Newspaper of True American, March 20, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated March 20, 1839 Page 2
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Ik z ' AK?' oliMer Mr 1ec da aL lie 'McNair, pour 8785, PaS esn payant Is neoitd do do tmfournisso oo mmeos ondossoeurs su or to billit prillmitif, et rourvu ~sW curl dit bil:et un intdreot do diopour cnot J. OSRTUA BALDWIN,Recordhlor. Rdsolu quo'l Muire eat, dtoceurs outorisd t. don. . .le aUis public, conformdnent A Ia loi, do I'oloction 'ddsAldermen do catte Municipalitd, qui dolt avoir lieu lI premier Lundil d'Avri prochain, aux cn 'droitsol desuoos nomm6s, sous Ia surveillance dos inspoteuoset esocretaire0 ci.aopcs nommds,. - Ir District-k I'Hotel do aI Bourse. Inspecteurs-John Hewlett, et Win. McKeau. * d reraire-.John Brainard. brme District--a I Mais n Municipuln, Inspecteaur-Th'omas Toby, et Wm. Froret. Socrdtaire-Benj. Kendig. 3bme Distriet-chen Daniel McCauley. Inspectuurs-Wm, T. Hlopp, et Jas. 1\ es. Behan. Secretaire-George W. IHurley. .t dans to cas oto quelqu' une doe personnes ci dmesus nommdos refuser it on rdgligorait d'agir, tole Maire eat, at domouro pl inoment aut,,ridse a nom. mar telles autre personne qu'il jugera convenable pour lea rmplaceer. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu que la rdolution do co Conseil, pkssd 0 la idance do 25 Septemobre 1838, pourvoyanrt ce qu' sucun Alderman, on oflelier do cetto Munici. palid neo se trouvent directomnt ou indirectement intdreoss dane tos contrats pour travaux lfaire, on maldriaso t fournir 0 cette Muoicipalit ost, et do. masres ia; poldle, Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rsolu qt'un comitd do trois membrir soit nom. mod poor mlttre k execution la rdso'ution du 6 Novembre dernier, ordonnant quo I'espace public ,entre lees ruesduCamp, Pryta do, Clio at Clliopc soit encols, d'entourages et do banquettes. Signo JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. COMMERCIAL. shar soton. Mao............. o o.t it. etOl .trL ......... 27 tIow rk, do .............. I Cioci .ti, r.......... 7 P idelpb ...........I I tosi , M .......... tt. I.ruis, lt r..t ........ u . ssolah.Fb....... .....I.. iverooul, Fell .......... 7 Houston ('slooes) Mar......:8 ris ................... Il oston, Mar .............. 8 Iooto...... . 4 iNalvilt e Mar............ 15 Iavr do................lt1 FORT OF NEW ORLEANS. CLEARANCES. March 19, 1830. Ship Ann MAry Ann, Chiefhuo, loren, Larue .i Prevost Ship Glhbrltor, D.loboo, I Londoll. A L Addlisun & co Ship Sea, Filer, cur Liverpi-w l, I'ral-r,, Mlcieuc. 4 Wright Ship Robert Pulbeurd, Prince, fur Liverpool]. G Greer k Brother :Ship Alabami, Berry. for Now 'York. A Cohen .Barquo ollaci, Davis, lur I'lhacdelphi. Aihhridge 4 Jenkins Brig Louise & Emilil, AleIUMedI tei, fe IiI...l., bc.luidt & IFVer.,, Brig Acluhon, Lohlte. fr,, Il[ivai , tL Croning & co Bril Conmemoric. Towns, ifor iBsto, J A 1err-cct ke Williec Iienry, Jameson, fur New York, 1+ A lBridge & co Sichr lHerld, Crowell, for Norfilk. Asbhridge - Joukics SchrJ W Caldweill, iGrilfurd, fur I'hiadclpllia,. A.lbridgo & Jeikius Bchr Echo, Richardson, for New York, Arlsbridee . Jlnkius .s-chr Faiolold. llllrr, for Bostoln, (Chi . IDioy i.hr Coiallis. Pri.ily, icr Mobllo. Alhbridge 4- t J.iilll oehr Elizilaeth, Fursyth, for Pensacolad, .lister SiLrh Cicut, Actark, for Plolilo, Mster Schr David Mob., uowe,, for Pensacola, Master ARRIVALS. Marlc 19, 1.31. Towhoat Ponichartrain, Serido , from N NE pass. havingl 'ew d to sa rhlli, CaroliNe, returnedl to the city with Hri "'remim Olh Bordenux. Left tle bar ou 1thB lost ,.t 8 A n . eReorti.tow hoao ''cunelseau cuiIIg up with packel ohip Yaeoo, alnd severul emII lail. Tow boit Porpdoise, Draisc from N E pasr, helring towed to ea ship Contleltion. brgena Ilalell oi nd hrlg Chrle,, Ed moldson, returned to ithe d yI with ski l' N iorhs tInl ri g J 4'alrne. Left tllu caroil t le, 81h nns., i noonl. Rti por toa 'bot Liuo, Post Boy, and Pou.h:artraiN coming up.. r, rever. .al esye6.s i d tow. Tow boat Lion, Riddle, fromi the N E. pa. bar. Iluing tow ed tOau . hip Jelnette, barque Ninrml, Crig Ambre.orio, re urned to thle oily with lbarque GzeIlle, .rig Charles Josepl, -and .ier Micdrve. Left theber 8t i iaot., at 1 P 0. Reports -uothin i .igp ht inll ti ofcig. ToW boit Tcliuninsi, PIuldding, from S WV iil, hainig AVowed ttnoaship Ai1di.ulsid brig In..cidas, n117i ch-ler oai, returned tocto city with packerslhip Yzoo, echdls tIelegaccia, Southerner, Alex Washington, WVl Francis. l.eft the bur on the Wtil ins., at noon. Notlhicg ew ill sighlt ill thei oilg, i .rig a rld 1 rcholnelr in ile river. Ship.Yazoo, 'rask, from New Yorke,3rd lMarch, to J B Irl lOn. Ship Pharili., WVilloir, I i days lro BostonI. tmicastr. * BrigJ Palmer, Mirshu,aa, 10 day. foicc Phlilidciphla, i J i bg BIordeaui, M horriaso, 16 days fronc Now York, to las Barque Gazelle, Eldridgc, 13 days from Philadelphia to ID Bri Premium, Lambe, 19 days frolt Nrew York, to J B Bai Schre RicFLrd, Baker,4 days fromMatanzas, to sl.cter. S Iahr PMiierva, Eddy, ufrom arr.laria, tuc later. " Brig Charles Jiephl, P.alo.i, 15 duyd frum tlllliudcllh a, in JII Bart. Brig Russercll, Mattlews, 32 diny. rom l ialticllore, to 'Jl1. eWchr JOeph, Pike, 20 days feion Noebury port. to J P Frodl cBrE Thomas, Sawycr, 13 days irom- SiavnCah, to G Bid T Tor Kh . Mclhr FraPiie, illor, lrom StJoalo di Cura, Gth lustr, to Waster. Schr Southerner, Piratt, fLn Altnkhllpa. Io MuIIer. SBehOr Al.e Washitol, Dicai rllfrollln Tumiei.. Schr Delaeuloa, MIareule., 6 diays irn Canpeeoihy, to F Feinrndez. ite.mer Monlphis, Broadwell, froil Cincicuciti. SLiamer Tribune, Boyd, from Pitthburg. EXPLOITP. SHAVRE..Per.hip Auu Mary P An..CarGo, 1317 iales of cottoln LOVDON..P'ir hip lhibralter..Cargo, 496 hles tobaeco and 30 pisa lead. LIVERPOOL. i'ersship Sea..CirEo, 202 bales Coiillc iud 213 hdtstobacco•. .....:........Per shlp iuobert Pullcfrd..Cargo, 0lo1 balelc ucottoi and hcI. doer. -EW YORK..Per sohip Aloblll...Caceg. 10h0 bl. .ioU, lid kegI0 ld. iidll 41 halfi i lard, 314 h.icdll I3 hlc.o.rMl t el^.tdo-gir, 383 bali tuttuu aid 25 balea deer akim. .......;.....Pewr .cri W'illan iillry--Cargci 914 li. flour icid 5411 pigs lend. .............er reo.. ob argo, .fC casks hmlll , 4I;0 bhis four, o iiIa lllugr, I2 i-iil lemlclei. ItILADIELPIIIA.. PIer lhtii.II ( IiuIIusi.. CargVi , lI hales lcot-. tosil tud d305 plg lead. .............. PIr hl J hV (iY'dwidul.Ccrio, 1063 . gios le;wl, S i32 empty casks. IAYAANA..Per brig Louisi & EiJilie..Ca-go, ItU hrickcs. as bahllat. ....... Per ig Auduo.n..Cargo, 300 hie Ilor. 1911 • keg. lard, 2 his b .ha. O1STON..Per brig Coomuerc--Cargo, 2094 blh pork. 1611 kegl lard, ti hd. hIaul, 1 lid moluoc.s, 5" bale cotton. .............. Ier aehr Ftirileld..Crego, 630 hbl lour, 20) Lls pork. PORFOLK..Por rehr Hoecd..Cargoi. 65 1.i beef.'"9h bis pork Il6 ho floor, 3 hdl ougar. IOBILE.. Per Ithr CNius..Crgo,4 84 boxes tiobhaeoi, | ,liL hIs lour, ibale- bagillng and 1094 Iale r.ope IUUkhd. anUp , d hes. do, 5 kegs lark i. ..............Per schreComet..Carco, 300 blc flre do00 cl whiskey, I keg.s lard. 40 40o bholl,?7 lidc .u gcr,30 rells rope, 141 pio bHgo.li.. . PENSAC9LA..elrtchr Elizoeth..Carl. o, 19i2 lIt lour, 20 do.hbhey, Si-ll eg. core. 20 kehc keg.. lard, Ilhltponk, 3 -tlcc wiine, 6 his molascSl. .... i........Per -.hr Daevld Moi..Corgi , Il4 bogl cor., 22 hi. ihiskey.3d his lour, 40 khsi lard, 20 hit S bread aud L hbid sugair. - 1 P.i{ttoTS "EW YORK..Per. ship Yoao...Cargo,' csioried merchiu doe, to sUlldry conigniee. CAMPEACHY.iFor tiorS D.legunceia..Cargo, Iogwood and d- ltidel to F iioruc.dc . . T Mi-SO Sill MtA..Pe schr Wim Vranci..C'argo. 3870? . . U .eeofee.OlDitl tobh co.u aoid luts ee. g ch, t.'J Roherts 0 co, A Castii1o, and maicer. m! ',TTAKAPAFI.:POrekr Sortallrer..Cr .r, 1,6 hd4, soua, " 3 f IKleoAS ton and 30 puucheou. rumii to Ful o",P .,.ellJuq & Delilli. hurrieve 0 Dec lalnc, I'A:Rivardie co, Kohn,I Diare co. TAMPICO..Perehr Alecxi iuhiliituu.. Cargo, ii ballot, to • Mator. ROI.PNPI.Per ship ihbarlia..C.aigo. 3i0 tone ice, aid . few bundlne cllin.s, o lder. JATIMOKE.• Pet bJrg H utoEl..Corg., 48sel.aves .nliuolt. ad o.rcrludizo, to BLrauder, M.KOmIIa & Wrlhil S Blater, Conn h Oridley. J C tlc o, Whitridgi & co. Fogl & Btock, Olgdei & ..thg. . .i, M P'lhanllmt * io, Clmclln & Hr. Mahon, N & J ick, Wood & -Si mon=, Yurke • ba iDohbie & BIrown ld order. S'. WBifLR.YPOKT..Pet sthr Joeph..Crego, 300 b'. poL i.1t, do 1 Mc heltl.5 do .pples to J P Friothhioo & co S VjlAVSNA..P.rinheToimu..Cnrgo, ol0tolu coil, IuIcOOb . .alel ioratd.cieey tukl, hIo i BedLord. esrd A itioucu. E M1itien, Boker, Todd & Kioghurp. J eryd.. ° .......... ..;.Poebrig Pemium. Lsmb..Cargo. 160 balhc i, . i, tW olt paill IStoun, I15 kegs whit, -. d.43-i 3ni ieclOt, Il bohil oirtn candlue. S" hi. ui-ciuics1ie r 1h., i. , 4d. o il, i16 chra. ancd I50 bto o, S B.iley. _ I. ARATAI4 ..Per aehr MLloara. Cc.4, 1t0L lgllon c to eon . . co order. I'. ,wATAAI . iPer alk ILkh.'d:.Ci-go, 86 siek. ,U.P., 30 "-." F-.ir, t c Groine o. Kohne , I)ra - RECEIPTS OF I'RODIJCF CinmluU..per sieamer Menlllbhie..Crio, 40I his l., " dIe nsL.flb l potk, lx'keg.mld 25 hdl Aeall, J Thayer dV o Sty e hi w. Lye & Amelucing. 41 b'33-rk. A D Gore, di his F .auru d I3 o. mechad.i.oe, t gde.n. l.cthgnti , e.d Is B rlt,+J Ludld & eo. 1W 0da d=hou, 511 his whIskey ani 1180 . ., 6 Dorse 41r1s ggs T stvpko,, 41 hdt l.Is I .lYpt 1rt1 4 Jluoptiouo 36 bb wl·Lkcy, Adams of Ilarlwell,9 . t.. W W M/.1, 55s o. W, lg.r;u do, hIrk:, Want a ., :+P_ W.Axer & eo. it ow w board. . • Pa • l. m r 'l' ,ma..Cargl o lWUblsaoor, 8 A _. • F fib lkNd.e-ds J& W M4CIUtIIu 1.i'h. .hkey, 5u1 TIE TRUE AMERICAN. 4,!,,t ! rJ faITlUT ) r JOfl sC hifON. St FAITHTFUL AND BOLD. s ME1'W OR LEANS" WEDNESI)AY MARICH 20, 1839. SeItREME CoU.er.--'lrie St-iateC yeseterday coletied the oomtrion tt f the (ioveirrnor, of Claiv les Ieerbigny, rnd Rice Garhild at Jndges ol the Supleree Court, so that tiu Court Is iow co riplete, to wit:- P F. X, MARTIN. GEN. EUSTIS. CIHARLES I)IBIGIiNY. N 1lCE GIARLAND. TaIE Cot;IEt of Mll dayr introduced at very excep tio ablie paragraph, foae tire Vicksbulr , MiCs. Setinel., which applies ith ml.t oipprtnbrous eprithets to tile Legislators of our ilster Starll. 'lhe sllilly atall pro le'nteae e f thie Coraier, will scarcely permtit s toI deterlrcie whether ecr srot thie paragraph is qroted tre r thie erp-ceial benfirrt of our I.egislature. We cannot for a Cmo'entr imagie tlMt Misasissippi Legislators eeuld merit the atcers ol"dwindiers, ce&." or that such terns helbc he ligitimately arpplid tt, them. Iiut if they trere so deervina, why did the Couripr ao qrote tie article atld sqrrint s irfour Legisliators also milea it e so icaterl , without abuse ? 'lThe milk-and-water Courier insinuates tile chlarge after the frllowing fitashion: "We nlake Ille frillow ing extract frome the Vicksburg Sentinel, merely to prove that thie iress in llisissiiti, has s toker ill riloch duiner terms of tile I.egi-lnrtre of tiratS.tre; bit wllcr or eetlno it call shbstantiate tile charges, we cannot Pan." T'lhe Vicksbturg Slentinel calls tie members of tile Mississippi Legislature "Illieves" arnd "swindlers." 'his tihe Courier calls ispcaking "in plainer trrrls" Ihal I thire language addressed by the Louisiana Precss to its .ogislature! The Ircdesty of tlie Courier is indeed alarming. Only see how slyly he spreads a cri se andr 'endeavors to draw his own head out of it. Alluding doultless to tie hBe, he says: 'Th'ie leadinlg edilorial of one of cir city papers, may Ie considered as neousing ibi implication, the majorrly pet+er; itr is it or interntion to preooute, with ehant, if tiy, show of r easoo," f tilhe Courier had tile indpliredenee of a rlan, lie woulid ave '"pronouclllled" at once "with wlhat, ii any, show of reason" the iBee or arny other cllaer, either nc et-med or implie:l all accusaicon against ti.e Legisl ture, of omission or colnnissio. W'e ave no ihesita tiotl, "seeltly or not," of expCressing our sllntilnrtue. T'lhey coincidce fur tile moSt part withi tloe expressed by the IHouse, to which particular allusioU is made by tile Courier. We eannot aaswer (nor are we called upon) for the Mississippi Legislatiure, but the epithets quoted by the Courier, will not apply to ours. We lia not lesitate to give place to tile cillwillng colmllllrunication. 'Th'le True Amllericant is condllcted on Sfair andi honora!oe principles, aned is ever ready to naflord an opportunity to thlose of beinlg lheard, who feel tleln selves aggrievi, ed by ailught whicih aits appeared in its column,. Whilsrt it speaks opinions, derived fromn no other sotrce than the convictions of the editor, it is ever open to those who think they havesuflferied e wrong, and whoill) bliese they caell furnllih tresiony of tile injury. \Ve readily plubilih the followiag cortrmunhirationl, be. caulls wweI have not iade all ellltr to manuflltture public opinion. We hnve no elnity to satisfy; we have no ends to be gained; we haive no frioidships to be guarld cd; that we houbhl tlel inclined, or could lie indleed to overrep the precribed linc of fjutice. Ifir. Lewis, or his friends larve tllghtto scay, which will exilai away the cilharges illeged againslt him, or iany thing in thle ay of extrenution, we shall listell lpatietly anri impartially. \l hat Ie have said, has been ipredicrced orn the Ietrs as we have have heard Ithem. If h, or his friends Cca brig Ibrward evildence that we have beu ulnjllat i our Ireflections, we doe nolt refusee ourL cr. In such spriritweo willingly inserta tile fhllwing conuunin eation, inviting a delay in ron lering the final judgment at the bartof lpublic apinion, till one otf ie parties, lnow absent, shall ie ,rparered i:lr his tesrtitny. I We regret, ill cOrnlor witl tile liar, mlllthe COlnll tuity at large, that tihe services of Mr. llowe have notr been securedl on tile sulpreme bench. W\e lhave cxpres sell our chagrin, and disapporintlnent, that Ithrough what was conceived Il be low illntliglle, lhe was considere d by the Senate, Iuneite.i for the office, If there e be any pal. liatioa of his conhe' t- t we lc e 1o desire to reject it, or nort e covllince of hice ica-rne-eerand when flhei papersti r shall hite en preptilled, we sall Imost ceitainly give thole a fhll and impartial exatnioinhn. [Connuaniraited? for the Tru'e American.] l'ccr laira'ceet in rli l i ieear e recelil oo tii n b - flore the M.eeth,, tIee ii ent i c eby rit frrenies orf Ali. cLri., ias an ,itempt to tir'..etall puIl lic opiinior i it ter ie tb jcLt, It is expresslyl'idenlied Ii in traving tihe city, Air. 1.. aOgir"lht vavcic idaiy reacllcniiiiiiv lceroweing olr of his eondnr.tir ii tite cl'ir. It was wecill kownc riha lie intenidedto lt ave', arrtetill befor e hli ere, di rrcrll trlcco l of proficssionall recngilagcllemns, bill ret'llined in Ite rity anld atteended in his place i. Relresenalivre to tIlie llly of Itle rejeccione. Nrheirr hiicrelf, or his Iriiedi, have in nt mneeaeer soughll t i avoid rhe rresalrrsibility in this alli ir, nor to lttlpre~os aov -iy rce- fatres fci he eric e ; ti the {o( l rv, Ine tofltl ItIe fic ts will bn e lid be' ll e tlic utblic, ai +-foua1 coaie rt cll ihe ll reparei ofrion and thel plublic willc then jdlee, [ll[rMer a vrildicatitnl, and it iilm huiint our;, will not be fIoind, Its well for tile eaus, .f lirt. L.crwi, oas of the lSenatori, who voted on tihe ,les tie. In h i mauLiacm, the powerful attempllt to neom fceture Ipublic opinion Iier this case,is ideemed wholly unjust to the parties concrtned; and the public are rrelet'fllly solicite d to suspend thlleir oilliolln ,it the subject. J USI'ILCE. SrP cl MatlD r:. T 'toar EiGLA,.n.--Varioius gientle 1en hlave been named fir tihe ilportanlt appointmentlll of '4ecp'ial Minister to Engiand, ilr- the arranlgeLeC t of tlhe Iliputed bolundarcy. The New l'rk Courier says: SWe i.have reason to believe that Dir. Calhoun will re ccve the inisioln--if not it will be conferIredi oul Alr. W'ebster, or .lti other gcntefilmn fIroit Maince or las schiselts We. indulge hi hopie Ihct Ailr Wlllllre reay be seletred; but be lie ttlo e iractVi, lothintgeir. Ild Ihe said or wlilhlnrl iinhst Ihe ieeron se ileted. calcue lated Ii weaell his r'Cre'ptiU a i or inlallcet e at Itaa C(otrl etri.l tireest Arrot'IT'rne Iy T'r: I'ESIttIENr, by antd wi/il tlh ad/iattndrastuent of the .nat/c-ltavid Pltter to be 1ui. t'r residoa t oftihe Unitedl States at Con.tatino lple Ileyrv DIdge, lobe Govternor in, and an r the Telitorvy of \aVi.aynsit, frtm the :d day of July next, when hist prtsent eolon ui.iain will exlire. TIllos II. n lli tao be S lretary of tine lrgation of the United States, near the goternmeat of tite Mexican Relu"' lc. Aaron Barker, It be he depty 'Post Mauter at Cleave. land, in the State of Oh(io, io thlt placea af Daniel Norley, resigned. 'fThe Maine Legi latmee l pave Iassed a resolve for a survey of a rolt for a raiload Iroin Portland to Lake Champlain. MIlssacAUste rs-a -r. Iawrenle has been r-eleoted MlayorufLowell, by t I tivotea to 444. The whig ticket prevailed ill etvery werd in the city. The Governor of Massalhuaetla has issued a proela. matian oplainting Thursday, the .tit of the lpresent olntlh, as the day flr the annullal public fasting, hiutil iationl and prayer. 'I(A lDirect Imp+ort Tlrade with ul+rope rOlntillnlue to hIa tat/Ad about at New Orallas at the latest datts." Phila. ledaer. That's right, lay it on ; we deserve it all. Not, at the tille far action, we auly occaysionally her the direct trade spkenl off. No measures have hbIul adoplted to colleulnuate this great desiderattnn. When will expa rienllcoe teach usi thle lnecessity of using our resourceF, for our advancement, and lant allowing ourselves to be pushed into tile rear, Iy out aorebustling neighbours ? CoaL)ITottn or F.otHIAs.-A WaVtt.hiagtOn corres pondeut of the New York Journal of Colunmtrce writes : The Semlinole are said to be stronger now than ever ald illr Ealllahle now Ithan ever at carryill ona tile war against lie 1 Statles. lMr I)owtnig, the delegate frott Flurida, ade llllle inltCrltilg statements oal tihe aubt jert. the othler day, ill the Ilouse. It appears that after tall our expensive ellllpaignu, we have lost ilne hulldred and siaty mtles of terit.oty--lthat tihe settllemea.t la.re been drit Iatk 160 tbaile frmn the interior--adl Itat Ihe presneLt tl'lrtier ia aao ampletely aunproteeted that nmore of ii jnhtallitants have been nlurderedl, within llt lust few months, than at any tinte since the commenea. melltuftlleare. Thi Itlliant are well eupplied with able inrenasna tiheirefalcietlcy asan enelny. Satlll Jane ailonu tane gad tOael t'ntian at ta atinmtain thn a for 5 years. Guvemar Hill, of New lalnltahiie ihalls appointed 'TI'hursday, the 4th dlay t! April fur the annual fast iu that dSita. There are sense in our comunaaity who fast without baving a day appointed by the Governay-" them vot as got no money to buy wittala," as .laa Slick would say. Lafir seeman to ha uoerdeout d the RMeataulta L"toly we1aietL t cg tag ttiry are a l ntot Tfthid'la '4t hr- irthih special benaslt of t lem Iafcbraw thio thlik they can pick up something cha It has Lestelnstomary to jeer Nortl Carolina with tile soa- tl briqget of Rip Van Winkle, the famous sleeper of Sleepy vic Hullow and every indleation ofenergy and aetivity she gives calls forth an exclamation that' Old Rip" is waking up. From ma the fullwiaig pragrapll it will be seen that siote ha not been n so fast asleep as many have dreamed. "North Carolina is moving forward with a steady pace in thle narch ofinternal improvement. lHer rail road fromn the Itc Roanoke to Wilmingtlone..aendy thle route of the great Soutlern Mail..is doing much for tile cause, by daily evidence al which it aflords al ilnportant political character. We see tlat on the 21st ult., satecal boat ascended tile river Neucn to Ji' Waynlshorongh, keing the highbet point on that river which had ever been reached in that way." The Nashville Rnncar of the 14th says: The Cumbaerlcd has bheea lling lowly forsoene dlays paest. as but the rain which fell last night will pirobly bring it up. perbhps sutitcieatly high to admit the passage of several of fc our arre hoatis which are due about this time; from the last ac sounts received we learn that there were fro four to ive feet L water on the Shoals. NEW PLAYs.-We understand that Oliver Twist has VI ihee dramatized by a gentleman of this city, and willI be tihortly produced at the St. Charles Theatre. e have lhad the pleasure of reading scenes from a play, very much after the style of Knowle's Hlunch back. from the pen of a gcntleman now a resident of New Orleans, stid who Ihas conributed not a little to WVestern literature, that is not inierior in poetic diction dt ccand brilliancy, to that chef d'.eure of Knowles. ci A gentleetn of thlis city has written a play, founded upon at tale of passion, utyled " The Bohemian,". We ni are not prepared to speak of its merits, but understand * it nay e brought out at one of our theatres. It is said to be not devoid ft merii. We may have it in our tit power to give some scenes fromi titic piece. RIeianusest's DICTIONARY Is one of the most valu- C' able works of the ago, and tcontains ai fullness and ac curacy of derivation., meanings, and appliciiuons of ci word., an amnounn of labor nnd research, to blie mlet withl in the investigations of no other lexicographer. It ex L. hilits great rudition, andi an intinlacy with the first w principles--the elements of the English language, that we have never found in those who pioneered the way for this magnificent work. A gentleman is now in this city, for thae parpose of , procuring subscribers t, Rilihardson's Dictionary. The ca SBoston Pearl saynvs:-"Any man wilo has a family, andt fails to spend sixteen dollars for this Dictionary, does ta Sne act of injustice to his ciicdren." 'there is no iook in the language so replete with infirmation. It is in c fact a iislory of the language, and should be in every i . gentleman's library. iI The' last tidings we hald of that redolubtalde charac C ter, John Smith were that he hald cut his throae t with ia t razor in the cityof New York. CE:.ASTn's EXTRcAOotINAOY Succrsc.--Cdleete eon tinues to draw tile largest houses ever known in New Orleans, (or pIrhaps in Europe and Americe)-her ti o second Benefit took place on Monday, 18th March, and a drew the immense suma of Two Thousand Five lHuni dred Dollars. At the rising of the curtain, every seat p c was occupied, and a dense matss lined the doors, lob-. hbie and saloons of one of the largest Theatres in the world. At the end of the performances she was loudily 0 called, and when she appeared, led on by Mr. Bartoun gthe whole house rang with cheers and viva-s.co I ST. CiHAcRES.-Celeste drew another good ihouse last evening. Site appears to-night in the Wept of iVish-toc-Wl ish, and the French Spy, two of her ster ling pieces. r THE CAMP.--Bootll makes his first appearance to I night at this theatre as Richard III. . THe LAST.--Why is a man rho loses Iis heart I cworse ofe thatn one who loses his ihat Because he loses San c r (ear) ore than the olther. "Ilt esd s oa that KIciall1 is ithe best bigle player in 'the worla."-i'i' icoycc'. Yes ; hle has never fiund Ilis match at a horn. S 'lThe Montreal Courier says of Maine, these daetnc I Easters appear to be absolutely inlsne ; and,aince tilhey hd haI folly enough to plau and execute the late expedi. i ion, we cannot affir, with any show of reason, that they will refrain in the irpresent mood from appleling to carms. Ifthey do se, fearful will bi the retributive ven Sgeance that will overtake them. TLE MAINE IBORDIER TROUR!.ES. Larte and Impor'tat from ltalfir.e. We have received frot tir tlltffiee of th.e Beton A ries all extlrnellliing accounts tfrte Haliftx (Nova St,o tin) to the O27th ul. T'le Intat movernel o lit pairt o tihe goverlruelt uaidlopteoe tof Maine hlve occslaoulled glrt txcitelulent, ud 1the IlaliFii'x pirpers regIrd the event oflwaribetweeln the U States anld (ireat Britain as almost inevitalle. The I.egislnatre of Nora ecotil lllet oil he.6 itI, et tihe receipt of the tnews fitta the bllrdrs, and vuted a surl ,f olte hundred Iiolluaidd pOndlld tol be l tile iirllantl of tihe govrernor to raise IIet to tolh te aidl ofl New Ilrnlir, ttk, atIa rig/. lhonl" elandmen were to ie nelldeiatr ly raised. Extract of a letter dated IlAl.tiFl, Feb 27, 1339. The litoe news fro i thIe State lof Maine ihas 'uch ita walrlike aplperanlce that it is tilhe geeral opinion tllt war '.iUlllaOrIio ni aieaverted etweie Ill lge lw couI nItriet'r. We shall articularly llament ifithe good and kindredr feelilng Ihlailt o'ught to pevail lhulld now be brILoken upl tal hopIe that it itriy etill blow over. Our .Legislature yeelerldiy, inlirrediitelo'lrli the receiplt of the intelligence voted ai su not eelCediiirg onea huildredl Ihouatnd puunds, to be at thie disu.al Ilo tile goverernor, to assist tile tnrother ctnniry to raise volunteers to go to the i. .isllncr f nr te ist r lilltnce, ad 8001 men will be raised iminedhttelv. Th'le v;te twas lillowcrd i ll with long ind lhearty cleeeres r New lBrunwick and tite l(uccee of' treat Nor.itllhstanding tile siuddenness of tile measure rdollled by thie Iltose, whe tlhe doers were opened at halfciirrt five o'elrek, lthe illby ilid gacllery were tillled to over flowing, bi therowds ofinhabitunts who lhad been waitiniig lirrubirsrisioni. The report wrias tl'r n reald, after loet preCliminary observtlions, by tie lion. llr. Doldd, (~h rlinr la tlre rnrtitleei . It consisted rfm seriries of rleaulur r inr.i e ertrprOWrrirg Ilr Eexellrey tilhe r'Ulllnlrrnder in Chiefit cll nll tlrt ad emtcIv volur - leer lrnd l)rait CUltllriro ies or 1110 Miltia, to Ithe' nulrhler of";(ill nIleit, Ihrtrearr the ages of 18 atlnd 15: .ud aulhor isrig the exprendilure of /t1Uil,01, if it slhould be re q"rird, to repel tile aggretsion on Iiie sister Provhine. 'Ti re esoliionsa provieed llte , that iu addition tr tire estueallou lce tirs ih regular trrorrs fror tile riiitary chesl thre tilitir slulrld receive pay frrir Provilnlrilr resources authorized to be expeided in tie service. liThe IHouse received the report utrnrritmutrslyr after which, tnt inirrue rrio tihe ll Mr. Ie. d, the whlre ihouse, atld assembled Intlllilt'd, arose and nnilet) i three tlilles three chll!elrs lir thie brave inlhablilants ofi Net Brunswick, ami thnre times ihruc lir hr Imst grreious Mllajest illeern V'ictoriai, iliich were gienll a itlh uch rlmlortrners nlr trr'rllemllnies Pl/eclt, tihrt ire eoliI walls ofnr IPrlvilnr e bruildling eerrIed to rhake to their o'unldiion, rnd the sound wist Ihnard id tile adjc cent streets. ''The Ilouse ere to wait rUnon lis Excellency to alire row, witllh n icor of tie restorlietos. As n.l evideni e of tlhe ioval and llighly excited feel ing which prevails in Haliflx, we call attention to tihe extlraordinary filt that after tie resolutions were adopted iby tile house of ARssemblllI,tlree lhearty cheers terlt: pirrelill I 'ni, therl'ti'llrrbersiwhilh was res pin led liy all pllesentt. 'rite Roal Gnielee Star'l: "Nereri ave ite before wIittessetl such t hearl-.irring scene, rnor ever Ilfore were such cheers heard in our lhute of Astretbly." JOunI.tl OnIICI, Il.IFIITAx, 'Iarilednv, Febl. t:U9. HI(;Ill.Y IMPO)RT'ANT FROM N. BRUNSWICK. The Fredericton Sentinlel, received tills day, conlllrs the aeeolllluts given oil htlrolldiy, ofIl hostile illllVillelta Ibe lh Siutae of Mcill.e, and i andlldiiou gives tihe itePs iage of tihe Gotllrnor to the Legislature, comurlndinlg a levy of 10,10l0 llen, for the plrporlse of taking posses esion of tel learitory in dipipule, and to enable him to carry elci measure into effect, the l.egislature have roted tihe sutt lof eight hundred thousad dUollar., and passed resolutions ealling upon the State of Maasachu sets ai t aid ter ill ile measure. liurnediuilrry or the recetpt of thisi irmportant iifor. iiatiit,/ tihe I egislatulre ol' tilis Province re-olved itself into committee r the delifence of thire Province, and for cssistilg the i'lihabittanll of New tBrunswick to repnrse tihe illvladinig lfoe; all other iibuies. was s10tIpped Ilntil tihe ormhitee soluld repiort, wthih was done at five o'cocki. Never, Ierhaps, in the history of Nova Scotia has there occurred euch anl outbreak of derep illtmpasionled lirelillg, ao as givetn ealrressiou to when the CorUitit tee reported hlleir resoltlulons. (i rte itrlloerir day tile iegiglative Couneil con curred irl the ncrt of the Asemibly,aind ttheLieutenot)i (Glvrernor riptlrrvcrd Ir thie whllre prol:eedinrgs. It. M1. ahiiit Crocrdie, wri/ ai dtvision of i i e t19th rt girrnent, had sailed from Halifaix Ibr New Brlunwick tdl, Irhe Eli.c, and NulUt Iransports, with lnother dpetarcllelct. The Iirotn Sentinel of Saturdayn, ithe only Birston palter of tlat ldate received Ibv yeserdiy's mail, stvs: l're Eatler M ail arrived lalt evening about a larter before eleven, but brolught nolthing new frmnl the t "Seat of war." The force under Iludsdon were employed ill drilling. d''ie New York correspondent of tihe National Intel ligencer says:. Ironu Maiae I learn that the Surveyor G(;elelrl had arrived at Hangor w th itstruections tfroml Gov. IAIR -rIE tto proceed at one. to select a cort and erect lir tifieatllci at ir Ilear wher te SIt. JItlti's strikes Ihe line tof New Iruirnisit k. A liraliileationl is also orderedI to be erected at the lorks if the Kennelwe River, anld til) en ri eltlched to that spot. Colonel JA·rvaS has ertrblisrhed his heel quarlers within hallfa nileof the line, it a plact said I, be admirably vealculated for de fenel; and commalllnllding the whole roitrv arounlld. A rlemioraery fort is erected there, aia three piece ofa ordnlarce rutr nttr. 'rao hundred r inte frol (;ilertIal lousrnuu's detoalhment had reached J arvis'aa carup. FIRE AND LOIr OF IIFE AT ALEXANDRIA. VWe ce carry to learn that a fire, attemd with leo of life, broake out ery ,rty yes doyare orringttn a sable occapied by Oler. VWie, tof the City ttael, Aleandrir. A aegr q ervent who happened to be asleep in the table. ware burnt to death, and twelve r fifiee burseas perished in tItlsAcme. It is the Ienll opiporu that the fire waUcused by an tncrndiary. INtL Intel. rtEW YOnIKSPRluNG ..Io E NS. S. Utlea-Tle entire Whig ticket was elected at Cte chartet emretion in Uttea, on the 5th, by an average majorityofabout 150. Troy-- In Trov the Whigs elected eleven of the four- I teen membera of'the Commnlon Council. and their super visnora. Waterford-Entire Whig ticket cleated, by about 30 1 majority. , Coxrhe--Whole whlig ticket elected by an average majority 1t9. Catskill-Whig majority 120, whole ticket eleeted. Athens-Entire Whig ticket elected by an average majorily of50. Last year this townI wias Loco Foco. Noreich--Loco Foco ticket elected ; 9 majority, le;it Bern-Whig ticket elected, ten majority. Loco fleo nmajority last fall65. Fort Eldward-Whig ticket elected. Fort Miller-Whlig ticket elected, for tile first time ina St years. LiUle Fall-Whig ticket elected, except one Justice and the Coller tor. Palatine-Lce Foco ticket elected, fi majority, last rlfall 34. Mohlork-Whig Supervisor elected; 9 majority. Loco Foco majority lust year 30.--E.press. Wa andiertand that tie hterclbtai' Canal line of barges for tIne eolneynce ofmrerchenneliae tmutene tila Eity siad New Yorkr via the Delawarelr sti Iturilan Caulr and of whiel our enterprising icllrerntle.C. King c Co. are proprietors, will eonlnlence their operations o r abouhet tie first iuatat. [U. S. Gazette, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Tauesday tMarch 19, 1839. On mritin of Mtr. (Garci, thle tloee took itne corsi adertiat a l ill relative toi mllic notices in thie 'arilsh s f St.Crarlca, St. John tire aptist, andll other L'lisles, wielh Bill alter ollie raelldlllentr, were ssed. On motion of Mr. Lavergne the Ihtse took into econ nideraionli tie Bill gruntinl $r5010 to tIhe Catholic lltll .Orla Asyluma. which 'ill wnas passed wvith an mrrlli tioeal eection oflfered by Mr. Ltocktt, grantisn IllR li to tie St. Patrick's Chrar'h Society, Ir tIre relief of des rtitute nofirm pert tni. On mootien of Mr. Keno e the er t e took into coal rilleratin rite Bill to subscribe fir 51)11 copies of the famendmeat ind then after tr e adtioo n of the first section, ri. ,ashear propuosed an aulekendlent llo ririag nJohn McHeoarv, Ksrl., to make a Digest of tre Lawn of the State, ahicr after cernsiderable discusseion Swat interrepted by a call for tie ordbrs of tle day. 'rhe Spnuler subinuted tihe veto of tile G.vernor to tle Bill divorcing i)omingo Cnssales. A mIolin to persist, notwillstanding the objeetials of the (icernor, was leos. Tlhe reto Rwas In de on tile a roalld tllut inl f raslrrc as marriage by olr laws is a ciil cotract, tllInt contract cannot be impaired by all Act at' thie Lcgislan lure. A motiona bi MrI. Lokett, to take up the Bill relative to tIe lUnion Rterik, w lrost. on motion af Mr. Wiachester, tile Heouse took into cornsidratieoi thRe rill to intirure it frree lt ilcoroe - ration ofc elurclh i thle Parish of St Joame-wlilchi SBill want passed witllha a dditiuoralseetiar ineerprating tie irhrch of St Pial. ill tie ariish of (Orleans. T'e corsiderationu of thie bill nor a salbcriptiou to ti edition of ithee e at' iractice rrteerd by Pr Jolr &ir Cor was resuiel, ard all lUlndllleals rwere cut iell' by a nlrotioIar thie irecvins questioll, wiicll was carried, and the bill was parsed. A lrlllliro I try ir Dlrrl n dispense witll the rIler ard take ui tile bill to iucrreperao te tie Oean Steam Nrvigation (Conlpany as lost. 'o'lhe onerndnenrts "of tile Snate to tie hbill Iplrperia ling a airn fern raod Ibritbe irllariitants of GraUnd Iuouya and naFking ilo er epr fori tinst nr rin Ms l Iartoll rouge and illlrer iaelrlei-i-werr takell ut, alnd sid elireidridlllrll r Illllkbi g a plrloll)ritlorlrS lilr road.; ill VIriOUS it p artr of ine ftnalt, ld rlrelrilleg ernain rI ie lolls .tert cellen rrcd ill, ex lellr llte reci ll gritrantillg I ennill rioll John T. Folk. Tlisrnill hwasn lle u tied by Mesrs n ui on, Beaolenr, Ratlif aind iastteln. aI wi an iporteld by y Meesrs Conradl Itavid.ni land I)utnbar. A motion by Mr lraiborne to take up a bIill relative to Ile trial of certuin law suits by thie Dstrit Jlldge, was lost. A oition by Mr Dvilusoi to tiake ip thie bill to a fpoint inspectolrs of lrblic schoolel, was lst. Tr ' louse helln adjourned Iore want of a inonruir. RJcorder's Court, SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police iand Night \Viatclt, March 17,1829. 'L Brnoit John, Chus Slre gard anrrested I er keering a ganrirblilg ilorase, nt til ercler of l1ovdrus tri ald te , was rfilllll sarrlted iro t wable witll eig t slaves narold it busily engaged in lialin til cards; i and

n vas se tlll I lll l o rilallt td'seC liiV Il Iiilh..llr il) Ith cllargherlrlbrr lle Criminal C:rrt. The pro prlleLor of Il" ll nalie IIIr l l·l~ilig bcthl SPera galtllm bling, was discharged, ro he cltrlr inlr its fr' lwv rI)l'Lerbl fIur pCerlrllltilg cI.irrr ai.a+t'lll t 1 If ll'l Cre in his grog slplll. Vh'rrl MiurrhlrI. %'urrr I, Jon tireri , rirrenrd trr 1 biag drunkl-dinchrg.nl. iF Sone, Starr, acerecerd filr distc rhic ti' peat,'c, a no pcrIo lltrippei|r Ingt Lro lls - c iue :lrged.l·, 'lhiliip Mille, aertiteiert a th i rraeS uind suspicis cllrlraetr- itll ilctieon lrstrponed. tMadaone Freil, irr'elesrl flr llrlrlrnteillr Mir Sr Iallrd wtlt perFC'oenal vI(doeele bouncd Io kee h p: w i vi r rrhe rllrrrri t:11ill. It .rard Irwin, arresled for bring illf nr l ddll k ,I ie f tllrbing the r irilr . r ill arei Iwla linl, IiiiiiI. Il ill worked (i lil e into a g":*I frv f hr .tII·e tileavotmCh nal first disre d r in' m bi: r tl ll ry 1of Il., way. l, c'nd hllt he o1111 12h it h i..r t .1nd Ir h ,lllle I gave tilll w tll l lll'. e, wrlrllllt Ii illlcltl cr. moldbi bare Ito go Io thil! WaVItch li t, ut I11 te sa1liIme ialall dbrew Iimself" tirosrele 1 ith sidewalk iis lilbcr as i rag, ansld wlre thaIt thlere wIre i11t a l i r eII a.h ill reiillalIr o Iu I tall tIlllg lad ill Ihilld Ilei W til ch e lII ire rIrllr, r c b lr wilr a ll1 I'clled to tall io his aid four other ulnitear, sud lIhtc i atell ,I use. hwin's b od"r l ieu, xhiby l i ted exlll ecrrrrbi t rcd ei irc ,e f having r l'r l ib el tlr't ill . ' llle alltdr Ihunl is fresh Ilerlle rilte laverllrent las lie complelledthe atch rt rilrrrg him alr g.-r Jnrvis wan held to bail in trid o)ul r :ein 011 r six eWAeCIi 18, 11939. JuilllJ Word, SI. Ilradlv, Jno. \Vilki.srlr, Jarhl Keen, ly ,h Smli, EdwarId I'aler, W. Jtelksee, arresled t for being aItuald drunk-t)iselargcd. Jahn Roetl+S, Peter Goidku, arrrresle art thle request of Rogers dischrarged, blit oiuk c.....r.n.tired Ir thire v e daysn. ill Jeri P'oweis, arrested far no assault nlld battrv--lor rriwant of bail, wits sent to jail tIo anait his trial at tIlre Criiial Currt. y 'Mrs. Whrelnn, arrested ue a wrranl, firer nraarring - alld bealing lrsie. Kenall--ke i)l.iea.lltllll - failineg or i Illi ke goodll thIe complainlt-Dischallrged. r i i " FoR BoSTON. Thae irsat rlaoa :lhip FORIJIi , Cott Caalif well,will be realdy to receive fraaigtil few c~aloys, aal till to, ,it liaafatchl. Apply to Capt Ca~ldwell, or to STETSON &r AVERYY staP1120 2&1A2 GousY, FOR LOUISVII.III.I AND CINCINN'I't ''Itat fiot raaaanang mol slendid frmr rl(SilA .(`'aptJIoel iree,,, .. l having a good patalitn of her ,al) a cnogdwil oilivoly leave the port on Saturdaylll mcrniag next aI (t III o'clock. Four Ihriilht o~r pomacep wesrtern watrera, appajly olnboard at ro\·laaa t n'av a whorl; o toE STESl O & A I:Y, JJeaaiaap a,) Ia, (traaaaal pitat, I.ollrv aaaaa 63 69 a11 : i8 3 I 6 3 2'1 29 57 3 2 3 THIS DAY, $9,000! Capital Prize, Tjaicketaonly 12 50 GRANT) STATE LOTTERY. '1.AOS No*. Q8. Aulthoriraedl by alhe I.hgaalrr af te Sltate. 'lI' ilrdraawa Oarchl `0, Il8lSl,at . u' :lcaat P. 01. at Bislhol's Itotel. 1 I SAVl &CO, Manaaera . 75 Drawn naatrlbert-12 I)ruwaa Illohta.. SPplerdid Scheme. 27,811 Prizes, aaaaaatiaglta $115,792 'rickett $` 511-Hulveo I 25-(bartera 63 coi. Package aof 25T'ickrta liar$0.) :)Itwarlraatedl tI draw at leatt $:0: IPackaagr, of 5 Iltallf'ti'ike s $3:I 25, warrantea to dlraw at (root $15 011. P'aokalhger of 25 Quaartr Tickets $15 63 warranted to dlraa at least, $750. Foar packagc of atingla ticke.t, a ply at the %IANAGGIIIS' OFFICE,:E f 16 Claatresrat, analt the corna r ofa t LuiA sar d Char r Treal ta atarar c taI'he following ate the drawn tat llta e tiac Lujrat Iaaa t.Lttaey. CIasE No 14, eatra, liar 18:!1: 717 133 3171 51 58729 13I 1 715 14 'TO I31 DRIAWIVN 'T'O-3l0I11O W. At ia louck, ,¢11,1101 !! U~apiata Priza'. Ten,, I'r'cc of Onae TIhaous~aad Dlllata. 73 N aaaaaaarr-12 IDtr(awn Ithllate. 'Liaaketa onlt $1. LOUISIANA LOTTER Y. Aaathoaricaad bla Sat aof.'gialataara. ('laaalarr XI.ii, I - aacaed lItr cal 1.18711.tiaaa itS 15, extra, liar 11:391 toh r Irwna'a ,, o Tiaaradiay, Ala,,!, 'lit, 18:)9, at 6 o'clock, P'. .1. aitla, Ith aXChanaga Il,,t,'l, St. Clharlrs at. D. S. (GLREGl)I)3Y & Co,. Sucaceaaraa tt Y'A 7E7 ,wf, 1N7YRaIF d Co. GRIANID SCIIEIE3E. 27,811 Paizer, aaaaatiap to $189,070 ia 1kets $-lalalvear $'1111-llaaarta'ra $1. Packages oaf 5 tickaeta foar $111,, warrantad to dra w at least $17. laaokageor of 5 a) lf tiaketa $50 11twr ranted to dlraw at leaart $24100. 1'aclaaga of195 (lnaartaa l'icketa iaar $5 0Il, twarrantatd to draaa at Ireaat $1.., Far IPacaage or ainagla 'icklats. aIpl at 'I'Ite Manager. (il tCfi.,, tall) 3:3 Cataal atrortl. xta In Caaopaa S1111'1 S 'I'CRI'EN1IN E-911 Ilalata, peptt by - SHALL. & IIRtIIWN. waar 20l6 Maga'iin at `'t 0-- aII aalaxs lIaadlntraiatr hip Ciharleamaagan /J nod for sat 1 AIbSH.L & BROWN, ea20 - 96 Magaztinat 1ARCI0-ila halrf iaaar, laadig frmtl Wipailatr Iraauagaa, and for rala by aaar'I SII.ALL. &BROWNOIM aagatinrat T OAF Ucti 11i-aaraaaa a t atltiti es, conatuntlv iu stor atnal h;r aaleby IIIIALL S. 1I108NE, * aaar7 2990al~agncittt at II Xrc ltsw.b larga iaaaaaa joaas raaivial ata for °.3 I aala y 2h0ALL&I& itWU)W, - four '.V 96M sIa F-LOUR--l03brie landing from atoMmboal M.en-r I' phis, jr fr sale by tiORSEY, mar'204 New Levee W IIISKEY-50 hbbi tetrifiedtlandin tImni teanm er Memlphis, for sale by G DORSEY, n?20 44 New Levee SACON 8IIDES-i50casks nincnntis cured, land ine from sateoner lMetaphia, fRr ale by moar20 G DORSEYV,44 New Levee. It SWKEII'MALAGA W\IN ;,ifor icibv tmaroe READ & IIARSTOW,7 RBank Place LONION Brown Stout end Porter, receiven by ship W\Vashington,forsanile by V mar 0 READ) & IIARSTOW, 7 Rank Place ( I"EMENT'-Ildrunlic and iRotean fur suets j lnar)t 2 IllA1I) & AlLS'TO\VW, 7 BHak Pince p INE APPLE CIIEFSE and Goshes ( uhleer ilt staore and lir sale by REAL) & HA IRS'tW, msr 20 7 annk Place ITC 'C-5 barrels Plitch, aIndig fromi ship Char loentngne, and firr sale by mar2L0 SHALI.I & BROWN. ti MaIazhie at AILS-1B kegs Inading frmon ship Charlemagne, nd fotr sale by SHALL & BROWN, iar 21) 916 Magazilew St UTTERI 50 kegs superior Western Reserve But ter. for sale by (G. D)ORSEY, mar 18 44 New Levee ARASOI.S--32 casee, emlab elag n geteral annssor seant of 'uParasoals, leading from shap PaitheA, for sule by ISAAC BRIDGE. . Co. m'ar t1 131 Magazine at SPER.. CANDILES--200 aoxes- jut received and Sfor sile by SAMUEL IBLANCIIAKD, atar 18 33 Grattier ltst 11i-. & KIISEY.-.i0i bbli l'Ianteres' Oil - O 30 aesks sperm Oil; 25 bales Negro Cloth, suitable for the season, LEVI It GALE, a mar 18 2w {)3 Comllnln st M OLASSES BIAIIlEI.S-300 atmpty ibarrels, ill sul rior erdtr, for sale by L II AAI.E, nter 18 uS 93 Commonl at FIREMAN'S INSURANCE OFFICE,OF N.O. rI tE Stockholders are hereby notified that the 7th I lsatalmeal on their stock is duce and parable on kte thll of April, at tieOffice ofl te Co(lpnlly, 1 Camp strel mnr 18 E I. TRIACY, SIet ry. BUIEAU I)'INSUILANCE IIES I'OMII'IERS, Die la Notvelle Orleans. AVIS est donnllo(I' n sns.ripiteurs qi e lete instal mtentl s'lr leur souscriptinl, doi (tire pay en avril f, all Illlrea de In coItpagi el 21 Cntlllltp et. Om18 K I. 'RItACY Seerenire. P ANjNORAMA OF PARIS - I'I'S lENVIluONS- Tlhe establishmnelnt is situated oaplosite the St. Chalres Itheatre, and will be opie erery day until eight fall. Pri'e of entrance, $1 Children under Ili years of age, anti servants, half price. Senson tickets, $5 Former selIsnll tickets tre still gtol. 1116 5i t lII.FICEILIl' & I.ANSOT. iOT'ICE--The ,ll gtrs Hi"'t- -Meltnics andt iArtist's Fair, still etlllillll, to receive specimens ofttleclnttiei art tittlu'e l Itiis nitiy, lir Ipremi as. Siecimcea nis should hk handed in. from 7 to 10 o'clock A. M. Alex. Philip A. I.. inamrgh A. Mlnolelli A. I iolmes J. iBe Cottoeit A. W. Scates S'.P. MPittanltrier, Sec rty. onrv. il ci'I t ANK. - _ New Orllealns, 1i5 March 1":3 . HIS Bank will pitrchllse exchlloee oitn Ettgllat. lit RII tA Il.FIiLlIR', (Cashier | CIiT' IINK.-- - New Orleans. 15 1Marrh l:it1. 4 rrilIIS Institution will prt'ihse bills of exchange nlt r JR5 PALFREY, Cashier nAIlMON-'2 qr bbls No I ptklcd Salmoni U 1 cightlls dl; 7 kegs anslid 8 tr his do longuets and Soundis--1 eich ith hdot;3': kegs do, landling lrom bri Cathariilne ild tir rlll c Il I r 19 S & J I' INV, 7 Ca st Wines, bottled ill bond il Iclool .alnda illllllrlted into this countrv in 1831i1. For sale at low prices to lose the con siglnmnt IInk i SllON CIIESl' S--Just rerceiveId Il te! LollisitUl IWaire ltomas,53 lticnville street, 12 suefior An N V NtiVEl!t-Captiit Kid,or tthe t\tizanrd itsl ' sea, a II o lane by the ao tr of "' Ttie Sooth West"," " l1nlirtle, " lherloi," &v in 'L Idls IrJs wIed aInd fitr salle aby11i itsN, r I'ollr ('ilitm V Ill ui nttll I sti - , ;di soe In' SAII. & Iln)\tN, IIl hr 1)9 G iline 1 ( t1 Oti "l:'1i-ti til,·1es 'liatna ton .,ie , e, I.l.mbnt t i int tand for -h by S & .I \1IIIT+11 :V, lhr 19 7:1 m tllllllll " .i lt- Tltn , tids iin llkse itppitg, jI e, 1t er Itone I ;1 1 1· .: 1)1 :RSEY, l% 1 t New ,,IIt 1i : 1 ris wet b.1 t e nlr I1 "11 Meuseto sI IR-50 Illl N I io I Atg frtE A Tile no 5 dNe laientt, god i n t itl'itti' 11 ..ttt.ty It 1 & i ter I V,3O'e iiltllteait 31.t 't iN-at ll bins'nnb at ef'sctin litmnte Nt'. .)it'C It;. re hi-its, an.d fV . -alc by 17 mar 1i SItA.It. & IteRti\N, t9,'i 1ai'tz i 1 , i eu ,'O ll li , ]ls t arll" s tlb' h (v . nar itt ABlitAI.M i TtiiI'R,tt 1 tir'vier t 'I t 'tRNEV s AIRIIIII, n ' ,tc el rj t (t d'r tnr "c tan's ' ihth , authoe r e it t a.ilg.s an ltuin,.." It islrate-d Edition of Olivtr '"w st, complete in te v lumlu, i v'l. t Also, No. 9, of Nkiholastt Niklbv, lt t e eit atil i5rol'lA by W.M. 1KAN& tN, I llur 7 car Cap' 11(1111 ud lon+ - FIVE IIUNI)IlED I)OI. IARS IREWARD. Il S'"' EN'I' , i porkeC I l Ik tta ttn I tet of iti,,' Ctilty tVitktrg to t'itt -It 4$150. PIost notels tofhe ReaIl IEstate .tk, hIllnds. ,iunt IIt tie i tllllllllllt o· $711. ()it,-, 2 dhllatr otillheolltltl I'r·rlt lier Ienekb, nlor bill t, hve doillrs, of the V/l \\',td li eina Iultil IoI'd Ilat.k, Wouodville-a partl u lite presi d sll's salis iicie aNt. It also contains the original of a check lrali by Ilhe a1 is fiscipli U'nion lank in litvort'tof lt cet It n l . 'o on the Merchants l ank, New Orletans, ti. ,"1,ill 711. S11110, dated lMarcll I lth, l;:14. Also the duplicate o.f ,t eht'ck irirwnI by the Witter Works lhok on the Mcr yl'ltoR BIlallk it tlitor f Jacob Bamrker, New Orleans fiir Q5:7 !116-I101, doted Vicksburg thle 2th Manlch, 1;'J9, parable I 0 days atler late. ' th'se checks are not endlL .ed, iand 'aret hrfore of niii vlalu to perlore othelr illll till, ownellr. Thte poclket buok otlaileld slllldr other papers of Iu taltc to any ipeltrslon but Ithe iltwller. ig If theo prlll,l inpos,·ssilllr of lhe abotvu wil restore, tse earllls to tilh subscribers thlrllllough IhP foa1 llllh: or Itotllcrwisl.I le Illay retailln Ilhule bank nh.c illld no1 (giisl lias akltdcll, or the above reward will be paihl fr Ili1e iletection of thle lthielf and restoration of the liocket book with its contents as stBlen. SII(RACE IEINl &. Cl, st ENI'Irl I. lurllisllcdl .lparllllellts to rent I thee ,r Li- nrli'Juiul aanll (Carolder tl. ror 1I8 1 7TT'l. ItO)X;: -A new arm, le ased in New " Yol-.4 rk, ietlonl hL e r lllr llnll, genSua li, oud aI valutl n, ble urlil:l ir lie na n Iilelll iat' o ic, Flre alne ay l rf . II0easks Sicilian .iislced ()il, lallding from big \Villingley, front I'alerec,, fior sn all • JAIR.VIS &" All)ItE\VS, re¥11 oll very relasonahle lellllaI at No,. 301 'rcllT l li itinsllI a1rect. Sbe also illforlls Ibl thtlll n few guelllhllleo ( cal be necolnllltollaled with boardl by the day, week ilr iIoalh. As her houae is silaterl ill the centre of Ilia espaull llaredl' llle public Islrlnage,. For terllll, wbicl will bereasonable, easc applyAdsy a o o.ILL 'AM IIIIlr I.) JANE~ %\ I.IIA MlS. PORT WINE. L".) amnd Geuile--ladled in Oporto Clhoicetl Reunrve and London parlicular, in half ald quarter cask. (;hoicest old Reserve, Sercial aid LondnII pIarlti Iir in esks, direct illnporinuii, warrantled ne plus ultra. Bordeaux Brandy Fruits CORDIIALS: Mareschino di Zara, genuine superlinle assorted Iardeaux Iiqnlelrs Ileuine Martinique Cordlials l' 'Veve Ampllhous uperior white Ind redl Inordeaux Anisetll Iid Iatlatinile (renoblile Kirscllwasser and Snwisn Absvnllhe Vinegnr : rirdteau \VhIta '\Viine IBeer: Imoalm P .rtiandi Ale Cheese: Chelire ChUene, in till alxes E JUIINS & 'o, arl9 3w C er CieSt Chanrles ail Cnnmon St ''11I..8, LUlI.I.S--Jusll receie't a.lnrgCe sunplyl f Ivp iiDtch nid ieelaiiid Qtuills, o t all ixelsI ufslUm to a a. Also nwIInwia l ,.g . ~e&I Rs , in;whlesale and reranil, by II1VII) EI.T' & Ca, Iulr 19 N Y lSationerin' IlllllI . Chnrtres at ill' RECEIPTS-JJsn receied a few dozen ship IReceiptllt Iika, priated Oal goad paper, wilthl jIi cate ni lbera froalm I to a88: a tih le rin for sale by DAVIID I'LI.'r & C, " mar 1 N Y Statiners' Hall, 24 Clhartres at tl+ USTA2Il--.-exing~p on Kenltucky, lusaard, in lb nar7 l \V IIIrI'TCI.IARI) y JO IAGGER'I', Jr l ANi'A', &c-d-.i blen 4-4 Alipht-lnltn letine I: irnen lne tachcd ldat, lauidling from alip Caio lina, fur nale lby all I BIlGIE & Ci,. 131 Magazine sl C C Il LTH I Ni--I14 caes senanmtlabl 'lotlltt, i-latudihg Sliro-nt a;lp Cloliln. for saleo by a 15 I BIRItIlE &r Co,, 131 Maineaite a) 1LLOIIR & ClACKiERS-151T bbl hour, now laln ing, also 25 do of aracier. for sale byC t1"l5 S G BILANCHARD 1Gl.TICE-.lrays in. 1591-1479-19·-732 are rc kqoearea d Ip return their rairtas iunlllisltely 1q Inte aulneriL6a i,LIVI H GALE, vti5 93 Comimola at iXCHLANGE-Ua t'tew Yaoru em l hiiladelphtia, it for sale by llAL, ti rar a ull5 ADAMS &.%: WVI1I'I'.tLi., 67 (Jrwilera+t Cawnp St. Theeltre. First appearaneo of Sir I10BT'll. T'll EVENING, AIAItICIH 0,1836, Will be presented Shakspvere's Tragedy of RICHARD III. Ri:tlrd, ir Boolth l iehtobml. Frederieks Lady Anne, Miss Cowell After which tl.e Farme of the T i LOETIERY TICKET. WVr,nwood. Mr Johtason SCnpias, Fielding Mlrs Corstt, Mrs Monell C c Susan, Anderson SMETARIE JOCKEY CLUB ! RACES. st r 'd 1ll, Spring Mietit, fiort 1t39, over tla Metar id Coare, awill c,,niea-.o tile last 'Tuesdyv, flit hh an conlitcma six aiis. Firslt day, sawcepaskes d t for 3years old's, twr, milqelats: eatraoce $l1000; for. fait, $2511, nini sbscribers: le 1. Mountlert Wells names ch f IteInwing, by Levi- - altan. at 2.( C S Ferrer. S3. 1) Steplteera, G( C Dublin, by Levinlthan, dam by F Jerry. 4. ii A T'avle. 5. 'linor Kelner,gre Greyvdne, b Medoe,dam Gray s FnyI Iv l ie rtramlt . 0 6. Ira Smithl, Maria )like, by Medoe; dnm Cherry t Elliott, lhy .ampter. ' . lJ S, Gasriu i, b c Altaf, by Fylde, dat, by Vir I; 99'lU 12 Biaracw, li f'ie.'tiyaclie, i' Medoe. 9. Jama 31h,, hc f urt.allit, by ledlea, dean by 1- aupter. l Sllln IayIv, n mthelwet te e sir noted trotting horses 1ird anld Confidencl, two mnile Ileat ill Iharnes for I $61001). Secoand Day-JLckey Club Purse, $800, two miile St ale ,ie Dayv--weepstakes for gettlelllal riders, Itwo i mile beats, e.tr.,t 5t, the e propriears to tdd a itilver Third liny--,ackey Club parse $12.10, three mlile IFolrth DIay--Jockey Clu,, purse $20110, filur mil lifth ltI)--Jau.kev Cl.b lpalrse $600, tmile heals, best I Samnle --Sweel-i teelkealo fr i yel'rs ohl, mile heats, at eltrtaeci, e .ltll, t fait $13, seven asb ct ibers: S ,,t IItr i ll, l : ' in , i l I sr, -k A I. lali.-ai,,, Minor Kesiar, r S ii rrr, V It'. CItNhrrtw .lcrets Sr. . htlllait' ll.tcirr s ne; p l iv--A rllrollh nltllpeell tle; welebraed cl -r fter $ l'.lll.r. C,·(,I:a it olS, aitl r Se lratrtra. ainr;paetrryef OP spi eJL i collectionh,, o' .rti..t's Inrushles, intisl, falll Wiater colors plier re t.ithr .o an, l varnlih thrdol; g,. ,tamp. lf every d* s ( iption, sl lil d~l mahogany nod wavl i ll l e lasel,, for portrait painters; p stel crayon every .olor, pencils of every size; varniIs brushes, l(st aii, ramtal, trv large sizeet'-wesa.airerady pre trd Indiat ink, sl 'rfa. ; iarce -lixr., fafla soauItnl wilh sple)lid Alims, sup-,i;hly hoitl and Gilt; ncolora, at of every ' re'l,+.l bi , cakell, by a nbe n ell'lln ll lrnmllll all tlst: .,l p i2 l ; , n": : eit t ,l' u meak an d of etri,.les of rl tll ls w ci (:lI ai l oo ~ii ar tllllllPrlllt e taII ,i. :es an,l 1'lllin. will do well to ll It the stolre of the tlal. il r which will aLCaro u aent'se le n tlll eal r an iei nl-liit l'vo'l,lc. 'RI cSI)F eI.I.I , liNo l nlp str.eet Ita eaisler i aintt, ()il, V'r, ishet ndi Fant y Articles S for pacih r i, wholesale n iii I Ietail. sar 7 isn 'I1 IIENT'. aA l ruWe alie r , 3)I I lfet lby fi69 and lot Fe ill to iri i lstrltl t e losn tla frolll Itnrol+. Apply ae rett1 ac t C''',' taeiia & . A Itil, t- EN(iIHA\'It \ANt) bt ,t'I'I:Ii-t-PLATE P'IINTr. t, ,.t. :1, ('tamp ,0i. 1t i 11.1 . n an. " am l prim to dteer, h a lttore . ,il'I S t t o 'f xrha ,'e, bill.",, tlu li r,,ali ',,. , t' ,r lh ,ire am' tt I ,iti ,l/lll " ,1 llolrl llrl ,l l r ,l~d| "- ( nIYIIIIIII Slle roe Ilnlll lllllll Id " rfiuh r ld lt, r i nail ral - door tt St r S te 1i , C rri plriinite I f,~t plalt' alrel'aly ,igravel. aI' .55. NI,:\V l' hIl 1,E.A% 14. 11 1, N %,IIVII.I.I : 1i . e . 1 II.R O \I l;11111' %NV. NI.: Alti \ NiEMENT'. r| tll;: 1i ',I 'ivnti 111 h'l ve i th Iteit,, t th1 . I that itI Ir t "nol -rlet.l· ,"Lry, I. i t 8 A. 1. and rlllrlln it .I I'. .]. e e,'l .SIoidai t'.e, when 'lle will I'\ . I rlrt ep i I lhe nr n s ilii ii n r itl'l'',', t ii,, t,,, , at i, .UI,,- ,i , , c,', t l.H k, i'lh rhi ll l ,, w1:A h,-I , ii c nin ia rlll, f , i hi leyeah ', ttle taall lf, lh itt, o" ii" trkal" , ii lil' I r fa htl.. do i hi I lh, it h, e . ,n,)ii. i ,i t ilf( Il okia a la y l) - -,he l h .\ i i l- -l,"r-,w p Cnli. kt , I t li rdegr of , I"Th.. W\\illa on, II -, I I 1itey oltl r drall , ellllle Ibl k, II lthe N. A. T. & I . J iii, rc v, lft r lifih lh,,,k d. . ,lalrd. (ity (?50,1,lll.) I)I .ha to he. (1,'r f' 'h. T. \T. (VilhnI m l- , I'11rs. A , Il lllllll, er of notes toa n 'wther oblignat;mol, lt hri ' dates' i and at luts nlot , cller:Id led-- l l .o i n 11U ill adr'Ish. ITh 11' , matal or Ih red do.hllalrs will h Ipaid iee lllol'flo . II. l., L.. (: +r iC i lll illlna llllll9,Ma tr In which llty +la er may r'gain post'teeioa of the '0 the iers, &"c. mtr 5r 11 . ,\IAYOI+..\I.IT ' OF Nt W I' III{I.IXEA' ;. p l.eltsan u nld, r lhe .a. upenrh'ltece of Ihe persons a.e I n(ln r. i tll thlt I., lg~ IIhtel. In ectors Johni ly Ihewh' t wui Wllillian McKeanl , Clerk John liIllalin are Iid wardllrlit llt thl' tmlllbla] lh ll, I , telor.. "]homas ,r Tropy atnd \'lliwl I 'rt ir,( . Cherk 11. h,'ndig. :a' I l"h wwu, i t Itlioit McAule'v'. Inspectors Wtillinm ll, pT. tll nllda Jllames W. lihImn. r(;hk (i. W. Ihurdy. ak New Orillleans, 13h Mrf(ch 11139. a lily C . GE':NIUS:', Miayor. - ta.uti t dl (IIc . eit il la In 3luikipalith" N.o' lcllx, avis ctt dl lll' quoi I'Pleetion des Adl erltlen) rIe ta dill: .luIicip lith , aura liel Il.ndi, lar Avril pro linil, Iell!p ili i fhe res dul ilalinl ju A ring heliea. " I'ri rl). Ildi, I si tlS lilllX I et so s l dirction tes t'rPOlll r ll-cp-.ri tll..' d iia(i.s, noir : r tdlistict, ;a I'E SDal.xh ll,, t IAey. Ins.pt ler s.Io ew I leppl nd illi Jat Wa ea. irefier Joll rgai. 'ti dlialrist, l'€ la uu mdu)nl illlleipallt.. tis }tetatellrs I'llollwllt+ s'lOb1 111111 unit\Viliil +Frnret. (iltllier I~allullill 1V.'I'. Ilrpp all-] James.9', \ Behani. (;rell'ir G;eorge .%. liidv. La Novell, Orlnas, 19i Mars 1839 m13 C. (IENOIIS, Mairem. ccivdl still uitr sill s by mlhl grosd or ,luIa+ll, orilll gle, Iby A 'IOWAII, naur 9 49 Clatp at O 1-0 .:u I Ier trallilland llll30 casks sutLIIIUr atral..t .Ilpermt Oil, ttr sale byli mar 9 I Illlllltl' A. nto. 134 Magazinte st sUiVkYOtKi'i OFFICE, - Ieco'lle d Mantlliipality. tliFF EIIS of contrct lir thle repairs of Yt Mary a .F Mliker will t iti receIved at Ihis ofliee until the 27tlh of.lairch, I ). Th'le repairs are as follows: Isl. 'lo taket uIp adl cover in 125 square of terrace rooting, in a Iomplete mannller, an to stop all the leaks; the work to lie glarllatelac for three years. i2d. 'lu to t up and ra.lpair all thle holes and cracks in alltParts of ti Iplasteriag alld parts cannelcted thre :Id. To repaint in oil color, aof a light grey all the eiling alld arhlitravs, gutter and pipet; ald to paint it lack color the ira. wtrk. . Towhitewah witeal with care all tlhe walls inside and 5th. To faint in chlcalate color all the pillars, in the entllre alley. fill. 'ITo re-ilujtest the corlics llnd whiten them. All tile rel air s must be linished at the latest by the :it0h .1f April text. ''l. rtl ctaclu r mllltl ive Is eartily in the su llt oal(ltl bclra thaltlitaat of all tiht work wilthit Ie Pivoetittle, JII. P11.11', miar 1 Surveyor of tle Second Municipalil.-. IIUIREAI.U DU VOYEII, Ile l.aScoand. Municipaliti. J.)ES 'IIROPOSI'I'IONS pour rlparer I'dlJlice 1 dll. lrlh6 Ste Marie, scront recu.sn ce bureau juqtl' a 27 bdec IltOia (illtars). l.es principalea repa atillas A fitire collaisatrllt : ler. r eullever et rellaoer reniron 125 carrAs de caou. verlturede terrasse de iaisuire it Atrrniter c:omwplete. aellt lea guttuirea, ss garantir ce travail penldana ,roil ans. uilau A baowslsr lea trous,leatess et aure parties di gratli.s ,Lea eihli.ts. 3l.ae Rtapeindree.t grin clair i I't l ile, dela ftrles couches, taus Ics tliltlds, arehietrara. lllees et tnata da ,ltaellttt, el teindrs ent noir A I'llttib lea ferremtets. ime lllour Ilanchir avec soin tull tla h ltures tat satr lea.faceS illtt lieures qu'exterieures. tirmr tlidare e tt ,.leaur chocolaa In part des piliers ,laibmdet t all's bdao milies. ;iea. ri.-juaser les corniches at Ies blanchir. T''ltes a .uv.FltilUsai devrout ltre tsrtaieas, pour le plas talrd, le 30 Asril prchnin. L'tlltrlpre.llalr Itursira atulionneaeent en Ia Manllllme dre lklRI1 pour assuresr l'exseul;u) ale Ilr.terpris dats ie deal sacs tltrntitnllt. J H PILIE, Voalis d In ,aSeconds .Ilttkipalltb "lADI-;.fIAIW.1"I::-Sicilv Madeira wise, "alf 11 pipes.qti"sa aks ad acltiaven, Ibrands ui lag ham I. P. Ztzs, ipdl C(:Ill, fr sale bhv etla I IIIIIDUE & Cn, tlh Msgaiitimuet s. wEoales'rao.he.are. uk. Ba.ee..n&f;*l 20; - Will be resehtted the ilg(lt piaul rfithm oft trhe WEPT OF WItStitIoNWI Mt N:a douGghy If... - .. C tdelt Faith, Mt , o iler. 'Io conclude with the liitorlicnl and Milutarylrnelae of the , FRENLI SPY. mAarohol onrlont, Mir Burke Col do Courcy, Harrison Tony, E Coiwell Mntltilt de Mlarie, CELESTE Henri 1t Aime, EISE Hlernoll Caranily, MAYOIRALTY OF NEW ORLEANS. rl.lE price cr 1r.se flour to-doy is $7 perbanel Sacerdingt to the tariff; the bakeres'sllall give tu. ing the 'n!hing week (frem Motday ISth inst.) 39 anle cet of ltreod for at blt. Bread ofl' the eond qlolity in required to weigh 95 per cent. iore. via: 411 oennes. .o rt. C CUENOt.,dleye. LO W tOO)-30 tons Canl )elchy I.ogweod, a1nd ing frmn brig Asia, fur saile lcy lair 8 s & J P WIIITNEY, 73Comp at DlSS.-JIJ.TION OF C(i'AR'I'NEItSil I'--the J Colartnelrship herertofore eniling belwree the osulberilere, in the style of Froncls K Voee & Co in dildved hby mutual consent. F E Vose alone will li quidate thi affairs of the lante conten. FRANCIS E VOIE. lmar W1 W P IIERtRY WANTED From 501 to 111)00 karc es Stor in Citizens Bank. 'IHOSE1 wishing to sell, will do well to rall and lerove their nenas and noeent ofstock, t tthe Sote of Engli+h & Silvoe.ter, oposite tihe Areillde. Country stocek nOhoe is doeicd. S E CAMI'. iesr 9 3w WVASHIiNGTON BALIL ROOY Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philiipstror hbeween loyal & Ionetllto. rTllI Mlanger ofrit I elore nnlord ell Rcom,gtet 1 tl to his friends nit the plhblie fo the lleprel Tr ioled pnllrnge Ibetowed on rim deorevernl e.enus, reNptoetfdly informs eheom l)Mlrt ti etalDlirhmecAl . been coll geIl for thie euslrelent of veeioer, erul ent dergolu inmense re pairs, he ar wil bhe snrplnseed oiv one in qonlity of'liqrnrs. atl I.etiouract ill te r hkelt by the clest Iettllriollreor'lo thre Unite,l Stalre. Tihreollr ri.e-ope oel 1atrntlr ecavlagLn3rd of November hexl, t.y II iGRAND) DRIESS k MASQUERADE BALL. and will rake ilue nes usual every Olter, Wedcell day ondM otil oltAlr ening, rihng the 1seeo oeo,hieh Aill anrd nr the It ofi lMry, 11:39. N. It. The rrostest ltleaOlioin will hopnh rto keep t ing rerrecl order Ihrouglioul tihe ettatlishuinl, ies ie c dlonc I' sr mistn. . . Nii.P W-Oi.tiANS;--- Fehcruory s5, 1118.19. C('llectols olnred hMlicipralilyii.te N t'l(lT to ownera of Io sacks, enra, &ACe.n-Tile fol .I lilwigR ordieiiirieoo will re atclictty eforced : ReoIeitd, Inot wiheneverl tl e intor hiell ilue a li cence for drays cllorl or other olrnlllger, enol licence lllllll le imre rinlately enpdored tin thlie lnck by ILr flrlte rllwihh Itr cip, anid onry I1Iomn Ieglecliig tre hlniin iiid Io ldoii llrielotil lii .tCeilritii I.le laok eri tile Sile ee, cshlll tam ofine cotll eeeindg one hliundred dollars hll for inT c:ity, eni the ettie alC for the itn forler. A pliomr Ic l rcnillilr 1. Lt21.1 Atloi tie flHwil oritiiilock ollf thle lCoencil of the ,1 s,.eound mulnieiltlylh in i ll i fllitiilllg w lda l owit: 1f lie it ri ii red, rll ro III afterl thlir danle eni t per Itcon whor sll rlln it hulk, iny, o.r cearlt, witin tll I llod irerllllililllllrty, witoiIl oinsiig previoTrsly ob jt ained i lienteo ie rf t he teyor ttlhim city. ohll Ire rubject iln tie l nort ioss Iontl weary-Ive Solhlrs, or illelno one hllulrilr t ollars, to te teen l cnred Ierre illy IoOtrt o ei co.lplelo jturiseediti. ,Provided that tny bhok, dhay, or rltrl do1 rllun lilthut a clive.ne itilbrlrnid , shll e bll. Itcit l to el neied ly tihe :clllel or t" o n' r lierU.., It Is, cartls, &e .. nitr ar i y ll' i cv ,fi er . . I polic.e....... I illiillo il ....il the fine o nelr (etitl till Ile ellrid. ila r to t hle layr e lie 14th roy ofJooe, 11537. 0,41 cet, HigiedJ 309 It1nU IIfrI.I+WIN. Recorder. Wt oV It Wcr.t ro rel,llecor of tnheks .ye,, oillc tlnwkre nill plellhrs. _.lhgfr !10 IIl s.etonlt t iiiiiiplir lh'. ln neeo It erinoronx, icerrce 55, 1839. A Il nao i ln.lnirl, ill.li re, i lll elny, & c. I.( s Ilaltl lloLl t es eol iv ,llte., l'nctit erlictemrnlr ob ,llq.ll- til, cntl oo I oit.s i cOt i.r Moiire roirrr ronn l ( , ,.1ut(c oo lr s l xi P l.l , dirny, Aelll it, In disc licence 1 . vrr i P olr n t l i ll l llo l li a l . ,.t l ' e l l tl r I r I o k p l rl l r ] • o e, i 'r I ," •1 1 e,:'1 , d i. i iIiie , III i t te l ertt i tese lillenc, irt'rl Ilii I 'ii ii i I Ic I0ll t 11111 rlli trrl e, iim r:ilie i or , 1"or n ,00it", tl I'aiilr r iiliii' po r t I e ll trrllll~Ap-e Ilt(lli i, . ii1lll lt- llre t, e 1071. t i r lie ool.*nn," l'-.hm.,u,,' ii, i tt cl b c'ocsil de i l t lent 3llonvi wil qile, iil i s iiran es, env tiir : i i 'ii -iI il r lr.lllllr lle ii ii l ilo l il.llc.e dale, t-llc. per 1) n tlellllrl y i o.lltl lllIi rsrr I h l llt .IItI A ll all Ir, ilnnl I I , 1nnItll it'lr sllmii lll li ll . it I llllnlin iPllcolen.ctr, one Inl elr U+ le 11 +2 1 - 1. air .'i , 1 11 tk'r et evant in ,iir.un rltl, r lNe "itrch.tl otn .Nl il lI n I kc outlle cequ I t.l ilt* i 1".;ih , li. i cOol etli rill I i d rle Ih-en I cure .Cecil ec 0ni"t01, lar le 0(11K ASI dleC.Iee 0rr If-i, mir lln.l.l o. I'dr ilia olne Seil rc liir e Idol.l oi. e irai .0001 on- tio I t . li tilr N 'eolet it 'ieoe hr e Sire iiio ni .Ini," i, I lrci tiec Ictet. Pini triJi c 5lcll I Ir &dIr.CIVIN, lecorder W{ II ,¶.! ciceeI' tll t io o to.phottrti,,oeral. h'orn, litn ll - l d l'A 1 iR e(forI. r 001 felpt uil. I'hIhPINTiI rl Itie li tonenit Nof llltlhe i ie +orel 0 h+. . n lolm'#, 1 E ntln artl m. ei l - i eidi, ocfhih' Ij hake, or Ilain S iheiioto C.tiifsoio ntIricas itry ro.it,.hleo.,l II'olIth'e AMttlCiAN S.FIt, cornler n/ ((loydhill d S1. (Chal rles els. h .Rllreirvt/ Nw n'd B eaullillilulill /-'eottn~e . "ie Jof haei in, IeIIIgcnt'i iiicitilic iicrio i thit rotitytcsi r. O i Irdtrs rcitciird tro Ct.liltli llOlo, St. Charetle iid Aiotiiiirinier of 'oydmo & St o Cherl treets. Ic UR tIllllI riP-,.ipCill illerow oin public h COTTON CIRCULARS ["7 PRIINTEID ills the G'reUatet P'.pedilion,and in a style unsurpassed in New IrLrnEAs, or else where. OsiERs left at Co.rlrNo Room in iSt,. Charles En change. (Corner of Granite St.) or at T R U E AMERICAN PI'IINTIr G OFFICE, corner of P',rdras and St Charles Streets, will be prompily aOlledrd to. Dec. I--_t. LOWEI.L COi I'ON-40 baties 7-8 and 4-4 and S'Tw'illed Lowell CoionIrS, for atLe by nl:r t ISAAC' 1IltI,(E & 0,1i34 Magazin-et J i.. BIROWN'S i'olen PlnatlrnBalanres:.-tGro J cars La.n fn l at .i Bienovilr street, Patent Pint "orlll Ialances, suoperior to iy ever offred in tlhis city. fi:i W R CARNES. TO MIERCHANTS. Iy31lEICIIAN'lT$ can have a ItaATerrv. CIUtc-" Lt.a struck ofJt lor hours NoTClc,,by sllso oat the Coempin|g Room of TRUE AMERICAN PIfalenas; Ortncr, St. Clharles Exchange., adjraaing the Rian. Inl Room at Corer of Gravier strmet, nra the Is I'e ing Office, coreo rofPoydras and St. Charles ad~ee. jIjEA"I'I.EILi--lyv ohir Aubrn n nelegnt e or 1 meoa of dil;,ri.ni eeularld ploe., reeeived earl for lasb by (i1:5SIP & Co, Eaclruge hotel, fe25 .t Charles M STEAM BOAT BILLS. O\VNERS, AGEN'S, or C.APT'AINS .fSTEAM BCOATI coan have their Bills stlruck of, i one or more Colored Ilks, on Plain or Colored Paper, arie despatch, and on fanorable Terms, by leasing their ORI)ERsatlTRUE AMERIICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydras and St. Charles streets. Nuv29--f VALUAUliL ENWidLISII W K EMOI.IS oi t CIIt iOra allAt by A Hamilton. L tranlltel fromI tle Frencrrh, with notes and ilnhi. traliullas, ill 1 voleumes. Mrlirlloirs iitPhilip l)e ('oIinirIs: ont etninting the his tory f Lois the hli l ti, ttiid (Clrlel thelth of Fr.lice, and rf'Charles thle iold, Duke of Bur gilody, to whIicr Perines hie was secrelerv ; at liso the hiinorv of Edward the i4th, and leny. 711ii ofEngland,t i d vols. hlMaioi,.s of Lado Ilaurilton, with illustrations, ase. w of manv of her iniost particular frietda and distingui;srher coltemprorarieo, eimbhellished with a line portrait after Runliev. 'rhl Declailloorl, r e try e litV rirrlltletn of Boecacion inc.ulding the Irl-[irOn.id trvels tre.enlated fore the Italian, to whlmh are refixed renmarks on the o.a tl lift srdl wrrili:gs of Bhocaceio, in vole. Forsnla by WU McK EAN, cCaurnlp & Commoll ita 112 " - LACLIINL--50 gruss iGolings paste blOacing. fur Nale bIy .hIALL & BROWN, mn2 96r hMagarine at I) g -l.,5 sarit earmany pneas. ir sore for .ale by L l CHAMIII'LIN & COOPEII, 79 Julia at ITAVASN.A . 'FEE-5h1 bgs in store of prcien E lt niliity lr rale low to clooa eonsiRnment. ular8 h 'I'|';'SON & AVERY, 88(iravrer .i (l INCINNATI llA'i. N-38 hbida sides act '2 hl-id )/ shiolders preTo' qalitv, lrr sale by mar 8 S'EToN & AVERY 88 Gravier at *IýuNliN FOllllEg, COPPER A-, tin asks Lotirc po.rtr, r dorire each 5101 piencs Kenltucky bagging 11(1 coila inu bale roip 1511 do Itnonjai eope t510 do nirterin do 51 hbaskets Heidsinkihcnptagne o Fo ot e by, CHARLES INCIES, trait 1w *t.rceier t

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