Newspaper of True American, March 25, 1839, Page 2

March 25, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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ICIA il .. . I'Wu*lnlpn,·or ........1. - idl...:.....;,...II I`Ci~tnoot.JlY r .......... I Ma.. ...... it '. Ihverpool. Feb..7.;.... ds Mar......8 I stltrl l t ............... It Sr.....;. ..... -la l n, .., ......... Oi P OP NIW O 0RLI ANS. CCEARANCES. "Makirch 3,139. ii a Mry M.wlhd. Weave, for Liverpool, * ,n JPWhltney tglHO4I, sU lmmAe. for CMatesn., J A Merse a co IlllarioaV aYou.a. for tarae, k Grouing &a co : ,'Maomnon, C.erslereir Ibr Marasellls, SL W Andernn brqsa I.baek, Rad4ike fhr sMatnlas, F Faorsyth .' `tasqe Nilqgra. Sa-., f-.r ttan,. Lewis 4- Luelliag llqdGeorgl BSdfdrd, Kesatin. for Bo.d. ' George Hednol Cako h , for IBoson, eeo IrdfB,rd * Rtlla.2.bnr , lsd. for satr,,. C D it. Ut#iI pri Sip e l i.eM o ld,ts th . B or, Kidder & Hrad kDkMstilis.Ihker, oAr. nat V. W1 Vigrr.A co Stioorq., jw, ColtNo Yn.k, Kidder . Head Ba ts Astro a, I-, fr Vermillio, tlfster Satr Rslo. Tyier. F.,r hortlelta,. WandA i aimmo& , 7 Sr. Jatla Ar a for Nlnr.sryoMrt. J P Ftherinhrlaga S:. klt r Ases, Mllows., for Appnlnhriolea. FP C Jenkinsr l-hlr I iL a .ter, rhllatma., for Providear, I·'U E& J Andrea. R I eHasa. Base, for Provid.nae. . I erlklia L rCsalw, L.rnamh. fir 1St Jompba Kiddelr a* eld Clt a ,ino foH|llaaes . S.Io. Aol, J P Wlahitnay .aer Mount Morlak, HI wthoru, for New Yosk. s & J P Whitney ahne 8trminale Martin. fCr ors.e, Arica. A rowsa -" l.aM Tacker, f.r AIsan. HLas, hIl tcea lae kidl.,. Psyllar.l'r Mobhie, Mseter I-.( ir iCube, Cara.o, for (Galasa., BIgls.t A Hlwthorn - luaue. Splardid, Church, Car Lou aville, ` ARRIVALS. Tow bMat Rhark,Thomaa. .omn t',a passes. havirln towed to ssastipObltltrr, lrllatr to ther.Iy with ship llaIasia.ratllcr loS.iaiasad Marqui.l. Let thkNl : br on tha'0i at. at us, I.O.e OLahlll ig siht (Ifr tLh pas., sad UothiIh la ew • tk i7(l'r. .kip Dalmratla Wid. m larre, 2tO, Ja'nary, to G jatr.Loulaiana, Auld, from Tampiao, 2m4, loat. to Wm .iM kr MLIartala, Priler. 3 days from larvaa. to lia.tor. Staaner Nortlh Adl,hba., l rrre,arrom VLkhurrg. *taUnrjad.odlr. Wildp in froam Y.ltoo city. Pltioa D ,n Wslrter., Phillis. frmlll Nahtrllle. "r malr Eehk Edlward. from It.yau Brthomew, Tluoa hrr,'tra, aidr from Cinarllltl. ta amer Pail Jla. it( Scott. fron La fuurche. stLamer aiothk- or-. nrarrmal from Columbria. Btomer (Callt, r truatiti, FCaIt W -,.ar. tltamar dtalnlta. Fat.n. from (:i.-cilati,l -.Bhmer Atabulrallt Rih.de. 'r-tm learoa. EXI'ORTS. LIVERPOOL... Per hip Mary Howarhrd..Cargo, 194 balels NATANZAS .. ar strip Or inn.. In allsrt. .............. Per satr Maria..Curg,, aoatrd Merhaodizer. .............Per klqaa LUhlleck..Cara In hball ar. HIAVANA..Per barqat (:larmn,..Crgo, C 7 4 ke.r 21 bia rod 3Rl cae lard, G63 to. park, 50 bs candlas. 1It emapty'aadk.. . .............tl-.rig U.. glr,..C.ar$,3r7 k.;.la.rd,5 aamp ty ids i caare anorcallld,. IARlSEILLE. .Vr..Per arqaue Met.lOa..C.rgo, 641 batlescot tal. I c.sraluff. aOSTON..Prtaqaue Nia'asrs..Caran, 4.10 sacks cornr. 052 bi liua., i3i kgi . . rIn :tas stave. t0 hds ta tl.:cUao.5 aIrste a,,aa,, I bhales corpleting, 070 hides. -..............er bnrqne Calo Brdfolrd..Carg., 0760 seeaP corar, 384 his floar.rtl hatee 3 hdis pork, 175 kegs lard, 4903111. prk 4 r l is hams. .............. Per ris tlkollloak..riiag, 77.1 ila pork, 207 kegl, 42 hist, 38 half do turd 47 ila beefa, 202 bale,rotton,. .............Per brig Aleenul.Cargo, 20 bis aloar, 12 tons pig lead. -... a ........Per brit Miais.lippl. .t'rto, 7592 1is pork, 750 his dolr, Ido.aalcks corn, i6 hdk iaoii, 9 keg. tard. .'· ..... ....PaeraElhr Challener..Cnrro, live oak tlhrbr. .NEW YOtK..Por brig Geores..Cargo, :i,15 hides. 18 his tInllow. 100b11. pork, 2W010 do t ouli d~a dro, 87 h,l hams. ".........r..... Per br Mounat lorilh..Crrgo, live oak tim ber. VERILLIO% ..I'er cr Knsriuski..Cnron, ramil at. flour, Iraed, eorelres augr, praoviriii.aaitd goceriea. CMARLETON..Perhr . Ellaeu..Cr. gn 4i, hdba ba,,.. 70 hils Ieefl 312 do, flour, 15o has linens, .6 his WKE WBURTPItLT.. para.cs, hJuia. Largo,.A .a ksar co.,5 i. I.tl.lurSkerlgad, 31ehi b par', 2 do, ma APALACHICOI.A..Por ecrr Filoar Asr..Cargo, 17 lds ba co,, 140 his aol}aia. 511 1,s flour, :5 do whi. S key kera lard. 147 i a's coffne. 32 lidaaua.ar. .PROVIDENCE..Per Ichr easn, Si,ter..Cnroa Pd boles rot S ton, 14 pi.s lead, 17 tbs lard, 1t7 hi. park. 6 d. Ilallr. ........... .Per srhr Ilnnnah..Cnrgo 4:15 balos ratton, 216 kerg, and 37 bhl lard, 7 'do pa k, nad 19 do, tso asre.. ST.,J.SE.-iL..Per.lsr Curlew..Carao. 17 bhi flour, lots - alhkay, h..can, .rark, furiiture. GOREE..Psr oo Selulno;e..Carg,,, SU hJ' tibachco, 100 ile dlltr. JIOBILE..Par .P , Amor Meridlall.. Car. a6 hd,a3 hi. sagar, 15t6 is tnala.ss. i acerlen,. l,rviaiola.a CALVEATON..Per leaulr skip Cuba..Cargo, saI llaot gro errir,, proviailnr. JWUISVILLE..Perrreailaer Nfitlrdid..Cargo, I cask and 1 crate Er wre. * lPORrS I'HAVRE..Per .hilp Dalmatri..t:rgo, 6000 burr stones, to or der, TAMPICO..Par Behr Loulnaa. ..I hal tst. 2900 dollara is spoip-. to a plA a Iag-er IAVANA..Perars.r hrMlrq.i.Ca.ro.o, 306 bhpgs orafe, 15 !,as sugar, .Oo demJjhlo lia,, syrup and lot fruit. td Lrpuoa abra, AP Gay, t ilot llnbol, WI' Vigor., l'oledrlo, Caldweit & Toafaut, and Moster. kC9IZPTS OF P'ROD3UCE *ickib64I... Pe, o oer No.,. Alab23.1-Cnr.og. 41116ho3e Cotton, BIo64. 3.ot.ridy .o, 3936o I 36w1,, Il.I a hy Davis & ee-251 do. W AI Real, 251 do, Allen, Asher & co, I S rumu der. I'IKeu1614 W.right, 116 do, N & I & Ji6D . lIII do, ,.0.,,. 3.3., P..rao., A on. 9236o. Lyon., I. .ris co, 31 do, 66o hr. Weu & Co. 57do,, Nugeont ',forlam 4 Watt, 46 do. Go.. RerY· 6tI36 do. Taylo.r&Gardnder, 31 do, Lambeth 4, Thomllp6o3l. d4o, Maddox o3&l6,d.,33 do., 9 W Oaky 4 co. 211 do, IiickworStauion ( . ca 1 dn, W Rocert, 11 do, HUIIlIOoI 0.31431 11 piF.... 13 o,,in3 , U7 3 oi p top., 6 bo.dles 33. . 6g dsu1 S.outhga.,. .4 hhds, L31i0, Stves k co, 32 b13k3.3 Derias+ I WoodlI. Yaaon City.. leer steamer Rodo~llB..Cargo, 20)1 bales ration, f Rtrrlsrot, 12 do. Stato, Bu4oknoer & 6.041..I o W I.(o isI do, Iticb'd Book. 1+4 do. do, 31. do;Benno', Fe.rriday B6co.332. doHobson 4 Goo6h, 86 do, (S..I 6lryy. 7 i... Fo.. sytb 1 Li.erick, 3 do., A F,6to .a to. 64 do. Am.our L.ke & Wlker, 2. do6,I.y 1. 10. 3,&At c.,.Ig. g 9.s ,·o.sa, W Bogert. 3 being 3otton9. P16ery F3ord,3all ,Io, N ag.~t. Tur. Pin 40B39646621. 0, rr6,3 , Jo.ru3ng,, 106, 3 do.. GIver 4 Brsu.36, 50 do, F31.3ou., Wdin o 1o, 36,. 63eynolds, By.. 4k to. 19 do, order. Noobwjllo..l'er steamer Danieol Webstor..Csrgo, F33 hales 0.00o6: I1914d, toba10co,, N a J I ,I3, 59 hhds 6.b.a.o. 6,613bl3 dour, Yestnrsu s to, 116 boles I)IltooI Ycallman & co, 44I do Frierson, Dale "cto,14'i o 16, ln I'4, a.u36 . 3 . 64 lid. do bad., Rog6ers .Gra4y : c., 13 lid. lab.6, J , I Fa ntn,3bo h2. tbacoo, V.n W.,IIO,,rdi.. 62,,. A H Walla1. & en, 3.8 Price6*u ,431oo6 co3, 2do16, 'Clu3A, iolbrU333 ., co1.4, tIo lour, 20 casks bacon, it111ith01l Ullimar, 511 his lour, IN T R..dy, 25914,lgr. Bayou Bartholomw,... .I'BI stamr-63 1 Elho.. Ca,.0 13.la. Clton, R Bc6,k47 ldo, A I.edou6 4 en, 9 do, ".ld2., 6,do, 6.wart Cobb &4 ofit do, Ad..,, At Whitll, 69 36, TayIor * Ga4rdnr. 66 do, 96 914,. . co. 316 1,9 SBV I llkey, s5 do, W 941363,s, 343 du, 31ry.old6d, By 46 & co.182do, 3.6,60el4 B64Thomps3on 3466.2o, I'6.Ly6ll T4 Il,6 ,,j.14 do,0 l.. 1 h. Stanton 4' en. 14 do, Lyons,. Hanis a c o. '8 dul, Ogden. ,uuib da6 466o.63d1,do, 03..en.. 1 l do, Jams Armour, 45 do. 3,611 446, 3'r3dn1r 14 Co, 1 odn.T do .31. 331,4, 11.k 1 bu deer I c6il rope V0.,,31 li6,6416 33 b.t.l4 door s, in., 31:, b66f616de., 60 00801 skink, ownesr oil bu.,tdl 511 cordsr of wood, owner onl Lafoerch.. Per, t~omar Paul Jones. Careo.ruugrrWFlnw 4r, 19 do, H.nry 6 I.ll444r3344, 93 bil3e6sgar.ll:inl t4...4663,. Insist, Lambrlll & Thompson, ll, s lid. sugar, ownerr oil boa~rd, 6. k.. sLg.r, bi L4 To..,, 13 lids ugar, 6,Ou 44r & Muss6, 2, 141 46.36 4.6. IIe.. y 'I 13. ,,C'.3661,4 .. Per steame36r Tib,4..C..po. 3611 61.3, ,.1. 1 2do 33.316 .r b4 3y1.yro.9f1'1 h41+ oo, A Fulton & Ao, 91, 6 3.. 64611k, 315 I3393. 1.3 .:i..,32,. 4r .c, l3.33 flo36.. H 4:13y. 65 143,1.,d.AJU Coro. 31! bI.. 61.6y old6,. 663. 141 666 .92 d,, py41, 6033 it.44i." 194.31 46.19.y, 3331 k441 l4id, 33gd1n 14 aauu~gute, 3 in. Prattle. ,white on iard.l(· - Vlub33,4..3'or .lO4.16r 1113ul61114r...2 33431, 1301tt. Toy 4.414 Gardner, 343 I:o. f3oc 3141, S36113n911 16n .or 5 o. iylh 6 L333,313k. 426 do. A1 Fulton. 1413,, 96 do, 91 043331 a co, 0.l 24343rks. W91443314 16,5d,,, 86114e:4, F1rrl.l1, 4:-60, :1 do, W,3 641n00. 17.,o, W B.o.. .6 do. C I.93,1. 2 do3, (99.44r36nu3 m,,C64ld6 Merr,6. 1.1. PePon & 4:6, 96 +o. P1196 '''1 1 -466,9034, Can33ot & Gridley, .1 3,.44,v6. & Cl3. n 4d Ford, 21be 36 hid4., Lan) 33, '2 .bo331663. 0.46.6.l. 'er .4.30.9 C..,to,..C.343, 6511 144.. s463163 N Jfl3Dik4 co, 99 do. A W B ,,l.s,,., 5d., WHM Be,.). 17 to. Merrlot. & Jeol log., IU-ll . '1'.510,, li~rnlsar & .a. 71 do, L A M333, I35d . F1311on0, 31lo 63 o, 66,6,3 B·yo.'d. Ily U 4,4 33.m6, A363413 A.har , 16.::3 do. ''hno IBrrett, 68 do. C..663,, Ii orris & o 6. 6 do. 9364h. 69ddo 2 a 6 co 3112 do, QHotline 4- Gr I,. Monroe.. Por .t.,:.. Alnbnmlim6-(..ego, 150 3364or.636 f'c4.oo 4yB0oi014 do. J A 333..., 3a.d2o... 4 A 19,66 t.., do3 !6")1 y A" F66,3:. do;'.I,:131, bald,,~o,96 . 1A , j It ouc lie & co. 12:1do, t urk0, Wait Or c,,, SI do, A Ri~arllia &'1o 622... do B, ,W . 4. 636o, A-Co34,', c1.75 .3o.. Folli,. 363rl ,. go 141lu., 254d A 33063.. 64 do, , 0 W O..y , '6. .3 B8433U Ho3:no, 11 do. 3 (6.ly. 69 d4, 016113,. 2,30t 4 I on, do, J 'I sh 30 do K~rkall.,l, Ahcrulmrly at blallR, 12,.. Cases. & Gridley, I I do, Jasr Amon, lo, order, I I bags ot· 4,009d0 , A 6 , Cl52ir. CInrionn sIt- 3.r 163306.3.r 4 3lanta.. Cargo.3 h314661636. 100 bl3 pork, Hilbl'3, n6 I46161.242do6g36. Ii F o,,..oo, 313313, 346. 3 Flgan. 2.62 o do..r. 014.6ul,& A,1rv. 32.1 do, 1.,3.632 *63643.6so,,8 314.3, Ion.4 26413.A 6 33d.2. l 3d3oulde1. 92, do b.w4SOgden ..4I363. 59do, 35d 3.1.ick.n., 42 do3 , 33 pie., 6.63,.6.,4t13...8fi b. h ,, IS do porter. 364 4,66s tobacco; baedo,263Ito 16.1001 ll. hall; guilt, 95 has 66o do, 6 24 0 k. , ,4'd. 14163h but.14. ot., 3o order. Virg363...p.r 264,31434,..8 .143. 66our, 65 6333.. b,.43or, _ 93qqýtt lo. and 1 ten c, era. (l31.1.536rp e 4346 b3 6t, .70 3664 3a6, o or 4 ,r. Clg.3,,.3..pr 266436t ,6ilk. 5314 bu4.3113.16n, hi b. pork, ,pAll 4.(be( 31.a. 3,ard, 43 9.. 4.636.6, IU33.36 b3t,3, Cu s cusses. 41 dos brooms,434, order. Wy.46. 331.i..34p3. .3 3 But bu..4.316 b1le, 04.440. - 4 1,013,r,, P33.6oo6. 0631. & 3., R3014.1, 3362319 04, All.,, A.16r 11t6, Lock33rt. Fo.. ..ld Du0614 '-a order. E9MEMORANDA disallow Rd. ph 40436 dow. from 3ote34. on, 31ot ho4., adlQd with live sleek: jf4RO1 ANS. B30Fo3 &,4-154 ca44s b1ot3, .1333. btpganm, sli6;.2., &c, for salo bo 1. 3163380JK d6 co, 134 Miay .in. 4.. I3EACH R'ANDY-A few eB rrelsof old easel jr ""btayy1be Palo by S11463. - 64EAD ,k 34R .W, 7 ank p14 ac FINO9RS of Bhiair Ale bouw, the f nrpoJ, 63 I: *,3l. I 136rpaere, P'11.4 by C mpbcli. f r1463 3W$a oh66~eIj~odiArawaly' 31333 Iq~ !q3660S4I436s ~ o 941.683337 4365336. $eylnonrmk Skase tiler yltd 14oet' WatG l'3+i64~4 f30p043 0433' kpaýIater011 i'*i7fy Nnrda pbsclid Hi 116:114,A1,3 Ilia8 r i-flo .&.m 9. 4fef.AiWc14 3,, aikl ti4~r aa.a $k14liten:ur e ;, iss ýSi' oft halgk uJ'n· mmo Wntv Annur aM owensea. ? T __ In In onnsehion with this Otnieo is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE toR TilE PRINTtrNO or p I T Labels, Bray3ecoi~tu, A Legal Ietle Aution Ele, T -Dill PF nh Show Bills Steam Botl Bills Ciconlar It And every descriptlen of Job Work lthat may be required. A -----.a -- a - L r afhtr satn A J io 1e i . 1 FAITIFUL AND BOLD. F VrW. OR LEANr: MONDIAY MARCH 25, 1P39. Tile fldlowi.u rentlemen are prtneettd for Alderman in Sectod tlotieipnlitv. let Ward-J. If. Caldwell, Spencer Gloyd, Joa. P. Prerl,t and --- Rodgere. 4d Ward-Sum 'l. J. Peters, t. Yorke and It Lock ett. 3d Ward-B. Whitae y, J. Hall and V". W' Sewell. CITlZEPNs. Tuo VEro. We cannot yield to Gov. Roman our appro tltion for hisexerciseof the veto prirvles. The opposition othis individual will to the resolves of forty legisintors who I had examined the questions involved, wtk' at lease as much patient Industry as marked his inveotilations, savors not a little of vanity. Wo annlt find in his mlelslges ingle ohJe. tion which wasiUaulrahle, or ought to have weighed fr all lnstotl against measurles so omentoul and important. The Swhole tenor ofthe ljnctlnrurg.d, suggeall to us that the Gnovernor wls mnlot ndulstrious in his sarch f.,rreassons oin. fluence him againstl the il'l Ilhnt had Ieen ndupled and onnly wanted his oeartion to become Ilns. But we ae no oevidence f all equalseat o fitod reasons for usitlintg them. Ite seeml to have firt determined to use il veto, and afterwards prove that he was right. ifhe could, hut to veto any how. Evety, thte oiihltet grlound tl opposition to the hills are seized on with nvidity and-hold up and mgnified to an ilnportance which they do tot ill taoity p otse.. It wao expected th.It Gio. Roman woltd he a popular exc. rulive. ie ihat adtlod a course that mollt a lke him o'sx-. ions. We regret that he did not listen to bitter altd wiser counsel:ars, and not rcosider the prosperity of the state, in preerence to narrow and limited views and violenlt prejuo divee. 0 4. EFIr Sr.ss.uo.--t tust !t epparenl to the tlo vernor that an extru aesion of. the Legiseliure will not only be highly ad ontageoron to thle State, hillt ins lhhost t' Indisensably necessary. Thera were several measures 2 upon which the representtnives ot th. people should have ctned delfititely, but which were neglected. and which loudllvy all ifr immediateo action. By the ne. glect to which we alludei, and through the interposition of the executive veto, theo people will he sethi cetd to il' conveniecces that can scarcely Ih maasured. In the fourth district uil liti-ntion is suspended for at least eighteen moon hs for want of a Judg,. The Governor it did make a no'inatioln at the clo.n of the sesioan, hut 5 the Senate lald it on the thble. We are tint anially ithe advocatre of legi.latllon. We think that, generally speaking, there is ton muchi of it. lll there are times and occasiono when it canott he dispensed with, anl such we consider tlh present. By altrending closely to ,business the Legisel tire may achieve more in an extra ressiotanthan was done in the two month-of the late retglnr steesion, an I we do not daoub that ifitwerecon venehI.that such woulh lie the case. The check which theinternal improvements of Louisiana will receive, uln less some provision ie mu a to faster it, cannot be re a-covered lfr years. Ilad certain measures niassed, the Slate session would Ihave been one of the most imnportant 6 ever held in this Staoe. That they didll not pass to t1 laws wau owing to Ithe opposition of tlie Governor. By o, thevery liberal use of a power which should only be is used in extreme cases, he negatived the will of the people, expreated through their reptresonltives, tie I owes it o I ln lnle to cell together the people's agents r, befre the wrong is irreparable, that they may retrieve it and which by mnre accident they twert prevented from doing at the late session. Ily pursuing this course 1 v. rnor Roman may allhow that he really desires th welfule of Louiian, antd may wipe off the stain that will otherwisoattach to hil escutcheon. lte may re gain -his popularity by adopting, this comae-to re. in lard tha advncement of Louiirm., by making her L.el ,t tfie cn:els of bis etoes, will prostrate him orver.- it Ll himl caln an extra sesit illo tilhe Legislature, and Id di-appoint his enemies, whl. are already congratulating thetselves on his polit cal rnin. TIHE PANOItAI.'. OF PARIS. Many a time Ilave we wished for extra funds and leir sure, Ihut we might take ship alid sail over the idle oceani, to visit tile great cities of Europe-.se those menu-hlse., Paris and Iondon, whene the most grand and beaarl ritulritof sEcicence and art have been called together. The great and venerable cathledals, pillars arches, statine and other monuments commnrmorrt:vn of signal events in hitory, alld recalling tile memory of the diendful ware and spl did victoliet of ancient days; tihe br.dg;s and paluets, all worthy of tile admiration of the painter, statuary and architect-tite gnrdena which meinie th- niatralist and the muan of pleaoure;-to which may be addedlite th ui,,ltd and one nights and recreationa vhirh abound in the great cities of Europe thirso hba we we ften piertured to our imani:nation, and ever have envied thlloa whose circnerrstances of lifo have permitted t sere to visit II ose plares. Neat to our own Iear native country, Paris war tire spot we wi-lied the mest to see-Paria which jioins to tie grand achieve mants of Ilhmane genius and induetry-the perfecli n of all the traesitary amnseaernts which can delight rivi lizhd man. We hare, at laes, been partially gratified. crsterriday, ao paid a vi-it to ithe PaelOalnrr, al tile cornmer if St. (:Ch e andrl Poydraa street, and here on enterilg,we f lunrd oursalve, as if by sanie magic power, nuddenly placed in tile centre of the Capitrti ol France. The elecratar is upposead to be standing on the tlp of the palace of the 'l'illerles. 11e 'ies w beneath him a te of rhourren, a labyrinth of etreee, interspaersed with towers, pillars, churches, cupolas, milaces, fountaine end gardens, and at iris liet fiws the quiet river Strme, with its numermous Iridges and its floating bath,. lere is the Louvre, there is the Cathedral of Netre Dame, the Panthemi , the Point Nruf, and there i thIe Ioures, tile Markets and tihe Palace Royal ; and on the nlter side .re ce the column of Vendome, surmnounted by the slatue of Napoleron ; throe is the Mladelains ('athdral thr tie heights of e ontemartre, here the Oteilitk o Luxor, the Gardens of the Tuillerier, thi Grand Tritum. pit..l arch of L'l.io Ii; and, is yr u turn, behold the splendid lunilings of the Faubourg St. Germain. &te. Et~lryrnd Il',l the green scerery of ith c.runt.y reieves the ee and adds softres arill beauty to the prospet. As a paintire, this panorama is superior It any thing of the kind we have yet earn. It ir as perfect as a pano runma picture c-uld he. Tihe more one looks, the more tire illueiou inrie:re-. CELTrI.IaT Ir.Fr.rIT.-l he inri arllactivre till trohat Ills ni I ee ruip lgihia eareDoa. nennrr.icra (eleslti.a ]Ge. nrflt at tire S. Clhatle, thin ecvenilrg. It cnltaina un usuial n iety and rnrlrvri3. I lie vrtlicharming daneerrae proposer to ino rone than any one but herself can do, and yet full canfiderne is felt in her ability-fir ateo never foila or ever fnulters. Her for er ienefits have been large, aboet beyond precedent, hut we donbt not they fail for short of what will be cnrammed into "the temple" to-night. Celeste's character alone is worth thei price of a ticket, and the variety of dances which she will executn, will ahe wort, a dozn ticlket.. TeE CAMr.-T'o-anigit, Mr. Booth appeareas Ring Lear. They who have seen h:m inl this ctharster, will readily agree wi rb u,l'hit he is net sarpaseed byapy one in his effrt to personate to the life the erapy old King. Suppterd as he will be this evening, by Mra. Barrett as Cordelia, Mire. Greene as Regan, Mr. Frede ricks as Edger, Mr. Jrlhneoa as Ke r, und several other t.alented perftrmers in their respective partl, we astici pate a rich treat to tile wrrhlipper of the tragie mine. As this is tile last engagan.eni of Mr. BoRuth this se son. and perl.aps Ilia lest appearance among as for some years, tthn.phblic ahould not let slip the .hance of see ing him-hit never wea in latler voice than at present, ,and we have acidon sen himr play with me.e fire and vigor. We sopy the to eweet~ ;,t1e, tasetasa ws thi.k they are etrlrlly poetry. but .h tV msW ne Aislsluo beauty a-rd irtenst. lhe) tre sat Weyrss Wla h wth ancurar.-.Ith wriehr not barig int hi, ryd, h. ets ar prerlhed for the ceuoneuoton of Wblk vsru. But we Bralrv the enegi Leatiie thl awestueas and pathos whk which tsit pae is re ples. To a IeotfiF r'htd, achk Iteeor Blttd hy dalid eat By Itytec I aOeroe. Lag. I uill orrf t.e aitht.eas eye* Inhu erth nut goae . At twiliiht hour, asrthou ounce ath dn*rr Ol earth's bright bleaturionted as at rry night; aor it to wattt the dew rlieiisitgt ure. Ins aditsirttni tnam. t. 'rhir i.ea sightteslmaitr.! Sdimmite as4a ,sa piiigd'ase throgngi p5: Itoaleos tve nLght-a.mtess tihy day " and tnsetre'" beasn rhrr.a thee chult, Lr evern pThe f-.rnitUre n eare;hp atcwa,.olamttd .perv, ] or tie will wer their verdit tubes in vain e he opening blteoom rndthe early ros, Fr The modest IlWe and the v'olet too ! hit l'hou canat noi now behold. Their odor -T till in thine: their beauty else to tbhee,.weet child, of Ingone! ai Yet hand in hand with those thou lor'det, T'hor ,oUayt gt forth at epring time hour ft To cteh the a'ng and echo of the grrove, Which to thy heart will bring sweet meldvy. A thy little reel may reann, with cautmou guodo WI Wine to the leaniog stream that lil eiterlaunlhtine. be 'I'T thy cheek-and its wild iorie to thine ear. ad Them are reserved for the pIal inncment! N Ard now alone is left tilre grief worn eve al T., watch thy opieinglifit--n morher's heart Trhe heralrl tiII alto I be thorougl time HlorF thy sinles blreast shall rear her throne Atd hold her empire there- And~when the voice of pietyv slroll catch thine ear- A greaterblisoee thine! SVeened from trie world tOn which thou collat iotr .ze--tby gentl heart ci And virgin thought shall Joln irm hn.venly nllg. Li tiuo tiev slcl to him who shut thy eve i ro erlh. 'I'h cra l net gaee. Elizrbeth. na thou huant dor m At twilight hour, when the venry iatn 'Throown ,vk its gcodet cloriec tor the etrlh- lt Nor wotrh thIe nri rn light antil fllting wrig, a Nor the brightt leoteirs of tt early sinc i og ' lrelortri not thine. buet it! dear ebild!l h A briJtiter, holer, purer bliph' be thoine Porithy aouwg Ilnart e off'red lomn to Iim r n Wlrer tlrou mrovet ver g fro with eye llliet Itpe be the hrht--atid aith arone the bli.a, To guide thre ; on sweet inno ceot to brighter n wrltlr than thio. Tallapeuos, Alabanmn. [COMMUNnE ICATD.] MISS, PAVE.NPIit'l'. This far-famed Javenile Aetrens, whro abee aquiirel each u'norual telehrivy in all the rincipal cities o Eu rope a t well as Amer eon, ttrkee her firt appearance Ir, t fre a New Orl.rnn audience, in a theatre fitted np f ti h.r, in tle eplendi, Exchanoge Bll eoort df the St. Lrouis Hotel. eOr Tieday erening. Thie ltt of ithe late K-in wals prtesrted o lher or her eaomslrin SHallko penrnn readings In Rirchrd trnd Shylerl, nord at New a York a gold watceh publicly given in odmiratil if cher tcl'at. It is to he regrltrl that tile pricen did not uit her for the St Choarle theatre- hot tile elegant ,i mifle sile tr n ow got lathe bett aUbetit,'te--ira I gire her a SNew Urleloon greetiv ond I oSuooietn welome. LATI:,T FROM MAINE. The aecouma from Mlnine contain a disinit anil pos itreive enial thnt tie eritiaht hnu oinkre ipseaseiou of Mao Ilili. 'lie ro'tradiclioi n roteen frirn sevrrol I. Irersrcts d o f its corcerteeo t em Cotl be little doubt. y thle fo;lowing is Il r.it l]e.Ur ro.ted AugR.t., Mlorc I o -irJohn Callwreli, fTrom the Province of New ruene- 1 aic ,arrived lie a last erling. I1 ulderea nd itI left Frederickhto on i'orlrsirov li-t. Ho hrlong o comlu . niation rt o Sir Jlino Itnreve, to Gtv. Fairfield, the cloenr oftweflliirh rie elr been Ioarleb publie. Sir Jnin Caoieuall e lllt ndiota the report that alyforces are irow st (inned at Mlars Ilill. A Inf raeI, Trom the Govrrnr tro fitthr. .erialrtre, on tile tulhje.tl of tur border troaulle, waes eofidenlrl ex r areted ilrt inorn g--h irbut ie 1n ben sent in. I lea rP t liit lea bse er ielied thlti the iooeirrr Inn a Ilav aln pOttr l r ni!v ti r frle cosultaro tinr with lour idel; gatioo frolln (Co gree the rItOra of ioo are now here eor etreterd h're roclao . We shral have ilie rieoeage lave nle doubt te.mlrrhov. 'Thie report of *i, f lth e reg;mient trving hrrived ait - Mlniadawrka is dtitard in the mainc leoter to be prtbarly rl i hcorreet. Tie Auu.etra correspondent f tile P'ortl.tnrld Adver tieer aater that Gted. 'colt tdll oieuite tre to leave Au. Sglttlato fir Houolti ot,, 'l'uesdrul . The Mluinle delegationr in t'n grora were to ilave a meeting in Augos a no Tire Net Yttrk Journl of Cintlerere ysrn- The following liter is from n ororce wlich leaves Io o dloubt if ile. accuracy of irts st:t'Orri. Whretrher Mr. llnmblin is correct, io nurtheir qeorstiln. Extracet if a letter idated or BOSTON, lenrt, 12, 1839. or A litter has leen received here frotm ir. Ilamblin, at formerlV uInd Rgert of ilaire, but lroW aid Ir (,Rbneoi0 -Nidoil, dated it tie sono of wacr, which says 'it pio. o i a is abhout I he luor.ide to the trtle lo Main Iry Sir ly J ohn IIarvev whiich i Ithis: Ibnt ilie il lish grierri en arnt will gie Hirint, tile rirlu of turvizrtin. the river St. Johi's and brrlrteq ieiyiIrrI fiir lle loa-dt whichI ile oie rthlo tirf trie c. John's it tire high lnod,''" whichi tI von kn.w in aecrrding to the King of Ilolland's line. Ilnteligeo genrtlrmett nr hlire, Ibirlr utoir. will IIccept the to poostl at oltren, iliullrd it In niade. ieaosninPteleni It .irr\line, have blothl beenl eugozel for anyv vyoers ill nenidevuriui iI ecurer tile right of Irlvrtilgirg io, St. I, Jrho's, and desire it upon thie cothtion iif gioing up tiln tract. It io als i-rtored in thie letter ltirt Air Jolhn told Mlr. L,,mlhal., o Banglor, thiIt he hod leen too orItaty in his, t,.nlamnion, aalld usri d O lgrigiri ge whier was to too Srioa, ni. l r lltr Iet tiet .orrn faur i, ind Woilldl an anoll a pos-ilr seed a oelliutero ilof tlre ancell ir to it llike tli above lre. t oned Irorerllii. to Mlnine ilhll etter rron Iilno n I~rs b,-el conlllllllltrlietel, as I llr ly derslrnIl. to Gov. Eovo eot." Ot 'ruesdav tie ihlir l rg esolves were nrdon td til 'nemost illUllilllrmrtl r, in li Ilne.tc or Ielrrsenlolirv. a o ato I 1oornciroriio. t heir ttelPrate btll fill prl'culilgo lr cItriatmllrtiiir fnvotbly wrii ti. rivhilrnt anoi Irllrrrnr cJci dllcl o0 tile Nrrirll Sirrll Ac-etlnhly, wiol ir lltonur eble Mr. Dolli, nil its gallery cllees four ihe i"Queen C and i.ew co rlutlsWilk" d ItE.O;.VES CONCERNINGC THE NOItTII e EiSTl'IiN It)UNI)AItIY. Reeolved, Thal t the state or nrifiri it relation to the ilortllieu.iero bIounorvy, urishrePr a .rl.r g rerUo Itr.r at again as.erting our rieyli, ndll ifr re-alti*Irrg tie ioi t. litn Ilelhofrele asaorieI Iy ite Leooisluturo ,i' fil stale gnigarist thitwranle w ertb nl tint o f (irenot Irliiltu nord ill tvor of otro g au citieoorott Irlrru'olnrr i hb rie gOV. tel errrerit 9f rtle U.ited s,'e rar a rneedv 0eliuatuent of rho existino dillrihnlirc is uci a irlalllrr as shall td prorlctr Mrasrichuoetlo atii Maine ill tile plr.resin r f' ithe trIot of t'rritory gutaroeteed to tlront lby tile tlrnty rt of pe CoR of l83. Reolrved, ThI.t tihe active measure nutlorized by a rntolve of tihe Lrgiolntrre oi tire Staoe of Mlluilneo lred Jnnuary 24, 1819, fier the pIieretlion of the dIIprlerlionn r. upon rho lot I of Massachlluetr i ani Manllr, were re. tquiied Iy tie exigeRncies tlf Ite cUse Rnt a wiie regrdI II rhe piiservntioo of thleir interesls ill lhose l.ndIo aol te w elr sllilr ii cllaracter Ito mrneures iniop:edri thii id larid agents ulf rlassuhrriseli e anid Mainr in Oct her d ast aId ret ogni-ed trod ap ,ritr , Ihroghlltllhr Iir lngenrl iby tihe gnvrrortt illr tb i provirnce orf New llrunswick. to Reolrued, I ht bre claio lin t l re at IriBri in tole exn eb ltse I.l sIesaoll rnd l rlsllltlion of blheironle ei the lf i-pulne t lelarrilurr, as r ctiny asrered irjy tie Govrleor of ,imw Ilrtlnwcir ando Ilis crowal oif tir delrerrllint.olr 'hI, Onllstuin that claim by a militry Iolrc, andl hii denial of of tre right of ie e nociofe I in It protert f'rm tlhe 'IIlwlew a tleltrd oti iir rr Iorrt aroero . the ee udier rrwhich ite e long been i tIreort alll passePesior of MAc.rolrou to sell i nd lir n,,lC, loudly llr tie irlltlrdlnrec iltro lfe I sircCrrff Ihe FeetIri gr(vtrnmel;o and that toie hionor of I ol nhacloa ha. detriIrtied tile adoptioll of deislive irea. Camen f r the 1oi., clion it ltie eitirenlr RoIt tile pferer. vildlrll or IhP r egits nlid iltereets utw of two oil te rnibere fo of Ollr rorrfedeldr'.V ir Rersuted, i b.it tbi. Co,:,:utow th wm ill co- perate e.aeuteaee, elet tilt. l.'l n tomnwaplth iill rn- lerate wllh th ,+ale iUet Mnaie in all neLessaory and ron tInI tlOlla lreuasllre fo tilhe preselllti n11 ill h il:cjtere of Ioeth t letes i tht l ole eladiJ eIhzi. ie, ne'u t.rrllttervsald for tilte oaePedt aellntetleeet f tile existing Otllltreee1nv. Re ored, 'I hit hil excllencr the lmerllor Ie re qlestel Ito tralllellit a cpy f thesee renelutieois o tlle exreculi a ef li United Staten ned the ,slate ef Mlaine, It tthe Executire ,f the n eral Strene of the Ulni on. and to edeh ef our Senators and ltRlereselltatives iln Con. greet. t ire following orreerpondetnco ehlich ha. a direct refe rer-ee to the aehject of tile leille ltoundtrv trohble is cu1tained it the Ne Ylork aperm of Th'ursday, and will he read withl interest. Ntw \yVoa, March 9, 839. M&y d atr ir:-1 find our cmmuttity in a very execied rtenqler with renepect to the htrder controeerey, which, in tile opili.n of ellnv, threnatenn inevillcehh ntd etrly hleatiht.es hetlveen Inglond aed thte nited tuteee luch an event ee.ln Ito Ie to i Ietprlhlte, that I take every oceasion to exp ress my dishelief of it; but I am Cunsenet ly answer',eIl thtat toel htvl. con yolleet reeolie. nlteell ttlece alnarm, anlld a dcltlutlollo o i ;he fll.eor of the eenite i. a-cribhil to yon. that if Ienglalld dlid tot settle thli e.iatter IyV t'le 4tit of ully nexr, the disputed terri try lshoutl bha .izedl by the United etltee. 'thi statemenlt is oa much unhkoe l ll that I hea-d from yoet wllete we were teretler recently in WVashinglon, and is set elltireln at vurIntecr with tlhe cool sta teman lite views which eharncterimn your pub ie eareer, that I canlnt be irne in its cCuracay, I InPtrefrore lake tie. Ieberty of ilueirlng wlhat were the op inions expresePd by you on the occasion leferred te, and al-o what are etll r vi.ws el to r ac terlmintation of our preaent diticultias nith l.n-land. With great lespect, yourDe. ttAVID U1. OGDEN. Ilon. DArtEzrL Wanan, Waslhington City', D. C. WdA.stnoroT, March 11.1839. Mge denr *ir:--o ehol d he vrry oere, itdnrdd, tn be thiuht ltl have hr crl e e ;e tied Ilethill io indOlet ti-oh jert ol tile north e artre lnllledlr; or to have used ox. presaijou either leading Ion we th'ee nelnvenr meniflsl. tlug a eonerctlen, oee elly n tti thet weer wee ieetlieable. e o e knon wnl l I heve said on thtls e ujjent, at dlillerent time, through tit e ltinter. I have tnever seen tile ne. oeeunt of myV reneerko ill tile dnete. eIn rhi.lth you refer. SI am certainly of opinion that tile cuotlover-y elnold t e settled; but I have pnever contemplated it ies a pro. able evenllt that two gellt nations would go to war, to the ilevltani le aoerlilrre of rit teanty great ileten at., mail to the .$it:titn of the whole ce.ennereial worl., on Seuch a question. I haveo never expected such a result. and do not ex. peet it now. What I meant to say. oil tle oer.asion relerred to by you. aeed te e sa strote'lv, wts tilt, that it wa high tlimefit r the two gtvernmen a to anljlast this eulteloverSae; tlhat it had hern tonellltoeg blndied beteeer Ilott as the subj- ct of tormal antI prl erannatinte di. plnaemacy; that its omlolldltilo wans very lday glowing -verrrn andtl worse, ene eieO ad mae re dane rour sre the peacera f built natiots; that .elline, having expleead the coensy by enyt.oiiesiontree and Ihtning aeeerlai.ete.a ~he tlhouhlt. the prfeect p sntieebility ol ftalelleg and r eleri, g the teuee origmal treaty line, wea natur lly ea. . otming tllre andl Ielte dieLr utrafied; that negoriaalio aleoull now be tritd wo tit inrethieg iif a more eearnet stlilat; and if, Uolfiertualtely. "ali aemieable natlenpta sthuuld ultii'eaely Itil-:f the two I;invternmeltllt, mellch a et wIas to bt deired and htIoped. te toeee, he able t de nolellen, jointty, to asrertain tr fix tile I,.nltee re- eilaee enesoetnms, of n'eesrs;.y, when tIe Ulnllrd sltee tmust perform tloattllty for thermselve: that they leugtt iin thlltl ceee, t eaxplore the erottntl, and to exuotllioe i ea qesnation retrfully, ned ifir Ilhould eurn onut, I believe it wontll, that the treaty lille cold le ensily and cer tuinly fod, td ihen Ihe United 81 tea, in the event abole eientiolned, oaught toe mark-.i and assuetll it,aa the trte line, ani to take tpos.eeion aoeordi.,gly; and in this conlect ot I lmetion*i the e onreth da oJlilytas a day in the yeoer f whliell we Often rpeak as sailed to nilema. tenlt poiticn i decisions. Itleet retlinly I retold ndt lhar* ntended to sav. lhit our Governmlent ought to take ione.asaioe. of the disputed territory on tlhe fuarlth die of seat Joly. an wa at thl time. favoreirng a Irntpt. tion fLr sendng a spe:ial mini- ter to F,tgld.tt who S.,,ultl hardly te exproted to reach Loudon much before thet lmne. It nay be hlored, ay wd'ar air, thest what.hue occarred nti la se:il eaarnne, may hens tea efe.et o bIfirginp .ttuat an early, atisltelterv anal fllal atje,.tleei olt the m lele deiieelhtt-a reeuft niiele no one ere deint Irere sihlrely than myself. Ye rra, enll eIOaSlt ie-. gard. + DANIE.L WE1lqTEI. It. It. ehot:,, F ie , No Yetrh RtaMInttCRNCEs or TflI DISPUTED TeRRITORT. Every day tirinis up some reinicn soe relative to tt s history of this tract. The followisg. f ot the Roaton I'Ptenri,t.iN important, is mrovlbg ot ackuowledgmeret. t of the jurirdiction i rataiso, byJ the nuthliltiea of Ne. run~wsca. In the e'rv first yrear tler the teprantbin t f Mati from Mlssaeluaetts,. the Lend Agent of 3Maine, undrr the diretliol of sen. King, then Governor, wetJtit Aronstook nld drove off the Bnriteh trealrese a, wrih whot he aeltled, they givina their notes lto hi r timo brr Lut by thlent. 'I'mThese notes wi ra aterwerdnl conllecit ed bi su to Ibroungit in the Co.utel of he Prvinte ol New IBrun-wick. No q estion was at thst tim. raised nhont thejurisdietiun of tie State of ai:niel. Kernetbee Journal. IMPORTANT DCctltnn.--lt is doubtrf t remncntmered by our renadrs thist Mr Jnsttce Me:Kirley, of the It. S. Alabama Circnit, recently deli ered all otpinion that a corploration canllt recIver debts contracteld in any otiler stilts than litat by witeh ii is inc,,rtlrated. 'TIhe Su. preen Court of Ihe I. ntatie hee rnver ed the decision. tale eClier Jurliee delivered a lsng and tile olininn. Besides thile . hief Justic, there core present Jnrtiees Otory, Wsyne, Catrin, italdwit, Berbour, stid DIcKin leey. Ti'h Chef Jnatiek said that int hro tiers MclLeon and 'rTinom son, c]li were chei.,t, corcurred tI tirely in tile opinion, at did lson the rest. exoe it Justices Plc. Kin ley nid Ilolwin. Juetic teKioey said he die' eeiotd iromn the jwltlnient,n the court, and wiuld give tn tile ilerk a written opinil, before he left ihs oil. Justicn Baldwin said ie ccnnrrred with his ireihrtn in reversing tiHe jodgment of the court below, hit ditrened from aole n f tine doctrines if the opiniosn n netation to corpitralinn, and read a long p pe,, icing hin views on their el'cmrater ands pwer.--N. Y. Sua. CounTERIatns.-We learn from Sylvester 4 Co, 156 Broadway. thit bills pirpo.ting to he on the Ate I iania and 'ITraders Bent, of Albani, sreered hJ Iledg. of Putli Sltocks and Real istate, ingistered and eoln tersigned ill tie Compntrlleer'a r[iee in tile State ei New York, !ild signed James W. nmiith, Register, A. ({ Allen, C'sltier, ndi Jonn Haskinb, President, dated Dec. 8,1839. are in nirenltion. There isno suee Bank in existance.-N . Y. Evensng Paer. AA'esw NAME FOR TH ADMINISTRATIOTIn.In the course n' the speech of tle ilou N. P. Tallmaedge, at.n iMaonmaie Ilal, Ilst evening i new and apprprinte nalme wna given nto tie presalt enerarl dminilstrnio. 'iThe Ihnoorable entlemnn, toi illustratre nme remarks as to tie charaIcter and cIpacitv of tile P.asident, remnd an extraot Irom an articln pnuilished in a ntlmb'r if ,f I lndkwota,' Miterziierin wiict hle cud his party were it likn'ed ito a poeieAif niel finh, iailed Iranclew, hinchl r ling with otimltc petinaity iii ituship'n hutrmuiuueun to t fequoiressnlarl bl h to knhcmu thtm d .n Nhc.s.silN the lonnuae esllutl.tans, I call lie genict gnn errnument a b6ra)Iee adcit.,iatiltio, wnict cliny to the ship af f state as l.e ial ac tinier -liar ei a i vessel'tae tiacth tie nuld tilnne there la tnle nDeetiped it n'; and h nthit wasoll.ne, hove Imer fittled it wi It a new ermi otd. tr, ("l nnte of loi ilay !l a neit a good erw, nd let lierl, once mm Patrt on tier eloure. ' e'ho co, eliuion if thin Ihnappy and points I illusrmrinu n nese fillowcd by thei ieue.t deleing cheer..-.N nork A sine Rae. -A pipir eiinn an acounut oif Tent y I.'t eys, ,"iiis in lutec'to!Vu cuntntniiug imlicurds if s Another coneinnien -Thn fielihniaSn tate ehnk ien Bitlt, tIloumne of the I.eei'latinre of Ohio. determinied to adjourn sine die, neitetllle inust. 1"Tl~a · br a~l'e o ~ ~rl~ :t ~l.nl FOT NEW YORK. Packet of thle 26th15 New York end New Orleans Line et I'uahet. Tihe A I shliNt I)RNA, Caplain Blrton,

havin nar'v all her cargro eneraged, will sail anchone. For freieht 1tJi bales cottIo or passage, having elegant furtnishl aceo mmcdlati.n ,ap pIllyto II (;lt)NI.\G & Cn or to PIETl.f LAIDI, lW, mar25 l tfi amp .r FI)l t NiV VYcIItK. To sail Pot lirely the Dry after to Morrow. Htolles I.ie of t'ckets. 1 The elegant pocket ship VICKSUURG, Blunker taster, 'ill positively sail the day aller to morrow. For freight of 1511 hales copt:u or passage, apply on botad opposite tile Vegeta hible arket, or to A C(cIIEN, mar 259 Ctoll on tr irr.The dleparture of the csent toot CAllPW'I'E postponed till Mondny evening aMarch 25 at 4 o'clock. 11t.'5 'f il t EE &C.(o hi(. IBUCKINGiIIAI'S LECTURES ON PALES TIE, S1.1., nmnmence to morrow ewnain_, Tuesdy .26th " .MIrneh in the Presbvytrian I'hu,ch,L~afa.ette Oquare, to begin at h&lf ltal ieve n exncthl. Ticketsfr the Course: Single peratn, $" It iamivs aPfttr. . 8 lin Iady nnd gentleman, ,0·511 Family of f'ive, 9 itt Fa'ihI' oi three, 7 OttI Fie ifv ofsixe, (11 i) Single Adtnissioa.-Adults $1 II. liners 50 rents. PJ.pdt frt scho.l, 25 chtlls each. T'iickets may he had nt the bork store of Itennamilt I.vy, corner f 'hart.es and c ltenvllJ e sLreet.,nnl of James I eati, 37 Catmp straetr. wh. re f ,itre Itrnt, of the whtle elotEr- ItItv e ttlinedl frat;; ald ils no more tickets will bet istllCed tel the hllidthi wall aim , orlatly mouo, einarly aol eivaten will, c.llne pre the ee tuiy ala supply, befor tie liitdlt umbecr ics ' ______ to-S FtPS lilt; IRACES EVER.Y DAY. Odice, i te Otrleans & aitshaille Roil Road ,) hrch-, 73, Ig.9. A TRAN OF C RS will leave the I)cpolat the fot, of Canal strect. Depart Recurn 8I A. t. f' A. t. Iit 1THi 1P , P. . , n . 31. Pneleae fiPy eeot. which will entite taeh passenger to two ic eta one to go, t o othler to return. ForPael.,gers are ittrtieu'erle reqttr'el to t ur ewlI, e et, bly widnh ich ContaIsII IIand d o1, wi I b, haiedI tothoclltactorc. J II CALD\WEI L, m25 Preetdent. I.ADIE,;- &, GI'rTI.FIIt1i ()F NEW -ORLEIl " R J FiI.I.IPPI'NI gicas n rioneeataurtin fr his eerlelclildan so muth admired otnt a '"'a(let a Iratn italy, on ' ednrtelyv nihr at halfpal 6n'rltck, at his Store 314 St ''hnrlec street, when tie remaitnder oti them will be a hi at auction with oth r ftIry articlea by I)EJIRlIX & FERNANIIERZ The store till he illuminated A Gincrn, the ladies anrt amateurs of lilloe rcs are rqsterd tlo call previoul to tfie sale. N. U The sale wil be pnsitiv.ly to the hielhet titlder. 3t p25 Dlrtaine of the Itoisiann i tt rttiareG.Y 78 305 7 73 74 35 1 I 411 63 71 37 0 ,5 Tills AFTERNOON, At 6i'nerlork, THREI. CAPiTALt PRIIZES OF FIVEr THIOU oA aND It $ t 5,0 I t !! 10 PRIZES OF $8lt L ACIi IS $ 1,0 tt0l0 ! Tickets ttlL y $1. 75 Numbers--15 Dlrawcn allota [LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authonrized b Act afLecislaturn. Chapter XLIll, tmamed Mctch t2. 182.Clsc i. tir 1839. to he rIawn on Ntturday, Olart.h 2 d. 18t9i, at 6 o'clotk, P.M. al the E Ichtr 1e litel, St. Charles st. U). S. GREti;O IY & Cc. Sltreeesora t0 SATEs & IcaeINTYRE, Mnnagetn. RICI1 SCIIEltE. 27,814 Pt izes, nmnlttino tc $145,934 Tickets $3--lhlrte $15 '--ittrnrer $15). Parkates of o5 tikers ftcr $75. wrracttet to d'nw at least $i. I'aekageo of 06 haltfl, k,o-t$l7 50 wat ranted to draw at lrt)N18 fiO. Packaes at 't6 Qu:otrr ' ikrto or $18 75, warrantd to draw at least $3. For Packages or singie 'lhk-te, t. o atl The tlalt.erre 0.ecc, tn_. 35 Coult streert.t -i to Camo rst. "l 1 r nit - -ri ml State Iloteart Clas-sc . 16 56 17 3658 3 i 19 59 71 67 60 TilIs DAY. 8,15 a000 C'npital Prize. "rekete nnlv r4 00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. L.ASS No: 33. Antltried, Itvihe Lcgialutnre of theState. 'I' bdnrowp.r lrl d23, 105.-,ato6 'ehIk I P. t. at Bihetp's lictel. SDAVIS'&CO, Tanaagers. 735 Drait numat rt -12 I)rmaw Ilalltas. 5)Jle did Srhteate. 27,814 Prizes. amouatett to $192,,13 Tickets $4 I.--Ilalve 0O--Qoerters I eta. Paekages of 25 Tl'ickets fi $10 00 warrnoter to drawm at least $18: I'dckagoa of h5 Ilalf Ti'ickes $51) 0il, warranted to draw at leant $24 0). I'ackages of '5 Quarter Tieketls $25 00 warranted to clmw at least Ftr pckagesl of ingle tickets, apply at tile MANAGERS' (FYI"IE, 16 Chanrtrs at, and at tse corner of t Louia antid C(.hl e at. Inetrt5 l latdiig, peer Flute, toer sale by G UI)OlIISEY, men _1 , 44 New aLevcr. fiIISKI-.Y--30U. k L 8 Retifiedl Whiskey, in store fre sale hy U.: I)U.SEY, 1n25 44 New Ievc. ARI--4) kge' Leaf Lartd i larue. fitealeby n125 4i Na Levec N1jiOW GI.A0S-7;,0 Latoxes windowiE'r varlilm sliers aeld laan Is. receiv tg Imr alip Or leans mnd (htar!le JLaeel',aatl fit ale by Sm-!5 Jt CLANNeN, 12 Camp at r-Us c.lL U1.1e -1sT1i1 -IaSenses .hiuar t.c r a lotlhitg, lanlnsl flam chic Oeolu,, aorctle by mi ! IIII) )it . &1 C,, I;t Magori.,e at ItOldA i-5-Icae ieS taqtnliry Nip 4riuot lu lJog iroam c.ahi ,aalor. fir s.tla by 1lt t Il lLfIIGI; & C,, 13t M, '.h $ailml j leslilng from lship (:ltuemhirta. forIale by e'oS I IBRIDOE & Co, 131 SIegeoitte .c T.HE BENCH & BAR OF ENI.AND-Bv t.. Sauthor of Random reaoollections of tho Lordn and _ lotnoone, and the Groeat Melnrpoli, i2 vols. . Neal MaltIn and other tales of Irelund byh W H Lolreti. author ,of trails and rtorion iI the Ir h pea Soatltrv,ina ,o2ole. Just roeisel and fir oale by m1125 A TOWI At, 49 (tamp at Kb Ill HOOCLA r iT: o lislt ixeot reunivins from Bos- Ed / ton per ship Coilntmliat.ia an r Pole by Ed .om2:i 'ttHAI.&I ROWN,pI unogz;ine.t IV UOUt UA i% S-li5b ,xoa, aortofel sizes re YE ceined Imte Roston p.r hil, C(ohlolhinna and for otle by SHAL. & BROWN, m5 9S il.nentine Pt lIe L NE' L 011t.--3 o,,l.krts. ruii Irutn now Yolk 01 pership o lirionsippi end f'r aloe by t5o _ SHALt, 8 BIROW\,9i Mlbnaznitnn U VEIIY FOLnERS-Jtiiet eived a fnw dozen of 1VtRY FOLtERS--Junit r 1d ; supeior ivory folders, for iale by DAVID FELT & Co, m25 N Y Ptttoner hl! 224I Chonries Pt 'fEEI. PENS-Just received o few gros slhllttn, . Englreond Perry'a douohe patent ate'J pens, for palebv DVII) FELT & Co. mr5 N Y stationers hall "4 Chartres at 1O ItrtL--:..l I ales 4-4 Midi.eex and Nurth IE.nors brown mheetilo, Inoding frnm ohio Senator fir vnie by ISAAC BBIDf; E & Co. m-5 134 Magazine at THEATRE . ('t. I.oui Eoehnnre Ball Rootm.) First iglht of the celeblrated Diss DA VNEPORT (eleven years of age) M "RIOM the Thatre Royavnl, Drrry Lane and ay. to t marketr--.lvd by tle pubIic pnror, the firn Ju e- to aileAeresm ofI the are, w theas suros in Europe was Unolret nlented, ndI who iaas mnted a great satonLhO at in Anwrieoa ; Ih vig been proented 0on the ncaiion of ;e, benefit it New York by (Ge, Morrin, in th nnome of the gertlem'lt ol that city, with a pleondid artA, J, rain, A&c. The tenatdlians of Mise Davenport have th(r hnnnr of annnuncing, Iht in enooseqltenoe of l time wich i Oliss I)tveipilri hosto -ore bein filledil t p at the St fhtl.ti'i heotre.nnd feenling henelvee houndl toln-. E cline the otfir mode iir thlle camp street healt e. and tn it iis probahle ltis. Davennorn oill rhnttro ito l h~i gi enrouing numtttrn, bhy hive tileit thle splendid ail rMnof o f t t rI.oii Exciicn, anni are nrranlging it II ih a mo nittr're theatlre forthi riinecptio ofi S lMitae Doavenport, for fee nights only. M RS l)tVc..NPORT, f An Actress of celebrity from the Lonido tiwatlre, and it. DAVENPOIRT, SLate eloge mtnnagerof the New Strand theatre, will p t pear on this uceniton to sulpport 3lis Davenptort. On Tuesday Evening, Mort t61th, 1839, the principal Penht ofn RICIlAIgD 111. Rieharnl I,t by nlisn Davenport h (As acted ib her in London, Edinbnreg, ( ;Isng.nw Dubo olin, New York, t,.ln. iilnd,lphtitn I'n lltiorin 3 &ec.---in ehAIll Nof l iseR Dillut ite in ll ee reetd wiih chtir., and in New Vork cllner l brheo itle uroatin. three ng nlgtr alinr tctio" this clhtractPl.) Ii Opposite charaetert Iv On land Mrs Dnvenpot, To conclude with n e Ipiec, ritten texprensly for d risst DavctprLt by h" i.antnstoer, Ei-q-ithe hlluic Iyl Corri--caillce theHi It MtANAlGER'S DAUlI ('EiR. Mr oavenpott, (31t tnger of the tol'hae o vnl Ri,.h Innii l d, It' MrIl .avenpoltcfi h's Davenpirt byv " ItoDvnunporlt (Written n l int;nded for thmn,) , tIn this pice MISS DAVENPIItT will .0stain 0i.r chrarler c heitle cl her own! Sing three oungs, oua rl nce the Highland Fling. enlore opei nt 7 o'nlock--imerformance to commence al holl p Vi.t Peo cn. Box ulnn io will Ie onpnred on o onday, t LI o'clock, whPrn hian roan he ntork n. Admlilltnueo--!)ll I)tllor. noar 3 L ..LOIHi5iI0rl" superfivneiit unitl es) li. te- . n 1` lndlhti for ealen bvy 'n lit ISE, y mnar v3 44 Neit Levee - UN.Yt IAG n--40 Iblen in ri otoir sale. yhv l< ma r o 3 G DO'Sl1:1 4 I Newtl.eve, J ACtN ( tiIES--15i ncsks suoerlt.r i ieinnati cn elrest in strorm, fir sPle It G C I)IREYV, tint .3 44 New Leve o i ST. CHARLES THEATIIE.l Ib C rleste'n Brnefit. t Anod Positively her Last Appnearace but Fotrr Cele+si' rnP.ntcuf1y iifiim her fnf iii thao hIr Ilunrfit tIand l.t.t A pliiriniiiie l' Fur,thi oseisio , i. [.ixi lnr iti NliA I'VEVENIING, A IICII 25, 18t9, OIn which ottcuein, will the Itenn e, thie fill,,unir EoTRA.ORUIIARY VARIEIT! \OYYITl! & ATrR.ICltn! ol Thi pirlornmniuo i tnmnit ". w iiui (iri-.ttinmle Ihere ii Ilileler'i (i;r·,i liteimtnh rv It n l n' , i rte r u -ted ii with Po it,'a , l ii, itn in,! '.into, Pitieni t ti ri oaid, T''IL. lIROOIltIII PAGEI On, ( nE IDAYS o UFHv.r ( t.ly, In tohiih, i i ta teilloll c.li - f I I I l ' ,e lhT,:1etu il O l0IrtS D1\CI-i-" 7", i I ' llll Ii.I. A fiev Mlidi iuiolle I" I1:r . A[tnnr t lh " ,wrn.c r n ine boe, seIt e of Bil g t prnish Doco--"I.A ("AI' I ClAIIKA!l" 1Iv ayh'c+lholli.el." Cvl,,tr. 'ern wrole1 t h inhlr i il' (tt, Pal iti nIt:of i , D till, IO lto.i I ',ilr .i i i t nr- lI ilu l, hll. . I lhot I til ;o-td u in ,,,e c,,,,--- the r,,--'- , th-,,., , ~,'ar ioreek DaT ce-t "TII oF I t1AKAt. Til wholen tiro Scnelu l, Il(. ciinle, nce nf, SbrIc. Ilo it reeption nh '1 hn soid y , nd i" tida th (rand A eni, a li ipmv I e, CELESTE. Alexto. ia l'irt, B y,. SPerftormed by her tn ie than Five Itmlnred Nights in Sliope Tiid .meicn)orca. . For f/tlptnrltcaltro of the above, see Smoal Bit'.. F'IRcall1.'S INoUiAN Ir M-I 'AeY OF NE'.V t)ILEL Ný. SGEI:EItAI. V'eelhin nf tile t ehhnlhlere of this At o rlUli 'lok, the G l Ie of tii so C jtsn , 'rt iat. whlen wil Ien laid befnre tlhemion at. nt, nlt of t .e tfltirs of .l Corpeoration, in pursu.oe of tho requiition eof the Cha,ter, Sectiot 8. mtr23 E. I.. TIRACY, ,eeretsry. BUREAU ICE LA COIP,NIE D'INSU-. RAN, E DES PO\IPIERS, Ies La Nuwvello Orlannsa. TTNE Aconbildeo gldrl des SOsceripleu s do rotlt IntitLtnLion, nura lieu Saoted 31 Marse, h cinq benr, an bhlre tU do in Comnpagni, la rue du C.tlt) No. 21 Quland l y srett rond cnnto des cffrlares ie c:tlo Icatitutioot .elon Ia rcquisition do in C nrto-seta. 8. n,23 E. L TRACY, Sscrdloire FIA.NEM'INOURjNCI CUJ.tl'ANV OF NE\ UKI.I.ANS. T IIE Stockholders e hereby coified. that an Elec. tcct frI'hirttern Direcorsto s..veor hi; hoeonsing year, will h,. held on Mehu)n,, theo flrs t dae Lf April, bee twe Ih,. Iourn ten t lld two o'clock,at thie Ofife of tlhe Compalnly 2t C1mp C treel. lty order of the Boar!. mrn3 C. I.. TI.'iY, Secretary. B UR -DIG-Cýh TromC t i: -N aS - RANC:, DES POMPIEIRS. Do la: Noveolle Orlddno, AVIS EST DONNE nux Souscrip curs qlo I 'election do Ireian D)ir.cteur., pour I'andos etivantec, naura licu Lulli lt premier Avril, entre dix et denx Itnlro, a.i bureau do nla Compagoie, Ina rue du CItatp NO. 21. PFr ordre des DUre.oteure, nm23 E, L. TRACY, Secrdtairn,. M- Y III -ALA C I .,. .t.t.A ,,,. r pt11EIpri'e onst r. otlllor, to-day is $6 75 Ier barnel Saccurcilig to the caril'; the bakers SIhall give ll. ing the tesin seek (fr IMlnlonday 25h it tt.) 40 etc eea flbread or f ioant. ilreeadl ihl Pcetlond. qlity iii reqlired to weigh 15 per cent. Ilor. iz: O50 i tlles. tttnrb3 C G(ENCITSMtuor. Cr-I E'IENT--Iyd:Onliaeot RISodmn itrO sle I-e S tanrll t EAD& ItAlt'l'OW,7IokPt11 laec Il ltit ilN E. OLt antl Genuineos-.lottl in Oplorto Choicest Rert e.and Lundon particular, in ia'f and qcrcer c asCks I.hoiceet obl lieer.Pr, Sereitn and Lotndon Ilarticu Itr in eoks, direlt imlpornatiol, warrantlled no plns ultha. Bordeaux Brandey rpi;e CORDIALS Mnroercllino di Zerln, genttnie llperfiill assnlrted Bordenlux I.iqtoltlr ermllinel Mtlartiniquo Cordnial, off Vatv Amtcphous Sllp3 rior tlhite ad rell Ilordeaux Anio tte Old Itntafia de (tireltlblo lIirscbwwaser and ,wi a Absynthe Vinegar: Iordleux White Wine Beer: Lonlldon Iceeteratnd Alh Cheese : Cheshire Cheese, in tin toxes E J'iINS & Ct, n arl9 3w Corner St Charles and Common st Uit KW HIAIl.S-I.n qr and eights bblt, in store S•and for sriee by mtl3 SHALL .& kROWN, 96 Mee. e 'n rt )ADFN ION-I Inblah tld blbbliconstantl on * hand anftittrS e byt ml3 SHT 11.L & IIRoWVI, Magazinest ~ sINNY BIA S--St.ale. medlit,'., atnd large sizes, 1U in hales anl bltt liea. fcr sae Iby mIn ISAAC IIIIDGE & Co. 134 Mnarezlne at "IST-i -Free. e b rqinc HIrtebw, foa Ilattlen. one bale dooestics ticalked F CB Ciinneiati. sny ona havni renceend the semae will confeor-' ftvr by innkin it kiaunla to 'r13 t'l'lgTFON AAVVERY.89Graveret 'ALa ltN-*i. qr Ihbls No I pockled M.s Insn A 21 gitghtlsb d; 7 krgs e nd c ire bia do Tongues and 8.tr.de-42 ai ilshe do; 93 ken doe, tlading rott, Prig CNtherire and c r rl by mar c9 . &. $ 'p l'HJNEY07 l: t'eap at Campi St. Theatre. THIs EVENING, MIAhCH 925, 1836, Will bpresented the Tragedy of KING LEAR. King Lear, Mr Booth Edgn, Fredericks Edmund. Fielding It Coideliu, Mrs Barrett Itegal, greaene 'no eounende ith the ftres of C BORN TO GOOD LUCK. R iosbin Rougbead, Mr Brown E Old Snacks, Kirkland Mlargery, Mrs Monell To monow. Benefit nl the lliant and Dwarf. METARIE JOCKEY CLUB ' RACES. T HE Spring Meeting, for 1839, over Ihe Metor Course, wi!l enmuene tie last Tuesdayv, '2i March, an cant nue six lays. Firlt day, lwmpntoakeI fora earnold', taw omiletats: entrance $U00; for. a fei, $'t5, nine sslhrriberi:d 1. Mountert Wells names ch f lenewing, by Levi-. athan. 2. t CS F'arrar. 3. D Stophenron, G C Dublin, by Leviathan. dam by - Jerry. 4. I A Tnvloe. 5. Minor Kenner,g c Grevdoe, by Medoe, dam Gray Funnv, by Bertrind. 6. Ira Snith, Maria Duke, by Medoc; dam Cherry Elliotl, blv 4uIIpter. 7. J S Garrison, b e Altorf, by Fylde, dam by Vir-. gin ian. 8. Wnm R Barrow, ch f Pienyune, by Medoe. 9. James Shy, c f Curculio, by M1duc, dam by Sumpt.,r. Sae day, s mnat ibetween the noted trotting hnores Bird and Confidence, two nmile le ts ih hranosm fur $6 1il1. S.iecond Day-Jockey Club Purse, $800, two mile beats. Sao e Day-Swcepn.sken for centleman riders, two r ile. eats, entranme $50, the proprieturI to add a silver t culp of the value f $:11111 Thlird liay-Jockey Club purse $1210, three mile heats hFourh Day-Jockey Club, paurse $2010, four mile 3 ifth Day-Joukey Club purse $610, mile hbats, beat 3 i 5. Same dav-s-weepntak enfor 21 vears all, mile heats, entrance $fl0, forfeit $150, seven sabla, ihers: lunt'lrlt Wells, W J Minor, - A I. Iiaiavai,, Mitinr Kennar, CC S Furror, W It Blorrow James Shy. Sinxth I)y-.Proprietor's PNirse, $1000, threa mile Smen Dnay-A malch beltweeen the celebrated trot ting ilrnes I'omlpei and Rolla, beat 3 in 5, in harness for $I1-10. 1'. CI":NAS. lmar 8 Secretarv. TO T:IE AlRTIISP AND IANCY PAINTER. JrUST received hiv tielatest asriaals from llavre a Sependlid eolletition if Artii's Irusahes, paints. psi. etal; plet knives, crayon, and Iasters ; water e.'ers nd water cn'ora pepnrerd ilb Ihone andl vnrni'h for d(o: stullmps ofi every dPleriloioni. jplenlid mlahIogany and wnlnuit enveli ' vr ponrtrait painters; pnatel ,raintlv of every color, pencil olervrvy size ; varnidl hrtl.rle, 6 itt aldll rounid, vnrv large sie s cavnslP. already preparell Indin ink, i.nu nfi ; ine heboes, filly man;iuna with colors, bro.ive, elegatllly fitted lip, Ie A e Sleludid Albnms, so leibly Iblnd and gill ; colours, of every dPs.riptioa, by cake; sign and orannranal toolaund pencils; and tagreat quantiy of arnicles uf taml which are too univeroni to detvil. The prineipol of Aeadminier,Teanchers of Drawing and I'atintg, ill dI well to call at the storei oi the. saulcriber whiri will aecommodate tile amntenrs aild artists favorably. MONTEI.I.I, No 51 Can1p street lDonler in I'aintu, Oil, Varniuhes and Fancy Articles fir pait.nr,,_ o hulesviuh and Retail. mar7 Im -- - T ET A Ilre, Wore Hoase, 30 eet by 6' a-id lot a in Girod street, one lot from Inro alt. Apply lL. to tOYI., & lAb. in r 7 No 3 Crirlldelerl at JOHN V. CIIILDS, ENG;RAV1i:IE ANt) C(OPI'El.I-PI'.A'I'E PRINTER, No. 3. Camp St. W ill. ene.rave .ild printl i order, bonk enote, hills S rexchn.ll ge, bills of I idhg, diplgnii si neiiv tile and visa: rte surd,, nolari ,I, rulnsular nd , t o.nlii h, al nv u n lt.anii ioflvsrer plated and lrul + door PN C'rn1s1 pr:nted folln pilate t lral.) Ieigrtved. 11 1)1 I' NEW OlI.Ilc AN AND N .I1\ l iI.E .1 0.1, ltr.Ll) Ct ,111' \NY'. NF l A1 INIIr \ 1; I lENTl. rl Hll ; I .coimoti ill l the Ie i lep t ,it t1i, f,,t of IP a l -e elvtr e ver dt illi 1, t. l al , rn l Di at 1 P. +31. excepl .uunl at's, I1 ml, e iil . 1, D'p'i t V elman I t , 1 Canr fr grit e pa rtie, pnrtid Ld the nvmllber d Ib b d.' n t'rl.i' I1. tOnvaE ,e jA'.\A. S1 iAtl - -91 qvlllg .rle.nr i .v vn'ipn, n" garv, A eIlgaldulim h.iu, lhinmilg mfrn rnt.i] Can.lit., for sale hv nol'6 R I 9,ii)lN, i', 1 ,I 31ikaezie at I 'ii.\ ,ill .5-Il t 1,,f . ,eurr'e cov,.mi.d, corniel ) I rn andiiinders vivaeiisA fir plsinmui an,, in lu lune shipiing ordnlr, forale l be alll i Ii) ilai l"E, 41 New Lea.n S4AP-200 boxes George Robinia' bad, nfor al byv SiALL & IitIOWNE, fel,22 96 Maga.iimat P 1Ivi-15 cases vnrious patternis. French and - ,inerica priut. far pale by fe.2hm 1 n lih Dnt ; & Co, 134 Magazine at TO iOUiNTRlY MtiiCHlAN. l* Ihk Ani v owil iial illy ot link Ito.ks writi ain- 1 t .e . !-laper, nui I l, vl ci onlv l ilily m aiihand nm I mr I oi g id ron.,ly AaLEX lTO & \ 1 ari, [mnr 18 ,49 Camp +t IJ I)l- i ,:r' I11) , ll.-- I'he n nd rslgurlI,, I, isr t'nll ain ill ilnr i erse I11 ti ll -iall lind Ilaonnalein setiellr, from which Ihe reliled so Ie yea.re.n ., Iao.1t. tl iihias c aliniy, intlid al II hhabsta llh iahs place a Itiding clhool, or which, hlie as paioured a ll a tn alld place, i it ircnact eua, lebai., Caalilldli'rmmec FItreel. He wI I ,ive leoins l every day frlm 7 l II, A. 1l. and from 3 to 6 P.,. Ilia terms will he $dI0 pot in nlh lir ileraic of every iav-$l0 per moeth fIor leeonas 3 limes a week only. Ile refr. for hii -p.n cities and charaeaer to CaUp.rin t. Joasaa, of the I1.1i siall a Droagrn.a. Ia whom he is well knwnll, and whol will rrnier sul:l Ian eacountllll hiam as will be lat slac tory. T'lle ibsc,-ilr, in order to ecela I eaitl Jlis experlees, would pieelr 1.t camlmll leie a i lScIial by elllberilinn (ifa lleh aenli enIlla wild) wOnllh be w1,il g to baeome his Iopila. A SiubaeriPtinl ist is left at C;.p. pJohn'aJtore, wh re geltlemen will please to call. nlr. 'I'T. WIYE L E. FIVE DO. L\Rd REWARD. A BSIENI'ED Inlnall a out n week silcc, the negro hbv Geore, aboulll 19 or 2l) y.arn If lage, litm lililt, clead. Erg ish unaI French; also tile Negro w main Sllv, about 40 or 4a ears eal age, speaksa anglih and French-.lll. ark recoRellc.tld, but she ii very in pudent when eslplken to. The above reward will bl uil for Id.inieg either of them in jail, by npllication tit \ li Jjolia tI. (:ainaillns of avssals nll aniera are eainnto gleainst hnrborilg said lave.s ulder Ihe seterect penatiesof file law. mar 2L ('11aMl' B tiUS-d.,lllli Gavnny nfli8,e It an . 1Ih i.hel aize, il beiler nndi bnIndbl, for alei bay mlr.L* I B11) iK & C.o, 131 Mi:gazine at lW.S N'S. -'bENI: ANI)D I.NG.I.i-- Dic' 'I 'llNAliY.--Jinat received a very vnalhtale asuppl of the haovo werk, in good biding and in sloth Sx!2 AL.EX. 'I'OWAIR, 49 C2l a, el. -US. e rceved naac--'wse Ulik- , ore,) 4i -Cai, asr., al a il: pla ofII thie tollowiag hbooker:-Ruaell's :l derna Iayrupl, Iln a loor'n Work; Crabba'e Eag li.sh Syolinymles; Bludin's Anatoml; Combie's Phie. olgai Mll lloihaleily' lactilres; Stee'' 'l'rnvels in egyprAcralbia, I'etra and the aIloh Land,Greece, TIIr ke,, laaiuae ad Poilad; Keitll in lthe Propheci ;e In vnaidl' Icrlele; Lady lf I.von; .ialmagndi; OVeet warl Ile; Toel Jalne; il Bila.s, The Young Dllke; Annalatilu.l Ie VYra; IDiary ail a 'lh.icia; Mrcehaant' Ierk: i illl all f James' very popular novels by Ihe mae or ilaglea work. e 1. FAW B )JlES-.--llhuamc of Char ea Mtllhewa, L C.anoedian, by ,irs. J1slthews. in 2 wle. A Biok if ihe Paesioine. by G P. R Jlmei , illus realed with lliteen spIlendid engravinla, in I vol 8 vo. Elust riceive ndadlr l bly jWI MeKIeAN lalnr c cr Carnp'aad Commin asis * ii BII.ELLAA S-:12 caea Mantla and Ginl.eam Um I hreCliaa.ceeprising a ellde:e nasortmenl la ding fromi rigJ Palmer, faaale e by ISAAC BIliIIiE Co. mcid 134 M!aeczi:e at. . ACON 51DES-150aeska superihr Cincilnaai cu Sredl. in saltore and for ale by (i. )UIitSEY, mar 18 44 New Levee IN I;OI, --'b ..ubecribrehr ehaving iNaght at lli. a the Apotheeery astore owned foImerly by Willm Even--Tchpitoulael at, piposito thi Vigoltahle market 'fhll-2d lullicipa.ity aboas Iletid al-bega leeve tl inform plivhic aie sli the lpub!ie in general, thi hei 'bia pua this eltablichient ltnder iled rclia n of all alble and ,er coempelent apolhelbr)ry, and thai the best eiedicinec ald cllenical preparatiouls call be fouallcon ilntllv there, & pllheaicias preset ilatiol. palt up careful lully lay and nlght, - tlea.8 H. BONNABEL. O0 ICE--All iarse hal vingci eaila agaainst Iia I .lln oftChbtitie & Sinnitl ir Jlhb Chriltii. uae eqaecled Ia pl-ill thIe anlmie at tile ofiie of It I FInm l, Esq. Alttorwy t law, Na. II, EaclanCge Place without deiay. aear2l F INE BLACK SAND-A large lo jus receivad F froaN rk, a very superior .rtiele. neally put lip Sldfor sale by ilow.i or hta, at New Y'ork S olnlltlllers, Hall,24, hMitres at, aor ""3 IRANIDY ClIFI.I:Sl-2: Ixae ill stolate asil fr iI rle h7 5ll.,l.l. & HRIIWVN 1' l3 9 l3irthisr t. C.earles Theatre. CELESTE'.I BENEFIT, This Secolon', Mifarch 15, Will be presentllt.the highly popular drama of tha MOORISiH PAGE. / In which Madam'lle Celeete will Iorfortn a speaking character. Clodomir, Mr Harrh.eth, Gilbert, bJmeatiana . Robert, Its era I'flaaak. S Cowell I AItHEL, the Moorinh Page, (CE:LESTe Lady Blhnche, iMr Fatca Altet .hichl the f panish Danlce LA CACHUCHA To conclude with the Romantic and Nautical Dratrs of the .WIZARD liKIFF! Alexn, a Greek lady, " A lexi, th e Iirle oy, CELESTE Agat., a Zingnro, C Count begnrofr, Mr Halrrlon Wolfo, i' liear W addlednrf, Cowell Pauline, Mrs Plumer To moniow, last night but three of Celeste l OiWOriD-30 ti ons Cnmpenrhy Logwaod, land. JJing from brigAeia, fiereu sale by mar 8 S O J I WHITNEV, 73 Camp a IS ILUTION OF i ciARri TNitSHis1T-Tie .F (''olartnership ieeretofie exhinting between ttIa subseriera, in the stole of Francis F Vase & Co is diaolved by mutual tnrenta. F Vosealone will li quidate the affairs of the late concern. FRANCIS E VuSE. mar0 WV P BERIRY 1%, A NTiif From 500 to 1000 Shares Stoc in Citizens Bank. saiti dE whinig to pell, wil da well to sil antd leave tleir namte aad lowOi t f i tuck, Pit the atire of Englilh & 6 ihiestertniipahit the Arenide. Cointry stock alhe is de hed. S E CAMP. imer 9 3w WASHINGToN .BALL 11001' Dress &. Masquerade Ball St. Philip treet, between Royal & ittiirbon. herl . Mainger of ie on oo natrd eHal Roomgrote Tul to his frieds ud hnei lp ublio fot the unperal loled nptroniag- bestaovedi o i i orteverel seahioa,. respectfully iinios tihe thao t lte eltalllnenitin lteaa been eilatged fre the nloternta it f v isitors, aid an dergose itoniesre rnpirs. The lr w ill be e urpused by naio its quality oa liq lore, and ti tiReslasrat a III ha ke iby Ihe ablest Ileshaor ar it the UNtite Ststaes. 'il'h rool will ren-opnt o0 Stliriiley avenat g, 3rd oa Novmbier neat, rby i GRAND) lIttEnss MASQUERIIADE BALL. nid n orill take oPeas ultal evenr Monday, Wedtla day vnd lntilsv livening, orirt , the i easonaaichh will a ni o nn tie lint of Ming, iiL9t. N. It. 'iTe ereatolt a ttention sill lie aiti toin k,.e, ina ptere aorder throughouti the eanlbli.hient, s wa) done aost season. to,, ct. EXC.IIANI+.E RAIt~~NG ROOM. lli propirietor has re-filted ili iheading Room,itr 1 the St. Chnarle Exchlinger, C.ornar o grseie, and St. Charnesetree, In the neatent 'tlretsr. Resides all the nrineipll I aspes of the UnitodaSdstee. of cuve, city. and state. the snsdaniie,Teas and' Mexi co td tid vllttiTa, tli room is regulhriy and extenaiv. Liv suplAied wl h the latest lEaropean paper.s Loyd'A , Ii olland P1cv's irihe Cairent. Also wtd, nearly ill tie litnrar Per uictals ol tbe day, and ine ia there pbiiios I' ie ladolin, Edinburgoh Wes ntmiseir Oetrnii hwlla Bieceo aind lnkwoomitnls Mtgazine The N rih Alieniu aitil .i e ithie Sthaetn titerart Knaicnk bakier, Tiioilll\trtitnt JOirail of Sto) rie and Arte Calsilutit i-itlilnly heimratrotie Review, G(tletlren'i' o gatioe, Al(lieticil Imnclthly, Rntlvi' .lllielinv, the o3lexie hirurgical alevie, andt a variety af etll ber. All tire works are ititluliy risicritiei r rnad reel. ivvd. 'l e room is i iie s ruto lliiiiilitdu l etrn" variety iifispna nll atlaes, Niles Clegister, Levy'a Price Cur reln traim it. rla ..e..n.,. tt . .o.at.eraa d i variety of works otnt rtl iRtci Thimisi a, liver & iiteitiielt newt collertors arerem played, to miive lhe srliert am rietlt, arid no pains nor n e Iaene will be tpared to render tite linoding Rom inhe firsu iie UniLtd itates. terubarlploar. respret fully reeeivei. CARlDS Ei PRINTEDi altfitiiiireeai Notire, idthe ,oeaose etclgatl inumet, in Ihlili or It',lnred Ivas, on Enelel Itl, iWhiie Flake, or oe i itn c ifoe d Cuins, and P'riees eery reaioatiie a" 'I'I'It'E AbFICAN OF FIt;E, criier SflI'' c,'dins ti St. Charlnes ats. ,tierenal New ond illiiilil uotunts of T'ea here ji lst be iin ad tled the Cilstilithitiean. Orerr.i erreired at (.+iiitittitO R.itan, S.. C.arte, lileiinitle, :oril iear liiull (nitt ii t,,or firthe Pristingtii (tille cot,;r of !i',, A &t. ('hiiiles trelem . if Ii - .-1- l t a;I , \ T T' I "l i l t tI t l\ ! ! A it .nt. 5 ra1it tte ttrelr , tree ci. L esp 's A ar tiso w /:,, pl,,latte [iiti'e Arcade. t %ihhl:-o t'l.(1,.f 7A'A, Queieu f Egypt. g : in<,; f t'xh, ,tulI I ni i i4 i a mil ill i nil 'p it b( 11, 1 l'x iln r l of i i7 hli.l( # t icn i Q 0ri , ai Ig int, ii oniiit lt, 0 eao ii 'ir - fle pin, ipal ._=lL' I l 'el't;1r ,+.+ :.; I ".'I ~ air ° .a',11 K!t'tI {l. !Clir `a% c R((1A 1 COTTONb Ci!ICITLAiIS -. I li3" [it.I' Du ID te'l/i i/in C ',,l,,h lretidtiiont, onr inc it Ol tliii.iiipitaue il Niew Ilitl.o.ana, or els = it OnIees lo i l a'ocrre.lo R,.ot in. S. Charlea iE elannte, ('oter otf (Iraceier S ) or "of T R U i AMi ItICA N P'RIN'TIN'G OFFICE, tariCr ,f I vdrinn anod St Charles 1ite.tt, will be prvnntf]!/ nlle11,[d to . T L ItitWV/" 'Pitet l P5oesa-sntc-se.-br Il J it,5 ll 6 lOe n lid rl )Ih Bironvile stiee, Pasn.ai Phi. 't.r Ihiitlalel, itleiiuriit to rii soereiffered tit hle city. , .... .. W Il CARNES. TO MIERCHANTS. [2FMERCHANT'I- caln have a liEAviTlro. Cracr La struck of/'alfur hours NoTlcrS , by p.alsaat Lhe ('omnpin Itig loo) 'I IU.E AMERIICAN PRITIoro , ()FFItr, St.(ItharTte oxehonloe, adjonuing the i lA. IN Itoo.l tl Ceornerfl i;rtvier sttee, or aIOe Pilint ing O)fwie, eornerof i'oydru, and St. ChaOrles arets. F l1AI L ,hr io-.Bt. ship tuhot nn elegant asr y _ mnte of dikR renPt e.nrd pluan est received and for sal, by (Jt:Slli' & Co, -Exbchalge hotsl, fr25 'i Charle ast STEAM BOA T BILLS. )WNEI:S, AGEN'I:S,or CA PTAINS ofSTEAM lIOA'T' can have their Bills strutk of, isu ao or more Colord Inks, on I'lai or Colored Paper, wit despatch, a ,d on favorable Terms, by leaiay leir ORn:RSa ol'l'IUE AME.ILICAN OFFrICE, corner of Poydths land $t. Charles streets. Niio9--tf tli).t lIiIE-A -(;illoit'iiirTe years of ,rt, a cat emiyy thing, pOaricularly for 'hilreon. Apply at imr?_ hA,. I:1.9 Poydrs at. 11Et AAGA HING it Iiiy arcS t REAI) & IIAR't'(\VW,7 Iank Place JAKlVIS & ANDREI"S, W OlIE'ALE I)RU(;GIU'I'S, corner Cmmolnm V lltnd t''hapitotljt, strel, iferi for sPle '25 le +lttlt)ert I ctlor oil 1 0ll Znees 1'rench tulphate quinine lI) calskbs snloratu; .II boaixs Eglish mustard (0I hils ah h~l, h to; hi bls tolwhili " 200 ease:o attothtear.ee nlass wore 31 bills slls turpeullillr; 11a bbo Itoannert oil 1(0 c"bol t.ore tt I i; a took Ilutbch linsed il he ..o.t, fr,, aob! t ,or. . . nmar Is Il ( OlI'EE-.t6i.s HNavrAnano (Green Cofle, lands S10 and l or tiale by S,1 J 1' WHITNEY, .mr 19 7__ 3C-mosst Fl4c)lURi-- ftrto intTattptflytong'2 Otr, at lb oIFboiln er h lt ,oot., for t.ule Ihv nar O) cl ])ORiI.Y, 41 Now Lert W 1V1NV , i~ti(·'+,'--++l bngý, prime gInes 'led fil nrroen l ui_ I , nr r, Gfer s Gle n, I, mar It9 ABl.r IIASI 'I'tlfR, 31 Grvier a i I.'7'T,. b htixOIS-.\ n,,w article uoed in Now . ourkl-, lltln the ilrl I t generally, and lar s l ble orlilltr itc tora lnlvlll rolloa, lor c le by o I)AVID FELt'L & C, N VR Sationdre' Hell mar 18 24 Chartres it - ASEST I.i1';,toAllY NIVEI.TIES.. L D Cap.it KMd, ihe'wiza d oft ite sat, by profenor thete I I glenoell, ve--Taleo1 of the paseions by Gllrnoc mylrrle1. na teqrel to ( illert .arto y, by the nowht,r ot' slt, otog tantd Itn itra Tlhe Inlhletr on llrope, o2 toI--Carl Wcrpn. S viols--Suuetll. pusot.es and Pil uts, by Sillto O lhier 'r ist, cot pleote in vol Ieo illuitraled, Gte o trh I ,' lerot. c5,aoli 7 Nicbontl Nitklebv, nIst 9 a mmil 1 Ste warrt'e lonoher in . g aondtl 1837t, otole Ellioltl's Tr.vels in Auitria, tRusia ilid Turkey, A ikin'a rloitilh Paoet, Froot's do eqol nto Aikines. Anta votrieto of rteelt stoiltrd pnblicaions, a few sltendlidl Latihuot Altuls--'rheb Il.idetno-Book of RycTahry aolt others E JOiNdS &a to m1 2 2w corner St Chnrles & Cootmon Sll ANDREIW SMITII & CO., respectfully intfo. Stheir fiicnds oand the puhlic Ino eneral, that they occupy the new brick ashop, 219 Tchoupitoulss istreet, where tihey keep constantly on hand Copper. lTin and Sheet Iron Ware, of every description, acht as coppeor stills, kettles, and pip., tin bath. ing t a, and n,il cans, of nil sorts and sizas, and al other tbrass castingun donat a.hortest notice. OGrata har of every de:ocriptio, ool as on sam. boaot Slitlrtps, bog chattits, screw bolts, and olher kintd o'stuottiltoat work, such a0 olliinneys, breseo. or, steam pipes. 'T'tey will also do nall kids of out door .ork. tnocl a- zirc, etplter and tin rodfillg and gutte.g., &c. 'fi;y. bove alid all otlher kinds ot work i their lile of basioljt , lley will etoellte at I5 shnrtrattr ,,tti, e. d.r

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