Newspaper of True American, January 14, 1839, Page 2

January 14, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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Ir Boolook, sad &ator. 14SM a MW 46y is oPoad M-1n tilt. ..~iin tlu & tt u ta.d'evaq ttB P L nt and -n. v-a. ........ .J.. en.. a .L :..... tr oi. nn. ... do ', . . ........... ..f5 Nor ......No 4 CLEARANCES. -M ~ CbfoaCroi~d, for Ht ,tq Jaur 39.f KS1R N. A. *.ab, for V aNkr o., N Win a.l, Booolkrk Naoowlauo. i Poy B nhrWuc, Claoml trh, Vermtll m7Jey1 Master Srkro*p.,q, AndrYop, Aft.. Mob,. Aslbddg. & Jenki,, Behr ryJam. Caro for P.oo~t.o Mute, Uokt Mry Cower, Bab.,. Chookmoun. Mut ARREIVALS. ToleT ot Piot gokowa wh Uion.a.dPrig Chietl~it 1860* . Tow l Tiger voit rp w.th Skip Ol ead Elias, and Si. Bargee bhoiaS b in boo. Tb. host P ilot nnning 1010 hs low boat Trr taw carrying away in okk I. Usioa Ol-boom, Figure kna go Cut r·. W. lbOkLtb aortal 0001 rol. of ObiuOiir, and El£1., M p Cife Klan.0, froot {b. ?,l~boo, hooiog towed te with ohtpoAlexoo,dr Rod ChoM.o kaok Rlpoklicurh0 t tL· i(L~lytal~~n·d Cnmr.Inr ~subliccbrig Xoeojoo. m,o, nokosogle. LIf N E Par. on IltO int.l. at van report. nathiL in the omioll earthing ne in the river TO- ok Tier.Be ,, fom te Pal. hereto. tod 1l. l.igM~ejtiei returual to the oity with .hip Olive and IthewlaOyor r t.,,.oo CWi.ll ,00 N EBrsptt. I0.noy r0.as, kotok m lb r(/ . kiUo.op opoo li'krlg. Toi~ursi. * Ip ,OO ~roOOOolo~.. i~o,. r·p . d hbrgin siht-in he o.,, ahip Harris, in the Tkow. lao, Thomav, from tnE8 W Por., ho rino tored 10g00 d liqhgtrs."Bovier; ttrrad to the vky or·Ue Chart, Carroll, bad Newbury Pgrr1 bar Uo"oob.,e '' OIIthe11h footl 7 t .1 ', rsOptlt Yo hrt at agoher thhtl~v ea. nd Mlrmlnl edin th river, Tewbna g e, g tU!ý V. N E Pus, having rorerd~e sea light; rates cit with Shlot SIk P sa ka~, unit trip ('I' moo. Loll the Pull- on te 11tbfll, 00 O#'t.Otreports a both .m obrig. i h aglhott.bLoting nw i GoC bse CaordI, GOo.bor, tS'days fronlt tion, 'ko Me0 MOMip 01ibryPr, Mnooflold, 10 doy. foom tBotton, to Ship Slatterat r Tibbetts, 15 days from New York, to !ý ýas' coke Ifarrp, from io Ito Jeoeiro, to Muter. F soot, Met , A7 day. fom Bremento J Cote. Slp Cbo. r., Vorlokoe, t 1p ltmfom N.. Y,,k, to M1uler. .2'" slash,11 . . wotund to Natckhez an Vie.kokto, c~ip0110·ll Eiz·,I~dy· mtuNarYork, to No~a.1, RIot.d k p r,. , Ili doeso ,glh tov,. fo..,i Lvrerpool. toJOAMvrI,-. t.O..k~* J~E, ,oo.. Press hark :;s kteepPhlili , teenkier, Spi Nor, non Bremen, M Chooiolorr,_TX Muter er. tkomo.. toom Trpo Bay, in bkllat, to Brig Chopmoo, Thop.on., 9 daysl fot ClOrtertlo, to J A Barig rot. Soi,., Sri. 1'nm Fabe, Rokitson, 20 doy. froot Thomson.. .,t Bob, Aron Beam, 1 3 day. J from 8,0000k; Ito Wtl 4 8,-br'Iltty Lo, Norton, fromi~obile, in ttdt·lo.o, lo klatt. srl tf Sn g, in Id 2 fyoto h to Boston, l kMute. Mrkrearoroo, 7t., lh itto, from Tampico, to Mobo Litolhfl.d, Whitto, froot Logoir,, 31,tk Do,, to 'S¢Jr I' Wkbb.y. Bobr r lo,, Tbnin,,.. 17 day. from Muckedl, to Ilo.tor. o' Gilds, Itltlott, tO dy. Dao I'.ttlftod, e,, to J Foo. lBitj koo.ill., Rat ay. 7)doys from Ne. Took, to Mootr; 8 br Vmtl. Lan., ttom Pooao,.I. to Motr. Bohr Delto, atttlt, 12 Joy. totn Oltoo.ooot, to M10011, khr £,tg.. Sll,,, do r. from Tao.oin. 5tb tmre, to Itorut. olh Too, Oo.t1,::0 doy. frotm Philadelphia' to Mas.tr. Ioko lett. Sotyoo. I toy. fom HaII.., to Manster Steomer Nrer iobma. rla Aloolerl.. riO r t*omp cktot ho Ootuuo, WoJ , tetlofo.ton, 4Irmboom. it bol Am. tJ 0ood k ca. totistoer Wtookoato,, A,,deo.., froo Randolph. Stoo.-'o ho,,.. tookl, , foom Aloso.drioi teamrllot.. J foil in Iootoo,·Vi· ttt Oteamer North kAlo',to, Cori-, forom Viek.lon.r Soteatr laoif, kit,. tlr rom iro n boo nk ook.. SM10omoTeo..Ckh,,ro,, froot I'Iemqoot, Starmer Tolkiuo, Wood., foot. tlejlbf, EXPOTTS._. HAVANA..erbhehi* .in..1410 brie doer, 3 to ric,. and 1I1. I0 lard. CHlARLESTON,."w big PriU h~ri.i..80 oil rope, 20 hales hop.Io7 19 9h19 eager, I2 tit and a0 fill. " "...,...·..... ar cab st Cutver..5? hhotl over, I blot 49 tee nod 90 ' lla mute,... and 15 bads baton. nEW YORK.. Parsch Wa Harl..3ibll Calln, Y K d bOd 0000'. 110 hhda nlel..u·. APALACHICOLA.. .Pr Bohr Aoti..OOO blls dour, 950 do ,oolho(o, 30 do bred,. 75 hi. htrrlutg. 00 ho. YRILMLLON BAY..Plsr hrlWolooo..lOob. lWdl. NOO.LE .Petsoh, Eoohoo:e..58 blls 901ur,77 htoalttd, 110. ho. Codfish. I18 calls rot'., 19 t~un bb kg Ir, 0 92 co~bh pono,,~.oiD o. ott~. PBSEACOLA..r.,r tho Elry Jo11.. ..odry lot. road, rF,.1 , prter. sugarCoto, dour, hiskey, lard, sins,. IMP1ORTS. BOSTON., Pnr ship Chalice Cnrrml..900 tons irs. 54 br!s -pplto an1d ciderlt.'d mdse. to J Turo, Whit. nty, Mo,, &-t, E Shilling, IlShshth & R9d. BOSTON p.r schr Ttootl-I loll, tsltil 901, 11019 oto'd md9.., 1, 0 J. P Wh ......... ....h Per lp Nwhbury Port.. ..spemrmadl., aIpples, NEW YORK stl lli- I S llrihttneo.toaso,11.t NIOW YO1 Pt, ohipOlite and Elise,-iron stem boot, t10 basso,,, Iilaiblgs codle, 2,0 has rasins, aim. NEW 3ORK Its' seer U'0.illt..soop, curbo tnon, cement, fossil. s. and1h0'toIt E Und rb,, . It b Chit I CBARLESTOS.. PYur brig Chnpll uo.r30:) Ofk,1, .ce. ](aIlia 300 D) JANERIO..Pea shi. uu, Oh.po bokt. .1 offe to a der. h0 o~t TSHOMAS19TONI. P., bhdlom Pol,..9452 toshs lime, to Go, BRBNEl t..Pet .hlp Aloaonder..1110 baske~t potato0,, 95.1 hampersglal· ware, while troll ware, slid sse'd aidoo. to Kollrt a Bf... SaI.er & Trier. JA IlooillI & to, 01,ffo , & Wtl,,00d. J IlIaowh Oiohmt,' &WVertor, t,,ugars, toA uarttI0 9 H e r ......Pc, bhok Reopuhlic..15O hmossotd mto ", to JA I NoIt~rlooPomils 11t095411tr JW~hile. *0I8NUACOLA.. PtOshtVo or, Smt.Oih ,310 itb potatoe., 21I1 bas tookt1 hem., to Mooto. GLOUCESTER.. pt, shr Deltl. 10 htl. mathl to Nas..ter. TANPCO.. ro, tlt Edgt,..$tOg in spec.ie 20 Witl p TANPICO.,por .,Itr So, At.-32,3001 iq specit, to Captia. 1 99AVANA..Per schr ,.i . 1w..730ha cofot, a1d .stdry lots 01 Ol1OtOO0Osae fruit , tosundrIty loi.g . 1 ?919LA00LPHI A-P, t. h Ttoo.-9 W0900s,001, It Taylor, Deoey & ao. 0 J.0119l0.. por -oh, Li'olUd. .8m1 hot, offoe, loet mine. 0 W IttorjtIt &0. c t JP Whootny, W L..,h. it LIVERPOOL-p. hht Sllasp0t...2970 saohs salt, S6h bl. 1 otdt 4lhilsoodo00.. IHlendersotnoA,4o,,ts. C 1 BAVANNAII.--po 0chr Aron0720 fee rice af,, bPt. hobl.oo ), rt aod 40 bhrl potLoo., Wood q SOmooo. a1d ot ,der., NANTUCKET..pprsOI TplO4Io.. oilh, ,,4ndi0, 9nd oflho, w toJ B PFild, and order. of PIOTL3LANDO, Mt..p scoh Glid,..70 tons ruth stonet. 5411 09 hit. .0d 4 htl. moherll, to J I' Gathit.ghoo C *o1d39, Doke. RECEIPTSd OF PRODUCE. p, Altzo9ri,..Per P tame ,Houno . 36 hl ootron. Thomos B01tI,1619du A Lodoto 1 & cu,57 dt Kihmeon Ahbrntlly 4 Reig. 10 de jI d PltBuoht* oo, 611 do LmbtohI Thompot, , m 137ldo 94 brl 14dor, Lambeth 4 T 464prm, hoSbok.. cuo,,, 00 P kett 4 Banks, 18 trunks still lmies, Lasit. rekslisoe-per steamer North Alabama~1114 bles Cett.., eI 5.nqt.., Ftrriday 9& oo, 323t. do Adam. 100W hooll, 201 do F anhll t 10 lfllsonoo.l& do Nugoot, Torpin A0 W.ll, 96 do how Armouo, 75 du Barka, W.9tt ca, 4do W "togrt, Btd.A holra * tooh 17 Io Allno, Ash.o 0, .7 13 do Rich'd BW1.So N4o0N tt.eto,'i J ..a&, todo D lootItit0 h92 ls I Ploth,4,4oms IHrtwIll, I bhsmdse, Wel'o Plliltp, I coup stol IdUk...Pa 04ce0.. Iblotltibjl..73t stohk corn, God. fro) gentile M Small, ikhis ton, Burke, Wntt & co. 8 do 4 or booir n RU) slu asak,",s 13 tors, 99 b ., 1c~ Ms. .4 30 h.yt, owners a b1919 h04 Bodolph..Pa, losoame Winrshmot..1 ll. otItot, J M BIM M. 2 do N D Coo,,9r i co. 9d00and 405 icks rr eP NIsrdl,S4h ollot. Btand.,, Mottc.*o> Wrihth, Sddo As uoh0 ,stooojd I66 pee oO0lia, L.00.,o,1 (:hott.ts., Bf . o oo karo.0 ora. y Dop*,0 ,,,04, Bdoour. Lae L v I 10 or, du MdoM Whitt op1.4IdoConnor 4 Gridlay, Il M Nr,00luethp.Ohhtot, s togisy, PiLce S.uo it Dr, B ' tenon N 4 J Dic & Co. 5 du W MI But, 102 .oaks .ari Owners n board. a ifs-par H etemorTraho-110 bil ntlc.J 11 Leverith t em, tl-Kirkmet interality 4Hasns, 2 do t- I~aCarpeo 'w.90,. C Toltduo. 6 do Fol9in, Bolltoq I0 Dotlott 4 do Henry Lesions, do a Jaurer, coD. )O hd.lhrli .Over, u4"1,6 ri aatygp; A C & JD Btcwlrt, 2 I de qgr, grd l9 hit - $rmd LoLy. 2 do tourdaiw Bto4.9, 4 hill. 1amp yre·, ercleul A Co. .m SU o~m~..po,.t... T·hilt0..9l0o76to4too.W Buot. 13 &JI,*oa.s Ch6,Vmers, Itlsdtt WhItso A Iao ddo N o & 4k'19R t, 1 6 do Free,,. Data k . 99 do A (lardy. cot O4wNoArsoor, Lhoke Wolkhq, 6,do Wood 106nnott, 3d p a & co. 4 dlald Deaaa, Frnca .t op hn'l olkx a .0 7 o cltl lypu k0 U((IIa, ., 0. ido Att.o, - t103 o Lyneo9s w96oos vid o l·1Lq Watt o d po.5 itM qryYIsdPo ottoo.19,, M. ds do Koh do oi OOtoh. 70 stn 6Bugt9400 MayotO doPdo40do doW)1 OConooi, 89 pe bho. dtl o ~ e~o NutJo I oooo .ab O del. pojig cluste Nearkh.10 hi. matte0..9Lambeh 100 F qtll i, 00. £ Ldooo a1d to, 290 do Lombeth ood T7t~pwm. ] CONSIGNEES. go b . om4..Poeip Nw ,rooo..rk., Waott&.TsoyI S rZw0Io7.L 00,IBold". 0 OrrGat, WHBi 4.o, t 4 P WºN~ y, !w 0400, V irot 1 A 1M09. 1 A b Ito44, .41ey Uloast m 600.40 F.lletAda.o 10 WhhoILJIhgyo, A K LOU., J 0 Field 10 mt. C Do.,n. J P Ali 0 WhI. 01-'4.s Woo. 4 t... Bps044thott Whe to., *oe, t. Z ehe o, Gltol & Hlart.L., J C Wiogw 4co !p t &iJntw wflt to,0aoJ4 1,o, wac,.,., _A - 1)ee 1 Btlheo t..,J Boldom, H T.9k, A A J 3 *r to t ,rqo4eld 4. wrihth, aw 1 Ot»hm. Berke Drs. me Vim Inn DickI B r. l. C Bro co o a as, AW WUoga. A G.res10,,, Kid. Olgd. u91fooohau I509 L.0j, el, 3 q W Gatt y, Rictt rdson 0 , ho, L ComIttO10ot n bo V .ir , ol, Goipcu, Adms 3 ·o4n om . Itebo. . He t II~Dlu, J~ IRer~l"WOobr ý` . Per plmIr `orv iee .M r A1yn h ne bil|, s er ,{ ~ep o.ppPASSBNUSRte. . Temed Jl e krtH 1 t, .5 lare, Uree "I Eftý ** i rl 1 b sd rID Soak, isUlD R aDnTlc eo di, ,tr Jco1 MoBrick, J n k*lA Iok..:0 Corn Fw A atdi5 eit tUkSeend 1 Ioho..tilT irEteNamee - MIntos r URDuring, ue 0t 0 .5 N NViHlot, lln Doe, TkNeei , WIWo., O wal fPA. RaetJPQ Ttc eodech.TWetee* Noemee P,, J n i t A L.enL, D P wA C4_ Dn lmeq P law -l Pr o en m., Cor- t ' ...N Aly. Chitehilt, Dyer. 6. 'ldh ted S chlltdr,, eMisor. Mir IJ 0i.. ri e lO l.Ioar th dId, e l tar Me lie .. i~nis B l 8eeu , mr Ball rtný, r' B user anld r W Id Iotld ai ~h sey JBMnekr Wad S, oB.,I Sg UitR.o jr. pi rte. J Ru.. DioyJ.. lawr J~ mlsl;.0 ace'1 hordm 27.. ; cel~oa. pacegen Mir ew mn..mr nohipineibt..T p Wa,,ol , y. ie m ont.eM W readero. lad, te ld and ioer l . kit .... P R Donal ¢F A Vh, ' J -. ghyet. .PW donybmYes` Boohtneibo-g Ddpe B rtPimpoet , See ot. B E IN I thel t A Ledoe.Cot . Aoeroo, Wt N Aetcldew C Jalyr, t Jjthe en, JP Ale. en W Jdek A DDo. - hew ¥oSCi..ttder otohr ,. 3 }®kk g, itand IblBll al TRIui err newd K(.r.* e.,h. Dlriilt...Mlec Byd, Und.rhiil, INiSOltANDA rIt 5 on0S, ofl bohlet hedcd Shot Key, on Setory Jetner ,5th. ro. .Oato, Soeto und et to New OrlHean. • ) Ship Rocoke, rrio . ltolt rle. the Wt Deemer, lal i.npruIh Ip, hp depedee, Cpe Pope, hTeing the bred .4 pee, oeefCom.ndoey mehioleu, oelee, and 7w edo.. ell we iy * 8 1)·· adak U ' L The NUS.[pthPlep Eepedit, toed.r commend ate"pitil ~Wit. o5idLt . .efhe Viea,.Icnn Poroit, it.Porople. Go .lf,1hd Flying Fish, woereprperei~grorm, ed wean Jaeva in • few deyw. N e p ol oien. .e : hsa "ipt C i.onoIicor ore N.. Mor ook, hlp Reglal.; Mt in e hopSlltCe0DCei o, pt in s- teohy. wea dihoeyt, tn hoTc er Wm Rgotn t r H Ppep • t de. dot rri Eci, D op PhiadeJlpiCa. do.; hJTiF L'.]rito. ro Rril R R Kyle*. lad Sou d eck. rd rul ae ieo Nportehig Od Ctoloy do; bg elahiMepe dOSlUherlo l SSteteorHoemateenddom t ttwith steemp R see i nee .g o n, o oke h er H hed l; e oS ott hon t; the J ea ar ar etwed theo R aoteon cu, to Oat ho ootet plae. tos Sheiwp loalokW Holtri, t ie Rtoo See the lt tileCehe, 1B st ar -te eoe th-ipn-the entcee Clpen oe. ohriood, the iboa the ooeee oeye. Jooly t. poted Rdedone ftt hdt os Peoyn,.bena slu end oh htomeyos hyr Neiol tithe oll Sot a,, Woestell hnd hotSoelte nooin le-i.oeot Aneloope. H L kSl oe.y Sqotu. iOl do, ete e WPmadof t ora Si G todtuh ttFyioc i. et e rirl gd,fotroe atind nolde oet de t brigo t; opleit at aht O. 11th, otei N e mph. ONatt fo red Ortlioti.n ei t Fel C hiloty d loati. B Saltimoe iel 5| f'eet li et loolnoro Seohe to Lando.ph und tlliua oýhnor tesitehelott dw toll Puto Cchelot, Tchb Jone . laefr ato S im ertl i e l eo. Itrne; R aitkk o .r ewr Y,,e obo ork, tef i e h teficior origeeI.oJuly., Lapin Hdoo tCheidbleo r. n, daus. Loyeooc, No, 20th ed Contcider°hd e buhoiene ot caotoe to he tralnSeted dcllyn d . A. ien Soeciaeties, oetd Anteope. Hin L inney toh th Wilk Danube son Rliance, at Social Rend, -RooCy Mengel, at, oewt o Ioandf,5 the Lttouite I eieeippi ntom d dout t Wrolo ih la on it Ide Iead ot Hentto tohemnt of Pddyr'sl e d Chin ll),ot IOh'hyhae dthn eeet o,,o Itlednoo di t P n reeuen it D ii L e n Mosr Bead; Asori t at Ieitieeood; W L teohr end otn f uro lse .hur-O nn lc f ouy nd theIL· ll~l go :8 o.e Morrioaitpprinhn; h t', maet Ota. Alnd W....n .. to act leacuotlond; Net i4 ated nttel loubspes ho bieeno. N. on ad I)*rllllptnn at Fair Child'. Island irelslppi 51 Rest fi wa rter fremlnln Oo,,k. to Randolph an~d f. cline, Po to ache Litchfild left at Puerto Cabello, achy John L1llio. for tBltimore osio petif dt; din robl. oC Per ent 85. Loo.i t in to eio Nr'cn brito. Soui per, apin fopr tbello 0n; 1a a dOhio Rh (ieool.ersentoIn3; Mnrl,,tndoegS cotVveyecone i Lhlr . est, Not r o ht l cld. Caoderrblo bteior oenn. piceao te trh ed daily in h.e, ari ecuritis, and eaio the weak in addirdm tion to te ;r- nw Irs fr the anterofMiosiasip*. and Southiargi iana K'' bon bd inoestments .to he amount ot upctedlls of d,0,.t o holpet chon eoo 1t1d. ncl Cein toit;doub e in.y grea, measur f1. rom the a nblo of mongey and the good rot of in eteslt y which ithrea iedo fthe dO. t fatc het erad o.e r at dieIden o bti meent end POi ceitl net nl * thio ountre he of.4 t0 hole. o new Misrksrippi loon have been made at 9S Alabama fire per No o cento 7.0st gnl at t4, i, ed S*hid.h bsilehio hp l .se; donetO Illinois si per cent It, Indiana five per cent 85; L~ouisiana P83 A ivst.BOrcoet l6; do. six pimhOcitor to"DetI, aecytoottlo plU fie per cent 103; Maryland six per ."ant, per buryers but no tot.ll le he,,N, Xnrk fiob perenltl d01 S d lot IS 3 o; Ohio Rhi i pr c..T 2 etl ead eO r rylv Shot ten difdnt cie eoer cP , e. , Jt eeotod vtaryic hey. of rh period inpt h odmtio,d 3. to 96i I G.el Crolint e 'vs teo oIno in doon d t ld a Oand Viriniaoit pr TIII I1.00 btie ,.o, ogto. 170,10 ... ihorh cor. part,.'.. lci ,o, . ento .rot. ' wo . Neo U York A itle ive pre eoet sl52;, itl esian leanl 4. ity tiv por itlendsoc d.,u; Unit l Slo. r. io aL ookiyeo l a t oto. ,f bl. lho I;ot 115 oLehe ando Tret o, Cop re stt hae12 b10 t elon Ccton, e1labare ionod Korl i leftou ontho rre e ac esee5. Ae.ie ti eo or, t ~in.-. 17t )0 Eoct the pc per, lis J e Corton..Tho Aireo dem3n for 0mr en p0eolticd in or lie S cnrlae40r of th 14 inll ot otinu.d in. and a ti rum,.,ver has ..sin bona done ·t an advance ofabout{ per lea~t i on tLr 8Prie oifen dir ore Toritn,.iohe Teloo lItyo I t'hin weet odd i.in basking damoudtd to h 9,48 hatuales (Nt which 7,19:1Jwer Up l.ndd .f t O h I el p i' k primre t - ; s[M r, 3000 llhan., .rl0, ald, •tho d ha d e .t ofPondy' rd: (.03e Albttn 1nd Mbl0 , l 9 1 -4 710; ta leto eorgiadt worf Dare dTi.; ad 0 i einBeOd t fl7l0d. About 1t e l dt e sohowve, t.l Iroe . .od to h 3cd bote aLken o ea Ad vaa eo dou1 que steluck in thin p "r in flo estimated at 332,. 098 hnlea, laginst 170,000 at th e enure prion lost Grln cneon; ,ho am rok of Amerie. Tis albout 258,0 -O, nd gardin. 74.000 of that period Hon The isut on re'hoet dm now 13 a8 per qh. and ofe if I Flour 8a 1o2per W . I de ST. Ones teeircti u a nu th bill, 145 cbesto of Maye White Hn;.nn loge, n , 29r per lnodNoy 7'uhnccn lain brisk demand,( 530 hot. Kentucky O we'l diepnorrd ofI, but flip. Pries kept secre: and Mi 340 hh,,o Alarlloo a Id let 26 e, n'l. Ride Calton confninllea firmn; 250 bole~s GFrorpi. ware elan, diapere~d of mince cur Iea, :the price, however, ,bid 33;nil not truoepire. Ale-337 cases fine pale Harvana l~a Sugar at 17 3 41 in bond liofo X-sotsir Jan. 10, ýh Lees activity n herorr manifestedl in thet cottron '"Ill mnarket I..rloy, Ilion rester ley, hlclrlera have br. TIen. corns more firm in pricer. Thle sales amountl to LJ 10 or 11001+asl.r, a, the r~lllne of yeaferday'e ~ rates, r,, 10 1.2 to 14 3-4c. thle staple eumrer fur- . ward freely. to 1II Tit- re i n a reit demandJ f r short xchnnge suit' Supon Nowr York a nd New Olrlans.--Advertirsr; den,, hit CIIARI.ESTON,. .an 5. rd OTTON--Tnere has been en aclive denl d fir Upindl eot ton tlrntlllout lth week jae l c lom d; alh d ilo t for thle limitedn IInd -pldv olt eai;judhl a from te number or h iya ill mlrkel, a heavy l'atiumzl would haven keen done in 1 lia artice: as • it lt, baout .li.,00 Iale f all qia lliu., from ordinary to g`.d Rit hte heh.ged hainds, aId t Aon advarne oa1 the rltes quoted in oer beta.r.,e . An Id.. may ,e formed of th at. 100 hellted Cateof otr etppliel at preaeuet, when se Sti that ,no of ten Ir Kait hu.dre,. afer doilg but a limiltd week'. bulainell, bad at a belI on ildllll yrlteldy, whicb bIe eould at, offar. to. Wihave cooittd Inth hbuyer and teller. and give Ihe tol. owintl at e s r a itirion of the mrket for lhort rolon.. IL .icerpio CiiJir.tcicetonttOr. dt ne.j and ineri 11 @ It | I middling to mtidlitlrg fair, 1i 31-,; Ier te felly (air I2® 1 )131; on d fair, 14 00 1 l: chsiei c•o on a Ne.ll Rlce.-v-T'h operaltlol in Rice dalu1i the week amount t ao "tbout t012 tee. The lltrklt eiereloer lac he. tlldergone. no chat. gO. The aes are 3t6 tce, tfromta3 5 50. id - A N'ew Yrk, Jan. 3. STite packe.e arriving from Eote'ntd anti eranre. but particularly tihe ornier, are brhignng aut A Ilarge carots of dry gu.'s far itht epring Irude - We learn that all the ptckrtI at Liverpool, and thoae ito leave prior to .ithtirhi Drctrnher, were enleaped'ltll. T'he emouent that will Iae ree.ived here 'fr Ite next eix itinths will he very great. F All ehllipmenlt or nerly all deeignrd for the n'prept bueilleae will leave Etgland prier to tohe It Jan Oar trade he.irn italoirn for Ihe Far a Soulth in February. In Mlarch it is uua!ly active. The prevailit. reontimenl is Ihat tratle will be uaouetally eoil; larige tIrprntiee are otoking rn aticipalltg this arctiity. The totllllry enerailiy Is here oif et'ide. Te'lbr rrp have been goad, and rite onttaittld forihemi high. tIt Ite great beheofil that ill he exprtienced' will ite in Ihe carlvof aExtihanoy. That on tonny part. of thte country thad althlud demw to n nnreoetletr rate antd we have tvitry reason to behieve that in tlhe curtle of a lteitIll or twu nil parta,of thn caountry will lie on or near the Irttler t ollftieng. Stne it our mar citeeieL a twO leIt ht re in lite .tatlnrr laat Hall to puchasea gotls khave relurned. IOUSTON MARKET. ,an itt, 1..9. Rasee-Little or eo reariltiOnl hit take ilae in n oar markmt. We laveaonly ito nte te Irrirva ,,f i nt boat at our whIlve,, titce Tuetdey el.e Our quoatiol theIreflore re maie ucaitered. Flour-lIn demand,.@ SC-Ol5 fair d.mwnd. Baco 411 5l ciacarccra Portk, none. Lard. nonc. 'WhlLkey-.lclrc. at t n0 i $ 7t p.er gae. Cefree, 37? 0 5 t . elce.i Suiar, brona itroeuta, in demand do l.oaft0lta )lotalleme, g 25 150 pergallb.; it denaid Rice. V1o ®iI etl rren Tela, from 25 0} pnr lh RIlte, er each t* gtI5. eareco atilte, l 0 c pear Ib, ill dhlmad Tuhecco, y cla.gl lee Ilb WiCeow plash. C U i10 per ho d I.umlber, white pine 80 (41$140 per I,000 feet PotChoea, 8 0 i0 per tbrl Corn, ! pr bethal, in Ereat defn wad Cdsana,35 ® 40 l a pe Its huh beet, pork, ehilkee. egg., cad all kindi fivegetabller lad a ready slte, aid t high ptices.-lul. FOR MOBILE THIS DAY. r The mist and elgaant low pres sure steam bhat CAROILINE, \Vm r C t.uttIna. mutser, will lieare Ihe Lake l thile a Road, this day, allur the arrival of the I. 13 o'clock crare. o N It- rh C sroliae i one ofl'le bent see boets in bhe coultly, and well eirfCrm her trips in all weather. For Spasnage o nly, apply ot board, nr to janl4 GERO WHITMAN,78I Pydraer t P.k rt.Gl url.Lnaadrlrriglt a ornndimmg. 'lThe noa and Sllrcmlid a Steam i erl , Van Houton ou lmaander will depcrt on Tuesday 15th i nat, at l, A. M.,preci.ely, fur Ireight or pasagr apply to EDW'D A. BRIDGE.l d Sti ommon let. Bills of ladlng emust eep1reented for riglnure cyI 9 o'clo., nbeard., foot oef Natchezs at. Jan. 14.J SPERM CANI)I.ES--300 boxes New Bedf-.rl rp mrm Clodle, aseorted eiase, of appmaved brandls, mme bea mould candiesa, sJac.on' brasd . 100 boxes frrh Soap 70 hbbll refined .Ahleltil Champaign Wine oflsuperior'qality Ilmperisl, guupowder, young hyona & amuchongl SCopper, in heelsa, from 12 to le1O lb Black Lead Pots,aesortcend ats, for Pale by i jan14 JOSEPH COCKAYNE, 25 Grovier at IIREiH MALAOA RAtlINS--I10o0 whole and ` hlf Iges, for"s by ABRAHAM TRIER. jan14 3I Gravierag in taro aod imr sale hr _ _ janl4 ABRAHA4M TRlER,l r31 Orer at Eal IeRw'lll B Irat ri a ,ale Ie jill I .RIIHCl k co, 131 Magaeine el taIn a e a with thbis Oillee is a SPLENDID AND` Iy ASORTMENT OF JTE It*PIaxTtNG Of CIhb UaSt oý C tegall Notkies Auction ar DillForm, J howDil Steam BeaBi I D , Circular e k Amn nvrty deeuipdein ofe ek Work shat may beoegmired. B'The proprietor respectfully taill the attention of the public to the ' uove Carl, end asures thonm that all ork intrusted to his care shall be done at the short. eat notice, in a style ansurpamed in this city, and at the Inost rates. i ThH TRUE AMERICAN. tihr n- aa osu . Pralla.ui, ANn momL. : NEW ORiLEANS : MONDAY, JANUARY 14. IF39. ill, S Treasury &Aeme. We have received the following eslimate in a letter from Washington City, and from it are aatifiked that the Sub-Treo etr y Scheme will be defeated. We pulblish the 1 estimated Yeas and Nays and Doubtful, that we . may see wht dependence may be placed, and n, hat calculation, may be made upon our law. a givers. i7 "Agreeably to my promise I have ascertained to a moral cartainty, the voteon the Sub-T'rea ar sury Bill in the House. The enclosed eonvasreis lag this moment given me by Mr. , of , who is perfectly confident of the result. The vole "' may very from four to eight amajority against the tee measure, giving tihe Lomos all the Doubtlul, 240 e; members being present." R in Ifarr of e e au6.Treusury &Ateme. Mr Spank. ad or Mesarn. Anderson, Andrews, Atherton, " Bapkse, Bearty, Beer-, Fetrne, Bicknell, Bird ah call, Boon, Botldin, Broadhead, Bronson. Bchan. San, Bvnrm, C mhreleng, Campbell ofS. C., Ch a ney, Chapman, Cleveland, Clowney, Coles, Conor, at Craig, Crary. Custhman, Davee, DeGraff, Duncan, I Dromgoole, Elmore, Fanington, Pleteher of Vt., I Poestr, Fry, Gallup, Glaseoek, Grant, Gray, Grif tfin, Haley., Hammonnd, Homer, Harrison, Hawkion, a Rayne, Hfolsey, Holt, froward, Hlub!ey. Hunter of p Ohio, Hunter of Va., Ineram, Jackson of N. Y., JJohnson of V, , Jones, of N. Y., Jones of Va, s SKrim, Kemble, Klingensmith, Lesdheter. Lewis, Loann, I.onmisl, Mrtlin, McKay, MuClellin of N. h SY.. MeC'ellan of Tenn., MeClure, Miller, Mont. gnmery, Moore. Morgan, Morris, of Pa., Mlrray, , Noble, Owens, Palmer, Parker, Parmenter, Paris, Psynter, Pennypseker, Petriken, Phelps, Pickens, Plumer, Potter, Pratt, Prentise of N. Y,, Reilly, Rhett Richardson, Rives Sawyer, Shtefifr, Shepard, . Sheplor, Stryder, Spencer, Swearingen, Taylor, Thomaso, Tirus, To Tey,ow Townr, 't'nr , Vail, Wagener, Webre.r, Week*, Whittlesey, Willtams ofN. .f., Worrthington and Yell-IIl. b Agaiaes te Sfb Treeasury-- esaa rs. Adams. Alex nmler.Allen of Vt. Allen of Ohio, Aycrige, Bell, Bid.l die, Bond, Borden, Bri.gas, Calh,in. of Malls., Cal. a lttn, of Ky., Camnpbell of Tenn., Carter, Chnmbesh, Chetbam, Childs, Clark, C,,fn, Corwin, Crnbh, Crae stor, Crockett, Curtie, (o'nhing. Darlington, Dawson, ca Davies, Debemy, Dennis, Dun,,, Edward-,Evans, Ever. -u ett, Ewing, Filltmoe ofAlass., Fillmore, Garland of Va.. t Garland of la., Giddings, Goode, Graham of N. C., a Graham o;f Ia., Grantlond, Grave., Greaonell, Hall. Hlil nm aend, Harlan, Harper, Hastings, lnawv,s. Henry, Ilerrod. dt Honffan, Hopkins, Jackson of Geoi., Jenifer, Johno00 of La., Johnson of Md., Kennedy, Legore, Lincoln, Lyon, Marvin, Maeon of Va., Mlason of Ohio., Maury, Pt SMay, Maxwell, M'Kernar, NiMelfee, Mercer, Milligan, V Mitchell, lM',Motris of P.., Merris of Ohio. Naylr be Noyes, Ogle, Pearce Peck, Pope, Ports. Prenmiss of by hMim., Putnam, Ratider, Randolph, Bred, Bernbher, A Ridway, Robertason, Rublievov, Rom.ry. Rossell, Snl- at etonstall, Sergeant, Sh'ypperd, Shielda, Silbey, Slodled n Smith, Southgate, Stanley, Stuart, Stone, Sraton, To. y lisfR.rrro, Thompson, Tillinghost, Tolnnd, Underwood, tif w1'hite of Ia, Wblite of Ky, Williams of N. C., VIdb inmts ,of Ky, C. II. Williasm of Pet, J. L. Williamos of Ten. Wise, Word and borIke ll. t Inouebful-Casey, AMallory, and Vanderveer-3. Givingin thIe eatitnre, those who are doubtful, tit to tie aves. the Ilce,, will still be dclfete '-, re. n salt wlhiclh every frienI of hiis eountry so eeartetly desires. The vote will be very clhse, for all the t engines of power and exeealive influence will be thi wielded, to i clre the lleasure. en rmst, t ILa.testfrott Washington. We give below anal. tras Bct from, the nltest dates. 'Ikl Dec. 29.-The Senate did not aseembile thtl oud I.''E or RFPRESENTATIVE,--\fr. Bnd of Ohio, tfo. wilted the House to take up the report of the Se 1tt. cretaryof the Treasury in relatiton to the public 1defaullers. Motion denied. atte Mr. Clatbreling moved for saeion othe Se n s aite Bill in relation to the payment. of the fourth instalment of public revenue. The Hlore made that subject a special order of the.lst Monday in ce' January. 'ut The other bnsiness was of no public importance. nd Dee. 31-In Senate, Mr. Walker reported a hill are claiming for Mis-isaippi, the 2 per cent. fund due ed her. Mr. Pearce, a Bill for the punishment of per. seteane who have or may friltdulently claim payment he ol peaneion. Mr. Morris of Ohio, a resolution not ar io order the printing of 30.000 copies of a report te. in relation to salt, till further ar tion of the Senate. he Debateorecnpied most of t',e day. liy In tie House, resolutions from Mr. Cushman, at, N. Hl., propositg an amendmtent of the Constitu t lion of Ihe United States, prev nlsing any man from he holding an office under the United States who shall td give or receive a challenge.--Mr. Cushing, con. e cernilng the United States and Great Britain, call. rie ing upnn tile Executive Departments fori iforma t rion as to the eondlition of affair upon the ronaier -in relatioo to the North Etatern BDoundary--tp a Brities pnasessiuns in the North Western Territory •r &c. The resolutions were adoptedr. Mr. Wise, r askking for a select eonmittee of nine menbers to be ehoe.n by ballot, with full powers to send for l'ernllealnd paper, to inquire whether the Seere. tary of the Treasury has been guilty of any act which may lay him open to impeachment. Mr' Cuthman of N. II. objecting Denied, A resolution was offered calling upon the Secre. t tary of tle Treasulry for nformatian whether any of thie old defaulters have settled up their accouetnr during the year past. Not adopted. A resollution was alst., offered, declaring that the at expenditulres of thi Government ought not to ex. O card $15,000,000, per annum. Not adopted. Strong reLnlulions in regard to Slavery in the States, Dietriet of Columbia and the Territories t were offered by Mr. Stanley. ofNC. and laid on the table under the resolutions of Mr. Atherton ti Mr. Willia f Kentuck, Kentck , offered a resolution p calling upon the Poetmeaster General, and the St. of cretaries of War, Navy, Treasury and State Is ga futnish the House with a copy of their expenditures eo from 4th of MAlrch 1838, to the4th of March 1839 it -coettllunicating also tle lnumbr of clerks, sale. rips, expenditures. and every particular in relation an Ito the Departments. lie asked to suspend the rules pr I-refuseed. Mr. Prentir,, in reference to the Hlluse sa sending members from Mississippi home at last 8l session-not adopted. Ias Somebody in Montgomery. Ala. has been threar. the ening to assassinate J. Q. Adanr.. Mr. A. exposed n the letter containing tlhe threat. ar Mr. Kennedy of Md. off red a relnlution asking for a select committee, with full power no send for persons, to inquire into the expediency of adopting riv 'onterules of action in relation to the interference ins of office holders in the Elections of the people, and of in reference to coateated eleetions in the House" Vet Not adopted. the The House adjnurned over tI Wednesday, had Jar. 3--Judge Wilie took his aseat in theSenate Thb Relsolulious were offered, and one of somee am. and portance by Mr. Rives, calling upon the Secretary the of War to furnish infortmtion simlilar to that asked sat in his resolution sent last month to the Secretary dan wit . aes In his reeolaiian puts nearly the same queg flns to Mr. P .oiaett a wre pat toMr.,Weeob , the resolution lies over oneodsy. Abolition petitions were presented byy Mr.' Me len of Pa. Mr. Davis offered a resolution calling upon the President of the United Statee to communieste the result of the exumin itiona, under a laew of last seeaion, for testing the strength of steam boilers. Laid over for ones deay. The bill before the Senate yesterday, in relation to Public Lands, and ehp reduction of the price, came up to order, and ocecsioned another debates which waesprtieipated in by Meesre. Clay,Walk. or, Benton, Niles, King, Morris, and aeveraloth era. The discussion closed with the re.-commit ment of the Bill to the Committee on Public Lande, on Mr. Clay.s motion, eyes 23, noes 20 Instruntions were ordered, ayes 2', noes 17. In the House, Mr. Underwood asked the adop tion of a resolution whioh was agreed to. ealling otn the Secretary of War to furnish the House with ill the pvrticulars in relation to the defalca. lion of Gdi. Gratiot, late n officer in the War DepartmteSt. The resolution calls for full and eompletrinformation upon all 'poiate. The Commintee of Election adopted a report unanimously declaring Mr. Jonee, the sitting mem her for Wisconsin, not entitled to hie seat, and that Mr. J. D. Dty. tile claimant, is. After a spirited debate the report ws adopted, yeas 165. nay)'s 25. Mr. Doty wee sworn in. Ta NEw Loco paoO Persa IN TiS CITY. We take thefollowinig notice of the establishment in this city of the "Looisianian, &e," which is to make or has made its appearance this morning, from the Mobile Advertiser,of the 10th, It is only a day'sjourlney to Mobile. Is there anything rude in the article, or at which a sensitive and brave man could take oifencel It certainly is not so atr. tering as it might he.. "We perceive that proposals have been issued by Mr. Chas. [ayon, the brother of the late propretor of the New Orleans Bee, for publiahing in that city, a new paper, to be entitled the "Louisianian.', The new concern, we are told, is to glory under the same uspices that larely manufactured De. mocrary' for the Bee. That is to say it is In be edited by a person whose name stands eonspictu ously on the list of public defaultlers, ald who, we believe, was expelled from the Custom iHouse for making as free a use of the public money as it had been his own. The "iauspices." therefore, which are to give the true Democratic tone to the new pa. per, are peculiarly well fitted for the purpose. It is riglht and proper, perhaps, and ina uison with the spirit of the age, Ilat a cashiered sub treasury de faulter should be found "battling in the cause of human rights and equal privileges." Were Isueh a patriot to attempt to open his month about 'hu man rights antd equal privileges' amnongst the Snnke Indians, who are re'puted, we believe, to be out over Ihonest in their ways, Ite would be hissed out of the tribe and s;lented forever. But this is the way in which the good people of tlhi country are humbtugged. T'hey are firrt plundered by their omfice holders, and then insulted with servtloun .hout *DeInmocrry' Irom plundere'r. These are brihinl ttnuspices' Iruly, ontd may be well rtj iced at, for they denote a wanintg of nlaional integrity ond inflexible love of honor, which will sonter or ater bring all mnanner of men ttp nO nn equality I'To be indebted to the Governmnlt, is a disqunlifi. vntlon,by the law, fr an.y post of hnn,r or tru.t underit, but it seems thl tto have embezzled gov srnonlet funds, is a highl reenmmenda o t, and con" ilutes a man a proper guardian of the political morol aonid lbertit a of the country! Wlhat intpun . denee! P 'ickatburg Whig. Wit. II ,lClo1arile, E9aq. Ither purchased ine hl:lf iof the establishment of the

Vlcksntro Rogi+otr, which piper will heoeefotrlb be alled trh Viakshrtg WIIIg, sad 'ill he edited ty Mr. McCardle, lunt of the hMvayvill,, Ky. Whig dvoctenr, which lie conducled w ith industrry slid ibilily. Ife is a readly and nereenlhe writer, anti ntd advocate lhu Irtrue principles fthe I i Vli pont-l . y. Wu welcomlle him 1 to the s tt, nid extend t te hand of tello ltalip. beoause we know lltmo e h, i one witlb withn it will always be a pleasure t,, .3. The news from Elnglind is ftvr7;rle to he enn fl, tinted hIl gh price of curtan. 'ITho th the stck re. on hand of Amloricane, at Lvertpol, on Iheg. 11 irly of November, was over 280,00() bhles against ?1.. the e00, oasre time, last year: yet, the manner in which be this vast amount of raw material is held is surely enough that rates will not be saiffered to come down. The rise in prices for ten days previous to abl the sailing of tile last packet and the operations in the staple prove conclusively that the Bank his holders have the advantage over the spinner. With this fact before at., we cannot see how ri. so. cos will fall again, for the present crop goes for le- ward much slower than it did last year, and the lic great maes of that which has been shipped will fall into the hands to the large dealers. In nhller n words, ite power of the Banks will prevent the rth staple from falling the present season below the de ruling rate, In the same way that it prevented the in crop of last year from being sacrificed. The state of thle market in England will be e. improved by the supposed shaorness in the crotp of ill thisyear. The hetternees of things there will ne cause great activity in our own country, and, if it r. bhe trulls that tle crop now eoming forward is 0t of 1835 and 1838, tllhotti they will be limited to ot short we may confidently look for the spirited times rr the next three tmontlls, should the waters ever e. rise. By the advves io anllt ler colltttn aI will be seaen that many of the state new stocks have been sold in London, at a price under par. This forcintg of our monied stocks into that market is the result .of a necessity that could be ensily avoided, if i. foreign capital were placed on the same basis as . home capital. Our stocks would then go off at home at their own true valne, for the buyer of theta would be on the spot and invest Iis amoney J knowingly. This brings us to r flAct serionsly upon the plan that should be adopted by tlhis State for getting the money to build the Nashville r Railwae; for there can he no doubt but that the t policy of internal improvementa is the settled one lthe party now in potwer. It appeears to us that the best lands will be for the State toembark on hi the schenme with its faith,and to engraft the gener- C .l Bank Law principle upon the proposed alters. a tlon in the charter. Every protection should be t given to foreign capital, and it will seek us instead a of our seeking it. We look with some anxiety to ty the step about to be taken in this matter, as it is a' one that mustt settle the future destiny of New Orleans. lin Is Gee. Coess. The Globe avers tlat the accounts of a Ihis gentleman have been balauced to a cent-that he is no defaulter. If such he the case we congratulate the country. li ie painftl to ua as public journalists, to no. tice the abberration of humble individuals, from the O1 path of duty-it is doubly painful to record the crime fo of those whose high station should be a guaranty a. dit gainstaught s, damning. It gives us real pleasure, to a contradiet oven on the Globe's authority, which in fact, t in a very slander thread, the rumor of thle defalcation of sat Gov. Casne We have entertadied no great opinion of soe any one who was willing to compromiise his political princilles, or to look over monstrous abuses for party at sake,and we have always held thlat he who was willing tf i asacrifice his political independence. for the sake of et a 'lf.advancement, had erected Iis morals mo a sandy gel lasis; Yet we had hoped even in defiance of tee rumor that Gor. Cass lad not subjected his name to eternal sa infaamy, and on the eeriest shadof of ceoaadicio we Inc are willing to record his innocence! Ia LATEST Frl M MEXICO. ing The Schlooner Sarah Ann, Capt. Bontomps, ar. - rived thin day, which place she left on the tih ty' int, reports that as she was coming over the Bar of ( of Tampico a British packet had just assived from qse Vera Creu bringing intelligence of the arrival of L the English Miniater, Packenham, to Mleico, who a had, on his arrival, proceeded to the interior.- The fla.et consisted nfS ships of the line, 5 frigates nun and 6 stoops of war, he reports that Tampicn was -at the only port if Meatlico that was not bluckaded. Gen. Sans ,Aqus had returned In his country seat, and hit ar tons ware tadlatg TsmpiOn eveory day and taki; their lhane of narch towards Altaj t5g more. tead ....b. pn politely farabed with an raztIt fram a letter to CaspitWade, c~frthe steam packet Col0urnbin, dated Hoasson. Jan. 81h, containing important intelligence. The following.is an ab etraot lf o communication from Gern. Urrea .i the Pretidelt ofTe?.s: ".MiCer, Loamargc and Rsynoo, towna 10 the t i Grande, havo peonounced for the Federal Goverr ment, and the Central trops sre driven ont. Tle commtoter, Camlntet , if tile i divisino, of the Federal troops in that district, -reqeetel the Gov ernment.,if Toxzuto adapt such regulatiota-in the intercourse between the two'fr.ntiers as will seclre the protection of the adherents of the Fed eral party." A bulletin has been issued by Elsaterin, Mendes, eitizen, retired colonel, &c., who hes gone into the ranke, to the inhabitants of.-the northern towns and the city of Metamore., which after h srrangiing them in a warm end enthusiastio manner, and offering them onglrcttlations non the appeerance of things, concludes: Fellow Citizens: Order will save you, preserve it st all hazards, anJ very shortly -the whole Re public will joyfully exblaim HURRAH! for the Mexican Constitution, HIURRAH! for Liberty! HURRAII! for the Northern Towns of Tamali pasr! Since the fotegoing was in type, the following information was brought in by our news repor. ter: We took a stroll down to the ntorker yesterday, to see if we could procure a genuine goose guild for the purpose of inditing a paragraph or two for the benefit of the Courier. We mtrst confess that we were unsuccessful, bilt as the Courier is likely to gobble up every thing, we took occasion to pluck a quill from a turkey-wing, which, as things go, will answer the piurpose probably as well. ________ e The continuotton o- our remark . upon Banking e is postponed for the purpjne of crowding in a t. much of the nees in our paper as we possibly can. We wi-h the attention of the Legislature no be di. y racted to this suhject; and we think we can offer r esuch arguments ae will cause them to give it , much rrflection, if they do not adopt the system, which in our opinion, alone can redeem the com. er tmunity and keep a proper check upon the Banking institutione now in operation. e The Louisville Gazette of the 7tl, says: 'The river has risen some two or three inches, and there is now a prospect of a breaking up of the ice in a cr short time." Weather warm--indicating rain. St. Cearles TIheatre-.Firemen's ienefit.-On Saturday, "tile lemnple" was thronged at an early hour, and nimany persona went away after having ascertained the utter impossibility of procuring seats. A more brilliant and imposing assembly we have never seen contgregated. The beauty and fashion of our city were present. The per. loetnacee went off with spirit-Mr. Caldwell sus, taining the part of Gossamer, with all the ease and elegnuce, the vivacity and fidelity of his palmy days, when he was acknowledged tbe light comedian of the day, and when his name was "a tower of'strengthI" on the theatrical card. lie was loudly called for by the audience, and very foolishly, and contrary to our expectations, came forward, and, as is always the case. on such cecasions, said something, it might be goeod, but would have been better unesid. This diabolically ridiculous fashion of calling out an actor, should be done away with entlire ly: and sao hould the system of encoring. If we were the manager of a 'Theatre,-we would die. e'arge instanter every actor who allowed Ilis song. to be encored. 27eeatrieal !relt. 'hlis evenitng that admirable comedy of "The Clandestine MAarriage"' is to be performed at tle St. Charles Finn no Lord Oglr. by and J. S. Browne an Brush. Jt is seldom an opportlniry is offered of witnessing this old Eng. lish Comedy, because we seldemn find any one thiat can try the part of Lord Oglby. We may expect a full house. Frot JXtrtLe Uaorolina. We hear tiat non the 27tb D)'caemer heIo Reenlueionu which had pre viuosly peeened the thluae ,I C to..tern,, dleclarine Ito S.e.ll ec. trn tit -.ter io be acirepresecc nr, their constituenis on severea lIading queetionn lU geernurl robline, rlted the aellele by 2b i o23, ono Mnenrher onl (a \Vhlig) being abesnt ge Ihe vote.-.Mt. I tel. The emlphia (Tl'ennl.) Gazelle fhas been dit.eontitned tor want of patronage. "Democracy is at a Iot ebb in thai sletion. Tihe Eequier with " Henry Clay' at its head i Iprogreesing most prosperously. Tile I.ouiaville anettrof ti.e l neaanb : eigEiteern low Banks u re raid to lave been estahlihmel tnder Cithe ate banking law of New Y orka thle capital paid, $9,000. lOll;tl and proposed inerease of eapitul $199,150,110:." lJ Houek, tliu meti robber, Ibao been convieted at CeleeumbueO., and sentenced to ten years ittprisonmete it the pdnitentiary The last Dubuqut Advertiser statess tlhat valhabledi. coeerioa of lead ore have been found near that town it i soft and oft u fine quality, yielding about eigity-one per Cneet. It is preoposed to get up an estallishment at Cincin nati, similar te Nihlo't at New York. ill Latesfrtsm England. We have received a ull bud. ter get fromon ur attesive English Correupondent,including bhe dares, from the 7th Nov. to Nov. 191h, for ship C(olum the bus. By our New York slips, which have crowded bhe upon us all at once we have even later dates,-up tothe 24th : be IV. shall publish t1he letters written expressly for this paper in their due rcourse-that is, from time to iltime.as they will afford a hbeater view of the state of things in England, and our different relations, than any condensed view we could make out for one paper. We content ourself at present with a concise statement of to the English markets, abbreviated from the correspon. ** dence of the f(ourier and Enquirer and other New York Per papers of the 3d inst, bearing date London 24th Nov. The Canada tisturbances have created quite a sensa. lion-affecting the funds, and ctursing a universal gloom to prevail at the Stock Exchange. We quote Ih laollow. ing extract to show the condition of American Stocks of on e 22d of Nov. at London: it "Several important changes have taken place itt A. if mneriesn securtie r within the last threr days. The loan, which Mr. 7cDSuffie lies haeen here for sute tite, T for the purpose of neotiating, lina been at length ta at ken, by the Itrse of Borings, Brothere & Cu; the a. Iof ount being £510,000 sterling-and tile price at which it has been ie 93, with a dividend frot tie Jet of Inst sy JIly. T'he loan whiehlt Mr. hiddle recently took for the y ta'te of MOissiaisppi, has also been re-sold to the a niount of iL5fl,0.0l t 93--with a dividend tam the Set of s te presett mlse h. Col. Gambhle from Florida, has le refued all offer h i as yesterday itmade to him for Sthe residue of the loan for that Territory; this gentle. man estitontieg the credit of Florida rather higher than i rappears to correspond with the opliniotis of parties, on the London Stock Exehange. The Alabaa toa lan, hieh n bn take by the house nt Palmer, Macillop, Dent A& r. Co., is nafrrtunstely suspended, in eonseqnenoe of saome doubts wliich have hbeetn discovered s tolthe na. Sture of the powers of the agent ; but as the diffi it css ere merely of alegal and teehnical descriptioon,the par. ties are waiting fur the opinion of Mr. Freslfield. the eolicitmr to the Bank of Enrlatnd, who in all probhabili-. e ty will find some nmehod at enabling the agent to rei . s ceive the money, in tite ftcr shitment to t lila, to ar a riveout befdre the letf January next. In noticing e the large contracts for American stoceks, which the Etu lish eapitaliets have in this manner taken within tLhe last few days, it is however, of the greatest iampuoratice, itat ian explaeatinn should he made, of the heavy addi- 1 is tion whieh these new bonds have made, to the whole a-. h ioun of circeulation in lits country, in ordee that the tI a apparent aeady sa ofthee ntates' seotrities should not lead to the temptation to send ever, too great an a mount, of other aseeurities of a similar kind. For it in to he observed, that though contractors have bee found for these new Insae, ct the bonds have not yet been dieptsed of to the public at large; and the eontractorsr a would probably combin.e, for the prevention of the in treduellen of new securities, until the presunt are in tsoim degree cleared off their hands, and in this mannerI sntieh disappointment might he the eonsrquenece of too f early an application in this market, for thte sale of titr ther Trens-Atlantic bon t s. Tie busainess has been onreiderob!e in other Amiri. can stocks, and some exteairve sales have taken place of Initnd States Bank situres at 251 5.,, and o Indiana at'?41. Ite rest of ttm quotations remain unrhap. gad.".. The papersgive alnrming acconts of tite state of die sati.fracties and distress in the agrieultural distriels. Incendiary bhrnings of agricultural property, such an Ihay rieks, &,., are said to to fearfully frequent. The immediat enare is uaid to he the high anl still iacrens. ing price of bread. The London Courier nenouines ' upon good niuthluri. ty' the Earl Spencer will come out ae Gaoarnnsjnerael of Caneada. Thle authorty of the Courier, however, is q questiened by esme of the ether papers. L Lord Durham s in extremely bad odour, if not con iPl sidured disgraced by Itie goernmet. A viodication of I, this diestinguiehed nobleman in to appear in the nexn lt number of the Westmiiniter review. Aft "The ailitary and naval preparations-for sometting -appear to he eoig on wlthgreatnactivity. Onset sthe et pperP nnamtod nine ehip of war asl fitting out for foreig stations; sanother noties that recruiting for theenrines j is going en with spirit and sueccase; yet another, that - tenders are invited for 100,000 thirty-two pound balls; L I (4 and that thedki ofl tiie aly and suburbs are placard. Sad wih alia for able bodied nsamen, perty officers and fI t bays. We find it hlpoairle to condense all the imenrtant items brought in by half-n-dozen mails. We have mlade an abstjnct f those which struck us as beig most inter- I' eating. As we mar not have another nail for a week, onr reader shall hal wchateverr of importance or of S aterest the slips, papers and letters on which we have bat glanced may contain. FPromenree.e, Tie parket ship Charles Carrull, Lee, -hrserimed at New York from Havre. She sailed on Ithe 25th of Novembee. By her we have Paris and 1 Hare papers to the 24th inclusive. Havt. Corron Manner, Nov. 24th. Sales to-day have reached three hundred and fifty seven bales, in eluding every description. Louisianas sold at [109; Moeile 105; Georgia 1f01 a 103 Florida 89. 50; ando Bable B 8950. hi Quagncrraoe B.an. Priresare more irm; 10 bils. of Baltimore, Brat sorts, brourht f'3, and 27 bblis, frsat tsort, Philadelphia,hbrught the same price, a, The Paris paper say thet an army of 40,000 mren lees been ordered to the Northern frontier, in consequence of the anaelod elate of affairs between Holland and Bel glum. 3 CEamp St. Theatre. THIS EVENING, JAN. 14, Will he performed the beautiful Play of N THE GAMBLER'S FATE. Mr. Germain, Mr Grene. Ly George Gertnain, Barrett. on Warner, Frcderilkr, a Al bert e,,main, Mrs Barrett, dI Amelia, Greene. To conclude with tfe Dram, of the N FORTY THIEVES. oAR iabe, Mr Johnson, Orobrind, (lillet, Hassarac, Fielder Mustsaau Fi grdiag, Aiada. PMissa Cowcll. ir R m .mm-.mm All di St. Charles Theatre. This Evening, January 14, It When will he performed,tor the first time, m, THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE. m. Lrd Ogleby, Mr Fmn, 0 Broth, BrOwne, Canton, Forrone, Sir John, Harrison. he Misa Sterling, AMrs Farrels Betty, Hlrrison. An Overture by the Orlchestra ' Grand Pas soul, by Mlad'le Ravetno To conclude with the now Farce of ,n FRIGHTENED TO DEATI. y Phantom, lMr. Browne, Sir Joohuo, Fnrren, Mump es Cowell. iPity, Mrs Dehar, Patty, Harrison. TO lE DRAWN TO-MORROW. The following ar te drawn nunmbers of tile Louis a. ia Lottery, Clasn.s 16, ior 1839: *0 41, 71, 61, 13, 68, 54, 4, 1, 17, 66, 69, 62. is $10,000 CAPITAL PRIZE. e LOUISIANA LOTTERY. c Authorized lr Art ofl.egislnture. Chapter Xl.III, pastpd Match 21. 1828, Class No. 31 f0r 1838. to, be drawn on Tuesday, Jan. 1511th 1839, t 5 o'clock, I'. *d M. at the xehnn gn lntel,a t. Charles t. D. . . GREGORY & Co. Successors to Y'A TES MeiNTYRE 4 Co. h 75 NuolAs--l3 Drawn Ballots. I prize of $10 is $10 non 2o 5116 5,IH1 d1 do 5I 002 000 I do 1 San 1 51N 1 I I 300 1 2001 o I do 1 200 r . 00 I do 10' 1 042 1 04 10 do, IOHI II 00tlo 0o do 2511 25300 10 do 15o 1i 5. 10 do I 0040 1100 e 63 do35 41 63 do 5 55 39,6 do 6 4.3 2I 436 dJ3 7l 301 27 814 Prize anmonntino to .l-5 " -1 Tickets $310) .Htlvel 1 5--Q(ltrters 75 Packagesn of 25 tickets lit $44. P'ck. rs or :, half tickets $22. Paockages n,"I 5 Qolarter '1 olk. InIs, $11 00. For Pckaeets or slloe 'l'ikelt. nlo,. pI I. ,S GIJ.FOIIY & t'o. the lltont,'o s afire, jnnl4 :i5, (asrnai varilet, nxt to lsop ,t 9,000! Capital Prize, '1l., I , nl3 2 5y GRAND STATE LOT'LI'Llty. Drawiong" of thf e iGrand ate LaUter Chas 7, 78, 37, 9, 2 8, 7:1, 47, 3 5, 2.55, 2 !,. CLASS No.i. Allthornsel by th Ieisi re of, tCLe Slate. "'To I), drawn € t 1il dayeJ, co 14, 10R39, at5 (o'clock, P. ..l it Ilibcl,',. Iie. s DAVIl.S, ,o, oln ,ager. 75 Draon Iooohers--.l Grawls Barlh.o l Sptledid Schonre, 27 814 Prizes. aoonuotas to 19n 60 Tickets $2 50--llalves 125-(lnrret 62c. Packages oft 25'l'ickets for $62 51), wtrranred to, Irao at leant $.0. Ilackages of5 tlIf T'itkes $31 5 ,. ronted to draw at leastooSO In5 o l, 'Prakesof ,5 (3. 'lTickets $15 613 wtarrutrd to draw at lest $7 51. For packages of single ticket, apllv at tht ' MANA G REI' ttllFniC., jan14 Ili 'hortno s VAI.UAIBLE 8TANI)ARDI WOlKS: SWilson's Ornitlhology,9 volUlle, itllltrial (Q r to, colored plotR, IBnapprte's do 4 do do do do Dagatd Stltart's works, 7 vole, 8, o, Bridgewrater l'roltises, ill 7 vr, I.yrlvl'e Geology,2 ole, l' ytler' Universrol Histort, i tols, Sir Walter Saott's ,,Iplete wrks, 7 ri,, do do do Waverlv Novels, 27 "th , do do do Poetica Wo'rks, I el, Eneyclopedir Anlterinna, 13 viol, Ctoper'n Novel'", .'6 vole, Irving'a work,,l2 vole, Marryant', works, i, I & 2 vnl., Byron, in I and 6 vole, I.anbe's worksa, in 2 vole, Diryden's workn, in 9 vols. Burke's do 3 do, lthakopeare, in greot variety of cditions, nld bindiogs, Togethler with a groat ariety (tf lw, Stedinle ot ltheological and Sircellaneous works, whic, Ihe pu; l lie are respectfIlly inoiled to call lld examine. ja.l4 A ''OVAR, 49R (:49 t,1 s 1 R ICE--fo .a.ka Rice landing from ship Al.en., S from C irleaton, fior sani.h, S aia14 J 'PTHAYI. & Co,, 74 Pvdrrs oft I ALE ,rOPE--B0 coda Kentuky balo i.op, it. A. itore and for sal by J T1IAYi:R & t' t, he ja4 74 Povdre. t Ibo.rAISIN ,--5.H boxes NR Baisio,, Lorir'os-brodj, a. in storea and for rule by I. jalR4 JTHaHAY ER& CO 74 Povdry a, T " 0. I. B I.S Jaulary 14, 1839. 63 Plydras nt. o AISIN4S.--30tlO lluir. ad Hlalf Boxes t. R. hois tins very nres, and of superior quality for safe by SO.II. BLISS. e January 14, 63 Poydrna a . e N W EIItLEANS PURK.--f0 bbls. inspectedl for sa by Oh .. BILISS. h January14, 63 Poydras at, d o 1I GAN lERRIE h' An H lof or qr. hrrufv 1 ..I perior quality in talore, for aole by O. H. BLISS. Jan. 14, 63 Poydria at. MAY3IRAL1' Y OF NEW ORLEANS. T HEprhie oft Irvh floor to-day ia $8 of perrborrel, according to the tariff; the bakers shall give du ring the rnsuing weak (from Mondry l14th i.st.) 36 on-. con ofbread for a lut. Bread ofthei second quolity is Srequired to weigh f2 per cent. more. via: 45 ounces. jan12 C. GENOIS, Mayor. a Ou Near Orlroan and k jhrllr e Rpns arnd Co. AG JREEABI.Y to Section, 8th lof tilh UCater of mid . Compauy, alo election for ten l)irctors wifl he held on Monday tlet 14th inst. atlo'nlock p. Al.at their office, No. 14 Baronno nnret. 1jail JAM ES H. CALDWELI., President,. I1NGLISH ANNUALS FOR 1833--Tthe Book ol 1 m Royalty, superb eol'd pfo ates. Finden's Tableaux, Fijdrn'a Gallery of Graces; Fisher's Drawing Iroom nerap Book; Bseutv's onItIn|uA; Buds and Blossoms' Waverly Kerpskhr; The Imperial Oriental Anaoual; lorget ala Not; Caricature AnoTlu ' Frieudshil 'a Offering; Juvenile Sketch Bookt Young La.d'es' Annnl; Young Gentlemoe's Anluual. Ameriaon Anaaual. Ti, Token and Atltntic Souvenir; Tht Violet; The Gift; . Thea Jvenilo Forgt-Me-Not. Just received and for sano by Win Im nKEAN, doee corner C.olp ,ld Comuloaio a - AGS--I 0,000 G(iunny Bags, of aSuperrior quality U landing from ship A mrn, and for slodhby jal0 %HALL& BROWN, 96 Ilagazine at BLUNTS NEW PILOTING DIRECTIONS-A very uaeful hook for Ship Captains and the moat popular work of ith kind rat.nt. ALSO CHARTS, a Golf of Mexico, West Indies, iBahama Banks, Westl Florida, Coast of Brazil, Medlta oneo. S.n-Co tl of Africa--t. .Georre Channel--En,; lsh Channet, der. f tN.B. hol'he nyb reliedn a o roilfng the m.tt surort information relative to the abover named places sver published, for rale at SoDAVID FELT& CO. New York Statloner Hall, No. I2 Chartres at, January 14. L.EM -ON -. b--eso in oOr ofr slehy o janl AB0It.tlAl 'TRIER, 31 tiravier at I NEWV ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE AIIIL ROAD COMPANY. NEW ARRANGE5IEN.r. lIII Locmrotivr will.leave tie eipot at tih faot of Cairal atrel,very dty at8 A. 1. and returd at , P. M. except Suodna'a, when ailo will Deipnart R{eturn , 2 . 11. . P. M. l G ., A Car f ..r rivo ...nrt, 41'v i ,'o 1 l,,,,,.r Sasullcient, will be sent dow, tile road n one day's; irreoes liloe. j, 839 JA H CAI.DWELL, Presldent. BY IIDWLETT & CENAS. SYhl IC'S SALE. TILI.e sold on Monday, 18th of Febrotry, at 1"2 l o'clock, at tilae City Exlansge, St. Louai street, in virtue of an ortdelr fro tIh 1Parialh (oUft for th ' Pariash and eityv of Now CrinnonR, ited thile 7i1, inatant under the direotion of tihe Svndie the following deecrib! nd property, oorederetdrcby Gabriol (eorge Gloeny to hin reditrro vi,: 1. Four lots Iol Grlltcl, Nn. 5l9, 601 61 and 62, aitua. ted ilt ('arrollton. Nos. 59 anti till masuring each 25 Ihet fronton 1ith street, by 150 feet in drpth. Noa. 60 and 62, havinl e Itone rlont of 25 it. on Ratelyhe ai, by a like delnpth. ltogt of C. Porer by tr.atr;al Act opassed before La Gardeur, Notary Public thet Ith of May, ,837. 2. Lot No. 5, n aqlnre No. 15, insubutlbWashngtion, |31t MuniCIpality, uowsuroag2 feet 2 inlches front on Moralea atreet,'between Port and St. Ferdinnnd strheta, Iy 100 feet in delptlh. Bogh, of I. S. Hillegsberg, by art tbefire '. Seher, Noltary Itubtlic, tile 2811 ol PFelrru. ary, 1837.u J. Five I atn of (Ground,Non. 8, 9 10, 11 atil 12, in square No.21. i, soltturh Washin ton. 3d Muniipality, Nos. 8, 9 antlt 10, having each 3i. 1. 6 otl Marnt at, belwewtln nltn aes tt d I. f tlqrart lnrots, by II7 feet Ia diepri. No. I I hing 31.9. 6i. fIel oit larnlt street, Ily 107 feet on Lrqnlsrtstrritt oltd No. Ii, having 31 feet ra Iirtlllttl r trrt ty 171. 3. 6. feet in lepth. liun It lt" 1. IllrilI by Sit Ibefore L. I"erand, Notary Puic ie 21lst Flebrllarv, 1837. 4. EtI, lots, N 3. 113, 15,168 1 8 I, 811,0 in nqtlar No. l4,ilsubultb Wnrlligtpa 3d Mlmiriparity. No. 13, forlt, lte rlrller ofietrellc and Urqtllllrt Streeto; moeasurin, 31, 9. 6. fort on orelth ntreet by, 1106, II. tee r o t Utilaharl trre, eard No. 14 15,6,167,,18, 19 anlld '2Rl, aehinoolring3,11 I. 6. fol front os Frenchl otreet by 10il, 11. ftul in depthi. Iltghlt frlo, F. tlnrthn and T'lht,. Itipleit I hv net larer lltfoe L. Fralld, o. tly I'tltlic, the 'litt of olbrtnor, 1837. ,. )n lot on Vnie street, near tile nwa Cntol, bought liom Giore Andrews, hy ,rivale nact. lirted tile 18th 91,,rth, 1837 Geo. Andoiroewa nl wrife naq lirrtl title froa N. Iluoies, Io tlis lot whicelt li,,rlill.cs 25 foeet rollnt on Villa street, beiweet Ie Fhuhhl inding ani Inalla b .dry b.tieell dniaurl, .t. Mary tted Delord, stalving 115 Ire n t dopth. forias adm Condilitiona--ao thlinr in cal;h and Ihe remuining woo Itirds of Ithe prire f eacrl Itrchase. payable itl and I oil onlts. Tite prtelbaser gvinig tin Ilte',t lthi oe good elnlor dr, uit ie o ortgogo retained until Oeittlliel piaylen. Srh."eto, of satle tt llhe tiertl Iblelfre" mlrty P'ubli, tilts Iurtllt r ll, i tilelI lI' Nt Iryn ters. atlli tile xpenses el Balkil , pire'lln [Iv Ic survevor, ift m~-eeearv. 112 L sira vetnliu i l,luiliill'a tinrier, & 12 heulCcs,A I. 'O lOlursedo 'itit, en nerlu d'li decret tis In enalr ie pnronse, pollr ln inrisose et vill e In No'atille Orle ads. n e n 11{111+4 I7I directiO'thl syn diec, Ic. PrI.tlertce etiivnrep, nunltuinu.les I"; uiabiell IdGetrge ilmlety a ct Lancienr: I. (lmnlre ults It lerrte,,ts 59o , fi 6t1t t 6e9, 6 itls ie | arrlltoll; Io,, 59el Gi;Imesiirnnt 2'5 ndl enJmque fae l cI rue lOnz- uer 15 piede ti prlfitletur; nos 610 Pt 6 ,. chariur. 25 piled, de I+itc,. A In rile Icerr;en, ur unr, - IeJtre przfin ( ir-naeII les lie C I'n te sant 1 tie-te tin L it ,, utn I't, l 15, no1 I nluurgi Wash iagl on, S3 n iplii', tnur I.entS itiIps stpmur,] re Muora.l tr Int el. Is Piort et Fcnliisnnd, siur l lOpieds en itrttfdtter-taectelt ie 1. H llrIit'gsberpar auct de vnunt'' Se~thers, li. pIuti. sle 8 hvrier 1837. 3. 5 Lolts dte erre, utui8, 9, It0. a It, duae tilet no V . , all Itinh.liurp WVnuiington, Mlslicipuailo no3,u. It I t Allets Ir, etlltiltgl 31 1. fl ur In isesMnPaini , entru Mbe Mrafea el UrIenhn l, onr I 7 Ipieds de proflndrur, lno I I nyot 31 ide 9A6 ser It rci. MNisil sitr 1117 piedi u ur la ruTe IJ(l thllrlt;t i n I2, l21 pitds actrln reiUr ES quhnr ntr 171 tied. luSe I g LIs cn. rtfllndleur--athe. tidn l I.1ietrlti, i-t. truni t.el-i-il li' utrand, t t ptublie In 2 fevriEvr 1Y87. 4. liuh lintti ns 13,J , ", i13 17. , nlP1 t 20 i uns 51t ,i 13 Ifirtneit i'tnittgtmttleetien rlte. des l'teu.ii et Ur n1 I tldllt me-l' nl'tl !. lli | 1Mr li t ur la ai de s Fry. S1 tll . i r Ic Iji; n 111, I eI c hi rc r l rlii Itjtt i r;c Inee ieu. 100 lid ie hitt n ia i re ti lt.n r 1116 l ie . ro 0t0t ctndni'evnt 1. Firc udtt ,,ii.h plhu , tel l teit 1'r 37. 300 5. Unl tneitelr n Inlte d In Vlfgl, unesdu nnuvea tlel , u, l I ntierlere Antlrine, r c,,r[ile lrinv. eni 2(i1 dont I n8 ntinre !8:17' Gnl.ge AInd new et n neporuol 100 entltlijrel IP tilhre di N I l oltne, netcs It i gn ut ,sle tr5" l 1i " dI s i " n ug, u i tle I I t i ue t an d larg e ri i75 eol tin ltt,.ate r, a i tl I 3 v IIIt' tie i-IIlftndeIt t:30 li.res a I; l i -,]+-s I'ae'(' r" i l llll- r -dou er . tit lP p Pd l .' 'vC" P = d+)8 t ,ln : lr'., I fit ,,,thnl, e ,, l.,s"1 ,l.a , i i ) p. u, 1. ,, , tie +tt .r ',itt jtts.p. d-v t-- n ! , .'l ll itlr ' IIrp ·I'I"ir. 91j Itii h h It'hI.tn iltritt\m, . 'us, te. pn""ll F 3 so1 '' 'o I, atse t i ville r n lt S ill, . 1'11,,, Ji·oi .. . .ti, 1 1 *3' 1 t 1 _'18- lc 3 111: It tee,,ý,i i.. -, " Innc ' l'0 ccl swo h, anl+ I I I tel-atot IIc II . P 1t 'll ' 11L "ii! 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Arddr' Ibox, No. 290, Post Ollice' j sn l O-- 1 8 3" I'At.'it Ot' I, t l:, I . PN i. o rt " Pal.elr aod CitY of Netr (.y f eOtleta: Preont thie nrlit or Chorlels laorill. JUdneg Jan. 91h 183 a o. 11409, Robt. Ingrolhan vs. bi, Cre 00ort.- 'Itheee. ion of omparty by ,p I Prtitiiner is noeeted by ith S('utrt fitr Ie be. lit o is creditorn. isois ordered th' t s-A ro id creditors do nmeel in the noffiee of }oraio .r 1081 Fqi. Not Pub. on Tou.dav, the o'l I2 .oy of 10a0v 1839, there oad then t, deliberate on thle afo ire of a e itluteret, aId in the llralltilmo'al proceeding aogainet Pe'his person and property i sten d. " i Extrret from s ite ,. iouteo-lilerk's OClr. Jen 9 O 183 jolt ,ll ABIIANI) lPIt OT ;ClesI N ,-IW BOOKS.-tith otI lthteBl, Legent of t. loeJ ee. hs the Htlls h of'Swaloo. Blorn,' 'Hos - Slhoe ttotinn t,' &.o . &o. 1ea rtols. .hl reraeived and "C.bn W t OlPt + ' lKEAN, jotlt ) o CamP & C'unsnron SIN

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