Newspaper of True American, January 3, 1839, Page 2

January 3, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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Returnedp to the oity ti '" i aOlmine, Queen Adelaide, brigs Choctaw and lo as.•*as ; reprt 3shpsr. it. e iveif lts hark oo the bar bound out. kBtpCsroolta ow .eooo sLo dys from Phtoilnte, ia, to root, hkip Qs Adelbide soseow, t Noay from Liverpool to Sip isaeaAndetws , trtlntt, 05 days from ?ortland Ne, to hip Po k hlntorgn., au dbaot, from ordentwo, pint I heat to ttosrrt S ti.. ,otiIoe, Aienle 13 days from Naton York.A rr ShIP Queen Adelaide 8maor, 6a Jayo from Lierpool, to 0. |p;iull, BrlIett, 45 days from Portand, Itne, to Mwttiplfi o WeshingtonnPa ut, rom Bordeaux, put in her a Mre 6 passionless, bounld to Batavia. S ouoriOlO. leAllon 1h days from New York. S lllrdl.t . ;-t. bouud to Vlcksburg. ' ig Oaopoee, Zeyme, 3 days from Htvaoto, to Cuicullu, ". " IYei4it, Arto. from St oarks. to Meter. Bohr Jolio Aau, Webster, 30 days from Porilaood, MN, to 1 o'. bolat shais. Rotlph and Angora, from Mayerille. hRtr l to.o*. rLen l . Ohkpard, from Franklio. --1hh D Wol , Waotobote, 7 doy. from Brasto River, to "tmiooer "shinton. Otrnek. from Pioqormine. - ".o.eam. t horte Clark, fromo Rtatot ouogo. - Eiltd Baneisl. N. olay, from Alexaol.riao"d River. 'U Or rilliats, Hrook, from Bayo Sara. -. Iarn fttatbot Coro Cracks Hubord from Cieeinnati. SStemoer Woarden Pop.e, Dilly, from Randolph, Slelrto Metmprhi, I'ote.o, from Columbia. ' .EXPORTS. N.TCHLEZ..Per tltlVctaoril s.,ll. toe. tbnd0brtepotsto.s, " IWltqyd lo ,0(, Ioroot bot;deo. , LAtUOIlIo t'rhrlyy Virdn..40 bobs ttor, 40 do potolom, Ott lob O5O0OOo.., 2110otrno oo :-" A 3ALT Osm ..P- tiri. Olive mo .50 b hhdi 00 i to ad 0 bola molasors. NEW YI(ptO K..Poo b Pormioot..IN Orootl00.ý-+a4 r ONII r .cs olto to011 u tn ,( nde /;. ,, - - 1;het Ioll .0 bx i iplaes n ,y 1odt ".,4 add, .*"Ane d- ea Ai h RIC' MO]. . "HeClAlc. Kira o , g ahren, 4J404 t2t boto Moloto pe +' - h lLVEeSTOqh..P esr . S oiltto d .0tr o Ytt- ' '1V a . ta.t 0 a', rlglli 1 t " dl g tIEOt tses·1 o lot, 00,00 ad_ . , r 1Belatest, and S too.r A.o rle O . bAon Joo Toy, Hollears I - order. on, andlorder " u0 Adolasdo.. gll 017 sloats. 499 10-- 1t 6V R. ta.gag 000one, t' Illndle. !m loo ro, 00x till plate. tood doy goodlo, o S ie . W Andrttw, 0ortooh and i ili.,Rbort 'MK e llorh. A Kilrkman e nnd o, W P .lo ,J .1 Rehau, PichOlatnt, hotorma0looo'nd !'food, P POTO Wit. SP~o .arlloo,,noran Co iu tad ordor. RROITON..Par ship Catalina. , .·ud Md... H.VAN ..... o perh rope..10 hoge ato.d. lot. corbos, and tollm, to LulOolls, Lojoryrn 4 tu, and BRASSOS RIVER..Porr rho D WT'lf..dO bhi cotton, %V N RItl; 05do, Foryth p Limoorick. NEWV YORK..Per hip ,~ouirilte..s ei'd rilot. sod $70,o0o In ciperle. ......d pEum o..500'dotllo.ol lid O lons olb etanas. ' ....P......erhil Claroets Andrew,..4373 foo t colb S To e. 5 ficker. J H Cald el. . Doan.( i .B Lureri &ro, MOMaoell, S&J pn .0hl nv , Ii - ,t t, 1O0,hoordoll, lo1,al rn n %l Wood, a.yt. .n.,riro, se & co, 8 Wig o l0 -o1ofl orr.. . I..Ptr ohr hRl'ert oeastr. .16 Illhdelltlar, and b5 Iblt molosoe, to Vcllet .b Pnvor, H.rkor 4 Lynlch, lnll & lein, Folloin. Belrq , Dngein0 PORTLA.ND, toe.. 'rr bhilo masr il•..hay and po es to ·............. Pro s'hr Julia Anu..potatoet and emlly bie, to order ANTVERP..Por shipl Nnlth Amerfeao..s.'l mlIt, rol 50 botolle po'ato. H i Gldelllrmol ter, F Cigoro. C ieanh, iAMIIURG..Por ship0 CVo,grero..1.500 empty denljohtr1.00 dluljn0h10 of Iras. 1 do, Ibarley 49 550 brieLk, 05 hrls and :.11 hampers pot troo, to It lo) Liodlr A co, Hagodon & Croeor, J Vilo s eo, J oiloreSOr & ro T 8 Liodol or al Ni olsr. PtIIIAtEI.PII A. Plt brig Choonlw..00a0d oode. oT MbARKS-.Por bri0g aoJstid.._1 ht, ca0oll,, Afates.t Wotlnll; 118 do Goo.lllonuler & )alyts, 19 brie petaloe., to Master; 27 do 1I Flollr'. IIECEIPT'S OF PRODUCE. r t yonoesrn..Per stloromer Rriliant..2l01 hideo. owner on h iod; 3 balolatlon, IB Loudomlny; 12 do J a I'lalehe A on, I· doC 'nlrdoolo, 47 do Peyroux, Areeolol & ro. 51 hhds Smo Jbw t JH olroerioh; 14 ldlllo.olo F Inroll, R lon o& n, 2 Uhdo Alo o.m jr, Ot! has oall trunkb, Io -.ldry OWlles. O nrij nnlt..1i-or steamlo latlloht C r0 Cracker..l72 kegs lard to order, 2 drlyl, I'rosollt. o co. Rand.lph..Pao etenmr WoVrden I'ops..35 Ibrls flor, sod 151 do whiskey. IHydeo & Cam.t,k; 1:3 Ils rottoo, N R J Dick ." so, SI do Alllo. Aehjor & co..Ol do Armour. L.ote & lirolker 74 do Coonor & (irldley. 10 do PF:royth & Limeriol, 17 do Lswrerce & Chulm.os, II do T'ate O llopkius; 31 fo Malrlin *. p ln O co, 0 do Lockers, Fern & Dougano, 4 do Pickett B onks, doS W, Oakoy, I2 do Carruthor. Ilorris A" 0. 26 do M D Cooper cn, .O2 do I Whie & o, 29 do Braoder, 7o-HMcKe nna & ,'ri hlt, 7 1o I.edon & (ro. Conmbia..Po r etoamor o l aph1s..155 loo entref, Botko, S Watt oton, llt o W BagrS. 75 do R lynolds, Iby, ne t fo, d6do Lyonn, Harris on. 4 do S rVO okey, 4 dlo Mirhael Maher, 36 do 1 White - cn., 32 do R Beck, 1 do A LeIouxt 10 -lo Foryth 4r Limerick, I0 do Lnne, Fon'.lle 1a 00. 0 do ongonotTourpio & Wa't, 34 hbrls dmage 1 flour, Iladlon a hNll, pnrt onllchiory of stcemer Wahbihgl1ol, to Stoter of Asea on board. 5Rlaydllle..Per falbonlts Rodlolph atd Aonor ,.01501 bolt -. r (oek& Bfyln; Ydo do G Dorsey ansd 595 do A H W A|.aria; Rod RivAr-rerr srenrr IfunIihdl--30 hbleos oq ttll omlotsll h and Thompsoll; 200 do A l.eololi and o. 50 ortdairn Wiloord, 10 do Kirk.an. Ahorllalthy alnl talton, 5 d" OSmith a d Voorhees, 5 do A Fuller sad co0 I bsl owrt ..potato o.o W 'uller. S Plquemines..Pr stealner Wo.aington..esrgo: 15 hales utton (;ourton and Boneto 6 do A Rivaldl, 8 do Branod a.d L.ndry. 9tdo Peylroux. Ariuel nlld co, 40 h1is molssea. R nier. 0 odo do P H Gtlwylll o rl syrup P , tPouchbr, 5 So boars otm 00000 1oard. ga. Perloteaer Pemophbo 11aoo halm S C Totnlodnooir k olo 0 iooo. ohernoahy od Ilo.o .t lto A Kirlio sand o, 1r do.lMan alld Trelllolt, 1: do d tloduolooif Oo do Ialdwell and Hickey, 4 do Ifo ft brlho o'aosos Oto-rn anord os, 12 boor tobacco, owner on CONSIGNEES. Ne m. a hl ~oivle.~ ia llaaalea, Ml, Retire & Wright; Hutirhinso. if Sempro,, A G~rant & co R L Koy; Rm. & fit. thornra; (:rfliith 4 Bo.e; i F A'rF 4 ao, Wand 4 Pinlmont; J S Dnuchsrly; E W Sewn l; Smitih t Vesrhse.q Winrtnll 4 Shall; Donllnld i Reareu; V David;i If R Lee & coo J A Turncl1, R L Mairtin, Ptr(·on , Avery, forks Watt 4 co, Rirhard~ar & Witarmnn; A I Vnlla,:*, F Scho aarh ai Co A AnAdaalnea F IH Quirk, T C,.it, ilchah. Todd &A .i'.aPllard &t Giaaa aomack, lattle &a a. E Frutt, Ji iell,PJ Feiate, Lally ha Crnaala. Artlhur. Falton &,,. , Rtamgea Huhrrt, J A Uiaall.; L.-aee t 4: llaater..Van Wyak*a., T, W Tllaaa; E C Juhahat.. WV irenil G Ba.ll Conner A (laid Ey.lDaaie". Ile Rl a. J R Iilalan. Layton A jeta Whiting A Slnrk. It W WViitn. Lal.a, Stagphens &an, F. Ogden. ViiaVili, E E Gergaoi., V H IWaldron, J C Hatcna. _J H Field A co. A Priae.sljir & Sttefaleld, .rand ia Leggn . ,4,y. At P Levy.FShaatnnton a&ro, Peet 4 Nort. J P Fra~eaa '& co, 8 G (Iiianerd, l Johns& co, W A I1,aner. John Ilack Walh.p aon, Y..ataaln 4 t, 1Ipde A (ia.drirh, ' ItIa , 4l .s., rMr Alae'aa, itkealt. Fera 4 Dnaagaao, W' T iarquet, Gileeflhbaok. J H Ieaariah, bN &J Dirlk A C, Ktah, Daaa 4a CoB Ilrower that, TT iM Mggatc Cqaptan S Pea's. 110 AaeeL 1. Pteltm. Siaaaoai Ilirhart.I, o aa. Lund, J tynn., As inagiia,lt)avidai a. JW Stanton &aca, loegrt t -. Ilewl c~dt llvaailac, 'Ih.aer & to. A Mracll a ,t Adama. aolat1 IJet ,ae oi B lBw & Crensthaw, O,.,aIyke&a Corr eN C L Flgeaer 4,e. Hart, Le' t all ca., V Aaa metaa ýý ,ýWy pa·e ne, I t 4 Peek H Egllllc, W Dndin. R J Forgu _ r gal': la.' L T J eat.or.. R8tdJula 4 ,l. C Meeks, It. Haiti, eat , IPa. I ial. n a Gala. Ii A'aaagt. 3 ia~l. Jbe otet aa'..y & tIelantao.A Racd lo, f'Traabatdaa. J thate,,, Riaitchrdtaa, tVta eaealnhriaht, J. B Eailey. itan a& Daltaage. S A ltldale. Welt 4 Fhhilipsa .e t tN 4 lla,d, Stroud& Rankian. Praoalt. onesa e HnbitLaite A Saayaon. Carrinj, altu, Tealor v slelesy. A d tr.eg D C Srtaina J RcdeaaFth y Jaa&', J.V rmti Aldriaa Jr ca, M tt hire 4 nt. M 11 Moue, +r rr ir. It, 1',:_.. c: w Tl Rtir, Ptul u'n'.dtca. Mtartin Plet.. Wai roea. Mnlrai. Byaee.G~efa ta Bldaa; ctt J F Ktaaiat, AI Paatpaa Richtrd tilld, 0t Egdan. lelnneaEli, atorgaaa& co, WtMclaanad W aa P Withard, e ,nd W tAd er. Philadrlp his..l'er brig Chnecha.. P'hnannn & r'ro; Thingn etar. 4 etA Wetnti.aWd leaaee L alta...d Slapaltd. J At BaII il, J D Ror, Jarvis nd Anldrews. II) Danrgle, C yrne, W Bryanl. Freeso, Dnle & CA A~C tvaeaar & co, Ln wrsaee tnd L dtet R B Wadaedath. J Clas'fle J VVirIn tid tAt J Toby and R'0r. Pnyrou, An:isul and co, flirt, Labatt and ca, SRatetingend T o. GBotimi, Ianddeaai W Mcjean.W Dat i son, Talor sad Dewey, W Armstrong. J Devine, ~ J A orga g....Pr sbip Cerolle·...J A Merrel l, Peters 4 Millard. FliWeldtind co, Jtrvit tad Audaat., Kidder nd retd, C ..7. 'Byrne. Grred and Bra; Ctrop Feritic~st, B G Davnport, A Rrut d to. e Wht at r E etowaend to, Zaeal ie and cd ery and Wlisnti ad Whit aSumeat. A PCial. Ja Vairt o ade ariaHiler and Walramm, Williams nod Grant,. ClnFI) and rs, Gihieghmm and co, Newcomb G If At, Dowe Wlll W t i~v ala ijr a fd Trier, J B Field, S Goddatd. ji W H Fallae Berke, Watt and co, Adams and Harrt·m'l. J Hunt, J L~lldl·. Wnd ist Stkeynd Whitinrq~m. J P Ctad t H IaaVhila , .l ~,i V nail J·'d t Tq~yer "ad cn, R G flnh faryait k orr V liaat an Dran Limerick Layton and Vw'elung 11, ad nandl Wbitwy anea l a it "7 L.,io, assn P`°El. R r. _ .. .an 3rta. Mi.. Cait n ia aaa.abie, lada,' tate. td Weaer tad ats, IEiller. Woeltad, - Atmeii .Ubklaead eat; Lteteeon. A Willeat, A d tatag, Ccii T MinItrtad eet. Tat..s A T seaas. Hiet'..l t.tellttd eat. Dr AnuleJ meartie, eatdndsn, A Levy. OCtiCtacil Atateat, Louia., ~iriw Cth '.Per ttametItemaphid..AaI aaaell. F ansaa, B Fl LtptdaiCtps lohantie. ted A Labite. ' ph..iti attnetaWeaWtrden Popa..TatalI. lady, a ,pcu it t,. T.aI'ethatteon, Hart. Laltaey. it.. ciJts Thettatoa. H tiem, Coaeell. Patla & man. .,Fea ehip Cosestc..J Titaeetiro, etd ii Tiede. o elsip Cilriose Aedratet. lltl, Flild ted it Etiabatr j 1 r htaa.,G W Stiit, tad H Ea- it Irkl s n.1 Ciap, Aait. end tiei.. aeeisr t. Se· FatatilES Jonealt. Pres eNii R Ba ltdy Ceta cit tattitas Wee n.t Mae itleck end 4 ¢ R.I plan:acob.lady a 3 nteda _ btete yet 4 hey. Llttala sa !i V ·PIUai·. * adert. L Mich.~ _ lnu, ss~BIB·yd&,KL (Aol. Av tte end ertilt IDdir. 1t SEt)1bRANDA. d b4, L;pe t1-tsr4 l eet|ett, ltroi . Nlew Ortoas, te e -tlee dshhi p d ihieldkea beOJ aitship at Loane. s s 9ifl Bttfl t S .bola Un -. pr, `N nldeei0 Def t9,.iotiled "brl Julie and Helen. fo Itpnto a: ee 24th, shlp aOfoe.-ear d shps Co in l NlOrs, snd brihp Heruonne, aHondurs, Vesone. r tit e Ora ui c - Dl lg--D iatli=blp Ieoltl drh Lm o Aermataol, hymnn 5th. aldTt Dale, Bartnn, dot Drenlleu sad .ee. deo; Cuthaven. Nov --elled Congress E. aton, New Orteanse OroanRemmen, do.. iBesaerhneva, Nv ¶-sied Jhanenan Henlo), Cohernleas Hialtel, JuiLhal 1regeO Hoboret, for New Orlese e TI1E I:RUE AMERIAN. ,lDITlED MY Jlln 41EIINN. I PAITRFUL AND BOLD. -NIEW OR LE ANS: 1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 3. 1839. y FIRE.-On New Year's norning, about ten nuo'clock, the St. Charles Theatre was discovered to be on fire. The smoke and flames were seen ty to issue from the top of the cornice in front. In a few ,minutes the several Engine Companies were at their posts, and pouring unceasing strenms apnn the fire from without, while the flome Com et. panies rent up their hose inside. For a short time h it appeared eettain that the splendid temple was ett, soon tobe nlothing more than a mass of ruins, but 'o so indefatigable were the firemen, so orderly did to they work, anld eso judiiously slid well were they sre seconded by the citizens, that in a moat incredi. lly short time the refing element was subdued, set, and every spark of fire completely extinguished, to and strenpe to esty. that in a few minutes after Caldwell had issued his orders, and had hispen. r pie to work to put the temple in order for pere ltl, formance the same evening, which was done, and to a crowded house. It was a most gratifying seene to to witness the industry and zead of firemen and eitizens, of all, to alve Il.e pride of the city, the noble St. Charles. to The fore is supp.osed to s have originated from a spirit lamp, used by coffee venders, in the gallery . saloon. The light was disenvered before day light, by a person attaclhed to the Cllmp, but who sutp. posed thlt serme one resided in that part of the house. The dnmage s.etained, is, we sre glad to toes say, eompanrlivr.l trifling. tom, A.noller Fire-Al about 9 'cltehk, on ith eve. lad dnig of the sam day. anothe.r alrmt of fire was Slren. It troed tI be in rhe old saw mill of jrine'tfthe Lever. It was detrolyed, as well as a number of sll loo a:llJ nlPiie. The IItWeews very nlarwing, he. Sng in Lth--- ,nediete enighohrhond Iof t larva n0ontbernf shippin., whir't, Ill tle wind been to the northward, would undoubtedly Iave mnostly n0 e gone. ne We are much pleased to have it in our power to f reetrd an act of attention and liberality on the tiss part of the Cmattonnder of the French ship Metenre, trtt lying on the opplritn side of the river. In a rfew Sminuteo after the fire was di.otvered, the lnuneh. es, filled with men, were sent roer, and their ser rs, vioes offered to Capt. Bailer, tihe 'harfinger,-to ml tow out any vessels if thlought neeeessary. They HM hrought with them an engine, which wanenon pcoI put at work, and durint the fire supplied one of ub the city engines. They remninted working until the fire wna got under, and left with the seeu rare. 'that in ease of danger,they would inetant ly return. TiTe steamboat Tiger, anl up her steam in aig. o very short time, and kept herself in readiness ro ad assist in to-wing away vessels. Tot much praise incnno he gien to Crpt. Beehee, her commander, so fr the alacrilt he evinced upon this oneo-lro. l., Further particulnre.-Thongh all "setnes at a fire" nohave a farfult interest about theln,those whlichatttnded or, the partial hurnitnl of lte erent St. ('karles T'eatre ele licitodsone smtnttlar features. Not only did our no hic, ble tmindedl filtloa exihit an heroic indinfrence' to tt dangler, but individuals unlsed to Such scenes, al.l un litt!d by habit and nature to such rougl remploy, enter rd into tie spirit of the oeeasiont, an I emulated,--ny ron led the boldest of the daring. The apper saloon, in which the fire origintredl, stands between the outer and inner lor main) wall of the front, andl i.s two doors leu hn Ilittgen to the gallery lobby lnd, of coursee, conmntli i eating with all tire word warl'-, end other c tlbautihlh lttaterials usned in the bnilding. rithe two Irish girls, rd Maria anld Margaret, employed in tie estnbliltment as houtre-keei trs, were sweeping the lobbies whlen ti e l smoke and ofltes burst open thts't doors. With that ker preoence otf mind, which womnen frequently exhiit in moments ofd inger, they ruhetd to the doors, closed tt them, and with tall their force held them againet the le, ernklingnafles, the sflTeatilg samoke, and thile im manse power of therarified air witliln the burning en. Sloon, and thollugh tleir flesh wa.i butrnt. and their breen tlting olmttt sfl.tnated, they still it Id on to thlem al Stlough drenched with water. until relieved by rtrotlger, 4 thlouh not more devoted hlad.+. of The spot w here the fire broke+ out being 76 feet high, li it was with great labor and difficulty that water could Hhe brought to hear upen it, nnd wllen the firlt hose con le rveyed aloft was about to pour its "flod of safety" up on the fl tines, it hurt in two midlway from the ground. at Do see volumn ofs.moke found the.ir any into the roof inee and a cry was rai d thlat tihe fire hao I tomlnmnirn ted with the sc.nery, when the faithful porter, Fred, Stone, putshinggin the midlht of It e atnle!.' '-e- S ., rooI fell tio 0vn0', t . fi.t was dIlgged out nearly hfeless, In sustaining a fall that had olmont terminated fttally. Mr. Caldwell looked ,n she (lloee as they rose 02 from the apparently devoted roof, with the anlnm t nesrs oefn unconcerned spectator : and while the fire was not yet out, althl'its further dest ructiveness tt was not greatly to he apprehended, ihequietly gave o, directious to reconlect the gas pipes, to clear the i etnge, ptoceed with the r heersal, nnd announced o thiat the piny wtlntd go Ion at night, as though no. Id thing had oceurted. T'his is thie only instance we have heard of where a theatre, delberately hbrn n't in, has been enved from destruction: the first time,. ever know n, that the - has had a the. o, atro otnce in his tlttchts, and yet let go his hold [i tlo evetning, the proprietor threw open his d, oles totho e' Fire deparlment," nott as a eourteoy, bout ase a right, s hu exprseard hinltlf nto many ofthan,rartservlng to n furthler and nmore frttnl O porty utnity, the public taonif slalitn tif his grate. lul forlin.s to thenl', as will be seun hy thefol lowing CARD. The P.roprieor of the St. Chnrles The'rre It thMe Fre Deprlmenet eof .AeeOrlekane. Tour e ertione yesterday scved from total destruction th Temple mAhl I have ereated t tthe Drama. Under the not orally scitiag ircumstances of the occasion, I hae not th, power to dilate upon the consequences that moat have ensue e,.f. -..,taj, - o.. n-iseOting.woomperOaen m tscone quest individual clamtn. fyfeeling., however, prompt m. to say that since I hve had the honor to erect this Thi.pial Temple, Ihave never been so distinctlyeatisfJed of the estimn tloe in which my efforts have been regarded by the Public, a, by toaeery geerl syompathy evinire on this occasion. I will however, take a.sportunity of epressing mysel morefull to th Fire Departmret, and hpe to enbtt, on an early dn. their presencs wtilhi the walls thy te so honorably pre served. Jd JAMES H. CALDfELL. sarrya 2d It was an extraordinary scene to observe noble building, which in the morn med der voted to the flames, lit.-. .lliantly at nighty hl, d with . nce, and feeonnding to the echo with music and mirth. It wa stetrong ilustrotion of the indomitable energy of Mr Caldwell's mind, which nothing ca eu hdue.and ,which, like steam itself becomes more forcible by temportry depression. The fire in pretty w.ll ascerta'ned to have been acci dental, iut caused by great and repr hen.ihle careless esse. An order had been given on the eve of the New Year that our National Standard should be hoisted at lay-lre.k, and as the setripes and stars" were seento •oat from the point oftthe roofat I o'clck in the morn ing, it is conjeelured that some of the hands engaged were"seeing the old year out" in the ,pi er saloon, and so overheated the stove pipe, running into the flue, that itcharred one ofthe crose bh ams in itsimmediate vicin ity and the fla staff which dee.nds close along side. This waadouhtleea not observed by the retiring revel lers, but wa farmed into a blaze by the rising wind in the morning. A report is saoat tht Goveriiii Ca ouar preenOt minister to Fronee has been recalled. Whether the dltenlty which has eveantated in his retl nan In oar own government, or that oethe ti'izen king we haven presert uane of aser raining. T* ' Counciof the econd Mnieipality, at thieir T meetiig laIs night, passed t umenimous voteof add thanks to the Capthin and officers of the French earn steam shipi/lekere ,for heir prompt and generous ital assistance at the fire on Tuesday night. France is al prrverbial fir the gallantry of her sons! Ire T .e council also passed an Ordinanea establisht. L. ing the new stbam ferry, from St. Mary's Market; D and postponed the election of assessors until Man. Ote day next, to which day it was adjourned. the One of ofur iegeihbor yeetedlny mixed up Eu. to Sropean matter, in a very odd fashion. Hie set nout et ta with stating that England was greatly strength. out enoing her army nod Ndvy, then gently insinua- we ted that grounds of quarrelling and appearances of approaShing collision appeared to exlist between of that country and France, and also with Russia, as ' though those armies and fleets were destined to rti have a brush with the gallic eagle, or the Russian bear, and winds up by insinuating that the objects - of attack, -while intended to gratify the mass by P a display nfproweas,-are too insignificant to bring P, t on a war either lasting or serious. This certainly is tit red a strange deduction from assumed premises. The experience of the past would incline us to the be- of een lef that if John Bull falls to loggerheads again i In with Iis npposlit leinghbors, the liaty.cuffs is not rea verylikely to be either soft or brief : and it is not I no very consistent with prvloursly expressed opinions i tee that they wonld prove esch were Johtn to try con- e clulions with the ursa major of the North. With h such elements of disord as have been long work it did ing in the womb oftimse, it would be rather more n hey likely that thould an outbreak happen the eruption edi. will be fearful. It is certainly no child's play that t .d is likely to result from a quarrel between John and ied, Phillippe, Jolthn and Nicholas, or Nicholas, John & tfter Phillippe mixed tp together. pe'- MIeS CLIFTON -To-night, this beautiful and ase per- cimplisheled lady takes her benefit, and as ladies and will sometimes consult their glass, we trust that pene when site looks at her's this time it will pronvea i an'l bumper." Since htr arrival among ua, his i entle i the and most bewitching specimren of t the sex," has nightly improved in reputation and attracrion; nor r um n is her good feeling a jot behind her talent, for in e lery expressing hr ierirere regard for the great ofiorts hl', made byourgnllant firemen on Tuesday,ir saving sup. the theatre from the flames, she volunteered to f the return to the city to play on the night when the ad to entire"flire department" is to be formallyinvited by Mr. Caldwell. T -night, for her own I anet I cve. Miss Clifton repeats h, r popular performance of I was A.nne Boleyn, which has been so generally ntldmi. II of red; an l as a gay andi agreeable apfinij . of,, r -ell in tije ..l ihfy-i.tRfl; , and Inighing Zephyri- ci ·he tin " the Lady and the Devil." Mr. Jame, v he. S. Browne, the ma.t finished comedian ofthe day, t o rt weras versatile talents have mntde him so general d to a I'nvrite here, add~ls his exertrins, as \Vildlve, to flly render the entertainments ierfect. This gentle- i mres is n very Protrus ! suited to any variety of to assumption, and admirable in nl'-to the varied ti the acquirements necessary to form a perfect tt re, actor, ha unites the necomplishmr nrn of a sing ew er, and the graces of a dtnner; and so finished lh, are his personaliolls, that the acn test critie, when v ee- seeing the g.ntoel onmedy of his Charles Srrfeee, 8 tol _te~centricily of his Roberlt tlacire, the hlunt, a bey but touching pathos of his Sergeant Austerlit, n inon or the quaintness of fop in the Country Squire,-is i ofr utterly enable to say, " this s the best." otil Such a bdil of performances, and with sech ac ,,- "rs in them, deserves indeed the utmost encour. ent. teminrt. Miss Clifton is an accomplished and . brauotiful woman-this is tie last appeal she will t tin make, the last opportunity she will afford to the to allantry of Oilens to testify their regard for the aloe ificd and Ihe beautiful! Shall she be sent empty b dcr, wa ? nnor taste and charnacter forhid. " The newn of yesterday, which stated that Mexi eo had declared war against France, needs confir. tlede Inteion. It is certainly somewhat stspicious that er ualinmrenan, n jealous as he is of Santa Anna, to eolltid pince five thouanrl menlt under tile rotm. iunt. mnndofhis defeated rival ; and it i ialon litl,. nter. questionable how this I ody of men could he raios d -ny at esch briefr warning. That they could (if there) , iln irve out of Vera Crun the ifew frenoh that wert and t mployed in the city, is not at nil improahble; but i le.- that they could hold it against the cavilb of St. tI' . Jan do Ulion, in ,he hondo of t ie 'tench, is totally ir, iupsible. --ri-, I . From the I'hiladelphia Exchange Books, Dec. 24. We have reoeived a slip from the New York Journal of C,.tmnerce, dated Sottcnry nilght at It o'clock, by which we tnae intelligence from Eneland, 6 dan later. By thie ockliet ship Gldotor, Britton, tlhey hove re ceived Lond.on plners to Nov. 10. The Gla.io.or left J'orcemnlth no thie thti of Novem tr. The I'te aggregate averegeprlce of Wheat, was 65O. tld.per qt.; dloty !21. .. the average for thm week enoding Nov. 2, wam 69. and .i.; aed Oct. 26. 66is. Id. Lo'd Durham.--lThe Entli-h pnlrt are fielo with comments oin L.ord Durem'rs eond.ct in Canada, nd the proclamaietin to pulished when resigning hiegon. ernment. 'Th tory papers, as night he expected. nu ilitnant lbeyond t eamcor with hit, and anbueo him in no measnre rl aermsl An English fleet eailed for Souts Ameriea.--Wn pereive hb tie fnllmiot r paragrph from the Leond n lorniny Chronicle, thltt the English government leas sent a leet to Smith Amnerca, and that eome of tihe Frinc Journalsl have xprtessed uneasiness -a ce -a objet. P... .t The otmi'ndeeptioo of eneof fir'Fcer h cotempe rest t itrendoter it necyt.. ' to observe that the Enplioh fleet n.elt O eeded m uto oth Americo haI done wh tlhe moetst friendly intention, ftr. Penkoenham is instreoted Upon hi arrival toIn pt himself in flame. t ale and amiaitle lelation w ith the Frenchl Admiral. The.fInroieo Trade.-We concgratulate otr fl low townsmen uo;n Itha wlnsptort of a very improvedI stateor trade hbtwteen thisconntrv and Amiricn duling the cnao;iag wi'rter. It was Stated b non of otr noel net oetrehants oat a pTlhlie dinerlanst week, thait or. dera to the amntnt or, et least, Il :,0. was receivlr'd hby ile Graet Wertern wheon she arrived fromln er AlOtoer trip ncr.ese the . tlnoic.--ll rmhtt lom Advertiser. e have heen fi, redl tIhat it i tle intentinn of her MaJeiesty'egs overnment very eonoid.l rahly to augment the navv, with tiee view fciflnc.tino the British fleets ott thhe telitarrne, te Indiatlien. and other stntiont. Ordler, o heon sen to t its docnk eards to this effrect and til enrollment ofomn iMs Nwe mav been t.rtneed, in activ progress. The position of effnirs in the east io stnt.l to he the main selate of the repot.te large in crease ofthe Non v. The Tohrkih government is now actively increaeing its fileet, by prebhaon ofetoaet hboat, in this eoattrv tiroolh ts tagets. It i, w he beliere, atrilly tre that the fleet olf it Sthttan i p rinlciplly to he commandedl. Brtish inaval onffcers of known. x perienee.--ondon Obsrreer New t iht ollne,.-We reel math ploen rem in giv. ing phlleltv to a rhlnttart acht ofrberneolenot ntre o the part of the comnlittee of tie Ponal Vateh Sqad rone,by hr e, dliretin o very hrilliant ligt will in fit tire b h neibited rrmo their honueo at C,'es,frm o in-. eot to en-ri,., derill the winter months, fIo the benefit ofnavigation. Tlhekeenrints hbv eotmpo will he ao Cntlt-en: Clhnt l Catle N by E half E the .W and NW buoyse ftlht Rrtthltes in one hearing NNE, and the white hubnv ofod Ct Cee Point E b.v S. It is ocd le.r to point elt the odvnnltges th',t ill freequently ae. rn from thite praiseworthyo act of htmtoity.-tondon \lerec. Gno. Onr cnrrespnnrernt at Tnceoin. sttese that the stenl pnckiet Fohioe , had trrivoel from Aleoier hrtiein nteontint ton ho 27th October which an roonde''hn. art.;.rm, eappuro i :.o - -b.ain thre. Sppea-a tha' owilite he was waitina qnietly in his neth for the arrival of ndtiriannl terops and ar tr tllere, T hdini enoamhtled all the mon eapahle of benrongar se in Ain Mardi, and made an rnrx Esteted nihtr attanck on the ctmp, nod complete nv routed Ahi'-el.Kader' oarmy. mo't of wehom etr,t pul to the sword. Aht-el-Kader hi r had ner theren oe neoe tte rttack i s thereforte opposied he h.d elleo or beenro ankmn prisner. .-..etn e. e lleno orbekt The ..r ' anilln in Du',li has offered 3..000 Ior4rn paper on which writing cannot be obh iteeratet. Pare Roourse, WVednesda, I.flalf past Three. There has n,,t bcn o iomot h hsinieee dena tin-doay as yeealterrl . F.o the Atenant the Three peer C( tes. openPd at 8tf 85, and eleed t 81tf. 951. The Fier per Cents oprened at 110f. 40. and elo. sad at 1101. SPAIN. Our Moadrid letters of he 29th, convey impres. sinr not vrte favoranhle, f tile state of that eani. tnl. whiech has mtre tl'an onoe witnesseIoootee of bolo,. anso dienrlrler, arising from the nbtridlrd ex ,epsC." ,f the. mo, ntad whioh neordir,g o oar tcr. roepondrnt's satement, appears to he egain threo,. enod with a similar calamity.-London Hierald Nov0. 9. FRANCE. The fllonwinee naretheonly items of any interest in the wev ot French news. Mr. Putlert Tohe psone President of tilhe Board ofTlde, has arrived in Paris, for th' piurpome, it is beliived, of followino Up the neootiations al ready e,,mme.aed between tho overnment of R.nlnd tad Franetc reespeting the import doto.of linen thread, whieh in Franceamnnonts to S 'per rent, aetd wnlld, tf the pretensions of the parties i.tterested therein he ace't(eil to, he raised to ltl per cent. The Courier Franeiis o npposed to this totnentaitan, httt suooestm the expedletocy foh. raiing fromn Englnnd in rer'rn the laculty ofex porting machinery, which is only procored be omuguling n0 the eontinent, and onoeeqtientlve at very dear rats, and to the detriment of tihe pnro hil.itt,, are debrrreI a forrig'l market ftr the pro, .e nof thlteir industry. The j tng roiiranfliai* .itf ntai~ n pla havers addresle; .ti. ough the medium ol'Admiral Rove sih, a patition to their government, in which they V earnestly reomrritend theappointment in that cap" ital of 'a censul, specially aharnel wnrh colntmi cial matters, and commissioned to preside ove the tribunal to whse decision commercinl dif erencer are referred, as in all the cities ol to' L-vnt. sli Don Fernando DeNoronha, who was lately entll en out bty the Portuueares iovnrrnmena, as governor f tw the Island of .an Therese Ptin yii', had retrtrnd d to Lisbone. The inhabitants, fipding he cttn.e out so to put a stop to the slave trade, determined upoln f a getting rid of him. T'e gentlenman who went nut with him, to nact s a a magltrat in thie ft It. colony, died shortly after his arrivno, and'hi deathi - was generallv believed to have bIeen occasioned n by poisn. The governor was taken ill, and was fe e* likewise thought to be suffering under the eflfete I On of poison. Under these eireulmltances, the got s ernor seems to have thought a return to his nat b to live air, the coarse most likely to conduce tolhis rsovery. I an BELGIUM. ete By a Flanders mail received yesterday, It would ap by pear tthe never-endlif btill-beg dng squable be. tween Holland and Belgium has arrived at its rluho ng protocol.' We sub oin some extranet, naimotng which is this even is positively announced T AN rW.RP, Nor. 6. he We find the following article in the Coamerce Belge be- of to-ty: "We a rem thi moment told that it was pun sin liclyafltrined In the Paluie de .talice that the protocol of the conference ba been received to-day. Tte Iwepi. not t-four articles are maintained with reanect to the ter I not ritoryand to the debt r the future. T''he arrears doe (by Beeiunm) ar rmitted. France, Englnwland Rus ne ria, are chargd to enforce the striect sanctilht f three conditions if it ii not eflheted voluntarily."'- erald. it ENGLAND AND RUaSIA. Thelatest accounts from Constantinople, whith t ar Sto he 17th instant, contain nothing to jnintfy the niae lore vnit intelenr comknictteted a few days ago, n i very lecluitel t..ha saroei, cotemponrar, wlo at all tin mes appear wilti taed: dighlit to a mersellous e tIat tent. There 'one wry.ceila;ilv ofr iesutiag l priority nd of intealigetoe, and a lucky guese nw and then i apt to tempt the ret:ewal of the furure ;but at nresent, even n & were Rkeen disposed to hazard war with En1!,t'l, the soare, wlwe are inelined to believe, is now so far adrer pedthat a Rtlaian fleet poising the Bnophorts, would he forced to winter in the Maditerra'ten, or to take and k eep Constantinople, cr in canenf an nnsuuceesful en. dies gagenent with the English, tho Rnsoian ports itt tIe that fllnclSea tmight he Inzean up before their ettitne could reotrn thither. 'There will be n, war thist i nter. This e' a i hour filt persuasion. And thite tit:e neat year, we toiest we i nlall have the sauke consnlilg prospect he l fore au.-aLondon Cour. h on N LONDON, Ne. 9. r Considerable anxiety wao manilested in tlhe city thlv mornina wing t its having beett reportedl that a sri 5 in onus aeeident had happenet on tie London asd Birming rts hlam Rail-way; it however soon suntsitlrl, when it was sarertniuellat ntnnof tlrepeasengers wreerie s uriuly ting injured. It appeared that near Leiglton Blltzznrd, shlt I to Ollil from I.ondon,tlhutn a pnrtllot ollte e.llntlhkment

athe Itd given way, owing to tle flooded strnale of tle cooun try, and tiat the rail-way trait of cnrtagesr war over 'lIed thromvn, and sonme of tthem, trakn, fortunaltely it hap nt poned tht tle carriages whictll cerebrnktn were emp o ty.of Tihnmails and passengerr were delayed albout4 ours. ___ .Yttw' oh emarrnIttenurier, Dec. 17. 'tts LowaR CAnADA.-A few dane as lentters were re ri- eveti from the neighborlhood fCaldwell's llanot,oetl raying reports that Ihe Pautriots nlt Sympathizrs were fi' musterw gg in large numbers, along the frontier, at (:ham an, plain, Alttrttll, Swanton. 81 Albnn'e, &c.; end vecter dayv tie Conmmander-in Cief reeeivedl intelligence that a very strong torce was asamnbled on the other aide of ,tie litte opposite Miesissii.pi liar. After tit- infoma Il- Lion reaclteld town, Major MnCornl was sent off to t.nprei. rie,St Piorre, and Ch:ainibly, to order n porln of the y of ttops stationed attle.e purcee toprote,,d in Iti dire tied lion oftthe poinnt wItero attackt are stpposed to beton frct tennplated. rg. NEW YORK MARKET, Dce. 23 hed Flotr--Tle matrket very inactivv--tlnh denlntd ten verylimnited; snmall salcs of eolnlon brand at 8 87; Funey Itoltl nft 9 25 Cotton-Vory little disposition to purchuse for tot, export at tie present high prices. Tho eales are to ito, manufacturers. Sales of New Orleans ranging -is from 14 to 16 1-4; Upland 11 12 to 15; Molile 14 to 161.2 ac LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, Dec. 5. Ur The transactions thlis day were pretty nearly 5,. 000 tags, havine clhanged hands at our qttotations and of yesteordlay. The sales were principally confined will to American sorts, from 6 3 4 to 8d the Nov. 9.-Thre has been a good demand to.day, hrfnd the hales amount to 6,0011 baga, at .stnad pri. nee. The busines of the week amounts to 3t,760 IPty bags, of wlhich 2,100 are speculation 200 Ibr ex port. LONDON. Friday, Nor. 9.-Tie Englisht stoek eni market hs been steadly this mnrnirg. Connolte for nBr. money are quotedat 98 1.2 to 1-4, and for acoount a 84 1.4. PARIS BOURSE, Ilnltf patt TTlre. na, Americran Ovennrites h Re heen rather rxtensively ptrchas. od by the intbliec sitc Tnnsdny asit, and tte mtrkct tor them is eood at th, ftolwng ie pioe,. itt I Five per cent nound steoling Alahcmn, 94. Five per cent AlaIn,l n. 83 to F4. Fivne per etnt Inttian, PC t, 041. Five is. per cent t.ouiinnn, (Itatint's) 9 to ti1. Five ier ctar I.au isienan (It.i rdi'l) 9n, to tOn . nix parerot Ohito I dtl, tIOt, to rC) to01i. Five percent New York t l to t5. Fivne per cent net' Prntsyltvaiin, accordine to dates. 9n to 9Ot. UtitRd uttet Ilntnk sh.nr"a. £400' Itsld to £. Fiv par htt nntt New York city, .tl 91}l! Ix per rent Vlrtini,, 9n ; St. 9n. Six per ent Camden and Amboy railroand. t01 t I4. aI ncretrnt liinni. €l a n c;... r... ... .l 0.,ll lly inn £tsrlion.,!h. Fire per sent lhurisbnr- sad Lntcalter rail oal. 801 891 00l. FOR BOSTON. The new and fast sailing slip. PIIA!l.A. LI t, I). Windlor. MI Feer, will ha i nmediato idepatlch. For freight of .lO Ihalec cotton or pasnage, having splendid aceninldmnininn., apply on hoardn, opposite the.Orlenan Coittun Pr-ne, or to Sand J P WVIIl'TNEY, FO It MOBILE-To Day, 3d inst. The fine low pressure steamer (ii .AFt E, Captain Sw",!er, will d,'psrt as above rimn the Lake endl nlthe I d n tely afterthe arrival of the twelve o'l,*rk h'n,. j3 ' t. ila .his, Randolph, and all atlermedial Land T'he suhst!Y,;; lnd we'l-known l"Rt . cf-n6r A ilK, II. linse, lsae r ter, will depav t as anhove n latur ae.. nry ilii.nt 1 l0o'clock, A. tI. For freigh: or ipanage. having snperior nncenmmnnanio, apply on board, foot of Puydrasstreet, or to 'r K IIYDranid 1Rh10, jan3 cop Magnzie and Cen, ta 117 Tbhe packet sbip Vgn:snburc, Jhn Bunker, Masl. ter, will leave the Levee tlis eoen Ili y 6 u' lock at which hoar palssnger, nill please he tn hoard, opp irte the egetahle market, J I) I8EIN & .' IOllRTEN, inn3 9 Cnomnmn at IJ' the consignees of one box mat knd .1I.1, one de marked Jlihn Perry and oP e trunk Illlrkd N. C. and B McKian ey re1eied per ebipr Ililnht, from I'Piladll phia, are requested to call at t.n olfice of Ihec aubcri lers and rceive thie sanie. ý] Ship Enuromn, Capt. Drunmnnnd, for New Yl k, i now edicharging Ihele w the IRail Il;ad, cuntigleel are particularly requestnet to e o to ta e retelpt oe their goonda. S and J 1'P WIII'I'TNE, jan3 7.1 tamp t ' GOVERNOR'S HORSE GUARDS!! ATTENIONN!! RItEEAIh itY to Brirnde orders, No. la . vS,u are IVo~ltP OOLSATnnetepetnap ante and services an T IJ E I) A Y, the 81h of J inuaav, ilnatat 9 o'clock, precisely, A. M. in lull uniforamn. I Raendcn on the square npposite the St NtharlEn 'JjGtPgb" st. Charles treet. By older of C i..naiinTa Creec. jan3 JOHi t IBSiSON, 0. a. 011 C ' to copartnership herntufnre axinting be. -wee the underaienled for a Job Prilllng Oflece, a ithis daydliaoelved by limnitation. Willinm MeKean, erhis agrent,ia alone charged with esill eilne of debts dine to saitlofce. W3I MaKE IN, January lt 1839--j3 GEOlGE L SIIORTT ;NOTICE Th subahserihrr having ptintehanl tihe in. !n tereat ofMrn Gerge I. Shunrlt, in the Jn. Printing Office of Vm IMcKean &, co will Irom this day cnmien. anltne Ihninesea f Job Printing in his own namne and for his own account. WVm 1eKtEAN, Jantuary lIst, 1838-j3--cor of Canmp, cit Cammnn en. NA'TlVE AMEItlI'.IN ASS 'CIA I.n-N-.i. n.n,. sial mai ting nfthi society il ha hehld thin evenmng at 7 o'clock, in their rooam, third story-f(the Mrrlnlcntat' Eetangg,, Exchange Ptnea, front. Gntllnlaell nhaving proclred -ignatulren tl the petition to caipgresa, are re qlucreted toi hand them in at this meeting. All native harn eitizenn who have not vet siLgned, and a:e deslr. cs of doing ot, nre invited to attend. j'-1-I L OGlER, sea'ry IL ANII.L. CORD tE--5" enil ac.nr.td'T.ae, . I landig fromaship St Marv. and fi.r ale by j3 P LAIDI.AW,."A (t'enp at V iNItGtAR--t hbta ,eprenented . c. .ry tint far sale by P LAIDLAWI, j3 66 Camp rt F L(UMU--l0'inrls J F Flour, ihakhta) far nste he j3 Pl.AIDLAW,66 (amp at I-V- EI POOL SALT--750 sacks hine, atnd 751' aeh, enrrn I.iierpon Salt, rreeen tier ahips Qlleaen Adelaide antd Daunlly.s. fitom Liverpm.it, and for sale ly !3 HOLMES &. MILLS, Bank Plane T UMIBER-:i001:0 feet clear white pine BoDard, Innting ream slhip North Hampton, oppaaite Slim ninsippi 'rees, nod for sale hby j3 S & J P ..VI'NEY, 73 cnlmp at Slanding from ship St. Marv. 32"! hxers spernn Canlrdis. Now Bedfurd hranIs- landing fromi achr Mlaria, for saah In3 jan3 JOFSPH COOKAYNE, 25 Gratver as WITHOU'i' REfERVE. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION, BY T. MEOSY & GARIDEL. 1'( N SATURDAY, .Inntury.lt 183'It,in ithe City . nl+gll.[ltle St. Loutln rlore..4 tlll 0o'+:l k. Fve eligibly nstuated ltIn ofugreund nll 'tired treeit, near tie corner of, lttrol street, -on tile rifl t. hand ,ide lrot l t e river. 'Tl ilmprovr ment+ co e , int tlf- i t br briet mie wtrehusn e otn thIe rear of ont htlf litho ilts, rd a franmc 6 dwe'ling huae on til front o' tw., of I thel It w:h tewo stiry kiteheme. The Whole of evhich are now rented for twelve huimllredl dollors a y.ear. ' Lot No. I Ineaures .Sm faee, Ii incheti and 7 lines, ftont by 127 feet 9 inrchle, in depth mrer or less. GI l.ot No. tnllletrae s amollle ssut NoiN . r Lot No. 3 mnea.rasn'25 feet, 6 inches and 7 lines, front iy 17 et s i oehe lih d depd i1 tthe one line, and 159 feet 8 iuceite, nd 3 linel on tie other linden mure or 0 Iot No. 4 smeosau. 25 feet i inches and se liaee, front by l59 fee 8 inche nd 3 lines in depth, more le. C S ALSO--Five valuable lots ofgronendon dlaganzie & It Felicity sti lts. Lot No. 18 on Magatz is street, mneasures 25 feet front by l0 heet In dtepth. S Lot No 19 t .him nte sine. L I.ot No. 22 dlilto. h Lot No. 36mon Felicity street joins thie above three iots on the rear; and tmesuris II frop t 25 feetl, ani on tie r ar 51 feet by 146 feet imdeptl o nt litne, nd it 66 Sfeel on the other lile. Lot No.37 on Felicity street imeasure in front,67 feet oi "inIbei by 106 feet si depth, n one line. h od 1, 5 Sleetoy fhe other ine,. so will optear imore tully, per ri' ln which will he exrtibitel. on lia day of sale. TEIthtS--Ois foiith tePnh--bulailce in 12, 18, 24, 311 0 oand 36 montho credit--withlt oinleresl, hir notes satis e fctorily etdorssd anti blealitig imtrtgeatro ntitil tinl y mreul. If the norte l re notLpaid at mmitv they shall beo r interest at the rate of Ill per cent pet annul, from the tiloe tihey bcomte due till p m.id. re Also--flint very Mvahnlu e 8tid delirable residence on Pr- oytrtas itreet,odjoinine tile 3lethodit tChnrelt,tho lot ro6measures 5 ree 7 inehel front byT Ib0 feet in de tllt Smore or le, the hose is a good two stor v.ralme build x- ing with attics, andl two story kitcheno, tde parlors are ity fttilihel with marble mantels. patent gratt:s, fo;ding pm dtrosl &oe. SThe improvements bae been lately pointed nd fitted te p and ore now in firt rate ordlr, slider lease to a good In- 'enot for one year frm tile first of November last, at 7id Dereo an1l160 uer yer, nyialll inntttlt. There is n yd in t yh e y +"P a o t 'ilttnt .l c i se r m t o f wan l t. I , 'I'EKRMIR-Oue+ Itirth e.nlt, balance one and twoi I years, without ialerrs, ior notes sili-factorily endorsed I nd cnl bearintg atoitgaeetliL iit: l inp cmnt. S hould the hin riot" not be mmmli at tlintttr;nt thiey simall bien lnterest at e h rate of• 0 pI entt per n titil rolin o said tite till Acts ofesle to be passed before It. B. Cenal, Esq, Not ary' Public, al the exprns if thea Imrctasers. il N. . Ifthe terms of ale arei nolcomplied with in 10 tri- Jnys from tbesia) of sile, they will be re-sold at lime risk and cost of tle purclhase e. nt ja3 1NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! otE-CI.IPSt t'OURSE. I r1' PRING rEE'S[ll, 1t39, will cnmmneocr on Wed stc t u ldavy 41ih fi Malch, I.l,nilt cntllinne 5 days. i Prticul.r in due timale. Y N. I LI VEIL, ,n. j in3 .Lt or__t•. 16,00301 Capitl Prize, "ickets ,,re $4 00 GRAND ,STATE LOT'T'EI Y. ti D r awini of Ihs G rill nt S tate I.t li rr y tl t.n 71. 35. 24, 52, 61, 60 3:1, 11,34, :0 5, 58, 36. I.As No. i72. Autholrised by tle l .egislattlre of Sthe State. Tio be drawn oi" Tlirdard, Jan. 3, 'or 1839, at 5 o'clock, P. St. at lisltol'o Iltell. to SI DAVIS &CO, Managers. ng 75 Drawn nilmbers--t2 )raw Inllutrs. ie Splendid Srheie. 27 314 Prizes. amlountse to $202 639 Tickets $41 II0--1lvcs 2 00-Qit rters 1 Ilo Pakagses-f i5Tiketls fur $1111, warrantedll to draw 5.'at ieast $18. Pockages of 25 Hallf 'l'ickrelts $50, war-. Iran nte Io draw atletnt $.24. Packages of 125 Quarter d Tickets $5; warranted ittodrawoat loasrt$12. Fur plackages of single tickets. apply at tilhe I MANAGEIjS' OFFICE, - jan3 ln ('hnrtre. st TO BE DRAWNTIIIS AFTERNOON, Jcn. 3. - Tie followir g ere teh drawn numbers of the Luia inn', I.ttery, (:laes 33, hfor 1839: 73, 72. 4, Il, 41, 15, 46, 51, 55, 63, 10. 27. WILL. BE DRAWN ON TIIIN DAY. $12,500 CAPITAL I'RIZE. LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authltrizccd h Act of I.egilatore. ('Cnaptmr XI.I[, ,acted lalc'h SL, 182.1. (I'as No. :13 fr 183 8. lt. e drsw. nil This l ny, J.n. 3d 1311, at 5 o'clock, I'. M. attthe ) ch.le'lliCI'llSt. . Chlcrheat. D. S. Gli01;O(3 0 &. Cc. C l Syce.ors to }'ATES MlN'I'T}'RE .i Co. 73 Nubaer -13 IDraw.n lnlllots. GI.ANII SCIll1tl1.. I pri$e of $1,2 01 is $ $ 50' :1 0d77 0 3 i110 I do 2 110 2 100 1 d t 1n I 1r 0 ccco I 1I-1 l jd I I ll3 3 do 0 0 3(1 7 4 do 4011 1 G1ll 10 d.. :1nn :11117 211 4, V7 3 601 '0 d, 1'15 25011 c00 do 50 I 007 Olhc r Plrize nmllntlit toI 189,t170 Tickets $400- Ilnlvea $12 Il--lllrt,.rt I o00 Palknges of ticket4 f, $11i1 warrcnted to draw $53 nlld mayv draw thll four firt caplitala Pi ckages ' of 2 hall' ick.la 6.4l), watrrats--c)" draw at least $126. P'nckncet .i 25 0 c*..'r nickels $c25. warrantel to draw at least I$3. Folr Packages or single 'icketsa, apply at -E. S GiREiGORY & Co,, the 1ancgers office, jan3 35, Canal street, neat to Comp st I OST or tlilaid a ntoe ti N. (ioodall, altedl Il Jt J ly, 18311, patnhli six month after date and to his own order,l ad by him endlured, Inr seven hundred dollars, with interest at the rate of len per cent pe an. num. Paylent of said lote having been stop, ed, all persona are fnrwarned from trading for tioA nlal. Jail3 A. IcCAR'I'Y. IEPPER-- 511 bags pepper, in alore nd lotr al+' y Sjan3 J TInAYIEIt 4. Co, NEW BOOKS. The Only Dlughter. a dcnmetic story, by the author of the "S1nlllterlo," cc. illn 2l7l. Mary lRalon l, ald ihcr'I'alOes y 1Mr. Gtre author. asl l olMohetrleand lel t er.;," &c. in I vole. The le ir of Selweal, ehv ,1t allutehoress of "MIothers anet ID rlhltter," r&. in ic vols. Althla Velnfc, Itr ie Enbrtlhidered llandkerchief, i4 whlil:h is added Hlenlrielrt Ilarrionil,or thile B tie I 'tin Um brella, hv lisa I.eslie, author of "Pencil Sketcl-h. as," &c. in one tol. Oliver 'l'wist, completel in 2 nlis. Iby Boz, cheap cdi lion. Jast received ald Ibr sale by WVbi. ur'KEAN, jan8 car Camp slind Cotmmon ts L UGAR and Molasses on plnnatinin n-hnve tlhe city for saleby RIEAD) tc 11B tiS''0O', jan13 7 Ilank Pl'ae. I Oi IN CEM ENT, I,,n ,ill fm elbil( Elizaleth, L from London,lI f ula hc jan3 READ & BARiSTOVW,7 Bank Place. HYDRIAn UIic: CElElNT. fItr al" Iv jan3 REAl) & 1IAlRS'rItLw, B7 snk Place m/'OLAnSES Icit--1l00 firs ult e nenkw olsaela .ll Blnrrecl, blndlg from sllip .Adrn, below tie rail roanll, 1d frI sale by jan3 1'M PORTER, 95 cammlan ait ,lOI.X':SE' IliaDS--Il0 neIlus neW Milassee l casks iln tore and for sale Iv jan3 WVI POnRTER. 95 Nomaton at 50 CASKS LAnWcn brown 1i(out, End 60 casks Scotch Ale, for sale rc v jan3 IbOI.MEl S nlb d MII.1.S, Bank Alley. jOL--AnthraBRtI A Ccal in blk e .- 1 ranh delis nerd ia Iltl tI suilt pd.rehiera, oll"dr lefl at thi coal yard, in Catlal slmeo t, or tO jan,3 HI.Il" (S anld Mlnl.S. Rak Plaece - h atORIa-l.l hnbiaiaioinalut l 1' ,out stemlal beat (Edwr SiLAWItENICE( & LEGENDRF, l H lan3 2 and "9 Now .evte ~ Lar PETRE- 2118 elle.a lt Peter, in store lid k fioraleby L WILIN('E&N . L':(IFNDRE, I jan3 9 and 2I9 New l evee. i"lON 'PljJ BRAN IT e Itl'i'bil Ilral (I t cd f lOurth proof, landing fro l ship' irnlle, for ale by I.A WIINCE & I.E.EGEILRE, jan3 2_ and 29 New I even. iE MONS.--.0 boees iu ao'aaii fr r asan h c L jan3 AI 1.A-IAM TRIER, 31 f(;ravier at L-R-.SH IMALAGA RAISlNS--.h9 wholx and Sbalf bxes, for sala by ABIRAHAM TRIlER,] in store acnd for sale be jan3 ABRAFIAi TIlIER, 31 GraCieer et ý TRAYED away or el, IFn from a tnt cn ('irene st a o. n the 2It ult, a Northerm Brindle Cow, wvhir and red in large lpota hasbloh of ber hrus h(red, and as che lnt acif it is prmbahle that snte maey hae stalmyedll ilo esomn aratle orlInt. Any informatin c llcer will I thankfillly meccived, and the cndnr libercll rewarded by applluig at tile ,ffice cC i lI) t0 SEY, j:l 44 Naw Levee EighC dyes more and poitiesly not Ibnger. THE SPLENDID EXIIIBITION OF THE MAJESTIC. The Giraffti, oF Camelopard!! w/HIC1H will clas on the th inat.. and leanve then for Mobile, per Ptamleoat GiraLn'. Thnose who have nat yet see thbe greatest wonder of the animal kiagdom, lhuld ceall at lt Charlnes street, and view and judge for thmeelves, what has delighted chnuerundn, and deeply ilntersted thie eurioun and eeies ifine. In the adjllhing Pavilion, Ma. S. B. G. NeLLIe, born without allle, will ioriatlle his aattihuiting per ftrmauce. Admitltance 235 cets, jan. Sauld lor sale by " d 1)0175 'y, j3 44 New l.evee EOTAT'ES--461 brWe in exesllcno order, lending - from brig Lima, and for ele by j3 G DORMIY, II New Len.e St. Claurles Theatre. Chi-- Ik Itt Mi's Jsephldline Citlotn'. Bonefit.l c, '11ils EVENINti, JAN. 3, Will be pemrfnroed the leutiftl Play ofl ANNE BI'I,EYN, I n-y viii. Mr .- In, Cn.rdunnln \riM.e y,, easn ..... , Eail Percy. Stott oit'Thttliiea Bo,lern, Firrn, Jetr AlltmBuleya,; Miss J Cliftln Inli: S1linm, Mre. I'iuner. .c Overture by the Or.h .irr Grand Pas Setll, by Mla;d'I ihLvelitt 'Prcvinnu to which the C(omedy of Colt TII., LADY AND DEVIL. ` Eld Wildieve, AMr. Brwnen Jeremy. Oiv-. Or la phryrina, Mliss J Clifttn, Cla.dina, D. Bar,n IRaphael, ParMt, Negeombo, Mrs Monell. . aln S Mr A CAR D. F htSS CLIF'TtON cepe.otrully nnnotnree to lit 1 L friends ant Ih. inhablt it of he c ,l general. ly, ithat hreef t tppeatrtte ( lbractertil rears, as Ihe purpopne a c profesienol wit to Emol ti t ilta Comitngcenetttt,") will tkle plnor on 'lltlJRft)A! fl EVENIN 1, JANUARY 3d,1, 1818, whetntalt i 1 ltVt wi the lhonor of appuearingbefore lhem, fir thi '"o1Ih thu1,1 l n thie lohrneter of Ante liodjt in tli new oinatat,;l tragedy of the title of OL1 S ANNE BOILEYN. in whie l Ms. J. R. SCOTT, W It alpear an Lord Perr. if M. FINc and Ma. Iaowen love kindl teol ,.rtl their valutable aidl, an.l will olappear int a F:VOLII'II FAIRCE. int eniutntion with 1illss (uLIFToc. an r1The Box Book is now opeti. it d3--4t Dress and Masquerade ailss MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. N W LEVEF.S'I'REI,r Immediately in I,,,', n I the team tont landine. iThe abovte r,nlielirh+ mnIim will be re-oTpeedl on tundav evening, l.Ie. 2.tlh cc 1838 fortho rentan,. Itull ( ue. :ottdevo, Tl'oottlv is antd 'htrednys. taid estahlihme.nt will he turnishetl with the oehi'rst liquort , and a good tl staurLot will It tltsc tell lo it. iT hthe mt nager tof said esthblishment hacve elen17e+ e numeienl I'uliee onicer to lkeep good ordrr thr.,tghrnu = ti the eatablishlment; there will he n piloe to It pit ill cloahckl. rar, &e. No ptertt, solt le tdloetlttt.d ii the I14! Ittoot with wept,,i of.vy killtt. p APER 8.0 ream. ViWrnplint Papir. as,+led;° Il cores Letter e.i, for ola Iv re jnc3 SHALL & BItOWN 90 Magazine at .VIlNE--An iowtice of 'iie i ei a, in pipeis, S 5 O5lalftipte, tl10oqtnllrrrnsks, ndl 21 t,ertvt, entitled to dthenture, brlnds b Intratr, Colli & Zi izz for tle byh jan3 ISAAC 1[IItGE & CO. W"Tl-NtW .Ai'. 40 htie tIt'ttolmosilrd, fort t h,]o sale by SHALL ,. BIiIOWVN, 913 Magaziie at jan3 SItG,\ANSt--13t crase, cntaiiing en's pi ie kLi' L- ).b.R.. g ats inat o ' tti.--'itrr-1cnltt fio se cIt It ISAA(C IElllilInF) 1 t). Janll 13.1 %lanzit.r tr T tI" lTioscrip r hatjttct reer.vrd ttand iuri , Tilt. ife of Chriot, with etnraitg. It Ev-in.n et HIlttie, hIyD li Aikin, cud Mrs liar: hlutdl, with llgrovings Vel.ceco, n 'raLedy in 5nerrs,ly Epes Sargnlt I.ord htl.terfit'hl c vorkte, I vnl 8 oo Maunil of Ctochtlogy.ltr "Thtmn, WIVynt, I i' J 8 vo with ileItration oftmore IItOn 'il lt, It, E FJ)II NS t ri, s. J3 r St Colhe, ll e nlt d ChlltOil nn is ((` UNNY BAGL-,i0 bolo. (:3 bun .1 nt Ilrle IIatl lr T and Io". , nlt y G II()[tI", a j3 41 N . I. , il s.1v 1l All-- 100hr!; dil! r, ot qgulitien, iln s rrt andIbral'r by 81 IAIl & ItltoWN, 3 agent L.afayee sugar Ierfinter t, r of j3 9i 0 agnzi.ttt dt 3, W HIlsKEY--ilti boaicr resrtiliedl, br sale Ly d3ll 13. DOWSE \'Y, 44-New I~ vvn L ARDI-3ii0 kego landing from steamnr O(.wetco t fir ena by G tiltISEY, 44 New Levee. d31 9 OUISVIIL.E HANK CHECK .-- A Ih k on teul N Bauk of Louisville filr $5150fir salie hy d1 d S I'fC'10ON & AVERrY, l8 tl;rairet it SiANNR i.-75 T loc 111 briw tnoere tt, tv r PEIRM OIL-- 11000 galls. W\inor Si trotrnl Siprm at Oil, or sale b) SIIAL & IIItOWN.P, d3 t b lg e 3l 91 st r 'El`rl t ndle l itore New Ilelt'rtrd, junt ro ril ed ad br y SI dIArIl. .o BIit. V\N, di1 If, 11ngazioe I I NK AND) INtK litl, Drfil.--a v eno It tfi tand uIt.ul tootlosliqtid ink. Ir satle v d'+l SII tlto& It(t)OWN..G .laTitc st - P- I ".)1-- 1 I h1111 · Itll.Ileldwin Apple. , , inllr l 1[, chip Tdrqfi., and for snh' by t be .1:1 l _ J ''l_1 1 1,1S 'Elt & C ', 71 1ovd...1 I' . l / t -1I E ( I i'r1' Ii,:It-4n1 firki,,+ IhSing, frn(,,, -hip lissir e i, n i i, d .fr .t ii I,, IdS J I I"•'I.'lm it & (1, 7.1 .tit~rln ot I -A'lff, l . .lI hII .,xes Nilt f., -i .+. n l.,,+i,,+'s l+,.,.d " :io1 i lareand fr sall is' J "]+'1.11''/. , 0i i l 71. " tIO) R I, A'l' I'A -L' A Cl I--l tl N. .o tt ;lo(.\N, ) It .lei : l in t1 (.i l ,t T it t'tei1l<l w ,o n'0 lo I I rcot ,tr rio - ,Ct l rrtc tlit (It n Iilb +. , Fi r we, hy ll,. r n. ,s',,,e l, tiro pt +riz ll' i a .iirr I',i iI n r '" od . 'T'he i!,lh+.in trix hnulls I , nh loly been : /' The 'l'ilt Arie! eal. ('l'a, of Nnw (Orb'aleS, ell' te i hir 1110 r nor d h. :t ril. 'lkn "1h.O "d$"R"rT Ii)Ot CLoe, if 341thtilo +itrer ih,.nr lOl ftnru.hoellel IhotItt . 00 Allcnlr Is lor thi. rott:n ,lost be ho ade al or 'h. i-l 00 the 51h day ot .oIintl V. UNl\1'. ilr ni,,i.. - d 53 (28 . , I-A.(. { BRIIIC;E . ('f,.1:14 , nca ,), r. l 5, 110U l d tll 0 dot do 5,000 do refined wbull noil 900 IBinuer's 'PanT ir's o t 1500 Bosn' No I lo.totn Soonp 50 do tallow codldes 100 do Inperial wa 100 do (innpowder do 100 do YoungHlysoIn& lvlly'.ln 51l do nouclloong and Pecr do or b 1000gunny hgs, Manilla .rdt, All for tolhy W1'I'lt'lTIG E& It'(, d31 7ti .lneolziono . a XCI.;IIANGE on Bolliltl tiod Jlilolrore Ito sole l-. d31 WIIITIIIIGt I . I O, 76 t1age,.i ~ TINES onEduatlion. How shall l gover II) Sclhool, addreaord to young tonchero . lll t nl-r adalnpted to nsint parents in the tInollellslll of fnlni li. : bv E E \\Winrs, aut.lrlof `sleam id i hdalf h tle Navy. ilinl.ion Edlantion, by tlohe Fa nl thot; also, llsl.' letl.res to nchoo'l mlasters. For tsle by d31 A '1'OW t:lI, 49 Conlp ot `iIL 16 calks wiiter Istlriuoed-slerol oil, wnr'.lP bJ pule, landing from ship Slii-i-lllli nid rfi s.lle d31 131 ..llgnzine o 1t _r ý 1' 1 11 . ' - 1 8 . a8 ne i n l a Null :I K U m b r " lJ Ihrg sizes, recelsrd folll ill ersey, Ilh I fm d31 131 Mlagznille ot IL and CANIDLES. 17 cs:ok Illslched Wiltlt Strained swerm O)il; 16 rlks unl...llclched In do d,, 331 boxes firstl qulitv spert ifsrlIetl. , oi!orotll sied . reled direst frll New Iheldford. nlld om, IsldnOg from sloai Bedforaj an Indd o ele tl t rl il J COl'K1)\ NE, °5 G;latier at II l VA NA IIP 8 F gri Fo 0t eh.. latmon, Coffee, lnding from hie ollolis, lor role l JCtao:PII COl KAY.Y\I., 421 22 Gl0vlae at dr4 ANI)RIE0 S l IIIOTIIEndR. hO t allp h l 7IIE-IO0l casnks ofreshl Thoilabtn Io,,n l llivn frontn ship Ferax, for .sne ly d'u S J P W\VTiITNE, 73o'ta;l at BAQ E K OF D r.rtAN0 D[ec. 21tIb, 18.2.^ 'lIE alonlal elotirn of Disecto-sb llaf Io..illtio , I T will hn teld l Ihou .ankinl 1Ilo,,o. ,u \Ilrt a II., Ptlt dasy ofjnalllr) next, botre-ll tie lhts if PElcven and 'I wo o'ohIek. 4snlsao*l1 fz° '- ý'vT 1T 12 T ssli r. BDeeLslhro 20, I!PL . SELECTION annulla dos direct,'Nor is trete ie e Ltilutio naura lie, nu BuIreu do in lonnqNe, ltns lii Pl do J nvier prothain, entru le ILeur des uluas do deux, p. on. Par ordra d i cor.i'" d61 J. P. NEB IT, Csni.ier, T ANetw OrhtfulF , 6 l)t.r., 182113 NOTE, a o i the ltaniipalhty No. 2, of New Irleans, Sof il dennoinntion of isne 'I'ws,, and ' ite, Dollrse, will hoi reeived it pyment nod in dCposil by this Eank. and on aml after ho first .Monday in Jlnn-I ry nex, will be redreemed in Cpei e. [2SOBT. J. PALFREY, 160 Cashier SALTs-- 2-0 h-olelis rknso Isllt tt, sl-.g i.i tln A of Ilia cargo oe the barioq Bal, mia, and Ior oalo y d285 Li A (ilAIE, 9: Co.nriu a CARDS IL PRINTED aL te shortest Notice, in the tostl elegant monnae, in Black or Colored IN, on Ir:nneol led, White flake, or Plain oaoitucold CADo, and a Pricrrrcryrteaonabe at TIlR. AILIICAIN OF-. FIU'E, corner of l'sydras and SI. Charles ets. ,ve,.al Neow and Ilealttiftl Fount' of TYtrr hnae julst beea alded to the Etalblishtenl. Orders received at Conoptillt Room, N. ChnrlesI Erchnnag,, 3rd door froul Gravier aon,or oa tle Printing OlEc , eorner of Poydrn &N.nt. CIatlea alrtel.s noel--f OGAP--I0f boxes, varioa hbrands, tones ltw, as 6 per pound, Por anle at Nt.. Front Ievese. SXCIIANGE on New 1Yo'k. for alne bb F' d8 AIDAMI & WIIITING, ,7r Grvior at I)HILoIIFELPHIA BuIllhaalt Ial, Yeaot powdersr _ Shal, BeeC, pickled Tntgouaa, 'urrsltsa, Cilrtn Landitg from +hip tlerary, rlirsct from Pliladelltlh, O hbalflarrelo Bllekaheal mooal, ItI0 qttrstr barnre ll Bur.kleal meral, 05 half barrels flu. I Shad. 05 hIlf bharrels fslmlly Be f, 10 htfh.irtels pilklid Tongtleo, 0 harrels snookdhlTottgafl I Ihhd Suntrns now Currnto , I gesns Oliver'n Yeast Posdrerr, for "ale by d=1 ( W PRITCIIARD & JO TAtlElt P. hI'ill h o tottell~lld tie t ':IlllI i SU1E IhoULD 13 4 01 It1I~l Jtto 3ooilsoo, klr Chri tot e, . nr.(PCI: 1R19l1V1 hN 1Il LOVDO'J Coittotty, nil. itoldogpj Edt,,,.a jIOowtt, Otrlrure, by hol OoolttInt. To ctttclttdo n':ththt' P'loY of SAMI PATG'h. Sam Prate1,,,h. toI r MrPeir~ntdboo, Kopporl , i Kot.roitto. 311,, Cowelt, him I'ilecnlitit, lb on hoolI. Sow Iot~eh will tot hon hiu woodorol blonlt. o ltJ'b rolteovool I~n Oto~lphitl ood l.a Somnottltlt'.ll It~howoorrow itltlo,t Lecoowpt oold Moo,. Malri it will oPIcor.· NOIeiorro. w~ r:i; L&CO'i CIR'cus. i'0 i wllt TXIiiiK tititt.,~lo I ittettoXi ll potoilcer to'lt to Ilt,, de,,,oe r~n(logollll oettolioe, tit,,ttttotrrW Itt)doo Ito 71,1n lot , tttcr 1 . lltli,,to ,t,too ·o b-to.~ h lot. iootttr. Aoyitt.rr Ito o' ~ll~ eeoo~l y hi o~l .1 ho n oo it oottsldt toohtthtRoItt to ll ho in 1loooof· @t Iild. lel ? I It l 'to~og toti t.II~~(1 ,,too ooltted t\ollI.Y lloo.tt)oo ?e-tott) tiil'l(lo ttto·t tteoItoN, Ito'olol iott..toot It, Llitt ctoll YII11171 ctt l htt~l~tl C lCPO)0iI;cAal., 0th q th1t1 ~eo to o.,k tlorl ot I Ioi pnott oWtlte. ,,tlocop .htittteeoot4hti oil litennE totanlolt.leo t .llte oi o-p ~FASIII Q 0 It .oollotnat 00000oa (III 'TI(P C'IlCCL'I.aIIS I aaaa't' a/l at/1 aaaaaaiaaaaal0, " rt .",a'aad, aa-tna inst~t~ T't'j at H a'.rrpim in tatatl' (Ia.s or cit. hIl'l l'lAN ltT!IN'llI\',:Ia'l.(' o~'I o 'rrr "* ,. t a:!. ea a w ill Tic i t {I tt .t l 'al alt, I~i I . ;~c ' S:n I. 1' l b. , \ J ta ' 1 ITU aatl (p.a., l ala 1 1 I ' atl- a.1,1 ,i (tat fl o ...u,,.nu~.''n .In11 1, ,alttattt I I _I" I::S ro Paaapa nati , &to billal,o I~nta .ai-,1 1a . ;&at r nt la ."r',"llI'UI 1 1, llll1l1..1," ,It taT. 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