Newspaper of True American, March 19, 1839, Page 2

March 19, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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' D fier 12 1839. ', - ce doa I94vncr 3439. l 'i o- N Cg, so I oaisne d'amornr. n8 t It ufifq a tcrik6uc& rnoueelor i n, f'i billes qisuant dro li'e premior de cc atE poafla propridt6d cquie do John Frdret ' 'le'otrso ler ldvrinr 1837; poarvu qua ltri ginola anont 'rtanua comme gnrantie l Iol, que los illets pris an renouvollemonm t,.s lles oendosaeurs, at quo rien duan caott iona ln aira fait pour attnnuer Ies drmta de " t5icl lte cur la propridt6 pour (aquelle oea o th 1 týpiionncr. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Jalulu qua do illets troi, sir, nou et douzo o suagent o reqospourJ'intdrot an tnnx do buit aent par an, il oat blen entondu qua l'i .tret qac. prp rieria lo cc mole, suit plny comp. Sitnd ` JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. 'idseld quno c'mimoiru do J. Lalande, J. Lordl, apd Compagnie, at d'antr, a, aun njet do dip t do suaer at de molasso ,ur la Levre, soit rdfird an W riisangor, qui est on eonsequence instruit do :sttriy en vigour les sections 11 et l12-6e do Por donnaldnc ddflnisant les devoirs, apprpuv6d 14 mia 1837. iignd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. II Ilten outre rdsolu qu'il sor ddb"andu tnouto oil ttes perusonue dc transporcer on fairo trans. parter aurla Lovd, ono ld wharfl, a faco do cotti SUnioipalitd, autreo quI crux ddbarquant des ba taux y restant, du socre, do ia mdloosso on tous ia.tres articles de dcnrde A vendro ~tOiates personnei comnnincaue d'avoir viols cotte salution sara passible d'uno amendo do $50, r6 evrable par dovant toout cour d'une jliriu'liction eompdtente, au profit do ce;to Municipalitd. Sig d JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu quo 10"voyer eat at demoeuro autorid b faire placersur la place Laftyelte uo mtt do pa. villan. JOSH (A- BA LI) WIN, IRecorder. Rdeelu que to voyer fOra flire des pontos t tra irsesr do boispartout oiilt famir., It I'ioteroeeiion doe stea, dans lo Iimitua taxable ie cctto Mnnici. palitd. Sirend JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. asaola qua lea rues sur Ieas eit nord-ouect at aid. ala I place do Marchld dill aubourg An noncia.' tion, sartrnt 44 do Ilrgo y compris lea bain. quettes t quo lee banquoettes dans lc diles rues, suront 8 pieds de largo.. Sign6 JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdhelu qo' aprfs avoir pard lea dites rues, to voyer leer donera la dieo largour, at quo toute per. tion des barquettes ddja fa ics ot oxcddant 8 piods ie large, nrcant reduitos . une largour do huit pieds. Signd JOSHUABALDWIN, Recorder. ..deol que la rdsolution passdo par to Consoil . i dorance do 2J Janvier dernier, autorisant Il Comptroloulr payer i Thom:es Reilly la nomme de quatre cents piuastr esot, et demoure rappeldo. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rd.olu que Io Trdsorior paiera p&1 honoas Reilly, ccr uordre du Moire, la somme do quatre cents pCastres, poursureroit do travaux on dlargissant at reusant sle canal Mclpomane. Signl JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rd.olu quoe 00 ploeds do myaux soiont ochchts pour I'usage do la Comapagnio do Pompior No. 2, aimi quo ions Ice articles ndeossaires de Compagnie dse Pompiers No. 13; pourvu quc Io aIrix to at do ces achats d'excddo pan la somme do 1100. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Ildoh qu 0 fd omytxcmtuitid COMMERCIAL. Slteel Date". arl.lel. Mear ..."...... l [wllloFl ...... Now eerk. do ..............8 Ci,,,.,,ic, r.......... 2 Phlblelph'. Malr...........II l.olsvlleh, AlI.,........... 4 Kiattii,,hr ' Ft .......... ... id 3 et. i. l., l'.hl......... 2: I·, olah,l'nh .......... ....21 I hvn:r .el, Fe'b ........, 7 Ilian toe ('ldtas) d ....... .M I I .ric .... .... ... 14l Slc..... Pel............. i.,i . . . hell' Ma r ............ 7 Il[ .t dA ................161 FORTP OP NEW ORILEANS. CLEAIANCESd. lared, 18,1839. Sehip Iedfrd, Welll, for I.ivecrpl. A I. Adlditson & c fhip Pec..e Vieturia, taul, fur L.irorol. • ~ I Mulldard & ce 8kip Choroke. I.oring ftir Itl, J A Merrecett tlrigt a Iiira, WhiO., f. tihlegow, S t J P Whetaey Brig 'tl I'ih llobilleon, Iur Boston, li A rildge & co Schr Dree. Perry.ler New YSrk., A Iridgele & e 1chr Septnmber. Dea", Cfor Slulile, SaIter kehr Amnluoll, Kelley,for Irelaer, VV Bryall Alt IIVALS. .laech 18. 1837. Tow boat Phenix. Anahll. Crla N ti1p.i, Iaving towed to amtskips Jelle hl.aal r el l ai'd lCIIIeei bri Kiing I.eideCr, alld .rhmaelelenry lt, eed WeoClthelee,, reli.rnd Ito tha city wctb chip T1,ric,,ie, hurequeo (allnTeo aed lI:diiburg. left the br an tile lilh Illlont nl 4 I'M. tllior, inl siht ill ile ells bhaqee (eizello elln brii Irdceux ill tile riser. iarque Gellitle, Lcalbard, 14 dely. Irulu Baltimolre, to Gse Bedford. Ilrqpa Ediaburg, TIeubhaid, 23I day from Provldeict, Io Matter. Sbhip 'l'arolinlta, Smith, 15 days from New Ylk, to the Alt.. ter, Icer Pal.Ila, Hllakew. Apalohiceli. to tlnater. Ik IBarry.p Kelly. II day. Irum C:hrlaletou, c slaist. Bahr IGov Arould, wacill,froth t SalkIt , to S J V tilwell 4" co. akhr Slakina. Rutler, frmI .tleieie, e 61 hett. BehrCenvoy, Avacy. .h111 i'P.., ftrn,, Iegyed leleId, slid 1th tnst.. from NMecnu. N t., to Ilpluc & \i',ema . Stemer Wiluchater. Ael.crsoe 1t',.In CiceUti.mi ttleamer Brilliaet, liart, from lUyoe Furec. SItecmer 1 M Ie' ileOU J,n., Ilerrill, fI¥,11 Pliltblreg. Sletmee Adrialic, lerry. frum e ieciaimi. iltelllcr BUuky .I,'/'huaquu[O, f u r Lorui vlllc EXI'OX'I'l. IVERPOOL..-Peerhiip telklrd..Cergn, 5,I lid. olhacc, c299 'hales rpltne ntl 914 Ii. flour. ..............I'rchip 'rilcesc Viceeria..Care-, 2.i9 blahlo Cotla,i. OST.N'.. Pecr *lip Chroke..C(:arn. ..0 Ic',, a cee, i111 II. porkh ente k";, and 24 I.h, laid, If bd. Iands and+ tk t,. 11or.. ...........c,'e.wlfn hrll i'.,It' ...Crg,). I(Il h11A I and kcg. lacd eald perk. I:S14 lI l. e ced '23 hlliIdP . il.ASGOiW.. PPr brig Ilcrare..Cacgo, !e11 hlIeel raltI,,. NEW ¥010K..I'nr Pellr Dtures..l.erio, lt(i I0l. lur a.,l 11m4 pig'' la.d. NOBIL.E..Per cltlr citelOlle. r. .crgll. 61 hl. u.ear, 260 ili nalslte.,3.0 blh. lour. 47dc whi'ecy, aId 20) pork. $lAMA ..Peaereh.llAeael.. laree, 6 holoet callcu, cO(10 feet S mll I.r, lps diy lacds alld el.helldlic. I311'(att'i HARlLESTON....r rclhr Ilrrv..Ccrc u C 50 tieiroea and 9I t llt. th h, rit,, i t A c Ihtetc. BF MARKS..Pe«r ++he Gov Itllllld.C.ulrga. 30 beles rcooun., J wV Stilwell ,h. co. JAMAICA..Pcrc.,:hr SlIhi,..'eIrge, I, to, mter. lALSSAU..Pcer ahrr t'eic, C l). : 'r, 2I01 ll,,.lllhhl. salt, :"ad tSUa'etlenll't, ieo IIlcr .V,. \,.trii. , UALTOMKtE..I'Per hIarqc.i jal'ieo--lergnc rlc,', l-h gt. rc.ria, r.c d, he.ideare L.. o, N ,3 J Ich.S J Viarun coe, tlegrrl k h Ileedeorc, T B Ecat. Iac,l. Jo. cleudi,.ead eI It ,0rt. ROVPIDFINCE..Pererqcllo tdilll,, l ..t'aege. I00 blI pollt toea t d a.,alll ,ut Oeleii,, eo eac.e.. NEW YORK..Per .lil Tirolilll ..:CIgr,, A.artcrd ellorbu. Ilia". t., tunml v - ,e I'#urlll . NALAHMICOI.A--l'e a ilr iola...Curgee 5hcales ,:uleun, Fagg A ildchk. M. W illcr c,nlt llaetrr. MBEST. tIY..Per twolot, bonls..ti'.rg, c l6 hi. dour, fer re.thlipleihlt to ieloII. RB I P.' orp l'It+OIlIlC:. Ccdc*·uti..Per ltearm \Vine: lreer..tr.ng, 1011 he. perk. t t..ent AteryS hd Ilrd. J II taiycll41 lbtlee ccoII Ilub IacI OGch,4e dt, W kerlct,2 do, J Iltat &aco. Itmlaville. Peerleeer illc.kert..t eaa.o hd Idl. Icrn. J Ni ton, 3 kdb. to.lro, J Vetlraell i r, 13.E l:. flour, FrL.Ill Rculau&aco,ikc..L. , 10 bl., .2 hal" do larc , Slark.,y & Wbittliulham.k , .ach. atid 113 I'. wheat,, Theas hl.lull., 22 dos chiekeaa.or acaon boarde Uk l Mall for Ilt ilt i. ace, boaed. Cie-lllleti..Pt eanmr Adilcpic..Cargo. 1:134 bl. ll.,lr und 4Otd whltkev,Q.QIIa & cIclthgie. 4io Ii p l, k.213 I folut. nm 1t3 kdi. ote. I IlriJegc cu, i56 llt Wlllekepy.J Y ,irce & o., 313 krgo lad, 8 Acechec. I I hkl keim, S A 5ic.,ce. I:0 Li hbll.cO, 55 id peork, I:I.3~ dfour. 151 kegs lard, J Thayer .f 4e. 4Sd bkilekcu. J Lcadil, & eo, 5 held csui, owner on baced. Pklthkal.,Per sea'ccr c V lt Rll.ison..(eroee. 2 hn. chic k.la, A Presl.l Ito,. 'P a.ann.o. o, li blIaur, J VArs.e &eo, 4t8 de. IMehrd C Siirrcoc. 4 li 11" I.1.. and do "hiclcy, . m . llet, ate, hn al, l bho : fJ V Brlyan,, Id h. haccn i aYdLN. o, oud other. 1Utyt tr'. Per et.elr ltriliall,..f r.c., I3 roil. rope sdl 14 piea' baeellg, Pierre Shellllc .I lio. leI hale.s cOlta.ý Rad I do mol.'fk,,. Barretl, 57 LblP, i ulton, G c P I.rP , I8 do. ]lerolds, Byrllo& no. 10111. W\V M yllrl,.,. a8 Ymlllaun k st, 7do. R Lasuutaee , 1 do, tGuarde., 7 da, Calda cll & liekes, ald sndryr otherr, ,..,., .,Klu ,.O A lt. .,,, opt. 8. tteIelahi, of Patnloeh. N.a..a, and cf thee ehe Jtitn, dled wheal days aut from J.liaac, uf eun.sump U..... LP e et alldlo epoke oa the Itilcrca B.elha Irqua .eClliet, | kle w t York b alld o New Ollhegi. lit ta Gulf. . poke ihc k Ul a, d5 ay. Fr ml uble. ald bhuuad direct to Ualti IRO(N C"INI: T'.--ieac rCe.teild at the Lotilioet We1 t ta.lw..3 Ilinlevilch rcpre, I 'aeeri, cradi. alijlp deulc-r li clc arl .:'lt al",eu, frci thelt.ftturj ofeJ'L|rucu ,Sew lcrk, mar .ylh Rhv te- l.1,l I CA.RN.E. ThAEiV 'N *yt. -(Itfaiteic K'er ite It laed of the -+ .~ . c~" Na h .iic. he. Ih,' t .,il,.hcr tif " '1a1e a.ltli 0,t cui" l aiIIP.l" a. I crul , .c Jaill l' rcll jclal .c'd _ej ke rele by. W ill901 eKl.uilN, eIaSS a.ce C ia:tl / UaIe4 lieea etc j rR1111 1 f-A*W itIOAN:1'. skersSi ;iv J.rita cnitr N. FARTIWV'tL AND ..BOLD ISU- EOIIIU EAINS TUESDAY MARCH 19, I.39. a. WANTED.-A person who can bring smificieut recommendations, caoinobani employmnent as solipitor fir subocriptilon tot the DIAIIY, litI-WEEK;.Y and WEEKLY TRUE AMERICAN, by making itime diate applieation at the Counting IRomn, Cornerof St. Charles teld P'.ydrtns Streets. THOMAS II. LEWIS. "If at stroan ditcrimainttillg nntllrl inintd, tilltt na tehLoIt g appliateo, slI a trEsofundity of legal ken-.w ledge lid thl re op ightnion thie OpleluatGite, we thinkut nuh is enpol tde opina ion vjustly e nttled to it. li in, awhere tla tf rhte-!ied loral plei n o nc Thols.eq. Le has flw en neXt.ied. dal-ta iy rend! Wfite a plstercfore we thil thatrt ioonlr pit anteat coaldll et w iti sucy the lnet, l cctoatin, n a he ppy ter ac prt of the State pressing that at Ti'homno 1t. Lewis, Ea.s to the sladreme duenctih [Opeleunas nGaeUe. Satch is tito a o io ro d t he Opelus Gakette buty an euch is not the opinion of evry area, er any man, where the iure-, wered ctoo slow an uner of Thin. . e yield ane, even exposed lie in dewd! With s a pleeiArg,r con ciliorecy tetaner. ett anll eddrean, which to stay the least, i nateg eodtis , aun rdnla lhppy lcrinipy of expres, ng coalion place ideasi iota somewe at shawy dress. he was calculated to ettke frtids and etothe inoae inhi eal toIll k . hi t lt his llmewllon thait l ia ptr uriedelat he gav ilope to reach a igh rounctd of the la iner by ring hanet course, wereh to glw ityd uceulwarin. lie yield ad to gresser ine'inttion, nand there he liea! no low that caret rven tile: Iane a it would spurn hti. After con. utnrtttrarg Iea unpardonable, unprincipled tffeuce, t he betook bein to his hiome, wheren with hin planhsib'lslg lie hoped to rear t shield to protect hio from the unerring shalt on justice which hio guilty soul warned hier woual speeldily he in tile pucrsuit. Thomas II. Lewis has forfeited the good opinion of all ioetsr, Ihonorable men. What in his "profundity of legal knowlelge" wortlhi Wilere is bin "acknowle goed moral worlth" I'e Ihas shown rhe llneaknss of Ihis heart-he has endeavored to powr not the green venom of its deadlty poison to Ilaet the reputation of another. le is dead, morally and poiltieally dead! lie is not to he trusted--no faith can ie repoied in him. lie is destitute of tile moral artribultes of manood, anld shall hereafter be .nlo viil only by te grosser particles that darkeln human chracnler. I-it not prlvoking that thronug the rerpentine and insidious cur.se of this reptile, the State of Lollisiana hlla Been deprived of one of its moo t enlightened and highly esteemed jurists on the bench, hibch he was so well calculated to adorn ? If the Selnate of ILoaisianan wioual do jlslice to itelf. it woillt rectntider tha votel by which it rejected tile enomina:tio of MAr. Bowenl on false occusationl, and untanimously sunltai the nominatiun; a lileral, higll minded, and hoeorablo body would not shrink from cont feasing its crror, especially predicated on the premises furnisihed by Thoe. It. Lewin. LATEST FOM 'TEIAS.-We bhve received tile Gal veton Gazette ofthe 14th, ofthe tit, ofthe content, of which we make an abatracet. Tile scllooner, James Mnadion, was wrecked and to tally lost on the bar at tile moutlh ofthe BraDmso. Tie principal part of her cargo, consisting of timber and provisions, was saved. No lives lost. Tile President, Seccretary of war, and Ch. J. Rusk Sarrived at Galveston n tIre 13th. The call of the President for men for the protection of the frontier, has been indifferently responded to. Mlaty tIllik that tile fears expressed by tile President - in his proclamalion, are inaginary, and have no exist. Sence save in his poetical imagination. Thle pltie for the seat of Government, eelectedl by tile Colnlllissioners, has not yet been made known. The probability is tllat the next Congress will convene at Hlouston. TLSIE LAW OF INSURANCE. An imlportant decision has just been made by the Su. preme Court of the United States, the parniculars of whichre tire thus stated ill tile Alexandria Gazette: Supreme Court of the United States, Tueinday, Feb. 5, Iti9.--NU. 53.--Tbl Columnbia Inantrnmtce Ctmnonpy of Alexandria, Plaiotiffs in error vs Asnhby & lStrililng and Peter Iteewtt,delinddntsin error. MlrJuttice Stlo ry delivered tihe opinion of the court, affirmlng tihe judgment of tile circuit courtenf Aleanatria, with the cost . T'ia cnnse involved, we learn, one of he graest anud lmost dificult questions ont the law of insurence. The1 authruities were in direer conflict, and thequestion thus unseattled. nind never itfolua Ieetn brIought before a court oflhe last resort, eitber in Englad or Amerrica. It hna now alrirel ol l ih t ; l aw is conclusivelCy tprotnouene and .rever ersltblliashed by tile highest jundicial triltunal kn.wn ill our country. The question was as to the li ability of the cnrgo to nit Uverace contribution for the vaeseal. IIThe ncaeTinid uellrred everal times t fa vessel's beulg voluntarily strnled by tite caplin whlen all wts in imminent peril-ifrolr a gale of wiud-from fire-or lirnm tile chlise ofn l eltellly or of iirotesannd it has been bhel and universally dnliitedl Ihlt it tile straUdiing were dninen with the viewftpreservittg crew, vessel ald car g l-tle cnr.onllbing sered. anl tile vesse ciro ingot oafl witlh parlntl injtury, tlen that tile ncto eltnhotha ctmlri bIlte towalrld tpynvl tile damage or cost of refpairs en. cailltatred iln tile lhip owters. IItt tonle of thle writers who hehl this opinion contended for ttle furthler princi pie, that if the lip wa:s totally lostor destroyed by rsuch aoluntary trantllding, tlhenevenl ifthe cargo wits sa vd thetlecb ,it was lot labole for ait aveorag contrihiotou The courts of New York and Virgiein Lad decided according to tile opinion last stated. The courts of Pelnnyvlvonl haind decided thatn ill aslch casee llhe cargo or tile underwriter. on tie cargo shoulld contribute. 'lThe Circlit Court of this coanty decided as tihe courts in Pcnnlsylvania, and tle Supireme Court of he U. S. having unanimously confirmed that jludgmlnt,n have forever attllied this much disputed quenslon The Su. prttoe Court furthlr held that it was not necessary for this ieat tof trandlng to ihe lllne, o contsulthation cor ide liTeralion by the captanin with his officers or crew ; H a likewise Ihtt in lltna n caus tine cargo, or the under writers on it, shnid aontribut, as well for then lon s of fefreightl atto the ressel. We have nut titme tt give view of lte merits of thei ase, but otly mean to state B ow the low itas lneen establisaled. AIartOINT MrNT oI BY TIIE GOVE RNOR. l cne Johlsnt, Disteicct Jndge of the third jNdicinal 7o be Administrators of the Charity llospinl. Il Rile, W F C DiliplAnieo, W Vy IISlofan, ui in (atla, DLictr tlniast, ioctor Rogers, lIoctur Sabin 3lar til. ..llI, crs af the Eatrn .th edi Cent Itrd. Pierre Lentolier, J Jones, J Lnalnnt. A Labartt, J lihe. leanbers fl the IFrestern Medical Bonrd. M Cruytin, F' l Madntdol, P I. Smatlh, E Sloith. [J l+ynens, Register of Coneayanees fir New Or. learJs. J W I)anielst. Strvn,.vor aefte Paorish of Ouharith. It F Mn(euire, I)istriet Attorney, seventh jtdicial SJustices of tne Pcee, itA the Poinerr of .¥tary PnWhie. A rnttd I.Rnnns, ftr the Parish of tl'lnloentie, at or lnear I'olnt A tl Ilnchie. F Morentn, fir tile Prrinh of Plnaqnmine, at thne lit rat settlemeitnt. Jntlerte f lthe Pence. p I' Toamc for ti n Panrish of Plnaquitnlie. Mt litnlljohn, J ittes vlnhi, and It V Irneye, for the P' Clark, fr tihe Parish of Notllitochenr. 1. Ktinca, J X Calntrelh, J Druilhet, E lira, for the SItrslh of Sl. Jnmenr. J R IlaItanletn, Jahn Biekllam, for the Parish of A ltlalrmhreysa ,r t ilte Parishi of iS. Jaldc. Vi'in UloretarwnI, I C CRlorltote, M1 Wood, IV Far llar, J Cilvrenli iclr Jhe Parish of Uaion. Witt Sn!tesJ (Irilannnt., S Ilandn, II 0 tcEmnery, for tihe P arriih o Itato u lahh. J Tt Cmnlbll l li l tlnycan, for the Parinsh of Cold. SIlill. I liar, IV Witingho nlln, S P Stone, for lihi Parilt I Cf ata linnhtt C r Gilberla, ifr the Pacrish of St. Taommany. I. FIIids, V Walker, W Mladde, S t Qorles, fir tine 'iuncmth of ilaiburnn. J II K lnlt, f r the Parih al St. ilelena. Jilllmt n laulhiitng, Jottes Galloway, for thin IPrish of Carroll. Act netannr, A Wilkinsno. for lhe Prish of loadi M l'ilater, senior Justiae of the Pence o!r ell Pathi.n a Ol Carroll. oE Miller, fIr ite Paitsh of Coneordia. A amitls, frf tilna Parialth f LnFayette. It nusha, fior th, I'sPrish of I.afnltrche Ilnterir. Notnsries Pubic.. t G ' T eonli, for the Parislh of .iving-ton. t llninlnts. Ctthiiboruee. F ltiuord, Arvovel..la. reWm Ioanler, Eaui Flelician.. '1' IluSahkisl G W Bisy, Cad.o, L Bnoonecaze, for the P'arih of East Bonrn Roange. L it Sille, West Felician.. S E tallmnu:n,' Cand. Ceroaers. N K Ollmltloud, lot tile Parish of Cnio. J loI hditn, Nantcl:tnalnes. A V Jones, Union, , heriSi. W C Carr.Tar thi Parish afUnion. I Plait, iCl.iborne. J Wala.i, cOronler, Iberville. Jaut 7'a; tor, Pltioh Judge oftme Parcih of Union. C ltlts, Jude. oul tim Co.a meriahl Court if New Li ('ltl in. d pP Jhctnam, Port Warde,,. "h:s-o P Ialll, Pnari.h Suraeyor of Cadu. ECLIPSE QrflDtfs-tLai Day-Teo Mile heaes. We clao0 to-da our taccollnt of these interesting races, in Colonel Olivet, wisthiie' ii thie et or in the /ooth, atrives to tuake for the public tha beat of this noble sit ,port. d 'To-day, the two mile hents were competed for by four first-rate bred nags--Blrbara Allen, Sthreshley, U RIoderick Due anl Greydoc' Our favorites were of the Medoe blood--Stbreolley anrd Greydoc. We hardly P knew which to choose. The former's full plightwarned us tihat ht would not be winmer. The first ieat was one of intense interest. Brushes were made one after another, bt they principally lay or Ietween (ireydo and Stlreshly. Ater tomn for e much speclntioe, the latter took the lead, andi after a s fine runa Irade the stanl first. arlbnra AIIhn was withdrawn--she fouitnd that she was not in tile race. At the trp of the drum, oef the remaining nags started--Greydo and Stbreshly can tending, and Roderick Ianging behind. Th'le second mile toll. Greydon who had loitered, enlme up and informled Irode!rick he had no show. Mthresllly gave him a run, but Ihe had to carry too much fat.-We give tihe race. I. (;. & D. Kenner's g. c. Greydle, 3 years old, by Mledoe,damn Grey Fanly, by Bertrand, I. I. 2. Thomas W. Chinn's ah. c. Sthreshley, 3 years old,I |by Medoe, damr by Paragon, 2. 2. 3. F. Duplantier' g. . . Roderick Dhu, 4 years old,by Merlil, dam by Bagdad, 3. 3. 4. Y. N. Oliver's ch. f. Barbra Allen, 3 years oid, by Collier, daom by Sumpter, 4. dr. MOBll.E RACES. Tslenu DaY-- Two rmile heets. J. S. Ganrrison's ch. e. I.ublmr 4 vears old, hv Maryland Ecliipse, dam by dir Alfred, t101 ira. 1 I D. Srlerlenaoll'a br.C.c. George Walton, 3 yenro olt, by Urr.iber, dilci by '1IirotlllI, 1f6 lb. 3 2 J. . llaurto'a tri. f. Black Rnre, 3 years old, by I.nevidlrth, one of Arl,,3 tbe.: 2 dir 4 Time-I st Ileat, 3mri. 5?s: 21I do. 3m. 56s. Foelart DA.y. f March I I, Jockey ClubIPurse, $70--3 mile heat o Tho. Watlsnl's e. . eeBowaig, by Imp. Levias. d thnli, datll by orr rgntliial, I I). Stelnllstlllla' e. g. Dick Ilenalev, 6 years old, by ilarirlr, dn ounrlknown, dist. J. S. OGrrison's . Ir.Chllrles Magic, 5 veers olu, by Sir CIlarlesI dall y by.imlrjrled a Magee, diet. TIne-isto mile !rr. i s. t2d " 1 59 m. a. 3d ', I 52 S Track heavy, and rnling. FIrnT DAY. Foear Mile lents. der, I i J. S. .Gari.sn's b. h. Pollhrd llrown, 4 veara rol, by Wiliill ti,0nut of Hilit, rbj Pa colet, r - J. I. Brtolr g. I,t. Murino Ewe, 5 years old, Tby Jerry, darul Ilind I't on a m,. diet, Timlet-lt Ileat, i8 n. 10ie. 2d leat 111. 27s. IeoTA,' I Dlscov~a COaNccantD Wll RAIL oAD... Durin the tln month or t ix weekl crovwd oF perloe, soei dentlyot asuperor elass or eiety. hveto the iurprio of the inhabitants of the quint neighlorhoid of Bohn,. heen sen endilng their way towardl. and inquiring their way to In obh bure house, No. 6, Crliclt sleeat, near n oho oqare. In the coca of the pst weak the ecitement has greatly increasoed by p vast assemblonee or the oi ility, members of the admin iotrtion, fellows of collages nd of sieige c institutions, cml .illtcagino , n a.....chitelt., cl..cyor.. railroad directors. printers, and c whole hest of the patronsoftlle arts trld t in. aneces, of whio ere bas we folnd out iy following in the take) 1ttracted tlhoer Iby the Cxhilbiion of t ma el eta loeo motive steam enine, lwhich, twith other new nod rppcrently imile invenillonl iacting and harmonising therewlth are de.. tioed to work the fallowing wondrous changes and improvei sent iun the present system ol' teml carrmene eonveync..a desideratcn and l "ct slnlnationl devoutly to be islhed." "Tle eig[incl and trains cannot iesibly go oft the railway or tpert. "rhey can run on ooy required curee with speed, eufety, and e minunasc degree offriction. "They can ascend mail deocend all aclivities thet cae be re. quired in rilways nnd with speed and convenience. " u'heynre relieve do all the dead weight rendered d cedl. r by the present systemll, csil are no heaier than is requir n tobear the loadof goods and arasen lieris. "Thce. crria cg.h ioc and weight wili be almost oc the "l'hey will be les expensive thn thoe et present in use and tihe inlllense expenditure of tunnelling, embankments, cuttings, io . ¢oc, will be entirely avoided. "The repairs of the railwny the "wear slid tear" oithe an. gies andd trainsewill be muck elol extleuive than thore now In use. "The inconveoience and elormou outlay oeulttling theoegh parkeor otlheripeculiirlysiluated roperty.liseavoided by the p awf ofgiving the line any desired direction. Theingesiou inveetorand patentee of this new system. whichk e llustletel with lgeat clelrneees, ist Mr. oilln, a ceculetoa. well known cand rcieci admirci in the seietii. c cirelre! tIe iatlead izCarliieo street threedaye a week, for tihe purpoe eoi" exlili gllc hie mocels and ell ioe. the latter of which has l een oeaulifully manufacttured ct the erpense of £301; slid is on the scale i loe road healf inch to a fot. [Londou imper. RIOHTS or I'AsscO OGEC.-An action wee triod yes terdey ill tie Court of Colemo i Pleas, ilroughl by'l)a vid Itihb cc. Fred. A. Mclelean, to recover Iback the osum of $75 and interest, paid by o tie peintliff the le fenlant, theln Capli a Inf ti lr triitl Iherqlle C'olclbester, passage loeyv Iou t o vccyagoe froll tills port toi Liver. Alior ieII pleriee t of thece nsagi illo net ne whten tile vossel wrer abiOl tlree imilens andleie tic lare ti Capeill, tile delendlnt, suddellly ft hlier aln rt are to tiscs city i ill tiI' )iot islet, aleging etl a oex set for so loicg, tlnt if ll. wel ItIo osea iocigr tileo vercy ick, tile voage wouil kill hlim. Wihell tlI e iciodntil" flct d t1at tits c'eoi ccwas tI lieleft ill charge of tile itate only, whom, iowever, cIie defiledant e reisente to be filly eompetlnt thereto, lie, together witll onther iaeengere, alse If Ilher, unit returned to New fork, snd eabue nclcli demlanlded Iocek ilce pissege m1tile, aI t Ihe grourcll tha when lie took hiislspalgose he eid epo1i the hkil aned cilpoity if thie Caoiai1,e as 1ucl as upl, the sailii. qailies of tie yeseel. ''Ie ilivlllet of the Il'fcndnet and tile agreecont w-ere ninlilltec iend prloven. Werlle tlie dclcndant (llth Cnltain) left the veceel, Ice took tile dIhrtoncieiPr with e iln, nic it lid no, appearic tlat there wlsdas aItIller Oll .lr For tlle defelncc, it aipaledi tient led piloa tee t on Inlarl 1111o t1e 411th o Ort-olier clt, (tlle vessel hOd eaIi) advertised tl slil ti the 1stli of tlht m,)ilh,) so tle Ill lowin d yil.y she ws lowed oti of the iN. . anto cnsn al chr off' thie Casil l.CIren wh i rc she lay 3 cr 4 claye, 0in eco.leqoece oif souirV wethiler. Daring this ltile, tih defelallelt was n shrell;re ick and collfielc to ili ed. A day or two alterwarda rlie .ncnoe in Ioard llad sitif ihe wan well eiough lie woulc sail the next clIy. T'lhe essel was tlcec, by lhis lirctioenl s and nnder the cLhaleg of tile pilht t,,wed dawn to thre quarantilne ground 'Ticre dieflendant Iai a oi oaic board, still very si.k, andl thie voessel got undelor weiglh to gu Ironl thel quarae-. ine into altie loaver iia, hilt naoin east aneilr in conee queenc , of its Ibowing very Ilnrd a hlned wind. The Slllwihig lhnv she set sairai, tnd when three tnliles astide tilhe libar, lie C: Ilcli left Ier Ias above etated. ''iie was on the llltI of Octolber. Itt was ecitellded lior t'ie defCne. tlhat accordinig In COmmnerciai law tihe I1.Ute alwaye fills lite Cnptain'e iloe in causes of Sickle-s, denalc, or cther inelilily Oil nis part. 'lhe vesecl arrived lt I.iverpool in due eeasop, tnder Ic harge of the Innte. Tice jury retirned ii i lct for the ph0 ictiff for $775 cnd - iltteresl.--,N. '. Tines. S'l'AnZAS. Dolucti, wheln rt!cdinict s1i1iles are slining- Dolubl, we lchlccinccjciiig hilnis ale twilichg- Dotiiit, ih'hen I1c)nicCid wcors arri ol ine 1 lIoilil, wcac lll ihnlluis narat are glwinllg Illll ever doubt llhalt truth sillcete 'I'llat gh tallS in i tle slarliig tear. I)ollubt, whea elirtllc l IOlles c nvcte tilee tIc011,1, whePll galyeslt hoij, delight licee lIlnbi , Wllnte'er is lhillet, faireol Dclc i, wihale'er is brightcet, rarestl lhlt in0er dcllblct hia trllh eall lira IO hlctarh tllt sulffur--allld Jrgiec. A NAVAL I.CuIItET.--LieIt. L'nIttIn'e Odc "Conec, Ict i I c e lke Icch, cnill," reci s I f all incidelt nlielc cl1curredl c iboalrd lthe Lrilteod Ante ehijp of the line Dtelaware., whlile o£iccicill ii lli Mediterracean a cow yearc Oilnce. ''hlic Ali oiok lire near file loaail-s anlld of icotrs,', ci1CcI llccII e11c lrllllr icigll thi e i hilpl , 11 it wi Icllid I(-1icrily expecltcl Iter tilh lire wOcld of ollclnlic llleil till: wiiiiwlllr, [illd blw ile wholloe slillc'e cnmpxally It. higl. At ullhll a tilme, whet111thdat l wit stolnrlllg every c e i11 thie acitL, cle lll1Iwlted , onllulilCon nlld I disgnrd oel lhtie estalisheld rlell of dei-ciihie, r- ighllt n;altcllir bc ex c.lcted.-- llnLtile lirlt l.ieutellallt 'T'hlllaa IV. Wo-VIIIIIcII, who ncw Cotcollllllnd e the orivette dtJohni Alnts,ot tin icelt hiclica ationl, bly hia coi less alld dreiioll ellarcctlr, eorthly Io adlmliraliOll, check I d te Illd linlslt every avlll1loe of icelorlinelionll, alld roreell confildelice tie ile lerrilied crew. lie ordeled hlhm slernly t o ieid I tllheir respective dillties, alnd la lddicld, "If we iui,ii die, lt lc ll10et dentlh as hreave lien hnhi." This exiCortatinec1 ocratetd lihCe maogical in locace on ithe 1ini1de of ile 111.1 TheCy Wen1I ecivlly atdl nvstemalticllv e t w0rk undler file di.ction ot'lhre Sofliece;e, Dcd the lic e wlij ool exCtinguishled. [IusteCr JoucIe.el of [Coca nio tcldjfor thc Truee elmcricn.] ST'EAMI il -.licif AI'I EllD'I'll T 1111'S OF IVAI. lMessrs. Editere:--If yon will take the trouble enca iio.lely ic rOciteratec mo o lie interrogallorie clon mined in lie article frtln the Baltimore Amnerictn. re iPbli.lllld icn lie Bllcltin of Saturdey la-t, you will not fail Iherely toi recomniendc to your remlers tile ie nefic olf rte'ftlioull cipli our bestl cllnac of preparation Ior war. 'oi ilDny collentr in the opiit eliof vIor cer reSlolldecllt froen Wa.tlingtlnl, 1111a "tilere will Ie no owar ''--l Icipe yocu lac bolhc lie correct1 i tills opiilion;i b|t icl.e expeorielee teIclles ale liat thl Inlot1 1loorrillg pIlIc to pretoering peace with England, is clu pre pared fer war; adl iint hu1blh asupplicationsl 1o parc e. con safely bie hclllcesd to no ertlily power--acllc epplication% cldressed io our old arrogal, and wice cvaaqllislol fc', can only lend to invite oggreesion. We iciust rely or our ,CClrity on our oWll etrengtlh end resollrcc, as ci n it inell the suppeoed iceaooeuice,e. ijceblencse, ir furlearance of E1glaele. 'Tille icellrogaltries elhiclh I descire you Ito republill, Sre as lullowN:- I.-" If England a he, ad Fnc iand Russit are cen slrllrllig Olteoac uhips Ic carry their floets and Iclir mails lievely Iqlcarler if the gloLe, nre we of the United SIl-os Ico .hildti iby as it silent ep'ctetllr 1'' i.--lave e o inle'creetl in tlhis great alllterP C--.Aa wc duing auy thing hil Ilpltect eur -lce .gaiuct flc:cls pcclllcid by lteiU acw(ucr 4.-CannAot uch fdeots enter o':r ports and harbonrs t defeance of our present feebld means of defenco - 5.-Is our Navy to be neglected anslid our fleets of hips of the line to Ie placed at the mlerey of half a ooen otlmo ships of war ? 6.- alse we one eflicient steam-going ship in the United Statos ? 7.--luve we Oflteers who have ever made stemn' power their study ? 8.-What would become of us if we were brought in n collision withll ither France or England ? 9.-What wotld he the fate of cur boasted Petltsyl sanin ship of war, il brought in cotact with a stcn- l rigate to the wndward of her, and with a couple of 9l pounders? o? 10.-Let our Government think of these things, and aIsk where is their sccurity. ll.-1 am far from wishing t co:ljure uop dreams of war-Gol forbid that such a culamity should ever hefal oar country,--UT THE WAY TO PIlESERVE PEACE Ie, TO BE PREPAIRED FOR WAR." In answer to these interrogatories, I reply, that we t must eoostrnct o fonting batterics,and therebyelfectually lock-tp our sea-ports, until we shall lhae time und mnoney to enable un to construct rail romds from tile central and western States to our saa-polts and norith crn frontier. This will render us invtulnernhble in war,e and then, on the return of Peace, when all other meano - of defence are useless, our rail roads will produce a revenue equal to tile expense of tlhir construction once in every seven years after the war is over. and they I will moreover enable lus in twice or tirice seven years, to build a fleet to be propelled by steam power, eapableo of coping with any fleet upon thile oceann. The fouarth interrogatory is answered.-Tho fifth requires a more special reply-I offer that which fIdlows:-The time is close at hand, if indeed it has not already arrived, when no ntion will risk at sea ally novl force propelled only by wi d and sails : a notlling can be more certain than that three Steam ships of war, well nromd, witic iron howsprits and iron pikes all over their bulwarks, wall wmthip thirty shipt--nch one of an eqtul number of guns-provided the steaml ships of war make tlleir attanck only whilst the fleet without steals is becalmed; this canl be done always, a0 tile fat-going strenler conn chate tlheir time of attaek, and their place of attack and then crush the eneoy in detrail. In replyto tthe 8t1 interrogatory, I say we mlay defy all the powert of Europe if we construct proper floating . batteries and rail rontt. " What will bencoe of ts," indeed! Sir, if aery sea port in the Union were battered down, we should Iby pursuing the nasgnanimous policy of defensive war, alonee tainntil the attitude of honest defiance, repel every invasion, and render our beloved Union stronger than bulwarks of iton or ndanianut; and inl a dition to rail roads and Ionating balteries we shoulld soon perfect our independence by manonusttouring eatib bliahments.and interior commearce, by whlich the p-ople of the South wonhl find a ready and excellent market for their sugar and cotton and rice and tobacco; and otrain in return all they now need fromn Europe. But we catl save all our nea ports by putting every seoainn, and soldier, and nteehnoic, white and black, to work on floatingbatteries. But we have not a Ioonlent time to lose in the miserable struggles of P'rty, nor in the annonymou nonsense of visionary dreamers. We mast go to work forthwith. I hold ulmyell responsible, both in my public station and in my life, for all I say; and hence it is, t attach my proper signature to whatever I writs upon this im portant suobject of national defence. Let honest men of ll parties, whoi object to my views, state frankly their objections,a nd sustain their statements with their signatures; and if I do not satisfy them I anl right I will most willingly accept whatever project ithey shall offer in place of my floating batteries and rail roads. When I say my floating batteries shouldt ave flat bottones,I would beunderstood, ta I htve often ex plained, that they should be as flat as thley canlbe made ounsisrtcrly with the principles ofnnavnl arehltectuore consistently with the requisite strength, ando the facility of rapid movemlent upon tihe river, and otler inland waters, when propelled by totv boats with engines of St tl horse power. They will thus go where tile water

is but ten or twelve feet deep. We may move toher ftom sin to ten omiles an hour,and on fixing al broadsidc, we may turn them, and fire tlhe other broadside il the space of one linute, or at most in eighty seconad of tine. EI)MUND P. GAINES, I'. S. .Army. Recorder's Conrt, SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police antd Night W\atc:h, March 16, 18:39. David !fnaner, arrested, found sleeping in ollle f tle N O L N rail road ears--m, be vouchdled fior. Mr li er, arrested, forund sleeping in a cnrlt-dis clharged. John Gallaher, Daniel Spill!er, Johtn Ilnrr le, John Han fordt, Jnels Mlrant,' I:lEdward .nmolha, Peter fllnchntll, alI arresed for liglltig atlI di, tllrlling tile paece in tl ball riomto at tiot! corller Oll Julio and onllmmoollOn eaI. Tioe leorlaltt tt)oolol illt to keep the'peace, inl te sum of $3(11). Mary iteoil--trvy lots fooieoottottly nvloeartel btefore the Reconrorr, flrexolititito rcthoer tuoot enl.'" slile of thlose qualities which IIher unmn wtti re00 dily :onjlre ll, aid bIeine witllllt any li\al hoto., or support, was again Catloeboeed for a cw llaot s. Patriek Breggs, rrested, fotuIId lying drunk--dis charged. O Gralham,J I(eeler, J MI Davis, nI):el Ghoro C P 0 u lerang,NicholnsSoaniih, Jolhn (jrtaY, arrested at1 thoe request ofCol. Wm. Ilrothers. Co(l. IBrothers is butiling abiosel nmdl ontrneted witlh J C( ligbh to do thecanrpoters works, twho o loooylnced some of Iheoe pOersons toaaosi[ lilln . Theallse nn tay loht he laihi+d to ,.v nynd brougot snlt tli rcover, bill the long Ilehay ,ts eniting Grahbim' a wishes, oti St tnurday nigkt askeI a few friends too nlcompany' him, to the scene of .teir lnhors,nnd see whlat eTCe0 l Ihepnlpearanee of somenls or gIt men would have on him, their anpiiarancll being any lining but p emenble, Col, Ilrotlherts rep uesoctd dllt.io Ito lave, h lt intoyillg In regndl t seucll entreaty, tcalledl to nli irioe potlih , whio aoont cnaned 7--(Irlohanit Ilt i tle rigtleader, wias tle!d tIo boil in iloe loont oIf $1000III to keep tlh palte.--ttlhers ill Io 1 o1so1 of $11000. lom and Dl)ais waeo ec noitted lio wnat of socu rity. FOR NEW YORIK. To saaceed lthe St. Mnary. New York and New ()rltean I.ie of I'ackhts. hnvidg nearly all hler cargao engageia, will sail in a tLw dove. For freight or paasgc, having et frni ehed ac' munodattion, apply on board, tp. poaile the Vegetable M1arket, ir to It (;IIONING; & Co or to P'I'ETER L11ADLAVW, mlar 19 _ i .; ' p al FOR LIVVERPOOL. The new and very farst sailing British an.rque EItlAN , (a,1 t Ma:l'h.rsona , hals all" her car-o o. board ,cald 'quirec only about 25a''ales to fill .n and will rhane iaenaiatea di. palcah For Ifreght.,l whcrh, or paasnge, having very all erior Palains apply Oil board, or to mI 19 IIO11,\Il & M.1111., Bank Place. - FOIL 9IAIL4SIA.II I . -.' 'he er. ailino '.. al vryl fA C saiting laip EaI, Il ANI)a , .a Penae tihera,,, l.avia i tlne grealer parl.ltather canrg. angageal, will meet wiralladipntch. For balancae of trilgt or panasgo alpdy on bonardl, crL (tALE, Imar 19 !(.|:t .umnuilll l "t FOtt I:oU',Iaa - Tile l;at ailiac brig MAJEST'rIc, ('at Anaa , ll llltave imeaa diate dealmh.. l FPr balanor olfreigi:t or passage, npl,lv In FL 'I'MPIA IIAY. The p.acket sl.op AID, Ciapt Philbrnook, de~patch. For fTrei"r or asceige appa toa l lmr 0 S & J irPvIIIa NEY, 7.J nap ast SJtLVEaaIItL'et OFF"IC-. I sl lnrctd Mniictiait ay. f l-PL EIS ofcantract for tle reiair of St Marya 31 •Market will he reccirvei at taiesl 'ce Iantil aliant17h aofMarh Ia.183 'Tie repairc rre as fotllowst: Int. To lnke up and cover in t25 sqllare of terrace rood ng ila e n lllplet e r, to slaoll nil Ii l leaks; tile work to hie gruarnteed Ibr Iltree yeals. d ?d. 'o prop Iu gan repair all the 1 oles and cracks in nil parts of the plastering and prts cannected thllere 7 Id. To repailt in oil coonr, of a light gre all tllh reiling anl ar. li ...e. guter and pipel; and to paint in lalck color tle ironll awork. 4lh. To whitewash with care all lthe walls inside and 51th. l'o paint in achcolate color all the. pillars, in the caeiltre alley. 6la. 'I'l re-nadls tie a cornices Ma l wl ii taerm. All tile repntiralut hne lfinshed at trae later by Illa 30th of April extl. 'l'ae coaractor mat give securityi in t llle aua noral ' fIr ila fbnlfilIiet of nol ala work w il hinte a ivelenliPe. SII. I'II.IE:, mar Itr Sureyora mtan e ictfl rclid Mulnicipalily. IIUILEAIU RU VOYEIt, e IanL Sieondc e 1unilitaa'iitina. D I[ES IaILOPOSIITIONS paaar ri'parer 1'hdifice L du lnrri' Stc Marien, rtronl rcawrca cc blurenaur i; jllSaq' na 27 dact Illo (ninaire). L.cs principaleas repa ralions n faire cnlnsistronta: Ier. a tenlever el repouer Iavirot 15 earri's dIle cl verlaurde terranss, de' Inncaaen a iarencher compalete. meat tle goutalidreua et g'lrtu'ir n travail ilendnat trois ans. tda 4 blAucher eIna trolas, fellnes t atnne parlies tli grathnO ntea enna aits. 31ame Ropeindre en grin clair A I'lhile, dl'ax fl Ie. d eounalle, toun le p!otlilni, nalebitravrs, i l-,a t turxlllll do descenlts el pritldra enl nloir A I'hnile, Ic+ tFIrrePanets. 4Imno pour laancthir netavain tlls les ulllr, hta sul leI-VFaceas ntrieurea qal'exrir ures. a, Seaar ileillrro ellna eul cltear ocolut la part den piliers qui honrdent I'alnto dhn atil..,. lalln r6-ajnuter les corniches at lea blal:lir. Torlllet cren. r~paanlilla dVrOla aea aerlllilan., pOtr rtle p'lantrd, le 31 Avril tr-helt d I.'elrellreneur fourlnlim callnioune't e In la .n dle $ I nil pour I sn renr I 'eniaa 'taraa ise a ins in dela-i tsue m aonne.a J II I'iLI1, Voyer d la Seaonde MuSaicipllcjls aar mp 1 1>' COlLEICTOIR OF lHIP NEWS.. W ýTANT.LI)-A Ioroton to collect Ship Nows. One ý Y noqec inted ithi tile b.elncss would be preferred. - mar 19 if tIr, fr sale by U. IRStIEY, " mar 18 44 New |even 11 IAIIRASOIS-:32L ca-es, emriuuacing a ge.eral to-nl- Sot Sieant of Parasols, ladling n ollship P'noloeo., fur sole by ISAAC ILIiDiGE 8o CO. i cnr 18 131 Mangazine st P .t C"ANDILES- 0 bx.-o just received and Sfur osale by SAMUEL E IILANCHAILII, maIr 1 33 Gr(iovir at Uit. & KERSEY.s--B bds TInnorea' Oil r O30 ncsks sperm Oil; 25 bales Negro Cloth, suitallo fir the seaon, LEVI IH GALE, ntr l1 2w 93 Coomoo At ThVUI.ASSES IIAlIlEI..--30o euipty birels, in T ftI riperiororder, for sale Ily L 11 tAIE, o mar Ite 93:Comlnlon at FIlIEAIAN'S INSUIlANCEI OFFICE,OlF N. O. I ItHE Stockholders are Ihrehv otlied Ibthnt bth 7t* SIlotauneeotlO their slenk "ic due nod pavoble oiln the lilt of April, ot the Ollie: Itfllie I 'nluip v, I1 Ctmllp trseet ma_ r 13 K I. ITRA(Y, Scc'rv. I BUIREAU IVINSUIANCIE t ES PO2IPIEE, J De In Novoelle Orleans. A cVI. et doni nllx saoiri siteerl te q ale e illtol. Venm setr letr sooicripttiin, dolt sifre patiu ell ovril 6, no btoreanu de la comipaglli 21 Coam T t.e ,_18 E_ L ''IACY Secrelire. IDANORAMIIA OF PAtIIIS & IjTS ENVIjiON- SThe establiohment is situated opposite tle St. SCharles theatre, and wil be open every day until nfight frill. Prict of entrance, e (.lridro under Il yeuurs of age, and servauts, half price. It Senson lickets, $3 r Former ueaeuit tibkets are still goil. Imi 5it IIILFI':I.T& I.AN.4OT. OTICE--The i..Innger. of the Aleehtiico . uo Arlit's Fauir, slill Cetnilnti to receive psleimen Y ofumeehoaicnle art vodeed in this city, for premiutus. llSpnccitcns should Ile hnludm t i. froI 7 to 11 o'clock A. 01. Alex. Philips A. ,. P1logh II A. Mlmlodelli ofA. Illtoneu IJ. lie Cordovan A. W. Scales is P. P. Monnovrier, Seemetary. mIt15 CI CIY IIANK. New Orleans, 15 iarch 1739. bTIllS Baltk will pirc exchalege ao n lE. lchntl. lm16 nhJ I'AIFREY, C(asliel New Orleans, 15 March 11139. rlilS Institution will pIurchase bills of exchlnge .l on the north. oml r It J PAPLFREY, Cashier AIAOION--27 qr MbiN NoI tickled Soalion S 1 ei ghlhs it)b 77 kegn;s ll I: r d etnol toan d Sin Ciadm--il uidlltall de 93 kegs do, li landing tiot brig Calhriin.e nld fr. iehv by Id lear19 S &J P' VllI'I'NK., 73 (Clamp it W INIbS--50tIOdI ilof snuleliitr ohl Sherry cod Port \I " Vineo, ottilllc niinlttdicn Etne.n tnd imltpued le into this country in 1231i. For sale at low ptrices et to close the eonaignlent by Id mar 19 1101,)I.1 & Ml,,5, ltnk Pines. oot OOVI)E ietnvoices ol Ink Powder, jest rt-:.-ivod Iind fior sale by SHIIAL & IIROWN, mn ar 19 !1 6 1.iinzieine et no jO- 'EI"I':--I6;tIoato Iloavato ned etltee (dtlie. landtl 0oJin nnd for sale by S & J ' W\VHIT'NEY, eha ar 19 7:1 Campo t at IlHSKEY--800 hbls rectified, in store for sale by YV Iol9 i (; I)I)ISI"Y,II New Leses i l l.toUR--IG6h bril in ftine lltpltiig order, ot tis lah nding per flat boats, lir sale by cor 19 ; II )I0E1EV, 4I New Ie.ves lY lOUl c-- t b lria oluing ct in a uI.I tUUnt totlllu t tt lilt lll i' Roberton,jrlr nale by It IIOIISEY, ly mar 19 - 44 New Levee -ir Drawing of the Grand State Lottery Class 27 a 4 64 52 70 43 5:1 48 14 37 54 33 -12 TIllS DAY, . 12,000! Capital Perize, .I'eketionlv 3 0) a GRAND STATE LOTTERY. - C LASS 28. A t ht risl, l I) thi I . islattire of 1P. AI. ot Bisholt's Ilotiel. ts S DAVIS, &lCO, Managers. od 75 Drawn numbeirs-12 n Daaw Iallrts. of Splendid S"ltcnte. r i7,11 Prizes, amounrtinto $145,793 Tickets $3 --Ilhelves I ll--(ltunrse 75 its. i I'ackngs of 25T'ibkets fur $75 t Iu warrlnttli to draw at least $3 : I'u ikagt u of 15 Ihlf ''imk so $37 51, t wurrnnted to draw at least $l Itt. tParka t.e iof 2 of (lnler Tickets $18 75 warrnmhd tI draw at least Feor paeknoe7 oIshliglu t eklc.seipltt al ll Ilt ('harllre st, oalln i tie corller s fict I Loti utnl (hl ullr V ria r 1a11e ly 5 I., ll, & lllt im\ N , ll i 91 M azille s1 t I All llt tlll t lr IIt img from sli Ch le i. mlr I'1 A: IIAI. . & 11RtlW N, 911 Magazine st )-. -{".1I)hris r,,filt,;ladii,, hea-+lt, 3 harler Inr 19 oll \1.1& tliRt VN, 9N 91 3,t.tlT in sn n I, J \'S 41 -.lilt O il OtI10I t, :- 1 tnme gl Io itd I l j 'O r i " 1 h tn 0 in ' 1 ahl' ih -s alt D in - ha- .l in, a g Iihri ut o ll lilyr sal Ut e ee l i" I rs m a r 1 A llll . \ .IIi . T'i 1 l i ".3 , :j llS tre e v i .r ' t I-VE IL1\NI'I"I t li .LARI"I (IlEWAr (II.r. of lioer llmltnk,u lr ll f I livt it llrts of the V tDo t',li It-t C liR "t it nkill l tl f ,oodvill- i rt l lf lilt It"Ii Sh ri i nl .ifn l a c(eek . ,\'. " in 1' " th li Illh,.lrd l'rhnl io i,' tI v 1f'l 'r. Also te, ,phtlintI lf o ,t ' ·k drl lhv t ile gticlfer klttki CIl'k thtIte ltr o h lltllet, It eA 0. l' llluts inI,9, c itihltr ,toJ itckol bv jlk -t rl .rled ir l ar t 7 till- I III, I Iell,'r i'IIII ll t ;ar , ,III I ts n lFIVEet IUNDIREDI)t OI,I,An ,tlR teefAreD.of i tt_ ltIlie i' , , a picut kn t I ok i 'llc ll-iti-l niotes of ti he cityb rd fl ll lo IIe l y tllh er I' IIII:Ist Il vl lu ie itn n yllt Ii , ilt e h tuell llul n c't71. l te, llf llt allte o. tille lP arl o l Riser ai ll la itrn btt ill f tivIe illita of It \Vl- t l o eli h hcila Rail Rlad llI ,,k, Wood vilhrle-itpar of lie pliesi otoh ius coatimto rs i t . ill I tl o tutlaill:+ Iht,- originl of a check dIralwn ..., tihe Oil, IORILACE It AN & Cu, s i iEN- I ' I'l lianiolhelnk i ipali t llcvur tof e.l t le t ilet e Co ,If k thre mt . l et it Ici,-ra gt Iw O rle.o l b, li In 7lu I f0Thse chocks rr niI tellll ttl orti l , f an u e te lie o ill Ivlue , persons I er t he lowi er. T lle pocketii l nu .dry other apers of le o a . uI perso O it the wn iel.il If telii.ol ill possess i iftl Ifitheove ill restore t muil le tc ) feut slhmelri'ce tlf rnueltilo " l'ndt t11ice or l ions asked, -r lih above reward will be ,aid fr ar the wy illigl, fro tl ellle a ler rll. e olit- .cIIOteACE t IEAN & Co, i nry rIn t18 r ll lI ~. oai lnon al e ' N'lEI.on lr ruia , I rfil ta rl llls o renr to the oiris Iago l l" rtlt oI I l, cl- A ,o ',l t . itl l I ed - in 'e. nlh I e I:c I tll IIIoL-11 irnd li.ltue.lC11 hil Xst. , 1L. 9. tlnlerolY &h Co. Slnctlr : uor to . ATES Yti'1NTVo. & Cu. hi- " 1NJSIIVSi&.Ilp VS. lO3t 3 o1,39,r iit lc, I',.l Iel r (Iti1g O 3r l 1t cot$19 'li le l i',llt tick e $39z tIll ne 1' reot~ctlodruwtnlt lurzi tll" ii. PlebllchUc lli sI"loont. en tor I hckes$ oir nigle t'iddkoclru. lcell t 9v t bks; al 3 l Cuol ote. hc-.hchl,. . F ILt tM O I) LEL. T HllE tubscrilbr woullr ropctfutlnv inforn Ite (en Stleett, of tis lt ilt til tite olhlic in general that lice htas three line airy antI well fulrlliill ronlm to rent on very reasolahle terms, at No. 30 To tnlh tit ts street. ilhe also itit'ortll tiem that ta few gentlemen can Ie accomtlatled witlh buard I b the dayl,week or miIonth. Ar h her house it to.ated in the cetre of thel Itusitlleant~ll very convenient ll o Illn the slteam l unt land ings, shel l induced to believe tIht it will meet with an erlllt an hre oftr tI pblic paltro age. F)r terms, which will he mnsonu ble, tlceae sl plv its sllve, maor 19 JANEl \lVI.II'AIAS. POlR' WINE. 1 1.I1 alnd Genuine-ottled in Oporto S MAD/EIRA W INES. Choicest li.err oe aln London particular, in half and inarler rask. Choicest hi o teserve, Serria and London parlicu, ltar i ask:o , direct iplllorltalion, warranteld lie B aollrooll tlhrI. CtORRDIA L1 Morechino di Zara, .ettitno aerpalae a:orttl lIttlordtlax l.idqalttr (Gerllioo II£ottriqli Cordiala o1 Vaooe Atphoun Suaa'rhorwt altitoad r llordteaux Aisettlle (hlt Itntataie (iri"uohle Kirschwasw.er anld ,Swio :1 bsntlhe Vhlnegar: Ilrn raux Whitle NlWine Ileer: ItItotlll Plorotte And Ale Chetos : Cheshire oCher, in tl boxes E JtilINS & Co, tnarl9 3w Coiner St Clharles and Conoats st IIrI I, I.ILL o-Jsa rereive tHt lnre hats l.p Cof very upt'rior Duocll ad cluril.dtl ;ills, of allt sioes,foon i o tflu . •Alauo swaou.wid gtose & tus ia, twhtlesaleoaondroto il, by DAVID lF LT & Co, mart 19 N 1' Sttliolero' liall, 21 Chartrea st ` Fil'P lEl:'ll'l'-S-Jlis trrct tll ii ltots lttye ohip colb inullmbetr from i Io ll: a fine. artitl, for s ,le Ily ItAllVl It F:lll' A I'.o, toorlit 18' N S llttionerr' Ilal,14 t ntortool St. Charles Theatare. . Tis Evening, March 19, Will be pretellt ie hlhly l plllt r drama of the CHILD OF TIE WRECK. Al.urice, Celeste AMr Hnrlrmn, ir F rrreen Sophi., Airs lDo Bar S In tlo enarr e of he tiiece Cp t Celesto will give Ithr ea ruiite delieutiolns of a Storm, and Shipwreck! After which a great variety of OPERA DANCES BY CELESTE. et LA IIAYADERE," to TIHE MAID OF CASHIMERtE. SThe Unknwn, Sir. Pagene Olifoar, Archer Fatima, MNd'lle Ravenot Zuloe, Mrs Ilennia Jr ZELICA, M Srd'lle CELESTE S-- - -- r NEW ORLEANS i T JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! " ECLIPSE COURSE. I SPRING MEITIN(G, 1839, commenced on Wed cn aetsay, 13th of March, 10:39, Ind colhtinC 5 days IN. Fifth Day. Pronprietor's Ptrre $i5; t ile lhents, hest 3 in 5. fcl8 V. N. oILIVERI, Proprietor METARIE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. Il: Spring NMeeting, fir 11i39, over liro NMeltr , Courret, wiCll larlealteet lir lfost 'l'nesdav, llt ir, antoi cnt;nue six rlrv. I'i'slrft drtRflV, nwrrelnk.l' atfor 3 etrs old'r, twf o mil' heatsa: ecltrtellco $1010i; foure trt I. Nloumiert Wells narl es ll ch f IBicn.wing, ty iLei :e 2. :C . Farrar. 3. 1) Stephenson, G C Dublin, by Levi'ithiru, darm by re. Jerry. r 4.,il A TavLt,. 5. Mlinor Kennler,g c Gr'evdlc, by Mld,, dalm Gray ot VaIitIv ov i.ertrarn d. . ira nlrilr, Maria DkI)e, by Medod; dlnt Cherry Elliltt, by ua lller. t l7. J Silrrinlus, b e Altorf, by Fydle, dam rby Vir hy II. Wil R Burrow, ep f IPieayue, hy ,leder. 9.Jarttes Shy, c f Curtr|lio, by Malerf, diar by tiSumpter. S.rr rlry, n . lmalrh between the ortedrl trotting horses Bird slid Lonfideace, two mile herts in harnles for - $61101 m " conld Day-Jockey Club Purse, $300, two mile bents. Mea t,,ne ay--Sweepestakes for gentleran riders, two mile I otosr, arrt-ae $5, thle proprieture to add a a ilvfer coll ..l. ti valiue of $31n1 T'hird Iay--Jockey Club pure $19100, three mile heats Fourirth DI)l-Jockey Cilub, purse $00010, four mile Filith Itay-JokPey Club purrae (~fi0, mile henls, best 3 it 5. . S 'lmer dtve-Sweepl+ta. s for t yrears old, mile lrent., elrtrar e rr-' ,i lit rfrit $150, sev shll her : Alrlrrrtlir!t Wellr, W J Minor, " A I. l tlollnrltr, Niirrinr Ktrrrsr, Cf: S Farrar, W It Harrow James Shy. i93 Six-th Ilay--I'roprictor'a IPurse, $100110, thre mrile tow nw lav--A mlathh btetween the h ehlbrate' IrIt S tilg l rr es I'Plllopei and Rulla, best :1I i ll hlTrlle t,:fr $.lttII. I'. ('I.NAt., IItttl ti 'TO1' THl"E AIRtTISTS AND) FANCY PAINT i. !. U 'T receivd Icr trht Inlrct n;ritr le Cro t Iltrtr, n I t . realill collecllom of l'r tist's 1Rhejo ,e, pAr nts. p l tor- ets; 11." kneiv-, gronellll and pnte;lll wlliller lcol rs ll waalr color prprrd wilh hoeyv uln vtorl arih lthr h:i im.l l Is"IIo e 'Iterv deh''rillion, spleldi l h III [ ruthogniy nnd 0 tllllil t lrlo ( tt'a'ilrrir a Irlrler - Ililt, ltll,, trrrtrorr Lr-r tl, llt ri w flit- rti -ltifor pir rtrrit prir t rr ; p- r tel errl ortt oo el eliv colo'lr. ,trEil' lr of every siz ; sll l+i l rl l-llls, ll it lllilt inllk n + e,11rv ; nllel , box,,, folli'; tlly ,,coon 4..1 wili color-, brlrher , elgalv. f.edtp, ii .(tI"L S plnd rol .li rls, ro.u trrbly bou n h ndolt I i t; abor, idito r l I Plal l l , il ,l; all llrnil l tlt 1n inof l lNl ll' I r I:l wt Ii nlr IIhr rllllllrrnlllr tl eil il. i 0'l I'eilllilng will ,ho we'll to cull11 otl the s rto ne t th,, r e l lbl'frihb I hllir'}l will aelatOIlelllll tt" lhP , I ii ni i llrl e IIIii ,t rl- Inrti ,l,>rttrorl. rINIIE r.I.I, H'N 5IIlS rInol, a lrlll ty l-. hr ill i'lillf t ()il, Vt lrl 1.- IlI'e e t'llt f 'nfli.lrs one 'l3 felormit,'r ,_.,,I d' c oIlietnil. i . _ r m rotne l RENT. il t A lno.rg, i'arle ilhtsr, 311i lter by till nt l lot ill (;ird.l strelet, ouu lot fro, linronll t. Apply II to Irttllll r. 1 91 ,1l 1 lllt r 7 N oIi :i(i l rollllrlr l ti r t JOHN V. CIIIIL S, I ENGRAVER ANT) Cr(,PI'eIR-I'I.ATt E PItlINT.ER, -'yo. 3. Camp t.0. trry 1,.. Iengrave and Lrint to order, bar k nttei , R illr eli ol','xclhngny, hills of lading, diplmh as, urcru i, lile land vi :in, i.gcard.lll no lariel, nllslllllr I r' ngtllnl ihousenIIII door iplatles ilve.r ware, I.-ad l llwasllo Iltthe hlll iin lllalr of silIr platedh aLnd brast. lor 1 1 - Cr, Is print'd from plites alra, ly engruved. r NEIW ORLIIEIiANS AND NASIIVII.I.E It.II. R11..l1) COiIe 1,51PANI'Y. N'S\VEW AHltRANI EM ENT. e of l MEI L.omoinotive will leave the .ilot at lhe+ foot of Act Cl.oald strret,rvr rv lly Al II A. .I. aIndI rl'tllrll [ t , P. M. exce i qunary'. hl it nhe will Il tl rt II Pr Ir i rrt tore 8 ,. aM. .,. 1"! P. \I. ["o P \A Car for private parties, provide.d the number h stllicicll , willlW: I alll w dowIn 1irotL( otl onet dllays' I.v ii, 1 l8:3 JAS 11 ( L ti, 0i ILfEWARID. A Ui.U'I Morocco Pocket 1.nk, will stl claosp, was hlst 1csterhivy, )nt11aini.g a Idrdli of lthe Ilen IEmstate IHnk o'f ithe $I.te of A rkansas, in favor o1"1 has. Ral hr, on the IN, ,tm ric:.n 'l'rust n+lid llBanking ('ul-l l pnlyilly, N W i rk, l fir the s11tloin Ilfi ao hlllre ,l lndI Illl th.,usand, six un1dred ) ilan sixty-six dolhlrs, ($1ll,lkfi,) WilliauOso)n, Pre.' (in oIlther drofl, sane hank, on the N. A.'l'. lf 11. ho)1)1 II for fillk 1)ilhousy 1h140.lr, Plea. Also ia tlr c ntbel r of nots n ld other ohIlitl;ioll, fIe daft'~ l oa amh ountls]III|I nmll reclll ted -a small n t,,11 ill for tile rrleltIr ofthe kt~ lPok indll Idopers to lice of. fleo of 'lhtol . II. eIso (7'. or la r nylly llo )rllllil)l iby which lthe ownler Illmy reguill poslesasionll hi r I 1per., &. Inlmr 5 AIAMY-I,. 'I'uY i, NI:W I)lItLEANS. OIIhIAIII.'Y t144). lo 11. iw, l irln e of i resol011)4 l'111he (:l)llll)'il l'111' S0tll l) OllllliOcitli yI Illyliei is given that all Ill eh liton .l * Al hern!lr n of ithe nlextl.lrlll f J ';.lo .\. .\ 11. 1. .u till 5 o'elo. + I"M. . 111 th, oll rs,,lill lll o d r h, i te enII c olellll ( l:e c i f the personsl hlerinaltf r il 1. , rhlh-l, to. ,it :- Iletwar, :1 th, I,:£ir;, Illlt. lhrL. I lllllrm , Jolhln Toby an0d Wdiliam Flrer). Clerk II K. nlig. :dhl w'd, at Iladiel MIcAuley's. I)s1o)'lllrs Villinia T'v. llppillld Jam k I llhill\n. hrk IT. I. Iliairdy.S New Orleans, 191hI March 1839. )1i C'. II.NoIS, 1ly0or. MA31.1141 DE LA NUVEI.II OIlI.AN8. ClJ ON IOIMIIE N'T IaIi oelen vl-'lll I ' ailiu ri solltlionl lhl Collnseil lie hII Mn ni lili. NI,! 1dellx, aviO estl inIl~nl qnlll IIO'leclinlll do. Al erimn ide la dita Muicipnliil, alur lien I.undi, ler Avril pro clhin, IdeIuis )elfhlill41re dU lnailli jilsgI'0149ll heiilre1 de Iarpes llidil, dm10 Ic lil'lO esl1silll) hi dir.C1ion des Ie"olIono0 ei-a0.01 'l.lsgni'eo, siavir : Ier dislricl, 0 I'Kxclllhanlo hilel. Ilopecteltrs, Johll lewlett ald Will(, ml McKean. Gre0l0er) ul40 Io-i-. and. 2d dislrict. In n lii.n,1 .lllI)14lj4110. Il0)e)l.11F00 1' loli114111 '1'bit s,1 Willialll 1'lrll. bcllicr 11oll alljmii Kelldig. :i1e lislrlc, c1l) Ihniel M0c1lill.y. IllnlOlclOllO0 , W.T. Ilrpp d Joul.lse W'. Ilellan. (ioillieri Geore W. IlIdv.. La Novelleo(hltinn, 12 Mlaro 1839 m13 C. GINOIN, Maire. ;ý cai~,I and fLz owle Ily li e grossa r hl4zn, llr ill. gle, hv A T(OWAIi, n)r 9 49 .nIIo 61 Iflll-- calsk winter o "f;in g nal 3 casks auslllllllr )0r 9 I I 111111Di & co. 131 Magazine st S5 REWARlD. A IISIONI)lCi n fi+w 114 sinell: 1the tle e.r I1y A ..(;corg, oul::as culls Ililllmcll Jill rownl about I v rr '11 a.r. ol age, lt nose, thick lipk , is siu1pposed to Iin I llnlrlr0ed )lll Oollehru III Calal srlee0. T'I'le al)14C reward w.ill he 14paid for his dlelivery 01I p. j.18 Julia -. :,1 141et PIUNTS--5 eases valriol p)lOIs, F1')l, h cllwl l L .erican prillts, far sale hy fel'5. I I I D(1KF & Co, 1i.1 Moagazine st *I s1*of C:\Ul t41AI. CIIFAKI)Oil>,.)r II;,:,,hop L of lllolrao.l, lby ilie IRev. J 10!nlu I< 1)1)I)r), ex0 )l4ifr 4 ar If lleloigv; tra01hiltel( fro))ll 0ho Ithe ll)nh Iy Itober lI WIll.h. Just rei:4lv44 llll f.r r4lle bl Il.t I A "I'(IWAI,49 1.)l4, lst SI LA NI(KLHY-Nno. j. and 1: 11 . tlhe I6orl six iInIo ill oIne., part:t wltlh i yarijt~y o!" very lllerestillg bookls, ust rerpive;lir oiah hby 117P A' TIn WAII, 4'1 Ceoop ot P( I :'L'-3.: :" 11" bIgs R-I o l oll'e, Ib.i;ihjcar lý q uu-ý.1+lei ri dl ('lhl1iy, loa 1le by l0*)d :,. AVE'RY,\ P AVKR01811.4')l vt . • "% SCamu St. Theatre. Three Piecnsi on ose Night. THIS EVENING, MAICH 19, 1831, Will be prreentedll the oml)lndy of the ENGLISHMAN IN INDIA. Rir nlthlle craggs Mr Joh.On Cal Oswald. Frlrllerick Mlis Sally Scraggs, iMrs Barrett AG l er ht.hil thl.pie o GULLIVER IN LILLIi'U'. Cnptain Gulliver, Sir Poorter Lord Flin iap, M OIj SHtevens Laidy FlIanlap, Miss ustor To conclndit with the pellite cmedy of TiE EXILES IN THE WEST. I.lor Ilnalg, Major Stevens Nathan anlmll, Mlr Pracr Lady Man o, Mids Staler MAYORALT'I'Y OF NEW ORLEANS, IIFT", iiice oa rsah flanr to-disy is $7 pela'hsntel nacciitding to thle tariff; the inkers slnll Mice da. tig the aticitilng week (fronl Monday 18th ilnlt.) 39 ouln cen of bread for a it. Bread of the second quality is reulire ito weigh 25 per cent. tior. tiz: 4Ri1 inlce. itlnrll C GENOIS,Ms) or. SOGW(OOD-30 tons Campelehy Logwaod, land ia- front rig Asia, fair sale byI nr I S & JP W'HITNE'Y, 73Camp e I n I)l.TolTION OF COPARTNERSHIPI-The . ('1 partnership heretnfnre existing between the sublllriers, in the style of Francis E Vose & Co is di.sslvred by ititlatl coIICent. F E Voae loaae will Ii luidte thell allirs of the late Int cAer. FRANCIS F. VSE. lmar 9 W P BIERRY WAN'IE'Kli From, 50l to 1110 Shares Skta" in Citizens oank. ?I illO.tI:a wishinlg lt sell, will do well to tall anid S lelv tlheir nailes eald aioatOllll fIt'o:k, lt Ihe lltro of iKegliah & Silvertaer, oepesite a ha Areude. Cnnitry slock alone is de-ird. S E CAMP. r lur 9 :lW .WASHIINGTON RALL ROOY Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipstreal, iaween Royal & hllirlmn. THllE Mloanlliler of tle etiavo nasncil u all laitangrilas I fl tall Ins friends nail lthe pauli llf the lnUrsl Itelled plantinge bsctooed on i il laor severl sensana, relactfillyv itnfllllllot tho that the establihmlenl t htao been cnlatl.re, for thle aisnelenlt of visitora, nid tlu ernonlo illillm e roepnirs. 'I'll bar will lbe aurpased iny aliln iiia taity ollquttra,nd hlt llettanurna a ill Its kht yi li Ie.. ablet lieatunurtea as ia lleUaitll rStilas. Tie" notn nill ro-a1on lt riatnty evenlltllg, 3rdl o Novelaber i-xlt, hv a GItANI) I)RIESS & MASQ(UEIRADE IIAI.l.. and will take ilaeeans useal crtery Mondtlny, 'Welias tine anls d Siltlctiv onateillilng, laring tile selnson,ahicla will anti fn the lt It o]lilly, 11:39. N. II. The creteatl attlllll will be pain to keep. ilg perfect order lihrotglhout the carsabliehslint, ate eal . ldone llst lllseasonl NEW tUiliiEANS, Febrluary 25, I,39. ('oetll us oflice,~ d Mnliclitity. ('y N '(:TICE to owners of hicks, dlray, &c.--The fidl .! Itwiwa ordinllaneces will Inbe t, elly eifireerl :- IlesIlveIl, thliat wIneitiver the Mieyr ishall Fie a lI centce far ldray.enrts or other la"enrrgen, a.il licene r. shld IM illlldiatnlely eldorsied on the la tck by Ito fiLrni wth alli r a eeipit, tndi envry p,.roin neglecting It, obtlin l aid endalllaelllt andl eeipt Oi the luok of hii y lilcnce shIall iy a fine itnot exceeding one hutdred Idollarsl , half for the city, nail the oilier half for tie in n firmleir. A rInvede I)ei'ttlaLecl1.11131. ir Alao I lne li, ,awiig ordliannce f liha Cotlneil of the t.ecolnllin Illll ii ia fl thie iftllliugaa wortes aowit:- c lie it ordniiaitilatii i liitiinid nliiftetis ailitei anr per. so who shall Uia n ill k, h lrnt ir cnrt, aildn lie in second ranicilihtylll wilinal haviing revaIaelv onb I lillned it litli(nce threor front tIhe Nltyor of thl)icy,. sell be sulje lit a ie teof litt lees thian tWently-fle lI dotlr nor tiies linu one lhuidrel dollntrel be erneco vered iliri! illv collrt eof ctllpeteltl janrdictlion;- S 'rovid ,d suin tnlly haitck, drenycv. ealt do u s ri it t liceneen ic rreaitL, eIllle .ltljli't In ie eiiltd lly itla 00 chleher ,f taxe oneks, drayea, eate, & ',- S oir in' ally (,r e Ilii'ii , anII ilstL uild nl til tie fi- e it, nfllrld s Imile pIn illd. Se.inl no ain, Mlayor tale 14 tl tinI ofi J lnn., . a llry/ Sign d,a, Signed JOS IIU I AIlD.WIN, lieolrder W II VHEATON ciellceor of lhacs .dr op. iit hiliwkersil l pelnrel. 11 kell, 111 t1ll1 AU DES (;I)lt.I.C'I':, U Its, iccoii l uln ,'littanicii litl. t- I. NTouaelle orcetan, Ferrie 25, 111839. ,o VIS n uau I priici' rirIs is viill.ie, ilrny, .et. i en I allllllllllell e li tirtlllerr atric I te en l ou - rr·, H - i'PpI*e - le- rnlhin-nleIn l tie leosoieqn r ei tlllire lniced rn naern R i ic s r Irf ll llllrlli e all,, lil1 i itlll8 Allr M i) 1114 lllr IO li mlhl': ll r des, i I c.i m s, l di , lis l, . e lic, enIn n 1vrd re irmedi nt ompisti arit'oinai' cn rt Charle i.ulrc'uir it rc a al, cccil('I , aI g itill tilt en ullue lilenuut lki..r , i tll, rl ',iirr aii iii' por le nl lreeti.-Apl i t li'l el,l, il, l ,llllli n llie, i e 11: il l 11. 1 I lllllmin i i ·,i le ra l h.Ir. niio Iti -lin, n ns. lnv .ir : 4 Iih ,lli .il i eiiui nnii, g lltli'n i' ulul 'ecllli , ll lah' ,tr I nll l~. qui ico ro ll (l i I ll it d,." (·hnriel.,drlv ki e, donlllle In ci· i iaipui ct llr i' iiill .iluiln ci icitll'lh'tiy A l a., n ha. "' ,1' li nno i llli, , cnaii " le" I nii, iipiII pl allllal di li llllni i .iii J* li ll r ,II , l i nIn~ I.. Sli cl ll III ' tllll l llllP. I lli II ul IIIh.·I I. jnll nllll ' Ih I , ,ll, ' , Illllellrl, Ilil la idr am Ih - mll i , ii.ll,"- I ci" ii nia, o illl'n i ltln i l'r 'ni le mit irr a c ihi. ii l i- , Ic , n+ii i I* nde Iiii iu rr. e -" I.I.tu ll, t llll l Ic Iai aill ail .r !es Jt' i t l!lIls('lre a II tl 'li i I ia , illlctlvllr n i. Iliill L, i 'l , iellur ly CA EIllA S r I' \lIla'l'l iti tl iihe iorei' Nnlicc, io the nail ,i'rirs rea ry ream a.'inble nh "'tIllE AMER1ICAIN Oit ll tI I, corner of I',yll'. n tni St. ('lhrles ran. in , Seeranl Nw nnd Ill'illtifiil Foautla of T'Inc hane - jun inrre ,n,'i.',l In le: l.lnihlisltaeat. IOrers ni Cntuli itilig Ito itil, St. Charles 1'rccinuto.r, itni doir iti,in I-rieleer t.,or aIk th rinting olhiccarttr of nii'dnin & St. Clih.rlc. treeti. It t- if _ .. . . . . . .ib .. A"I.I.I.... Il. .... Alt No. ,:l allaaa:a, sha'c'l, aorea N. Ikr4"(s Autae aI'.am oapoa l IIiabk' Arcahde'. .3 1 I t ail al.l, it rrsp rttull il'aL n illn pr ublic t ir aItat le of l LEOP' 7'R'1, Queen of Egypt, Which lhals b ln exhibited in nlost of lhe pri'paal vities of tile IUion. to tlhe lively aldhlill altn of malny th asnaa aisihril ,lal , arivdl in thils city, anal i w bing exhibllhited fu Itaa hoallataitolylr L anl .9 o'cl.k A N1l, taa9 l'aaetak, I 1M. lY.nal n llalcer 50 centsl; Seonll tickets, $1. tit li--tf. COTTON CIRCULARS t 11'IlINTE1D trilh the Grelaest u xpedilion,anad ina style unasurpassed it{ NEw-OIII.EANa, or else where. lTt.na 1/al al Cutarrl sa Itea in t,. ClaUrleis chantnl., (orCner f Gra'. er St.) ar at rI' It 1I E A,\'.l1,Ilt]AN 1'l PR N°I'ING OFI"FIC I, corner O l I',vdras and St Charles Sli tet, trill bs pranptly anlradlel ton. Dec. I-11. L mWEIC1. tOr"I'1ºNS-4t1 loars 711 nad 4-4 aid Twilled lo.'ell Cluallnlfir sale by i: l IS AAC l1111 IE & io,134 aln M zinest I: . IlOWVN'S Patent llalr'm uilahlners.--lo S errs rn roid t al li 5 ltinville alreet, I'a'lnt P'lat Ir'nn hnlances, superior to any cver flred ain this city. I,, 1 " IL CaIAINFlS. T1O .i iRCIIANTS., [ViM].I CIll I IIIANS raan hae a llnUTIFUIr. C.ICU I.alll struck gfal.llfaaIr /ahours NOTibi dillsaaga Ihe Coiplil Rom O/ 'I IiE AMERICAN PRI'aTIs.G; r I 1r,I. .Charles IExchIInge, aunlltllng l IIEA, INGa Ioa. at Corner ofraller street, orIatell Plint inl Ofllaic, erllneru PIaydras and St. lha llen streets. EIlA'II'L, t--SIv shil Aahaurn n cleganl s. ior l linI:It al'dihirel ctlharaI llunen recearad Ullnfot aala, lay tiI StaIP & Ca, Eclhanlg hotel, 1St 5 Carles a t .TEAM BOAT BILLS. O "VNW IS, AGENTS, or CAPS'AINS of STEAM B-lUOATS can havethelir Billsastrak qjf,;in one or lmore Cohwled nks, oln Plain or Coloid Paper, with despatch, and ros faeorable Terms, by leasing their OlDInlsa.tTRUE AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of I'oydr aniid St. Charles ptreet,. NSv29-1f VALUABLE ENLIsfTW1E Ill C UllllS if CtaaIaarllanaallioat, by A Halliiltlonl I hllnsiatd rliaal traia Fas ncl with taUmanand illas trations, in 3 volumes. Melamaait l' itliliiLe aouninesa : onLtning tlla lhis tlrl of Inuia alae I lIl aand l hlaelel tin Bilt of Friaece, anid of Charles the HIold, Duke of lter glaldy, tl whith Priaaes he was seeretelc an also the hiatory rof Edward tIm 4th, aid fliary L7th if England hin2 nvole. lMemloirs of Lady lHamilton, with illusrlatiota, rnec dall. of ailny oAfLher Iat particu la friends and distingitled ooautaenpoeraLne, embellilaed witlh it Iata lrntrail after ItltaOIIIy. The Ielilnm n, or lelitnday eertralmenlt,lof Bncelncio. SINllnATg he lu .lrsed n l Islela ider.slated fr Ill halrI liaiti, to a ttlah art tellles rearka ona ti itlit laianiaaa writittga of lilteanniu, in vols. l;trataile by W IcKE.IAN, taor .aap & C.alitaaon ala 15196 Ma gazine st tIo l' CItAMi'LIN & CUOi'El, 79 Julia Pt tlAVANAEeFE Rod-fl bags ittatars of prima Sanalityl, foe aalalow tallalaoaansoIagnitets. nirI NTi'FT-ON i AVEdRY, ilt .rvaier rt -" INs ININATv IIA+t5N-4-0 hdtadh aidsa Stll at.1 0l-ldah / alahillars, pltiiae ulililyftier stile by toear It S'1'E'1O* N * AVERY, CII (irl jer -t I It sheets, Ikridiers co plpNr Sill paiece Kentucky bagging Tinl tcils di liaale Volp" Ilasi at nlioarhern doni l11 bakelS Ileidiakclaitepaulie ".r -l. !,.' IlAI.IES INCIIFTS, aalli }p S1it/tier at

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