Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 26, 1844, Page 1

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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. No. 347 ?Wluila Ho. 30517. Prlc? Two Ceitl. I HE NEW YORK HERALD. AOtiltKOATK CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. ins greatest ix the world. To th* Public. 1 M..W VO??K IlKHALD?Daily Newspaper?oub im v-d tr-rr day ol the y+At eie?tK New Year's Day ul Foarth tf J .?ly Pnc? i i. u 1*1 topy?ot f? M per inoum?postagrt tBtd??asb it lilt W?*L% HKRALD?pnbhshad IMT Batnrdgy ar>--.sf-i ? , * 4\< e?*ta r?r eopy, or $1 11 per annum?poit MM | ?l4, ?h m tdraaea. ' nvd fli.t thr circulstion of tfi? M...II.. ,|! HTY-mTK THOUBAJID, and tucrensini fc<i It **? tbt tasjss* eirfU?fi?m of ana aapitr in Ikis city, ar 'kf .??#;,f, <wwf, is. Meref.o r. ?/?? 4**4 chinnrlloi Amineit ? . ? n/r*. r:is? moderate?caili in sd*.inee I'lllNflM ? l ? .ida?f*ea*ad at the most moderate price, aad i* the mm Hriart Mil*. JAMrt OORDON BKNNETT, rinMitior ar tm?. Hkkslp KiTiauiHNiirr, N rkiwi fuinu of K a I ton ud Nuno streeta. NKW YOitK AM' HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY. CSQ. *351 ^ WINTER ARRANWKVIKNTH. **?> * I ??? I? I ? M the r.ir* will ran sa f-i.lowa . < .. . II II f<? Hsrlem. (iMtk tt,) jVlorrisiauis, Ford I... W.r. ... , budge, fl...,t'. Bnlg*. Cuilrrhiir. Road, T??? Ji.^ It.it'i U#wn ao.l Wl.it* l'l"u?, "i ? A. M., 10.30 A. v7l> jr?ilS f. ?. QiiWH Bridge for (*? M-'| IDA Cll ?J A M , I ? r M 4 5 IV M. 1/it.i i t I I-, It .H Itt A. M , 11.21 A M.IU P.M., ttir m" Um * ' . Kfea fit IS h.ii ? A m . n a. i mt V , IJV VI. Kw.gtit trams will Inn City Hall at II It ! I.e*%e White Hunt a! I A M. ii ffnii -i T'fii <a,N |y after leasing the City H,|1 .i i .? .<rii.'.Mr ii t?d the Bowrry Vsatlltll Oar " I ?d *' ' Aa l.iml .K, will prerede each Tram . . vi b- f..i? -h* yw ..f staltkag from tlx City lisll, ??d -ill I'M a#. al'iMtKe line. Ii' > 'i> and MuMmhTMII, for Morriaiaaia and in* "Eat Tk> ID f* tlarWia and Morrisiani*,7 A. M., t A. M I f M . ? 3D f. >1. I^atr Morris an is for City II. lAM lu A M W A M .If. MT .?n|.'. ??. the Bu B. CARMAN, SaerrUiT i. rA"!< waawm ?a#* rmif.r |mdii rlmw^w to ? ?!?'? Of t?* '?! id OtieU i it j rait trill leal? I ?? >?<u i?t Vr? Uk : .. . u?? A 1 I fn'cocll A. M. i a I ^ ua ?- mc art. . c?U?r. A .r | ?(.'cl. ck A M aW B eg ^ iriniif tMD m<! m amjumcau roval mail BTKAM BHIfB. l t'f iM toiia aud 4*? lur* tower aaah ? 1u.il mtrwu with the Lurda of tlie Ad| _ _ iwnhf HlBKMN'-t f a^ti. Alaaaader Ryria CALkIHI.NIA (ajxta k.amjrd 0. Lntt. Will AlAUijL; I >; uia M III la n liarnaaa. f!l fraai Lirervool and BoMwa, til Niilfat, aa fellows] riaai B.?wa traw Lirrryual (>l*4n ua, Lou Ainmu Mth. ? Acadia Maeiiaaa . ,B*t>?. Iw. Awtal 1th. 1 uteri.ta. R>rw m*. liS. 1 We i.-aarla aasry ea?rrww4 sa?aoa?, aad saeswdiad iltk Ufe Baals. I'.if n ? ?ht or I **2;T|SlllUNAM^Jaa alATK.N 1SLANU FtRMT. K)')T OB WKJTKHALt. ?.and IS, AM; l?^. m aad 4^- P M. P ? ?All to.ids a?x be p*i?MMariv isrtiad. in art at Mm Mil <if the nwaers thereof all [.. at lA, ? pud f M. ?. | Pint IT twnrd, HI. II A. M.| at 1, 4,* r Ml t ^ P. M. , Uaeaa Natt Unahtoa aJ I aad It A. M ; at IM, i aad TX KALL AND WIMTKR AKKANUKMKNT ? >?.n ARK *SD MEIV YORK ??ARK ONLY ?*!? ICNTB. THK N:%w IMI HWirr in rlAMKR R4INSOW, I CArTAlN JOHN 04?KYr bON and af ar Keptsmbrr ISih will m? 4\|U follows (Saadxyi larlatladl)? Laa^. M ? V?#atMt?, s a^iflW r Hi. IXKAkANT *ND CMIlAP I KHIIKt. bi/fiUF.H SI!H,1 xokmksr. NtW BRIOlirOfT PORT KlTlivONn. IHTATItN lhl,ANI>.) AND NK W V4?HS t hKKY Kroui No I, North Ui?ei, font 4 Battery Plaaa. ~~mm ~ I HtMiabaat CINLIKKKLLA, w.ll <?a at iioliows. Daily. Ami>l.? laih loOei .M lit, .IM? ?-(?'?! New York at t ami U u'alaea, ? I ?? > *i r. M. '.'<rt Port n 1HI. I'd. at J* m,Bales la I, aad M malea to at I, 4 % and t>< P M. ? leas New li'iahlna a t;a Hunday?L aa*s Njw Vorfc, at ? aad II A M.; at t, t sad I P. M. u*v ? l et ICiifmoud at M ?taates lo I saa M A Mt tt I. i sn^ ik r. M. v ' ' V'-r 'I. IK HIT 11 Smart m'WI a*A !?'?? Al.H\.\ V?Hut It i IIamiKIi.? (B^^*,^aiThe itronlniata K Ml Kf.HBiH KKR aad XhaaaJSZalLRlH ilr.Ml'Kli will, aa ami alter Hatardav. Nnieintirr tld, lesre lur AILaay at > o'clock inalaad of t aa l .' el.if.?e nto fit tKOPUTB LINE OF STEAMBOATS KOK ALBANY. l'\'I.V, H?udi>a i srej^rd?Tliroacli dimet tenT" ?r-?.5?at i P. M? from as Ht^aahnat Piar Setwea oort'.i I; aa-l Lil^rt? atfeeia Tie esuilmal KNK'KMtLOi KKK. ( a^u.a A T. *?. Ju'iu, Monde*. WeJ.. ?d?'. and V fi.Uy Krernf* at } a'rloek IV- inW I'.OI .liKMTKM. < a^xaia A llnachtna. oa Ta<?^ty, TliaraJ.iv sad >War4sy Kevaiaas, at i iVUl. > if a (la* l.ot of Batclay street At Kirr o clu.i. ^ Laadi .< at laterin-d.?le I'laees. 'I'l?. !*-s:aboat NOKX'H AMKHICA, Csmwr R O ? rat terdea, ,...?iiUy, Weiiwadaf, sad tnday Aflerao^ai at a , hr St -.r,?ko?t 'Ol/IJMMIA, CarHais WilSiaai H. Pro*. Tneada", 'i hiirr-lay ??'' ^"Mlwr Aftera'wws, at t o'clock. r.awriren t kinit eilhir of the aliuvs l.nea will arf is iikaa 1.1 sici'ie Maa r lake the Morulas 1 *i? al < anbr iht m4 or west. 'i'l<* kosta aw aew aaa aoasiantial. are far sielmd tuth an* sn4 ?H-*-nt sua iu.nu, aad lot s(?sd aad ae So;niii04ltitio'H, att hariorallmi oa Ihr HiMsoi All tin loitud uosti.'i say of the hoati at this lio? w rh'..a? an o?l?i Iron ?ke Cafitua. if->r i> -i?u#e tf f-*.*ht. trpl* osi hsard, ar la P. C. ftchnla, a; t?? U nseoa tlie t*h?>l atlea nEw'stka.vTuoat line for iiXltTMi?he Via I'Ki.awar.r sap I'lusiruii l ?ni., KARK RKDIU KD TO O.NK DOLLAR k ? i>TY 4 TB. 'I he only fail th>r"?ui. ? l.ia* heieeen I hilaitrlidiia and Bilina.. e, lea tea iha hrat ?I'm Mow < Itoaual atnetetrrt wi..'?iina, (>s c.-| t duu'ljts) al Iia|rt>sst7 n'tltN, |<er lUe ?(?'* .did ima 1 i I'l Hi i 1(11 "1 11, ( u Mm J Derne, to Delaware ? n> i tlieuce It inilea tlin>nilb the 4'aasl to I lie- a|<**ke i ity, is #r>t rate I'scker lli.ata. and the?4.e hy the Srea-ner (IHIMIH Caj< i. D. Tamer MAKVLAND, t a|i L. 44 Ta?l.^ A' I arm * at Ua lii?..'e ?il v lie laih* manual '1 Ik- |Hibiic*rr asawied ihat (aotw ilha'andmc the false n>|HMia ill clrrnlstioa. of (his line I .?i?| a!..|i?d) It is, and will he rnotiniml. si il itortwli m will l>- ?|nr?d I ? give comfoit aad ?!?.? ' III piaarntfen. 'J lie only ( tiaufe that hia lwe? made M IMI H '1. Mai in' lo?B>r Aae_t Itw tlna Line Look oat I'r iiapusittoa. Tlie " P.oMer Lias" ia ran l>> tin- llailrooil ('omi .in.Afi,t l. r tt * |an|>nsa af pwttfeg ' town iIn> ircular o|H>oailioa. If >Mwnh In ke?|. tlw Ian ?* dared frost il lo |l ill. ?.? b| tie' al< \m#t Portaaiouilt, aad .o oilier, l'lis sccommodaiioa. by tin* Line are waiiaaled lo Ik eqt.il to any on tlw ri?er. pHai. iik.-era for New ratila and ttaleai will take ilua IJM fmw. lower aide of I lieanot ?tr. rt Ksre KiC'ata. A |ly to MlMII'lb I5IU K MAN. A?eai,?rM JAMtB HAN D, ts ia?aih whan?a. N. D.?There are two Daily Liaei.d fla^-* tlweo. ft,It, morr and Wrailing on City, ai s laa* id $1 >" iwakiia I e whole l .r* from I t.il <1. I|dua t?i WsalMngn* ( III, ti thu route, oaly >1. a .? lw* ? tOH BAf tt. u \KDINkii 'Mtf MllflfW? _f_"" Tlw a*'* arawt PIA'OJW'dT, ('a?aala Ow?J8'' 4?S* N Kiaiball, leases Ui* eeUuf T wbarl. Bsataa ?a?n aid?vv'W'Vtry finals) sad tr.day r>rn. ?? m I 0 lock. him? will l? ia osdisess ?? h-1 srnvai at die abate p )* -es. to rowii*- |?ufn?iri ike eeta^hmrlaa taw as SAMIJEf< TH< ?M ft* l>> Oi l) II'AIII.HIIV l> I'AMAUK (IVVKBi Ne. n IVsH stiaet. fil ^ ift Jft THK habaerihars ill anaouaciai I > I eir Irieuda sadibe i-m - lic their ?.<n_. Ii.'i?d and eaieadad arrangewraU t-m lo.aaiaa "al KinitraaU from Otast Uritaia aad I'eUad. anil ??,.l, >?, . lint lor ilts yeai ItUavaiid-nkl. el as* a. had alitadi t-.a i. rur ed, Slid no pains w ill be ?|'*re J to rulilr -Hem I > i*Caaa MmS |.refr,. iice, which lor mor. th <s iweaty )-?ra lasts lw?arti?a.d eil to til ia Line Tha ahn? employe.! ar* only of th< firat rlsaa. ? ??ma?4ed by mafabtl tad nAckmt awa, well kaawa fee thesr kiad ..d raw ?taut attention lo ilir < iiil..it ami ruateanwea ?( yy.m.w and aa a aliip of the Line ssila from Liiei iw.l *aery sis 4.. ? .let .iti .ii al tin. jiort ii entirely sr..ided Wban ih?n ae'tird f..r, derltii" coming oat. tlie |??saae m n? ; ia wtnrwd In lb ... f.i .ii who* II v u reci*rd, with..at aa> dedorliaw. A frw li.Kaage, |?r StSimer. If in ?? rvmi narts ia I *'a?d ami Sfotlind, ctu I* aecared, itd-aiied lur rar.be* |?rtira 1 tra ? naire ? I ? BAMUKL THOMPSON, riftrtsw, at C. ORIM8HAW k CO . WOoi.e lit aaa. llMfta and f.tclisiise at aiaht lor anvsm .aai.e v t* far niiheil on tli" Nat nnal B.nkof Inltad, h? North..* Ilsnk ag I hi| iny, I'e Nat . .III Hank of Hrottsad, pa>al.|e al ike a*, merotti Brsatket thtatgkaat tlie nmnir>, i* i tinisd*w k Co., Merchsnls, LmeriHiol; aud R. t . t *1 > n k t^o , Baah ra, London. an lm*a MM! LONDON -Regulsr Psckirt~if ikTlst Ike ^remlier ?1'hesplend.d, ti'at clsss.fsst sailiag pa*k>t a.hip PRINCfc ALIIKRT, C aptsia Ft. ? babor. will Mil IIIOT9, ?"r regul.ir day. Haring *ery aiipenor arr..inino.!stiOtii forrsbia. aeroad cabta nnd k'.eersiie |.atsoafm, fri ona wialnag to emhaik shoald make ir.iiitrdinte application ou iio.trd, fo?. of Maidaa lau.. or ta JOMM'H McML'RRAY. ii5I rrc No. 100 ine atreet, comet of B?ath KKIII MARSK.ILLKB? Paalurt af 1st Daaaaibar ? Tlw ahltiTHKBCOTT, win W, Lawrei.ea, insstrr, Mill sail sa above. 1 or l.dightiii I usage, apply nn boird, tt Pier 9 K. R. t? LAWkKNCt k PMLLPi 103 Kroat at, or to BOYD St HINCKKN. Agents, Wl9 rc n Tontine Building, cor. Wall .ml Wslar sis. I'ACKKT KOH H AY RC?SECOND LINK.?llM tflfV?l?P. BALTIMORE, fcdward Kunk, ouster, a ill rail JSMfiaon the 1st of December. r^3Si' fc pOM OREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND I 1 I 1 Uk' 'lni bLATT^BALL Ot^OLD LINK ffli^ r- a. , , >? Vy.Kl'OOL PACKETS. R ?* [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7tli ami 13th of every month , I arson* wishing to mix) to thf Old Country for tfiirfiemla can maju. the .necessary drrangamrtts with t)/s."bac7.1>fra aud hnvstffcm come out in Liu. superior Liu* of Psckets. Sailiuit f?" ^r'rppol pnnct.ially ou ? 7th ?"?1 1'Jlh ofevery month I tW B jVe * 'V** nle clui of American trading slim* ftolo tUt<rnort1' w7k|y wra111amc.1t/0# irow inai i?ort. Uue of the firm, (Air. Jimtt D. lloch? ) u there, to see that they shall be forwarded witli care ouddes be^^w,?!w/,'?k?.? "f*"1 It- fot com? "01. the money will IvJILrL . ViLTI " '"PV w,tho,'t .any red'tction. ?l f || ? i*all or Old Line of Livt*j?ool I ackcts, coiuDriif & foJ \WfK.W'ficwt ?hip., viz.:? * 1-1 compriM ,r,,h.,. e.i ("".T'"?' fr nn^"?!1,'d arrangements, ttie Sub mU ?hiSh ,0?k l )r,War'l1'0r 8 c?utiuu.ii.ce of tliat ..ii they w grateful" e" lo thfm t0 miUiy tot which ft^|l!1I!mo<?T<,?in^0ftrem'"iP* ,nion*y to tlieir relatives. can all timet obtain "Drafts at iikHc for any aroount, drawn direct tlm Roral Bank of Ireland, Dublin, alio, on Messrs. PRESCOTT, (JHOTE, AMES It CO. B^nrhli'1' bV3id ?? dpmlaDd at W ofitliekB?i'k?! or^hiw tuTfelandLd'W3e"f thw"?hout Wnnd, Ire J. OC1IE, BIIOTHKRS h CO. 35 I>ultou stroei, New Vork, v R n-1. #mj e ,"?*? door to the Kulton Bank, ft,, I OI?ofJJ!"r?"i.01 ' jck't. tail from this port iZ7?'TEPoi W U*.Ut an?i L9tt! ^eacll *'artir? retim lug to the Old Couutry * ill hnd> it to their oinfort and advan tfige lo Mlect tint favorite Line for their conveyance, iu ureiir ence to any other. v jell iin're JMRANQEMENTS FOR ls??I ~ OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. _ .IWPinattreet, corner of South. toc.il^^^tion A ??jj t JC 4,1 ?lfilter?'? following arrange menu foi HM4. for the purpose of bringing oitt Cabin, 2*Cabin, and Steer sge t assenxers, by the Regular Line of Liverpool Packets, tail i I 'i? t !?<h?2l?t an)' f?tli of every mouth. By the London racket* to sail from New Vork, ths St ltth auJ ?th?ud from London on the 7th, 17th aud 27th of each mouth in connection w ith the above, and for the purpose ofnflfordin (tillgreater facilities ft passengers, the Subscriber has establish ed a regular line ol first claw New York built, coppered and coptiereil fastened ships, to sail punctually every week throujih oat the year. . r ".ccoinmadation of persons wishing to remit monej to their families or friends, drafts are given, payable at sight, or tre following Buulm, viz.:? ,, . I'rovincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Lbnerick, Clpnia<l, Londonderry, Wexford, Belfast, Waterford, ? H 1 Aruiagh, Athlone, Colerain, iiu' i y?ughal, Kiuiiokillen, Mooaa haa, Bambndge, Ballymena, 1'arsnustowa DoWB|?tnck< Cavan, Lurjaa, Omngh, V/^r00' afte Kfn,\%' flallyshanBOB. cSSirffil u V^1?' Mallow, Moneymorn, ^2.211 U Skibbrera. a? "tlatid?The City Bank of Olasjrnw. P if hn?? ?t\.' WV y>twu'li t C.?t ' London: .venT'tow?" 0?? Bri^S ? ' Llv'r',00,i ''a^bl? " Kor farther teforraation. (if by letter Post said,) apply to JOSEi U McMl/uilAV, loo l'ine street, _ corner of Snnih street. New York Or Kbm. r W. BVKNES !*. CO., JS Waterloo Hod! " l.ivnwnl I NEW LINE OK PACKETS KOK LIVERPOOL. fflor?Vt of ?>'h of Novemlier.?The sp'endid and JpMK/avor.ir Packet Ship UOSC1US, (1240 tons burtlieu) ? spteia r.lundge, will sail positively as ab-jve, her reitu larday. Tlie shi|? of this line being 1000 tons burthen nnd upwards, persons aboni lo embark for the old country should not fail to se.ect this lute hi ptvlereuce to any other. Their ifreat capacit> rendeis them mora comfortable and couveuiriil thin ships of a smaller class. i'he accommodations of these vessels are unsurpassed for cal'iii, sorond cabin and sterrage pesieugers. To secure berlhs early application mist be made ou board, foot of Wall street , VV. k J. T. TAPSCOTT, At tlieir gewral passage office, 1,1 K BouUi street, corner Msiden Land. JS _ rOR LIVERPOOL?The New Lino-Rtgnlai crl *f' I>ec*mb*r.?Thesupeiior fast sailing Nrw flBBbVoik b?iltpacket ship LIVERPOOL, Captaiu John Ivor <l?e, IM tous bnrthern, will sail as above, her regular day. rot freight or |MMie, having very superior accominoJauons ansnrpassed by any ship in port, apply to the Captaiu on board ???! aid* Lorliug Slip, or to WOODHULL k MINTURN8, ?T South street jy?e of Pusar* (IM The fine |*rk-1 ship <4ueen of the West, Cspt. PI ilip Wood noaae, 11. A tons hutbru, will succeed the Liverpool aud sail ou Iter legalar dsy. 21st Jan. i,22 JtfK. atliWnVtL?Ji0\V?T'1? ,,ew British ship Vli ii.M w?rmu hm,lh< niast-r, unit ou |?aich b.? ? *r"vaJ will have inime tweeu this aud isl w?o w. 5 ssi press I y BS a leguUr trader t wooohOll" OTi'STOns, Hie packet ship ADAM CARR will snccerd tlu'Anii'Har ?*v- u 19 re v L i ^ '?MLEANS,?Louisiana and New HMf Line.?I ositnely flrst regular packet?To sail iITT4^' Wth iiisl.? I'he elegant fast sailing pack i J* ? V ^ .ape Latham, will iiositiiely sail u above, ' t'' yUf ^*y- . freight or ivusage, having el-i;ant fur "r*fc7 it?*attoaa, apply ou board, at Orleans wharf, foot Wall street, ?r to E. K. COLLINS 8c CO. [ ?. . , . . Mi South street. ! -? |7i,| r ' receive4 on board after Monday evening, "'II t'l'"' be nn board at Oi leans Wharf, foot Vi I .Ur***t'^""""row (1 n->d?y 1 muruiog, 2>iih instant, at UoVltwk, at whtch tiase tha ship will sail. pt*i|?4irr? nny rr|y u)? ?u Uaviug theu goiidi conrec'Iy me-isar tilwl * tail's ol tin* lfei# will Mil i'ttuctually aj> adver Agents in New Orleus, Mrsirv llnllin and Woodrnlf, who W'll t'rnir*i-fIy f?,rw.r*l .11 giwHi. in tlieir address. n25 re e >m ,jr.W oui.r.Uu.ou Lnr-Krwu ^Urpaketof theljin Novembft.?Tlw splendid last itiii.it ship rOllt.A, t apt. VV. li, Oarduer, will ssil ,.te, h?r regul.r day. Hsviag vevy sapnrior accoaimodv ion, for cabin, second emill anil u-eune pas*rug>rs, |?r?oiis wisliing to embark, sltanl I laske early application <?? board, loot of Marrays ?h;'^ <" IOSKPH McAll) itRA VV ? *** !?? Piae street, corne- of Sruth st. ?jfe llANtJK MuN U,~RKLAn1J, OiLANU ANU VaLKS-TI- Subeenber has m: M all the pi ivht t, ? '*?*?' ?? ?? iw ouiiFcriurj ri.'u all times Un sale UralU from ?1 to ?1<MU, i*y.ibl? ?It il?t inu ij il oaitkiac ilirouwliout the Cuitee TtT j in human. ?i sonih st. . "? ***e la and Xroin Liverpool Can be secured at thr af 'J. ? t'*caels sailing ou the 1st. 6th 1"^ aailfcih ol ea< h mot.ih, oa ai plication u rinti 4KRMCY < if VKLOAi I.N(i IXKK.? Itu. new iiiii*ro\#?1 Uuci Im c >minei rr<i operation. C ai?? p'WM tml 4>wn?*ra *A rraeels mrr m? ifrd to call nod ?*. 1 ? ??* al (met see liial it is as well sdapted for .aun g and repamaa vatMela as any Dock now in operation. 1 here is a)s? attached in tins Dock, Black -miths. Bhi,^?ari?ii lera.l aalkevsaad I aiatris All wo k done in l!a- Mosltito. ditions in Ltiser asid st (T iaouahle Mtes. I ?" IIII.L k Mrl.AlJKIII.IN. mM&Lm?!hU A"LII?Hfc,?7 PALnr.l IIPKII t,?" UflLlliuasMt-l aaaage to and fn,tn (iieat Britaiu aud h i ' .''"s'-' faa at all limes b. e..? .l at toe lowest t.rea to and In.ai Liv< rjai >1, by tlie regu Ur ,mrk,< ^.1. swl.tH, naJUtha ... .rraagiment lyrryfrl Jt{ v mm.m I" farai.lird for Ml) amount.|ayi !* . at total and navtafial Huh, Irvltud. auj theii krani he. astd fc'Kwh?t the I uitrd Kia?d.,m. as well ss al all lt?inaci|aU ba*k...g i?stiiati?as in Kng aad, Scotland sail Wa?w with..ajdi?..aata?aa? iKherclMfg*, for further par I leal-f* If Itf Wise-. p.tsi paid, a; ;il? M **" K'Ti^ if. hum It WH 6 W 4TCHttt CLOl K?, M EC HANI Ca L LAMPS, >l< TOW t.lH'tt 1). Watch and I l.tct Maker, las ?[ '"wvi'int Kit ftieuda ad the public in ceu eial, .fcat he km ..??ved km Ws?Iaad JliS M.i? t TiXTiteC ta. ??? m ?^??r.misnof LiUrt" VSR&9PJ1' iieoaaasesirs *,|l he repaired l> ,?f' ?<sarai.tjsdL His eatahltslMwal is par , * sJstasd fat i>| atan is MkIwiwsI I asia, at vevy _ * pr?ee? lie An Iw sale aa as*.,itaaeit| uj the hirst iul ,"A *'"'?* '"ffT. ? h?ch leive aathing to de /*ia? tit ? i wd ,r|, i i lm#rc Mi.W V? >R k LAW SCI|i?OL, # "I Ma No*ember, Mi ( H ?f|K> MSaii?, Itavinf^tea , ist| ,.i,. d s! ' ?< ?? i .i Ufc. . f!'.'4'"'"'*' *? tfcaa ?eliveiad al W Lit.um i,| gy*^ Wy. t..*? ? *1a 4?iS71- M Aitnitisnce U"' ",w'Mi ff? ?^spectlalU lavired to "!T ., .. " Hum W t lamkk, , ' ? * SSstrllsiM Law ' Wull at. Medical Card. w<tr?Py'* 'H-Ws'A.'.r H*>B* K1 tenaaa sswtssn m he isstsM caa^d irnalii a? alt iKivaat dimsaia. stud he tmim ?h? si umbom st m SUMT< ta d.? ? |snm Km mi sae-w paetical.H t ' ^Tk^lMAlUW ? r*H T1 Mi (?? i i , t? | it?A ? eased hr U. *? aa ?s?ae*.e4 i*we l?. WH^-at at taewneewteasie i. T* ??!??!i ?s ? ate a siswiw wn>| < X e ?i al ? tt ?a ?i ths ? aa, i ai i- tas. wae Mm ?< 0ftsaae4 hiatti smmsW ae at, - ?<f ?^t ll r ii I ssn |B * 'T.'*.'?.:,**J*? ? ? < a til. e?.i .riiV'i peasi^ e gl -a 'i, i ?a*"? asA gfarv MkaadmJKwe. >e..?M sad r?<w Mwaai H?iln? -Thts aftrtma, V? isa.? J >tia tan, nasi I?h? a e>*e, deaira<|.?? twau iff vaai < sd? *?ag snstasa I e?tarthas sad -'na n- nai. ?xi srs^? Id s adisr tae sad r'aealiaf .u M,.. aai etaat A|e?a| taia fas sal a I, at aa ihstai i P* 7 k*s*s at'saassHssii), I?-^H.I rsetn.4en ?. iV'e'? k. t?fh-. aaheM. yvka*a. ike ..a i.asUtb, ?ATfgV"* * ihe . -tv k?lM&?a.aas .a |E?C U>1 Hlrf *?l l < 94 , a*m* mn! mb4 ?*> <4 il ? Tjmm timh^fcTt4-"*" AKKIIKRT III * JOT A N !C A.L FILLS. II V-.*- "'.ta* "?? "aeth all Hts .,aart J Sdeatustd f? ee.tata *rtitaw dtastes. Let i-? E*"'? aaaarad Musi U*>* is aa itss?ai,.a ta aaarrt t J.'.1-'.-* *" ^t a sfwdl sad tadtsal tare (at liia .iln.1, ? 'reti'lsya >4 hsdasi s. k. 1 am Ivi seven! .'iTTti^Ty*3 ^ .^J-^^ed Ahuaeia, ta ?ll the ? ?| to rflkct ? , " , h ***? ?* k* ?S asaail t salBcieaf ^k22s 2ZL l?m "age. Krrr "? i.a,,ug,u.,j ^ uredioi^s f..< Maaaha, wh.rh *ti.r?. MS *- - -? W UP "< *w%*mm AMiiifM i iWitdiUf tcrai alWr vuktug mr?liriiM? Tlwv ^?wgxssaeEH -'lk-Ka:S SalS3ut?w sstrhSs DATfNT >HEATHINUJTELT.-Mms, rMml r.ar [COLT'S REPEATING PISTOLS, /fl'l!" ''fUlni Um.imwmi of ??d i?M I H Mtinirf <4 Pistol?f. Itrrrim auk Iw Chsa>hrra-j. rn?s*r-d [* huWim bvn k|<aa |t??4 |*w ? "uiuw to ru U bit) mmmm down with. '1 be above it a true r?| le.entatioi. <?( the ( U(S Tamii ft# Jieaiing I istol: yre-ir iinpositioiia base Ut?l> Ires rrirlm4 t?> 011 the puMic by representing n,.l soling tu Sit Barrel... Mr < ocking Pist. I at Colt'a PaNm l'itl< I wl.irh, with ?l ks ins proveineurs, M American ami n ade ..f (Im> *rfy 1 rM *?in ?li? no cist of male.ble iron at i?i |l r m hair I I nil buhl, finished in ?T?rjr rasiect '1 li- ? -- r1 ^ ' ihiSjg tol ii a Belgian liwaiiw tfci piiteru pis'ol ?a? im,?ir'VT??y a U'rnuu importer Iroin Kurnpe fora in mul. cturet of thi* s-liete <omf ye?rs sincu in this city. Colt's IVcnt, P cker, l)i-!t and Holster Pistols, ?ath ibe rt?> mer attached. la the I ifcat aud moat ?|>pr. ?ed of impr.x m ? <]( .a lire lint, and lor salety, sure fin*, arrirtrc sn.l dm . r!?- ? are mfmor t'l none. 'the Pocket aid Mho.: B -r?l B-li I',. . I cm tired without powder, loaded with halls and caps o..l> with nreat scmracy, at 1(1 to 12 pjffi, and with *'? i |.>rre" uute loaded and tired fur timet in Irai than hail a *. I - I ertificates fromi the most scientific md practical nary and mntiry officers of hull r.nk and repitstion in tl?e I'aue I Sr ur? ?civic**, Sii well is preach And Knglish navy, can be s?en at Use proprietor a ato e. t lie Coil's Keneriting Pistols, I'irbiMi and Shot Onus are told for c&ali at I7l Broadwsy, New V. rk, by a,,,.. . .. JOHN KIiLkHS, Proprietor. . iM, ?\rtr<"" N** Orleans, by II. K. Baldwin k i a, and U2 Balumoie strert, Baltunoie, by llriij. I'xtlii, < on sign TuV^ H'f^bradtt Co'aKiode Janeiro, Ui.?til.i id at Hyde It Ooodnchs. New Oilcan*. n20 lm*e? F R 15 NCH'S HO TEL. T,.liK f icapectfully informs h s friends tad .. is'.l-i'! .*' "?,has ?i?,|ied Ilia new and splaadid holrl at 13J e nil'.II stree', a few doort east of Broadway, in Ihe iinme dtaie riciuity of mercantile buiineaa aud the principal i laces of amusement, and baa furnished it in a style that w ill bear favor able comparison with the very beat hotels in the city '1 he pro prietor in building and littiiiu up the above home has hid ?'iict regard to elegance and coinlort. aud that ha hat combined eco nomy the IoiIowiiik pricea will ahow A KOO.Vl KOIt O.NK NIGHT 25 A " '? WKKK ...1J0 1 lie' roomt will be wanm'd gratit, and upon no occaaiou will rtM n!ore on** in a room rh^ie if a liKi?Kf-TOllV attached, in uhich tliere in* meals served tip at all hours of the day aud eveuiiiK. 'Ihere arc* alao ii ?lit Isooms co*>nectfd, for warm, cold and ahower # 7 ^ri^ri * * !u a^"'! "*ce at all times dunnic the m Ii ??J to let them out at all houra. r;.\t'#i i ii t?sTiW waul l^od^iusa al ter tlie house rlo-ea, will ring the lull bell. n 19 3m*m ? new YORK BRASS BAND. ri'fv ?WJF>bar? of tlia New Vork Braaa llaud would reawct * rully inform their Patrona mid the public in general that at a Ibii^'nIt rwVmi'J at ?MlllUry !lal!' vry' .2"J Nor" J hnlpm |'H. waJ unanimontly elected I.ertiler, and C. 1.1 .ri Compoaer of aaid Band-^nd they now feel ?waur.-o thiil the Band will he interior to noue in thit country.? 1 he Band would return their tliankt for the very flattering pa tronage beatowed uj'on tlu-m t'le piat K.-aaon, nnd will uae rvery exertion to merit a continuance of the ?.nne. Applicaiii.ua for tlie Band will le made to Kichard W'illit, Leader, 19 Bayard .(reel; Jaimt Conner, Secretary, 3J Bayard itreit, or any of the following mernhert; Wm. Wallace, 49 Spring atreet; Alfred H. l eatct, 11 Norftilk atreet; Daniel Underbill. 114 Wonater .frt. t; VI Man... rn h/.??.i. ,t; j0|,? Wallace. 7 Clark ttree trect: J. Kuyaing, 41 Orchard alrre eet; fc. Wheeler, coruet 9th Avr.ui 15 Centre ttieet, Uoc'or C. Mathe alillla. Crmposer, 33 Bayaul ttrre KlcilAlli) WjLLlS Leader. J?MK9 CnN.tKR, Secretary. N. B ? Banila provided for Public Balls, Private Soirees, Serenade!, Hie., by applying to Win. Wallace, 49 Spring itreet. niz lni* m NEW YOKK RIDING SCHOOL. rv,J?.?.V nnrt 07 Watt *t. near Cnnnl. pHh 1 roprietor of this popular eitablialunent, brgt to render hl?.KrajeruUeknowled|tn?ant of tha distinguished patron ape which he hat received Iroin the public, and to state that hu e, vim mo School lor bquwtrian Tuition and Ktercise ltidirg Ij!..w'i'r" ?, lJAY "ext, the 20th ii-ataut. Honrs from 7 to 10 I. M. U ha h.veniugs of Monday and Thurs day are aet apart for gentlemeu ana Hi* ladies of the families esclujively. I he riding mister i well known to be one of the most experienced and successful in this couutry. n!9 Imdh* JAMICS COPmNOTON. Proprietor. DISH ROW'S RIDING SCHOOL, Ne. 408 IIOWKKY, . *..K4.? <liT0^ Lt K*vettb Pi.acks, New Yo??. lYT H > I- '.l0n0r, to jnnounce that his School is open ? * D*y *nd hvenmg, for Equestrian Tnition and Eiercise Hiding. TKIIMS : LtCTUKE WIOIII, LXERC1SK BtniMfl. 1 Montii $it 00 16 Li'ssons $15 00 10 " 10 CI }. . ' 5 CO single Lessons 2 00 Itoad " 2 40 N. B-?,Highly trained and qaiet Horns, for the Koad or 211 Hides.'.'. 15 00 10 " 6 00 Single Rides 75 I'artule, to let. EVINl^O CLASS. 12 Lessons 1,9 Of. I 20 Hides 00 Single " i 00 Single ttidtt .. . 75 It ULJtb: 1commencing. I J ?W?r and a half to a Leasou on : lu- Jrfoia. 1 ?-?{lours for Ladies, Irom 9 A. .VI. to >F iVl V?U/i from y u 0>4 p. m. LndTi-s ? D M Junug tic hours arpropriaf.-d to fei2^drT to ~??"^l,r?vious to commencing. Jt/rir?nHT"" 5t|-","K 'heir horses at thisestaaliAmrnt, will T* . Prlv>l*S? of "ding them m ihe School grans. 015 itn*rc ? ROGERS' GYMNASIUM. So? "*1 f, nnd lt? Cannl street. 'PHIS SI LKNLID KSTABLISHMKNT is now open day *? and evening, for the reception of pupils. All persons of J" elU ,hou:J ptaatise nuse tx-rei.es, wr./cli an the only remedy for 01,tractions ol tlie Cbe?t, UvSp ptia, kc., the d'1ng!l'y r"U 0f C00'UutlVr feuding OTir the desk, and sti' Parents and Ouirdians of Boys, and all interested, are in T N H? "| p i, ? J i' KOUEKS, Pfoplriei^r! I 7tJ-' ? " ? in.connec'Kin wuh W. J. Wyer, bas opeErd a Urge t?yiniia?iuin 111 llro klyn, at No. i05 Fulton street. Oentleinen doing business in New Vurk, who leaide in Brouklyu, will find tlna eatnhluhment a complete one for the purposes ofexe-cise. C'prn dly andeveuiug. n22 ,in*ec COURSE OF FRENCH LANGUAGE ON THE aOBEHTSONIAN bYSl'EM. a ai^gwaaaaiywa- ff-a.1?. thi'fi'u'leason''"8 ^ fo"ow the t'our"! ?? invited to attend at All the subscribers shall have the privilege of following the other courses, eicept the ladies oue A course lor Ladies will lie ojmned on Monday, 25th?days of l2s'?on'c7oek ,V' We,lo?<1?y *ud Knday, trom ll^i to KorjInformation apply to Mr. Edmuud du Boisson, 400 Broad way , from 8 o clock to 10 A. M. and from 2 o'clock to 4 P M ? IUkkuehcics. VI. M. IV Uforest, pencil Con- Ur. Porter, 1 Barclay st. suMlenet-U. pr Croaainan, 480 Broadway W. B. Draper, 57 Bauyer st. W. II. Cary St Co ,IK Pe.ul st K. 1- .ibre.|uettes,til Maiden lane. C. C. Carter U Co , l'? do K. Log all, I-.S.J., 4 New st. B,;rard U Moudon. IS Court K. llnvlev. Nassau at. laud at. Hr./'hn I ower, 15 Barclay st. M. Melly, SI Maiden Lane. 1115 2? "rrc C(>MIvlrirJAl'i K?t^-i(V1vl'AA'ViUAJ0t: ON THK "HAM 1/ ^*V [H AL S V bl K.M.?Adopted in the t ollfgea of h ratice, 7* Li?i*iiard atreet, corner <if Droadway. New Y ork Lyceum-By t\ KICKAIlb, Professor of Kr.ncli.T.T.i, and Ui*ek, ancient Inspector ol tlie In titntion Chataing at Paris >.xprofessor H.|wtitor of the ltoyal Coll-ae Charlemagne at Pa r"ll.Lor *"mi' y*r* Mltor 1,1 an Americ.ui family. l"he Course of Krench, by Mr. K. KICK All D, will 10m mes.ee 011 Monday evening, 2nd of December, at 7>t o'clock P M., aiid will lake place every evening following, Sundays ex Cepted. i he pupils will be divided in two classes, one lor thbsealready advanced, and another lor beginners. The lirst Will take ("ace on Mondays, Wednesdays and Kidays, the ?e coadon luesilaya, lhursdavs and Saturdays. Mr Kickard has ?.g ig. .1 aeveral 1 rofeaaors of French, Otrman aud Knglial., lor the ealahluhment ol a l-reuch Day School, which will tie kept in thu same place, from 9 q^lock, A. M. till a o'clo k. All those wishing for private lessons of Krench, Oermau or Italian will please call at the above) lace. ^ub?cri|<ions will be received by the following, at (15 per Messrs. I). AppUton & Co , 200 Broadwsy. Henry O. L-ngley, 8 Astor House. 1-ockwood Si Son, 411 Broadway. I. '<a<i'Ie, 322 Br: ad Way. Williain* ^Stevens, Bruadwavr, ' B-rtlett U Weldford, 7 Astoflloui, Saxton At Mil. s, 205 Broadway. Maik II. Newman. 199 Broadway. ? Lockwood U Co., 459 Broadway. , , I" . O. Bertetu, 315 Broadway. lUfereiiees ?Messrs. Kox It Livingston, Broad street; Anson Livingston, Anthony Clark, 25 Nassau street; S Draper, Jun 10 Warren ttieeu John 1 yler Brigharn, 57 Walker street; J.u. I homiwon, 4?i Broadway. ?2j |J'tc lf\.\/..\ UK I U I LASSK.N, liingh' r of John lleinrich Cla? ?r T";," m'r,y ?T.-Ldm* ,n '"bilrtdelphia, near Cheanut and I wellih striets, will hear ini|iortaiit news from a wealthy rrla ".Ti ". lhr Hons.- of J AM Kg PATTI ?Yit' 5 Church Alley, Philadelphia, hth Nov. mi4. ?)9 w'.rc TO THE PAOIJERRIAN ARTISTS^ 11 CI HK? KIVKI) from Psris, by pailret ship Kraneis the " Mr*f, SW frre.irh Dagrterraotype PlMes, large size, (star brand.) Jl At loinniic Ulassea, mcliea diaroetrr. II umf? ru \ (Jilt Frames, of diffrreut air.fa. lie,man lustruiii-nis, for lasing family groups. Andfor sale rbea; l-.rra.-ll by Jr. A. AKTAULT, , , ? l*rtuch Materials Importer, Lafayette Bar.sar, 149 Broadway, cor. of Liberty st. t zi 1 tn ? rc

W1K?T?:'5?? .bnshsls prime Illinois Wheat landing ex Straff-rd, Iroin New Orleans, aud for aale by - ? K C"^UNS lit CO. 56 South st. I'H. LARIINER, CONSULTING ENGINE SR. A ? MID - The Public is infaimed, that Dr. LARDNKH > rtitiuuea ihe |rraetice of business as a Consulting Kngi *? w'O'b he f.<Honed on an eitrns.ve scale fur many years in r.<igla?d and P11 ie-. Inventors, patentees, mauui.cturera, ?oerciunu. Ki.iloil.eia mgigedin Ihe arts and manufactures, may ? 'xiaslt h>m on matters reouiring the application of the ion., ipli-s i f prsrtir <| science. Certificates aud 01 inious on the ? .I 'll, 1 emi n efnlne.t ?l new inventions and processes in the ? ri- lie,-oils on disputed .|itej|ions and douhll'nl points, ex ier.et.iul tiiieatwations, with a view to the discovery or teat "* " ?npro*e.1 pi,.c..?.es, will be siu pl.ed or undeiliken when "'""?d. 11 If. OS No II Spruce stritiT, New fork. A.I DiiM?r?* I liters n. 11st be post-pud, and to prevent time "ii.g lost by lnvul'.us applications, all applicants willb-ex |. ?ie.l I., pa, a reison .g l?r of (10 before consultation. sit l arc li 'ITHICKS IlKDUCKD?The Snbtcribna hsvt . di.rr.1 iheir K^r?ss prieea on all small packages of law " "''"in Ml ceota to 25 csnts per packa*-, iisiisi ti.ia city to Bnltalo aud tl* interrntdiate points. Also J i ?h Vvel't k t o. s r.xpress from Bnffnlo to ( htcago, at if w?'s f? pseaag* from this city 10 Chicago, and the latormedi i + ?? le# 4<#>i p, ? T.i v Niitfrnv ^KLI N 1. rnvrnriv '/l^t-ll csaks tflr.u- fnr i,i|e by ????_ " - WIlOUlfiTLL * MINT! HN? nnf-iirM O I HA W SUA II Of?JIO tons assorted Noa for sale by k3__s* Ffcftidt kBKOOKH. 65 and 67 Nassau st. OO i ATO1KB.?list bushels IrishtPoUtosa, for sals la k>ta~ta MjtUssss.^ Families dsa.roes of Win. a.pwT-I wiH saas sssd mm ordsrs to JOSkfH MeMUHHA Y, IN Pins SH Ktirarti from foreign Papers. Paais, Oct 2? _1The" Prease" of this day an thai M. (>uixot, whose health on his re :r,,'n d wu unpaired, has had a re i?l*r I r- rirt to tuloriii you that this statrment |- I*rtr? tv correct, and that some uneasiness is l< >i ? n ? ihimrrotis Irit-mls on account of the ob *"*>?' iI| !'?"*t ??? Ins nuludv, a disease of the ?atynx I on are aware, I believe, that M Oiuzot wt- rat 'y before hi' quitted Par;s l< r V\ iinl.-?>r Me was cfetermined, however to ?in.i. ri.kr i ;- >, u ;. y?influenced, perhaps.' in w?? a?W?, by admire inconvince the war party Hi t ?.is . . ta t,r ,i, ir,rrj (ruin his duty by ? hrtr .amorn, and anxious to prevent its being said rut . ? i:i?,;i w ?.-i omy a pretext to stay at '?"J* ?*?"d t..e censure of his political adver "?r:* Although (tie change of air and scene ap I** ir- ? ''? it#ve t*'?eu c?| coji/uJ* ruble ud vantage to * it < -nn.-t b- doul.'i d that he did wrong as re gards hi* heal'h, in tisvelhug at this season of MINI, winUi ihf malady was still mm him, [ ?td the rrsu.t ilirwt that he acted imprudent If. At present the symptom* are not very se | ri?u.?, but it will require great care to prevent their t? r<iin:at so. I he pjn |iapers have informed you ol ilie aiiivnl ol Mr Miichell, for the purpose ol : m. Kuii arrangements to comm* nee a series of | theatrical periormauce. rn the off-nights ?f the ! Iui!iaa Opera. Mr. Mitchell has met with great encourmrment ftom the leading fashionables, and all lesr o! a rabal m the part of the anti-English I J"urDttl'','? ??d their admirers seems to be at an en The "Hiecle " one ol llie most violent of the ?uti-bBfliiNi jouinals, in announcing the intention of Ir. Mitchell, reminds the public of the liberal Way in which I; lias retimneraed French artistes nud commends him for treating the Parisians with the elite oi I. i ii! i <h iraU'dians, .iter having present ed the I remli celebnii.-s to public admiration in Lngland. ? Whatever (-ays i .e \Siecle') may be our political I-1 linjrs t.wards Lngla .d, between . iTt* ;.n l i?* tin i? ranonly lir an enttn teconliale " Sim,i.*r cenument* will, no doubt be expressed by I tie ?.th? r j. uriials of the same poli tics, and the . II c( must oelavurable to Mr Mitch ell. I lie ? I', .lire," iiowcv. r, hints that M. L?on I Ill-I, ihe director ?.| the French Opera, intends to protest. ? ??ii.-i ili.- i,si- of the Italian Theatre being given i<> ihe Knttteh performers. The privilege; t,| M. V.viel, she d rector of that theatre, siys the trance,' extends only to three nights a week, atUi i [ir be permitted io devote the other nights to hna ,. .i performances, it mua be very injurious to the (>/und Opera, by abstracting u considerable portion ot the l.i?hionable people who constitute its audience. M. Leon Pillet contends that this would be a violation of the conditions on which he holds h-s theatre, and th:it he is entitled to have them resjiected, inasmuch as he is bound to heavy obli gations in renin for the protection afforded to him agnifst competition. I understand, however, that the Minister ot the Interior has grarifcu his permis sion to Mr. Mitchell to have his perfnimances at the Italian Theatre, and I do not see how he can revoke it, whatever grounds M. Leon Pillet may have lor remonstance. M. Leon Pillet was well aware of M. Mitchell's intention long before the latter applied to the minister, and he ought to have represented his case in tune to prevent the grant ing of the permission. To revoke it :iow that Mr Mitchell has made all engagements, would be an act of great iniustice, and it is not, therefore probable that M. Leon Pillet will succeed in pre veuling the performances, although an action may lie be'ore the Tribunal ot Commerce against M Vatel lor an attack upon the interests of the Grand Opera, by exceeding the limits ot his privilege. The Wink Tradk ok Portugal.?An impor tant meeting cl the wine growers and principal landed proprietors of the Douro, at the house of Mr Forrester, of the firm of Oillcy, Webber, and Forrester, of Oporto, took place on the 8ih inst The Viscount of Santa Martha observed that the discredit into which the wines ot Oporto hadfallen in the British market, was a matter that concerned not only the- landed proprietors and the merchants ?t Oporto, bat the finances of the country; as the exportation of the staple commodity of the c.;uu try must eventually cease altogether, if measmee I were not taken to restore that liiitin.li of commerce by trie restoration of the lost character ot their wines, and the adoption of such fiscal measures hs were calculated to give an impulse to that branch of trad". The principal me ans of t lectins the lir-t object had been pointed out and practically demon strated by Mr. fcorrester, to whom Portugal was indebted tor the topographic.il chart of tiie wine country of the Al'o LUuro The mode of restorit g the character of their wines was to make them pure, without the admixture of foreign ingredients whether of coloring or of saccharine materials: it! short, tomuke and export wine which deserved thai namtt, and "not brandy mixed with wine." Mr Forrester eaid that the mercantile crisis in which the country was involved was to be attributed to the actual stagnation ot the agriculture and com merce of the lJ'>uro. There was a vast accumu lation ol wines in the deposits of Oporto, and the adulteration of a great portion of them was a mat ter deserving serious attention. They w ere called wtnesof the Douro, but in point of fact a great por tion of them was not of the Douro, but of Bairrads which, on account ot tbeir earthy taHe, wantof co lor and of body, in the hands of speculators under went adulteration,and the lowrit ss ot their price of fered a temptation to exporters, who consulted only their momentary interests, to hhip those wines for England,under the unme of wines of ('porto, and tins caused great prejudice to the wine trade in gene ral, and an immense accumulation of the wines of Portugal in deposit in all the ports of England ? The length of time they remained there caused a loss of c >lor and of body9 und a aco^imuy pmIlc tion in price. The E-iglish merchants, to compete wnh those wines in deposit, ordered wines from ? hi., country ol nn inf- rior description, lor coun try use, and this brought all the wines ot Oporto into discredit. On the other hand, an erroneous opinion generally prevailed here, that the discredit of their wines arose from a change in the English taste lor those which were "black, strong, and sweit."(nrgrot, /ot tr?, t dorr*,) whilesuch wines served only for an inferior class of consumers, and to mix ?vith others of a worse. <|uality, and with those al?o of other countries. Ot late years the accumulation of the wines of the Douro in deposit in Oporto, had lowered their juices to a point at which those of Bairrada could not compete with them. Nevertheless, the mania for adulterat ing their wines with brandy, sugar, and berries still prevailed, and had extended so ns to cause those adulterations to be considered indispen sably necessary to the perfection of the wines ol the Douro. He w ap a cultivator on ? large scale, lie was nl?o u merchant, and he de dured tlifit his corrMt| ondejitPf and the consumer!* of their wi ? s in Great Hi-tain, did not decire com positions charged with brandy, but the purest wines, and ih'ise with the least possible quantity of alcohol. II ? made no mystery of the method he emi loyed to r ?|j?<e those views. His stores were open to the inspection of nil presentjand his system li? was iin.Nt willing to explain to them. The prin ci^ui matter lie alluded to was, to prevent the great evapor it-r?n which was occasioned by the ordina ry proce?* of vine agriculturists. Cultivators, un foiiunattly, gave a preference to vines which were valuable only tor the depth of color which the giajies afforded, over thofe vines the produce of which K?ve less color, but a more delicate flavor, and an repecinl aroma to their wines. It was well known that when the grape wos fully matured lor the wine press, and left for many days on the vine, it underwent, a change which rendered it totally unlit to make good wine. It was also known thai the newly expressed juice, "mosta," never should be put in tuns with the mosta taken from the wine press some days subsequently to the former. The fins should be proportioned to the wine presses. The use; of thone which contained from two to four pipes would be ol great ndvantage. The prac ticeol gathering the grape by half days and half nights was prejudicial to the wine, causing an ir regular fermentaiion. The evaporation occa stalled by exposure to a large surface in the open wine prebi.es, rendered it necetsary to keep the tuns closed during the second fermentation, ns all his were, both great and small. The choice of the grape, and time ot vintage required more attention than was given to these important matters by the agriculturists ot ihe Douro. Merchants, ignorant of their importance, pressed the cultivators to com mence the vintage before the fitting time, and the ill efleets of this practice were to be found in the vintage of IS-IO, '42, '43, and even to some extent of the present year. It was said, in support oi this practice, that much rain was prejudicial to the grape, but much sun and intense heat, without any tain, was still more prejudicial. A notion prevail ed which, when put in practice, was a premium on adulteration?that even superior wines pow^rd qualities which it was necessary either to counter act or develoji by factitious means ; hence the use of " bagas" and "jeropigas," benies and Baccharine compositions. Jn the last year it was well known tlmt the wines which had not the depth ot color that is produced by adulteration were excluded by the tasters from the clam of wines of the first quality; and yet the British public was told that ne? adulterations weie practised, and that the sweetness ot certain wines proceeded from the pure juice ol the grape. It was necessary to abandon these adulturationn, and to re-establish the ancient credit of their wines. The wines of this year, generally speuk ine, were excellent, and equal to those of 1815 and 1320; and if the company contiuued to buy wines at the time of the vintage, instead of doing so the ensuing seaspn, cult.vatois would know better how to make their wines, and the prices at which they had to cell them. He knew many instances in which the proportion of brandy to wine was from three to five altnudes to the pipe (the. pipe ot Oporto contains 21 almudes? an almuiie is equivalent to 5(>-8ths gallons, consequently the wine referred to by Mr. Forrester containrd about a fourth part ot brandy ) The quantity ot berries used was unlimi ted, the proportiou ol saccharine matter (jeropiga*) a pipe to the wine-prees retervoir This year the doses were reduced by one-half. He believed that the efforts which the ugriculmrisis of the Douro were making to improve the quality of their wines, would restore them to their former reputation lor soundness and purity, nnd their aucient reputation in foreign countries.?Lisbon fatter, Oct. 258. Later from Mkxico.?We have received advi ces from the ciiy ot Mexico us late as the 21 inat. The mait important intelligence we have yet reud ii the refusal ot the Chamber ol DuputifR to vote the toon re quired by the Mexican Kxicutive for curryir.g ou the campaign aguin<t Tt xos. A majority of the committee to which the subject was referred, reported that the exe cutive should be .authorized to obtain a loau of three mil lion* of dollars. On the 15lti ult., this policy was strenu ously advocated by Senors Tornel and Rodriguez, and was a* earnestly oppose 1 by Senors Sagaceta and ltosa. The vote woi taken on the 16th if October, and the Chamber then refused. by a majority of 41 to 17, to enter tuin the prcjcl ile hi recommend'd by the committee. The debate on the occasion it sail to have been lull of interest. The house was lilted with spectators, who ap plauded the different speukers in their turn most vocifer ously. Those members opposed to the loan, maintained that to save t! * Republic uom the embariassments end dangers with whhh the whs mencced, there must be a complete change ol ministry. \. ?? am confirmed in the belief that Santa Anna does not carry with him a majori ty ol the best disposed part of the Republic ; but this por tion ol the Mexican population appeals disposed to insist, as strongly 04 any, that T? x js must be recovered. They make this a point ot nationul Lonor ; but In our humble opinion it is mure the dictate of a national pride than ot any reasonable expectation of success. Those best infoimed in Mexican affairs think a revolu tion inevitable?-many that the train is already laid, and that the explosion will be heard immed ately. The Minister of Kitiarce, Trigueios, has resigned his position. Grievous charges had been mado against him, und he hud previouily expussed his desiie to re-tire from ttr. but tua withes of Uw tmcwln in power induced him to remain. Uruena, the miscreant who inflicted on atrocious out rage upon a frenchman at Mszatlan, has been convicted and sentenced to eight years imprisonment. lie has ep pealed, however, from the decision. Some of the Mexi can papeia assmt that this man's crimes have been gross ly exaggerated. tn Ndw Mexico there hove been moro Indian distur bances. An attempt was mode to assassinate the Govern or in his own house. Fortunately it was unsuccessful, and the criminal was himself killed. Various encoun ters between the Indians near Abiquich and the Mexicans had taken place, in which many men were killed. The Mexicans, us usual, attribute alt these collisions to the enmity of the Americans, foolishly supposing that the India, .s ore supplied with their ammunition, inc. from the American trauing posts. The Censor ot Vera Cruz announces the departureof {'resident Santa Anna from his hiicimda of Mango do Clavoto moet his bride at Knoero. A Frenchman writes to 1* Courrirr Fravqaii that he has discovered some mines ot coal an 1 < 1 quicksilver within thirty leagues ol Guanajuato. He is not, how ever, allowed to woi k them, and a grand discussion is going on ni to tha shifting 1 iws of the Republic in regard to the rights ol foreigners in working mines in Mexico. The Frenchmun thinks himself ir lured deeply,and from the papers beiore us wethiuk he has some show of rea son ; but tkere ore other matters now pending between France and Mexico ot so much more const quenre than this, that we shall not nrobably hear of it ogaiu. Tne journals ot Oujnco continue full of the details of the misfortunes caused by the gales in several of the Mexican provinces. They would not interest our readers. Senor D. Francisco Lombardo has been appointed pro visionally Minister, in place of Scnor Triguercs, re signed. A murder waa committed on the 30th ult. in the city of Mexico, of a Frenchman named Charroin, a carpenter by trade Tho murderer was named Navarro, a lithographer ?if. O tic. Nov. 17. Latest from Texas.?We yesterday received dates Iroin Galveston to the 21 inst., bein^ three days later than our last accounts. We have but lew items ol intelligence to lay before our readers. The Galve'Ktou News contains a letter from Corpus Chnsti, dated October 2id, which confirms tho report published some weeks since ot the descent of about five hundred CamancLe Indians, headed by Ihe noted chief Santa Anna,upon urancho near Guerrero, called "La Pu brial o," which they completely destroyed, killing over sixty persons. The letter adds the following particulars : The Indians were afterwards attacked by the troops of Mier and Guerrero, but they defeated the troops, killing al>out forty and taking one piece of artillery, which they threw into the Rio Salado They then continued into the interior, killing and taking prisoners until they retched Chiue, 140 miles Irom the Rio Grande, there de. stroking the Kancho Ramlros. They were attacked by 630 troops, who defeated the Indians and took from thein near 200 prisoners which they had taken. The lost on ihesideot the Indians is about 30, among whom is said to be their chief, Santa Anna. The Mexicans were still in pursuit six days ago. Accounts troni Corpus Christi stat" further,that Arista is iu command ol the Northern frontier, and it was re ported that Woll had halfway pioclaimed against the go vernment. The place was in a perfect state of quietness, a d trcde Wa? very good. The lust mails received at Galveston from the Interior, contain Intelligence ol the ratification of the long talked of Indian t eatv wi h the Camanches and ten other of the wild Indian tribes. The President airived at Washington on the l.'?th ult., having accomplished this important ob ject. Should peace be lestored between the i'exans ond the indigenous Indians on her borders, all must acknow ledge it an event of no ordinary character The Vindicator, published at Washington, says : "The consummation ol this treaty, it kept seared by both pir. ties, will do more to odvauce the true intercuts of the West than a doz-n companies of mounted men. Our pros pects are indeed brightening, and If our people will only curb their martial spirit, and tuin their attention to the soil, our only ti ue source ot wealth, Texas must prosper. Il is indtutry alone thst makes us happy ond contented , nnd this treaty is, in our opinion, ns benificiai as even that ot annexation." President Houston has entirely recovered his health.? N. O Pic , W.e. 1(5 Another Steamboat Accident, wnu Loss of Lifk.?Whilst the- strum tow-boat Tiger was tow ing to sea the bsrk Marcin, oil the 13th inat, her boilers, six in number, exnlo.led, wit.'i terrible lorce, teurii<g in fleers the hull ol tne boat, and killii.g three of the new. 'lie accident hur>pei.e<l in the Southwest Pass. The loss of life would probably have been greater, but mostol the hands of the tnist were at the moment engaged aft. The names of the persons killed are as follows, viz : David Brown, ol New York, 1st Kugineer ; Abraham Snyder, Mdo | Daniel B. Clark, ol New Orleans, Pilot The body of the latter has not been found. The wreck ol the Tiger was brought up by the tow lioat Persian, and lies at a wharf in the Tnird Municipality. We understand from Cant. Crowcll, of the Tiger, that he will j^ive a ho tory of tlie accident, and ell th< circumstances i-onuected with it, in o few days. - N*u Oifrisi Jfal'rffs, Kui I* The Pork litmciKM ?We cannot guess, us yet, what will be the price of pork the eiieuing seaaon ; but from the active and eata&stva preparation now making by our various slaughterers psrkeis, lie , we anticipate a very large business in tins city We have now Irom twelve to DltMS packing houses, all in gon.l writer, and soma o( them rot evcelled in arrangement adaption, or even extant, by roiktpolis herseli The stock of salt, barrels, kegs, he. he, now in ('ore, we learn, is amply sufficient to pack I iff MM kegs We learn further that seveial eastern ho'ise* intend to operate here this winter The prices, ot ce?rse, will ?-e e mu lated by those of Cincinnati, and " e pr? eiat the tm m?r will And as kooJ a market hfre. all things considered, as any on the river?so, come on with yon hog*, a? "*en as you please.? Ma-Uton (/?) Cewrif. PotU.T*Y OVKK the Stowiwjto!* Raii.koati 42.951 lbs. from Westerly, S7t*> lbs. Irom Hich oioud, ?0,?W IIm Irom Month Kigstowo, < -sue 11m fio? North Kingstown, wera brought up this morning The whole Roe* to Boston this aiternoon to supply our Mas sachuaetta friends for Thanksgiving The whole num ber ol pounila Is uii.iiu Them will l? about pounds ovei the same road for Boston ou Monday Pi?n4rnti 7Y<intci</f. ___ Shocki.to Aociftsirr ? We are informed thst Mr Barnes. S conductor <>| the treighi trains on the Concord Railroad, met with an aeeidvat )MtreJay that caused his death in a lew boms II* waa diaeoveird b<< twern two freight ears by the engineer, while tho tram waa passing from Wilmington to Wot.uin, snd is anppo sed ?u have been knocked liom the top el the car, by rj ming in contact with a bridge He lived about thiee hours after he was distoverod He has left a wile and one child. ?Motion Mnc. J?I?r. Sal Sentenckh.?The President of the United Sutea hs??|q>roved ot Hie following sentences ?.f the Na val General t'ourt Martial, recently held in ibis city ? ( apt. John II Newton-c.baig? ' irfgligecce"? susp* a non for two years. I.ieut I W Weat charge ' diun kannesa" dismisssl from the servico. Mslahipman A <) Cook -chsrgo "scandalous renduct"- diaansssl fiom the service. Ihecaae of Mr. John Karon Jr , cbisrf en gineer ot the Missouri, and others, are, I and>rstsnd, h< IJ under advisement. Christopher Lh.lt.- This grntleman, con* ft < d id manslaughter, and ?ent?nced to (my a bne ol f .'iOn, an l to stand committed till |?e d. on 1 ?? <ley, the Hh day ol November, inat., (the day ol election) lefi the jail in this village and went to New Voik and di I not return until Thursday of the sasne week No alarm was raised by the jailer or his deputy.- StS>*4 Vv Kenalnlseeneea of the Hcvolutlon. When I wu about twelve years old, my father and family were driven from thi? city, for bein? one of those persons " that dared rebel," one of the old Seventy-Sixers. Atter various moves and re moves, in " those days that tried men a soula. we at last found a temporary retting place in Philadel phia, in the fall of 177!>. 1 then turned my atten tion to a seafaring lite, and embarked in a hand some new ship, called the .Aurora, ol twenty suns. Captain Sutton, boned to E?taua. We left tne cape* (lienlopea,) about the beginning of May, aay the fourth, about meridian. In ?ut hours after, we were captured by the Irie, trigs'*-, Captain Hawk ins, of 32 guns. She was Irom Charleston, with de spatches, carrying news it the capture of that city. W> mudf but little reuiMance, being light in only jour ;>ound< re, und green bauds. We could not reach her. She hull'd us e*rty shot. Mr. John Luboyteaux, our captain ol marine", ot this citjr, wa? killer! by a twelve pound shot; a Mr. William Steel, of New Brunswick, was wcunded, hia right arm broken. We were brought luto New York and the crew dispost d of in tne old Jersey prison ship ; myselt with two more lads were sent home in a tew days, at lean to Elizabeth Town Point. In the fall, my lather procured me a midshipman a appointment to the Trumbull frigate, James Ni cholson, commander, preparing lor a ctuise. ?-he wan a long time filling tor sea, being much oil of order. August the 10th. 1781, meridian, we left Cape May in company with the Royal Louts,* hand some new chip of twenty or twemy-two guns, six pounders, Captain Stephen Decatur, on u cruise, and two or three merchantmen. A;i aoon as we cleared the cape, we saw three sail to the fast ward: they immediately cave chaae to us. Oar captain hailed the Royal Louis, and it wan deter mined to press on- We were assured that he would ?tick to in. We soon perceived they were frigates. The wind was westerly, and "freshing up a few minutes, after, our f< retopmast went oyer the aide, snapped ofi' bv the fore-cap, tore-topsail, and fore topgallant-sail with it; also our main lopgallant S'lil, and all our head sails. This wssabout 4 P. M. Capt. Decatur seeing our situation, hove about, and made the best of his way tor the Capes, and got in, we having no control of our snip, part ot the wreck hanging on our lee; and to add to our misfortunes a heavy iquall arose from the west ward, with thunder and rain. The dav being tar eprnt, a dark night succeeded, as dark as Egypt, anil not wholly clear of the wreck. 1 he enemy we knew were pursuing us, as they knew also we could steer no oilier than before the wind, (though there was not much ol it altar the tquall)._ Put m our dead lights, and used every precaution our commander could possibly invent. Near midnight we perceived the loom t f a vessel of! our larboard quarter. I called to our captain, and pointed to the vessel, he could not see her. and railed to m? to " step below and get my night glasa. By the time he had his glass the ship hailed?Captain Nic holson answered?and immediately pouted into us a broad-side. All hands we re called to quarters, and at it we went, with what guts we could light,and fought between two and three glasses, with one ship under our stern and ihe other alongside. We were compelled "to give up the ship." Our cap tures proved to be the Iris frigate of thirty-two twelves, Captain Dawson, and the sloop ot war General Monk, Captain John Roger*, of eighteen nine pounders. We had ten or twelve killed and about the same Lumber wounded, from the best information "we could get;" how many the Jris had I never heard, nor could we find out correct ly?I heatd at different times she lost her first lieu tenant, and several of her men killed and wound ed ; it was their policy to say as little about it an possible; we prisoners had not means ol infor mation. Onr ship was "roughly handled, towed into this port, New York, condemned as not tea worthy, rotten, hauled into the dock at Rutgers siip, and cut up for fire wood The history of the prison ships, if you have read them, tells the reat, particularly the old Jersey; 1 was well acquainted with her. Uoilt these ships were Eastern built ves sels, the Iris was formerly the Governor Hancock, ( believe from Boston, commanded by Capt. John Manley, "an old daring Rait." The Gen Monk was formerly the Gen. Washington, I think liom Salem, a privateer; they were both Bent to England, coppered and sent back to this port, and captured verv many of our merchantmen, particularly the Iris; she captured me twice on the dayawe sailed. The Monk is the ship Captain Barney captured in the Delaware, when ne commanded the Uyderally ; CongrcBs purchased her, and gave her the old name, the uGcn. Washington,ttic last I Bailed in under his command, and the latt ship in commis sion of our Continental Navy. Captain Barney commanded her from the time he captured her at Cape May in 1781 until 4th April, 17M, then din mantled by order of Robert Morris, our Navy Agen:, Financier, Secretary ot the Navy, Bee. See. Officers of the Trumbull frigate JamesNiehol ?on, Captain ; Mr. Mnltbie, Lieut ; Richard I talc* Second Lieut. ; > Third Lieut ; Capt. Alex ander Murray, Mr. Manifold, Gentlemen Volun teers ; J->hn Morrow, Doctor ; Samuel Morrow, Assistant ; Cnpt Hardy, of Murines ; Mr. ??, Master ; Mr. Maltbie, son ot our Lieutenant; Mr. Haigl.t, of New Jersey; Mr. Caldwell, killed; Mr. Nicholson, Mr. Jacob Bampfr, John Manley, wounded slightly, Midshipmen ; Mr. Langdon, Gunner ; Mr. ???, Boatswain. A MlPSHtPMAN. New York, Nov. 23J, lft-lt. NEW LINK OK LIVERHOOL PACKETS. To sail from Nrw York on the Wth aut! Liverpool Ou Uia 11th of each month. & KHOM NEW YORK. . , Ship KOSCIU8. Captain John Collin*. Kill July. Slop HIDDON8, CapUin K. B. C obb, Kith Auinist. Slop 8HK.KI DAN. Captain K. A. Ur|wvitrr, a>ih lH?.pC Ship OAltlllCK. Captain II I. H. Tm?k, ?th Oct. 1 V'R&M LIVKKI'OOL. ^ , , Ship SHERIDAN, Captain A. I)ej>eystec, 11$ Joly. Slop li.MlKK K. Captain b. I. tl Tfuk, Il?i August. Slop KOSCIU8, Captain John Collin., llth Sept. Ship 81 t)l)ONS, Captain E. B.Cobb, IKh Oet. 'tiliese rlops are all of the first claa., upwards of 1000 tOM, bt ilt in the city of New York, with ?uch nnproTetrianta aa combine gnat >i>ve^i with nnnaual cointort for pa?enKara. Every tare has been taken iu the arrani(ement ol tlieu aeeom modatious. The price ol passage lienca la 111*, for which am plfl atorea will lie provided. These shipa are commanded by Mperieuced masters, who will make every aseiiiun to giva ?e urfat .satisfaction. Ni ilher the < aptains or owner* of the ship. Will be raaponsi ble for any letters, parcela or packages tent by them, nuleaa la yui.ir hills of laden are signed therefor. Kor freight or passage apply to ? . K. K COLLINS It CO.. * South street. New York, Of to &ROWN, 8HIPLBY k CO., LivwiHiol. , letters by the l'ackrta will be charged I2H centa |>er single utter, M cents per ounce, and n?ws|?aptis I cent aach. THE NEW LINK OK LIVEKPtUJL PACKETS. H To sail from New York od the list, and from LItitikioI oa the 6th of rach mouth ,, . ,, , From Nae Vork ?><">'? New Ship LIVERPOOL, 11S0 tons. *{ , J. Kldrnige. Aaf. II Oct. S N. Hhip QUEKN OKTHE WK8T. ; ^yr \\ t 1^50 ton? P. Woodhoui^. 21 Not New Whip ROCHKSTKR, SS0 tOOBi i J{ Asi. S John Bntuin. SOet'r ?t Dec'r ? Ship HOTTINOtJER, 1050 ton., h Kipt. ? Ira Iinrsley. NoT- n Jan^y S Tlieae substantial, fast sailinn, first class Ships, all built in the city of N-W York, are commanded by men of experience and ability, ?n l will ba drs|?tch?d pnnetttally on th? list ol * Vlieir Cabias art eleaant and commodious, and are furuishad with wh.itoTrr cn*i cotiuncc to tN ww anu comfort 01 pum* T? rrirp o< Pwumc^, tMi. _ . .tt v th? or nwnffi of tbm* Hmi>? will o? fftpy iiSI ? f.r *n y pir-li or imckutr* mt by thtm, an lew mrnUf feittf r f h'itni? ?rw tli^Wor. Ur"',h'0,r;vIWtyLL It MirmJRNS, _ t 17 !*V>ath PffW York, o? to F1ICLPI6N, BROTHfla, kCO., |I4 r? LiTorpool. OLD KHTAULIMIIKI) EMIUHfLNT VA88AUK OKMCE 4tfy my m. IHHN ItKRDMAN, II South Mreet, New York. I to nnlie srranir.-m?ni? lo nun* "nt mim.os ft m < ir-at Uritain and lrrland, (ria Lirerpool), ?ho mn be engaged at this .lfRce, or with any of his ^en's in the I Mil'd Stales, on board the n?c|ut .?m>s sailing ,?,l esuy file daj^-and in order to afford VU v. e^Md will ba?e de*|?trk)d sni?rtor American ships in New I oraaaa B.ston/.fary week, during the year. . ... j? ,_j Those .ending for their friands may rely thst1 t * diligent attention will be jho* n ihem ss l|er?t<jfiii?, M l should ?/of th.?M sent for not embark, the moaey wi^l ba refun^d, M ra.loa.rv; and llu.se remitting m.Hiey to . llrafts u.d Bills ITKschanga lor sums to suit, pa>able on #? mind at the following banks. (Without discount or any olhaf rtT'4'(UfANT>-Messr? J. Bait, Son It Co.. Bankers London: I B.rnesi h ? o L~7-"'?. Natioial Vro.beiaJ Baakof l a i p.,?, hn thronghoat ?.ngland and Walsa, York sh& n..Sk. ?d Blanche.; B.rm.ngt-n. B?k,-.C..; 'ill?V'a>l>->i*tV'".l Bank nf Ireland and Branchea, aad ^..leoalBuik oflnduid snd BrantSTTa all tWa principal '"jr."*?x'r?A^vV"?tt'ro^'lVrr.k of Scotlaad aad Branches ..fk llsnliiiig I O in Olasgow and tirmaock. |Vrs*>ns resnliag in Use canti , a?<t wiahiM to send h,? f,??.ts may iruure iU Wem? d.we satisfactorily, on _thjsr Mottia* Ihe MBiMt tlwv wi.h M*t. ?llk lhe name ,t <!,. i. > ui >i wh?n il ii islniMi a draft for tha amo?nt ? ill tS-n lie fur w srde.l per first packet or steamer, and a receipt (.,! itae sawi. r?latfce?l by mail [ ,n.r,M. ,?articular., ay.||^f yj?? ^ WANTKlt KOK. CHAKLKSTON, $?C. - A number of VESSH.S tym IIS to Ml(MM, W t a: TTh. Kk? T, MsTl WsDNnsi sS lw*ie

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