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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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'. 1"h.#, .....". -.:',0- >'iP:;'., :..;:.i,..' :: l.._-,-_- {.The suntjiist lingered m bur tie+i," .;. '" ti tircd 'to,.dlifl'dv'riggHrlg'! 'I)n\tt r Wcl V'how'wa4"Jedldttlyy:: $ ttod along ? \'
.. 'THE GAZETTE.{ ... '' '< From the burning edge of ocean, ..,., about in U a\vk\var|iiinil; slouching n fashion side of\Wa ,DulcJn1ca| 'JbjutcomxwationrnJii ,.IIS\y.tQ.Kg

,,( -Eb ntj", Y" When. by our bark that bright; one passed. as can well bo'imagtoeOj) Joe JQ9ke J tber e. xto's+ the ntf u1\1"
jBlfaoBlSti With deep distrirttng motion -t. lit Hannah, and Ifanntli, looked at Joe It ,3puit was IKI to say f'.tndoetl he liad"nev
ft. 'B AND I, ftf. STONE, The far down VraorsT iyt ':away,' '
And 'tyiiblisltcd! on'- fevery Wednesday by With nrnrglh1thJsli meaving, .... is pretty certain: tbat the ,little :cdgchogfi er thought of that,; Howcycr ho, lookeTT
And This lilted waves wildly pale, :Cupid ,,hotorrjxlif( of I his uilld at the ;put oQfie), window and asirvit'Dock'of sheep
"TIIliyfAS grew
"' .-'., f'llW"'i'!. ... '....... T.. .- 'The .!dccan's bosom leav Ing. same Instant, for Hannah was struck with, ':.thcrorb nothing ke taking ti. .hhit' ftb'in'th
'' TER.MS -$:). per,"''annum--p:11\blo in Yet bending a,very queer* sensation, \nd.as Tor Joeho': first tiling that otrcnt '. ..
,advance. ', >" *;* :1 *''.fh plaits throbe-Jike passed bur sterns,: felt something which Ilo, ould not describe Are the your fatbei'sshccpr. Hannah1,

Advcrtlscmcrtls inserted. at one dollar It cm per .sqiiare'.for the first insertion'' ; and ti.lu! \, Like an empire'lofert-browingl' "**i.j4o overncra like { I *''''** "" Joo gavfr( a 'hem, ,and tried .to -tliink. bf '

cents for cfcrsucceeding time* ., lUl@e <; 'JUprtom irate* rolled hoar,-and hng6VvTho '.. This'is all 'we happened to know of tho I : bomcthirig
cd.to, ..bo, stopped, , .Jii? :'n\ .. farlhrownlndulanont' .., first: item in tlii .chnptcr accidents. 'fho auclV'ni,'how much wool they'Rave,-"'and. f
-__ '..... I Swelled out .i litho son's last smil 1 ,- ,
-: lingering .? ncxtrtomingrJoolay hh4ft long' whether they wcVo of. tho;By cld kcctjrA$
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I:'.0''r 4IW T" 1\---'...,'\.fI( And fell like.. battling. 'J'j nations that his father l cgan'to grumble! 'and presently but.'he could not.make it Ins P/escil-!) \.
Btaokty .57 t'- his mother camp up stairs.! 1y ho espied mQ,cows---. : '' ', V:',.
Frtm sltxngaziiter FI1 ) OF THE OLD A rjD ;
'Como Joe, said she'gcl;up and go.to : 'A'ro: t'lcso.Y9\1r' cows '
THE .FOJISAKEN. ?TD 'TII&4L'SE ; NEW: :WORLD-1492, ,' planting'your beans. .. !:i Yw.' s : fei

/'f":."',.. '- 'ONE., Y" BT'M,$. SlCOtlHNt + ; "t'canV said Joe, 'I1'm sIck' I How many cows !have you gott' ,.

.i\7t >.... .v arlortA.: t1.tMr; ; 'J1Tttr. p.:, lie conies! he comes!, wj\U)[ his white salts, ''SickV! 's'tho'rmi cr'with:you f...i. 'Twenty.- ; "

r. "' I dare thee to forget nVeJ .to wander where ,spread, t ,P what ails) yej1 1 TVCIIlythal'S! A tarpation Jot or 'emt,
W' tuoutrfflTiy ,*. / .> :. with his banners proudly streaming; .
; ; ? '! dont know wl!atails' mc{ Idoht want to Hero voa i another pause hi \hcfcoiivcrsa*
hand,Upon th've ss4',,1ielm' < r theftabroVhiltf With a haughty brow. j-and aq toy o.of dread, '
\ ? oa Its tell'l 'Doni want ,U> tellk&-a, ,fiddlestick! :Itlbh, aria i t JooTelt moro awkward than vct.
rj' Through, darkened fringes beamiog.> .
"viW.. ; : :. -let usknov'rnt;; it'is' Aa'rorllannal' }'slid did not feel altogether
;i Away- ,: thou'rt'free*. o'erTjandi A*and. .*.*jl' ago' And who is she 'niid 'ilie e Island, shade, >, Joe hid 'his'faco'under' tho' blanVct forsome gttitc'ao: sljceplshi '" ,. : .i <, ,
danger/s brinR
? to ; &% Unshielded ,from wronff or: danger, ,,, r time and at last blubbered.,, our ""Iwant.tpgofthdfecp ,Joe.looked ..outsat alto wintJqw again but.,
Cut oh, thon cans not fly trornfLoJ1ghU. :thy Who hastes from ,the d ept1of her forest : \ ,
curio will.56) -=to- think! v glades' tho Colonel's Hannah :.oquld ,BCC.nothing,( _to, ;itiflk.ot., Ifp iookpil'
.t ''"" "r'i t. I. ; v'" .To welcome the'statclr r .stranger!' ppwnlgocs! the olih.womati knd.teporis pro*0 noses room., and.up>>.. ecedacct ?
Remember me! remember all-my long en.TLatl .. the \ unugmb! >"
cccdinga to IjcV. husband. Wlrolv fe&id old a r
: plc'dLtsclfto'perfidy rtlievu1turo"andtlldoye 'Her glance heeds no'l-tt.'ratbenng- .Bunker; the to'sec.tho I lohcl'n ., three Tcif irel'lor sitsshnd a robkCd-o Cked
In its simple'joy it',bltsse*,: t.' ." r ,I. iP, " ,- 1:: 's' .1 'f' !""' And 'M jt... i>'*rha'rfd. isal, free 'aiM nan -tell htm to como i instantly arid:plantliis squash They would toot pw. j **, tc1i>>rn';;

, Remember? in Uiy utmost need,I,never once a1'ir.F a '1t \. beans.4; Tho- old womart'rnns, back'and- '. Imed"wjtb} Ms Ji rs"1lOlt'19' ;.table. p'd,,
.'; didthtinfc. : S '; (,; > .. T'r Ak. Uitf wealll o1! rcSoa treBlC'.1 tells;tins to Joo..' .., t act uuco\sciousl to,:'whi3t, t\o\ n atayo; oTf;
'' Rut clung- id tbee :.conCdingiyj'i.thy. curse :23u't''tli I ;Btit.Joc was'hart&tp$ work' upon. Hoxvisgranltoji 'TIJtt:(or i and tbobpncs,*"Ibis quavered *
of her sliallturnto dual.;,
goid :
r ..btrIJb.oJJlJo 1 ,, .'t rivers ; !.
I : tit Ere frpotli' toy'iagpoll; | hath faded, ho ) DS:, ,1 qdamjjritjf! tlicfo' Wai.; t.inC Yatifce6.Doodley and finally hjjf
ThcV go\that! \ '\thought! frill render thee a." The deeds:orthat! yisitsntVsavngc \n't tl, \<' no softening him! no moving' him i *Ypii Mound himself humming'a mixture',of>Oldu
.'''' ,'' .. I her ." '.' .' might have'"shouldered OldfownT Hundred .nd.L'ttlql\l ;>
". dastard in-the figlV .''" V" Who thus realm Invaded as easily 'T ; : r'' otoqgh. ( .r rout
, That,thought;when thoimrt, + tempest-tost, I I Yes,' a pitying most U fromItstounitatiim'hs: \ << tue madohim;; ,Atlasthvwasstrucvilan. and. ..*
'.' .'will fill the watb'nft'tlghth.! hf OW many theXMd: WorldV eye shamcf.il weep stbry, ;. start 11 peg. 'I ,'Y9.nt go'ta; planting; beans" it ct\mc- f f'illlte. y t. s
In.somo'jviltrdungeonttiimthou. : lie,{ and,' At the Vc6nrg6'wiicli she iiised'o'er her sis:. J will go' and BColtlio: 'Colonel' Itannah.': i 'Did you.ever sco a'crow t* ',I"I"\! *** /
counting*each' coldIinlc; .. ( '.s ; I ,' .t r';'"*ep .t1t' v. : '. -* !Tliis.was all shp !( of birn,'and j.'y, : { .; '. .,' ',' i e' .'

That. 1 !bit'be nds** "t"fb., theo to..caiityfby!, cun'o- ''" shall...- I' And. the, blood' .that. stained. lier'giory.. ,. ss: paddled:otlanbc( !;; ;'husb'and. .; jUlow,back:they are! aot, they t?. I 'f*4
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no. '
u: v '- 'v I Raally, Mr. Bunker, tN{q'at : gettzSg'Joe "Y ef t. '. :. -f i '*. ; .
90SCtt\ tho ;merry 'banqttethtll,. where;' : /M''"I roir #f rcJi" d'I Xlogtizlne: "' > to mind i f he snys ho wont 'go to plant.' 5. AnpJhe/pause; Jpo> .begonia: wino his 'f -

younger maidens bloom, S.- IPOh' '4\" rP\Ii; : "1 :. |lag.h ins ,nor touch to; and ho wUlgp'andsco forehead"wtth'hiR coat sleeve. KcscnMy'i'tliaiappafitiori '
The,, $ ht,9fime;shall jnako thee there thofll:'& \.oil.carf7"quth: : + : k :. tlicColbnePs'Hannah.' Np\vdole'ttlie ',ofanotlier.idci'daMicdCupi': '" -

endure" "'a deeper gloom1T1 : And oeger.comea again '.. poor boy \' "' wdy'or: tlf&iremcmher -. :pnhlm.' 'I \f'/ 'I'/-T: ;
tt.thoiigl h>U".lurn"ithe .| sti Yecupto; : 'Tis'vision of light, 'of'lire and truth; '
-' *while/ > 1Pii.lHjn1c i, f .1 f t youwas once a young faufrt'yourself.: !lDidyou cyeratro'anowl: ? ',. ,t" I''', > '"
poison "Thbt flits across the brain :
; Tliis'n, the and -,,
tnatterhome 1
Am false 8milei il'r Ap thy cbeekt'tb.f. : .' ;
while > 'f
And love isthe"th'emo that 'dream ; :
,, 'curse';im bct; ],i kf' : Srt gild so warm', so new. .carl/ '' Old Bunker, though %' Vvas no Ibgiciaii i ; nt 'rt!'f. That all our after I nor irnagincd lipw thl) tltiiigcould bo prb: "Yes '
Forget' 'ininsttts mcl'tals6t! t oni--Lope'uc6thertrI! if bo41'- .l '\. fken. V"': Tbal>ariy,dre.tUJ1. : to'rtso"deem. '. j I., ,;Ved In Baralipjon Ferijayet I hq tliougbt'the "f 'Ilannah.-=dfro love'maple shagger'i. ,
: :
1'Jioi' n mott t1ior;tJ. ye. I'gall tbeti pit;! .there.\\f$ dream of .rnaturer ?, reasoning so,pat.to'th purposetliat: -J'guess I do;Joo I'; .' \i' "
year ,
him '
.-s '-riLila" tb'ejrsidct; s I More turbulent;by,far;, C fairlyyieldedVtll, Well \ take 'Next.Mmel.Corno brlnygu,4.g! a
The' tttrs'T'oaeS'to' lov q'will niako tJi 'cow- 'Tis q ,i.ipppt.blP c1.aJid of woman's tears,_ .Dobbin' and go, jut not etuylong', ,gob"' ..: '.
,.:.. >:"'ardcb6scericelhTltnr- "* Forthe theme.of,that dream is war 'But';? said;Joo.pn''jie rjing'. ,iliw/ ,; 1; W Q btgowithoutl'cangograieck JOe'fairly: made a hit in tins'; remark,' for '

J"ie; C'f ..y')) tniLinki! .,. '.ting..tb', ,, r ;And.-we toil in tbeiicld of danger and,dearth, t1d lwontltavqDobb'm" helpuclrtii])Tuj iBwcerabecfrind'l:
,, Ctlrsct'wi1rt: >> ,.,,'"". 'L. .And ehout.in the bale array', ; oft goes tno old 'woman, .once ,completely btok, e1'Icd:}) Retetrllioring

ryrorgatmel: No that shall T.f' toot be.I'n haunt Till we'find" that fairnerij I a ,,'b wdyl,breath. ; .more with this intelligence. ? ," the.advic.0 of the miller,he} plucked: up con-
; That yanjsbcth J away; &- *v r' & '' then} ) ''' and stood bolt ."then
?' it theoln;thy sleep;:", ', : Well _said Old Uunkpr/h. agp iragp : upfigfii| making
In dreamt'tlaol 'It cling: slimy! rocks that i OJil' there is a,dream: of hoary age.Tfs ", ". :ond-rlcthi'intakejOldTJ6)lif) i E... Jk'eidejpng jidgring't f9tA pf-ft; Jutf;$A HiItlp -
overhang the deep; I a vision of gold.in storey? 1Of :;hit I wont rd 'upolf pldj! Bp "* i ictJouil'il'hav I .nearer,''U n nab,' joy )Je",'IJoy' I.| J'cl

Thou'lt shriek for aid!!my feeble arm shall, sums;noted down1on the figured' page,' .. ; : i'osaett'' '"ThcA' tako, j'oasett Hannah lctgohcrwheej (,p.?,,puRonwk.
*"> .' :burl tLeo.r :the brlnk'fr '1 'To'be counted'o'er; arid o'er dut ; ,piiys.his! flu t ier'and' ,makohasto clHercuppn :' ,wardnesa*', and Joo ,{growing;; ,still' /,bolder.mado I
And wq fondly'truat tn. out gUttc
thouwakest'in'wUd? : :
Abd whed disraay, thy : Joe to with ddcrf bpth' ant1'
begap buetle4outL :a s grappleyHfi
( rand paws
: :
'cutto will be-to-think! *AIa..rewge '?, pain, : .
-. ; : / Till our limbs 'are laid on that bast dark bW_ .-' :all, pced,"and.bodi tn_.himself out: to: lila\ ,bestowed upon3rcr a smacking-buss that .. ,
>, :' ,4"' Ifn iICED:ntT Where', wealth ao.r the wort4.is'vsin. ; SWi ay', best. He.woa Ii .ttp ing'bon'longsided 'midofhelcry tvigdoYrenttilts..-lroW long ''

'Tsva -iz iglt=-aurtaiic ',or'a'vessel .1ept ,And is it thus, from man's birth to his grave. fellow jjt would, do you goodto ,it Jastpd never \ywknpwn, ,but. (? Q.I'| V
Out on tlio 5xglq>sy sea; : ..J.-In the path whicbTall are treading* : 'oeobirxi dressed' in !the Hlflbiop :o,1 ,that" '.'mot her.,not .hearing Urn wbep(>rzing" .ba\v-: ,
And a l1.ns t eaCc"5iftie'Waers'kept' ,* Is. there nought that long career to save day, JStr le otus,' nag., ..0 filed; out bel w. 'flI t arfljrou do ,,
And'goldefl' '-aa-heV' From remorse and self-upbraiding .' Joe had |last bestowed a.hearty kick up.. ling fip here with Joe.Bunker?" This fhterruption :- .

The'setting'Iun;''Went staking'slow,: : O yes;there' a"dream'so pure so bright, !ton the:ribs ('f.hw,RozirtanlOi\ ,at letting put gavoiljcm'a Vouao like an else

.,.Beneath the $tejrnalwave; That the being to whom it is given for the'Coloncre, when ,Old, ;B\inker; ,wvlicd -trie!shock. Joe clawed, ;off in la: ,terrible. ,0
Arid tho ocean seemed, a pall tq throw. ,Ilathibathed in-a.sea of Jiving light-' : -;afier fnm, ''Hallobt .Jpejislpp' there!, : nkJng ,it was' tiu i Q.t P cuj t .and rqq.tllannttb .

Over, thc'monarch-grave; .- And, h..tberpfJ.oj,lit\dfearn} jsHeaven., ,come.backngaia--Xou. "a fb gping bt!rear- a, ,* says, hej't must; clear: out, ,hut j

There,was no motion of,the air t :. .. l >SOp'd mill, and yoy shall'lake ja couple, of ::1'11 como again 'next Sunday iiiglii'So

To raise the sieeperVlrecs, there :MlsOEm. ,' : .. .N'EOU. ', $.. ,.fv j ib! .gsof corn'tb, ,to ground 1 ':wlulp you go to (saying< 'ho.mado tlidlbest: ;oi' J his. way oflj
And ndawa 'e-buildtngVriod. were ;Frpm the Boston '. :tbeColunelVf. and bringjt back .with yeti [hardly looking! behind him; ;*:'
oecAn' loveliness Mercury
On ;; ; :: when,you,cotne awav; so you paa'kil, two! '4\Veil I Pearson *
Dut dingledjwitb jUie sky / -I bF have-you'ground my
oeean I r A't A ,:tiAp' ,OF BEAN3, '
'4 j dogs with onpstone.Joo was inclined to Joe arid beans tob.' iij'Bcanswhat "
Wit such,an, equal lute, : ...f'i:1-; ., ', .icoimrr! 'Yes, your
Tbat'vainly strove -wildered eye '< ,-. .r-i 'f.a ;oa.'IOI; ,vIC.ia', 'COUAT Hi t : 'demur to this plan of mixing business,-tiut" ., d'ye' meanf :*What.:da Is "'

To part their gold and_blue r:. !r' "J .1 e.. : '. "There wasa:body.met a bo3y Mating waste tune} argujrig wjth his '(4I I racaoj! ,why wadf.not'one a bagof:;. rn..q4 >
"' "i .Inaiiatch of:beans, 'j! ;- c J> ,ther he assented and off ho ,
Andne'erarippfeof'thesea : ,: Can a bud tell a body- a shambling Io } 'iQthe' a b B'o!beans' ff q it 1'J1q'J.
Game on our steady.gaze, 'Wha a *body incansl" ;bam brpught out: his two; bags and bestowed .yes it was 'Dugs and !p'atiun!
Save wbeD soinVUmoroits flab stole'put. '/ ) tI etA epugly.to trovpe.: Thud fairy Vas 11,':"th n. l'm rulnoo. I 1're"tnai1c&i
:"To!bathe in the -wovenTjlaze Every body irf; tha Qounly pf Ewpx has i accoutred, h, trotteji olFo'tbo .pill; mistake and'took the rang bag.. < I'shag*
: heard.oft Joe Punker, and ;ho.di I '.andcranks '
Vyjien'0outingin; the ligtt'that'playeii' 1 Pcarson care grind gnat, while ,1
my. gersl Fathet'll kill me; 'twas all tlHtbcacs
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by him enacted. In truth l '
lie '
All Orer the resting main,_ : was q I gob o Colonel ShuteW :-j ; ,
we'd forycc.1.-What ibgtli P"L.aJl,
He would sink beneath the wave, and "dart"Tu famousTellow jn fiu day- '11oi d radlis' got
*y ;;, liUde'cp, blue home'agait d. ,bushwhackingmticily i>f breeding that his I courting for so, earlyJJ
while' that namevhaspassed into a prpverb: and .nude In a lerrihle peck-or trouble, J oc Sot up..
Yet( we gazed sunny eve Humph J--who 'the dickens told} you?
him immortal -Joe on Possett With bis now thinking ofHsnnali
'Cl'OIs-tLo twinkling deep, BunkerSi'cliaracer Never mind, Joe pluck! bags,
A form came ploughing olden wave, f now regarded Lyall ,the old I ,crones, and faint heart } .up courage_ and no r'or histinfortunatd 'grist.
And reodingjt holy sleep ; j gossips-in NorUi. East tomcrof.A1uaa 'Thank: never won rairJadl.aid" Ualf way hone he met hb fa'tbcr'apat old
It blushed bright red,while growing on ., setts as tbe beau .ideal of a genuine, unsophisticated ; ye for notlingt' 'Joe 1 Bob r ho was belaboring his sides with might.. ..
Our fixed, half/carflil gate, ; Yankee clodlwpper., ,. shall be bockin an Iwur. Dent let your> and main hoping loget to the mil!} )jn tjooo, ,
-" wandered with its horse eat out of the So off.be"aiatted'
it golden hopper.1
.,lr "crown*, His 'fame" for ten miles round: the country for the Colonel's., to save his beans, for lie. 'bad discovered, .,.

-And: its-robe of sonny rays.It ran, Joe bolted in at tho Colonel's door without Joe's blunder going out,,to platit'OYz'Joc4 "
And all the, old ladies called Luna nucerroan. Joe,you diowderhead ":yoii blundering <-
;seemed'ikcfJDoIen..ite1', thrown knocking; (Indeed it is aiCrm/ed ho never -, 'numskull 1 you've carried; the beans to

T ads tller JnJ3o; |ing'flame;, then' He'was the first mortal in these parts that was known to be guilty of making such mill Land Pvo como pn a canter,ajl the iflytpjsare
And we looked, w, named it a superfluous noise in all his life) 'Ab'I. .
FountfroraWhenbtf all colors came: ever picked his (ceth with a' 'oodcn.hoe.: ; I /rombcing'gipiind.V-'It'si too
!'there Abe.,_!'",,! intuChp('Atrrari with a careless Various'other fashions introduced by''Jifro', I Mrs whereas Shute, too top bf Uic morning to ye- .Utc, dad, for they're all grourid to fcmashp\

*. 'grace, are\ I\ther'iWembrance: of many, ,but it *w HanhahT'Ah ,llow the old man stornW and Yowod
'And thCjbrijItUatredjlhat glows, not our purpose now specify them. The loq Bunker j is t stir ?wheres Joe should pay for them, and bo,,'lo4J at.
TJe.pnrple-'ametbyst-Cbere"had place,.V- story' of his courtship and the bag of beans Hannah V why.sho'a u f a spinning.' tempted to clear himself by4..HW3i, a-
,,And the hues o! a fall.blown rose is not ab comroonit runs thus At this'Joo stumped'oil up stain without Lout finding the bags in tbo .wrt |VACc

4.d th yrtid ffreen, as the son-lit grass It 'was'aonielirnQ tn the month of,April any further Idle palaver. wo. Have*O' time to sttUy tybe. ohi'maulaid ,

Where the ys J SS: bees.2nd L or May, or at.any rate, just at the time of Hannah wheel was-humming right merrily an embargo on Jot".OOWiUng expedition
he1ldesu th L't.-1ik rasaLrouglttbe..tads the.jIanting of beans, that Joe, being at a' -_.wben, Joe entered. $he Uiwted like a *, and spoke to tbo Colonel about keeping -
oCJaactliil Jrnee; Sunday meeting, filled Colonel $Shute' blue;cabbag* upon seeing1 him. 'Uow4Ve 1I1nnab snag I'ire,but Joe tolo a
Tj..i b ,awed hJll'cear-st, that form. mo-:; dauhter 1 Ian bv; J{ east in tlnje 3UnnaV aald Joe and toward march lie .
1'cd' DO ','. ': "" t prayer ; .4k tbYrig.NP'o- *non 14 M B,and strode a fooI.i
t :'- t) .. j make terrible in that the window -tIoud .. ltil&l ... .JB.
.'1'1.M r .t. parPl.u" ye-*: (tliey loot prayers partof lileseltitt .. poW'"! JWa a., ,
AB4.1! 61 'tLUk-nClt. 111 '.. the country) and Joe iraf-haB! ,ing ovpf tod .1Mi17" II-.a W t :rk ''tI'& '
B fur h"U'. ware the pw door _tit ale tlJfe type p{, petattiert t V !' I. t'.,-. .
n" ,
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HP *PT w SchnJ ,.10
f rom ono IU ted 'dollarsper I ,bbls To nit New, 4ibls-Orleans macketcf per,4** *furniture*Bpur j persons coijjjerncU: to bo cited and intimated

It: X to ache! I>1 380 bucket!,&o. by B.H*" hol and :ito: appear:ailho CourtHouse at Key-West,
nculturo f the half. bbl sO&1.Ia 'm said ,District to slits cause,If any theyhave
chart of. tjttee a ,$ It affords us pleasgre,to publish this state- 6 ad4p
y "' i knock completely rtu ,...... ttrh, iy judgment. shou 4 not pass as
IStst .... wa ment,in,as much as it corroborates the opinions J : --- # You arojUiercforo 1 tarcby author
l that ,by Joe's courtship and blunJcr MA UMI1''t. t> prayed.
year of :
the for there were more turnips which \ve have frequently expressed } Sed,cm "'ercd, anL,lrictly: enjoined pe.
}y' of wised than;pulse-a thing not beard the growing: value and importance of,this '.ELIIGEN cm. : .rcmptonly to citcrajruj admonish alb\ persons

the AHof' u'rchasers t one, whatsoever, having pretending to Iwo
of before among tho Bankers Since pil place.I ) .
grimscameWf' Jobgot a wife and sa*. arc residents of" Kcy.Wcsttand therefore .ronT OF JUri'VEST any right,"tiUc- claim or interest in or to

his bacon bat lost his beam.COMMU1UCATEd. the, Raid :I lackerelnFFiga, byall lawful
well qualified,to judge of the value oftheir SINCE'OUR means: and methodvliereby, thisMo>. ,

': ," purchases. These sales have given a new Dec.21. Schr* Hotipur, tfiv
: ,,. ... impulse to business roads' are clearingforests -.* flour and lanLJP F. A.-Browne. ous! to be and appear t the time, ,and place
4 disappearing before the axe of Dec.23. Schr. ". le, Bethell, FloridaReef I aforesaid belbrbtho Judge aforesaid, and
t1AZLTMatrt. are c ,
:. FOR ballast to masters ; ,
Editor It affords me pleasureto ',tho 'husbandman; and there can be little Spanish Schr. Timoiridad, Gooey. Havana also to attend upon every session, and.ses
*.- ', sions to'be liefd,there and from thence until
the P. J. Fontaine. :*<
learn that your correspondent G.,P* agrees doubt, from the quality"of the soil and Dee., fruit 24 Ac.Brig to Tallahassee, New ''Yotkj, a definiUve\gcntencc,! : i?fial!,.be. read andpromuhjed

with.mo in some respects,! I-attribute nature of the climate,that fine gardens and With troops acid stores' f Tampa Day.w
of the ,principles orchards of West India vegetables and fruits 26. Sloop Atelia Anderson. Havana "', 'If"tbem or any of them shall think it their
it rather to the justice will l spnng up around Js'-ia every direction fruit to P.. Ji Fontaine- duty do heart abide by and perform
which I havo advocated than to.any peculiar soon Tickler Woodward, Havana fruit
Troth Sloop '. all and:singular such judicial acts as are
,merit, of my suggestions. ,iself.eviJcnt to master. ballast to' neccs arp. t y'taw'rcquired to be done
$ and requires too great force of t master.Sloop Eden, Braman, Havana, and expedited in the premisesi and {further

argument to establish it. IN TOWN COUNCIL. Sloop Ellen, Fish,from Leewani.Dec. to do and receive what unto law and justice

As G.,P. appears5 tar be itt all tho seciets Saturday, D c. 24, 1831 26. BHgTflisoH,. L ntnerfrroraMo. shall appertain,underthe pain of the' law
bile bound to Matanzas with Lumber. and contempt thereof:the absence or, contumacy -
/ Committee
Strobe/ the appointed -
ho would do an act of Dr. ,from I '
Council think Houseman
of Sarah Isabella
into the of levy- Dec. 27. Sloop of them ,every of them, in.any*
tho to inform them what to inquire expediency Florida Reef, wrecked property from, '
justice to public the following wise notwithstanding: And whatsoeveryou
real estate presented ;
ing a tax Browne.Sloop I
upon Maria to F. A.
members of Council have not read the Act report: Ship Florida, Packer,Havana,ballast I shall'do,in the premises,you shall duly

i incorporating the Town,of Key West, as "Your Committee appointed to take into i certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the

well as those who hate read it-it will at consideration the expediency of levyinga master.Sloop John Denis; "Western,.St. Juan I timo and place'' aforesaid; together with

of the honestyof tax upon real estate, beg leave respectfril-} de los Remedios, fruit to 0.O'IIara.CLEARED. these presents... ,
enable them to judge '
least Witness the lIon.JAkfes Wiiun Judge of
satisfied ,
that whilst they are fully -
ly report,
It is evident that they :
their Legwlatora-; said for said this 20th
of he.,propriety of every class in the Dec. 21. Sloop Oliver Davies, Throg- our Court District
must all have been ignorant' : of that important community'bearing equal burthen of the motion, St. Augustine P. C. Greene. day of December, 1831

documentor if they were not, some expence of the Corporation, they are compelled Sloop Azelia, Anderson, Havana, by P.
of; them must intentipnatiy have imposedtaxes ,to report the measure inexpedient, J. Fontaine. '. -
knew to be illegal!-and because not sanctioned by laws By the Dec. 23. Sloop Capitol,Walker,Charles*: THEREFORE know ye, to all wh"om It
which they the Town of'Key West, ton, by Jf. A. Browne. that in of the
incorporating may concern! pursuance a-
interests rather Dec. !24. Schr. Hotspur,New Orleans,
had an eye ,to their own ; the subjects of taxation from which a revenue master. I bore: Monition from under the.seal of the

than, those of the p blid., 'For mY'own part, may be derived, are restricted to the by Dec. 26. Sloop Tieklei, Woodward, Havana. District Court of the Ul\?ted Stales of

I am disposed to think that G, P.has done ,following: "Retailers of Spirituous Liquors Sloop Eden, Braman, do. Schr. America, for the Southern District or

injustice to some of the,,present, Council, and Groceries, Keepers: of Billiard Thistle, Bethell, Florida Keef. Florida, to, me directed and delivered, I
were not membcts of Tables, Itinerant Hawkers, Pedlars or tra- Dec. 27. Sloop Florida, Packer, do. do hereby give public 'police toall persons -*
inasmuch as they ders;and a Poll Tax not exceeding $i on Brig Tallahassee, Tampa Bay and Saint in any manner interested,therein, that
that body when tho offensive laws were each poll. It is therefore evident that Marks. they be and appear before the Court to bo
passed? and moreover, as it was finally Council docs not possess power to lay any Schr. Sarah Isabella, for St. Marks, hoden in and for the said District at the

through their, instrumentality it tax not specified in their Act of Jncorpo- lion. James Webb, W. R. Hackley Rich Court House in Key West, on the fifteenth

was discovered that Council had no right :.ration. ard Fitzpatrick, D. Pinkham,Esqrs.and day of February, 1832, -at ten o'clock in
liable "Your Committee also deem it their du- Mr. Giraldo, of Key West; and George the forenoon of that day; then and thereto
to levy such taxes. All men are to ty to state that sundry taxes which have already Walker, Esq. U. S. Attorney West Florida.WILL I interpose their claims for 'the same,and

err;, but I think it shows a great wtintof ingenuousness been levied and collected' ate illegal I '- to make their allegations in support thereof.

for any man to endeavor to and unjust.:* L. 1\I. STONE,

shoulderhis, own faults upon his neighbor. The Report of the Committee'oeing read, f Pa'oposi4 ; v. S ,Marshall's. District.
motion of Mr. *
it was adopted and, on "
I have done Messrs. Editors-.and as it ; I i "'
Weaver it be received by the subscribers "
does not depend either upon G. P or my- Resolved, That the Committee of Fi- the first day of February next, .', or'I'm: '

self to determine who shall be members of I nance be instructed to, inquire as to the amount for building a Stone Jail in the town of Key UNIVERSAL MARINE _TELEGRAPH..
West with a Brick Cistern attached thereto -
Council, I leave the matter with the public, of money collected from taxes jot -
,in accordance with an Act of the Legis-
Observation '
under a full conviction that they have suffi- authorised by the Act of Incorporation, lature of Florida passed the last session. A REPORT' of the Committee whom
of the Boston Marine Society to
and apportion the funds now In the handsof plan of the proposed building be seen I
know their interests may Marine
cient disernment to own the system of Signals.or TelegraphicFlags
the Treasurer towards the refunding of by applying to either of the undersigned.
was referred, having carefully examincd -
and independence to maintain them. such taxes to the who have paid L. M. STONE,
persons the Signals, and experienced their utility -
.. ,, A TAXABLE CITIZEN. them, in the proper ratio. W. A. WHITEHEAD, at sea, recommend the same,to nautical
I : __ Mr. Whitehead stated to the Board, that Colhmin oOera. Brethren as befog more 'extensive and easier -
r GAZETTE.KEY when it was contemplated to establish a Military Key-West, Dec. SI; 1831. 17 tf.. distinguished than any Signals they
THE Post upon the Island, the proprietors have ever seen in use in this country, and

WEST .had\ been spoken to and permission given Bletittion! feet confident that every ofre who will give
them a fair trial,Vill be convinced that
jjpltfie Commanding Officer to locate\V ere. ,
. .. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 28, 1831. ever ho thought proper, excepting within PUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that an tions.they are very useful and valuable inven-
will be held on the first Mon-
certain specified limits; that the location The Committeebavirtgahocxamined tMmetbod
By the politeness of Capt. Swyler, of had been made, and the site of the buildings day in Town February Council, 1832 Chamber,at the room in the now Townof usedas of using the Signals this Harbor,

Schr. Corine, from New York, we have included some parts of three streets at a Key West for the choice of a Coroner are fully satisfied that any information that

been favored with tho,Courier and EnquirerOf : tho N. E. end of the town; and' as it was Sheriff and Clerk of the County ,Court, in, may be required, may be. communicated, if
the 7th December containing tho Presi thought probable a sale of the property and for the County of Monroe: Territory of received from any vessel (using the Signals
would shortly be'made to the Governmentin Florida. The polls to be open from nine approaching the Light-House, with the
dent's Message. We regret that it is not order that no difficulty might arise, ho o'clock A. M. until four P. M. And the greatest ease, correctness and despatchand
in our power to give it at full length in our would present for the consideration of the following persons arc appoited Judges of said that their merits need only to be fully
known,.to be duly appreciated.
election William II. Shaw, Thomas Gibson .
Council resolution in relation thereto
We shall, however, endeavor to a :
paper George E. Weaver.D. SAMUEL HOLLAND,
give a summary of it in our next. It is Reolt't'd.3'hat;. whenever the proprietors C. PINKHAM, President of.the Committee of the
which the Barracks
of the land on S.
Justice M. C.
President Jackson's best and the Presiding BostonJMarine
about to be erected effect a sale of
K -'V'estt Dec JO! 17 tfUBLEQTION. -
. 1 Iffil. -
,whole, we think one of tho least exceptionable such land to the Government, they be permitted THOMAS ENGLISH Secy.To .

that we have ever read to dispose! of so much of tho streets j -

... bordering,on said premises as may be included Election for seven persons as Mem Shipmasters and Owners of Vcss&te
A meeting of the citizens of this place in the location on the same terms with AN of 'the Town 'Council of Key- The extensive' adoption of the Marine

was held on Tuesday evening, 27th December ,- tho other portions of the!ground; Provided. West;-will beheld on the first Monday in Telegraphic Flags, by Vessels of all descriptions -
That the amount received for such portionsof January 1832, at the Council Chamber in throughout the Union,bas render*
1831. Col. L.M.. Stone was call- the Town of Key West, between the hours
streets be paid over to the Treasurer of ed it expedient to establish Agencies various
ed to the Chair, and George E. Weaver ap- the Corporation.The of ten Aj.M. and 4 P. M. The following! Seaports, where Registry Offices arc

pointed Secretary, Dr.'Strobe), as ,Chair resolution was Seconded by Mr. ,persons Electron,are:-Dr.appointed B. B. Strobel Judges',of Col.the L said M. kept for the purpose of entering Vessels

man of a Committee from the Town Coun- Weaver and passed.On Stone and P. J. Fontaine.D. and furnishing sets of Flags, Signal Books,

cil, stated 'the objects of the meeting and motion of Dr. Strobel, it was C. PINKHAM, and Ship designating Masters on numbers.their return,from Sea'.are

submitted memorial behalf of'the Resolved, That a committee be appointed President T. C. requested to send their Signal Books to either -
a on
draft memorial tho West t :I \831. 16 tf.
to to Legislature, Key. ec. of the undermentioned Agents,to have
Committee,soliciting the Legislative Council petitioning for an extension of the power in inserted therein all the new entries of designating
of the Territory! of, Florida to amend the levying taxes by the Corporation; and The ,United States of Ame j numbers which may have occurred,

the Act incorporating the Town of Key that a Public Meeting be called on Monday rica. during their absence, and porticularly
West. The Memorial evening next in order that the said Me- desired to chew their designating number
was adopted whenit
; morial may receive the approval of the Ci- SOUTHERN: JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF when entering or departing from the Port
was, on motion, resolved, that the Memorial tizens. of Portland, Boston, New"York, Baltimore

: bo handed to our Representative requesting Resolved That the Committeebe FLORIDA,ss. Charleston and Sand Key. Dy conforming
further, To the .Marshal of the Superior Court of to this particular, their Vessels will be re-
him to draft a law embracing tho authorised to embody in their Memoriala tho
ported by Telegraph-
objects of the Memorial,and to, use his exertions request that the N. E. boundary of tho said District, Greeting: AGENTS. <".

to have it passed.<< Town may be differently defined from whatit IIEREAS War.R. ILxcKtEr,Esq. ; LEM.TJKLMOODT: 'ffObservatory
is at present. 'V V has exhibited his libel for and on Fortlai%

Los-,. The committee appointed were Messrs, behalf of William Bethell, Esq. Master of JOHN R. PARKKR'. .'
At various sales of real which the Sloop Volunteer Observatory, Boston.
property Strobel, Whitehead, Browne and \Vea\er. stating, alleging and
have taken place jrl this Town within tho The Council then adjoutned.S. propounding, that he discovered adrift and JOHN GREEK;' ;
at the New-York.
Telegraph Battery
last fortnight Lots amounting in value to R. MALLARY, abandoned on the high seas,in tho vicinityof THOMAS rT tr..sort,
Duck Key, on the coast of Florida, a ," **
upwards of $12,000 were disposed of: A pro tern. quantity of Goods, Stores and Merchan- 'ViMxsM.Exchange ELFORD; Baltimore,

water-lot fronting ,on the harbor, 88 feet : ----"" dize. That with great difficulty and la- Charleston

front, at the coIner of Front and Simontoif COJM3UERCIAJL bour ho succeeded in saving and carrying ." .THOMAS EASTIN
to a place of safety, twenty.five whole and Key WeUOiT .
I ,
streets, was sold for $2; 00; another lot,
COMMERCE OF KEY WEST. forty.two half barrels of Mackerel, and one I -
with water-front wooden
a of 76 feet and two -
hundred and fifteen drums of Figs: And THOSE who feel disposed
buildings attached, brought the sum of EXPORTS. inasmuch as he has been the only means of to contribute towards the erection Df *

$5,000; twp acresxof ground divided into To Charleston, per Sloop Capitol, Walk saving the same from destruction, bo prays CHURCH upon the.Island, are informedthat
er,2hhdsmoUsse F. A. Browne 18
12 lots for building, about one thousandfeet do by B. D. Hertot; Sit bbls mackerel; by that such a proportion may be deem to Subscriptions wjll be rece yed-bf'tbe

from the business part of the Town P, C. Greene; 16 half bbls mackerel, 65 him, by way of Salvage, as his services following gentlemen composing the Committee
have appointed for that
sold for about $lt! O; and various other ''Tifl drums&figs Co.,;one 1 bale box dry merchandize goods; 15 tacks by A.salt C, And merited.whereas the Judge of said Court lion. JAMS WEBB, D.purpose C. PISKUAM: .-'

Jots, half a mile from tho harbor, brought petrs by P. C. Greene, for said District bath ordered and direct- I A.. S.WHITEHEAP YVATEanoutt, L. M.and STOKE B. B., 8 Esqrs.rnofL Drill. +

")\'.. j, i' ,
-.., ,;-. .:J.' ,1 4 .
1f- ,*- -. ww ft. tie rbc Afi r ng ,tith n .

NEW ADVERTI. E.1I TS;' ..... \ ",twhc_ flee L fbf2 1 rind loy b, r 'Veet, any forei P1sScng; r \VIi. oclandestinely 4!'\.'t .: .
,. cat N1'.E f'WS"V : ,:R dc rt front, any. ,IlR ,9.tmJllo 8: JJJ mpo.q -
p' '
ImNIn"..) jiE1CQIB t < t" *i; :'.
4 ?Y __ $'7.?Al1 vessels?iaMvto hay'pilot* plat and who shall not,possess passpotf : :Up} -a said r'
Iv I414 COMMISSIONBusincss
intrusted tdx himVf Office 'and Store same as ycsscls cnteringTbut if said vessel to depart' from thence,-and pcif \' Ordinance shall remained 'full force, ,
Rooms in the WarehoUseitof FIELDING fshnll choose kdcpartwithbut' ,a Pilot, they milting him Iff land without permission first : until expressly: repealed by the CotincSl. ;*:
A* BROWNE Esq."lift $*e "tf'* r shall be subject but half pilotage. obtained from the Town Council, shall I: ,'. "
Jat'Wept, Ii1ov., 16f.l831iV..., ; .ll.' tf f|t Sec. ,8. Ail vessels except wrecking vcs forfeit and pay for each passenger so land 1"\ .k,.ORDINANcE-No. 11. 6'.'
bIIANiDL1.ItATTOMEY \11' .,! sets} smacks and vessels under charge of ed, tho sum of fifty dollars. Constituting a Committee of Hnancf.Be "
'**' EDWARD : wreckers, entering or leaving this Port Sec 6. Be it /VrttJr ordained, That ,
it :ordained the President and
OF THE'PKITgt :STATES,.BOtlTltEnK :- !through tho NorthWest passage,and drawing any foreign passenger landing, within the Members by
the tern Council
tiiTRICTi i1'FLORIDA. four feet shall of of Key
Water, hr over, pay two Town of Key Nests without 'permissionfirst
Court House Wast pril20:1831.: West That from and after- tho of
Key dollars per foot to'anPilot tendering'1Jisscrvices obtained. from the Town Council passing
A, C. TIFT & COo ; but if said vessel docs not receive or without having >thd necessary this Ordinance,two the Members of.tho Board,
be President
to designated by IVom timo
said Pilot, half pilotage only shall be paid Or other tyidenco of his allowed
received from:) New 'York, pet } passport being to time ehall! constitute a Committee of
HAVE Stbnington, an extensive if a Pilot docs not tender his service out freely depart from the port! whence Finance.

assortment of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, side the bar of tho said Nortb>West pas- ho came, (if any is usually granted at such Sec. Be it ordained That
Groceries, Liquors, &c. &c. consisting in sage, then lid shall not Claim pilotage or place,)shall he liable to enter into bonds in it shall be 2. the farther of the said Committee, \
part, of tie following articles: ". half pilotage. ; the sum of $1,000 with good security to duty
to examine and audit all bills
LIQUORS: GROCERIES I Sec. 9. Whfch two or more Pilots shall be approved of by 'the President of the or
Holland Gib, New Orleans'SI'gar.Jamaica tender their services to any vessel, the first Council, or a Justice of the Peace, to'depart presented against the Council; to examine
Rum St Cioix, do tho accounts of Treasurer and Marshal
alongside shall he and if refused from the Island within such time ,
Loaf & dd, as
N. England do Lump and make the
reports quarterly as to stato
the said Pilot shall be entitled received bo deemed reasonable failurebe
Country Gin Young Hyson Tea' may or on of the Finances.
Cherry Brandy Coffee, 'Tobacco half pilotage. committed to jail, D. C. PINKHAM
Madeira Wine Raisins,, Chocolate Sec. 10. When a Pilot-shall discovertwo Sec. 6. Be it further''ordained That PrcscTt ,
T. C.
Ten ritre *' do Soap,'Segars or more vessels, it shall be his duty to the several fines and penalties herein enacted -
Malaga.do Sperm; TalloW and visit that which is nearest,unless a signal of may bo recovered before the President ,
Port do. Baberry Candles distress bo +exhibited on one more remote: of the Town Councilor any Justice .. Clerk..

Peppermint Claret doPowder Cordial, Pilot Dread and,Shot Crac- I and any Pilot falling to comply with this of the Pcaco.ORDENANZA. 1*. C. (GREENE

Raapberry do ken. Flour, Fulton ; provision shall forfeit his Branch. Continues to transact General Agency
Market Beef. Sec. 11. Any Pilot charged before the .No. 9. Business.

DRY GOODS. Town Council,of incapacity or negligence, Arreglando, la, introduction, de PasagerosEstrangeros Goods taken on Storage &c.
shall, upon conviction, be deprived of his O::P Ho will always be happy to receive
Superfine Black Cloth, do Olive do. Linen I en el Pueblo de Cayo
Silk Irish Brandn and execute all orders in his line of Dual
Cotton do Sewing ,
Sbirts, Hueso
Sec. 12. All fines and
Assorted Prints Belt Rib- penalties imposed ness.
Linen, Muslins, ,
bons,Calicoes,Lace,Shawls, Gauze. Ruffs, by this Ordinance shall be recovered be- Por cuanto, Varies crimmalcs, delin- Key West, 28th March, 1831.
Cravats, Gloves fore tho President of tho Town Council;allowing cuentes contra las leyes del pais do don de
&c.ALSO to the parties, in all instances, an vinieron, han lido introducidos en veto THE SUBSCRIBERS

appeal to the Council. Puerto, proccdentcs do otros estrangcros, HAVING taken tho Store recently oc-
An Extensive ofREA.DY.UADE Assortment I Sec. 13. When a Pilot shall go on board y como la continuation do semejantes en- by Porter & Stanard, in the
ofa vessel, he shall exhibit his Branch, and tradas pucdcn ser atcndidas como do inju- North East end of F. A. Browne' Ware

: &.CLOTHING, shall also furnish the Master or Commander riosas consecucncias para la comunidad, I House offer for assortment sale on accommodating of ;

of said vessel with a copy of this Ordinance. a mcnoa quo mcdidas no scan tomadas pa. DRY GOODS,
CUTLERY &c. &c.
jcmcdiarlas: GROCERIES' and
& Sec 14. Tho following rates of Pilot- Portanto se ordena por cl Prcsidentc y SHIP CHANDLERY. '

ALSOA tage are allowed : Miembros del Cabildo, Quo dcsdo cl pn- GEORGE E. WEAVER: & CO. l*

.On a vessel drawing 6 foot,. $7 00 mero del roes dp Novicmbro proximo, en Key Wes April 20, 1831
6 t 900 adelanto cl Capitan de cualquier a Buquo
Variety of other Articles, too numerousto u 7 1000 entrando de algun Puerto o lugar estrangero DR. B. B. 5TKOBEI. .

be inserted. tf 8 IC 1200 a el de Cayo,lIueso, ha do manifcstar continue to Practice his Pro *
West Ndv.2, Ie)1. 9
Key 9 U'* 1350 al Escribiente del Cabildo el numero do pa- STILL n in all its Various Brand.-,

ARTRILL & M'DONALD, 10 ". 1500 sagcros, no ciudadanos de los Estados U-. lie also! keeps on' hand, a constant and
snn CAIIPENTEHS, '< 11 *f\ 1660- nidos,ni vecinoa del Pueblo de Cayo Hue fresh supply of Genuine

inform their friends cc 12 "' ,* '1800 so; .y ha des 8gar al Tesorcro por cada pa Drugs and Medicines.All .

RESPECTFULLY in general, that c. 13 1950 sagero Un Peso. orders! will meet punctual attention.
they will undertake to repair upon the shor- 11 14 <. 2300 Sec. 2 El Capitan de cualquier a Buque Key \Vf'st,28th1\laroh! .
test notice, Ships, Small Vessels, or Boats. .' 15" 2700 faltando a manifcstar dentro de 24 horas des
Application maybe made at the' Store of 16 "u 3200 pues do la entrada de dicho Buque. ha do NOTICE.r
P. J. Fontaine. 17 ,i r 3600 ser multado y pagara ademas do la suma citizen who
Key West. Nov. 23, 1831. dicha cada Cinco ANY may apprehend a DE-
ante .
'_ fC 18 u 4000 por pasagero pesos.Sec. from the U. States Troop.,
J. J. MITCHELL 'e ,19" 4500 3, Ningun pasagero cslrangero de and deliver him ,over to an Officer of the.
", 20'c. 5000 algun Buque ha tto ser permitido dcscm- Army will be paid the sum of FIFTEEN
NFORMS the public that he has loca- u 21 5500 barcar en el Puerto do Cayo Hueso,amcnos DOLLARS for each Deserter thus secured.J. .
ted himself in this Town for'the pur- 22" 6000 quo no haiga publicamento y librcmente M. GLASSELL,
-pose of carrying on his trade as SAIL-MA u 23" -6500 salido del lugar do su proccdencia, j tienoen Major Commanding.-
KER 'RIGGER,in all its various branches. 24" 7000 su poder pasapofto
lIe occupies a Loft in the Shop of Sec. 15. When a Pilot shall be detained cual como los que BO conceden en cl Puertode OFFICE OF 'TilE

Mr. Atkins. on board any vessel after she has arrived '. su proccdoncia purmitiendolo( su salida. BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE,
Iey-\VcstNov. 9, 1831. 10 tf in the harbour, at the request of < Master or Commander of said vessel, said traiga dentro del Puerto de Cayo Hucsp al Association of Underwriters, Liverpool,
ORDINANCESOf Pilot shall be entitled to demand and receive gun pasagero que hayga salido clandestina NO. 3, FR0? T-8TRL'Er.
Three Dollars for every such day. mento de algun lugar y que no poses pasa- Office hours from 0 A. yr. to 3 o'clock I'. M.
the Town Council pass. Sec. 16. Any Pilot applying for a porte o"btro testimonio de babersido permi tf Key.West,20th April, 1831.
Branch shall at the time he obtains the' tido su salida y permiticndolo dcscmbarcar
ed Oct. 15 ,
sin obtenido del Cabildo ,
1.ORDINANCENO 1. same, pay into the hands of the Treasurer i perrniso pnmero ,'
1 TEN DOLLARS,also one Dollar to the Clerk ha do ser multado y pagara por cada pasa AND COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.A .
8. for issuing the same. gore ass desembarcardo Cincuenta Pesos 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 the Arts.

Be it ordained by the Council of the Ordinances, militating against this Ordinance gero desembarcando dentro del Puerto do BY ,SIMMS & DURYEA.
Town of Key West, That when any person arc hereby repealed.ORDINANCErNo.. Cayo Hueso,sin perrniso primero obtenido THE CITY GAZETTE is one of tho
shall be desirous of having the situation I del Cabildo o sin tenor el pasaporte ncccs- oldest existing Journal in the U States.

Branch Pilot of this Port,he shall presentto 9. I sario: otro testimonio de hater sid!? permi Under many proprietorsits have course Americanand with few
: exceptions, always been
tido astir libremcnto del Puerto do
the Council a written petition whereupon su pro
; Regulating the introduction tf Foreignersinto popular Of late yearn, from neglect
it shall be the duty of the Council to appoint I ccdencia (si cs costurabrcen tal lugar)ha de,. mom than any other cause,its influence and
the Town West.
a committee of three competent per- of Key ser sujeto a entrar en obligacion en la suma patronage had, .isiblydeclined. Within the
sons to make enquiry into the qualification- WHEREAS: several criminals, offenders against de$1000 con buena fianza quo eats approbado last year however, the present proprietors,
and fitness 6f the persons applying, and res the laws of the country whence por el Prcsidcnte del Cabildo o un jucz having entered upon a course of policy,
port thereon at the next succeeding meeting they came, have lately arrived at Key do paz para que salga de la Ysla: ,dentro del more consistent with the politics of the
of the board, when the prayer of the West from Foreign Ports, and as a con- tiempu como sera considerado, razonablo o South, and baring made numerous additionsto of
tinuance of such arrivals will be attended faltando conducido la carcelSee. the mechanical improvements their
petitioner shall be acted on; all Pilots appointed en sera a establishment by fitting it out in a new and
shall, previous to receiving their by many injurious consequence to 6. Que las multas aqua.ordanadas, handsome type, and ona: larger sheet and
Branch, give bond with good and sufficient tho community, unless means be takento pueden ser cobradas pot el Presidents del better description of paper than heretofore;
security for die faithful performance of their prevent them: Cabildo o por un j uez do paz. lay claim to, and have been favored with a
duty.- Be it therefore ordained, by the President -- large and proportional increase of patronage -
and Members of the Town Council 'ORDINANCE 10.' including new subscriptions aud genu-
Sec. 2. All Pilots holding a Branch, West That from and after ral advertising. Within the last year, their
of Key Cholerainto
shall have and Boat sufficiently large For preventing introduction of '
use a
the first of November next the Master list of patrons has been swollen by 'an accession -
day ,
to enable them to proceed over the Reef and I the Town ofr Key West. of more than Three Hundred Citizens
render the aid of Pilotage to any vessel requiring of any vessel arriving from a foreign portor I WHEREAS certain disease known by tho ( to which new names are with little
place, at the port of Key West, shall a almost added. The
the same exception, daily proprietors -
make a report to the Clerk of the Town name of INDIAN CHOLERA, at present order the better to merit'that en-
Sec. 3, That all vessels drawing over 5 Council, of the number of passengers on 'prevailing in tho Northern parts of couragement, bf which, it'is equally their
\ feet of water entering this Port, except fishIng board, not citizens of the United States, Europe,of tho roost fatal character; !andas pride and to acknowledge so much
smacks, wrecking vessels and vessels nor residents of Ihe Town of Key West; such disease may bo introduced into hat been recelve1, from their friends and
tinder charge -wreckers, shall pay the and shall pay to the Treasurer one dollar our.own ports by vessels trading with fellow ciliiens-bave established in connection
rates of Pilotage herein after specified. for aforesaid. that quarter of tho. Globe i with their office of business, a spacious
every passenger
,: ec. 4. If IL Pilot does not board or offer: Sec. i;Be it further ordained That Be it therefore ordained, by the President Journals Reading find Room their, in which and, the are chief carefullyfiled Public

his services to a vessel liable to take a Pilot the Master of any vessel failing or neglect- and Members of the Town Councilf from all the States way in our Union.-
until said vessel 'arrives within 4 miles of ing to make such report within 24 hours # Key West, That all vessels arriving" Tbis'room is free with all its facilities,without -
the Light-House on Key West,said,Pilot, after the arrival of said vessel, shall forfeit from ports or places, where the said disease charge, to all patron of the Gazette;
so boarding or offering his services,shall'be and pay the sum of five dollars, in addi- exists, shall ho taken by ,the Pilots of the A regular weekly Prices Current, in letterform
entitled to only half pilotage} and if said. tion to the sum, aforesaid required for each port, without their going on board, to the and upon a fine paper suitable
Pilot docs not board said vessel 'till the passenger. Quarantine Ground, northward and west or correspondence, carefully collected,
Light-House on Key West is distant not Sec. 3. Be it further ordained Thatno ward of Fleming's Key;- there to remain with the most correct estimate and of the true
condition of the markets, the
more than two miles, and then bears E.N foreign -passenger: from any ship or vessel under the direction of the President of the most advantageous terms to all put that upon cojnq
E.no pilotage shall be claimed. shall be permitted to land within the Council and Health Officer of tho port. under this class,is also issued from the office

Sec. S. All vessels drawing' five feel port.or harbour of Key West, unless be Soc, 2. Be it 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 bo thought necessary'by the where the earliest information may be had,
,refusing to receive'a pilot outside of the place whence lie came, and have in his said Health Officer, that such vessel or vessels i. free alike to patrons strangers In tie cl.
the Reef,.when a Pilot shall tender lib services possession a passport, or such other papersas should perform quarantine, 'no inter ty, and masters of vessel trading to this
shall be /liable to pay full pilotage; are usually granted at the port whencehe course whatever shall be held with the port. additions To these improvements, they make

but if inside of the Reef ¬ within two came, permitting him to depart there Town or Island of Key West,'but by per. daily man of leisure ,and affording business"facilities, alike the
miles of the Light-House on Key'West,the from. mission, and under the direction of the unknownBIMMH & nu RYEA.hitherto
aaidUgbt bearing E N. E. the gold vessel See 4. Be .it further ordained, That President and Health Officer; and all persons No 3 Broad street Cb&taton. '
shall pay,half pilotage. the Master of any ship or'vessel, who shall whp' *haj I hold any intercourse with 0

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In it Mc w11 tSvfton. o t1
c' 1illtr !fictf\s. i9'vitalty imould f ..It1IlV'D.t t\n. .1 91\Jmff; ian 1d': CI .by the United

rttnt that l1le be sustained ., )wj 1 (' Of)1'd?' ncln/W! / >n.cera, bf the several \
Cito'' which alone can compel 4strictconstruction posts on'tub Cron\ e"Fs are enjoined 10
Char Gtan ,
iltent in SillReprcscntaUons'hMcJbecnWdelj. _t. '
tIE establs Charter. )- '" I' "}
of ihe That powerresideer.witheach is. "see that tbo.provisionswofvtjie. act ftbo\c a! .
devoted la the
NewlJJapef, :
Stale t"0 StateigM
: Its be relation to the
Sovereignty to ctiforfcd'in
Slwpport of their principles: ; lias been deem ) of sovereign-interposition to arrest Department by some .of our Cjpnjul tld I|'mdyalof judcd the siidLunlawfiil settlers tukin-re-
'"fed expedient by the TATE RIGHTS an ,: IhA usurpation Federal agents the (existence persons I i ftjrlhcir guidffilrtfiejcxc.ctitioii.. of the saiii
FREE TRADE PA'tttV. States merchant vessels have beendischarjfired : *
EVENING of this right' as the conservative "duty,',tLe a(:naTbovpireferred,lo,
TUB commanders
of this determldationr their ,
in foreign by
'principle of our Constitution is no new doctrine v' jjcrqf'-ArlEx'Als-D.Kn MACOJIB
POST will b commenced Daily Evenhig the provisions of ,
as a
is co-eval .Federal polity, without eonlpJingVltla rMaj
r it witlijpur : Geu Commanding tile Army;
,Journal soon a..tho requisite office of of the 2i31h of Fcbhia *
,so the act
:and toms asserted by its fuundertiand'- Congress .. 11. :
arrangements becompleted.. ositors. This is 1C03. Your attcution is, therefore, 'un)' \t" "'" JONKS.Grn.
temporary cij+ principle:; ry 'tJ-U: .... .
tenets to winch the Etclung with "., ;
,Tho, political !the characteristic[ feature proudly distinguislii'ng specially lIed otflJI.IIIbJcct! a request -'-
Post' will i\l. bd dcvoltfd, ate' familiar. otiraFfrom\ 'othci'."ubtics, not Federal that' increased Higiance] may: bo ex- SAINT."JNCI:N'I'.

to this community;,J hale been so long the fr-'Uieitefemetlts. In the latter, a erted to prevent futuro infractions of the By his Excellency the Might HonouraLl'

prominent subject of. discussion, and by.triuii'pliantly the' :Constitution Is,'in'fadti, bya symbol of public law;, and tt'is expected that, you will require Sir George Fitzgerald! Hill} Baronet ,
-and have been so 'often evidence that there II g
press varies with satisfactory
opinion i! construe'd by and' \ ,
; Govcrnor-in-CliicC
vindicated by the first minds in our I the changing\wilt of a majority; while in been strict compliancee.with. the'requJsi-;' Captain Gcncrali&
fttatc. ahd in the Federal councils, that it guardian it lions ot the foregoing act in'each case, before in and of Stj Vincent,
is deemed'unnecessary to promulgate" more, as our;; Republic permanent rule of action.power preserves the bond of the master, required by,1 Bcquia, and such of the Islands: coin-

than: the following expositions hichisoffercd 'The a formal ;'re dgnitio .otsuch a right the first section. thereof, be allowed Ho'.be', *.'*.tnonly called! the Grnnadine s, and those
in lien of a more detailed political! cried' on'the face of' the Charter would have been cancelled.I al:th"Q'Northward of Carri cot1. in Amc-
the dictate .
Free Tro.dtUl be Advocated as 'privielegeo sup irfliioris;in as much'D.91t'rcsntted neces- am,,,respectfully, 'rica;;Chancellor.! Ordinary and ViceAdmiralcf .
of enlightened policy
an as&t the fdrniation of between Your obedient servant, '
front a compact
sarily ( &c. & &c.
: ,
julltice"requires ; 5amc, (
(the peoplewhich' impartial. Independent sovereigns having no S; P. ItfGHAM, ,
froni.tho rulers of every country--" common umpire. Asa feature of our polit- Secretary of the Treasury, P1tOt! MATION.k'TW11LR1AS .
and aid right, which,incurs, is guaranteedby not To tllc Collector of the Customs. from
the Constitution. The framers of that ical system, it is oCcoiJrS a political, a ( ; the con eql](>:;
venerated instrument withheld 'from the revolutionary.ri bt. Formed for the protec- Circular toCollectors of the Customs. i CPoS of the,dreadful Iiunicano Avillivliicli
tion of a minority from the usurpations of >EPARTl : r, >
TRIASUIlr.J this IsJa and its
l Federal agents the to protect manu- < dependencies were visited -
tile Federal authorities themselves! and May 14, 1831. f
fa.ctures.by restrictive duties ; it has been i on Thu'rsdaymorning> ,the llth instd:,tit /
from'the' of exercised been ascertained that the
usurpation a majority SIR: : It has depreciated -
usurped. by a perversion of tho revenue through subserviency of those authorities currencies otrfoneigrfcountries ises.se l l .nccessary for? f cirIC1iCto: l

. powers ank( its exercise sectional, involving sectional the Constitution itself needed a protection. have been variously' estimated at the differ jjncoiuagb the importation{ of''th&.onlyyarticleof
for ,
oppression n sectional exasperation Reliance for protection surelf wa not rent Custom Houses of the United States, food whicJi(;bears a duty, namely,
has, necessarily..,endangers! the per mancnc y placed in cither of the parties against whomit owing,-partly, to defective information-ad' Flour; nnd pf# such. materials.as, arc rcj j

of the Union. It is impossible that the Injured Was provided as i"shield. The, Supreme. I to the true specie value of such currencies quired to rrepair"" 't1it; ostensive t "damagc?

parties can tolerato legislation so man Court'beingbnd bf the Federal Agents, was and partly to an erroneous practice of computing which! have'been' sustained fn'housesbuil.

unjust and unequal in its operation.V not, therefore, entrusted with its political their value according the rates of dings and works over i teat
ifestly sugar t1tS
could 'he engine of trio : : 't
guardianship. Nor exchange with ,England, and reducing the
which is impossible! ,
\ first proving,
or tlicrcfoir
I do
m. Jor ty-thc' ballot box-have been'considered'as sterling value of snch depreciated'currency part this'oIony; : by
that tho bencfitsuf the.protection are equally -
the The scctidrial and with the advice nnd, consent of Hi
to all the States! itis a safeguard. into-money of the' United' States without
apportioned gross
to contend that the ,burdens,of mindrity can'exert ho influence on the representation regard to tho difference bet ween the legal i Majesty's Privy Counsel 1, authorise and require -
absurdity the Tariff: press' equallyupon'all., : Ifth6n7it ; of a sectional majority. The and the true values of sterling! money in U. : the Port.of Kingstown to bet opened
be a tax on consumption''exclusively, as responsibility representatives butsecures States' currency. To avoid, 5uetrdJscrep- accordinflly''for Ihd adtnlssioft bf'- Flour,
its'defenders vainly argue; its 'opcr tlor ii their fidelity to their respective<< ,.constituents ancies and errors in future! the, President.: and of White, Yellow, and ,PitchF.Pinc!
beco'mes no.. and the representatives of a minoritycan directs that whenever invoices, are made Boards Punk
a itt
yet glaringly d.i: Scantling"and "Shingles.
effect \ the
unauthorised nothing against antagonist out in a currcDcyUu"v 1l1c of which;is hot ?
submit to
to its .
exactions.free people Much less is it to heroic rated, interest'wbich th'e representative of' a majority fixed by'the laws of the U.: States;'you wilt free of all ,Duties payable: thereon, until l

when it is evident that wparq not'only ar- may be compelled by tllciic nsUtll- require from the importer a certificate from the 31st day of December.now next ensuing

bitrarily taxed ai consumers hut that the cots to enforce in utter disregard of theCharter. the United States' Consul, if there be'one, of which all Officers of his Majesty's

inevitable1 resutt'of the protective system is 'rl principle, therefore/is de- at the place of exportation,of the true value Customs, and all: others, whom it doth,
solating-that Constitution is at the discretion of such Spanish or United States shall concern
the ultimate ruin of theSouthci n producer currency or may: aiVlieieby required
iritli6''prdstratl6n:6T our agricultural into' of majority, and must be quietly silver dollars, and charge the ad valorem to 'lake due notice! ., and<< Jo, govern them.
'surrendered to their wisdom and justice. duties according to such value ; or.in the selves ?1
'rest.There Besides, except in the. Parliamentary transactions absence of such evidence that will nccordingly.Gjven .
i ill no solidity in the objection to you ascertain -
under Hand Seal 1rrn'
bf the twohduscs'of Con'grcss-ollr said value from the my and at ,
: prices current
tour resistance, that other are blindly sub, ,
'no'where ., ....at-lha Government Iloufe j in .
r- recognizesthe
iriitting,: to tho .evils, which are overwhelming government and such btlfer authentic sources of information ? Iinrtutfip
them in common with ourselves. consolidating that the wilt of a majority as may be within'your reach, & charge ; ;bls"ClglltccnJh.(fay'1Qi"r.1gls!, \

This delinquency is not our justification. If shall govern; The President may bo the ad valorem duties accordingly. You one thousand. eight l .hundred: .and IlIi .
the arc aivako;to the dangers and degradation elected by a'minoritybf: the people ; a majority will give public notice of the directions ty-pne.- <_m -t t -r ,'.- ...
: -j
of our situation, it behove us to' leave of Senators representing States, the herein contained an to the consular' certificate By his! ExcellchcViJ cqmmand."THOMAS
aggregate: of whoso, population are a minority and that be ,
110 effort untried ti1 we shall have repelled ; uniformity may hereafter WEI.VILLH
the.invasion of,our liberties.. The Evening of tho whole.people! may reject a measure secured at all the Custom Houses, you will ,
Post will, therefore, exhort to resistance of unanimously passed 'by the representative forward to this Department,once a month, ; Go\-et'l mcnt Sec'ryDuly

the Tariff1, as tTle'rnos't prominent enormityof of t'pc ple' in the other.Houseandvlcb a statement of the rates at which the cur- lirdclaimedin'<< Iiingdownilriscigh

that "American System,"which tae been versa, a biro majority in the otherHouse I J'enc\osat'oresaid are thus estimated,at each ,teenth day of August, orie ,1Iiptt$and
built Up on the' ruin*of'the' Free ''Syste'prbeqtieatBed : n ay_reject a measure passed by the port from whence goods arc imported and eight hundred and thirfyonennalirilhc.second ,
\ us by bur fathers; ahd winch, if unanimous Voice of the Representatives of i. invoiced in such currencies. In all cases of of his
established as'the selUc'dbolic'y' of the court- the States in the Senate The President, a doubt as to the value of such currency, you year tjcsly's Reilh.C. .

try, must, in the end, cither seei'the' bond single individual, may put his veto on the will| apply td the Ticasury Department for D. STEW/\R.i',
of U lon, 6r meltdown consolidate deliberate act of both Houses; and the Judges information. I am, respectfully, your obe Acts, Pro. Marshal ( r'lern'.

State Soveieigntie into one limitless irresponsible of the Supreme Court, holding office diebl servant, S. D. INGHAM, SOUTHERN' RLy1ElYTIIE -. ..
despotism. The Evening Post not by election but by< appointment, may Secretary of the Treasury. .
will oppose Internal Improvement as un set aside the concurrent cnabtmcms of OFFICIAL subscriber begs leave to inform the
House, Senate, and President. The power CIRCULAR that he
constitutional as an engine .favoritism, public bas-nndertakerf for the next
as! a source of sectional robbery'; as creating to protect the Constitution could not NAVY DEPARTMEXT, three years to publish the EOUTIIEKN: Ri>
a necessity for perpetuating exorbitant have been rationally intrusted to the very Sept. 26, 1831. view and to look for his .rerpiinerXJion .nn'"
taxation-it will oppose! the rcchartcring majority from which the danger violation StR-tn consequence e of recent occur- tirely to the present and future 6U l>iption
of'the United States' Bank, as manifestly apprehended.. It would have been iude.u rences'in the service, your Attention is invited list of $5. As this source La':hitherto been

unconstitutional, and as prolonging the ex committing! the keys of the'hous'cjto to two subjects, where the laws now regulate inadequate to defray 4hi"s'e jp'etne/ begs
istenco 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';atronaROof
oppose the,projected disposition of the Surplus suggested the propriety locks. The power ; hut where there is still vested in officers thosevhd Uunk'tflc Review worthy of pub ,
Revenue, 'as-'a scheme of barefaced, was wisely left with the several State a discretion, in the ,exercise of which it lie supporjt ., -

wholesale bribery,,which, it adoptcd, will arid thus not only was* there may be desirable to them to know distinctly Thft subscriber has associated> ,j tilen lJ. Irving -
? a rule of action" for the the wishes of the President and of this De
give to, oppression a duration coexisiantwith ( I Esq. with him lathe ptiblicjalion! of the \
that'of'our itovem1n iit.: Federal Governmentbuta rowcrto render partment Review who will conduct il;e'
A zealous ahd judicious'attachment to the inoperative, that is to nullify, their unautho One of those subjects, and our wishes up- dence, establish agencies, collect orrespon-and rr.

Jfn\on, prescribestheprcseut as the proper rised and irregular to1L! on it are, that when any portion of the Navy ceive subscriptions, and attend to. all fho
crisis for making' a determined and uncompromising So far as a congeniality of views may exist furnishes relief to American vessels, business transactions, of the Review
stand for the Constitution, before in relation totbesirprrncrples, the Evening whether wrecked otherwise in distressto -;' the typographical department.The ., CXCC1J4tin
the jarring interests o'f diITerent''scotiodsare Post is pledged to the' "State Rights yield which relief promptly ought to subscriber has the Satisfaction also
organised against i 'each other in irrecon- and Free Trade Party;" and as the support bo, and long tau been one great object of to announce tha Hugh S.-Legarc, Esq ((10
cilable 'conflict-before, blinded by their of measures; 'to be efficient, must include its gallant exertions, no compensation of whom the Review bas hitherto owed so
unrighteous gains the consolidation States the support of'men. its humble aid will be any kind !should rither.be asked or received. much) has consented to.be associated with

shall regard a* tih&oibtiid, right their undue zealously contributed to extend the personal The other subject and "our wishes upon the editor, Stephen Elliott, Esq. in this Jite-
advantages-before they shall resolve to influence and promote the political advancement it are, that till Congress deem it proper to nry department of this journal.

maintain' at all haiards the tyrannous principle of those .tatesmen'who' devote alter the existing I laws concerning! ,punishments The subscribers who are in
\ arrears
'that' "public opinion'or the will of a themselves to the good cause, which is identified in the Navy,. nd whenever those laws will be pleased to make payment'to J. I*.
with the value of the JJnion, and the allow a discretion in the choice of
above the Constitution punish-
majority, tea power ; Irving! Esq. and the -subscribers will
and before the victim sovereignties in minority liberty and Honor of o'tl..Carolina. Its ments, the first resort in the case of offen- pay their subscriptions likewise to him as
goaded beyond endurance (unless the warm co-operationi with these will be embarrassed ces by seamen is' recommended to be always lie n alone authorized to receive them
very I\spimtiondorlib'erty be extinctshall) by a personal pledge (to no candidate had to pecuniary fines, badges of dis- AiE.MILLEJT

rise in desperation and abolish ''a frame of for the. Presidency, or any other grace, and other mild corrections, rather No 4 Broad ,street, Charleston., .
otKce. than to the _
governmenttoomuch shattered to bo recog- humiliating practice of whip-
nised as that foifwhicn they originally stipulated In maintaining its ground amid the con- ping- and that never on the same day, by NOTICE. *
and 'which>hvetcrate sectional ha- flit i ts of party; it' will.be, the aim of the Eve punishing under an officer's) own authority,
tred shall 'then Vender( it impossible'ever ning Post to preserve the dignity of the two offences at once, should the stripes, Ii. THE undersigned havingreestahlislied
Press, by'conrtcsy'auid moderation, under muted law be at Key West, as a COMMISSION :
again to re-compose and re diCy. The South by exceeded in number; or *
the belief that the egitimate ends of be inflicted AND GENERAL
once roused to a fall'sense of her wrongs, newspaper otherwise than in the presence
will be satisfied with nothing but>equality ; : discussion a best subserved by firmness and under the sanction of the commanding AGENT offers his services to his friends
and it cannot be, denied that by the Constitution 'svithotitviolence, and zeal without intemperance officer of tIle vessel or station. and the public generally. -

even if strictly observed, the slave : 'With opinions and publicacts And that, In the case of offences by officers F. A, Dhow, r..

holding States are placed at decided ilisad-' of opponents, it will exercisetlie right which: it is hoped their well known April CO, 1B3IHe
vantage.. Once tea,red for the resumption I of dealing freely-but it is hoped that no high sense of duty and honor will prevent offers for sale at his Ware House,
of rights, they will submit no longer to a part of its career will ever justify the sus- from becoming frequent a system more remedial 30,000 feet White Pine Boards. I
system of indirect taxation, calculated to picion of its even partial adoption'of the'in should be adopted, by sentencing to 10,000 first quality Bricks
blind, the people' to tho extent and inequality famous maxims that U all is fair in politic' a' reduction of rank and pay, or to a suspen 15 bbls Baltimore prime Beef-
of their.burdens-and tbeJ'}will demandfor The domestic concern of our native S tatowitl' sion from promotion rather than to suspen- 36 do Navy Bread .

their laboringclass a representation fully be carefully watched, and 'the policy sion from'active service, as persons unfor 10 bags prime Coffee. ? ,

equal to thai of the laboring! classes of the advocated which shall appear best calculated tunately guilty of'any misbehaviour need KEY WEST' -.
other States, The required concessions for her: prosperity. safe; and cconoiriK most thc.constant discipline of active ser
will be certainly ire Rued by those by whom cal government. vice and when suspended therefrom are SEGAR NTIUjUFACTORT
the Union }js regarded but as a bargain estimated While the Evening Post will bo devoted'to left without employment under greater ,V. II. WALL take .
by calculation: bf pecuniary' profit the promulgationctbe political faith set temptations and opportunities for injurious this opportunity of
forth in this it will not be informing Uie Public that )h has establishedA
and loss, and the Federal nd will be sun.deredandforevert prospectus neglectful indulgences. ? -
The advocacy of State; of the practical details of Commerceand LFVI WOODRURy.ORDERNO. BEOAB MANTFACTOBV at,lyn\ C5t..

Rights U, therefore, the only faithful aJvocaCv Trade, two branches of industry whichmust He ,imports for this purpose, the very bcij
of Union. bo most beneficially affected by the 10. Tobacco from Havana. t
.With a firm conviction of success of its doctrines. Great exertionswill HEAD QUARTERS
this'important OF THE Sofjars of the beat and
quality of
truth, the Evening Post will contend for bo made to perfect the departments A every
Liberty-tl Constitution Union.For connected with commercial intelligence, luT.tT'' OFFICE, description may be ha
tibcrty, first, as the first of-national blessings and our merchants and tradesmcnshallfind And Washington, May 5th, 1831. (Kr :Aft:\\l orilers iq ibe abpye. line >ViH
; for the Constitution which secures It .the readtestattention to all their wants,and | T having been reported to the Var'Department meet the earliest attention.; '
from domestic usurpation ; and for the Uni the warmest gratitude for all their favors. that contrary to the provfa- :March:, 1831. : '
which strengthens ions of the act, entitled An act to v 4 .. ..-, -
on against foreiag- TERMS regulate
gression. Without a rigid observance of trade and intercourse with the Indian Loggerlcact
Daily paper, $10 per annum Country Tribes, and to rrnrtIe"SheU.
the compact, the Union Inust become a Union three times a week preserve peace on the frontiers -
paper $5. al1bscrlben
TilE, will
approved March eire fair
and the 30th, 1C02 a JlriCf:
the several
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