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 21, 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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\,: I. KEY WEST, WEDNESDAY, ])E(!. 21, 1831. NO. 16. '

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-- .---- .. .-.. --- .---"- =-.: =---==- 'l go to seek for myself a grave I Scarcely could I distinguish the Parlcs anSuisae fish, and fowl,, and, flesh; cntrctnctt and

THC GAZETTE. In a hole of the rock, in the < over the Porter's Lodge, where,probably hors iVcwrrcs, while a regular aeries of servants ; -

I go to throw off my mortal shroud Swiss never stood since its erection. appeared each instant at our elbow?,

r.ntTEn nv Far from the ken of the starring 1 pass bytoo, several minor blunders; suchas inviting us to partake of a thousand differ
tl. u. Tnonl r, AND T. M. STONE, I go to die as my fathers have done
asking the porter to direct us to'la cllamI rnt dishes, and os many different kinds of
And published on Wednesday Seeking-needing aid from none!
THOMAS: JEFFREYS.every by Not like Man-who, the tyrant in tic '[adame her .. wine, nil under strings of names: which 1
Is a slave when past is his mortal ; no more understood, limn I understood

TERMS.$.",, pe-;: annum-payable in And, mighty as was his day of vous companion, dictionary in hand, boldly their composition, or than they did my gauchrricJt. -

aJran c. ,,.w 0- A doubting wretch in his dying led the way; that having traversed n goodly Resolute to avoid all further opportunities -
Advertisements inserted at ono'dollar He knows not what'bis soul may number of courts and stairs, wool length for displaying my predominant

per square for the I first insertion and fifty. In his so feared Kternity; arrived safely at on anteroomlicro stooda trait, I sat in the most JIJ8tinate silence,saying -

cents for every succeeding time, till'order- He knows not that his hones will servant before a pair of folding door, oiP to every thing that was cflcrcd
Beneath the sod that he loves
cd to be stopped. .".. f {: ; which ho threw wide open, and announced me, and eating with most devoted! applica
He is still obliged to crave
__ _-=- h ,er.wrMUSINGSTO' From Man the favour of a grave! us by a pair of names, that we should never tion, till in nn evil hour, my fair neighbor,

POETRY. And daylight mocks the solemn lia\c recognised as our own, had we weary of my taciturnity and her own, at
I With which to the tomb 'his relics ; I met them elsewhere. length herself began a conversation, by inquiring -

. nOSABELLE.BT While the Etnother'd of the and with how with the
.... laugh Already agitated, perspiring was phased opera
4''.: WILLIS- riATLOIlD- CLARK. Mingles well nervous trepidation, this ostentatious modi Tire question was put at an unlucky mo
" There. is light abroad in thy patKwnj 'now, With the hired groan, and the : of entrance, so diffoicnt from the republican ment. I was just raising n large mnscl of
And a stainless smile qn thy vitgin brow; And the choral mouth ondin older
simplicity to which 1 was accustomed potato to ; to replyas
dreams that float in anthem's around !
There Of the voice the
arc thy aptrit'ssight
was a formidable trial to me. My checks quickly ns )possible, I hastily thrust' it in,

Till thy young, eye swims in untold delilt'Fill "No! not like his, in fear and tingled, my knees trembled, and my henrt intending to swallow it as 'hastily. Heavens

the wide earth seems but a paradise, Doth the light of the Haven old heat violently. I slunk silently behind ui)' It t was hot ns binning Invn. What

Where the purest blossoms and,odours rise. Not like him doth the nann rearAugJ.t unabashed companion, and endeavored to could I do? The l;ltl's eyes were fixed on
in future of \\'al-!
With song, and vision, and footstep free- The bird of would woe scorn or to & gather sufficient to conceal the me, waiting: n reply to her question. lint

Fair girl! will sorrow e'er steal o'er thccl He had sympathies ages with these sons newer that courngcr like an ague-fit. my mouth was in flames. In vain I rolled

'the world is gay to thine ardent eye, A mightier knowledge is-his,-his Madame O. rose to receive us; and, as wo the blaming morsel hither and 'thither, rock

"With hues of joy'in its pictured sky; Look far in the dun of futurity; approached, it became necessary! that I ing my head from side to side, while my

With a touch, like the wakening glow of And he sees UP\npfiJM'Sf. the should tlcjtloyc from behind my friend. v('iI,which involuntaiily I had fixed on her,

spring- Of the' distanOiodr"Wfaf'n his days ; Hut in so doing, I did not perceive n large sloe straining flout their sockets. She regarded
It Pleasure's bright imagining! And when it comes, ho makes his or the of which.
pet dog, who, comfortably stretched! on a my grimacef1, cause
And slid cheers with In the still obscure of the
tone '
thy path a seraph ;
red velvet cushion bolide hismislro 1 believe she was ignorant, with an
lay napping expression
With a voice that is melting like music'sown And falls-as the son of old N
; fall- :diicclly in my path. On I went, of amazement and surprise, nt whichI

Like the halcyon's fleeting and rapturedlay Under the folds of her ebon pall anxious only to get through the introductory can laugh now when I think of it.

ceremonies as soon as possible, and then 'Monsieur cst maladc?' at length she' .

"On the far, calm sea, as it dies away. THE TAMED EAGLE. to ensconce myself in some remote corner, gently, and in an anxious tone, inquired.I .-

Hast thou marked the course of a fresh blue He sat upon his humble perch, nor where, could bear no more. My mouth was flayed

stream, At my approach; 'The world forgetting-by the world forgot,' with the burning mass, and smartingwith

Tn its lightand shade, like a changeful But as I nearer drew, 1 might all notice or remark. But intolerable pain; so, quietly abandoning
dream Looked on me, as I fancied, with escape the point, 1 opened{ it toilsutmost, and
When the opening buds, on its lido, would ,And sadness too: truly says the French proverb, 'L'hommo out dropped the infernal firebrand upon my
sc mais c'est le bon Dieu qui dispose -
. propose,
fling And something still his native plate. Not "the slightest, tendency ton.
and unfortunate his dispositions
Their gift to spring-gale's viewless! wing? ; very were smile iufllrd the
visibly imperturbable -
When the soft, low tones of the hummingbird his for lilY intention. As 1 hastened politrncss
Despite woe; of the She .
lady. soothingly condoled
Which when I marked on, nil glowing with confusion, and quaking .
Btolc out, like JColian music hoard:. <, To see a noble creature brought so with fright, just as I began my bow, I with me on my misfortune, then gradually
When the glancing leaves of the forest trees, led the conversatioiVrto.: a variety of
My heart exclaimed: stumbled over the detested |pet, and was
Were whisp'ring gladness to sun and breeze precipitated head foremost like topics; till, exerting the magic influence
""Where is the fire that lit thy that exercises I IHV
Were there hopes that swept o'er thy spirit Child of the storm! an ancient battering ram, into the lap of true politeness always blunders ,

then, When from thy home on !Miss P.; overturning episodically n conn- foigct even my own Gradually -
While the stream danced on in its quiet my cheeks burned less painfully,
v Yon craggy-breasted: rock I saw. 11)'man of my own, who was seated next
? and could in the conversation
glen Cleaving the sky her balancing his chair on its two hind legs. even join
Were there tears of bliss in thy kindlingeye without the fear that every word I tittered
It grieveth me to see thy spirit To save himself, ho instinctively grasped{ shared the fate of every action I attempted! ,
As! its glance was cast to the golden sky Gone out the light I the back of her chair; and his weight at I ventured to h
That in thine 'her at the moment that I even pc, nay, lo congratu
Hadst thou one thought, that the scene would eye-ball rear, acting same
that the .
fade, When to the mid-day sun thy was hurled at her in front, decided all Hesitation myself catalogue of my calamities

That a blight would steal o'er the summer Was proudly aimed! and over we all rolled together, the was completed for the day.

glade Like a young dove forsaken, is the chairs uppermost. The vile cur who had 'Let no one call himself happy before
That the cloud would frown in that festalhea.cn Of thy sad eye to'lch"I been at the bottom of the whole mischief death; said Solon; and )ho said wisely

Who nook The ides of March were not yet over.
in some lonely seized the hearty
me by leg, andcceivinga
Or the tree's, sere honors to dust be givcnlBright Mournethupon the willow bough her Before us stood a dish of cauliflower, nice
kick in return, added his 'howling to the
one! would that the world might bo Beside the brook!- chorus: of dismay that now filled! the apartment ly done in butter. This I naturally enough

All joy and sunlight outspread for thee! While something sterner in thy Happily, the female sufferer in thismelee took for a custard-pudding, which it sufficiently

That thine early visions might:: yet remain, all resembled. Unfortunately, my vocabulary
the and
When the step has passed from youth's gay Doth seem to lower, engrossed sympathy attention was not yet extensive enough to
And disdain of the but 1 Avcll knew
domain! deep betraysAs company| ; embrace all the technicalities of "the table
But thy dreams n.iI11tec like a wild-bird's if thou cursed man's poorly that in the short minute that had elapsed f
and when fair
tno- And scorned his praise! since I entered the apartment, I had made my neighbor inquired if

Take the aspen's whisper thou lovely one! Oh,let me not insult thy fallen three mortal>> enemies.of a man, a dog,and were fond of cliou-JIcur, I verily took it to
be the French for and
Tby hopes will fade in the viewless air Poor, injured bird!- a lady. custard-pudding; so
And.the wreath lie dead in'thy golden hair! with I had high was my panegyric of it,that my plate
Gazing vulgar: eye For my own part, as soon as extricated
There is yet a brighter and purer ray, Upon thy ruin;-for my heart myself from the terrible crash, covered was soon bountifully laden with i it. Alaat

Which will pour its glow on thy flowery To hear thy cry; with confusion and shame, I retreated one single mouthful was enough: to dispelmy
illusion. Would to heaven that thectotrlrvr
way; And answcreth to thee, as I turn to into,jljnrmost! obscure corner of the room,
It will light thine eye as it flits along, It is a stain where I sought to hide myself and had, vanished along with ht! But
Wako soul to love and lip to my that remained and I
thy thy song; On man!-Thus* even overwhelming mortification behind the bodily; as gazed desjiondingly -
And the untold bliss of visitings, Be at the that loomed
brought the wretch, who could huge mass,
Will thrill to thy heart's strings! guests who were lounging about there.
young holy did up almost as large, and as burning, OH Vesuvius
But 'twill fleet like the. rich cloud isles that Work thee such woe!" The call to dinner served as a relief to my heart died within me. Ashamed ,
glideTbrough embarrassment, for I hoped that would
my to confer my mistake, hough I could
: the summer heaven at evening tide. .
--- -- one's attention which now I
engross every almost as readily have swallowed an equal
Thou wilt bite-breathe Love's sigh but a little could not help feeling, must bo occupiedwith quantity of soft soap, struggled manfullyon

my awkwardness. Following the the diabolical I
cgninst compound. endeavored
Thou wilt bask but a moment in Pleasure'ssmile THE BASHFUL MAN. into the I that
dining-room saw
company to sap the mountainous ?,cap pt
DV TilE AUTHOR OF 4TIIF each contained a card which was
plate on its bate and shutting and
Above thee will darken the clouds of fate, ; my eyes open
And thy innocent heart will be desolate! TALE: Or POMPEII. written the name of the guest who was to ing my mouth, to inhume as large masses as

Thou wilt look with a mournful feeling back Let him who has ne\cr suffered( occupy the place thus designated. Everyone I could without stopping to taste it. But

On the withered, buds in thy childhood's horrors of bashfulness, pass by seemed to find his own place by magic; my stomach soon began,intelligibly enough,

track- He will find hero nothing with but forme, four or five times did I make to intimate its intention to admit no more

On the wasted hours of thine early glee- can sympathise. But he who tile circuit of the table, looking in vain for of this nauseous stranger beneath its roof

Pure girl! I am bad as I gaze on thee! exquisite misery of a mine. Indeed, I know not but I might if not even cf expelling that which had already .,

But there yet is peace! Thou may'st gleanit very nature almost shuts him out have continued running about unnoticed gained unwelcome admittance.

still man sympathy, while it opens among the crowd of servants, all dinner The' seriousness of the task I had undertaken

From the c.tystallake-from the prattlingrill the full sluices of laughter and time, had not Madame O's eye at length and the resolution necessary! to execute

only should read, for he only can detected mo, as I circled round and round, it, had given an earnestness and
From the summer' glow or the spring'sclear rapi-
stand this of
glance, chapter my 3u with an hysterically increasing rapidity, my dity to my exertions, which wouldnot
? but a specimen of my life. Ex dim with confusion, and a clammy pate
Or autumn's faded Inheritance. eyes have inspired; when my 'having
Though Hope no dream to thy soul may omnes. To all others it will be perspiration bedewing every pore of my somehow got over the edge of the table

bring: ed fountain; cod, as they pass it body; and I at length sunk into my seat, upon my leaning forward, tilted up, anJdown

Though Joy may sleep on i its folded, wing- proud conscioitsne&j of the when found, fairly exhausted with mortification lid the disgusting mass into lap.
It will teach thee to bow to the chastener'srod of let them my
blessing impudence, and shame. Here, again, I found My handkerchief, unable: to bear so weighty
Yen that its waters can never flow embarrassed with hat which
myself ,
my a load bent under it in its turn and a
While it lifts thy affections to God! ;
, up As is but to
my object give a having observed that all retained in their great proportion of it was thus safely deposited

of the numerous coni re-tempt bands in the drawing-room, I still graspedwith in my hat. The plate instantly right
TIIE DYING RAVEN. santly beset me, the moment I This I
nervous pertinacity. at length
ed itself, as I raised rny person and as I
;'WhUhrgoc t, thou bird of night- dies' society, I shall merely speak dispowd of as I thought at the time, with glanced round! the table and
my eye saw
Whither art thoil wandering that befel me at the only dinner in
wonderful ingenuity for I hung it tEe
""'- .... is dullness in thy flight, ; by that no one had noticed my disaster, 1 in
which I invited.
.. was Though brim between knee spreading handkerchief -
.., tb' '. my wardly congratulated myself that tho nau
And eartbward drou,:; introductory letters, I never ,' over its open cavity. seous deception was Sf) happily disposed of.

Of I bear no pinion longer. swooping the rushing from sound sky to ground; ther, My seat wasne t to a young lady, whom Resolving not to be detected, 1 instantly

Thoo thy clearest no longer the sullen cloud, I pass by the various efforts I of course I was expected to entertain. I rolled my handkerchief together. with all its

Trough its closed breast forcing thy way fore I could muster sufficient entertain! Wofully, already, had I enter. remaining content, and whipped it into

And I hear not tby shriek exulting loud deliver to Madame O. the one that tamed the company; but I found myself my rocket

Over tby helpless prey. ed for me, and a friend who came infinitely better adapted entertain a company The dinner table was at length descried

There U about thee many a token, broken the dinner in question. I pass by : en matte, than titgvlatim. fur the drawing loom, where coffee:tnd Iitr4fur. -
Which says that tby mighty heart trepidation at the everlasting peal' The ordinary routine of a French din were served round. Meantime.I
Bird i her of ige goest, thou, Raven old-!" too bell refunded to my timid ner now commenced. Soup and bo'ilic. bad sought, out what I considered a *.'fa,i't bj:|: J..;


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,;.... riJa Reef mackerel: figs &c: to masiui. t
for myMiaf, I toncatlffa: .chair in;-I I 'From London payers of Monday, llth inat. j nil the rights: which, the King of E.I'':ain! postctscd t- Sloop Azclia, Anderson, Havana,SlI oJ l'll',

the dining room, for / .darCl- not carry it Nothing can exceed the indignant feelm I! and therefore the Wardens 11 represent-the right; to 1'. J. Fontaine and others. ,

,.longermrny hand; having first thrown n which was manifested on Saturday, on ins the Congregation possessed. Dec. 20. 'Sloop Morning Star, Applerntin,'
''"rhorser into tho to hide the independently the Bishops.Hccond Havana, to mast r.
of'pa crown throwmjTout of the Reform Bill in the Law f
. .. tom the Common !pi
That by CLEARED.Dec. .
" view should
cauliflower one
nny House of Lords. Early in the dayrthough I l
chanco, in seeking for.his own. hat, to look the-\veatther was tempestuous, groups were England, which law has been adopted was vested in,. 16. Spanish Schr. San Fernando,
into mine. collected on Ihe-Exchange: and at every cor- Florida! the right of presentation tie Daldcz, Havana, by P. J. Fontaine.Sloop .
I in the Congregation, and not in Ann, SLalcr, St. Marks by
On to the drawing room, Mary
myreturn; ner, to collect, such particulars as they
chanced bo again{seated by the lady/ by could of what all considered a common Bishops or spiritual rulprs. master.
Law, as it America
Third, That by the Common Dec. 17. Sloop North Asliby,
whom I had saC at dinner. Oar conversation calamity and the publication of the morn '
existed in the United States the founders St. Marks, by master.
was naturally resumed; nnd've were ing papers being extremely late, owing to of Churches possessed' thft,right of deciding Brig; James, Jones, New York, Y.y; F. A.
in the midst ,.of an animated discussion, the hour at which the division took place. : over their Browne.
when a huge.spider was seen running, like I The shops of the newsvcnders were beset who should preside Dec. 19. Slip Florence, DIaculer, Charleston -
a race horse 'up'her; arm. 'Take it off by applicants long after the usual p period, interest. by P. C. Greene.

take it off!' shoo ejaculated, in a terrified and to a degree wholly unprecedented.On .. I L IJ --d Dec. 20. Sloop :Morning Star, Appleman,

tone. the Royal exchange every corner was COMMUNICATED Havana.
I,was always afraid or spiders; so to n.voidtouchinn' occupied by knots of politicians questioning ., Schr*Columbus, ;-Pratt, Apalachicola

him with IbY 'hand, I caught e-ich other, and forming conjectures on VOR THE KEY WEST OALBTTEFMessrs. aster.-v> *- ',*, :,_, PASSENGERS.Tn .

my handkerchief from my pocket, and the consequences of this event; most of Editors.-I agree generally with 1 Brig'James for New-York, Capt. J.

clapped it at once upon the miscreant,who them at a loss for any mode of retrieving "A Taxabfe Citizen" in the sentiments expressed L. Churchill: of Brig Doris In Sloop Mary -
was already mounting over her temple with the wrong done to the people of England.We Ann, for St.'Marks, Mr. T. Owens, of
rapid strid 8. Gracious Heaven! I had 'hear many of them who had important in his communication '.o your last IQy.West.. In Sloop Azeliar from Havana,

forgotten the cauliflower; which now plastered private avocations M attend to, confess week's paper. In addition to the go 'qualities O. O'Hara andY* Dunce' 1'sq9. of Key

over her face like an emollient poultice themselves Wholly unfit, through the dis- desired by correspondent for the West, and Mr. Day, In Ship Florence for

fairly killing: the spider, and blindingan tress of mind under which they laboured, your would leaveto Charleston, Capt. 'Jao.,' M'Kown' of Brig
eye of the ( vvhilc; little streamlets to answer claims of that nature. A Members of our Council beg Concord, and Mr Wood,.of Apalachicola.
of soft; butter, ducted<< gently down her beau- great number of the leading merchants and suggest that we'elect such men as have ...

tiful neck and bosom. bankers (Members of the House of Commons the good of'so iety sufficiently at heart, to ELECTION

'Mon Dieu! mon DieuP! exclarmed the !) proceeded lo attend a": meeting at induce them to read the Act incorporating Election for seven persons as Mem

astonished fair. Willie Rooms, in order to put their names Key West ;-in order that it may not be AN of the Town Council 'of Key-
Mon Dieu!l' was echoed from every to declaration of support to the present:
a first
left to particular i circumstances to "discover' West, will he held on the Monday in
mouth. ministers. A requisition is also in course January, 1833V at the Cbuncif, Chamber in
'IIn\'o you cut your head? inquired one. of signature, calling upon the Lord Mayor what that document contains. the Town of'Key West, between the hours

'Non! -Iaraigneo-I'araignec.-! .- to convene a meeting of the Livery, which If we do so, we may not again run the of ten A. M. and 4 P. M. The following

Monsieur vicnt d'ecrascr I'uraignee. will bo presented to him this e'ening.No risk of having taxes laid us which persons arc appointed Judges of the said
'Qucllo quantite d"cntrnille8',' ejaculated disorder of any kind has yet taken place, upon Election:-Henry K. Newcomb; Dr. B- B,
they have no authority impose.-Energy Btrobcl. and John IL
an astonished Frenchman, unconsciously, but it is in contemplation to take steps for : Sawyer. ,

tb himself. for the organization of a civic guard, in is greatly wanl. <>.d'lt t.J G. P. D. C..PINKIIAM President T.,C.
Well might ho be astonished. The which the respectable householders may en- 1 _
--" Key West, Dec. 21, 1831. 16 tf.
spray of the execrable vegetable, had spat- rol their names for the purpose of repres- THE PAZ 'l''l'.E. '.

teted her dress from head to foot. For myself sing any tumultuous movements which may -' The United States of America
trio moment the accident occurred. I occur. KEY WEST:

had mechanically: returned my handkerchief' The news of the fatal vote ot> Saturday .

to my |pocket;r but its contents remained. morning spread over the country with almost WEDNESDAY, -. --,-DEC.211831.- .._- .,. SOUTHERN J UDICi AL DISTRICT Otf
'What n monster it must have been; observed telegraphic rapidity; and producedevery
a young'lady, ns she helped to relieve where astonishment and consterna As we had anticipated, tho report of the FLORIDA;ss.

my victim from her cruel situation.'I tion. An express reached Birmingham at removal of Mr. W. A. Whitchmd, Col- To Marshal of the Superior Court of

declare t should1'think he had been living $ o'clock in the afternoon; a universal feel- lector of this Port, is untrue. We have. said District, Greeting: '

on cauliflower. lug of disapHintmcnt| and indignation pervaded I seen letters from the Heads of Department "i\\"THEREAS: WMR.HACKLEV, Esq..
At that moment I felt one touch ,
the whole population. The )
Has exhibited, his libel brand
contradicting: it. As far learn 011
and turning I saw companion who fllncra.1 as we can ,
me; my bells of all the churches and cha|> behalf of William Bethel Master of
), Esq.
hail come ,with me.Look mulllcd and to led, as en the most the story was originated by a letter which the Sloop Volunteer and
stating, alleging
at your pantaloons,' ho vbi;pcrcd. occasions. The Council of the Political was misdirected to Donaldson CaiTrey as that he discovered adrift and
, Already half dead with confusion at the Union assembled in the course of the eve Collector
of Key %Wrsf ahanuWivd on the high seas, in tho, vicinityof
disaster I had ca'nscd, I cast my eyes upon ning, and an address to the people to abstain --o.c-- Duck. the coast of Florida
Key, on a
my once white dress, and saw at a glance from outrage was immediately issued As soon as the Extract; from the LogBook quantity of Goods, Stores and llIerchandize.
the horrible extent.of dilemma I had
my lIthe French Chamber of
Deputieson of the Ship Florence in of That with great difficulty.antl la:
been sitting upon the feted pocket, and had ,our paper
tho 10th of October, a vote was taken on hour ho succeeded
-crushed out the liquid hillier, and tho soft the question of abolishing the hereditary the 7lh llst.. met tho view of' our Collector in saving and carry
to a place of safety, m whole anllforty.h.o
pasie-liko vegetable, which had daubed and Peerage. The vote stood 324. for the abolition ,(who is also Superintendant of LightHouses half barrels of Mackerel
down them till it seemed if I and onoiiund'red
dripped as and 8G against it; majority for abolition ) as a matter of justice to all par- and fifteen drums of Figs: And
were, actually from dissolving the I my }pantaloons.the I 130. ties concerned, he commenced taking testi- inasmuch as lie has been the only means of
Darting spot, sprang The accounts from Poland extinguish all
place where I had left my hat; but before hope of n favorable turn in the affairs of mony upon the subject; which testimony, t-aving that such the! same from destruction, he piayTS

could reach it, a suducn storm of wrath was that ill-fated country. Tlio remaining di- as soon as collected, will forwarded- to a proportion may be decreed to
him, by way of Salvage, as his service
heard at tho door.'bacrrro .
\isionaof tho Patriot Army, had nearly ally the proper authorities. have merited. .
Sacr-r-o Sacr-r-r-r-reP\ after new disasters, either dispersed, or laid --0+_
And whereas the Judge of said Court
tho r in the last syllable being made to roll down their arms; and the contest may be The New York Courier and Enquirer} for said District 'hath ordered and directed -
like watchman's rattle with
a : mingled another said to have ended.
epithet and name, that on angry contains an' account of a Public Dinner at on the 15th of February, 1832, for all

Frenchman never spares, was heard rising -- I Tammany Hall, on Monday, 21st November. persons concerned to be cited and intimated'to

like a fierce tempest without the door.- POLITICAL.From i This festival was in celebration of appear at the Court House at Key-West,
in said District:; t -show cause: if they
there any
Suddenly was a pause-a gurgliug the triumph of Democracy Jack onisll1
the Charleston have why judgment should not
sound, as of one swallowing involuntarilyand Mercury.A pass as
the storm of wrath again broke out private letter from Washington to tho throughout the Stale of New York.COMftlKRCTAI. prajed. YON arc therefore hereby authori.

with redoubled fury. I seized my hat, and editor of the,St, Augustine Herald, men- -.-..-.- s, -.. s- -- ,-_ ._ ---- scd, empowered and strictly enjoined peremptorily
opened<< the door, and tho whole matter was tions that Governor Duval of Florida, had to cite and admonish all persons*
at onoo explained: Wu had exchanged given notice to the President of his intention : whatsoever, having or pretending to have

hats; and there ho stood, the soft cauliflower to resign. any right, title, claim or interest in or to
gushing down his cheeks,. blinding his COMMERCE OF KEY WEST the said Mackerel and Figs, by all lawfut

eyes, filling his: mouth, hair, mustachios From the same. Imports from Havana, per SToop Azelia, ways, means and method*,whereby this Monition
oars, anq; whiskers. Ncr shall 1 forget "An unusual scarcityof ,'essds'Sa'stho 1,900 segars, 100 Ihs starch, T bag cork, 1 may be made most pnhlic and notorious
that spC'clr.cleThefC! ho stood astride, Savannah Georgian, "exists in our pott chain cable, fruit, $3,000 &c. to O. O'l.lara. to be and appear at the time and place

like the colossus, and stooping gently forward at present!, in consequence of which the operations One W thousand, Dunce nine Fruit hundred, ,segars coffee( ,, $3,000to aforesaid before the Judge aforesaid, and

Ills eyes forcibly closed, his arms held in cotton are cramped. and the &c. to A. Garcia. 1,900 eggs segars, 2 bbls sugar ho-, also to attend upon every session and sessions -
drooping out from his body, and dripping bustle and hum of business along the nej,swine, &c. to P. J. Fontaine. to be held there and from thence un-

cauliflower and butter at every |P orc. wharves, usually prevalent at this season, Per Sloop :Morning Star, 2 boxes sweet- til a definitive sentence shall be read and
I staid no longer; but, retaining his hat, are wanting. Freights are brisk at three meets, tie. to W. II Walt jvomulgcd in the said hnsrncss inclusively,
I rushed from the !house, jumped into njittrrr farthings for Liverpool, at which rate many From Reef, per Sloop Volunter whole if them or any of them shall think it their

and arrived safely at homo; heartily cargoes might be had, while at New-Or I and 4 half bbls mackerel, 120 drums figs. duty so t..a .?, '.ear, abide by and perform

resolving,that to my List hour, I would never leans tho current rate is but three eighths; EXPORTS, all and singular such judicial acts as am

again deliver a letter of introduction. and a ship(a rare occurrence and ono unexampled To Havana Spanish Schooner San Fernando necessary and by law required to be done
thus early) has been ordered from 150 quintals salt fish,5,000 fish rocs, and expedited in the premises? and furtherto

that port to this. Unless we have numerous by master. do and receive what unto law ant} justice
FOR To New York, per Brig'James, inward shall! under t'le
arrivals shortly, freights must go still appertain, pain of the law
from Jamaica of
cargo rum, sugar, pimento and
thereof the absence
higher. or con-
Aic. 7,343 lbs copper, 1 hlij molasses F.
Prom the New York American. A. Browne. 103 hhds, 2 tierces molasses by tumacy of them and every of them, in any-
LATEST FROM ENGLAND. 1'rorn the same. inward cargo from Matanr.as of wrecked wise notwithstanding: And whatsoeveryou

The Sylvanus Jenkins, Liverpool packet, I LEGAL DECISION.At Brig Doris, by J. L. Cbn-chill. shall do in the premises, you shall duly

brings us papers of the 11 tll Oct. from thatplace a late session of the Superior Court To Charleston, per Ship Florence, 99 certify unto the Judge aforesaid at the
I bbU mackerel by 1'. J. Fontaine. 30 half time and aforesaid
place- with
and of tho 10th Oct. from London. together
of the District of East Florida
on an application barrels mackerel, 10 hbls almonds, by A. C. these ts.Witness .
They prove how great the fermentation in for a mandamus: to tho Wardensof Tift & Co. 60 liltds molasses, 40 bags coffee preson
the country was on account of tho rejection the Roman Catholic Church of tho pa- 18 LaIr bbls mackerel 6 bales flannels, the Hon. JAMES WEBB, Judge of
of tiro Reform Hill. The London rish of St. Augustine, to admit the Rtv 5 bales duck, by F. A. Browne. One box our said Court for said District, this 20th
Spectator thus refers to the defeat of tho Edward F. Mayne (appointed Minister of merchandise by Ludlow. day of December, 1331. '

bill, and gives a list of the Speakers for and the said Church by the Bishop the Dio. Schooner Cora up at New York for this JOEL YANCEY, Clcrk.THEREFORR' .
place, to sail about the 10th.
against it: cc9, according to the rules and disciplineof -

"The consequences of this decision no the Catholic Church,) exercise his of. .. J _. ._ __,. _. ::::: : know ye, to alt whom it

man can contemplate without regret and nee in the Church. Ilia Honor Judge may concern, that in of the abovo -
It i is evident,cither that the Ministry decided INTELLIGENCE.PORT pursuance
Smith First
dismay. That agreeably to : Monition from under tho seal of thq
must go out, and Reform be abandoned the lAws of Spain, as they existed previous District Court of the United
Stare of
in despair; or that tho Upper House to the transfer of the Floridas tQ the OP KEY WEST. America, for the Southern, District$of4
must bo entirely re-modelled. It would United States: and as they now exist, the Florida, to me directed and
not be possible\ to obtain working majority i- King |possessed and exercised the right to ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST. do hereby give public delivered; 'I
at a less cost than the creation of fifty or present to the Church livings notice to all per-
Dec. 16. Sloop North America sons many manner interested
sixty Peer*. We will not positively assert, ly of the Pope or the Bishops indl.pendcnt-I Havana, fruit to master. Ashby, they be and therein, tit

though: we must still hone, that the Ministry man Catholic Church, ho proprietor Dec. 17. Sloop Oliver Davis, Throgmor- ho.den in. and appear for the before the"Court to,be
will counsel or tho Monarch assent to and patron of all the Churches within ton, [Norfolk, lumber and provisions to I'. Court House in said District at the
such a creation. If they do not, the prospect his dominions and that having transfer- I C. Greene. day of JeyVest., on the fifteenth

to tho country is datk and dismal beyond red his proprietor- interests to the United Sloop Capitol,Walker,Cbarleston provisions the forenoon February, 1832, at ten o'clock in
any former example. The Peers, by States, and the said United States having I to F. A. Browne. to of that day; then and there
their conduct, have done all that men could subsequently ceded to tho Roman: Catholic '; Schr. Columbus, Pratt, 13 days from New interpose their claims for the same and
do to destroy one order in the stale and to Congregation of the city of St. Augustinethose : York Quarter with stores to t'. D. N e\Ycomb, U. S. make their allegations in support Ihc'reor.L.

in hazard tho other two." interests, this Master M. STONE
put cession vested i in them i Dec. 19. Sloop Volunteer. Bethel) Flo- I ,
lr. S. Marshal S. Didrkldingplaco

n IJ

L-___ _______='"--------- _-_ -- .4 Sec. G. Time Reef shall he considered bring within tho port or harbour of Key bucli: vossel or \cs. cf!, without first obtaining -

NEW AflVERTISUMINTS.IIENItY when the Light-House on Sand Key bears West, nny foreign passenger who may have said iM'Tmi
either E. N. I:. or W. S. W. clandestinely departed from nny foreign form the same quarantine that 1 may 110'*imposed -

K. NKWCOJIH Sec. 7. All vessels liable to pay pilot place and who shall not possess a jasspoTt upon said said! vesseland) cargorrri:' *>1k ,

WILL attend to any AGENCY or age, !Sound from this Port, shall! pay the or other evidence of his having been nci t Sec. 3. He it further ordained' That :

:\ SION Business that maybe same as vessels entering: but if said 1 vessel milled to depart from thence,-and per this Ordinance ,shall remain in run ford'h: ;

intrusted in tie to Warehouse him. Ofl'ico( of FICLDING and StoreRooms shall choose to depart without a Pilot, they milting him to land without permission first until expressly repealed by the Council, ','* '

BROWNE, Esq. shall bo subject to but half pilotage.Sec. obtained from the Town. Council, shall "\"

Kay-West, Nov. 16, 1031. 11 tfEIWAHfo 8. \csselsexcept wrecking vessels forfeit and pay,for each passenger so landed ORDINANCE-No. 11. ',

----- smacks nnd vessels under charge of the sum of fifty dollars. Constiliiiinff d Cotomittcc\ of Finance.He .

CHANDLER, wreckers, entering or leading this Port Sec. 5. Be it further ordained That it ordained by' the President and

"/ATTOHNEy' OF TilE UNITE STATES SOUTHERN through the Norllr\VVost passage,and drawing any foreign passenger landing within the Members nf the Tbjcn. Coune il of Key

STRICT OF FLORIDA. four feet watcf otovcr, shall pay two Town of Key West, without permissionfirst West, That from and after the passing of
Court House, Key Wast, April CO, 18:1: t. '
dollars"per foot to any' ilot tendering his obtained from the Town Coun- this Ordinance, two Members of tho Board,

A. C. TIFT&CO- services; but if said vessel docs not receive cil, or without having tho necessarypassport to be designated! by the President from lime
said Pilot half shall be other evidence of his being allowed -
pilotage only paid
received from New York, per ; to time shall constitute a Committee of
HAVE Stoninpton, an extensive if a Pilot does not tender his service out- freely to depart from the port whencehe Finance.

assortment' of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, side the bar of the said North-West postage came, (if any is usually granted at such Sec. 2. lie it furthet ordained, Thai

Groceries, Liquors, &c. &c. consisting in then he shall.not claim pilotage or place,)shall be liable to enter into bonds in it shall bo tho duty of the said :Committedto

part, of the following articles $; half pilotage.Sec. time sum of $1,000 with good security, to examine and audit nil bills br accounts

LIQUORS. GROCERIES. 9. Whcn two or more Pilots shall bo appro.etof by tho President of the presented against tho Council; to examine

Holland Gin, New Orleans Sugar. tender! their sen ices to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of tho Peace, to do. the accounts of Treasurer and :Marshal,
Jamaica Hum St Croix do shall be and' refused from the Island within such time as
N. England do Loaf & Lump do alongside accepted, part and make reports quarterly as to the state
Country Gin 'Young nYlon Tea the said Pilot, shall: be entitled to received may bo deemed reasonable, or on failurebe of tho Finances.

Cherry BrandyCofiee, Tobacco half pilotage. committed to jail. D. C. PINKHAM,
Madeira Wino Raisins, Chocolate Sec. 10. Whcn a Pilot shall discovertwo Sec. 6. Ue it further ordained; That ]Jrr. (l't T. C.

TencrifFo do Soap, Scgars; or more vessels, it shall be his duty to tho several fines and penalties herein enacted II WATERHOUSE,
",' Malaga do Sperm, Tallow and visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of may recovered before the President Clerk.

Port do. Babcrry Candles distress be exhibited on fine more emote: of the Town Council any Justiceof I

Claret do Powder and Shot and any Pilot failing to comply with thisprovision tho Peace. 1'. C.Continues (JCEENE,
Cordial Pilot Bread Crac-
Peppermint shall forfeit his Branch. to transact General Agency
do kers, Flour, Fulton -
Raspberry Pilot the ORDENANHA--No.. inn business.
Market Beef Sec. 11. Any charged before I

Town Council,of incapacity: or negligence, Arreglando, la; introduction, de Pasage-I Goods taken on Slorugn &c.

DRY GOODS. shall, upon conviction,.bo deprived of his cl Pueblo dc 0 7* Ho will always be happy to receive
Superfine Black Cloth, do Olive do, Linen Branch. Kstrnngeros, en Cayo and execute all orders in his line of Busi

Shirts, Cotton do. Sewing Silk, Irish llucso.Por.
Sec. 12.. All fines and penalties -
Linen, Assorted Muslins, Prints, Belt Ribbons imposed ness.Key
CalicoesLaceShawls, Gauze Ruffs, 1 by this Ordinance shall be recovered before cuanto, varios criminales, dclincuentcs West, 28th March, 1031.
Council l allowing I contra las )lecsdcl pais dedondc :
the I
Cravats, Gloves. &e. Prcsidcntof Ibq'1'own 1 THE SUBSCRIBERS
I vinicron ban silo inlroducidoa csto
to the'partifiSjKall! instances, an en
ALSO appeal to the b Puerto, proccdcntcs de otroa cstrangcros, HAVING taken the Store recently oc
An Extensive Assortment I hv Porter & Stanard, in tlid
la continuacion
scmejantes: en-
Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall on boardof y como '
ofREADYMADE go North Last end of F. A. lirownc'a Ward
vessel he shall exhibit his Branch and tradas pucdcn ser atcndidas como do inju-
CLOTIIING, a House, offer for sale on accommodating
& shall also:: furnish tho Muster or Commander riosas consccuencias para la comunidad, terms, a general assortment of
of said vessel with, a copy of this Ordi- a tncnos quo mcdidas no scan tomadas para DRY eiOODS,

CUTLERY, &c. &c. nance. Il'mcdio.rlns: GROCERIES noel

& Sec 14. The following rates of Pilot- Portanto sc ordena por ri Prcsidcnte y Sidi'CLIANDLEILY..

ALSOA tagc arc allowed : Micinlros del Cabildo, Quo desdc el pn- GEORGE K. WKAVER h CO.

A On A vessel drawing 6 feet, $7 00 mero del rocs dc Novicmbrc proximo, en Key WCII' April 20. tH3i
adclanto cl dccualquier a Buquc
(j" 900
iety of other Articles, too'numcrous 7 1000 cntrando do algun Puerto o lugar estrangc- DR. B. B. STRO131: L

"bo inserted. 1200 ro a cl do Cayo IIuoso, ha do tnanifcfltar continues in Prncticr his l'ro

'/ _Key West, Nov. 2, 1C31. 9 tf {8"I" -- 1350 al) Escribientc del Cabildo cl numero de (pnKigcros STILL in nil its Various Branche*.-

.ARTRILL M'DONALD 10 1500 no ciudadanos!! de los Estados U- Ho also keeps on 'hnridj a constant and

. 11" 1C 50 nidos,ni vecinos del Pueblo do Cayo Hue.so fresh supply of Genuine
SHIP CARPENTERS, ha de al Tcuorcro calla and Medicines.All
12" 1800 ; y pagan por pa- Drugs .
inform their friends
RESPECTFULLY in general, that <. 13 1950 sagero Un Peso. orders will meet punctunl nltl'nti i6u.
Kcc. 2 El Capitan dc cualquicr a Buquofultandoa
c. 2300
they will undertake to repair upon the shortest 14 Key \VcatgmhMmcli,183l.
manifestar dentro Ie 24 horns des -
notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats. 1[j" 2700 ""
Application may be made at the Store of "< 16" 3200 pues do la entradll do dicho Buque, ha do NOTK'K.

P. J. Fontaine. 17" 3600 scr multado y pagara adcmns do la suma citizen who may apprehend a DC-

'Key West Nov. 23, 1831. 18 4000 ante dicha por; cad pasagcro Cinco pesos.' ANY: from the U. States' Troops,

", 19 'c. 4500 Sec. 3. Ningun jrasagcro estrangero do and deliver him over to an Officer of the

J. J. MITCHELL 20'c 5000 algun Buque ha dc set pcrmitido dcscin- Army will\ l>o paid the turn of FIFTEKNDOLLARS
N barcar cl Puerto do Cayo llucso amcnos for each Deserter thturccitrrd.
en ,
TTNFORMS tho public that he has loca- 21 5600w
. J|_ ted himself in this Town for thepur 22 CO 00 quo no haiga publicamenlo y librcmcntcjalido Major Commanding.,
of his trade-as'SAiL-MA 6500 del lugnr do su proccdcncia, y tieno
pose carrying 23" J\f't West, April 37, 1031 31
tcstinionio tal
all its various branches. en su holler pasaportc o otro
KER & RIGGI R,in cc 24" 7000
Loft in the of detain cual como los quo*c conccdcn en cl Pucito OFFICE or THE
Ho occupies a Shop Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall bo
Mr. Atkins. ed on board vessel after she has arrived do BU procedcncia purmiticndolo su salida. BRITISH VICK-CONSULATE,

Key-West,Nov. 9, 183. 10 tf in the harbour any at the request of the Sec. 4, El Capitan do algun Buque quo And Agent for Lloyds, London, and the
dentro del Puerto de Cayo llucso al Association Undericrltert Lircrjtool
Master! or Commander of said vessel, said traiga of ,
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall entitled todl'mandnnd receive I gun pasagero quo han salido clandcstinaaiento Ito. 3, FRONT-STRLET.

Three Dollars for such day. de algun lugar y quo no poses paaa- Office hours from 0 A. 3r,to 3 o'clock i'. sr.
the Town Council every otro tcstimonio do liabcrsido permi- tf Key Wcs1 Oth April 1831.
pass- Sec. 16. Any Pilot\ applying for R porte o ,
Branch shall} at the time he obtains the tido su salida y pcrmitiendolo dcscmbarcar
ed Oct. 15 1831. obtenido del Cabildo THE CITY GAZETTE,
sin permiso primero ,
into the hand* of the Treasurer
f .. pay ha de multado calla AND COMMERCIAL DAILY APVCBTI8KR.
ser y pagara por pasa
TEN DOLL.\US,also one Dollar to tho Clerk
ORDINANCE. G. gero aai desembarcardo Cincucnta Pesos. A Journal of Commerce, Science, Literature -
for issuing the same. '
To regulate the Pilotage of this Port. Sec. 17. All Ordinances and parts of Sec 5. Quo cualquier osagero cstran and the Arts.
descmbarcando dcnlro del Puerto do HV stasis iH'nvtA.
Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against tllIl Ordinance gero 1I1IC80 sin permiso primero obtenido TilE CITY GAZKTTE it ono of the

Town of Key West, That when any:per arc hereby repealed.ORDINANCENo.. del Cayo Cabildo o, sin toner cl pasaportc need oldest existing Journals in the U States.
son shall be desirous of having the situationof Under many proprietors. course with few
'feario tcstimonio do haber sido permi-
Branch Pilotof this Port, he shall presentto 9. 0 otro exceptions, have always been Americanand
Council written whereupon lid?, salir libremento del Puerto de BU pro I popular.: Of late years, from neglectmore
the petition
a ; Regulating the introduction sf Foreignersinto :
tal ha de
si lugar)
shall be the of the Council to ( CA than any other cause its influence arid
duly appoint
committee of three competent persons the Toicn of Key IVwf.WHEREAS net sujeto a entrar en obligacion en la suma patronage had visibly declined. Within the
into the several criminals, offenders a- dc g 1000 con buena fianza quo cste apprpba last year however, the present proprietors,
qualification. .
to make enquiry gainst the laws of tho country whence do por el Prcsidcnte del Cabildo o un juez hating entered upon a course of policy,
and fitness of the applying, res the of the
persons with politics
U Yela dcntro more consistent
have arrived at Key do saiga ,
they came, lately |paz para que
purl thereon at the next succeeding meeting South, and having made numerous additionsto
West from Foreign Ports, and as a continuance tictnpo como sera considcrado razonable u
of the hoard, when the prayer of the the mechanical improvements of their
petitioner shall be acted on: all Pilots appointed of such arrivals will be attended en faltando sera conducido a la carcel. establishment by fitting it out in a new and
\ to See. 6. Quo las multas aqui ordanadan, and larger sheet and
shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequences handsome type, on a
Branch bond with good and sufficient the community, unless means be taken puedcn ser cobradas por Presidcnlo del I better description of paper than heretofore;
de claim to and have been favored with a
for the faithful performance of their to prevent them: o por un jucz paz.ORDINANCBNo. lay
security Ue it therefore ordained, by tie President I large and proportional increase of patronage -

duty. and Members of the Town Council 10. including new subscriptions aid general -
All Pilots Branch advertising. Within the last year, their
Sec. 2. holding a ,
shall have and use a Boat sufficiently largeto of Key West, That from and' after For preventing the introduction of Cholera list of patrons has been swollen by an accession -
the Reefand I the first day of November next, the Master into the Town of Key West.WnEBEts of more than Three Hundred Citizens .
enable them to proceed over I
of any vessel arriving from a foreign portor I to which new names are with little
the aid of to vessel requiring I certain disease known by tho
render Pilotage any a ,
of West hall added. Tim
place, at port Key exception, almost daily proprietors -
the same make a report to the Clerk of tho Town narnoof INDIAN CHOLERA, at present order tbo better merit thai encouragement -

Sec. 3. 'fhatull ,'cssclsl1rawingov"f 5 Council, of the number of passengers onboard prevailing in tho Northern parts of of which, It is equally their

feet of water entering this Port, except fishIng -- not citizens of the United States, Europe, of the most fatal character; andas pride and pleasure, to acknowledge su much

smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels I nor residents of the Town of JcyVt.'st; Euch disease may be introduced into has been received, from their friend and

under charge of wreckers, shall jay the : and shall pay to the 'rle,, urer one dollar our own ports by vessels trading with fellow with citizens their-office have of established business,in a spacious connection

.Sates of Pilotage herein_ after specified.Sec. aforesaid.Sec. that quarter of tho Globe:
I for every passenger Heading Room, in which, the chief PuMic
4If a Pilot does not board or offer 2. He it further ordained, That De it therefore ordained, by the Prc- Journals find their way and are carefullyfiled

f fib services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neglecting titlent and .Members of the Town Councilof from all the Status in our Unioo.

until said vessel arrives within 4 miles of to make such report within 94 hours Key West, That all vessels arriving This room is free with all its facilities,with
said Pilot vessel shall forfeit from where the said disease out charge, to all patron of the Gazette.
LiphMIouse on Key West, after the arrival of said louts or places,
'the services t and pay the sutra of five dollar, in addition exists, shall be taken by the Pilots} of the A regular weekly Trices Current in suitable letter
tobwttng or u.:ri"5h fWLn form and a fine paper
board the upon
aforesaid for each without their going on to
half :; an :. to the cum required port, carefully collected
entitled to only pilota northward and west or correspondence
dill UKJ Quarantine Ground, estimate of the true
board said vessel passenger.Sec. with the most correct
does not
Key West is distant not 3. nc it further ordained, That ward of Fleming' Key;-there to remain condition of the markets, and put upon the

Light-House on miles and then bears<<: E.N. no foreign passenger, from any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the most advantageous: terms to all that come
than two ,
more claimed. shall be permitted to land within tl.o Council and Health Officer of the port. under this class,is also issued from the office
12.no pilotagehall harbour of Key West, unless !at: Sec, 2. Be it further ordained, That of the proprietors. Their Reading Room,
Sec. 5. All vessels drawing five feel port or and openly departed from while it shall be thought necessary by time where the earliest information may be had,
shall have freely
water subject to the provisions of this Ord whence he and have in hu said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels U free aliko to patrons, strangers m the city -
Yiancerefusmgto teeeivo pilot outside of the place came intercourse and master of vessels trading to this
possession a passport, or such other papers should perform quarantine, no To these improvements, they make
his :
Pilot shall tender services port.
Reef when a stall be held with the
the whatever
are usually granted al the port whence daily additions, affording facilities to the
shall be liable to pay full pilotage; as Town Island of leyVt'St., but by Wt.berto
lio came, permitting him to depart itero- or permission man of leisure and business. alike
but inside of the Reef &, not within' two and under the direction ol tlte unknown' blMMB it PUHYEA.
of the Light-House on Key\ ('!Jt,the frotn. end CLarl.*..*..
miles Re it ordained, That' President and Health Officer} .1111*r- No 3 Broad .1.** .

}aid, 'light bearing E. N. E. the said vessels the Sec.Matter 4. of any further ship or vessel, who shall sons who shall bold toy iateieoUtgo with e:7S..IttU9M.: ....... ai\WI..., .

J all pay halfpilotago .
". ..llJI : '/:;

.t'!. ., I'1t ,... & .
', .
.' ,;, country set apart and allotted to the:! several

.'.' ***.> Id5PECDUS L less formidable than tho certainty of being CIRCULAR tribes of Indians established! beyond the
J1! or THE trampled )by those with whom we have confederated TO COLLECTORS OF.CUSTdMS. limits of tile States, under treaties made
.JJ1.A 1C'TtiCiT8 ANI FREE TUADR at home. Hence is it vitally important TREASURY PEFAITMF.NT, with the !said ludian Tribes by the limitedStates

.'\\'EVE1NIHG; POST. that the power should be sustained! April 5th, 1831. : the Commanding officers of the toveral .
'4 .i. which alone can compel strict constructionof posts on the frontiers are enjoined to
X,." "fTOHBcstablishfnent, in Charlestonof SIR
; the Charter. That resides with ,
power that the provisions of the act above alluded
this see
JL additional Newspaper, devoted to the Representations been made to
each 'State It is the State
Sovereignty. to be enforced in relation to the
of their has been deem* Consuls and removal -
support principles, by some of our
to arrest Department
Right sovereign interposition of the said unlawful settlers, taking
the STATE RIGHTS and of United
expedient by that the crews
; the of Federal agents. The existence other persons,
usurpation for their guide in the execution of the said
FREE TRADE P4RTV In pursuance as the conservative States merchant vessels have been discbarged : -
of this' determination, TUB EVENING of this right their commanders, duty, the act above referred to.
of Constitution Is no now doctrine in foreign ports by
principle our order of Ar.KXAJ.nrm' MAcovti
POST will be commenced as a Daily Evening without complying with the provisions of fly ,
it'is with Federal polity,
co-cval our
,5 tile
Gen. Commanding
/ Journal,so soon as the requisite office and was asserted by its founders and contemporary the act of Congress of JttaSOtli of February Mnj.
Jl. JOKES.p :
can bo completed.The attention is therefore, .
arrangements expositors. This principle, is 1803. Your ,
political tenets to whicb the Evening the characteristic feature proudly distinguishing specially called to 0ubjcct, with ,are, -(H_ Adj. Gen.

Post will be devoted, are to familiarto ours from other Republics not Fe quest that increased vigilance may bo exerted SAINT VINCENT.

this community, hare discussion been sq long the decal in their elements. In the latter, ft to-prevent future infractions of,the By his Excellency the Right IIonouraM-!

prominent subject of by the Constitution is, in fact, by a symbol of pub law; and it is expected that you will require ; Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, Baronet
and have been often and trium- ,
so evidence that there
press with hay
lic opinion, is construed by and varies satisfactory 1
vindicated the fint minds in our Captain General, & Governor-in-Chicf,
phantly by will of majority while in been a strict comnlianco with the'reqnisi-<<
the changing a ;
State, and in the Federal councils, that it our Republic a guardian power preserves it lions of the forcgoi oot in leach case; before ,, in'nncl over Uio Island of Sf. Vincent,
is deemed unnecessary to promulgate more as permanent rule of action. the bond of the'n._ **- required by Bequia'},and such of the Islands commonly .
than: the following exposition,vbich is otrcred The formal recognition; of such a. right: the' first section thereof be allowed 'to" be' ;'called the Grenadines, and Ihow

in lieu of a more detailed political creed. on the face of the Charter would have been cancelled., .. at the Northward Carriacou in America -
Free Trade will be advocated as the '
. superfluous, in as much as it resulted necessarily I am, respectfully, Chancellor .prdmary, and Vice-
of an enlightened policy-as a privilege Your obe tent.servant' ,.
the formation of between ,
from a compact
which Admiral of, thesarne. &c. &c. &c.
of the people, impartial justice s. I>: INGUAM
independent sovereigns having no '
requires from the rulers of every countryand PItOG LEI Ki 1TION.
common umpire. As a feature of our political Secretary of the Treasury; "Jt.! .

tho as a Constitution.right which,in The ours framers, is guaranteedby of that system, it is of course a political, not a To the Collector of the Customs. (KrWHEREAS, from the onscqnclI'Cf1S

venerated instrument withheld from the revolutionary right. Formed for the protec- irciilar to Collectors of the Customs. of tho dreadful hurricane with which
tion of a minority from the usurpations of TREASURY DEPARTMENT,;L. ,
Federal agents the power to protect manu this Island and its dependencies vi's f-'v
and !
authorities themselves
Federal ,
the 14 1C31.
May r
faetnres by restrictive duties ; it bas been cd the lllh insta.it
the of majority exercised has on ThursdnyJnormng. ,
of the from usurpation a SIR : It been ascertained that the depreciated -
usurped by a perversion revenue through subserviency of those authoritiesthe currencies of foreign countries it is essentially necessary for their,relief to
and its exercise sectional
power, for sectional, involving aggrandisement Constitution itelfneeded! protection. have been variously estimated at the different encourage the importation-.of the only nr-
has oppression, necessarily,produced a sectional exasperation Reliance for that protection surely wa not Custom Houses of the United States, ticle of"food which bears duly, namely} ,
which endangers the permanencyof placed in cither tho parties against whom offing, partly, to defective information as Flour; and of such materials! ,. .agarc' rc-J

the Union. It is impossible that tho injured it was provided as a shield. The Supreme to the true specie value of such currencies, quired to repair tho extensive damages
tolerate Court being one of the Federal agents,was and partly to an erroneous! practice of computing
parties can legislation so man which have been sustained in houses buildings .
unjust and unequal its operation. not, therefore, entrusted wit'a its political their value according tq the rates of ,
Nor could 'he of the and sugar works, over the greatest
guardianship. engine with and
I exchange England, reducing the
\\jthuut first proving, which Iff 'impossible.that .
the bcnrfitsof the protection are equally majority-the ballot box-have been considered sterling value of suchdeprecia'tcd currency part of this colony: J do llrcieforc, ty...

apportioned to all the States-it>s a gross as the safeguard. The sectional into money of the United States without nnd with the advice nnd consent of His
absurdity to contend that the burdens minority can exert no influence on the representation regard to th iffcrcnccbctweerr4i legal Majesty's Privy Counsel, authorise and rr,

the Tariff press equally upon all. If, then, of a sectional majority. The and the true values of iteriinjtmdfiey In U. quire the Port of Kingstown to be opened

it be a tax on consumption exclusively, as responsibility representatives! butsccures States' currency. To i itffiofsuclt discrepancies accordingly for the admission of J'lollr.

its defenders vainly'argue, its operation is their fidelity to their respective constituents I and errors in future, the President nnd of White, Yellow, and Pitch Pine
yet glaringly unequal, and it becomes no and the representatives of a minority directs that whenever invoices are\mado
Boards Plank
free people to submit to its unauthorised! can effect nothing against the antagonist out in a currency the value of ,which is not Scantling Shingle
exactions. Much loss is it to be tolerated, interest which the representatives of a ma- fixed by the laws of the U. States,yon will free of nil ,Duties payable' thereon, until

when it i. evident that wo are not only arbitrarily jority may be compelled by,their constituents require from the importer a certificate from the 31st day of December now next ensillug .

taxed as consumers, but that the to enforce in utter disregard of the the United States' Consul,if there be one, of which all .Officers of hrs Majesty1
Inevitable result of the protective system is Charter. The principle, therefore, is desolating at the place of exportation, of the true value Customs and nil others:; whom it doth.

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

in the prostration of our agricultural inte of si majority, and must be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem to-take duo notice and to ..themselves
surrendered to their wisdom and justice.-
duties according to such value : or. in the
rest.There is no solidity in the objection to Besides, except! in the Parliamentary trans- absence of such, evidence, that you will as- accordingly.Given "
our resistance, that others arc blindly submitting actions of the two houses of Congressourframe certain said value from'the prices current, under my Hand nnd Seal al Arm,
to the evils, which are overwhelming government no where recognizesthe and such other authentic sources of informa- nl tile Government 1I1l c. in Kingstown '

thC1lin common with ourselves consolidating that the will of a majority tion as may be within your reach, & charge this. eighteenth day of August,
This delinquency ii not our justification. If shall govern. The President may be. the ad valorem duties accordingly. You one thousand eight hundred and thir
tre are awake to tho dangers and degradation elected by a minority of the people ; a ma- will give public notice of the directions C -one. .
of our situation, it behoves us to leaveno jority of Senators representing States, the herein contained as to'tho consular certificate By his )
Excellency' command-
effort untried until we shall have repelledthe aggregate! of whose population are a mino- ; and that uniformity may bcJieroaftcrsecured .
invasion of our liberties. The Evening rity of the whole people, may reject a mea- at all the Custom Houses, you will THOMAS MELVILLE,

Post w .H, therefore, exhort to resistance of sure unanimously passed by the representative forward to this Department,once month, I Government: $ec'r'rDuly '
the Tariff, as the most prominent enormity of the people in the other House-and a statement of the rates at which the cur i proclaimed in Kingstown, tin? eighteenth
of that "American System,"wbicb baa been vice versa, a bare majority in the other rencies aforesaid are thus estimated, at each day of,-August, ono -thousand
built up on the ruins of the Free System House may reject a measure passed by tho port from whence goods are imported and .. eight hundred and thirf.r.-ont'nnd ih the
bequeathed us by our fathers, and which, if unanimous voice of the Representatives of invoiced in such currencies. In all cases of
the States in the Senate-The President, a second year of his M ijesty Reign.
established as the settled policy of the country doubt as to the value of such currency, you
must, In the end, either sever the bond single individual, may put his veto on the will npply to. the Ticasury Department for C. D. STEWART,
of Union,or melt doipnjpd consolidate the deliberate act if both Houses; and the Judges information. I am, respectfully, your obe Act. Pro. Marshal General.
State Sovereignties into 'ne limitless, irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office dient servant, S. D. INGHAM, T p ,
despotism. The Evening Post not by election but by appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury.OFFICIAL SOUTHERN REVIEW.
will oppose Internal Improvement as unconstitutional set aside the concurrent enactments of If TILE subscriber begs leave to inform tfid

as an engine of favoritism, qggflf/8cnatc, and President. The pow. CIRCULAR public that he has undertaken, for the next
AS a source of sectional robbery, as creating ,'er "o'protect the Constitution could not NAVY DcrAriTMETT:' If three years to publish the t-ouTriE.UN HE-

a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant .b'ave been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, 1831. $ VIEW, and to look for his,remuneration entirely -
taxation-it will oppose the rechartering majority from which the danger violation SIR,-In consequence of recent occur- to the present and future
of the United States' Dank, as manifestly was apprehended. It would have been indeed rences in the service, your attention is invi- list of $5. As this source has hitherto been
unconstitutional, and as prolonging the existence committing the keys of the'house to ted to two subjects, where the laws now regulate inadequate to defray this he
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 expense the ,patronage beg of
oppose the projected disposition of the Surplus suggested the propriety of locks. The pow- ; but where there is still vested in officersa those who think tll(. Review of
worthy publie
Revenue, as a scheme of barefaced, er was wisely left with the several State discretion, in ho exercise of which it support. '
wholesale which Sovereignties thus not only was there be desirable to them to know
bribery, if adopted, will may distinctly The subscriber has associated John B. Irving -
give to oppression a duration oo-existant provided a delnito rule of action for tho the wishes of tbe President aod of this De I3sq. with him in the publication of tho
with that of our government.A Federal Government,but a po\V'crto render I partment.One Review, who will conduct the-

zealous and judicious attachment to the inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho of those subjects, and our wishes up- ,I establish agencies, collect correspondence and receive --
Union, prescribes tho present as the proper rised and irregular action. on it are, that when any portion of the} Navy subscriptions, and attend to all the
crisis for making a determined and uncom- So far as a congeniality of views may ex- furnishes relief to American vessels, business transactions of the Review
promising stand for the Constitution, before ist, in relation to these principles, the Evening whether wrecked or otherwise\ in distress, the typographical department. ,excepting -

the jarring interests of different sections Post is pledged to the State Rights -to 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 the supportof be, and long has been one great object of to announce tha Hngh Si: Legare, to.
conflict-before, blinded by their measures, to be efficient, must includethe its gallant exertions, no compensation of wliom the Review has hitherto owed Esq (
unrighteous gains, tho consolidation States support of mono its humble aid will be any kind should either be asked or received. much) has consented to be associated with f>o

1Ib.1f'gard\ as undoubted right their undue zealously: contributed to extend the personal The other subject, and 'our wishes upon the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in the lite
:1dv:1ntagcs-bt'furo they shall resolve to influence and promote tho political advancement it are, that till Congress deem it proper to r ry department of this journal.
maintain at all hazards the tyrannous principle of those statesmen who devote alter the existing laws concerning punishments The subscribers who still in
that "public opinion," or the will of themselves to the go.d cause, which is identified in the Navy, and whenever those laws arc arrears'avill
a bo pleased
with the _.. .._ --1'--- _,. ... to make navment to J. I-
maJority, tsa pdwerabore the Constitution; value of the Union and the anyiv a uiscrcuon in the choice Ol punishI Irving, Esq. and the new subscribers will
and before the victim sovereignties in minority liberty and honor of South Carolina. Its I ments, the first resort, in the case ot offences pay their subscriptions likewise to him
goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operation with these will be embarrassed by seamen, is recommended to be al- he is alone authorized to receive thenv, aJo ,u
very aspirations for liberty be extinct)shall by a personal pledge to no can- I ways had to pecuniary fines, badges of disgrace A. E. MILLER '
rise in desperation abolish a frame of didate for the Presidency or any other and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad street, Charleston.-,
government too much shattered to be recog- oflice. than to the humiliating\ practice of whipping -
nised a* that for which they originally stipulated In maintaining its ground amid tbe conflicts and that never on 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 oaa authority,
shall then render it impossible ever Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripes, limited THE undersigned having established:,
again tore-compose and re-edify. The South Press, by courtesy and moderation, under by law, he exceeded in number at Key West, as a COMMISSION -
; or
once roused to a full sense of her wrongs, the belief that the legitimate ends of newspaper be inflicted otherwise than in the MERCHANT AND GENERAL
will be satisfied with discussion presence AGENT, offers his services to his friends
nothing but equality ; are best subserved by firmness and under the sanction of the
and it cannot be denied that by the Consti without violence, and zeal without in- officer of the vessel or station.commanding_ and the public generally. .

tutiou, even if strictly observed, the slave temperance. With tho opinions and public And that, in the case of offences by offi I F. A., BROWNE,
holding States are, placed at decided disadvantage acts of ODPonents. it will-q exercise- ---q----------the right cers, which! it is hoped their well known April 20, 1831 .

uncc leagued for the resumptionof of dealing'freely-: but it is hoped that no hiirh sense of duty. and imnn will -.n. I lie o1l'ers-- for call. nt 1._;._ W.. ._...,_. _'I1nnu._v.._ _
rights, they will submit no longer to a part of its career will' ever justify the suspicion from becoming frequent- ;system' -morose i 30,000 feet Wbite'Pine Boards *

system of indirect taxatiou, calculated to of its even partial adoption of the infamous medial should be adopted, by sentencing to I 10,000 first quality Bricks
blind the people to the extent and inequality maxim, that II all is fair in politicsThhedomesticcoocenhsofoutrnative *" a reduction of rank and pay, or to a 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef
of their burdens-and they will demand State sion from promotion rather than to 36 do Navy Bread -
for thctrlaboringclass a will be cvefully watched, and the from active suspension 10 bags "
representation fully service, as persons, unfor- prime Coffee., _
canal to that of the laboring: classes of tbe advocated which shall appear best calcula tunately guilty of any misbehaviour need If
other State The required concessions ted for her prosperity safe, and economical most the constant discipline of active KEY WES'fSEGARMANUrACTOR
will ho certainly refused by those by whom government. and when suspended therefrom service -
the Union is regarded but as a bargain esti- While the Evening Post will be devoted left without employment under are ,
mated by a calculation of pecuniary profit to the promulgation of the political faith set temptations and opportunities for injurious greater inrT' II. WALL take; this! opportunity of

and lots, and the Federal bond will be sun- forth in this prospectus, it will not be neg. indulgences.! ;.ng: the public, that 11e has cstabhsJI
dered-and forever. The advocacy af State lectful of the practical details of Commerceand ed A SEDAn
Rights U, therefore, the only faithful advo- 'I'radet"o branches industry which LEVIVOODDURY.. He MAxurACTOKr at KeyJWegt ,
cacy of Union. must he most beneficially affected by the OftI) HK 1VO. imports for Ins purpose, fa very b 3*
With a firm conviction of this important success of its doctrines. Great exertionswill HEAD 10. from Havana '
truth, the Evening Post will contend for be made to perfect the departments QUARTERS OF THE: ARMY. Sesarsofthobgtqua.itytand of every

Liberty-the Constitution-Union." For connected with commercial intelligence, AnJ ''r.LT GENERAL'S OFFICE, description may be had at his establishment,
Liberty first, as the first of national blessings and our merchants and tradesmen shall find Washington May 5th, 1831. KT AM orders in the above line will
; for the Constitution which the readiest attention to all their Living been meet the
secures it wants, and I reported to the Var De earliest attention
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Uni- the wannest gratitude for all their favors. partment, that contrary to the provisions March, 1831.Loggerhead.
on which strengthen it against foreign ag of the act, entitled An act to
TERMS: regu
gression. Without a rigid observance of Daily late trade and intercourse with the
the Union paper per annum. Country Tribes Turtle) Shell
the and
compact must become to
a Uni- paper, three times week preserve peace on the frontiers
a $,. -
on without Liberty, and the uncertain dan- Advertisements inserted approved March the 30th, 1805, rrilE subscribers will rive. air price.
gm>.r of subjugation from abroad is infinitely Charleston.'S, CM Oct,at:\the 1fl.1t.usual rate. eral white persons, with the intention there -5. for 500 Ih.. oC tile above article.

to settle themselves, have entered into the GEORGE E. WEAVER. &. C\.
Icy Welt. June RJ