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 14, 1831
Publication Date: 1831-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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. I. KEY WEST\ WEDNESDAY, DEC. H, iwf. No. is!::

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:__._.=...:.,:r.7ad7l9.mt--"" -:': _l. ""' ='-':"!As Aud far in its bosom full many a form ,"**'. her cargo; would hate been wholly lost but almost imjMipsiblo; to keep her free with the

THE GA SETTS. \\'as sinking down in its silent sleep. nor the, assistance which was allbrded by "pumps. In this situation-(ho I Jiassen rrs
Another flasV.! !-and they seemed to rest,
1II1Tf't BY he Libollunts. Believing therefore, that titan taming serious apprehensions for their
In scattered the fljor the
groups, on ho services rendered them have been and Blacklcr much,
II. II. KTlJOnm: AM L. 31. STONK: lido- safety, Capt. feeling
ghly meritorious and important, and, in anxiety on their account caused them and
And punished' on every Wednesday by The lover and loved, they were breast to ,
THOMAS x. .JIWFnl.\'S. breast II probahility were the means of preserving their baggage lo lie landed upon| one of limo

The mother and babe, they were side by 'his property| from total destruction, I ran- contiguous Islands; and immediately com*

'IT RMS-$.>. j per annum-payable in .side! i.ot consent to decree! : to them less than menced laboring for the preservation .)f hit

lulvanrc.Advertisements. The leaping waves clapped their hands in I thirty per ccuUitn upon the \aluo of this ship, by taking outan anchor, straining

in-ertcd at onc'tollar i joy, \es3cl and cargo, as a compensation for on it, and causing tho goods to bo thrown
for the {first insertion, and fifty And of gold with the waters flow
per square ,* gleams timer services. overboard In this way ho labored with his
cents for every succeeding; time, till ordered Tho vesseldid not sustain sufficient damage crew for near three days and nights work
But the of the knew
to bo stopped. peace sleepers no alloy,
For all was hushed in their lone abode. while on the reef to make it absolutely ing hid piling at tho same time to keep tho
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-- :::;::: necessary that she should be sold ship as lice !hum water as possihlci On the

POr'TnY: On, on, like midnight visions, we passed, line, unless her previously:! decayed: state 12th, after time crew hf the Florence had
The storm above, and the surge below, lenders her entirely unfit for repairand of become almost exhausted by their incessant
Tli: SURF SPRI'Mfly And shrieking forms swept by on the blast, this her commander ought to be the best toils: the Libcllant, commanding the Sloop

s. o. nooDRictr. -Like demons speeding on errands of woe. j'idge. I am opposed to ordering a sale 01"IIIC Six'rntacct i, reached her nnd tendered his
In the far off sea there is many a sprite, :My spirit sank, for aloft in the cloud,
,' :' Who rests by day, but awakes by night, A star-set flag on the whirlwind flew, vessel! in any instance, where it is not services, whichl'I'C accepted without hesitation
} In hidden caves, where monsters creep, And 1 knew that the billow must be the absolutely necessary fur tho purpose of ; and ho immediately commenced

When the sun is high, these spectres sleep. shroudOf I pning salvage, unless it appear very clearly mid continued taking out cargo, stowing it Ion
From the glance' noon,}tbey shrink with the noble ship and her gallant crew! that she has i etched so much damage as to board his sloop, and straining upon ho

dread, k- Her side was striped with a belt of white, render her entirely unfit for sea-except at cable until the ship was gotten oil; which

A ml hide mid the bones of the ghastly dead. And twenty guns from each battery an expense greatly di:1proporllooc'tl| to her was eliltted in 'five or six hours after lie

Where the surf is hushed, and the light is N frowned; value If .his \cs-cl be in that situation, went along side. The Libcllant then placed -*
dull But the lightning came in a sheet of flame,
it is' to be attributed to her of his uoard ho
I more previous some 011 crow on ship
in its folds
And the sails
In the hollow tube and whitened skull, towering were
woithlcssncsslhjn to the injury she sustained to assist in working tho biding it
They crouch in fear, or in whispers wail, wound!- pumps,
For the lingeringnight, and the coming gale. Vain, vain was the shout, that in battle route, while on tho Reef; and as 1 have not necessary to keep limn continually going

But at eventide, when the shore is dim, Had rung aa a knell in the ear of the facts hefoie me upon| which correct opinion liS the water had already) Increased in the

A nd bubbling wratlasvitla the billows swim, foe might 'be given as to Unit matter, 1 must hold to nearly five feet, and she, was still
They rise on the wing of the frcshen'd For the bursting dccis heaved from the lease it for Capt. Churchill to determine leaking at tho rate of two thousand strokes

breeze, wreck, what coulee it may be; best to )pursue in relation per hour. lIe then commenced navigating
And flit with the wind o'er the And thesky was bathed inthcawful'glow! '
rolling leas..Atummerc'en
to her the in West when after
especially as salvigo her to Key right or nine
I sat tho cliff The ocean shook to its bed,
as on oozy
this instance be without of imremiUed labor and! he .
the went can paid resortingto days difficulty,
t mal teJ a shape like a dusky skiff, As the swelling sound to canopy
That skimmed the brine, toward the rocky po -And a thousand fires like! meteors shed n :ale of the vessel. finally nccccdcd in bringing her into this

shore, I. Their light on the tossing element! The tango is of that nature which will port.

' I heard a voice in the surge's roarI '.. A moment they gleamed-then sank in the (icrmit the payment of the salvage to he The principal| merit of: the Libcllant, in

saw a form in the Hashing spray, foam made in kind ; and as it may Le better for this cause: ,consists in tho services renderedby

And, white arms beckoned, me away. And darkness swept over the gorgeous thuso interested:: to have all that poition of him and Ins crew to the Ship after she

Away o'cr the tide wo went together, glare-mariners down to their it, which necessity:::: docs not require to bo was gotten from th(' rocks; for though his

.Thro' shade and'mist wont together, They lighted home disjiosed of 'here, reshipped to the port of aid, in getting: her off was highly important,

Away, away, o'er the fonely water, And left them all sleeping in stilncss there! its original destination! I shall order the and wny: beyond all doubt time menus of saving .
On wings of thought I ike shadows we flew, the payment to he made in that way; unless that jKHlion of the cargo which was

:'i or:.. ter.of wreck and The storm Surf is hushed Sprite, and changed my vision to a is o'erThe foamy- Capt. Churchill shall find it convenientlo put on board hisvet, -scl-still, fhHfI tie testimony

wreath make it, by other means than a resort to I um induced to believe that she
waves ,
from the blackened to
view.came The night is deepened along the, shore, either vessel or cargo. The vessel has would eventually have' been gotten fiom tho

The staggering ship to the gale we left, : And 1 thread my way o'er the dusky been valued at x900; ; the cargo i is estimated rocks without Ins assistance. It is line,

Tho drifting torso and the vacant,boat, heath; to be worth, free of dunes, I$G,251, the Ship would have remained a longer
The ghastly swimmer all hope bereft- But often again I shall go to that cliff, which added to the value of tho vessel timo unrelieved, and consequently must

We left them there on the sea to float! And seek for her form on the flashing gives $7,151 ; thirty per centum upon that have remained n longer timo unrelieved

Thro' mist and shade and stormy weather, : tide, sum, is $2,145, exclusive of fiactions, and consequently must have sustained still
That night we went to the icy Pole, ,For I know she will come in her airy skiff,
which sum 1 decree to the Libcllants, in greater injury; but, from the kil1iJ of weather
And over the sea we shall swiftly
And there on the rocks; we stood together,
full foi their compensation in this case. which prevailed at the time, I alP of opinion .
And the befdro roll. ____
us .
sa ocean
y I ::=- it is oidcicd and that lllncklcr
hermit Whereupon adjudged Copt notwithstanding
No moon shone down on the t sea,
No cheering beacon illumined the shore, CASES; !:: IN ADMIRALTY.Joseph decreed, that within three days from the tho exhausted! state of his crow, could have

N o ship on the water,no light on the lea, Bethel and time of rendering this judgment, Joseph thrown' overboard the cargo which was taken

No sound in the car but the billow's roar. Mason Packer, 1.. Churchill, master of the Bug Doris, pay, on board tho sloop, and have hauled

But tho wave was bright as flit with pearls, J.iLdlants'S. or cause to be paid! to the said Joseph Bethel her oil in timo to prevent her total destruc

And fearful things! on its bosom played Libel for Salvage.The and Mason 11. Packer, for and on behalf tion. But considering i the, worn-out condition
Hugo crakens circled in foamy whirls, Brig 1 oris &.
of all concerned us salvors m this of his men, tile rapidity\ with which
As if the deep for their snort was made, Cargo, Joseph L.
case, the sum of two thousand one hundred tho ship leaked', tho dangerous shoals which
O'r mighty whales through the crystals dabbed Churchill, Claim't.From .
the and in and forty-five dollars, in full for their surrounded him, and the great difficulty attending
pleadings testimony compensation for scivices rendered (he said tho navigation of tire \'eS5clm her,
And upward sent the far glittering: spray, this it that the Put is ,
Till the darkened eye with the radiance cause, appears Brig Churchill in saving tho said brig and cargo then unpaired and damaged mate, to Key
ladencd with of Molasses &, lio.iud
flashed, a cargo while stranded upon the Florida Reef; nil West, or any other place where relief might
from the Port of Mntanzas in the Islandof
And rictured in glory the wild array. tliat'hculso pay the costs which have been be obtained, I should have looked upon it
Cuba Portland in tho Slate of Maine
JTast thou seen the deep in the moonlight stranded, to time Florida Reef about 6, incurred by reason of this prosecution ; and as almost a miracle, bed: ho saved her without
beam, was on if the said Joseph L. Churchill shall fail) assistance. Jn nine cases out of ten
o'clock the of the 15th NovcmIKT
Its waves like a maiden's bosom swelling! on morning jind neglect to pay said sums of money as (if not in every one) under similar circurnntancet -
Hast thou seen the stars in the water's gleam, : That about one hour afterwards the aforesaid, it i is then and in that case ordered a total loss must have ensued unless .
AR if its depths were their holy dwelling! Libellants, commanding two wrecking:;-
adjudged and decreed, that the Marshal prevented, as in this instance, by tho
We beautiful that sels Bide of her and tenderedthe
met more scenes night, went along
of this! Court assign over and deliver to the intervention of others. Tho claims of the
As we slid along in our spirit par; aid of their vessels and( crews to Cupt.
said LiU Hants for and behalf of said therefore
on arc highly
Tor we crossed the South Sea, ere thought, Churchill which immediately ,
Wo doubled Capo Horn on a shooting That, was in accepted. addition Salvors, one hundred and two hogsheads, and do entitle him to tho favorable consideration
with twenty-four men .
star. one tierce, and one barrel of the molasses, of the Court.

la our way we stooped, o'er a moonlit isle, to tIle crew nf the Brig, after they commcn- pait of tIecar/-touf said Brig; which said The ship and that portion of the cargo
red and
Which the fairies had built in the taking out cargo, working
lonely hogshead, tierce and barrel are to be selected
unremittingly until four o'clock in the atlernoon which has been preserved<< arc estimated in
sea, so a* to )>c of equal value, as near ns their condition to be worth
And the suif spirit's blow was bent with a they succeeded in lightening her present damaged
of other
be the number
may any at this place near thousand dollars
smile, sufficiently to make her float (it being then twenty ;
portion ur part of raid cargo; and that after and when I reflect that through the Lilx.1-
As we gazed thro' the mist on their revelry. high water) and liking her into a IhacoIf
giving live days notice of the time and
after which she to this lant the means of saving so much property -
safety, was brought
Tho ripples, that swept to the pebbly shore. It further that the when place of sale, lie sell at tho Storehouse of from entire destruction have l been main

O'er shells of purple in wantonness play'd, sha jiort. the appears Brig old, and F. A. Browne, Esq. in the Town of Key l ly afforded, I think I should be doing injustice -

And the whispering zephyrs sweet odours much went upon Kccfyvvas much very to make West,to the highest bidder at public outcry, to him were 110 decree a less sum for
bore, decayed-so so as forcash, so much of tho remainder of said Ins services than three thousand dollars.To .
From roses that bloomed amid silence her pit nation, even in ordinary weather, extremely bo the
as to costs
nnd shade.In dangerous. That bhe received considerable cargo and may incurred necessary pay of this chew additional merit on the part of
winding grottos, with all bright, while the rocks and in excuses
gems injury on prosecution and that ho then deliver and the Libcllant, t<<.ostiOlony09 introduced to
Soft music trembled from harps unseen, the opinion of intelligent and experienced| ; that ho had caused to Ui advanced to
restore to the said Joseph L. Churchill for provo
And fair forms glided on wings of light, ,
Masters who examined her after her
Ship the of the Florence hundred
Mid forests of fragrance, and Tallies of and on behalf of all concerned and inter- seamen one
green, arrival at this place, time could not have ested therein,the said Brig Doris, togetherwith and sixty, dollars, as an inducement to renewed

There were voices of gladness the heart to been saved had she remained much longer all the residue of said cargo which exertion on their part in saving Iho

beguile, without relief It also appears that the bliall remain undisposed of as aforesaid. ship It apj>ears 'however, that from the
And glances of beauty too fond lobe true- crew of the Brig could not, without assistance JAMESVEnn tines she got upon the rocks, th'reVos no
1'or the surf sprite shrieked, and the Fairy have lightened her sufficiently, even Judge. want of zeal, activity and industry in any

Isle, by throwing over the Cargo, to have got her of them-they labored almost incessantly
Dcccmtor I 1831.
By the breath of the tempest was swept afloat by the time the tide teas at its height, and without murmur, and were a all times
from view.
Then( the howling our gale o'er the billows rushed and consequently, without that assistance, -ATTonME8.-Pinkham; for Libellant, &. ready to oxy: with cheerfulness the ordersof
ate must have continued to thump upon Ilackley Respondent.t. their officers. Such conduct debem-s

And trampled the sea in its march of tho bottom until the succeeding tide 01 -.- reward as well as commendation; and while

wrath! have gone to pieces. It i ia also in testirno Hiram Clift, Libellant the practice which has sometimes obtained

From stooping clouds the red lightnings ny, that shortly after she was: relieved, the v- here, of hiring the crews of vessels in distress

gushed, weather became<< bad, and the sea rough and The Ship Florence and} Libel for sal v'go to do that service which they arc
And thunders moved in their,blazing path! heavy. Cargo, Wm. G. Blak bound Ly their contracts to jtrforni, oughtto

'Tvras a fearful night,but my shadowy guide From nil the circumstances, it is evident her Claimant. bo discontinued' as having a tendency to
Had a voice of glee as we rode on the
gale, that the vessel and cargo were in a very The ship Florence; (bound from Boston encourage disobedience! when the utmost

For we saw afar a ship on the tide dangerous and critical situation : Her rot to New Orleans with an assorted cargo of subordination and fidelity arc required;

With bounding course and a fearless ten and imjaired state greatly Increased her gouda, was stranded in the night of the 9th still, I cart never object to allowing some

ail: liability to destruction; and when we consider t>f November on ono of the shoals' extend- comp| ensatton for extraordinary dilicence)

To darkness it came,like a storm-tent bird, the badness of the weather which followed ing from that cluster of Islands yn theFlorida such bf has len observed in tnis case; that

But another ship it met on the wave- Immediately after her getting oT( and coast, known as the Dry 'fortugas comp'maiion, however, should be allowedby

A shock-a about..but: no more we heard, (he impossibility of her crew relieving her A short timo after she struck, in consequence the Court as a reward for good conducf,
both went,down to their
For they _ocean in timo lo lalo! advantage of the tide whichwas ) of tho violence of the sea and her and should oeter be given by the salrora

We paused grave on the misty wing of the storm, at its 11C1ltllt'wen BIO! floated, i iJ u an heavy thumping upon the rocks, she com (When it can possibly te avoided). ;in the .'

A s a ruddy hash lit the face of the deep, almost inevitable presumption that the and mc-nced leaking en rapidly ft& to. render it way of Mr o. In this cssc, 1 am,dumoeed!tfy:r


which take from our corner, or add f ante, every thing about her being ill cui-
to tho seamen than "! want )'ou" he added, "to assist mo in causes:
something moro
; and lime men in a high I
should ,lets order state ofdiscipline. :
then confide
UNH: advanced by Mr. Fontaine, nt the rcriuest bringing into fashion this true costum of to our unhcalthinc33- we ;

of the, Libellant; twenty dollars to nature's dictation, the only ono that ,men the clargoof public nflairs the hands .

each of tho seamen, and ten dollars eachto should wear." who while they participate in --o.c--
Mr- Owen?" of Cot L. M. Stone the U. S. Marshal for
the Crtolc and steward, I think not an unreasonable "But women, my dear will 1 be doubly ,
reward for their excellent con "Or women either,my dear lady.?! paying a revenue to tho- city, the Southern Judicial Distiict of Florida,

duct, and in directing that sum to be paid "Consider Mr. Owen, the climate." interested in its faithful expenditure. armed here on Monday the 12th inst. from

them, I wish it distinctly understood, that "Your face does not suffer from it." Why w it.that so little has been done towards Pcn acol Col. Strno has been detained

in nil cases, coming for adjudication before "But then again the decencies? the improvement of Key West? It
me, where similar exertions arc used by'tho "The decencies,,as you call them Eady and burtliensome taxes in West Florida much longer than he contemplated -
seamen of tho vessel in distress in affording Morgan are conventIonal-they were not is because heavy when fie left this place in con

her relief, their merits will not be forgotten'or thought of some years ago, when you were have been laid: on a few individuals, whilst quence of serious illness.COJOIKRCIAI.

overlooked.The all dressed in the adhesive'drapcries of an' that class-which.ubove all others is most
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ship, though greatly injured, f understand tiquity, liko that beautiful group on your deeply interested in the welfare of this! --- --

can obtain such repairs hero as t':iMianey-piecc. You see there the children place, have escaped "Scot-free1.1! What ,*7
will enable her to proceed to some other of Niobe who wore no more volumi .- I I I II I I !I I llHial II- "Hi ..WCOMMERCE *-
port where she can be put in good order; foils garments than my tunick-that lovely has been done by the owners of real estate, OF KEY WEST.

I shall therefore order her to Ix restored to child, for instance, which Niobe is endeavoring : towards the improvement of Key West EXPORTS.

Capt. Blackler upon the payment of tho salvage to1 save from the shafts of Apollo. What hate they contributed" our Corporation For Havana, per Sehr. Segunda, A Andrea.

and expenses herein deer :ed. And yet none of your line gentlemen and Funds?-Is it not a notorious fact, 500 quintals salt fish, 2000 fish roes.
Whereupon it i is; ordered; adjudgedand ladies are shocked by the definition of form, PrSloop ITemosa, Matroncra, Matanras
decreed by tho Court,that the said William 'I! which have ever been the inspiration of art.I that so soon as a proposition was made to tax 100 bbls flour, 100 straw hats and dome rl r-
O. Blackler, Master of the Ship Flo- assure'you r have already got several ladies real estate, it was for the first time discov- niture.>

rence, now lying at the wharf of P. C. to'try this tunic on-" ered that Council possessed no'such power?' For Charleston, Sclir. Wm. Ross, 33

Greene, Esq. in tho Town of Key West, "Oh! Mr. Owen I !" -and that, '00, by individuals who had IILds, molasses; IT bbls! mackerel, 3 do sugar -
2 'cables old &c.
hemp junk
pay or cause to be paid t..I the said Hiram "On their little boys, Lady Morgan; and sanctioned the taxation of other species of Up for N. York,;Brig James, Jones.

CliO, tho Libellant in this cause, within five if I could only induce you to try it""Me property, to which they had as little right!! For Charleston,Ship,Florence,Bladder,
days from the date of this decree, tho sum my dear Mr. Owen!I You surely I for taxation taxation to sail in the course of a week.
or no
equal :
of three thousand dollars, in full for his cannot supposo"I -- go The Schr. Columbus, forthfe place, was
compensation for services rendered said (font ask you to wear it, Lady Morgan Shall a few transient IlCrons-trndetllllt-iJ, to sail from New York about the first inst.,

ship and her cargo In getting them from tho ; all I beg for the present, is, that you storekeepers, &.c. be compelled to pay for --:---...

rocks and bringing them to Key West; and I will give it a trial, by showing it off at tho improvement of (property, the owners of rV --

that he also pay to the crew of said Ship your Party" to-night-recommend itpuffIt which arc far away?' It is: the duty of every INTELLIGENCE.
Florence, as a reward for their good and off.
faithful. conduct on board paid ship while in Quitte pour le pair, t' promised to do so man to contribute his quota towards pub-

distress, the sum of two hundred dollars, to the utmost of my appraising abilities; lic improvement;-and no man will refuse POUT. OP KEY WEST.

to bo distributed in the following manner, and so we suspended the little chemise his proportion so long as the burthen-
that is to say,twenty dollars to each of the from tho centre of my bookcase, under the borne all tle but it
CfJunUy by community
; Dec. 7. U. S. R.
seamen of said ship, and ten dollars eachto bust of Apollo. Marion, Capt.Jackson
tho cook and steward;-from which 'There!" said Mr. Owen, looking rapturously is a feature in the Ac;;of Incorporation from a cruise; was last from IIavanar

sums, arc to be deducted tne'sums of money at the little model dress of future' the Town Council of Key West, differing brought Brig James-no news of Portland Jones .
advanced to said crew by Philip J. Fon perfectibility, "there it i is worthily placed! from'all'similar acts;-which compels,' exclusively from Jamaica with Rum, Pimento Copper

tame, at tho request of said Libcllant, and Such were the'free vestments, that leavingthe one class'to support Corporation &c. to'F. A. BroVvn.\ Put in on account of
to ho refunded to said Fontaine: And if limbs of the Greek athlete unrestrained, ; : Capt. and mate being sick-Spokc Ship Liberty
expenses whilst it another!
the said William G. Blackler shall fail to produced those noble forms, which'supplied exempts Philadelphia and received a mate

pay said sums. of money, together with tho models for the Apollo| of Belvedere. How are we to remedy these evils? and two seamen from her.

costs which have been incurred by reason of "It is certainly. placed to great advantage, There is but one movement necessary-let Schr. Hope,, Collins,Bath, Potatoes, lumber

this prosecution, within tho time aforesaid, Mr. Owen," I replied with a sigh, "but it us elect such men to'nur Council as will Schr.&c. to P. C. Greene. Florida
it is then and in that ordered library much the look Mary Anir Appleby, Reef,
caso adjudged my pretty very faithfully represent our interests- let them Ballast F..A-. ro\vn.,
and decreed, that the Marshal of this of Rat Fair, or a back parlor in Monmouth Span. Sloop Hermosa Matronera, Boza,
Court 'after six notice of tho street petition the' Legislative Council, in the
giving das I TIavana, Ballest, to P. J. Fontane
time and place of sale, proceed to sell to "My dear Madam," ho replied emphatically I name of the citizens, so to amend the Act Dec. 1 2.,Schr. Florida,Rooke, Pensacolo

the highest biddtler, at public outcry, for "where the human race is to be bene- of Incorporation ay will enable council mo- sundries to F. A. Browne. ,

cash,at tho storo of the said! P. C. Greene, fitted, no sacrifice' too great.1'-And this derately to tax all kinds: of or Schr. William, Howiand, New Bedford
so much of the cargo of tho said ship Flo- sentiment, which is the governing principleof property; oil for. Lighthouses, to Collector of the
else, let us petition( them to annul the Act Port.
rence, as will, in addition to tho money Mr. Owen's life, may serve for his epi .
I Dec
rained from a sale of the wet goods saved in J of Incorporation altogether.The ; Jose SpanUlr SloopJuloa Lopez*
taph.The Lopez, Havana, ballast la P.-J. Fon
said ship, produce a sum sufficient to pay little tunic, however, had a great (I object of all civil associations is taine.

off and discharge said several sums of mo- success, and merited the well known eulo- mutual protection and mutual benefit; but CLEARED..
herein decreed and that he the of Tarn O'Shantcr to similar
ney pay gium garment I
when these associations instead of yield
same to !said! parties, and after the payment Dec. 10. Schr. Wm. Ross, W'allingtou1,
thereof'and the costs and expenses of this "Well loupM, catty sa rid"! ing equal rights and equal protection, become Charleston, by W. F. English.Dec. .

suit, he deliver and restore to the said William perverted in such a manner as to oppress 12. Sloop Wm. Stewart, Bunce, Havana
F. A. Browne.
h O. Blackler the said ship and all her THE POLISH IIEROINI ono portion of the people whilst it aggrandizes Spanish bjr Sloop Hcrmosca .Matroucra" bj

appurtenances, together with all the residue During the unfortunate struggle in Lithuania another--then does it becomethe P. J. Fontaine.
of said cargo which shall remain undispo- a number of female warriors em- Schr.Hope.CoIlinSjMobilejPotatoes.&c.
set! of as aforesaid, for and on account of barked in the cause: of Polish independence. people to assert: their rights at the ballot by P. C. Greene.

all concerned and interested therein. The most illustrious instance ofthi box, and to- seek and requre redress: at tho Dec. 13. Spanish Sloop Jules Lopez; Lopez -

JAMES WEED, patriotic ardour among the softer sex hands of their Legislators Matanzas, by P.J. Fontaine.

Judge. occurred in the case of the Countess Via- A TAXABLE CITIZEN. Spanish Schooner Segunda Andrea, Fernandez -
Havana, by P. J. Fontaine.
December C 1831. whom have alluded
ter,to we on a former
Sloop Azelia, Anderson P.
r Havana by
occasion. She is the daughter of the Countof J. Fontaine.

A'r ron uEs Hacklcy for Litollant & that name, and was born at the time of THE GAZKTTI3.KEY PASSENGERS.Per .

Chandler for RrsxmdentMISCELLANEOUS.| the invasion of Russia by Napoleon in the U. S, R. C. Marion, from Havana,
year 1812. Her talents were matured by IVEST: \\''. A. Whitehead, Collector of the Port.

an excellent education and she is saidto WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1831. Per Schr. Florida, from Pcnsacola, Mrs.

bo a complete mistress of the Polish, ,J.J _- ___-Jz- _--_- James Webb,3 children and servants, Col.
French, English, Italian, and German lan- [ Stone and Mr. A. C. Tift, of Key West.
LADY MORGAN AND MR. OWEN. 0 Although would hardly
I ne- In Schr. William Ross :
Her features are eminently beautiful for After a long silence. Lady !Morgan has guages., her stature lofty and finely moulded, I, cessary, yet we take this opportunity of requesting Messrs. W. F. and Richard English and Dr.
once moro come before the public, not asa I those Editors who Waterhouse of Key West.
and her hair of a deep auburn. Thoso whoI exchange withus
romancer, or an historian, but as best became -
with her her to direct to the "Ii West "
are acquainted represent as ey Gazette. 1'0
one of the fair sex, with "The Book Khipmaitcrs and Owners of Ycsssils.
model of Polish
of the Boudoir, a little work filled with tho lovefine Ixjing a perfect grace fi There are many papers, which never come The extensive adoption of the Marine
She member of tho Pa-
spirit, and calculated for the meridian of trioticssocilltion"=s. was at Warsaw and exert, to hand, in Consequence of their being directed Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all des-
that delightful temple of woman's fascina- to the lKegister.n criptions throughout tho Union,has rendered -
ed herself to the utmost in :its
support. it expedient to
tions and unrcsistcd It is dis- e&tablish.Agencies various
Being resilient in the vicinity of Duna-
Seaports, where Registry Offices are
coursivc like)her
ladyship's imagination. burgh, she attracted the attention of an officer The New York ..Mercantile Advertiser kept for the purpose of entering Vesseb.

Original anecdotes, piquant) observations, on the staff then quartered in that for observes! that the various meetings held and furnishing sets of Flags, Signal Books,
souvenirs du sentiment sallies of wit
posse, and designating numbers.
tress but she evinced a disinclination for
thoughtfulness, levity; gloom, joy-all to- his advances; until her suitor succeeded in throughout the State of fscw York, to nominate Ship Masters on their return from Sea.aro

pics, all countries,and almost all passions, obtaining the promise of her hand, in exchange candidates at the approachsng election requested to send their Signal Books to either
are made to contribute a leaf sometimes n show that it continues faithful of the undermentioned Agents,to have
for an accurato plan of the fortress and
inserted ,
flower to the wreath she has Among thereto all the new entries ofdcsig
wove. -
which she destined for the use of her colleagues steadfast to'the administration of General nating numbers which have occurred
such variety it is difficult to make a may ,
choice,but we take the following anecdote in tho Association. The officer in JAc&:sor, under which the country has during their absence, and are particularly
strained to his desired to shew their
question nerve perform
every : designating numbers
applying to well known for its prospered in so unexampled
: a visionary, a degree.REFORM .
part of the contract; but, failing in it, she when entering or departing from the Port,
characteristic London Cou'r."One .0-
singularity.- rejected his suit, and entered into a resolution of Portland, Boston, New-York, Baltimore
of the most benevolent, amiable, I and BILL. Charleston and Sand Key. By conforming
to devote both her
I person posses.
and sanguine of all philanthropists called to this
sions Howiand of particular, their Vessels will be reported -
to tho necessities of her bleeding Capt. Schr. William, states
on me, with a countenance full of some by the Telegraph.
new scheme of beneficence and utility It country. A considerable number of her: that news had been received at New Bedford AGENTS.

was Mr. Owen, of New Lanark, whose visits fair country women have enlisted under her on the 25th ult. of the defeat of the LEMUtL.Moonr: ,

are al'aysV'lcomu in Kildaro street, orders; and tho name of each individual Reform Bill in the House of Lords Observatory, Portland.
though so 'few and fur between. amongst them, with her own at the head of by 41 JOHN It. PARKER
the noble list, is ordered to be engraved on votes. Observatory, Boston.
As soon as wo had sunk into our arm
I a tablet of brass as an imperishable memorial -OWe + JOHN GREEN,
chairs, and put our feet on the fender, and -Telegraph at the New-York.
of female dc\'otion.-Lomlon pal r. understand that two seaman were Battery,
had tho usual .
before we got on topic of THOMAS NSILSOW,
parrallelograms and perfectibility, N. Lan -- brought to this place by Capt. Jackson of Exchange, Baltimore.

ark and a new social system, he began, "OJIUNICATI) Cutter Marion, under orders from Mr. Sha- JAMES M. EtroBD,

"My dear Lady Morgan, you arc to havea + ler, the American Consul at Havana; the Charleston
party tonight""To said individuals being charged with muti- ,

be sure, my dear Mr.Owen, and one Mess.Editors,-As an election for Mem- nous conduct on board the American _________ KeyWesUKT
made expressly for yourself. You are my bers of Town Council will take place on Brig <
Moro, while lying in the Port Havana" persons who feel disposed
lion 1 of
; hope to
you mean jilt me. to
tho first Monday :jji January, permit me to contribute towards the erection of
wHy no means; I have brought you a ready for sea. They were committed for CIIURCJI tile
better lion than I could prove." suggest..to the public the propriety of forming trial on their arrival here. that Subscriptions upon will be received, are informed bv'the

"I doubt that; but who is rae? where \\a: Ticket which will comprise a* great following gentlemen, composing the Com-

lie' a diversity of interests as practicablewhereby The United States Sloop of War Vincen- mittee lion.appointed for that purpose;
"In my pocket. JAMES WE.B, D. C. > V.
we shan ourselves faith- j"IHdv,
ensure nes Capt.Sbubriek
a sailed A.
"You dont say so: i U it nli\c!" on a cruise,from Il' WUITEHEAD, L' M. STONE, E.qrc. Dn.
"Hero it is," said Mr. Owen smiling, ful representation, and be secured from tax- this port, on Saturday the 10th inst. Offi.cew S. WATtRHousK and B. B. STROBEL.

and drawing forth a little l1lrct't-ho unfolded es which are jMtrtial or unjust. If it be and Crew all well. We had the 1 pleasure

and held up a canvass tunic,or che- necessary to co-operate in improving our of visiting this vessel, while in harbor, RLANKSapathy

mise, trimmed with red tape. town, if it be desirable to remove those and were highly gratified with her appea
I eeevtl at this O.lfire.allow .


_- --- "---. -- .-. Sec. 0. The Reef shall: l ho considered bring within the port or harbour of Key j FlI vessel oMffcel$ !j \\ lhont fist ol>lniu-

NEW AWVEIITISE3IENTS.IIUNRV when the Light-House on Sand Key bears West, any (foreign passenger who may have ing said permission, shall be liable to perform ,
-. either E. N. R or W. S. W. clandestinely departed from any foreign the same quarantine thai may be' imposed '

K, NEWCOMrt: Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot- placo. and \\hoslmll not posses a passport upon said said vessels and cargoes,
C WILL attend to any AGENCY or age, bound from this Port, shall pay the or.otllcr evidence of his having been permitted Sec. 3. We if further ordainnh That

Business that maybe same ns vessels! entering lint if said vessel to depart from tlicncc,-and 'per, this Ordihhcoml1) remain'in full force .
intrusted in the to Warehouse liitm, Office of FIELDING and StoreRooms shall choose to
A. BROWNE, Esq. shall be subject to but half pilotage.Sec. obtained from tho Town Council, shall .
Ksy-West: Nov. 1C, 1031. 11 tf C. All vessels except wrecking"cs" forfeit and pay, for each passenger so handed ORDINANCE --No, n.1 s
Y scls, smacks and vessels under charge of the sum of fifty dollars. Constituting & Votofoittcc of Finance.Be .
EIWARD CIIANDr.ln, wrecker, entering or leaving this Port Scc, 5. Be it further ordained That it ordained by Ihc President and

ATTORNEY OF THE ttNITtt STATES SOt THfehN through the North West passage,and draw nny foreign passenger landing within the I I Members of the Town Council of Kry

btsrntcT OF Fi.onnu. ing four feet water) or over, shall pay two Town of Key West, without permission West, That from and after tho passing of
L Court House, Key Wost, April 20, 1831.. dollars per foot to any Pilot tendering his first obtained from the Town Coun- this Ordinance, two Members of tho Board,

A. d. 'TIFT & COt services; but if said Vessel does not receive cil) or without having the necessary to be designate! by the President from time
said Pilot half pilotage only shall be paid or other evidence of his being allowed
received from New York, per ; passport to time, shall constitute a Comtnittco of
HAVE Stouington, an extensive if a Pilot docs not tender his service out- freely to depart from the port whence Finance.Sec. .

assortment of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, side the bar of the said North-West pas- he came, (if any is usually granted at such 2. lIt it further ordained, That
Groceries, Liquors, &c. &c. consisting in sagC) then he shall not claim pilotage or place,) shall ho liable to enter into bonds in I it shall ho thc duly of the said Committee
part, of the following articles half pilotage. tho sum: of $1,000 with cowl security, to to examine and audit all bills or accounts
LIQUORS. GROVEIIIES.IIofand ; Scc. 9. When two or more Pilots shall be approved of by tho President of the the Council to examine
presented against: ;
Gins Rum St New Croix Orleans Sugar.do tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or n Justice of tho Peace, to depart tho account of Treasurer and :Marshal,
Jamaica shall be and if refused from the Island within such time ns
alongside accepted, ,
)" the
N. England do Loaf & Lump do and mnko reports quarter as to state
Country Gin 'Young Hyson Tea the said Pilot, shall be entitled to received may be deemed reasonable, or on failurebe of the Finances.

Cherry Brandy '. Coffee, Tobacco half pilotage.Sec. committed to jail. D. J. PINKHAM,
Madeira Wine ".' Raisins, Chocolate 10. When a Pilot shall discover Sec. 6. Be ft farther ordained That JVwrfV T. C.

Teneriffo do Soap, Scgars two or more vessels, it shall be his duty to the several fines and penalties herein en- II. S. WATEIUIOUSE,
Malaga do Sperm, Tallow and visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of acted, may be recovered before the President Clerk.i .
. Port do. Baberry Candles distress be exhibited on one more iemote: of the Town Council any Justiceof
"v Claret do Powder and Shot 'the Peace c. (;REENlt
and any Pilot failing to. comply with this ,
Cordial Pilot Bread, Crac-
Peppermint shall forfeit his Branch. to transact General Agency
Ilaspberry do ken, Flour, Fulton provision !! Continues
Market Beef. Sec. 1 J. Any Pilots-thargcd before the ORDENANZA--No. 9. Business.

DRY GOODS. Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, Arrcglando, la, introduction, dc Pasagc Goods taken on Storage &c.
shall conviction be of his He will be happy to receive
upon deprived (OT always
do Olive do Li- r08 Estningeros, m el Pueblo tie Cayo
Superfine Black Cloth, Branch. ) and execute all orders in his line of Business
Shirts Cotton do, Sewing Silk, Irish l1ursv.lor
nen .
Sec. 12. All fines and penalties imposed .
Linen, Assorted rtluslins, Prints, Belt -
thisOidinanco shall be recovered before cuanto, varied criminales, dclincucntcs '- West 28th March 1831.
,Calicoes, Lace,Shawls, Gauze Ruffs, by Key _
Cravats, Gloves. the President of the Town Council, allowing contra las leycs del pais dcdondo -
&c.ALSO all vinieron han lido introducidos en t'sto Till SUBSCRIBERSHAVING
to the parties, in instances, an ,
appeal to the Council. Puerto, procedcntcs de otroa estrangcroe, taken llio Store recently oc
An Extensive Assortment la continuacion de by Porter & Btannrd, in the
of.HEADYMADE Scc. 13. When a Pilot shall go on boardof y como scmejantes cn-
a vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and tradas pucdcn scr alcndidas como do inju- North East end of P. A. Browne's Warehouse
CLOTHING, offer for sale on accommodating
&, shall also furnish the Master or Commarid- riosas consccuencias para la comunidad, I assortment of
terms, a general
cr of said vessel with a copy of this Ordi- a menos quo mcdidas no scan tomadas paI I DRY GOODSGROCERIES
CUTLERY, &c. & nance. ra remcdiarlas: >and

& Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- Portanto sc ordena pot el Prcsidente y SHIP CHANDLERY

ALSOA tage are allowed : Miembros del Cabildo, Quo desdo cl pri- GEORGE 13. WEAVER fc CO.

On a vessel drawing 5 feet, $7 00 mero del mcs de Noviembro proximo, en Key We*', April 20, 1JJ31
6" 900 adelante el Capitan do cualquier a Buque .
Variety of other Articles, too'numcrousto 7 1000 entrando de algun Puerto o lugar estrangero DR. B. B. STROD&I.STILL .

be'Key inserted.West, Nov. 2,131. 9 tf f, 8" 1200 a cl do Cayo Hueso, ha de manif star continues to Practice Ililf Pro
-' 9" 1350 al Escribiente del Cabildo cl numcro de [>asagcros in all its Various BrancliCH.lloal .-

ARTRILL & M'DONALD, 10" 1600 no ciudadanos de los Estados U- ,-o keeps on hand) a constant and
'SHIP CARPENTERS, 11" 1660 nidos, ni vecinos del Pueblo do Cayo Huc fresh supply of Genuine

inform their friends i I ", 12" 1000 so; y ha do pagar al Tesorcro por cad pa- i Drugs and Medicines.All .
RESPECTFULLY in that c. 13 1950 sagero Un Peso. I "'
general, : orders<< will meet punctual attention.
they will undertake to repair upon the shortest I 14 c. 2300 Sec. 2 El Capitan dc cualquier a Buquofal Wc8t,2fltnMaieh,183i. '
notice, Ships, Small Vessels) or Boats. 15" 2700 tando a manifestar dentro dc 24 horas des i' I
Application may be made at the Store of cc 16" 3200 pues de la cntrada de dicho Buque, ha doser NOTICE.ANY .
P. J. Fontaine. J 7" 3600 multado y pagara ademas do la suma I II
Nov. 23 1t;31. citizen who 'apprehend a DK-
West ,
Key I
snte dicha cada Cinco :
18 4000 por pasagero pesos. from tile U. States' Troop,
J. J. MITCHELL 19" 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun pasagcro estrangero de I and deliver him over to an Officer of tho
20"' 5000 algun Buque 1m dc Ecr pcrmitido dcscm- Army will be paid tho sum of, FIFTEEN
the public that ho has loca-I 21" 6500 barcar en cl Puerto de Cayo Hucso,amcnos DOLLARS for each Deserter thus,'vcciim)

INFORMS in this Town for tho purpose : 22" 6000 quo no haiga publicamente y lihrcmcnto J, M. GLA3SELL,
of carrying on his trade as SAIIj-MA 23" 6500 salido del lugnr de ?u proccdencia, y ticne Major Commanding.
KER& RIGGER,in all its various branches. 2.1" 7000 en su poder paaaporte o otro testimonio tal Key West, April J 27, 1831 3i .. .

lIe occupies a Loft in the Shop of Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained cual como los quo se conccden en cl Pueito OFFICE OF THE

Mr. Atkins. on board any vessel after sho has arriv- de su procedcncia purmiticndolo su enl'ula. BRITISH VICK-CONHULATE: ,

KeyWest,Nov. 9, 1 83 1. 10 tf ed in the harbour, at the request of he Sec. 4. El Capitan de algun Buque quo And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the
Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del Puerto do Cayo Hucso al- Association of Underwriters, Liverpool,
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall entitled to demand and receive gun pasagero quo hayga salido clandcstina- NO. S, FUONT-STHKET.:

Three Dollars for every such day. mente de algun lugar y quo no posea pasa- Office hours from 9 A. Ji. to 3 o'clock p. \r.
the Town Council, pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for n porte o otro testimonio de liabcr sido permi- I If Key West,20th April, 1831.

ed Oct. 15 1831. Branch, shall, at the time he obtains the tidosusalida y permitien ole descmharcar .
.. same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer sin permiso primcro obtcnido del Cabildo, THE CITY GAZETTE,

ORDINANCE No. TEN DOLLAKS, also one Dollar to the Clerk ha de ser multado y pagara j>or cada I>5sa- AND COMMKRCIAL: DAILY ADVEUTISriJ.
/ for issuing the same. gero asi descmbarcardo Cincucnta Pesos A Journal of Commerce, Science, Literature -
To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of Sec. 5. Quo cualquier pasagero cstran- and tho Artr.IY .

Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance gero descmbarcando dentro del Puerto de SIMMS & DUJIYEA.'

Town of Key West, That when any per- are hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. Cayo Hueso,sin permiso primero ohtcnidn THE CITY GAZETTE is ono of the
son shall be desirous of having the situationof del Cabildo o sin toner el pasaporte rieccs- oldest existing Journal in tho U States.
Branch Pilot of this Port, he shall presentto 0. sario 0 otro testimonio de haber sido permi- Under many proprietors cournq with few
thlo salir libremente del Puerto do exceptions, .havo always been Americanand
Council ;
the a written petition; whereupon en pro
Regulating the introduction tf Foreignersinto Of late from
it shall be the duty of the Council to ap- cc enci-si! CM costumbrecn tal lugar) ha de popular. years, neglectmore
than other cause,its influence and
the Town of Key West. any
point a committee of three competent per- ser sujeto a entrar en obligacion en la suma patronage had Visibly declined. Within (ho
sons to make enquiry into the qualification. WHEREAS several criminals, offenders a- dc$1000 con buena fianza quo cstc approba last year however, the present proprietors,
and fitness of the persons applying, and res gainst the laws of tho country whence do por el Presidcnto del Cabildo o un juez having entered upon a course of policy,
port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived at Key de paz para que saiga de la Ytsla, denim del moro consistent with tho politics of the
of the board, when .the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con- tiempo como sera considerado razonable o South, and !having made numerous addition
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots ap- tinuance of such arrivals will be attended en faltando sera conducido a la carcel. to the mechanical improvements of their
pointed shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences to Sec. C. Quo las multas nnui ordanadas, establishment by and fitting it out in a sheet now andhandsome
type, on a larger and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means ho taken pueden ser cobrudas per cl residente del better description of paper than heretofore
security for the faithful performance of their to prevent them: Cabildo o por un juez de paz. I lay claim to, and have been favored with a
Be it therefore ordained, by the President -
duty. large and proportional increase of rat rOll-
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, and Members of the Town Coun- i ORDINANCE. 10. age, including new subscriptions ai.d gene
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto cil of Key West, That from and after For preventing the introduction of Cholera ral advertising. Within the last year, their
the first day of November next, the Masterof I list of patron has been swollen by an accession
enable them to the Reefand
proceed over into the Town West.
of Key of more than Three Hundred Citizens .
vessel arriving from a foreign port
render the aid of to vessel any
the Pilotage any requiring or place, at the port of Key West, shall I WIICKEAS a certain disease, known by the to which new names are with little
same. make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at pre exception, almost daily added. The pro-
Sec.: That all vessels 5 prietors.in order the better to merit that
3. drawing over sent prevailing in the Northern of encouragement -
Council of the number of on parts
passengers of which it is
feet of water this Port fish equally their
entering except of the most fatal character andas
board, not citizens of the United Stales, Europe, ; and pleasure, to acknowledge much
smacks vessels pride
and vessels
\ ing wrecking nor residents of the Town of Key West; such disease may bo introduced into has bc'crt received, from their friends and
under charge of wreckers, shall pay the and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar our own port by vessels trading with fellow citizens-have established jo connection -
ro.'es'fif' Pilotage herein after specified. for every passenger aforesaid.Sec. that quarter of the Globe: with their office of business, a spacious

Sec. 4. If a Pilot does not board or offer 2. Be it further ordained, That Be it therefore ordained, by the President Heading Room, in which, the chief Public
his services to a weasel t liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neglect- and Members of the Town Council Journals find their way and are carefully
filed ( all the States in Union.
until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of to make such within 24 hours all rom our
ing report of Key West, That vessels arriving This room is free with all its/acilitics. with-.
the Light-House on Key West, said Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit from ports or places, where the said disease out charge, to patrons of the Gazette.A .
KQ boarding or offering/ J IllS] service ;shall be and pay tho sum of five dollars, in addition exists, shall be taken by the Pilots of the regular weekly Prices Current, In letter
entitled to only half pilotage; and if said to the sum aforesaid required for each port, without their going on board, to tho form and upon a fine paper suitable
Plot docs not board said vessel 'till the passenger.Soc. Quarantine Ground, northward and wet>t- or correspondence, carefully collected,
Light-House on Key West is distant not "3. Be it further ordained, Thatno ward cf Fleming's Key;-there to remain with the most correct estimate of the truecondition

more than two miles, and then bears E. N. foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the roost advantageous of the markets terms, and to ail put that upon the
E.no pilotage shall be claimed. shall be permitted to fftnu within the Council and Health Officer of the port. under thu class,is also issued from the office

Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five Feet port or harbour of Key West, unless he Sec, 2. Be further ordained, That of the proprietors.. Their Reading Room,
water subject to the provisions of this Ordinance shall have freely and openly departed from while it shall be thought necessary by the where the earliest information roar be hat,
,refusing to receive a pilot outside of the place whence he came, and have in his said Health Officer, that IU'cl1'CS&el or ve*. is free alike to patrons, strangers in the city -
the Reef when a Pilot shall tender his ser- possession a passport, or such other papersas eels should perform quarantine, no inter and masters of vessels trading to this
vices, shall be' liable to pay full pilotage are usually granted at the port whence course whatever shall bo held with the 'port. To these improvements, they make

but inside of the Reef &. not within two lie came, permitting him to depart there Town or Inland of Key West, but by per. daily man of additions leisure ,dud affording business facilities, alike hitherto. the
miles of the Light-House on Key West,the from. mission, and under the direction of the unknownHJMMSii/ DUHYKA.
said light bearing E. N. E the said vessel Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That President and Health hall 1 pay half pilotage. the :Master' of any ship or vessel, who shall eons who shall hold any intercourse with (::7-Subscription received at this oce


country set apart and allotted to the several
l'HOSPIi'1 (j'i less formidable' thui the certainty being (1Dltt'UiJ.\ tribes of Indians, established beyond the
6v Tim trampled by those with whom we have confederated TO COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. limit of the Slates, under treaties! made
STATIJ nirnirs AND ritnn TRADE' at home. Hence i i3 i.* vitally Important DFP.tnTMi:1T with the said Indian Tribes by the United

4'EVENING POST. that the power ihould;1 be sustained TJi :.hcRY April fitli, 1031. States: the Commanding.officers uf the fie

establishment, in Charlcstnnof which: alone can compel astrictconstructiori vcral pos on the frontiers are cnjutool fo
TilE of the Charter. That 1 power resides with Rm that the :nrovisions of the act aboc at!.
devoted see
the this
NcjTBpapor( have !been made to
each 'State It i'l the StatcHigllt !
Sovereignty. luded lobe cufoncd in relation to the
support of their| principles i has been ceem- of our Consuls, and rcimoval
of to> arrest Department by some
sovereign:: interposition of the said unlawful settlers, taking
( ed expedient by the STATE RIGIITS and other Hat the crews of United
the usurpation Federal 'fie existence persons
TREE TUADB PVHTV. In agents. discharged for their guide in the execution of the said I
been -
pursuance States merchant \csclha'c!
of this determination 'THE r.\ (' NfNG of this right as the conservative commanders July, the act above referred to.
doctrine i'l foreign t by their ,
principle of Constitution no new ports
our order \ MACOMO
1'051'rvill bo commenced l.ve- fly of X\'iIlJoU ,
M Daily ofhe
a ;? without with the provisions!
; it i is co- 'val with our I edcral.polity, complying Gc-n.'Commanding' the
'" Ding journal, 10 noon as the requisite otilcearringcmcnts and w9 asserted by its founders and contemporary ( act of Congress of the ClStl: Clf I1 hma. Mai. 11. JONES Anny: ,
i : can be completed. expositors. This principle is rr, 1803. Your attention is, therefore, ,
'rhel political tenets to which the 'Eve- the characteristic feature" proudly Uistin- I specially called to this subject, with a request -- _C-(! .._-- Adj. Gc-n.
nine rostvwill; be devoted, arc ItO familiarto guishingours from other Republics not Fo that increased vigilance: may be exerted SAINT; VJNCKNT.

thh community, have been so long the Loral in their elements. In the latter, a prevent future infractions of the By his Excellency the night Ifonoiunbly

prominent and hive subject been of discussion often and by triumphantly the Constitution i iq, in fact, by a symbol of pub- law; and it is expected that you will require ,-< :Sir: (;e()rgo Fitzgerald I/ill, Haronct ,
nrcss- BO withthe evidence that (there has
and varies satisfactory
lic is construed by
jonnnl &
vindicated the first minds in Captain Gou'inor-iri-Chicf
by our changing will of a majority ; while inour been a strict compliance with the requisilions ,
and in Federal councils, that it i in end o\cr I llio Island of St. Vincent
::titato, the Republic a guardian power preserves it of the forgoing act in each case, before -, ,
ij deemed unnecessary to promulgate more as a permanent rule of action. I the bund of the master, required by, i Uequia, and such of the l-dands! commonly -
than the following exposition, which is offer- The formal recognition of such a right the first section thereof, be allowed to be' called the Giariadincs, and tliooat
ed in lied or n more detailed political creed. on tho face of the Charterwould have been cancelled.I the Noilhward of Carriacou in America -
Free Trade willbe as the -
superfluous, in as much alit resulted necessarily am, respectfully! Chancellor, Ordinary, and Vice-
privilege -
of an enlightened policy-as a
the formation of between Your obedient servant,
from a compact
Admiral ;
5Lc. &r &c.
which pf.tliesamc
of the people impartial justice independent soveieigns having no S. P. INfllfAM,
requires from the rulers of every country- common umpire. As feature of our political {secretary of the Treasury. l PROCLAMATION.ftjWHEREAS .
and M a right, which. in ours! i ill guaranteed
it is ofCmJrse a i I To the Collector of the Customs
system, politicalnota : from I lie
the Constitution. The framcrs of that consequon
br venerated Instrument withheld from the revolutionary right. Formed forthe protec- Circular Collectors of the Gustomns.TREASURY era: of lie dreadful hurricane with which

Federal; agents the power to protect manufacture tion of a minority from the usurpations of nEI'ARTl\UNT, l this Island and its dependencies were:veiled -
Federal authorities themselves, and
the 14 1C31.
May f
by restrictive duties of! ;the it has been from the usurpation of a majority exercised Sin J It has been ascertained that the depreciated on Thursday morning,the 11th inqjla'it!' .I.
usurped by a perversion revenue I through: the suLscrviellc of those authorities currencies of foreign cuuntncs! it is essentially necessary for'tfjeir rr/lfcKto
and ill exercise involving sectional
power, for sectional, the Constitution itself needed a protection.. have been variously estimated at the different encourage the importation of the only nr-

oppression has, necessarily, produced a aggrandisement"sectional, exasperation -, Reliance fur that protection surclVa.llo"t Custom Housr of the United States, ticle o.f't od which! hears a duty,'' namely,'
which endangers the permanency placed in either of the parties against whomit owing, partly, to dcljpctive information aa Flour;; and of such materials liS- arc rrl

of the Union. It w impossible that the in- was provided as a shield. The Supremo to the true specie value of such currencies, mired to repair!' the cxtensfvc 'damages
. Court being one of the Federal agents, was and partly loan erroneous practice of '
j mrcd parties can tolerate legislation so manifestly wInch have been sustained! I ous ?,;hnil.
unjust and unequal in its", operation. not, therefore, entrusted vvit.i its political pntingtheir value according to the rates of 4ings and works ,
could he of the sugar over.tliq ATGate't
cu-irdianship. Nor engine exchange with England, and r&I the
Without rant proving, which is impossible, icing
majority-the ballot box-have been con- sterling value of depreciated past of this colony: I do therefore, by
that the bcnrfitsof the protection arc equal- currency
Iy oppit i boned to all the States-Una gross sidered as the safeguard. The sectional into money of the United States without and with the advice nnd consent of His
absurdity to contend that the burdens of minority can exert no influence oil the. representation regard to the difference between the legal Majesty's Privy Counsel], authorise and require -

the Tariff press equally upon all If, then, of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling money in U. the Port of Kingston'n to ["Q opened

it bo n tax on consumption! exclusively, as responsibility representatives butsecin-es tatcs' currency. To avoid such discrepancies accordingly for the admission 'of Floor,

ih defenders vainly argue, its operation i4 their fidelity to their respective constituents and errors in future, the President and of \\ liitc, Yellow, and PitchPine,(
and the representatives of a minority directs that whenever invoices
and it becomes are made
yet glaringly unequal, no Hoard, Plank, Scantling and Shingles,
free people to iiibmit to its unauthorised can effect nothing against the antagonist nut in n currency the value of which is not
interest which the representatives of a majority laws'of States free of all Duties payable ,thereon, Until'
exactions. Much less is it to ,be tolerated, fixed 'y the the U. your will
when it i is e\'identllJat wo are not only arbitrarily may be compelled by their'constituents require from the importer a certificate from the 31st J day of December now next et, :'II-
taxed M consumers, but that the to enforce in utter disregard of the the United States' Consul, if there be one, ing, of which all Officers of his Majcstj:
inevitable result of the protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating althc place of exportationof hue true value Customs!, and all othcis whom it doth,

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

injlifi prpstration! of our agricultural inte- of a majority, and must be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem to. take due notice and to govern tlicm
relt. ', surrendered to their wisdom and justice. duties according to such value ; or, in the solves ;
accordingly.Given .
There i is no solidity in the objection to Resides exccptin the Parliamentary trans- absence of such evidence, that you will ascertain !
actions of the two houses of Congress-our under t'iy Hand and Seal at Arm
our resistance, that others arc blindly submitting said value from the prices current, ,
to the evils, which' are overwhelming frame of government no where recognizes and such otheratithcntic, & sources of information at the ( Ciuvcrnrnent House in I\in'Y"-
them in Common with ourselves. the consolidating rule' that the will of a majority as! may: bo within your reach, & chargethe s town, this eighteenth day of* AuuiuFf, ,
This delinquency is not our justification. If shall govern. 1 ho President may be ad! valorem duties accordingly. You one thousand! eiylit; Juindjed and tllittyone. l. 1

we are awake to the dangers and degradation elected by a minority the people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions .. '
of our situation, it behoves us to leave jority of Senators representing States, the 'herein contained as to the consular.certificate IyIiisExccllency'icommand -" *?
effort( untried until shall have aggregate of whose population are a minority and that he 1. .
no we repelled ; uniformity may hereafter '
the invasion'of 6ur liberties. The Evening of the whole people, may reject a measure secured at all the Custom Houses, you will t; THOMAS: MELVIL1.L% .

Font willTthercfore, exhort to resistance of unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Depart anent, once a month, Government Src'ry
the Tariff, as the most prominent enormityof of the people in the other House-and a statement of the rates! at which the currencies Duly proclaimed in King?towll, this ci 1j1.
that "American which has vice versa a bare majority in the other aforesaid thus estimated tenth
System, been arc at each day of August, one thousand
built up on the ruins of, the Free Slst mbcrt"ealhell House may reject a measure passed by the port from whence goods arc imported and ci ht hundred( nnd thirty-onennd in the!
us by our fathers, and which, if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in such curiencics. In all cases of second
the State in the Senate-Tho President, a ,}ear.of hi.\Mijpsty's.Rripn.
established the settled policy of the cOlintry doubt as to the value of suih currency, you
must, in the end, cither sever the bondof single!; individual, may put his veto on the will apply to the Tieasiiry Department for C. I). STOVART) ,

Union,or melt down and consolidate the deliberate act of both Houses ; and the Judges information. I am, respectfully, jour oLO'diel1t ,Act. Pro. ,Marshal. 'C< pf ralSOUTHERN ;
State Soveicigntics into one limitless, irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office servant H. 1). JNGHAM,
despotism. The Evening Postwill not by election but by appointment, may Secretary of heTrcasury.: REVIEW.v
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nmifun leave
as unconstitutional begs to inform the
as an engine of favoritism, House, Senate, and (rrcsiucni. The power 01-'I'1C1.\14 CIHC'l1L.\H public that he "has undertaken, for the i ext

as a source of sectional robbery, as creating to protect the Constitution could not NAVY IhI'\ltn'ET, S) three )fnis to publish the -()(; ItFnN! I IU-:
a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, HlJ I. VIEW, and to look for his remuneration entirely
taxation: -it will oppose the recharteringof majority from which the danger of violationwas Sm-Tn consequence of recent occurrences to the present and future subscript
the United States' Hank, as manifestlylwr.onotitlltiClnal apprehended. It would have been indeed in the service, jour attention is invited i- list of $j. As this hTiuiccr has.hitherto been
committing the keys of the house to to two subjects, where the laws
and as prolonging!: the existence now regulate inadequate to defray thfs expense he begs
of a dangerous power ; 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
oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus : suggested the propriety of locks. The power : hilt Where there is still vested in officersa those whd think the Review worthy of pub
(Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, was wisely left with tho several State discretion, in thu exercise of which it lie support.' '
wholesale bribery, which, if adopted, will Sovereignties! thus not only was there may he desirable to them to know distinctly Till subscriber has associated John II. Irving
provided! a de inito rule of action for the the wishes i of the President and -
give to oppression i a duration co-exitant of this De- l's>q. with him iii the publication of the
with that of our government. Federal Government,but a power to render partment. Review, who will conduct the
"A zealous and juiiciousattachmen! (to tIe inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho One of those subjects, and our wishes upon establish agencies; collect correspondence and receive -- \
Union, prescribes theprcbcnl as tho proper rised and irregular action. it a"tI, that when any portion of the<<: Navy subscription, and attend to all tl.e
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tho jarring interests of different sections : Post pledged to the State Rights yield which relief promptly ought to The subscriber has the satisfaction also
arc organised<<: against each other in irreconcilable and Free Trade Party;" and as tho supportof be, and long has been one great object of to announce than Hugh S. Lcgarc, Esq (to
conflict-before, blinded by their measures, tq be efficient must include its gallant exertions, no compensation of whom the Review has hitherto owed
unrighteous gains, tho consolidation States the support of men its humble aid will bo any kind( should either he asked or received.\ ) has consented to be associated with

shall regard as undoubted right; their undue zcablnly contributed to extend the personal The other subject, and our wishes upon the editor, Stephen Elliott, Ksq.; in tic lite-
ati,,:intages-before they shall resolve to influence and promote the (political advancement it are, that till Congress deem it proper to r\ry department of this journal. ; -
maintain at nil hazards the tyrannous principle of those statesmen who devotethemselves alter the existing laws concerning punish- The subscribers who are still in
that public opinion." or the w ill of a to the good cause which is iden- ments i in the Navy, and whencverthosc laws will be pleased to make payment to arrears J. D.
maJority, isa powerabove the Constitution; tified with the value of the Union, and the allow a discretion in tie choice of punish Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will
and before the victim sovereignties in mino- liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its mcnts, the first resort, in the case of'offences I pay their subscriptions likewise to him
rity, goaded beyond endurance (unless tho warm co-operation with these will bo em- by seamen, i is recommended to be al- he is alone authorized to rcccive-thcm.: as

ve-y aspirations for liberty bo extinct)shall barrassed by a personal pledge to no candidate wags had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace A. E. MILLER .-
rise in desperation and abolish a frame of for the Presidency or any other and other mild corrections rather No 4 Broad street, Charleston.
'government too much shattered tobe recog- oflicc. than to the humiliating practice of whip ---
nised as that for which they originally stipulated In maintaining its ground amid the conflicts pill r and that ne"eron the same day, by NOTICE. "
and which inveterate sectional hatred of party, it will be the aim of the Evening punishing under an officer's o.vn authority P Ill
shall : Post to the dignity of the two offences at should undersigned having established
then render it impossible ever preserve once, the stripes, limited 1. himself at
naintore-comps and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation under by law, be exceeded in number; or !\unCIIAN1'ND Key as a COMMISSION -
\ the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper ho inflicted otherwise than in the GENERAL: .
: presenceand AGENT offers his
wrongtill services to his friend
discussion best subserved firmness under
are the
by sanction of tho
; equality ; commanding and the .
und it cannot bo denied that by the Constitution without violence and zeal without in. officer of the vessel or station. public generally

even if strictly observed the slave temperance. With tho opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by officers 1A.. B ROWN 1'. ,
holding States are placed at decided dUad- acts of opponents, it will cxerci tlae right which it i is hoped their well known April CO, JJl: ,
antage. Once leagued for the resumption of dealing ficely-but it is hoped that no high scuseof! duty and honor will prevent lie offers for sale at his Ware House, .

of rights they will submit no longer to a part of its career will ever justify' me suspicion from becoming frequent, a system more remedial 30,000 feet White Pine Board, -
system of indirect taxation, calculated to of its even partial adoption of the infamous should be adopted, by sentencing toa 10,000 first quality Bricks I
blind tho people to the extent and inequality maxim, that U all is fair in politicsThedomesticconcernsof -" reduction of rank and pay, or to a suspension 15 hbls Baltimore prime Beef. "* "
of their burdens-and they will demand our native State from promotion rather than to suspension 36 do Navy Bread "' ','-

Ibrtheirlaboringclassa representation fully will be circfuUy watched, and the policy from active service, as persons, unfortunately 10 bags prime Coffee.
equal to that of the advocated which shall bent calculated ..
laboring classes of till appear guilty of any misbehaviour need KEY WEST '
other !States. The required concessions for her prosperity, safe and economical most the constant discipline of active service :

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the Union is regarded but u a bargain estimated While the Evening Post! will he devotedto left without employment under "'
greater WAU.
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and loss, and the Federal bond will ho sunJercJ I forth in this pro.pcctus, it will not bo neglectful indulgences. inforniing the Public, that Iiohas established '

-and forever. The advocacy of State of the practical details Commerce LEVI woouBunr.v A SKCAK MAXTPACTORV Key':West,
Right U, therefore, the only faithful advocacy and Trade, two branches of industry which Ho imports for this purpose, the rau beat
of Uulyu. must be most beneficially affected by tho n Z) !-: k?-- .t(). 10. Tobacco from Ilara a.
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will ARMY.ADJOTAKT : quality, nnd 'of
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Liberty first as the first of national blessings and our merchants and tradesmen shall find Washington, May 5th, 18JI.I AH orders in the above lino. will
; for the Constit,.tion which secures it the readiest attention to all their wants, and IT having been reported to the Var De- meet the earliest attention. "-
from domestic nsu'11atiuun,1 for the Uui- the wanne.t gratitude fur all their favors. partment, that contrary to the provis- March, 183J.Loggerhead.
un which strengthens it a amst firot'n a"- ions of theact, entitled An act to regulate -1
gression. Without a rigid observance of Daily TERMS: trade and intercourse with the Indian Turtle Shell.
paper $10
annum. 'ribM
Country and to
the compact. the Union muH'eeoniea lni-! three preserve peace on the frontiers -
paper a week, subscribers
ii $5. approved March THE will give a fair price
on withoutLiberty, and the unci-ruin danger Advertisements the 30th, 180 sev
i- inserted at the iOO Ib..
usual enl of the
rates. white above
ation from a'" persons, with the intention article.
of tibju: n':a.l ii i rM'iuu-ly, Charleston. 1'J there
Oc' t UUI:: to settle themselves have entered into the GEORGE E. WJ1V\'EJl fc (',0.
Key West.
June H .