n
have always '
exceptions the
insertionand
FREE TRADE PARTY* < favor will be reciproc"
istence this
of
from
neglect
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late
EVENING Of years, '
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popular. r.jan
of this,det rmio1loD, TUB principle of oar Cbhstitutionisnonevjdoc- its influence and tcd r.\
other cause,
POST will.be commenced asa Daily. Evniog -, trine j.it is coeval)with ourrederalpouty; i more than any had visibly decliocd. Within the ; 1st, 1032. '? .;1-, '

r; ;x Journal..o soon.ai the requisite offiarrangemtsntaxatt < and was asserted by its founders and ,contemporary Watronage last however, the present proprietors, sdThe

be completed. expositors. This principle is year course of policy, following article originally appeared
Kdving entered upon a
) Thoxp6jitical .tenets to which the Evninjr -' characteristic feature distin in this We
the proudly of the :
IVbre Consistent with the politics paper republish it on
accountof
devoted arc familiar
,PosfWill bo so : Federal
not
t, to' tbi, community, have been no long .the guishrng in their ours from elements.other Republics In the latter, a I With,and having made numerous additions having lately seen u copy of it in a Dos.
.permanent subject of discussion by the of \\the mechanical improvements of their ton paper, with many errors and inaccuracies -
Constitution is, in fact,by a symbol pub. in and
prca and. havo.been so often and triun! lie opinion,is construed by and varies with, .Utlishment by fitting it out 0 anew in the latitude, l longitude\ and bearing

:" If vindicated by the first minds in our the changing will of a majority ; while i in dagme type, and on a larger than heretofore sheet and of some of the Light, Houses. It is cr .

t 4 ': ).\ 5ban l ,,and''io the Federa1'couneils, that it our,Republic a guardian power preserves it I description claim to, and have of paper been favored with a;; dent if this erroneous statement be followed -

;r-.!:f' r. ,, ado offelieu
tan' ho following exposition -
: ,
format recognition of such a right and far from
.. Cd of a more detailed political creed. The a including new subscriptions and gtnelverUsiog. so being a guide to warn hirp
"I ,,' have been '
on the face of the Charter.would Within the last their'lis from danger will suNect him
r year to the
: '' : ee, Trade willbo advocated as the di< very
'i : I superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily .
I
,!;:,,.' \ wry tote C'an ,.enlightened) policy-as a:priv from formation of a compact between patrons' has been swolleiTby an acn difficulties against which our publication;

/j.r'f ,:' r 'I ;o.the. people,Wlu'ch,Impartial justice independent'sovereigns having no ce of more than Three Hundred Citizen was intended to guard: ,We advise Editors -

.: lf ', u !sTronv' the rulers of every country- umpire. Asa feature of our poll1 \ to. which new names are with littlo to publish the following which may be
common ion almost added. The -
S exc ;
daily proprieh.in
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:;S; ., !f 'J fid ]'arighfwhlcb.lnDurs.illguaranteed relied accurate
ical system, it is of course a political,not a merit on as :
that
orlor th J better encoiineinenUof'which -
: be"Constitution. The framers of that <
(
:i-:
i regolutionaryright.( Formed.for the prjtec it is their For the information of Mariners
nerated instrument withheld from the equally} generally
tion pf a 'minority from ,the usurpations ot much we havo from the
cJeral : the to protect mann pridnid pleasure,to acknowledge so proceed Collector
agents power :
ctur s by.restrictiveduties ; it has been, I the Federal authorities themselves, and has bin received, '(from their friends and ot the Port, the following schedule of the

... urped.by..a ,pcrvefsioia of the, revenue: from the thcsubserviency usurpation of a majority those authorities exercised, fellow'izens4have established in'connection situation of the Light Houses along the

-'cri, and its exercise,involving' sectional. Constitution through itself needed a protection. vli their office of business, spacious Florida shore, under his superintendence
,, i sectional Readil i Room, Jo which, the chief Public
salon for aggrandisementi Florida
', ,
hot Cape .-
Reliance for that protection surely wa Sationary. Situated -
i, leceasarily,produced sectional exas- Journ find tbei way' and are carefully
either whom on the Sbuth of
placed in oftheparties against {joint Key Biscaytie
filed in Union.-
S ( ration which endangers the permanency ; \m all the,States our ,
j\j ; it was provided as a shield. Tie Supreme about 400 yards the beach
in- Tbis is free m\h all its facilities,with- The
:'U e Union. It is impossible that the I '
\'f
;....:' rei parties'can tolerate legislation so man Court being one of tho Federal agents,wa out ch \e. to all pUrons of the Gazette.A Light may be consijered. 70 feet above tIll
entrusted with its
i not, therefore, political PrWs Current mletter level ot the sea dstant from
'I Hi regua weekly the
", .; lest T nnju t and unequal m operation Nor could the engine of the Gulf
guardianship.
:,; Without: first proving, which is impossible, majority-the ballot box-have been considered -, form ar'i1on a Sne paper suitable Stream about 7 miles. Vessels]! drawing
that thobenf fits of the protection are equal as the; safeguard. The sections ot cor JQnde1ce, Carefully collected, 10 feet may approach within 2 i-2 miles

:1 1 ly apportioned to all the States; it is a gross: minority can exert no influence on the representation with the Vast correct timate' of the true of the Light. Iat. 25. 47 N.-Lon"
[ .absurdity 'to contend that the burdens of sectional Theresponsibility conditio the marks and put upon the 80 :'
of a majority' <
the Ta.riff'pre s equally.upon all. If, then. most advatagf ous. term,to all that come W.Lightip
\ of representatives butsccure isu\d Fl\rida\ is situated Ca-
under tLUliss.is also from the office on
it consumptioratxclusively, ai s
its be defenders a tax on vainly arg.no'; operation ispet ; : their fidelity to their respective constituents of the pro'eton.) Their> leading Room, ryford's Reef near.thcE.ro; of the old one,
and the representatives of a minority; where die informat be had in Lat. 25 08 No
glaringly unequal/and it becpmcs'' ntiifee rHeat n may LOJJg. CO 27 W. It
people to submit to' its unautliorisec can effect nothing against the antagonist' is free alikto patrons, strap en .in the citrsdinjf is easily distingiriJied, as two distinct
the of ,
interest which representatives a majority -
n '$ ,Mlu; leas'is it to be tolerated, be compelled by their constitu iy, and mars of vessels to'thistheyrnike Lights arc shown,: rhic; can generally bo
4A ent that we 4re not only ar i may port. :To tee improveme 1st.\ seen at the distant of *> miles.
eats to enforce In'utter disregard of the additi& affording faAiliHea'to the Its Ob-
I ed as consumers, but that the is Charter.? The principle, therefore, is de> scan of leiioi and business klike hitherto jectis to wirn/vcaa. 4 Jt*!t1 the dangerous

snit pf the the protective Southetn producer system solatia*-that the,Constitution It at the disv''' I unknown- 'SIMMS & D RYEA, V rocks and aljoi, tie, r-vmcli: it is placed.

sin tion of pf your agricultural intc cretion of_ a' majority;and must bo quietlj No 4]road street, Charleston.ttr Key IVr'rt Ugh stands on the S. West

surrendered Besides,except to their in the wisdom Parliamentary and justice.tnnt _(O: Subscr tiona, received this etfic, Point'of.the! Islam of Key West' is in

solidity in the objection to actions of the two houses of Congress.-oui THE 'WEEI JY HORNING COURIER', Lat. 24,1-J ng. .8-SiW.: ; erected -

at others are' blindly subtils frame of government no where recognizesthe AND I IYORK ENQII R. for'thtfientering rpose gui( ri t'i when

which', are overwhelInmoh consolidating rule that the will'o(a mawjority ihc'r barbon oi the directions for

: Dot justification.with ourselves It shall govern. The President may be On Saturda the ,2Cih Jan\n t.ilioi.i.( which are as follows Bring the Light' to
t elected by a minority the people ; a ma- bear N.N.W and H Sand
Key Light to
\e dangers: and degrada- jority of enators representing States, the Proprietors of tfe, Morning Qouriir$ N. bear W.S.W. and'tou
cross the Reef in
\it behoves us'to leavee W
York Intend the
of whose population are a miner Enquirer} publishing!
shall have repelled aggregate ah ut 5 fathoms .% r; run for Kev West
,ty of the whole people, may reject a mea largest folio shed ever issued, a YX&kly J
i
Light until wlihiri miles then'
irties. The Evening'tort the coin all that during o_ steer
sure unanimously passed by representative Newspaper! to appears > '
to resistance of| in the other Houso and MY. until you" l Floernittg's Key-
.of the people the week injter daily paper. ,Ji'will
rominent enormity io the other which is a:Mangrov land in the Northern
vice versa, .a bare'majority \
be published on &\ff with new .
li which has been paper
house reject a passed by the ctrJ., I jf tbe-haritar a';tllCn ron for it
ithe Free System :may measure; ; and to place it wi in the reach of all ,the best ,
anchors
unanimous, voice of the Representatives of ce in the of
Y-- jt ben, and which, if the States In the Senate-The President sea of the comma y, it will be a1T'riled ,flo llnT1Jout. Iieight."(Cthe upper part House

nlicj'ofthecounV single individual, may'put his veto on the to subscribers nt tlJ educed price of three from the levcl9(the sea.S.Wfl List inches

: _} R S *Iconsolidatet6e.sever the bond deliberate o.ct'or both Houses; and the Said.go.otik& Dollars, per annum yable'allttlj:& in ad Light stationary: \
i > ,
.. aiprema'Court..boldinao/Gce.:
.,
a f
: )limitless,irre* election but ":-- '- l1icf'V Saad.licy' Lightrllevol, in
I not bl'c by appointment, may In o Seque iJfPapers once
j,Evening Post, set aSIde' the concurrent enactments( in New York,d rmining not to-boart 54 seconds:- Tt iscoastjS the' 1Jcst'.Li' ;'Sn the
-L ement as tin House Senate, and President. The' .W. by "S !{
S -'" Jf favoritism pow vessels and receive thur news on Sunday, 1Kf1.,
,
er to, protect the Constitution could Dot West Ljgh\-sftuat dreetly; 1 nit-.Red:
> the Publishers of the ourier & Enquirer
M CI Ca"s
1. have been rationally, intrusted to the .rhc !>
Kk very Light'10 feet above flit' Ses,.
: .
ThVtcen
JvH l j exorbitant majority from which the'danger violation have lately] invested Thousand: dollars

-_ -r \!chart rIng was apprehended It would have been indeed in a separate: new s to.blishment, cxrv- of Torluga.t'\Light-StatoMrj.I7fjwO
z : the
manifestly committing' keys of thejhouse; to listing: of one Schoo of ninety tons, Dry Tbrtugas Islands, near; iJ""cst

SSS g the exit the safe eeplng of those, distrust of whom one of sxty tons, and lie necessary rojboats. cm e tremitj'rrlbeR rm-Lat/2? (1 N.

t he Surfaced will suggested the propriety of l eks. The, now- This establishmtat is supported at Long. 83 IO/1Y. i iKWe 1
i ,
*, : erwaa wisely hCt'with the several State i an annual expense of N 1e Thousand dollars -
Sovereipnties-aDd thus not only was there
i and -vessels from I boardedat
will ape aro
provided 'a definite rule of action for the I ,
stant Federal Government,but a power to render sea and their news die minated through \ 'J.

inoperative,that is to nullify,their uoautbo the country with great d patch long be SEGAR J

the rised and irregular action.So .' fore they reach thu harboii. MJWUFACT0RY,

: r far as a,congeniality[ of views mat ex I In its politics, the Cour r & Enquirer isis %sr. 'u UT IfLta ibis opput.iit' -

ist, |In relation to these principles, the Evening I purely Democratic-ad Wring to the prin- !' ,'-' ; : oCinor-

Post is pledged to the State Rights ; ciples arid usages of the publican Party, ming the.b tic, Uld lie, has Gtab1ishedA.

and Free Trade, Party11 and as the support and ,TAtTng.the: re-dmon of General SEOArt'DLi"Yt'TAQToty' at IctWest
to be efficient,must mclude'tho Ile
of measures, 1D sorhls'J th"
Jackson to the Presidency Its columnsare bed
support of men. its humble aid will be Itjp fCNI
TobaL'coJrom ,
zealously contributed to extend the person alike devoted to Foreign nd Domestic ; t f
al influence and promote the political ad Intelligence Morals; Literature and the Sears tW oat quality,And of every

lancemeut of those statesmen who'devote Fine Arts. In morals, nomer, it does .descnptionroaybi'r 5 )atliy't tablishment.

iemsclvcs to the good cause,which is idcn- not act upon the creed of Fnatics or Bigots ( AH ordeA' .y, fi above line will

a'ed with the.value of the Union, and the ,but on the contrary, inc cates those meet the earliest( ,:ntion.

rty and, honor of South Carolina. Itskvn principles of morality and ragion only, May 23 IBS? 38 tf.
with these will be em-
co-operation which formed and ,
arc upon peacd good }
'Bed a pledge to no can.
for by the personal Presidency, or any other will to all mankind: -the fruit If which is T\ob ern dTurtleShell.

tolerance and brotherly affcctio/ instead of lt Imbscrl n will
T i" a air price '
jtnintaining.its grpund, amid the con 'persecution for opinion's sake.. for 500 Ibl. r the abovettic1e.

S5 SS 1' party, it lUbe the aim j of the!Eve- Upwards of Four 'fhuusan copies of GEORGE E. WEAVER & CO.

lit, to preserve the, dignity of the Courier & Enquirer arc publislid} Daily,

... courtesy and moderation' ,under and more than Three ThousarU Semi- IT. 8. Qt1 TEn MASTIR'S.
,f that the legitimate epds of news weekly ,and in the City of New- ork its O ""FICK
mission are best subserved by firm
violence' and zeal without in circulation is known to be more than an TO 0 TIIEAS cornerofr.A.lrowcef

Ice. With the opinions and public hundred per cent greater than art other relwuseup stairs.

tponents, it will i exercise] the right paper. These tacts are referred td as aC Key [est, F .8, J832, J3 tf

i S_ ..sS sv.ijy i, reely-but ,,it is hope, that no' fording'the only commentary the iroprio N ICE AnlIn LTT

S SiSf career will every the,sus* tors can with,propriety offer on the\ualityof the Vase CottVclffc .
o J Joseph Co.v
is even partial adoption' of the in- the matter which will be found i tb ir IN ba\ 5-f( aoJ*
ton, picked u.at sea
ttrn,that*alt is fair in politics-
of native State contemplated weekly publication. libelled foi aba in ,the Superior Court
>tie' concerns watched,ouf and .IIIO'policy It ja intended to publish 17,500 pies for the Sou 'ern udicial,DistrictXf Fleri-

tt.ciw : buy icb shall appear best,: aJcll1a'rosperit1 of the first number of the paper, hicb Sa, the Co II decreed, that after,,pay-

,safe, and economtning will, be distributed in different pans the Ing,the cost nd xpenses of said pr secu-
\t Country, and one copy sent to each O5t. tion,one hal\oC 0 residue of the valu of

Post will be devoted !Master in the United States, in order bat iwd cotton (I re ble to the appraisemeit) .
be paid to th ai Cottrell & Co for their
in of the political faitft set a i specimen of the publication may bqeximined '
salvage on the 4e; .nd that the remain
"
tctus, it will sot; be ,ncg- .
devbe held nn e bond of stipulation,.
details Commerce
JcaJ' which TERMS.: subject: to the \it of the ngbtful owner
of
anches industry
lejlcjajlj( affected by the, Daily Paper $10 per an.; Paya\Ic\ I -VproTuJeViid claim be interposed
oes. Great exert ions I 5ero. Weekly Paper-4 per an. I in within the time fticribed by law; and that

= ,. g'ect tbe departments YfUCXLV PI-3 per an.J adeat notice of the sambe given by an advertisement -
to be lished in the Her West r
p
rqercial intelligence, Any who obtain erg t
Oar
person may Gazette once a en ith for nine months
tradQantniba115ndall arieS subscribers to the weekly paper and rem Therefore all Arsons haying claim taisaid
ibeirwants, the amount shall be furnished with Cotton therein are hereby
their farorj.annum. a cop ,or io ryted ,
all gratis[ ;and to companies of ten subscriberswho notified and re iu'Wd to present the same
> remit within the-time isctbed in said decree,
associate: and twenty-five dollars 1 p
_
: [ Country or they will bs re4V.
each bpi
It t will be sent for $2 50 per annum
J A. I.'IAY, Clerk
55.i Post Masters who have DO objections totpct
erisualnlesrb Swp.four/SoulL Qist. or Florida.Mayrj .

4 = rg as our Agenfy: requested. torcseivo.r :as!] \ ri O Piruf


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