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FORT OP NEW oIILKANX. ;LEAItANCES. Nhovmbr 30. shlp.T.y, n.ood. New York. H O Amenr. lrig tLiae., Martt...uy, Brrelo.. R Crolong & co. Sehr Ilale.ld, RsIll. St Jooph. J.% A rritt i co. Skip Act n.s, Tml.. Lirerpoot, L H .al.. Steamer Sire , La.ouard. Ap.alaehols. Matter. ARRIDVAIV S. Tmsho.t Pilot, Csrrk, fronm W Pw..; h.ring towed . o ese bships Rothlon. and O.io, brih S.dnhad., hriL Konhoau., nnd .rl),ladm.s Left IIth. Ps.mon th.e th, stll1nt,. Irp.rls skip Eftru tI. P'.. New York Iliq idind.,,I td bound to Mobilo. nd -ehr C.il in tle B ivor. Towhnnt Hltdn, Honrin, from tile Palsies; Ilving towed o ea skilp R.epublltlc., nnd Constellatio. bro, IInlllton and sser Dlligtis. ad .scbr Nimpha.. Brougbt ug ,hip ., lmbsd, Byte., and Hehr.w. Left the Pasos on I.it .t 4 p m. Reports .hr Nimphl Ilurillg run foul o'ship Reullui can. lost both mUte; but slsiilled no othhl injry. Ship. Shefseld and Equl.'or outsid. the Br, also sloop of war F lr. 5.4d. Ship Ryron. Purrlnlon, 46 days for llordeas.x, to M,.ler. Sdp Tsmenet.d, Iorlantd. 43 do. f..... Liverpool.., to H I W Anden..s Ship Hebr.w, Korr, 47 dnsl rom Liverpool, In b.llast, Iyin. offlSIughter houce P.i/It. Skip hhnkspllre, I I doys from New , erk, to lRein Cohe.. Sobr Alexsander .shington, Dearlbon, 4 days from Gal. Vestun, in lhlltst, to Moster. &oBr MOtrmiso, Wh:tlesly., 4 days from GUlveton, in bal lst to DItstr. Sineamer Argo, Roderiek. ftrom Cicinnasti. To.wd down SSlethtoat. front Clln..l,,0t.crg, IU000 shoep, MB Knox. Stlamer Rulin+ton. from St L.oui. h essr, Alhlbmhlls , Philip., from I.ositille. Stemer, (Commodlore., Baingten. from Cincinnltl. Steamer Favorite, Plloh:k. from Plttsbu.rg. Steas..t Allmhny, R lrskel, from Cincinnati. Smtemer thisn. Parrel. from Cin'innoti Steamer Ormok., Rosworth, from Pitshurhh. tqeanler Norfolk, Smith, from Louisville Steamer Oconeo. J M Harris, oin Pittsburg. COMMERCIAL. IEule s D5tssaa Cbarl.to N.. Nor..,.........4 Ina1hin1.o.h o......... 22 No. S ork. Nov........... 22 LCicinna. , do........... 24 PIilmlclphl Nov ........ ..22 I,,oisvilln, do........... 25 illtitr do ............... St. ouis, No.......... 1 Ssotnuah, Nov...... ... 24 .Iverpool, Oct ........... 2' Houlston ('xas) Nhov...... l Paria.O .............. 21 Boato..l. Nor............ ti Loudollll., do ...........2 Nashville, Nov ........... "4 Havre do ...............2 Pdsh.it, ....4H.... do....... .IS EXPORTS. NEW YORK..Per ship Troy..cargo,n P9Dh3b cotton. 25 hrl tallow, 9 hx tob.cco..,20 pigs lead, 1500 Illdes, 2poke deer akins, 2 hhds hnver skils. BACPELONA..' Per brig l.ico..cargt, 330 bhis cottoll, end 4 m.stre,. ST JOe-PIS..l'or scllr Ileasld...srgo, 214 pakes .s nldze. 70 pnkge su.ldrino, 134 pre baggi.g and roils re ·e. LIVERPOOL..Por ship Ac1tr.e..cargo, 1230 his otoo., and 173 tonI lon.wond. APALACHICOI,..'ur n....... Siro...60 brstfl .r, and 14 reoo turas. 13MPORTS. LIVERPOOL.. Por ship 'Inl.onl.o.. . crgo, 5lh bxs tin platt,. 132 tuolls lthn., 51I10 hors iron, and 110 bdl. hol)[ irollt u S leatl alld c, II and ,t Anlder. sorn ILECEII'TS OF PRODUCE. St L.ohil..Per thomer Blrlnlllo ll..7i Ir nour, and l bril beef. C S.rder; .50 bris cracker J L Itoulehmlty; 30 r s beef, 3bfx. nnd I keg Illackerel, Counely 4 IEddy; 03 bri flour, C.ab & 'Turner; 7 b h i dew ,ktin, W I Fosdick & om; 4 Irunks. Samuel .tIllo..; 12 kegs tter, JtI tpln tyr; I h. A Pitk, 12 brlS..r, Wtom Rn;y; WOI if flour o, J3 I)ougherty; 13 brid apple.s W A Srntll. Louisvlll+,..Per rtelmer lblnallhian..71]l frim flor, A 1l Addison, 110 do J T1'lllyer: ItI hrlt I, i Olraoy, 4d rons rope, 30jars begghng, Ondrl hi Ott .l...so board; 14ILendoo cattle. Owlers oil board; 0l dos chcl ken, and 6 doz turkeys, U.Iters oln board. Cincinntti..Per teamenr C.ommodoro '.75 hos tolacno., 19 kgs Isld, ndld fxs cigr,., J TIyer ,,, co. 0 hilds hbln, P3 hel. mess ntlu, runmp) pork, 140 kegs lard, 95 .-ask. hsms, 9 do shooldhrs, n do sides, 719 1rls atd kegs Ia,,l, and 10 h keg. butter. Joe I.aLdis. , co; 3 brls lard J A Morrott; 47 b2i hla,, 41 kil ldo., anI tG khs lard, J V.lrn & cu; II caks dried beef, li hIlfdo, and .e01 kegs l0rd, Jokl (koowdrit, 70 brls. D Collin, otl Im ir; :0 Il.r-c,, (,OG Woodl. Pis.urg..Per teomnr PFav.rt. . h brl tongoes, J I.ullnd;; hitho rsks, Vi.cat Atrcntrd; '20 empty brds. For.1th & I.lmerilk; 125 empty br antd I0 bhx catsup; Jonhl Iloldwin; 7 Sho sopr work be..he.., 4 bed post., ood khao, 1 Iltolin; Ssteal. cnoinon n1 taw mtill etln.,istin Ifi pcs. work, 1t bxs, 13: coil rope, and 2 oies hlitgillso, Frak ill o t Henderson; 10O brill whiskey, CC Morton; 5.t hrlf. , ht.nlnhod &l F. .ut.ll; 3 cask b.acon, W II Sulnller; I7 bs ,otlon, Lambeth 4 Th'blmp. son; di tto V M B.l, 4 do B D I.uduodny. Pitthburgh--Per sInto, Orinlnok. I0cahskt wsi.hky, to.. A Pricur: I2 rolls leather,'2boxes nod I iron lute, C It Kelnelly; :10U emplty barrelh., Ad.ams & W\tI; & 1011 molnsI..s barrell, Taylor &r Deweyi 5 boxes mtrchanslie. A Fi(lhr; I rnrola.g, Pope, Powrt & co; f50 packages tlin.t, 1o, G D Recd; 14 do Cml.eks; 57 do H Ronnahel I do V H iKerr, P i; 9 do J E Krohart & co; I h6 blues naOlloll, .nwret ce 4' Chalolters; 910 do 1 M Iel;d 74dn Inockhhlrt, Fearn & Ilon)0 an; 14 do ,.r nlour, Lako 4- salker; 63 io Alleu, Aoher & c.; d4 Ido Cn ner & Gridley; 13 io N & J Dick ' co; 311 do Branllcr, lc Kenna & Wright; 9Do l Whito & co; i47 d Lonl, Fouiolain d&co; 6 do Carutllers, Ilarri co; . do 1' A HI.ldy; I ho.es ..nd n oarriOlgs, M;jor jruLton.; I pr matco Ihom, G Po., jr. Cintnioaoli..Per steamer At'.ln..40 brhi foltr, S.mtitlh; 100 jtt bhlgsTfltg.A .l k.e latls, t's brhl Soor, 3 h.. toba.co . lnd I Iotttg;e, lSark oh&fthot.,h , 30 br0h o0o2r, , J Fnrtt.al, 62t1 sacks corn. lountfurd. Cioneinllli..Per to;lner A]Fanv . .llargo pine e:ltlilgJ Wltoh co, 30 toes machinery p Garcla. 22111 kirs Iard, 24 blshbeef. JoLs Lnds & co, 1n0 hbr n flo.r, W J L:tllll, on board,2.0U hbsdo, CUonlotuck, Ilyde & co, 57 tons cstllngs, F~ruet Jr Hirn. ' Piltbutg..lntr s,,..er OcI...... r2 ft.. trdo, A. n AJAnrr.., 2.1 kegst lard, and 140 br lht kor, A II t,&a , &, co, 5 ca el. 200 brio pork. slin 50i kegs lard, MalhrdI & Sepnu, 49 caks and bxs tdze, Hoidon sot, 4 Gsinos, :to hio. olu.J, 51l Harris, 100 bris flour C H I)h,hnmn, on board. Louirvilo..I'.or .steamr Norfo.k ..50 hIrflour and 1098 kegs lard, Alt ntallc, .% rlt, 4 hlf., i2 kets, and Il bit.u sou.lrIi, R W Chinn, :Ill brh dour; C DIar.Iy. Cinrlennli--Per stomer Ar{..;. .50 Ihl. fllr. 4I. ?i ple., 40 do {alut,es, I l du corn l0dl and lh slodshtheepo, to on er on u1-brl. CONSIGNEES. New d3ork..Par 3 hip 1 , Aakpprc.P Frryln & r,; P I am mars, 4 It .n, 4ea; IH~ckwecll, 11r1(:m0, & r.; It Alarsl, a me; 1lerrett. Jnnnmg. & ,;o P .tJ FUICUIOIII W B-3 .,I, I Lev, D3 FSll. Whit'.qe &ac,; NI l W Sloirs; & It ',. hron , cA; J 11 111 i ich, W.llto,, rr r & 3p Iulir A & ru ,,cham; 0 1)14'3r, Il A ,Iede3n, Taylor 4rlluddl. I Shann ,,on 4 4 3Vr,,,L L e173 iC,,r'ioa. II V 3,oibl. Y,, mlr 43on; Moroga , A r . 4tjob,,,; 33r3l ,,.ry, If 0 V mes L411,o, Stevens &a ea,: Neeul & Tllllllos Frost S: c,; Blurk, Watlk, co; 3:ll A,,I, .; , l'ulA e &l,:,; W I. J Girluci 4 to Yr,,,, A Gllnlry II A 3 Gra1nt , 0I 13 1,,to;T lp son &A' Grkk. 11 I'rnd,,, . Monks & Grant; A & 0,,,r, ,1' T Stu.ngy, G, SweneIIo, Tla.lor rJley, e.ssr & L(isk E C Joln,, A; A I3,I ick, Ji A3ra., lors, & P Anldran 4. 31,3, B Ieik,, J (,,ilis,, J 3lnurn,3 ItIr. & ,r,. J 33 ' SII ni & cd ; 1) 4, A Pr T ,ro,,ridg,; BeA 1r 3 o4 ., A id6,, sun, Wuturrell 4 \Vaull, C It Clavier, W 31II:.lal. Lawre~nce Kegenr& eltrud 4 Rankin, 4 1 GaIrri, i,, i,, 11.P i1, Jg Dl~uqlrorly 4 co, J Flullll, Jr, V Darddl J (:rushy, Davis & Od, a & D Ay 3 Carrico, \%,C Fg, ' 1,0, jIB Colli., Prkr Dtwyer., Ilsrltirgtrt. (:.sli A , 3(., rrSi,., too,2I11 yoo, Prd3.coll, JLorr3 A rot,,,I, 3ýyn 13' R Ciarrker' E Ir. lady . 33,,.hled & Uhrnk, J .IMen, I,,o 4 GIVchb Ilar, Lbat J~, Tril, &Gren, A~llen, .snr orr rl. ,, Volroll 4 not Kirkmanu, itl~ornalhy 4 Hanna, M heasants & rot Brash &d 'I'llnckrr, CII)I.1k, . Ilr' i o, Arllll~ur, Lakeo it Wallker, 0 Jllhlr & en, J Colllcly· J f Fieldf 4' co, 1VlnLi ...are &r Young, A Gr~ay, 514, is 1,ll,,, 110, itself P LNwir, N J Dickr, I& Collard & G,,ly , 1" ,,t n 4 c,, S 4 J PI Wilrlnay, Sicily.I Illlllllrd f co, j HlatICbe, F () ;hark, A 0: 1,1 H4li,,,. JrIup II,,Bailey, Sick, 4ct,,,,,' Crrlron, S WV Oakrr, A 3 IIallcl., G Suits, µllermoln & AldricllJ CollinYk R,..,,. & Sblak.p..,,, Bogert . 4 o, Slolrto, Rlch.rd, IICC,1j .13 1 P 1, ,ioi,,, 33,ng & c33 Lckorl, Fare Ues I, ( 33,lull . Blake W 3., 1' Il3.re1.s , h c I 4 ,o,, e,, , 11,,,. , 4 J Imall, CGilde,3 11,433, 1,4k,, &o Sutra ,,,o'Band, Me. P1nn14 ¢ WrigltAP, ',ul 33,c a ck3)ll, J Gk.llher, pF 3,14 fro3t. Hoc.,,,, , Norman,. A 33 3 ,, S Itee, 33,,,,, t,,delux..P .I,, .,Myro..], LAoteli^r 33,,,fBergen, , Lacoste. Legenldre k B attend, I'olluc & Dudar, t Itruaseuu, Idori,, 4 d, J IV au C 3,,I,, ob-.: l 4 P f1,,or. T Alber, , A 1'urhor. Cloudy '1'.lo,l,,,- .iP 34, owne A r, lotell, EA.g,,& IWa.,,li, A a3'3,,do, A Piin, C f, I, iooivJ ,',ll,,3 Roger nail ·llb·,11- DU.IIIIII and su, I' e and IroI S Pity Du,, .1 I1,33,3,, Pnd I slecrApd. orpgr, j St Lnlls..Per stPH e 11,3.3,,hA 3.l,;J d Alrlniyyo and lay, Cop, 1V U S1,ward Inleut G H Rankikn, Ti3e II laa e,,T A F,,c,,,,,skl 'r,,, I F 11,Ha.h, H alurd in, Il,:nrvlla. L R Trrg,. W,, R C,, dt,,,,,, ooks, Stoe, 8,03 S0tarkey, I. Br 11 ,oA u,,, o,,, C1ny K''wor.3l. rr 1,3. St L*la1·.l1' r tcanmlr .tllbomlil.l .'21rCIII .f fatly, King ¢ family JilIl,nsurll 'I'houlpllln and titherr; sod :Ill et deck. IIE3Iu l o3nlllall,h.o.J~ )In~lC SI..m,, Int.Iiage.H Coper, In,, 330 d r,. , F 3,nl, rr,, Hmrot.i. M13 3s.ll,3. Will lYinrly' 3343, l\· y, l s Grant, if \Yilsan, 13 . Keibh,. Higinrs, 1.o,,r. Iilsly, ' C. ,,,ntmm,,r Conlin, 2'1.0 Cro·nolin, .41111 I.IW.IIII (:nlo 1Voud... , I 01140,. Puts burg.. Ver slsallllr F'eVOrila.. ir. Pollack. 2 childresn. Td sva, sr&. lla.I ipuulma, l ,. lrt,,r., l,, y, I,,,,, Mlanche. Flcmlllgn . 'illo oyoIlns M own Roper, Griaond, 11,0ri,, Flint, Pillion. andPet1.. .hlpow 33Yo1k..3 ,f Cai,, P,,1 Ipeate..P3.r Sarah A MHillr, A &. TI,. H C Crug 1mg aIr I. 331.3 i· r ip ftadHpgga,' He~pndersoe,,2 ahildron nur4 an 3.,1; ftr,~J Il011 IIIan Ilancharrn.' 4 ark p.~n daughter, Ainr If ,%I W F: Rower, 9 rhlldllea a d 2 Pv,, 51r i Mr Nicholson; Mr R All, Vnllis, 3 lldrrn an~d nur Me 4r Milt George Alorgnn. 4 children anld nun,.e; Air A AIri e;Wu, 1 Filuld Mr.r A S Palmuer, 11, C 1) Dickey, 11 AIJSi ,Gog trs SP Blalckwell, Mrr 311303 J If I ('r,, , Win Ilr'33, Ir CIorn. : Uur63113 311t1c0r K. 4:,,,·ur, igN Gutri,,er t,,,1,31 Ir.,l, , r, S I , r TBronep, a..J I() elaurar I9r, Gait,'Wiln'ý ll",dnrll.,kl y Poe°, f.tn·y, .I M IAl,.lte,11 a (3311,, ,,,, l'rpyda,,3r ,ss \, ,-lie, Sill. Green and sssh Mlr 1\'orl Dllal n, llatr~nron. ) lly , .·lal Ill dkfl: 4 ay anlbrafle. D\'rnd. Par steamer, n Evnroutrku, rmn I'lshllh. it I'ol, and L;1kp , (Sign',I Jl1323 NICIIOIll Bsm'lNr* Alias Hew.. 41 acrui, IV A 4'1 ''~ IIIII, R~helrlin 4 holy,· 4%.11' slid lady, Pr~tnrrarigaa L,' un maung, Ic-If l',lrrtlo n n. 2s l'lA,,li . n 1 ().1u,,,, lla·sll blrl 11,.0 11,, 10,1A.ryI Nrbl t BrwnIfn I "~II1I Ili, ley, II. du; rnldno nds s', ' , cr.,,lA U.. so arinl- - Ewad ilon \ i lnt ,, J Fornl, 10rs , lrllr ,nand cild, Ales (:...y, and 2 children,. Dean,., Milliken, Pa.. Edwardl. ýk l Novi,~,, J S Bryavn. \V H Sumner, I' H McahnS 8ait,.J dwrd, Throckmorlon, Thos Coif, J S Saafodd. I. Ilalrberue, sad 110 Per swu.,ia Argo, from ('1UCinlllU'i - -ICIXI. Haw , 11.1( Coven, Norris, Perry, Shanw, AIrll*, Jon,,,. Ifntuer, Hass unitil family, S'mith, Young, Gina~, Co I,, l e,$,,,C,, and Iawily, ManaldmB. Kelsey, Carty~, Kiplp, SYtl, , lr 31. Cobs, anld 50 on deck.. ME3IORA~q.4. Steamer Bulrlington met 20 aLnnoau,. il the Upper Allied.. sfPPi train Louisvlleo. SteamerC Louisville aground no a snag. NIT-it" the Month of Mary'. River; Go~o Coll.,, 416,0, l a the head of the Devil's I*land; All,,r,, ann.ged ad lying to a Show Cap" Gender. '1'11,Upper Dliirsippl had four, Is to 21 mochas frory file Meth to gisrt lust.. Skit. 80.4.. ;,o.r 10 day. P otn New York; 22d Now, off the Hui. ila the Wall, 89060 ach Louisa, from %a iltlucket- 21,11, od Cat Key- pupuke bill Sheffield, fromu Baltimrore; 2641, ob ort Stsma Athfse took the freightr off the n kel boat Brilliant. sankr at French Walnd, lisehorred the same at Natchez.. Schr Davin Pratt, -f NOrth YamlnlllL was spoke by the ship By,,,,, o6 Crries Port Recf, bound to Haden. TiIhl lellrcr bag ufth, fast sailing chrip Rnrhrrrer, Charles Owen, ,mater, w ill betke wy rnifl blerchent,'a Excllange at 5 p. 111.llR~ l.ll IL 6.. nrellef Engineer of fille New Orlenal. and (:Hrrull. to~n N~ail Roadl, 111r. Joh~n !/autpnuon ba0 lioeln Ipuiut" rdJ inl hie place,, to whls.1 all persons luvii~g tblliileer 141:11, or wvishing i,lllrmation regarding said Rail Road will aptly tit thed Rail Road Office, Prlydiraetrlrz, BY order of 1k, III ord. (Sign,,,) J()IIN NICIIOI.,C)V, poi 11-rf Casier. DE LA lM.unicipalite No. 2. ORDONNANCE, Pour 6tablir un ferry pros du March6 Ste.-Marie, et joint avec la ville de La fayette. II eat ordonnd qua l compagnia du bae & vapenr de Ia Scaconde Municipalild eat at demeure autoria6o a ltablir at I continuer pendant cinq ann, nt on plnsiears baas . vapeur, pour naviguer dopuis an ddareadote appropria A ladite comnagnio. entre lea rues St. Joseph at DAlord, travorsant Il fleave, touchant A la villa de Lafayette, on altant et venant, pourvb quo Indite compagni so confournm oux con. ditions aiaessoue dceiteas. Elle devra 6tablir un bateau convenahle avee toutes leas commodita pour caresses, nutrea voi. tures, chevaux at passagers, et non infdriour on tons points Aeelui taaintenantemployd par ladite compagnie, et co dans une annde I partir de l'a doption da oette ordonnance. Ello devra on tout temps pendant l'uxistence de son privilbge, tanir un bateau naviguant r6gu lieroment au moins une fois par houre, dupois le lever du solsil jusqu'a son coucher, a ntre lIe an droits dtesignds dans cotte ordonnance, h moins d'empechemnent f red; at lo prix du passage no de. vra pas exedder colui preldv6 prle6ddament par la compagnie du bee Ifvapeur de In Nile. t)rl6ans Ladite compagnie allonora et pniora mtonsuello. ment au tr6aorier do cotte munici.ialit6 la somme do cent piastres pour l'usage du wharf et du dU. barcadere qui lui soeront accords. La meconde mu. nicipalit6 no garantit pas le droit, d'dtablir co ferry dens le cas ot il paraitrait qu'il eat on contradic tion avec aucun droit memblable confard a d'autres par auctiue loi existante de cat dtat. Si Ia compagnie, par un nombre lgnl no seo ae tionnaires, accepto cotto ordonnance, dans I'eapace do vingt jours aprda son adoption, elle sera c6nssa obligatrire pour eux at cotte municipalitd, autre. mont ello sera nullo et d'aucuno force, en tout an qui regardo ladite compagnie. Si la compagnlie, apris avoir acept6 cotto ordon. nanc, tnoe ramplit pas fiddlement los devoirs qui maront inpeseds, sons ses provisions, conforrd6ment a lour veritable esprit et intention; alors ladite compagnie perdra au profit do cetto municipalitd toua las droits et privileges dlont clio nura e 6 in vestie par toutes lea ordonnances at r6dolutions de ce conseil. II est re outre ordont6 qu'an can oa la comp-. guio du bac i vapeur do la seconde municipalit6 n'acceptornit pas cetto ordonnance, il sera permis A tout nonlbre de citoyona respousables do cetto municipalila qui no sera pas rnoindro do dix, de Pacceptor do la maniaro suivante: Un livre do souscription doeva etre oavert par Solotmon high, Charles Diaon et M. Robitaille, apr.a cinq jours d'avis dontn par cux ou une ma. joertl d'entre eux, lequel livro donaurcra ouvert pendant le jour. Lo capital scra tix6 par leadits comnissaatros, a une sntnlla n'axcltdant pas vingt mille piatlroe, at sere divist6 an actions do cent pi. estres chacune, et quand les souseril)tionsa sront ferm6es, si ln mentant des souscriptions aet plus grand qu'il no falt, on diminuera Io dixilmae, eo rbduisant los plus fortes souseriptions, do tolle fni.rn qu'aneune no sora rnduite tant qu'll on roe. tara une plus grande. Qut'aoseitat qu'una compagnie ninsi formlnd ser incorpord confrmni6mnt a la loi du 13 mars 1837, et nuri nutifi6 al colansil eon acceptation do cetto ordonnaneo, celle ei diviendra obligatoire pour la dite comlpagnie, at cartto municipalitd; pourvil que eerie notifieation soit faite vanrt le premier jour do jaovior prochain. Sign(, JOSHUA BALDWVIN, Iccorder. TRUE AR-ERICAN OFFIC:E. Int cannetdon with this Otlfier is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE Fra Tillt PRIN'TING OF Pamphlets Blank Checks Catalogues Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Rtecipts, Legal Notices, Auction Bills, Bill Porms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Circulars Anid ever'y drecription ofJob Walorkl that sanl be requirsed. 1'l'tphe proprietor respectfauly calls thll attention of the public to the above (;art, tatl tasurr. thae that all work intrusted to hisi care shall lbe doanea lt itn, short est notice, in a style unsuorpasedI inl tllhis ity, and at tile ln set rate.. 'rlIlE IRUE AMIEIRICAN. EDlITED) By JOSl5 Ealufin¶. FAIT-SFUL AND BOLD. I Olr OR LEAi'aN SATURDAY, I)ECEMfBER 1, 183S Civil Coe of Louisiana.-An heleanti edilion and reprint of this important Crle of Civil Poli' y and Loruisiana law h'ajust been completed by M.essrs. Johns b. Co., anid I at their book stre ill tinis city where subscrebers and othlerr are obtainiln copires It is pubaiehed under tile patronrage of the state, supported by a laroe subsecripriin. This edition of the Louisiana Code was munch wanted friom tile circulnstaner that it was out of print and no copy could be had at ny price. The style and mannler in which this arrat work is exe. cured does much eredit to, thie entlrprlzeof the publishers; end especislly to the taste and good judgment of Mr. G.P. Manuovrier who superin. tended its execution through the press, and to its finish. It is now wihin tire reach of every nnem her of the blr, in a beautiful forml, at once con vertient to the reader and practitioner and worthy of a Code of Laws, founded cn the Roman Civil Laws of Justinian, as modified by tie jurispru dense of France and Spain, atd ndapted to tie constitution and repub ean inrliturioue of the United States and tihe Slte of L euiiana. T'he edition of our code unlldr euouslderatiol Is enriched and its neetlnrice greatly enh rnced by annoa. tions appended to each article,,, ty copious refer enca to the works of modern civlial ns f great em - nonce such as Pothlier,Tounlieir,Dornat,i,& other wri ters and celererated authors on jurisprldence; and also by references to the cer espcrnding articles of the Napuleen Code, and ri tihe num erous decisions of the Supreme Court at Louisiana, formingirg a vs. luable and instructive comnntuariy on the Corde itself. The antnolationr by iV. S. Upton, L. L. 8I aid N. R. Jennings, Esq. The Loutriana Code should he in tile hands of every gentleman and citizen of itle salre, who takes an inermstin n tihe )strn oft law and civil pulity under which he lives, and which regulates all his civil rights, and corrutr , i himr in the acqur sltion and preservation rf ils properry and possesa sinrs. No mnan can plad ig;n,r..nco o f til e law, and hence every one is IrrtcrLtcdjlio know anld uno derstand ieo provisions. We recommend Messrs. Jhbns & Cro's edition of of the C~ dr to every class of ettiz, ins, but more epreoually to the members ir thue bar tLroughout the state. IThe printing, typipliaphy and binlding s excecuted in a neat and elegant style, and ap pears to be done wite great aec.r,.cy, and the whole work is ciomprised Iln a mnuch more eligible and onllvenient forlllm, or size, than any edit:ol, or work of this iriul, heretor ore published. Lieaosn, Oct. .2.-Brtlrsh Tr'od, U with lhe I 'ited Slatle.-.More than usual attention Ilo hreic di rected In the city within the last few days, to a cenip-nv recently formed in Netw York, termed 'laThe North American Trust and Iballdkig Cotn pany, asna is proposed to connectit t ore closely with this country, by raicslnt a Iorttin of tile n tended addrltir nalr capital ir L nd.r l. Ir'rc.sireecuses for this purpose eave been isoled by thle tire oi Messars Palmer, nMaleblop, Dent & co, and the undertaking, it in said, Is strongly supporred by) leading hnkr.,s at tile Wist end, as well as in lh.. City. 'Fire chlie olfject, and wii leh is nf the Ur most tmportsee to the inercnntie Iirtereste of liis country, is to protect, it is declared, the American Britibh trade as much as porssible from the pecuar. sry inconvenience to which it has hitherto been subjected. The diltieulty which every branch ot trade and comenlrre has hud to cront.' ndr :e a ir st since the panic of 1113.-7, Irom the alroi st ltal imposthbtitr of drine business oit credit, is but too well known, and, tiheri fore, ,lly unlertakling which wouldl na-sti the lair traderi, l.i e prop, r eurity Is given fir ter m advancc o inst cr iroi,f ie a nltlter ofwrei l genirrltg ni l en Iriirt e rcrll. tile and manulacturingllld intre. of i this crou r, who are now .illust wholly w.i lulr t urdela, aSIi sali; riir: su acutely float the+ stlatioilltll u tred . The. systlelm blabh,rio ).op lcd I " liaSlllu Litlls backw aards Arnd irwhrer andrri'cl rt t po relyit upon the drawer In inet the bill at lnaturtiy, ihas bern the ruin oi the ceun rv, sind vany thr.w r h hlh said, wt i , e effected by he v rl lllin ,,I tl re c ¢ a , in d r r th a ir i - t loans upon the IdepToit of property, while the cn pa y are ronimpelled, unllr the no w hlane.le act ol the State of New York. to issue the not s of the cmnptroller general. ly thllis new law, in faee, the state of thie affairs of any new hrnk arre oIunr delle supervision of the eourt orf chnnce,rr, ani none can insue their own paper, but that only of the comptroller general of the state, which is given upon the deposite of security, while the notes a e still payable on demand at the bank. There in necersarn;i, therefore, much greater security afforded to the public under the new system thian ever was before.--J.lorning Chroniele. From the "Token" for 1839 we extract a bijnu True it is stenling ea em, -a brilliant that knows no alltow; but the casket has many more, the mine that gave it has a thousand yet in store, and we but remove it for a time that it may have an. other zone to shine in. Tile beautiful stanzas be loware from the pen of Mrs Osgood, now in Ene. land and greatly admired by Campbell, Rogers, and the Nfie of british poets, lbut born in Bosltn, and the theme of many an impassioned lay by the bhrds of her native city. For as Moore says "young Fanny was lovely." L'ONOR. BY FRANCES S. OSGOOD. Leoon loved a noble youthll; Hut light was Lreenor's maiden truth: She left her love for wealth, foretoth! Faithless Leonor! Now she pnk ce paleace.hall; L.rds anti Ieelies await hereal!; Wearily Leonor turns from all; Languid Leonor! Leanor lies on a conch of down; The jewl-light f a ducal crown Gleatms through her tresses ni san-lit brown; leautiful Leonor! Leoanr's robe is a tissue of gold, Flashigg in every graceful fold: And braided gems on her arms are rolled; Radiant Leonor! Diamonds spaerkle in Lennor's zone, it ith n star-like glorv in every sence; But the heart they senile over is cold and lone; Joyless Leonor! To be eroe once more she wonld give them anl. The crown, tile couch and the scelptered hkni, And the robe, with the rich and shining fall; Poor, lost Leonor! Like a captive bird, through the beaming bar Of gold ashe looks on her home afar, And it wuces her there, like a holy star; Vainly, Leonor! Leonor's lip hath lost its bloom; lier proud, blue eyes, are dark with gloom; She will sleep in peace in her early tomb! Sufferint Leonur! 'Fle following instnnlee to prove that a womnmn cant k'ep a secret, is adduced by the Boston Daily Adveatoe of yesterday. The gallant Judge Story tw.a compelled by Is duty ras a Jude, to do a painfully ungnllant act in the Circuit Coti in llhode Islandl, lo.t Friday. A young Indy of interesting appearance and respec rtable character, refused to be sworn as n witness belore at; rnd Jnry, in the matter of breaking the seal of a letter. The letter was written by a young seneleman, whose address site had declined, and the seal breaking was by another young man; more favored. She refused to testify against him. Marshal A'lthony, one of the most polite men in the world, had to bring lher before Judge Story, who kindly urged upn her to take thile oath. She refused, preferring to go to j il rather than injure the man she loved, and the judge committed her toprison. Soon after she was liberated and re turned to her friends, the learned Judge not being a march for 'woman's w it,' a apened by love. IHistory lhas mmortalized the Roltamantl who when shout to he put to the torture t secret Irone her, implicating a friend, hi nongue olf, and spit it in the face of h This ians often been cited as the greates: p of the constancy of a woman in keeping a sear It is, however, ruther a conlession against thter virtue in the sex, feor it shows a consciousness :hat the only way to keep the secret was to ge. rid of the tongue. The Provtdence lady has a higher claim than the Romanr matlro. Site withrtll od oll tile powers of tie Court, submitted to the penalty and preserved her secretr and her tongue loo. Eacot:'s Cout.r.--'l'his eccentric luminuary has again made its napt aranee, and its pesitllo his been dicoveoed at New Haven, where it is visible to the naked eve. This planet perforrna it revo lution in 1207--rr ahoot 3. 13 rears. its fourth recorded o ppearance was in 1819, at which ittle it received the name of a Professor Encke, of Ber Ile, and it w s last seen in 18I31. It was now filrt discovered lbout two weeks ago:n nd if the nt morphere shtluhl be extretmely clear on any even ing tilts week It nay hre seten shortly niter snnset, or ol ut 7 P. 1,. wit inut tie nid of a telescope, and with the naked eye. The New York Era describes its locatnr n na 'otear the I ets of Ophiut ceri, onee tle tetwin siste.r t tIl e slouder knot of the serpenrt bearer.' s'ane tEurel Sanis.-tOn cmi paring dateesigns.t, appeaarrles , &. , it appiears that th e steamer re ported as beiig seren ol' Nantucket by the brig arrived in Iullifax, iwas the Grealt Weatern on er voyage to New Notlh. Of the steamer Lirerpool not a word of any s rit has reached us, yet we can. not divest our minds of a certain vague feeling that slhe has returned back to herport of deparnure, or taken refuge at some other. Our wish, perhnps, is lather to thie thouliu, but we feel a presentiment that some such 'ill lie found to be the ease. The (Griat Western departted on ler last trip for tile seasun, on Frida laIst. The Ricer. Fonl the beat intelligence we can ga thiler, there appear. a Irobability of an exclusive rise in the Ohio, nay, satne nonjecture that from the flood of waters cosling down,and the very protracted period of their flow, thiat tl:' rivr is not likely to be entirely aicked ip by thie ice as it is in ordinary seasons. We learn thant there was a rise of two feet at Cincinnati, while above the a.tecrs had risen five feet and were continually and rapidly inereasinc, from the great fall of rain, the meltiig of thie now, and other causes. We have but too, much renson to hope this flattreing pros pect may be realized. lir beyond the exnrbitant price provisions havee arrived at by ite low state of the rivers, awe hve lther dlauglrl tni ippriehllnd as may be seen by the fo!lowinlg extractict frl the St. Francisville Clhrnoni cle. lBut even ecubvrl all these is thie apprehensionl that our innllldiat connexioni with tie RIed River nlay be deirnitively ct tift. Of Ithis, we trust,there is no such direct fear its s.tIIe of the I iers of tile interior seemn to think. At ill evenas, the very chance of such a thing should cause lie it ttlelllt exe'rtion to he used to lestore the'cummunhiction between tile Mississippi and ilae Red River to tile state in which it has happily ex isted fir many years past. "Should tlie evr ver ectinue in its present low stage omuch longer, there is no telling what may be the loss of individull proprietors on its ian'ts. Slides, which onl take pilae eat Ilw water, and increase in number alld Imagnitde in proportion to its conlinunce, have alreanly cauered much daIumge. ()Or opposite neigh btr, Point Coutpee, habr suffered in common with other p[laces,as tny be t'me by tile cordt ofsdrift wood eon sanutliv floeliing ipast llii hIarbir, sail to have caved in with Ie hlllnks on which it was piled for steamboat uee. W'e have heard ithl1 niaiy individuals, little able, have sufl'rd lIthus, brth iln lahI and labor; and nmuch new leree is to he tnuder efore high water. The grand leveeyet tandsis, ibut great re tile eltneroaelnenats on its front; anid it is not a tIrile to renew such an embank. laint, lhow ever riihi is the population." Judge llua nrnal yesterday ordered the libera tion of T. V. Collens, the D,'puty Clerk of the U. S. Court, illegally imprisoned by Jldge Lawrence. Judge Buchanan real an aslen opinion, deciding that It was illegal to order the imlprisonment of a citizen for on undelinud persod, or during the mere pleasure of a Julge. The public was highly grat fied at ti trlunie t f Jlu ltice. fhu3Ir Ii. A. 'al'ayt,o, tilt joint proprietor of the Lotsiunlla race C ,urse has artred, and is actively etngaged in making such amendments to the track as will re nd, r it laerior to none in tile state. We drove over it yesterday and found it ill first rate order, and Mr. I'a) loe has made arrangements for remvnlllg the nelniers stand bhack, and to take suah a postiso itas will give to all within it the greatest posaible command of' the races through out their entire progress. Nothing has been left ullthought or to secu re tio te visitors of the totirs iarm' every elJytnlllent ofl the sport whilch the mist liberal oullay, slid the most considerate at Lentlon, call suppl. iMr. Tayloe is one of the ilst us xperit'ceLd ILte course proprietors we hatst a arnd tio uanits( regard to the cornlort of all who bclng to, or untticl tthe Jekety Club, Ir, their ra tional and exciaan sp-rt hais bteen, and will be exerted thirlllholUIt. Antd wlle Iks attenllllon has hbe II tesl,,twed olr tile visitors of ihe races, t:e ac co runnidiiions of tlhe racrs have not been lost oight ol. Srubeie ,e the best descripm oiu have rill ;rnvtde.' , '1 tr'n ly tIlt lent. al advanitges, mnld il i. rl ,i tr.. i , n- - ,,. . pltl it iii all tll ial , reqoiuhd fete t.riiin.. When then-e. eidirttti rtls, and Ih.r grant amount, o the purses, are taken into view we may nell anticipate a race meetinn on the . ,nii.ina Course snch as is seldom to be met with in any city in the tUnion. The Ship Shakespeare, Capt. Palmer, came to the Levee vyesterday morning. She made a splendid trip, being but 10 days out at-Sea. Her soil from Tortugas to the Bnlize jtaR made in 41 hours. There is no news Irom Texas by the arrivals yeaterdny. No intt Iligence regarding the Indians had been henrd by Cnptnin's Dearborn and Where0 ley of thle scahooners Washington and Marmion. Tihe Marine Ball SRoom, on tile Levee between the two markers. opens this evening. fý- No mails rrivrd tn im the north yeetterdy. A vnst number ol arrivals ith from sea, and by the river have taken place within the last forty. ei ht hours as will be seen by our shipping news. NOT1CE is hereby given that an assignment has /I teen mnde by leassr. Blair n. Lnwee on this city, of all the enroperty and estale of every deseription be ltning to Whlttemire & llsir nd Whlttenmor, Blair & Co., fornterly of this city, and of said Blalr & Inwersor in which they ate repetively intereostedl, to John Tay lor of Newark, New Jersey, and to Jonn Walldwnrtl end Wnm. J. Mtiller orf ih; rity of New York, fIlr thle benefit of tie crecditors of sid house and inder thie eon ditimt specified in stid asseignent,en and whie said ats eignmtr Ihasn brt n duly recordedl ib this city. All lersoea ilnlelted to eaid onuse are tnqeterd tn tea, .ond all creditors oif tie antte tre reqt esl i to pre elt tlheir elaimea itmmedilelyv Io IIENIRY E. 'TH)MAS, Agent t ntaid Assignees, Edtel-6-t No. I (:ortre s et. Mar. (:nnet. tBlair t . Laws de c nlA vill, de tO tie iA Itrultrete et tietrsn i tueln dleeeription ltpnarteanl a WItlttenoirre & Blair et WVhittemore Blir cn Cie.. cidevant de Cettr villa et nllitf Blair et Lawes, on daln lesiero s l il ent respeertieenteint beresle, n. John Thlort de Newark, New Jehnvey et A John Wnadlorn6 ,ar W n. J Miller, de Io citletie Now York, ont binbfice dee erennciert de. diter mnison e x rn eorlditio npbciiees audit aoteldt trnsfer, leqntel a nte dtonent eureeistre n cellttn vile. Toatee leae eorronlles qui sent endlrteera tevers leIn ditrts anisone, rortt pries de solrder, at clleos anxqrol. leu on potrrtit devoir, de plreoellter IerReo nalnpitns ilon medlinateent a IIENRY E 'I'HOIAS, deel Agent des nnrigntnirtes. . F. PILS'I'ER, Stal, No. 7, PIaydro Market. T IT E Subscrllar thken thi method of informing his Friends ad theh Public in general, tlnt hIe has in ken tie above S'T'A.l.l in POYDI)IAS MIA KET, wheres t iv call e furlished wlilth Beef, Pork, Veal, &e. equrltnt llennst,tt aey whrich cn Ie procured in New Orleans. To-rrrow, hn e will lhave a very superior OX for ane, which hIe intends kililing tlhis evening. T'le Stnll is fitted ttp rt n very l etotur tmntner, is neatly painted, uool Ihas a nMrhln Snlth for tie Mtat. Indrivi.lialn, ,ronemilies, may finl it to their inierest to giue bhit itiall. It. F. IILS'IEII. (iee --It * TUP1' Y'rdd: .MUifIIU ptjftsJl: *1000 ItEWAIRD, 1"TII, le aid hn tile unedersigned, for tire lpprea. ir- nsieof Johne Sfe'p ane Sld tnormon ,'ter, rwho erllterttid Mel'tie l i tle y, sen. ttll n the 8th Octobier nle r W,ll'is Ferry ill loIrothr onlllyet, Tennensee. Johthn S.opiP i about ufe vnear. of agoe 5 fIet 8 or 9 in elsni high, dark ererrileineo, dark eye., tback hair, it clined t r, cuerl and very lio brrehend. Tihe neiddlejeint oft"he llre figer tIo hisir iIhrt lon ictnsideroably ettlar

gr.d, oratsinerdl, iti ais SUlpoerld, lv a hIrt. Soll,elretn Step in abouet 2:1 or 2nyearm of age, ,5 feet 11 in.hbs high, (ioe bt iuil, a little [r'lied to ibe stoep shoourldr.r, darluk eremplexuhro, dark rye-, dark hair, in clirned ti crl, andi very hIiglh cheek ieoes. 'The bones oflhisorlir irnl arihve beenr hnroken near tihe miiddle of tile a:in, amdl oren.-ioned o cnnsidlerable rirdge on the bert oei hiril hand. T'le Slell Itorenerly resideld in tie (ilelrnokee enrllntrv in Georgina, onl ii i. troIu)hI tIhey will eisiher mrke their wntv hck to tGeorgia, ortrike torTeXorrs. 'lle rbove reward till he paid oi thelir d.elivery in fprtlien county, Troenneoate, rr a proportionable rnward eitiler. SAI.I.Y FAII.EY, HE.NIf'ltEtON G. FAIII.EY, JdAClSOJN PA IItEY, s.k 'CII . LENX. oe12i1-ies IL7 lEditor- throen eiremui Tennessee, AlalaniR. MAi will giet tile ;ebven three pl,,ti on o ltrtrd ,th'ir tcharuerctorSill) Farley, htnlrbllret 1'.i). Ilnnrdin ecttn ty, leeroa. shali be eromptly Il. JOB13 PRINTING. OF EVERiY IiEStRIPTIiON, drIP;EEl)IL.Y, IIIANI) IOMI.LY .SItND CII EAPLY EXI:ITrEll AT THE OPPICE OP THE True .ilnfterican, ST. CIIAiLES STIIEET , NEAR l'OTIBLLAS. Blank Clheck, Hills of Llidiltg, .Anctioli Bills, I'lniphltcie, 5ollocv bills, Ontil loges, k&e. &C. 1120 ti oI)ERS./ri the .|orne', oind l r ry oethr dL . criptiono(f /d PbI'l;N lNh; reeived at Colurnina. Root i fi "'RUl S .IEti]lCA.\." is Sr. ('n tal.t.s Ex. ttnOscIE,: hi ,hr r'licil ( rnvi5r etreel, ir l th.e rietig 0llicc, oire of l'oidta- i r'l Si. Charl tstreets. E. lesasiii nod beotfulofo/ liiiniod Jn Fouslrs, from 1he best Foundriceio the Unih'd St'oes, haie just bee adlled So the nl/c ready wolls.ockedo Estnblishmenl; ---old (}InEn will be ceseulsed as Low, ns Clteaply, Expeditihlsly and lHeaurithlly, .s ct ayll otiher Ollice in thle City. Noel-Sf COTION CIRCULARS 0It PRIONTl) with the Great Esrpedtion, and ina style nlsurlpassed ii N1vEW ORLEAONS or sel-. whcre. ORDERS left alCO('onlrrio ~.tos in Si. Charles EX* change, (Cortner Sf Grarier St.) or at TRU E AMERICAN P'RINTING OFFICE, corner of PoydraIs and St. Charles Sirecti, will be promptly allendsd io. Dec. I-tf. NO'I'ICE. A COFFEE IIOUSE ind all ilns eonltet, either by privale or cllblie nahel, leflnre Ilta 10th of ne.t month. A gilod lele anid as good a stanld fit bushine s arny in the eity, and centiilly stanted, for c.ash. The teaie iN llirelln monthli. but 50l dillars if the convenienles are rae ired,it will be diasi.osedofand alaso 11ed and blldldins, liijli.lro, iaiiry II'silhlns COlllslte.s -i . los Ihlrtller liiriieiilirso aply it ills Tlrulle Allittcne" Otllhe. dcsl--3t ONE two storiy dileliI hot.e, No.6, Tri Ion Flrcrt,.lear Tivoli (Clrcle, stading balck .froil the strear, lhavineg follr reols, well fin isbed, ii two story kLitchowithlowill iolilr U Scisterli, well and every iconveiiniiiie to nlllake it a eolortiable resi dence for'i siiall fanlily lesirons olf living ietired. Ad ply toe J, 0T'T. deer DI 0 lFFEE--bo lagS ii Sillsto anid Ier alle by ELb T' K IlYDE &5 BIOl, deel 39 cor Coilll & ltllogiine si UlN IAR-1 caf~ es, 4i~~ii teJnr~~lu;i · eE J foir eolah by lit HYDE & BRO, decl cor Coill & Mlagazinn st A AISINS-30U boles and 2u01 half liaxes, 'iiicllt LKaihins, friiish iiportaiini, for cale by T' Lt HIYlE& 1BRO, dcel l" ollao i &MMaganiit, sic A 15I)15 bull SALED. F IIRIST role 31ilh: Cow ir sale.i lDlhllS breed, li llip i on board shill Vilcksbrgolluposite Ihl vet'e lOlil l'i PATENT Il 1i.ES.-Justrecoiied Cults -J PitiaintShllut ltilis, ier ai:uruI.V and ItiCeOe of Ihe fire, slln sles thle racitdilt withtlthiih thluney rsalosed and discharged, eoceod S noi s hiilg i lthel kioid tllilt ha ever beei inllVelltud. BUlS & ALLEN, (tExclhan.e IHo1el,) dcI cocncer eI Chorles &'Poydrna ss 1 nd Ilia salnu Iy CG t)tIIJEY, d"eI 4,1 ew Iveee ltilllII---10 l s la- linh lriin sieanibluua Tiber, end0 li iale by i (I Dtl.EP , d el 44 New L4eve - -M lOLl. -.r l ,EWOL.EANS. redrle+ pl, weith ec ilr IIIt tii.ioy is $ 15 iaiel aU iiiig1, ii!ltr ' the luohers sitll 1gv elilgtileiiusilin. ieiik (fsis iuiiiMn~tuy tics lid, 35iioun ces oillreciifisrn hit, Breads li tht eoconudquualityu is desl C. (;ENltIcI, Mtyor.O -'NGtIISl ANNIA\tli FOR 1li-l-The Book tof Fiu n'nll, supierb l s l's i llll Fi lide 's Tahic i lemilxi FOcotun'p nller. nf (ti racoci s iilir't I)rwhlg; i lconni I Sci'lll Book. Hletlltlr' t;Orl~llnlls• lhlds nnml BilaiSnlr;ig t' Waserlv Ku.cpsak,; Tlis Itipetinl Orientsl Anniial" Forgrt 3fe Nol; nrtIctltre. Annnll!; Priendshilit'S tffer- I ing; Jllvcnile eketh Booel; Yon.g Lld es' Aanual I Yollng" (l nlen Iccios Al lsoti. Amecrient Aunualsl.--'l'lTe 'Tiken nldl AtlnlltiC o11 .enir;'l'la Violet; Thea Gifr;l The Juvenile For et-1e Nor. Juas received anid or sale Iiy Wm McK AN, decl coirtr Camp and Comnlon sit S U(iAr--3 hhilis lglgr and 4ilI hb -rase, . an -diug nlied for saoly r IIEII3OINIE BROIIWN & co, decl 9 M Cani street l I, 'A1tN.LELs & iOAl'--tllrOl gilillcs I ilelr .v Parell 7ei ipell SOil;(10 0 Ii ldlecsled it lo I1o; 41001 do Ilc/llhldl \l'1ilho, li hI Il lo loIIicc'eOil; 1iE loss aewrd I l nlilteu all Si idilles; 101t'lo tltlltsckel di; 5311ilit E .o. I Ii, Is, liii 'it I oiiiisi, lue sot d,-il cll ,ai ne tslreei LIEIP CA ILLE--A 5iw II ,rich lslltiCsbhl . lir UL slcet y .. eJ. P, \ H rTNEY, nov :(il 7A( (·RalIlli4t al.# III.'IKI,; --lii01 I,, I ji,.i i;,~;,.l., tn vr,.,; l .C.-,,.l , nll ni, it I it lll ';i,t Gonmp SI. Theatre. Firt night of llte Io-eCgngmcleto l tlte erelebrateRd hols. SA ZEPPA. il Who olil appear for frur nights. This Ercening, Decembehr Ist, Will bo Irerfrored the celebrated Piny of l MAZEPPA. Moaz-ppo, Der-Fr, Abder Kahn, Frcderick,. Olinoki, Mrs G(ce,. O verture,by; ith orche.,n. After which, by decire, tito flvorite Fare of thle IRISlMJiAN IN LONDON. Murtorh Delany Mr. Greene loaisa, Anderson To-Morrow, A1AZEPPA ! and THE LADY OF LYONS! [P MIR. MARBI.E will appearon Mondarly. NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUR. Eclipse Course 1JILL meet at the Exchange lo Ilorel, on Seotrdny Soeveniag nextr , at kur.fpast 6 o'lock. noovr .' Y N )IIVER. NEW ORLEANS & CARrtOI.ITON tAIl. ROADI) CO.-NO)TIC--On aod nloer Irh lst Dec., 1838,until flrther notice, an Extra night Cor will rleave the car oltuse, Ioydras lreeor, at htlf 'p ll o'chlk, P.M. fcr Lafayette rad itermodiat, lea. Sitgle Tickets37 I- catte, or .t $15 per hundre. JlHiN IIAMP' I.N, novO2--tf Chf. log. N. O.& C. R. II. STEAM BOAT BILLS. W )VNERS, AGKN'I'S, or C IPTAINS of STIEAM BOATS Cao irre theLir Bills srurck orf,rin oe, or more Colorrd Ilnks on Plil or Colored Paper, with despatch, awd on fpvorable Terms, by learing their ORDERS at TRUE AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydrars and St. Chr:rlos rtreets. Nev29--tf G RE T WES'I'EIN PEN. Ju r<tom:rie' diret - mfrn Ionnoon,0on, h0l0utreirl gore r' Ith (ireet We~stern drel Pel, Iatle expriessly Ibr stalionerr - rtil bales, aod warranted tile Iet l taOW ilIv C r sale by I)AVID FELT & CO, nor 9 i4 lChanrtre st. . ... . ....... . . ) VI~I C·. . . . . . T1HE isobrirhcrr hlar' arriaited thr.oeclvoe in 1 siness llldtire. ht ,il rrf C IItl.'I'IIK .4 SIN. Ni)TT, and rI iri a crollrtillrnoe of tre1 patrolge re eeied by their Arhhe tIhtriorlre rhlilie ernhrlooiog businesn Ilia own nrme, 0a Wholesale Grocer on Commissin Mlerrchant. J CITi ~JOHIN CIIRITIE" nov2--lw N. 1Nt ' I.Jr. NEW ORILEANS & CAIlLI)IL'I'ON RAIl. OuAlD COMPANY. ARRANnGEMNTS rOR THE WELK nAys. H rom Caorrllron. Flma New Orleans. Hoore CAnr t4 o'chrk, AM. tloar Cer at 5 o'llcok, A.M. locomotiv ar 0 Loo"orolmnliyo 7 v " " "I " .q " " 10 " " I " 1 " , 6 " "im "ra, I -o P" " Alri A Watts Chita I ls or Antr t0 o'olnck r (;arcn naind ort py.ing l0 dolt iofrtlre n foir nlmnsAnul o 8 Ta.he flr heio Trip. TIlE JACKSON ANt) LACouIinlE RTREttT CARS l Jutave Cr teir el ar d r ri ojrhllk. A. l . nd nroN horrly. At oalf a'st7 r'ch.r r thi ear will comnocr le runnior voory holfn i rsour, olorr Frorilrollrolrlrsout rho dy utcil o'hock, P. M. frorrtheir lr.,'rlofJvr'k- l street. Peror eCning b hr hlrc,lrolivrlorvt prorido themsorireo with ''ic , As ino mo sp r r rill r itk l y tri nonrrlrt ort. folrANw Orlotrilnr rd C(arroalltoRa R n onld Coanorrer. Poodrartrrori tOlbrAttOin r r.. ,ON n llcTapN.i. Rn URliKS SltANtI) 'At.''--3,5U0 Irrlrhelo Turkr I alet, h ooli org iero rk ilohemie, nnd br sal y LIFVI II GAI.E:, dN E AEIU.\L... b'td 1839~: Csnrrica'ure ".. Illltllt, i~endo~n; F olnn'. (:llery of tr'er; rvloorooork nttionlaInl TheP ImarPel, I~on hron AmIut. Aiorirr A 0rntt.,( hriotlrne I'alee, bor 1837; YI rrrrig Lndrve Annalo, for 113!1; I o glln (;iorr orolH Ir' A Inool . I ror 1 190; The (, It; ire n Virret; Jot A Cr1n+ rrn: n I voltirirlov Allrnrrrle ko) 1i39; Justnreleivrd anld llbr sale kv Ey.IOlINw I evr. n1roet7 or .d t (rhrl e, & C reornrnie O(rlrnrrs. rIIE Sth,' khhlrrrch s i roreherex y notifoiid the t h.lTlr H Elrr-'trrihnrrirrr Irlrtir stero'k .ir d'iv Irrr vllYllrbe on Ire ClIi Lerenb er Irrr'nt, vit tilre rr l(hr rftle {?(lolr jlrrrrr. E L T'rl.CV. nov stree'v. - ISU.FCA I)'A't.:',L'.-i'XI;iTElii' ItOll-'lit - E IE ,1 NIIEI.-OIt.II;ANS. I" ' ,:R rr iri tnlllllt cvlrl' l ila r eet avi Ilcltl nirrinoqrr Ih irr ( rIl rrr.'r' ' rtr v rnrll erell rr 4 llr'ur l(rr'r ('iinrr, eti llt ,. I t lllrhrr- I..lrr vi, -i +Illv, lll ear I l rld, :~l t:f ll,I-l'l l+'. .{}ll ,W FIIIi I lllil. ' II \C Y .+'41..l, l arl, Cniro K 111hV '''err l( Ot;lINE NIK. Jo-ti , hr.r,',lr' , tllloht lit I ,\ lnl' l.l.ollr.) Iivt rpt.+l d ll4r'n r lrr'ir;.% 'llnir rrr irt lntoll tl~ 114 rrr'ir Io olrirri I(I Lrl'llr.-er:., or d rlrrr kt I ri (rnl r'l r a nnl . 1II (tt'-E&, ' MIt.I It(Alm on .. " ii hls .i i£IiI' Ii T . II ',tl loc 'I hlrio (rverr',, r'oii~Jor-rsir' in, ,h'GNo D( }RIii . li I~a ~t fer sale by1cr )t{'r , I Nttrleehrrrrrlcrrrrrrirrrcrlhew,rrrras =lllll, ,h jforonrilre-Merchortro I'or'lrrnrgov 'r hIl I II iGAI IE, Aeoen.r _ ,oyr0' _ .. .. . . :ti O,, v,,,, elrct. TO MIERCHANTS. aIJMERCHAN'TS raii hat'e a IlcccIF.cI CIRCI LAn cIt rcbk ocffcclffor Ih- N.r NoT ct,by.rlling t the colnpling I(otnii o' TRUE AMERICAN I'cienc Orrice, St. Chcirlec Exchcnge, ajidciang the Rc*c icc Room at Corner cf Grvier strrcl, or cl the Ihinl ing Oilica, ceaner cf Pac'dcc and al. Chnrlcec Utceej. LATHS. T HIrIRTY thousand 1-4 inch landing f brig Lincol.l, and for aale by S & J r WHITNEY, noc2h 77I C'amp at pI'rATro EN.-rblh ibis Pinlact' la~ndilig lab-f SIPalI)Nli, for and--ib, Ilby I o bii Ic S R JXI' WII. I'11X1. 1INAlfE1(: .iW I. prmr-nts nuic1dc inn' bidc., dlry a cd aliipa llfo c alel b kaicar 7 andnk fli' nr B :1G(:I and MeI (AoAC lBRIIIy I &a('y'i, _______ I 11.,Igaci cI/ no CA7 tntDIn~ 1 IISl;dll ln- l;I ul* bra, v i·i11113:3 --I-,' ULIl for 1J eruce, binding I-r onl ships ()catulgee andl Ar kaunessand for sale by ISAAC BnRIDGE, &k CO, nov~l I:31 Magazine at . lU PRINTED at thre nliortrel Notice, in the mo elegant nnanner, in Blalck or Colored lone, on Enalnll 1. Ied, WVhibrt IF'akc, or Plain SurNced Carnta, cand at P'iirs ery reasnaa be act TRUE CIp ERIC %N OFP. FICE, corner of i'c f nlc cad Sc. Chnrlbcscb' . Secracc New and llincitiiil Faoatc of T'aRc hare just breiicddcd to ther E.Iniliahoc'nt. Ocfer receiic'd Cit I pl u .ilie CRa ar, s E.cchacgc, :lcl doir ciail Icncvieccn.,ccr arl he riutilg Outcr, cornar of 'oilda, &: ct. Cbnarl.-a alicila 'carl-ifJ L1111 -51111 cas 's'I'humorton I;i,o , nndie an t sale by S & J I' \W'hIr'Nl Y, Ilový.14 7:1 Co onp et ML)UCK--A complete ss~nl-lnlen in stare, for sale by lit' cal hrlllil~~ [)1 - caiill & 3 P' 11'1111' NK' nnv2c i3 Colmp at S131915' NEW NIIVEII.. ' EI.AYO: A cliorc cI' ti, Golh, hb thle auliiii-r of 'Mcli ichaccpr,' ''Ii'h h'ciiiaac-,' 'inn lcr, 'The Partjcaii,' Mlartin Faberc,' &c, ia. vocl. jus rcei c cd aid flr cla by 1V11 MIcKEAN cca,23 ro- ('00,l, & Common Is -- NEW I1', 11I.1. A Iii.',',. t' l. 'II it'ca in Chicil, v LDoniing; 1 h Briit'iiihi Siccire, in 2 oe Iloancicnt of V'innc, bIy Mlrs Iola;, 2vo I'cliyii; thear oi th de Gothli, in 2le I',ice I'ilgciic.y hi'r. Bird,` 2oe ljieiiii, Irn, theiIla Fcench oI iSciclticc; TI'e WVife lImiuer, r the Mractily fiunilv; iindl Shalcbks & Sic- (Iullt', i Calllita illicit' cock, RN., ini 2 cula', for s alIe S & Cbi, nccl cnr St l'l(mclca& Cwiiiiii, cI S AI:-"P-hlo racks liacrpool Snit,ifi aaei ain t-Ii suit pan' ar mere; ppld7 ili 1.11 1.%1 F, no,2I 9)3 C11n111o0 F t N EW C1;(11' SUl/A R-27 ilchds prime tincaale on plaintation, haer ihe cite, by RtEAli &' IlRS'ESOW I7)lX 7 11nk fIlier EACIIft 1Nle- leH hhlR old nurll aulll~rlur articic, fir sale Iy RE.1D & I1Alln'l'l\V, RLI 1111--4 Ir0V~l 11,021 ~~7 lbon 'n! A I.MIAtNACS FO h1839 -Jiuct'cl a ciir a tiber rliiplyicl thecLauihsitai n licaiac for 11,39, al, ulcted (1,e hrst'lnc of Lauiaiiiaac li1aiPtippii iil Al nilcaiia,iaor i-le by 1) 1111:.1' &. ('O New YIork Sj~ollonll'rs Ilalll inov31 'Ii I-(( iiA.N 112 riir ae, aileun oig Iiiig s aiimi- ll brcgans inn cii klr ip boloal n,, InnlingcsI- dfo llo by C:ISAAC LII, & Cio. 11,01:1 _ 1.31 0a_0z 1in Pnll )\ IER.I CANIILEn-.. .'5loaaa~n n hafn hi~p wA7 1011fl0 olbag frcale 1117y 2A Clliifll h 'i, S. Charles Theatre. - - .- Filct night o.f I \ FITTI'! 'ilIs EVENING, iii:;i. I, \ ill ho pie formed, tirsi tite thii .engssn, the Drntma of ILA FtITTE-'-Piraie ofthe Guyf. Isa Filtr. ir Penrean Jerrmiah alorlinspike, I.rnes 'Theodore,, _ (Page to La Fiel) Hlis. Chalrlotte Iames. An Overture by lrchestra, Previouis to .a Fille, the C'llldy of the YILTIIFUI. QUEEN. Count d'Oxenste;n, Christina, Mliss C Barnes. To-lorrow thie Opera ofthe lountain RSylph. Monday--Ir Mrs & Miss lBarers willappear. Dress and MEasquerade Balls. MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. N FW LEVE.R SP'IIEET, Iummediitely illn fronlt o the steam Irnt landin . The above establish ment will be re-opened on .auday evenlling, Dee. 2nd, 1838, farthae asaoni." 11111 days. iunday.a, 'l'auealays, and Thursdays. Said eitahlishinent will he larnished with the hoi.'est liqurs, and ti good Iteta.urat will be attaclhed to it. hise snno'ers of aid eatabislmlirnt hlve aniage sufficiea Polie offiersc to keep Food order throegist t the establishment; there will be a place to deait clonks. canes, &e. No per.son shall be admitred in the BI! RcH m witll weapons of any kind. EXC(IIANI;E .RItAlDINGi RO(1AI. rI111] proprietor has re-filted his Ialdig rom, in the St. t:IItIleeB IExChnnlee, (Corcr of ( ravier and St. Charles street, ai the netst manlliner. Besides all the nrincipal napers of the Unitod States, oftevery citv and state.he tCnllladas,Texl s and Alexi aso {( }lv.ainn,nt tIe roo[ is regularly and ext e s v. Iv sppllield witll lthe latest IEiropean pnplers, Lovl'a Lists. aud L'ric's Price Cuirnt. Also witll nearly all tle Literarv Periodicals of tie day, and ha tile re pullicalions f the I.0 odn, Edinurg, \Vestmhnster Bletroapolitan Reviewsta id illekwa. iMBaga.zian. TIhe Norr)th American Review; the Southern Liter rrKnick bocker,'l'll, Americaa Jaurnai alf Scieltcer and Arta, Cshiia Bliscellany D)eaiacrati, Rev:ew, (i.'tlelntsra's a gazile, American Imonthll , Bently's liscelleny, the Mexico Chirurgicat Review, and a variety of othere. All these works areregularlyv sbscribed lir and recei yed. 'Ilhe roaml is also Salupli'ed will a I'ýe vnriht cf maps and atlases, Niles IRe·tietr. I~e w,"s L 'r Trt (Cur rent from its colllnnemenslllc t azateers,and a valiety of works of reI el,'lloo 11The 1116 1a ive & intrllirlni news collectors nae nos plared, to give the. erliest arrivals, and no pains nor Co mpese will be slmrred to render this lteading Boone the Sllhlrile illllon ae reaspectfllly rect:ive I. octl --tf ANNUALS AND ALMANACS, FOlt '. 39. PI.IENDID ILoulion Annll l-,-The Iook of {roV ally, ftih a ro l'platers; F'indrn'si' Tableaux, and tanllcry of (irate..; Filier. . )rawing Ito.i.. ..$krt.lh IBoak; Ilealtics Costluleln---l lu, olu Illoslonie; 1\'hlerrlc Keepsrlke,--The Illllperial. Oiennal sAllmaa;Forcerste Not; Jordlans IPortrait Annual; l',irieaalr,1 lAllill c Annullll ll al; triPndshi ?s' ()fl'rlilg: Fisher's J venile Sketch lllk; YlII,,g ladie's and vltlling eee'lle·11 s nnulll . A l.ic, A \ n'alt; 'I..hriIIIIS 'raleP. Americe n Aanuals. Ti.s Taken and Atilanie Soulvenir; The Vionlle The1 (life Mrs (iilhman's allnual l'ister.ll IIo lhrsewife Alanaac. Aim nat's.. American AlmanIllle . .& epoitory ofl'.e'l.l Knowledge lilunt'a Nallhical Alll nas; E Johns & Co'a. Lolisillnla Alhnanae; Crockett-Ca-(i -(-rlmll dlilllllt,, Stewart's iahry foar 1839, rillliling ia blalk Iltello randum for aeverl'ay of ntih, vear. E lOIIiNS & Co., corner ofSt CharIII s and Comlmon sts. nov ^6-w. CITY iO'T'EL, ('orner f'Commoan and C(amp trelts. M R. & MRtS. lit-. SIIAlI. ihave the plel.llre o'fianfrmnS g thleir feidsa and tie luhltr., 11i11l the Isllse so IavIrably kllwawn i. Bishop's Hotll, will bIe opelned on WVedieSllda, the fit hh iot. tir the re, er timlf Co llompany. 'I'Tevl llaP 1d the Houce thorrug g ly reipiredanl newlv furniled throuighoul, ad begl leave io assure the traveller and tili.deon+, that whatever repulation the house moay hlye its quired in peat years, no exertions on their pralt shall b,+ wanting to maintain A Collall tion will I' spend at if o'rl,,ek iii the mI ori - i ,i i f tI I Ith i s.. , 1 . w h ic h th e p u b lic . s r .l e "rfu lly . . 3i, ,IiANA A FURNITURE WAR.BOOMS No. 53, ionvlle street. W. ..'II. ,111 It. CARNI 'IK , irl resn jr' nlll v inl lantlv receiviln furr New ,York ald IHoston r goryr t HIAor el'l rlnt re ll rr--, srl :ra.h s, r oI wI t.eIIIr- a .llfrl, l,(e- 'rrls , rlt l and IIIIIt' tPd r hr nir, ri i Ir e a, ilbul'rv }dstead-,i tnllinn·lllV nod ell'rhl) ielss h{ W1"1 doseri i siu p"i m arernl ob net, sI re l't ort\r ,r rihl , i adWk'r , . errl'll Ir lf Iof, l.rall Vll d thiry, waS. ari, , Ie .NIl 'ramrlir lr .r'dir tnrnolrajrralilt lFlrllt ll tg'h rlg 1 JMn ofId ''tloGl d hll) nI' i.l n White in s I: `]" N ES & 0i Iltl, 511 '0''''no IIU·l 111 0811, IrS011 B lnut, la te ,rir nlhl iir k i "rr t lrlrlre lrllt', (Lr r r, f ii'ro dr, l"'i hh,"i nwrflir T hlloui liiltPIrIPr , ' 'io.II· I (r, 'i (;THt. · 0:, ,enu in Lnd ., r"on "ienan Me nt. Me old n 1d White, clhlmr"e d bransin . 1I'7r r Il ill i i q. S arkling, R:-,Pi r rni' e, iCho bl e lt ('ln s dl l li Vl .ot, o Ilr n r rr',i I i rr. flri al r rrrrd I orrrhrt.rao ill. rt rdr i WVhite flordlea'inBe Vinedar, ,ir 0!Capitarl rri-e. Inharrrritl lirrrrrrrrlg rr11 - ill qlrr rgan11, gri, ,,irIr. tDra n nu.l, fi ont. tllh Gl n StI. :ila Illter , C las 57.a C LA,, i 'n, . e t'3 d flz (i.d l" lepha ui( t J I tlllr e o 11,)1' I l'i us. l 3iriR rri lrfge , ir.r I' rsaw, n Iit ravta . 0 1 I Deert "I 1'tis. old rnd pure as imported ii aer Is. Iani in I-oa pipe-. enin I ,rshino a Ii Zilra,( ll Ido lio e a1 Bnrm 'oriari r ' W1., n nud I elI d llrl t Annltte il Crt"es, Old doIint iy Idi l;rin&bl,, ar a r&lyl o I t 7rirl410str, unsv 3 e of St Charhes & Cammon Ht 9,000 Capital nPrize. Ttekets only $3. GRAND STATE 1OTTER~' Y. Draw n numbers of the Grand Smtlt I r.tervr liass a7. 74,15, 3 3, 55 I8,1 71,13,7,11,'70. ;lVA SS r No. 59. A ur m nsr l by the L t'i.;nth re of S the z oar te. To br drewnr l T III .n 1A , Dec.N me, 1838, at 5 o'clock, 1'. ll. at Bishop's Ihltel. , i).\\'1 & l:), , lanage rs. 7l t N.wrtL r - a n Rllllltil- r l lh nl. 11t'll. l l-I. I riaeorf 111i '.i l'e i li Io 2 (lUll 2 11 I d I 5110 I 51111 I di I 40 I lll! I dor I llIrt (ril0 7) irr I I tirr I 1111) 10 dIh P rHCL 5 I I 00 I z l ir a 211 12 iOr I1 do l" 11 2510 111 dro ]1411) 1n 3 It t Ifi 1:3 f1l0 n :) do 30 I 890llns 3ldlllr rta 5 71 3171 43 d :1 711 118 97 81)1 rl'r-za, rmmrontimn to $1 i 11 3 l'lkr'll Irol Ill- Ilal s $1 I 50-I ar l ttr , ri 7 Pa llcelo' f . ' Icrkets hrl n 7,, orrrlalld Iode draw a ('oar Am.d lI'ecrai'ro on 25 half , iiikeol $:t7 0, wrrmanlte:il to drawE warai ei r r ral. eat 5 Io r 1 r l'r kan.res orrsiirg 'icktets, apply, tt the M1ANAtERSlE' OF'FICE:, nr oi30 lo ornaii I I liA R I 1 AI.IA I ALI S A N l IIl 'I.K . --l large as )) saltl'ai of lliliarn BI lls fit' sul wrior quaiity at the ]haztar, aorner 0t. Chiarles and CJu: l ttU-.. 1 1(11' & ALLAN. nore 310 Fxahenge Iloa l,. jj-A NIl %l.l (\Itl'IIIIt."---Vldoar lutlrrinrr 1 3 a ,\lllrh i \\rilnar. 01 ery 'rn ty |jost a leo ivta d 0t tile 1BA A\.All , ornler Ot aI l.thale- and Ca rommon t11. ]('0(I & ALL.AN, anov0 Ixela ng,- lintel. Sprlrl Candle, nsarld rioeo, ofl,ml11r¥rrd brrands 1,11 borxeSraa rn aui dlnhtrs, J rm:aorm's hrearm 1:11 hr.x's Ireslh .oup ) 511 inhl refiand \% hone Oil Cilarntpalrgrr Wine olsunmerior qruality C(r1per, in "hren , fron a Pi Io I a 100 (ma I kla'k Lead Il to, ismorierl iizes, fir sale by JitIloIl COCKAIIAbNE, (-x UNNI' (lAl--I0 haiea 2- b-h.Iags ira to G and fInr sale by (. 11(11(SEV, notv31 44 N en. levee sa la by -S. &al J. 1'. \ r ILI' I rIa,' I. ..... .... ir(1:i1. L o orrm p Pn ILIItlti-air' h ldi,:' (ar ... ambor t IV I 11 r l-A rl+Ol al lrnin le Io r 3 rr {:. enOISEY .- o I'le-s ,,rkn It ehas Irmr'r, anl a ldi8ikng, (ilt|d, lIaodr ig Inmrrl al bonut la ' 11 H o II r ll, I) ue hl , 1,m-y G I ] , Ltcr.) '1 |N tew Levee lft. to lii' leticl' ,IId Ie IItle iI & R trbhe . bjie hole,: \Iager iiei'eii ib~e wi' Ii,, hngne 1'l to his lri ahe toce fblit mte nrl irlleic pieirt et sPirte. l ohn lle crslvnrl o1,iteds belpetfully iblicttr thelim t, at the e-i tili-let ill lha. bee~on enIecl for tlh tie dseiei no vioitw, rlid i N igocib in iiilrlli, ns p eel :tiro. I'll( nt ill lie iirpns-f 1I. IN)lr tl luiltpte &l~lll~*a l M tlPr!Itrt~lriEl~ R il.,I kep Nit.e nhliii ceeeiioliiiiiiii iii the itrl Sii eep lug e wlle eieileelireiigti,,iii ill droeIollljllilo, :id oft Novembel~r Iloxt, by it oud1 will take plan as oe ual 'c o rv Xlltufhy, 1Vedara-* will anid on th~e let olf May, 18:111. N. 11. Thel erenteil atavmionl~l will he mid In 1I kerp ing perfect order througho~lut the altllli*IIuIInt, ea Moe don lastiseason. oct24 LOUISIANA INSTITUTE. " THlS Instituti onifr tle delniciii ifiio eegentle tien, will go .into opeeuiiii oinll the frsti if thii ter, in the hIioemell oeyt lif, th lMetbljet Chlur.ht It ecrner of Corondelil lod PIod to, utdler the direction tofllohle nerigtell iilli oI alolclpied tie d hlt ir if 1, I Ilthllslltlio inl several (9olle~te* ell'lle nc.rll,, and whol JIis a graduante auntie of the mo~st celebrated universities it of Europe.. o 'll'e coarse oirf iilice to lii portiiedl ini this teminary will be coii,,elhendled to the folloiwing divitiinsiiiit I. Thle I':nglish depalirtmlent, emblracing all the it blrinhei. ota ttiouEiiigh aInd accomiiplishId I ngi.h edl it ueotion. n. Thy eCotasical loepnrltieiil, omoprehlending tile Latinl end Greek hIiogiiogee. y. T ie eporttmentii oi iiiilein tloegitages, in ihich - oil l e tiiglht tIiejFrencli, Spanitill ilad (IGermIan Inn n T h e1 inntheiniticall and plhilovnpplhi, a1 dnlpnrtl*Pnl r' comlprehendingl Algebra~, tiealoeliry, thie twnl'l'rigonant riea wity IheilrI lleiwlic allitliletioilin ollvevinE, ceviptliiti i hlgeelon ,y, iice. Ne ralel Phli s.'phy a CIemiIIIstry illootriite4tyI nolilipiint expperimenlt. ILJEvenint Clnlliest ill the Modern Ii tiiigiiugco will lie kirlorl and atuended toTliri thieiltlo l( tonur. t: J'HIAIf)ERlMANN, A M. Rrrt~uti'cta:o J GIIISON oI1s. Etev I'reciildeniiIIANNON, Louisiaoio College,, Jalckson. 1r C A 1.UZENIIEtG, l.C DUNCAN Roll, J NICIItOLON RE.q. Nei Orleons. sepV~--1 sRel A conhnioentteo storv dlwelliog(lloose, i'oeotee of Sit.Jiilii Jonl aePelirdid clretit. For . . poeiciolnrs l apply Iton ilex remses ITie tENt'. d, fIt WI) tl, tw liecrv h,,ouo unit bitihii on St. l Jclih a. cit i n lir ItIIeIT 'oo ioimbket Ap .LW L I ly I R(i j '1'. CI.ANNIIN, ii oii t;! Camip a J.t, rff'r tllbtl QUIAIRIERS it a sqlioer of N111 1grediwnl rio two ileatulhe eltc.on nir thlt l now iearket IIi PIcledta at. A ply to ItOR'I'. Ul.4INNON neiefi Iv. Camp ut 'T) RENT. A clilbuelitle lwelling bCalO in Caron ons clelot stunt, n Iaw Bouas tiee Canaol iiirCei. It e e lis been recenitlv iailited tip, and it now in goedcoontablle umdcer pioieeoeion gicin it toodintely. Apply toi - 10 VI5E & MAY, eec2i - ('trondeooluet at TO -- 1'LET, - Twou Itottie near Ti'roli Circle. Apple to TO ttire or purchasee iitood Conlk andl Wiiohr-oo moIt-nn. AIpply a the corner of Camp f'iMilliert nclvl0-t11 " I1(,!SEI FliRNIN ll N(I ST-)ORE. B Ri)WIEI l& 11o. have onshtantliv ol halnd nt " their ext+nsive eslnhlishnment, No. 17, Counjm Nt. and II Commnon slrtret, I very large naortllotlt of house ktrpinlt articles, ottsioi lli g of IEtrthe'ntware. ('hoin ant Otilg ; tlrstl antd SLteel "ire tty lo t atnd Fr'tl'rst; Kitchen 'hl'nsils; Iron, Tin, ltoodnirre and Balkets; silver plaltd, brittnanit nand jnpnard goodes; lanps and rhanleliers; knivers and /arks, and house furnishing goodr Ti gnerat, whhch tfley are prepart d to rspply at redunred Irlces to priate dw,.llings, bolardini g-l list~ s, ho l s, l sllilp, llleui tih at1 .+t. Ntw rletitt , Nov t, I ; MIRS. ANDEIRSO)N'S PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, lremored fromt 17 Cuinitnhouse St ro NEXT' lO1)l it roir. CIlIAI; I.I'TII EAATRI., CotNFl or PotIoilAS & Sr. CIARI.,ES IIEE.T alltct-1838. IISlICAI. I\N'RIIMIT..\TS Fttolt. MItIt 'AItY I ANI)-Just received iid fir sale by IthiI bIil - Itrilber o in moderre I telrmlls, (C lari len i in in llC n d I lat; 1do illt | IId I- tin I : I Iic',,llIlnd t l''lov , fIIIIIls; , )thr - rl("ides; 'T'rianleh1s, I"+eld aIJ liar. 1lrlit .+ . 1'ntJry 'Trutmlptt+. pla1 I; litrinont" I, withl crrokT ; T'ro.m Iones, tenor ; rqlell I ,rlln s; 'r ce; l (:! hals. 11or· :1I o. tiel.r " I f irII I-. allld ,II'o II'tl I St4 Ia i 3 t r'. , r L '.i li \.I II. 111 1.1.? I. It. 1'.. Nt lt o. loo t t I ]tt .I. I l t A F T +,I N e w Y 'or k l i r ' i i, i, I i , ' i1ts , a n d i t ` date, to stilt pnI..lh et.,.rs. nt 1 ll In .1 1", r'.\I.I \ I.II., l 'I -ldint 1.1 1It& IIi-:.\ It T Aol'"I I IN. ttto ll , hok s'i - ltt T'-7,, v t t' t. llt cttih ol·q nl -r, t to . l urk.' I i \t' .- 1 '1 I ll. r I 8l. 0lhvet", . :1 111111 1 (;( o, - u , 111. hl l r (fial o u, inSH, st+." iN iPll,, lll-1-, Niue+, I % j -ts nill raft1rh.s l:.;lhll fu el I, 1 1-4, 1 1- I 1 ilch allg k-- 7,:,lllll 7..t ."e ,har II1ll) It slllll~lh+ hi, ll., talnd sleel1,'le l 1, o ,1 nas on ItrI ge n,n ti ti' to it,i ti . Itie ttt o I tr.l toetis it l itde, to :lr mot AlZAe rtllll. llh· \'. 11 1 .Il 111'. - - \ H Al t . I'.. EL . . \VII.I. he IA hl, I l rhPlv, Illt I Cl r her at. . l !'-l, - l , o t , , t e lt t ' it t lt : t . ;h i t , S it L o ut s wt t lt . I h ! N ' io al l tlt! ile n l ,,l l nl', lit ," n-, \ 11 n1ll h r lit ekn e, aglv re l ndrlla nrtlllre in gool coloditioIn d t all y Iit l ol, etlll , o w lll o rd ati . 11 r ati n,.rv l}%rl+'sshl+ av rd, lll ++r. e . fort " oi river. uTh ilintl'r~v l V eiv he~ " lit t il- offiee if Wll. l.ko is Ep q Notiary T h ile, ief ore al h1 the act if s;, e ill eo lt*rlt, No 4s - St. ln I o irttteet 1 rmn - .e Iaf rn+ , Ihe Imhme, nt fliur months, with approved endolrsled ote andL :lt rtgage Nov J) "l " t SCorner of 't. o hres ot Comntormt treet, E l X t,,: I . n It 'r & 1.. laUrnII & Arl.AN wmhl respectfuiI cll tle ia S ten li onr itr of itlzela r l oort llttg toilhirco, nplets aslorinwit of tetl lemen't lint lo trs do cIbt ro will ln r t. ui lirnen l 'rnts: linll r col nlar: silk, ottl )l nd tllelrillll llllr sh irts al d drnwers: vats in great Va'ietR: sutocks t every d s:ripmti e grin elastic and cottonn "s llsp era, silk, ceotl all toIn renal gloves: gee lllhosknl gloves: umbrellas and cnlles gold IsO 1 P InAN.d. AI s,--phlndid assor nlent lf ndies and grata wri Ihlnglesks, dressing rases, Iport foliol, perl'ullcr?, cut lery)'nan, r 1ieh ftCn "v gooI.,r nov ll llll ' f+,Ih rs r 1allo l , ,':i h. " It%' tl el n h I lI I ip Ieg's h'hlr,,this ,l auch , ii li".helJ wll :,..II vut y foeigners, nod i.lll I rllll li A 1 v , t S-i, ll 11 ( , O, hns t-,,n~l ,i ,1 (-, ,az ,/ rll1111;" .tmrkh hl.+.i, AL tE.iN titui . n hrr y rectors, t srl .,, thelll.r u it , on ve\ir , w ill he P lld on ,1 n day tIhr lIlth f I),.Plllher, "n't iI|. lttlwkh hlln, be - twe,,.n lh. h u nt. ,,f Ill C'II' lock, ,\. M.. auul 2 o'clock, .E 1V. CIIEW; no."R 28 GC hier t, the, Veandai .. .. ,1l. Chi..c, tre,,t, bl , etween \WI LIAM C"Iltl.'Ty. 1 '11,1. o11' ll'1t.lr' I" thll{+ .qhseriher, |llmitihln S 1\ hi el:.I; ii:, L ,.; Pip , of ll1 ,......; '. a hlelter. iltr, S . 'lr. , I I tWn1 g and (;lldialling Ille a A i .81111.111 II 'l'1111:lL, Cltl} _ _ _ 711 I'uy dr t 1i1bl |,ah.. nrth, rol flay, illtn Meal, i'e!.l ground, or sale h y novI ll-7 t J (iTT, Inv'.-- t:I RTivoli ptlac T 'rl'c -- ,,l lllloii,. } o in i'Lete o ks. \\ ielnod--I.-..,i, , 1TI. herlner--Vani r \'ldc C· 1 tilr, original edi 'llbiiren At.` Kilii N elhli 1Isn~t erllmn lirolnlnatrs lild lihti +rol e Iefor instruc -Jsale by Cdfi, 1.,1v9 " J r \l AI.I)EN\.

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