Key West gazette
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Title: Key West gazette
Uniform Title: Key West gazette (Key West, Fla. 1831)
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 28, 1831) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 20, 1831)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended from June 8-Oct. 12, 1831.
General Note: Published by: B.B. Strobel & L.M. Stone.
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VOL. J. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1831. NO. 13,(
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-- -,... I stood by the Ocean!! its waters rolled to any compensation whatever for their ser l U

THE GAZETTE. In their changed beauty of sapphire and vices. MISCELLANEOUS.
gold; A There is a rejoinder to this replication,
EDITED nr And day: looked down with its radlantsrmlcs,
alleging that William Morse was the Cap From Silliman't Journal.
3. I). STROBEL AND L. M STONE, Where the blue waves danced round a thou-
lain, and l in the actual command of said CHLORIDE OF LIME.
And published on every Wednesday by sand isles}
THOMAS N. .J IWI'UE\'S. The ships went forth on the trackless seas, brig* and was l legally authorised to settle tall Although the chloride of'lime is applicable

Their white wings played in the joyous claims against the same. to many important purposes, still its
rE'Rl\IS-$5. per annum-payable in breeze; Jt admitted that a claim to compensation usefulness is as yet so little known, that I
aJvancc. Their prows rushed on 'midst the parted fur services rendered a vessel in distress, is will select a few from its various important

Advertisements inserted at one dollar foam, superior to all other claims-upon tho principle applications.It .
'per square for the first insertion, and fifty While the, wanderer was wrapt in a dream that it is owing to such services that is generally employed in solution,

cents for every succeeding time, till ordered of Home. any portion of the property re preserved for which is mado in the proportion of four

to be stopped. The mountain arose with its lofty brow, the satisfaction of other demands; and also ounces to ono pint of water, and as only a-

-. Whilst its shadows lay sleeping in the vales upon the principle, that what is paid byway bout one half of the limo is dissolved, it

POETRY. below; of salvage, is supposed to have been will be necessary to filter, in order to obtain
The mist like a garland of glory lay,
lost by the dangers of'tho Sea. This of tho
tho clear solution. one part
THE MAGIC GLASS. Where its proud heights soared in the air
claim in its nature then, being superior to liquid with 40 parts of water, a pint with
"How lived how .i/ed-Ilow died away
The eagle was there on its tireless wing, the claim arising on the Bottomry Bond- five gallons, or a wino glass full to three
And his r.hriek"ent up like an offering, the only questions which are left for the determination quarts of water, stir the mixture and it is
"The dead! the dead-And! shall
rise?glorious And he seemed in his sunward fligb t to raiseA of tho Court,arc: first, whether then fit for Use. It is the most powerful
they chant of thanksgiving hymn of praise! the submission of this to arbitrators
Shall they look on tbee with their proud matter disinfecting agent hitherto discovered, and
Jbnglit eyes! looked on the arch of the midnight skies, was made by the persons legally autho an instantaneous destroyer of every bad '
Thou ask'st a fearful spell!! With its blue and unsearchable mysteries: rised to make that submission?-and 2ndly, emcll. It is an infallible destroyer of all

Yet say, from shrine ordim sepulchral hall, The moon, 'midst an eloquent multitudeOf whether the award made by tho arbitrators cillima arising from animal, and vegetable
What kingly vision shall obey my call! unnumbered stars, her career pursued: under that submission be a legal and valid decomposition effectually prevents their
! The deep grave knows it well! A charm of sleep on the city fell> award 1Upon deleterious influence: hence it is particularly -
hushed in that
Allsounds lay brooding spell-
:'Wouldst thou behold earth's Conquerors retommrnded'to tho attention of those,
By babbling brooks were the buds at rest,
J (he first point There (Is no doubt is
shall they pass And the wild-bird dreamed sweet on his : residing in epidemic districts, as there
t Before thee, flushing all the Magic Glass downy nest.I hut the legally constituted and authorised reason to expect that tho mixture sprinkled
With triumph's long array!- Captain of a vessel has the right to submita about apartments would prevent the access
? !and those dwellers of the marble stood where the deepening tempest
' Speak urn pas- matter of this, sort to arbitration. lie represents of to certain extent around.
} a
Robed for the feast of shall return sed contagion
tho of tho vessel in all
} owners necessary Its value will be appreciated by the l facultyin
As on their proudest day. The strong trees groaned in the sounding
blast; transactions, in relation to her,when examinations: for inquests, dissections
; "Or wouldst thou- look upon the Lords of The murmuring deep with iU wrecks roll they arc not present to represent themselves; and anatomical preparations. For all these

Song? ed on, and the only question is, was William desirable purposes, it is only necessary to
O'er Shall the dark waft mirror solemn that immortal! throng The clouds overshadowed the mighty aunt Morse the duly constituted. and authorised sprinkle the) diluted liquid in the apartment,
I a gleam The low reeds bent by the streamlet's side Captain of Ibis vessel 1'hcrehas been no
the requiring purification.
or object
Passing \vitJllighte eyes and radiant brows, on
And hills the
to thunder-peal rer-lictt-
Under the foliage of green laurel-boughs, proof to the contrar-ho came hero in Tlio effluvia from ccllers, drains, sewers,
The burst forth its fearful
lightning on
J But silent dream." way charge of the vessel, and in all the of the nature
, as a While the heavens were lit in its red array! papers rind other receptacles same ,
which have been submitted to tho Court, will be destroyed by. pouring into thtm u
k Not these O !
mighty l\Iastcr-Though
And hath MAN the with his pride the Bond ho
i their lays power except Bottomry represents quart measure, added to a pailful of water,
and his skill
; Be unto man's free heart, and tears, and To arouse all Nature, with storms at willl himself as Captain, and. seems ,to havo and repeating the operation until,it is completely -
t praise been regarded and Uealt with as such. It removed.
Hath he power to color the summer cloud-
I i Hallowed for evermore/ To allay the tempest when tho bills arc is true he is not tho I person who cxtcutcd Tainted meat, and animal food of every
! And not tho buried conquerors!-let them bowed I the bond on the vessel as Captain; but that kind, may be rendered sweet by sprinkling

f sleep, Can he waken the Spring with her festal person may have been legally removed this them with the mixture. Water in cisterns
And let the flowery earth her sabbaths keepIn wreath!- one appointed in his stead-at all events, be purified and all animalcule destroyed .
joy, from shore to shore! Can the sun grow dim by his lightest breath!! his having charge of tho vessel In a strange by putting into it a small quantity of

"But if the narrow house may be so moved, Will ho come again, when death's vale is port, and exercising a Mastered authorityover the pure liquid,say about half a pint to one
Call the shadows of the most belov'd trod-!
bright : her is prima facia evidence of'his
hundred and of water
Who then shall dare "there is twenty ,
Back from their couch of rest! murmur no
being the truo master-which evidence can it is highly valuable on board
That I may learn if their meek eyes be flllM God!
only he destroyed by proof of his not being
With peace: human love bath ever still'd ships.
The yearning human breast." --:-" so: No such proof has been offered, and The nuisances arising from disagreeable
CASE IN ADMIRALTY.Oliver tho Court must therefore regard him! as the and manufactories be c-
; is thine unhealthy may
fond idle
'Away, youth -an quest :
These have no trophy, no memorial shrine; O'Hara, Ass'ee of person; properly authorised to manage tho qually! obviated by the mere sprinkling of
I know not of their place Mariatigue Knight & Co. concerns of this vessel. the chloride of lime, and the health of tho

:Midst the dim valley, with a secret flow The Brig vs. &c. & la Tlic second question is: Is this a legal workmen very materially preserved in such
Their lives, like shepherd reed-notes, faint Halcyon Admiralty. deleterious the of
Jacob Houseman & John and valid award? This question may bo answered processes as preparation
and low, R. Western Claimants as more readily by asking, whether any all colors. It destroys tho smell of paints
Have passed, and left no trace.
fc'aUors.: of the grounds which are usually resortedto effectually, that a room painted in tho

II IIap1y,begirt with shadowy woods and hills, This Cause originally came into Court for setting aside awards, can be applied day may bo slept in at night without any

And the wild sounds of melancholy rills, upon the libel of Oliver O'Hara,assignee of to this? Awards may be set aside, for either smell of paint being perceived, if it bo

Put nc'Their er hath covering Fame turf made may relics blocin of its; flowers Mariatigue, Knight, & co. merchants of of three causes t First, a decision on sprinkled some hours before with the mix

; Havana, for the recovery of a sum of money matters not referred to the arbitrators. Secondly ture. .

Ne'r hath pilgrim sought their household!! alleged to be due upon a bottomry bond, gross fraud; and thirdly, palpable Smelters of lead, glue and size makers,
bowers, executed upon the Brig Halcyon, her tackle mistake. There is nothing in the first reason tallow and soap manufacturers, -skin dressers

Or poet hailed their tomb." apparel and furniture. The questionto which will apply to this case, becausethe &c. may deprive their premises of all

Adieu, then, mnsterof: tho midnight spell!! be decided at this time however, is presented arbitrators have confined their decision offensive smell by the same processes.
Some voice,perchance,by those lone graves by the petition of Jacob Houseman solely to the matters referred to them; and the close and confined air of hospitals, prisons -

may tell and John It. Western,masters of two wreck- neither of the other grounds are alleged. ships, &c. will be almost instantaneously
That which I pine to know! ing vessels,employed upon tho Florida reef, It is said that the amount awarded in this purified by sprinkling the diluted!

,I haste to seek, from woods and valleys to be paid a certain porton of the money case,is excessive,and out of all proportionto chloride of lime In small quantities from"

deep, raised from -a sale of tho brig, to which they the services rendered;-that may be,and watering pot. The stains from fruit, &c.
Where the beloved are laid in lowly sleep,
be removed from table linen and
Records of and woe. allege themselves entitled under an awardof yet afford no reason for the Court interferingwith may cotton
joy .
Arbitrators. the award. An erroneous judgmenton cloth by dipping the article stained in

From the London British Magazine.BY They set forth in their petition, that the the part of arbitrators, has never been water, and applying the chloride of limo
brig Halcyon ran ashore on tho Florida reef considered sufficient to set aside tho award; until the stain is removed, and then rinsingwell
and that by great exertion and labor they because it is to their judgment tho parties in cold water previous to being wash-
How great arc his signs, and how mighty
are his wonders His kingdom is an ever- succeeded in relieving, and bringing her have submitted their case-they acknowledge ed.
lasting kingdom, and his dominion is from into the port of Key West:That after her their competency to decide upon the -

generation to generation.-DAM EL. arrival at this port, it was agreed betweenthe questions submitted, by voluntarily makingthe From the Banner of the Constitution.

I marked the Spring, as she pass'd along, master of said brig, who was the>agent submission and binding themselves to TilE DOG AND TilE .'LEA .

# With her eye of light and her lip of song; of all persons interested therein, and.themselves abide by it; and however much the Court A certain shepherd of Da otia was rearing -

While she stole in peace oe'r the greenearth's to refer heir claims to compensation might differ with arbitrators in opinion up- a sprightly young hound, whose gambols

breast, for services thus rendered, to tho arbi- on a certain state of facts, it will never, on were often interrupted by the fleas,
While the rest streams: sprang out from their icy trament and award of two disinterested persons that account alone, set aside their judg- which were feasting at his expense. To

The buds bent low to the breeze's sigh, to be mutually clioso and agreed upon ment. -relieve himself these hungry bloodsuckers

And their breath went forth to the scented by themselres-That according to this agreement The ground of illegality alleged to this the puppy was continually using his
sky; two disinterested persons were chosen claws and teeth and soon became
award to-wit the making of two other a- very expert
When the fields looked fresh in their sweet who after hearing all tho facts and in hunting and destroying this small
wards, has not been proved; it ia therefore
repose, circumstances relating to said service did
which ho munched and swallowed
to refer to it. game
.And theyoungdcws: slept on the new-born award to tho said petitioners, fifty six and unnecessary as if' fleas were delicious food. fho shcp

rose. ono quarter per centum, upon the nett It is therefore adjudged, ordered and decreed Iterd-(who was a man of that kind of
I looked upon Summer;-the golden sun amount of the value of said brig,as a com that there be paid to the said House- genius which, in our times, would havo
Poured joy overall that ho looked upon: pensaUon for their services, which awardwas man & Western, fifty-six and one quarterper made him admirably suited for a Chairmanof
His glance was cast like gift abroad,
Like the boundless smile of God! regularly made and signed by the arbitrators centum of tho amount now in the hands the Committee of Manufactures, or
a perfect
The stream shone glad in his magic ray- and accepted by all the parties.To of the Marshall of this Court, as raised might even havo ruined him to be Secretaryof

The,fleecy clouds o'er the green bills lay, this petition,a replication is filed ad- from the sale of said brig, agreeable to the tho Treasury,)-tlio shepherd, I say,observing
Over rich dark woodlands their shadows mitting the bringing of the brig iqto the terms and tenor of said award; and that the tho use made of this new kind of

went, port of Key West by the petitioners, but remainder of said sum of money be retained food, conceived tho sublime idea, of making
As they floated in light through: the firma- denying that tho Captain, or any lawful by laid Marshal,subject to the future or- his dog live entirely on his own fleas,

ment. agent, did agree to submit the claims of the der of Court in the original suit of O'Hara and thus provide a home-market for his sur- '

The scene was changed. It was .Au petitioners to arbitration, that the same vs. said Brig, &c. and that the Clerk pi us produce, (that is as much blood as Ito
tumn's hour.A was submitted by one William )Horse the make out all necessary decrees and orders could spare,) and afterwards to recover it,
frost had discolored the summer bower first mate of aid brig, and by an agent Lcreiii. improved by the domestic industry,and increased
The blast wailed sad 'midst the cankered illegally appointed by him. It is also alle- by the rapid propagation of legionsof
leaves, - ged that the award made by said arbitia- JAMES WEBB, those active operators. Accordingly

The reaper sheaves stood musing by gathered tots and offered in Court, is illegal and void, Judge. every means was used to cccourngc the

; for that the same arbitrators had previously growth and increase of flea,
:The mellow pomp of the rainbow woods the Fresh
Was stirred by the sound of the ruing made two other awards upon the name sub- WILLIAM R. HACELCY ) swarms were combed out 6f sore neighboring .
floods; ject; and further, that the Libellant in this and v For Libellant.E. dogs, and added to tho domestic supply

. And I knew by the cloud-by the wild wind's case was not a party to said submission, CHAMDIZB, f qn. ) of Towzerwboat the same time was

,train and therefore i1l not bound by it. It is also and confined to a bed of damp and filthy straw,
That winter drew near,with storms; again alleged that the petitioners are not entitled D. C. PWUAM, Esq. { For Claimants. still more to protect rnod increase the vrB. .


.arnounted1o930,000; *$ including i I the House of Lords, by Lord u'ohn Rus- 'fuiesak1, before tlufJudge aforesaid, and at.
while his usual food was reduced,-At saw (aicn, j (o attend session and session*
first, to Ics than half his! former allowance, 'seen" Generals' ,?' ,' > ,*'. "; Fell, Lord A Ithorpl\nd more than one hun- so to to be held Ihero uportovery'and from thence until a

that ho might bo compelled to make full use *"v ENGLAND. ; died members of the Lower House. The definitive sentence shall be read J and pinmtilcctl -

of his new customers, an
still more diminished.l, as his flea. Commons on the 21st and was!' carried to I the House of Lords, on the 10th Oct. them or any of them shall think it their clu.

food was supposed to increase. What was the House of Lords by Lord John Russell, Contrary to nil expectation the excite ty so to do, to hear, abide by and perform
before a mcrcsporl for Towzer, now became and of hundred! memberrof the I
upwards a all and singular such judicial acts as ofo
in Paris have subsided and the nie:n-
a matter of most disagreeable necessity.- lower Ioue on the 22 1d. Wo copy the ments I and by law required! to be dour
Ho daily devoured fleas by.,thousand, as hers of the Perier administration ate again necessary
following from'the'Timed'of the 23cl( ScpternbeV and expedited in the premises', and further
well as the small share of bread still givento :' firmly fixed in .their' places. In future all I to do and receive what unto law and justice

him, and as much more as ho could manage London, Sept 23. speculation in regard to the aflairs Fiance shall appertain! under the pain of the Ja\v:
: to steal, [but yet became leaner Cry The Reform Bill 'has at length made thcicof the absence
and contumacy
will b6 idle.-They present an enigma II contempt
day. its intho House of Lords
good of thcnl and c\'cryof them in
Though the shepherd was disappointed: and the circumstances*which' attended its which even the lea'ders of I he different parries 1 notwithstanding:' Arid' nhalsoev&rjou anywise

in not-sceing him become fat, he found, by reception'there \vere powerfully indicativeof do not comprehend: and a more unset i shall do-in the premises you sliall' dul

actual measurement, (and lie was a man tho awe inspired by the presence of a tled state: things cannot be well imagined.A certify, unto the Judge aforesaid, at they.
who deemed one fact worth a thousand I
visitor. Ceremonies which .
preternatural ;interestingdebate, whidh lasted time and'place aforesaid, togethervitlr
theories,) that, since this treatment commenced from immemorial usages have long ceasedto highly ,
the puppy had grown an inch and excite any serious'interest'orto be otherwise three days, took: place in the Chamber": of these presents.Witness Wrnn- '
three quarters in; height, which he iitiputcd.l performed'or regarded than as mere Deputies'on the questions puf by .M. Mau- the Hol. JAms: ,' Judge of
said Court for said Districtthis the 29tl;{
entirely to his flea-diet, and thcnce'wnssure mechanical the Peers like I
appendages '
guin to Ministers, respecting foreign policy of November 1831.
that to make him fa', as well as tall! day ,
ho and sword of Black Rod
bag Deputy of France. At the limb when all the .
but more fleas Not JOEL: YANCEY, (;lcr .
nothing was the Masters in Chancery the gilt badgesof
content with forcing Towzer to submit to the messengers, assumed last i ight Paris and London presses were spccula'ing -
his plan,he aimed to convince his reason- an importance befitting the great end for as to the remit of the \'ote.-no.e which allparlies THEREFORE, in pursuance of tho Monit'ion '
for brutes could reason as well as speak in close under the Seal of the District Court
( which they were originally i instituted-the : believed; would be'a one-=a' '
ancient times)=-he represented to 'him "the or'tho Unit d' States of America for1' tlic
maintenance of a'stern' and' solemn intercourse
division. made and stood thus
was : : Judicial District of Florida
great convenience of a home market for his between the'tw)'legislative Chambers Southern to
products and of his obtaining his articlesof of the kingdom.Bills For Ministers 221, me directed and dcliverccT do Hereby give

primary! necessity at home, instead! of ,oil'common-occasions, arc !brought Against do ISOMajority public notice to all persons in any manner
being dependent on foreign supplies, to besought up'to tho'House of Lord* by the member interested therein, ttiaT they.b'c i I) and appear}
; by the very hazardous and uncertain who has taken'tlKJ chief part ins their jwr- t 5ff!! before the Court f to bo holden in and for
practice of hunting the fields: for rabbits 'the Commons --.0-: ;.. the said District, at tho Court House in
throttglm accompanied
it kind and treatment to sage SmrwREcK.-On Friday night, the 25th West the second of Decembernext
that was parental by from two'to three to half n dozen, of his Key on day
confine him at home, and compel him to brethren of the Lower House. The Lord instant, the Ship MA III A, Capt. M'MuHin, at ten o'clock in the forenoon that,

cultivate his own reso'Jfres-that, if the Chancellor walks down from the woolsack fifteen days from Philadelphia bound to New day; then and there<< to interpose their claime''

continual biting of hia domestic customers to the bar-a careless bow,a few muck'red Orleans, was wrecked and lost on CarS-' for the game, and 16 make their allegations:

was unpleasant, if i was only because he had words of form, and, under the rose and in ford Reef. The Maria'was loaded with Dry in support thereof.

not been long enough accustomed to them, whispers, some small gossip or little joke Goods Provision,.lc. and had' on board I L. M STONE;

and that any discontented feeling ought to begin and terminate the communications labourers for the Canal. She was boarded I 21. Mafufuil S. District:

be repressed by considering! how patrioticit of this short Congress-whittli- is as little anti relieved by Wrecking Sloop Sarah* I Per THEODORE, OWENS: ,
was for him to-support the animals cfliia the of tho Peers is the Marshal.Key
noticed by body as" ,Dcpt. .
!Isabella Capt Houseman, and Schr"Motto,
own home-and, finally, that Towzer of the chandeliers stirring West Nov. SOtli 1031. '
process lighting or ,
Capt. Barker. The Cargo, (in a damaged
had been growing, and of course thriving, the fire. J
under this blood-sucking system, ever since Was up it so last night? We refer to our stale) crew and passengers were, saved and The United States of Ame'
arrived here this! day.
he had been six months old. of the .
. report Parliamentary proceeding.
A nimble old buck flea, who at the sarno On the announcement of the loop expected --d=: _......._ .._,=. --.- rIca.

time had been enjoying this fine speech and -by some tho much dreaded ttl .' IVIARINE: } SO TlIhRR j lJlCI DIS'TRICT OF
the opening of a new vein, now came to
the and scattered Peers .
the message, grouped' I INTELLIGENCE. FLORIDA, fc.TV .
strengthen ar ument.-"And besides
took port upon' their proper benches, as if
in Towzer's the; Marshal of the Superior Court of
ho squeaked car, "do you not to be m'rcadiness for the ambassadors of a
remember, you ungrateful puppy, that wo mighty |power. To colloquial case and ,POUT OF KEY WEST. said; District; Greeting:

.. have stuck to you through all your difficulties idleness,a silence succeeded profound and ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST: WHEREAS; DAVID COFFIN PiKiJ. .
? When you were first deprived of universal. Tho doors opened, and insteadof has exhibited his libel -
Nov. 23. Sloop Splendid, Smith from
your mother's milk, and were too young to half a' dozen or n dozen Commons, New York,bbund to St. Marks 1eil next for and on behalf} of \\zso\\\ R. Packer
procure meat, we fleas furnished you oursfat with Lord John Russell at their Head, that day. and others,stating, alleging and' propourt-

bodies for your food, (whenever you noble Lord entered, attended by Lord Al- Nov1. 29. Sloop Brilliant',. Packer, Tor- in, That on the J'Slh day of November,
could catch us)con tent with having obtained thorp, as representative of tho I King's Government tugas, wrecked goods of Ship Florence's'Cargo 1C31, whilst engaged: :in their usual avocation
previously only a few drops of your in the House of Commons, and to F. A. Hrovne.Schr. (that of Wrecker on the Florida Reef,)
IJloud-and so wo' have continued, and will above an hundred, wo are informed many Ilydcr Alley, Place from Ap'palacbicola they discovered a Brio laorc on that part
continue, to aid and serve ungratefulas boundto New York. of said Reef
you more, of the most resolute supporters of called tho Elbow: That up
Nov. 30. U. S. .11. C. Marion, Capt.
: you'are, as long as there"is a drop of said
the bill Instead of un unmeaning matterof Jackson, from a cruize. on getting near Brig they nsccrlairlf'rlilaer
blood under your mangy shin: common place words, followed by an SAILED.Nov. to be the DORIS, of Portland, Captain
Towzer, oy way of reply to this last interchange of social under voiced hilarity, Joseph I.. Churchill, bound from l\Tatnn. :
made sudden scratch hick dislodged 28. U. S. Sclir. Spark, Ll. Com.
speaker a to Portland with
Lord John Russell pronounced, in clear zas Cargo consisting of-
] l him and then ineffectual Fiercev, on a cnu'sc.CLEARED..
an snap at hundred and fire
and emphatic accents, the object of the two forty-six Hogshead, .
him as he jumped to'a new (hiding-place. Tierces and five Banels rt'111olas3es
memorable task intrusted to him; and in a :
It was useless, and perhaps dangerous, to significant tone, on tho part of the Coin Schr. Hyder Alley, Place, New York. That at the requo-t of tho said Captairf,

dispute the matter with tho shepherd, whoso moss, "desired the concurrence of theirLordships" PASSENGER1 they, with great difficulty and danger hauled

closing arguments might be tho whip and in tho Bill, for securing a fresh In Sclir. Hyder Alley, from Appalachico- their vessels along side said Brig, and by
chain. In a short tune the dog died-and nation la, Mr Wood. incessant labor
charter to the British tho provisionsof I mid great exertion, at thn-
his master always remained convinced that her ancient charter having-not fallen, -- --- risk! of loosing their own vessels, (owing'to
his death was caused by Ins fleas not being but-been crushed by fraud, or violence, The United State of Arne- the violence of the wind, shoalncss of
tsutticicntly; numerous." "They should Inxvobeen into long disguise. I the water, &c.) succeeded in relieving said

protected, "until they had increased Lord Brougham, from the' Woolsack, rica.SOU'fIlERN Brigand Cargo from her perilous situation'and :
ten-fold and
then it is obviousthat
perfectly communicated to the Peers the subject of bringing the same in safely In the Pert
Towzcr would have had JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
,. ten as tho nicsaage which had been delivered to of Key West; and that in as much us their
many fleas to cat, and of courso would him, and presented the Bill for their consi- FLORIDA, u. own Vessels have sustained considerable injury

leave been.'' in an eminently flourishing condition deration. Lord Grey, the Prime Minister, To he Marshal oft, c Superior Court for and they hnvo boon tliennly means of

acting at once for King and) |people, proposed said District,Greeting: saving the said Brig Doris and her Cargo

to their Lordships the first reading of WM,R HACKLY,Esq. from total loss, a liberal (' is
the Bill and fixed with their consent the WHEREAS And whereas the Judge
1R iIGN. his Libel for and on prayed: of said
period for its second reading, Monday behalf of HIRAM CLIP, stating, alleging Court for said District hath ordered and directed
SCOTLAND. Bo'night. Then, and not till then, did the and projtounding, that on the 12th on Wednesday, the 30tlr hist for all

From Bell's Weekly Messenger, Sept. 23. .members of the House of Commons, having day of November 1031 while'pursuing his persons concerned to be cited and intimated
secured the purposes of their mission, that of Wrecker to appear at the Court House Key-West: ,
Oh Friday tho Lord Advocate moved the occupation ( a on the Florida -
consider themselves to be fused officio, Reef in the I in said District, to show cause, if any they
second rending of tho Scotch Reform Bill, ,) Sloop Spermaceti, he discovered
and immediately retire trom the bar. have, why judgment should not
ashore he pass act
observing that, as Us main features were already n Slap near
In this striking manner was conducted, prayed. You: are therefore authorised
known, details from him were unne ; ; gast on that purl of said reef DrY'l'ortu.1 hereby
by far the most important ,and valuable, S ,empowered and strictly enjoined
cessary. In defence of tho bill, ho said it W. Spit of Loggcrlitad Reef pe
transactions in the nature of a deinaid by remptorily to cite and admonish all *
side of
was astonishing that the'existing imperfect coming along her she proved to be persons
system had been so long endured, the voters the Commons of Ei gland upon the Peers, the Ship FLORENCE, of Boston, commanded whatsoever, !having or pretending to have
for all tho thirty Counties not exceeding that ever took place between two branchesof by William G. Blackler, Esq. con any right, title, claim or interest in or to-

: 3,0001! and, as many of those had the Legislature since lQrhapsthe Houseof sisting of an assorted C;:rgoi That at the the said Brig Doris, her tackle, apparel, fur-
votes for different counties, the number of Commons first existed. request of the said commander ho commenced I niture and cargo aforesaid, by publicly affixing

electors in reality did not exceed 2,500! _- discharging) Cargo, and taking it on i this Monition on the main mast of '
The electors for the 66 burghs were about '1'JIEZE'.rTJ hoard of his: own vessel j That said ship said Brig and leaving there' affixed a true

J,400- that the total number of electorsfor -- was! in a very distressed situation, and was I copy hereof and by all other lawful ways,
Scotland did not exceed 4,500 persons'! Kti\' 1VEST: almost impossible to be kept from sinking i means and methods, whereby this Monition '

Ho then described the qualifications, or WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1831. That by incessant exertion for nine days I may be made most public und notorious
mode of manufacturing electors. Ho and nights, he succeeded in bringing said to be and appear at the time and place

strongly maintained: tho necessity, in orderto By the p.ilitoness of Captain Smith of- Ship and Cargo to the port of Key West;,- j also aforesaid beforo time Judgo: aforesaid, and .
meet the aroused senso of Scotland, of and in as much as he has been the only to attend upon every session and sessions .-
the Sloop Splendid, we have been furnished to be held there and horn _
of the thence
reforming such a monstrous state of representation. means saving same from total: loss, a until -
Considerable! discussion followed with New York papers of tho 7th, and liberal salvage thereon is prayed. And a definitive sentence shall be read and

,and many members addressed the louse, 8lh, instants; they contain tbd latest news whereas time Judge of said Court for said | promulgcd in the said business inclusively,,
but tho debate was! by no means animated. from Europe. Tho packet ship Silas RIchards District hath ordered and directed on the I j if them or any of them shall think it their
The House divided, when tho members 2d December next, for all persons:: concerned duty so to do, to hear, abide by and perform:
were, for the second reading, 209; againstit Capt. Holdredgc, arrived at New to be cited and intimated to appear ul all and singular such judicial acts as are f

-Cleaving a majority of 115 in favor York on the 7th, November, and brings the Court House at Key West, in said District necessary and by law required to be done

of Ministers. London dates of tho 25th, of September, to show cause, if any they have, why' j, and expedited in the premises: and further
Judgment should I'f fare to do and receive what unto law and
FRANCE.The and Liverpool of the 2Gth. not bass as prayed: You justice
therefore hereby authoiised shal! appertain,unler the pain of the iaw
sun of the evening of the 2-1 tb says The most important| intelligence 1 by this ed and strictly enjoined: ) peremtorily, empoweri to cite i and contempt thereof, the absence or con

"Thedisturbance at Paris, if they have not arrival, i is the final passage by the House of and! admonish all persons whatsoever, having tumacy of them and every of them, in anywise

altogether subsided,are at least diminishedin Commons of the Reform Bill,on the morn or pretending, to have zany right, title, notwithstanding: : And whatsoeveryou

violence and the, though:: (party spirit still runs ing of the 22nd by a majority of 109: the claim or interest: in or to the said Ship and shall do in the premises,you shall dulv *
high, Ministry are still doubtful of Cargo aforesaid certify unto the aforesaid
Judge the
vote stood. by publicly affixing this I' at
their (wsition. The deoatea in tho Cham-:
Monition time and
on the main place aforesaid with
mast of said Ship, together
of have Foe thc Bill 345Agairut
bet Deputies left them, it should and these
leaving there affixed presents.Witness .
a true hereof
copy I
Sl.'Qlu.l'retty nearly where they found them. it 23G
Constitutionnel and by all other lawful ways, means and I the Hon. JAMES WEBB, Judge ofotir
The assertsv authority
\ \\\ methods
hereby this: Muuitilion may be said Court for said District this' 22cI"
of private loiters fiom Ul'rlmlhal the Majority 109 ,
I made most public and notorious, to Le and I day of November .
toss of the Russians in the capture of War- On the tiamf'Ding, it was carried up appear at the time and place a-
.TORI, YANOEY, Cln1rtnin

...:____--- ..;, sit when the ti llt.IIolIc; on Sand: Key bears 1 Ming within the port or harbour of Key such vessel or vessel! without ttI tft obtniu

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.ARTRILL ; either E. N. I:. or W. S. 1V. West, any foreign passenger who may have ing snid ;j-crmisaion:' shall ho liable to ;per-

& l\1'DONALD Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot clandestinely departed from any foreign form the same quarantine that may IMS imposed
age, 'hound 1 from this Port, shall pay thesainc place and who shall not possess a )jmssport upon said Mid vessels and cnrgocs.

Still tAiti'ENTEItS-, ns Vessels entering: but if said! vessel or oilier evidence of his having been permitted See. 3. Be it further ofdatncd. That

RESPECTFULLY inform their friends shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they to depart from thence-and permitting this Ordinance shall remain irt full force
4' in general, 'llia'ttliey shall be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. him to land without permission first until expressly repealed by the Council.
will undertake to Vessels the shor- 3. All vessels except wrccking\'s. obtained from tho Town Council' shall -
test notice Ships, Small or Boats. scls smacks and vessels under of forfeit and for each landed
Application may be made at the Store of charge pay, passenger so ORDINANCE-No. 11.
P. J. Fontaine. wreckers, entering or leaving this Port the sum of fifty dollars. Constituting a Committee( of }' nlmrt. -
Key West. Nov. 23, 1831. through the North West passage, and drawing Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That .
Be it ordained 'Ii Mr President and
four feet water, or over, shall: pay two within the 'y
ITENIIY ". NJ '. COMII dollars foot to Pilot his any foreign passenger landing ,Member of the Tvicn Council ,f Key
per any Town of Key West without permissionfirst
I attend to AGENCY West That from and nficr llio passing of
WILL any services; but i if said vessel docs not receive obtained from tho Town COun- ,
tl\tISSION Ilusincss that' may this Ordinance two Members of\lljo Board
said Pilot half shall be ,
pilotage only paid; cil without the
IC intrusted to him. Office and StoreRooms or having necessary
be the President from time
if a Pilot docs nol tender his service to designated by
in the Warehouse of FIELDING outside passport or other evidence of his being allowed -
the bar of the said North-West to time, shall constitute a Committee of
A. BROWNE, Esq. passage freely depart from tho port whence
Ksy-Wesl, Nov. 16, 1831. ll tf then he shall not claim pilotage or he came, (if any is usually granted nt such Finance. '
Sec. 2. Be it further ordainc That
pilotage.Sec. place,) shall IKS liable to enter into bonds in
it shall be tho of'the said Committee
DWAnn duty
CHANDI.EH, 9. When two Pilots shall
or more the sum of $I,000 with good security, to,
ATTOnNET OF THE fMTEl STATES SOUTH- tender their services to vessel the first to examine anU audit nil bills or accounts!
any bo approved ofljy the President of the
ERN DISTRICT OF FI.O1UTM. shall and if refused presented against iho'Council; to examine;
alongside be
accepted of tho
Council Justice Peace to do-
or a
Court House Wost (), 1831. ,
Key April the accounts of Treasurer and Marshal
the said Pilot shall be entitled to received
part from (ho Island within such time as
A. c. TIFT & co. half pilotage. may bo deemed reasonable, or on failurebe and snake reports quarterly as to (ho stato
Sec. 10. When Pilot shall discover of tho Finances.!!!
VI-: received from Ne\r Y6rk, per committed to jail.
RA Schooner Stonington extensive two or more vessels, it shall be his duty to Sec. t>. Be it further orda nCtl, That D. C. PINKHAM,
assortment Pry Goods, Fancy Articles, visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of I tho several fines and penalties herein en- Prrnft T. C.
Groceries, Liquors, &c. &c. consisting in distress bc'cxhibitcd on one more remote: actedm;may bo recovered before tho President II. S. WATERHOUSK*
part, of the following articles: and any Pilot fading to comply with this I Ipw'ision of the Town Council any Justiceof (,'lc" ;
LIQUORS. 'GRO<.;ERlES. shall forfeit his Branch. -
Holland Gin New Orleans Sugar. tile Peace. P. c. (ntEI' NI .
Sec. 11. Pilot before the
Any charged to transact General
Jamaica Rum St Croix doN Agency"
Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, ORDENAiJzA No. Continues
: England do Loaf & Lump do -- 9. Business.
Country Gin Young Hyson Tea shall, upon conviction, bo deprived of his ,. la introduction tie l'tsn Goods) taken on Storage &c. ,
Cherty Brandy Coffee, Tobacco Branch. ros. mil" Ho will always bo happy to receive
Madeira, Wino Raisins, Chocolate Sec. 12.' All fines and penalties imposed nnd execute all orders in his line of Busi
Teneriffe do Soap, Sugars by thisOrdinance! shall be recovered before Hueso.

Malaga Port do do. Sperm Babcrry, Tallow Dandles and the President of tho Town Council, allowing For cunto'arios: criminates, dclin- ness.Key West, 28th March, 1831.

Claret do PoWder and Shot to the parties, in all instances, an crtcntes contra las leyes del pals do doudo OJ I _
Peppermint Cordial Pilot Bread, Crac- appeal to the Council. vinicron, ban lido introducidos wi csto THE: SUHSCllIBERrf

Raapberry do hers, Flour, Fulton Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board Pueito, procedcntcs deutroi ostrangcios, HAVING taken the Store recently oo-
Market Beef.) ofa vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and y como la continuncion do Fcmcjanlcs en- by Porter & Stanard, in.tho
DRY GOOl>S. shall also furnish the Master or Commander : tradas pucden ser ntcndidas como dc injuriosas North EaVt cna of F. A. Browne's WareHouse

Superfine Black Cloth, o"o Olive do, Linen of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- constcucncias para la comnnidail, terms,,a offer general for assortment silo on acconlmculatinp of '

Shirts, Cotton do, Sewing Silk, Irish n nce. a menos quo mcdidas no scan tornados Para DRY GOODS
Lioen, Assorted Muslins, Prints, Belt Ribbons Sec. 14. The following rates of Pilot- J remediarlas: GROCERIES ,and
Calicoes,Lace,Shawls, Gauze Ruffs, (age are allotted\ : 1 Portatito sc ordena for cl Presidcntc y
fJravats, Gloves &c. On a vessel drawing ij feet, 'iJ,700 I Miembros del Caliildo, Quo dcsdo d (In- E. WEAVERS. CO.

ALSOAn 6" 900 I mcro del mes de Noviembro proximo, en Key Wet April 20, 11131
Extensive Assortment 'c 7 1000 adclanto el Capitan do cnolquier a Buquo
or'READ1.IADE :3 u 1200 i entrando de algun Puerto o lugar estrange DR. B. B. s'TnoncLS'rIlAI

CLOTIIING, t. 1350 : ro a el dc Coyo Hueso, ha do manifcstar continues to Practice his! Pro

& 10" 15 00 I al Escrib'ieiijo del Cabildo el numero de 1m- in all its Various ntandl(' .- .

CUTLERY &c. &r. s 11" 1650 sagcros, no ctudadanoa tie hoe Estados U- Ifoalso keeps on hand, a constant nnd
& ;I'; 12" 1800 nidos, ni vecinoadel Pireblo de Cayv Huc fresh supply; of Genuine

.' ALSO ,: c. 13 1950 so; y ha do pagar al Tcsorcro por coda h pa- Drugs and Medicines "
Co sagero Un Peso.
14 2300 .
A fC 1'5" 2700 Sec. 2 HI Cnpitnn cualquier n Ihlflue All orders will meet! pundiinl attention, ,r

Variety of oilier Articles, too numerous to 16; 3200 faltandoamanifes1ardcntrodc2lhorasdespues Key West,2flthMatchi,1831.,. ,
be inserted. .' 17" ,3GOO de la entrada de dicho Biique, ha doser NOTICK.ANY
Key West, Nov., lt': 1._9 tfJ. 18 4000 ; multado y pagara demos do la sums .
19 'c 4500 ante diclia por cada pasagcro Cinco pesos.: citizen who may a\}prchcnxl'aDE-
'J. MITCHELL: 20"' 5000 Sec. 3. Ningun pasagcro cslrangcro de :nTEn from the U. StateV: Troops,
and deliver him
over to an Officer of the
"ITNrORMS the public that lie has loca- 21 5500 nlgun Buquo ha do scr pcrmitido descmborcor Army, will bo paid tile sum of FIFTEEN
led himself in,this Town for the purPose 22 'c CO 00 en el Puerto de Cayo Hueso,a\nenos i DOLLARS for each Deserter thimrcciircd.J. .

'carrying on his trade as SAILMAKERS 23" OS 00 quc no haiga publicamcnto y librcmcntc M. GLASS LL, .
RIGGER,in nil its tarious branches. H" 7000 salido del lugnr de su proccdcncia, y tieneen Major Commanding.

tic occur/leg a Loft in the Shop t>fMr. Sfc. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained 6U podcr pasaporto o otro lesiiinonio Pal Key West, April 27, 1831.... 3i
: Atkins. on board allY vessel' after she has arriv- cual como los clue*c conccdcn en cl Puerto OFFICH OF -THK----

ley-'VcstNov. 9, 1831. 10 1f ed in the hnrbour, at the request of the de flU pmcedcncia purmitiendole su salida. BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE
Master or Commander of said vessel, said Sec. 4. El Capitan de nlgun Buqucque Arid London ,
Agent for Lloyds, and the
traiga dcntro del l'uertodo Ca'cdlucsoal.
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive Association Underirritcrit
Three Dollars for every such day. gun jKisagcro quo hayga salido clandestiriamcntc of Jiterfoo1t

the Town Council, passed Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n de nlgun higary quo no poses pasa- Office hours from 9 NO.A.3 M,,rnoNTTKEKT.lo'3 o'clock I". ai* '
Branch, shall, at the time he obtains' the porte o otro Icstitnonio do habcrsido permi- tf lc.WCtOth
Oct. 1031.
15 1831. April
same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer udo 8U salida y pcrmtticndolc dcscmbarcar -M

. TK.N DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk sin permiso prirncro ohtcnido del Cabildo, THE: CITY GAZETTE,

ORDINANCE-No. 8. f for issuing the same. ha de set' multado y jwgara por calla pasa- AND COMMERCIAL: PAILV ADVERTISRR.A .
To regulate the l'il tagnif this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of gero asi desembarcardo Cincucntn Pesos.
Journal of Commerce Science Literature
: -
,/ Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordi- Sec. 5. Que cuahjuicr |Kisag ro cstrnn- and the Arts

Town of Key West, That when any per- nance, are I hereby repealed.ORiNANCINo.. gero descmbarcando dentro del Puerto doCayo nv Bi.HMs A& nt'nviu.
son shall be desirous of having the situationof Huoso, sin permiso primero oblcnido THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of (lie
9. del Cabildo o sin tener el pasaporlo ncccs- oldest Journal in '
Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall present existing tho U Slates
sario 0 otro tcstirnonio do haber si lo pcrrni- Under nroprietoni.iti coufHo with few
to the Council a written petition; whereupon Regulating the introduction l'Ianr
it shall be the duty of the Council to 8 f Fcrcigncrs tido salir libremcnto del Puerto do su pro exceptions, have always been American
a committee of three competent per- 'into-the Town of Key West. ccdoncia (si cs costumbreen tal lugar) ha do .I and popu'.ar. Of late years, from neglect

sons to make enquiry into the qualification. WHEREAS several criminals, ClO' ndcrs against ser sujcto a entrar en obligacion en lu supra more than any other came its influence and
the laws of the whence- deb 1000 con buena fianzaquc este patronage 'bad visibly declined. Within the
and fitness of the and country approba
persons applying, res last however the
port thereon at the next,succeeding meet they came, have lately nrrh"C'd1ltcy do per el Presidcntejdel Cabildo o un juezdo having year entered .upon n present course proprietors of policy,,

ing .of the (board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a continuance paz para quc saiga do la Ysln, dcntro del more consistent with tho politics of the
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots ap- of such arrivals will bo attend tiompo como ecra considcrado razonablo o South, and !having made numerous additionsto
pointed shall, previous to receiving their cd by many injurious consequences to en faltnndo sera conducido a la carcel. the mechanical improvements of their

Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be taken Sec. G. Que las multas nqui ordanadas, establishment \li1 fitlinir it out in a new nml

security for the faithful performance of their lo prevent them: pucden'ser cobradas por el Prcsidento del better handsome description type and of paper on a larger than heretofore sheet and

'duly. Bc it therefore ordained, by the President Cabildo o por un jucz do paz. lay claim to, and have been favored with 3;

Sec. 2. AU Pilots 'holding a Branch, and Members of the. Toicn Coun- largo and proportional increase of patronage -
shall have and use a Boat: sufficiently largo cil of Key West, That from and after ORDINANCE-No. 10. including hew subscriptions ai.d gene-
to enable them to proceed over the Keefand the first day of November next, the Masterof Fur prctcntlng the introduction of Cholera ral advertising. Within the last year, their

render the aid of Pilotage to any vssel re- any vessel arriving from n foreign portor into the Town of Key West. list of patrons has been swollen by an accession -
ijuiring the fame place; at the port of Key West, shall; or more thin Three Hundred Citizens -
WiiiitEAH a certain disease known the to which new name are with little
Sec. :3. That all vessels drawing over fi a retort; to Clerk of tho Town
name of INDIAN CHOLERA exception, almost daily added. Tho
Council of the number pro-
feet of water entering this Port fish of jKiasengcrs. onboard pre
except prietortin order the better merit that
sent prevailing in tho Northern of encouragement
ing smack vessels andvessels not citizens of the United States, parts
wrecking of which, it 1 U equally' their
of the
most character
under charge: of wreckers, shall pay the nor residents of the Town of Key West ; ; and pride and pleasure, to acknowledge su much
such disease
as introduced
rotes of Pilotage hereinafter specified. and shall pay to the Treasurer one Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or oflcr every passenger aforesaid. our own ports by vessels trading with fellow citizens-hare established lo connec-

his services to \e4sclliable to take a Pilot Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That that quarter of the Globe: tion with their office of business, a spacious

until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of the Master of any vessel l failing or neglecting Be it therefore ordained, by the Pre Reading Room, in which, tho chief Public

the LighMIousc on Key West, said Pilot, to make such report within 24 hours sident and Members of the Toicn Councilof filed Journals, from find all their the States way and in our are Union.-carefully

no hoarding or offering his services,shall be after the arrival of sad; vessel, shall forfeit Key West, That all vessels arriving Tliis room is free with all its facilities without -
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said and pay the sum of five dollars, in addition from ports or ;places, where the said disease charge, to all natron* of the Gazette.
Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the to the sum aforesaid; required for each exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of the A regular weekly Prices Current, In letter
Light-House on Key West is distant not passenger. port, without their going on board, to the form and upon a fine paper suitable

more than two miles, and then bears E. N. Sec. :3. Be it further ordained Thatno Quarantine Ground, northward and west or correspondence, carefully collected,
,1':.no pilotage shall be claimed foreign from ward of Fleming's Key;-there to remain with the most correct estimate of the true
Sec 5. All vessels drawing five feet shall ho passenger any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the condition of the markets and nut upon tho
permitted to land within
most advantageous Icrms to all that
water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance port or 'harbour of Key West, unless he Council: and Health Officer of the port. under this class: ,is also issued from the como office
,refusing to receive a pilot outside of Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That
shall have freely and openly departed from of the proprietors Their Reading Room,
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his services the place whence he carne, and have in his while it shall be thought necessary by the where the earliest information may be had,
:, shall be liable to pay full pilotage; possession a passport, or such other said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessel is free alike to patrons, strangers in the ci
but if inside of the Reef & not within two as are usually granted at tile whence papers should perform quarantine, no inter ty, and masters of vessels trading to this
miles of the Light-House on Key West,the he him port course whatever shall' bo held with the port. To these improvements, they make
came, permitting to
depart there
said light bearing E. N. E. the said vessel from. Town or Island of Key West but by permission daily additions, afford Ing facilities to the
hall pay lialf pilotage. and under the direction of ho man of leisure and business, alike hitherto
Sec. 4. Be it furthnorJaintd, That President and Health Oflictr unknown HIMMHh DUIIYKA.
Eec. 6. The Reef shall 1>-ron,idered the Master of any ship! or vessel, who shall !! who shall hold) tiny in .;rronrft and all with prron No 3 Broad street, Charleston.
Subscriptions cired at this tn"fir. \



tk .

TROSPEO'rUS leas formidablo than the certainty of being Cl1U'UL tR al country tribes set of Indians apart and, established allotted to beyond the sever tllU*'
or vita trampled by those with whom we have con TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limits of the States, under treaties made!
STATE RIGHTS AND FREE TRADE federated at home. hence i is h vitally important TllCASVnr DEPARTMENT, with'the said Indian Tribes by the United
that the should be sustained
EVENING POST. power officers of the
alone ..\priI5th, 1831. Stales: the Commanding several
which astrictconstructionof
establishment Charlestonof the frontiers arc enjoinc-l to
an posts on
the Charter. That power resides with of the act above alluded ] .
devoted the that the provisions
additional Newspaper, to each State Sovereignty. It is the State Representations have been made to this see
tbeir las been deemed be enforced in relation to the removal
of to
support of Consuls, and
principles Right of'sovereign Interposition: to arrest Department by some our
by : RIGHTS and of the said unlawful settlers, taking
of United
the usurpation of Federal agenll.# 'The existence other persons, that the crews
FREE: TRADE PARTY. in pursuanceof of this right as 'tho conservative States merchant vessels! have been discharged for their; guide in the execution of thu saul
this determination, TUB EVENINGPOST commanders duty, the act above referred to.
principle of our Constitution is no new doc in foreign ports by their ,
will bo commenced Ere order of ALEXANDER ,
an Daily trine lit is co-eval with our Federal polity, without complying with the provisions of By
Ding Journal,to lOOn as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and contemporary the act of Congress of the 28th of February Maj. Gen. Commanding n.the JONiiy Army,

arrangements can be completed. expositors. This principle is 1303. Your attention is, therefore, ,
tenets to which the Eve G tf. Adj. Gem
The political the characteristic feature proudly distin- specially called to this subject, with. a request .
ning Post will be devoted, ale so familiarto guishing ours from other RcpublicVnot Federal that increased vigilance may be ex- SAINT VINCENT.

this community subject, bare of discussion been so long by the the in their elements. In the,latter, a erted to prevent future infractions of the By his Excellency the Right Honourable

prominent and have been so often and triumphantly 'Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of pub- law; and it is expected that,you will require Sir George J'it/gerald Hill, Baronet,
press- lic opinion, is construed by and varies with satisfactory evidence that there has
vindicated by the first minds in our the changing will of a majority ; while in been a strict compliance with the requisitions Captain General[ Govcrnor-in-'Chid: ,

State, and in the Federal council, that it our Republic a guardian power preserves it of the foregoing act in each case, before in and over the Island of St. Vincent,

is deemed unnecessary to promulgate moro as a permanent'rule of action. the bond of the master, required by Bcquia, and such of the Islands commonly -

than the following exposition, nrhich is offer- The formal recognition of such a right the first section thereof, be allowed to tie called the Granadines, and those

cd in lieu Trade of a more will bo detailed advocated political as the creed.dictate on the' face:. of the Charter would Lave been cancelled. at the Northward of Carriacou in ..Ame

Free superfluous, in as much as it rcsnlted neces- I am, respectfully, rica Chancellor Ordinary, and Vice
of enlightened policy-as a privIlege ,
from the formation of a between Your obedient servant,
sarily compact
which Admiral of the &c. & &c.
of the people, impartial justice B. P. INGIIAM same, (
independent sovereigns having no ,
the rulers of -
requires from every countryand feature of I of the PROCLAMATION.03WIIEREAS .
common umpire. a our political Secretary Treasury.To
which in ours,ill guaranteedby
as a right, it is of & not the Collector of the Customs I .
system, course political, a from the consequers "
he Constitution. The framers of that ,
venerated instrument withheld from the revolutionary right. Formed for the protec- Circular to Collectors of the Customs. of the dreadful hurricane with which

Federal agents the power to protect manu- tion of a minority from' the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, > this Island and its dependencies were visit-
restrictive duties it baa been the Federal authorities themselves and May 14, 1C31. (
factures by ; ed the Ih.inslaMt.
on Thursday morning .
from the Usurpation of a majdrity exercised Sm : It has been ascertained that the de- *
of the
perversion revenue
usurped by a through the subserviency of those authfirilies" preciated currencies of foreign countries it is essentially necessary for their1 relief to
exercise sectional
and its involving
power, for sectional, aggrandisement Constitution elCneeded protection. have been variously estimated at the different encourage the importation of the only ar-- ,

Las oppression necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation -; Reliance for that protection surely wa not Custom Houses of the United States, tide of food which bean a duty, namely) ;

'which endangers the permanencyof placed in either the parties against whomit owing, partly, to defective .information as Flour; and of such materials as are required

the Union. It is impossible that the injured was being as a shield. The Supreme to the true specie value of such currencies, to repair the extensive damages
Court one of the Federal agents,was and partly to :an erroneous practice of
computing -
parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly which have been sustained in houses, buildings
unjust and unequal in its operation. not, fir .ore, entrusted wit its political their value according to the rates of '
Nov could ho of the and sugar works, over the greatest
guardianship. engine
exchange with England and reducing the
Without first proving, which is impossible ,
of this I do therefore
majority-the ballot box-have been con sterling value suchdepreciated part colony: hy
benrfitsof currency
thatthe protection are equally -
apportioned to all the States-fit is a gross aide red as the safeguard. The sectional into money of the United States without and with the advice nnd consent of HH

absurdity to contend that the burdens of minority can exert no influence on the representation regard to the difference between the legal Majesty's Privy Counsel, authorise and rc.

the TantT; press equally upon all. Jr, then, of a sectional majority. The and'the true values of sterling money in U. quire the Port of Kingstown to be opened
responsibility of representatives but secures Stales' To avoid such dIscrep- for' tho admission of
it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as currency. accordingly Flour,
its defenders vainly argue, its operation is their fidelity to their respective constitu- ancies and errors in future, the President and of White, Yellow, and Pitch Pino
ents, and the representatives of a minoritycan directs that whenever invoices arc made
unequal, and it becomes no
yet glaringly Boards Plank Scantling and Shingle
the ,
effect nothing against antagonist out in a the value of which is not
free to submit to its unauthorised currency
people free of all Duties
exactions. Much less is it to tolerated, interest which the representatives of a ma- fixed by the laws of the U. States,you will payable thereon, until
jority bo'compelled by their constituents the 31st day of December now nest ensuing
when it is evident that we are not only arbitrarily may require from the importer a certificate from
taxed as. consumers, but that the to enforce in utter disregard of tho the United States Consul, if there be one, of which all Officers of his MajcstyVt

inevitable result of thoprotoctive system is Charter. The principle, therefore is de- at the place of exportation,of the true value Custom, and nil others whom it doth!! ,

the ultimate ruin of the Southern producer solating-that the Constitution is at the discretion of such currency in Spanish United States shall, or may concern, are hereby required

in the prostration of.our agricultural inte- of a majority, and must and be-qmctly I silver dollars, and chargo the ad valorem to take due notice. and to govern themselves -
rest. surrendered to their wisdom jus ice.- duties according,: to such value ; or, in the
Besides, except; in the Parliamentary transactions absence such evidence that will accordingly.Given .
There is no solidity in the objection to you ascertain -
under Hand and
Seal at Arm
oflUc two houses of
Congress-bur 'said my ,
value from the
our resistance, that others are blindly sub- prices current,
frame of no where recognizes at the Government House in Kingstown -
mitting to the evils, which are overwhelming and such other authentic sources of informa-
them in common with ourselves.- the consolidating nile that the will of a majority tion as may be within'your reach& charge ,. this eighteenth day (If August,

This delinquency ii not our justification. If shall govern. The President may be the ad valorem duties accordingly. You one thousand eight hundred and lliir- -

wo are awake to the dangers and degradation elected by minority of the people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions ty-one.
jority of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to the consular certificate \
of our situation,it behoves us to leave By his Excellency's comma no,
uoeffort untried until we shall have repelledthe aggregate of whose population are a mino- ; and that uniformity may bo hereafter THOMAS MELVILLE.
invasion of ourjUbeftiesi, The.Evening rity of the whole people, may reject a measure 'secured at all the Custom Houses, you will
Government '
PosY will,therefore, exhort to resistance of unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Department,once month, Sec'. .

the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity of the people in the other House-and a statement of the rates at which time cur- Duly proclaimed in Kingstown, this eighteenth -

of that "American System,"which Las been vice versa, a bare majority in the other rencies aforesaid arc thus estimated,at each day of August, one thousand

built up on the minsof the Free System House may reject a measure passed by the port from whence goods arc imported andinvoiced eight hundred and tJlirtY-() (',and in the
unanimous of tho of
bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if voted<< Representatives in such currencies. In all cases of second year of his Mjjcsty's Reign
in the Senate Tho President .
the States a
doubt as to the value of such
established as the settled policy the country currency you
single individual, may put his veto'on the will to the 'ri for ,
must, in the end, either sever the bond apply casury Department ,
deliberate act of both Houses and the Judges Act. Pro. Marshal Gt-nerul.
; -
information. I obe
.Union,or melt down and consolidate the am, respectfully, your
State Boveieigntios into one limitless, irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office dient servant, S. D. ING1IAM' SOUTHERN
despotism. The Evening I'ost not by election btit by appointment may Secretary of the Treasury.OFFICIAL REVIEW.
set aside tho concurrent enactments of I TIlE subscriber begs leave to inform the
will Internal Improvement as unconstitutional :
as an engine of favoritism, House, Senate, and President. The power .CIRCULAR public that he has undertaken, for the next .

as source_ of sectional robbery, as crea- to protect the Constitution could not NAVY DEPARTMENT: l three Scars to publish the SouTHCiti* REm.w -
for perpetuating exorbitant have been rationally intrusted to the very 'Sept. 56, 1331.Sm and to-look Tor his remuneration en-

taxation ting a necessity it will the rechartering majority from which thqdanger of violationwas ,-In c6nscquefl'cc' of recent oc u'r- tirely to the present and future subscriptionlist

of tho United- States'oppose Bank, as manifestly apprehended. It would have been indeed rences in the e"ice.your attention is Invited of $3. As this source has hitherto been

unconstitutional and as prolonging the existence committing tile keys of thejLoiisc to to two subjects,where the laws now regulate inadequate to defray this expense he begs
of and it will the safe-keeping of those, distrust of 'whom the rights and power of all concerned leave earnestly to solicit the patronage of
a dangerous ;
tho projected disposition power of the Sur- suggested the propriety of locks. The pow- ; but whero there is still vested in officersa those who think the Review worth) of pub.
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Revenue a scheme of barefaced
as ,
wholesale plus bribery, which, if adopted, will Sovereignties-and thus not only was there may be desirable to them to know distinctlythe The subscriber has associated John ft.Irving
le5nitc rule of action for tho wishes of the President and of this De
give to oppression a duration coexistantwith provided a Esq.: with him in the publication of the
that of our overnmeat.A Federal Government but a power to render partment. Review, who will conduct the correspondence

zealous and judicious? attachment to the inoperative, that is to nullify,their unautho- One of those subjects, and our wishes up- establish agencies, collect and rccciye .
rised and irregular action. on it are, that when of the Navy
"Union prescribes the present the any portion subscriptions and attend to all the ,
So far as a congeniality of views furnishes relief to American vessels \
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising may exist business transactions of the Review,excepting -'
in relation to these the Eve- whether wrecked otherwise in distress
stand forthc Constitution, before principles, or the typographical department.:
the jarring interests of different sections ning Post is pledged to the State Rightsand -.to yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber has the satisfaction also

are organised against each other in irreconcilable Free Trade Party;" and as the supportof be, and long has been one great object of to annotmce that Hugh S. Legaro Esq (to

conflict-before, blinded by their measures, to be efficient, must include its gallant exertions, no compensation of whom the Review JIBS hitherto owed u

unrighteous gains, the consolidation States the support of men its humble aid will bo any kind should either be asked or rf'cein-d. much) has consented to be associated with

shall regard as undoubted right their unduo zealously contributed to extend the personal The. other subject, arid our wishes upon the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq in the literary -
adY:1DtagCI-before they shall resolve to influence and promote the political advancement it are, that till Congress deem it proper to department of this journal.

maintain at all hazards the tyrannous,principle of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws Concerning punish- The subscribers who are still in arrears

that "public opinion,"or the will of a, themselves to the good cause, which is iden- ments in the Navy, and whenever those laws will be pleased to make payment to J. B.

majority,isa po\Verabovc the Constitution; tified with the value of the Union, and tho allow a discretion in the choice of punish- Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will

and before tho victim sovereignties in minority liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its ments, the first resort, in the case of offences pay their 81)bscriptionslikewisc to him, ashe

goaded beyond endurance (unless tho I warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed by seamen H recommended to be always is alone authorized to receive them.

aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall by a personal pledge to no candidate had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace A. MILLEIt, ,

very rise in desperation and abolish a frame of for the Presidency, or any other and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad street, Charleston.
otlicc. than to the
humiliating practice whipping -
shattered to be
governmeuttoumuch recog In its amid the and that the
maintaining ground
con. DeyerOO same day, by NOTICE.
nised as that for which they originally stipulated
flicts of it will be the aim of the Eve- punishing under officer's
party, an own authority,
and which inveterate sectional hatred undersigned having re-established
I'ost to the of tho two offences at should the TilE
ning preserve dignity once, stripes, limited -
shall: then render it impossible ever at Key West, as a COMMISSION -
again to and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law, be exceeded in number; or MERCHANT AND GENERAL -
re-compose the belief that the legitimate ends of bo inflicted otherwise than in the
newspaper '
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, AGENT, offers his services to his friends
discussion best subserved firm and under the sanction of the
are by commandingofficer and the
will be satisfied with nothing but equality public generally.
without violence and zeal without of the station.
in- vessel
and it cannot be denied that by the Constitution ness or F. A. BROWNE.AprileO .
even if strictly observed, the slaveholding temperance. With the opinions and publicacts And that, in the case of offences by officers
States are placed at decided disad- of opponents, it will exercise the rightof which it is hoped their well known 1831
vantage. Once leagued for the resumption dealing freely-'>ut it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent lie offers forsale at his Ware House/
30,000 feet White Pine Boards
will submit part of its career will ever justify the suspicion from becoming frequent, a system more remedial
of rights they no longer to a
I of its even partial adoption of the infamous should be adopted by sentencing to 10,000 first quality Bricks
of indirect taxation calculated to
system 15 bbls
and maxim that all is fair in politics a reduction of rank and pay or to a suspension Baltimore prime Beef
blind the people to tho extent inequality 36 do Bread
TJtedomesticconccrmof native Stato from Navy
promotion rather than to
our -
burdens and will demandfor
of their they
theirlaboringclass a representation fully will be carefully watched and the policy from active service as persons, unfortunately 10 bags prime Coffee. .."

equal to that of the laboring classes of tho advocated which shall appear best calculated guilty of any misbehaviour need KEY WEST
Tho required concessionswill fur her prosperity, safe, and economical most the constant,discipline of active service
other States. SEG AR rIANUI"ACTORYV.
be refused by those by whom government. when suspended therefrom are ,
the Union certainly is regarded but as a bargain esti- While) tho Evening Post will be devotedto left without employment under greater \ II. WALL takes this opportunity of'

mated by a calculation of pecuniary profit tho promulgation of the political faith set temptation and opportunities for injurious informing the Public,that he has established
forth in this it will not be indulgences.
Federal bond will bo sundered neglectful A SEGAit : West.Ile
and the
and loss, I of the practical details of Commerceand LEVI WOODBURY. MAjfTFACTOBr at Key; .
-and forever. The advocacy of State imports for this the less
Trade, two branches of industry which purpose, very
Rights is Union., therefore the only faithful advo- must ho most beneficially affected by the oRDE ft-No. 16. Tobacco from Havana.Segara .

cacy of success of its doctrines. Great exertionswill HEAD QUARTERS OF THE ARMY. of the best quality, and of every
With firm conviction of this important
bo made to perfect the departments description be had
at his establishment
truth, the Evening Post will contend for ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE:,
connected with commercial intelligence, fir All orders in tho above line will
.f Liberty-the Constitution-Union. For and Washington, May 5tb, 1031.
our merchants and tradesmen shall find
Liberty lint, as the first of national blessings T Laving been meet the earliest attention.
the readiest attention to all their wants, and reported to the Var Department .
for the Conuit.tiou which secures it tho warmest gratitude for all their favors. that contrary to the provisions March, 1831.Loggerhead.
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union of the act, entitled An act to regu-
which strengthens: it against foreign ag TERMS: late trade and'intercourse with the Indian Turtle Shell.

gression. Without a rigid observance of Daily paper, $10 per annum. Country Tribes,and to preserve peace on the frontiers subscribers

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? without Liberty, and the uncertain danger I Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. white persons,with the intention there GEORGE E.

ef iulgujation(rom abroad is infinitely Charleston, Vt. 't, tRl1. to settle themselves have entered into tho Key West, June b WEAVER tc CO. .r