Guayama cholera quarentine Sept 1832
From Porto Rico. —Capt. Gorsuch, of the Joseph Sprague, arrived yesterday, informs that owing to the report of the cholera being in the Unitea States, strict regulations had been adopted to prevent the introduction of the same into the island. No vessels from America, without clean bills of health, certified certified by a Spanish Consul, would be permitted to anchor in any port, and even with a bill of health, would be subjected to a quarantine of from live to 40 days as the authorities might direct.—A day or two previous to sailing, a report that the captain and four men on board a brig just arrived at St. Thomas from New York, died of cholera the day afler their arrival, arrival, reached Guayama, and the regulations in regard to vessels from the United States, were immediately put in force : also from any part of the West Indies. American produce very scarce and in demand.—Af. Y. Gaz.