Newspaper of True American, November 19, 1838, Page 2

November 19, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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November 17. I q vopciihi.ia.P rx Me Yofk, . N Achbhcidg -?c-sSJI..w Do up c Ilnca SL~a. I.m.Amcn.--I alh t tfor Rosto..n. O ci. f m..lln & A i 4-·^;F-y ARR(lEIP· j Nihbocn Ptmr hn}, Pauldi.g, fron the Pslmit hTowe wenti down- Jlphigh . rUghtlp brich Ch llfrIlyn. cih WP I'cmx Iteaasta adhilt-ia the ofiog; nothi4 no ;in" the tcItar. Left cWir hf; c S Ii at. ' Ioly tl~laronl Mrri Vn, fro*n m t hark writh -- nblcdnRdscPn d A l.c I d,.ldchCri mc t l Tarry B .lhk sld.,ktpm, ..iihle(Uuothiugs.1b tcW Pm. c" .LiI.II ChIclohlI.cc LinneIlh frdxl Plert~y Point. irought ,.cclhc.',to repor~ccl hictcgew. p Shark, dThldwl. Irom the Ptm. 8 ., Tmo M r.to b .k.r li.. toih Mlt Lf lI.ast . iS p~h6+ nt .16,l.v fc 8. 40t. t. mcctr.. _* ,.illmmc.. lt'o mpr o, i0 dy. frogh Chearcbng o . A. 1.. £j ii5., ihcldllti.• im, Ne Tbl lAymthn.,tu WotVclkr. Sh4 k f rk ,n.s d to ,.dmIlc,, .P.i... 14 dy lro lgcc. e of the.. CLhk..... w. La.e.ll Pd. t Pom t P... int. . nrought R sem, ll. 1d (e.rom o, to Masteri. r,2$4t1, 1 days Fnti New Yorki. to Matter. p da, a tn, 16 dart four path, to, mnnnnr. Tmo.lhompsolntt, ro days fe. n,S J Cit........ . ...c.. V - -mc. g- , t.JW . lk....., 1c 4 . l tsGo Nw Lk.. , to fs i tnst. Lleb .se, 0 In.Avro.. Hn.t.... R G.... SCoun'm. llor, P5 r, 14 days from . gctor, ....... to 1 *t inn.. lll.U00F1*os 0 to Look 4r Barredt. '+{ tori, 10h ord. frolm 8o i 'Cslmk arrett, from .mks' urg °4i btl b etfrn t L+}+ot. iti* S MPORTS. I'la grsl g 'Atos. 1(ýIY!{ýº YdrY 1ý4v 1 :a, 'N hfofdsti. do......... . 12 USEW YOR..PcilI-ci...cýq.., 709 6v.1.. ecu.. md st0ll. 2..P.c ock l . .19iv he . t ...........T CHARI.ES'i ON..Pier lic Cbapmm~ane.eag,..ii cc tekei, med 2110 .r No . t l.,. & ri at Chm,..... Lcye * Amoelm.g.IItH c..J A i;.Illi Ac F'or mi-il A-Il,; m.ud order. NEW··. 40O.ilet..c¶.. ne'.I .j.. 1mW. - mki'No nsn .. W ado ...........nd & •W SiYOK. .mCJcc ,iILci.gth, C7 D n.l cotNAFely, A 170 01,1 trysnma. BOSTOA..Par omlp Icdoe..Erg 410 hde y. bals her!. CHARI.EB'I ON..Per [trig Chnpmae;.eero. 147 to. rice, and 211 xi tat. to Selma & i-o Chapman. Loyct 4r Amuelung, H H Fanl. J A Bipralli & no, For. tll & m.,s, aindii ft Imr. ht s NEW YORK..Pmrcbip ibGolalc..ccrgo, mn'd mdeae, to W ol (,l511.in bilm, 4& 0 o .Imlm.W W.lhkil., Woo b S .meerM, Mor Leth, C Drk I M.ncipality. h,.f Wat Bryan. BATH"..Pership Loadae..,nrgo 704 hoadles hay. 390 bills pn* d .'., cIhc 00,kc0eet.Sicc *cmbc,. to mallt.r. 'NEW S' -.Pfl skip Holicm r.i..ogo, W &.,P mide, 50 bri, oil ItISCnc clwlhtes,-40 ctals.P casks, I 6 brio AIocc MooreIt Clarke 2.1. Mni1ipality8 L. e i. L Stteellle. llnknler, 1antoln ¢ co, H IBeachI , " c, H8 Curs, WEIt .&e. J P Levy, J W ,.. iteoes 4" no. 11 A·ou o·- h o D lhamberlln, A Rarclli & co, A Graut C.co, W Neill, W G ,iFcln 4 co. -IAVINA.. Per br .clliul..e,.rgo. 1156 sacks co/dr.. iA S caes sweot mets. 35.000 cigprc, and Ii kem. ipec e, nd lois .rllit, c.tll.'g 3J1.,J dollarl, to * H Llvergue, ald order, A Catollu, I Grun ill" 4 co, Pmoime. & Joha.toq. RECIIPTS OP PltODUCE. PF i..ni!..Pcr litam-, A.torda..320 brle e,.d 1I llhl to hif, 19i brlIs t.llow, do lardl. 4 ked do, I8 brll. lotr il, 20 lirll olt.ii an.d 2s brml apple, J Via & ao, 43 rIlsee. ( SlIilfrey. l.awrlee. Smtil, 461J hrl Ifcl'. lM.nre 4r Sigersenn. Sh.lm i.dign Jos Iailley :1 bIls potatoes; morc. on Iboard 2 hdb.Ill..rl.ell,5 8 htm do, I irukh. .n. I nemt lnub. and i slaes., J A Brollit. i00 dIl flolr at Vicksburg, I3 cows., 4i horses, ' ,mcd cm5 suls at Ntchm. Vicksblcrg.. PP..r itoaler Claib-rne..4.0 9l, cotton, Il.lrk. oat &l e+s, )24411 lobson i, (0 loeb, 184! i t W M lcal, 110 do yldl.d", Byrne A co, 14, dI. l..illihb & Tbcncpson, , Ite do Itccllat, l0rrldc td &o, 7it do 7c tall,. PlSa.ant. 4cc. .61 do Illcklo c ollol" c .. . .o 41 do I,..y , Ilalrri .c. o, GAc N + i )ick & co. 40 WV II nrt. 72.7 l. A 1f Well.aie. 23do T.lvlor, Gardner 4 o, 14c do O'Ncill. Dlrilg & co. 12cd d.Jm.e Rced & ca. IJ do I.,'a. .micrds, II do Frierson, I)i. & cd, 1 do 8 . Oucyk.v. 10 o J din Tarlc,.! 1u I.mwrencO & ChImcior, i do Lockli.a, Fern A Iicn.ggc, 5 d1c All .c. A00,, 4 cc, diomid, JcVoer.ers, IIi-dhditc. Iilc.er c Rrlcclie, I bit liquor Anslcy lcinlcc. Olh 11epty brim M1 H Jordmn. St I.oic..Per stcamnr Riclai..S5l Irls I.ef plcgrt "- Claw thorn, 340 bl flour., J S DoUlbelty &.. 201 .Ido A Fick, I20 do J ,. V Dwynr. 37l s7lck po.tloes, Jchn A liele &, ca, 31 keg. bllor, r (nrollina& p0o 15 l lck.l.age buffl'so r"bees, Dulls',.5 k5 - bolot John Lavoltebenvre, 14 hrls flour a, d 2 kg. 1c ther, It A Acldrofic 15e IS colies .ll.d I akcl pnl.teWe lo Illlr0l. 0 Id I2,l h apldo, i 5 brlls eglm. ll ccd 9 ackls otmme, WIVm Reller, In irl, .iipl" silld 5 kes btlthnr. H Frcie, ick. 5 brhellour W 1 c I, I Ii bearce. Ja.e. Perry. IPASSENGER0. Cbcr'inc,,.. Pnr lui., Clpm,n.. . olrcc 1 .lldo. S<olx, ,mitl.,, 'clt ,rn. Ni. li,-. W.btlllLoc, lod lcardI.. Newi Yc,k..Per hbri Gill.lliceI..li..W.Vllker c,id -yt, Mirs Fiilly. MI.. i.,ckweo., IDr A )-wen .;,,d lady. Me. I.cthan i.!!d rhl, 64li. & c., MAir. Beer 1 nld c ehihJ,,n. leilfcie. Almronl illl, liled . tli. IiclsP iicc, Tolplllliln,, BI lhl0 co, V•il., Dodge, I.illy, Da.iel", Ni,.l " ,,1 Op ,cr. St Lolis.. Per tlll+er ' Collins. T. J Rear dlron. Wf Gibson, Theo I,.I ie 1"s l,cl..eITb - ... R Vclh.,liii. r 'c'l cUic, Ickelm, Wimfell. G1b,1, c lll. I. cldly. acd 2 St.o ibl,,dJ.., lady ac 1 -Ivtc, -. in- , Fryt rc :* P .tms, I Diulac a.d -vt. F . li.... l iter, lcla, JnoP.om $, y. Jo:Ic y.lyr. New Vcrk..l'e.r c ll), Io'icr..Ca, t Levy, Mrs Levy, Ccpt ]crilltl,; Ccill it ;lo., Mr VWlnrlor, and 61 .tleer.e Vicl ii -I...r slcIlllc r Cl.i' . l• I .ock WooI ,cnt. Col 'I..., scnian.,i. lUcc rl;ld, lc ilsA.., Shic.ter. lee, Ja. e., Je.r don, sad a c- S[eccoci IiincI"ims, . c. I,.lnrck, Ga, fi..-d" ,I,, , ...l ic ..c,,,C.Ul Siwcl, ,im .........e.a..e., Abech ii, St I.liis..Per slmlnPr circczi...iAr Suilll.,ldya nnad 3 ts,. Jibly, UlldebilI, J ItI l'dhool, Ildl~rhar ,,,n & sirt. 11 Larkin, -l-l-lllnEIier. CPalllllc It A Ca..lwerd. rtil, iWA:i....., R Adame,. P i(icnper. 0 Glibel lec ir I"c.itmcc, V:eiher. J It .ws. J R Patl, ron0, W Atwood,, ltbcrl.. Ilitoioll, J Fnrlcry. ,liiJ,cii.n i I'.cr,- ChIt-.lu. chnlllc gh rihd o,.e I) cAl 1.h;, I..cwri..c, J L Di. 53 way c. 'io Iinsmellgccro ad l.6 on dclk. lltnon. .+Pr ship Form...1r SII., roade, Devc Kimble, F,,lltow, WeIlclbcrh,'Pc,+plrll .IiI10 lmlllerO.. Icnv:mla...cr Wri Ceii,,, I..l iiCkllltig, lieO, ic. Lieclli,% I1 ill, lM.rri., Mrc J ic-oibi. CI).SIGNI E I. Ipaon..Par shic , Fort.!.ciiro, nAl 'd II Ise, ic .1 A ce!sn, S. i Madlldelnl &L lhall, l·almdle S" Jtl ourbla, ".i rtnn & coO P. oeoo tt-JOnl, , o . It I oe ii a.+ Illkoler, .0+tlnto.t .1-" co,, Gad |rpey ,IIll(IP I i- 5llldl. NR il II & (G Re(,I |lelederfenl d' G'..i w., Davis It. lhth-,rt.I, oll~lnhw a Ilady..-s. J If Fwhell -o eftlille• & Wciternl,.. J . Ihculcery, Jin loker, Wliticyy .4 cc. & JP IP Wihitun, Wiitlelars & co. J I,elland, P Im.non & lAo. i-.weny, WiImlcllrc ,I.gllAg Adricllh J A Kinlcil, C (;irrd, Je,,,1d Hllton, Cl.app & c., Elier Camdwcll, Kidler & leadli CIlh.e & Dixey. IMEMIORANDA. Ecri Clllicnnc .peier Icri Vecrmont. on SuoJ..y ulst, l Slirrlp Ki.y.y biiid, io Iic iIiica.c Sicuo.,r A.iorin Irft I I."ois on hil 4ih tnol .i II n in; in port up fi. N Orlillla, ,t,oiier VAlldlllll II cne oim t,, 610, II t I p ci, Wiimiltoi iI mles Iiclo II.cLi.; O111 nt 7 a ic. cIelKcirkorl.lhccr 3, mi,:.. aiore tb1, l.cclb oflthe Olio: at 8 a iii Liltlc Ru-A O1! nile ..illd Selllca i mile ausoe bh.i!i, fOhiol .t 5 p m1, im.t I;lyd 0 6 illhs Ib.luw Coluilloic; ith. Chilliothe at I.hulll.d No 8; at 4 p m, St I.o1ic 4i [-itle Icrairie. 8thl, at Ili a I, lii.o i| at No 27. at ii. nm l lle'.. le of iollri Il |at CIc'.;,sow lthlfl.;ll tIt1 p in, Mlediator NI,.38; 11t1, :.t 1i mii. |lfl nielta IIr4 u-uil boletcen 0iL alld 3: Jlth, at I1 Iie, odl 3 Cey it N 7ii. with ]clliOlu c l opailrdic-l h n II ii. n,).D11el Web-thr,,mhici.il !toudi.tI2 p in.l.uic-eviie al Priiococ;, .13h at !t1 m. Altp ac No 9i. Gnu Cii!!,, cIin John Jcy ml N.98; -l , pci. lolh l c, No ie, Johicg dcil.s aS MllhkAic'c clcd; -t | ,.lllltl elk at Vjckbburg; 14th, Norlh AIb, hn at Graed'Gill!; 15., at 7 a ii,. Pawncc ncrolllld il Fcir Clrlos !blalld, :I Ii,'1 I)im l a atl I1cld Mlan's IDeedIl. Ntitll 9l a I '1U1. , Wil at BaIrkley's eiltblllceol; 1.rrn 011 iol .iI'r Ic'. 1.d; ! t 7-p i, Rio and 0V I. K.b;0.oi It Ilatoln Rougo; Aumu.cu 4 ral. a iilchw do, A ltulo e I1a the (:eollge. lFtnecer Ilicnzc'cft St I.c..s. o1 the 3d iuc.a 17t. m; lo .I0 dacellrcecd at IhlAcnd 12& 3; disehirced at Selna, Prat's i.,ucdlcg, Cc uo 1ii armluu. 0liuch ml I,,Ilce Rilvr, ind Criend {;lllfi Sleam bhilp Ntctc,-z, Idyig ashore bhead of Nitcez hIand. c0kiifg Ic cargcc. New Y.rk, I1th No.c. Cl'd ship AI.IIb:ln, liarry, for N O; and Irk Gilli lel, L.n.lll'iclrd do. Iostmoi, 9th SNov..CIAd clil Cho-ill. Crlo.ly. mr N O. ,'lim:i.i, iIh Ncc..C!'d chIp Ohllctld. Pci ler, for O. $9,000? Capital Prize. Ticket onlyo $3. GRAND STATE LO'i'TERr Y D)ran n nunlmrs rf the Grand State Iotterv, Clnss 53. 30, 15, 69 , ., 1,18,66, 70, 72, 6, 5:3,41. "IASS No. 5. Anthbriea I by tie I.egi latotre of C ' hit/ 8lale, To be drown rUISt.ilvA , Ntov. -IIith,.R138 at5 o'clock, P. A.t tI. hMerchat's Ex S ID) VIS 4. & `. Mranag.nr. 75 Nuonbprs--2 Ilrawn Inallltl. SCH EM. 1 Prize do $ 000 $3 0 I do 3 00 000 I do 1500 150I I do I 4110 1 40 7 1 do 1 -00 1.00 I do I1)0 1 100 i0 dot 1 00 0 1l ]0 dof 2 LTo , od 10 dlo 5)10 2 0t(1 410 do ItS I 12)) 0 r5 dot r.1 1:3 200 63 do 3t logo '13 do 10 03 do 1. 045 43 do I1 0:10 2909 dn 5 19 510 O343i do 3 0 308 2,7 814 Prizes,. nolntni ctn $144,53 Tickets $3 (d)- ialvesn ll $1 S--Qiuartrr 75. Paeka o of'2 Tickets for $75, warruuaated to draw at least °u3. Pockagre orf5 Ilhaft"nl:et $37 50, arrantod to dro at leat $16. P'ocka.e 25 llartr i:kIsrta $18 75 nar. rantet Io drsw tt least $8 2.. Fur Ibackagea or siangl Tickets, apply at thu MANAGERS' OFFICE, nol,19 It Chbartres st LANK lit)11K-We am re rdqjlt R feiog ouIr Fall i s uplply o o llank ool: nw onlr tnalltlufacory st Nate York; our tork now conoist) of tihe lar lent nd Ibet au ortmlelt ever otlffrel flr o ,lll th is market. Of. finlnrsof lanko,-luraonrce Of(cna*te,t { m HIoma, Far. terchaals and o ihers htaut ' any deacriltnion e I' k hooka; or etactinna -, are t ed to tall sno g ltror l , slOrlen, all artiloes sold by nous ire war. O w.l noli ati f etion or ma he rctu rned. rulin n... hinding d.n. in hl .b.ost no.. nti, at the llortest tionte M ad tm rresabln , DAVID FELT & Ci. - ' New Yo:;k stnuinwr Ilall. S oli Od4 (hrLrtres at NEW MUSIC. EM AGN3(LIA Whlties--,oisiinna Waitz'o d Ia SOtraus; irand erinompLni Marchesl for the Lou. oiaL i -.egioni Jaerer Achtltgt!. pae redal,,bl, fur. tho (ibeoto Jaeger'ra(lolnllv, T 'Iw nreI n nleoeda, tI O P ldallluri a a variety of new mluic, rocal ae, in-trstsitial. E JOHN & CO, irn P eor tClanrles & Commnon st l TOVS-5 -new Pattern ou t Stoiovr, 10 portoble $ 0 .. N 2S Ill 12 rolild nltet iron tovels. a elwap n6 sine. Etokingap stoves, jast receied in addI. " s 1J CtE. & ('o, • IWMlO 8 Frtln Ittee e S. L & Co. TRUEI AlERIt ANi O· it~. It counneelion with this Office is SPLENDID AND EXTENWE $RTMEN T RE Pamphlete 1 Ch tla Cataloguesl Steam osaf ills . I . And every deaeriptlen efJob WoPrk that may be required. .'trlhe proprietor respectfully calls tihe attention of the public to the above Card, and assurea them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short est notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at lthe lowest rates, TIlE TRUE AMERICtYN. lEDITED IT Jllar eflnalpq)N. FAITB.VUL AND BOLD. !EW OR LEAN.: SMONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. R183 CANADA. Paoor.AMarTIO or MARTIAL LAW BY TIE liaRtISn DECLARATI-N OF INDEePENDENCE ly THE CANAk DIANS. The news from Canada is of the most stirrin, sntaure.-the approaching shoutsnfindependenec become hourly loader. Not a mail arrives bat brines fresh proof that the military array which the English government now presents, in no we, checks the apparent daterelinasion of the Cans. diana to throw off their allegiance to the crown Whatever may be the isasue, the slruggle through. ou'tthe present winter will necessarily present nar aspect of Interest to our own free citizen,.We givr the f.Illowing s.outimary if retent event as trend. ing to aco.ont ft the proclamation of Martial Law on thel part of the .llitish authoritiies, alsi for the D)claration of Indepei.dence on the part of the Canadiana Tl'he follwling ilbotu are from tht CANADA. Rumonurs ofa ner Obtreaok.-Fromt variti.s eitre,. it. Caltda slld Orl Il, froltiier,-wi have intellirguee I a new euitreoak in Cunanie. The llzltrcl kierald taltea that ttelligenice reached that city nl' Stnday ,fironetl thaotl e watl a cotntry was inl a late of illstr-e rection,ald ihema to hy lovlits hail leen lt,.re ilnrcd n Ili totaiiy ofArcIadit. lTle steaitttoat Victori. rsent to Lprari wi tr e, oo t wice on rile lyiig at Ill wharf, ht forultnlatol escapedf. The loyalios int that town had notie toIn leave, and lid acordlingly. At BIloharrenoi tile rebiels, 4th sol r i atlmckad the ihse of the. L. Btowteni aftr 0 miruea e fillhtig, ,le. Brwtn, Mr. 5.llie, Jr. Ml. t[Is,, al lther contr. toulionalisti atrretti red theultltlres ptilonters.o Te Ilea tlry orteg, lll siL!lar se.e zed b. y tin rebel aty .ae a t) te river RichePolieu tile rbels lad risen, and wern oaid to he at SOt. Clhotrles, dl erittig nn- ll it their desti. nition watt Onl altetk ot Sorel lThi iltri giti',t ii sta tioned thtere. Tihe Inrli.n at CI:ltthntwace, wshile at p llie wtra! l. oa Sundtoy, we Iotifilnd lite a party of rebelAs wtreC as. selnleld near he chultrch, and rRi itg the war w lhmp tltruokPd Ithem tilll eai iabolttii prico.si, lwho tore carried itto bi ot eoia . 01 ttatlmary,trlart.l meeting at n ell.e near Sanit Johls wasurprtsld, ad Belvaltn risollelr taknsl, nimsl All teose nffiro lrcsoUrrel ii thle li"reith dliesete at the S l out f il litrte l. I'l'.rc Otle, ruo se nlso ofl ri slng'at itih ' elt,. Fol lltitlllro itndiao, ittnpeunrp v. rv praltte htllt a Iconcelrl exluis inq 9c1cR (te, (diOllf. .d all -i r Ie Irnrlv nc--even to ceto.fitc-- news nl th ri-illngs were. peulilhed by p "at oi ie" nl I',e sinre .ilallhicllyollr wilh il]'Jr oprrrelluc In thi. wayv tlin although it is imp)ot.sile that ittiglce ct :d hove bevn rce eived lirlll tut city. The rils otn the t. John ril ronall were disnvered oa Sunderl nlornclu I iitn hovr leei ttirll ip, atitt 3t ftt, hilt were rellnred wilhllolt dlev. Thli ,-nly crtes it loyalisot killel iei tesl iu ttircio tierns, ae }halve x ,'n, oe .ucl res. Witalkr al i Vitcv lit 'Plrtll. ,ll'. Jlh ttlel)nt n l, mtigiicerat' at lilttllhln r tltis wall llltgtlt rie "tltttled AlInnug lie uIllllnes otf ih pernca nenret a ld teo tiDctrl Lrernix, F. B. Vhicr. ('i rles olndt-,let, I.. H. I.ufi t line,- Ilarkii .J iti Ilonezei:li, Ferance i ies Ivi - ret- a.ilet, iabelleL. I.. t Vig'r, Dixter. Chtapie, Frneois Iqg,.un -- Inhouto, J. J. Girola ard, J. A. Lahadie, H B. Weihureieer, G ad Gorge Sevaelal IImll pol have, it is Rolt bteeticeiz Pite rhel il tI l,,owetr rl eiher provie r... sCi mu ti for Loind BRrounhnai' rernil of Lord Durm--w .tr n ier alpnrolre wt Ithe silual--so uInjeh afr injldCi Ious iltter feren,rc. int ln te laitl. i' PSivatc Iollettersfm.h ntrlea state tra hat ithe itll rreem tein p P i t U stlllthe Unahec u i ri 't. {nrl ,t e cl l. ileissOll oxi in allIltreal--hllttipr is at a tetl, aoill the+' bloloks hay(+ ae l lllel~ll hd spr,.,ic pie. "llts. PrivimcE t F 1i ity [ii S"aiu-llenty, Str .itlt ('c-lt rcit linie.hl uiratld (C at if teh ,nioo Ilt lalrlh Leie .Mltdl Oetir of ht B It,, Adt!ii nis, rter I1 llh Got. vertnieelt fn tile ProlVil(c itI Is wer I annclIn, liit.ttie t tP i. rt l r tie t:hiei l itH r . j tnjr l) 's FIre, .a it trltd P .,,v.iace, &c. &,.. A PllOt La. \I A' lfN W'lhereas clicLe cxlostt ill II- lit*iet of ,ilntreil a tora e ro rs cueltliraic, pby uile eil f great , ve rsion el tl tiauh.riy ol ll.er 1 jnor, no tlhe. destrucitcn of lie vetahllshlic,l co si llon and thverlld n o hirth ai rt e nn l wlehies thett sald Itraitr ll rell,. irney halh brok ,r tot ill acts of the rnn osl d,rinr alctd op i ureell, nn an aleres the said rhtillle C ailnt velr cetnmdelrnlly .lnludet d ici , ill n yo 1a1:i lfinht i.er, I ,,lies8 Iof arimeld Iriertte hour oipe nlr arriced It It sitlves noid (l lne II ('. m lnli n d,' d uI sal l i 1 , nolte s upol IeIr t.,j l% 1t -iih jee s, nId hIve lol thitiled the lOwe, hoirridt ex(.r, os ~nl -loch,~ r . Ai d r leet a int sti1ieta ,rY ) fhesr I n ).ri S t nlanarh eaid f -cli trely vis I rclil II n ii ms ontt laiunlittd fit cc, s nti i tll tcrtitecthrranteft ir hroUeln at in on rbtt llini r nirse ler t icllt nlof nollo lli e noeo" so ', lllI, h eIIl." elves P arlrh sl,,r stle C i ,l Patetr tre icl, eitl Icr he tinpra hillve aor lrl incll tn ,it, tierl, vi.,al'n i, and fo lelid cer rangdt,lnts for lll rtiel ll lpall n aI llotz.d Anlild discipline lr C ande iof Jll.urerne of eir DiirpIct , hn ltve, freqI hose n l scl it e I i in lr at lnll, UtteUttol nliuorgi atlt whilreeitithr exerligol pet, elhitilporeCv lil or ,aeli i li t,rit ii lan- Ithlppresidih o ti, alyesaid rawi,r li alnd wieked otl iI tlleracy a cnd Rlj ht,' eciyll. C ,te ir,, io etil e the livic n -_eit properties rlit ti r ti njii y'r Ivai suhjetiy Dieticl aIf inlt, talt I hvrll nattdy eoied tuoih eail aissor Wti all oe i rrter, a leriri; i nl to, ". tALTreh. Lpubhlc fietty riti stht hcllllt ric LIsa1 atuld he rilcahland iPrtcliaeti, tIer lie rntltiihacit tlabo sdeoalill tieti ylhatt [ thall ort'1 std tlicshad rtusee ittb itre-tid Cllitdt. tpllith.u ilt psino. iiir hti, itt hltic riit if r w tr toer tittias or tid eteiygI Sei rthery sit the Piitci. Ih n u, sily l.lit hlot ary al er l he il it, Illi. n11.l Iciti it i r intlett oly rcqiai tIolhat dillr h iltrlInUlilt r.tIlya IInley'Iar~h ort ponccuol. L(utnal a t hiredl out absedit Ititcrly, or he henidll the tridrot, it (nil ted p 'reotroen. 1s, aitl slic aths t,,ntr~lo ].soihlliers ofi Iorine. The Canadian Declaration of Ilde eondenco we cony Iroln thel Herald: DECLA RATION. Whereas Ihe solemn covenant made with tho people o Lower and Upper Canada, and rcotrded in tile Silnlir ltuick ol jlhe Itited K gintnl ol Greal Britain and Irelnnd, as the 31at chaptler of tlie el passed in the 31st ycer of the Reign of Kin" George IlI, hallh rea nr -n'ilnuully woioa' d y tbe Briish Guvernment, and our rlghit usaloled; and whi ream our humble pc.i lons, add ese.s, pro. esta and remonaerances, ngaknst this injurious and unconsuitllional interference Inav Ieen made in viin, and the British U~lvernmenlt hallth dispoed of our ruveoui. Hiltot the colllllllotnal ctnsnl if Ilie Lol I. eislature,.pillin.td our Treasuary, ar.elstd great numlllbrs of oulr utlizts, and coim-, tliltd them to prison, distributed tbrough the conntry a ilmercenary arms, wllhoe prelsnce is oc. compacelld hv consternation antd slarmt, whose track is red with he Iblood of our people, who have laid our villages ia ashes, profaned our 'elotple, ami spread terrr and was e Ihrough the land. And whereas we can no longer luf.fer the repeated via itiIons if , or dearest rights, and patiently rapport lte utultiphled ..rages and cruelties of tile Gov arontent of Lower Caad;:--We, in the name of tie People at Lower Canandi, acknowledging the decree ilt a Dlvine Provildence which prrmits us to pil down a (;Gover.nltren which haih abused the olhject anal inteition or which it wia created, and ed make chiiei of that form of G vaernmena which ahill re.enlealinh the empire at Juatice, assure g mdotifia rrlqitilt,, [providae Ior crusmmn drlenes, prmo'ea geiernl erotd, a ana eure ro u and ote aJat"J( ho site llllltge oa civil ad r lligroUu ibertny, Pmolatt etY DrPr.~nr I. That frontl hie t ly forwnrd. Ine Popyle ol Lower Canada are albtaved from all allegiance to Great Britain, and that the pilitical connaection between that peowtr ald Ltower Canada, is now dinsolerd 2 That a Republiean form of Government is bhet suited to Lwrtlanada, which is this day declared to he a Republic. 3 That under the Free Goveernment of Lower 'Caadn, nil persona shllall enjoy the same rithts; the Inrdians shall no lohbrrr ee andertnny ievil dsa qualificatiou, hut shall enjoy the samne tights as all other citizens of Lwer Canada. 4. That all union ,ytmween Qhurth and State is hereby declared to be dissolved, and every person shall lie at liberty freely to exercise such re'igton or beliefan shall Le dictated to himt by his con cienne. 5. Tt'l'a the Feudal or Seignioral tenure of land is hereby abolithed as caro pltely as if auch tenure had never exised in Canada. 6. That each sad every person who shall hear arms, or othlerwi.e furnish assistance to the people of Cannad In this conteet for emancipation, shall be, and is discharged frolt all debts due, or obli. calintots real or supposed, for arrearagen in virtue ul Seign oritl rights heretfoareexisting. 7. Tlhat the Duaire Columier is far the future ahliahed and prollbited. o 8. That imprisanlrent for debt shall no longer exist, excepting in such cases of fraud as shall be specilied ill an aet to he pas ed hereafter by the Legislatnre ol Lower Canada for this purpose. 9. Thlat sentence ol Death shall no longer be passed or executed, except in case of murder. 10. That aortgages on land estate shall be spe cial, and ht be valid, shall Ie enaregistered in offices to he creaoled fr-r hir purpose by an act of tile .eriolatutte oftLower Candl,. 11. That, tle libertv and freedom of the Press shall ex ist'in all paulic mallttets sld afflirs IS. That trial by Jury is guaranteed to the jiea. pie of Lower Canada in its moat extendrd and hiteral sense, in alleriminal suits, and in civil auits ahove a .tnt to be fixed by the Legislature of the State of Loveer Canada. 13 That as general and pnbliiEducation is naces. sary, and due by the government to the people, ant act Ito provide for the same shall he pnased as soon as the circumstances of the country will permit 14. That to secure thi, elective franchise, all eleetions nthl he had bly balltr. 15. Tilnt with the least pnasihble elay the people shall chose Delegates aecording to the present division ol the colntry, inta rounties, town, and borroughs, who ahlln consiatute a convention or legislative Ibdry, In eelrnlish a Co,lstitution ac cording ,o the wantas of tle country, and in oen uormity with the disposition of this Duelaratiun, suhj.:ct to be modified according to the wi'l of tile iptople. ih. That every male person of the age of 21 yeara~ nd auwanrds, shall have rIt,, rightr a vaineg as herein provadle, and for the i lectoun of thle store. eaid dilegnlra. 17 That all crown laitds, also such as are en'led clery reserves, and unch as are nomitnlly in poruresion of a certain r'aompant of land holdetrs it Enlnand, called the " British No:th A'neriean Lanl Conip.ilry," are of ri.ht lthe propu:rty if'he state of La oer Canada, except each poritons of the aforesaid lands as rany be in poa·sosion of persons who hold the same in good faith, and to whom ritles shall be secured and granted by virtue of a law which shall he enacted to legalize the posses-ion of, and a title for, such untiled Iota ol land in tie townaships as are under cultivation or improvement. 18 Tlhat tle French and English languages shall he used in all public affairs. And for the fulfilment or this Declaration, and for tihe support of the Patriotic cause in which we are now engaged, wih a firsm reliance on the proatecton of the Almighty, and the jstice of oar c 'tlduct, WE, by tlls ae presents allemnly pledge to each other our lives, our ortunes, and our Imost sacred ahouor. By order of the Previsional GCrvernmene, ROBERT NELSON, Presdent. FURTHER PARTICULARS. From the N. Y. Advertiser of the 10th instant, we copy the following: Oar advices fromMontrenltarre tp to Wedlaodanv Mor. ning tie. 9lh in-t. 9 o'coehk, and iro thies frontier to 5 On W\ednesday morning early tie steamboat Bur lington, Canmmdn;ore Saheiman, toed t ae s nan lll, at Clhamplain, Wtlln tl sellagilleer waso inforned ly thl celebrated i)r. CaoA that he Iad cmear to ltle d,'tinitaaa tiolr sto op e intereoursefclte/eeatr United Slnlre and Canada; aaid fIr tIat pturlpose tlh ltrlington coul( not proceed falrther--t hat the had inder his cu rol a force nffciellt to rarl'v t a i nt reoen holteit.cte. This iuflrlartina was imitt 'litaly eo'lartlulicarted to thie Coulntodorer, who went r Core and Ied ao iuoltrvier I waithCoteL tile resat of thiach atra, that tl e l talirugron was etrllltted toIl'oeede. We are iltatraed tihat (etct lhctaored c that this shel(i] he the lsnt bat tbleerited rto pass, and tihat e wald hrin dlown a n field iieie arnd fire it into any bat that re lold attempt toa pIss il hro w.at, after being earno d co his intention. ./a/le rl Odretoiinr.--i hiag khnown at Odletnoa that an alta-k wah as to be mnlde of 1t.a t sr oiiate r ll .+ nighl, the lliitia were Ilner:id fade t'rea t as-lo havi rIceived inferlnationt tint a pnrly oftae robehs were t. areoaching they went oart t ndrr cover if a daok niagl snad feall it wirle thtil rit ot diac faro fto the ta rw-oa iattlo ensaed, whicit r.tsua( trt In tedenair Ofti.it tflto iUnslllgcllts,alald til capltllre ofa piuce of arltilerv nand hto hallllaruge talld of arns. It was inlt the iltemilan, we ate intsh dih efthe mlilitia to he troubled with ch ison ers at hisj lnaelur,. A slo hnladen with munition, of war--anong which ouaa Inrge Inumbtlllnr e kll k ts--lha hee. eneined on I.aka Clhutipti/it, by Mir. Cunke, one of the officers of ithe ellatlllta it was thl prevailineopinion a' Montreal tinat ran qmtility wortld Sll(l he restlored. The ndnlinnsli lto wa. nlalkily ant idoevery leraca aa hie dia. llll lal to cht k / lh )irit of ill.aUgrti cion h alt i hid nlltl/ifeted itsel. 'I'ITe aohjet of the rebels atppeared Ito te to make roe agene. fir whi/h purpoane tlhey were making prisonera of women and chililreu-prcl/r/rlg ilatll cases tIe tadins tof respectabl e emtin w. T'/heGovernor and Colnerit, having grantel permia.. sion io the bankas to usapend specie paynrttr., they hlave all nvaliler) tlhemselves otf the privilegeaxettilatrt oftthe 'l)al ih'st Buank-it wr. requtred of tlat institution tl/a tlhre they sa' [)enal the paymnrrt ofaipraie, they iabotli nake an excta/it of trie sta/e of (heir aLffair-this they hallo yn t yolme. We mtcntiontad trat on Sunday night t ights were pyi. tell in Ihe windowsa ofthe several iwellrings in tloatenl; Iie3 was also dneoII MonDtRday. aid oas to he cotrinued Urtil fulhlther eoraers. The lame af Wolfitd' Nelton, noticed reeterdnav, shnltd have Ieen Robert: Wolford was nere of thone oenet oio eartrln. 'ITre 71l regimtenl, nder the commandl of Col. Grer, leit Maotretal /r Chamtly nnel St. ChIrles on W/edne. lday--thay reached St. Jlhns at 1's orck, and mmedi. Itrly proereedPd to theiar places nfdlestination. No rntelligeee thad Ieen received of the fate of lr. Flliec.hnd hi familv. 'The insuargette hIad niade pri/on era of Mtt. Odle ana her futrily /f Naoiervile aund taken lltlni away. lThe dwelling Ihousn in rite village directly opposite Ci. Johns were set on fire on Wlnerlaesdav morning aald hlrnedl down; the fire was pUt ourt with Itnid of the troops statinnedl at St. Johns. Thit probably led to tht report that St. Joihn wman .rele in flamer. 'i'he river in not wide, nInd a person at a distance might readiy have miarhken thIe ooe Itr ie olher. srome afera were still fi]t or the safely of the rail road lauta largelnilirary force ie etationed at rte princpal pai/te, wllich will exere +e a vigilant wrtcrfUlneea. The steamer 'Liverpool' had not arrived at New York on the Ith inst. l[tJur eohlmns today are principally devoted to the two important enhjecia of News last receiv. ed, the whig triumph in New York, and the out. break and progress of the insurreetion in Canada, In the former, the Whigs of the whole Union are strongly interested: tile victory is one of principle: it is the triumph of the 'cober second thoughtls' of the people over the oultrageous power of tile go vernment, and its iniquitous sub areasury, scheme, -'-.I e'second thonughts' which the democrats so loudly boasted would return the empiro state to the degrading vassalae of Van Iulreni=m. The 'whigs have nohbl done their duty, but never let it he t.rg.,tten how strong are their obhligainnon to the honest conervaio en -those unchanged demo. crate who scorn to carry their adhesion to a poll. rical chief to the exrent of breaking down the glorious eonstlution of their conunry, and aid in huolding up a.monnrchy on the ruinl of pore repu hlienn principle, In all places thrnouhout New Y irk the conservarivre have acted nobly, patrio rically. They have abundantly proved, niot Ihst they loved their former friends less, but thon they were more bond ton their own prineiples, not that they loved Van Duren lnes, but that Ihey loved A. trmerlica more. T'ie *'rmes' has throlghout thep rton. teot, rrndered the most efficient a.id biontoraile aid in earr)in the whig ticket, and well may we congratulate the conservatives throluglhout the Union on the success ofolur joint exertions to pot down the presenlt m l ohnonxious eystem. There it circumsntatnce which may not have struck every one, yet is capthil. of o ,y dlemonistration, that the lessening of ilie newly made vorers in the rity of New York has hadl a powerful influence on the elections in that city and in Ite tat ese that have recently exhibited a loco foco inrrease. It is an indisputable fact that since the erisis, as shown by the tax lists of New York that forly thiousand lately inatoralizeI citizena hote left h;lt emporium. Threae have principally passed off tol the west of Pennylvanin, to Ohio, and Michigan. T''here they have still voted to continue the present party in power, whtile the resident populatin of New York having more er:erience in the neceasities of our government, no longer borone down hb their votes have thrown off the hirthen which I.otely oppress ed them, an once gain resle Ihltir poa tito as tht moI. fre. t, I enlidlocunJ coi.ooloulity tour Soit In. "'m, f ,' n,. ih T ta t te ta m_: c have to be c'ected dxt Jaanuly, and a prrimue .eatetrint of the Holelecy forl =-twltake p.lme then. The comptroller, Secretary ofeta'o. and attornuy general will have to turn out, and even Cro- we'l'days are numbered. The fliowllt are theClty returln. NEW YORK STATE ELECTION. Congrea. WHIE. Loorn oo. 1d t136; 1298 1307 1301 693 7916 6074 690 4th 17 1177 1178 1173I 948 911/ 953 951 5th 1421 140 1497 1420 1100 10412 110l 1111l 61thl 942 937 912 30 950 9I11 133 957 71h 173.1 1'49 1702 1 I42 1055 1621 1077 16171 Nth 1112 ,1494 000 16 0 1908 17.7 19111 l906 Ith 14559 1447 110 1419 185.5 1814 18.511 167 10ah 1310 131 1330 1513 31744 1 ,703 1737 1739 1 0th 61 56 60 0 65e 1403 133. 13991 1404 12t5 304 3-07 380 3 5209 502 504 517 th'tt 1012l 101I 11l i04)7 142`2I 1491I 1417 1422 14thl 10133 1034 111s 6 1131 1120 113 I1136 15th: 1413 14.14 14401 421 639 622 6.111 1147 16th' 91 9791 0979 95 11997 883 10121 918 ,17t4 312 1118 1125 1120 137 1210 3046 130 STATE TICKE EE. QO'THEOR LR E DTOGT O THENATOP jWhi L.F Whig a.F. 5H5)7 .' M e o A 8 nt4 1ard I l' 9 139 460 1 99 4361 911 4113 99 444 4th 11088 711 135.5 721 1019 733 5th 2 101 904 10900 96 1017 904 ith 303 1061 1715 115 1302 112i 7t1.h 1.11 9709 96 976 920 .123 8th 1747 1670 9117 1t684 1748 0674 39th 1957 1930 19316 1007 1900 48.3 0th i 146 2490it ) 1376 18011 1426 2094I 12th . .. 8 8.'10 1737 12961 1750 1291 27501 19th [ 41 141l 60714,4 0066 14'14 14th t" 12 14281 090 14311 920 0534 19th '. 1401 11371 971 9139 20210 1120ll 16th " 90, 650 1443 669 1493 2220 17th u 1141 12401 951 1069 1030 1255 20 2110 21:159 19 206 29549 110 12029 470 Seward (Whli) majority over Marny (Loco Faoe), 941 oTrty (Loco Foco) majority over Brndieh 341 Furman, (Whig) majority over Tompk ibt (Loto Faeo), 644 From the N. Y. Express we give the re2urn from the counties &c. as foras reerlained on the Ilth inst. "STOP THAT BALL." THE EMPIRE STATE REDEEMED, ,'THE SOBER, SECOND THOUGH01TS OF THE P]'OPL2L" RESULT OF THE ELECTION. Memtbers of Asaembly, 1818. Whlig. Lone-foeo. Seward. Macry, New York 12 04 Kings 1 1 f2 Queens 1 35 Westclteoer 2 443 Orange 3 141 uIIler 1 1014 Dtchete 3 585 nd532001a 3 Columbia . 3 P'tnam I 375 Greene 1 1 50 Delaware 2 700 Waslington 2 2070 Renoelear 3 582 Alhony 3 673 sGCeneceltdy 1 72 Saratoga 2 275 lerkimer 2 1101 Oneida 4 800 Esae I Warren 1 Cone. 150 Montlgoery 2 Fulton 1 400 nffolk 2 1014

91honrio 2 fIhenango 1 950 Cayuga 3 300 Onondaga 4 Cortland 2 530 Jelferson 3 1551 Maolion 3 101 Monroe 3 1300 Oswego 2 150 LewisI Wayne 2 50 Rirlnodllbo 50 tio 3 1200 Geneesee 4 Ioivi1ig1 tU1 2 Orlratos Niagara Eri e Chatauqnoe 1 ArllIegny 11 Franklinl i wrolil'kom r 1150 lnt,'s 1 I)0 lOlckiotld I 3149 Ots-go :1 s'. Lnawrecae 2 8teiettnh 3 CthemllInt Fivae mrnller E to be ward Cloran. THEI VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. We gle belorw tile v ma fler LGoverror as for 1A here been rrreired. Sr er 'n moaj,rity will not lie far from 101,00. Brlldrel lia ne n l1ehiod tie ticker in olne eountiei , hil has gnined W llon g we Ihink in oerll' tl.o ke li mtljolrty eqlal to Sew.rd'e. Theoll'fvinl relurns from btl lew of lhe co0tltien have been recelld ue h MEMBERS (OF CONI;REiSS ELECTED. Ist Doslrel, Thomas J aJonksain, (locl3i) 2d do JInnesde l Montonye( (Loco) Oden Illntoft, 3 Edward E iiris, S d loo ser . Grinnell, (nain) Whig. James Monore,(galn) J 4-h do (novrrnear Keimble, Lnoct 1ilt do Chnrles Jlhnson, Whig gain flh do, NelhaneclJon., Loao 7th do Rufus P.len, Wlihig giin 91h do Hliram P lo11, Whig gain 10th do Doni D Bnrnord, Whig gain Ilth tin Anson Brlwn, Whig gidn 121h do David Russell, Whig 131th do Thlomes A KTnolll l.., Whilg gain 15th do PeterJ Woggener, Whig glin 16'h do Andrew W Dig, Leo I lHlt do 'I'Thonn C' Cril 3end1n, Whlig gain 19 1 do Jnlli IIPrenltiea,Lrco 21st1 o John C Clark, Whig gain 411t do Christopher Morgana, Whig gain 25'h do John M Hlley, Wlhig gain 28th do .Thomas S Kemphall, Whig 17 Whigs--6 Litco Foeos. Whlig gain 13. SENATOR, FIRST DISTRICT. Counties. Furman. 'Irotnpkin Whia . Loeo Foco. New York, 814 - Kings, 36 Riclhmond. 28 644 64 64 Furman'W majority, 9580 SEN A'I'E. There are relgl Senatora nlrerd tOhm 3a1r, of wholm the Whigs have probsbly alt, and Illt Luor Foao TWO, ans followtr: WHIG7S. Iet diatriei, Gabriel Formen, of Ringa. ad do Haroey Wtatsolt, loSch-llarie. '4ih do Bethuel Pck, of . % arrean.. 0th dI Alva Ilun, of Chenano2. 7th do Robert C Niehlolar, of Ontario. lilt do Henry Htwkiua,of Tennessee. LOCO FOCOS. 24r distriel, Deniel Johrt1n,o TtoRhkland. 5ilt do Jelrph Clark, of Moditen. Whligs. Van Ilren. Srentnrr frm rrlv ele,'ePnd, 9 I Dt. elected 1i1i1 9r30, 6 2 14 17 Van Rubroll's mnjlriiyl. 2 With a tanit hope oi a tory u.Jlrnity on joint ballor, in thie New York legislaetre, on the day after the election the 'Pot' nominated Cambrrling as the party candidate for U. S. Senator, in place of N. P. Talmadge! The sober seeond Ihoughts of the people however in the western esunties came Inlon the 10th, and dissipated all the fairy dreams of the tory Post. The great 'rejected' is theref.re bound to stlay r,.jected. The Boston Post ins been boasting that the Magician's wand hI.s been a work in Pennsylvania,-wonder what it was doing in New Y,ýrk. Is it tree thll t certain otllcinl personagl e liad the guns ready charged yeslterday morning to lire a hundred shrto in honor of ihe expectled cocksure Inlo loeo triumph it, New York? If so, we trusl as he has no nee for them now, he will pernmit no to use thernt a a Itthe tof the tllhousand guns which we hope will he fired by the Whigs of Louisiana, in favor of the unlooked for triumph of IIth glorous whit parrt of New York. It appec.r Ithat tte whiys 01 New York havn. elctted 23 memhbers to ronn.es.: probably 25, Four wooden buildingt were destroyed last evening at the curner of I'oydras and St. Peter sip, by re,. The Rlier, ,--At .u.cotingun the9th th" Gaaerte announces the resumption of navigaitin not to he interrupted until the river is frozen over. At Cincinnati on tile I1th the river wes sltwly riseng. E.cplcl.ag F.r.edit:oe.-.Iv tht brig Cazerore,ar i ved yet*rdv, we carn that i iFplorib. Expedlition wee at adti.a un t.ltEW September, 'I well, to uarl scant. ' LATrCtr -EiltiorS -Tire pnrlet ship Oxf c rd C pt. Ratfihone, crriv.d nl New Yt rk on ote O0'h inct. hringin. Liverp.nl d.itts toI the 8th Oct. Tlte kllnnce fromn lI.:vre no the 81B wos belnl' ,n 1heIIllh. Tae Great Western was exprectdcn the night of the I Itl. On mnercantile matt. re we extract the follw'ing. LIVERPoOl COTTON IMARKET, OlctO. The demand frocc 'the trade loe. thlis week. be n limited, And the tre ei the market has been du'l, but withnut prod ccing any influence on prices wheilh dcle at last wrrek's quotaticon. T.ae trant sadtiteni in rnazil and Eg.prian have been to a (air xtent at a eady price, 1,400 American nald 1,300 Sueat have been taken lotr expor,. Toe cortton market remains dull. The sales ,o day are 200 hales. COMPUTED STncxe.-)ct. 5, 1I38, 468800, same pericd, 1837, 268400. A fire broke oat a tLiverpool on the night of the 5th of October, in a warehouse in Robert Street North, leading to Pri, ce's dock. it c,,ntained 9000 bil.a of cotton, belonging to W. &I. Brown, Mtlolvnenx, Wilt rby & co, Wi'des, Pickersgill & coo,and '2200 balha wool; both wool and cotton were destroyad. Tie building, seven stories higch, with allthe contents, wn erntirely destroycld-lIase estimated at $60,000-cmocstly atc, vered hy iscurance. The duty on foreign wheat bad advanced to 16, and on Flour to (Os 3,4J per barrel. lAU I3D On the 15th inst, by the Rev. Abbo Moni. Mr. Leon Pncm eade to Miss Paulina Clemeantina daughter of A Moudelli, Eq. of this city. LOUISIANA DRAGOONS, ATTENTION! IIE company will assemble on Wednesday nest, 2ls inot.at Itch Armory Room, in Cuommon st, opposite Capt. Johns' store, at 6 o'clock, P'. I., in civ. il dress, wie Sweords uand Spurs, for Drill. The members of the committee will assemble orne hour prcvions to the above time and hour stated, say, at 5 o'e.ek. All active members of the company will provide for their respective monthly dues, to be paid into the Tren surer's hands at the tmoe. i[AII ' members absent, witlhot Ieitng anhbi to show good cause, provided fcr in article 11th, will he fined in conforitiv to art. ln0l of the Bye-Laws of tIis con pany, ad Ipayment thereof entorecd iortbwith. By older of the Commander, CHIAS. ECKtIHARDTI, enrcl9 Orderly Serg't NEW ORLEANS J )3KEY CLUB BACES. OVElR the EcP'lipse CO rIsIP, to ecOmtUPICe n 'rites .day, the 4th of I)ecember, and contincue six day. FIRST' DAY. Jcckev Club Purse, $1,5011, 3 mile hears; second hest horse to receive p$30, provided amore titan two start; if but two, the wi-lter to receive $1,200. SI'EtNlci) DAY. Proprielor's Purse, $1,100, two mile beats; secnlt best horse to receive $'In, providled more thum two start, if but two thei winner Io rCteric $1,tl00l. T.I)D tD)AY. Tihe No:w OrlPens Plte--t plendtid TIri Service of Silver, value *1,nH t. 2 mile hieant. In thics race fernt year olds and illcder, ce rcvYie their appropriate weights; 5 year olds and over c 1 011 o ,nls. Joackey c(ilhl PilP w, $. 1,ilt 4 rIile ,lint't ;sc n till bst enrse t rceieo $5,00. Irovided lre thatl two atttr; if hbt two, :Ie winllcer to roecive g$000. •rP"'!4 IhAY. Proprielor' 1 P turs, $1.,0 tumile bhat. , best thrl:e in live. SIX'It D.1. I'roprioetl'r Purse. $1,(0l11, lhree ile heRs. Slc m It:atid. Ic(c Il lt I'c'ttedsc, i]t.hnlcg fromc shllip I.agrnge, and fior Sale by V ' nnvil9 93 r,union st ICA ct -A low t eg 1t1,1i itBalm ralm Dnav 41. New l.vi"e cf.ofle thce -ire,.,'x I,- ,, r,.e Ci ;,,cty- cew F 11D F Sto-kbolders are hereby notified that tihe r'ran mIl~lltl lnlelt Oil their Ptork is dlle and ,aranble oo Ithetie Decet ber ntc t, ar t le ictt o thle Lc uiclitpllV. E I, "ItRACY. _ ov9 E pSe'y BUREAU D'AinuitINCs )S P't)Mi, ITS DiE 1.A NiI,tJ-OIi.L'ANS. SLES Actionncires sont par Cet avis notilesqule le Cinquicme verseman( srll" urr ntlionn, cat du t devraetre paye tle 8 Deceemhre lchcccinciul Burealc d a Compngcie. 8nov E. IIt"lttC Secrettire WAN'I'ITE) SCHOONER o the capityv Oif 100 iids. Sugar to loadl bfor lo ilt. Apply to LEVI II CAI.F, aovl 4 93 Commot ,t NEW ORLEANS Steamn and Patent Biscuit Bakery-Waters and Hillman. No. 9, Morenu (near tile Pontchartrain Rail Road.) Pilot and Navy Broad, Soda and Wine Riscuit, Sugar, Butter, Midobrd and Water Crackers. All the above articles are warrantcd to be of the first quality, and to keep in any climate, being completely kiln dried. Also,-Kiln dried corn meal. Orders left at G. W. Pri chard and Tagaut, Jr. corner Magazine and Poydras streets, will receive prompt attention. Small kegs put up exprerely for fanmily use. 15nov NOU 1IE. D URING the temporaty a bsene of the subscriher front the city, Charleas Briges Elsq.willct ast his authorired agent; and to him nll' having business with the undersigled, will irlouse apply. FRANCIS ILSLEY,JUN. noel4 1828-tf Oice New Orleans anil .Mashvi/l R'I. R'd. Co., , N\'overrber I hh, 1938. D RAFTS on New York rt right for sale, in satms to suit purchasers, at t percent. premium. JAMIES 11 CALDWELI., nol4 Pres't. "R1O.1.A" TO'. IRAFFL:E. TITIE celehrated New York trotting horse, 'ROLLA,' will I. raffled Ifor n Saturdl y the 24th instant. l'This very populrr unimrl, the Wilher of ermny races, lid possessing such uendoulld ed spced, and beottrm, is now in tile beat possible condition, ane I.ay be eenrr at any time and pariculars learnled a thie slaine of OLIVER lDUBOIS, Tattersall's, in St. Charles st. corGravier IfT'Clhances $20eahL nvei6-td. BAZAAR. Corner of St. Charles 5. Con.non street, EXCHANGE lHOTEL. l.USH & AI.l.AN eollid respectfilly rall Ihe at. t entil, ofcitizen.; an slrtrangers to rihircrmnplctr with lineo trouts. fashionable linen fronts: linen c-l lars: silk, rotton and rerilll llr shlirts and drawers: eeamhric anld ilk hIadkerin.iCf: black lsd ftIf ry Cera vate inrrreat rlriet,: etn:ke orrevery dcecriiltiolr; gmi eleastic ltll erotton suspelndersd ailk. ceotton d thlread gloves: ents loskin gloves: umbrellue and enses guld ionuc rd. Alse,-Splendld aseartenrrt of lideea and eernt wri ring deske, dlesieg carese, port folios. perfumnery, cut lary, and rich fienvy gods. te I I Blank Checks, Bills of Lading, Auction Bills, PamphletS, Show bills, Cata logues, &c. &c. lO'ORtDERSfor the Above, antr every other der cripion of [f7I'RlN 'lNli;.g received at Compring Room of' TRUE ,AMlELtIC.\N," in ST. CnaRL.tS Ex CHANGEl , 3d door frol Gravir street. Extensive andl Beautifull IBon and Jon FoeuTs, from the best 1'onrdries inllthe Ueiitd States, have just been added to the already rwellesticked Esta.bliselrmr t; -and I(RDERs will be e.cerIed as I.ow, as Chlaplil, E:xpeditiously andl Beautifully, as at ay other Office in the City. CARDS [EP PRINTED at the shoreest Notice, in the most elegant manner, in Black or Colored Ih.e, on Enamel led, White F'lake, or Plain r lfireed CARDS, and at Prices rery teasonable at 'I'iaI*, %\Ii'.RICAN OF FICE, rcorner of oydras ram St. Charles et4. ,Crereal Newand Taenriifml Foueents of TYPE nhae just been added to the lstablishment. Orders reerrived at Coprlrtinr Rolrm, 81. Charles Exehange, 3rd door fromr Gravier st. nov-if MWondelli di Reynolds, AIICIII'PTEICT' AND BUILDlERS, SIAVi'ErnmovedI tr,.:, oItl:e t, trh \ft EatoCrtr "FICHAsG. 'n I Stnra, 'N "? lr I. nllrane r Exclrehatl Plaee. near tile I"-i rt.IrIr. Dev'S 81. C3arles Theeatre. teneit obl Ir. 1. II. hi.l). THIS EVENIN(G, NOV. 119, The whole will eonelttde withl tile new Piece of MY YOUNG WIFE & MY OLD UMBRELLA. Greggeor Grizzle, I1r Cowell, Peter I1'rog, Williams, Tompkiu hP, De Bar, Dinal. Mr Plmer. An Overture by Orerhestra, After which the Inoghnbole Force of MY AUNT. Dick Dashall, ilr Field, eRattle, Cowell, Sirs Corbit, Slrs Maddent. Grand Pes Seul, Liad'e Rovenot. To conclude with BENNETT IN TEXAS. Mr. Beneett, " lr. J. SI. Feld. GUNNY AGllS-75 hales 2 buslel bags in sltotel, ndforsaeby G I)ORSEY, noel9 44 New Levee LOUR.--6i(H) bbls. B~aker's bra·nd, in store u ld for sale by G; D:)RSEY, . noel9 44 New I~evee TO1' LET. noTwo hT ouses near Tirvoli Circle; apply to 01,1',' .I!.i noe19 JOii, IEULit OF U o UUUR'I'. HE Ru!es of the Circuit and District Court of tihe th U Ir this diatrict, tbr ple at tile office of tlte Marshal oftnid Court. Apply Io noel9 JP WALDEN. NOTICE. lEI~T're packet silip Oclnulgee, leIvit, master, tfou New York, is now djiehnrgioc four tiers below the Rail Read; consignees will pleaoe attend to the receipt el their teods. noel9 3t NOTICE* i07lMessrs Sherman & Co, and H Browning, con tlclleee per her-quoe Ieanmrriseiote, will pIerse moke known titrir residuetce to tile tlisccltroinrg clerk on tihe Levee. , LEVI H GALE, notlt 93 Cummlou RIt NOTICE. Ilr. GEOIRGE MSRRICK having resigned thile of lice orchief Engineer of the New Or.anlls and Carroll toln Riil Road, Mr. Jolr trlarpsrmn hans Iben eppoirt ed in his Idnce, to whm all pesons harving rbusiness wi:, or wishine inflirmaltion regarding said Rail lo0d will ulply it thire Rail llrod Office, l'oydlran street, By order of the Board. (Signied) JOIIN NICIIOLSON, unvlT'--tf Conlhirr. W A NTED, " I)IART' ne~tre Ilien to ttenld ;'n n stor;~eea w ol ,. peaPks Fr·~el~e ara[ EngIlishl Hill hanve . pdrnll nielt situation, if' bund suitable, hy appyilog to D)AVID) FiLTE~ JL CO, New York Stntioner' I1lo. noel7 24 Chlrtrters rt oil rrrlr tile lir 31I rdo Ilio rdo 195 do Hlavnu do 485 dio I.iverpool Still 11 rrelos A rrrrri:an .lranly 2 do dres in iralttion Irrrrrels 15 pipes tbl do l0 diro Ant, ka rio Atorrrire Un i I5 rlr ltoirrrlln rio 014 bioxeoNtw wBrdlird Siperm Candloes 2)1t do ltleelrrrru's SNrrt 10 di Robbill do' io IS, do do Neo2 200 halo'f rloxs do N 2 211l IrrrXen I II Rltiriicrr 25 birrrel s s Aolr~rnr 1, r, I,t n drr 75 broxes Lmon .ro yrrir 1O dio assoorted cKtcllups 52111 SI Cigarr, verirrros qlrrriir ie 51 brxero irlrrter Chter.il 1110 11 rr le'eaRsrr l 100 dikto Tiren. assorrted oro'rku loi [litr~ii' ISr0 brxri aisorted r i lt r ickles bIl Iarrrel lhll'o surorior terackera r( li Nri :1 SIhckere 7hdilfdo roir dl 25 do do No 3 1 o WVii I grlOrt vlrirty Ierorire r rorr ill timre GrrOrr lrne, wrich will r oeld very e lrw fi'r crast, r rrn bIre -untl tioie, nVINb'ION " SHIAII., nrvr r II 7 N Iront I.ev,,e IU"tliBlDE - F eIlH--: ,0r11110 re I oflhr, oar .IJ sll .cirpool opposite tire reicdrr PIrees. Ap i,00 on eoarn, or to LEVI III A.E, nod793 tLommon st ,ror17 SAY -- 31111 Irle r lv I ohr dr e slup rrll rl- e irili r nn d lor stlir IIVI II GCI.E, trvri 97 ;onioest Il--I IIit ai ii V Vilrrrr rstrrLrII e1 ee tl rirl rid IwAC 1 ,IlI sl i t , teor'l7 1:14 Mirgnazio l 't I ) i.-- iIrce eItw lu0inie Hrer , for srae ho ABcAIAM 'I , I ]'{ lvl 7 411 Poydrut s s LICUISIANA INSiTI'I'UTE. urthentlION rcirrn r Irrern ire o e nrorrrihrI rrntd whlro of bIIuropr. .... Irtttillrii~Irr-A-ir'roirrrrri:Orr-lrtirr.rrr.... Trlh.ercourse OIerllt die be prirSilel inl trir tlreminry will b w opreend lnll tprl irne follrwilr diviarrsr,irl: bcin li, e lIneament (Ipllorllvl ef lll,; ibo::s CII hreb Irrtlitr tlfrldr- o. lred rritrrll ro r]rlrlerljrlle t tile tiirrir or ioiierrrlrrrrrr O lirn, rrrrotliellrrrrii r Is r lIrdte elan ic of tei mortm, clllrnleednldetin e Thel coa161ulclrseof llldl to be pursued i'ntlllsse nnry wll4 e ulpremd ll til od ilow hing deairtin~tlz: co ltror rriiltrlisll e t ire it nrorrer tl 10 eirieeicoe wril nllrr rrrtliruir h unirl arielioltloir h dirioirrrer7' Nuavigtion, Aet.ne ny, Ac. Ialurni Philosophy and I2. 'lir class"ialr relrretrierrrelreomrerr" idhlirte rle.rTre il0llr0tilorirh rr otr e i rl rlir axer E illiel ed 'ire taulgt hec l.reir pIorrilr erird rrlrr'rrrllirrg tile goiu rrage eerirrgir.o I. lirled rleirrlterrrr'r III rrrcnroile is lrrrgr ogeorl C4.J HADEie le ic blANN, A d r.ier J GIBSO)N tEq. cri lreev irreAident SIrANrtON, Louisiana Cllre,l Navrigtiornr Aerrrerlrrrr AC. Nlr. c llurltPIirrrrriy 11111 (Cileriniety iilitll reroe4" iy oppropririhI' ecpeerrrlleU!. 1i21"koocirriti Chlooee ill tle Sirrdorru Ie,rarrrgriiiswI1 be tlrrrrtrr id et irieeodierto frontr tire let tietrorrr. U3 J I4ADIDERMANNr A SIl. Rce'renreenrcrs J GiIBSON Les, Item P'resideet SHiANNON, Loeisiaoo Coillger Jeckson. I)r CA IUZENBERG, I. C DUNCAN Esq NJ IChIOLSON Eq, New Orleans. re/roS--1 83, MAYORALTY OF NEWOKLEANSI. T lElprile otl lmsi flour to-dlay is $11 87 per barrel, accurding to tti tarifi' ttle intkers shal give dLI riog tim lrreaet week (from Monlday 19th inst.) 28 cat eea ofl bread fur a tilt. Breatd of thu scond quality I required to weigh 25 per cent. more. viz: 35 ounces. uov17 C. GENOIS, MNs or. A FIRST rate .lilch Cow ftr sate, apply on looard ship Oconee, opposite IHospital street. CONVEISATION'S LEXICON, 12 cols, and Il'vol plates; Goethe ,-Seiller, ) 'Treek-lhIflan, n . Complete works. Wieland--Lesing, ) Th Koerner-Vander Velde Casanora, original edi Zsehokke, in 1 & in 8 vola; Clauren & Kind Nosellen, And a variety of atanuard works in the Gaerman. Al soiGernn Grammars and Dictionaries for instruc tion i Frenlch, Englishl and Spanish. E jOUIINS ACO, nnrl7 cor St fihrl.hs& CItIIIIn o at i FltHIL Eari rs lusve nmaie arranigent,.nt. ahh .BMessrs. iW'trrs & Ililhniant, f lthe ,titiitt Bake ry. fltr a cnnntanit silllipl it their liritll, Irtli I tlit the bakne hntlx,talot l;iiatwiiich wI hae ntli.ivrd ttInd otbra fLr eulhe. ennsllig ofpilo) inavy aeId i'i.,e hIaute bread; Suda Iintit, Stugiir, Iutter ani Water Cr ickers, put ult ill bhartnrel lttaxa. ,ovl7 JO TAGART Jl. , .m .iN C Inr malt, i ItihaI t;shilp Ocniulgeem , ti. IA ite tie Vegertable larket. ; LOTl II ..i-8i caisenaoouable Clothitlg, lauld Sing and for sal: bl ISAAC BRIDGE & Co, nov17 134 Magnaina sl AIt-500 ke'gs pitite Len I Lnrd, ir tale by SSI'ETI' ON &. AVERIY, nouvl7 ;8 (iranier a N1 Eb\ ANUAI.s Volt 1137; C(nrricalntre Annual, Lmlldol; ]'illdtmn't (;Galleryv ol' Gfane-' ITheo perial, i.lndon Annual Alarie A WValt, Chliristima iTales, nor 1819; Votiog Ladly's Annual, fitr lR39; 1,ull G;tlelan's Annual for 18::;A E Johns & fla's I.ouisiana Almnane for 1839; Just rceivedt and fLr sale by E J.IONS& C(O, novi7 cor St Charles & Connnon st ALLA AD DERN MAHiOMl D'S DYE. For chanting the liair, Eye brows, or Whiskers to a permanent Brown or Blak, by one application willout staining the skin or the llnest linen, just received by BUSII & ALLAN, 17otv Fancy Store, e. St Charles & Con. ' V RITNG DIB.SKS.--Writinta ses, Itrnlanlel " .rbaving Casrs, l.adins WVork Iloxt.. witi and without musle; Card Csnta, Pocket Books of pearl, ivn. rv annlt shell, just received ait lthe Iiznnir, Itr:lt.ry St. t'lilrle lald .omfnie e.,talx lmnatgea i tta,. nov 17 NOTICE rTlllE tubacribers lhavronssocilted lthrnseolvas inbll sineia under tlie filn If CHRId'I'IE [. SIN N;tTT, alid solicit a eontinuiain of iti lttttrt .,l.e re reivt' t hv their Jeit C'lios,att witile atiductitig hu-up tin Imt . w t. , - i i bo(iiallne tir-cer :ad , nv--w N. t.. t.i'T I' Jr. Camp St. Theatre. First upp reenc Ibs tuset of MriS MEADOWS.Y This Eeroing, Novnember 19. Will ble perfirlmed the Mllusieal Drama of TIHE S\\ IS COTTAGE. Nat. 'l'eiek, Mr Johnson, Max, " Hodges Liss.tte, Mine Meadows. After which, Mi.os Mendocws will appear and ,ing a song and dance. Ocerture,by the Orchestra. After which.will be perfbrnmed the Druma of TOiM & JERRY. Tom, Air Barrett, Jerry, Mnewn, logic, .Jnbson. Kate, \ lirs Barrtt. MEFAIRIE RACES. rlllIE Fall Meretin for 1838 over, this eoalmn ill .. oemneeoen Monday, flth Deetmber. First Doy--A match ir $2,.000 a side h. ft. four mile beot.; MhajorT. J.A.Vll'a ntmea bl. f Extant, by imp. Leviathan, dam imp. Refugee, by Wanderer. Grier & ilcmon'o name b. w . by Pacific, dam by Soir Charles. Second Day--A match ftr $5000 an de, I. ft. fout mile beatoe. Iajor I J Wills names C F iBeeowia, by imp. Leviatleino, d Illo k c oplb. (tlarminghat S a dam) by TIpgalanIl. Griotr & Stmton's names e. I. Wilin lernden by WeolprCeker, dam by Whipstera. Second Race, enoeday, a Swee pstake. for '2 ear old colts and fillioe, mile ouiant, $.00 entrane It frev en sublecribre. Jas S Gllrtison, CC S Farror, le Smith 1mnitlh, T Amith . 'lhoa J Wlls It) Stevetsron. Third Daly-'lwo crile beant, J C Plrse, $ Smse Ioay, Two mrile heotse J C Purse, 7500 Fourth I)a--'lhree mile hels, IJ C PurIe, 1200 Fifth lIa.,-ePourteile heate, J C Purse, 1000' Sixti Ilhly-Mile er htel. bret 3 in 5,J C Purse, 700' cventh Icly-- f lle mroile heats, Proprietor's Ipure, 10004 .TAS S GARRIeSON,. RICIIARI) ADAMS,. 'l'IIOSJ WELLS. lrvlli-treo I .uni|alhd Wrilers in every style, just received at, the IBazaar, eoruer of St. Clhnrlesand Ltotmnon eiret., Exchlnec Hotel. nov 17 AII!clrll IiAL LS AN C tI t:Ko-A large as L_)e ettnent of BIliaird Ilalls of tlperiir quality at ti laleezr, center at. UCharles nd nCclltton-st. nov 17 Fxehange Hotel. A LIENT' BAIANCES--12 Patenrt IPlatfrm il-, - ee, wcighiig frn 10 to 100 ltbs. folr oale at rs. duced irices, Icy Nov 7 . T.Ot('KE & Co. I )Ot7KlET' AI.MA9NACS fir 18I39-Jtst Itulished a lfew Ithnuand of Louisiana Pocket Ananat.e, for 1831), uor sale by tihe gorace, dozen or single copy by DAVII) FEIrP &. CO. New York Stalioners Hall, nov17 24 Lh-rtres at 'I 'll.IITiiyNl.--3lI etuei seaontauMle. Lhlithing, Eca 11 tirsingan assortrtenc ofFsatinetjekks tand pon taletese; DLerry and Cottcanel pants; lualr white eot.- tau; Colico, Liverpoel stripledl twilled, end Flannesl shirne, lolla ig freicn slip Dl llmttin, lbr Fllla b ISAAC IIIIltiIGE t CO, tnovtf 134 lMagazine et eI'. IAItY''S MAIlKI'1' S'T'EAMI FERRY. ''TIITi:E is lirtcy give:: th Iin tiurcunnrc cefn Or.. edinuce lssedeby the tJCouerci oftlhe NJercnd Mt. nirilplitv, fot 'tl'liedly the 1ttlh day of Octobehr, 1838,. IlRchks of Slelncri cticii" Iee Ilto aepihal steck of $920,t001, in tclarcorl of $1tU ea.hl, ill said cIuiltaIhy will be opened I at l lir. C le l )ie l ie llld', Noti. "15, I'leopilouhlt street. ou" \VrIueerldav llt,I thell 21si iIIstnt, aud will tee kept oplen freo lii Ic.lcbn k, . 191 tcuntil 21' 1. 't'ct DIollars ler share to pald in c. h on Ic lari. Ito thte (erilnr.n , Icrllcont. reicllne in llt, 2i LI Muni- rilu en ocl'ri e I the stark. IlIllth l N. Ii. A ,:lccy cfi the ordicemccce ltccey bie scetn at Mr. ltitccct11. O NE of thiu,,' vrlh n ad well rsli trled storetta. der thb " The Verardth," in t51 Chanrles street. Thi stnreudjl:rrino c'. J,,I,,,n S% (5s., mri Slt t'llrlE ALSO, adjoining. A LSO, Two Oritj,(' on Ithe mird ils r of thlie Ion of le storen njsiaiin, IPa,,eb's 1lhenoin, well ia lat'd for u news laper, or Prillng e talil . Fr ter. pI ly to.i ;I,,ll. \l.AItd t' IJiI l l ), nyov'-5t . . r Mag.zihe & Povdrns at. 1X; I!ANGE ON I( T ).iN rrsaleby .. . 131 Magazin.e st i RRN I', iARILT of mtore No. 10 Poydraltte reet. Appilv to' A1itRiltAll 'I'tlEit; nIlrl 40 Puylhaa ,t I.I:?A--3 11I T Ib oxes lhpelinl 'Ict am d (lnu 1701 1Ib dio (d o do do 17I, casesCnniler lo lo do "17 I-2 Chests 'llllltloni g Ten 41r1 iroxee S rheong laudlintg riom ship lsonae licks, fromn Newa Yor^, tir ole bl i IAWI( NCE & I.EIIENT)RE, IOnv7 '1 & _ __ New Letes iJ Atind fOlmlel lit ,y J THAYIER & CO, _ tnova 74 Pylmslt (jIItA ; lPA I. NIt:'1T CIlttlIt--ti tloles, lelin atnd iy m'mr .0iitroiiler eaC.s(lsetO ;,o --. ear al1,a,. . in,, C,. mmonst L E ION SYRUP-1.utdin7g lor inreaos by T It IYIKnI& BIRO, novi;] ror ilagiazine & Commlon r )U'r''EII.-- Ii keg.is alshe, I)liry Butter, of first . qujiity, letdilg anld for ylll Iby STETONl''' AVERY, nmtv7 I G(ravier ne TO MERCHANTS. i'31 ERCIIANTS can lhae a BEAUTIat(I. CIRCU Lan struck offalfour hours NmoTlc,byecalisngat' the (Collptilg Rootr of TRUI' E AMERICAN PalnTiio OFFricE, St. Charles Exchange, adjoining thle Riiua INN Roomn t at Corner of Gravier street. FALL. FASHIIONS. P 1 E~ E subscribers take leave to inform their patrons, anrd the paubli enerally, thit they are non pr-. pared to exhibit tlheir iulltshios. GOSSIP 4. CiO, Fashionable Hatters, Exchange Hotel, iovlt ISit. lharles st lY BtuUhY & RIUZAT. Ifoluabl. Heal Esltatel at luiion I7TIIL he ro 'd on 'l'uesdsy, 2(t1h instant ott 12 a' • clek;tltl tIt; City .rxchlbinge, St. Ieuis streert, FOUR VALUABLE LOITS OF GROUND, ire with the btrldilege therIon, funlinsg theoerner ,rfrs lNew Lve rd I ulltetrrerets, itned istely li'rottiug thie (rtlrhasn (riftort Press. ruildigs Ollr this rlietile srite woulard now readiy rent a i hiigh rllrt, ltit are rllucl in dremloand naslwithstad tng the ieInlry imhprovereltr now trogress.ig in Ite ic ointv, fill f whisl au t blr , rgrl eilgaged betlore fin L.bed; Iil tile r tretls at d lullltl are alreadyri paved. IPt'rsd si wishhinr Io, uild trwellings fin Steres lihas m,,'. t fie oppo I )I Ifllllilv. Iry ilto ir ve-I p h " eo i l il.ci t'l tre i e rxtI'le " it t I I e ri rtl. Ptermstwill bIe libermal. P oarti tul o tri ate. i3,v 13 " )OX uCllit--iI0IU izenr rt lia irlle, lual re " r'uivort, aued tsucblie to. iritr.iprg far siole at the L.tuioiltlll Funlrlilturo ite rolllers. novl:t 51_ B CAIRNES NI)'TIC I. U ECOND) 1iNI('II'AI.Il'" STEA\i FERRY CO. SThe Stoerkholders fit this Comprny me hIrreby iotifird, tliat their rilte t ttir th ,orit t l eteitt aliy l ie duead llr teae t tir io l tl isel.. it the tl tite oftihe -l.'tre-Iltrtt1 iltt rlnlee tIlrpatllt,( NO. 43 Ca11Ia street. novl3--3t FURNITURE WAREROO1WIS S7ILLI 0i It. CAILNES, would reasleclfully is r fer, isllt t'ipl u lllln tie t llllli that Ire i o soa - ullttly receivilln frltll Ntew Y1rk rnde Itrlintr a good snOrllllrtl.t itf Ftrltlltlll. , a tI t a.h 0 t Ittllclhglilll ira, ott.s, l ed tentds, titsit' ,tootl phinted chiairs, tfrsltte end 'herrv ibedsteall-i, alnlug n cherIry taihles ofall dle.riltionst, Ilurretts, toitits, serear/ye, mwritig ierkb, wsldrt.ee tr Illalllntgly Ullad cherry, wtat tllri, iollkitg glisrest, ahlrtltrr bleddiling,&e. &e. Nit. "urntture irbkcd oir trtnlltortitio wiith great . _re. noeai Ntte'ttter i lIlt, P13. rlI 11htl nalit nie it pllllrchai.git l E uittge on New SYrrn. 101B''. d I'ALFRLY, ovl3 Celshler. rlUtilE sttetrieiirr-, lheer this 'am' f' etrlet a Co-ptrt t-sireh t h ipider tilr fIra o:' (. Prfilrltrhd slid Jo. 7'aerI, Jr., tilr tie tIr.ieetitm ci Ithe Grocerv Itu atneer,td.hta1ve lt:ated thenrselve at thte •erier of ,iietezile itd IllllV,i. slleeets. ''liey wrilt kbett con Palllh t11 lea ian a gten .('l I uplyl o" im ily (ire cries anud ~,.·1 Ibunt slores ad aeolclt tie Ialitroage m: their JOS. 'AIAGERT, JR. " I..JIv.tr.. t ,t.t, M11 sereeimreet, have ,ll'eivel bt:, iA l , vilet feoa Ihme Ntiheln At Ihll'l( utilles alld Itu opte , ItI- e addlilttCl to their strek ,t llardwuaire tald illit Cl atlio trv, wit'llr niow uael r.l 1.lr-le tlt' r pl I "hi, h they 1for Orl fa-

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