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: December 7, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL.. ..... 1. .,.. KEY WEST: WEDNESDAY: ])J:(', V, 1831. NO. ,14. ,rtt f

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:::: :! Vessels shall '
= tire tl.eir win&s, but find the'
no {)roperty saved, to onehalt'of. its lICit did portion of her cargohich was li e

: &SSTTS spot-) \-aluo. Conforming my opinion, thorcfote, led against by the said John Applornarjuii
r.niri.n nv Not even -SL rode from out the liquid graVo :10 tbAl cf Courts in cages presenting cir- he Condemned ; .and that the Mutthal.

b.': n. p-tnonr.L AVI> f.. M. srosr, Or show lho Shall f1Jlccdlt'rc lift its point to save, *&iim4tanccs very similar to this, I cannot of this Court,.nOrrgiving f*c days notictj-

And pt;'>lisi'-! ,1! on cry Wednesday by l.athilicJ strong Despair consent to allow to tho Lihellanl a greater of the time nod 'place of cole, proceed to

'THOMAS: JJjrFKKYS.PM5 After long! looking ,'cr the ocean wfdoTor proportion of tho value of this'vessel and sell tlm said, Brig :and Cargo at public out*

-:. the expected ; bb \V hich cometh not-- cargo than one half of the nett amount arising cry, at the Whaif of Ii". A. Browne, 1t.< .
-$.'*. per annum'payable: in All shall be void- from their 5al,, after all the expenses in the Town of..lcy'c t, to the highestand

.1' co.Ivertiserncnts. Destroyed! and charges: : whTch' have: been incured shall ) best bidder for cash; and that out oi"

j jqtiaro for: the inserted first insertion at one
furprety succceiliuj time, till order- Of life and the abhor'd him less; because tire sum to which ho tin the costs and charges: which

t e stopped. Children of the dust bo qucnch'd and. of will bo entitled, after deducting the expenses have been occasioned hy reason of this pro-
d each hi'oOf will very little exceed one third of the svxntion ho to the said John
...... .. : |wy Apple-
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.0 "" earth, nought left but the unbroken blue; gross sum for which the property will sell. man, jun tilt and on behalf of all pei-'nni: .

i'' POETRY., And of the varied mountain Having arrived at a cOhdu toll us to tho conceined and interested( therein as Libel- ,
-- --- Shall
a'in: TWO IlO 1LS.e Unchanged nought or remain of the level plain compensation which should he decreed in hunts, tine half of th'cbamo, being one halt ,
rv rms. IIEMANS. Cedar and pine shall lift their tops in vain, this case, would be unnecessary to add of.the twit ))110Cl'CI\1\ of Mid palcj; and tha.i
"Oi! if the Foul immortal be, All merged within the universal 1 fountain nny thing further to this opinion, worn it he pay over and deliver to the haul John
t h not iU love immortal too Man, earth, and (fire shall die, not for another nllcgniron which i is contained !MMvowrt late Mailer( of aid Brig, toi and
And eaand in the answer of the Claimant 1'11\t behalf of all
SCt'st hon home-'Tis where t> sky ... l' on persons concerned aunt! 111lervsted
woods my arc tveavine yon Look van and lifeless in the eternal, eye! allegation i is ihlcnded to present the fact, the.ieui, alt the tesidtioof the money

that a part of the-caigo \\hich was on hoard arising from said sale. .
.n theii dark richness, to the sunny air; JIll 1UOf1lP =___.
\Vhcrc yon blue stream a: thousand flower the Brig at hc time she was forced fiotn JAMES AVTBB, JuJge.L. .
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banks laving: the rocks in the gale of wind, was stolen -
Leads down the hills. 'a vein' of light-'tis, bellaut Appleman, Jun. Li- from her previous to her !being bioupht into (aiA MIUIr.sq: for Libellant, ant!

there! : j this! Port and that much wanton damage 1vi 1.r.t.tM li. HACKI.CV, Bs'q, for Claimant.i115LLLQNEOW. .
5. Libel /fur St!1-
Midst these preen; haunts how many a spring The Prig Concord ft Car'R lies gleaming, go, & John M'Kuwn, other things; : on Ilunll; ), Had: it appeared in
FringM with the violet, col r'd with the Claimant testimony that. this injury was done\ or that .

skiestyy The Libel in this. case sets forth that the cargo v.as purloined! after ho Brig came -- --- -- ---
Till HI >
boyhood's haunt through days of summer \\'EHU Ol A BACHELOR
into tho! possession of the Libvlkmt the
the Brig Concordvis; f found adrift! at sva, : ,
Under young dreaming leaves ,that !book with melodies 011 the evening of the 12tli instant, about Court would not only have considered it a rnoM AN oi.b co.MMON-rLAcc !OUK,
midway between the Island of Cuba: and sndicient! ie.af-on for dismissing claim to "1 don't clu\/'t to say much upon this heal.

tho coast of Florida l the Libeilant.) compenr-ation t ('Ii tinay, hut would have felt I'm a plain man null in n ",,1 'gll'1Jtntluni
home! the hy commanding Hut, oil) lords of ladies intellectual
3My spirit of its love is breathing it lie, its je ,
the to impelious to the
: Sloop Morning Star That duty present Inform us truly, have they not licu-peclicl
tn every wind that plays across my track she was entirely dismantled, with nothing subject to the consideration of the (fraud you nil!"

$Ycm .its white walls the very tendrils but leer stumps standing, her decks in great ,T I'Y. :Such testimony; however, has not August 4t& I never saw a \\'ol1'lnI -

wreathing, I. confusion l without any person on [bond, !been {'uducl'd-ll i is true, the Mate of the I thai is, 1 have seen very few women whom
Seem with soft links to draw the wanderer and with three foot: water in her hld.- Brig has sworn, that the articles supposedly 1 should not tremble to marry;=while they

back That with the assistance: of tlneoothei vessels the answer to have been stolen, were onboard who have f It'u'tdn my thoughts aril sol(

There am I loved-there (prayed for-there he succeeded in '(/wing her into the of her at the time fhe went adrift; tented Inc into an odd mixture of friendship!

my mother 1'ort of Key UVst, ufier experiencing: gnat and it is equally true that they wcic not on nnd admiration, that might be mistaken for'
(its by the hearth with meekly thoughtful (iiJ: cult), ami labor. That! some! of the vessels hoard when she was brought into this: port; love, are innumerable They have
eye, engaged in her were much in- hut it appears that several days intervenedbeleri
toning quality. of sweetness) something to dazzle
, There my young sisters watch to greet their the period of her otf and ;
, brother jured, and that the brig and cargo must going or '0 tlootlae; hut toe deficient in that genes>
; have been lost but for tho the time at which she was found and taken
wholly assistancethus
Soon their glad footsteps down the path will tat combination of virtues nnd graces, necessary
of the hibellant
fly rcndriod.Tho possession by ; and ahho1 to make them infe-likc. What imistiiy
answer of John :IVJ'Kown there something strange in the picsiimp-
alleges : it must! bo to be tucked to a coma
There strains of kindred
,blending are street, music that he is tire Master of the brig Concord. I lion that she was boarded within that time imnion of whom you ccfUrt-d, whom it is"yourdwf.v
Thai' hw left her the by some other vessel and a of the cargo
All the home voices meet at days decline; on tnoriiingof the Oth} part to lo\c. Whnl comparisons must
instant, aground on the reef this Tor- taken out-still, it is the only' presumption -
One arc: those tones, as from oDe heart ascending near : trash in upon a cooled husband. Preserveme.
tugas JJylit House, in charge of his mates which the Court feel itself nut hoi ised je gixln: !

There laughs my Ironies Bad stranger and crew, for the purpose of depositing to cnlcitain, especially: as tho witnesses:: : introduced August 5th. Last night waa: calm aKdcn. !

where is dune in a place of safety, certain; goods which by tho Libellant have swoin that I had! been strolling around the city
had been token from her and 'intended nothing was taken from her, and liu injury
-Aist. thou of mind- In solemn peace ro- ty. Hat; a cream ct Contours 'tilone.
'tis lying, tuming to her so soon as I hat object should which could ho avoided, done} on board ofherwhtlo TtJ( reVcre several iwrties around n>c
rat- o'er the derrrfsaml the tombs away be effected, but that she was driven fiom I she was: in the possession: of the somo ginceful guts, and tine or two dilL{

*I'is where I too am loved, with love undytog t the rocks on the night of t the same day by 'jib'ellanf or any other |person under his dren. How >erfectly they sccmcdk
j merry
a gale of wind from the North West and charge. While. the Court rejects this 1'll'tof
I stole under bonnet
a glance n large nn tho
And fond hearts! wait tcpbut where ,
nrc they that Ins crew were compelled to desert J the answer therefore, as being unsupported :: ficeQ: lifted ih the act cf speaking
by the proof to fix this
her. necessary The moonlight was soft yet distinct like
Ask tho earth's have theirdwelling .
were departed ciime tiieLibc-llant.or those
From the testimony, it appears that this, ulMIi Concerned that of n trusted lump, iuo leoturcsvero-
with him it takes thia
opportunity of
Ask of the clouds, the<< stars, the trackless 13 the same vessel which was stranded in ic- Animated ; more, they were perfectly ra*
that then is
air-! the night between: the first and second: ) of 111:11: king, no oilcnrc, upon the diant willi will and mind. Her look was

I know it not-yet trust the whisper, telling this month on one of the Tortugag shoal, perpetrators (If \hich, i it would be inure one of those that painters, except tho rarest

?ly lonely heart, that love unchanged is and from which certain goo'ds were taken disposed to'i..it tho severest (penalties of masters, never: catch. There iJ: u kind (It

there. and brought to this poll, and I libelled for the law. Them is something so: de{ iading, female voice which I cannot hear without'

3nl what) is )iomc-.and where....but_ with salvage by tidunrd lover Il also appears: and at tho same time so unmanly in the yeal ning to know the speaker. Those/ C'J
the loving? thut I claimant It.fllllp Bn i at the time crime of purloining! front the unfortunate, arc among the deadliest of woman1 snareck
Happy thou art, that so canst : thine! stated the fur that every generous mind would at onco
gate on in answer the purpose of superintending Good eCS, a pretty (butand such a voice,
l\tyspirit feels but in its! weary roving, ( the 1 landing and securing the shrink from its contemplation It i ia disgraceful amid) Monsieur Bachelor tolls into a leverie.

That with the dead, nhcreVe they be, is goods which (]lover had in custody, and :, enough to teal under oidmary The gentleman by her side addressed hef

'mine. that he intended returning '0 her with the circumstances: -hut when a sJiangcr is driven by her first name.: I remcmher nothing

On to thy home rejoicing son. and brother! view of saving the residue of (the Cargo' and It) out shores: by distress: :: his very misfoitnncs more fraught with pleasant and .endearing

Pear in frcih gladness to the household whatever else might\ he reserved! from her; c-ntitle him to our sympathy and associations! than this familiar: form of

.scene! believing at that I me that she: had bilged, piotectinn ; and he, who under such>> circntnstancu speech. Theic is Bomelhing and
Form, ,too, watch the !sister and the mother, ;, would ungenerously! lob him moos
anti that it would be
wholly impiacticable ludicrous to me in alt high-suunui11g titles
Z will believe-but dark seas roll between! of that which tilt its
to get her afloat ; hut that in consequenceof tempest in fury may arid I often smilo in dnccting a I letter to 'hifl
MAN her hawing been forced [on the sub>oucnt have e;pi red, not only desenea the unquuli- excellency or'Ihe general,'or my 'honota'-

)1IORU II"nO"l."And : <| night] fiom tho rocks Il'un which she lied execration of every honest man, but ble1 correspondents; but Julia, Maria, Fanny '
had stranded he 'had >hilsofjr! us: this Court is capable of inflicting
preventfrom! Amelia, how they flow from the lipst
is it life to wear within in}:self: it, receive that punishment which
This barrenness of spirit, and to be; cat rytug his intention into execution. It bo effectual in What a history of social intercotmi1, in ull
My own soul's sepulchre, for I have ceased further npi'eared, that thc mates and ciew of wllIl'wt.al'y more suppies- the by-paths: of life, they l betray to the 'lone
To justify my deeds unto myself the Brig, in whose caio she had been left sing in a crime so dirgraceful. )IJ' granger, who/ 'listensand envies and snya
The last infirmity of evil.! Aye, by Captain !MUvown, remained with her making thews remarks, the Court is nothing. I Wag disguising? ( these observe
Thou winged and doud-clcaving! minister! mail she had-drifted Lout! twelve miles happy to.add, that there i is no personal aj* tions under AH air of avidity towards my

[An tingle pta*P.S. from the him!, but finding it impossible to plication of them intended. As regards icc, when thoobjcctsof them (who I found

Whoso happy flight is highest unto heaven, manage her, they \'/ .:to cumjieHed to ul m- those persons who are regularly engaged in \\':te .-t' one family, the children being thbflspring <
Well may'st thou swoop so near rnc-1 the wrecking busineitf on this coast the
don her and seek their own safety. 'JTius of the young couple) atose thin
should be
abandoned, she was discovered at sea &cv- Court takes much pleasure in bearing testimony lady leaning confidingly on her husband'
Thy and thine! eaglets; thou art
.prey gone cral days unit{ rwftl'tI l"y the Libcllant, and to their honesty, integrity and fVutltsu aim, and each retaining the hand of a child,

Where tho eye cannot follow thee but towed into poit in tlif; manner set faith in courage in ihoperfoimancecf: the business::: and retired. I whistled the end of an old

thine the JILt:!. which they have undertaken, so far es their ballad, which I I presently recognized as tho

Yet pierces downward, onward or above, The circumstances of t this case have conduct has been brought, or has come air of "My heart, my heart U bieakiiig for
With pervadingision..-Beautiful! been urged the COIn within its knowedg} or observation and it of
upon ay: pOci'iilJ1peculiar / the love Alice GrayP I thrust Ins
\lo\r bcantifol l hall this risible world! feels perfectly assured that no offence of
merit-entitling the tsaivora to hands into called fur
my |pocket: a glass of
)low its and
glorious! in action itself!
thoburt! will CUT be imputed to them
uf the value of said ,
large and and
pnjportiuu braiidy water, wandered thro
Cut who away
ourselves the
we, name sovereign, long as they continue to observe that deporUncut -
-VTC, vessel and cargo, as a compensation fur which tho Crowd towards this den-rny room.
Half dust, half Deity,alike unfit their services.-It has been said, that a proportion has invariably characterisedthem : Every thing 'heitj 13 in confusion and has a
since this Court has had
TO sink or tear, with our mixed essence of 75 \IIIr centum, would! barelypay any opportunity vile odour of cigar emoke. There man inch
make, ( fur tho injury their property had! sustained of knowing them. of unbroken ashes lying on tho candlestick .

A conflict of its elements, and breathe, in rcnderirt3.tltis: service, and fur the Tho Brigis represented b> the Surveyors I ; the maid: has put he pitcher on my
The breath pf degradation and of pride, time they had lost from their ordinary pur who were appointed| to examine into London Spectator and four }pair oi !boots

Contending with low wants and lofty will, suits. Hut, upon a :strict: examination into !her situation, as being wholly unworthy of and my no* coat are lying in .the C llIcr.

And Till mortality men are-what predominates they name Dot, to themselves iho*} circumstance., the Court cannot perceive ; they ray; that so great is the injurywhich The/ wretch! After nil,a bachelor is a reglected .'
the ]pe.'cutiarilhich is conicndtd the has sustained, that club would not worthless sort of a creature Dear:
4Dd trust not to each other." for, or that they differ in joint of merit, in be worth as much when repaired, as it dear Mary, I \\'ishIVis" she had staid
any matcrhgn'C\ from those of oilier would cost to put her in a state fit for sea!! : longer in this city. I wonder what: doll

THE DELUGR.or cases where vessels: "have teen found abandoned I shall therefore direct her to be sold in her I she will fling herself away upon? I won.

at sea : The compensation allowed present state, believing it to bo to the inter. der if also ever thinks (4' mewhere tie

Tnt SAME. in all the cases of ihnt kind, to which the cst of those interested in her that she be d-P.i my night cap?) 1 shall never for

t.irth: shall be And ocean no breath, Joint !has hail fellT.-alld th'y hai'fnot disposed of in that way. get the lone of mirth with which he told

eave of the winds, be on the unbounded l beau tim -has ix en Hiimlavamiig! Whereupon, it is ordered, adjudged: and me, Faiertfll, 1 shall never WM you again!'
way:' onl)' from (., :<:.third c>i'the gn.U) value of dcci-J, that thc said Cr y ('o"':frd, and ilt( followed (by IK instantaneous! armor cf fcf: f


-. -- -'- A Special term of the. Superior Com',

Wee, the quivering of that back to the pleasantest hopes of her : G.'Z-I'JI" 1'L. for this District, was held on Monday last,
r a* sitoVen turning away.of !bfrfacei! / jnad l then returned to brood 'l'lll, -- for the trial of Land Causes arising under

ith fcaplain's shout, tuff :; (, their, desolation.. If she WEST The Cases of Dclespinc! .
KEY : Spanish grants.
wife would it be thus' ? What: a
my ,
perfect hypocrites women United States and Clarkvs
v, on certain subjects I fear I said! to render all the;multiplied adventures WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1831, Lazarus, vs! the ,
We young fife subservient to the gratification of -- -,- the. smcor the adjudication and settlement
too little to Mary.
or .
sometimes-itfu a pity but- a beingt .To ride with her through Cenaiderable-excizetnenttasexisted here of the titles to large tracts of land nr".

'' enormous gape, that threatened to scenes, to rcullu her the creations during this week, occasioned by the riotous I the Peninsula( of Florida, wore both contra ,

thp' wrong side out,cut me short, genius, the Intensely wrought stories of conduct a number cf the passengers fromon lied at the i instance of the Attorney for tlm

superb passages of Shakspeaie, the United States under instructions an we un
1 pm'q asleep. hoard i the wreck of tIle Ship Maria. As -
>l .." .\vhchcrics. of Moore, the classic '
August 6tk. Morning.- derstand received hy him from the Secretary -
as they arrived here, every accommodation
deluge. Let me eec. Take up of Pope,the clear exquisite: !'Iimpll1 1 soon of State.
to-day. Bee Murray about nnd- wit of Addison, lire delicious |p.a- which the place could was .
fair. k-binder, 304 Barrow. ]! and' irresistible humour of Washington granted them; 15 or, 20 tents were pitchedfor ) The Brig Leoand ship Liberty of Phila-\
What; picture rises in fin-/ their convenience, and a number of them,
It 1 is" astonishing what ,'. a up my with I CO passengers,were ashore Tortuga!.
mbn are exposed to. We are now perfectly happy: how vivid!- were takes into different houses.
eimiles of the-weathcr.. Spring ho| with a perfect content overspreading On Thursday last after a rather free indulgence I a few days since; by throwing over a part oftheir

ter drearinessf blooming like ,- feature?, employed at her sewing; the !in their orisons to Bacchus; they cargoes, they both succeeded in get-
in the the ting ( -Fifty one casks of ,inc, and ,fifteen
it be fire glowing
low like antumn. Can. grate; from some imaginary came, became dissatisfied -
around the windows, birrels of oil, supposed to be a of
it was I who scribbled the wind whistling ; and threatened the lives of Captain part
last page? 7 whining about. < toitoise rat asleep! oil the rug, and the the cargo of one of these ,vessels! have been
i\l'c iMullin and'stwe of his crew-they evidenced -
if and domestic! bliss, and all thai fight of the lamp making our neat their feelings that night,by the most picked up adrift, and brought to this placer)

"; have t-een Charles Bryon shoot furnished, room as cheerful as our own by ('apt. Lemuel Burrows,
lionso like a crnnon hall ( were amid, the commotions of life!. boisterous behaviour, consequence of _
wife the loosest reveries that which the: inhabitants at the lower; end'ofthe --c.
of his and nln'ntin
fiery expression ; now w;;
format 1
artf << that titer the first: day
Ilaight lagging me to discount a I fl( al through my mind. Shadows-,- Town were prevented from sleeping& : of Jan the
..next, Tonnage duty on foreign-
five hundred dollars, to pay for J lord." It i is a happiness to sit and.dream! in- momentary expectation of having their vessels at the Port of Havana, will bo redu-

elswho! profess5nde|> ?; yet it is a crime. Is: if good or evil houses assaulted. On Friday afternoon they ced from $2 60 to $1 50 Tgn .
!. / l write in this careless disjointed style* |per
my friend* entrapped by a sm collected such numbers on Brown's wharf .
and soft hand a edvery voice n4wer thou praying mortal, whoe'er thou -- _.._-,- ",., -
n ,
that, the proprietor Was obliged to suspend --- - If..... .
off from the club whosceyeperrhanccwilldetcci t these! .J '
foot, to swear ; MARINE:
business-here' ? general battle ensued a- 1
virtuous; to go home at ten and thoughts, when I am mouldering,
smoking; and to give up the [ goat, and forgotten among hu m-ng thein, ro, which it was'difficult to tell INTELLIGENCE..

of falling in love wi'h all the beings. who or )how many were engaged, and a .
ations with which nature ha. (' disfiguration of eyesand noses followed,
is this, The soft and!
earth, as tho stars come out in a night which by no means added to the engaging SINCE OUR LAST.
is setting in silehce and a
this for one-a single pair of moon -of the The citizen
ragged clouds arc lapsing through tho appearanc party. Dec. 1. Sloop Sarah Isabe rar Houseman,
eyes-with a right to reproach me ( became for the of
generally safety Reef' wVccked good and from
with the delicious tide \(' Thou' eternal arch of unuttcra- ; passengers
ing about that their property-Under tlt;-e circumstances ship Maria to F'. A. Browne.
splendor Imagination, courses
my and their sovereign pleasure? all things earthly, with an almost om- letters were addressed by the proper authorities J-'cbr. Motto, Barker, Reef; wrecked
deemed myself more ma ly, more I goods and from Ship Maria to F.
more wise. A married: man is power, tires out and sinks down, ,to :Major Gi.Assti. commandant of the A. Browne.passengers!

lie is bound down with a in soaring into thy blue expanse. Post, and Captain SHUHMICK, of;the U. S. 'I Schr. Eliza Williams, Brown, Savannah

putian chains. Ho is burlhened ( "' which out speed:3 imagination with Sloop of War VINCKNNCS, then in port Master, bound to New Orleans. '

necessity of thinking for two, wonderful swiftness, even light in its requesting them to co-operate in protecting Sloop Signal. Griffin Baltimore with 20

twenty lIe lJIullipliN his journey through thee, die away tho citizens of Key West from aggression. negroes to Master; for JS'cw Orleans.

his cares, 'his fears. If unhappy nothing, crossing but a speck in thy These calls were promptly answered; a de Charleston.i lee. 7. Sloop Mary bun, Capt. Shalcr,
life comparatively! smaller than time ,. .
be sneaks
nexion, through
tachment of the
I Marines.under commandof '
with, u tin cannister tied to his ofan insect's sting. How many hate: Vincennes .
happy, he resembles one who has on thee as I do now, lost in thy in- Lt. Evfii.Efrom: the landed, Dec. 1 Sloop Mary Ann, Ximcncs. Ilava-

a beautiful ship, loaded her with ? Caesar:! from his armies, has mark- they remained during the night at the warehouse ','nag Master ,

fections of soul, and sent her these very stars, and Tarquin, when ho of P C. Greene; whilst detachment Span. Schr. Joseplj, Yanes, do Master

s continually with through the streets of Rome, cursed of If. S. Troops under the command of Lt. Span. Schr. Temeridad.Codoy.do, do. .
ocean wept
Dec. 6. Schr. Eliza Williams, J. Brown,
ricanes. I light ; Richard the lion-hearted glan MANM.Nb, patrolled the streets. As soon for New Orleans ith 162 passengers, by F.

Night. One of the up at thec from the plains of Palestine; I na it was known, that steps were taken to A. Browne. \

tures I ever met. The day has Mary of Scotland, from her prison case prevent or, suppress any riotous conduct, Sloop Signal, Griffin, N. Orleans, 80 pas

with heavy showers and dark perchance loved yonder very steady the mob dispersed and remained seiigcr, by F. ,\. Browne.SJp '
I was walking in Broadway before and saw it through her slowly rol perfectly -.>p Spermaceti Cift! > Tortngas!, by
immortal Will quiet, up to the time of their sailing on yesterday master.
girl, whoso face (I never pass a tears; Shakspeaie stole
without ciiticizing it) wan of from the midnight riot, and fixed his for New Orleans Dec. 7. Schr. Motto, Barker, Florida

ty; an immense buck cloud sudd eyes upon thee while ho muttered Had not these steps been taken, it is more Reef, by master.
Sloop Sat ah Isabella Houseman
ed over the city, and a few large wnnd'r(1 those inspired sen'ences which wero than probable that some serious mischief do do.,

heavily. SIlO stopjxjd and be familiar to so many million, million might have resulted, as the individuals composing I ."---- .j------!!!!!!

barru<;sOO. She was without an And who will bcgazingon thee when the mob were generally under the NEWDVr.ItTISEIE..' TO;.

-iniuo was largo and new 1 hundred years shall have dragged them- excitement liquor during their stay here.
she it with smile hat ('! their victims when We The United States
accepted a I tlvayVitll ; all- understand that in consequence; of of"-11>I111C-

my breath. 1 accompanied her to who now live and hope, who strut in this occurrence, and the prevalence of unfavorable -

it bore the name of my old or stalk in wo, shall be but the fan- winds; the! Vincennes has heen de- f'- rica.

and friend, Leigh Ackerman, images of a half forgotten dream; tained at this place longer than was contemplated SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
Imps wift1 was thunderstruck. will then )ho gazing up at you from this FLORIDA
her first .
on arrival. ss.
Ackerman? Leigh Ackermau? (' city? Vain yearning, to grnsp ,
and to such a creature! Her locked-up secrets of nature! What an Since the above was in type, we 1'lvehe To the Marshal of the Superior Court for

vitation was twice repeated before ] i ccl is man en informed, thatthcdisturbance originated said JIstrclGrccting: -

and then 1 stumbled into: the with a Mr. Smith, (one of the contractors rWTHEREAS' DAVID COFFIX PINKy -

than: in a dreDm.J ) who had illegally/ exacted money from II \\r Esq. has exhibited his Lt-

My old friend met mo with a COMMUNICATED sorneof these unfortunate individuals Upon bef f mr :and on behalf of JACOB HOUSE-

accepted an invitation to repeat : 0ft THE KEY WEST GAZLTTE. was compelled to disgorge.SALVAGES. pro|,onndintT, that on the 2Glh day of No-

ten. The husband shook me ct from Ship Florence's Log Book. --.- vemlier, 1831, a Ship was discovered onshore .
the hand, the lady thrilled rue on that of the Florida; \
i "About 8 o'clock, on the evening of -The following Causes in Admiralty part Reef..called
the kindest, dearest of looks, (' 10th, while going at the rate of have heen decided hy the District Carysfoid Kref; that upon selling along

soon wandering through the streets knots per hour, the Ship Florence went Court at this place within the last four, or side of said ship she was ascertained to bo

ry,which 1 'broke by running my : on the S.Y.. end of Loggerhead five cia}.. tho Ship AIAKIA, of Philadelphia, bound
3 pump handle. A fair to New Orleans with two hundred and for-
Tortugas Islands. At the time the Bethel, et al. vs the Brig Doris, Churchill
ditlercnco between the dreams
struck, no light could he seen from oil master ly-two passengers and their baggago onboard
alities of life. and very faintly from aloft. At in -Salvage thirty per centum upon : That they found it impossible to

1, August 12/A.-Have seen during this and tho three succeeding the value of vessel and cargo. The Brig save the ship; (but succeeded in saving her.

chantress frequently since. How tho light was apparently extinguish was sold hy order of 'apt. Churchill, and cargo, tackle, apparel, &c. and the passengers -

beautiful she is. What a life and On thu 13ih inst. Sloop Spermaceti, brought about 500 dollars-She was bond on board and bringing them in safety

from her largo black ryes. Clift. came along side. On board of upon examination to be wholly unseaworthy to the Fort of Key-W cst. And that in as
-look of a gazelle, and < and not much as they have rendered valuable
Sloop was Capt. Glover, Keeper of capable of being repaired, except services -
over her features an expression: of Light, as a passenger from Key at an expense greatly excelling her value. they are entitled to the favorable consideration -
the lashes
a. drooping long over of the
who Court.
$ : reported having been absent from Capt. Churchill/ it is laid intends,
of light, a compression of the Light more than a week. From a more for the port of its original destination- And whereas the Judge of said Court f for"
half stifled sigh, as if she were l with said District hath ordered
acquaintance said : and directed
gentleman, that portion of tho on
I ice it all Leigh Ackerman is cargo not taken to
understood pay the 3d December
that ho 'had left at the l next, for all persons concerned
ing for her, and she has found it salvage.
Iou o his wife,an invalid,and a black to be cited and intimated appear at
is who a princely fellow in appearance; to take care of tho Light during his:: Houseman, et all vs Goods Tackle &.C. the Court House at Key West, in said District

the knows him may say with .. Capt. Glover remained on board saved from Ship Maria, M'c Mullin late mas to show cause, if any they' jive, why
mask in the fable "
How utterly, wasted her, tine What' a ) one night, while we lay at anchor/ about ter. The Maria uas entirely lost; the passengers J lId ffi'lIt should nol pass as prayed: You

be on him As I was: looking same distance from the light we had and crew (about 250 persons) and I are therefore hereby authorised, empowered -

glowing face this evening, the while ashore He repeatedly remark a small part of the cargo, and the rigging & i and strictly enjoined peremtorily to cite
the had state of the lamps and the dim and admonish all whatsoever ha
sails of the persons
camo across my mind, if fate had | Ship were saved and brought to *
of his light owing to his absence from this ving or pretending to lave my right title
mine! and as our eyes met,the : place by the lilelJants-TLe cargo was claim ,
On the next day wo were at anchor or interest in or to the said tackle,
seemed felt by her. greatly damaged, the whole
tho ship/ about two miles from the having been recovered apparel, &c. of said Ship as aforesaid

What a fool or villain am I: On Capt. Glover taking leave of us, from the water by diving-It was I and by all other lawful ways, means and

I am thus wasting my soul on )lIt 8 o'clock, he remarked that so soon sold (exclusive of \lc rigging &c. of Ship) methods, whereby this Monition may be

cares not for me; a villain if ho should arrive on shore we should dis- by orderofCourr for 1455: dollars-Salvage made most public and notorious, to be and

have said or dono has awakened a material change in it for the better, sixty six and two thirds per centum. Hppear at the time and place a-

found som forbidden that: the wish husband, a vain is.710J regret. / was fully proved, it showing during Clift, vs Ship Florence, Blackler master foresaid, before theJudge aforesaid and aj-
remainder of the so to attend
night a bright and
Salvage fifteen per centum. The value upon every session and session
to hcr.- He of
-- scarcely ever reli'rns l light. to bo held there and from
the thence
fore midnight. Shoo sees no property saved 20000. The ship was definitive until a

And I-she-that i is, my From tho circumstances attending the greatly damaged, but is undergoing such repairs I mulqed in sentence the said shall bo read and pro

H ')us feet bear me to her door, of Ship Florence I am induced beie.as will enable Capt. Blackler to them business inclusively; if
o public the any them shall think it their du.
extract her
against: did -feeling to
[ some other
my reason. Why port where she can ty so to do to hear
nssis't ,
thing can be done ; by and perform
; her before! The clock strikes to our se be put in good order. The Florence all and
What is she doing now! Sitting : brethren, in rescuing themselves fine new U a singular such Judicial acts as are
when and
lancholy Hone the distress of Shipwreck it the iiirvey was necessary by law required to be done
by a 'dlill |light| is a duty Leld upon her and
expedIted in
tones of this very bell strikes on h we owe to each other bad situation although reported to bo in a to do and| the premises, and further

ed solitary! bent like deatlrkne)), W.\(. G. BLACKLER. that we were gratified to learn snail receive: what unto law and justice
startling knock of an intoxicated was susceptible of repair. appertain, under the pain of tho law
Captain Ship Floffl (. an,1
contempt thereof
The the
breaks tho wherein her opinions pronounced the absenco or coq
revcry, soul Key West, 5th Dec. J831. by Court in l"macynrthemancjcveryof:
each them in
case will in due time be published. wIse any
: And whatsoever


jou shall do in the premises you shall duly tor CWi; so much of the Cargo of Ship water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance I port or harbour of Key West, unUs lie
certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the FLORENCE, consisting of'a General assortment ,refusing to reecho a pilot outside of I I shall have freely mill llllt'ul| departed 1 'T'om
time and place aforesaid, together with of Mahogany Furniture,Groceries, the Reef; when a Pilot shall tender his services the 1 place whence he came, and liavc in his
these presents.Witness Dry Goods &c. as will satisfy a decree of shall he liable to pay full pilotage; possession a passport, or such other papers:
the lion. JAMES WF.IW, Judge of said Conrt in favor of Hiram Clift & other. but inside of the Reef & not within two as ore usually granted at tho port whencehe
said Court for said District, this the !2iiil for salvage. milcsof the Light-House on Key West,tho came, permitting him to der irt tl.crc-
day of December, 1831. '+ L. M. STONE, said light (bearing E. N. E. the said vessel from.
I JOEL YANCEY, Clerk. : U. S. Marshal S. District. shall pay half pilotage. Sec. 4. He it further ordatafJ, That
Per THEODORE OWENS, Sec 6. The Reef shall be considered the Master of any ship or \'esse'vllO) shall
THEREFORE, in pursuance of the Monition Dcpt. Marsha when the Light-Housc on Sand Key bears bring within tho port or harbour of Key
under the seal of the District Courtof Key-West, Dec. 5, 1831. either ii:. N. E. or \V. S.W. West, any foreign passenger who may have -
the United States of America for the Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot I clandestinely departed from any foreign
Southern Judicial'District of Florida, tome AirriULL &. M'DONALD, age, bound from this Port, shall 1 pay tho place<< and who shall\ not possess a | "*8port
directed and delivered,! do hereby give snIP CAUPRNTEIIS, same as vessels entering:' but if said vessel or other evidence of his having been iiermittcd -
public notice to all Arsons in any manner T3 ESPECTFULLY inform their friends shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they to depart from thencet-and per- .
interested therein, that they be and appear ,1 and lie Community in general, that shall be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. milting him to land without permission first
before the Court, to be holdcn .in and for they will undertake to repair upon the shor- 8. All vessels except wrecking vessels obtained from tho Town Council, hall
the said District, at tho Court House in test notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or. Boats. smacks and vessels under charge of forfeit nnd pay, for each passenger so landed
Key West, on)the second day of December P.Application J. Fontaine may be made at- the Store .of wreckers entering or leaving this Port tho sum of fifty dollars.

next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that Key West. Nov. 23, 1031. through tile North West passage,and drawing Sec. 6, Be it further ordained, That
day; then and there to interpose tlJe r cJaims four feet water, or tover, shall pay two nny foreign passenger landing within the
for tile same, and to make their allegations,' HENRY K. NEWCOMDT7"ILL : dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his Town of Key West, without permission
;n support thereof. attend to any AGENCY or services;, but i if said vessel does not receive first obtained from time Town Council
T -
L. M. STONE ; bog?intrusted COMMISSION to him. Office Business and that StoreRooms may said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid; I or without having the necessary
U. S. Marshal S. Districts in the Warehouse of FIELDINGA. if a Pilot docs not tender his service out passport or other evidence of his being allowed -
Per THEODORA' OWENS, BllOVVNE, Esq. side the bar of tho said North-West pas- freely lo depart from the port whence
Dcpt. i tarsi al. Ksy-West, Nov. 16, 1C31. 11 tf sage, then he shall not claim pilotage or ho came, (if any is usually granted at such
Key West, Dec. 2nd, 1831. '. _--- -- --' half pilotage.Sec. place,) shall he liable to enter into bond in
EDWAltD CIIA JJEn, 9. Wen two or more Pilots shall the sum of jj 1,000 with good security", to
,The United States of Arne ATTORNEY Or. TilE UNITED ITTATES SOUTHERN tender their services to any vessel, tho first bo approved of by tho President of .the
t.: ; .. DISTIUCT OF FLORIDA. alongside shall be nccepted, and if refused, Council or a Justice of tho Peace depart
I'' ; lo -
nca; Court House, Key Wast, April 20, 1C31. the said,Pilot, shall be entitled to received from the Island within such time as

SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF !'. C. TIFT & CO. half pilotage. may bo deemed reasonable, or on failure
FLORIDA,ss. AVE received from New York, per Sec 10. When a Pilot shall discovertwo I he committed to jail.
To the Marshal of the Superior Court of IT Schooner ;:3loningt, au extensive or more vessels, it shall be his duty to Sec. 6. He it further ordained That
assortment of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, visit that which is nearestunless a signal of the several fines and ]*'iiattiea hciein cn..
sail District, Greeting: Groceries: Liquors, &c. &c. consisting in distress be exhibited on one moro icmote: I acted, may b HEREAS DAVID COFFIN PINK part of the followingarticles- and any Pilot fiuling to comply with this dent of the Town Council or any Justice
-HAM, Esq. has exhibited his libel LIQUORS. GHOCF.IUFS. )provision shall forfeit his Branch. of the Peace. :
for and on behalf of Lemuel Burrows Holland Gin, New Orleans Sugar. Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the ,

. and others,stating, alleging and propounding Jamaica N. England Humtit do Loaf Croix& Lump, do do Town Council,of incapacity or negligence., OKDKN.>'NZA--NO. 9.
That on Thursday, the 1st day of December Gin Hyson Tea shall, upon conviction, bo deprived of his
Country Young la introduction
1831, they discovered adrift and Cbofry Brandy ) Coffee, Tobacco Bianch. .Arreglando, dc Pasagc-
abandoned on the high seas, near the. Tor- Madeira Wine Raisins,'Choc lo.te Sec. 12. All fides and penalties imposed ros, Estrangeros, en Pueblo dv Cayo
tugas, fifty-one casks of wine and eighteen Tcnerifie do Soap, Sears by this Ordinance shall bo recovered before llucso.
barrels of oil: 'fhat, IJy the exertion of Malaga do Sperm, 'fallow and the President of tho Town Council, allowing Por cuauto, varies criminates, del in-
the crews of several vessels they were enabled ( Port do. Uaberry Candles to the parties, in all instances, an cuentes contra las leycsdel pais doilmulovinirron
to savo the same: And that in as Claret do Powder and Shot appeal to the Council. lian sido iniroducidos
Crac- cu ute
Cordial Pilot Bread,
much as they have been the only means of Raspberry Peppermint do kem, Flour, Fulton Sec. 13. When Pilot shall go on l ward I'ucito, procederitcs do otro estrniigems,
saving said wine and oil from destruction, Market Beef. of a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, mind I y como'la continuacion do ecmcjantes enIrudus '-
that the hearing of said Ii.' shall also furnish the Master Commander
they pray upon WHY GOODS. or pucdcii, ser otcndidag comn do inju-
,, he), that tho whole of tho" same, or such a of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- riosas consecuencias la comcniclud
Superfine Black Cloth, do Olive do, Linen para ,
part thereof, as may appear* just, be awarded Shirts, Cotton do, Sewing Silk, IrishLiaen ) nance. a menos quo mndidas no scan lomadus Para
them. Assorted Muslins, Prints, Belt Ribbons Sec 14. Time following rates of Pilotta'gc lemediailas:
.And whereas the Judije of said CourtS : Calicoes,Lace,Shawls, Gauze Ruffs, arc allowed : Portanto sc or Jena jwr rl Presidente y
for said:: District hath ordered and" direct- i Cravats, Gloves. &c. On vessel drawing S feet, $7 00 Miembros del Cabildo, Quo desde el pri-
-cd on the ICth of December Next,'Jor all ALSO 6" 900 mero del times de Noviembro proximo, en
persons concerned to be cited and intimated An Extensive Assortment 7 1000 adelanto el Capitan docuolqiiicr a Bnqnc
jo appear at the Court House at Key-West, ofItEADY.MADL 8" 1200 en'rundode nlguu Puerto o Jugar tslrallgc-:
in said District, to show cause, if any they CLOTHING, 9" 1350 ro a el de Cayo Hueso, ha do muiiifeitarul
have, why judgment should not pass as & a' 10" 16.00 Escribienle del Cabildo el numci'O do pasngcros -
prayed You are therefore hereby authori:' 11" 1C 50 no ciudadanoa tie los Esludos (Jnidos -
sed,empowered and strictly enjoined pe- CUTLERY, &c. AC. 12" 1800 ni vecinoa del Pueblo do Cayo Hue-
remptorily to cite and admonish all persons & '' 13 1950 so; y ha do pagar al Tesorero nor cads (lIP
whatsoever having or pretending to have ALSOA I. 14 t. 2300 sagero Un Peso.
:1ny-rigM,'title, c\aim\ or interest in or to I J' 15" 2700 Sec. 2 El Capitan de cuallluicr a DUIUO
the said fifty-one casks of wine and eighteen Articles too 'r' to : 't.-.It' ,%'00 (.......1.. ._....4' .....1_............QA 1...__ .1.":'.
of numerous
barrels of oil aforesaid, by all lawful be Variety inserted. 17" 3000 puce do Ja cntrada de dicho Buquc, ha do
ways, means and methods, whereby this Monition Key West, Nov. 2, 1(>31. 9 tf tor 18 4000 ser mullado y pagara adernau de la so ma
may bo made most public and notorious 19" 4500 onto dicha per coda pasagero ChIco pesos.
to bo and appear at the time and placo J. J. MITCHELL 20"c 5000 Sec. 3. Ningun pasagcro estrangero de
aforesaid before the udge aforesaid, and the public that he has loca- ,21 5500 olgun Buque ha do per |ernntido de emn-
also to attend upon every session and 5Ssior.s -) INFORMS in this Town for the purpose 22" CO 00 barcar on el Puerto do Cayo Hueso,aincnos
to be held there and from thenco un- of his trade as SAIL-MA I 23" 0500 quo no haiga publicamento y librciiicnto
til a definitive sentence shall be read and I ({ER &carrying HIGHER on all various branches. I 24" 7000 salido del lugar do su proccdcncia, y lieno
promulged in the said business inclusively, He occupies a Loft in the Shop of I Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained en su poder pasaporto o otro 'tebtimonio tar
if them or any of them sh.1llthink it their Mr. Atkins. on board any vessel after she hag arriv- cual como loa quo no conceders en Puerto
duty so to do, to hear, abide by and perform Key-West, Nov. 9, 1031 10 tf ed in the harbour, at the request of he de su procedencia purmiticndolo eu salida.
all and singular such judicial acts as are Master or Commander of said vessel, said Sec. 4, El Capitan algun lluflnc quo
necessary and by law required to be done ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive I Iraiga dentro del Puerto do Cuyo flue:tmo 1\1-
and expedited in the premises: and further Three Dollars for every such day. gun pasagero quo hayga salido clandestinamcntc -
to do and receive what unto law and justice the Town Council, passed Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for r de algun lugar y quo no posca jmsa-
sha'.l 1 appertain,under the pain of the law Branch, shall, at tho time ho obtains tho porte o otro tcstimonio do habcr uido pcrm -
and contempt thereof, the absence or con- Oct. 15, 1831. same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer tulo sit salida y |crmiticndole desembarcar
tumacy of them and every of them in anywise TEN DOLLARS, also one Dollar to the Clerk lIiuJ ertniso primcro obtcnido del Cabildo,
notwithstanding: And whatsoeveryou ORDINANCE-No. C. for issuing the same. 0 ser multado y pagara par calla pasa
shall do in the premises,you shall duly To regulate the Pilotage this Port.Be Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of gcro usi desembarcardo Cincucnta Pesos: :
certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance Sec 5. Que cualquier ,jwsagero estrnn-
time and place aforesaid, together with are hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. gcro desembarcando dentro del Puerto do
Town of West That when
Key any person
these presents. Cayo Hueso, ein! |>crmiso; prirnero obtenido
shall be desirous of having the situationof
Witness the lion. JAMES WEIIB, Judge of Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall presentto 9. del Cabildo o sin tcncr el )pasaporlo lucfneario -,
said Court for said District this Gth 0 otro tcstimonio de 111lcr( sido j>ennitido i.
our ,
the Council written petition whercup- '
a ; Regulating the introduction tf Foreigners
salir librcrncnto del Puerto do sit
of December 1831. pro
day it shall be the of the Council to -
on duty appoint into the Town West. ei; coetumbroen tal hu
JOEL YANCEY, Clerk. a committee of three competent per- of Key I ccdencia ( cc" lugar) do
the WHEREAS several criminals, offenders against ecr siijclo a entrar en obligacion en la sunset
THEREFORE, in pursuance of the Monition sons and fitness to make of enquiry the! persons applying qualification-, and res the laws of tho country whence de Jj 1000 con buena fianza quo este approbu
under the seal of the District Court thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived at Key do por el Presidente del Cabildo o un juez
of the United States America, for the purr of the hoard, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, arid as a continuance do paz para quo saiga: de la Ysla,dentro del
Southern District of Florida, to me directed petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots appointed I of such arrivals will bo attended tiemN| como sera cansidcrado razonablo o
and delivered, I do hereby give public: shall: previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to en; fultando sera conducido a la carc 1.
notice to all persona in any manner interested Brand, give bond with good, and sufficient the community, unless means be takento Sec. 0. Quu-las multaa aqui ordanadas
therein, that they be and appear before security for the faithful performance of their present them: pucden Bcr cobradas por Presidcnfo del
tho Court to be ho'.dcn! in and for tile said duty. le it therefore ordained, by the President Cabildo o por un juez do }>'z.
District at the Court House. in Key West, Sec. 2\ All Pilots holding a Branch, :I and Members of the Town Coun-
on the second day of December next, at ten shall have and use a Boat sufficiently large I cil of Key West, That from and after ORDINANCE. II.
g,'cIOck in the forenoon of that day then to enable them to proceed over the Reefand I the first day of November next, the Master Constituting a Committee of Finance.
and there to interpose their claims for the render the aid of Pilotage t9 any: vessel re- or"any vessel arrhing from a foreign portor lie it ordained by the President and
name, and to make their allegations in support quiring the same place, at tho port of Key West, shall Members of the Town Council of Key
thereof. Sec. 3. That all vessel drawing over C make a report to the Clerk of tho Town West, That from and after the passing of
I L. M. STONE, feet of water entering this Port, except fishing Council, of the number of passengers onboard this Ordinance, two Members of the Board,
I! Marshal S. District. smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels not citizens of the United States, to be designated by the President from timeto
Per. THEODORE OWENS.Dcpt. under charge of wreckers, shall pay the nor residents of the Town of Key West; time, shall constitute a Committee of
Marshal. rates of Pilotage herein after specified. and shall pay to the Treasurer ono dollar Finance.
Key-West, Dec. Cth,' 1831. Sec. 4. If a Pilot docs not board or offer for every passenger aforesaid.Sec. Sec. 2. He it further ordained, Thatit
hU services to a vessel liable) to take a Pilot 2. Be it further ordained, That shall bn the duty of tho said Committeeto
Marshal's Sate.B until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of the Master of any vessel failing or neglect eiominu and audit all bills or accounts
y virtue of a writ of venditioni ex- tho Light-House on Key West, said Pilot, ing to make such report within ?4 hours presented: against! the Council; lo examine
ponas issued out of, and under the HO boarding or offering Ins services,shall be after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit taw accounts of Treasurer and Marshal,
'peal of of the District Court of the United entitled to only half pilotage; and if said and pay the sum of five dollars, in addition and make reports quarterly as to the mate
States,for the Southern Judicial District of Pilot does not board said vessel 'till the to the turn aforesaid required for each of the Finances.:
Florida; I will expose for sale at public Light-House on Key West is distant not iiossenger.See. D. PINKHAM,
outcry on Saturday next, the 10th. inst, at more than! two mile, and then boars E. N. 3. Be it further ordained, That Predt T. C.
10,,cW!U A. 1I. at the tVarc.1N.se of (*. C. E. no filntago fcliall I lie claimed. no foreign tmassentr: fiouiany hip" 01 \(-115cl 11. S. WATERHOU3E,
Greene Esqr. in the Town of Key Vest, I Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feet \, !hall be permitted to land within the C/crf



country pet apart and: allotted to theot:: '- -.
PROSPECTUS formidable than Iho certainty of being CIRCULAR al tribes of Indians! established beyond! ti...

or THE trampled by those with whom we have con- TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limits of the States, under treaties: made

STATE HIGIITS AND FIICI3 TRADE federated at home. hence is is vitally impprtant 'J'nEA.t'1\Y! ItrAfTMrat with the said luriun! Tribes by the Unit i
that tho should be sustained
EVENING POST. power April Gth, 1331. St:1.tCthe Commanding!;: officers of the stvcral -
which alone strict construction
FJ IIE establishment, ia Charleston an can compel a SIR posts on the frontiers nrc enjoine-1 ta
of the Charter. That resides! with ,
A. additional devoted to the power that tile provisions of the act above> !
: Newspaper each State It is the State Representation have been made to this! fee a
support of their principles! has been rfrcrn of some of our Consuls, and luded to be enforced in relation to the removal -
Kight sovereign interposition to arrest! Department by
expedient by the STATE RIGHTS the of United of time said unlawful: !frettler.s t ,kit -
that crops
The other ,
usurpation! of Federal agents. existence persons
FREE TRADE P \RTV. In for their guido in the execution of the bill!:
pursuanceof of this right as the conservative States rnrrcha, t vo! ,Is have been discharged
. this determination: THE EVENING their commanders, duty, the uct above referred 1o.by .
, principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine ir foreign ports by
POST will be commenced A3 a Daily Evening the of order cf '/\LEXANUKU MAIOMB: ,
; it is co-cval with our Federal polity, without complying1 provisions
Journal to noon as the requisite oiBcc Maj. Oen. Ccrnmauding Mn Aruiv,
the of the 8th of rcbrua-
and was asserted by its founders and con- act of Congress
be I:. JONL:
arrangements can completed. ;. This principle is ry, 1803. Your attention is, therefore, ,
The political tenets to which the Evening the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing specially. called to this subject, with a request C-tr._Ajj.]j 'O\ ;
Post will be devoted, are so familiarto ours from other Republics not Faderal that increased! vigilance! tray he ox- SAINT VINCKNT.Uy .
have been the
this so long
subject of discussion: by the in their elements. In the latter, a 'crtcd to prevent future infraction of the his Excellency the Right Honom.V mi.; '

prominent press-ana have been so often and trium- Constitution is, in fact, by.a symbol of public 1aw; and it is expected that you will require Sir George l-'itrgerald! ilill, Barrr.-,
is construed And varies with satisfactory evidence that there has'
aled by the first minds in our opinion by Gom-tal fj G'ovn' or-in-'Iiiti.'!
ph:1ntly'indi Captain ,
the changing will of a majority ; while in been a strict compliance with the requisitions -
tftato. and in the Federal councils, that it in and over the Island of St. Vincent:
in each
our Republic a guardian power preserves it of the foregoing act case, before ,
is deemed unnecessary'to promulgate offer more as a permanent rule of action. the bond of the master, required'by liequia, find such of the Island? commonly -

than the following exposition'vhieh is The formal recognition cf 8h a righton the first section; thereof, be allowed to be called the GrananMncsj r.nd] thni*.'
detailed creed.
ed in lieu or a more political
Free Trade will be advocated as the die. the face of the Charterwoula have been cancelled. ut time Northward nf Carriacou iti Atrm-
superfluous, in EJ much as it resulted necessarily I am, respectfully, rica.:
4atn of an enlightened policy-as a privilege
: from the formation of between Your obedient servant t.
a compact -
of the people, which impartial justice Aduiiial of the samec.. 9. P. INGIIAW
baring no
independent soveieigns ,
from the rulers of
requires every country- common umpire. As a feature of our political Secretary of the Treasury.To 1)ROCI.AMA'I'IO .
and M a right, which,in ours, is guaranteed .
Ly the Constitution. The framers of that system, it is of course a political, not a the (Collector of the Customs. CirWllEREAS, from the ennredn .

venerated instrument withheld from the revolutionary right. 'ormed forthe protec- Circular to Collectors of the Custom crsof the dreadful hurricane with whiT!,

1'c and
authorities themselves
the Federal
May 14, IR31, (
restrictive duties it has been
by ; cd lllli
from of exercised on ';l.lf.
usurpation a majority It hag
of the Sm : been! crrtained! that the depreciated
usurped, and by its a exercise perversion, involving sectional revenue through tbosubserviencyof those authorities currencies of foreign countries it i io essentially] necessary for, their} relict to

oppression power for sectional aggrandisement, the Constitution, itself needed protection. have been variously estimated at the different encourage the importation of the only mt
Reliance for that protection surely sva' not Custom Httust''I the title of food which bears
has, necessarily, produced a sectional exasperation of United States, a duty;, namely:: i
which endangers the permanencyof placed in either of the parties ainst whom owing:, partly, to defective information ns Flour; hnd of such materials as are rr
it was provided a.s a shield. The Supreme to the true!pecit. /alue of such: currencies
the Union. It I'J impossible that the in- quired to repair the extensive damaged
lured parties can tolerate legislation 10 man- Court being one of the Federal agents was and partly to an erroneous practice of computing which have been sustained in houpcs buildings
entrusted witii; its -
ifestly unjust aDd unequal lu its operation. not, therefore politicalguarJ"nhip. their value according to the rates of
Nor could he of the and sugar \vorkp, over the rcltt'st
Without first proving, which is impossible, engine exchange with England, and reducing the $:
that the benefits the protection arc equally m\jority-the: ballot' box-have been considered Marling value of suchdopreciated currency part: tof this colony I do t:crfloro, by

apportioned to all the States-it is a gross as the safeguard. The sectional into money cf the United States without and with the advice and consent of }U

absurdity to contend that the burdens of minority can exert ru influence on the representation regard to the difference between the legal Majesty's Privy Counsel, authorise and to..

the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling money in U. quire the Port of Kingstown to bo roc'ned,

it be a tax on consumption exclusively a? responsibility! of representatives butsecurcs States' currency. To avoid such discrepancies accordingly for lira admission tif I-'!/e ii li.,

its defenders vainly argue, its operation ia their fidelity to their respective constituent and errors infuture, the President and of White, Yellow,, and Pitch Tim-
and it becomes : and the representatives of a minorityCAn directs that whenever invoices '.
yet glaringly unequal, no arc Ina( c.
Boards Plank
: : Scantling and
free people to submit to its unauthorised effect nothing against the antagonist out in.a currency time'value of which i;* not Shingle
interest which the representatives of a majority fixed the free of all Duties i payable thereon: until
exactions. Much Jess is it to be tolerated, by laws of the U. States you will
when it i ili evident: that we :are not only arbitrarily may be compelled by their constituents require from the importer a certificate from the 31sf:: day of Deceinbfjr now next tnFu-

taxed consumers!!, hut that the to enforce in utter disregard of the the United Slate1: Consul, if there be one, iny, of wliich) all Officers of his Majesty's

inevitable result of the protective system ia Charter. The principle, therefore, is de. at the place of exportation the true valueof Customs, and all others whom it doth,

tho ultimate ruin of the Southern producerin !solating-thatthe: Constitution is at the discretion such currency in Spanish or United States shall, or may concern, arc !sent.)' icquirtd:

the prostration of our agricultural inte of a majority, and must be quietly silver dollars! and charge tho nd valorem to take due notice aud to thtjnsolvcs
surrendered to their wisdom and govern -
test. justice. duties according to such valise ; or, in the
There is no solidity in the objection to Beside, except inthe Parliamentary trans absence! of such evident, that you will as- accordingly- '
actions of the twohousrsof! Congressourframe Given under Hand and Sea nthrtnih
our resistance, that others are blindly submitting certain said value from the prices current, my
to the evils, which are overwhel- :! of government no where recognizesthe and such other cuthcnticcources of information at the Government Route in Kingstown

rniof: thorn in common with ourselves. consolidating rule that the will of a majority n.s may be within your rt- .ch, & chargethe this cij itecnth day of 'August t,
is not shall govern. The President may be ad valorem duties acrurdill thousand
This delinquency our justification. If ly. You one eight hundred and tliiiytyono.
we are awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions .

of our situation, it behoves to leaveno jority of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to the consular certificate Uy his Excelhcncl', conimard
effort untried until wo shall have repelledthe aggregate of'whote population arc a minority ; and! that tnirormitymay be hereafter ,
of the whole people, may: rf jest a measure THOMAS MELVIMJ;:,
invasion of our liberties. The Evening !secured at all the Custom House! you will

Post will, therefore, exhort to resistance of unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Department, once a mouth, -Govnnnjcnt. Scc'ij'

the Tariff a\ the most prominent enormity of the people in the other House-and a statement: of the rate* at which the cur- Duly procJ.\ rIJrl, in Kingstown, this eighteenth -
of that "American "which has been vice versa a bare majority in the other rrncins aforeaiiil thus
system, are estimated, at each day of August, ono for+usaii<1
built the ruins or the Free House may reject: a measure passed by the from whence "di
up on System port rtJ; are imported and eight hundred and thi.-ty-onoajil in thf
fathers and which if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced iu such
bequeathed uby our currencies. In all cases of second
of his M
the States in the Senate The President year ijt-sty's Ko'irn
settled of the doubt
oalahliahrd: as the policy country as to the value of such currency, youwill
must, in the end, cither sever the/ : bond single individual, may put his veto on the apply to the Tieasury Department for C. D. STEWART,

of Union, or melt down an.l consolidate the deliberate act'if, both Houses ; and the Judges information. 1 am, respectfully, your obcs. Act. Pro. Mnrt>lial GYntrai.SOUTHERN7 1.

State Snveicigntics into one limitless, irreHpMisibln of the Supreme Court, holding office dient servant S. D. 1NG1IAM,
The not by election but by appointment, may REVIEW. T"
despotism. Evening Post! Sr-crnti'.ry; of the Treasury.:
.. .
wfi flppolo--internal"improvementTw net .1e tliu ei'ucurieut fuullinfill Uf
unconstitutional THE subscriber
begs have to inform tic
House Senate, nod President. Tie OFFICIAL CIRCULAR
of favoritism power
as nn engine
public that ho has 1I:4 crhken, for the neat
as a source of sectional robbery, as creating to protect the Constitution could\ not NAVT DEPAUTMSMT: ) three years to j.ublL-h the f-ovTirturl !tr*

a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant have; been rationally iutrusted to the very Sept. 26, 18J1. \ VILV/: and to look for his mmioeration *'
taxation-it will oppose: the rccTiartering majority from which the danger of violationwas f'm-Iu consequence! of recent oc..ur- to the and utircly
of the United States' Bank, as manifestly; apprehended. It would have boon indeed renccs! in the service, your attention i iiu\ i- list cf $5. As this source futarestitscription L..* hitherto heart

unconstitutional, and as prolonging: the ex- committing the keys of thejhousc; to ted to two subjects, where the laws now regulate inadequate to defray this
the Hafc-kerping of those, distrust of whom the trptnse. he begs!
u.rI'1CC of a dangerous power ; and it will rights and power of all concora- leave earnestly to solicit the
oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus suggested the propriety of locks. The Bower cd; but where there i h still vested in leers those who think the lleviow patronage "f

Revenue, ns scheme! of barefaced, was wisely luft with the several State a discretion, in the exerci!'o of which it support. ircrtl-j cf public -

wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will provide nties-and thus! not only was there may he desirable to thorn to know distinctly The subscriber laafocatrd Jc.n H. r,..

give to oppression a duration co-exialaut a dclnite rule of action for the the wishes of iLl President and of thf! Department. Sing, l.sq.. with him in the r-nbhcaticn of the
Federal Government but
a render .
with that of our government. Review, who tvill conduct
A zealous! and judicious attachment to the inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho- One cf those subjects, and our wishes up establish the conrspondcccp -'

Union prescribes the present as the proper rised and irregular action. on it are, that when any portion of the Navy cf'i5l1L agencies, collect and rr'-
criptit.tl5 and
t'Jll1 tic
crisis for making a determined and uncompromising So far ns a congeniality of views may exist furnishes relief to American: vessels business transactions
stand for the Constitution, before ; in relation to these principles, the Eve whether wrecknl or otherwise) in distress, Hug the i>f the Review exccl'

the jarring interests of different sections ning Post is pledged to the State'Rights -to yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber typogtaphJcal; has .lepartincnt.
each other in and Free Trade Party;" and as the support be, and long has been the satisfaction slsr
are organised against irreconcilable : one great object of to announce that Ilur R. r ., .
r.rmrr.. 1'' (t.
> "
of be .
conflict-before, t b.d ?d by their measures, to efficient, must include its gallant exertion, no c--c--mrunsation: of whom the Review has hitherto- -"J \'-
the support of men its bumble aid will be: kind should either" "orrcc- .d ) nwidmuch M.t"
unrighteous gains, the consolidation States any be asked! i '( ) has consented to le sociatnl
hall regard as undoubted right their undue fcenlously contributed to extend the person The other subject, and our wishes upon the editor, with
2.\1untnJcs-bcrore they shall resolve to al influence and promote the political advancement it are, that till Congress, deem it proper to rry department tcplcf11:1liott of this ):Sq. in the -

maintain at all hazards tl.e tyrannous principle of those statesmen who devote alter the existing lairs: concerning punishments The subscribers journal.
that public opinion'orthewill ofa themselves to the good cause, which is identified in the JVivytam! wlonevcr those laws will bo ore still in arrears
with the value of the Union, and allow pleased to make payment to .1. II.
majority, isa powerabove the Constitution; tho a discretion in the choice of punishments Irvinp, llsand the
sad before the victim sovereignties, in minority liberty loll honor of South Carolina. Its the first resort, in the cav of offences their \ newsubscribers wiii

po.nleJ beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation with these will! be em- by seamen, is recommended to he always he pay is :.!LltJC subscriptions authorized!: to likewise cC't'it" to him, i$
I th'm.A.I.MJI.LEH.
very aspirations for liberty be cxtinctshall barras1ed by a personal pledge to no can. had to prcuniary fmvs: badges of disgrace "

vise iu desperation :1.1abolish a frame of didate for the Presidency, or any other and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad ,
KM. rnmeDt too much shattered to be recog oflice. than to the humiliating: practice of \vhip- _

nised as that for which they originally slip- In maintaining its ground amid the con pingnnJ that tJI".crou the same day, by NoT -

ulal'd, and which inveterate sectional hatred flicts of party, it will be the aim of the Eve- punishing under an oificer's! o.vn authority, cE.
fling Post to the dignity of the two offences Till: under nf'd having re-cstaHS-ohn!
preserve at
shall then render it impossible eaain \" r once, should he stripes, limited -
tore.compoe and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law, be exceeded: in number; or ':: !If at Key West, as a CO:\Ii\nS-
the belief that the legitimate ends of be MLUCHANT AND GENERAL
: in'Jicttd
once roused to a full sense ot her wrongs, news- othcrtsisethan in iLe presence
will be satisfied with nothing but equality ; paper discussion are best subserved by firm- nod under the sanction of the cujniuandin" AGT-NT, offers his services to his friends

and it cannot be denied that by the Consti- ness without violence, and zeal without in officer of the vr.!!d or station and tie public generally.T.: .

tutiou even if strictly observed, the slave: temperance. With tho opinions and public!: And that, in the case of offences, by officers A. BROWNE.

holding States are placed Ueridrd diiartvantasro. acts of opponents, it will exercise the rightof which it it hoped their well known April 20, 1C31He

: Once leagued for tho resumption dealing frl'dY-'Jut it is hoped that r.o high sense of duty and honor will prevent offers for sale at his Ware house
of part of iu career will ever justify the from I 30,000 feet White
rights they will uibmit no longer to a suspicion becoming frequent a system more remedial Pine Hoards
system of indirect taxation, calculated to of its even partial adoption of the infamous should be adopted, by sentencing to 10,000 fust! quality Bricks

blind the people to the extent and inequality maxim, that f' all W fair in politicsTLedomesticconccrnsofournative -" a reduction of rank and pay, or to :a suspension 15 bbls Baltimore prime Deer

of their burdens-and they will demandfor State from promotion rataer than to suspt"u.sion 36 do Navy Dread

their laboring class a represcatationfuuy will be carefully watched, and the policy from a?=:vc service, as person, \'-?_ 10 bags prime.. Coffee. .
equal to that of the laboring classes of the advocated which shall appear best calculated tunatclj! guilty of any misbehaviour, .
other States. The for her prosperity safe and need KEY WEST
required concessionswill economical most the con ta: t discipline of active
be certainly refused by those by whom government. and when suspended therefrom service SEG.-\R MANU'ACTORY
the Union is regarded but as a bargain estimated While the Evening Post will be devoted lest without employment are ,

by a calculation cf pecuniary profit to the promulgation of the political faith set temptation and opportunities under for greater \Y. II. WALL takes this oppoitimitv c{

act) toss, and the Federal bond will be suudered forth in this prospectus, it will not be neg indulgences. injurious informing the Public, tint ho has cstehfu U
and forever. The lectful! of the practical details of >
advocacy of State LEVI edASEOAn MANTPJiCToRjr
Ilights is, therefore the only failhiul advocacy Trade, two branches of industry which ____ WOQDDURY.oui Ho imports for at Ivey {West.

of Union. must he most beneficially affected by the ) J':R-\O. J6. TfbarcofroTll/a thispurrwjae, the verb*ci*

With a firm conviction of this important success of its Jo trines. Great exertions HEAD ova.
truth, the Evening Post will contend for will be made to perfect the departments QUARTERS OF THE ARMY. Segars of the test quality, and cf every

I.I 'Prty-.thre (''ontitution-Un." For connected with commercial intelligence, ADJUTAKT Gx sERAL'e' OFKCE. description may Le had at his ('Stab1i hmc.r.t

Liberty first, a$ the first of national blessings and our merchants and tradesmen shall( find Washington, Mir4tb.1831.; ( Otr All orders in the above line \\ iL

t for the Contit..tiou which secure it the readiest attention to :tleirwauti, and TT having been reported the War Derartmtut. meet: the earliest attention,

from domestic usurpation ; and for the Union the warmest gratitude for all their f-trori, 1 that contrary to the provi March, 1P3I. ,. -
which strengthen it agaiust foreign ag- ions of the act. entitled "A act to
TtR.Mi: regu-
grcs ion. Without a rijiJ: observance of Daily paper, $10 ibsCnf,4 intercourse with the Indian Log el'hend
per annum. Country T 'J'urtlc Shelf.
the compact, the Union /J\u.\ become ,
a t'nioa paper, three tunes a week, $5. preserve lessee on the fron-
without Liberty and the tiers.. approved March rrUE subscribers: will
uncertain dan- the
AdvertueiucnU inserted at the usual rates. 30thJCOJ., several 5JO give a air rric:
er cf subjugation (ton l.!+crad i" i'!:tsiteiy ChwJwtcn, thet isrlvej E. % .
lave nterp inf tl+ YFAVJt: a co
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