Newspaper of True American, March 23, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated March 23, 1839 Page 2
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8.7. f F.*. 1 ORFAS Mtroh29, 439. d _ .20r. Ultimtort .0 Bedford r;,r Ha4,., Lii 2ate .,IbPdrttmouth, Chase 5 04.02 r:`^ ha d * ECDltliu. 'G: i41ý dei: oy:N~ta, G Hh06.r ,;t'Oo 'JP· olh(ri tJP loy ltoo,,,.dBlooooPcna Mt r"t '' f " I os rdeS o tt *ARRIVALS. "9:68tch di. 1031. p . btl towed tic qeh, lsu 0 id FPrr,9. sohr Dolphit, n.td Sl" t la the city with s brig Eniall· and .chrb e NU 1Mati fomNEpass. hettlt.oo t O' 2Itrintioth s9 ' ok A Mi. I1eport ho oicc. ethbintg no itt ibh sive; tow idstupwhlh-tie.hlp in ttw. te, , 106103, fro the N E pess~hlriil: towed 'bltwtialp. Avrelht..hd Pocahonta.. hprig Utottc sld schr 1Di x. mrtia'tw to itho y with ships Solnatot 31oooettks & 4jift~heit rWiol..t LOo'loth. A M. Repots lthip .maulgll Pl/i thea river. pi li con. frog the S W pall. hni~in9 low t nsPol.1ldtokAnn Mary Anon aod br1, 0b peoty, wtth ship Mitoiitlppi. L.f tihe r.he tltio ,tt I o'tlocL. A ft. Rportt nothino in the iq i rivver. ' I p ltdngt iiike.6 days-ofom HBrton, to mattoe. S h~pJI ttaahoet, 2pttgor 99th Jat. from Htvro, to mte. *s~hip 1itgtopiiv pi:BRobo, 1 day.(eom Now York,to IHat. fpabvrigkotdot Sutt,4 daytfroo 1lJ.9oo, to Cutlsu 4 la. t. « 'CRhr AtttintSylyomtto, Jactkton, E. J., t;8 et Joioph., `tg Maur, tp olt, H Bids.1 day. fot. Galvstl.n to-tite hat.. alltu.w adltso E'dtl: (toot I ottti It. l. ý' .)- IltbtwlttitrtdlC ti, Whttttmnrotwtoo Yi't- turtg. NtP.-~mt.sroteoota I15 ,t~h, Istohildo,'(ott Cloolotti. " ý, 3A:Of d go.5 id. Ittnn. P17 .r. ;. ·rýt r sil sukscc 113 h's wheat1, 17 hales -tatd bo, do, 429 blotteolont 2 g t,4 bttool68e s; t0 bts tuterolt loepoo .pmtto..Cct.o, 15893 btls. .toot P.os booquo Altotu.. .i1tg., 168: bale tot ·. ';gi~rnOTOc'I toottort.. Ctott 228134 poroh. 493 Poutr, `P63 sotks cort. 155 hido.. ho-r..;· ....Per brig Visgtiit..Clttto 1676 hl .flouo. ted. Mnje~tot ..Crgo. 443 II. ptrk, 54 hdW too. 9 tlt; 6 half do ted dtbeo, Ibtl. +aw4 ar .. ItoP brigVolto . .6iq,-qo, 217 bIt t,-fa. 70211 ;,, lopotltas, 90 lid. btcon,o 8 10. potk, and 31U " scks Crn. .............Per toho Jttpo. rCoo2., Il, bit 'pook, 9010 1ý2NviACOLA. Poo tobo Lliidlotl.. tlttgo. 77 lIts ttlou, 9it to dl poo,2 dot b,,rn,,4 lo apse,, d4, i.,,lateto, : do whiskooy. .bos sop, 5 hdt togo. rltd. to. MCII 14j. pot oohr to-t6tto; R 50- , 5tolsoo tosb Rol. 143 I,. S our. 95 do bhisboy, 91 Lags totfft. 4U lds b n. g .-5 too catao.... s'^ J OTLAND. .Potthl MlIan-t..Cargo, 185 hitq loot, 1063 tt eooo. crn, It its pot' 6T'MARKS..Peo schr Jt.dt Illonkh..Cargo. 150 1,1. pork, <". - 9sscks cotton aced, 9; seeks corn, sunldry lot. GALV4ToON~ Pe, sohr Coitmbti.. Coo,, 167 toeks'obt , " d o7.113'attd tltndoy .,oI.I lots riic, cull. ugat.t mtlnlttt, Ittcon. pork, ord, stoal, .htI,. h frd lorec fthial, a e IJIPORTS HAVANA ..Fe brig Emiioii. Crgo, 1368 haogt c9'a, Ipla .ci er. end fruit; tCoccie, Lcpryrec &ca, A Cau trelo, 11 Lopez, elaster ad erder. JACKSON .:Fs chr Austin..Cdrgo, le blls., to illr. GALVESTON..Pr .lobp Harriei..Cerge, 410 codar leg., to master. BOSTON.. Per .lip Seteor..C.tce. 1:0 C ez aPPie. aed she. eel. J30 roeam, 1791. d.,td kit.s mockerel, end a, 4ltd merchoodizo, to I F Nicheol,, V Wt lti, H C GOidet; maoter. F N Weld; Key. &Robert., Sill tnrd.li, W 11,l 5' to, A II Wei*ce & co. c1,*b cFeF t ." ttt, Is.o. Rridg & oe. P 0aontom,& fire, D DtfeeA D (ore. Ladio Ot o JVuireett o. c, W\hittey, If H Lyons & co, H RI Lee r cu, Oalfrev· ou. ie &Smalli. Whitrig, t co C E Ac"ih,, IJBitry Adnma F HaIrtwel, Sloan & br& , J Loatd,. 4-i. W - FIpge, C Byrne. J E Wheeler. Dubbin 4 Brown. J Baidolm,dun.el Whii.&eco. C cv. ago & do.rder. J1AVRE..P-hip RMebkeeseeL.Cert,,,in ballast, to order. TOSK..Per ship Mi.*.jrippi..C.ege, as.ecled slor eh..tdize. to sundry consigntees. RECEIPTS OFI'IOOtCE Cineignnti.t.Per eo, a,, Gen Iaerriet..fCegt. IS lid. 6t ,aaa,8atpo 1Avegry, 2 lid~s. hoe,1 DunhanlS47 Ill. flour sad Ido ham., Adorns & Hartooll, 342 hI. flour, 001,,, & ,Soclhgth, lote t-eithieery. ergg attd lundrio., to 81 IVermot,t W lSgreo., J De Cordova, an sevel owerse , who werce t, board.. Latitville.. pe steemer Aledlter..Cego. 5311 f ite rOg. 4.. & Boeeutgkt.. 0l do. Adees. & Hartweol, 51 do,. aid 3. .ihbrbeaneliieg Bridge en, 13ie,.h. bGiott 5S id. end 5 Ifilfdo ,Ik: Stts.on &Aevry, 115ill,epork. 12 kheg. eceece., .1. file 18 halfdi, cycker., 6 1,1. ad ei do pork, A D Oora, 101 .bda`aro 14 O 1l"i ohiskey, P Aiellitt,,t30 I2, feure222 khe. helIJ`Tbayer4 cO, 4 hit sad 10 keg. lard. 52 hi. prme. Issrk.Y7 kegbolar 8 kegs ergs, Curtest 4 Btrtlldri '29 bl. Sar.dy Teawthpa kh, bi. locks, D.:' .isou, has nni-l. a." ItSttW.e tagar. 11.11 CrdLeahia..Ceege. 463 hbir. elýSttie~ t SeRRack, %07 de, Bticeho Wt, 0cc, 1ý40 de, W rt.Sdh. orSPk~.&4a.NoteeaToePta OVal ik a oa owo.Seda .e& 'Crenshocw lOde t Ura. 43do, J Goodin, lide, Senuc., Ferel ' o '. de. 7 t ron 4' Gooeh, 4 d.,t G He eeroa. 4 do. He U Mratial. oat, I2 hrell· ot seed. Nugent. Ticit,, & CONflIGNEES. Pss a1 p1(.ND hl..i Layton & Ce. Richtrdse,, (V,,,r w W-n'r,.l Af It IMullin,J LanIdtiseto. Yeck trotiher. W c L.~ .tally & ScCriop.e' R fOoni,,ec·co* J 3,,,,, Ok m*eE71...o,,, Latree, n Legeendr., Slean Se brether SOiC.ShIlennee Or Wright. W Setert. 3 Field Arcc. C P 8Uo Moss, C HaII oe,.J A Meerles &e, It if Wlite, 1 U 1, #Angry7ZE A BridgeIS Coiey, W I ealt. I.eck. ieFet. Pe lreaeyao, A Grant & co. DoIhht 4 cc, J Veiene oeOpdy11e &.A N Javiors. AltHide, G Dorey, J Robe ee fro Adam0e k .tw.ll, Deti aed trotn. Pollard 4. Brows, JIW 8aete. Rem It Burnside, Turner, & Wondrul N&* 0i&Dik' Rowsad. Nugrtl Turpiln& Watt, C J Markle, A *etheur eA ao R Lee.J Allature.4- o, 3 H Grolote, S °lloommR 604 Bowles, J H Field It- CO, Whitney'.. Storks, m.gati*, 1 htA. Brower It W Vao,. jr., F Hely 'eed- Be~ , 'eetide&o m, arke., Wati 4& nc. Smith i Nlearhee Celeeer 4 Ceritiiey. IV Mcleat, Shell & Broen, 'N1cri t, tseleei c, Preiot & C, (0 W Slake, Prictoed Johnse, E 4eh-. cee. G Herrison. J Beaeie. et.teork,. yde & cu; Peet -Nerth, J Theyer & eeoOe.tooif 4Shell, MEMORANIDA Shkip Uiiaappi4epek.t ship Ohio of the l. er.. * taataer'Hl S. ClI mhiaa toted doen brig iorodino from Natal.e...' C5'OFFEE-I65tags1Ih1ens ald Green Coflfer, land J lag and fer ealkby S& J YVHI'IN EY, mar I973 Camp .t R-16 brls in fiee Itipping order, t1 ike '.'1' mndieg per Bat boat., for sale by macrD 1i9 l JORSI"Y, 44 New Ler,, .V N H A EI gtpritr cu en, lend itl from brig eestoe, for eolte I., marIl1 AIOHAIIAOI Iil 3t ireeier el 4JREY" 'R1{jp prs tl io"11129, (7r·1· aeyy. t b Vt thle author of ° '$oyines aInd Doings," a:Jack Hrav, n Are &c i 2 vale. lalueter d Edition,, Olif 011 'w et, templote in one V iunta, 8 vU. Alan. No. it, ef Ng-ieulat Nickleit, jiit r-.eice, eond * wgeleby. VOVl. ' AbcKEAN, orT eerl'ai1, Oltp Lul(,atlaio FIVE IUND RED D0LLARý itEWAfl. -'4 7.LES, pocket hook containing notes of the city or Vkkaliwa to the HI I o lie city1511 gat 1oee.4oftltebggcail Eotoe oth',k, Iliid. o..etty, SSiti unt 1,4 $7t. O1ee 6 dbllr Idea efthe I'ori tir taak, reortLilli f, dollar, ,4 the Wnst Feli . riI'rsil Rutail Woodcille-.a part of tile peci.l ýial'a tiaedaflient:t It aue etneoine ther triginai of a cheek direce by tie, Nlhemc deijoi itton Bank in, faorer Iluce iBren & Co _ 54 I.J. eoellats ,Hark, New Or:eune, for $ 8,640 70. W.JP~d.td March 141h, 18:3. Aleo Ili, doilicote otf . tebLk drawn lb the Water Work,, Rlek etc lie SIcr !55SktJS7 i tlt'faor efJoitb Hacker, New cO lran. Irllo WE96-.lOP8 deRId Vickbupg tlte II2i Mcrcit, 18:11, } )0S doa, after, dale. -1lta cElhecks arcet e~indlte lCi arelihereforerof *l Oitat ltp eorecceolerthun III ctnwtie . lhetoibel hook eonleinlet eedry cliie papiers of ti vIlue to anty I-peattrkl IheeworC. Jf{ki pceij,. in ceees,;, of Ile oboecee ill restort -the tts S the eon,-ribere tIrougl lice Pert 111cc r o okeeeta1)e-,li 01t reIoliltain 4 lhciik et...ooond no qtrc 'tlion. stkcul.r Iluc be ewatord will be paid ioq tlto dsIeecotiuoofth uefkrad "aturation of In pocket bosh .with ieea gotkll elc o ac ,,cl ai'r 18 5t HORACE BERAN A (& C, *SrJiNB 6 1.2 Commonect ,, r hiBOXES-A k werticl uced in New " · rk.m.,o4bm the eatteokee generally, and a le. pIara PIrIN It ruoping room, for talc by AM VID FELel& Co, N Y iltoioerra' Hall sear I 24 Chlitrtee t j Tr IT I Ik.ltAR NOV t'. IES3-, Lp Cpge. Kyd, thoiriord oeftie aoa, ky prcfeesor r 91.THegueoot,2 vote-Tale, of lie poecionts by Jate, Stol. Gurey macrld, ik eqeaol to (ilknrt Gurney, by :bea eabccof goeeand ,4nigg-s al - EarnI ur~ipe, 2v1tI -.Car1 Weroer, "a r' to Sys Ith fltegeg.. and Pltlgcree, by. Pwj h ajteoeplo id 4 eel livoiUllatiratd, ow , dO jIt fe~. he 7.t erc s1 eoal 1 ie2 vela for.b itt. ,o4daele oii PPd :3 ~ ·S~: j ~ pabtaii ohrta, a fete . ~ ~ ~ i -bJ ~ Yt-w°31'n t..' Uc,ý i ý·: 1 '.DV *J014; ° - N,%v Oi LEFANC' SAIU·RIIAY MARCH 23, I'39.. Dosing the list days of the session of the ILegislature etera! of the whig members were asbsnt. .hXere were t th y 1. .'hre were Mressrs Dupi6, Thibldeoaux, and Crow, of the .Cisd e ? Where were Mleasrs 'Thibo denax. lreau, Morton, and Iewis of the Iloste ? Hlow can those gentle nell reconcile to their bosohl, the titought liate it coetrq senre of teltir tsra nle.the most itiaportohnt reasures, which.l , h.l t h asosrried in lrotlh iolluses, wsre ltistby tha Gt verloor''veteol One Or two vores inore would hove carried those bills by the eclnt"i tutionat majority ntwilthtt.ding tihe veio. T'hl' tof this, gentleman, ndil tell it ti your constituents, who e they ask s on what haos lteeo'm of.tlie Nashville Rlail Rood, the Barrataria and Lafotirche Canal, the~ AtchafU. lays Rlai Rood, MY. S. P.RNt.-We reIutrboe. years O. agoI when our own life haod iltyet reached its teri lisan, we once apnptro phised this beautiful reason. It wao a bright bhalnl daon', and wao s thefirest fininl snos.hine we had experi eneed.. Winter, with its bleak winds, (fir we were fur ther north than we now ore,) and ice-bound breaks, and i ol metry tleigh hells, and the skater's osng, as lie "skimhied over tleglaessy Inke; like the fleet wilnd, ha opaed away. We love to see thr g enerous hnrlth piled up wil fiel land tile family group gathered aroumd Ithe cheerfll blaze,. lBut th0en oith the departure of chill winter comer spring- Spring, %fitll itl ying fnnArs, ast iis lyonh r , bu stiin buds, Alnd its gay fields; and birds of varlad lihu, l Win ing1 their cheerful way throuh thae reen wood, Waking the silent echoes fro m'their sleep. WiXhthahe ri;h, gushing music of their solg Spring comes upoan u wit'llnts livery All bright and bea itiful. The laulhing rills Leapt from nlair craggy heights and brawl along, Till ith impetuollus rar, they onward sweep, And swell to rivers. Htrk! theirtmurtmurnow, An d",wn upon their iidtnlhe drit is borlne. nAd'chaing with their shores, the water curl And eddy on thleir curse. Ietuntiful Spr rint Sweet with the odour of thy violet beds. G'er which the " ewe' t southL'" liters ; and thle blolomi Uflnyriad orcharde, and thy vine and groves.. Swelet w.a thhe 'ragrahue of thy early rose And woodland 11 'aWes. Stprng! list the bursting buds: Sweet muanie; nit and Ilwtand whispelring.. Spring is but lntl.e of mtltir..yoll imy Iar Upon a mtionlit- nibtthll chipia ng bird Wa? lg its ltate hlenath somni loaly shade,, 'till its warm'd soul doth gush in swelllng touag, And Ilhe w ole ivodl ais ill'd ilth llelldy. WVra we in lthe valley of the Ohio, inlsttad f llth Delta il the 1iesi.sippllli,.e Ilight still shiver lovel r the grate, or long fIr the real cominglll Spring, with ithe red blossum of tihe elm, and the pale grelen of tle a SpI, and-the bright cup of Ihe tulip-tree and the cluster. flower of the backeye, land lihe peach blernm, and thle apple: bltom, iad the blooml of tlihe wild grape, and thel white blossom of the alor, and tile pear and thle Pluni aind the cherry, making woodland, lawn and lea redo lelt of sweets. But here, we rarely have wintier. The genial sun is eaer beaming. We have no means here of measuring the enjoyaent experienced on Spring's coming. There is no tranllition. We eem' to be grow in ina rconservatory where there is eternal aumner. Every thing wears il cheerful aspect, aave during somin of our dull, cohlt, dreary, drizzling, drippin:g, dark daI s -the va-ry wntatiaherr n engendering bllaue devils and co:cocting anticisai. We are not conmpelled to wail fnr the comillng of the erocus, and daffndil, and narcisss, Ind our daisy, the daudplion, spotting thie ileidoaw Dwith its bright yellow lower. We have our roses tilhe Year nnlllld, and February brings us violets as sweet as Sever exhaled perfiune. Thire is a rapture in Epailng's cominig whlih the lover of nanllrc-th delighter in liold plorls trily feels. Thlere' is a language in each Ilo r-re that sarias it1, aIndI there is a voice that goes to tIh hearI il tie carol ot'its birds. The giddy and thoughlless may have no eye for them, i:e ranr tlir them, no heart for themi, but to the teflecting and fcling, the ni)aiaud tongilel of Spring tell no idle tale. T 'r-.xas.-The Houston l'elgraph gives the fullow iag glnillg account of the present co.diltinl of this young repu blic. With a genial climate and a noil on i surpassed for fertility, with an intelligent and ent.rpais lag populatlio, anl just and lequitable laws , the mnarch sof 'l'exa is onward. It tnibrdr, Ita rna pleasure to be able to reard t.stimonialt cf her advalllellnt and ltroltperity. The followintg arlcle will gralify the reader whl has iilends in Texas, lad whosle sympathies and feelings are enlisted for the Ipromotion of her in-e A c resta: "'iTh third noar tf tar N7tiltnal Indecpo'oenlos, al thlttgh to .... o.no , ,tt . ....t ..... othiolt pro tlod it, "ll olt'ard to tho biotoriagt IutI.w to it'tt'oting dLet.oiln. 'hb Iteldiic at been ctnrstantl Itld'anding it pros portiv, brtt ir aut not ilnpreawiribh d ldcgrrn.e tOtlv on cause ios tnded to rtatrdits .trcvio or eoranit it orachry io' pe ir"totgooiot too~ndth oinaddo I mestle en Ineis. T hen lery fricbts Ith rshe had con I centraone o n ourfrontier s ve Iiducbl en esilen nlwa y It p robl.ly in hlrcatiov aekod loth crreoa f eotira.tioaT. Vito tiroct it j,,rtofrog tiltt tuoo, htowevero ta. logon lrifling, and Entifood nto fto a 'o gt ner I e, tet lgo. Thte bootie baods gage oener bhron foridotblern ttor nunhnerr. oH t hir proteats. T'l'ey ave o'et '.Oigl reptsead revrsear., nd hbave Imhooe t'osianisharn a gI disrourteue* their rortk ioohr d t.dteeus oftt hteOr on ogllr frotiero, bat Igleo or, '.iv raio' oait e inthh deer I to tatl r, bhetwoeen to e troes tao ol e i'tero atd 'gt's irn I secatittta ol the Itttlotlia, Jtstiltlte g tg Intttatt nalgo.d .-ohT'raeld rather of rity geh1 halt r lhot. s'ie --oa p'rioipolenro oto s Incno rcaopoetotao htIo ed Ity o f tmrt ito;e h tnavy ben to hro hniu aioted--t t o"arng- I etca hlmot destrtoytl--err irrovines n - to r ilettla distnoiaonoon d heo orory diotraoldgd' ond ,' henks te Iretaherv, ti:olnrtpelld to conbeod witth ftmrmign s ldot- I oesaie rncnieo. 'Tti verry foheas otn'hinlt near tad uni. 'enroatrot 0 o on r tI'rnti er hoave beetn d oie o wrn by Ioer twnl inuogent aiireno. In ti aln tiett , our tellll mer o hras beoI IotidlYr Otendin go n, a t ot ot eXPe- I risrene ren alenoetln e ihty inlerrlipion. Artio y roO Irttflnctlghgld tatdroiotltmtt tllnnst ievery section ol Itt Rrttlthlit, witb otyrcedenotd vigor. 'Tito curroeol Ig" nlttgrtlirto hit sl:ll C gtR',tntiy baeoty ng n iotrto tte.saoio olhardy nndx entr.prising hn,"lr ths waerd s nor E le. 1er 'otmtlortlootot tatoojt oinioh grpigtgorr ttin'odaar'theettagt'h totellotlrlltg, gnlld g ll·l ad tg I Stills ni Ioo indtstry. Tin. aanlillllal weatlth 1111 beelo pro )<u illan el v a +reasetl F tgr, here Itlation anod o'rtll go tal it tad. Ttt Itolinicl og'lolaf toeliicb hti i rak oglttll Itoitr liVe I Iho Sroerrllment lark+ ttut fnrniabd n rtympw l videalea of tile atabililv of our civil insrilnti lles u ld tll t. gll enie tI 'ollr io' izo . l)et ott:ltioi'gr.ltliallo Itr ritired 'ion1 teint tti, t.',titllt oo ogttgr t oew tiot tt'tllegtbtti't 30cla tge fttontg orhtleagrtt h itg oan ngtot olu ilrletnelo ntw thttei ttt os' a0l0 oto o ertot 0 dis oeredla dnlet l g o 'o d n rl ' I.gro iltunlS c ivi w r lld v i e .c I t eot'oi I'tolatton'lr ingwlltgh gtirle' grlton tIttf otolpolo te'attl;ng oilly olaeid gtt'irongo, toittrn ttlltiren on.to up Itltgtool, gohon ho oongettg(gtgtte tho tr,'ogtg ' nottitvh tttr oooll'lhtoiion n.gfgh o sono frnootr hoods oard their +a lrl~io 011 li ning 1tto dioaroroad, gtlgd itole tltttoing hadllpr bee a nit, int ldabb aiil nr "~l~rs, n~l~ o.w weai ; wile olt.ssnr hfnloitn h tohg ojootottoral rho ieanlt I lr tIoita Itle bhtr+ oo tprtltd tg ttgrggll tlloit gg a t uog - olt I'id, yt tslltrol.ottrtd angolra s tustaoinIetd u t1 tII hplltl'lr and 0 lea ) artliescuhlPc bm1 1)n furnishl in n seres ofl direorrscl II, Ibell~tinte~ilresiln g £1C llltt of ti t0lr Oldl a" \Vnrld will emnenc a~l e~. .rslC of i.ccln resinc UIhiit oig tlhogsdao rlelhtog ItpI. "lttt ,.ry [.w pliee of t d ! iissi,,,,, halrely ellollgll-(o et(ver PX(I(·llkg~l, ++ill hrlnga it ittntl,o tile tog It It;llo. not ev,r t tlntl, tt reto irt tile baenefit of thle instrueti't to tt derivedt frm nthlese eo Aluret. Mr. O lntkitnoo hatn hs t. hlained nearly tile ugi v trorr opplaose of tile P gree, o t.'h.revor hg htt 'tlourt d ofdioo h oo bhearot, iot the princiaogl (ii of tile Uniou, a olge is heid n' be a ilcaaing .peeker, anti that lla lee torch+ ore replae w~itil oeauty and i.fo'taltiou. By a Sreference to- Ilia ndrertiremenrl, Iris plrices,;. nd"he na ture of Iris tlgonrc t mq t 'o rndrelo t0 torts.Lt Otntalrt. Onh t ltt tof otist r it fd r or lo . Tho Oe-llirt oll d talr o. hll tle pdopriotor helloko too atttt blisl. tlllolno bt rtnlernod irotolablt. . d..... otn..o., hi ....... .....s It., t t A~tggs t'tolngg's.l. Oor tssttfohis psy.,ta hlis ar.ls. Vhsr~ Tlle000inra 0o5 lts iuI h I+tttt llol: p Toporit r tis.o osatishl.o tosooo oh ora loop rt ftgthr, , dl in- b w (. ,Vaher "ttntlt¢ hae lltt..TtlttttttL.t -taa ·sttohstt.ss. Cltnooghotodsm. nS u ostti . tsorhl otill tie osrsled iottllt eorusty, by 5c d litst. l. el intkrl ho' Ott. rohtr.tlo ott Oontloh ,. lttblt hS .ofnhfthgosr, oontrrof 111. Lostsisog Ctoittogt.. .tsls., 'Von 0 till sonood .byhiad th laont. sodp otesir~d soos Iroo "Mr. Choenotdthse'oggglorgetiehloslf ito Ttos Cloojgosti Pa~uTlr ssho Oath: says "Oh rimey Is noo pI*oo fts.rtatg rkars".ed It't imorty. Wtsoben rvrPon M.Tc .dtaordsota.] ltnWrssiruitsonies i i Journal of usopotrro 41 lbIsts "mpeohogv, isfrhott.' ioithatl in idrn o'oersaot to the sodoI jo ohs 'Ouobo oh' Vosttsy~nsoi, its roforiog to tenststao O'IIFtJLtOWaIIO 4sssto by thr Stlate, and srotdtoebp~sovreistrPsoeni. As isgetirtatit sIte hct4t ofuturbo nto 'asqdh for epary UotU de. ,~nod 'i.eo8v6iObeTto+l ctrr tisd";!, or ltttin t Inoiaares t - efl.- t....stro . ... .:"pl "sne ,to itqb ."sot it he'd... 4 b St ror'oiffsoords ton~ssa sIh a'Aoerd'ssipoottorttsuPh. slo·p jlrJsdka lli-pihit*1~'tao5"'I.ogmoor has tttpso 'bsk*g.pt soso "totatuti~.~, ie;I SVt Ia laturlesIltM` ttay t oh a ro"rter granted to Othe hbanj i.|le.U. .tate ealton IaIonan to loafno, hheo'tate. at ao shatest.eo t e;xeerdilg 4" per enrt lsr alhe oi nthe. nilliena of dollo.es, and it wui reasrvcd fora them a ot ,if he praeaeantudmdniiratton nl that State, to toh.lare at a hiLaer pemium. t w e Aowit|l iliditldtlta no with governttntt they often tuffer rvale piue, into mtilote with their ilet dutie, ond under ea jintias prtexta. rennocile ttle inlptliey are Srickednenc of tile lienure, to thae jransifitaiuon f tthemt oalves, and tdelusioh of othaer. Nwh it wat unltlir tht .a.poee Itlstt the o.rr banks, whemse eaitals in the pen. seeit sitllatia of rticauiea, are inaufeieut Io t nable. hentl to hnhl State atloba an ite\ttteuat,~ atid curtail thteir htoineos fatilitie, t eo. nciliatae the tovrn o. when nat cttiangettaev had naoisc to warrant t de atortur from their ordinary Iasaillean, mte e et.t.il ly a it was eill knawt bt the laua could G be. lotianded oftitn ba ok af the "U. Stare, ldtt t vtt she oat ready on this, an edl ilt aher oeeroiona, to tlihaltrge in the moast liberal moaner, i all Alil" in tiis pnrtielnrojttnetion afaif.ira whtenit Rie hnt done so touch to br.lit about a rallnmptinn ofepacie ell on file id linta Ilttally o.lled out Iar rsoures to uati Iet l lend tie great inteerFti aof the eoanit , wfhith had betu tiantally proatrated by the nlhillL tltt orftte party in power. o en t eo cr..dil tre that iftre jeerd d by th e tarty who elected ove runr Porter Ieir thrett, and tunba, that this Ittak of tile U. Stateas of rtlnorlvcnia, aholild eome orwarntlad take tlet loan, t hetiit tld not tlitini ih in the least Irte 1i liaiite tt ndaoti thoe State the atr iillitia at 4 per SieLth ouatut witlI have bean thIr heitht of tolly even itll te alte ttlt foreigtn relationa hetreen tltoa cauuiry anil Great rirain, ariaillt lut of ttli dalite ih eluption, dil iot gin L dilifermetr phnse. t all Idoatm. 'Gtle etlnlnit of the whole burineos in thtn e hrerlev tilted- 'Te Gttvrnlllltt astlm e Ulited .ald aili ndua I reint, lave ovaerreahted ttenlvet it: their erusade nttinttl balkt bltd tile ctredit aetntt, telr ittnad of ait tfora terailed Ito tanage tlte eeattrcas ofa tlte ttulttrt" li weeylcih-eRbe dn tahpiering winh it, and tryiigerv in t poteut axpetdient, Auntil.iaving g ino tnlig tilt oehtl. ycale oamntsurra, tile reaple fint they tave beet tauped hi tihe pTlroasitna- atnd tlaa oanward oarcl tetl cotll - toyertar.dd, by the arty ia tlawer. " I Mt. JnoIinsON'S HEREFIT.-LetO I t he rememblOred, tIhat Mtlr. Julhsoun, he "Old Gentleltan," of tile Camp t 'hear', takes his Il.Betnfit to-mnorrow evening. As'a. deservint actor and mrodest m.n--one wlho in his pro feasion and out of it. aludies to pleare, he deserves a bhumlper, and we trust thnt he will have it. Tl'ere ane many in thle city who) !ave seen him oil thie Tretmnt handa, ,here t Ie was a favorite--they will most as n.,redly give lim a call. We know mnone more dtlerving. tn nod New. Orleans is seldom bInekward ill ppoeriating and mrewahlding merit. " lier iniry tant That falls like snow oil Cnlrlth, no saolt antd mlate." (CrrEIaneaT eotit to i trutertiwd.- SiiehirLVetrirer. Like the continual calnges that are reflcted from at ,nr anbselntr,l etr gelinltol haIn alwayrns somnethling novel ald interesting. Se cannot be seenntoo eolften. No one anll shine wilth hier, when a Beldit is caled for. When her nalto is next tip, tihe St. Chalrleswill be crammed. It is Llwatts the case. nliss ) nAV neoRT, thie nweom nonntlifol prodigy, will exhibit her preccions drttaltic talen, at tha Sit. Iotin I Ball Rooml. Sec t dve, ticinent. IALATEST FROMJ AIAINC.. "II lilt--..+A.l~.l~+ T'llm Ilnto papers ftrunok a variaty el itetns n:on moinod illoleters IraiS1 thoir- eonranlpantdat in Maill, tie hntmonne '1o f wnhicol will Ine itond ill thie annexd slll.a..r,. pre.ar.. to our lhands in the New York Verhbal iatellaenae from Bangor gives us a rumor thnat 'r J llornev Imos snnltttn cealitnins to tnrti'y. Malrt Ilill, two tiles wihitl tile dinpnted telrnitny, otid to pluntl thtere tile Britith otantalrd. Ihe Ilnger correspoodettn'of tle Boston Atlas gives the in.itlniltiot ,ts anositine, reoeivo.i by tile rithltin en p toos 11"IIl oolton wil.h iletttiles e irnn lio n ihulon tbr lin Fniriihltl, thnt Sir Jhan olarvey hus actually takein iosnesrnian of Mlars Hill, antd is to support Ilt retithainm by 8 ntlntintisa at raguln. 'I'to ute cor Aes leent say, nr Ilill in with t in t.ole of l, old tian ltt ithe hUndry litle. h letterr fide tlinnte - rltain of G Ilol no e;onlldlS heon- i aoe , A letter trOlmt langtor Kirt ttt 11t t illoa n. says rop ail ltittso n.I~eoatn'sdiito- ha " Iavetol'str enerlad taitin a goieintmn irct ie from llouhol, whou ha had goad oprttoittity for juntgiog, who gives it nt Ills oarioad itat hecro will b b lod 8lhell, neh~vitlhlun.li ll+r all tile pl~l mrtlill 8~ ol bothl slllt,+ lad tbtt~t rile II1Vn on1 t le at nlr side of the line are decaidredl ta rso n a war. iov Horveyt it in the nlt issu tillns tratclnitntion unodvisetiy, oatd waultdglonly oeoonpe tl roth-altanl resuhl aolf it,'nd itha it was pro. dtlcd ufpon vigrenrms a lucrat p e I' tile stste ol tbings at that llnne." A tatter frnolll Miajor Kirbh, ellttntilltli g tilne U S cnrriaon nt-lhnstona .ceofirola the pinreioh innlor rat birJ Ilirvlv wa iitthntrafting tdie ti'iIh troops Irotn tile tt ltitier. tIkIe tln ltllaio at tile ieu i ttn t h laL tileoele tttilte.o a ctleatll thlrl fll~wp hlto tIboIrTOn-Look, II Ilies~ abova lThie cntoi (on. ris Iad alhosen. in mNe com t nies were to lit l itw to I'he oeu.e ms iton rAindnv. T'ile trtoq tt Ilutoltn are ii fite diii .niine, tncu I t]rlv tile regrxter tld hloo ifle Conll,athtttr sltd tile iotignr \'ohutltaer' atad Altillerv. They pnactice tat ge firing four hours a doo, nniil'how trentl akill. Mr. taotlord piaosei d thlotlh Itatlltngor on tle 9tli fromn anhintoa, ,rcevllh dslenler. frm So ir Jlohnl Ilarrv.- lite itkhe til'nthaor blv ofl thie htrispeit of i.w r re 'lto Atlas naoe tie Oxforl and o anmcrland ii.siionsn nlere at Atlolnleonl the 10t11, their otrders tt illtrtel to tile otntier, tining treen eoulera,, anlded. Tile ntoieage P t;ov, I;niilit-hl is ,hi;: ].eglsnltlre, wo uhln,, t ln st- i me nent on tie ItIt. Gall. sott wmas tlillnt Altgrtn, t.ttleve flr }|itallltot l on 'TnIeOdo-. ie epeocts to hot e at n noriler tion ital Sir Jntn tlltrvmev. A Biegton correspoatent of toe iaIt tttt ai 'Tt leer, relitove to tile ntizreat" o larsi tt hlI, twithin Minoe, 'y lithlrtult, into If thia poletis carried into ixtcttittn th.-.r till Ito a leler Iralsli or- tal illwn-noi , no teitieitijaittied itt Ihe lat hlat tLif Conagrenn and klttlte ttuttth now rtltinla tha a coll noill w obe illde lol nIIU ledelul ndoa cuti v fur te alidl pro~eydta ila Ib1Itanlue. Ihe oall roae leaiditlg itlo hte )itinlield 'erritonr fniao the Iaritish side Iteing slotpied at hanIltho ends Ia Ih' optapsing hloetile ibltfi't, Iht' ingressa Ihy ,itlier patty iitil thle elnlv'; renlltnir- [I thit way is eutireiv plrevented; nutd ohrle time Arotionok thlver Lrnnks up, hitorenwill iesltn no aetling igthtol th ltic tinett ur lv tatiutdi tarcll into Ile valley oFlt ht titerT. pIIIoel over t ne Jine nr evitlhll III fonr tft at iavnnio:t trtttl tIt lntaieinanalthioaios t a-iti ty 'ot ithth tn,n-', ialtgreooaa jeta f Ihtt'ir oIiepietg iiteireoldiErs ai .ta o"tftilaitry 'lteiaratin The naililin o thte Protitten lve nli t beeni iatl'ttd o11i nor doen at elar tt be tile ilite t,o of ilotegeloni-tttnt tt saill theit into seree. t)terns htave heni received an ilnugon fr r antptily if preo-inas too '0o(h itetn f.tr three itiunlths. 'I'lTe Ii'tas lpoit lf I"rovioiona loores a lucrative butshiesos for the Ipottnt'hne, if oIue.--TlI naoston Cotretr's Conres poIt ioti!, tlltelo date of Iloutlon 'Aintericni ilead Qtltr teos, airsh 8, says: I'l tti lth ti r teltti fromn Cuttditi, for sevoral days atne eitcll at hod wna-kh. A renpctnhlit ecntletttttt Ironlu\iootldtutk, tatesl olhat oeraciatl illuston frem Oee. Ihtrtei ptaood up thtrounlt tltat t glwn g f oelte asth wittt otlrn fur tiht truolte Itt renatove floe Mlnda nnslo, Ihal being a lart of ttilt tla.upeiltltiritry.- lThere is no doubt thtoat tian'. Ilnraey in rinerelev deals roua enl peas tt atin thtie ii i rillitng ta conotlly to th e letter withl the arr~anemento (.l RMr. I~lox. \V e h torotilug neit iro ttt ti e S iopt ti terrltaoy--othy arage Itnillln fao hhei itilnit iut lpeVtll-l toln t nt- titofone inhtler atI bi \t.attI ihtt dtnwn bv pit derers, and are altid tIt he in excetlen spilita. Iatrm~.t t.'lll IIPlTmr, StatrdV It-(tatllntig Marcll : (outlleta tn |litt ti-olnt 1' n a'leoatio,alkh O ellrelll tite o tr tinrpo t. IIti e htitot hlt!, thint the iir itth ore c cuntrat ll a ateotug itree iltiatit the St. Jitliti ,.onrh Girond hlh+. Ani ' tit letti Ity olutoe jo ontr'nnJiterlt diction eatrttl of St. Johnit, wonnIt t nd'ilutta'lly lie r00 aistnd ItY ttue lUialsh , oith tom. r'ithey ltate ntt or uonal flitted tili all kittal if a1 ur.itoons of wan on thle 'I'elausclteni Lake. 'hIm grotlesl puntie nil aurtt xinle in Newa hIruns aick,ltlth from fe'r tof invasint by atr trottpn atd tht diaaslrons conoet(teneou that tiust follow "itan ile s tltatloteas. Alttost ttie entire cp ltal of the provhitne woo ittvested itt thtse plunderittg ilerontitnt. 'lIe civn toriee nnder Jarain are tdiihbnttded, otdy a finn ore i'etitride tocontletea antd protect the bnoo taeluo lto Alntouitook, The folliwitig is frotti an extr if Ite iBangor Farto er, datied Saturday t veyiug, 7 o'cloclk. Front the C'ntp--A gnotlriontt whlo loft Ite cntiip on Pteoday reo nain rllat all watir atiilotttl tLtU It U t;n gd prtilli--t-o inn noonrestmom wrlcartrd, ald a aubotan fanl htrtereut.td, whlicl wul tl ilhutland atdlly ttck of Itn Ontnil-t-titt iitiahIIelitrti'n lhutta tim hoean ro sed o itt-a grttlltt, asn it was ill ithlrwiter --tontl titty tiayici ;nb--lhalts htdidnot toelt lItlly thillo ltttt fiti rIto Marin Ilili--iii'.ltn-lnv nm(antoelg to -110 11r te00 1, v.on withlit itltir Ittla IOn tthe Cnanta-tat.itho dty beLre mIt lnl, thtey destroyed lour o- five cntyr, and t0 k nub tons tay. lilt houolel.e tal, hO banreis pork, and their otn* sils, all molw: th were thkeit itt oar camlp. 1 tee toltk abouo 71),000 Iihorda-, which nere very aonareni.et in cOllamrnelillg their cllltlms. ..,lie fultoting putal,ted trrengemoenl hro-t lthe lIneton 'itttler, appennt to bejudieitusa: "1 hre rigt otfwny oetal tle utller pnrt of rle disp n ted territory is ahatolulely esaetlittl ha-alnint hrilain to tlol o her to keep upiher colnmtlleiea im tween the Prmviacet oet l.oter Conadn and N.ew Brimnswinkhlo. rinig thetrd'j 'the yte r whee the lt lt, uetce is oo -;l hinv ice. lTrhe ritht of way woald lie cotneded hly AuinR to G;reat Britain, I have no dtulit, fir tie rigiltaf tavigaiting toe St Johltt riter--btt htetll of tltsn rigmits Iwouldl nieessarily be litable to itlletrultinit ity a wtr be' - twen tite two countries. There isn a ittd ttarrow Sttiip of land ilelosod by tle loundnry of laiiue aetd New Itrunswimk on tIhe-nanr shlae, and the St Jtlt i antti - el rivner nnliliirl hllnt lie nhaol hl ofgre t vtt1tt tn Maine, with tl, rieght ttf nnvoigtinlg tlt St John's, and it i- evidald Io ine Itht a ptmpOnitin tiOn Ite part of Itr toojeorv't itlrtiitit s Itmulteha.-gnth~ae for the pnrtlot of Ite diri'uped territory mest neeaolnty Inl Eiiglandl,wold Ite favtra ly met ty the autlhtities of Molae and the Stlaer. t' It in reported in thlin cilit, that Mro Fan, British iiinilreerI hs receied alnItter Irlmn Sir John HIartrein wlideh Ie utaaes that he a-ill withtratw ti- tratip. ogon. nthy ittthe prilnott. .' Tlhis in.credlmed.--fdanfamnoe Amer. Recorders' Courl, SECOND MUNICIPALIY. Reports of Day Police and Night Watch, tMarch 21,1839. Idgewonrh olin Cash wtlo fotund by Ithe watcheman ly. Sin drukeiil the see't, levt eight atd hyltim eon dotted as well as Ie couid be to the (iuard Houte, whoere he bmaioedi in durance vile untill lthe hernri ing t the preservli, ofl i amdo n teana, hot tO le' great annoyence of the neighbourhood I' l .le id., r l oisv .v• Edgev.rlit, mil trimn Mobllhwile here rd -hng enotugh t0tie ieli fovrorbe |tiltern of rtC.roonot 4de ;toAitie-oierofurt.ct repeebte iiseoe;-ut .hLe 'ee.uiteihar Centdidd ~mluablFaIeltle o, rt)a( i,*i * .. rdjrd tt t in.et l :.emie.'-am 'l o the . . . . ._ ; t d . . . . . Edgwohbrt hp ttaon i hIn te Recre abou il. )Oh inetatfrtrbeidg fuund] where he hdu no bnWi waes and gCi* t l Afalade rame, wrs then 'c | u led tio call upo, nhfriends; a·nd hvin been onuod ' ioon del iqlent agaih vas laold 1 the Ro-order tha he.must not expect a continuance of his for, . learance. Edgeworth promised hie'wird and honor, that it would oeoerocor angain and wn ldischarged upon paving kie lodging for the night.' Cunstantine t t'mnnel, arfreted by Bnrke, drunk and S'"disatrbing the peace-discharged SJames Frasier, WVm H Robinson, arrested found sleep ine on the steps of the house leading to the Sun office they being vouched for, discharged. . The berefit of advertising in newoapuero in fully il lustrated by tihe proprietor ofthe Getlieke'e Matctlese Sanoative. During the year 1838, he iaid for adverti .ering in the neWnpapern of'the United Staten, ninety II thousand dollarc !! After paying this immense sum, payinghie numnerou agente, nd the r exano or the in Scradiemns, the manufaMture of the article. he' hs InMe ur keted 'a handsome ouml from the sale of the Snuttive. W \Veen tr-o all whti advertise, advertise-the printer will thh aulittle, and the advertiser a great deal.-Utiea observer. MR. EDITOR Sir-An trror ws en omlritted in tmhe proeedings of the Whig membhers of the Legiolstnre, held on the 19th intt-the meeting resolved that thirteen delegattes should be opprinted, (instead o, ten an rported,) and ite nome of Mr. J. S. Anret was neegidently omitted as one of tile .elegntes. Respeetfullv, 8. It. PATrTEN, 're S ALBERT. IOA, eery. The followitg gentlemen are protented for Aldermen in Secortd Mooicipnlitv. lo1st Wrt--J. H. Caldwel, Smeneer Gloyd, Jos. P. Frerelt, ml Rodgers. 2d Wtlrd--Snm'l. J. Petere, E. Yorke and H Lock 3d Ward-B. Whitney, J. Halland F. W. Sewell. CITIZENS. Mir. Editor--'l'el lollowing l'ihket fur Aldermen of the First Ward of the Second Municipality, at the en tuing Election, ill he strongly nupported:- JAMF.S H. CALI)WEI.L, J. 1. MNFARIANF., J P. FRERET, JOHIN NIXON. ERRATUMI. In the report of the proeedings of the House of Rtpresen tat!ves, publilhed in yeterday's paspr, several typographical errors ocourred..the lsat important is in Dr. Brashear'a speech. Insteadof"the state's own llefre," red "the state's own refers." ST. CHARLES THEATRE. Celeste's Benefit. And Positively her Last Appearance bht Four! Celeste respectfully informt her fiends that h r Benefit and Last Appearnice but Four; this season,is fixed foar MONDAY EVENING, MAlICH 95, 1839, On which occasion, will he presented the following EXTRmnORDINAR VARIEtY! NOVEI.TY! & ATTRACTION! The perftrttaancsn Iin comtamence with (tirat time here) Milner's Grand Legendary Drama, interspersed with Dances, Music,Cnnmbats, Pageantry. with New and extensive Scenery, Dramo , De corations, &c , called THE MOORIlSH PAGE! On, Tue DAYs or CHIVALRY, In which, Celeste will perform a SPEAKING CHARACTER! In the course of th, evening,tlhe beautiful MOORIISH DANCE-" THE ALHAMBRA!" By Mademoiselle Celeste. After the Dramu, (frir- titme here, b.desire of large porties) the celebratel Spanish Dance-" I.A CACIllCHA!!" By Mltdehmoiselle Celeste. Performed by her in London, Paris, Brussels, Dublin, honigsberg, Now Ybrk, Philadelphia, and Boston, with sigtnl success. In the course of the evening, the popular Gr+eek Dance-"THE ROMIAIKA!!" By Mademoiselle Celeste. The whole to conolue with (in consegta nc o ofits bril linnt receptiotn on Thttpday and Frldas) tlhe (rand Nautical itol naratltie Itomuace, In 3 acts and Twelve Tablraux, entitled THE WIZZARD SKIFF, On, THE PIRATs OF THE IPLEL. With extensive Scenery, Mlachinery, Dresses, &e. Alex, na Greek Girl, ) Agaten, a (Gipsy Iov, CELESTE. Alexis, Pirlatte B.v, Performed by her moren than Five lHundred Nights iu Europe and America. 1E.1 or f/ll particulars of the above, see Nmall Bills. A CARD. CAMP-STREET THEATRE. ILLIAM F. JOtFNSON'S First BENEFITI i n New Orlrans.--ltlr. Jon, o has the hie r to

lltoaneon to hie iiendt nlod tile public ;h.et on .to.aT 1 En.etna, Ma"rth 2,t1h, hea first Iltnef iu itis aitt will take place at'the Camp Street 'hentre, whell ill Ie I presented the Comenrdy of SIEID IlE PL.lOUGIt. Aftetr which, fer the first time, the t "ot'detta of DOE' YOUR MliT'lilElt KNOW YOU'IRE OUT I And the new Irarto of TO l NODD)Y'S SECIREKT. (70 Box IBook tacr Open. FtOR NEW YORK. New York and N6ew Orleans Line. + The elegant new packet ship TARO LINTA, Calt Smith, will begin taking in her cargo on Monldai , and have immediate tie nacthou. For freight or passage, apply on board, oppo site the Vegetable market, or to roar 28 PETER LAIIDLAW, 66 Canmp at 'The new and very fast sailing brig HIS. T(OIliAN, Capt 'inkr, canR take threbulk of '-- 500brrels, Ihaving the greater part of her carrgool bonrtl. For terms, or passage, napply to ur L t3 I, GAIlE, i93 Commatr., FOIL NEW YORK. A 'Trhe new ntd superior brig CAUCASI. ON, Coptait Voae, will receive immeredliate disapatch. Forpaseage oatly, Ilnavig handsome a occttodatitte, apply to I. H tALE, mar 02 " 93 Common st -j T-l'e Ptcket Shipt PANTRKtfA from i New-Y rk, is now rdischalrrging her cargo, opposite Urlelino street. Cuosrigree will please attend to the receipt of tleir goods. A. COHEN, Agent, nr23 91. Comolno treet. FIREMEN'S INSUIRANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS. A GENERAl. Meeting of the tcrklholdrl s of this Instituior , , ill be ield ott Sc.uday, tile :,1st nest. at o'cloctk, at the Offi ofe tire Company 21 Camp at. when will be laid before tlemn a Srtatrrter.t of tihe Allitirr eof aid Corporation, in paratur lea, of tie Irqrisition ol the Charter, Seotion 8. mtr23 E. L. 'ITRAC'', Secretary. BUREAU hE LA COMIP.AGNIE 1)'INSU1 RANCE DES POMPIERS, I)o La Nouvelle Oridean. UNE As aml'e gnldrole des Souscripteu-ns de ettle Institution, aura lien Senaed 31 Mars, i oinq Ieuro, au bureau de in Compagnie, aa rue dr Camp No. 21 Qtand il y sre rcndt cantl des afftiires de colts Ihntaitution salon la requisition de Is Crhartes-e. 8. m23 E. L. TRACY, Seerdtaire FIiErEN ILNSUI RANC E CF IPUA ANY OF NEW ORI.EANS. T IE Stockholderr are Iereby noaified, that an El.c tior frr Thirteen Directore, to aerve for rthe ening year, will be held on Monday, tire first day of April, be tweent the hours of ten and two o'cl eekat the Office ol the Company, 21 Camp street. Il r urdrr of the doaro. nrtr'3 C. L. TRACY, Secretnry. RANCE DES POMPIERS. De In Noatvelle Orlare, A VIS EST DONNE eun Souserip aurn quo l 'election do t reize Direeteurs, pour l'etl6e suivante, aura lieu Lundi In premier Acril, estlre dix at doux hearea, anu bureau de It Coespagnio, Is rue du Camnp No. 21. Par ordre doe Dirrcleure. er23 E, L. T'RACY, Secr6talire,. .. AY. 3AL. ' OF ,itW UOMLEANa. rlIjIE price on Irah flour to-day is $6 75 perbarrel Sacurding to the arilf; the baters sheall give dr. iug the asuing week (frnm Mondny ..5th i.rt.) 40 oan ces of bread for a rit. Bread of the second qualityil relquired to weigh 25 per cant. tmore, via: 50 ounresa. mnar23 C GENOIS,Mayor. P ROPOSALS will Ie received bIy tireubleriber for S the Itriek and Carpaenter nork, oaf worklshop anl earluse to be erected at Carrolton. unil 12 o'clock on Ith l9th Mlar.h, at tir. ofl c of tre N O & C Rail load, Poydran street, where plans and sperificair s, can be saea every day from II o'clok. until I o'clock p mn. JOHN HAItiMPSON, lar 23 Chief Eng. NO & C It R. No 153 (;lrrler et,ln having 4 rooms, 2 cal, sinets and a gallery, pith kiteren, wash roomn and eervants rorre, corplete, a gond rerd pe ilth brick, Iavlng il it 2 aisterns and a hyd;reant. I'ossession given on or before Itt April. "Apply on the prelidees, or a SLuOANE & Co. mar l.ouiaet ".XCHANGE ON IOS'I'roN-fur sale hý - mara23 I BBRIDGE, 134 Mlagazinset SC M E~i :S-tS btesn d qeraliry nieesm SCandles, laradiug fromr ship (Colutnbtale, for sale by - I BRIDGE 4, Ca, mar 23 1314 azine st `s U-.IER CLOTIING 9 cases. coinriin a or ie plte assonrterrnt, latding from thip Columlbana ior'ale by I BreIGE r Co mar23. 134 I atlazine sa lIp".iARaI.sO' New English )ietiouacy,rute l-a. irte in sour parts, for sale at.buleriptiu pri iy .- - W,' hciMKEAN. " a..h . earol CaimpendpdCotnemon te Intrde" Oresai.; whewi Io ?.. S t.l.ouis E.ehange Ball Room.) FirstnRight of tle celebrated liss DAVENPORT (eleven years of age) lROM the TheatreesRoyal, rury- Lane atnd Hay- Ri m " arket--tyled by the pulie press, the firs Jce- Ni nile Actrees ot the age, whosoaeaceasn in Europe was unprecedented, and who has created a great sensation in Ameren ; having ben presented on the owuiconu of lie benefit in New York by Gen Morris, in-the name of tihe gentlemen ot that. city, with a splendid watch, C, The guatdians of MisS Davenport have the honor of annnunecing, that in eonsequenee of the time whichi Miss Davenport has to spare being filled tp at the St Charle 'lheantre. and feeling themnselves bniad to de- I Scline the offer made for the Camp street theatre. and as I it in probable Miss Davenport will return to EUtrope the ensuing summer, ahey hIve taken the eplnndid.bnll room of the St Louis Exchange, and are nrranging it| aiwirh a riniare theatre for tile reception of Mins Davenport, forafle e nights only. a MR DAVENI'ORT, An Actress of celebrity from the London thetreer, and M. DAVENPORT, Late stage mge mnerlf thle New Strand theatre, will ap. of pear on this occasion-to support Mis Davenport. Id On Tuea lay Evening, Mlreh 26th,i 1839, the principal i acnneof of RtCIIAI D IlI. Richard thc, . by d Mirs Davenport (As acted by her i Loandon, EdinbLrg, (ilsegow, Dublin, New York, Boiton, Philndelplia. tlltimtere, I &c.--in leaho of itse cities site has been greeted with haenr, and in New York'alled bethore the curtain three en tligtts alter acting this character.)• Opposite characters by Mro and Mrs Dai'enposrt ITo-,mltde with a new piece, written expressly for - 1Miss Davenport, by E Lancaster, Eaq--thl SMusice by Corri--cal led the MANAGER'S DAU.GHTER. Mr Davenport, (Manager of the Thneatre Rovyal Rilt of r an ntod, by Mr Davenport "- (Writtel and intended for them,) In-itts piece MISS DAVENPORIIT will sustain si, c eharacters hsides lier own ! Sing three sontg,atld danee ilheI Higllandi Fling. Doors ope at 7 o'clock-performunce to commence at'hall past seven. Box elan will be opened on Monday, at II o'clock, where boxea can be taken. - AdmiCtanee-Oiael Dollar. iar 23 lOIIR-4504 4la stuperfinetntdl 301ifir.e at the landina fur sale by G I)OIEY, UNNY iIAGS--40 t les yin nar. thrsales Ie nmr "23 G I)OSlIOEY, 41eNe Levey U red in store, for sale by G l)f)l.145Y, mat "3 44 New l.evee B OSTON RU.I)-CIl burare tsIlartas Rult, lauing Sfioal's hip Colulabinaa, ad for sal, by mai Ua . I' WI'I'NEY~73 Camp at N OTIC R-Thea ubserilb, rlt.vin uci ughtbatabantio'n sthe Apothecarv store owned farmerly Iby Willnn Evans-Tblapitolulis st, nppoaita the Vegatalal nu rkelet o tfhtl2d Mnitlcipa ity,, Itoves I)elord tst-begs-leave'at informt phsicianr and tile public in gieneral, that e hes put titis etabhlishmelnt utnder tie direction ft au tlble and iolaast clletent pollteeary, and thllat tille best mediciett sld chemical reparntiotr catla be fotlleot sltanltlv there, & pllysiciutsl preseriltious pt tareful. aully dlay and night. mar '281 H. IIONNABEL. OTICE--All pernaIb having claims against the Sfirm of Christie & YSinnltt or John Christie, are requested to present thie same at the ofice of It II Smith, Esq. attorney at law, No. 14, Exchange Place, without delay, mar 21 Mr TAIRE JOCKEY C INUB. A BEETING of tle Melnire Jock-y Club Rill be held at the Eachlange Hotel, am Sttlrday, B23d inst. aet7 o',ackh,p . Mmhetras,badtre will bhe resad o.at dlivrty. FE'rEIR CENAS, Sat'iy. 0 LAiS--Justl latdil.g fima Piltaltur¢, an aslruunt Saflasr , Vials, and, istt o w ltaitas, at lrhlesgle and retail,at II IiONNA I111I,, marul Car of Nttatchez and'Ilhait )ulaa. sts I.AF'E PI'tTI.lIC.A''IONS. T T HE Betnch nd the Bar, by the nalatdr nf" It. dan Raecollections of the Ilrds tand Cuonaus;" "The Great lMetlrUpliu," c i n Ivols. Neal Maloneond other 'Pales lf Ireland, aby1 II Carleton, nlahor of "Itraits and Storics oftta Irish Peasaatry," is t vola, ia.t received aInd r sale by Int'21 Wt MMcKEAN., eor Camp & Coma n tsa S'l'll ANI.ES-?45aT tk t asa $ar5tC Cdled, S aessrtaed bradse, fitr satle Iy mar 91 I IRIIDG & la 114 Mgazina st T ALcLOW CANsIh.ErS bea j be i s m7 ou10 tallow Cattadles, flasale by I P111) E & Co, mar 21 1:11 RMgazinu st S )APt--;!0 I.xelrs Nolrextra, NaaI adist iuaalanNoa lI nsoap, Irands tlf Janes (inull, Jacksuas & 'rw lridge, and J A Noron. ltor sale by nsas2l I BIt RIDt & Co, 131 Mateziue St FIHni N' tUITYN:l OFFlHA ltet N r tIII1 Stacnlklo!irs arse hertelb' aentlai l Ill t 1at t 7i I elsnlutea ol Iah tir ullcl n is de andt pavlle ol the 6.11, , Apri ll lth ()twl ice hfI e aIlilltI '1 ' llallp treet. tlr6I8 E I. J TIIF 'Y, l C'Iry. IIUtI.AU II'JtINUIL.\I'IA't I-'Ea Itlltl'l'ii,-CS, a Ata hbau'eal ti Is ellaltsgnie 21 Jill Ct 1 nlR a. I. 'ItytlY Mreretire. S'rFle esatllli.llnunat i silllttaed nletl'tile the St. ('larls theatre, alind wtl It be nut-rery dat y until night fill. Pris ctf entrant.', $1 Chitlrea tin let II years ofl age, untt etrvtels, hlaf Seasnr tickets, $ Former seltltas tiackets are still guotd. ln16 5t IFIIII,:I.IT & I, Ns(,T, NO'1141- ;rie 1 nnagura ta llt 3IralChnmce sad SArtist's Fair, still acon isa"- to receive mpeeinenI ofmechsnical art produced ill this city, fit Irelilllll, Specimens should bu I handadl ill, frti 7 tO 10 o'clock A. M. Alex. Itltiliptt A. . liallllt A. Molldelli A. I Inlses J. IDe F, rii SA. \V. AlI.Ple f P. P. lllaouvrier, Stetteaav. lll .CI.'T IIANi. New OrleslluS 15 Mlurch 1830 ¶1¶IiS Bank will lurctalleae texclaetlge (in lrClald. StLu 1- .I PlAIFILFEY, Ctshile New.Orleans, 15 )latth 183:19, TI:IIIS Intitatlton will pllrchase bills f exchaltllge m16 R J PIALF^E), S CnI lier ' hiP-ll Ioacama IsIup, in atsr four suli hy 3 atd2 CIIAIIPI.IN&. C()ORtI'K,79Juli at WV INES--500 dzl ,f s)teror oitld Sherry and Pmt Wines, bortler in dhnd in Eolnil and impoed into this country in 1836. For sale at low prices o clos the consignment by mar 19 IHOLMIES & 51ILL,,, lank Plaec. I LR()N CllE..,--J1st reeeived a thle.tl l.oisilaa IVtre Iootte,53 I.ienville slreet, 12 serior -itt gle atld dou lle r proof iron rlheas, fromn tll factory tfJ I.lrtoeno, Ntw 'ork, tor soth by fell WRAI It CARNES. Ti EVs-' \+IVl4:EI- 1toIn kid,or the W1izerd-uofthe L1 • ,enlt loutren by tihe tithor of " Th'',e .,ltl l West," " lafitte" " BUrton," \c in '2 vel jlust rc'd and fir sale by 'WM McKEAN. earr 9 tcar Catmp and Common ae st M ACKEREL, &c-15 bble No I maekerel, 42 ble 73 bls No :tdo ; 46 half bbe No 1 dti 318 kegs No I do; 158 kids No I do 62 kegs Tonguets Sounds 156 hhils Polcotse II blds Innnere' Oil, inediug rot sheip Kohl Malor ris, for sale by S & J P WIIITNEY, mar 9 73 Camnp st MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECE WnAREHOUE, I. Customhouse street, opposite the post-office. The subscribers are now receiving fromt their fee. tories in New York, and will keep constantly on hand a general assortment .f Marble Mantle Pieces efsupsrior workmanship, and of the latest patterns, made oft the best Egyptian, Italian, Irish and Amereian marble. Also, Monumentst, Tombs and Grave Stones, moulded and plain sills and lintels, marble facings, hearths and boundary stone, plaster of Paris, Roman & Hydraulie Ceomet and Plaster. ing flair, together with a splendid assortment of brass mounted and plain Grates and Russia Iron Grates of the newest and most approved patterns. Lettering done in the neatest manner and at the shortest notioe. They have first rate workmen, to set the above work. je5 lAMES KAIN & S'TROUD PARKER'S ROCKY MOUN'I'AINS, &;. J OURNAL of an Exploring Tour beyond the Rocky Mountains, under the diractiou of the A B C F M, performed in the years 1835, '6 and 73; containing a description of the geography, go. ology, climate and productious, and the numbes, manners and customs of the natives; with a Map of Oregon Territory, by Rev. Samuel Parker, A M. 'I he River and 'he Desert; or. Recollections of the Rhone and tb. lartreuse; by Miss Pardoe, author of the City of .." Sc tan; &o. in vole. Tihe Robber, a 'Ile, ,I; the author of Richelieu, The Gypsy, Attil6a in 2a: lThe Two Flirts; or Ad.lura in a ountry House, and other Tales, by Lady Blesington, E L BIiwer, Mrs Norton, Barry Cornwall, Mrs Gore, Captain Medwin, andl others; in 2 vols. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickle , edited by Bon, with Illustrations by Phis, No. 1 Just received and for sale by BENJ E SUBnCIt beeu eci , J pei r ip SAubtrnfrtmn New York, tit, folltiong acticles which he ofTen for sale: 50 boxes N B spann eandles. 0 canes I,icklese, sanrted 4do Tomato catsup lO. whole and half.boxes no I somp 125 boxes i perial and gunpowder' tea 5 bags ofblhck pellpper - 10btxespaten, meouldcandle 20 boxes eno Poland rttrch in Papers 4 groes pulesbl cking s .gr ound itopper in.pd end hf pd paiyrs . tlouucud erg ir " - - " 6rkiC gnmbah butter. '.le'daee Losdoli Mustard S7.30 boeesngushe ebeieo. W"'5 Iesp t'-appldcI--And- in store a.t gg· -isr Stils - .I.O. RIKiPIE, i7i."Cnobomtcoue. Eainp &f TI'.hea tre. TiHIS IVENINDi, MARCH 23,1736, Will beprtehnqeI the dretnd 9I NICK OFl THE WODS. RaphStot~kpIoe, ttfr Portrr Nathas 5Slaghter, rdrk ~~Edith,' Mre Gren. f' posiclnds a ith the bnrleuque of f GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT. -" ..Caietin Gulliver, " Mr Perta f Lord Flmnptp, Mta ,teveor h -- ady Ftuenap, " MiabL'utol I METARTE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. IHE Spring Meeting, for 1839, over the Metar Coalrse, wiltcommolce tihe last Tuesday, 28 Mctc; nln contiue saix days. Firet day, swoepstakes for 3 vear old', 'two emileheut : eatraace $1000; for feilt; $250, tiitne sbcribers : 1. Mleotmfert Wels dnames chll f teasewiig, by Levi athan. 2. ftC1 Ferrar. 3. D Stopheneon, G C Dublin, by l.eviathan damby Jerirv. 4.'1 A lavine. 5. Minor Keneorg e Gre.ydoc, be Medno, dtamt ay. Funav, by Brtrand. . 6. ira Slnitl Maria Duke, by -Medoe; dam Cterry Elliott, tby Suihptertt. E7. J S'Gurriuon, b a Altorf, by Fylde, datm by Vir i8. Wm R learrow, ich f Pjayule, tI Medoc.. 9. Jamnes Shy, c f Curculio, by Mledoc, data by Sumiptr. S'Eaon day, m. matth bbetgea mhinotedmoototing Ihorase tird.aid onfidenoce, twonmile Ite ita in urensa for $6100n. Seeond IDay-Jockey Club Puirse, $800, two mile heats. Sanme Day-Sweepslpken for gentleman riders, two mile Ihets, entrance $50, the proprietur. to add a dilver cup df t alt vnhle of $310 Third Day,--Jockey Club purse $1200, three mile Foilrtlh I)y-Jockey Club; purse $?t)10, four mile ifth Dayv-Jo.bkey Club pnrse .$li60, uile meats, beat U 3i 5. Same day-Sweep'tokes for 2 yedrs old, nilr heats, entrance $500, forfeit $150, seve t stlelibtert : Muantfttrt Wells, WV.J Minor, lA I. Ittanitn, Minor Kenner,, et C C S Farrur, WV It Barrow Jaiunea Shy. an Sixth Day-.Proprietrr's 1trse, $1000, three mile a o ,,e I)a-A match betweeen the eolbrlted trot to g httrus Poo mpel and IRolla, heat 3 in 5, in harness Sfire $110l). P'. CINAS, ,t mr R Se.retary. 11- t) I Alt lTIS ANIi VANCY PAIN'I'EK. iI UST. receired by the latent a;rioalo from Havre, a J splendid collectlon of Artist's BIrushes, paints. pal etra; palet knives, cravens and pstets ; water colors and water colors prepare.d with honey and varnish for do: Sstumps of everyv description, splendid mahogany anti l walnut easelsa,fotr poritrait inters; ponstel rayon nof every color, pencils of every size ; varnlsh brashes, flat nd1 round, very large size canvass, already prepared India illk, tuprftne ;lare boxest, fuhlv meuttuld witl Scolorns, hrbetls elegantly fitted tnp, &e &c. Splendid Alhumln, sulperbly bound and gill; colours, oly every deceritiottn, by cake; sigtanltl iornamental. .y llsalid p.ncits; and t grlat uonititey of articles of taste whlich tire too Iumerous to detail. The 4lriucipoll of Aradl-nmios,'m'encbers of Drawing atIntd I'nllr lg, ,ill do well to call tIhiu shore of1 the le aubeiber whic1 will at.coolntledt tile inatleoar and artiests t'Ivtr lly. Ml NIi I .I,. to No 58 Camp street )Dealer in I'nint, Oil, Vrnishes nod Fanty Articles ln fer ptitl.'re, wheolnotl l tle Id etnil. mtecr 7 Ino -l ICI ai'e; - . A large. %%'are House, 311 fetl by 61 and lot I u; int Girod street, ont e lot frt , tl tr t. Apply ni 7 t jC to IIOYIE o. MAIt , .N.:Icottttd wttrt JOHN V. CHILDS, ' ENG;IRAVIER ANr) ,OPPI'EI-IPLATE IRINTERI, No. 3, Catmp St. W.1I.I. engrave and print to order, bank votes. ills 0 • ofexchangle, hilly of Ilding, fliplolnns, uerranll tile and vi.i:ine rald. untnri , consulall r .ll nd co,;ntilg houseo .u'lo, door plh silve:'. lr wnir, 4r.- lwnyson A hand, in Uasortmtent of silver plated and brnas door I' S 'ards printed from plates alread.ly e'ogruved. n" " NEW ORI LEIANS AND IN IIl.I.E II II, ROAD I NEIW AlR1N(i,11 ENT. illl; Ilocommlive will leave the Depot at the fot of l.('un l M treetverv dl y at 8 A. I. anl ,lel urn at .4 Dfportt Reurn Itph , ll. tlN.mric. n Iro' ..And IB.,ank 1.b f. I Ililliamsaonl, PI.I.F On?* l r d1rnr *nme· hlk, o th e JIPt. Al' Cno fr la I n o Fti,+, ranvid thr. honuomn er ullioitnt, r ,.ill e s oal d w the road .I, tS me ofih Nl A.h 1. ! ,IS II tv I.f)lEI.f., Irbo'o iduors., 1. of los.It .lo r& (. or for nii n dnforafl ltifh y - E1t1he IInk of the SIla of :trkin. ini ,on iofthj -1. prion, ew York, for tIe ,otl of ogr b.do. t-rd . ,o on durn Wih April, & ow p]yanle t he order of Th. S. 5 ilia, Prby r d k, IN. 0A.T. & . , r i i d Pi l ls)o to n9nmdl i Ile anoil i o er n13 tnlllnlmnt cansh, The esh atid ,in hundred dollaris wdt be, paidi ireli I IIIII. Lee & o. o I Ir 134 lli ioo eion ipers, &c. mar 5 ' ( 111 1. il1.i- II20 of Stltrr'r cor-liined, 'orn. shel I IS otlgr..,dIro oioft l.' frIf pY- oii to., i.. 4 l e and r a lle Iy y thl gross o IPI n, r in-C R nfr 9 491 .oni at J1 I L O-- t.s bh)lr sloprrfinr, ld ,nd00 do e fo, s in Sm- illd sperml (itdrr, fr ,roalr Iv mr 9 'I 11) .: ,. 1 M.agazine st -I T ears, :I e vgardios brol, andlgs. Frenoc sh d arollln i, i r oille I N o femi tl I Ii I)( F & 'Co, 131 Mngazineiao l I . ok. 41 lso seppln of l.nk obineood, owriting n I r and grinders suilltable I r plantal on h.end 1in store. for sale hgdy CIIAMPLIN &AEX COAK mllar 17 & 9 C.Iliap st UI. [i t-"25011 hbl8 snperfine, and ,00 do flee, ia I fine shipping order, foor sale by l mr h IIo OAL,. &" IIB aWNE, ed place 96 M n ird Comtmo imna rgoons. to wlom hrt is attell known, ncland who will erican p atoot Fi as will Sfell.', IIllIE 'I II &Co , 134 Magazie o t - TO COUNTRY MIERCHAN 1'S.- ... .. .I. Ihnsll. Also n snpply lo Bhank hooks, writing antd letter Paper, Qolills, ink, &c onunfllo y} oln hand and for hsale o good forms, by Aen EX T o WAR, mar I' 49 Camnp st D FIV. DOl;ll l.--'he4RS R gneARd,I.teCoptain of CuraBiEDirse tio t t. a we k sind tIl e negroi Services, front which Ie. retired seono orre ag. ttgo set tl in th cabountf, intentds to estlbliso in thls place ar harbling saidol, ver while, he his locunredst pell sio e led place, il C'iroll street, netoeen Conal pnd Com mon streets ie will Rive Y l- e r every a ery from 7 t11, A. M. o ath frabovn wlt P. 11. lis teri u will be $2sl pet intthl for lesons of every dao-$10 plar loonh for eroono 3 time nt week onhy. o i e refers frfor it ria cities and character to Cofition E. Jooos, of the Loni. iana Dragoona . to whom it is weltrl .known, and who wil render soli nll le.o nt of him is will boe enofa.e ltfritmtion o sfr gnt ler , o wold he wil ing to b.oinela i Iopll,1.i A Slubncrition list. is leol at i Copt. John's Sfore, wl,:rc geodnltnen twill ilaennn to call. n22 T2 '`iCl. WRE1.It iE. FIVE DOILLRS REWARD. ABsiENTrED hitsmel ntoutn week since, tile negro hon by George, aou 19 oar 20 years of nge, slim but, lseks Egliolt nd French; also Ihe Ngro wo anI.,all, sbut 4f or 45 yero tn age, pefks or.nglihn ad Freelt-no m',rks recollented, bht ote is vety in pndent when spoken to. The above reward will be Inil for lodging eilher of them in jail, by npplioation at An IlL' Julia ts. Captins of vessls and olthers arn cautioned ngainst harboring said shlves uoder the toterf. penaltieoof tlhe lnYI --nilAS GS-2o,tll Gunnmy Blgs, 221.2 mid G bibthoel sizes, in belo and bundles, for sale by mortei 1 111)fI I:I & hCo, 131 Magazine ont 'I'l)NAit{.-Jo reoeived o very ovalumde nupplt of the abovm work, it. 5'toeI binding and in cloth IIf23 ALE.X. IPOWAR, 49 Coimlrp oft. 1 GOT roeTreee-led 0-T,,mTor+r'e lookttor, 4 C`o,,1.nor , aJ a suFPly of the lollowing book.:-ERtsell'.o o dern Eurolpe; Ilannanh Ploorro Worso; Crallme's E.g. lis Synonymes; btr ladin'l Aontomy; Cotnbe'hto Phir nolog;-Mloutgotoery'A I.entire- 1lntveo'o raoorels in Egyprt4Arsbie, letren and thte ly ,ond, Greeoe, 'o'r. key, Ro-ioiaond Polatfo; Keith no the Propt.eies; IJto valid's Oracle; Lady of l.yons; ..lmgogandi; West ward Ilt; Toto Jones; Gil Blas, ThIt Yoong Duke: Anaaotoiuot o e Vera; Diory o1 a Ahhvic a ; 9erehlant's' (4Inrk; woith altof Jantlea very populor noevlo bby the st or eingle work. " '1 boooedioovby Slrsi Malthw.s, in 2 vole. A Bofk of the ltaosiot., by G. P. R Jtmeo; illusm trated tilt sixteno sptlendid engravintgea to I rol l on. Jlstyeceivoed ad for sale by WAI! MOKEAN tmar .. et.r Camp astd Cnmamm sin LO(IUR--fIAII bhrrese, ia fine shipping order, at tIbe Slaudtling, perFlute, for oale by . G. IORSET',. o ) , " ' d 44 New Lever. 'UT I 9-L -.2tcae- a Moalua-od.Ginghoi-o Ui-. " l trelht'thpersifttng ooeopnile:e-)no.sniamulI~toding 'fruotllri¢'.kl .r, foasale l, 11OAAt BltrDhi41. I-Co, ". rd .+.l a st i d foar ns otibj.. * G: S t )o oEo Y - t' te ' . .4 Ne} j.evna -;st. .2ku'r*,s theaftea *ia ll be pvtunwdtil t i' Rly pipujar detnma of the. CHILD o 4THEwRECg: ' Maurjc#, ktae" MrSoitma;n, ;i i I nthe cuaiusef ihe Colette will give her eaqititite d1piinklece d=.,ý1'9 1 b *and Shipwreck '1o newElude with the Nietnttditl iJA III~tk 1DW'º ý. nitha FRENCH $Pt. Marshal lBnurtnoni, Coyte! Cnuecy. : * * *pl Hnthitata teMit, Henri St'Alme, dL K HIrnmut Carwanly, .,ý . .* OGwoiD-30 .tnh CamprneihY, tofiod, Iad. . lag frounrbrigAnin, farsaln cy b S.mar 8 .. " S & J P WHITN IV, 3 COhmp a DISWIiLUTIUN CU'-COPARTftkHIiIT-Th6 Co (. partnership heretofore uxilstln e ctwe lta. nubserihers, in the etyirof Frpncls P VoF it Co i. disulverd by mutdal cenient. F E Voteulote' will li qqidate the affairs of the lae eoncern. FRANCIS I UBE," ' mar 9 W P BERRY. WAANT'ED From 500 to 1000 Stare, Stork is Citea Ba.nk. T HOSNE wishing to. rlIl, will do well Ito. call and -j leave their names and amount oftoekti at the ,om of English & Silveater, opposite the Arede: Coanitr . stock alone isadesired. S E CAMP. inar 9 "' WASUIG iTON; ALD Rool Dres. & kiasiquerade Boll St. Philip street, between Royal & Bourbon. VlI E'Mansaer of lh above nlathod Ball Rootgrate f- d to hsi friesnds nd tihe public for the unptnl Ielled ontronage beatowed on himto irseerl seasons. remapeetfilly informs Itanm that tIto estnblirhtentb'hen been enltrged for the amuement r.s viasitra, end .n dergone inltterse .reiairs. Tlhe bar will be erl.uemd by tlons in qaality Of liquors, and-te Restniat u lli he kept.by the ablest IRetauruteur in. tite uialtto States. TIne room will re.open on ISaturdavy In:ni.3rd of Novemhber next, b a " GRAND DRESS & IIMASQUEIAD)E BAL. snd will fake nlace 'as t al every Monday, Wedan dry and etrlrjay ovenin. dutilti the seaonwhicLLh will and on the Itt of Mayt 139.. • N. t. T'Ie greantet attetntion will be paid 'to k.tep. ing perfect.order throughout the eanthjishengt, as wal one last seasntn. oct 21 EXCHIANGI RRADING ROON. PI.HE roprietorl has re.fltted hi Rendling Rom, in Stho St.. Chairles zcratnge, Corner, ofl Oraier and St. Charle st eetltta the hdateet manner. " Iesidee aill thie nrinctypll-apers of the United Sleted; of every city and state. Ihe Conndan,'Texas and Meal co and Ileavcna, ioe roal ie'regularry and eixteneine Iv supplied with the latostellurpeoan .papers, LoydIn lintt, and IPljcn't Price Cirirent. Also with nearly all the Iteerary Perildolpls ofr the day, anotd ho Ihere oublicationas oi the. .London, Edinburg, Weittninteor Melropolitan le~tiews and lllaekwoods Mgagnine. The North Americin Revie*; the Southern Literarv.Kniek bockeoi'I'heAmrtien Journal af Sciences and Arts, d Cabinet Misellany Democratic Riview, Gentleren' Sa gazine, Aiptirn tonthlyrl, Bentlv's Miseelleny, the Mtexico Chirutgiclat Review, nnd a variety -.f tthes. ,f All.tthee worksrerergularly suolerioed 'r and rec.i red. IThe room is also seuplied with .trge vatiey d fmmps and etlaee, Nilei Rlrgiatle, Levy's Price Cor Srent frtnt ito cmtlnencelnettt Gelzteero, ald a vartiet of works of reference. the most active & intltligrntl newseolla.trtnreeitm lloved, to give the erlient arrivals, and no pni. .one ofense Will he spared to render this Rending RoOm the irst the United States. S ubeeriptions are respectfully received. octll--it --CARDS [iP PRINTED at the shortest Notice, in the most Soelegarnt manner, in Hlack or Colored lass, on Enamel led, White Flake, or Plain i S riced CAnRD, and t Prices very reasonable a TRUEl AMERICAN OF Y FIlE, corner.of'Poydrae dad St. Charles nts. Sveral Noew and Beautifil Founts of Tern ha.e just been added to the Etablishmernt. Orders received at Conipling Room, 8t. Charlrs IExchange, 3rd door from'Grainer st.,or at the Printing I oflce corner of Poydrn & St. Charles streets. rnrnl-!f .. At No. 53 M rgazrue stre Ct, over S. Ii's Aeteion Roaoot, nplpelte lrtnk'e Arader. Il.li.l.:It rtespctlully informs the public that t irel' cebrtetrld .Stalrte roftEO'PA TRA, Queen Egypt, ) hich bIIs hlen n exihil,ired .in m ntl t i"f the principal I iti,. ,fitC' ItinicC , to tInl licrely tlnti-al wt of manny tlhnaend ristrr+h,, e nrlivedc in tris City, lnd in now er heCiq rxlfilhlird fIr a h ort tiee nly, front 0 o'c:ock [ll Arlstanlltlne, 50 cents; Venson tickrt s,$1. hill l--tf. COTl'TONV CiRICJloARMP Nr li' IlINlCt wrtih the Greueert Expedadliert,avd in a style tns.trpuessed is New (I tlarns, or alse wh. re, OnIr.s left ala titvC."rtO Ron it. S. Charlos En nC cheant, (Corlier ,,f Gcrier St. ) or at TRU E AMICRIICAN IPRINTING OFFICE, corner eI I'Ilodras and St Charles Sitertr, will be CC promptll attendrd to. S Dec. I[-tf. e DOWELL. COTT'iONSI 4( ilmes 7.8 and 4-4 and l l'wilt ld .owel Comntns, for slh by Tw I' ,li ISAAC IlIIlri: & ot134 1Magasint.t 5 I- . BRtOt)WN'S Palnl Platform Balances.--Ueo. n es * erre can lI at .53 Hienvtlle street, Patrmnt Plat 'i torm IBlances, superior to any eve offered in this city. C- felt R. CARNES. T'O MERCHANTS. .T IEItCIIANTS can haee a BLEAUTIFV L CiseCU Lan struck of atfour hours NoTicE, by callsnq at the Compling Room of 'I'IUE AMERICAN PFlarINs; OFrIcr, St. Charler Exchange, adjnaning the READ ING RootM at CoeCr of Gravier street, orat the P'int ing )ffice, corner of Poydroa and St. Charles street . UIEA'I'IIEIIS-By ship Anbuarn on olngentarn or ment of dillrent colored plumes, received and for sole by Gi.OSSIP & Co,Erhange hoti, fcS5 t Charolen at STEAM BOAT BILLS. O \VNERI, AGENTS, or CAPTAINS of STEAM BOATS can knhave their Bills strwck a, in one or more Colored Inks, on Plain.or Colored Paper, wiA despatch, and on flaorable Terms, by .l ineag their ORIERS at TRUE AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydras nod St. Charles streets. Nnoi9-ITf A CARDll. l! IS DAIVENPOIRT'S Gnardiu ns Iee the honor 1J ofoannouncilg that tthe have touken tl St. Lomis Exnl ngo Bell lootm, w hlich they 0re arranginlg with iniature l'lThatre, for tie purpose of iatrodueing to the citizens of Orleans that extraordinaryjuvenile Ac. tress,as there is a probability of her returning to. Eu rope douring tie ensuing eumlnmer. She will'opperon 'ruedav evroonig, 2Gbth Mercrh, i Richardl Ill, and a new pieec wiaten expressly fobr.her, oellhd The Man oger's Itaughter, in which this aotonihing cihild sun. aeinl 6 characters hesides her OWl, anti d aesta he Hicehlad Fling. Mhr. and Mrs. lavoqnport will alsa anpoar, to support Mies avenpbtl on lw i orneasio. SS.. Louitr soel, TI'htunoay, May 2° tIll. IUCKINGIHAM,;. Orienttl Lee(erse in A'el Orlean. . _O N Tuesday. MerlE 2tht, Mr. Bukingham wr.ll hconleee hizs o o-naeleatitn, or th, Holy Lond, to be given duritng thenasion Week, ino the Pree bvterian m'hrre, opposete Lafayette square, whith bha e en kindly gnrted for this purpore. Eoch lectuce to cormmence at hall opse 7 o'clock; Tiket efor it Caorse: Sin ie person, $; 60 i Fmiy ol'four, $8 no Ludy nbd gentlemen, (0 Foamily oftive, "'9 0) Foaily ou~thre, 7 00 Fnily- ofnix. 10 Singie Adi.oiisr:-Adlts $1 tilt), Minors 5i toms. Pupils 0 from schooIh cents each. 'rickets manoy be had nt the book stores of Benjamin Levy, torner of Chotire ando Bleidle streets,andl of James Ileatic,37 Cotp street. where fuol pmngrmn.oa of the whole e0r1e moy be obtained gratlis; and a no more tickets will be ieiued than the hbuilding will eom orlokty codtlnin, early application will alone eeamthla itnioly of a slpply. . esar TO-as URI W At i'oclock. $25.1.0 i!! Capitol P,ize. 20 Prizes o$0t'Ol0 ecil, O .isn.o0l !!; t011 Pizee of $Itl)Oaeh 15 Drawo IBallots in each poekage of 26 Tickets. Ticket only $80. LOUI SLANA "LOTTERY. Aulthorized hby Act ofLe.ilature. Ciapter XLIII, pqed llMtchl 21,I828.Cnlae (f. for I K9, i be drawnl on Saturday, Atarh 23d. 1839, it 6 o'elo.k, P.M. atIthe Exchulon Ilotel, SI. Charles 1t. D. S. GR(IIIORY & Co. Souernota to YATES MclNT'YR A &" Co. RICIH SCHEME. 6,814 Pizes, otmWntilng to $448,8413 Tickets $8--HoLce $4.I-tlltmrters $2. Packager of Si tiekntt forl$2h0, warranted to draw 10 least $1"0.. ,' I'aeko o 26 half tickee $104 war ranted to drowat Iost, - Packageu of26 uatrter Siekhta Iorr $52 00, to dri, at least $30. "arr Inckagoes or kr.tpelv at0 ina Bsnoagrre Ollic., .n: ' .wift, t to Cramp at. ri0 t IR -.-A Gitel e.i year, of age, handy at ere .v h$, Ir for cfhildena. Apply e0 tIe& , • - No. 139 Poydra st. SW. IM , ALAf Awo ,.ioo MIh b Plots b "nmr'( "READ & ilAKSt OW,, Bank Place t OAP.--00 ltonteo Meo.chthns oet-, for rale b la,,bel SHIALL & BROWN leh9L 96 Mgn ste S.:HOLE-AIE. URUiIS'I'S., corner Cammoto S a end l'clnpitonla tretel, otffer for else " blri numbf 1 ipetore.il i 11O oa0tO .uareu'h S.|tuial:qutiiE lit Iot Oka'la'rcttbih e7os Enmglish mostard F10 0Md4 nilot.h'" blo whilita . 1'hhh. intpgtg9titaa; tdo hLtoamrrn oil . aJ eskepu. efM=r1 i ; obok inotchr I.noeed oiel -D .octarbamoiltvit hieh thy.r tIr tor ole e hIoatu.o.a,*R l)m ' " nor It Im

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