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

March 4, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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-~AL I 1 t ...0. . . . ..r............. $5. olt do........... 7ftaj Nor `N1W.,RLANS. CLAUANCHL N·'ril b2,18311 , srt rohO. a A . e.14r~e Bel o* w Pefrid1&C* a Is Whitney ?.14 gloaMeter tiras 14 MU.-llerr reieo Mostor .... . mach 3. 1930. N E Poll. INma .i lowestr t wf.Zl rb.Cheteet. return o 6. Belerprt'... le the It.,an I new Loeqt to i ohled the bar I~ the olloe, ner. unkowon. f trlloe. a top v1=14 ~ulr "ot. Vet..t Ilasirt. 4 rp,46 boot. fr. O.Isee.t.oti hbilul to "IbnL. from Nooirille. p1.Droh. *amteoue~irli *moefl.from Cincinnati, 11ro Cincinnati. lows.Kiy.from Natche.. 1Pow I. from Meouehoter. mann. &a Bayu Sam.. Scott. from Thlbodrsustwills. I.Jrte from it& or* . ago nqry. ftm tiul.t CONSIGNEES. sehr Meltssa.. Merritt. Jenalwis ca. Coan lb Pi.ree o e-, Uayle & towort, 8 W * lhr flial tM his eotton. per ship tCtottodonl.. tW his cotonle, 1W..pe I t,7eh.cotton. ..eotp Cop.e0Ii oit]flour sr. hOt.,. .,o.P W oO ? oakt lumber. TO \ Uipisr Wit Moo-oft-5811 larl. 9,ur. 1600 pig I .oo230 qe lard. 4-R hI. rtoo At 4 191 kid.. t*R' DCA t..Per a.'hrDindre.. hbrim pork, 20 awyi Aft 3~OLA-..pr vorCalliss...eoxiiiloet sugar, series bhey. park, I-J. ct.1ff- do.or Aore. ChaOt rlhott.. 53 ba.s core. Ar mall le Lhbcolb.e. inert ove tale., eiate, whisky, mallow. floor. runs. lard. . . 1=111,VGTON-..pr ps.thr a...ay..2lS bart. colton to one, F.dIELD. per ohriNaile.s. .btIae cottont. IMr·IPOPI". VUlLANCO..pao0bk Enterprise.. 60 hi. & 80 half do cooIoa~ ·Farcyr W 6 Li vio crick_ LECEIPrr OP IPRODUCE. oO..nmoo Clik.L~,llo. .Okouodi H I. 3.hloy; Ilaeo,.how * Croensha; 33 kkd. tobao, 17 II. cotton de~kooo.aaaa cot 16 bible to, .aoo Foarlytt 'Amhjg ;3I I doorT F Peters; II Is. otton N &J Dik 18 Alo.a, 148 hbditohbacco J P E.olead: 16 boo, go, ttcoaaugbaog aioo.og.2 bkeeoox &oo & d, ADole a15 cc; M0 ri, a halr do. and dhbaspoark gOme,~ M62 iI. 3 Itods. Ys Fionpkila bt4cotton Frierson. Dal. a ov- 13 blda io. 114n Br.oade Mc renn & Wright; 440 bait ok J Ne.won;a *has 310d bef. WIN ud; 9 lrl. vila JIJd.ke,15d 119110I.Wasel and7 Cub bacon J H Cutter,: 5 hbds taboo. .0KRiooieg t* q Ibhd doBaowe A Crnaw;k.. It kkdod o. low 39 the ad ahlohlas Promet. June.. A, ac; 2 bhds to. 1I.I 4' ble Fliton Maddox, Pollard 4ro; Ii blV cotton E wI r sU. Lawrence. A Cablmeris;46 h46 cotton 9 WOak., # Dc'!ey, Devi.a oc; S3 do Burk, Wiattk co; 27 do I I Isatcksooan P Toia.m.t co; 2Oba.gsfeathera URN thlsonvoaowner on board. IOMSIUUSO..por tamser Eotpress-39 a bnrals Roor, 40 do *Alike tok...ad I box h pice, Ogden 4- Ao ibuthti.; 51 lulose "IssI o!I laccobril Ademc% lla-twe~rll. 311 barral go ci cant ks ad W) bole home Lsye A. Amelung 0 kegos do.i0 hI. door J Loodia. 4roo; # = :.ag It 5t. lard A D Goave lo b iool G kbouadtdo dried appleioand Il doo brooms, _ Oaoa..pwta..mer Hostsoille..105 hs cotton A Le. ,l q 7OdoARaw-48di.e A o; 62dI. IMciunl, Wkiteo&A e 0! "M t1land 7 hkdosugoar A~ IntAo30 hates cotto n tledemoryl ldo J Aaaaior;ai4 do W Cutao.; 19 d2o HBPIla. 2 IdoLand th & ThomsIon; 8 do Was Flowera;5 do G kA doedmili itVokrboa;c oIrolar.M 1Ronan & Wragha taoa &Sesrl; 6 his onclis and I bills miles,. owner on impoo·teroo r ElliaoDouslas...401 hi. cotton, Den *ooIdap*OoiOSldo Buckner., 0oion & cO; li dteo IV U 1d*fAJDiohaco; i03doallik WV.,aa l 10t ol " Stringet; II do ordoar ido Payrolls, -A~lii a * do W M Certa,; InI do IReyonolds, ByrneAt Maor 9 d XWhite & co. pao r l tamemr Bunker HJ24moi hfocottonoNor. #4co IOdo N & J Dick & oc; 131 do Bark, Wa·ut oI~d.Poor.,Aocio.I& oolbdoRlobo,,E~ll d. r, 2hoo doPor..yath a ELmerick; 134 do Bucknr, VUig ow P H Goodwoin; 97do Connor I (Giddiey 4.14..., Tenpin W.o1i il do Alto. A.she 4oc; so40o .= Vall soa~ BWreloka; 537 do Foilain. Bellooo * Do. 40 24 do Lambth * Thompson; 31 do Lawrencer Chat *doW III RIosh15do York aMli cena.m; 13 do D oit " o do Rol drliorta; 24 do Yoatmo A ot I3doW RIte; 30c Taoior. Godeoer & ca ; 10 do Glover 't 15 4do Sdithilk Vo0oiao .lciomi..prl aesatr Peru. 54kId beoenn. 1037 Oallurd, fad 01 brmoark. J Lindij, A cot4291Hepork IiBridgeo &o; 41 lol.od A D flown.9 boarls whlkey 0 DorMsy. 100 brim door adil .d0hkll ar H'J ldI &aco; 100IbrIdour.,IN koo. load & bs.(A do. a i nrell; IS 2 ho6 Id boo. Taylor A Deaer. 31 conslhoC, o oHyde -* ; 15 baoo ab o, E Keiat, har. oiHassaoy*Rogers; 3 hisloton W MnoRel. Nemaork Per 2 A41bonts..50 000 ]b. bu'k pork. 30 barrel@ - Z. ~p-ork toorder. IW0.Iovzoilk..por stoeamr Paol Jones..30 hhd. ad 2 Idsb.00 Ohols mol.assH Paoul 40 hhd. suwar. 10 toond 11111oaarl ol LambeothaThompson: o 34Mod. suga. Wm j Uhkdo arto CaldelIl a Hickoy; 24 do Heony .0 so mlaar olassoisToT LamA-o; 22 loole. am F fYeoa.. per staeaer Illuntloillo..W hhddo sao.. 04barlb f 3 i. a.uo Ioambeth a 'Thompson; 20 do l White I1 isdo Bloc. Wait co; 12d. G Loo; 3110do A Locati I96a~ja7oao. Jana tJ cot 12o; do T Barrett &o; 4 do lontalrie # coi 7 do Taylor.Gardnaer 4roC; 3 do Was 3ido Brander, llcKaoo 4 Wricht:b3 do Gouoodoor 4 140dAdamas Whiloli; 10 do R P Gllodad & ooiV6do 99831 hundoolLather Folwaa, Bclm A. Degolo& siun.dries to ..MoN aahoard. .03aii..pei staoame Cacotilo.. .13 hins Itemo J A Mar. bdk kobrisoo mealA Pultoo 4 va; 20 holo floour Pritchard t; 600 do Adwamsit [irll t.i, 110 do G W Goolca; 50 J Landia A cc; I1torts park aotrbonoand Aoay; cablie ad 02 bkim lard Opdton ad Southgai.. PASSENGERS. _6otkyu..per sotmeot Ellen Donigoos..Moaoa. James, Deciv sa d lassocok ad Haor.m. I A;;oh.toa..pcr stiamear iunokr Hilld-Mum Ulnion, Ro ,dsooFordWkihim Wood. MyersJonas.,Morris, Walker, Va.l lamtioueiro. and Stoddard. - Usiou S~an..aer steamer HunIillo..Movaoo Cooley, Pot. ..isoon. jOyare, Ma.-re loorrho, Hlair., Walsh. Ellam. i Hord viok. Atkisos.o Holmes. 6 loy, Ogidoo, T.ylor, Ratplamlsoo, lsdtin.OoM and Milss joam. rirOmitoa.i..per st.ImarP ao.. Ioaoa. IBeach. Ehbb. Har ds. How.lil. Haloes, Pkba, Levy, doobo, J Botoollar. J Blair. rlollonata Imid.0l is ffil ood lody, MIr. RI.ooth and 2 *kktr* M. N2OV.kay. Ma. Hoaokia lbr Taylor I Cizo.ioaltl..ar steamer Eveloore..31.cuao I ateri,., Wo. M...o, Cbtaadlllla,: 0. loajorin.eidn,, tSod, Lm" - Potter, Woad. Mlontoo, 'lToama. Williams, Ronlaot. comuploaiMoJ Stephe.a, Copa Costy, hlre Mix, I"i. Nashvill ...,r satamer Cloarksill...Gon Baown, Meo.s. MAfomerl. Boobely, ialft Delonioor HoI .. Balley, Ilioth Primato tad lady. Howard .od odd'. vlo.hab. Willioam. Ro hoio.Draok, Wayn., Juli-. Lo CoalId. Laluobldgld. D.woeo SLJoVolvllt.posteIameor Mislslspi..Stloost Cutter. ~ooJo.s Vauoelouor,,Stoo;Loaso, Ra.cnkin. BLc ,inon.Sandird. X Bp* Buhotow, W 0 Rogota, Mr. Ulndco, Mos Biroh, Mo. MEMORANDA @.ovclhk Lowsiaille on24ath laot. reportsN1J f- P*wter at atlodesed, J iWo ..od ohoa dry and modorate. :P MARKETS. 1t101ILE, Frb.i. 111 NWMNAPALMr, 4t... .W 11114ti ng to Imopost limited knumtJa the oation market. sale. L..daytloOsO helse 'Qoerelp~to ofnation to this dot, reacb hhabou '00 000 hoales omumllhslh lirh Ibets daily arrivreo t par tills(gid, mvagnian qn stts f~act of deficieony ns crop. TI. opinion stosi. that nor sotitn reeoi1,. o11 III, e.0 =.= mind i· 310,000 lat year. NEOW YORK, Jan. 20. u the bhoad dort oirakem i wsu limiued at t.. 'futows homfose E..wlIad has ii badh a .much ane .1.1. thi hrt asos a..i ipoted in somt qutelrts. y sltsh.oelay cloa d ayLittle un der Lim. rates of -01111 hs t h this won't fr0so largerttipt.ood bit Isd.5h1O~ ionte lrorootjl. Theosstu-o. :t aqwn b s. the on. Inlst wek. T'Iihtatiou onto. or R*,ftss9W sho.0w adsclu-,. S.1sot. uouthtrtos.. car. 40conw. Lwg ralu db~r:eyatl 10 cw· Tw rlhora for Jos t*ols oIy. Tiorniisabrisk 4rieoo. LUrgeam" pimen tos at54 centsttob. 5000 sold ath19 centIs.toso. Wts leor aslao4 89 a 83. n G doff. Caset ns freetyomaild atsteody rat". fO r Thuesday imm Weesdlay is shows 4M01 W1il udlyhkae beep 210 bles.. at rat" from4 to mo* samOr asol1 a t 151 cents. E.jPL dsousss of stensjard works, contsioting o. *V Mmpu of Ceadock, literary .nd miscellaneous, . 4o U~osmost pa dedicatedi to iosoholo 40Cashsried.o Od,3 volm, Slu orlb . d Septoloon, by W H Ireland, . sale; Pipenb Salary, Duoke of Rovigo od W theahove. * large supply of standard T im=4oest 0rodilvd, fitr salo by V cEAcor Camp Cmo t %, CITY BANK, now (hiOrleans. Marlch 1, IM. fi1iuscplors, of this nstaitution, have this - ~;~ a a dlseod of four owr coot on the SIo e0to the stsooskhddess, or their rests. ooslatr Mondaythe o 1th inst. R J PAI.Fif.Y, Cashier. Shmushou to-dsy is btporrhurs to the tgi8f the hohooseoheU *iv do. week (tp Mo 3 155 i t.f7 ouo. roe" br1 p. of mo s. vito quality in Welib 5 Pay OWL awn. vis : 461 comes. C GENOIS,Nsyor. race i prI~ 'r ar lotojah.Jost ,A;G& Ott C. CHILDS, Al~eso astyA LAsW, Court, and she Dibtrict bsIs r lotasisty Land -uft he sdrtah~ so prstspli attensded E~n oddsmor~448 of Negasiv. Yep~ (Joked ~7o pco0o kersjr.( ...r"wld~wo 001113nc. od^ ibqei4Lb r Fre 0ilo bairn, or JI . 'l ge, apply to i L HQAIC, ne.utare 93 Ceuo me atn n S FR NEW yORK. N e rof the 9th inst. r4 The packetship AUBURN, Capt. l)ur r, wirillt ail as above. For freight of 150 bale cottlon, or pts.age, havinlg nlendid ac Scummnlatinsa, apply to thr cptain on board, or to mar 4 "PbTER LAII)I.AW, 66 Camp .t iOTFICE.--tleasr. Cundido-Aveline, Charles Len SI fe, Consigneta per barque Shonnon, from Havre, will pleae call at the subscriber' officr, ant receive their goods. L it GALE, Smar 4 93 Common S, SDEPARTURE POSTPONED r FOR ONE WEEK. THE GIRAFFE!!! O WINoG to altlrasinin in all etnrrnemeinte for tile I ont anmrvace al lher Lady lh pip n the lier, he wlle , br ehihilea 7 days loger, So.detv, 0thi, will poai tively be ler last day in New Orleas. " rie Propritorc bhe I-anve lo rlurn their grrateflil thanks to th« citien.s ol %ew Orleans for the lihraml plrrunooe they reeeived during tihe winter, and reel ornpv toknoh o hat the interect cacirl hby their mniqer * enllretn a.mono all clatse, and rspeicially tihe int-ii cot andl mcral of hbth sexes, are never been eqcalled hr acy cc lleetioc ofnoaurnl curiositics however eucner r; oti in tllin great city. wioes mild climate Ia, htreen so Songneninl to tim he halh of their beautiful, but costly and crthear delictle vocnn Lady! ! SOpen from ill to 8 1.2 o'clock each dy. Admitlance S50 cent. Uhilbren and serrantt, '5 cte. k. mar 4 Cor St Charles and Perclido stI. - SOIREE M.USICALE. T fE^ Amateurs of Music, inhabitants of N. Orleans are rtepectfully inf rmed that Madame Carador Allan's second Smr6e Musicale will take place or Wedneaday, March 6llh,and that upon this occasion shi will sing the following pieces : Coratina-" Quando giune qua Bellinr." Doniar.ti Aria-" Come per me sereno.' La Somnambula. Bel lini. Sca-n ed Aria-" Di tanti palpiti. Tancredi. Rosalsi Arna--" II sanve ha el contento. Nilob. Paccini. Ar Ticket«$( 5,f nrsale at the St Louis Hotel, tin Exchange and the Verandah, and at Mesrs. Johns, Mi Casny's, and Messrs Brocard's Music stores. To commence at 7 o'clock. mar 4 LLAFAYETTP BALL. A SPLENDID BALL will he given this Evenin March 4th, in honor of the Anniversary of thi Firemen of this city. mar4 Drawinr of the irand State Lottery Class 18. 59 24 57 29 36 73 53 49 64 26 47 58 THIS DAY. 15,0001 Capital Prize, Tick* ' nhlv f4,00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. CIASS18,extra. Autlhoritd by the Lregilature o the State. ''o be drawn March 4, 183 ,at 6 o'clock P. A. at Bishop's Hotel. S DAVIS &CO, Managers. 75 Drawn nomser--12 Drawn Ballots. Splendid Scheme. 27,814 Prizes. amountinr to '*91.2,43 Tickets 4 l 0-Halves 2 00-QQarters $1 00. Packsaes of 25 Tickets for $100 warranted to draw at least $4t,snd nlty draw the fonr h:glest cpitnls, moanting to $22,500 ! ! Peckaoees of V'5 Ilal Tickes (62,50 warranted to draw at least $24 01i. 'Paknage of25 Quarter Tickets $25 25 warranted to dramw a leant $12. For packages of single tickets, pplv at the MANAGERS' OFFICE, 16 Chartresat, andat the corner ofSt Louis and Char trse ste. mar2 The following are the drawn numbers of the Louis. an, Lottery, Class D, for 1839: 59 21 42 64 62 19 6 12 11 43 23 2 TO BE DR4WN TO-.ORROW. Three CAPITAL PRIZES of $5000 each is $15,000! Tickets only $3. LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authorized hb Act oftegislature. Chapter XLIII, pased Match 21. 182", Clans No. 9, for 1839. to bl drawn on Tuesday, March 4th. 1839, at 6 o'clock, P M. atthe gxclnoge Hotel, St. Charles st. D. 8. GItEGORY & Co. Successors to YATES ,lefNTYRE * Co. 75 Nlumbler-12 Drawn Ballots. GRAND SCHEME. 27,814 Prines amountina to $145,934 Tickets $3 00-Hilves $1 50-(luarters 75ets. Packager of 25 tickets for $75, warrnteld to draw at least $3(1. P ekages of 25 half tickets $37 50 war ranted todrawat least $18. Packaees of 25 Quarter Sickets lor $13 75, warrented to draw at least $9. For Packages or single Tick- '. anmlv at The Mana rr Oe ic, ml I 35, Canal streetr. nat to Coa st1 MEDICINES', PAINTS AND 01ll.. A IARGIl and gmenral asm.rtaun of fresh Moldi cinues, a t fine Chiminal preparations, together Witll a large suplvy ofspelri, linseed, eumnoer and tan ner's Oil. Alto, Philaldlphia alnd New York White Lead, cotul tautly on lanu al :or sale by JAIVIS & ANIRKEWS, Wholes I) Driggists mar 4 col Commo, & I'chlpitoulas ste IOR HllRE-A negro Girl, first rate Cook. Apply F t' It CLIN\ON, mar 4 12 tiampat AL'L-5" hoaes Ale in qluartnd plin btlel, in sto A- anl for sale by J. THIAYEI If co mar 4 74 Povdrac ,t IEArS --.Ocllwo.B Pocilitotg aud 40 .'li»etl Schkmg I Teas, in store and for sale by J TIIA YEl & co mor 4 _ 74 Poydrns st H OLLAND ilN-lo pipaes wrotn, WeesrGito J OI uperior article in store and for saleby mar 4 J THAYER & co, 74 Poydras t F INISIED 011.-24 harrel of raw and boiled Lin aJ se Oil, just receivin.g direct froin EnNland and for sale by R. CLANNON, mar 4 12 Camp at fi-twosu lwir7vvT 81II()tL OOK S. OO)BRIDGE'S Geigraphy and Atlln VW remilry's Geography and Atlna Colb's Ieadera, Non I & 2; Porter ' Rhetorical do Andrawn' and SlopJ:r I's Latin Grammar Andr.ews' Latin Le.sont: just reeivedl a new sup piv of the above valeanhlae chool Boioks, at 49 Camp ad where a largo sad ellcoie a rllrnueant of S, hool Ioka may nalway be had on Hsgood terms as iil til outhern counltryv. mr4 ALEX. 'i' \\ Ali. STO I'lF.-l-Mrriso'n'o l . ,un VUegtahle UniverOal N lMedicine, lormerly old Iv R. B. Sykes, at 27 Chartres street, is removed to Itheu Blk itore of Da vid Felt A4co24 Cliartrs stee, (directly upposil,) eho is duly uple.i.ted sh-A genr, tr the, sale eof these invaluabl Mledicicnes old in packete of $1, $2, Enrlinh. A few copies of the Mtorrisnnis, or Family Adviser of the Britieli College of Health. Price $2 75; also thI Practical Proof , tlh editiou-37 1-2. TFake notice-the genuiee are never sold in a drug stole, antl can only heehnd in this city at 24 Chartres st. A fresh supply ju-t received at New York Stationers Hall. mer 4 B ACON SIDlES1-40 caskb Cineieceuli a ea e in Sateure, for asle by G. DORSEY, mar 4 44 New eeler. L1LOUR-370 brie Landing from slteamrr Coervte, n' for sleby (i DORSKY, mar 4 44 New l 'vee rTHISKKEVY-98 brie laneding from ateacrer Peru, Sfor sale by G DlORSEY, mar 4 44 New Levee G UNNY IIAG--100 bales, 2 bushels Gunnv Ilags, iu store and fr sale by J THAYISK&co laar 2 74 Pcydrs Iat O-RANGES, LEMONS,&c.-t-l(tl boxes Sicily Or anges and Lemon. in fine order. 100 bags Filberts and Walnuts landing from ship Coriualann, for sale by J Ii LEVER CH I& on mar 4 10 Old Levee at B LANK BOOKS-Just recived from New York, at 24 Chartee st, a veryestenmie assortment of aceount books, vie-cap, demy, medium, royal and upitr royal lrdgers,journals, letter, alies and invoice bookbs, bound in every variety of fore, also note and bill books, receipts, exchange, bills lading by the quire ream &e. Books nmde to order at short notice, printion neatly and accurately eecuted at D FELT & Co m2 N Y statinners bill EW BOOKS-T'he Hugent by Janes. in 2 vole. Keith's demonstration of the truth of the Chri tian religion with nunremus eagraviugr. TheDia uofa late London physician in 3 vola. 'Also a new supply o Maria Edgeworth's works Hannah Moore's Memoirs 'earsmn on tbe creed-Burnett on thl 39 rticle Enield's hisutry ofphilsoo bhy Tucker'a light of nature, &ec dr celeesl aad fr sale by A TOWAR, o2 49 Camp at M ALAGA WINE-Sweet Malaia wine in qr cask Sforsale by ieAD BAP STiTW, m2 7 lJank place : ship Wiah-ien fame Lndon, for ale by ,12 REAl.U &DAIRSTOW,7a-nk .ah ee s n .... T KEt twC. An in connection with linb Oice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE FOR TIIE HINTING OF Pamphlek t Bluk Checks CataoLgue I IUs of Lailr Lsahel, Dray Keceipte, Legal Notices Auctiotln Di, Bill FPena, Show Bill steua Best aill ircular Adl every deneripllem trJ. Werk Ihlt may be requireld. It'Tlhe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the public to th abhove Card, and assares them that all work intrusted in his care shall he done at the short est notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at the lowest rates. . OIE N MARCHK.1_ I4 CAN9 ET1ll I'IUE AME ICCtN. AIT1.V LUL AND BOLD. IM'. OIl I, EA. : MONDI)AY MARCH 4, 1.39. CLAY'S Speech on Abolition. Recently delivered in the Senate of the United States. For sale at the Counting Room of the True American Office, St. Charles Exchange, by the dozen or single copy. OUR FoaRtio ConartRESoDNCE.-rthe maill. We havejust received some ten pounds ofour foreign correspondenee, all inrtile to be ltterly useless to us it. the way ofnews. If for no other purpose, than for placing every individual in the community, rich and poor upon the name fiaetior, we heartily wish thy ex Spress mail were al,olishled. In a republienn country, I every institution which forbids industry, enterpris, and credit from sahring alike its benefits without I.mposing an unequal burden, shomld be broken up. I A little more experience in this mtatter, will rouse the people to demand of Mr. Kendal the transmission of all letters and papers by one mail, the postage to be levied oin their delivery. Tho present system is calcultted to favor the few and in but a part of the nefarious designs of the administration to overturn the constilttion and equal laws. Bul, thanks to the noverinsa of the coun try,the rule of the present corrupt administration of i affair is drawing to a close. 'The subscribers to tihe Reading Room are informed that among the correspondence now lying on our tables for their inspection, are the following interesting docu monts. 1. Quotations ofcotton wool, in Liverpool at the close of eacl week in the year 1838. 1.le weekly amount of sales and proportion on speculatioc. 2. Mtatement of the extreme prices in each year from 1806 In 1833. 3. Imsports of cotton wool,into Great Britain in the year 1838. 4. Imports of cotton wool, into Iiverpool in pack ages from the year 1791 to the yeal 1835. 5. Estlimatd quantity of ponds nett in millions and tenths of cotton wool into Great Britain froim the year 1801. 6. Iiport into Great Britain for the last thirty thiee years, ditlinguished by the growth. .7 Compari-on of stocks at the close of the etars 1837 and 1838:in Great Britain. 8. Summary statement oftle consumption, export, import, stock, Ae. of Great Britain for the last 23 years. 9. Import of the principal articles of produce into Liverpool in the years 1834, 5, 6, 7, and 8, with the stocke on hand at the close of each year. 10. The very vanlable cotton circular ol Melara Priestly, Griffith and Cox of Liverpool, ontaining a mass of information highly important to the merchant. t1.- A daily statement of the Liverpool cotton mar ketfrom Decnmber21, 1838, to January 6, 1839. 12. The letters of our correspondent of Liverpool, recovered from the letter bags of the ill-fated Pensyl rania, 13. Daily accounts of the London money market, state of American seeurities now in thatgreat mart. We give place to the lollowing letter from Mr. Tay lor, the revenue officer stationed at the Balize, with the simple desire of showing fair play to botll parties nil the questions now before the Legislature in relation to amending the Pilot law, &c. We iutst confess that we are not, hy any means convinced by the facts or arguntants of Mr. Taylor. We are still of opinion that vessels wotld be better towved. and the interest of com merce better suceeed by a repeal of the present law, or by amending it, as to admlit of competition. Titer. ere parts of the law now bheore thk Legislature, besides that imn'ediately eonnected with piloting, that oabo lutely requrre tile action of the General Assemtbly. The lees of the Harbor Manter, and Port Wardens are onerous, and should be removed, at least they should nothbepennitted to ciharge for services never rendered. BALIZE, Jannary 19, 1839. 1DEARvf Sirt, Yours of yesterday has just been received, it which you desire me to give my opinion of the old, and new system of the pi!oting law, and the effect of the lItter ont tile irorals of the commnunity at this place. Under the old system there was no earthly induce ment for a decent man to live here as a pilht. Rit and drunkennes was the order of the day, the encourtcemlent of which wasn a dvantage to the few branch pilots, who employed the rest as deputies, as they kept grog dslps, anld some of them made fortunes by the very lepravity they were bound in duty to suppress. I have leen a justice of the peace here for ten years, nd well may I alssert that riot and brawlhng was their usual pastime. Since thie neIt system has gone il force, a clhage as if ly magic, has taken place, men who never dreamt of na trimony, have married, sad become peaceable and good citizens, built themselves comfortabole hoaseu . and are prompt to aid on all occasions tle civil nrlthn rity. The place wlheren e reside has been touched by the same magic wand ; for inItead tof the few wretched lhtsn that marked the Bllaie on the chart of the world. we have now a thriving town with a population, I will assert from personal knowledge, as moral as any other ,uf the samte extent itl our Union; ment who are enter priaig and determined to performn their duty, because they have now some object in so doing, before they had none, as their hard erne d wages went to enrich their employera, what little fell to their share was only sumi cient to pay their expenses and tavern bills. I do not thbik they reel e reei e than a fair eom. pensatson for the rit que an t expense they are unavoid ably nsuject to, butb as it regards life and property. The duty ofa pilot is genrally too well known to re. nqire any comment from me, sulfico it to say, they have to an vor tile gun orjack in all weather, and at all times. they are also obliged to keep sail akers,and I carpenters, besides thirty five or forty boatmen con stantlyou wages. You are yourself well aware that th capital illvested in boats alone, land without insu. rance, amounts to thitey thousand dollars,not including the buildilng. Their expen.es are so great that sixty nine dollars fr eachl pilot's monthly share may be con sidered a fair estimate of their mntlily income for the yearround. Any disinterested individual layjudge for himaelfwhuther that is more than a fair compen sation fir their services. I am, as you well know, totally unconnected with them in their busitess, and have not a dollar invested in their itnck; and without hesitation I say they have attended to their duty with more energy ard prompt ness than they ever did as deputY pilots, when they were employed by othlers. I make this assertion tim more bolilly, as many no doubt will differ from me in opinion. All who know any thing about thne Baline must be well aware that a good man ought to be well paid to live there. I have derived my knowledge of the pilots, their affllairs, and their duty, by eleven ya ars residence among them,ten of which I have been their magistrate, and have no wish to sen better or more enterpisi:ng men, than those who compose the community and now take their place as pilots. I am of opinion that the Governor, by all means, should have the power, on proper represenataion being malde to him by the pilots thetnselves, to suspend from duty any oftheir number, meriting such punishments The pilots are denermined not to have a man among them that will not behave himlell and attend to his duty, au theave already given proof. Yours sineerely, W. B. II. TAYLOR. Scane oDrtm.-.Thi Washington correspondent of die Baltimore Chronicle, under date of the 2Ist lt. I says; "This morning about ten o'clock, Mr: Edward Wyer, the nesistan duokeeper ef the Senate, dropped d adn thie flnrr oone of tlI rooirs in hiih tlei do umasts are folded. Mr. Wyer has been in atten dnnce upon lhe duties eoflhi pace for the whole sealon, and was anpparently perfectly well when he dropped down. He expired after a struggle and will be buried to morrow at the expense of the Government." SquALL.-Qn Saturilay some of the schooners at the Pieayune tier, drifted from their moorings into the stream. No materik l dinmake waon sitinnd. FIREMAN'S CELEUBIATION. The Services at the Church of the Rev. Mr. Clapp, will be as follows: VOLUNTARY on the Organ by Mr. Trust. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Clapp. Ode, by the Choir. Address by lte Reverend J. J. Mullun. Anthem by the Choir. Benedirtion. The Paew n thefrsl fIuo' of Ile Church are reserv. I ed for the Ladies and accompanying Gentlemen, who are respectfully invited Ito e present. The oGlle riet are reserved for the menlmbls of the Fire Depart mant. Thechurch will he opened at 12 o'clock. GEORGR RP IFORD, Marsha!. Recorder's Eourt. SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police and Night Watch, Marche IR.t 1839. Mary Mitchell, arrested tr beI.ng drunk-discharged Thlmns Glynn, arrented a. a dnnaeroamnnnd suspicious character-commitlled for nine mon Is. 8 Bl'kfird,. arrested ai n dangerous andl sspicious charnuter-commnitted for twelve mnn'la. Frenk Rick, John Henry, John Kee, S MeCormi,'k. Pat HcReigh, arretted for being drunk-dis .h..-.A 81.A ES. Cnmuty, helonging to Eliza Gordon. TIr. Loursranint of Saturday returns to the sub. ject of the Mayor's late veto of an ordinance of the Council of the Second Municipality, like a dog to its remit. In our number of the let instant, we 'hoeght we had quite clearly enouglh shern, that the charge of disin gennounless i hrught by Ihe Lnulsilnian. against the Council of the Seeond Municipality, was without foun darion: for we then quotledlth 6lth section of the Act to incorporate the city of New Orleans, approved the 17th Fehrnary, 1805, which provided that "all rdinances and by-laws passed by tile Council, shall be tran.nnitrle to the May or for Ilia consideration, who if he shall ap prove tlhereof, sIull sign and return the sa.re to the said Council, and nsch bv-law or otdinance shall thereupon have furce of law; but if ile said Mayor shall disap prove ofthle said law or ordinance, he shall within five days return tie name to the Counc;l, with bhis 'objc lione in writing, and if two thirde of the members, then preent in the said Council. still agree to the said law, notwithstanding stch objections, then, but not other wise, the said by-law or ordinance shall have the force of a law." We showed that the Mayor could not ap proveofa part ofan ordinance, nod disapprove ofran other part. He must wiltin ive days of its translia eion to him, sign it,as it was passrd by tie Council, or return it with his ohjections. Tile ordinance passed by the Council of the aecond Municipality at it sitting ofthe 19th, did not meet with the approval of the May or; he sent it back with his objeclione and the Council, in the exercise of their chartered privilege, re-adopted it, notwithstanding his objections. The mortion to this ellct was made by Alder :nn Hall.anul the reaolution written out by thie Secretary in the usual form, stating lie fact, th t the Council did p crsist, notwilhantnding the objections of the Mayor, in'itl ordinance, ndopted at suchl a silting, reciting its title, which in this case wnas"An Ordinance appropriating, annlally, a certain sumn of mney, to the uniform Compatie attached to the 4th Regeiment of Louisiana Militia.."-Now compare this title of the Ordinance with the re.olution, *Resolved, Thut the Council do persist, notwithelsnd. ing the objections of tile Mayor, in its ordinance, pa.q ed at the iltting tcf the 10th instant, appropriating a cer tain umnt of money to the unilorn Companies attached, to the 4th Regiment." The charge ofd!isingenuousness iust, before tllese fact@ f t1 to the greond; or if sustained at ull, it must fall upon tile shoulderm orfthe sectetary, who worded the resolution, itihout one though of injuring o; belln fiting his Honor the Mayor. The trurth is, that the whole charge made by the LoI iianin, is a smntaull ioatter,not worthy, except under the present peculiar circuretraneeo, of the least Intlilec. No doubt lias been entertained of Mr. tenoin' very friendly feelings to the new unif rat compranier; we met hire our selfri their enctampmoet on time ind, and in common with the rest ofour frllow snldtirr, we felt rhonored Ity hios rresence, and proud to see t.t he was highly pleased and gratifird with tle appearance and discitp line of the corpa. Thiore has existed some diffrence of opinion on rer. tain subjects, between the Mayor and tihe Council of t', Second Mnicipnlity, but we feel quite certain that no peronlal ill will ii entertained towards Mr. Gennis by any neatlemr of thl Council, nor would auy individual memnber ofit wish to detprive hit of the snmalleit por tion of his merit, or to deterioate in the loser from his fair faule. VIRGItNI SENATOR-On the 22nd ultimo, nine in -kenetal balloings w.re had in the Virginia Legisla ure, after wliclh lie election w in postponed until thi nextn ay. We annei the following table of the various bollotings. lot 2n I 3rd 4lh 5th 6th 7th 8tll 9th Johnson, 35 61 75 77 70 71 54 River, 57 60 35 31 21 29 36 Mnason, 69 67 67 89 68 68 68 71 73 lohbertson, 25 27 13 Scattering, I 9 2 3 19 19 4 3 1 During the day there was a gre t deal of del'atr. Ap peal after appeal las made to pnrltie in the lollse li.-h lnhel lthe hinree of power, in the hlope ofefrect ing an oelectoll but itno t llrl.oe. Slr. Johnlln re :eived the highest vote piven during tilhe day, and that wnted five votes to secure an election. He reeired 77 votes, ldll 8i were necee.nry to n clicee In looking over Virgiini we do know where we could could find ally one. whom we would prefer to Chap

mnn Johnson. He im a staunch. unwavering whig,anud of tihe higheat order of intellect But we doutbt Ihie policy ofelecting any other ithan ir. Rives-ifindeed Iheeon .ervatives, holding the balance ofpower,will permit tile whigs to elect an other. Mr. Riven hai- ishown himself decidedly hostileo to ile adeinistration nfMartin Van Hu - rel, and standA itn the tamne attitude in Virginia that Mr. 'almaidgedoes in N. York. Now, ifit be wise to keep Ir. Tralmadge in tile Senate from the Empire State, and rather than plane another lihere, defer fie election a whole year, would it be less prudent to also retain Mr. Riveal Much has been said by the whig press through nur tile Ullinn against tile New York elnate, for not oining tile House and proceeding to an election of U. S. Senator. and much opprubriu ha blern henped up on them. And 3et they have intimated to the Whigs that they would consent to go into lthe eleetion of a Senator, if the leatter would nominate any other than Mr. 'lmnadige. But Mir. Talmadge is the man, and conosquently no electinu will be hild this year. There seems to be the same obatinacy in the Lexialantlre of the Old Dominion. The handful ofconservatives will not have any but Mr. Rives, and tile whigs will have ally one else. They cannot unite, although Iby such union,they would prevent tile ndministration front hoping to electa senator. All he venom of the admin iltrilitoi has been levelled against Mr. Rives, and we tiil., it would be a ,iroud triumph for the whigs to elect him despite all tlie calumny and abuse of ite trioi ionll f power. When so tmuch is at stake, men should he conciliatory; and as there can be no doubt of lMr. Rives' future position and Iris usefulnes, should lie not be re-elected? We think the whigs will do very wrongr if they withhold from him their support. WAR Ann RuOolinS or WAR IN THS EAST. Analarming degree ofexcitemeat is rising in Maine, -and Sir John Harvey appears to be playing the fool in imitation of Sir FraeciA Boladil Head, ill Upper Callad . The British aseem determined to pursue their depre dations upon the disputed territory, and to detfnd the depredations witll tle bayonet and tih cannon. Gov. ernor Fairfield lia ordered out a portion of the Maine Militia It prone,,t the state and citizens. is tiaaid that a portion of the militia on tlie 14ti. had taken up their line of march for tihe Arooaloakr Regular troope have also been sent flo from Frederick Ion, St. John and Halifax. Mr. M'Crate passed through New York on the 2Iet with desapaches for Washingtoo. lie reports that the Legislature ofMaine have rol'd $800,000, as a special appropriation to ustain the cauoe of the ltatJ. 8,000 tmrops had been ordered out to carry into execu lron the resolution ol Maine, to seize the trenspassers and the lumber cut on tie desputed le-ritory. The New York Expresssays: Maine seems to have actually declared War, being wrought up into such a sudden pilrenuy as to forger Ihere is a Fe ieral Government, to whom is exclusive ly delegated this august Power! anconsequence of the inl!emency of tha weatdr Mr ['lateo did not ascend in his balloon yeasteday. i i dI WAsiilaaroo , Peb. ". IIOUý E OF REPREENT'ATIVrS. QUESTION OF PRIVII.EGi.-EXCITEMENST IN TIlE HOUSE. * Ascoon as the journal of yesterday's proceeding nas read, lir. PRENTISS, ofMims. pres'nted o question of privilege to tia louone, which, by one of the rules of budv, tlakea pureeduencof all oulter ubjerts. Mr, Predit-s rmarked that it was buit fair, before lie moved in the question,that there shnuld be a call ofthe House. It was his object to call tile oatention of the Houoe In the leller signed Alexander Duncan, which appeared in the Globe of vesterday. The callof the House was then ordered, and 140 meobers answered so their names. The rotelsiuens were then read to the Htmtoe, nod sent to hlo Choir by Mr. Prentissin. They stale certain reasons. make specified charges, and conclude with a motion to expel Mr. Du nean of Ohio from the House. The publication in yesterday's Gloe beil e read by one of ite Clerks of the Houre. Mr. PllEN'ISS arone and said, lie land hoped that some older member would draw the atlention of tile lHou Ito liae publica lion in the Globe which had been rend. But as no otld er member of lie tHotl had t'l-otuhl prop.r to intro duce the stlajolnt to tlie nHoone, he fel tllat li wast duty which heowed to hielf. In to hlie House, and to llie country. lie itsled e All uhiec discussed, invenlira ted, and reported upon to Ihe Housl. 4 sense if ja-tic to tahe fluill, a due rogurd alt ala dignily af thie body, and proper respect fur the freedoun of debate, madeo an exsmbuation neessrv. The two Houses of Congres., in theair wisdom hbad just palsed alaw to prevent the giving and rep.ivilZ of hal tlnreo in the District of Coinmhin. Conleiopoirsneoun with the publication in the Globe appears the Aiti lia olline Ilow. Mr. Prenties said thll he nad no dolobt that members voted for thlt law from the bieat of orivese, and with a view eofrtlins dlown »last was juintli deempid a Iull nd inmoralpranetiee. Bllt aince monHtdwrl whon believed in thie mode of vinlicntinr the r own dienitv had been de prived ofthe right by a solemn law ofCongrrss, it was rialt thlerse should bie some mnens of rrdrees. The Housue wao now tile no'e nlace. S Mr Preniss then read from Mr Dunran's letter lie personal remarks made against Messrs Stanley, .outh glt- and Slude: such as base liar; scoundrel; mnoe poltroon; irgfsr dof; puppy; and manoy other siach e pibhet. Mr relin then proceeded to cownle t upon th- letter. He irnid lhat the pultlication in the ololbe was a wilful violation of lt spirit of lte law paseiI l hlat Stwo or thlree das since: f.r therl.blication was eiher made to make the nmembers attacked violate I le law by cllallenging the f lemlawr who makes ilie ansoult, or it was mane with the alleurnre th the mmelr wen to bI serlned bhv tae lw. The nulah.r ofthe illblieatint was unworthy or a seat in the Americnn 'olngress unworthuy in oelocinle with tIll meinlher, of this blodv- innwhrli ill Ihe oluntenaIne ot anv anll He Ield puareld frlth in the olulinnr of'he Gloliw an ottlnetiiu anit henstllv lttark o n two of its emlberr. Atr. Proelli-e aplicaled In the mtIlheraafilltr hody to prutr.t thIeirdilnitv nd the honor aof its me,'ahern. Thef Htoice wan bound to rcpeil thle law nllich lunds d rsoenal prowrtmion, a criminal offence or it as bounll to protect itlua membeis fro inliltr Mr. J,.nnier followed Mr. P. nod colnelienled lpunu the puhliat e was, lcie said abat one of ties meinheri of tili Hnuae hall charged two membecrs of the hody wiih being " seonndrel-," and " cowards " Tim charge was either true or false. The moibcer fro', North Cnrolinn--Mr. "Stanley, was eithern liar or o dll n rsondrel nr not, or the nmeumber manking the :eharce had told a falselood : no witl the amember from SKeotucky-Mi. Southeotn. against wlom the same charges were made. If the North Carolina and Ken Stucky uenlhers were liarse I wi'l vote tao xpel thIem from the House, and if the. ilember makino the llHrege had spoken falnely, I will vioe to epel biiu lr loni concluded with slme examinations of Mr Duncnn' letter. lr. PARRIS, ofMe; oblained the dour, and moved t.ll Previous Question, but withdrew it at the reqnest SofMr. Dnncan ofr. IUN(TAN then ontered upon u vindicraion of Ilis d Ipublication in the Glohe. It wne, le said. in answer to g the remarks of Mr. Smnnlev, of N. C. and Mr. South. gate, made in the House of Relirer.niantives Hle lad written his letter and used the epithlet compliai edl of, ni a emprmines to the terilua ued tianhrd. hin. lie d did pA!lllilh lii letleirfter the pnrge ao the D)lerllino Bill for Ill.- purpose of self rotection. lie keld him. self accountahle, and in a few dye rconlll he foulld ol nof the hountlaries ofltae District.' lit letter was writ r ten deliberately, and he was proud to lave written it. O C MoINacATEDo. d The apoligils of the Mayor and licensed censurer of the Seeorid Tluai c iplitr, iv ou t upon that boly again, a auand holeip I alleliv.. that lie flrever silenced ilePa Ily a con'iclion of palponlvy falifvine the elain letter and Slalguaoge f the Malnoi. lelwnting the assertion thaIt it is comaetentl fa r the exl.tive tno apreve one por lion of an ordinance anl veto Itl other, we woaula not do lther thun to ommuend to tiem tile practlice of the Mayor's predeersser. in which no one in-lance can lie flaond wherein Mr. Prieur approlved ofa portion orfan Sordinanuce and veted Ihe other: bilt on thle cnilltrir h unlaformly valed litr whtole, notwiltantoalion a iartilf it mr.t hi wishlle apnd woa haveb hoe n a ilrovd aOf ii not fllnd iln conneerlion wid, tia iajectiaamnlale aaa.taioa : Sani such we know to be thei rul and practice of every Slecislnlive haledy. The apologi: ts inquire, whyl Ihve Illec rllfilltlleirdiel. d pelvs t,- atril Cie oae a noprii tln a stinIu f illnei t i- le 4tha re-iani'n In a SIlller whiPh iit .ioV be Pprt.pr tn stnai , Ilat wihe tfrilia nca'e wnto ialtr,'ilh idin -Ii (olncil, it wa.1 rn.llO:linantit "asni Or)diilance iarpprol"i a ing ot s.an of money io to he 4th Reimrtl" anal fi * l lllrs,! when lse con+nteil were Ioersi-'ine, ib,.ir resii,,l lion referre, to ili calplion of th Ill alllatilni . nd i i it anal i at laar aala aa pri ai . i 't' a hnvia lo , laill, ao w ill.aat :ii ordinance nrea the nlloinlraa pri.neaa,,voald laa ip Ica a it -perpetrIltv wilfAl icnntoarsn nnod LeraaI nlsaa.a'ln. ST. MAly's E. e--Celelte's iaw pi.ce is to heI r prodniied at the SI. Clharles Thentre thisl elvening. Wla feel scalc enllclidtce that New i arleanls ill t rn out ea n .asis tl ot wt lcoanlal their falvorite, thatl (oilnl for lthua purpose is lhardly necessary. Celeoar's oilhtilg ins si generis. There is none like har. Slao slteal tile clage with all the poetry oif motion-tlhe veryv emlbilmliaenll of crace Her gesticulation is Ilhe index of tlhoughtl, and y no lannusge more distinctly conveye anolnia g, tl in the SwaviIng of her falir hand, or the flush of her intelleciltal r- eye. Jam satisi-so ever onen will exclaim onlv to feel a tile intense desires to see a repetitilon. THE CAn--MAr. Eaton, tile American Tregedian, has been elgaged. lie played lago Inst evenipg to Mr. Scott's Othello. We did not see the lelfernlances. Sbut front the retaauntion of the principals doublt not the elanracters wete finely delilneated. Than AMla. Barrett wedo not know a better Deodemona. Mer. Eason and AMr. Scott will appear again this evening. 6 CARADORI ALLAn'S Colcert on Saturday evening 3 wans perfect jam, and she melody of her song, was worthy ofithe lalge and flshionable audience who ns 1 emlbled to hear her. .i . . . . . . _ = . . . . . SEW WtVOK'--TIm llgenot, la tileo the French I Proltestlnls bV the author of lltiiille, the gypsy, tilhe rubblr, Attilt , ci, t soll, . Iteonuotr;atlf u of the Irutlh lofthe o h ristian r-.i gion by by Al-tander Krith, D. U. authur of the evidencaeaif o' , y, &e. Carl Wetuer. ai niUgi ation story,, ith other trles ofnllagiaoion, I uy the. llt tolfr filthe e masse, Guy Ilvers, Alilic llampe. &c, iln vols. Southelrll p es and picltres, by ithe authorI f Atalantli- Carl WVernet,v e, " Jut lr.nceived nd fur sale hy W McKEAN, ti l rluorer Catp & tI ttlll1ne sls UG(iA -thiil hogsheads on pIluutatiIn above tie city, Sfursaleby IREA D & DA I...lV, m2 7 Bank place, CEIIENT-omItn an d iydruelic cement, landing from silip Waulhigtt, 1t sale It mll RE. I1) C It i Rl 'l'tA. 7 Iank place O'HIIEN BUTTE.R & PINE APPLE' CIIEEES -f.r sale by READ & BAISTOW, in- 7 Bank place A Card. ORLEANS LITHOGRAPHIC ESTABLISI ME T, l5 MAGAZINE STREET, 'POSIT'E BANKS A kCA, E SGIREEN . returns his sincere thlnks to hiii V Irie ds and ilhe Irullic te New Orlea ua. ftir tlle latronae bestowed ut hi it Ibr the leat rto years, .ed ars leave It assure thlII tha all orders coullited tu his chlarge shall he punctually alteudld It; lie will as utial, keep thie ofiv o ell lurire lle Uner nd laur, buiness anlld address catrds funeral notices, ina ,e platllAs, d derawnigs, au ever dcrilllitl, ll tihe shortent nottiee. and on Ihe mor t reasouahle teros. Being atssited tv artists supmerir to any ether establiall otin tile city, a, d fretu loen expaerictte ii the lith1taraphic line, Ie leela contident of giving e(tire ,atisMlaclmn. N 0 Apothlecaries end dragists' hlabels exetaitsd ia as gool style as copperplate engraving, u at, au ce third ofthe'expense. v24 tcOMIFH -Tlie stahscribler Ihave just opIeled ever un al case o Combs. UlGH TOP TORTOISE TL'CK. Quill top Tortoise Tuci , do do Twiat, do do Llong, do do , Puf, I dat do Side. BRAzILIAN COMBS In all the aboe variety of English, French and Amterican manufacture. Ivory finetootll Comlbs, in all the variety ufsize and qlality. Pocket, Rack, Horse, coarse and line, and all other I Cnitba, fur safe by i REES & D'LANGE, novi3 18 Cu(amp t I SVTINIDW GI.ASS, LINSEKI,) OIL-71111 [.ix SV es of Wi .dow GUla , 1300 gallons Oil; 1. liar rels ofVarnashes; 65daz of Paint Brushes, received per ship St Louis and Barque Vou l;de, and Inlt sule by ROIIT. CLANNi IN, * nov27 12 Camp 17 EWV MUSIC-Poor Rosalie-- don't mean to tell . ylUlo her nome-TutoU hast learnt to love Another Swweet Atlun \ater, The Knight's Farewell; Hie paa em her ill sorrow; lind 's Lamitaet; They have given Thee to Another, Lovely I.ady Minae; The llridal, The Broken Heart; My Heart is all Aloue; Oh! Men what silly things you are; Oth coal I love him; Ohl Patrick, Fly from me; That Ituu art lorve Iv uho'll deny; Think My Love. Oh0! Theik of Me. ,anu think I have a merry Heart; Tile Vintage Song' TI'le ship is ready; ''hle Silver loon; Ne care eer; grievea me; Not for Me; I've been v here fresh Flower. are Sprimlgng; I dearly love Thee free; Woodmaun snarc that f'ree; h'le Wild Albatross Kiae Faries, aise: a Rltos of Jeisly; The Miustrel wood a bcauteous Maid to The Guest were bidden; My Falter I.and; The Maid ofthe Mountain; Ms native Love; My heart's best trea sure; My WoVdland Bride; Mine ntstu be a silent Tea,; Ily chi lltood'la hous Farewell; I'tle Greewo d Tree; Salomon Lob, a comic soug; She wore a wreath of Roses; M% pretty Jeae, I Just received and for sale at B OASEY'S 't Piano Forte and Music t lre, "nov>l 19 Camp at St. Charles Thelatre. 7';,i i, cmatg, March 4, Will be presented a new Drama called ST. MARY'S EVE, [Written for CELESTP, and performed by her at the Theatre. Rouyal, llavnarket; and Adelphi,london, for One llundred succestsive Nighit 1 Maldelinr, CELESTE In which Mou'lle CEIF.STFP will erfrorm a speaking prart for the first tiue. .Major Wentworth, 1De Bar 'I'oil Bag,, Cowell To be fillowed by the new Grand Operatic Dance, called, L'HIRONDELLE. By Madlll Celeste, assisted by Mad'lle Ravenot and Mrt. Bennie. To be folluwed ky thle laughable farce of REMOVING THE DEPOSITS. Mr. Paul Popp. Mr I1 J Finn Mrs Lucy P'opp, Mrs Harrimn TAMES' I.AST NOVELS, &c.-The Hngenot, a S tale of tihe French Proreesants, by Ja)mes. 'Iales of tle pasasion, by James. lhgotl, in 1836,hv J Stewart. Alcx. Keith, 1). I'. D)monstralion o tlhe trutlh fltha ClriCl:an religion. Prist's cditi,,i ol' i t Brilish poets, 1 vol. Aikin'H Britishl poet, And a variety o newastanianrl anl valuable books. E JOHNS & Co, na2 2w corner St Charles & Cnommon sta K ENTUCKY BAGGING & HA.E KROVE-For .sole by READ & IARSTOW, In2 7 Balk placs E XCHIANGE ON HOSTON--For nale by n11 2 I BRIIDGOE k Co, 134 Magazine st UNNY BA9l-I'or sal hr m2 J P WIITNY, 73 Camp at I fANNEi. OL-r1110 h Irrels , or sllle t b Imn WI ITRIDI; & Co, 76 Magazine st SiEA.S-:il' Io bxes inllHerial guallowper. Iysaon, aI eoange, P en, and sochoeng tes, gen r sale by In2 Wll I RI1DGE &C o, 76 Magazine st S2 NIVIS-- cases faicay bhrie and disli knives, for sale by SHALL & IIROWN, mI2 96 Magazioe at SHIRtS-I'- cne rerl lanel elirts. r,,r ateby 112R II , I.I. & IIllOWN, 9 Ma nga ine st IcztIar e d lor tsle t bv e I.c mI'- ____ I) DORSEY, 44 New L.evee it iit)-50 k e q lifl, l,o ibtrne l ir atle by - I n - I)ORSEV, 44 New L.rve U mir scile by SHALI. & IIIIOWN, m2 'i96 M azine st -ANCY UOrf-lO e I fae ,ir sale ho v in! 1 llAll.& BRtIWN,'.6 MRgazine st ' AN'I' M &c--lRll laloe3-4 and 4-1 hrovwn domeos I(1 tic Irleeliog and shirings; 120 bales cotton dril linag; 6 cases bleahed lreeliags, and 20 bales Russia sheetings, for sale by m'2 I RlIDGE & Co. 184 Magazine st I_ IVANA C IFF'Ii-170l baogs fine green coffe I luandin Ibis inornuing froem the brig.Carlelo from Havana, for sals by P LAIIILAW, nla O6 Canp st GItEAT ATITACTION!! At No. r3 Mlagazine streel, over S. leey's Auction Rooi, ipostte Bankte Arcade. M R .1 GI.L.EIt respcct'fulv informs tne public that IV the cnlebrated Statue of (EOOI'A TRA, Queen of Egypt, aties ofl te UnIi hlo, to 1I1. liaely rI' lilaatitlln (If %0ry lhoasand vihilnr. I arrived in thlis ity, and is nrw reiog exribited fer a llort tioe only, lfroe 9 o'clock A , It 9 o'elock. P IM. 'aPrlamillatlee, 50 cents; Season ticl:els, SI. frl. _ f r,_ -tb:. . . . . . .. . .. NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. 0 PRING iME..'rTI , m139, will commence on Wed n3 resdayl,13li of aIIilch, B39,aindl eontline5 days. First Day. Thil New Orleans Plate, a service of siler, velue 7110, 1wo mile ieia. In thise rat e i ,r Ois and lip .nrdls crry I1l I s. 4 yr olds uad unlr, their aplpro eo i e-<lnm )ty. A s.eeptllkes rr 3 r i 4,.; iullri :i. $,)Oil; l half rflft (2 mile hIl is) to S'erond Day. Jockey C.l.b i. I'uei. *10; 1r ilie I| lnts. "'erde Dlay. Jack eY' Club Pi$ure , . fuf1 -Iile hteats, Fourth Day. I 'ut;rse $71m; ir le uIheem' .-.eetie l ,veconpd ltare--idl r ll.. SweepetakeP oyr t h tls; aihII rTl )llll S31U , l. if forfeit, (mile Icallt;) fela Y N. )LIVERI, Propriieto f K'S-enlgic cket book lInr the .ar A. 139, wiih l lmnart . ,rt:m.nsox's skethll of civril engineeriag of North A mwrien, with pal lls. llaneiE rilwa e practice, a colleclion of working plans aln praclic'al dentils otf eaonitralction in elh public aorks if n le itIs relebratrd engineers. IInlI. li's principles of practilal pPersective, or see noraphic prtjt lustonl; colnaig universal rules for delineating archilectr:l designs on various surfaces, nd iauking views rinrm ature-illustre ted by fifty pl.t's. Unl.'s dictioarn ofechlnistrv and minernalgy, with their applicalionsa -fourth edition wilth numerous ill provemleni. ILLUSRATIONSo antllttural history: nembraing in se ries ofengravings and descriptive neaccounts of the most interesting and popular geenra tlls a speie 1,'lh animal world, with one elndred and fourteen plaites. MANTELL'S wonders of geology, or a familiar exposi lion oflgeological phenomeno-a-in 2 vrls, fr sale hy Wmi M KEAN, 0e4,6 cn,ear Cnop & Ioeninni .t NEW OIILEA, '-Se, F'lebruarv tW)9. Collectons offiee SI Mnicttltiity. N OTICE to owellrs f Iuhckr, drcan, ke.-Thl e fol Sa hlwi rin intace. %ill be rtinclyv nfirctd : tisolved, that wheever thc e Mayer's e all give a lit cence r drays, carts ,r lerhcnrr, carr id licente hollulr Im Iamediately elndrsed on athe hack hv the fiPrnier with hits lnecip, and erv pcnron neglecihi n litaill said cndolelllellt Inlld r,'ceitt on the ack of IliA lilellce, shaell sail a ninnt l eseinbe tint i thlll e colloars h alfxor ile city, ald tile other halt' far tle, in frmer. Aplotnved tInellelne2l 1821. Also the fill ,wing ordinance of the Council of tlte lnd iruunivilvaliOt - ill tile Illi,s ing words to wit:-r Be it rdleiWId, tln trolea ali o afer tilhi date; aery per. soon whao slall ru h a hal k, dray, or eart, aithi thile nsecondll tnlailiehlt,1e withat hlavllg previlsltiv oh talned a lieance ihereor, fe r lant e I ayr ofthii city, shall be a.uhjct to a lille eotl lesna ta tsnll-fievs dollars, enor inre than one hundred dollarr, tae mu'rtc v:rred tfie ati cnl rt of e ollpeitent jurislintil;. ; provided that uny lack, drily, or cart do rIe witlhou a Siceneelenreiiid, su:lll be subajet to ele soi sdl b r the colleluor of Ircr On haickOhs, drayn, earls, &.,. or ay tiny elmcer of plice, and delained t enl the fine aforetaid Sallahe I uid. Sent o thle iMayor e i14It day of June, 1817. Sigeed, JiSH A BALDWIN, Re'order. Signed, WV It WIHETONe collector of hacks .daray, sd hIawkers anll pedlarr. 201 fel6 lBUREAU Dt-S COLI.tf:'IlEURLs, Do laI Seconda Mniiniinlit'. La Nouvelle Orleeans, Peerier !5,1839. AVIS asx proeriaaitres des voilures, drsys, &c. I.es ordnlllllles ssivaletes, serullt atrictelenlt ol tervnLes. Reeolu-qeu tolute lns efies qu It iMurec doanera one li cense pour des clroiaa., draes. &c, In dire listen, dnvra etre itntrediatetcntn eadoeef r e dOesnrle Is collectaur aav,,c mn reeu el quicolleql ell n negigeanl ld'obtehir It dit eddoSomeett tala ren easr le dos te laI nienle icll inis A Ie'acualde de 1110 piatslreo, an maoiti6 Ipora mcit', et Pautre moisti pour le diluisur.--Ap prellas, l I fi)et.bre, 1831. lie nellle I'eordeonance suivante de Conseil de la2de Munlliciaalii, clt Is ite sLivnatllt. savlir : Qal'd sui orlnnaen qlli'aprel cetie date, tollte eer enlle qitl fer courir dlja eleiearls,drayt, &c, dilll Ia 2de tllanicilailI6, san' avoir oblein pe.ablentelt, eat licence pour cela d Meire de cetta: ville, Seraslljet A lumende 'It 25 jlsqtlls I[ll, d'etrn dellande devant ea eane eour de jarisdictlia susffisanto. Pollrvn que toute voiture,drny,&c. quicaresanl cas ladite lieence, seront euje A atre. s aisi par le collecteur do taxes salr les voilurea drays,&, 'Lt par aecsln olafcier de la police, ot deleanjllusque I susdite amoand esit payele. En voay) an Maire l 14 juin 1837. JOSHUA BALIDWIN, Recorder W H WIEAtON, collesteur de hackh, dray, colliear tcers et petites maeeiers. Mlt fe38 IJOX CIIAIIt--R tll dozael Box Chairs, jut e Scaived, and suitable for shipping for sale at Iouisiana Furniture Ware Ro ms. novl3 WM BCARNES. N U'I'S- 0 lils Brazil Nlta.just rreired for sale bh fell HEAD & IIARTIOW, BankPlace NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY. NEW ARRANGEMENT. rlTiHE Locomtlive will leave Ill Depot at the rost or Canal sltreel,retrv day at 8 A. 1. and return lt 4 P. M. except Sunday'w, when aha will I)eptar Return 8 A.M. 1'2 P. M. ýP A Car for prirate parties, iprovidd the nnmher he sufficient, 'vill be asna down the road on one day's previous notice. j 2,1839 JA8 H CAIDWE.I., I'resident. R IWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE-Just received 0 caste o4f this invaluable remedy ftr the v'a e and Ague. warrantld genuine, direct from the manufac tory in Pliladelihia, for ealeLb JA lVIS & ANOIREWS, jl 5 cor 'lehaptotIpln & Commtn at INES .« Educatioaa. How ahqll I govern my schoal, addreMaid to young taclhers. and il al adapted to assit parents in the mandgetmenls of femni ies : b E E Wines, aqthor of 2 V ars and a half in the Navv. Hinli oa Education, by the same author; alao,Hall's letlresm |o sclio)j imaters. Fur sale y49 d31 A TOWER,H 9 CaBp l Cam n St. Theatre. 2d night uf Mr. U H. EATON. THIS EVENING, MARCH 4,1836, Will b pr rmed the celerated play of DA-MON AND PY'IHIAS. Damon, Ml,. C f Ellon Pyliias, Fredericks lermion, Mrs Barrett Cnlanlhe. (ireene A favorite Song, b7 Mr. Ilodgds To conclude with the admired Farce of THE LOTTERY TICKET. Wonrwood, Mr. Johnson Copins, Fielding Mrs. Corsett, Mrs Ilonell Susan, Anderson To-morrow, 3d night of Mr. Eaton. W ANT I)-A emart atlivn whilt boy to do the work eou IHar nnl make himself geenrally ue - fill. Enquire at the Firem.nu's Hall, St Charles st Ct.FFEE--500 bgs h vnn., 35U oRi, for sale bhy StTETSON & AVERY, fe28 88 Gravier at [RON CHI':ST'.-Just8 receivedl at lir Lotiisas Warel Rooms, 53 Ilienvill street, 12 snperior sin gle and oll.uhle fire irlnfrieon f' lesln, frolt the faclory nfJ L Irovn, New Vork, Ior sale bv fell W'M R CARNES. T L. BROWN'S Ptent Platform Balnnces.-Gro * cars con lnd at 53 Bienville streel, Patent Plat form Balances, superior to any ever oferel in liis city, fell -W It CAIINEB. JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AND COP'KER-Pl.ATE PRINTER, No. 3, Camp St. W I.l. engrave nnll rint II order, bank noles. bills S orrxcllfinge, hlills oflading, diplorms, Innerecn tile anwd vi:iin ecardsO. ntrolitl, eouesnrer.ndt eounting 1uste Psols, dor pln:lte, silver oware, Jr. 'flwsys on, Iland, ao assorltnent of silver plated and bramn door I 8 Cards printed from plates already engraved. IRINT'S--1 cases variou. patterns, French and P A wmnrican prints, for sale by fe ____5 I IIRIDGE, & Co, 13.1 MAngsineo o R USSIA SIIHElETING--40 bales usria sheetling, for sale by feb-5 I BRIDGE & Co, 134 Maazinei s TO MIERCIIANTS. 'PMERCIHANTS can have a HBEAUTItFU. CII.CV I.AK struck offat four hours NtlCEr., byeaitFlsg fa the Conimping RooIU of T'RIE AMERICAN PRI'islrrN O()flrir, St. Clerles Exchange., ladjening thle ItEAD ee Ilocit at Corner tofGravier street, orat the PIint ing OuBce, curnerof Poydras and St. Charles streets. F EA'I'bIEltS-Br ship Auburn ao erlegnlt nror mnenr ofdiilretril eilrelrd hplanrs nvceivedl and for lte bly G)SSIP & Co, Excimn.ge hotel, fre2s5 t tharles sit U te' erivr l s.legunt uhooporoooe lilorrI.it e K dt"'! p. otoirroiefb mii beengo rrtIottrd r iottt murst ooolIr otyle by JcounCIIIIc. fe27 3 Camp s TI TPEN '1NE-4Il) Iila spit iti turpettine, loading fro't barqute Ittonoi. and instore for Prlehy JARVIS & ANI)!tEWS, feSS _ ormer Common& Tthoul &T itt iotito six DDE IJO11NSU4.5h 1, 2 nod :1 gollou drmijohna, landing Ir ship Clherokee, for sole hit JARVIS & ANIIRIWS, fe5 corr orl'oinnion & T.ltottupihoobam Pt L ONDON BROWN STOUiT & 1'IRTEiR-DIh ocorhe, loading fioto shipol W ittgtgon frotoLon dIo, fIr tilo oy feb2i READ & I& BAR.OW,? ,lfltnk plnce RoAN ( ,a i ~ NF. oage -,, i -p wcth iot-gtoo,, fL from !.oodon, filr falefby (oh KLAD & I wIArS 7 Book plB CARDS UI' I'ILINTEID at thle shortest Notice, io the most eleltooh toraor,e. its Black or Colored hiso, ott Enamel iled, Whithe f'bhpe, or Ploint bttrflo'cd CARDS, Ond Price'veiryretaonable at TRUK( AMEIIR.ICAN OF' FIif'E, reoarr ofl' ydt antod St. Chorleh ris. Several New tood irooeiftol bFouots of Tyito hare jitt been otilled to the sltahlishooot. Onrder rrreiverd at Coootnoijoo1 Rotom, Stl. rharles lF'xehoarre, Irt door trottt lltooor st.,ur of the Pintiniig (hOfi, earorer oflovtr-t & St. Chtarler streets. ftorl-(f (1b1NNY BAb;1i1)l bales, 2 ItouLtel guney bloga Gin store and for itole I,%, f1o25 .1'PI·hI~~: 1 AG Co, 71 I'oovblpo o IIOl.Ahy~Et-S--ierl hnlloo Loooe" M 10, it h ail 18 -lors acid tir oPa Ieb (h'1 J 'I'll YES & ('o, 74 PoodlrooPt COTTON CIRCULAIRS 1R PIIINTSD tivlt the (lerolenl Erpord~lio,,,, oan in it styole uostspionsd it NEIo aIt.EIANos, else OrDiEs Ihflt GCosotttt Ropt it& q. Cirtirfp oEt tiotnoe, (Corioer e f.rorirr S, ) or aIt T R 1 .k NI E R ICAN PRI l' I Nt; 1FI F I C E, cornor of Povtotrioitl at Choirles Si ir, to,trill bi ttoromjot/ atytlteodio. Der'. b -if. Polta toy B Jl TI I 'AiV. I t &t 4, __!1141rIý5 l"," --- - - -- . _ 711 Ito, st sllpnl~~i o It .oie5 IA1 b EIt & Co, 61 1'orIta at ,ricksooe ,No.79.1otioti tleiro do stand, r(rt thetorbttoseof trrt'ig itt[lie gocervrtoid treovixio buie.s re ptt'i tort ito dilitimi to their lisd tttsiteiooo,, ,%piplit iix " orlrýffr g oceries and l lrovi~ionP eithler f r it o "l' "hill h or ficttoliob u-, on lltiltt t qtio. io ron. _±_25_ _-_- _ February .:, 1639. Q TUGARL-bhh hot,, to illlltoi'io htor b thy,`6 1%, fr oMale hoy BE .1 & 114A t.3150 W, Frel"i5 7 Bahnk pIace FOll SAL.F. e MULATTO itVOIAN tgod 21 years, athiomle(d Irtmoobshe is a eood senoiolreso, wanirr, ouner, and houoe snervtot, with line childl 1J2 tonths o tl orrarsod from tlh vort otottotto dies preicribed by low. Applo oh 53 Iloito at between fliettoille ood Coionam Itotoe dl. feM24 C.1_15oaknmJudd water lmstrained refined oil, a P ry i .t'erior artIIle, for aWmH INy efi" ".1 r ILANCIIIARD STEAmI BOAT BILLS. 0WNF.RIS, A(ENTrS, r CAPTAINS oJ STEAM IBOATS can have rheir Bills struck of, in one or more Colored Inks, on PIain or Colored Paper, witdh iespatih, and on favorable Terrm, by leaving their umnnirs aiTl'i'lU AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydras anid St. Charles strects. Neov,9-lf A Alkl)--3lheai bslsunrior lel'lird.lur oai biy IesA STETSUN .. A VIY, 88 Gravier st H AVAN. C'lFVi-l I22l Iug, lan.iilg Itre blig iCarloto, il 4011 bag' in store, fir nlen by fe2 (iA TItlI., 3 traver at tll|l'rNI0'Y'S CO VI'TON FACU''OIY--'I'i e oub. Seribr wn l inire more .lhl s anl d plnte r that his eltablishmeul is now in lull operalion and that le is producing a lanric under the style and denomina tin of WVhitney's negro cottonm. lThose wiehing to I. Nortl, ngernt 13 Clintres at .r at tire estallishmntci of tbhe iincriber 457 T'ebojnpitilula , rt. IIBELNJ iMIN %'IIITrNEY. 7 o New nIrsnlen, Februnry 7. ll89 ci'lTf I-kANK, New t)rleani, 16 Febrenry, .39. l11. iltockhiouldera ol lth; IWniilulitnl are herleby in tiled, tlnt ile auntinul eleclionn n rTwelver Dire nton to Uerve for the lenmis.ii yeari ln li hield at the UIltninig I r-ousp, on Idah l l larcll nenet, between lih I Dour.ofJO A M uad i P i l. fell _It J PAI.FREY, Cashier WASHINGTON BAI.L ROOr Dress & Mlasquerade BalF St. Philip liaree, betweein loyal & Bliirbon. HllE Manager ofibe ab~wve manled Ball Roomin,gre . S ul to IIn frieiids ind tlir public flu tile onparal lhlled poirinoge bestonedotion wilnl orseveral nsoneo reeprctfully inforim the lintht thie eltabli..hlIeiil bin beeln enlatgel for tlhe anmuselnt of visitors, and on dergone inhlaedsa rep airs. The bar will be sarpumad by Wmn in quality o liquors, and file Restaurat % ill Ib kept by lte abllest IRestauranur in tlie United States. Tlie room will re-open on Saturday evening, 3rd ot Noember rnext,h GRANDI DRESS & MASQUERADE AUI., and will take place an uOual every Moeday, Wedn;el wlay and Saturday ovening, tiirilg tho season, wlhic will and o i the let of Maly, lii9. N. It. The grenatet attention will be paid to kenp ing perfect order thruughlout the esiablirhimnt, as cal doo last seaoiil. on_24 _______ s le by the quireor ream. by feL22 IAVII) FELT & Co, f4 Cliarlr at FASHIONABLE CLOTHIN-- ROBI.MSOJ. R GOOD O I.'J , sNa. as, C.Eweah r Whltf, Oie D,,.ir below Bilnville, H AVE constantly on i nd every arliela appertlin ing to gentetletle'l dresn, made in the best nna. ner and montl flhioooble style, vnhivl tlhey ofier fer caah, at redtlced pricea. dec'|.l B38 _ W., MACLAY, Aaney a Lawn 14 Wall street, city of New York. Collections swi Law bhuiness attended o in i ny part of the late o New Yorke ltoiterneet- Mlark Wahlina Eeq, lion Ogden Hofinarn. Walton & Kenip, Messr»s. Criple & Wyeth, C(: larrod Esq. C»hlpr, Frame & Kinmbeal Robel rSar lEn, e rark.", -New Ota*.i, i) l 6-Sip J UST reaeield at the Loainiia Furaitur. Wre sl u Ronti, BUienville stree.t,'00 Mtple .id Cherny Iledsteatls; a irs rate article. AIu, n t.n.or( nlelit of Mhpi, Wailth , and Ist w .ill bi .ld fold theloweet cash p r *rH; I li .^

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