Newspaper of True American, November 24, 1838, Page 2

November 24, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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A -CL EARANCIS. Novembelr 23. w ewlqEldrlg, for Now York, M1I C4.lt. w Liverpool, I. l 4I .*e, Bohr 324., 1V41drlff. IH Owrham,1. Moile, 1I.1trr. BIrg Sn.., Thalk.k, for Pr.voidInc, W. Porter. AARIIVALS. $ts. eahoot Chickasaw, Stark. finnr .W P,,,4: 1h1414g Ilr.1phI1p the cargo and 41.l of the .1.411 chip Colo111bi4. XL.s1.4hiplIdrn at anchor inside, and 2 brim in tire offng11. mq; P41111i. and Aldo41,,411, .,1r. FPr.... Ann4, and Cali .Utwjion in 44e ljrir. bwb41. Pil.o, Clark, omo tfhe Pulses. Tewsed to s.a-hip t.1 3oCl401.. Brught Up.Ip hll France s A, 1nd P1cketl ship AIa1m.. L.ston ,22d. .t 3 p i. R1portl.hsip at anchor a4d S khamplhralit. brIg,$ braids S IW Ba r,141111r 42111o a6 W khitbo ,.N Tear,. 'N kinL off2 the Rio Towboat liptafona, Soto. fromt the 14.sm.. Proceed-dd dews light Returned to the city with Writ Sara L Ies, brig JPtgp~a, andsoh. Abigail Lift SW Pa. 22, inl l at p o e·pnl a hip 0.9.. tand 2 brieO offh4 114r Blrig Pulaski 1nd gib other brig 41nd1 1411. lhe rlver. P~het .hlp Alabamh,4 ,arry, l1 p.9· from New York,to H o A .. Ship Princes Aa, .Soule,. t4d171 from Bostn, 1 l4M1r. Virohtlarh, fromt Philadelphia. bound to ViJ.barg. S~r.1,Let. Bly4, from Bristol. , R. 5.1..., Minr. 91.y. f4n Ap.l1111441, to Ms.len. f964 1114. Aw Vi4.'11 3tiw Jo, un C 1cu1u, Lapnym 4 ,. ffiep3, Phdlb4o.k, from, T.ampa IIey, in 1,49e11, to14 & 114441hiip Notche144, sto, from 4, Nat ..coro ,1W bill. maS(Ll·d S i lml4glf4rland to11, Ne York. mar.Wdimbm~et0,, 4,4r. Crm11 414L.ous. tpr.Rayea Banhn Out".. fromt Vicksburg.. ý'So.44r 'Tpht, ChInUral, 41.. Plaqll,4r.. Pl14 bh..441441 Ciuc1.1414..4l.9rg, 20W1 kegs rd, l Stetson ýlat b' lits m Iodkmn.:· .rlo, 495 arts lion, Wlood 4r Sim. SCOMMERCIAL. Ch cat . Nov .24 ...... 4..17 Washi ton,;. Nor....11. Now4 Vb, No4.............1 Cin44tido .......... 15 PmI44h61pha~ol4,..... 17 Louisville, 114.. I...... B rdo....... . 17 S1. 1.oui4, No2..........92 s h.No...........17 Lvera.11I. I ·_......21 Houst141 (7 121 IIIl. ' P41 0, ........... IBurton, Nov . ..;........ l l tpdua. de ........... 26' Sui..42leNv ......... 1.4111 44 . hILrl244 . ,I do ...............4 EXPORTS.' NEW Y041 ..P.rrhip Hu44,v94e...4r44. 119211 ble c444on, 32 aLrts 1..4.41 hhI allg1ir. l4 hhd,1 toba4co, 6 bd . 4,do. 167 h11 do.. 34 1le4 ..d 611 po1ke 1 an4d skin, 166 pol11ca144oo1. and 3 4p4 ivory, 631 4.,t aked hids., Irtlll.. I writing de.k and I medicine chest. ono I box dry good.. * VERI'OOI...l, .hilp bid, ,y..4.r44. 104 Ili. coton1. MOBILR.. Per .chi Robert Woudruff..cnrp, 100 hhds sugar . 1d 3 11 41. mnilnrne. PROVIDENCE..l'or brig Swo..cargl, 303 bale. cotton. IMPORTS. NEW YORK.. Pr, p44k1 ship AIal.r.1.a.Drr4. a.'1d md.e. 5411ON..P4, ,hip l11Fra An iI..lor4, ...'d .41141. 11T J11..0Per P lot41 Abi,21h.llg1, 3477 boo.r tobcco, 10 b.p og4.4s, to Cue041. Llppary4 14. BRIISTOL, R..Per bh.lkSr,1 Lee.....rgo. 1381 .allons oil, 350 boxes s·perml candle., and lots of onions,, to Coit & ca. APALAC4ICOLA. .34r e4h, Boliu4..1.411, 60 b11.potatoes, to Lararlde, RECEIIPrT OP PRODUCE. St L4ouis..PI, P1ta11er Wilmi4414n..341 1il rope a1d 2 1,.1 bear4e. C'Doa44. 472 Ills ro.p 111d 21. 14114,,4e, J A Beie t k,, 11 bri. VahilA co 1 8 Ibrie cefBogarl Haw. 4boe. 23 hr1, cw.4ker nZ M P King1, 4100 bo 244r, Thos B IDwy.2.. bhl.s br4dy, (41kl, 10 hhdI 4ob1,141 A 0,1t 4"1o, 3 brie sold, s. P'J VII1,.1144,063.441. 1k. br, 100 do pu1144.. Ja4ob M 111n. ,41 b1 ld. ot L.yrle & Attc47g. 50 brl. 11.4,. 61 kgsb llbr.111. ,blall' 1 do ul.1 3 ,.rl. do Mattrs .12i7a.411, 2011 b4 rpe W Crow, 81 sockls potatosl44 mules4&121:or411, Co4nely . Elder, 51ill cks bran 1d174c41 c r·Brtrand Bol'ow., 6 cows Lisnokl, 144ow 11d 211crons lM Low, 5144.ik po1. oes. 5 brrls d.. do e~d 3 tofu mollsr for cola.. Vickahburg.. Pe ·tsanicr Bayou Sara..:61661. cotton, Burke 141,114 cu4,41411,, W PI 1441, 1116 d1o 11Nrvirbl, P141111. 1 o, 141 do1 Lnmblh & ThIp.lllp14, 1041 do Bucker, Sa11t1o11n & co, 88 do G4ooch &1Ho, .51, lll do I1,11141, l'u'pin & W.1t, 29 do W Bogert. 27 do B14n11er, MIl,:lll & Wright, 21 do Ow1er on hoad, Ir I do Johll Turl , 71 do 14.4. FoPnt4i4e &4 co, 411.111 W41141454bll hour PPF F Lvin, 1 141 shoo, 1. Lee &, o, 56 sacks cotton .cede Burke, Watt A. co, sundries, Owneir on boarldl ,blac:k :ra. F Nugr, Turpnll2 & Wat. PIlqruemilne.-.Po, te.am4 T44ll,..12111414o14o.01G,11rde4111 Ben4ne1t, 8 do I 1Dillard. Edo L 4I1ud14n1oy, 6 Fo41ll.l, 4El. kcq 19 De24lo4.3 do L111 111ier, 5 do A R 14.111 & c4. 23 do, d,4do A Moureo 4 co, 13 do Chutiland. 9 do Uruen &6 La,,. d y.911 do L Clrprlllry, 140 to Ga1rdner 4 14nne41. 50 do 1 1144re,33 do C'14 1,44no. 215 Lhds sugar. Poll41 Bellowq & D234Io4, 10 hhds augr,1 K P Gill.rd, 16 brlS m,141144,1 A1 M14. ton444u. PASSENG'ERS. He- ton.. Per ship F.4nces A nit.. Mr Warner & 14 ,iooge Now Yurk..er packet .hip A1;, AlI..44,, M A (24 scine, Ail. 31 aomine, 31,, A 0444441., 143. Nil.l. Mi.. W.4den,. and Me1, M. Crepe mid elope, hr Crane, It ober1 S2k. Re2nj. Slate. J4231'Iall. Joseph l41.44t44H 4 ord4y. Mi.. 51 Ev,. and .vliMiss Retail a, Mr, F44.,,41.2 chil.ren and ,2 nut, R 4ark. 84 Salter,'(' NichoT, ChH Poultney, J C Heudd4,,b,4. TA Cr,4tr. St Lu4..Pe,,.44.er Wimingt4on..D,.a &t s44, Pla4444r, Ba4er. [teaher. Hounte, .udd, Steel, Key P J Verhlrpycs, ,4,4rou4, Kuvoo4, Lurie, Ad444ts, Jarell, 4ull4r and lady. We anld avt, Miss KoeFII, Slow. Howard, i~loluwu'r, Gaulfield, Crow, Herrick. Lihi4y, Si24,44 4,, Cl.rke, Tom,, Flemming Maxweall an~d lady, Smithh andl lady, I'octer~cl mt a, t. Viekabarg.. Per steamer Bayou %ar·..Jas Lee, J. hit Owan,, C.rri.s, G,4141.e 4hir Wrigh, MusI;;44a4lin, Israel, W W Mauer Mitchell. Pla1.quemine_ per4 H..,. To41,..C N4icho4.4. Hforimn,. A JcM. Ju4 1., V.st,. 44 4y.4tl,W MulletIC U O,.mo, 26 Duwnies, Peter Krm.. CONSIGNEES. New Yoik..Por packetl shipl Alab.lnll. .Whbtiirg Slark,N 4 3 Dic4, God4.y, III,..smnu 1 co. YIII.o,4 a' u, BV.nde r, 34441 . o& W.4.4ht, A 24.44414 ao. G I1.14. Du44.1,,l' 4 G.4,4, 470 44.Loyet 41 44n4l4,,o .fart, l.l44b4ed 44 w. J M orrison. W Atllin, H O Am 6,4i RI,,IdAFi, D444o.4, G Gutbh, Prire, Johnon , ow, E Jub4, & o, Rey.olds., Mar.shll4 ce. B W Foster, Bogart k Hawthorn, s Ienahaw a ]logo or JIllle *BaicqO.RR Adam, H , uw,,4 , J I4orrl,, , G M L.ews, W YcKNR.,, I1 12.li,,44., ,u,, C O0'l. Loll.,,.444 Rockwell, J Bridge & co, R Moral e & o, Ogdenl A. Southgate, S Page, It H Wbite. B (bower At cu, iimlm·, Fortier ir \Yiltcln.r lbn l &14m8, Martin I'l4444444 4 Co. Wain l& . .l.K44Ielly & Il4rris. JD F'.y, iaks, Walt, co. J;rro. & A3,ro,.. 2erri, d., P,..,& co, J Fildl,IJ Cul,4.4 r4 . ..W 4 i Sin 244.,, J M.,44..J AC Co..o.,, J 4H F44.ld & ro 4, 14,l HuIbard .1 44, Red 4& co. E Sto & o, J3 Myr 4 c, J. I..It., Smith & Vonrhe-t, A h Ar,,AU,4 .,g. J J.,.,,, 4onl.bok, Iy.Iu & eo., J C 8lirinctr, E 1) Eton. l.llrkl 4 Lou is. A E Crane, 1"' Gireen it o,, Jaime. Dni4,.4.S o., Ada4. 4 W4illl.I. J4141.,o,. Wu,, Vm ej, IJr, LOU , Peck. EL unl, 21tnt..p 4l T....1, St J.oh, F.44,,4 co, Al 4.4444,. A Kirk 1.49, C & ap ,. a '.0 ey4 3 Hi)den. M ,lb,.lo . co,. JW Od1i14, Frier.a.le 4 .04 , J Uunzo, I.ubndte R Jnrlllnlille. H Ilxynessl F Olrod F- co, J Bowls., B Louy. TF F(,ooet. Wallop 4 K....p. Ala R 51, lIour WE 1., ,,mI,, I'Pent North, 1..1 L 1i.,lonW Topkin4,, Robin4.o.44&GI,4d.I', Prescott, J3.. o&4& . G4oo4..m.n 44,44ov, Lally A& M4Cracken. T F Drake, W W Lyon.s, E I...,41. F H Quick, A Morrll & ea,. I.aan..v s °tlphle,, A C& W jSequiio 4r so, J A3 Pre4444, J W, S.tt,.4, S4.1 41/ 4l .,AC IV Pollard 4 reen.44.1mip4 A e, J K Vitro R 4,1,,.le 2 We,.1. Phlli4p.. W0 M Heal. J Lo, all 4 co. Kohn, Dann & c u. Bsuhglll)y 4 Gourn44..4uw , Morga . co, 444d order. Boston..Per ship France, Ao,. .J 5I Wold A& co, B (:Allen. E 1. I.nndforrd, Heii~haw & Rodgers, Burks, Wtt & tar. C CIapp 84 co, .J ailie,. Shrwmis 4 Bi4ha4bd. C Doanem, 4Th,.;y 4r Elder, J A 8,ralli & co, At & A 'Isn:Il & c1, J It Clyde &3 B4., Wade & Guy, 8 C,,,,, Bailey & Borow. L.awrenc & L,44,,dr. W 144 uc, Foll, . ,, Belluc, 4 & Dno,,,. P& J 4For a non, F Flint, S Y1 Orey &r co, Ltllin. Scaphenos & ca, it H1 Mc3ill. Caldwell & l'ra1. 4, J F. Lodg4. 44446 44414 Ila44444, a, F 41nk,4, 41urlevo4.l a co, E4pogoe. Wbitiug. 51., , & cu, Hatehinson Jr Simpson, and order. Columbiai..P', I'vteamer .4444phi...41.4, ?5.4 I 4lEs colo 1o Bu,3 , W, tt & cu, 3444o411 4 Whiteo a., '.116do B24442, r. et4toI4 ., a, 4744du, A 1..44,oul c&. 164 do J 32 L.o&44die ¢ to. 121 do 1.yons4, 4444rri4 , co, 1:34 do P'.ie Joh on, 24.,Rey,4old4 . 47yr444 *4 o, 4 do A,,44.4S1itt, 77i do4, Bmtt, Ferriday 4 cu. 75 d., N ýluyth.e. 51 do F44,444l & Hender&on, 2BPmmFoyth A Limeric, 24o do Broad.r, M14Kenn& WVrighlt, 1,0 d 4o :amt C.,.w,,gs, 544 4144;47 . do 444444 , do Byro.., Aroiul A o 33 d41i,4 heal 4,er, 21 do 44.,..4,be4h &Thump. A,441O WI 4444,,0 do ord.r. MEMOR4ANDA. .·kip Alabama spoke iu lot 26 N, lonlg 86 W, hark Josephrine banes. for Phitlsdolplhia. To.lbot Pilot reports s .team4 .hip. Columli .1111 b..dly ashore, o. the , W Breok,.. ,l.m.,, Wilm4ingto.n left 44 Ge4is n the I4414 i41.. 144444t, 4440444 Selma. Clyd., h44,kerioker. 21 Lon,. 44nd44 Little 11,, 15th, 24,, LouisLille ..,i64 , d No 37; 161t. 41t Al44 unit George 444'ui4444. 4l 41,,1 of Cuumri Rend4; 1714. mat4 Pawnee at Il.and No 76; an4d 44444 . 44 ll 410, No 32; 241h,1 41b44Irdby at Cows Or 44,44. met U4.i1ed Sta144 4 4441444bov4 Baton Roues. N.'w York, 15114 4,v..441,1 .hip CIledonia, M4tt444,t, 4or N r:: brig. Simon, P4441(4rd4 du L. l, Venues, do. 44't4,lu44,. 41641 N,,..Arr.44 2h4p,4 4 244..,id-, from N6 D. 41,41 Ahi.46l rap4 141.44 4444, 1414441h i4. ,1ilb fr.,, St J~gs~and thlat on thre 5th lus. two large Fremhteam snI hips~ and 1 bri. orm4r bad 041,4n 1in live s4uck, 444d end1ed 1,4 4,,2ij Scio.; 410vi44g o4.1oq I dd44,. ad imp24444441of war. 1.,y.u'a,,,, (4t 24. 44it,1,1 241, And4444., Millr,, Virgin4 i 1344, 4144g4li4, 'G41..1,FO 144444 Lac4,4, Mart ill. do; H41.4rt444, 44ldn do; Lavinia. Bro4,n, fm Odeasc , 101h. 4lube,. 6)4,,,,, N Orleans , 844.4.rid, Fierce, NYore ; Columbus, Crupper do. Soiled,,2544h, Bo,,,,, L144o, N Q4444 4444444.4 Ilolroa do4 Queen- Adeluid, 44444444 N Or4 n 44344, R4uth4441I4 o1.44444444,44;4Ki4g(1, , 44.4.; du ; Orlwl (4.4,do4; A,.,,., Wo,,,n. A;..I,,imol4 i C,.rord, H444444g, Roston4 :224144. t444bi4no, Barke4r. do; 444444r, Dyer. Now Y4rk;441 Norm die, Tyson, d4; North Americ4, Iloic, do, Alex Ed4mold" 2trane, 4444nnah; 't'hu s444n4e4, Ilag474, Chiarleson4 ; 1il1 4,4 l. Welsh, N Orleans0 ; All.,. 41ro,,. Liu...Iy, do; R144 di4J,4 Tho44444., 14 t .444, Iay4wood. Jon444, Mobil. ; Rob4er4 Morrie. P(4444 Ir C 101 244c .414.4, 4rito4, N York; 6444144s4444 er L. versol Au.. Entered for loadingg Oct IS.:Kooell, Read; Baltrimore; 444444,44 Mr4.,4. Che4444444,; Mercury, Mul44,. do; 24444. 4, block, 4444; Wn,,314..e. I4.44dl4.y, 24oib,4 Erope4, 24.. shat, NYork I.n'arrooh, Oct 10. Th R4upoo44, ApplIton, for Bost.n h1. p14Ib4rk I..ky, and taat diselli ge. The Globes, Oliver, err from New Orienlt, experiened on the I48 Lit, 4,4484412, Ion 7',11 4, olent hrrim,44,,,hich ho,, the Alip as herbraaI end-. carried away mizen topmost, top. gaUaataml., sil.. &c and causd her to look. M1ARKE4114. I.VEPOL001. MARKET, Oct. 2. Co1lgn was i44 ,p.444,44 44444 in th4e ea, 4y p444 44 th wee4,4141444444444h144g64e4n r bcei y141d (by t ratWes tern o1, Wednesda4y m4or44ing4, that the crop of American would prove rnuch lover than thaut of lost year, and also that the wk.j I. the , ort444444v4ry much4 reduceI4d, 44444ni444404d d4. 414d ha1 be41u4n4pe, k444, a4d 1lh. to44l 44444su44 44415,410 Aids, of hich peeplamr· bare takenl WW baoles of American Wad 1501 of lSal. and exporters 31141 America4 and 4401 bale4 244441. The, low .4do4144 q4ub41i4s of A4444m4er4 ha4, i4.4 r·sadedaaadvane·estdd=d Surat. 1d per IhI. Other its. xrjp~ton are withut putsriul change. Inl.orta thisr year, 1,144,I6141.,, ag4inst 0082.23 mme pr 444 -la4444 Presen4 4 361441,444b24 41.. b 4,444.44 25,130 holes 441e period l4st4 Cor. COTTOP 4444T,444424. Yesterday44 here wk. a4441 d g444rd d4444444444.d,4 :su lo 4a4 fully.45414 bo.g. 7 o day, the demand has been mud "" Waad tits elma only reach 3pm. The market has losed eery moodily. "' ,2066, aP M. taletoday .VU take,,~ at 12 o'clock, thley do not Wt le more tk a 0500 bags tie saki of the week are bawl. h ogp.wh141 14,2159 4 , 444444444 by 44I4.4ul444, a my M8m . 41 a 444p4441444 be m h.. rlored .4is4,y, an a n444444424744 per lb law., 44ol,4on Tl.od.y. AMERICAMN BS0KS IN LONDON. 'The I44lawlag 44r th Io 4 pice of A4444441 4, Fi wpm cool pound naming A~dom., 93 to 04. yIe d er re4t A44244 448444. re par te44414at ImiatorU14130 to 4. beror·~or~lr m ~ 95 logo.ge a pp.. .eat Iioulll an N t prat.444404444 aa44 IgU 1 s 0 t116+ rrrmyrtl * YurP. to V4. p~,444a444, 47oN 64444 4444 111 104164. ps it Poeaullyuv* oon as decos, 02 to 96. Shwaa.4. I7.d. It N ork lr Sh to Of, 'p44 44144114t4441 bils.06.43 if 1'2 J~ 1~ to I " Lrqllu For rb C~Mna~.·19Flour drillli 6Jmrb.41418 Wedoneddy 4441, 1' so .1 th trade Puy4 be re hrd tr 7,..er g0artr dearer n on Monday. flelr hafl anet lith a bter aell t i ne Motay. at the ada.e' of Iton.dy. 301 at eore bk thah n at gk. beg4nid g oo th AV- E MMRB AR T a O .to. 20. The market for Colton lt betn rathe dell' during kthe week. To day, .wever, thecsI. m necllenatio to do bu slun:, ani d prkces re ln.omwbhatemnr app·r d. The rates of he week aMtnnt ouly to 3@ 0 e 2 t p tk.aars Of whinh are '471 hlot New Oia.t,. tlow Odienosto s ir. 8r to 07rS50c; 223 1ile, oidinar t Ltomiddli., 9to ; i 5ood nd fine, llf; 215 1eor khI. od. to good fair, 80ft 107 te ; 917 Pernambuco, good odto fair, Il to 2f; i50 Bl iia, very ord 105L. NEW YORK MARKET. COFFEE--Ithe prices we have no variation to notioe. The sulck of Bril il oirst halndhs ba beom r vey moh re duced while thrtofJsva has been Increased hy.arrival. from Holland. Thie sales include 790 bhg. Brail it1 a 12 reats; 500 Lseuirne Il a 12 ; 180 Maracalbo 10t, and 6g0 old Iovern eaotJava. 14 a 4 I4 months, and a few nhndral 8t Domingo at cens.,. cash. (O'PTON..The demand ti eoafnod to parelnt for home use. cad witi the single exceptiun of a slight decline on 4ine new cotton. rwhich hoo errived 5retty freely, we havelittle ai terationtontieein prises. The..as. includ. 2080 bails Up IuTl at r4 n 14 7 tl; 13UOrle, E 14 a 1.4; 5814 Mobile 182 a 12 cts; 10 Florida, including 30 ball of the nil crop, the Ilr.0 FLOUR..The tock eontnlan to accumula.te, but rices re. mnaoin with hut lse variation. Western Canal 8 44 a 8 605; Troy 00 37. 'E'here hta been rather more inqliry for South or. Sales of500 obarrels Oolgetoswn at $8 31; 30 0 barrels lhilslne llhi 8 33 ; AlInndhrio 8 cO a 8251 Richlond City liT1 is gelud at 39, bnlt sales are makin6 at a roduction. Rye Flour.hrilg S 2 .5..55. Corn sMeal, n bsrrcos, 4 a 4 25 t hhd, 3.5. •51OASSE--Ths transaction arco onfi.ed to sm.ll par cells for home ute, at u slight diline upon prelious quo tations. TRUE AIYImEIUUAN OWFICE. it econneetion with this Otice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE FOP3 TIHI3 PRIITIOG OF Pamphlets I Blank ChObeck Catalogues B I lls o Lading liabels, Dray Receipts, Legal Notices, AUcti Dsi, 3ill Forms, Show Bill. Steam Boat Bill. Circulars And every description ..Job Work that isy be reqired. l5-3The proprietor respectfully calls the attention, of the pilllllic to thn ohove Carl, andil asiure them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short est notice, in a style unsrlpassedl in this city, and at Ile I.elsllt lten. TIlE 'rRUE AMERICAN. EDI'TED It. JOEbt ltBfl)N. FAITRPUL lIND BOLD. NEVW ORLEAN:• SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, IR38 We to-day give place in our colu mns to the pub. liention of T. W. Collens, Esq., Deputy Clerk of tie U.S. Dlstriet Court, on the subject of his ille gal nnd unjustifiable imprisonment by order of P. K. Lawrence, Judge of said Court. The princi. pal Clerk of the Court, Duncan A. Hennon, Esq., is now, and has been for considerable time past, absent at the north, and his deputy subject to his orders, had acted in strtct accordance with a more ao as well as a legal duty in withholding from the Clerk appointed by the Judge the records of the Court until the question of the validity of this appointotoit had been regularly tested by the tri. buonal now havint charge of bhe case, or until a proper and legol writ had been issued to deprive him of actual possession. The indignation of the community is jusatly aroused at this outrage utpon the person of one of its citizens,-at outrage which i" as unnecessary as it is vindictive and tyrannical. The putblti will bear testimony to our assertion when we say that the conduct of P. K. Lawrence through out this whole transaction hal been characteriz. ed by the most unpardonable partiality, ignorance, injustice and iombecility which ever disgraced tihe elevated and responsible position of a Judge. Hie is now perfectly aware that he has placed himself in a most ridiculoes attitude before the country by his whining and undignified attempt at a ptlliati.n of his pitthftl conduct in removing or attempting to remove trom office without cause an rfficient ofeler to gratify a private partiality for a fielnd. The ex:oense and inconvenience to which the State of Louisannn has been subjected in conse quentce of this proceediog is altogether incalcula hle, snad we shall take occasion hereafter to enter more minutely into an examination of the sauject. At present oe shall content ourselves with calling the attention of the public to the outrage to which we have just alluded on the person of a young gentltmain, who, acting under a sense of solemn tesponsihility, to his priincipal, and in accordance with the best legal advice has simply withheld the records of the Court until such a writ were placed in his hands as would simply have taken them from tin possession without compromitting the rights wh;ch the decision of the Circuit Judge has tecognized to be indisputable. Mr. Editor.-I take tile liberty of calling your attentlon and that of the public, tea sohject of great interest the community, in a moral and po. Inical point of view. I refer to the late condlet of P. ItK. L'wrece, Judoe of tihe U. S. for thls Die. alib r, In enctlevorino to Itrce the records of the Circuit Court ,f the Untted States for this Circuit. from the hands of tie legal and rightful keeper of raid record-, tluncatn N. Henneo, clerk ot thet said Coutrt. Yoau will doubtless recollect that in the month rof May lust, Judge. oawrence attempted to remove the rail H rot an fron office, acknowledging, how ever, in It.lkitn the removal that the business oft the tfoice w.ts conducted by the said Hennen'me. Ieodiccally, prompl/t,skillfully and uprightly' (I use she Judge's own written words.) The said Judge further acknotwledged, in writing, that in appoini. tog John Winthrop, Esq. to succerd said Hlennen he was actuated by motives of personatl regard for said Winthrop, between whom and said Judiet the cluseslfriendohip' had ever subsisted. Under -tlch circumstunces Hennon refused to surrender the dlli e; antd, in his course, was aestained bythe Ciircuit Judgte he [lon. Johno McKinley, AsooclArl JUSTICE OrF T'Lt SUPttEME COURT OF TII UNITED STATEs-void Circuit Judge deciding that the re. moral was Iltegal, and that Duncan N. Hlennen was the' proper cutstodian of the records. The legal question is now before the Supreme Court of the United States, and the moral question has been taken up by Congress. These august tributalswoll doubltoes make up theirdessisin at the approaching sesion. In the meoantime while the question was pend ino ard on the ve of hnal adjoudication, it was believed hynll, that all nctito on the part of Judge Lawrence (in endeavoring to carry out the nele. rrous purpoe of removing a faithlful public aervant to oblige a personal favorite) would be suspendtd. In faci, he himsell held out the idea that he would hold no Court at oh a term; lie stated so to avreral . , n otlemen rof high standintg who conversed with it lto on the sublject, isl Philadelp 3is, tits summer. o ut it appears It.at this statement was merely given out t00 maslhad Mr. Hennen: it was a pretty trick to induce himl to remain absent--the Hun. Judge, thinkting, no doubt, that the Deputy of said H nnen could be ej:eted more easily I.an his princtipa, to the surprise of all high-mina. d genulemen, the Judge opened the term, and expressed a determination to do business with the resiaeance ol the Ch rk he had illegally appointed, and further, proclaimed his intentlion of annullthng every process and entry made by the said Hennen orhbs deputy during the vacation. Thus jeopardiz inog the mportant interests of litigants, who sup posed that he would at least recognize the acts of a Cleok (de facto) who had never been ejected, who held the seat and records, and whlo (it whb so lemnly decided) could not be removed. At the opening of the term I, as the legal De puty of Hlenuen,atopeared in Court, expressea my readiness to enter upon and fulfil the duties of the oftice, o the ote e methodical, sktlful, prompt and upright mainner in which it had heretofore been conducted; but I was prevented by the Judge! He has issued a writ, unheard of in the annaisof jurlsprudence, directing John Wintlrop, his oappointed clerk, to seize upon the records of the Cout; and because I have put the records in a sale place where they cannot be reached by this rldiculoou and outrageous processm because I refuse to deliver said records to said Judge for the avow. ed purpcee of transfer to an unauthorized person, I have been comntitted to raltau for an UNLIMI. TED TIME!! I write you this from within the walls of a dun. gon. Here I ant, God only knows for how long. lHere I must remain, perhaps,as long as the arbit trary wtll and caprice of an unpriocipled Judge chlooses jO detain me; and that, for resisting one of the moost barefaced and corrupt acts which has ever disgroced a civil tribunal. Ithank heaven, however, that I live in the mnidst of an honorable and high minded. eOmmtunity, the friends of jua trice ad the eneolirs of tyranny; and if their ap. prouvl sustains mte, I am sinply rewarded. Respeetoully, your ob't sert, T. W. COLL;NBS. Or' We have been requested twle, that the checks of the Mississippi Union Bank an the Mew ehauts Bank of this city, payable in January, are mnt oh presentalinn, without deduction of inter. est for tile unexpired time. ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTERN. The ateamer Great Western, Capt. Hosken left Bristol on the 27th at 3 p. m. and arrived in New Yotk at 10 a. m. Site encountered very utnfavo. rable weather, heavy seas, with westerly gale.. The news front Spain continues unfavorable to the Queen's cause. Loeanr, Oct. 26. There was a prevailing idea in the course of yesterday that the Buank direction were goitg to reduce the rate of interest; in oonsequence of whch which we wtited until a late hour at the Bank for a notice on th- subject, which up to the present hour, has not made its appearance; there fore we may conclude that the Bank Direction will continue as heretofore the rate of interest apon discount at 3 112 per cent., and upon loan 4 per cent. THe FutnDs.--Conole opened this morning at the leaving off prices off yesterday, 93 710 94, both for the Money and Account, with little doing as yet; Excherquer Bills, 64 66: India Bonrds 64 66; Bank Stock, 20 11i2; India Stock,260114"26 I d. TIMes.-A very general impr esion prevails.in the Mneoy market that some measures are in cono templation in tie bank parlor flo creating greater facilities in regard to money. Some notice on the aohject was fully expected after the aveekly meet ing fteld today, but it has not yet appeared, and some persons are inclined to think that a differ ence of opinion has arisen in the matter among the directors. As far as can be colloeteo., the inte. tion seems to have been to make parmanent that arrangement by which nccommodda'lt is at pre sent given on the deposit of bills of exchange, from the shuttine of the books at the bank to the payment of the dividends. and which is protposed to be done at the rate of 3 3 112 per cent. Ni one can d.ubt, who understands the question that any attempt at this moment to increase the issunce of paper on the part of the bank by any other means than those created by the natural demand of trade must have an injurious effect, and the af fairs have beaut conducted with so muchl pia. dence since the crists, that it is dilficult to imta gine, but for the confidence with which these tatem ents are publicly made, that any such intention exists. Letters from Posen f the 10th inst. state, that all the accounts received from Polnd, anttd the interior efRussia spoke of the gigantic military preparations now eal. ing in the southern provitnces of the empire. It was evident that these troop could net be intended for Circassia, as the ntutre of the country does not admit of suech display of large masses, and that they must of course have another deltinstion. It was reported that the Em-t peror would review the arnty in person toward: the latter end of October. We learn, by a letter of the 28th ult. from Con. tanltinople, that the English fleet, along with tile Turkish, wats .then in the Dardanelles, and that it was fully expected that the English would pass into the Black Sea. The ex minister of the intt.. jior, Akit Pacha, had been sharply remonstrated with for having received the Russian ambassador at his residence. There was a warm contest in the Turkish ministry hetween the influence of Russia and that of England. The part acted by France in the atrugle was not positively known. A Tartar messenger lhad arrived from Persia with despatches fr Load I'none, by. Ie stated that the English had threatened to proclaim the Prince of Shiras Schnh of Persia. if the present Schah per sisted in laying siege to Hernt, and the latter I.ad in consequence retired fromn the city. The Late Great Fire at Liaerpool.-From the official report of the fire offices relative to the ex tent of the insurance upon the property destroyed at the late calamitous fire at Liverpool, it appears that nearly the whole is covered by the following amount of inuertrnes:-Liverpool Fire Insurance offive, 24,0001:; Royal Exchangn e 22,0001; Sun, 19, 0001; Mancheser, 14,0001; West of England, 13, 0001, Phoenix, 7,0001; London, 6,0001; York and North of F:nland, 5,0001; Guardian, 4,0001; Scot Inld, 30001; Yorkshire, 5001; Alliance, 2,0001 Total 119.5001 The extent of the los was esti mated at 120,0001.-Eenitng paper. Prince Louis Nalpotleon Buotaparte had arrived in London, and intended to lead a retired country life. Lord John Russel Ihas returned from Ireland. Dep.rtureof the Steam Ship Lieerpool.-From our English files e learna thot thi vessel lefIt Liverpool on the 19ut Out. The euriositlv to see her depart was so grlt tt th the whole' line of quays frui thie Queenn to ile Clarence Docks, adistance of two miles, was cron ded by people of nil clusses. One ufthe accnnnts states that the letters seat out by lher filled It cart, slone of bthe hogs containing henm being so ,.oevy that one was as much as a man could lift. The newspapers and other parcels were also bulky. The numtber of passenger in tle Liverpool is stated at fitly-one, exclusive jof servants and children. The fololowig ore the alnmes:: J Van Brono Eeq., uon of the President of the United States; Rev F MInchtl nnd family; Meriee it Jonles, ,W Brerorjuns, H A Va ta nle, W .o)v, --Stoilh, ndl servant, J Murdoch, WVJ Sullth andti ervoant. I trford, iV Nlurie, Jc.nings, |anoe .ago, ItOruw l, H Norris, Hoppe, Joth lleIry, LaIh., Willioo*t, I iClturd Charlt.., Cr(tw Sder, Atkinon,o A tl Behn anod fatOnil ; MlotgotCerC, I)r Morrison, Folguerittoo, Air anod lrs Kerr, J H IMuviea, r lacintosh, Gurdon, T'thalcher, A Lang, liao, F IIomer and Dawson. Thbe I.iverpol ha. now elens otltwertv-one dayo'. The ship bad on board about Ol e 150, lo. dry "gotds, fo r whie the onm oft,35s. per ton was paid, 41i9 lons of coal, and 94 tons ,of Mr. Villiont's tnrf .tOrl, or cooll pres:ed fuel. Her consumption of coal is estimated nt l6 cwt. for every ten miles; and, o leclnting tup n a foir average passage, site will have o ourplts of 147 tonoofeoal on reaehitg New Tork. At one o'clock she was again put in motion, and at a quirter past one she passed thle Rock, having then attained a speed ofabout 2 knots ol honr. Site is expoectrd to arrive ak New York about the 51h of Nvembher, and to Ie buck here albnt the end of the month. Her ext voyage to New York is ltxed for the tst of January, 1839. LIVERlPOOL, Oct. 20. STEAMER LIVERPOOL. Thit fine vessel on Saturday last matde an exrpeli Sennolal trip t., Itthlin. with a Irgee rarty ofthe h, are hotlders anod :irdecors of the comantly to whnch site. be tlongs, and the refult wan tligltc gratifying. Ill tile Steeth ofn powerfrnorth west winld, amonlting, drting the ereater part of Othe voyage. to a gale, she tmade the rein inn few mtirltfs exceedting twelve houre, boating the fine Pootffice boat about six hours. TIhe retur trip from I)ublin was made in ten hours and a half. 0f[n addition to our regular eitracts of the markets, which will be found under the mercan. tile head, we subjoin the following general sketch of the English markets from the Liverpool cor respondent of the Courier & Enquirer, dated 26th October. The English money market i. dull and much af fected by the state of parties, and the general feel. ing of disquiet which .he resignation of the Earl of Durham h~as eused to prevail. In American Stocks the business s h hean exceedinelly limited for some days past: and the only chance in the quotations is a slight fall In the valueof U States Bank stock, which is aboutI 10 lo Iwer since the arrival of rhe Great Western steam ship. This is considered, however, to be a mere transitory change, occetsioned hv large remittances of the seeqrity by the Great Western, as a resort ngainst the exporntation of envereoics or bills of exchange, at the high price of which the premium had resen in consequence of the dettoatd for remittanee b) that psericular ship. In the negociations for the various new State and other Int no, nothing fuo ther has occurred in the market-Mr. MDufflte having yet concluded no arrangement-and Col Gamble having only arrived in London this mrooing flont Armsterdam, where he declined the oflirs of the Dutch capitalists for tihe remainder of his Florida loan. The caton market, at Liverpool, is very netive alan advance of one half penny per Ib on the lowest of the former rates. The spinners are taking the article freely at that advance; but the Roytl William is very impatiently expected by the holders, who expect a rapid rise should the in. tellioence ol the deficient crops be ceifirmed, as brought by the Great Western ship. The Tobacco Market is rising rapidly, and the stock so small that sales have been mlado in small qualtitles for immdeiate consumption, nt an ad. vance f 11 4d. per lb. The Graitn Market is again higher at Mark Lane Tihe ries was 4s. per quarter on Monday, and 2s, on Wednesday; but owing to the large sales of 1. w priced li.sh wheat, the averages for the week are such as to make the dluty upon flour 12s. 8d. per b rrel of 198 Ibs. Shipments for this market are therefore not perfectly advisable at the present BANK OF ENCLAND. Quarterly Average of the Weekly Liabilities and Asetu of the Bakr of England. from the lthk ofJuly to the 1lth of Oct. i030, both itelutive, pbhashed poarsust to the Act 3 sand 4 Witlitm .V. cop, 9 o. nom a1LITlns e orobale Ciaiultiof, t;1.39,00op i Ato eoPritis, £22.015,00e Depotis, d 9,3,001n Bulio, ies. 9.4:t7,tie0 rc .:r Oti80o t £ Pr ,452,000 Dorning street, Oct. 19, 1038. IIOLLAND AND BELGIUM. BLcSSoos, Oct. 22. The following facts mentioned by otr rorres. potdent are of so serious a naturer that we would willingly believe they de erve no credit. We will, however, state them as reports that circu lote at Paris. t"News has been received at Paris, that the Conference at London hoaet lengtll a'gned the ultimountm on the treaty of the 24th articles, and that the condition imposed on Belgium are by no moans favorable. It is even probable that the visit of King Leopold to Paris is in consequence of this decision. Tie Confereace requires that the striet esecution ofthe treaty of the24 articles with respect to the territory. It aeemsne that the German Confederation, upprltad by the Northern Powers, would not pernmit oha alienation of Luoemberg and Limbuge. We do not know whetlher the King of the Belianas will sunbmit toauch n deois io,.hnut it seems certain to ua that it aill be very dilloult to restrain the people of Luxemberrg and Limborg, who are decidedly avera to again be eoming Dutch. T'he effervesnee in those provin. ces is so great that ant iansurrection is to he dread ed, and as io that case the Paerian troops will in terfere, we ask whletner France will rertain indlit ferent In evenC t wlich will ake place so near its Irontier." -Private correspondence of the Courier Be.ge. TURKEY AND RUSSIA. Letters from Constantinople hearing the recent date of the 27th ult , confirm the payment of ar rears of his tribute by Mehemet Ali, who des patched, about the middle of Inlt month, a com mercial agent from Alexandria with power to ef feet the delivery of drafrs on London, Italian and French louses, for the sum of 923,000 dollars.to the Portet being the Arreara due up to the close of the financial year 1836. There still remains due to the Sultan the tribute'for the year 1837, which, it is expected, will speedily be put in liquidation1 as the appearances in the east are by no means flat tering to the viceroy's assumption of independence or by the further neglect of his duties with impu ilty'. We learn also from these letters that the Turk ish and British Mediterranean fleets had joined each other. It is stated that on officer from one or other of Sir R.Stopford'adivision had been placed in each of the Turkish men-of.war to direct the manoeu vres, and assist the Turkish commander, which report, if true, beats a very significant meanipg. FRANCE. Advices from Toulon mention the fitting oat of the brig Cygne for Mexico. The brig Latin had sailed for the same destination, and the brig Sylphs had gone out of dock for the same place. The ship Diadeane, and a couple of corvettee, with 1900 men, were to sail for an unknown destination. Admiral Galnie had been recalled. kRE CH FuIeDs-PAets, Oct. 24.-Five per cent 105f 45c. Four per cent 102f. Three per cent 31f. 19c. Bank actions 2,6301. I A. ammg tile psnangers by the Great Western are several ofonr returnilg citizens, we give the whole list: Dr. Macaulay and servant, A Kenring. M Koster, Judle Crane and Imly, . Tohie,C C iddle. Wet Hayward,lady and dtuglner, H WVreak, Esq. servant. Ilady and 3 children, Mis Wreaks, A Tudor and l.dy, M O . Webt , J Owes , V Noti, Rev Dr Schroede lady nd soeu J A Napier, C W Faber and Ia dy E Ullkart andlady, G Dankin, D Gihson, J Wheeler jr J JohLaen, t Woterman Dr JJ Spencer, W Laird J Camp bell, IJ WareJ Griatllaw, J Watson, Ii Gourdin. J A Dieck son, N ioelo, tly, l hillren slat s3rtvnt, W Davcel ,A Braed, Rev E Deuroche. J iler WV Ruteorford, A G Ralston, tuly and servnnt, J Trotbal ,j W H Aspiwrall, tnlay Andser vent. A L Addion, GA LoCwdn,J llharvey, Geohegan.in. Bentley, G B Lightfoot, H Green, Gautier, J t i, Chevalier de Oartner. tsd lady, Rev E Novile. C Knrr.r, Wr A Hay. den, J G Flang. J Battersby, Monsieur de Griot, J Hlmiottn, D Jona, F A hutntoheslr, B Bounetheau, F Culloma A :tor thiltoto, P A eos,, E A Ranteltherg, J Maokey. W It Pat tIsrsoel, W A Ash. A Gordou lady and aon, H t Schwitzer & servant, C D Mlltdoe,B Titton and lady. H E Vodamme, I

Stuart, Measrs Kansas, C Totias,tractelt, Daren, Mrs Ran sam, children cnd servant, F Frey, Mr Gobbon. M'dma Vae derathel, lrund Vonderaghl,h A tcAlpiu, Alfred Beslton, Emielle Rou, D Kerper. THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT TROOPS FIRED UPON. Correspondence of thire Albany Argus. SACKZITT' HARBOR, Nov. 12. "My deaor sir-A boat (not TEn as setated in the ac complanying extract) conveyed a rompany of Colonel Wortlh's regimrent fromr Ogdetsburgh .o French Mille on Thursday last at noon d), was fired upon, and one tman badly and dargerously wounded. The boat was in Ameriean waters, and the men in full uniform. Their chalnraetereool not he mistaken, if, an fatally appenr to be the case within musket shot. Col. Worth started fortrhwith with a suitable force down tie St. Lawrence, to look into this hbuiness." Extract from the "Sentinel" published at Prescott, Upper Canadrla, Nov. 8, 1838: 1We regret to learn that on American soldier was shot near Cornmwall, on Wednesdmlay last, Iby sore of the volunteers stotlioed in that vilcinity. A gentleman just arrived it, the Dolplhin, slates that ten barges, appor ently filled with meni was seen passine down; that they were hailed end did not make any setifl rctary reply, aln tire volunoteers takingthemn fr rebels fired. It pro. ved, hwever, that the men were Anmeriecan soldierr hondl fi somen pert orf the country below. An Ameri can officer cone to Cornwall tie tltlowing Iday, making mitter complaints revvpecting the circumstance. We have no dolubt eve y satisfaction tlmt can renonablybh reqrrired will he given. If the hlmart were hailed andr dill not heave itt, ill tilnme like tie present, no blamne whatetever can be attachl,,d to the volutreers. They did no ince than their duty." - Dr. iMS. McConnell, received the premium of 150 - bulhls l corn fiom the Agricultural Society of Libe ria tcuntv, Gvoriti, fLr lhaving raed from one sere of Sground,33 bushels, 3 peIke and 3 qanrts of corn. MICIIIOGAN EtertONS.-Tlhe Detroit Deily Adver ti.er of the 8th instant furnishes tile fcllowig ieturte of the election held in Michigan of the 7th ietontl: CONG RESS. °ity Wf Detroit, Well (W.) Crary (V. B. City f Detroit, , "72 744 Wev eCo., 231x mnj. 13i nmnj. WVoahtemw, 422 " 116 St. CI.Hir, N6 " I04 Frenchtwn, int the County of lunror, gives a major ity of 23 ior Wells. DELAAIlAt ELI.ECT1'ION.-Coagress.--Complete. N l o biwa nn (V. IL.) Millig-n, (W.) New Castle Colllt, O210 .j. Kent e )" maj. f9 olesec do " 78 The editor stateis thai hie ,. inc:lded in th abv,, vitcs gLe.C to I(olsouII, 17 whlthi wi.re tn. t fir (Cl. rliiiieiie Ito',ie-i, and c fir T'itmoe. ltihi e, .-:iI tlc lie l!dtedcted frIIom thie allbe his mnajority in the satec will he '23. Private Cnrre.pondenre. New Yonx, 16th Nov. 183:l. (E.rtvact.) The Cotton Market at l.iverpool iad improved three. eights of a penny after her (the Great Wetrttre's) arri val, but had receded agailn about one-fourlh, leaving it at about the same as on her getting there. Frow another Letter.-The Great Western huairri ved, &c. &c.-She encountered leriihle weather, lost her bowsprit, boats. wheel house, &. &.-THE Vestris returns by the Great Western, and Power also. Ifbrse Guards-The splendid, and newly formed con pauy called the Governor's Horse Guards, under the command of Capt. Cross have accepted a polite in vitation frmel the proprietor of the St. Charles Theatre to visit his establishment on Sunday evening, when they will attend, with their fine band of wind instru ments, to witness thie first performance of Barnett's charming opera of the "Mo31luntain Sylph," which the musical critics of Europe pronounce the first of Eng. lish compositions. The great pains which have been taken to produce this opera in a style worthy the St. Charles Theatre will no doubt collect a full house to hearil, and the bril!idnee of tle scene w ill hb much en hanced hy the first public display mealr hy'the stylish, dailing, uniform 'eompany of the Governor's Horse Guards. They will be in tlo full acecoutrements, with one exception:--they cannot bring their horses, nor cantheir horses brinugthem, but as they will muster strong, their very splendid uniforms will make a hand some display even on foot. N. D.-Since writing the above we learn that the opera is not to be played to-morrow, but the new play of "Esmeralda, or the Hunchback of Notre Dame," is to he suhatituted, in which all the dramatic strength of the company is engaged. Gentle Remembrance.-The "Times" daily announ ces that C. C. :ambreling, and Eli Moore have not yet resigned. We fear :he notice will have to be sternly ped, for euch rank lace-focos are not formed of that scceeptible clay whose horror leads it readily to "take a hint." Thie example of the Ohio patriot is lost on such treasury fed fellows as Camhieling and AMoore. The three ordinancee passed by Sir John Colhorne, and his special couecil are published in the Canada of ficial Gazette of the 9th inst. The first auspends specie payments by the Bunks until Ist Jone next. The ere* ond authorizes the seizure f cll warlike rarerinle. and the third suspends the habeas corpus act in all ca ces of a treasonable nature. Mr. Forrest.-The New York papers announce Mr. Forrest's benefit for the 17th instant ani his last ap pearan e pt iur to his departure for New Orleans. Delaware. The New York 'Post' claims a ma jority of 40 for tlhe loco foco candidate for con gress in Delaware. We wait however for some less partial authoritv. Liverpool Coal-as it is t secalled-was selling in New York on the 15th at $10 per ton. by the cargo. Theller and Dodge have arrived in New York by the way of Boston. It ia said they were in Quebec for 3 weeks before they could effect their escape, and had to change their lodging 5 times in one night, so closely were they pursued. .NJaw York Election. The official returns from New York are pretty nearly settled, as the Amer ican, of New York, and the Albany ./lrgus agree. Vanderpool, (VB.) is thought to be elected in the 8th dtstriat by about I00: and Judge Fine (VB.) in the 14th by about 50 majority. So.that in can. gressional, delegation they will stand 22 whigs to eighteen loe fecores. The whig majority for governoria reported at 11,500. The assembly will contain eighty whig, and 48 Icos. OTThe New York 'Times' says that many very in;luential friends of the president are urging him to signify in his message his intention not to run for a second term, and ti recommend an al teration in thle rnnstitution so aa.to present any individual from filling the office more than one. Cr The gentlemen forming the company of the National Theatre in New York, have signed and published a card in which they re*pectfully and sincerely offer their co~dulenee to Sir. lelmblin on his sev're nilliction, not of pure regard to his chsract r as a gentleman, and brother actor. lloaits THEATaR.-ince our last it h. P been aescertalinrd that the fire was communicatedl to the Theatre frot the "Garrie.'s Head" adjoining, the chimney of which ws in close proximity with the scene, or painting reom. Steamer Liverpool.-There was a report in town yesterday that the Liverpool had arrived safely in New York. Such a thing might he, and we sin cerely hope it is true. The evening papers of Friday make no mention ol it, but es they pulh. lish some hours before the departure of the Ex press, a letter may have been desapatched here. We could not, however, trace the party who had received it; if conte at all. Our esteealed fellow citizen,Mr. Iehna is on hoard. D" U. S. Bank stock was t 1211 in New York on the 16th. The Canada patriots have evidently a strong distaste fr the bayonets of the british regulars. for when the two columns under the command of Sir John Ctlborns and Colonel Love, reached Na. pierville, the four thousand patriots were among the missing. The prisoners taken by them were left at liberty on the read when the approach of the regulars was announeed, and the asteamer Brougham, which the patriots captured is again restored to her owners, with the U. C. mail bag unopened, it having escaped the search of the pa triot gentlemen. li[The ship New Hampshire, Capt. Hardinge, from Philadelphia, in dltnhargi g one tier below the Rail Road; oensigoees will glease attend to the receipt of their goods on the Levee. 8 & J P WHITNEY, nov21 73 Camp at S'I'ATE OF ItIUISIANA, ARISH Court for the Parish and City of New Or leanP, Present the Honorable Charles Maurian, Judge. No. Ifi26i,Johni M5. Graham, in actual custo dy, vs. Ili Crediiors; Upon reorading and filing tile pe rition ad dSchedule, inl aitis case, It is orlereI by tie Court thatt a meeting of the Creditors of tile Inolvent tikeplace, in open Cottrt, on Monday te 17th day of lJcnember next, then anti there to deliberate or thi af fairs ofeatid insolvent and in the meantieoeoll proceed inge aginst his person and troperty are stayed. It is further ordered that Chas. H. Kennedy, Esq., be nap pointed to represent the absent creditres. Clerk's Office, Now Orlsans, Nee. 23,1838. A M GUYOL, nov24 Clrk TAT DEi LA LOLUISIANK-Ctur tide P'anisse Soi U ln Paroiase et iYule do In Nlle-Orlrens--Pve sent I'llooraltie Cilarlesn laurian, jugs-No llt,2i John H Graham, actuellement detenu, contro sen cre aotciera:-Sur lecture et enregisretment tie in petilion ettalloau en cottel ffoire, i eat ordoflnequ'une u nea tn blee iea c reneiras le I'inolvokle it li.!t en plainse cotnr lundi, le 17 Decembre, 1838, a dix heures ut Inmatin aftin de deliberer sur lea aft ires de I'innolvable; en attendant toutes pourruites et sa pervonne oent arreteoso et J H Kenne d est nemma pour representer lea creaneeors oh eena: Parordtela eour, 25 uov 1838 25nrv A A1 GUYOL, Dea Gteffitr. D'UCK-A complete aassortment in store, or sale by i S & J P WHItINEY, nov24 ' 73 Camp at LIME--500 casks Thomnaton Lime, landint g Nd f r sale by S & J P WIIIrTNEY, nov'4 73 Camp at SIMMS' NEW NOVE.. PEI.AYO: A story of tile Goth, by the nuthor of 'Melliehnmpr, 'rihe Yemrnaee,' *G(un River,' 'The Partisan,' Martin Faber,' &c, in 2 vo. jrlnt receiv. ed nd fer alne oeb \VWM MeKEAN, noay3 " ecar ('Ramp &ItComoll n et; NEWV MUIC. RAND) Triumphal March of the Louisiana Le Magnolin, nr Lnisianoa Woltze.. A ion Straree. Jtger Achttrnu, attn redouio.r , diedicated to tile Ger man Jogt-r Compnty; I.i.lt ol'ofther dear; Variationsa on Balis' celebrated air from Maid of Artois; Dust thou love me my Mina to-lay? a celehrnted song, dedicated to Mr. Ilrongh. all tihe above compo. ed by Gt P Mnnvervriaof Ner Orleans; anl ontantly on lhead a rill assoramnlt of ntew, fostiontlrie slnd stanl dlard Music, Vocal andl 4nstrumentrl, English, French anid German. For ale y EJON C, r f JOSt ChrNS C.n ntroiv2l r erf Sr Ciharles .t ('omtan ot T HE traneerl (llChine, b I)nwniilg; l t:"h. Hriti.hll t .te in volo;I lanlr ,' onf i'i-mlnl,, by Mlr. ''rrllopr. 2 vols; Pelrt; Ilth l. t nt ofthe tIoth., illn vol; Peter 'il jri ,bvllt I. IHird,? vole; Pl'h(inoih, fromthe tFre' I ir Sntlintl; The W.fe Hm.ter, or the. Moriarty Imily; I.and Shrk. & Zen GSallr,I hy Captain (;lan c ck, R N., i . v.l, for sale by tnov'4 ear rt A'hnrle. " (.mono st SAl T-r:ll0 aek. Liverpool Silt. fallo in lt toIn - l it itirch aser.; apply It I. IT I\1',1, envI I t r Common t'I II t , MAYOlIALTM Y (F 1EW I). u\nSo,.. * TII.prit'e of Ira.h flonr tn-.,l is $' I0 perarr(1 , J lording t, th" 'tiff: tie Ilk-ers , l i , ri es cf bread flir n bitl. Ilcend Ili'the teltwld ' llnily required to weigll 23 per cenlt. nllre. vi: I (olllllm ilol/ C. GENI. :" r. N EW' CROP{' Si 'li-Al '- hhld primlle i.r sole in phliltttn, aotha e ei , bt REAl) & BARS'arTOnV, nov24 7' Baunk a i'laee pEiACiI 11.ANI)'--A fa . las old sandl. ri r article, fr sale by READ & BAISroW, nov2 _ 7 Bank flahme bb1Y bbll., dry and sweet, flor sae bv READ & AllIASTOW, nov24 7 Ronk Plare U AGGING and Bale lmeps for sale by SREAD & ItAlISTOW. r nno4 7 Ilank Place -INI)SEYS--15 hales lheavr Lindlse' , eltanble for iJ Negre., Ilanding from ships Ocu;ulgee and Ar kansas, and for aole by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nov21 134 Magarine sa TMBREL .AS-l17 caem, landing from ship New llamphire, fr sale by ISAAC BRIIDGE& G(O, nova4l 134 lMaaze St CXAIANE ON BOSTON, at 5 tO 0 days alighlt, E for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, novrl 134 Mngnzine Pt AILS-3i0 kegs anssorted sies, jmet reciled and far sale by S LOCKE & CO. nor24 Ii Front Leve INSEED OIL ;t store and fr sle btSEY nov24 44 New I.rvee IOUR-300 bbbl. Mill'a brand. In fare and F for sale by G IORSEY, nov24 44 New rl.eae R ED BEANS-10 bbls. i store, for sale hr 1( G DORSEY, 110,24 41 New Levee f AY-3a rbales w landing froam ship Niagara 11 and for sale by S Jr J P WHITNEY, nov24 73 Camp c t E.JOHNS n CO'S NEW EDITION OF THE CIVIL. CODE OF I.OUISL'9f.Aq. HIS long erxpcted and mclh wanted wcrk iI now Sreceived and forcsae at the store of the urllocri bers. The subhrriptionllist is closed from thbi day. Suh scribers to this book are reopeItfully rgquetted to call for their lcopies,. andi pay the amounto. Tlhe firt request is malr ade on ealln of tIhe large nuimberofreheribelt, whlicil woutldl make it implasi ble to deliver them all for some time to Ceolle; tile aee ond ny he enasily conceived: tie enrmous expense the pltblislera havea underreone in getting u pl li nok, in the splendil manner it la hbeen executed will be n rsllicient apology for tihe ame. E JOIINS I()O, nov24 car St Charles & Common lts IME--882 casks now landing from brig Lincolu and far sale by S & J P WHITNEY, novl2 73 Camp at SONDIN PICKLES, SAvcEs, &a. just received L bv the baeribera. 12 bonxe English Pickles, assorted, 12 Sauces, do ItI " Extra quality London Mustard, tO " Ancaovie in glans jars, 10 Aaehavv pruns, 3 blis. lnaekinge, l)y & Malrtin, 5 boxeasuper. Olivec in glass jar., 5 Salad Oil, 5 AsslrtedFruits. G W PRII CHAIRI &. JO TAGERT Jr, novl4 ear Pnydra .& Magazine st LEHORN, RTRAW & TlUSCAN IBONNE'I'S The subecriber Ilt. iajt received per shipl Eat lorilum, a large eonrilnlntetnt of tile most faslhiollalle ailles of Leghorn, Slrmw andl Tisen Bonillelt;I FretneI Rlowerr, B and BoIles, &n, wblicel will be ild at whoIlle sale at the lowest New York pricer. L CHITTENDEN, novl4--t 26 Charrtres t a C'oPER'R NEW \V )IC E. -. . H OMDE AS FOUND, by the a uthr of Homeward Bound,in 2 vol. Coantrv Stoaie., ha Misr Miltford. atllarer-a of 'Our Village' iBeltod Rt.gi,"tienzi,' l e. faol r ale by WM SI'KEAN, eortl34 ar Camp & Colmlon at Mondelli l& a'eynolds, ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS, " AVE remoaed ltheir thefice to tile MERCta.nT Ele,.loc n, 2nd Story, Na. 0. Etltratne from Exchange Place, near the Poat Ofliee. noel -• TEN DOLLARS REWAILD. UN away on athe morning ofthe 31i1 Oc er, the slave CArHARINE , a griffe n7,g,-d sout thirty yearn;apeaki French and Englicll; is ll nllnwn, ald will Iry tt p.e herself as free.. The above rewardil will be paid ar Itor doliy ry to lle sllbicribhre. I)OYLE & MAY, 3 Cartanelet at Captains of va.-el, steam boats amlothers, are call tinted naainat tatillng aL i or hanelrig thle aIblXa n arld Slave; llald.r Ith penalty tl the lay. .lI -- I it.lit Camp SI. Theatre. Beneit and I la p rplearnee hi * eneasn of M ss MEADOWS. This Evenin., Jroenerer 23, Will he perfor,ned the Play of THE 'LADY OF LYONS! Claude Alelnortte, Mr. Frederieks, Col. )amn, Barrett, Beans eant, Fielding, Pauline, Mrs. larrett. ARter which, li.a Me:adlor will appear and sing a song and dance. Overture,by tihe Orhestrm. After which the Fnree of TIHE FOUR MOWBRAYS. Old Wilton, llr Franklin, Peter, Browl, Matilda, Miss Meadaw.. In the coarse of the piece she will srstain 4 characters. A BARGAIN O FFERED on eamin lie Starr-lll0 acres of Red River lands of choice quality and Ioeahty, airn f ted n few riler from tile nmut, of Red River, and pro ducing a hale ard a hnlfpee acre. The lands adjacent are held at $811, and refused $50 eaab ap. Tl'ermn, a fraction abore the government entries, ifall are taken, or $2,rHi) will releane me and secure an equal share i, the slrreculation. Addressa S. W. H., ratld leave at this office, between this and Saturday, 12 o'clock. r .rovr3 79000! CapItal Prize. Tickets only $2. GRAND STATE LOTTERY I)rao. nrumbers of the Grand State lottery, Class 55. 19. . 49,33,43,76,52 Il 71, 26, 7653. LASS No. 5. Autoriased by the L.egislature of C the State. To be drawn SATURI)AY, Nov. 24th, 1838, at 5 o'clock, P. M. at Bishop's Hotel. , S. DAVIS & CO, Managers. 75 Numlber-12 Drawn Ballots. SCHEME. I Prize do $7 04 $7 010 I do 2 000 2000 I do 1 200 100 I do 1000 1000 2 do 500 1 0I 4 do 300 1t 00 0 dtr 140 1120 10 do .120 1 )4 10 do 100 1 90 2 d00 12 74 63 dh 15 945 :l doe 10 Ri 1211do 8 104,8 39116 do 5 15 604 2343 o 3 50 46 87 27 814 Prizes, armarlning to $94,53n Tickets $2 00- ilalves $1 --Qacrlters 50. Pnckages of 25 Tickets for $541, warranted to draw .at least $24. Prckshges of2r half tickets $25, warmranted to draw at leaet $lat1aekage ln Qutarter Tickets $12i50 war rantic to dmraw ht least $6 For Paekagas or single Sickets, apply at the t MIANAGERS' OFFICE, nlar3 16 Cnartres at INES & C)RDIAI.AS-P'er Julia, fr m BreG en, end late nrrivalr, Rhenish a 1d neaI. fiererst,.iarrr, MSrcanh nr, iraefenger, Hochhei SThir, Teht1nier ir, Stlrinubeger, Our Lady, Milk, SStriWh . leistea, Sparklig Hock, rnd Rhmnish Wine it aee.'. SRed and Wlrite, celebrated randls. Burgund y. SpMrklig. Rot.' rr, CeCh bertlin, Clos de Vonagent, adll Ntrts. Bordenau. Chateau rI.antte, nodl thltlteau larlauxr, .lovilhr, Inrose, lille ~tr. Julieln and t. Elnilico Palrmer Bar Gura, in ree of: do.z. Good otalrel'n ard St J alien tI'ble Cltert. While Wines. ileruritage, Sanulternc, Bursa aind Graves. Dessertl Wines. (Gsoluie t.llttrtl slid Froultiglan Muscat. Madriri, old and pare Is imported ill crallas. llraady, l.id Clhalnpagnr, in barrels of 30 galls r doz. anti i I- I pipe . Cordiole. Genhuine Marascino and di Zorn, dlo lMartillqlltr ad Bouerrettux Iordinl White antd Ired Brrdeara Ariortle itn ct es, Ahlhcytoldl ntt ir.elcwtsser, ,r;irceaux Irmlatv Fnruits, I White Itlrderaa Wine Vinegar, eI:. .le by gF JirtINt. & CO, rlut3 c"lr tof St Charlnd.f Co'onlllmo a NOr'I'ICI,:;. T. M AhY'S MARKF'I' STIEAM IERRIY tCO 1A mtlillg Iof Ie toekhohlero in thie above ('o11 p.n"yl "i. kl o phlele T'h'in Ev,.eln, at 7 l'clock pre. ily, :,ii aliMr. Clrlres I)imrond'., No. 250 TIecholpioU. ian sreet. lunctuatllll n h lteti requteri d. Ila lll, ) l tll INl), Cornmni sioners. nov:l--1 COeP'-TltI. I )iFIC.--SE':)NI) MUNICII PAI.ITV, New (rlnoll., Nov. i,. Ioi1:l. Sj ;l:il, .lil:en ie IIh erah givell; 1411 I oi.snlllirdln* tlhl lirsltlt, ,of I)rp lle ber oe I at lw,, I ,e o' : Itek, I will l d deillllte, l t Iis office, to thI e h a I h IId,.r, lhiei.lvr ie ot, f ilt r.evenue of "e . M.Any ,ttK T, For lll, ll n, vi: folu ilae lirs( Juhanryv, 1i39, to ii( elnl~l lh'n.inl,r 1+139, inPT hluiy.,. 7'ernu andI.I' nt1. dlticlce of the adljdieclicn. Tle f, rin r or Ie,-t.( si.lil l ile five cll nlsll r the nlljudelltnli , fie rlll l h Il illosor o1,r endiCrsed to t.l senlisclion lf the 'tloiil'I. rl.lc lIat "l, 3,, 4, 5, ;, 6."7 1 9, i ,1 , I, ni i1 eeont i flnl t tle fllrst dny ofnnef norv1 Ill:9, al shluld hIo ifill It dto Io.n new ldjiihenion will be Inude If ihe itl I i t etibn riikof sid frc llter or lles , fie slomll ll ~o alt s rm inorlgge, in fnlor fithi b ut niciuliy all the riehts on which said revenue is. '.r edso that in deliilltofthe paymenet of any oftlhe alare said notesion theirbecoming dhe, the Mumiecptlitv mrv ve tihe power of seizing pl.inilly the afirvani rils, o lceeedluIl eortlgged n ledge al t. ed.ishl cllt contir to all the ordinances now in force or iwhi may bce hereafter ie pIseed i! relation ito aid liiiket. JOIN CAI.IItiJN, BUIEAU DU COM PTrilOLEU l-Muninipli Id No 2: Nile Orldan., 22 Nov. 1838. AVIS PUBLIC aut par le pr6nent donne, qun Sumedi, ler dc Doeemnbra prochain, a mnidi, j'ad. jugerai t ce bureau, au plus haut ennhdeiriour, la collecto du revenu dn MARCHIr Ste.MAR E6, pour un an, Ieavir du lcr Janvier 1839 an 31 Dd. cembrne inclusivemnent. Conditions do I'adjudication. Io fe raier on to. neur du bail, devra, einqjours apro I'adjudication, fournir res billets promissoires, sndoseds la so tifanction du cono it, payablnes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,11 et 12 mois, du leo de Janvier, 1839, b ddfaut de laquolle formolitd, it soera procddd6 uon nrourcllo ebchbre, pour Ie conmpte et aox risques dedit fernier on tenour de bail. II devia aussi ffeceter et hypothequer on fareur de cetto nmunici. palit6 tous les droits our lesquels ledit rovenu est fllfornd, de inanibre qu'au dfanut do palenleut d'au. cun deos dedits billets, a eur dedalned, Ia nunicl. palit6 nit le dreit do suicir provlsoiremoent lesdlts droils, ainsi altreolds t Ilypothbqu6s oomoe canu. lion. 11 se conformers mussi aun ordonnances ac. uellcement on force, on qui ei soront dan !a uanite, h l',gard dudit marchd. Ilnoy JOHN CALHOUN, comptroller LU.11 I RLLHK'S Otlb'ItA, Seceond Jlmnicipoldy, NEW ORLEANS. N.IO. 221, 1838. PIIBlI.IC Ntice is hereby girven Ihat on laturdlv, l filet day of Dlecembler nelt, at twclve o'clehk, I will adjutlicate at this office, to te highest bidder, the collecltin fthlle revenue of the Povdra streell Mar kei, for neC year,via: fron tihe first ofJanuary 1839 to thie 3lnt Dec,,ember 1839, inclusive. 'erms and conditions of inni adjudication.-The far mi'r or lesree shall, within five (lnra after the odjudica. lion, furaish his promissory nolte,endorsed to the nsa f'terion eflhte coueil, piyable nt I, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 6,8, 9, Ill,11 cad 1`2 mc.thi r tre the bfirst day ofJnuary 1839, nIil nlildhol tli fail to d so, a iew ndjudicatihn iill he ncde oir tie aeount alndat Ihe risk of said for. cir or lessee. He shall also effect and mortgage in f vor ,if Ibis mluniei nlity all tie right on which the col. lectiin lf said revenue isn formed, so that in del'ult of the pntlnct of any ofntle aloresnid notes on their becom ilg ie,t Ie mnliciaility may have tho power ofseizing prcvriieonally tlr albreaiid rights, o anflected and oort gaged as pledlge. oa shall also conform to allthb ordiancees now in firce or w h ch may be hereafter paes. ed in relation to iaid marker. JOHN CALIIOUN, nov ~93-df&eld Comptmller BUREAU DU COMPTROLEl R-Mumenipahti No 2,- Nllo.Orldans, 22 Nov 1838. AVIS PUBLIC est par le pr6sent donnle que saelndi, ler do didembro prochain, b midi, j'adju. gerai hco reroau, an pllt hnut enchdritseur, Ia ol!lecte du revenu dii MARCHE DE LA RUE POYDRAS, pour tin an, savoir: du lerJanvier 1839 au 31 Decemhre, 1839, inclusivonement. Condition de I'ndjudicntion--le fermior on to. nenr du hail, devrn, cinq jours aprbs I'adjudication, fournlir ore billets promissoirees, ndond.b I la an. lisfactinn du eonseil, payableoit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 et 12 lois, du ler do Ddeembre au Icr do Janvier, 1839: au ddfaut do laquello formalit6, il sera plroeddit une nouvlle encht.en, pour le complte I.t anix r sques dudit fermier on tenour do bail. 11 devrm nuses affecter et hypotl.dqunr on fa, your de cette municipalil6 tous loes troits our les. quels t c ellecon dudit revenu ept affeemr ,dn ina. nuibro qu'au d.fnut do paiement d'sauan deedits billets, a lcur 6cdabune, la municipaliti sit Is pou. veir do nlettre attauchement provisoiro our leadits droits, ainei aiFec'a et hypothldquds commaeau tion: it so conformera sussi I toutes les ordonnan. ces aettulleiient onll vigneur ou que serolt liar Ia suite mines on force, I I'tdgard dudit marchid. 21nov JOIIN CALHOUN, conptrolleur, ITU. 'TILIN WANTED ' -A well reuommended A young wnronn de.ineLn situation to take charge of Ibhihlr... App11l at thin otlle. nov23--31 3 1l' I' IBA It ItIELS-S3thi .1ulassee Barrel, in su. perirorerdr, for sale by LHGALEF oc 293 Common et LUMBlllt-tIIl,lalolear While Plut hoards, I ud illg fltill aiiill Lrlltin. iC'r irle - " .k J ' IIHITNEVY !uOwv Pi i.amIjIp ai St. Clharles Theatre. 1'll/ IEVENING, NO(V. 21, Will be perfrmred'l tie Innchlh I:IrIee of CROSSING THiE LIN',E. W.tverman, Mr. t . Cowell, Wtourtr, Pllemer, Ponona, Mrr- Plu ttr, Estelle, 1 mslehlmn. (.rand PI'n Seul, tlMal't RIavenit. After which the uanehalle I1r'w ofi TIlE GREEN EYED MONS'I'TER. Biaron Spaeyenhausen, Mr Farren, Col. Arnedolf, PaIte, Marrus. Derbr, Lady Spaeenhnus.no, MrlPlrumer. An Overture by (lrchstra, T'he whole will conctlde with Ihri nor Drnn.a of TRIAL BY BATTI' E. Charactrr.' by Mleasrs. l)rhur, V llliamn. Burkle, & C LOTIIING-20 cves seasentable CIlothing, land tig and for sale bv ISAAC BRIIIt.OG & Co, nov23 134 llugntine or PASTEB!.ACK, -10111 greni, lsldingri mship S Fortle, fir ale by ISAALC lRIOIGE & Co, nov23 1:4 MnJlazile Rt P IANS- 0 ,es .n . ~s .-aite, - aleo by lISAAC lll&ll.lll ti CO. noov2l3 1:)I iMlttoier st El'EIM CANI)I.E - ,--. h ·5 s Ne,, ihllornlh rpcru C Eandlea londing, for selt. Itv ISAAC IBRIIIGE - (;O, nov23 1:14 & i acliino st SPANNIS1. BO(iKS. D ON u(iijote de Il Manhale, Teatro de lropo dro Vejn, Llorente historla det Il lrqllsitito Gil BIsm-El It.llitller e Sltlmnn'a, Poersine drao inrvel, t ll (rils jocos, Corioni c I' ltiale-Leis hteico, Pablo y Vireiein--Ilehrarh.. Telermttnt-Cria ri Ilrrrea!:, Grammnrrs andIl IctiOllilliPe, Spatnisil, F'rench, English and German. Fr" sale hv ECJOIINS & CO, novv23 iar St .llrle (.omnle st VINKG.lA It. - I. EIN bblle iiegar on hoard shillt (hitIlrgie, tind for J I) lEIN & A COVFIN, not, 22 t0 Ciotion t. JOHN STEi WA-R-', .No. 5, I'lall Slrre. .ii, l',,k, ('(1IlM!SeItiN MI`:RCIIANT, I IPOIRTI'EI and iiiler in Ilalrrrb iPh-t i sealln trillmming. Almple storage IlIrIr Ilhl had an olala rote terms, all evoery lttelntioin paidto ,a dis folrwardl ed o his care. Rteferereer: Messrs. Lerur & Prinist., N it. nonm22 111311 lv y A N'IHIIRACI'i'E tnd (ieil al in c.tks ltids ltillot in lola to ltit i rllrlutrIsr. Orderl lef ltt the aiill yari il ('lill "tnree, Ilolhttrr Cnrundelet and Baronuc, or at l," e.n mlint honer ,If nov22 9 I k 'In.i. AN'I'IIiAI'I'l II i t I,.t 0 NE hurnrlrrrl and twrlv¢,r Ih,,leh.:,, 1.,. . 1 +r An lhratit teoal, II ttililg IIIb I i hlip e tc w lhuo nll shire ofrloel 'llilodelphi lr sile by IIt)i.\Ill & A 1II1..`. nrv2rl2l tk Il. Sr Forum, front liOihi, li r eile hmw i tilt i riI tl the Levre, ly (All llN & t..r Itl\IlIf:, nov2! 1;; &. + ,New Iever Powders for .nah hy nol22 ',I1t " ,, t - viOLO2' -w i':---l,2 -;. h- hN2 , r,', ,:. llavra, a large, mr glply oilf r'oln.,mh 1il ,, l 'nnt If'fu rl nea, N lr I lre.thpe. t t. ltn llot ril,t ,c li it'l it ttthl'h IthIoy offer for sale o reuullutlltl e terllr. liov2Ii mIal aI te GOr.Ž RN II'.S il l ." -:I S Itl) . - -- " " iXl .tinp ll -, ll,1 will p qn,, b " r1 "u l ` i, v, zll r. lsquall re of I rll ul nn S'. Its i,, ;i , ,ý.I -h I ll Ily urder ,' fJ \V 0lil. I i, 1 1, ', w '. : I' "llI K IlX I:. I i In II:1 ;, nvr Ili C nre ill PirJ. Jn--A nmX , , br 5 ,1,3I It . h . ln fu, mile elt; ;ljor., '. .I. J \ nI. 1 1 ' nn l.n I lI. nIl, y. imp. I.evinlalt , dam ihn p. I:I'rl~,,r, Ib \X ornnI,, vl . G(rier & Siuonmten' mii ,e 1 s. c. by t' nhlic, ain, iby. y t Thel r Jte. Selsnll flay-A ntninh ft. is 1111) -lia. , hI. I fnll milernla. Mllnlr J Wl ' il . n- J II-..lir by i urp. Lerinthin, dat B11n-k lphi. . liin.hlo'. damn) by TnO.hpgIllnr. Util·-& l)iillllliJ IiIl.l . . 1. Wilhinn hrItlenh ny hV nljn-Iode.ker.dlh II \\' iill IY rl. Senond ineNt, nlsldnlll I nKEY Swr."tln - I I nold enlts i and fillies, milesho ls $:,110 Iillllll.P h I: se esn llll Prnh rs Jans i (iir nn, ), (' 5 1'nrrir, Ira Seilth it n itht h. T Prrir Pur e, 4ti,t i nll bn n-fInn,,,I Inn "lhnI J W I I-ell I11 H , r1, rhtird Dna--Twl iler-,h, I r., I4Inn. IlIl1 aim liarIn, Two milen Int,-I J I' ,, 7 Finrrh I)evy-iThreiI l i't- le. n, J C I-r; 1!00 'ifth lDn,--Fllnrlleiih hioets, J 1' P'rse, e ,.01_1( Hixth I/ny--Sille hen(,lt, n I l1 Y ill .J II flirs,, , U eventhT ln--'lhreo Oihl'heas,1 IXIrtI I put1rse), 111111) J1I 1 . XIXIIIII , 00 ,noll6-reo NEW OHIEANS J l i .\" tL.UB I I . O{'F.R tile F.rliple r'mll'e, 1oN 11 iallll, Iln 'llev. 1FIR1 I JlY. 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