Newspaper of True American, November 3, 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated November 3, 1838 Page 2
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!_ E~~~~-lttK'e;Cil&UNRs le eltdi%, . te.i *eco. .~~~~M~yJ'erk P U~cAe. A Nft" J c pet* i A ottehtei [ eikeclciT.ss u,hcIip Letson OH 'ttaa lfrF, It'a HI. . T etr , sRnMn 4olnt}e., owlqIl t he Pau-o~. Towedl to soa orkWi, !a~reg-ýA'atto.' and it,- Heury. leh W ,in .trti ; e.gi, ,p .hip Intt fkh., Ri.. cititt ci o 'he itgl.cder, Olff tie Bur cl.hlp 9 i 1x 1JJotn | llaud, Dimntm, ].ho, J Penuell. L? tlat. frm u atlcfM uiei, ftrnct the 1P.u . Towed toIn t "JRe.eie ilIght ep hips Try ic Havr. eReport j tb IAelOpJ,,., r let tn lt . ' ' ¾ ecytietejced Shipt). p~ie*f·Iru Hm. .,hiihihci th theas PtiMnbe itt ethipit hip ul olrl T .haivw tf rOtlllell, fromitiWcte .. .etie t .ry. Ii dh.d.ua floh. S % Pall.. II kttrbf tu.n~y tIt diced liteoind, eud Jee hel I op thie tr. o o ship and . brig. 4J il>te tHii _. 4ý IMee~ji9itncd, Waet, 14 days ii. 'ieYe.,k, t, .it..t d i.ohn Holland, Jordni, 15 day. from New York to i *.( aro ·rase't Indi.c. S Jane Reit Mlclntosh, IS day. from Pl'ade.'phia.. .,,Aud tedo.. S-oy; ood, 16 day from New York. II O Amec.. ttaud wdae. etr.c decd e,h. , Ijaa SHbicttihc eii ideyc fcrie Niew Ykte ttie Ateeit hip ohi thdee iatereO t4-days freoi taire, to L H Gale.. o p s'd mdze: *", C* iNnhvillejWbod;tM day front New TYork, to lein. & ,LD.rgo, -'d mdse. `e re:J VeLuard, i14 ddy4 from New york, to i O I A"Metirgo, aa:'II )ndoo, Iett:,Ringleader, tofftmnn.e 4 clyysfeom Iltvane . R GroaPti Ai*<,e.eeg sgar, ciI ffeec.,lgcg. and fruit. Sttcpetr Betoel Rouge, Irwin. fraon Bayou Sara. Binteer L.c,,i: Lc..Ur, frolll Bayot Sea.il, Itbutihr A9It ) , HollanI, iron, St L,eliS. Stei'ler Livietin. Sewecney,, from Fort (dmn. - Steamer Little it.cL. Pennywceight, froa Slleflltlld, eilknIs ,. of k0 Ohioa lulOlg other pon000l al e Guln¢ . Gu (l, ioF., two ' " LF6 na·etltwo r.rrvltll, Gkur. BI1ll, andc srruallt. Copt. Biul tJ. , U. S Ary. , liss Breedlove, Air. WVherton cild eIcv. Jdbt Miidell, Lildy ,ri 3 .iervut.. 10i1 declik ic.eger. No rd elie thtOhio rier. COMMERCIAL, Lateet Dfltes,. tharlton, Oct. ........... i Ot . i....; Nr w York. doi............ett6 Ch (Rnnti, (.ct' c.... o rPhlddslph a do............ 1.7 L.~uivl e, Oct .......... I tlf~te do............... Y7 9 t. Ioui. Oct ........... J4 ieh.O .. i i9 .T.cc ', Pept.......nCI Iecu.tbu, ('Iecee) Aug.33 a ei Pn ". e , ( eP r i O c t . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . I foo Oct.. ... .;... 2' 1 ,`tII1dun..p"t ......... !U! Nas .hiile Otct- .. .. .. 111Or. . Ser ci............ ' 1:1tOI I'S. NEW YORK..Per ship .olisvilnie..717 bhaies lotn,. III pkg. mdi, ;. I I'll hlor, 1 bale, 1fica, eed t elceite clothing, I4 hi. bhee.. I l d.ecr skiu., TEXAS..Pecr brh Jne, ll.iic.. .l; pi Ic lechice y. -- --Per achr Cure..ced Ipr. nt cury --- ---Perschr Wet Illcallc--31U ulct hi.iery. IAVANA-Per brig Ringleader..1c 1 Ii xs il.eag.r 231 Ileg, coffee, suneJry Its cigaces, veecmeuts & fruit. BECEIPTS OF PIROI)UCE. Fort Adams..Por steamor Ltie mc ci,... i00 hnet cieotto, Reynolds, Itru.e & co, 517 dr, Jacei A rmn,... 11, do ,I \WVie &eto, 7? doG 51\ Loe, 215 I.amlelt IIT.cIIIIIIcOc, I:i d. J4 Stark, 85 do Taylor,. ideinr ; cc , Ode Lice, Fotil.ce & co. .!L o8 Wdgt O Ikey, 50Ileldc t itti, ecrri lay & i ..p baggii., 1' BaIrre. Bayou Sari..Per stepecr I.rvant..-ti6 halos tlollte A I.e. ilux i r , o, 7rlo Iccycild., ly - c i:c cu, 37 d , , It I rrt 113 do J 2 MPlech, -co, 33 d (i I l.e ie, .o t,,mt,'h ¢ Whitnom o.. 4i do IV Fhwcer, 5e bdl \VI.hitet e ,,clt do .turk .Watt & ru, Uo dIo A Itivard, & co, oil dIo v 3c Cudrl,, 42 3d i R Oakey, AS do 'el'ylcur.(oar r¢c .3, dil,.ly.o ote a.1t icedocloluxd Alcolell &uo. 1i do,, &J Dc; & c .e :5 ,i, "'Walton " eo,, 1 do Order, 2:1 do, i,,c-I, ,t J* lea & oC, tl t, FollcitiBc.llucq & I)egleic 13 d. IItecueiii . t.r.d.y & co, Il do H i uducuc 1: e o PA ,r, l. l ' do irad cir, .I ilkecil't i' Wright, do Caid well I llcke, 6 do V Il c u: icr & r-., S do KoeIOc e lclvililc; i oux Iot) nuild, Id irl.e & co. I bux J Buiey; ci0eupse nn:l c I0lceol. cIlcr u I olrl tILouid..Pcr steamer ecton..5118 pigs leIc, 00 kegs. ,it, JeU velesic.c 51brill pleal-lhcce.ec o recc, It lcie, - 143 his cotton Burke, \Vrtt R co, 511 horses C B 5 a el;, 4 h.eoree C C Suaerc, 1 1.z tcllledic lls Ocwlnlr i. bard,hi hrces J Tutell, tic cows lla d tt r.CI, rild 14 keis IbuteIr J l SNowell, 5 horses, -L bolbeefl'll d 0 keb b, butt., IVi yla1o y,TOd sack. cotn, If if, 5 u lll l l re J 11111 .l 2 on lit il inL , 3ll 1 0 DI BlpyOU ecra...l' r nitillcr Iltoe Ilouccge..l Iii0 e . "ottn, G O Lece, 121 c'l'u,.lor, ihtri er cc, IIl Ao iccu.i+.h v 107 do Alhaiu & Tl',lmoullt. lull ,Iu iS V Uakry, r7 d1. tify}le 6 &tewart. 83 dc 31 lV iie. 7ii do Butlic, \ i t e S , I. 1e do Ltllttlboth it Tl'lhmnpuu 4 do FtiI n) ¢ co.,:i do P'rvrotx, Arceull & ch , 34 do. Lctivard & toe. 34do c;l.ull d Ilckcy, lj1 jrri. i -gg 4 o, c- I. Ai id.ctell d& co, 8i d i\V, tIg,il do Cocor c " G Illoy, 17 do J,,ll,!, A,, our, Iii .o HE \'oav hee, 13 u 1 ic,,~t uhe, Ilar, I. &. c, i, de ,. et Fireid ,y o. o dc. lc rti le, fi'leas., c cc, i do A cA5ru, &c6 do icr; tuleri, Kiricla " 4 WVriglt 3 do Lnue, i"utitlle " t.OX G Al L·!t, I Illldt Carlllilll ; Ulrldcl. 4 CONUSIIINAicc. e w Yorke..Per ship Iavrce..Brcij 4' Brric , A Iesl A Gi Atee, AlGrcttLceto, Base & Iii ctll, II (irolllllg cu, Wilton & co, Labodio A+ Jneqr1cllln i , clhtrt soull I. Ilt.lol.lal G Gulh. Marsh y co. Coullar, Giri ltl'/, It Adlil,, Curu.ltll. , w AllnKn yde4 cc V Ky D \'iat drllicD , lcucdc l, Ijccic& ii, in.g M.eek, 1 Vince, jr, IBttdlnid co, Y," 010.i0,,Lur A co, it 4arsh c co, Lockrt, Fcran, 6¢ )e.e.re, c rier I'.i e &c co, iccMhLee SLuoe&.Byrne, Adracc, \\4e, c ,, eIIIce,c\',,e.i1 . co, Saluclclater, llllth ch Aurllle., J.lllc " Jfid LtCh1, loreuel A" co, A Lj Crac, Ilarri,- I..u. .., uclcr nd un k,,cii !lacre-Per s',ip Rlchcster, -.-A.,, . uo d Jollh &Bossiere, i Llclrc. ulnd co, AlllelrI,,i Ptel, A 1'hI the, itccid Atccr.. puero, i X C.ciecaid, Ilikerlhied, l'i i e .cer & ,ell, .itkles co. J S lI.ilhvr ' Olllhll, ii Cl ling5 4. tros, 1' ChigC, 1 ]'noul h', P'cl bw, It A: Wierner, .,gL .i (h tsshiot, Ciilal.-, Al/Ili alnl'I'icll~utlot, II Chu "i t lecia, if Alcth, T ,\hnnge,J V'iii,,, I liclw itsis .BJi ditth, iGeorge .old . , l'rsi. i Jc.is cilld c,, (li-J ell acd co, Itokcou c ea :ld lcal. Now Yor~k..Per shi p lassl Ili I:..". 1lurkllrr, Stnrl(., & rn Birosder, Msi.,.4., & 4l~tjht, 11 & V1' 11,1.,.,,. \V 1 .11.4,1 gcdno. Hyd > C. s,.,k,Y It "l. l4 llli. , J. q.,. ine,E Julius er ru, E & J AnLewa,* J I" : P.-se:.. J 11 F~11;L & co, RlI arnaue. \V11 urn4.4,.y 4 IVl,.4. 1111. & .4V., a , Ceit & Fo, C..rrjln,, I...,,, 4. J III.,4n',,Csh, ',,, lIt sotehkiss., J BailIy, J & De,,.yer ta ,,der. New Yurk-Par skl,4 Nashlville.. Pl,,s & Sllnl,,, III,,ucl Fnudres,.Clapp p& o, t) feeI a s,, IIU.". & C,,h,.., .1,114sa tiote, Mi Whit, .,,,4 slA' dli,... S,'1lo,,ud Ar.e, ll,,l R Cle.,s, C Uuw1e, sd.44 uud V,,h,.,, Slu.,,n'., l:l,,,4., O1, 1'5sc e Jl, Jones .ud c , GluierT11 .11.14a, N ,,d JtLLtk nud co, B, nudes, 3 1r Kenn, and VV I Iiillll, ·\lllitlll, 1·.ik & c Davsner s,5.suc. Ih..NII}" lhS ,Is, ll d,,, Suh.neI ,'&it , co, Sluetield Ibli,,, s, V ' g,,I,,l J 31 1I1, Dlubbi,, ll,,A " 'srswlr s arerud cF o ,~ 1' SI..l w .4 S,e, ItCs ,;,T ,I (iReync, olld lo, srd illso. 8. V.,1,,, .,l le, {I\,,, L .l ,1d . No; med l st1el0, J 1 Lal'n,,11 Ie.} nal,,:II l.4, nu cos .fhoray Hebert .,,, Illellulllx, 1V'nte III11 nud co, U· i~ilU, · ~rllC and co, KiV.,n, Ase~no,, v .15 R'asta., T55,11.. WI Pley, o Turner aSd %Vsedrsd' E Sluul lal cs.. Uufulr uud cu, 9:dRe uolde, BY"", said ,o, St. Jelhll and illrr, L Chstendeno n or -eand cu, 555.rl4, I S tlur 0,..,. I..lnt. ,III ,. I Jd I s., k 8 A Bllden, Itlsnc uud, .sI,.ds , V1' 11.'.1,,:a l . *a,1S ton anld co, GO~ Habcuck, Hrdr, Vatic uad ro, CI)(\a1 V·.lleC YoNmrn ad c.o I.lltt. l.l',, uaidll :. A Girnt 1nIu,! ,'.A . Medley, D~iilll ltd l'oal bridge, .\ Ir~lý ur. Iturlc. ).;l(I ad Uc , TIlieun. rJ \V. SS',,s. .4.. ll. 01.. 'lillil 54 J414 Rsed I,,1 Io, .m~evrr, n d1 5' eau.Io'.nd B~l ..lle.l, A cobll5rth Lubldie, Jsh,&i alinn .,4l .ivel, ',Il , (I'llrlu, Pontand Nul ti, 3.lcldi 0!d .o, .'ull1 1,14 nud I'rc L4'lull sid elno, W i , .uml .'t, nd.1 urle.,r. New York.. p,"rrhi I)Tr~ ··-..Car glit'sl I111I· to It 0 Antes, 1 Lawreono, uad 5V L el j4A,,ll I,. ,ii ., 31..,, I t and . I55 l glli. Brother., J CI Fil, It. 5.1,,b. DuII I :, n ll Il I) uk Lawds R,'rl, asnd co, YI, .4,n, I%'I'l,. II a..' ello Ii Jo co, N s~ges~ t ItandJ CrrllJ A('I yIro,3lola M O LUnslug and cu, l; d 4 tanuý, ,:.+Irr, 1 U \111 s, J 1: 1'u - Cell, wsmaa, !'not aod Ko. IlIs a. 44 ti; rll~ltl . Pu·1 ud Turp~iu, nlly op a lcl'raekell, Ilarl, VV'utt uud rscu 11 1!, 1111 Harnett, Jndms o,s5,..d c ,lI U,,,14,,,o , JC .1r,l .'rt",,, Jlea, men, C' C Stona,'l'lrr lllr uuld 1V'u,,,b ut!, Ms, slill, Wiles andnlll o, lS 1V Blh:, s ri.,,, Ilr4o,,,, ,45 WC111S1 Johu,'. jhllil St John HIII FIIIIIC 1 ;Tlll~l· fops, Taws,, I- lll1 Cn I) FI'l' , 111 J ,s Forsh. th d I.I el, I, , J Blaclw,"II ~,,d F'. Wo", d, in,,,, R0d 00, ,I L Dougnojrlj . sd t, e d C.1, .4,JL 3l 'ed, ll a., Lath Rod no olonh odl. Usd1,..,;,l. I Il,.,,,l l a,,d Ii.,lsdl , , *, 1)n-. J ew .uk,Y..rs -l'.r anhip du, MDolry 11,o,,1Wn ,d- 1,sndi, loat esd co, Siillltlr u sir c., odN-,, 1-4 Ii. 1) Hyde an so. upyde Colstock and l..k, &ucr~tt il I., insl' dal onbato.. S dlLSxonhe, Taalg Osb~ 15nk, ,Isr},Jh ~l JoRirer, LotF Iagdl'cs!, jI no buwslI, a It, j 55ea-ues uud co, Lpndr1 Zols l co, & .rpuue luI Ihr.,,ull ud e A E CrYneoprek-Perrli John icolI.,nd-f SI s. w, at o, S&n.'s nld I I or, &'iulrt c l ill ~hl ll, 11I t)I IIuIbI. nl and no, Pmcku lrs,l' NII1d d and en, JllnI, 111 1s01, J Il Itlrlllllil blcqs~,,V F d.,eelo, seg a~-nd tV' Is Ii- in.' .l uud,. Thather, JC Psxuuo. & ejlsed Iae l r1.a. d I&,'A g. 21,111 01.nd ,Booglesrly' J cn.pF. r, J heo.,l a,,. ro. I!.,1,le e,,d hew. n A Casn, W qsuik, , It cee said ,s, J F.,ol ll.. lir ill-. SLdlles, salton sud glBeat Ip, seeer, l.ill. "he, and n isrI,, Darresn nd eo, lrtarm end cl iti lyde end,, g dri .h rairepl, Pearend Northca, onP c .r n, ll's·. I',sod 1. beshss cadsho.,.p BSl... Crnohlrlyllll Ia I V .,V ''~ d and eo drs r 11. a. A Bark, Breeder, 31 Kenna u,! W6,111. i W lStnton andph ci eirna.ssrl Iilr,,ec-. I Ts.wletss 10 siqnalesJ ro J F 0, bivre' s V. rte alnl 'I. el c4.e and Grist, Whling and Sink. Uubrrl txIet, Ilanrrid , Lyn.r sad no Jarvise andsole c C Cappj. adi11 rr, I', e., t, Jonri a bed an Tdylor and js rslc ., lc sillllull auJ Ili oll.,jhrtlra sod dgloc nisd order. Nrw,,Yura-Per ship Mllryphis, lnd-oJ Ik ,I ll & c in C ot & co, louieds , eireie &i bu,,I.r IsIllhn lave! w'inlelunr, odrtey, & lads d !n o i, dlllys & co, a g bl'dncl corJ, s lukI, Is css brus., &1 a11, kdg, it] ·I!Bpp)rd, I)lnIes & jj Ihltune, ,s 'lrh 'A' ,is ttmn C c eatomacl! & co, king & mtlasks, a w luakev, lawrence F no, dl a sedee erw , raod.,r, o so. griSelh harahs, a gralot & ck , j Ie, d flr, & co, callI !anre, achto ie d s, gross ed r bsnll. New York-Per ship John h rolled-ellilZ ll g. wood E Rimme esd hwloerd,,, & ssloPseoy aull"rmor bellseq &r dcrgrlos, a e crane' w it skeanl, p grulllr· , ;Ijugherty`&, co,, I bench and c u, boxed an sld haw.v thorn, Its quick, tit nee! anti cu, s stud j I, Bcl illPy) t4qic annd arurent, I arclarri..s r and. el voo.rheIA iiadare' Ile, jDchrisien, gessm and esdII, a iiisslsonod Whitnedy, sloomh and co, hvde and gi5odrici, a & j ragerts, c girsud, j rca, a c cranec, hlllrs and wit. termen,leplag W and br, lods and r seAnmol, Iens, bash and thompa,· n r r celur, yIenIltIIRII, Srad oAde wheaite and co, gale lnand itr,, g aaud and co, and rode,, ) Pbil dslphi· -Per Jataes Roes-- hsccl 11-Ism to dqle adco, w a oliv.:r, wnllltl and co.,a bI s, itadala ad barons lll , canner at,d grtdley, je t andis) ag hewas, w e hIieuas and co, Linnete osag ioR lo anenr etu,,l , end cu, pvl rou~x, and eqlr logkn t, feared, dsoegbre, bars lubat u, a ta'laad oj p~ricer, a: j,.llll, c b) rote beadburatsidles, j It leviLisl , lillillnbellUCq and depntor, It and j diet, and ea~, I aiirin and co, a" at 9Aatpoke ,w m beat, taylur deway and ao tg fay ·r c bog"'Lt and hIwilru urlur j orusour. s ·jmlenll"to, It end w honpkies,, buck uu t &,d Juiered anld barutaw, altos b iiratt, bars Ijl wlkrn, gudfrey, ·Iawrie and !smnall, !yens khjJ Y, to st d 'o1C aturncl , auto lt,,,upsu , brdga, .s~s'ato co, jarv!· and ocldrews,, brander, Ilnckten .JIC Uid:*wrigqhi armour lake and wuller, l a h~relli ask qtgo,, 71 los nd co~, a great and ca, layer andd aCtallfi,derieand hnbarl,starkreysad whitting.l Mira,' hue~is rind hawllroril gas coutupany, armour PASSENGERS. t.,w teesrAlton.. Martin Poers and ldy, L d lay, JB lLnvraa^_e and lady, M r DauFlus and Q. nd tnally, Mr Erwin Rod family, a V Hite.. tr iy La ingtn, SWates, WM hel and s'vr*, tat Ja Lee, W Winston, JosephStanley, B i, icbhorllon, Ur 1!artuu, U~r A~ der $-'`" Jb n ltr lahale. Mr Gil.Isu W l.udbuller, Johnr ea,=J. em arvtJ a Qart,, J C Ulcktwu, JI r, y Caenlma H Simvua Julia Grevor. )umc. taatas,t Uslmh, acley Mr htaym,; J hals dgarneo, iV J . i jJo aoJ A Trarle:1K4 l Bllack, 5 BwWritghI iicCalloy, J ý lrvey. , Hare.PeP al` r Leva.nt ..Q A Hardwick, a o' s I ain, I1 T Christmes Marn, L Turner and 2-'Vt*, Dlmofll and S girl, A Uonward, Hlesquelry..o Knerlse Chls StWLrt; EugeneaLabote & .'st,C C C Fdrtr, Johb Bury, II oore, Lp Tower, J D Smilh, Dr I.a ato, T illaman,o J . Blluc .gham, J iovl, M Riley, Davrnay, lady anid 2 mnu. La.usx, boy mand s'vt, Ofe, J a nnon, ( 'o , oodrufJ, G L Dumber, W Wagan, P Deslpau, (so Bean.. M H .nington, J Iewll ,lady, children aund 4 s'vats, Mr Ilall and srvt, lr H Stk, Miss Turner, Iri Monier. Sils Iivir.rrln, M Ji.ley. lady, urnase nnd 2 s',s. Ilsad Boresry, lMad DIbolldet. child A 'vt,Miu FIlanigan. I Csodbey. Fersry, J B toy nod lady, Callot, L Aillr, and 2 r'al., C Colnrl(,sl ,'vt, Mr Neveos & lady, Do nux * laely. MIaid Millt. Micss Mriago, Mrs Oobtirgy. Mr Dutrillors. Mir VitLoria, Bailey, J Espo., ,lrs IDeArms,, 3 daugsters, J F Stott, Mr Sheppard. Josenph, (Gtltinr. P' (;ruod. Bayou Rcar., Per stealmer Iltalon HRugo..licrml Sanh.;ez,. Wm I.adur, Zugr, G W Motram,. lI..lcaoryon, J I llr.ne. W Jones, E. Osborne, Robert nawso,, Dunorlr Blue, PL Andrewsr, and Inldy..4 on deck. New York..pr slhip Ncalhville..W Van Wycke. N k Levy, Auertl I' Perk, C W. Lyon, iV D lil'trhoc (t Scldll.t. (i IIa 'l'ylor,, J Strnsn, 1I Haowle)y. J T'lly, W F Atesr, V H Nornth,(C lRns,:hedtl. F J ernrlll . Iless.J G Robinson andt child. Miss Pontllov and serallt, A its I'oulln:y. S \I' I,. ontlt, Lady, 3 chillren al, sl ralL, J II l[,ll Lady 2 Chil dren sil.c Ia, o tl, o:lt.tr l'-osp..r,. n d l d4 ,il thile ,t ''r',,'. Fou r . I.r tl,,,,, .. or lll' r Iiiri. gto...s IV 1lluLotet, Bturns, I II lrasiPr., J Chik., WVl,, Alilh. Ne'w Yo-rk-- Plr'.lip HIVre--Ir Bioren, Warn Pink rev, Airs Lrvrlanor id sn, l, or Ullrllli, aso ndr co, l1r So bmnnnn and ha1h and 3 d,,; G I .l),upr, llI Johnson, Ai~a ri rnlo, J C o l S. .tt,; N 11 oIIiLper, J .l.ee, Mr .anlie-, Mr I.eedsrr, (; Bultlor. Cl DS,,nr, , J 'l'ell'r,Johr llX \'il cox, Mr \r1 oton-t'5 teragr. New T"rk-P'er ship "'Sro,--Jutcot Witlox, lay, chil' and sovN W C Clark, lady, child ,atd svltn Jolt; Mull!o'n, ,Vaeitr 11]trlngldol,, J F" Dor'ry.Cnler, e LSi lbni, \V litevons, Wm I'tobodpl, \ E Bakcr, 18 steerage. Cabin prsornoers on board ship Mary [owland, from New York. AIr A ltarI and lady; 5|r A IIall and lid7; ire Lyon, rerrnnt and two children; Nlias Vnnavoton; .Mrs Abit; Mnr Cook and servant; Mr S I'orgey; Mr inaml T.rieg ; Mr Rush; Nr(:Csh; Mr Allen; MllrH Peterrs; II Tl'lott; Mr Shiells; Mr Iuseado, andl one ltntred and irwenty in the otrerlaa. iPas.rengerr on board the altip John lowlnand, f,",n NoW York. JIID..,l i-; MrBorr. ir Skipw(ol; Mr Irppin eott; Mrr nealv; MIr Rshi:rr, and Iwo Ihundrrd and auwunty.five is Ile elecr._,e. OII+MOILANDIA, .l.l.to..r It.o Itr St . ,ofuis o. itr. Il, 21. l n; I.,.ld bl every ,iolh oil o1.1 )n nat Ofo UlWatl.elr .ad rfg; Il2 Prnnin tOhtrnino Ho'rr I,'rrim,'ok br r. n Ionr way lip; nrt Pownee, Brazil, a.d Ii 3Lt,13, 11'0 miles bp' hr 'v St Louls; nlo·L Vandalao at Poolln'" I a'olt: l. I ,l,,itnn sl Ilin, 7r; ,l.nllJi at 1Or ; I,ittl, Rtad at .. irt 'li; ltltd; Kt kel ho "kor at orGnnd (Ot; t'al. t art P ula, (;firot; S.'nt In.o .1 It.,,1you 'Pat.,'a Mad ,, at Force aiver; Iteolo t 'ocrer, Port.; IV I, l.ohestonornd 5 ;,ls a,',oso Vlo'k[ tI,,r; Il'.o,''o s1oloned aId , k on htrP Kay d oll 0 il ilrt, below t ,louis Ib:r hllull aill b a ltola lln7rp. .I 25--Horre 1. Ap:loloer, ''ollnsi, norN o to sail illlllelt ollo' 21;, err ntlu ,,i , Si .lnI'' . froom N IS ; soilted It teh n'r, ,wen. f U U, Union, I,,,tic, N O; (ltirtl 'rThrr( v. dl-.';lore,,',. M;lora- th'., 1It, ýeo.-- ,i'el.d Jooireit 1.5 0,b, lionil. N O; lI)uo Fro,.s, an,1 C,,arleo Eollnods, of N O, to ail inan distoly. Ihon',tr, d O'x ~p'tl---Arr oharlel. llrowlrr, from N O. Ahrivnt ,I atN, York' 'otl obt, lt,'tso litoronody, Rocett, Ilire. "!d (/rt, withb mllee.e to (, oltnn, Fns 9' I. vtnffton,. , ,1t 0 s 0is I .i lll , a.\lt.on. N Yor l,.,n1 Onr: a'lam, I ,'()r L ai;. 5lh; olrla , rP .''clo. t..d l I1t1,; Aidtew ' o t rl,lt, Oltoli ,dr, 51 t, (' ,~1, Tim, '1"hop,1, d 111; M1 totm,,'rv, ' ra'r. 31n1 le. 1 ib rV In,, rll -.. .. tllll , Illli alill l niN 1-'on S r, ') itle/ I I I: ', : tl , ' N o l I r, 3 h1 o i , t,,noyI o Ho I n oil (lt Sol , 3o0k..okll ip(nd ( il-on1toot ii l r to.tot nI T0'r Sthublul'cl a dl l bol nii to 1 NP,, tlr\ b \j.. - I- o k b.a ll r , 1,. nlt addfrohl. i ol+rfolk, bos.' ,~S,,,;,riol, ('rztIn oeek, S r h, ,io o+f w'ar lBo-to'n ow K' K ,-.v V't framl "!'l lpnl ]tail el a trolisU-lpivkdl, 3ec n m enlt' inl all open'J hoot nllKel" :vV(st -tlahdv, whllpl 5001 nrr, jlpn'd aovr o l 'td- anlrwar dlrll.wl-o'll di"' rlNlltlllllil l uninl's- no enuII e ull l ld P I s sintled 6Ir Iher ,(eoit- .,,; Rte was Illedrli. Th'be two IeiP. I SthLe lln ait tilt sliltl rullbl Pd IIhI i 'Il; e It. n. off. . A RKE+TS. STO(CK I'X(ll.n'n.a rLdnn lhpt 29, 1.2 o' Ock. There is ll uttolng doinlg. (l1 itol, ur,, 9:11 t,) il for [Mlllsl., and 9. to, t for L. 0,,, ,l. 'l :x'llO llr hill, 6+(· to+ 7,t p 1 III i ;, ,,'det ern tn rill tlrr Irrl211 lllmlar' yl ,tr(nov o,,ort o ",lthoollo IIv lllr 3 U1ait+,,l st;ate a S :u , lli t ar,,: F'ive. [p>111,I .LPerlil, .1 Al .l] S9 3 to ; A a A l ulllll , +3 to 84"; l ll i~l.'n.' o t; l[ J[ nrillP's . Io to I.: l n t ollli ll ,i o. lioa nlpprl 9; ehio, s .1; 11 h1 Fies, New. York,9 'h! to!5; Franlll t. v, tlla+ 9:1 to 90; lI S all; k Shares. i n :,' I',. r 2.i a d; t. tO , New Yolk o, it y {o , Sto 9o; SlXr., VirLoh ni . ca nIs. O ti- I - r lcr ce0 , 110 t 45 30; uolr Io 101 27; llrec do 0 75i .' IlNona ,l|t. Srept, tO'S. 1. ,l had a onond dtnl,'t, for (ltlno nol o, 17i . hbut o, r ne , lO t hoar sol:e. rnll,llrned o(uo.t. Sto .II lll day0prr ,,, ISc l O r ,lock g, d,(-r l.i,,.' .I l,l nott, ly ill tl, I llds nf the IT S I, Itnak ffginlti, w ho wa^+lil as all lotblr holders, are ve+ry ~lulu S(t1ir .rt;.t r 21,i.. lc Snptrlllllr 29. 'OTTON. Review t f Rr th weekt : t ' tiloori,,'d !11112 hh, 5l ;11.":i-I" h', I.." : ;ol Ioooot 2 il ana at0 F:13 to 10:; lio. Mb511e at 1t l, c , llt:o:, . 1: ', IIoon:.:n07 i' 3 t 1 , . I I, k .t ' 'Oto,;,I 'l ( ito'l,' 1 .;`I+' t h ;, o lh" Ct,", f'or otr, ll 132i1'a oo oolot I 0 '''s Iio . A 001" I ',i sr,r sOtn l S,' i y l3, Ito .. ('onli'e has b, na I t,,. d, mailud; 1':10 hags I ayti. 51} tor 5:'1. Y hi s t he + day: : .t. b d+' (1t1, t, , ..1.0 r,. 00 a, .+h d.('o' t ,e I it 0 ,.las,.l lt:lllad hlb,l .i .at 1t0 0.3 r no,ro; cr,'v ('o. It. 1t .4 ,; .............,........ . .... o d ,.. ,,n,o'.; ' G ':;:, It Ic 1- I lllllay . ,,, ,,f; nld t I . J tl+ t , w , +r . r r P ' (- '+OEE -'J'h{*rP h+Ioim I hll a ti'.' l ell vil; itre Ina( r "tltl. ,als o, dllltlr h r" ol nr l tlt.ll. ;,Ill "I,.'llln. ilt rdtolll I(I,+,,r r . ,urart t 5 tgood llllllaty II1 n Ull. l golold at ,14 t It} C' lt ti r h o nd L a i ntdI.r N,.w' 'teakn , 11rt.2fi C 1Tol . - ..'lhr1' m rl t )1'1,. P1, lihti. ·ll i ltl",, :I li lm r, ir m" ,o day. Al.. .u1 five band rlll .ll s to an 111· ll.r. inlr llil) Tic , A I ic iiket filii cIEPUB iLIC N. get h l.,.bl llll..etp l. ill h,: re ' tl akell , in Ipcea h; fiir I e.ific. i or I)Ir lEI i, Ilvin; Ii I ) tilll1 'Irtii l ed nrcomom,,dxlioo. Ialq v o Il .ard ptlr..i;lh o Iho \Va _v| i l; (' .nIt) F, NOTIyu'E. [[."P'l lhr s.h; Ip l.,.wr, ("] i)Ir ()wen . rom hoveriI.v i. , irch m-._. m,.r th, alil ]- da~l. Cnnsi,. n,,m, will p,.ale . I oat th n ,ir riil w ilhout delay, and attend II"; I (II 6( I,11 ' , nov3 93 1'..l . t S- - Sl INI;, [Lc'lcron schip Ililah, on, lIox, icmki d Norris & Co. No. 3; w Iloei r I ai s the Ian:e , ill pIIl'as Io no llce to 3'S L J ' W\IIITNIE, nvav' 8 Conti st Y ( ;t\' I .'ll 'll ' !t'f )i tiii ;lll: i 'lll iNe ! I i-c-ic iiC "O ill ert nt o. rte , in eintiz)+l£' dr. t and wi .l wl o rd, oi n .Ih plo tl r :il t Nh . v infanlt, nlh h i I ct 3 ,,"orkhl . I. te 1. ] an il a r1 ano t r't(nal, b low. olo T lr i i, - c)lr il 1l. i Af r the drill I l tr rhnl, a d of Pe reat and ino ,)ral. It , w r, ter, f Cia pI. (IroIi- , J HirN ( flIr-u N, n.v,31) (" S " I. r rl .III i: i - In h .li -.,." re 't illYii inviu ed i aleni aic - 1I ilt li nf 1RW IR 'Ai N . F hI I l prI ' i fc i f i i li cr -dil- i (- I i t,, ci eri ha 11'h h',roer uf 1'~hci, idi i-u-ne 'ir-iit guir de0 I o I (ii.\II li \nillc 11 .3 , c11 .1 .1 ,i0 i 7u rl flsll ii , ir -it h Iis th lla l hC ir s infor)11 ; ti e I s. D ,e,, lh l he hT.U r.ir.c.d per shil p, at rvfnll gp N1c,1 l : l Aiu Iii i od wine i11ii ,hi looa and r ig' i nilh~T l i P lii, l Puucwih r. ,'%alldan -px t I iiisir,i opeiil ,iin':l rc ady I ro exam 10tmnll or .M nd,ty ,1 I ,r n.,h l ntt. " I ) VII (t)rI.EI' . CO nolvi , .iý o , ih f iur c c- k cticIc12 5 - r barrel, t XCr IAN ci il l'; thoin kr - c a ll -d - (;lil] I' i IhIeIto,' " ( nll ll l1 v iln.i .) '7 ' Iat ,n, n a h vi li seiori ql ,lity l IeC I BIIIiE t . CO& no.i 1 ( I c lienzit. r. g in , I,, fc Iiri niu qculiv-., I l recivel I a fliw rc am • of.'ro suprir 1 lu eh , r I-I ofsl e Paper, m lediu ,n, rt l atle ing p +iw ial ,ize ., f1,. , - I,V I) 1 VII FeIap I fl.'& c' , nd Vc lli-n e Ic ,. Iw Y boxrc eStatiner I1lall, I I-e l f iced \h'r'h'(i - t'i - iI 'cpcciic li E pc lilion ie hisurc, eceii ci'a Cuclt-n lir, icrccch, hii i liv I).\II ) F'La i'T &" Ct), A tAIi N c I ork o Sl llnr- I1i- , cuctiuIANItre, o 3 l.lagiu, fur l- I A e I.i..np |al~llr '; n IIIP i- CO, n t',:1 4 " .,i-nI ,E E , L (1 I;. (-- , I /U/1. ELL & d I ,uirilr qal o1, lJ qe ily, Iandiig iaro sl ip l - , e d fbr nova :34 Commnon 0t IlTansion House Hotel BALL ROOK. -No. ,22 N. LEe,d o SL GV 1eorge I lb s I, u ig fro usius p lce ro hi a AD lI~l ISAACLL. 'IIDGE &i c CO.i IIAVANA r dea l Ii.- h ll amud lc r n, Box Surp Ss c eggiled ilicer . of tc l Pl IL.eN. ci). 17. lhe hasl outraged offi~ers of it! Police. Let. 17. TRnUE AMERICAN OrritOCt . in 20 2'a u a Wr K , iTh s "''ir In conneetion with this Ofice is a as SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE " FOR THE PRINTINO Os Pamphlets Blank Checks Catalogues Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Receipts, b' Legal Notices, Auction Bills, I Bill Forms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Circulars, Ansd every descriptions ofJob Work thal t h tmny ber required. f TTh''hr proprietor respectfully calls the attention of w the publi to te llabove Card, and assures them that oil work intrusted to his care shall be clone at the short- th eat notice, in a style urnsrurpuisseTod inl this city, and A at the l:sest ratel s, m TIlE '[RUE iAM RICi N. . I'ilEIID HIY JtIo t.IR lisoN. FAITI.FL'L AND BOLD. NE_. V OI-LEAA : SATURD)AY, NOVEMBER ,3. 1s,3. i STEAM SHIPS. Where are our public spirited men? loas the a late Irisis entirely crushed their entrerprize? Do ti we intend to sit s.ill and let New York run away c with the prize? W\e ask these questions with a a view to ascertain, whether, we are to make no effort whatever to secure to our city the immnlnse advantages of sea sltesa navigation. From the a ipathy manifrered by our citizeUs, it would seem that nothing can rouse then from tie lethargy produced by the mliserable mal-administration of the general erler nment. It is of no use to relret the past. To say, that, had it not been for the commercial crisis of 1837.; we should have had the honor of first crossing the Atlantic by the aid f ' steam is a poor consolation, at this late day, when the merit of the achieverment belongs to the Er glish. It remains fr the people of this city and state to corne forward at once ill the caulse of Atlantic Steamt Navigation and to assort the dig. 'ity and superiority of N,,e Orleans as the Elmpt, riurm of the great Soruth and Woest. Will they do s,, Wtl they, with a culpable carelessness, let New York teo on irreeaine and growving Iupon our strrngrh and re;ping the rich harvest of our ctor merce nnd trade? I)o we not see the effect of such a enur.r? Whiio we rers satislied with it, the New Yorkerrs have a right to tuuut uo with l ur dvrpnd. ance up n tIhir earet ciry. Whcn New York, from her position, dependedi upon commlnullllcation with Eourope by means of a salling marine, there oas no plower i America that could have deprived her of the precedence She had and has now a line of pneket ships not equalled by cay in thie world; whethoer we look at the vessels or their Captains. A climate like that of New York, combined vith a harbor accessible at all seasonsl is necessary to sustain a heavy mcr. chant marineo Not so with steam ships. On the very horur ill hich tire Sirius cast anchor off tihe Battery and proved the practicability of Atlantic Stearn Navigation, the sceptre of mer cantile and money power pased frolll tre handsl of the (Gothiamttes. Slcatlt difluses twealth, trot concentraltr it. A direct trade can be estaolshed writh Europe from any port ol the Atlantic by oeans of this powerful agent. It will brak oeo to tally all the existing relrlions of trade. The Ircre dulouus will laugh at this prediction, but a low years will sullice to verily it. All our desire is, to see our own city take time by the forcloc k and get her steam ships to ply direct between this port and Liverpool or Lndon. \e now pay iyn the shape of taxes to New York uporn our s oney and cotton opcrationls ill six monlths teln lilne thle amount which it would take to construct two such vossrlI as the iUitislt Queen. I\'WIat then? Would it not be wisdom to enlbark in a scheme tlia would place us within ttrtenty days il Liverpool, and save to our pockelts lillions and mlake us il dependent of the New York cnltrpotl The Bsritish Queen is B0a21 tons burthen and when lull loaded draws 16 fet waoter. \\'ero she to visit our city sho could pass over the bar nr ithe Ilaliza wtlh 13 lect draught. \VhtiIch is the best route,--i.at Irum Liverpll, l to New York or that from liverpool to New Oilans?! All practical and uinprojudiced suoamuen wal tell you that ihe laetter is the berst. With a comparatively calm sea untlil you approach the Western l lands, such a vessel as the Queen could make twvlvt miles an hour easily and that too day after day. Bly toucling at lHavana, the great eicanoitle ton teresti of Great lrltain and tile conoonent wouil be benefirted to ao extent calculated with tha data we have at hand now. Look at the adrauntagewhielh would be enjoyed by the world at large, if the gcvat spleei nart of llavanl could Ie placed wilthin sixteeu dtya distnloce of Eoglond ! ut thllis is a consideration of little conequene, compa red with the illlllelnse advar nages to this i lSouthert cotnl try, by establishing a direct counnonication with the English cotton spinner. Now, New York owes one half of lier prosperilt to being tile Itmoney mlrketol tohe South \VeOt. Vthih i sternt ship lite, running regularly to England in twenty or twlllnty-five days, tlhe heavy Iusi ileso done on WarlI stlert in our bille, inegotiable paper, and bauk money would ih done in our city. TI.is is ir subject we meanll to pursue until solethlill be donet to assert our nlollied independence of New York. Sti.llm i, tile ageat that alone can effect this dcosirable otject. Let tile watch wordt, therefore, be witl every citizenl-STE.a SIorPs to Eureope-and let to lman rest fr m his labors till steamc hips shall sail regularly every Ialof lontlh to Iondon or Liverpool. \Ve klowr' thillt Ihe [British & Amllerican stelrn navigation company of Ltol don will second our eflorts Th v ha one million pounds sterling .uhacribied i t d lpaid ul,, tad if we should wart funds, they will put us in a way to get them at five per cent. interest per annumlll. rlore ion 3lonrdavy. Emigrating Iadins.--'l'wo schooners arrived yes terday Fel'llsl Talrpa iy, having on board betwerna 300 and O00 inrdians. ThesriryllUners were towed 1up by tile " Ltodney," and the ildiaoso landed oil the o1pr1liCte site of the river, a little above thie seeonld Iornicipality fr- c ry, where they are Iloot enenilpId. (E A Lecture on Educetion "ill be delivernd This vening, by Lucious C. L)outcao., in te ethodist churel, I, 'orner of loydras aod Cnroodelet. NE\\' lOOKS. We have been f:voi-d by E. Johns & Co. with quite a libraryof fresh work, some of which are an honor to the trade in the aunller of their getting up), as all are creditable to tith genius of their authors for their inward 'Ihe ll' iks of L. E. L.-This is one of Ith nmst elegant works evtr issued tlra the A 'terianl pres. II is royal nrtaoo,thll vitn two volm "a i.,l one, Icontaining tile entire works f that moat elegalt, and poetic writet, Miss Landin. II im antst a library ofplotry, rmlance, and lierature i itself. The " Imprt'isatrtre," Fran cenco Carrrn, ndl Ethel C'hurchill, atre of theil eln- a alone spcilllels such las .we' or lomnl other ella show. " Health andl Beaty," a smnall wk by I)r. John Bell, but like a rare casket, though small, it is full of gems. It is ll explanation of the laws of gnowth anl exercise, by whi)h beauty can he alImost insured, and del)rmity aviided, as founlded on thel knowidge of one ofthe firt nlrgeonu in the worlld. "Oddities of l.ndon Life " The very name of this book,and its writer, ' the author of Little Ped lington," speaks of fun and frohe rarely mnel wilh in 2 nsmall volumes, "T''he lit o' trilin,r " and other tales, in 2 vol. uines, consist of less Ilan twenrty well told stories principally of Irish life, and when we state that they are from the len of .lr. lnallm, the au thor of Dantn &' Pythias, the tales of the O'llara Family &e,' all who ever read those exquisite works will agree that any further commendation of his last bit o' wrilin is quite unnecessary. Roytlon Guwer, or the dayls of Kitng John" is a well written romance by Thomas Miller, a very favorite author in this school of writing. It treats of a period replete with intorest, and incident: of men with whose names, and deeds we are all la amiliar: and it vividly renews the enjoyments of ear. ly days while revellhng with the freihtness of youth in all the romance of hirto y. We heartily commend them to the perusal of all readers of good taste, and to all who wish a do lightful relaxation after the toils, and currs of bu siness. -t-7Little as.we are disposedto noticrthe P.icayne, fa in any way, we cannot souflr it silently to folst its in- st ninuations of yesterday, or to throw upon our shoulder the onus of its own egotistical blunders-blunders so stupid, if not malignant. Without inquiry, without ti search-on the simple assertion of an interested, if not It nceosed party, uncorrobelrred by circumstances, snd C unvouched by witnesses, the sound judgment of the i sensible Picayune suffers itself to he so carried away to by self-importance as to idnulge in tile following gross II Inoguage to the chief megietrate of our municipality I and tile police who act under his authority: " DeLs Recorder Baldwin know that a most outrage oua robbery has token place under cover of a warrant blaring hIls ainatore o Is lie aware that for te last f dIy or two i strong frelirg of indignation has been ex cited among a lody of respectable citizens, speaking t foreiigo language i ctizoens whose friondship is well worth securitiug, but whose enmity may hbe dangerous. Siuch is the tone of threat and intimidation used by ] the Picayune, frnsooth! to the Recorder! and upon ouclh grounds as we have adverted to above. " It is a most disgracefrtld afjir," adds thin very competent censor of pulblic man and public nets: yet mark its ab ject, manner, and words. when its officious meddling is I rebuked, when its gross ignorance is exposed. " We are now," says the Picayune ofyesterday, " well satisfied by tih fhcts set forth to us by these official gentlemnn, as well as in thie affidarits of respeetable citizens and in other documents, that tile statements made to us on Wednesday night, (which we partially promised to publish,) were incorrect. The warrant un der which the house was searched, anrd which we had thought was probably a forgery, was genuine. A re spectalie merchant on Mogazine street who was present oat the search, has testified that the officer engaged con ducted himself with tlhe utmost propriety-articles of clothrig were folnd in the house not belonging to it and they have been recognized as stolen property. Were this nil; did the Picayune only make a candid apology for an inadvertent error-stupid and unbecoming as are its unwarranted language, and censure of our respected magistrate, and his officers while il tile strict performance of their duty-we should not have noticed the affair, but in its poor, pirayunne nature it must try to shift the blame on us, because we said on a former occasion, and on a different matter, that the party in que.. tion was a 'whig.' Since when has this journal p1id such deference to our opinion as to take this one word from us as a sufficient warrantry for threa'enine the recorder, abusing his officers, and chargeing the police with an 'outrageous robbery?' Yet such is the sum, and substance, of the argo. ment by which it attempts to back out of its pre cious bombast. These are its words: The complainant, who related the circumstances to u', occupirs a tolerably prominent position be fore. the public, and had been mentioned with contmendelirn, not more than a month since, by an editor in Ibis city upon whose judgment r appet inrg tcl matters we have been acenstormed to place soma reliance. * Suffice it to say, that we have been wnfully rnis.

led by one of our neighllboring prints-that we have been deceived in many things respecting the person who gave us thie information-- nd that in tile affair in questioni, the,Police officers have been basely slardered. In 'local matters' it is natural that we should have much knowledgo,since we have experience: but we have too much judgment to commend men rwe do not know, or smnte that we do. The Pi.. Scayune cal find no approval, from ne, of the party concerned, beyond a simple statement that in his political bias he was 'a staunch whig.' Will any one believe that the self imnportant Picayune iowas influenced,to credit the individual's statement - nd'crimrinato thie police, by this assertion of oures? No! its organ of 'self esteem' is too prominent, and,too constantly visible to get belief for so much modesty, or such becoming deference to another's opinion. When the Picayune is again compelled to bacek out from its hasty assertons, we hope it will adopt a more honorable means. I.aterfrron France. 'rTe packet ship Burgun. dy, Capt. Rockett, arrived in New York on the 2ilth Oct., bringing Parik pnprrs to the tst Oct. nrd London to tihe 20th Sept. A large radical meeting has taken place at Sheffllield in England where 20,000 men assem bled, though the rain was falling all the time. The objects of the meeting were, procuring an nual parliaments, vote by ballotr, and to abolish the corn laws. The duty on foreign wheat in Eigland had riven to ten shillings and eight pence per quar ter. kFrome France we learn that Baron Defanldia doer not return to r 1exico,& that two steam shills f war, the .alteror, anml 1.pertalor, cnnolmanded by Rauhin, and r arbotin have been despatched by te Frrenrh governmenlt to lMexico. As they left Cadiz on tile 2Silth Sept , we ought to have heard something of theirarrival. Thie ierchants of HIvre have been endeavoring to get docks erected for stranlers, bat tile iunici. pal council has refused them, a decision which has caused great excitement both ill that city and in Paris. A telegrnphic deqpatchl from Bayonne announ ces that 25(arlist batonlions have assentbled in tiscany. Don Carlos o:e the 23rd S.ept. was at Bal. macera, where numerous convoys were constant ly arriving. The IRusian c.harg in Egypt has communica. ted to the Pacha the resolutions of the northern powers of tie congress of Toplitz on the subject of eastern afflirs. They are said to be in every way conforrmable to those of England and France. 'The Seraskier's army in Asia has been de:irra. red by the plague, and is in a statle of utter d - moralization. Thlie Sultan has sent Queen Vico. ria a necklace formed of diantonds, rubies, and emeralds, valued at 300,000 francs. The Captain of the ship fhnry HowlinId report-s, thatthe two individuals who robbed, solme time since, a jewelry store in this city, and were arrested in Boston, wern passengers on hoard hlis ship, and, that when off key West, they cut the jolly boat adrift in the night, and Imade their escene. Tie U. S. agent at Fort Gibson has sent to the Secrrtary of War a frmnnl declaration signed by chiefs of the Cherokees, Creels, Seminoles, Se necns, DI)ela wares, Shawnece, Quoapws, and Sacks averring tihat their meeting together in general nouncil was but to renew thie ancient friendship existing between their forefathers a 'long time agr.' If the necretary, or tile agent, believes them he hoas more faith than wm. Discipline on the Ocean Steamers.-We learn from a pnssenger by the Royal William on her late trip, that finding her likely to make a long trip the Captain of the Ioat desired the engineer to give her more steam, on which that officor de. sired Capt. Swainson very politely to resume his station on deck, as he had no command below; andt there wa ass much steam nn as was consistent with the vessel's safety. A hint worthy of notice 'Texas -Th- e oelouas Gazette of the 2o7b iult., states that the Indiana have killed several l'exian soldiers, and taken possession of Fort Houston, near the Trittvy. The export of apples is no new trade in Gotham; --housands of barrels have been annually sent to Liverpool for many years past. Power ,f Langtuacge.--A o.temporary in qultitng from a Cincinnati paper some matters concerning \lexico sayn,--ler export trade is scarcely worth nothing.' \Ve wonder what ad valorenm duty is charged upon it. Et r nihilrilfl. M1r. Canmbrelenlg Ih retained iis seat in C,n. glers, against the will of a proved mrajority of hi colstitutnttr . t ie pretends to be a D)emocral, and to bow wVilh especial deference to the will of the People. AMr, Kilgore of Ohio has resigne I his seat ill Conreass, because at tilhe recent election he did not receive a mrjorrty of votes.-Wlhich of the Iw is the Democrat ? Ilrarlsoacsr.r lrn Deur. -Governor Jennison, or Verteouv, in Iris late message, recomnalended the Legislatare to "abolish the practice of placing crmllle and imisfrorlle o'tile sname footing,' or in other words, imlprisonmenter for debt. Js-ceph -1. Whilte, Esq. tormeorly delegate in Congress frrom Floridao and well known as a lawyer of great ability and success, intends to establish himself in New Orleans in the practice of his pro fession. T'he Prince de Jtrvitte in command of a sloop of war arrived at llavana on tile hlet ult. and sailed thence on the i6lth to join the blockading .~quadrorn oil Vera Cruz: three frigates, four corvettes, and and three brigs departed at thm eanam time, and for the eame destination. During the Prince's etey fees and flourishes were the order of the day. Political Hoax. Sone Philadelphia war during the Jersey elections, wrote a letter to one Brews ter, of tHuntingdnn Cy. offering him money to carry on the election, and signed the letter "N. Biddle." Altlhogh no directions were given ae to o he, or what party his interest was bespne e for, the victim of this quiz forthwith wrote to accept ,he offer, hut by return of past received a reply to thin effect,-'"you have been imposed on by others G or are endreavoring to impose on me.'The locoloeors I for political effect printed and circulated the hoanx A inc letter, but the whig committee promptly ob. tained from Mr. B a distinct refutation which they published, declaring it very naturally a clumsy forgery. To trust to so shallow a trick was not very complimentary to the voters in the "Jar secys.' Withlin three days no less than eight large Eu ropean packet ship arrived in New York. The Independence, end Shakepeore, from Liverpool: the Louis Philippe, Sully, Baltimore, and Bur. gundy, from Havre; and the President, andOn. tario from London. Stewart's trial for parricide was not concluded on the norning of the 27th tut. A Baltimore letter writer says,-The Loco Foens are making a great huzzaing about the late else tions--and talk confidently of " re.netionan'R "tt l e sober second thought of the people"&.c. &6. Now let us see how the matter stands, after the smoke of the battle hls cleared away. At tie lost ses sion the representatives fromn the States in which elections have been held stood as follows, in re lation to the Administration. V B Anti V Anti Louisiana, 1 2 now 0 3 Illinois, I 2 I 2 Missouri, 2 0 2 0 rVermont, 1 3 I 3 Maine, 5 g 6 2 Genorei, R I 0 9 SouthCarolina,7 2 7 2 Arkansas, I 0 7 0 Ohio, 8 11 12 7 Penn.vlvanin,17 11 17 11 Now Jersey, 0 6 0 6 51 41 47 45 TO MERCHANTS. ITJ"7.ERCHANTS can have a IEcUTIFULr CRnCU I.oa struck off affmr hours NOTICE, rby.enllinqt the Compting ILoom of TRUE AMERICAN Pl'ttrNna ()FFICE, St. Charleo Exchange, adjoining the IlEAIr tAn ROOM at Corner of Gravier street. ltElb'IS, 50 boxri Plin A*pple; 60 do. round cheese, landingg nd or sale by LA\VIRENCEI LEGENDRILE, nov? -8 & 2) .New Levee IIRETIN-IN e' . ..lt,;rt..e--18 lules Illresia cirert e i l, l 4r Id ee l4ri p llrunpshire hirtlrga, lardinog efromr ship Delhi, for sale by ISAAC IIIRIDGE & CO, nov2 134 Magazine at AGSd-10 tIles Gunny Bags, small nice, in-etore dl and for sale by LA\VIWRENCE & LEGENIDRE nov3 8 .2S iNew eveee " lEAsI ABD-500 kegs of prime qaolity, in soe land for sale by SLATER & TRIER. y oct7 40 Povyra s i RAPIING PAPER-150 rearms tnow ording, I/ nod for sale by TI'R HiYDE & BIRO, ordtl o ar Conl mon n Ma gazine lt to FINI i GUNS t; r'i~ IH ,ItSI-,, t'Ao'/"- S I.( lKI, & COtt theo r old stanl i'o. 81 Iroalt L Ievee have just reerive a fir.w lie dri le hIr relied Lrondon Gns Ala rteriof t(i0r e l I irt h sin oeap, in tin boxes, whlich they uofer fI ele. d -I tV BOOKS.--:, al of Politicalr Ir s -li oct .llc¢] ca tit " uyr of Colleges and Students it at raw; Pairt firsi, 'ontaining. Ihok I. Ethics, tlne t, l n letrdre of Trrarlt, in onte volumre. nA 'trp rth e ill n IS rirs of Letters, to the Edi le tar rof tle Ullid Stftes Gzet.e. V \lsr as hrr Shoulr he Ar ren In r e,: ial rt l)lolneti (Ir hft . .t ertI i olll Jor llrr ret iv tnlld fir sleooy rr\\'1rritM, NrE, i (et 31 Cu r r II er If( ni 'lrn i l it hion 1 rts. ' f UNm N Y t Foundri es bnlr s t e :1 it .1 tathe , h vi jstor S and f tns sale b t Trv r i rle Il 1)1,. ,ro I1ork ke i a i pro wrerl-r irr Nut l : reerre Illnnk Coheck, Blills of l.ndlin., Aneion Iltills, Paniphlets, Show rills, Cby ts ' logesL, &e. &O I122 )It l{t:Rl lir the .ltrre, a i ,errre other ir,. c rilrioerf I7rPlfliItN, f] rmerI at Crrrpirer NI trrIIrt , :id door fT ill I tri t"r strre't. SErthNsirl rnI .rr r tllnr lBook and .lun IOU.Tr " fron thfe elst Ioundo,'ics in the r 'iir/ d r latrr , l,,re jrst i u been adirdrtr ti e arr',nly rrelt.erla l Ed sleablirshrcerr; .h --and (Irne will be e.r'rrertled as l.,ow, as Chetapll, d Exrpedritiou sy and Berntifiily, nas at any rtlr Oflire in theI City. Voel--if I Jul' rreEivd perrE s fhi rmrlre N r k N i'orth I; grak e black Collurt Plaister, o49 , I:lesh old do 2 do li'setret aelcineld Magcrsix; 2 do Blrtter''eAperer... dIo 2 do eidlitz IPowders, fre erlt: hy o)lAVII FEliI'T & CO., f oel12 N Y Stationers' Iltl, Chrrtetr rt NO'TICE: y i srtbecrilreor, te I ra r aosorinrtrd themselverr a in ee - Seiness "rrrer tie fire ,rf CIIRISI'I' E ," SIN NOYT, rand solicit a contirnuance of ithr patronge re ceived by their Jrohn Chiristie, whilo eornducrtig Ibusillree irt hls own nelre, as \W'holesale Grocer and Commission Merchant. JOIIN CIIRISTI.E, dnov4--.wv N. SINN,)'I'T, Jr. ,lExchange J .rºlo,.ey Bhokers. , ST. CHARLES TIIEATILE ARCADIE. A BLI, of Exelhange on New York at eight, for lý $500, fuir enle: f Unclurreot Ioelly, liGold and Silver, It lilln of Exchange; ItrrrliSaory Notes, Blork and other Stocks, Bougllt, gold and rerrhanged. novre-:3t CARDS It PRINTED at the shortest Notice, in the most elegant manner, in Black or Colored i]Ns, on I:alltel led, White Flake, or Plain Surfaced CARDS, nd at Prices very reasonable at TRUE AMERI.ICAN OF FICE, eorner of Poydras and St. Charles sts. .everal New and Ieautiful Founts of TYPE have just been added to the Establishment. Orders received at Conmpriog Room, St. Charles Exchange, 3rd door fromt Gravier at. norl-tf Mondelli & Reynolds, ARCHITECTS AND BUI.LDERS, AVE removed their office to the MoERCHANTs' E. c otn O HANG, ed Story, No. !2. Entrance from IE:xcbanog Place, near the F'o-t Office. nov'2 A CARD. CHRISTIE & SINNOTT, Wholesale Grocers and CommissionL .lerclhants, No. 27 Co(' on Street, New Orleans. I-T' articohrattention paid to the putting up of Sintoll boat and Ship stores. nord TEN DOLLARS REW A il) R UN away on tile mlorning of the 3)ib October, Ithe slave thAI'IARIN[, ,t gifl, aged about thirty years; sopeaks French ad -Engsh; is well known nd will try to pass hersfst aR free. Theo ablve reward will be npaidfior her delivcry to the osubiribera. DOYL.E & MAY, :1 Cnrondelel t t Ca~,iottlls of vessels stent boats antd oilhes, are ca - tined l IaiRsl taking away or IharbCrilg tie above in. med Slate, iunder Ihe pea.ltv of the law. TUS' receivced at the .ouisinn Fuorlitlao are * IoJh e,,, 53 liarille i streAet,'h0u ainple aotd Cheerry Itedteads; na irst rate article. Aleo, a goo,d .r s a - lentt of Iule, XVofoot antd Painted C tirsollhich will bte so d lor tthe lowest ca.EhI prios. IV I CAIN ES. jy7 53 llifville street JiWILNSIUII'-S-A large laNd Pxtex..l aTack Irtle A tilhe Illafactrry ofi' ooSth & C. cattfrising in part thiie fillwing: e-tre polishing oo 1, dno i a t n filroitur no I do a':, do ." coch vanis no d no varish no '1, dan 3 for ordbmrv use; blahok htd brhwn japan, fir sale by se'ptl9 R. CI., NNON, to Ctamp st NOT'ICIE. TI':ii I:IREME31N'S INSURANCE Oi'FFICE has I Sbecn temporarily removed ReImoved to .15 Canal .trrt.ntlx.t t tie blerthnt's and Tlraders BaIk. c o.%VtS-. R- ureau d'Aosnrance dns l',plieris peat teLlporai'e-nellt Iroatsporte au no 45, role do canal joignantfet lInaqte des Artisans. noel SiiUA'I'ION WANTED. A YOUNG tan who is thorougly ucquninted wi t thle duties at all out door or Levee C ark, sp eoking tile French and Entlirit language', nid haynvig been oll g med ish ali this city !ir three toea is Iesirous re ofottuhfining t eitltion, ted the best relfrcures call be given. IPlone oddreoe 31., Bou 5188, through til t luol iffice. nord St Charles Theatre. First thip Ifei or.lson onf tiom DraIman of TIlE GAMBLIOLCS' FATE. 2ond time trhis en-o of the o uccossfiO Pirece of MY YOUNGO WVIFE & MY 01.1) UMBRELLA. ON 'T'ils EVENING, NOY. 3, WVill be performed the thrillino Dramff of To THE GAMBLER'S FATES George St. Germainl, 'Mr. larrison H Warner, Pearoron, Iliro ~nr, Cowell, Albert S't.Germaine, Ms. Bnrrisoni O An ,lis, Farren. An Overture by Orchestra, T Grand Pas Soul, Mlad'e Ravenot. Afrel which the new Frce of F MY YOUNG WIFE & MY OLD UMBRELLA. Gregory, Mr. Cowell, Peter, Willialst, I Tomopkin, IDebor. Dinah, Mrs. Plimer. R- - OVAl. T HE Uoneroig'ed af s removA.d his Notarial Office Sto lthe Vcranda, on St. Charles street, between Ciommton and Canal st. V H W\VILI.IAM CIHRIST Y. Oci2ci , If.i--Im. CO-PA RTNERSHIP. SEORGE GREEN l hs this ny f irmed eno-port n~nerhp~v l w iz hbrofher Chrlfes If. Greeno nd will continue the Comiaoiun Business under ftle firm of GiEOIRGE GIEEN.E & IIILOTI ER, oct 17 ft 26 Cnmp-street T lTTER PAPEI.--Just received fromn the Brandy 1 wine Mills, 6 cases superfine blou letter poper; some very low priced; 1f caeoe onperfino white letteffo opaper, l;; 2 coases thin pink letter paper; 4 cases super fine packet post large size; 2 rases supertiln letter oasrftd cfrrs; 2'casfs superdfine octavo nssorted colors, for sale, wholesoo and retail, by I) IFEIlT & Co, New York Stationers' fIlfl, octl5 24 Chartres street A NEWV Arrtcle. Just reneived at 53, Bienvillo st., a. superior lot of Armour IBedstea(s, ofithle for - office Ior srmall rOlIms; the poubli are reopectfully invi ted to ,call and examinell the sme. r V R CARNES, o:0tt5-1w Mil;nville H A. 2r0 bales Norlthern 'IT,.uthy Ilny in store, for ,ale by CHAMPIJN & COOPER, 001etl5 82 Juliao t. )AflLfUIfSff o'I'OVIfor.- \ far Philadellphia R-oidi l atolr I'rlaoo Sft0oves,?jutll receiveod and ftir wale hy S UCKE & Co, octr 31 No. i, Front Levee, (_jOi FISfI1--41f0 boxes, foer onfo. by -- ISAAC 1Il l)1GE & CO, _nvl 134 ,g_11izlioe st JENS--Jnt recorirlef a lrgoe asortomentofn of fote IPen, n new awl benntiftl article, f fotlef expressly tfr Stationter' Ilull rs nil sales. IFlt'l, Brrel Pen; Fl!t's No. 1, I& 2, andl I.adieo' Pol; all warranted and for SA.\VII) FELT & C(O, New York and Stationers lhtll, nt ov. '4 Chartres st At /ILOiACC-.I3- -a0 boxes manlmfactured "l'oblttco, ol re varsion braods, aol for sale hv for sale by ISAAC BILII)DGE& CO, noev t31 Magazine st rc BR.ANDIY- 7, bolls Aorican fo ll ýroof, Ifroaody, Je for sale by ISAAC BIDGlD(fEl & C ), novl 131 Magazine at L NSEE9 D 0-1 .-I0 tie.rc- o-I:gloivh l.ieodf Oil,ji llsto VIS & ANDREWS, novl car Common &L'·Tho poitoulas , is 1OUII1)NG TI'EA-75 half chests Ionurhong 'Te J TIIAYERI & CO, novl 74 I LII &yda.1f t r 1AINTEI) PAILS-L00doz landing from ship ltl - bi, alnd br sale by J T'I A ERt & CO, novi 74 Pol) dra st V frd, BIistol a1nd Nantucket o o Ibas. foir oao by WIITRID GI(: & CO. t noevl 7 ,Ma1Razinn st ('A AI' A I\ 1' l:IS--J ust reivefe r fI'w orases f oerV o-. l/ I orioor Oth int illlo,' d Ihhooo alt llcla \o l bo t O oe I )l i o- per at net am I splendid article, lthr sle by s octl5 N V St if er'' s I Iall,I .l rrt en at SIACIlI ", - o ..:o hafltrroI1 N. I . lntke, iI; 50 th;) tie no I .... ....... 711 o ltoo o .me st (f w ITll . - - I- N T I i sn roU1ll ltq, I o'fo. v oIller IIinh I rxolnle Ihi.ls i, No.ill' r intirs ,t e h' cl C o flumbu b l l -1 p k o ll I ft w l!tlht ke oplt' nn Int ',l A 31 F' " o r ,"t, Ml'lee irs & ..i ,,, 'I Ih cl unoer lobo s di(iS( lh E ast, aill·L l, tlie lot in. thy fat )th is o Io t Ma'i. boo 1n 00-el _ _ ll lto o to Wi 01'11 too , 0 0 i0,100 0u1es I nou l t ,III te0 tuinin m " It loo'r' no o ,ootoaoo h footd, " 0 thri'e i.iu . oliOer lok Twenty t t rbonsoill Vitriol, t I(pJOll nil (4oil'bofr S l lIs, ll I Twenty bLxes lIowandls 'l',Tmicl Mixture+ JA11tVIS & ANDRi:EWS, Who.osoleo IDruggitsr, o i(ooor C(nonlll t. 'l'cll lltt i t, noei ("ar ('o : &o'o,ý,ý. l',ýhopi'(iettt at. SA'I'UI)DAY. $1,000! Capittal Prize. GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drawnl nutlllears of the (rallnd Stte .ottery, ('lass 17: C LASS No. 7. A: I riad y ,be I.egislature of th State. T'o he Iratw 'THIS O DAY Nov. 3rd, 1838 at 5o'co:k, I'. N1. at tie Nlerchatas Eax S. [DAVIS &. C:O, +Managers. 75 Numbers 1 2 Drawl I nllJots. SGIIEMIE. I Prize of $15 00(1 $15 001 I Io 4(1100 14 iOi) 1 do 2 51l 501) J d2 000 52 100 I I1 a 1 1)0 1 500 0 l00 5 000 148 do 500 3 do 40 :o520 nod 150 tau re 2) ti 09: 15 do 152 81118 3,70 do 10) 37 800 ;3 do 51 117,180 a 70 4 P rou ed n at one t an e $, r ,59Ljo 0 i: aelu 1000 P 3'ek::ea o'ttbalftickets $02 50, warratted t draw ranted:taold at t $15. Fr kageaingl 1 I,; 8e0 do l anIrk- i aee p 3New Y S do 117,180 T ickes 1- l hdlves S0-- tnr e rrl o. Iacks Tickets tar $ 5 warranaed to dratw sat El st y.6. at le305, w THAE r Tickes, a d l flt at thle ST ANAGErES OFFIC 'NNY oAxN-75 Cha l h rtres 0t and botad ir tale yne re iAner r s pe b octli JUS I CO 74 1atlotr at ACKi AVIhI-,5 ',I - Co, I :ad: ltlaekeratia wtl'a, anatLll tbarrela a . 10 0 Ib bofed 1ish, rin l tor e a, i.n t a tl snt d le r EaDl e low aky AGatO UAt-ttatytetty liatn t Al ag o t llllu, Dell Ir sale by' oc13{8 tta at74 Il olbus ta, d fa r Li , dtal bygad o r a nd lr saletby S& J ItAYB Wiil ( ateesO na et S 11l t.lr lPiER CA D ES, oH t : IA 3 t0 box b oFCd is, in stord l an, r Cales Iv 4 ct at, tew i .:l llfrd iter Oi l se s 20 e ) bae 'l Nt eyl). I ltt hnlllat S ar s )le bo. e w hile J Haaa Sga, ItT Ir q' al t orycin r, and for t ale by JeEPH0 COCKAYpNE, atltl 25 tlrat ier ata 'EIaN i CASI)I.tS, tOa. I t. 31t0 bolxes New HI|.fiLx of 1 dn, Hadhep. •ED iIEANS-r 50 uecka it atoare andil fr ale ty Ia t27 4Ck s INoofin 0 ic;' Jill llittirIlavlrne CNeoisa; iLy, in at odre n ltle o r a ati eriAe bya . JOII COKLLAS& CE, ED EAS-- ra in 40. n fr sale by ut?7 40 CualH tLt mimlln IU ! . B.Ilun nI i! .lm i Camp St. Theatre. let n a anuce tiliss tease a f P, 3. 51.12011. N. This Evening, Noverberr 3, Willite performed the ndirmed Comedy of SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. Tony Lumpkins, AIr. J in Brown, Old HrdacctlC, Jolioa, Younlg Malrloweo Ilnrrelt, H.utings, Il leth Mlliss larde tlea l , iers. Berett, Alisa Neville, Greenu. Oiertfrt, by thle Orchestra. The performance will connluel with the Drama of THIE RESE. Carwin, IMr. Frederic' a, Olttao'ne. Jolteson, * Lnvignri J iIBrowrn. Tl'leese , lrs. Borrotti l)ICKIES.&e-10 lloxemn Pickles, in dnart bottlenj 500 do Alarseilles; do 100 boxes Lemon Syrop, landig .nd for sale by & JP W I oct30 A Cool .1 (100.end 51ediciono-.A .....plete a'rnrti...rt o I) reohb),'uo anod Meodicineo,jest rcenirednnd fol nle by II CANNON, oct30 II 'e'hophotiias st CLOTdIIING t Ilerogan--'oL s en.n, ontnining an ' s2ortlnento o'f men's ond boys lriigano: 15 ea ses seaeonablu elollthing, lading lom cnip Delhi, for sole by ISAAC BttlI)C.E 2& Co, ont30 131 hilngaziuest IHAIRS--t150 I.utlles Cliirs, various qualities, landing from shiip lir sale e by ISAAC Blll);1 , 0 & Go, onit30 1341 lagnaztne st IN K--Jot receveed Ii g.eoeo or' Frl's soIeeeinO lBiat Ilk, in 8 do. Ieoth'sd , pbcked inano oef one don en eacr, foIr sale by the g ace, doen, or ningle bottle by tIAVIt t"tI,'1'T & CO, New York aml Stationer's Hall octal 24 Poydras st I % ElltS'l'Et'Il tlOtnlliig leoob--Jult receined tI0t r V doe. ot Wrbstee'o Spelling Iook, for saleby 1)A V II FEL' &v (Jo, Necw lork Siatiloenr'o Ilall, octa9 2.· Claortres pt CAT'L' eceived a Ir. doien- of Sillitnn'n patent cellltill horse It iteltilll'n, nitli two Itutll.s, one Ifr Idlaek nod s onebr red imk, foer ele bh )A~lAli) F'It.'L' & Go, Neon York Sttionaer'n Hall, cetii) 21 Clcartres it SULtVEI'YOR'S OI'ICI--SIECOND lUNICIPAL 1T'l'l' OTICE i lirels pi tht in t onfirmity wi aii reeolttintit ti (eolle(il ,f tile eecolll itttici slily, pnsee'd ot their iitinift'fl'Tteel"tl-, she 'ISrl ions., ! will receive tt lily o1 e, tilt 'T'hittrsdaiiy, tie 0th of No v lelrlll t i, mo saeln t i fti3 aill ie tini i rreqnr i red for rlilges nid the tlhcr 5luniipll (orlke for onoe veer tltrl ulle ofiien ctetr-(t-elhlie only ou aucrot I iar snhiols culry mlccn eoeriracted, t lc Ieornisbelf or the tniriececJ. JOO . ('toiF. , oct Sllrveyor. BURltEAU DU VOYEI 1)E LA id MUNICI PAI.I'rE. L l' est i rh po rl t ee i-neiirt bonnh qiel' ritoroneiti el' nalu re tlto t d l a ' 2,t oll a1lii el1 Marldcit i dlilir s i-s(,b ,latls rn < ,a :r e s ga 1tie Cet n de j reetV urai o00<eiin, jeeocerni I 1 tecsi je i( jetl e11 ill tin NiOil, bte ItitCelill le Offtee, IInfe l triteer lindnntinodpnrtr rdi jlsti dll c(llllrslit e tolls Il-s bloiS ~i·(ltbcvsree aaIX p~outs ettiitint sh nires S ItII In .tlniciiail Au, x re('ist e on lat(i . Iperletis wd Ilait'i PI oe mell,) t nt hoeio seront dn nilr ei iiii noulit et 'r ,ieilleer i tlenile. NiLmvclle Ocaleiln, I2 . r 1 obre, I1lSr. SUIVI'EYOIl', O"''ICI,--SECONI) MUidNICIpAL - NO'tICE ir 1l1 ic1cin eonfrity wl Iat i rec-lntion o 1wl ColnCit aftlie SJI-nti, pOewid lit inv ili-ceti \IVIIIellleitn,' tlie thlt de y iif Ni(ire;nltet Iext, r ntl s for nilttl, icll tid lelivering al t ltriiliniltittioyy Iet ieiliin enlirtll 3lticinaiin itylnr ',ValVe- lllllllhNa fl~llll ( tiler Ilf t ie (:lmtraet . JI ho llit orttic s dnli7.nale t'ilttl enIII ln it6. i,'c t i t 'l'iCI pien Nee a 1INfo)W c ille be eilll.1 b er inqir ily tile n rno I l itV I )5. N)i ; 1, - LSurveyor. NIot'11'.a It 'If . O tI-' e i ir Rle I - Nl-t ItilI C e ceoiie tiotnlle I rs u]ti letd i deli "i tti t nit se foll Muit rtll l .l es T ice I1I(tllt-ill ie i I ( 'e I 'o ql it i re t~t\ i ) IIeiii-itInir 'i- junell' t.l 7 Ic Nov , e n pl o hiu I ill. rt tl r |. i ttllliil n l li\ inrI I h ril. aI I~llllli(:lyill i '.· 1I1IlIII'H: Illlil. 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ORlEN I& Nlln'lthirnI It' e od t'llrW (:l.~xr--ll~, l 1.t1,..II Iatr, 11ind:l1 FrrofC np 11ll:lll~llH Ciuare t itI " i'li- I iitii ' i'"lld t i, follmI e Ilu1ii tiiree e Itetutrenl T All1 boxAM Iit, il n I, E ira c{ .ttrll.t ..... " . .. r l I D-t.orinn.o. Ilotien. t 'l l it 'l' li oFIe . IElf. -S tIIVIIWiIl. ite oct24-tt JA1IEo Ii CALI)\VEIL, I'Pesd'r FIVE DI)tIl.tA S ItEWAIID, 'ýýI.iohagiven In tny lo-.oomt that -ill inform il " where y alas',',11",.N1NN\" i ertpIod. She ix about five fact fouir illrheeF highI, markelid with the shall.1 fox, cud whlen shle sperak, she staffers very mast,',, Ile is employed some t elto in fHI,,,rg St. Altry. JA3IES LA!,113E1{f. ):151'(%III..iN.~i14 barrtls "\V, Dunl~otp's' Pfasse IllackilcB, landli,sg from shipI Itienzt, lilr ,ate by ISAA:1C Rltlll 1": & CO), N.t(4 _ _ Iti Sitog.,itle at Dress &lt& ascqtierad BaII, It tHI tootN BAP"L ROtlOyt 8t. Ph1iliptstroet, henveen Itnssl & IIttfohun I' 11118 L lisiaer of rile nb we unclad I nll Iiuum,,grate.~lI respectfully iit lrtto t too w tllt,(the ettfabihlueut hastt Iler~oar. iu;;u repjoito. IThe bar will bte suassed b y nantoin quaolity of IVur,a1. t hettdtooestaurnt-llt ho knit by the ao bleat liens sllectrnr inl the Unlited States.R '1'hrream ill re-open asoi Saturday ovell'g, 8rd off Novlember next,bv n til{ANIt IIRF:SS & ,\ASQtJI(At),1ttI 811.,1., andt xll Itak ohtet :analtoeverio h1o udtro Wtotot. duean 81tudn uvni , ar- he eaonwhst will an ho .1.-t, of ot M ono, 1 Itt:;1 9. loot N.o fi toth enSo s ulcnio wilhrmd ooe, tog Iperlfet order tbirtOtlwOutlthe `I llllc, ue was d lle last mlu. ol . A N(;GI- 5 1%,1, 'rn ,tn ev lwdz;u' x ditserent aizea, cad ,r stis, low. by It VI 11":1' Il 1'0. 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