Newspaper of True American, February 4, 1839, Page 2

February 4, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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t"IW4RCIAL. M l Regelattua'. 7Te Greet iliarra M.alt ie closed every day at 10 e'eIbalo , A M-1s do' every day at 12, M. The tnra .Ail is closed every day at half jnat I0 & A -I, aue with the great Eastern Mii. Thi losbe A9 i (via C t La.) is closed A do' uesdays Tb i ay S atar. ikor Riser .MeiatI clsehed ever amd StA day.. at8 P M-10 Wt lymtm bj~ieia.in~ in wetqttee by eak teazehoato.-ýAffl?5 'Ireego. Sth' Ara or 'Co ,l Mail 1. doed ever Thsdcale lidey, at & P M-h meat cad `n termed y i.etearsbset Erellilast. !se Jhe adrig or Red Riser Meail aeseat irnegs. 1epy tsanuaboats. twins a week. Lasee DUcei. a bsolaa.e.............It WshlseIton im.......S Y' l. da..........7 ClacinSeiteJsdt..»t..... e  sde........... 7 Lol.selado.e.10 bidmn dee........... d at. Loslo.J...J. S ebo.&e . 5 .. lie.... eee Iroot, Nov.....S... . 3eosqs Cle)d o.....5. IPIsRINe .. 24 ........ It Haedis...... . 95 P4.K. O NEW ORLE,&NS. CLEBRAANCES. FobooftvpR 10. i lno btrlo, BoNrar. Bor Haere. I Croing C Sliqp .mm. Croweli. br Baltlmore, Gio lRedlbord 'lUk.H0l1thlldor, Haroetor Providence, s Muter Btri Rohord, R. CeI y Stopo1·.e o BMt. oaib, Melter hei r Ha.. Vaoo , ew York. Master iu nr oW tGuil. Mr.v, to aMobile, in bali.t, Dow g Mob, Pe t ouly. to MoLbl.le, Nto oahr EibebLo, Foyth. or to aotol. lheto kchr Herald, Rmel for Havan, D Martil I ARRIVALS. TAbi d Paoni, MIrti,n, from tlb Fo, towi tdrool, bro hI .boIht up shlp dNshlille ed bri Ornmalt. Loft N Ealr 4las.a m. bIN/ Itt igh iolnh iLt tle olog otbo sidl I' bir s .d 3 smll| vesll it tk tiver. To wbot Pilot ClIro. tfrom. aus, owh g nlog r toi n 'o i 6llidouoi and hark qoer Willams tluorned to obeity rile r .hip Pauline, ship Lqod. aud ship Cont.llotioll. LoN l Ber lit Ist, nt I p ot ropotl brig i t o.lSg; fothino new il the rive. Toobot Pot Boy. 1.imbet, fromo tbe Prot.; hwiel wmol doAwn lght; returoed to the citly with boork Caldonolt oald Ahr Laopwin. Left o lIt inst, I mt,repoorte Solpt in the 4dlm,. othing iew io the river. lShip tgode. Freeman, 21 day f Roostoo. toJ W tlliwell. Ship ContAoiltlo, Iloiad et, 3 days from Portlmouth, io Master. Mook CaledoAni, Inoteble, brd No r, from Liverpool, to latr Clledonlo, Billiongs. 22d Nov. from Wale, tO Mtero . 5elr LOpwiong, Smith, 0 dayl fom Hlven6. to elste1r. Ir s.ip Pauline, Gulgriot, 15 dyse from St Perre. Marti. ER, to. M elter. Skip Nahville, Wood, 23 dys froom New York, to A Cohon. Brig Go.is; Lemotot, 921 Jm, from Ch.rleton, to MaIster. Behr Sorb, Sawyer, fhom Tampa ay. In bsll. to Me2ter. loop Independenac. Gould. from Penteola, to Muter. 4 moorJhnb Jay, knaloo, from Fort Smith. moll.r Roekey MuOlllini, Gilbert, from Nohvllls, BMoaer Huntlsville,Jorden, from Iayou BSara. tumoer 1.pphbnoonnok, MoEverbart. loom Lolisille.. 'lowed dowl flatboat loaded wsib cattle. TImOTer lorim. Grifi, from Alemndrol. Steamotr Ellen Dooullos. Riley, lom VI kelerg. -Slteamer Pal Jones. Ekbhrt, trom Ceiolnalti. .tRomor Teobe. Chbuin, from LaTouroolo. -Rtomr MIormion, BSaley, from Cinloonld. Steamer Relinne, Scot. t1, from CinciOnnti. SItUmer Danube. WhittebO. from Cln.lontll. gooems Jobhu LnioIn. Klmboll, tom Alexondrio. Steamer Rodney. W lrentmore, from Lefnrehe. 8tOlmoer Penyvnlia, 1tone, from Louisville. 8learer Persian, Goeen, from Cincinnati. 2r.m.r 'motges, Wilson, from lbhul.. Iomefr Tridentl. llvlnilog, from Tobedoourtllo. tomer ladepeodence. Wheeler. from Cincinnati. 8t01ier Vilorio, B.rney, from Mlaloilt, Ohio. Flatboat from Viksbhurg. PFI1bot f1 om Ntioheo. EXPORTS. 0AVRE--per ship Charles-1331 his cottoo. ISALTIMORE..per skip Sbamo..431 hi. otion and hIx fao, OI bhds sular, aod 5yplon tad. LIVERPOOI.--pr ship Telumoh..1421 bhi cottot. PROVIDENCE..per bit llonndo..273 hhdl bhoeo, 132 LI. cottonl, 20 bl wool. SAVANNAH..pyr brol llherd..00 sIoclkst rtten 0ed. 105 b1.s milesse, 4211 lbo castings. NEW YORK..r chip Heore..14lS blhs rolltten. MOBILE..per o chr Pequot..50 tone pig iron, and 50 brit molarles, PENSACOLA..per ochr Eliabholh..410 bilo broad, 26 brit molonses. and 150 bs. coorn. .AVANA..per aehr Ileoald..410 brob flour, 500 kLgs lard, and t100 hs pork. IMPORTS. .bMARTIN1QUE.. per ship Psolina...mtll lot. dry good. Oearlhenwre, liqllors, perfumery, jewellIry, b*i'mpi1ne,0wordo; plolot Lhooushold tfurulloo 1t O lners on board. .LIVEROOL..pe.r hIrk Codeaiol...oil0. potatore and a1lt, lotlm.. and Mills, BI Hlolh nd co. a0d MItor. WALES-..per bork Cnldoonia-,I..e to Order. U AVANA..per mbr LIpwigi .ofOr. ugr, fritiL 4.e. It)TON..per hip Lagods..350llbtndle bay, lono. ptving stone, 30 brls Ianqs, and.t10 do be t ad mdse. IOiTBMOUTIH..per ship CoOI0SBko,411 tons ptinog Ilone. 40 toes bay, soal1. brlt potetos, to Captoan. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. troeoilele.,pcfr lteaesr Penoylelnie..'OO empty Brle DeU 11be a Aeomatal, 2 bundlos hooke Loong leldo 4" o. 100 brie lmrklFoolyth & Linaeriek, 411 bri Irk. 999 kege tard B W Mede & an,.,510 bri dfloor owners on board, 4 bones morcboa. 'dn LCLiteledeo. S '.l0lnnll...pe. r steamer Peeimn..41tR keg. lard Btetson & An.I 73 hhde. 3Obrils pork Ileas Brigl a co, Ol bhrli pork 30Sbnlt do obeef md pork, 51 bri whiskey Got Whitman, II ppeealed O laledo liquors l H. & W. Adeoen, l boem mr. £Landine, i trunk mld I boondle Prescott Joes & co,. I ck hamllslBnen 4 Avery, 0 hrlk eki.key J Yartl 4lco. 5o bille lour and 93 do pork Adaml 4 Hnrtlrrll, 9 brig pils feet Me Leard BSlgor.olne4 bri lard Joereph Lqtdd.A toe, lU6 Ibdl baon Ogdoen & Southate, 9 hOegs C eton, 14 Coes oad S borsoes oowners on board. elshal..per steamer Ganges..Ot bleeeolton A end J Dick S1o,14l do A anod J Daooidoen * so, IOI do eentet Farri day 4 oo, ddo Cootor t OGrdly. 9O do A Fuller a to.df do Bneboe.r ltoon & co, 45 do Webb Bell., S do W Bogert 16 r a White & co. 31 doRunk Walt 4t reO de Ngeont Toepkltn & Wat, 10 do J.e Cordoeo., 8 do RIIIee & Pinch, 5. o Meeorn " Fardo, 7 oeekL brndr, I do wne. ad I brl lg Jobs Fuore. Tbebeddovlle..per steelmer Helriaing..0 hbd su.gar Mar. til dPnetee rto, 99 bri Molaees Halrrison Clegg & oe, 1S hbde sugar 50 brim moinuel Pope Powera & to. Clcinntl,.per eer ee i tndependeoce. 195 brie pork, 116 do lard Dohbebl & Brown, 34 b nlde baoo, 973 bril pork, Oldo aird, 9 beollt do, 88 keglre do, half bri pork, 19 brl. eaecage .e1aSe II Lbde Leme, 6 do sloalder. 500 bri doner Mr Rie ee Iboerd. 95 brie wkilkey J R GrLbam, , brl metl aed buodle C.eM.eLck.lydo & o., 9 hhde betaee. 15 bos Itotco C E Doat, 761 satke torn Gedfrey Lawrie. E mell,74 hhd. bacon, 1 brgl toor.951 empty bie A J Wheeler 9 to, 30 bhole ot t.po borneow nors on bolrd. IJerltaOkbio..per stemer V'etoria..171 bril beef. 2do beet l/ateg J VYrihne o. 40 bris whkkey, 146 empty brie d' IBoothgto., 145 roo Jackintr yarn Walton & co, 3g Sber, 6 brig beeke5 hbde hems Joseph I.eehb. 7 bril bout Tho PoIrter. 14 beoos beef, 3 do tonuoe J LandSd. 34 brl toee parek. 4 dolard, 13 hdlebrl, o 5do ide, dre, do bwle A AJJ P Whitney; 4 brle dried beef J Goodli. 10I dote kbroomi 0 Dorty, 4 bhbd and S bri pigp rleet, 17 llf do Cot. roe ed Stidan, 100i bri dfour LoyriL Amelun, 154 brl peork 14 hbda jowl C BDrr.. 1I bale, Lottou Reynald Byrne & Eo, 4I do Wriht. 18 obrle beef, I hkde bkeon, end 19 hundle leaher W . Poynts. 3oopLcbioken. Ownera on board. Fort Smith..per statler Jokn Jay..k bit aottn Adams c Wbtelln, 0 do Brander. McKeee & Wriglht, 33 do W M .e0 do M Wkhite & o, 9 doel oneet liote., 73 doCopt eebvelle.,persr te e Rocky Moantaie..31 his oentto. llcohrd Pecl 93 do W Rogaor, 1 do Iennett, Ferrida7 &oo, 97 do A H Wllast t. 0o, 4do Frinreoe, Dolo ecrt. do A " J tliouieason co, o 0bdedt obaeto mad tl hri esr For netb & LlUmlLck, 5 hkbabore nd' tO britepork, M PHlcber. U bd tobeaco. 9 hlLde leon. n. 91brie pork, 6 ke lard. 17 eo etlnllg.. 4 plougk , bu bEook, Yeelmoe & €o.98 bbds 4Juao glad.o, Pollard. 4 co, *do Bote . Cinhewe. 4 do Addloo baro. 1 Lhbd bkoe, .POh. ylbamrell,, }od 19 bill pork Wm Grey. Uayea Sora..peratoet.r Hane.toe..t Ms cotleton A Lre. doeon eo.odo G M Leos, S3 do J B Polee.e & en, 33 do Lanmbtb & Tbeomlon, I1 do M WbheI kan, 30 do B Ltu dfmla I. do W Fl.wer, do Reyelda Byrn D i c. 13 do oder. 6 do.Týeylor. Goldnor eo, ?do Borke, Waett ca. d.On.ldwee 91g Hiekoy. ide Peyroau, Arriel do; 3 do J SLeere & co, t4 do Ae itardie e . * . do & Nodrio 4n. IeJuiepv ,.pr teamer yeppabaelek..90 hri goer A H WIItIA t ee, I9pair ellows Walton I. e. 100 dos biooen Jirb .Waterion, 39 brki Aellaw J Thyeor , e , 160 keLa Iu.aed 65leile whiekep Ploriee, 8heo.oo Rto. 4Oo9,0 0ej beg and rl kri pekle. 30 dos chirkeo, 3 do ttnrkeys, 4 seNke bope. end qo do oee OGneei o board, 1t ig nttonlN SJ Dick t ro, do W M HIl, do Hoboeea Gooah. 10 o Be ero t, Ferridey At, 8 do Ribl.ard Belk, 15 do Berke, .Wurt4"oo. , Aloaoedris..per teaotmer toam.. 119ble stton A Ledoe S.eo, it de A Mouren 4 o. 55 do LL Carponter,O 9 do Laem beth & Tbompeon, '6 do A lirer,.is & co. 8: do A Mouren V eo. 0 do Peyronx. Arcteul- & co. 10l' de tenoer, PFerridaye eSt0do Kinrkman, Abernlathy 4 1lanna, 81 d,, H White & eo, U0 do J Level ieh & co. 30 do J B Plouehuo y co, 18 do Fol. lain, BetUocq Dogilo,42 do Bowman. It doToylor Gardine & co. Vkkobarg..per eteaoerEllnt Douglu..194 b!e aotont Lyone, Harrist ao. 234 do Go DBergero,. iIt do Buikner Wenton & co. 2o. de N & J Dick Erco 37 do Taylor. GOrdinr & o.t40 do loheon r Gooch 10. do Hloboeew R&leoe. d40W oglart, 4 do Poyrou Arcltua l & i o, 10 do A W Oaoey Cincenlti-per t'r PaulJone.--il lken lard Mnhard & 8igrsol. 71 Jlos broeom A P Go.ae. 90 hbi floor Adaea & IlHtwell. 3 brlol b.eeJoae L.adis & co, 10 'reo-d kkd boo.e J Yeinrell i, 39k bri pork Oodee t BothOlat., 74 hhds baen, d dryse osd g brid wuepn..0 O brilg webikeye0yleeop ) doacn .:korycrto.tsOorsn m board. Leaouebo.b-pnr aenmar TTcole--. bkde seat A. VArret., Il bade elo Brneder, Mel(enae - k ribght, 00 i estta I I Sbidegagr, and $2 brie mells.,. A"oeceo bee, 27 hbole noe.aed 1 hbbde eaauer; W roeart I0ble eoitoeoJ B Pita. ' 0 sle . nten A ZivwairdIe, IS-do J Mets1. , 33 Ide stota pne--poe r Dant.e-1 bLede beaw J R Hlloa. 309 e 4 b e dge dad Iti babrte pork r W Daoe, d ·~lu etdJT beptrL AgO bil beta 16 U9rJ3bcsy;y tO brit lerd, Idldo pirk Nebrd iB -poe lemer Jobhn Lin eonS5 his roation J i Ite. Ill do Peyroee. Ac.k.l - co, 60 do N & J t1 3. do A Luan & ed6 5I Lambeth 4 Thompson, s o 1h & Sateerled, 29.0Tooddoeno,-75 do Kirkmn', Abe l &tby loo. do Aidre. Boower, 35 do ABteet. irldj to, 91do F.llie, Belloeq & Degelo., 33 do'B L.,e rhee.per e'r Bodnee-p5I hlde suger and '50 bld muee M rt i lenmoaea & oole3bri eoleoo.a . V Flowoo. Colsia. li-per st'r Mirmioe-..3 Lbde Maon and to brle O Tr,.W eoe.l.-orbeLpork and 06h bled. uoo, Oedca a Sothijes. 136l brlIse poLk, g hLp lakd, bidMend 4 Pigeoen. IPr bcr Soar J Vlrie and o, lotl kkanba aere on board. C.lbcne.-li--pr ee.ei Relboe.. I10 hrpork E W Dona 99 erpore.S nkdhde heau, 975 kegiodJ A M9 lt. 147 ldrli iLreOpdie tod etntete,4100belhrl Yolle id ia, I e Ddode. do brim .hiskeo 176 ken hlM i I odto C 1k. 5 baL·U·. Ijigs. mdbase J eor ' '0 eeboard a dr. fig' 99k plesser Ownrs om bend 1" -O" .YWi·, tM It F4ru-. by th. 1ev Abbe A4N4M 1 # .s N Um JQS WBJMU BAU e'Le,. I mSeep. a ha ob.. JPtt .?ZCe.ppu by J TAAYER&oCoiT4Peydrneg TROW AlDINURIAN O.1u1e . rf a in connection witl this O.lice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE uOR TER PRINTINn OF1 Patmph}t I Sm OLa ohek n SCia DU' i of lalingt n I e srietor i. als thton e And oweariy eawlpm otJob Work thai an D71'h. proprietor icepectllslly calia the Atteation of go the pkUlic to the above Card, and seanres them that re all work imtrusted to his care shall be doe at the short. br eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and ra at the lowest ratae, rh TIHE TRUE AMERICAN. T EDIThD Tr awr GsaEOlNv. hi FAIntT L ANWD SOLD. ti IVIEW ORLEANlt MONDAY, FEB RUARY 4, 130. " -n TEURIltE. EARTIIQtlAKE.AT MARTtIIQUE. si The Paulinti which arrived on Saturday night, ft from St..Pierre, (Island of Martintque,) which she p. left on the Ith inet.i brings the.unpleasant intelli. I gence, that on the I llh.a dreadful earthquake took It place in that Island. The town of St. Pierre has 8 suffered greatly, but the destruction has been far a greater at Port Royal, in which town the namber of victims to this dreadful calamity is not less than roen wurDara. When theaonuline left, however, the entire extent of devastation produced by the d earthquake, had net been accurately escertained. Hundreds of plantatione onthe Island hbd been * utterlyldestroyed, and intelligence of new disasters a was continually pouring into the town. The following is an extract of a private letter t from St. Pierre, tinder date of the I2tlt. The Pauline being ready to sail, I transmit you I in great haste, a few details of the catastrophe we have just-experienced. Yesterday, on the 1th I inst., at 6 o'eloc, A. M., a very severe shock of an i r. earihquake was felt in this town. which lasted , about five minute, with the sameintensit. Many I of our houses have been torn and sihtteren tia pieces: amon others two in the station in which we reside, two individuals have been buried be neath the ruins of the latter. At Fort Royal the calamity is more frightful; from the news received thin morning, we learn that the num ber of victier.s already withdrawn from the ruins, amounts to more than THREE HUNDRED. Near ly all the houses in that town are destroyed. In short it is esid that this unfortunate city ituearly entirely over whelmed and destroyed. To augment if possible this sad calamity, the yellow fever commits terrible ravages. Am ong other victims is Mr. Lucotte,aid.de.eamp to the goverror. We subjoin the governor's proclamation for a copy of r., which we are indebted to the politeneas of the French consul. 'I PROCLAMATION -OF REAR-ADMIRAL, o5 GOVERNOR A. DE MOGES. CITIZENS OF FORT ROYA.:- You have been visited by a frightful misfortune. Your ris houses are overthrown; you seek beneath their ruins id, yourperent, your children, your friends. France and the king will soon learn this dreadful i ealamity and will come toyour aid. Is In the interim, let at those whose courage dos not fail Y. them, who pase mealy hear and strong arms, unite with the trrion end marine to li a free posage to the waters, It, to open the streets, to prop up Illthe buildings in danger of •r fallint, and thus prevent new mottbrtunes. The asutanee of the Kiangt goerniheat, together with that g of the olony who haes suffered les tha, yeuaselves, will not " be wasting, and yout will succour each other with your accus toomt d generosity. Citirone of lt. Plrre:..I have this moment learned that your city hu suffered greatly it cemmon with other part, of . the bland, aslmy erfonls shall h exerted to aid you in sustain 'It log and repairing your milrortunes. Fon Royel. Jan. . 19O . Rear Admiral Governor- A. DE MOGE.. .| .Mississippi Senato.r. John Henderson Erq. was elected on Wednesday last, Senator from the slate of Mississipp!. The whigs have triumphed. Mr. Henderson is a sensible man, who will do credit to hiestate in the Senate, and he is a thorough whig. He received a majority of 5 votes over his comnpetinor;Col. Bingamen receiving 2 vote, and' Mr. Aylesburry 2 votes-all four whige, giving a majority against the loceo foco candidate of 9. The Legislsture have confirmed the appointment by the Governorof the lion. Thos. II. William. as arns. torfor the unexpired term. Hasing the majority, we must confess the whige were generous. WAsnnteoros, Jan. 24. A, number of memorials weae presented in the Senate, among which was one praying permission to build the iron part of two Ameriean steamere in England. Mr. Benton introduced a bill repealing the duties on salt. Mr. Foster's bill amending the act surhorising Tennessee to issue grants and perfect titles to certain lands, and to settle claims to vacant and unappropriated land, within the seame, was taken up.nn its third reading, and ordered to be engrossed. The y.as and nays were ordered, and the bill passed. 34 to 3. The following are the yeas and nays upon the final passageof the duelling bill in the Senate. Yess-Messrs. Allen. Benton, Buchanan, Clay, of Ky., Davis, Foster, Fulton, Hubbard, Knight, Linnt, Lumpkin, McKean, Morris, Mouton, Niles, Pierce, Prentiss, Robins, Robinson, Ruggles, Santh of Cona., Smith of Ind., Southard, Switt, Tallmadge, Tipton, White, Williams of Me., Yourig-29. Nays-Mesers. Brown, Clay of Ala., King, Nicholas, Preston, Roane, Williams of Mi-7. In the House, Mr.Cambrellitg, on leave, made a report from the eommittee of Ways and Means on the subject of finances. The report, after reviewing the financial history of the Govern. ment from its organization to the present time, mates that in ease the appropriations in the Harbor and Fortifications bills are made by the House, some provision to the anmournt of lIve or six millions must be made to enable the Treasury to meet the demand. The report was laid upon the table and ordered to be prined. L tie Caolp, Forresa, ulrlnr last week, went through the characters of Othello, Damon, and Claude Melnotte. We did not see hi- Othelln but were told that it was a fine piece of acting. Hi Damnon acss good. He played theSyrceusan plhiltr sopher as, punbably, no other can represent him In the manly scenes wher Ire ep.rko his indigna. tron at the grovelling and corrupt spirit of hisi coluntrymen, his enoucintiont we. worthy of. senn tor. And in the tender puasagee with Calanthe and Hermtione, he was generally subdued, but most natural in the expression of the emotions wlich the situations cell for. The scene with Lucullus, who has slain hi hnhorseclled frth those phveiral energies whiclh are so admirably developed in MIr. Furrests person. We think he oas greatly improved in his style of acting. There is I, as display of his unmatched museular talent, and more effort to produce effect, by drawing ppon'the sympathy which nature elicita. We look upon Mr. Forresat' Claude Melnotte as tile nearest approach to the chlaracter that we have yet seen. II he be sople what too robust ior the young enthusiaast, t.e ale. geance and grace of his manner make amplt. amends-.ud without any unnatural testing at passion, where paesinn should be pourtrayed, tire intensity of feeling mantlrs hrs face and breatlhe from his whole frame. The devotedresr of the me aennot be more aptly depicted. Flow besuti fully be tells his love and deseribes the imaginary castle by the Lakeof Coms. There is gentleness and warmth and the ease or a gentleman, there is nothing eld or engraceful in his manner. He neither hangs his head like a sheepish boy, makes one knee fall in love with the other, or keeps his itlade forever clasped in so agony of unfeelingnees S! =n we Aeveene it, he seems to liooe all thnhlhta If other beinge,and there is another existence thal no that of Piuline and-the gardener's son. It is a v poeturo of a lover who has prospered in his suit, a nod who for the first time feels the breath of love w epon his cheekf We admire the play, and we to admire the pre ont cast of it. Mr. Btr it'e D ot mns cannot be matched. We do not believe any e onslse can play it after him; and Mrs. Brrett's , Paoline is even better on a renewed acqaintance ot than rememb, red. She enters into the character, and is Pauline. When Claude returns and finds it her about to wed another to save her father's credit. he does not see her bedizened out with lace it and costly gems, but showing that she hasfelther g widowhood, and is about to sacrifice herself, and a if goes not coldly of even reluetantly, but abhor. rently to the proposed bridal. She looke heart broken, a monument of sdness on which notone I ray of genial ennshine plays. We cannot qlose this article without expressing the most unqhali. fled admiration for MrsGreeneo oWidow Molnotte. There is a pathos and a truth, a life.likenes in the mother, whicl find the way directly to the heart. The one burst of feeling, when Claude acknowledges his shame, and declares his inten. lion to bid farewell.to home and friends foreverv 'Claude, Claude, you will not leave yonr poor old mother; she will not forsake you in your sorrrw, no not even in your guilt. Nothing can divorce a mother from her son."-we do not hblievecan be surpassed. It is natural, and seemslte gush up t, from the fountains of the heart. We muat, en a paessant, pay a tribute to Mrs. Greene's Cal rth.": 1. It was the hest we ever saw. True, she did not ik look quite young and beautiful enough for the e Syracusaan maiden; but she made up for the defit or ienejes by the excellence of her playing. or In Naval Engagements Barrett and Franklin to" long and short," are very diverting. r, Lest evening, Mr. Forrest appeared in theG'a. he diator, his own part, in which, had they a chance, d. we r!o not ibelieve any can equal him. an The distinguished Tragedian J. B. Booth, will ra appear in the character of Richard III on Thurs. day evening next, at the St. Charles. Our citizens or will then hate an opportunity of seeing "*the crooked backea tyrant" personated by the only 0u living representative of that arduous part. he Madame Augusta arrived on Saturday evening, h in the ship Nashville from N.Y. She will appear an st the St Charles, where the most beautiful ed danseuse in the union will have crowds to greet ny her. For some time pant, "the temple" as the St t lCharles is appositely styled, has been doing a oh Ia ndld busineas. - TnarnatcALr.--TIo benefit of Miss Tree at re St. Charles, on Saturday night, was a deserved v bumper. That excellent Comedy the Honey Moon, was strongly cast, and never was comedy we will venture to assert, better performed. Tile Ju- t liana of Miss Tree was chaste yet full of spirit, and we have not seen her in any part in which she af. forded us so much pleasure. Caldwell played as well as he did when playing was his profession, t instead of as now, his anmpsement. Full of life and vivacity, correct and elegant, J is. S. raown, as Rolando, was deservedly oppinuded. Next to Caldwell we have scarcely known a better come dinn. His dress and address, his reading, his man. nerp, and walk. are all studied, but he has the art to conceal his art. We cannot however refrain from giving him one little hint. When sitting at his table in hia conversation with Et.genio. his position was rather indelicate, unintetrin ally ao we doubt not, but actors should always be careful not to offend modesty. Cowell and ltolland, by their d.olleries, as the Mock Duke, and the Coun try Bumpkin, forced even more than a smile from the foir benflleiary. Mrs. Harrison did Eugenio well, and Farren, as the Doctor, would have re ceived more applause had his tights been made acquainted wias the darning needle, but the truth is, the audience were alraid to laugh or applaud too loud, lest the concussion ocooasioned thereby might have shattered hits nether integument stilt Sonser than it was. OI the other actors- we shall speak when they denelve noti e. LTTEaRS FRO.t THE COAST.- e publish to-day the 8th letter from the Coaat. Tilo plcreding nnmbers have been characterired by much prneti. cal.good sense, and thtee is muclh food for relier. lion in the present; but we think the writer Is ocensionally too speculative,and takes his subject by the wrong horn. Our own opinions on the principle of free banking have been pretty fully Sgiven-indeed so fully that we do not feel inclined to repeat them here. It is a system which if pro. perly applied and guarded, must tend to the pros a perity of the country. It will make money more acsceessible to certain classes in the commnunty than it now is, and will place men more toi an equality in the various ramifications of trade and business. But it must not be suffered to run wild. Certain restrielions are necessary to constitute true and rational liberty, and so a guard is requisite to render the system of free banking void of those tnoxious influences which excess might induce. The principle is a plain one. The slate muot be secured. then issue her bonds, for which pro erty is pledged, and banking is done in the regularly way e by the individual or associations who Iave taken out the value of their capital in bonds. Every man cannot bank, nor can he become Itos own b onker. No banking aholuld be allowed on a capital of less than $200,t000. The charter should provide against all offences, a0o0 protect its provisions. The letlers of our correspondent have been read with interest; will he continue theol.? SThe meimorial of the inhabitants of the Se cond Municipality to the Legislature, against the law introduced by Mr. Hoa in the Senate, is at our Reading Room. where those woo have not yet signed, are requested to call anld do so. The Plaindealer which disappeared at the com menne 'tent of the late pressure which tie coon try has just weathered, we hear is to be revived for its former editor. Wm. Leggett, who has re erived the chief clerkship in the navy department. Mr. Leggett has written some clever naval and other sketchres and is in the main, take him oil in all, a clever wriler; but he is one of the most un priacipled politicians and veriest loco foeon that ever walked on two legs. We do not wish him success--he is altogether too much of a radical for us. and unless a radical change takes place in its principles, we trust the Plnindealer mnty "bte born again" only to die a second time. A4 narrow escape. A broker and lottery ddealer ton Campatreet made a narrow escape ye.terlny. During a walk down Tehnpiroulas aerrer, from Lafayette, he wascatlsed to turn around fromr a 'lhue and cry" behind him, only in time to defend himselffrom n rabid dog which was pursued by a crowd, and which snapped at every thing it paus. ed. He interposed a slendereane, which the dog imtmediately seiaed hold of, when the dangerous anim:l was shot down from the crowd. Th'lt gentlemitan was nlmost na nIuch in danger frotu the ranldomn sht as frele the tmad J.Ig. LETTERS FR ,tI THE CJo.t'T.-?No. IX. Free Banking. We discover that you advocate theysrtem of Free Bankng in this Stute. It is a sahjrct of tmIch impt1r tanee, and if properly organized by the legirlntere, it a system that mtst pave extremely beneficial to the peopleat large. We have nut the Naw York law he lore us, ineither have we had an opportunitv o xan.i, lg it in its detsils. And what we shlall tffer on this head, must be con idered pretty much as thle result of our own reflections on the subject,-And if it shall lead to any practiena or isetu, hints on free banking, we salel reatsatisfied with the result. There can be no queslion. that if banking is found prfitaible to an ic.,rporated few, the citizens aof the comnonity generally, have a rielet to tit tartetciate in it beeefita aso for as is t:oneistent with ptblic safety. As banks am constituted at present, however beneficial their operations in a eonlmercial point of view, it can nit be dented many atendlat and unavoidable evils ac company their oporationa--euch as volunttry cnpaa siaoos and fereed entcraetion;--the undue favouritiam exercised by directores either in their own persons, or in the case o: friends. In the inequality of dlaeounts in fa. our of large dealers, to the eaney asupply. or exclusion of the emaler class of buaineeo enen. We do not blinve the beanks gudly of all the ehsrgesalleged against them. We have much of the complaint againat,aed thebra ao of bebnk, rises with disappointed nppligoats for leans sod othere favours. We aleo believe it impnessible for any institution, however well sconducted, e avoid etteplainte ofthislclancer. But, we must also lbe peetitted to declare our belief, that where complaints of this kbind havesolong and universelly prevailed there must h6 leet grounds existing, to a greater or lass extent, for thetrftoulation.-No question can e "entertainad that ig iocomloroted monied institationa .lead to inj.iioateno nopolies, and a few wealthy man participate in ad antage. that are denie ud or wittheld front tlea gnat mala of thei people. We bold two I , ie tae for onin tie hundred dollars o. an incortlorated m.tituti.n, and we hold another on our neighloir for one htudred dol t, hboth pinromisiag to pay on demand. W hkeep theti w Il tor two yenae nod then preseni them tor poymeril; N our'neighhor we demand sixteent dollars Ior inteet at eight per rent pee norum. While fiom the ban, all we can by law demand, is simply the ailounot oa ttes i notes. Tihus, tibe stockholders of a bank, can irculate their notewrto any amount, th my enn issue with saeity, g, and he liable to no payment of intereet. 'hey pat a salary,rild r bior pnurhsne landvand give their no ae in payment. These anotes a received and transferred, without a demand for int.est baing madehe the holdie If a hank, note was dated;,nd Ipecifed' ineh I face t hat it lore interevat Im date, so that every year it would grow lrger in amount, and when paytnent was de.. matnded,if it·eould not he met, the private property of each mtockholder should be liable for its rldenltltion, then an incorpornted company would have no advooi tagea over their fellow' itinenr. Suppoee a citiztlt of the State makes punrhases of reale rette, or Ibuilds houses, andl pays o in his own notes. due on demtn d his pater may paw through maily hundred habes, and may remain out for eeveralyer, e when it in finally I presented fbr payment, it isfound at has grown larger every vear in the holders hands, and when liqnidated it hae tohe for the iull .mount of principeal aid inteuest? I Now, under a republican form of government, what right has the legislature to grant privileges to one clam of citizens in a corporate capacity, that it denies to the private citizen, who haus tn bearallhis proportions of the burthen of governmenl? What right has the legis laturein a free communitv, professing to live under eqoual laws, to declare that fifty or twenty men united, I shall have power to ciraulaeu their notes free of interest, and Ito hield thlleir private property from all liahility for the, ultimate relemption of their notew? What right hao the leislature to pass lawn for the benefit of one class of citinen, while at denies the same privilege to antlher atid much the largest class? What right has the legis P lture to draw distinctions in a freecouetrv? To build a up a monied uriatocracy over the Iends of the mass oi the people? .has the legislatur canonot now undo what they have itnpludently done-as they camot annoul existing clhur tere, let tltem alplyv the otly available remedy; and that is, make Iankiig perfectly free for all who have the means and choose to emnhtrk it it. 'lhe great object ia free bnnkine, is to rigidly guard against two evils, viz: the Ibia .itredit of the Stlte, and the dlnger of Iose iy the bill holder. To ecuel' both -,f these cbjeets, the etate shouldl have stlruck off honds, or bills 'if sufitiet it.,mmnttt in ouIily the de m.tdl of purchaters, in sizes varying from 21 toiii $ 0i -and lllve iltem eduase ! iy thte ie isuror t the state, while ie face of thetm shold cutain it pledge of the filth of the State f,l, tllheir ultimate redemltiont 'Thlis pledge woull oecore the holder of the bills gaianst an possibility of loot. Beftorte h bills are sold to indi. viduals for b eking purposee, let the State be well se. s cured for the umount, either o nourtgae on real estate to double or treble the amount, or in the Iayment of the sumn, obtained in current money. Thit Etourse would y aecure the public credit of the. tate. Under these cir cunistaneuOs, the only person who could possibly fail would be the flee banker. Fm tim b.It holderatid the State would be perfectly ecure. 'The free 'banker ir knowing that ha alone, in hin private fortune, would be ireponsible for results, wotld be mote cantious and prudet titan eny board of directors wnould possibly be. Knowing as they would, however tmaneh favohtised their if eustomers might be, tad he.eover reckleoa their inan ugement anl uncertoin their results, their private 'or tas would be saecuie under the worst cireuotalances of the bank, wllieh seems tn live on without a -ul.- Not sn withl the flee banker--he could not lavish his private itrluiie on favorites. He might loan small sume to the hurd working and laborious classes around him, d who would be excluded from the diteouitn of n bank y hy, its techlnica; forms Anl hvilng a soul, a living prlneiple tit guile hen, by intim tely knowitg the eon. is dntioei nd eireumstaotees of his neighbor. he could ec ý. tend indulgelies to him, in trying situatiols, wherein the bank, bh its suolass aid irotm rule, would fores pay id ment. and crush and ruin ito debtor. For, ie tt remote F. beredl, thut mong ltheir other enclusive piviletces, they ihave loave grntted t min tit ,ollet their dlbt, Ibv the tneot summtmry methlod--while if they hecime debtor. a, and a citizen in forced to ue them, it maust be by the Smost circuitous rotle iand -toi- delayv. Again the free fianker could not have it in his power to convulse a whole State-to cripple trade, ald spread panic fears, like incorporated hanks With the ,lttor, the fear of a run is forever befire ther eyes, be;ause they always have a vast amount in their ciroulation greater than their capital tock paid in, or specie on hand; consequently, if a run i, made they hove tnme diately to contrast, srll in theirdlbtr to meet their ills, tefore their specie i exhausted, or do what they some times resort to "auspend." Now this could nort happen whith the f ea honker. 'The hill holders could make no run opon him,becau-etheywoul look to the atatef ,rse curity and not ino h m Heawould havento mtivetoreratlt to undue explalsion or contractionr, even if lie had the power, and his influence wa+ exrrtle at all it liis way, it could at Ihe worst only act locally, and not involve a witole Slate to tae -erious loss of boll, the in anoeot and cuilty. Even if the Slate contained 1000 free bhakes,they cl uld not he brouglt to act uficienat Iv in concert to produce the sad d casters that so frn quently follow the action of incorporared.banka. The free hunker would fear no run, and wouhl have no just caunt of undue contraction t n the contrary, the care to be exercisedi n tie man~aement of his own f orlune. would rcqoir- h'm to he very pnrdent in his fiscal e Sratious,; feel nrg satisfied, as he would, that i: hiis hialnok in ' opralions nliscrried, he alone would justly suffer for his own imprudence; white the !'ill hoI der t.nl t St te would both be exempt f onr all loss by hin fail are. No manl, not net of men, ogllt to h oa .empe tent to managyr a man's financinl ff,irrs as he is hinmsef. No hoard-of directors re,o n a cale aompenlatent to di. recl his "peltanon in his business or mni d oai lffilirs on he is. We always fi'hlt t the conlnity oter les.ns,td individlals are mnos prntmrout. wheU ltly are left inl't free to manayge thcir rwn ftr . When they are made to feel aoot sensiblyl the repon-ibiilty of pro;dent and just conduct. lterpor.','d intiretiuons eao only dispe.sIle e I veorn at beer. The city or town in which they are tIented snei toenjnv t entrlynll their sunahine, twhile the rtent ma·si culttrvolie the ,iln , or e-i, In 'Ion alt mehentol it treds i trhe intltritor, see n o he feetunally excaldedl roan their no rtoncae. ''hiu would not ble he ease under a r ystemn if free bkacking Free haolker w0 pulid spigto .ip in

evern pnri-li in he ltille. verv eretl td1Id n+ih.h Iturhlnol totItnlll shre i tile heef:litt ,f lhPe n-tem. T'!he mnll cltivator, the hlrd-wl.trkltne nrelrtllin, Y the la ines allo n ill ,nll mteants tl hir lIt t cast Sin ony part o, the laen P It nlellt, he 'iwould stoni a Schanoe to have thor small Ioane he nrredll o carry on Itis husineno prottperousl, supolied to him. The small cultivator could eel a few hundred a dolnra--the mechanic his lirti supply, and ilhe induastrious maerch t his small hbt nvP.essay f ci. lilies. And the free hanklr who twould make tIese loans to his nelgh"ono's, would e Inear them, and understand the stouation of his debtors so well that he would find them lully nas safe to his bank as the ineerporated banks would find the mammoth dehbors whom they have favored with millions. y The eourse of exclusive banking institations is like the course of an irregular and partial water course, whose stream is contracted and rapid in some places, while at ither timnes and in other plce,rit it subjec Ito swell and overflw is banks, leavini a deposit Io rich mud on the fields ef the It rth laudholder, while its torrent hasaweept away t.I llte rontrtes of the poor that stood in its way. Or It is like u partial summer cloud that peurs out its rain on those fields thie snlffer least, laovinc the yvegentioa on parched fields to perish for the rain that is wasted on more rich and ftrtunate farms. The universal spread and disperlsation of the ebnetitS of tree banking would be like the rays Irotr the full disk of a warn sun, that would shed its heants impartiallv on all alike. The rich and t the pour,ihre er'ile and strrils a il, the widersread fields ll vegetiein, the hieu, nd thep low, rhe hbusy town lnd r. m ' i .onrlntry tiarish, o",oCl I I I1 its vivitting rnor, and p.rlltiloeo in its lenefitl. Ol one thin r we feell contfident, iif ha kln is allowed at all, and the ,pli l ol our republnIt' an illln of SovPrteroot is carr ed Ol, it ean only exist na an institutlon free to all. The strongest opposition to the adoption of free d hankelll by our leglslature, will peroenly clOm fromn, thoe interested slsul way in the ilcorporasted b banks now n to exitence. Astlrhe will naturally supplse n law of tllis desriptton oould cur'all their prolits But tht s interese ed oppoitmln should not prevent the legislature Irom cllrroitng out the splrit of .ur froe inlsttutlins, and adopting a sye. itet, that mlust prove so bendeicial in its results to a the state generally. SYours, espectfully, A [For the True American.] HOUSE. OF REPRESF.N'I'ATIVES. Wednesday, January 30, .J3). Severnl mineoiialsand bils were pret sented, reed antid ref, rred. On motion of Mr il;ion, the rules were dispen sue wiilh, nnd the bill relatirve to the Plice Juries in the Parish of Lafourche Interior, as toaken up, pnosed, and se.t to the Senate. The hill for a general system of Internal Im: provemenl came up the first in the order ,i the day. \Ir. (C. M. Conrad moved II r, fer it sea spe. seal comlnihtee. This motion was leka'eld bh Messrs. Davidson, Brashear, and (;Geinnie, eaginst the motion; and Messra. A. D. Conrad and Muse. in its favor; and the question being put the mlutton was lost Mr. C. M Conrad thereupon moved t. lix the ball for the special order of next 'I uradreyi iwhich nmotion was e;orried. The resol tunse from the Senate relative to the Nationall Currency, and a Balnk of the Ullted Siltes anme next in order; and were, aller n long siltilg and some debarn, passtd, by a vh e o1f 2 to I I. The previous qlueston being lirst carried, the utre on the final adolplin stood Ithes: A)ra--Ballo, Bowry, BrasaMdar, Braux. Cini horne. Conrad CM, Conrad D F, Cousin,Decliuet, Dunbar, Esateven, Fprlier,Gniennie, Garei, God. bury, Gulon. Ltfores, Lavergne, Lewis, Lockeltt M.trgan, Muse, Phltlps, Packet, Provras, Pulgh, Patten, Rogels, Thomas, and Wmnchestet.-- 9. Nas--Bclkamt, Holmes, Kilhan , M. iultre,Mon. trn, Morse. Preston, Rattiff, Trep gnier, Wads worth. and Wtlreu.--II. r.1HE POLISH ORPHAN, or Vicissitudes-A tale Sy the nulthor of the Swiss Heiress. ju-t received jndfr3 sale by A. ' CI WAR, jau n30 49 Ciamp t FOR NEW YORK Thie Ne York and Ane Orleans Line. . i- Pnenaeueraby he ship ItM'UIILICAN 9 , will pea hb on loard thi afteroon, I ran L dav) at 5otclnck, at which hur a steambotdl wit l alocgde to take her te, en. 't'helretterhugwill leave 1heoffire ofCtfe cenei.nee. NoC6 Ctintnp, at hiaf part four. te4 072'rac packet lshp NASHVILLE, is new dimehat ging herr rnrgmoppositr tle Vegetnhle mar e. Co igmees will please attend to the rc'eiviug of their go.ide. A COHEN, Alent, K felb4 9o Cammon at L ICKINGC-5 bblo, contalinig 64 doz. eath, and I12 acoscontainiug 2m dos each Dnnlep'a paste hlaeking, landing froma hip Nsnlvihle, for sale by fel ISAAC BRID(LE k Cc,13 SMageinea Hat H 'VA NASEARS--t pOina.mpe H 8vana t amt e I for salbv IAAGC BRlIDGE &e Co. fe4 134 Magazine _ t. Sreenam of vary ine penglih cloth paer, 0 by 45 inch.. 32 by 45 idch., .end 36 by 4E inch.; a aoprior article. Also, g ee Day N Mati, pet blacking, Tfor ale dy DIAVID FEILT & Cm,$4 Chartre at r 64 l N? Staass Hall S OUllhS Medical Bs-k-Ilaom an Mlt*i;d. o on bloodlettilg, anew supply, ree'd by I fel A TOWAR, 49 amp t BOO'I'SS, lH tS, BRKOGANS, &c.-48 caes va rious quoalitieas, for gniimisen, ladies, imnsles, boys, youths amtd children, forsan l by fe4 ISAAC BRIDCGE Cm,13i Magazine at i, o LOTHING-13 cas aeannomble Clothing, landing t rom ship Nonantunm, for 1v by ,r e4 ISAAC BRIDGE 'Ca, 134 IMagazaine at MAY3RALTY OF NEW ORLEANIS. TfHE prhe am frnh flour to-day is $7 75 perlmarreal 1 according to the tariff; the hahera shall give du. ring the nsauing weak (free Monday 4th int3.) 7 non ee of mmad for a bmit. Bread of the second quality i renuired to weigh 2l per cent. wore. via: 46} mncei. e (C. GENOIS, Mayor. IJCURTIS' dmniralty Digenst- Iligeet of cams in the courts oi Admrilty In Englnd, in I vol. ,8oi, ust receiend and for bate by - fe4 ALEX TOWAR,49 Coampe MIIUULIVR,.Y & ,ilk W.rren-A Treatire on the , Mlberri and "ilk Wormw. rmnnslatd frmn I' e l'hien-.se, I veol,t'eSm,jut received ad for alo at the Bookntolre of A TOW\R, te 1 49 t'ame at ) p EEF -Hall'barreIr mere nad prime, at the imspec i tiol. in store, for sale by G DtRSEY s e4 44 New Ltvee E`LOUR,.-850f bils landinhfrom ateanmer North Star i and for ale by ti Dfl).1 Y, te4 44 New t.evee TO lEI UKA\VWN TO-OIuttOtUW. The following are tlr drawn numbers of the Louis iano Lottery, Crase 43, for 1839: Ticket 17, 63, 69--package No 1199, entitled to the nld copital prize of Sh0t dollars, sold by Schuyler. br her, 10 Camp st. The holder is requested to call at this olca and receive his money. 34, 42, 55, 63, 69, 17, 50,3, 4, 23, 19. 52. $19,000 CAPITAL PRIZE. LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authorized by Act ofLegislature. Chapter XLIII, nested March 21, 1823. Class No. 44 for 1839. to be drawn on Saturdey, Feb. 5, 1839, at 5 o'clock, P M. st the Exchange Hotel, St. Charlee st. D. S. GR1E(ORY & Co. Successors to YATES MIINTYRE k Co. 78 Numbers-13 Drawn Ballots. GRAND SCHEME. Prizes amounting to " $189,070 Tickets $4 00 Halves $'2 t0--Quarters 1 10 Package- of 25 tickets for $110 'Prrkraes of 25 half tickets $59 00. Packares of 95 Quarter Tickets ior $25 t10. For Packages or single Tick- : enlyv at I). S GREGORIY & Co. the Mnanners office. feb4 35, Canall street, tt. t to ct'mp or THIS DAY. 10,000! Capital Prizes T,.k,,ts only $300 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drawing of the Grand State Lottery Class 9, Extra. 4, 43, S0, 69, 36, 56, 12, 7, 38, 55, 63, 24, 17. Non 4, 29, 37, the Capital Prize of 118,000, was sold to lI J N 1ardoza, a merchantof this city. CLASS No. E. Authorised hv the I.egieslotre of the State. To be drawn 'Phis Day, Feb. 4, 183,1, at 6 o'clock, P. Mi. at shtibop' He,tel. e It)AVIt &CO, 1lasagers. 75 Drawn numhers-12 Drawn Hallots. Splendid Scheme. 27 814 Prizes. amountmi to $135 528 Tickets $3 00--Halves I 50-Quarters 0 75. Packaces of 25 Tickets for 75, warranted to draw at leest $33. Paekages oft5 Ialf'Pickets $3150 wer raeted to draw at least $16 50. Paeksgenof 25 Quarter Tickets $18 75 warrantd toIn draw at least 8 25. Ear packages of single tik*'ts, apply at the MIANAGERS' OFFICE. Febl 16 Chartres at SCHOOLI BOOKS1--Blank tooks, paper of all kinds ink, quills lind a general nscortmnent of books, snil Ile for country merchants, can he had on .aod fterms at A TOWAR'S fe2 Bookstore, 49 Camp at -1.(tCKS \ T'lhEIE'IECE.-Jaut apened at iII Chartres st.,2dozen warranted 8 day Timepieces, ca sunperir article. Please ,all atnd exnmine thle al e. N. B. Clocks,'imepieces, Wetcles. Music Biexes, and Jewelry carefully repaired, and warrantrd; charges Smloderate, fe2:5t S ALMON'--25 r herrels, 50 eighths and 200 kegs b. salmon, landmn from ship Charleston, for sale by f.eS _ & P WIIITNF'Y. 73 Comp at 1 LtL)TIIIlNG--I1 caere, comprioiog a genr.d. .s ] sootTnett iof Rlllllldelots, Pantaloons, Vests, f Shirts, &c. now landiT and far sale by jlO I BRIDGE & Co,'134 Mgazrinest JAPERi! PAPE'R--Inst received at 24 Chartres;i I 8O0 reams Blndvwine letter paper, blue & white 2111 " Hubllarl's do do do dro 10 11 I)t D Amces do do do Ido 501 " Iludon'sa do dto' do do 500 " fne & sllerfine cap thlue & white. Part of the ab we are plain and part rule], together with a good aesortm,,nt oflarge writing papers, each as 1tlio pot, dleav, mredium, royal aod surer royal, blue d and white, fir asl on aceomtmodsting terns, hy DAVID FELT & Co, N Y Stationers Hall, J a8 24 Chartres at n". UN N Y B LtlS--15T Gunn BAge in eros, for Eale, 51 by CitAMPLIN & COOPER, k jae8 82 Julia at S 7 INE-150 boxes Claret and Sauterne Wine. in VY storeand forsales.by is jat8 CHAMPLIN & COOPER,82Julia a I PPER-P-IE bars i to nr end foIrle by i, jn28 J THAYbER & Co,74 Poydres at er (ORDAGE, b c.-100 coils tarred Rope, assarted S/ sizee, from 2 to 6 inlche.' Spnyarn and Ratline Sstuffs; also, Deep cea and alaclead lines; Rigging laetler, &t. for sele by ' jell READ & RARSTOW,7 Bank Place ) AALE ROPE-201 coils Bale Rope, of superior I i quality, for sale by jn29 ISAAC BRIDGE &Co, 134 Mlagnzine at S'IOAL-276 tons of the hest English coal,well suited J for estam bolt uo, on boaerd beue Abeoas, from New rVatle, for sale by HO)LIMES & MI.LS, 1a ja29 Bank Place OTATOES--100 b rrelsIn store ndor y . jL9 kCHAMPLIN &COOPER, 8l2Julia et 4 R--200 kegs Tar. in first ate order, lor sle by Sjae9 CIAMPI.IN& CtOPEI,.8"Jualiast ON O)N otonnrd li!,arv editions, of -ere-e and Svalulable works, fr male hby the subscriber: cOhSsls'TIN OF THE Works of Willijm Congrve, in 3 vols, do Shirley, dramatic and poetical, 6 vein, do Shaorohtory. in : vals, do Oneaontono & Fletcher, 14 vols, do Ovavy. in 2 vole, do Hooo, 3 v"ls, with an account of his life, liv unlenv Mcklenzie; do Sir Willam Teo ple, in 4 vole, do Enn ror Julian., volt, do FIelding. Ito v ol, do Roco, Leo Xth, 4 vole, do Lorenao de Medicis, 3 vole, do IRichardlsnn Clarieoa Harlow, 6 vula, do Sir ChIarle (Gradlion, 7 vols, In addition to theim above, a large collection of Len dot edition scarce works. WM M'KF.AN, Ja2l corCamp and Common sts TMBR;.LAS. 18 ca0e0 mantua silk Umbrellas, large sizes, reeeiaed from ship Mersey, and fo nalto by I BRIDGE l co, dl3 134 Magazine at H Y--40 4110 bales Hay, 200 Ibarrels potatoea, 20 M flet lumber, landing from ship Hanover, and for sale by LEVI H GALE, je'O 93 Common at GAS DEPARTMENT, I Gau Ligh, Bestin Comp'y,Jan.ary 30, 1839. SOHl ot.ek oCoke r behing mush reduced ttis Coet e pany will funrish Pittoburg Coal, in small quar. titiev, to ttelr eustomere. Orders received no the Gas Oifer, Bank Alley. joa31 EW WELLS 9ee'y' 1 OAP-300 boxes Goulds' and icobbin's No. I soap in storfersaieby " J THAYER&Co, feI 74 Poydraast TblER--W ASHINGTON-GUARDS N ew Orleans, Feb. I,t. 1839. A TTEND Monthly Meeting, 'THIS DAY, the 4lh inst., at 7 o clock, P M, at the Armory. By order , f Capt. Honey fe2 S M CIOOKE, lt Serg't E'LEGIANr BRt)OCH E- Wiliam Bell ha. trees at., has this day received a small assortntan ol large enauo.elled and mosaic breastpins, set up in the modorn style. fe2 LEFT at the subscriber'i store, No 4 (.hartre ., about two weeks since, a small package, an. tilin a box uof razlors, seven in numte.r, two boae. per. ,uosiotn calos, one brasn lock. The owner can hive theta by piayig for thisn adverti-mnnt fe2--t E STl'OW &t 0, 4 Chartre st A SITUATION WANTED-In a dry gondn or grocery store, or a Hnoel or col.e louns, by a young geatleomn bwho inas had eonshlerbleeapesnnce, and an coneo well roeomm.eded. Address J. C at the Post Oliice. He is willing to ngage to realin duriog the summer. Toe2-lI OWLFTT'S Interest Tablet-Foastr's Rtookkeep inK Bennett's do. Hi.te' do. Expeditious MAeasurer, and Edward's Bookkeeper's .Atlae, reeived and iar tale by A TstWAR, fez 49 Camp at 4S1LKE I -l-5Abh bln I rtifhid, laudipg trum steam f boat Columbus for sale by ro ' G. DORSEY, 44 New Levee Cann a StI. Theatre. Suith night of the engagement of the celebrated MR. ED)WI\ FORREST. THI. EV NING, El.4, Will be perfo ned the Tragedy of K! G LEAR." Kieng Lear, irt FrreCst, Erdgar, ' Flrcderi,!iek Kent. Johnon, Cordella, Mrs Barrett, Regan. Greene. To coneltde with the lauglhale Piece of THE WAGS OF WINDSOR. t Loonte, Mr. Greene, Calebtootem, Johebnson Joltn Lump, Brwn, h ace tc;ayloie, Mrs Grene. H5 p IENISII WINES FOR SALE le 41 bhxesHckhahimer, 29 do Niersteiner, 28 do Mnrkobronner. II 'hese wrines are not lending loim brig Alesander -from Bremeno and have been selected with, particular care. by eetners at Frankfort, Mente and Cologne d anl Sing extensively with thin article for this country. On every bottle a neat etiquette is aeited, showlec quash a ty, year ofgrowth and bearing my name ae importer. end I.Unrnntee the genuineness. a j6nt ABhRAHAM TRIER, 34 Graier at Siy REN'T'-A office on the second floor, neoupied g y Masers. Kelly, Harris & Co. Possesrion giv en on the lot Februonry-applyto aI o W PRITCHAKRI& JO TAGERT JR, jSi6 eur Povdlre & Meaazine at ret DACKEKR WANTED-A fhet rate Packer, well ren l 1 commended for ability and steadiness, will find n- employment on applleation to B IlkOWER &Co, in l5 -17 Camp st ACKEREI.-200 berrels, 101 half barrels, and 50 Sqr barrels, Nos. 1, ,and 3, Mackerel. in store for isle by ja24 J T'HAYER M C.o, 74 Poydrtn at . . FEI" UbIAKS-i( do. pilme green H.o oe.u Coffee, l 0,00H ivaenat Cigars, Inn lne frm berq em Ro er bhe Williame, forsaloe by JOSEPII COCK YNE, 0e juo4 25 HIrevier at the 1 OAP--800 boxeP No. 1 and extra ,a,, b anlds Jan. lt Gould,Jacksoen "' Trowbridge, Geooge IlRobbin. Sand i H olerlon; Itr sale Iby c- jn4 ISAAC BItliCGE & nt, 131 Magaine et e IfOCOl)FF")E liH)Le. & It I RN-the ehubterihber I hove just rceeivnd a Icare as.ornemlnt of Glaes tar Tumblers , Itperetrr, Sngar Ilowls and silve, pounch Ladles hnd todd ly spoons. li ll ( oilAr fir sale low. see jed2 H IROR(ISEIt & ('. 17 ('amp as - oi. O E.diiton, sof otoaord works, cia eri iing of is- I the Memoir of Cradock, literary and miscellaneous, S 4 volumes,. he do Nepoleon, at dedicated to Montholon Go r G euronud, 7 rvol., at do Phillip de Cominee, 2 vole do C.Ounl de Ormmonl, 4 vols, do Gibbon, 4 vole, do Cortherine 2d,3 vols, do Gruilford, do Sir iudilev Nnrth,, do Sir John Nord,. , do Napoleon, byW H Ireland, d.4 vole; ho do Napoleonby Savary, Duke of itovigo, P in4 vole. In addition to the above. a large supply of standard ES works, iout received, for *ale ly ja26 WM McKEAN, cor Camp & Conmoen at ALCOHIOL-I2 barrels IBoton Lhn.trntor pure Alcohol, now landing frnlo ohip Cobimbiono, and for sal by JAIIVIS & ANDIRK WS, jolO cor Common & Teopiloolno eit ~AL ATS- 0 cnosks Saleratuoo, in otore, and or msrle by JARVIS & ANDREWS, j026 cor Comm'on & Tcboupicoolonsi 0 : HITE LEAD &. LINSErI D ')Il. 5040 ksen o ure Philadelpii While Lend, 50 hhld. Fnelinh !iomotd 0:I, 10 casks Dnueh I.ineed Oil, fir onto by JARVIS&ANDREEWS, WIolelsle I)rllroclog, j26 I ror I'no one &. ''rchopioouln et 3 AISINS-40l1 hoe.e NR Rnaiins, Loring's brand, in storo and fr oleoby jo25 J THIA'YER & CO, 74 Pondrnonat WII ISKYY-,5 bocnrls retified,' for saoe by j G. _ItIRiEY, 41 New ILeve .,1ANIi'LA UlI1RD 1(rE-511 roiln .,ontod az in store, and fornole by J''II OVER&l.'o, js26 74 Poydroa ci C ORN-5-00 ack now Inlodioo, nod fr snoe by jo¢'26 CHA1lPl.lN & CoOlP,:R, 112 .hlin ot 4 )A'1tO-l00 0010ks ati orfor anol by j26 IIAM___ I & ('IN PER,'04 Johin o 5 0 300 thau~andl do. segnre, 100 boxes Virginia chewing tobacco, 1200 do. fresh Malaga r 0isins, 50 do do lemon., 37 rairso do alnound, 300 hon-s ormn oandles, 2110 do Bonton Pnop, 40 horrels perlnm andwhle oil, fil lierces Ca.oalmo rice 175 bblo lo loaogr, in store for sale by je26 ABIII.IIAM l'lltl E l, 1411overA `' l1'RýV (ll.-3(11N1 golln. Wimor Strlainned Cpe S u)il, tr nlt by SIIALL & I310 )WN, jot6 (Ii II ocgineo t (1LI) 'I - I N ae-I nttinet o '.ne .; 1 dIi0earlel flnnel SlliIs, for Nhl0 bly jo16 SHAll. &. llllOlIN,. lngolangoine o 2t()I loo,, Soan O len, Illolall'o 1,111d, lunldilag from Irr sip Collrmbiznn, far s ale by jalO SHAI I. & ti IWiNlIlt; Mo nooin' I JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AN') (POPP'ERI-I.'.ATE I'IIINTER, No. 3, Cnmp St. W IL.L rgrave ornd pritl to o,,odr, hanlk o tes. bills of exclhngc., billP o Indiog. dlillolman, Illrcn tile and vi'i:in calrds. nooyri 1, conoulnonmd onootiog 0ous0 Inuls, door plates, oiver ware; fir. nlwanyv on bond, on onortnIut oni niloor plated and brono door P0 Cardlsprullted loot pl11n already 00.17 ved. noo2O NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. S PRING MEFTINf, 1839, will commence on Wed netdav, 13th of Micatl, 13:1,a, cteo.inHe 5 days. tarticalars in due time. Y'. N. tLIVEILR, jan3 'l oplrietor. EW LAW and MIedival Books: N Curtis' Digestfcaee ledjudieated in courts of Admiralty of the U. 8. and Engla-d; a nvw and valua ble work. Peera' Digmt of ea. in dthe Supteme, Circuit and Distrijet Courts,a new supitpIly, I val, Wiltar's Anatomy, a new edttion, received by Pau cost, The American Medical Alumanaec fr 139, a tew a nd useful amlical p.ck t ht.ok for aledlictl gentleen, AIdca an assortment of the most appotvetl Law atnd Medical works. t JOHINS & Co, jal7 corCoa mmt k St Cahurles tas . I: owqllnwia chtkat for itirectrs will i.....prrt Sed at the eleotitl for Iltrcctor oa thle (itizensI' Bathk of I.ouisian,, 'on Ml.day next, the 4th of Feb ruary, by 'large Itluhmbe ofr ,l khldenras. ViLERIIIE AI.I.AIN, enr. P. F. LEFEBVRE, P. J. TIttic U, EDMONI) SI)'AT, BERNARD MAItlGNY, PHILIP GUESNON, jan 30 td O.hi-70 barrels i t nteand for sale by r ja30 J T'HAYER & Co, 74 Poydran st LUMIK R.&c.-0 tlbda feet clear lumber, 81) spruce par, 150 bales hay, 150 thds steam sawed whlit pine lathe-, landing from tip I'latina, and for talc by ja3O) I.EVI II (til.E, 91 Comton at aaPERI Candle--tJ(H Iatea Nee llediftri, just re ceiverl and for stle by SHALII. & tllt)WNi, dl0 96 Magaziae at P EAS-- 7 sarks uarman peas, instore ftr sale, by Sja30 CHAMPLIN & COOPER, 82 Julia st COPY BOOKS for Letter presses ust received f rom New York, and will be sull low for cash, or approved credit. Also, I l teer press, and the last of the navoiee, at IDAVID t'ELT & Co, ja30 N Y Statilners Hall, 24 Chartrest A A 0D--11 kegs latding frotm teamner Fusilier atd fur fale by (G DIlSEY, 44 New Levee. fe2 HHELLS WANTEDI)-1t barrels wanted b o ~ ABIJAII FINK 20 BARRELS Wbiske. in satore tir sale by tel SHLL & IIROWN, 96 Magazine at KLCE-50 casks, and 30 half esa k Itice. t store ifor sal. by J ''HAYI:IL& 'o, fUat 7 Poydras st yOtIDWOKRTII't rray invetaed PLAA1Nt: MA. CHlINE. PATE,.TED, Nova. 1, 1836. The subscribar beit a et o tf tLe agents tf sanid Wnodwotrth, has atne of said t heltiras put uta for use, in the mnill of Meassr . Horto & Co., in tie city of La fayette, which anv person can examanie at he Itrn a numbers of atd tmathines for sale, and has the geptncy for dimosig of the privilege for ustlne sta I maebhine, he is desirous to sell by eatet or paris-es, n may best suit the applicants. The machines are. the greatest a. boursaving machine. ever put in use, aor dreasinp and taam)tir4g plank fr floora, or hoards for weather siding. Any peta demire of purchasing, call call at No. 71 Ropae rseel, where the aubherier can he found. ja tt-.q. WMi. P HASIINS. (OFFEE--1 bhea Havana Cafet, landin, from barq alt, er Willitm ot' sale by j'wS S . J I WIIIT'NEY, 72 Camp st V UCK WHEA'--; halfbalrels, for sale by U ja'Z 8& Wt J I'I'NEY, 72 Capst OUN.i-Fou . ian P -d-o street, a POCKET BFtOKK, eonhining tasum oat municipal n.tes;tle owner will call at his tfiice and clait the seams. jaS 2nd nigltt of the IAVEI.,FAMILY. This Errreiny, I'braeTry 4, Will be perflrmed t . colebrated (Iperf olf THIIE W \TERMAN. Tomn Tug, hr Plrier, Bunllli. [idrke, Wilhelminl, BtlrsPlaner, An Overture by the Orcfesvf/ Grand Pau Seul, by Mad'le Reven . After which the ppolner petite Comedy of MY YOUNG WIFE & MY OLD UMBRELLA. Grizzle, Mr Browne, Augultus, Delatr theorge, Page, eoinn, hire Plume,,r After which TIHE RAVEl. FAMILY Will go lhrough ths6f lTight tope Perfolni.hnces. T'o eonmle with THE SKATERS AT WILNA. Godensky, Gabriel Ravel. WASHINGTaON BALL RO0OM Dress & Masquerade Ball, St. Pltlipltreet, between Royal & hBonrbon. THE Manager of dle abohve nnamed Ball Roem,grte 1 fult to Ins friends and thie public fat the tnparal luled patrang ng bestowed on htim Ir sveral neaaont respectfully informs themr that the establishment baen been enlltged for the amusement of visitors, and un dergone immenlse repaeirs. The bar will be nurpased by none in quelity of lliquorsu a the Iettaural t ill ha kept by the ablest Itestatlrtur in tihe United States. The room will re-open on Saterdny evening, 3rd of November neat, by a GRAND DRESS & MASQUERADE BALL, and will take place aa ttnnl every Monday, Wedner. diy end Saturdary eetni.a, du rig the season, a hie will and on tihe Iet ttf May, 11139. N. B. The erentest aitention will he paid to keep ing pe'rect order throughout the establishment, as wal done last season. oct24 NEW ORLE(ANS A NIt hSliVILlE RAIL ROAD COMPANY. NEW\ AIRRNGEMENT. rlB1E I.ocomoive will leave the Depot at the fat o ICanal atreet.,ever d tiy nt81 A. M. anid return at 4 P. M. except Sunday's, when she will tI)pta r Return 8 ,t. M. 12 P. M. 2 " 4, " oJ A Car ftr private parlee, provtdld tie number lsufficient, will hbe sent down the road on one day's prey one notice. ji1, 1839 JAS II CAI.DWEII, Preseident. COTTON CIRC.IJARS I' PRINTED with the Greatest Expedition, and in a style unsurpassed in New ORLEANS, or CelI where. ORDERS left at COMaIPtNa ReooM in St. Charles Ex change, (Corner of (raider St. ) or at T RU E AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, earner of Plvelrao and St Charles Streets, will be promptly atlend, r to. I)e. I--f STEAM BOAT BILLS. O WNERS, AG;ENTS, or CAIPTAINS of STEAM BOATS ran have their IBills struck of, in one or more Colored Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, with despatch, antd ot favorable Terms, by leaning their ORnsns atTRIUE ArIlEIilCAN OFFICE, corner of Poydras and St. Charles streets. NeS29-- tf SPERM Ol--1500 , all. winter strained aperm oil, just received and or sale b r j all S LOCKE & Co, 8 Front Levee ( 'ASH BIOX ta-351 Celt ioeee at tfar twn manu Sfacture, kar aupterior t the IEnteli-tr fr sale by j S LOCK E & Co, 8 Front Leree . I' AD)--- 1 l 50) kegs, No I in store, for sale Vr Iy" S LtOCKE { Cu, jan1l8 8 Front Levee at Blank Checks, Hills of Ladlng, Auction Bille, Pamphlets, Nhow bills, Cata loguea, Ac. &e: I[Ji RDERSfor the Above, an'd every other den. Sriptionof t'llItNI'IlNG (. received at Compling RtKln of"TRUE AIEILIt\CAN," in ST. CHtaRLs Ex CHN iE, 3d door from firnvi-r street, or at MIe Printing Office, corner of PI'odra- lad iSt. (harlets streets. Extensire and hbealitel IOOKl and JoR FOUNTn from the best Foandrirs in the tlailed Slates, haereju been added to the already well-stocked Establishment; -and tfl.noRs nai iN b, r.rrrated as Ltaw, as Cheaply, Exleditiously and Ilenutitelly, as at nny other Otlice in the City. 't Noa I CAR lDS It PRINTED at the shlrnnint Notice, in the most elegant manune, in Hnlk or Colored IKS, on Enamel. led, 1Vhite I hIke,or I'lain ,mflhcd CoAIIt, and Prices very reasroalrle o'f ' litt .I.AIMF CAN OF FIC", corner ofd Ivlh·ms and StlChlnrhlr Pts. Several \New ooand iraIh tifl Fo/ints of 'lYro have just been ndlrd to ithr I:o/lhlish/m.ntd. Orders rreeillrd at I 'o11,piin. Room, f'ti. Charlea IExlr.a-er, :l3rd do.lr f1-11i1 iovlier rt.,or at the Prilllnting Office, corner no/f I ',ydrn St. ('htle sitre its. o_ nI-l_ TO M.EFlIC ANTS. Ls)'flEIl'I[ \1NI'' ran hare ra tt Il.runt.II' Clnca. LAR strurk - n'oflttfurt horntt NitTIrh, by ,ealitsn t the (Cotipling ]tooi n/ 'F! TIt' F ,h11:IliCAN I'tllntwr ; ()rt'tr, OrSt.(l'hrln. Lxchunhg, ruljnniNg the IkAdu too Roo n at ('ronrflrasier strirc, oratllhe Fint hig Of)lie, eurnerof IPon dla anod SI. ChaIlhus streets. A I)VANIoCS will he : trl, oln tlillent to Lier poollnvr, Iiar iell'r , New York tnd nlil lldel. pn, by ADlAMS BJ WHItIALL, - jtlli 67 (letvier t AVANA NFI.IARllS-IIII ,Omt of dlifferent quolitie in store and for role hV janl5 AiIIRAHAM TRIlER, 31 Grapier at 150 REWARD. A TRUNK wso brken open at Madsm Shall'-, on tIe evcIilnl of Ilelhhl ili.l, nodI tWO pocket books, (one red morocco, tih oiler Iack, wmilt ttlt edges) con. tliini vslia vnll llolln Inp rs, and a inote for $4,400 drawn by I'scott nd ll l tvo, in favor of tine t becri Yere, alaable on .It lnlottt ilt thi of Mltoih, 838, ond doted the 16th of March, 1837; tihe precise dates not re collected. , All persons are forewarnted tint to trade for said note. Amonl the ]lopesn is n rei mml it lt dIposioe,twith Burke. Watt ,o Ci.., for $5 I, Ipmcnllto oo licl, i s well m s tim llOte, las been tliotpll.d. Tie pniket hokn it. Il e left It the ritllting room of Burke, WIti & ,ni, here tlle reward will be paid. ion ci0 wlmt SAM. B. WAIL. OAT.)N.100 buihl, Ot, i tor.. anl fo-ale'by Sj8 WIIITIIDGlE toni eo,7(t l nailne:et rlTH firm o J D IllIN & A COHEN is thil day U vis ve lv nlttinl (antssent. John ID Ben it charged sietli lithe sttnltlllint of nil elnitis tgain. t the .oncern, and owill une the ntne oftle llrfi in lioqujdtioa onlh. JOtN D. BE IN, jan23--1839. A. COHEN. ILTA filIrEN conlinues the lhintision Blsinem in hits intivitdull nteI and for hlis own neelunt. at No. 91t Cinmlllnton treet. Jan 23, 1839 I LO It l. Ird iwhrnow ai i i'aonii -. r ^ a1011 half I Ablo A Raoiloour, e 5 half tis Pllilladelphi n bu kwohent me t, 1Ol(kQartler do do do 100 Inillh don do do 3011 ou nprn extra snizeod Hlavre ptoato as, 5tt oOml II loulceslerwehes e 51 canistern preorved saulmon. 20 boxes Philudelplhia asoorted preserves, Just ree'iveI ninlll linr sale Iv G W PtIII'ICHARD j, J( T'ACERT, Jr. jon29 coar Poidrls & Mgaztine n AIrJ)N aiL _lhid, Cincinti, tnre. l in toe nandleeili flont Tll STETrON 4r AVEIRY j29 88 G(deo "te S(-iNlY--(1 -tio,.ts hlcrl Cuha lHonuyn o llnd ing frioluil r g lh ton t fo l H, vran, for snale b J I RVIS & ANDREWS - ol 311 ('or LColnmon and Tchapitoule, Ite Gn1UNNY l.1thi8h 0 int inlo ood inandlut, ag1 asoired ,izts, ftbr ale byi jan 3 ISA.\AC lllllDiE & Co. 134 Magnzlne et UTtllilllLl.n-:t oes tlogltm end Mantge -I Uttre a , v riotl-titt s a it d qualittis for eale by jan 341 IS 1\AC HBlillt(iE & (,. 134 M nlg·· ns a L, tale hy J THAYER&gon ja39 74 Pe.dra GUNNY VlACS-36 bntteion etoersne for ane by i'a2 G DORSEY, 44 New Lewie !ARD--1W1I kegs Incrsale by jn29 s t'ol"oo n G" A -RY ryierat F LoU R3ji6-b7llI;' 7"ii-een oling from nteamer F Stileidid, in store fior sale by jal 31 G. . DURiEY, 44 Noew Leee DAIN'Ts-Chruuiiie greenlt and tltok Ionts, nassorted S i kegs;verldfigrt tltl hnck tlpoits, g-round in il. it cnintoltr, . tfr..t tit fcto edford .teamn pant mill, tur ale b IAAt, BRIDGE. 4Co, jan10 134 lMatazine s JUST received tl 1 0 Louisiana Furniture eVare. house, ot lunge oitpply hoono New York and Bor ton. P'oesonn rtitl w wt of furniture woul do oeld no call, and selet 'hliit rooiCls Irotm ont of the beat and dargestd OtuLk.k= in tile city. W R CARNES, dti 53 BiearilY'st N B--Particular nltteitin paid to packing iaodjthp ing Furniture, freep ofexpellse d tw p Cv Hlta'1A , nodN,.w Ye r' Gift- a J Eoglih" and &meninao Antuauls._till g ! at tho Bookstore of ALEX TOWAI, Where a large assortment of the Book, nimble. f.r the saoln en be hId , ld2-r dig--·---iS N EGRO BROGANS--6h0 eorse rnsseit brognon, .onuIaln and extra size, for sale by j'29 iSAAC 1iItiLtu o & Couu 13t MagazZ4 at -" L(JIR-1i . narnrel" clhi.e brandt, landing fronit S Bat ktsn, ant d for sale by ijt9 CG DORSEY, 44 Ne.. e .en

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