Newspaper of True American, April 8, 1839, Page 2

April 8, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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noun __Il I Cur C M ILIA o iamw UOI~R LAL col hirlaetMa ar ..........J9i W huklltn, Mar........ 98 Nu.. VYla d. ...l.. ih....2 I Clin]uati Mar.......... 27 f "lludldli IMar.........A..u louiivlle, Mar........... 29 llall ell, ... .'..'.... ,A |S. Louo, Mar .......... 25 +IS M a... 3 . . . 1 Iverpool, Marr.......... 92 ('l lua.) Mar......9 P url ................ Id Mae 1..........l1 . ............ 8 S M .........2l.uru .........1 hr FPORT OF NEW OILEANS. CLEARANCES. April 6, 1839. I r . lhrieh~ir.li. r r, froml.iverpool, WH Haynes. - ll ns IBrooke, Lindsayl for Lierpool. A h J Detmietoun ¢P.." lllp Adurldack, Iakekatnff, for Liverpool,9, Peter Ladlow Ihp .ruh& Carolihn,. Clarke., fr BeStoe Malder Sitp Crlumldn. RuBrker for blrnn, J A MorrtIt Ship Orlats, earr. or RNew York, ACohenu ' iu'tvu tkuelle. Eldridge fClr New York. J Dengre Bage Due D'Orlenr., Hoodleu, lbr New York. Levi H Gale i Carolin. i4 Mary, Cole, for New York, SJ P r h P Whitney Mi/ [merr, nrBalhman..fr N York, J Der.egrei .-iall, rnt. fortrNYork, & J PWhitueyI big1 Ea.le. Marlin. for tlill.c. J V Zrcktrie t big Aldribh. Norgrve, for Philadelphia. 38 4 P Whitney t rilg Thei iu, Ca rdonett, for Vera Crit,, Guerinl& Puueri,, Ilrt Smu , Andror, for Providencer iarhler Brilg AlienrM , Givirich for Gibralthr, WV TViger.4 8r c Ilg Two Frlend., Durkee, for Port Proao, 3 IRuertl & co khe Anna Maria, Piner, for Campeerhy. J W Zckatrie &r co Bhr A.dreledn. Knight, for Newburyport. F Mt Weld & et] bir Palihs, iaukill. for Apa'aelhco Ii, Master ehr Urnula, Davis. for Mttnur,e. Colt & co flbJ 1 Woo ford, Allan, far Apalauhicoln, Master Ol Aid. i'brok f.tr Tamp uay, S & J P Whirtt.y Staer MeIrodlina,. Prynter. Moblile, Multer AtMelt Wri French, Raid, for Louisville. Mater ARRIVALS. April 6, 139 ..orTw lat Hrlon. Davir, fromr theau pues. having towed to el ship Cnnttn, lutrqu Eleanor, and brig E Drvil. returled rto thu c witth .hip Ohio. .hr. Grecian, Gilob ald Lituh. alid. .Lft the bar n the 5thl. at SA M. Illmrts nrothing in lghtL okhe Lir. And Iho alsro eptl thatthaere ir .othing in theleer. . 'le bat inrk, Thomasu. from N E ps, hraving towed to ri tkip. Rullron, Lafayeltte, brig Prlttor and .chr Irroi,la, arted to hhe city with uhip Prtete. Surnu.. Ieft the bar u thu 5th luth., a noon. Reports nothing it sight orf the bar. Oad Oalri. in itie river. Tow boat Tlger, Beel, from the N E paus, having towed to m hip tCotuC l , ould brig Itirkbhy, returned to the city with Ihip Republitan. Lilt the bIr n te. 5th itat., at 6 A t. Ku. plsl ntitie the bahr. Nothi.g in river. Torw boat Lion. Riddle, fromt N E piss. having towed to aea ahlpaEmldemu ud Ke.lnrigtot. relurnud to th cty, with brig . Cathrlre.rkch Rolle, OlrLio and Minelrvu. Iel the tar or t itut., at 6 A S. Reports nothingl ill uighlt oil Ur br. Aev wert small seil in river. Tu heat Porpoie, Dtlvis. from S i V pa.u, .uvin towel to " lip Rhodea I'ullad, and trque tuleard uoblleu, reltlrred toHu lty rwith hlp L.ouiurville, oud rdr David Rolerl. .eft the bar l the 5th irnal.. at the II A M. Reporta urtlir off the r, nor ill tko river. h Slp Louisville, AlIlen, 16 days fromr New York. to J B Ilul lehr David Roger., Morgn, front Sabine, rto M.ter. tehritrl.an. Lng, 2d,t ty. fhr n T',lll(altun. to Moaser. hkr .itchlreld. While, hor, Lrguirr. lo Whiridge & co. crhr Glbe, Hl.rrey, frymn Morllh to nlrtcr. llgCatlkharine. Mrlrel.7 i d lyr from lr;unu, to Mater. Shr Ruolla. Patoll, Il tidu flrul 'rltmpi, r, tL J IV Zucka rle t to. Sehr Ortlrio. Aldeu, 5 days frout Gulvestn, Texau, to \,.l ter. ehbr Minervn. Edd., Clrau Parutnri, In MsIrter. 8hip Peith.t LS,,rar..Il. LlgurtO.r, list duty from Bordeaux, to J T Lllterellrr. ,hip Republiranl Wilim, I dnys from New York, to P l+.dln~w. Ship Ohio, Mathew., 30 days frur, Ptiludcllhia, to N F Cou e sly A co. +teslner Baton Rouse. J 1 win, from Cullrilnatl. lmr ,lnr El porl.. IV.allg, froell Call illllltti. ltauier Ilodlley, Yentlwore. 'lullh Lofourclle. Alil 7, IP39. rowtlir lut .drup Ilrturon, f out S tV is., Lti .int towed to rsun lilt Y.t ull rI urCrtPlla l.d itie.s ILUte |rtlllkll. Bu. trell and Curier. rrturtled tli tie ally ritlu rhip Chas. Carill. Left thel, bar o the 6th i.t, nt 5 o'clckr, p i. RLeportl alh T.ow boatPot Boy, Lumhrl. fromt, I . prlP r, hing rtoed toslp barque Prmlpt ard brig ho9lllmgsluy, returLed to the city rith L.prnurh brigs Adlbill t Mlpurra., antd clhr Alllln niu, brigGrat Welcr.ull,auldehr Supteunlor. Lull t6,e .l ttiethr th in.atrl 2p . lReport. llothlng illt sight ol th her. Shp Emlpuritum unlll several scooners in thr river. Brig Great Wustern, Nate, 15 days frout St Dolliug., to WV G Hewr. Up hrigArmonr. Llcian, from Mobile, in ballalt, to J v Ztcknrir& Luo. Sp brig Amaubeile Mulagen., 49 dayl fnro Malager, to ma. ter. Srhr Sepltembr. Donnr. from Mohllo. 8hip CSarlea Carrul, Gruozier, 2U day froy. B stoll to J Tuiro. Steamer Bridgewntrr. Wright, Cruo Thnula. Slteamer Poul Jones, ScotL, Crot Pield' MillS. Streaetr Brilliillt, IlHart, f.ron Ilayut llbara. tlsemor Maruchetrer, Smotke; frultl Little Rock. Belot.. Etmperor. Arter, fro, I.nuisville. , Stetror Darube, WVhiten, frol CLneilutt•. ? EXPORTS. Sn LIVERPOOL..Por ship Duinfresahire. Cargo, 2558 hbael otOll. 310 dry hid.es, 7 lids tb...a, 454 tuns ins Inlgwood. ncr. ..............er ship Ellen Brooks..Cargo, 182e bales of ll ............. . r .hip Adiondack..hCargo, 2288 boles cot. 2 BOSTON..Pr ship Sarah 4 Caroline-Cargo, 931 bales cot ton tond 14tJ hi[-s II le. .............. Perlip Co hli iha.. Cnr.o,3 35,d 1b hncon. 50 hd tobacco. 5:34 bile cotln.. 137d bhsflo.ur, 002 fu do pork, and I ItO keg. lord. is NEW YORK. Per .hip Irle.o...(arg.o 13:8 his pork, 42 P1e .ldstohuco. 147 ale.s Clton, 419) kegs, 48t l Io)el and 5 hal'do ,urd, 21l ,os do, 54 1hi, 6 I hlldo, 8 hld sugat, 42llnasPs Ildl.", 3 bts Slid I trllllk mer6h;o6dizu, 1501 b l, filler. 91l hle. rag., 2i6 lb bul.dl P aud Ibo ..Ckinr, 5 000 bheIs o ril, 3 reel. wt ILADELP..............IPr 1 GN.ollv..Cargo, 1 136l5 pIgl- I, - ............. 8er barque D 1ec D'Orleans..Cargo, 4381 hles ex cotlnn, 38 hd4 nlni 0 bales toyncco,b 36id .su hi- lard, 8..d :17 lid. I n.. .. .............. P'erllri g aroli.e 1 ryi....Cargo, ..9 hiI to ...... ... Per brig Jalnler..Clr o, 310o flour, 0 0 do pork. bidL de+s lard. I ,1 i......... .. .4 RAT d............ P ri Iill xaIt...Coro, live oak40 timber. ll PIlBO A..Porbrig O aglR..Crpo, 147. hds tobacco, and 4500 AlI PHILIDEPIIIA..Perr brig Nor4ravo..Cargoo. 11.5 pigs lead 8k 254 b b pork, f9 keigs lord, 32 boxes tru, l ,II bales ,eer akies, 10733 I)bag. corn, 1091 kits / ' dutch s . hearrils. 1. oak stavea., 4 bales .rhtert a It sig1, 60 Lai. mlous, 10 I..ls mrs pork, 3 asle. bide.. I do wol. .. J VEM A CAUZ..Per ri ''helor. l nori..Cargo, small lts, ( troll, nilpr panlls, oil, turp ei t,0 1o pller. pitchL oau. , ln ed, timllber coal, dry goods, U3VIDENb..PCF. .,.e 1brig .C.ld-(' go, p23 a i 4t fal COt161 I llaleshl,,lfi l robes, 6II Slek. 00 rn", i0 tel Ii bor,7 [is il rand tllkus inurUldec ze, 44 kegs ,l lard, hld. imolas.ea. GIBRALVTER.. Per brig Alicahllro..Calrgo, I0 lids tob4o, o /II l5000 stlver. Ill POIIT PRAO..PE r brit Two Wrica.s..Cnr'g, 50 cask2 rice 8a1 20 blitbes., l do pork, I2 kg. lard, 54 bl. ll avy br.ad, I hed ohdliho. I Co red hie, t. I CANPEACHY. ,mPerr t Annlllla Moaria..Curgo, 33y ie lindr,3 APALACHICOL.. s Per cl I'ulln..Cpla. 5n4all lots wli, - h , keaVl ratldy, beat, park, olad, baItter, hennshe- ." oT ; lour, c.lll. hi alWs. . 8.ggilg. .............. Per Aehr J .o.iIlford..Crgo, t bl I.ola aes, 10 do fllr, I, No auger, 13 do whishey, 8 i llds ba. l, caski pork•A nj dT1NZ88..hPersrkr Ur6ula..t ergo, 140 empty utks, 18, S ile..ts1 do and 15 bxs tesn., 2 -ýwrA DY,.Pr sloop Aid..argo, nall lots crockery, ill - lothing sugar. viuegar, flour, brandy, soap, lad, elhlldles, butter. paper, broom.s. I box li:l tory eVlil4 o tlS. lr.lw hau. slid twenty toll I ice. u IOBILE..Per steaser Merelian..Cargo, 116 sacks cofl,.e, Ia 46I florur,7Seaks0 b.iron, 107 pieces ba2-. a ginsO kegs lar" k, 2dthle sugar. LOUIIVII.I.E..Perselller Win Frellcll..Cargo, 24 (*rates aIId b ad. weare, IMPOR'T'S. SNW YO NK... .r ip Loui.vi.l.. C., ,Iortd mar...... ... .............. Pr ship Republien...Car2o, anplod mar,. Ek.Inliz, to sunldry cnlleenre+. 1108P' •N. .Per shill Chrles Carrul..Cargo, 10 tollS ice, to J IT DOMINGO..Per brig Great Wolstrll..Corgo, 6O hags coHee, 8Itoe 4, uperCor ogwo.d, W 1 .44wns. MALAOA..Perr trig Amaubollo glalagelhl..Cargll, frllit, wins, .. t, order. NOII~l|L..Per4rlrg Armoua..lo n fllies to Zorkarie 4 .. S...... ...... erlhr . , lle.. ('.l6g, 151 bles ltt.llI, to "+' . p.E *x "r Itnrd t.Brr..1'ia ° IF' ble ,t0(0. 6 . . ,air4 Sau ,Oeld, A M erle, A Maureu & · II00A8U+1.+ .Per.lf .... ........ ' ..:.s.... IPalt(IL ..I'i,,..<ir (linb;h ,r io. Var . ',.,, , ,lr t t, N A4''J i 1 ,.is t'utlis.lll, l e..l'a ,L+, ;,,:ll; , l ,li,-Irr . " kurl.aod 82U,4J1 4ill tpecie, to J WV Z'rks .IAVETON e_ I .e r aOntri Cargo, Ii. ulls... to . . .. WlRAIATARIA..Per •cr liilierua.. Irgo 130 hds sugar,9g blh - * lO(laa s, J Fornll h Rm'lall L co. ,.. sAUX..Per shilp retits tU~Hllle+ ,t:aruo. wln*) hellandy .;. radrtlalls am' merhcllldixe, to P Dslgdolm, J Mag·r, Lepage + ihr, C.pdeville Duolmurg. J . Bern.rdI. J Lell.nde, A Z C:avlier, master 'nd orJdr. PWLADEFPIDI --Per skill Ohio--Crgo, assorted meru.an dise. MEMORANDA (rlealnlr Plrilliaul tltwed du-wJ arom 6 lllil,, ab.i the C(on .net, tthe osnleriirAthellial. the hamlsll broko her cyliuder head on ny up. TILEE MARKET'S. NVEW YORK MONEY MARPKET,`,. Mines O. Tlu!dock ranuetioalu aIlrday were Mllorwbn more., teprivS thaa d. eith.. .f the m. or tkles pre edl.g day.. 17 * cl ý " rlly had a dlaliiaF teeth ncy and wane fewr .. qM ye das Jaripdou.a add mmudi in Irice, muuu avý4t U V K1,u bank .11x101 daehn I o $11; 6ela warn and Made a Csal Co. 70. Ohio Treart C o 0 ; Bank of Ketucky WiLYik lLr I aa s; New* Jamey Rail valid cmdany W;: ugd[ g;tli oa Wu nd hIi wlwL t sliId Providence Rail. bmrtrn market is other acti e, bit pli e. p, · ndeiT !'barnemoi r wiIon ay ma to. il ebanw in prices but the lut hat eiulioupr dull torn umw...d~ll talc u. The Europeanu ianlsllllcl", par bb-f-111, . Fur Icelved at too st as hou yersaduy la bare lly 1 cial I. duet," ua out ttaaats The* mmertiJ of art evening say.: '-that a latter re. ceived is eh.. aIy atrlw·: "that s b~tnar .ecalvpd to it,,.ea)l pate Iluls thaethe Muvauak bob "t the Datie LookL Ili.. IU pvatka payawut... T~wes. Moltii.e. Ihtunr.lay Eveatag.April d. ("ity Xa Jal del &..N a uuucea I IdI a. move mII(UIy oren ton today. IHolders d"otoeneraIy f evioco dalps'I on tcnnheedeo som.,.h acls required. BSlu tO the ,mou.t of l.out liO0 b.ldo havohmen " mde ato otuctio otofj1 ,4 and in u few instancesl (.111tot 01101Pa eh. Atwudi . It geper.l, extooomly dull. 1) LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET', Cotroa..Tthe market Ins preetloed the sa n. i.al0llla4t4 appearanee ss for everal we.k. past, the deldked Iaviusl e.". confiner to the Iminted wats ,I ft. tror dt, tile poredeut tote ,f which oIlds out no e ncourageme.t for purcllhi g i yonald F whot i. required for immediate toesumption. 'hle firltoooas owevherofthe pincipal holders and importers of Amoricnt teps pries., under tile cirru'tt.ln.es, lemorktbly steady; togh, in pcrti.t ino eoe bhe.llness may hove boen doo e in L or 'ltl at na d.lithe osfd per thand it wolld he difficult tot ect. ra.fiof any ons, lt'e qurtity without .ulm t itill to a r.iluctii. . tori, Egyptt.a atl ournt ar rather lower; 100) hbagsouy of Ao;rirsn Ihr.o hon taoteo ern , fulati ,n. tulel of the bw,ok..ll tea i.whold t 211 a 31; 0 rtuinwotIl a 1l3 43001 owd Goers ,l tI a 9 15U0 Mobile 7o no 8; do Ala bama a fd dlene.sP. O0 a n i; 3760i Now Orlnean. t n ii.1; 0t0 l'entra, ueo and Por.loa 9r a I1h-; do Aroaali and Ceorio .1 a 91g 9,0 U ,hia and Moraino a 9ti; 700 Martolmol 8a 1 t do Sawginned do 8 a 8t; f00 Demor.r.., &ce O a 11'n; 400 Egyptian 1 a 15:I 4r1 tlthooloo fi;170 Peruvaln b; 340 Laguir o1 1010 Tobacco..i et .saes of tile week have been 10 hdsl, viz 10 hhds for Ire.,ad, 30 hds for resale, aud lthe rimander were thkeo at the home trade at full pri.es. The le,. on Thbotety Itnt were 2000t, bu. Frilay 0560. otourd,4 40011, Moodoy ;1(0, T'u'sdaly 15110. *bll to'doy 410(11. Tre deanOd.1se loolt wornk I.Ilo0.t ovly modorotel; re1 dy thier has beenI a little moo il ug, and prices of all des0rip lilln o lemain steady. '1he w0eek's ports 0mo.0lllt 8,1 - hLo .rooLt. eb 2 n06. Corn Fxchang..-Sineo Toetlday a ceollideral qu44 altty .11edral ye.ts f. o0 ,ho Ii lt;,tet. lst 'Tohere ls der c t lito nioltion in tIe t llltt trade, hut a coUId,l1.r1b lnulatity hab ,bnot s1ld5 1 hr th. 11,lt 1 1 to 193 11 th0 o.ndealeIrs und to speulnhors, chliefly of orlldillnary descrip t oil.. l'The boolter sor of tll kindl w.re he'd with inlreasod firmness, and In home ilatanees rutller better prices hare, been w lltailled. Flour ho, Enoliulled very doll, slid thre has loeen littf of more than a retail trade at 40U. forsweet Philedelphia and 33s. for.4 r. '1oner boing arll advance ofs to 3s per qutlrter i Illondon on whoot. yesterday, and higher rlc00S deot0ladod ii come.- po que rve here, sales to a fair extent were ndad ito count.ry dird. ti orolile t qofalitin e atoll a pdvllce of Id to d per 0 ItIs. IIc .other articles l ltrutkaiou. di LoNeON. Fell. 25. Cloei..WVo have Lto n. re111rat 01rmes0 ill tlhe wheat t,adn1durin6 the last week for EoglIlh ond trei.n0. the supply I lheig very ttil.!og. Theb tlrade f.r Eln01ih weas ,ri'ik ntl ad a1me of.,a to 3, from tli. day woee. and foreitn le halso 11met 1ln0o d.mlol th.n of lt t t l sb 2. adlneo. Flour bao h Iee lheor in req.lest tllli uof lle, and tholtok ol thle wharf 11 is tedo.ing. From the London Morning herald oJf Fi 27. ClT--'o.tuelqy Eovetin.g.--I1ouey'for oltlllerc.ial tdineoults has not Ilne ohtulnedl, for severral days pastl; I wilthout ;ving higher rote. of illteesl, 4and 1 v4 tlt i, 100o2.0 blokoers Iloove boeen willit.g to give from 3 tn 3i le1r cent.; blt ln tiole ttok ex(1.hangf, ronw1y to-day i., s !tee1 complaratively easv with refereoce to 4te rats given ill tle elly opart tf last week. Lo.DoN, F.hb. 27. ;HoNty oo1Fn.o'r--Ciy, 12 o'tlo --VWo ltove fPw arrivals Ibis Ilortilf, ntlI t .ile o.t.lineotI| I1pel0es o1er o Iittle to remark 40 on1 .e. 'The colmllelrcial tani0,,lr crbll ill Parit, do..o not posed] to its inbri)rll0 i e.:ts, ere |hooe which are the m1lot nwerful Iend best nble to defendI tllelerlpvs pL1ins1 tl.e lIoojll . ol'itheriu 1 1 Ilt, n lI he1rd of n sin-. 0le f4il1ur1, hllho.hI; 11fe whole lllall:llntile IOlallllllily is oreotly illeoonveoioo ro h tle colntiltr1il0 e Ilof tlli boooredit. 'floe excuse of thoe lank of lroonce for wilt |ollling flO l her cliellt, tile ust);ul n 'On llttlltoldtinll in Ilt wa1y 1 f i. colltso iso that (loverill nleelo t deplote, to 1 v.'y I tnr1 ll0)1tlll1 IhlaIVe bhtlo oillrownli1 l.lTl hler elIT, r, olud thtmfnro stir (000ll0lt1 extend her issus, I, without danger tdoo or saIilhlol. 'Toit ty be io valid sr ffllllle ll0 it r or o'roy t1 oo Iot is airlgio0 that1 in it ,, e-l f g l . ..t .. rrge.n...• ...y. Ilk, e e....., A n. . I..ir ht 1111111 l. little frot tio., s1ritt hlin of pruden1, 01ere P tile lubili ' rlat el i 1It sltnkr'. Itlem.[be miane ll)y lialt k o't is gIlel1 it r. 1 P1 0111,l 041 le thlll. l ui l elii ole hltl )rlire iel In .llt i.riot' Ill)tll he ruo n)1o stone, of [lhe hligh ;lk', but whi,.ll i; a,,V ru,1ved.Av al1nrn1 Billl. may mhoe exitetI, r11114 d a the dltill fur Hulion, hlin nlaln eased ; uIt d Dllt WSosllhlh ,- iog, til 'pre llt, Ito distlil : our c t1111. 1"l.o1DON, Fell.o"., A lahba1 a 5 pIe' ent. 1,00, 80 t8 2; do. i rlin 1111 )id 5 per re.t. 1859, 911; Illiiois 111 per ent. i7O1, 9:1; Indi 1niut .5 pr 1 celt. I1(0-| 86 ; tentlol:ky ti, 183,2 t116; I.ouili o.nn Strlillg olo..I,5 per cent. 1ll tIo It;512, 9 to 95; sr oon- oototos ioterlin. og.nds, 5 peor cent. itt 1511, 92; 04New York Stole Stockl, 5 per1 eit. 18415 to 1801,91 to 9t; do1. City Stock, 5, 1820i t1o I1l60, 88. to o11; O11 Stole IV alobk, ii per cent. 1850 to I:,1;0, 96t to !)8; I'onloYlvnnit tV Stle. toek,.5 per cent. 1851 to 156B.l 90 to 9:.; .lothl Crlotrna St.tate. Sltok, 5 per cent. 95 t) 9G; 'J'elne5p5o G ps. pl.( en. 1G86, 91i to 97; Viogioil; i per t elnt. 1814 to i37, 93; U. 5. IOoak S.ore,, 24. 15 1t. 251. LtIVER001, Feb. 47. eV e have noti llane t notice in the Cotton. alirket, whiclh cmlltilntlCS vaer dull, and if sides were )reRssed, 1ricr: wou~ldl no (Iu)t, i h (tin' eifitn lit FtutC I f IIIeIdIn in eon tole int".rior, lllateriilly decline,. I 'h ulgh with lhe re flirt daued import of Amtieieant kinds,and the still prevniling sell unecitini'tilIV to the re.lll t of that cropt holders h ive il minoiv"l to frcee satle, and our qut latnOllns remain the Iregi Nollillg doni ia nelw Flaxleed this week. Thle Ciornl bra inlilrket f iet; billt Iolderi tlrt e ini lotngtr"disponsed rto ft iltlr, 1 iill l ricetr . weet flour II it I l flUor 40. 'lur- e c ltt.tine declhl ing. toi 'l Tulbtil lo, no chanIlge t t l present rates; t111 demanlld nih is anlulldltle . io INew YRK, Feb. 2ii . t iin HoldTer of Cotton hlave to-dt shown more dtipini htillon In meet IpIIIr'hIIrs, nd I t decll line if fully bt ll cent br is readlily ctceded tIn; the lpertlllios howevr tli nlol Th 2 been sc hs Ist establish alto quotatils on which te- ape t petalb'lll ele. llliglht be. phweell. " e . 'trctUn i it rt/er diated I.ircrpool, Ma't re . P k . The Coltlon lrkat iit.te i firm thlis week, andi we 6 ei i n w tiv huh t i k fl, that i it 5.eto i illlrlOvS a ittlle, ri iwe slltll t ee n llilt l rii l rtlll.lill o hllll tle lrerllt rtles1 for ithe remaindelr of thle se.isll : 7d of 8 I-d m. be p considered the iir quotations l tir for Uplands; 04.u1 a i.ly U+exlr III+ IIllllhl li',)n dock oiut Cnf l tt,in l.ictrpool, t Itirt h 1. f 19 11,3!. 18-t11. '21i1,710 129,60 T,'! I V+ EHPtOOl,, ;'ridYllv, Feb. 9 C. u Thle d(ntanl fir Cottoiu has heen very limlued thro.t- di it I Ithe we.ik, and cnfied o th it na'llintmi 'i ll' c iin y 00l o"lhl+. Ithe Pnrl . Prices .re, hnw evll et'l ll ll lV Sul( pulll ) `L] andllllle 'oll ly R ldVaulll s hltltilll, bl h buyV IIn'I'of i 'i t i it l merilenuCt'l h is in tihe I nttmtnon and niddhle glitiets, which barely maintain the quolttionS of last week. i. "lls ,I'f the wle k mmolllll nlt01 ..0011 hallePs iil u I inC I()1lU tar .lnlerilImt on s lprr lntli+,u; 1101! ,eil Ishuln. 21 I-8 Io hl3ld; 1 e., "`to l'litihd ;o., 8.1 I,, 13d; ) 4 i390 pla, 7 3.41d m, Sd l 15:3) Mohile, ar'., 7 3-8d to 8 -Jd; 3701 New Orlcat, of it 6 7-'lt to 10 1-8h1. I. e have o chllnge to lntice in thie ctt illltrket, al which lonllllinulles very dull, llld if L(sales were pressed, l , 4. Irif''.s w tu!:! 4.aoi, t il doub t i n Ithe r t s t ti-nt it f ti rrdet ill " t1 interior, mlteriilly deCrline-''o ll witt the re- Ur dt wced impulrt 'f American kindls, and the still prevniling s" , nolteitiut a to lnthe resilt of ltht crop, Iholders lutve a Slltllive ll;,rt sales, and our quotations remmt llil co llllle as last week. n mitri4 fiirir nniitl 27. , iThe aules non Tlhrihayv las weri e (011 I gsIi;ridny ju !5 ' alltllldalV 4It1; Monday 31111; Tils 'Ay 15010 it g and I l.ay 4011). The demntd since nlast week rhasi ilenl onl ll t n rt It ; Illto ay there bas e( n i little llore (]nine; noi e rItces of tall deseriptimns remain arcady. t1, The week's impllorts amoullnt to '1;173. c le- NihtMAnRtH 1. pt S r ollon.-W- e hliav had mollre din Itlhis wvek, ull tlie c, lmalrklet lhas cosellntlly lpresented a Imore businessIIIIII' 18 likte appiearnce, with a steadier nlpect ftr Allerican " ry dcicrtittiu tltrices ofU which ar firmer anld inclining it IpJi4. fluor I.l. CIrt. . lif rn isi aund Egyptians are still &hbvvofsale, lhe Int h.s Ierare ,,lr,'d Inore freely eI ", di d.Clin. Inldia is I un.lealv in priee, nnd litlleoldoing. Spe;nlantora have :e, l;kenB 4,11' 0 b.dle, of American, tial(d 81N Curtbagena, :- and cXl)orteel 120 buies of ti rlal~el lli. 'IThe s:lies t) tlny are fi to 71100 habies of ell kinds, thel tes ilmrket I losing whll gret filnmncs. uThle Iort this t week is 311.303 agsg, and the. ales are 21,'40. I r l.() R-1500 barrels, inll lie sipping orelr, fI or. P sLEr by G. I)OrRSrY, npl 4 44 New I.ever. tt | I ) lsore, for w;ihe by (; 111)(1 EY, ,ril 4 " 44 ,lew Levee il.taken I.v canister, apply Ut II Itt)NNAI11I.'B Store, to aprl.4 corner Naulclt anad Tclmpitoula ln l b l ii " , t, .rlb ;, i ~ o ,r11 M1 11 ..... 1 .... ,-l,, _1i I.lll t . •nd , l , 15.n i hni. Irel l and l e n, ill ii r t .. . l. I Ill &HKIIA &IIK & o, 104 1la.nBins n bl .6 e i _ 'l 1 nl. 0y ,,, N "V OL:A.8 A.\lD NA.'ullsli.iL. iAIL 3 .OAD u+Osr COP A NiY. E" .l'rlfrlmhl hei hiniy i" D ir I heecediind of the; MaR-eslved, brad twines fanlln fo due Stckh less, - e thir sIto ai f, r nile l Illn a resouti unllldefll )llr idie y i Iclll"th day l u Mruch list, .a wll as tlhe nm:es of 1l1 tIIo.P aI chU Ilell IU sto lilltt !l. il tl)ck, he lni b la r l C"(-- 01 1.t U rIalelided Trlia le of ailllar I b.l+ tIIIl ¢hllck lr. I'USli & n.I.LEN, bky apIril Eir llllila, Ilolnol,cr on lllunlrl S i ('nlll laBnn tf ALT-fitly . a.ck li"i , it n [ t, names of till b)udhe secll,uuIraeleby LEII, II (.AlIk:, but upril I3 Cannon a d thLe,'Uwb --el, onissiippiu ci+uah Onke it met7, brt 1o "our ti , rer ,rid t ey To. LiA;n i1 K.1. n, .. ý I INh,,. .... re: iled; , . U01 ,, rle l eh , Illlna yLtE-- ,llJf , IL der- I u . a. 9.1r Clma;uit a Jl L.--"-3 -~ - ~--=)~lit TRUE AMIERICAN OFFICE. ject. Mese ---eWas il connection with this Otlice is a ity. A SPI IDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE F. C FOR THlE PRINTING OF Pamphlets Blank Checks sha Catalogues Bills of Lading e Labels, Dray Receipts, Logal Notices Auction Bills, who Bill Porms, Show Bills ber Steam Boat Bills Circulars I spec And every description ofJob Work thant fIst alny be required. sri - ed, TIHE 'I'RUE AMERICi N. i.tEil''I:) I. Jolaw ¢IKI-NON. PAITRIUL AND BOLD. oe NfEVW ORIEANtr Rn MONI)AY APRIL 8, 1I39. ia lT Should any of our Seh'a riers receive his paper pee late or irregularly, he would confer a favor by leaving s his nae and address at the ofice. a l TPTho new Council of the Second Municipality, ai will assemble at the Hall this evening, for the purpos:e oforganization, et 5 o'clock. be MAr. Lucius C. Dunean and , Co tauncil.--This No puinacious little gentleman is oets;ijton tihe Council of the tile Second Munipality in a most belligerent philippic, tra directed at Mr. Peters, simply because tihe Cmmitte, ofwhlich he is a member, frankly exposed the grossa and palpable mie-statements, by which Mr. Dunean hall misled many indivilduala concerned, and which he o as had thetemerity to make to the Council; mis-state- hn f mets reflecting on the intelligence as well as the eharatetr of the Council. al We publish to day Mr. Peters' card in reply to the lt fr;meius attack of Sir L.ucius, which althotgh written Ni t in quite a different temper, certainly (does more exent- Iti a ltion. i PaPoor Mister Duncann is now in a sad dilemma, from t whlielh h will find itdliilleli to extrilete himself with ht h i onor. he hI pledged himself to rise tihe public on Pr r exposition of the whole nfihir hlie allnde to, which will w disprv all e statemlcts of the Coimmittee, and ex- h Ipose the stordid cupidity ofMr. P.-while iMr. Peters is h lie not only ready to prv tihe correctness of the report, rs but pledges himself that lir. Dincan t-ill never make ei n- the exposition he haIcpromised. ii In nll thit linsilneis Mr. Dieniu ha h been lighting I- against the intere-t fhi unfilrtuntve'confiding clien tI,' Sby oppolsing an improvement that will greatly angment o the value iof their property ;--and as t is reasonabhle to sisuppose, that tt schil cases Inwyers charge no fees- r id ntlen can im gine that he is influenced by "sordid I hi cupidity." re CELE..TE.--Ihe fneasciting Celeste. whose witchery r icr cast such a spell over our oily, hns left us to fillfi a c hd rort eng gemestl in Mobile, when slit retiurns, she Itiy I he play a icw nilghnst one of the Theatres, prior to her i.v departure all the river. Il I ITFEST FOM itiXlCoII.-ly the selir. i(011, Capt. nI lBaxter, which left Tampico on the 28ti h tilt., we have aldvicen, clnfirnatory of tlhoei prcvioly received. S (tGell. Mexia was nt Tampico on the 24th ultimo, after eticompleling a great victory at''uspan, over the Central ;isIs, aId was wteiting the arrival of Gen. Urren, who ; was expected hiourly at Tamico, to concert measunres for fututre action. n. Ge BuIstamentei was tt Zula, dis tt liout 180 miles from Tamlpico. with the Government itl Trorips. Every thing was turning out in favor of the ci l Federalits--the army were in good spirits. The dire with Frane tilh Frncehas been settled satis fictorily. st, 'LrE NASIItVLLE i AILt RAD.-TIhe importnnce of i ronstllrutilg this greet work of inmprovelment, nreds no re frlther ldemlonstratiln. To the mlst olbtuse, it Inturt lie n self evident. Passing a. it will, through an immense .te rgion Ififertile landsl, whii , hitherto lying waste, or at most hut partially iullivated, will then lie ilnmedlirely °r1 brought into miarket and made productive. its benelieial ur- ellehts. cannot be prn!clnnlicni. It will ipen nK e avenne to trade. constant anid unobstructed. It will almost n-i and tnihilate time and distance, and bring pllaces now re moteIilnto close vcinaee. The pi.ist serison has can. *, vinced lmany of tlhe doublilng, that the navigation of our evnr broad rivurs may be almo.t, if unt entirely suspended, o lrI The ahollutl necessity of soell certain mIedium of tran I de- t sportation between the Wi-it and the South, was then praclic'nly proved Ieyond the poeihility of a doubt. we Thescarcity of western prodacr, of the .very necessa ttle, rice of lifi, ihd heiolllte veryi auioy ing, and tihe prices of tllI p'rovisions were really iieoroIsIIi , and advaincig ra :l .,y I ' \Yith ill these fitins tlring hlimn in the fice, we cnl fias we f't no little astonishnatiit, whean our Executive fr retaoerd thie hill to expediite tlei cineructian of the Nash. c vilii il Roaid antd for other purposes. 'The immnenset l dis:Ivantages, if not ruinous conseq lencers w'hich would 0ecclr c froma n Idlay inrrrrying it on-the impossibility at of indivaidal enterprise being enabledi to conduct it tl w.tlhot the coultenalnce, if not the ubsolute aol of the i Stale-the. aivantnges which would be experienced by I the ennetlnent of tile bill to convert the Exchange into a properly Ilunk, nad deriving in lieu of the conveieneaes site asked, a bo sicien to iure ihie cobllilatitn lib of thle rnd, and to make te State a large Stockholder b withot aone dollal's expense--nll were ecplained over , and Iover again, and were aplpreciated y the colllnity. Tile inditamit feeling which the veto of the Governor ji arousted, has displyed itself throughout tile State. In some places, we, unnderlt-and, his eftiay has heen burned, and his innow aend illiberal policy has been denoanced ill aihnost very quarter. ti There cannot ie a citizen who is not bllinded ly pr.I judie, or who has not devotedly bound hinit elf to the car of power and is willing toi be sacriliced to his fan ticisia,bit tant feel a lively inteaest in tie progress of this work. Thie veto of the Governor, in the face of a constituiional imjority of the representatives of the i people, laid they been all present, has suspended its continuation for a year or more. The licnds heretofire raised, have been ailmot or quite expended in constrtct- I ing the twenty miles thait have been completed. It caln not go on without aid. That assistance is alone to be toun I in the people. Those stockholtdes against whom such an outcry has been raised, in order to save the charter, nt'p ped forward aod secured shio amount ofsteok necessary to be taken. Their puhlie spilit cannot be too much landcd. They have repudiated from the first, tie idea that they intendet d to reserve lfr themselves thie right to that stock to tile exclusion of others who might desire to take it. They were always ready to dispose of any prtion, on tile oriinal terms, whiclh might be desired. At a iteeting of the stockholders on the 29th day of March last, the President of the tcompany wasaouthiori. zed in trand fer all shres enllbaribed for by the'original stockholdersloeerr ac d bove Ilol, the amount which hlad bpen paid on the eirplus shares, of one dollar per share' to ble ,;il d''l r , I 't'. lh t+: ,+, . ,, Ioloot es o,-~ ,u ii/. ans in ,eli .l n no, l tli" ralch .,i,. wlli lth t ill redm Ill, l , o i,'!, I . .oh,,il' .',+,+,e. 'I']+ r I Ihl, oillbr I! ' lt. I; o Ir . II " l ls"1, r I t, "o, t :,I IIIm Ell ..... " !I Iof the cork compited, that with the aid r .,,i.d v:.1 ,i net te i nt, dt rnf, l are nude, tIbo t, , !,+ t f " tline itrd is untla,,l .'he clic tclei n ,c,. iuvcsted--thl city ias like suml--lhe Sttockliotlders a few individual of enlerprize, have maade a small pay mlnat on their sltres. The prae of lthe State and of tile people of Louisiana, in invoked in the undertaking, and in tile langnage of a resolution of the eanckholders, a the abandonment thereof woun/d be a mortifyingt ae kowleedgemeat of the scant , enecg y and resoaters in the State antd tin ihatbiltanls." It will be seen from the. lllowig' resolution that an appeal is made to oua citizens to cole forward an' d aid tile enterprise. 'I here is seCarel-y o eiizen wholl will read this aticle thalt nnllllt Tlrd ton slbscibe for at lenilt tell Fstres-surel none Lthtcanlllnit ake and pay or at aot one. 'Thlie instalent of $3i nc actch share ia all that is required. The diafta, or paynents, will be very gradualla, alid wiho in this i.communlli ity ( tiinnt daring the year, froml his current expenses., Il.ild to withdraw plr at grent national lrpu c, lthe lum of It'll or fifLeen dollar +ion each shere ? Let samnle of the luxunrs anll indueleneies he lopped el. Trhey w ill neaer be iniesedi. and it dispense with tlhem will he conducive to heaioth. I.etl t ti. remembered that hlle living will enjoy the ben efits 1lth1 re to accrue, and it will tbe erc:ting a " mtn.a Sunialtuma duriue ure." Ia comlparis.ll,thu vsan pyramid of (nChtaps t ill k ink i insigunificance. Ilere is the resolution to whcth we would call par ticlar allenIt;Ion: '" ItRL=led, Th' t thi e united aid oi f ci r fTllo" rcilzns I Iy i sullrripin to Ihe acock of the I an tlay. andl a pa cot a te.ienoff flfri dillcra per shtreti win-i t inaree the complenlillll oi the roal to the at nki , otr theill Tue i pallo, nl thus stecure ah ilnntediltet return Oll ll e uut lay." ('ommi. e:, have bee. appoimled, nrull f each of tlh M1 lUiccip lhli-, ilolr itig I ii Ilhre personsi . each, folr tie. i ip p re of rtiri icg ihlcll 'i 'c the di rii uliln of thic acth.k a t uantitclt'J ond it tie i bardail d ICet ll,htly atl -h assistn.noe as they may deem ndviinble to ffoect the oh- the9 jeet. Tesee committees are, for thi first Municipnlity, Juts Messrs. D. Anugtstin, -I. Davis, and Dunflho-f r the , efri 2d Municipality, Meters. C. Woodruff, J. Berry,.G A. Pron Waggnean and W. Christy; end fiorthe 3d Municipal- cl ity, Messrs. J. I. Caldwell, M. H. Huffman, and W. theI F. C. Duplessis. tte lThese gentlemen are authorised to receive subserip- 2 ki tions for stnok amontg the citizens, to any number of the ti. shaler now trmneferred and not subscribed for. Again we say, do not permit this great work to be delayed, 7 when nn amount,wlhich, when divided among many, will ce be rendered so trifling, can prevent it. There is no cit- the iaen of New Orleans who has not an an interest in its day Sspeedy completion. and none who is interested but can st easily spare thie anmount necessary from his common wit fund. Consider that "every little helps," and no sub- He scription, however small, but will e thanokfilly receiv- sail ed, and willcontribhte to the general means ofearrying e3 on tile work. New Orleans owes it to herself to be ac- oot tive. We expect the mercantile interest to taken lively ( part in promoting the cause. Let it be seen that all the He obstacles wlich have been thrown.ai e way, eannot trn retar!l its alrvannement, or break down tie energies of a an jlligetor, enterprising and liberal communiy. he lRemln ber the fundo invested and expended on the Vit road are not abslrncltd from tile city. They speedily hie find their way hack again, and return to their nat ural channel. We cannot doubt the result of tile en present proposition; and those who take stock may feel g assured that the Legislature will come to their relief, ty, and place the speedy completion of the road beyond all F. speculation. it RESIGNATION of NrCHOLAS BloDLe, EsQ.-It will hib be seen by the following article whichl we copy front the North American of the 29th, flht the "head and front" of d the opposition, no longer remnains to nnny the admlniis tration. Nicholas Biddle, the eminent financier has re- Di e, igned the station he has so long, end so honorably and on ably filled, as President of the United States Bank of ph PInnsylvanin. Quid nuc? We may well ask of the Shmoefocos. Mr. Biddle must cease to aggravate their - enmity to correct principles, as he is no longer at the w nhead of the institution aeainst which all their ire has a0 Ie men lovelled. Hlerealter we may lhae more to say ion Ie this suiject. Thu Amner.an says:- ti "It will Ie seen Iy reference to the foleloing, hat c en Nicholas Biddle, Esq., hes resigned the Pegedeocyaf pi - the U. S. Bank. Rumor, with her usual correctness,is busy ill asaigll-i mttny catnus for tis siep --ilntr saely m it is onl' clirritalon to nlor soe tlhat ltelr IG ears ofen it " tire devotion to this inatitntioln as its IPresidrt, and alfter ith havingacquired a noame and fame equalled by few ,sr n passed by none, an.Ing tie linllncers of the nage, th'it lie E ill would wish tn i vote tilee reiilainderof lis dave to tile 01 ciltivntionofths lo brie its fur tile dollwiiv eIt ofwhiril x' is fine tnsto and wvell culivtcd nilld o enlioenlly fis is him, h rr In hIis successor Mr. Dunlap, the community rveog oile a olllon of sterling alilities-rourteous and concili- r ste anory manners-sound bluiness habits, and great proa lenve ald cuellnooeictiolt. \VWe dio not believe liitalnny inn indivi-iloiiileooill Ionve betll oceieleed ill ounriitvwene I eletil a oml hd ohanve given mnore general satisfaction than c that of iloe oow residelot has done." eat to We are lhilpp to announlo 'e tihat MlR. IlUCKINGHArr 'as - recovery from his late illness, is sufficiently estuablished to enable him to reumen the narrative of h:s travels in the Ioly I.and, to-olorrovw evening, and we refer the reIndier toi the Advertiseto enelt of his Lectullres on this sub a je, ill oeur paper of to-day, for particularsm.of title and place. lie] FIRE: AT V~.IeKSniUnG.-A iriendm, whoi arrived in this city yesterdae y infolrns us that a very destruteliv fire occurred in Vicksburg, SMiss. on Thulrsday last. about tor o clock, P. I. It orieiniated in the stablen in the ve relr of the Vicklsburg HoteIl, aunld soon connuniiated too the kitchen lfthat establlislllent, whic wits conoullled. fter Tile stailes,Ttnd all th1 e llllt frUIame residenio s on the tl back, were bulrned p to lhoe Colmlnercial Banak, which wais seriously injured, andll ans, lIra long tine, given os up for lost, The office of the Vickhurg Whig was in illlll i inelnt danger for some tinloe, nod we understand that et our tiend Mr. Clrble worked like a Trojan, lut for ohe ntuna fevelt fortibus,' and the gallant Whig escaped damnage, save a little dtnoieanomnt of aote of the types uis- and cases,&e. e have not heard tile lloss estiated, butl it Ist have been very considlerable. The fire is o said lto have been llhe work of an incendiary. no Thee "lGovcnor's permir,"' used inll atrllyis paper, oh should have read ".llyor's." Wle are under iany er seI ligations to Ihis di.boliel mnojesty for leading is into tiarat n unintended error. Badinag is very well in its plnce, ll but we did not ish ° lnmake it appear uiat our higlhest int Slate dignitary had to ilix his signet ring, to all burial processes. -no THE CAMP.-The l ntertinoments tiis evenin are for the ilenlit of the Mlunt.er Mir. Barrett,and this is the Loast Night of the Seson. Vehtveroneveryoccarion torne t.etitmtttoy to lIr. Ilrreo'oos xcellenc.et s gem -r tlemnln and art actor, and we are assured that the colm munity ito t ills us in our stiltntiotn o his tlerling lots. lilies. lie de;erts a hllrper. nd we hope I sce the )litle tao p blue to-iighl wi h be at' Si Ilhinm I close gloriotusly, with Ua lromis' of brilhat rr-dpening. .t f .e Card. ... Ao'. 1,01100)

S.MITE L J. ll''ETIl'I:ItS h a nna yard emanating trout rtie. L. C+. IItllllnal Iemnnoll tollill ol rennin prJ. ceedhlge ofth.' 8tecolnd Irlllitci plltv, lind ptlarlia arht' i1 l eoi t lltho h-,r"'otr I strers and landings, if which Air. 'etero in ao itillr. AIr. I)neun is pldned to deny tlhe truth of every' stntement its said areport ; alnd gives it Is his otpinione thatl sail repolrt was ilet for Ite sole puopose of screrening the author .rlo the jlust indignation oi' any itldividul, whon se rights and lpoperty havel been gt.s ly violaoid. Dlr. Dlneian,l so, is pleased Ito state, tht it wasat fir.st his neltion to pre sent it dtailed statemeint ,o the roceedingS of the council, and speciallv of the nco hlit(n olr Peter+, in refereiee to tle nrot ltrd street but thlst ni rellectiou hle has detorlnilneid to pilotpo itt i ulnti troftr the.ourt shall hluvo decided. Ile aiudes to lase insinuations, &c and consures the colncil for !lav ing, uxtnpined amln acted on a Ilutstion now belbre the jtu lilnil tiltltnalo of ithl eountry. While hMr. Petersis not willing to admit the right of Air. I)Ouenro to hold him res onsible thrhisrollicial 0et0, i which lit was his drlty to exlose I nipr ireslttions I.tide by Ithat gntdinl tel, clt chlled tot impuir tie mon fidece of thie pblin in the clilnne oil- d to ause to bI prejudged rnfropre'ln' by tho public ond tlo counrt - nein u t hen c a id M o w btt e l elo hJudicial o ribunals, lie dtc . I estte on this onctsin In take o all the re slntsiil ityl and will prote to the ntire n rti.efotilorl orf te. iDunton, the aorrle~plato ofmvri otllegatiol inn ih reior alloel to-ihu.ns it non y ic e oI.t dliht -iflrec e. t I Dunernof eft rio ea id triert, Itiit whi1h f1aeri !iutos Mr. Peeshs n tenieyeaie h gre wil nott a ari th relattie towhortn. t h ntetriallyv. It i. notl itlprobable tht Mr. IJlUiticn has ho't+nnt better informed Iit to tiltl ftlle tht were aO l record in ihe dis trit cOrt tsd iti he uOncil, oil th at such ilforltion hoshad solre inlhllete itl deciding him to ithhold for the reent tihe levidenu, h of the " ollpohle M ttd In the cord, Mr Duncan llnesxu the corunil or rther M r. Peters, for publielv disccssing a question now be. fore otie eollrt. This licttssion oohw out orn emori alc signed by himself-the council did tot act on it the tnoeaot it was presented, but teoordiog to its rules re forred it to the pprr tiotle eromdnitte. Csr. IDoeoe, inl his pehttonn for ot1 ioojUtction, commlllents wit stome as perity on (he tieh ltllneOOe that Iti. notuneil hald not acted to it, orlid haod, il dfiaco ol it, onttined toopen Rh1 street. Mr. Dmtan is essctd, fulrlther, to spoo1k otf baoe in sirontiiui. Air. Petrt has rtteltivelr etamined tle report, and oo find ntln ng olitc whlclle can aoppy tihe tLerm. InsienrtiOto wtould sr ae UCouecesr.rr, ctil ou ifdnreintt doo..t .... ro th.er ilaogoageo is .an e quivocalu'. M rle. Dtnon allud-es to the ft-orknt thit ioon fet Crise toi, rls aloconrro e ntitne calsed geroat solicitude to tie goentleman, tlhat ir. Pters will h beneotitted by a ý ers "o J. t, 1 titit. Neithr of tn "mak tiety. 1u u :.' of , a~on e : I i tle cour t, t of l totd s otr yto it-ti hJoJ it ''too , tito~ I~ coll t Itttt , ,iioln ot'o.l vide iltort "lha V m +. t Ny, whe r..Il.ough' sinu-ar rhepolced ;iv thri,, ITi roit w hroitt Ieh gioas n" scht oli.rero to Mr. Dthl IiPut not nAcrE it 1l.ohel tryititip ir nlultic- ot tony dotoeott;lt:' rndirou iiost of Ihe ( nt),r nlltr saru trond lto iAt.o re has tworiariichy mghthor b eited to dtig ttrtttrtlt'oft"l foot o gcrorooet trr otit iea f,,r lltet or htnis t,.oroto til 11111tt[ttto iltl boiorrpr setationo I nur io sordidtu i'otditv." No reort wicll I uo t ivet su grottiod tihntt Mr. P Dlnr - by tte capos wors lttrt arscotttib r protttim tioptt hc ltuit:--tndlito onlrretlnir ott dite protsocinisf Ito Nothotld A.tlttrcipolity, "'tillo ore o'rthdihre dr, r osr tieoAter Drc.iz l fo thet reIs of hsli culls,lhal lt;sle land to"ifu dol; llmrpesnaionl Ie Nor ne..ldll b Intro prultll.ed thenlMorl.i eteri blyth I e d m ri ii t t fii tl l t ot n t lt t or ft htito d e oio o o o lto trttc p t it y , serer appear. [ Amw Dtreenst, April 5,1BO'g. 0 Recorder'r Cottrf, SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police and Night W\Vtch, April 6, tIf39. . (rlou..tgtn, .lats Itrilthes, Vh'o. O'Coennr--rrrested fior hciog dtrulk--ltischaurgedl. Jatuns +tlttltl'cl. Jolt Iloieh, t;e". iioylt--arrtled by Ithe tI rnr Pic, ur sicou.s r'ilcntsrirceS -- ,k cotmmitted Ior 30 days. Chltrles MtDonahl--arrested for knokhg downo J De hurt, ortd robbing hitt of $9J0--Bourtd Cri'ttinal Ciharlee lierny--eretred on o dtlllorttotl nni suspitcins tcirlat-Ilitoetrioed Ito be vuucled Ibor. Fort Btt.Noto Aitt'otES tND M|INTEIDOr,-W+. ire ( lays tih" New lork Jourerll of (Jllnnrere,l m on-, I, i ti cii r fr on t tlnt:tevidt l it l Jt tn. 19, nici It lost Ayres papers ht Jt.it to. Neithe, of thenl makes ttny ylll u nl tito a tn en trtet-hd I onttnrrdnltl oifinert ou Ay0l Itv ithe ote lt.h The Rill Janeiro letters cottlttlltliin. g 1 ol evetuno eithlnr toving titn ploaoiel, tic belhg o sito tio tikt latce, were dtittol Ftb. I. ('ntt . Keuttt rt,, f tith h+r't. I o. Nv t,, w l. broughtitl itt il lr rte"O'lt, lnt Rio tit tillsue dol e.+ Tt.' I' l wU shipiotttrfint.l ts ett htircoo Ayre.Ih, th ltilphtntttt l MIAt levido .. LUOtNot , tAvits Joi,. 12.--'l'he tujcica 31crcntil, of hte 9th hnst., eCotteins the copy of a deepntcht frotll Dloni i.nn Pablo. Lopez, Governor of Seal Fe, to tile utie gate iGovernor of the Provint, giving.all account of the defeat of a htdy of OIl In tdiant which had itvaddo , ilte Province. '1 he Itlians had 100 killed, icccloding a Ca CIlne andt Cepttsin--tic cattle they aod tholeu Ill tinto the hands lt the vicltor. Tihe loss o tile part of the latter was 2 killed and thllree wonlted in tlhe divisioh of Buenos Ayres, ecommanded by Col. Hilario Laos,o and 2 killed and 16 oligttly wonoded of the lantla Fe Mili- e tie. frieoc VEKY LATE FKU .L La AND. Ie The packet ship Roscoe, t t New York, bringe advi- d aI cos from Liverpool to the28111t February. have The subject of the Corn Laws contitnued to engros Orle the attention of bhth housaes of Parlianent. On 'Foes- Otto day, the 191h, Lord Brougham, in tlseltouse of Lords opan after presenting several petitions relating to the Corn tpe Laws, moved to refer them to a neommittee of the whole sap; with a view to hear evidence at the bar of thie House. recel He accompanied the motion by a speell, in which kIt IIte, said he was prepared to prove the facts alleged in thl I.etition by thle oath oftle petitioners. The motion of Loed Brougham was negatived with Sdivirs motion, ro ppreension of polititrou On the ate dy, ida Ste Housrlinge ofds had risen Vi-2 per ier moed a e still ion forfeide wheat at the bar of the Hexpilse, on the subject nf ili corn laws. Alter a po d nalted rod earnest debate, tile motion was rejected by t vote of 36 to 172. The London meoney cmarket line Imen eacoes ly ty Ieavy. Ceo and have latlen srince the defeot of Mc. Sir Vitlit r'e motion, frot apprehensio of political to- re ies. American secutt ities were in more ative deand. F A lacre bluinsa had bceen dote in United tates tot Dha share at 2 yo.. Florida Sterling ponds had risena per oent. Cat I The ports are still opent for wheat at ile nominal dn ty of int of hllce young wheat plant, says the London Mark Lnoc SExprets after e tiergices nfn its recent coverige! of sntow, looks strogand an ltly ; d a far a tie year liea hi heri proceeded, every thing is g.ing on fimvore biy; it fact, a mare as picilou winter ians rarely been excmrieaned ; ad soutenld the spring and smih er prnove Teqaally paropitious, a greatcrop iei wheat waill e pro d arced next nutenmn than for many years past. The Lvondon Age at tle ath Febradonry aysle S It is with deep regret ei state that hiu Grace tle Duke of Wetlington was seized with tn attack or palsy a on Friday and ctntinues seriously indisposed. Four f plryll ciaa t ep with hs grae acen Friday night. aIe T Ihe confide t al messo ge of Go. atrfieollC, on the si ject f lthe timber depredaticaons, h od re thed Ladon, .a-thatilteft thtl atltsell u chi message hai l been seet with thle conjectures oi tie N York and Bostie press ac to its tenor ant o ll jeot. count ofnn iult ah to have ae l oered the. ri- a tioh flag by the l'rine dte Joinillec, w was the officer at ecomntanding tice corvette on board which lieh Mexican of ptilt drlaggecd by force from lter the protection of Ithe is British fltg, was compelled to steer that veosel to toe ly mrdcer of his own eootrtmen. Tihe Licndon Morning l erald designates cte as nil ail of ili teost iatoletl pre 1. Oe Fridvay, iFebruarcy tld, o iar Iloosal olf Inrte, tie - c Earl of llllia o said, that with reference to itIe selzunre eto fite cilo board a British packet Ct Vera Crcillc, t deo enIt leic I had been ceivei from Comcldore Dncglnas, ntnextrcct rnc t witch wihithepernitoioon iticlccttethi he would read. ThIe dospetcht was dated tlie 21st atnf Deeemher, and thle galliant oefcer eaid-- I have receiv - on thle sucject of flla pitlot token outi of lice Jlriti-Ih y ket.h was entirely ct mistoke n tie part if' tithe. rfinei de Joinvillea ] the ltoellr Adcmiral hiid made i a at tcocni catioin tle sunbject to tile French govern Thlie appointmnlt of Mr. Tnrten, by cLord Dtrhalm, to gnoe 1ris ton very ca lnlted deblte, icl whlilt h od Iot redc Irccugl look tcnictcrt. c give ca specimen ocl his caustcllstreatment of an tllerrnption. I lord \ViaccIclow--cic" cie riar c i l it ccar!" tic. tion'tocirotmc . (Locl iccch icir.) Nw, I wish cc'1 uto iliderslld a we cll io Iar slt l acto 4ici Irlcc1,m to well ts lnderstanl d alll nd 11o digest a- well ao;l ntpril relhed --oIt xe reis+ ymlr excelle lhtlle+ ttua Lrsllld Cg uo well aI yonr goo)d e'ari; ald thalll wen you hllavc done that, to te Lord ticrlihoc appears diaily to ,,e rteling the l, tier of Icrc opp ccenls. A great cclccpocccic to conciliateo tat Iite aiC Cry n rarent. ce Thlere aos on explosiion of fre-dacp inc one of lihce io cool mines oi f CCnlnl Cr it, It tile ilro ccl t teln' rey, icy wh.icici23 persons were killei, cIcld ,evrel wound telel. It leldcrred il what is tolled the "\ciccm Ptiltg Icand was ehcllmtse" by tn boy en....ng. hle . .ill w ..... Ionunprotec te Great activity pre-ailed in tlie sac al ports of Fracce fitting out neccxpeditimt of troops ceclast Mexico. cc It is asserted INuscic ithas dcenmanded explanations re cat tive to the andclision of a itPolish Genral into teIhe Bcilian service, consideric g it nn net cttolnrmttnicing t peace of Ifcuccpe." MrI. O'"Snllivn de (iasso, tice p rlc Cherge of Iteiegino at Vienn, chas, inc c ence of p tlhe saeno, received hie pacsp.)ra and returned hu,me. dl 1ltotcc.-llchere ict cIc longer cll ci c d cictllilla it is the ilo'nctccitO l ocf leohici'+ governmentllttoll cIcocicll ct titeh Slrra gel nell t lllcll.clei c it byf ile lcve Power c, o-,d llha thus thea qunarel with olland will be nleriu ted. pe, TIL LATER ' c nco E. ANct.- tie notier arrival, ch- t cf lice eiiclweil hac e ic cicic11 dcihrc fhicr ins Inter, l.ivnr .ol to the ,',1 reaind Isdnn to fih IeteI March. cto 'he icolieolecnhcr proceedi.tc. were not intremadc. oecccccr.c.ticcc'alfcmrdccc -right bill hal passed to its esseecccd reoding i cr-e t. uf (.1)111Com1o11. The x. cntioncof c eliciri l c rcionerc inc t'ccccdc, hao been se'er tcecsce l tilcr t eliccf Ih l lih ie tenx , l limH rc c ir. 1gil c lt l ceci-c ent cc f icie pec c coc.cf i clclccd. c be - l tai-e cc ce te peelage with cctlc lcccc ot c ecroo l,'cr fcccccc 'ececa cicppcintcd I ord Loctta clcicct of recinclc. "t 'h ."i .hc tc tt i. o f ~em r lc c c c d il h e ll I ia r I in Ia id- hv ccIc 1o (.,.rloý nml hio minion ltrohl ut t '. c tella, ic.eccc firccccc icc all ih' cc .Volting ,h'caiic . FOIR NEW YORK. mhhnes Lmo of I'alketa. To sAilon tile 12th itst. T'yle! news, eleirtt salt vrott' lot ceilint panektt ship P.\Nt'I'rlt iA, All.he. mtsler, in b I will suit as ab(,ve, For irilght or C assi e, Bening tpe ire ec el oatite, t ply to he captail ol board two tiers below wth V9egtet t Market, or to ap' A (:()I I N, NL 91() .OtlIton at.in . 011 l NEW \'(hoiiK. To ,et1 on the ninth. - a 'rhle' Poatket ii NOIi\IAN)IIx, Capt. Trynoll, Wall nts u200her rn (tlonll tl conplete leer cargo fur freight f whiedh ofr premloer nlp-. n8 73 Cnn11p at ITThlle brig Eoprles ;,r Iiltit ore is Ow dinclmrg ing llSe pine PIst No N1. 22d iunilcality. C.crsirnees arie I)rtiolarlyh requmested to attend 1 t he reCeilet of their goods .11 tlle o rvee. a8 o L I o AIE, 93 Ceoinmen st Cl'l Y BAiNKC, New Orleans lith April, 1N39. KT A leCtingH ofh ' th etard of Directorse held li . Day, rile Itllowing IlResolutioun was t l y.lly adonttell, viz Rebolverl, tlat nl nltea under renewal in hoe Ihenk, mnay le renewed Illletilte first ly if I)etel itetext, oa thle ullyllet lyfr llrtaillllt llof 'onlv per eellt, anl thle u1lnu ldit.eOu lt. 'l te boarl of ireclors re serving lthl right to retaire addi tint sOecurity in tall ecawes, wter they mny elem it I~teaury. a8 It J PAI.FIL'EY, Cashier. * alilseedoil &c, now laiding froml ships iarson and Re hlicun, 500 kegs Union Cnmpatny white lead, pottet, talo ill sitore (01) kegs I.ewi' 'hiuildellphia white loud, 2:000 gallons l.usrrd ll of esuperior qiunlity, i tierces and barrels, for sale by JAIIVIS & ANDREWVS, na8 crter Conmae n b&tehonpitonlla st MIt. BIUCKIN(HAM'S Leettres o P I tihinen l, I b reslnmed to mnrrew eevllisng, iell ile Preasby ieria ll Clhure , p id le I.arh etto -runtre, to colnllteine t hall past 7 o'cloak e txatly. Tiecketr--Adults $1. Milr 50 ieta. 'Puopil, 25ets. to be liitl o It Levy, corner otf Benul e tand ( hnrtres stn--i'J Bertte, a7 Camp et,n aItd i th e dledie, a8 SPPEI --40i legs Wenavery tninutera pepper, in P 0tore and foran hl t8 SIIAI.&. & lBROWb N 9l6 Magaznina a 1PE (IIM CANIIS-410 boxes various br1nda, in slore, ll fnor sale by an SHAI.I. & RROWiN, 96 Magazine st ,. t i , Geri.t aR , r ieol.. e.,li ee, t- ti pin lesl 'ritl g.'ilta elrrto 'a erra.ted op r t lr t fia:eor lt ,,entt hit T 'ee a ii t Ue S-!,bilisle llme tu e thii ltet of t lh l . . a 1 ille " ,|i '1 .icaI to canll at tile corner oa Ntltchu Ottll lnit''c.litoulna st, salnil Ilreleennted with a fair Sattpl1e ,Tf any varnishl they may wish to try. Amongst tlle varnishes are h.e coach Ne.l1,warrlltedl rt to :lllnge event ilt builing water. The hhtek varnish for stores ntd Htenal Iollt ctimnties. The transltreant vroaish without atmell, &c. &c. at I IINNAIIE!L. $10 REWARD. ABIOENT'.EfD herselft last evening, the slave del MA1. lY JANE, ahotat 20 years of n,.', and re. nhttrkaolv wlhite fer a sin., but whlen spokelt I hasIn le accent of t itnlgree.. L4 tnutpposed lie hnia )eell a. SticPII InWlny kv ollle wlIte teroln.ll Tiei 11t t reward will be luid Ibr lher t prehensi, on nnlpelientioi toe n tt \V COLI.EITtIN. IlIOl.ANS & 13( -1 .'d-3(li0 :ses, eneoprising a Sexateaive oasorno nelt of ten'sad 5nti 's kit ) t me ruIsse brta et.t ett' nciaittl a tkil t - att inlieR, min. sea, ana chilree's pi,,pst, shpis, ctlip.rmr", ntii Ihakie lies, for .,le by 11i Ill It;it: &, ICt ni. 1.1a Ma.zin,.'.t DI tawitm ofI h Ldllisia 1 ,ttrv ni3s-I i 17.t 5o' 31 J103-t41 173351 7-727 Y I'O T Oth('ROW $10003 !! Cell'ilel Pf. z. 4,1, 1 Dollars ! l0 Prises f$tti00 it $10,000! ! S l'icketsi onv 9 50. it 75.ulnmrs--12 Irawn Flallota LOU SIANA LOTTERY. Authorized ieI Act tf Legislatue. Clmtrt XlIl, Ianeseetldtttltl.1,l182. i.Chn-t Iifitrl08:3J,to le d t "I'n'rla., Ap1il 9. 18.., at o'eluclk, 1'. 11. at the Exclmlrte,, Ilotwl, r31. lparlett. I). .". (illI'.lit;ORy .. teeeaamnrs to 'A TES & . tVTqg'RIg., hettagers. ItI ICIF$CIHOAl. 30,:111 Ptizes, altnat'g to $I136,!13 'I'icketa $1'S5--Ilulvel $195--tjnarters o63 I'atkaea onti6 tieketl fel , .. tt wlrranted to draw at lenet :$311. Ster-n itn proltrllon or tPackages uno ittglu 'I:ckl.lI. tollt v tit 'Tlee Mut .-., rat }l.i. ", altilf 3I Calteol leol,a tl tn Cttllllltt. Camp ISM. "Thearle. •'frat Night of the eaoan ! |! tingi 87?BENEFIT OF MR. G. BARRETT ffthee Thin 'I'HE MANAGER :?C Beg. leave to return his warmest thanks to his friends and the puhlic for the very cordial suplort re ceived at their hands, during a long and arduous season. ie feols gratified that his efforts to maintain that order anl decorum no estuntihl to a welt regulated theatre, haye been promptly ststained by the public of Now Orlenns. Anited be the experience of the past, he Brt nasures the patrons of the drama that no pains will be Seal spared to make the ensuing campign one, which, he Ti n topee, will prove deserving of their approbatioti nd oupport. In taking leave of the communityv which has received im no kindly, (thtoough a strangor,) he cannot do O better than to propose on the occasion Of closie the the Theatre, AND OF TrHI Hit LAST BIENEFIT, THIS EVENING, APRIL 8,1839, PI" Will be preeented the Comedy of TIlE 1RIV.AL S. on A Trip-m Bath. With the follow f g powerful Cast. Sir Anthony, lMr Farrec J Bob Acres, J S Browne con Fnotlkland, IBrton David, Holland Who have kindly volunterred their aid. ed Capt Absolute, Iler G arretto Sir l .o ts O'Trieggr, ireene Mra Mnloprmp, Johnaon (Au played by him with decided success at the Tre- [ monlt Th'leatre, Boston.) L Lydia Languish, imrs G Barrett c Julia, Greene After whichl A Sketch from Maeainger's c'nasical play of the ROMAN ACTOR, ilu Vindlication of the Stage. Paris, the Romnn Actor, Mr Barton Mr Johnson for tile firat time in New Orlenna, will sing in imitation of Mr Wolod the celebrated song of A S"houhl lie tUpthraid," 'To conclude wi t the Force of THI1EIE WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE. Sir Charlen Racket. Mr G Barrett - Oitr Itrugget, Johnson I.lndy Racket, MIrs G Irrett lMrs Druggett, Anderson BILIJNT'S COAST PIIOT and ll.towdirch Navig'r rI S tor, olso Blunt's Nnautical Altacnr, flr sale by S Dl I) EI'T & Co, 21 Chlatret at t liled 1l.IIINT-I ydtnulic cetrmnu.l und illciedl planater, ape ) fur le by " a S & J I'P WHITNEY, 73 Camp t erg C - O baFl,11-I] hugs iluvaoarulle, for s hlr byy ta S & J I- WIIr'IruEY,73('ampnt ke N AII,!-:lllnl hkga 1lon.stiln nsuotl ror d srizes, latl- Ni inlg froul ship Stah,, hor erralleu (G a'R S & J P WIIT I'NIEY.93 Cnmp at 3ASTE- IRIACKI NG-O2l ases Puslo blacking day u Norcro I I)E b ra 'l. , 1:1r llagarin it ANIUI'ACT'IJbI) Tit I1ACC(--15x I boxna Iu, i 1 ILI, . 6, aulnd 32., ofv ariull bermad' anuld lirirO,du for sale by I y 1 IiI & CoI `Co, an8 1:14 l llttzione st Druiuig of lie Grand State Itlnrv (llhlas21 T 47 i.1 12 4-143 29 69 711'0 56 "I old THllS DiAY. I Capital Prize, $15,000o Tickets only $4 00 no GRANI) STATE LOTTERY. IV'I' CLASS No. 24. AuIthorisel I the lr gislanlur of ll I the Slate. 'ITo be drawn April It, 111341, at 6 u'lh k b I'. i. at lishop's II tel. '1 r S I)AVIS & CO, lanagers. Nor 75 Drawn numhller-- 12 I)rla Iallurts. bocu Splernlild Shleme. Ca 127,214 Prizes., at,ulin tol $19r,433 n 'ickets l4 00-1hlveu, 2 00I-Qurters $1 ll Packugrs f25 Tickets for l$1011 Oil warralnted to draw vd at least $10, lac, kaelms of :l.5 lnIf Ticketsi t $10 (110, warranted i ll hraw ft hlnlli $,4 01. 1'+H'll ' ng" r of 2IS re a (l.t.r. . 'l'ic ketl;, $ II5 0 , urr.l... . lu t l\ ,w t Iv, l , o $14 013 l For packages ofslingle ick.ets, p lV at fthie pl lMANAGIIlli ' 1OFFIC F prcE 16 Clhartres st, and at the iorlneur ofTIt l.oui andl (llr- Ir ere st.. un CO0II'T1l1OI,.ERI'S OFFICI',2d M'NI'II'AIlIY. N:Ew (tul , na, Apri it lo 1, 9311. 7) 111.IC nruliice i+ herelty givn u l tlua, alI-ola', dIe tliunt. i ll at 12o'tlac v Iwillrn, i (ttl, utvm I 0 I nicr, to the hligheP i bIidder, 'lipalnt e lealser, fram llli he I tlh fl ApriI llt il4 t 1IlIh ll eP i ienlll tt r lnext, f Ih t t- fl luwllu l ý-utullll il Ithe ltill " u fnlll, vi, : S No. I, nat thei llll lt of(:at l r r. , (Iviirtr Fit : , Pydra, " 4, Gcil, 5, " Jlllial ,Ii, " Dolol rd 7, " lligne " S I, lat thle earner of mirk' luaire 'L& the lrae.l le . 1, ltl a i nlt l l' y sItI t', L li nl p Ihts lJOHN I 1,1111 N, ICo, p rollrhr. Y 13J ll (l', ] l lD lll I lN'l'llt ll llil!. r. Ill .' toli t. l: ltl a In tli rlli", r-1 I 1I IIit h 1'lrhran,, il i vri. 1 3.II1 .ý V141 Pl IIIlli t lnne lo' Lon ii b ' b ill. ionnl, alrodr t r utt uit h A N o . I, t I r p rot i . ht i rt le d u (a' ll lut . 4, " ,.' 1,i .7, 5 Julire lItf, " I rle pa 6 7, IIolli , II, al cevin de la ie du \c arch6 et Lev(,o iIt9, 'I rue de. N r Pniltutr ir it tire fail l ilr e. r losu . A ratia t aciou, 1 "1, 3, et - ntuii , A Inr do jour de1 I' 1jl dic lton, JOIIUN CAI.IIJI.N, p, C Contrroleur. t. OFIFICE O' Tilli,: IIIIIIAN'S INS. Co. of Anthony I Irkerr, 1. Spongeruhrg, JuuterFllioir e, I uneelr . S lijhlhiltnulh rsr t A i ll l ili r lalt, llllill. I elltle lln wo L ,is lI) Dewera, Samuel Stewart. O Andat a melting of the Directors hldti on the Eve Sing of Ithi intnl pn h, Irr Anlthronr LPrker,d it, Jmuo Sntockton, InspectrJf Vessel, IIMne, &c. nd re EL Tracy, Secretar II. II i, el 4 uil li t lUI)w1E IA C SIMPAGNIEP SIINSUtANC 1 DES POPIIts o e E lIe Ola Nows veller Orlena. nt .toI) rS \ roolrller Sl utlct rrl atri I t' tel1 ,, I :A 'Assembleo idensSOInseripteIrs de ,cIo Instillu h lio, lUonT Ie preulirr ruluraul, I 8lrsruoiruuuuo.f itull aiul clus L)ircllr dc irle Colnluuiglie- : itiearg lledfrlrd, SIt If ll lnei, Anthony Parker. S Spangenberg, J IF iseoe 3 Kurtle, S (0illi'lrhm, men - L A W Huline., I, l1. lI.n: f ll CF Ilozev, J N llurwthorn y 1) I)ewnrr, S S,.ewar. F ee A t'Assembri, I dlsl Direclteurs 1tllei Io srir dull le colndo clllrnt, it lir(urga Ilrllflrll diulil olnutmb Pibidenlt is 1) S Wu\Vldrll Iullrteaullrlto iisao ¢ 8 J Srolrektol, lisp:elteu r ade lliraCeea, etc. in Avril 1, 1P.9 E I. TRACY, S r4-d Secr6Ltaire I S0I1u CUPE-00 lbs IbI Colp.,r fir tile by Ma Al1 l1)"VFRIUX, apred 4 31 Trehpitablns sat it , UIit. f Cl.J I'flI .i G-lO cerP, ciliprlaang a va ie rielv of kinds and quulitice, atldptad it he reason,n fortale' by I R1(II)1G & Co april - 134 Magazine st I' -" l '' l' , IRTNERltSIIIP-Te a xistiag btwetlli Ihe S, ' - ' ·, .I '.,- KrI:ly ishis dll y . 1.ll persons having de. '. + " -'' , rr.e nt them lIe o n ,hi tte ' ' ' ,: o r wtill Iiquila tl he ~ir·F E F FOWI.ER, 'WM II KELLY. IIOlU, K'S I'ANACEA. imIt lIS r rerli raithe b las esrt higlhly ar'urceshl in a lIr h . cure of lhe fallowirg rIinses: ynltep.pni, liver ing dia.sula,indigrtioll, ilt ofappria lirruarto aractioae, taut catlttnto l eruplillts, aeoirda ry Syphilis, ' rlraturial i. e&a. aru generI drliliry, sad i II otherla di.reais ar usiog froatl ilpurily of hea hlano; it is pariu:llarly rcrnl. Inr.aledt ,la n spring Ind fall mnedicne, to renovate in, paired trit~lll itlo. trl It is ealrtrlltrly nrg eaull to a nkb, r ae.mlilg in t.ste tu rich cordial, ondlbehig lul it aeruhlr uu1uot-. the tion, l aly be takeli whit prt.tFl afetyl' y y Ihe ioll doli len- ate lperios. ard A iupply of lle abovle rereived antl fllt r sle by S SICKLES & Cu, I)ruli.ls, april It 4h1Cnnulal an JE.WEI.IY, ATl' WHIIIoESALE. antI I M. IIELL, No 16, Clartlnr st, lills this day rr Scelved i flll assotllenl of Watcher, Jewelrv, klr iuooni, Slertarlra lll ri (;ilts Ware, Ihley will le uflr aldtt lrp lowet aluturkeb prlie. ultl 1 _ TýIT(icI --The a Purtitnrihii exittirg btrarac, i S sn hcr ra oa th r lld l u uhe iil l rk, Iral liri , 1.18. TIre rtiit. of lih lirn will lie use Iby Edatodr Yorle, in Ihquhhltiulof uP Iaulhirr. - -_1 1i_()11111, iICE-o f licrrcer, flr sole fly altl 5 AB IIt1.\lI1 'P'TIE,1 Chltlres at )l 1110, IKa ntstky' and Ildiiaila lMuk Nles. flr rle _J hv G I)()+SE¥, palr5 4-1 New Levee III, v-.C(I SilllE$--.l: .,,csky r ...ll.-hiu.;l. car.d in H rlttee, .-t rur [u " I 1016 Y, r Ir S II N llNi'1e .IAr l by rt Gta ai IIe, . h OF de~ a , X'lI1, .11 1 aII lIl. , lif r n 1 l rulaIga. oll,:itclltrl urtrIeIri-iril r ii Lrrrlrr Y r It IlulIl .ir.Slprtte , I'lltlil ,, 'Xr TO\\ , 1urtit (t.lkrtb il lt urlaur aia-Ij.r'i.ir-iiu-rl \ uulfar rTrlrI.. l n ar olul u itllld -iiud t Iudi:,IuIclu . itll\ I ST.1 CHAILES THEAT'RILE. lC1'l'iIi p tllilc iar rcip eltfully illfrwed that Ihe dis ingtislied 'I'rugnilii. ir E I'()IILIO:S to riaengged for iftee nights, and will nmke his eighth appearance rhia Evening. This Eoesdng, April 8, Will be presented the tragedy ol BRUTUS, B f U T U ,, The all of Tarquin. Brutus, Mr 1 PPorre.l TLeroPs, elartI Thais J It StelM Toullia, Mrs Du' 'Tarq.ini, Harrison Overlture, by e4. Orchestra To eonclude with FRIIIGTENEDI TO DEIITH. Phnntonl, Mr J S B rowne Sir JosRhu Greyboard, ' Farren Eatily, A.lr In Bar_ NEW BOOKS. E. LVItA, or the Noboh's Wife; by Mrs Monkland, I/ in 2 vols. Jack Slhppard, No 1. by W II Ainsworlth, to be complete in t ports : with cute. Converrelious on Nature and Art: An ilenrestiag mild vhlule volume with n imeroes clis. Just receive nIA . ALI".X TOWAR, saril2 A 4L Camp at -TO MERRCHATS. ITJMERCHANTS can hare a IlEUTFUtrL CtIaCU ran struck off atlfour hour Norcc, by enlsag at .re Compling RIoom of TRUE AMERICAN I'atranTro OFraCe, St. Charles Exchange, aldjoning the Rlro. an Room at Corner of Gruvier street, r at the I'inl ing Omfcer, coraer fPoydras and St. Charlesn oeetil. LAW BOOKS. POTHIER on Obligatlslo Stepheri on Pleading . Oliver on Conveynreesr I'oller o Executions (ilw on l'rtnershilpls i oiblnqtr on Equity Clhcev's lMnrriign Igiighls; Gould's Pledilng A new slpply of the above,rlhs day reeirved, hy _li l2 ALEX 'I OWAIR, 489 Ca,sp as T OGWOOD-3O tons Camprenchy Logwoods, lan.d J ing from brigAsin, fir ior7 lky mar t & J pi WIIIlTNEY 73 Camp_. WASIIINGTON BALL ROOi Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipatreet,hetween Royal & lBtorbon. rrll tEI inger oft l nl.ve nn od i. l I omrmgrlat t lill to hlie frietr s tnl ilre phlic ft n tle unparal. ITled lrm rnige bestowerd on t illl lorrsevernl eseaaons repiectlfilly inlfirls thorln that thise establishmennt bn lenl eillraged for the nlnelllnt of visitors, and un dergone inieterse reoi rn. The bamr will be solrpassed biy nrn ill qiuality of lii nacrs entlr tilestauoras ill b kelit bIy the sllest Ioslletrntreur in tlle Ui;;,to Stales. TIe h rone will re-open on anlltrdnv aevre'ig, 3rd no Novemlber next, hv a llANt1 IDRESS & MIAlSQUIAtADE BAI.i.. antl will inks lolle r s irrmitc everry Monday, Wledne ti r anl Snterho.y avei inccg, urini tie soresn, whilc will ind oni Ite It . nlay, 113. N. It. 'lhe ernotsl nitintion will fith pid to krep ing perfect Irdir thlrougltot the cselbtlilhlient, as rwnl di s lauti r rp se tntyn.r Ti llll0u'rietor int re-filitt e l lll Indhng Ilonmin .L1 the St. ChLtrleas ExclgPl, (" rllntr of Oraviei ild St. Chllnrls street ic the lntihst linnntr. I csItna all lthe nrincipal il, ers ol' Iie (lnitld Stntesa of ecrcv •itv ond slatoe. the C ellndl.l'exas andil Mi ino co Ilnnlltnu, fnlP room is rl·gtlhtrly and extensive vy suppied with the Ilatest I:ure)Pcnn p)apers ILoyd'.. if Luite ad 1 ' ice's Ierice Cuirrent. Also with nearly call tu Ilteracry 'Periolicals f tllhe tiny, and Ihs thle re k pintilihtlions niif irhe lldon, Idinhirg, Wewminlorter Aletropolitin Ieviews and Illhckwoelod Magazine. The North lllriocan RIeview; thie Soutlhern Iwisnrv,Kniek bockir,Tlio Allriclln Jlrntl of Scenece an d Arls Clblintt Mhlincellillvy )lllllrloriC It iview, (lentlelnetll'. 13 it cavinne, Amlrlic n Imml]{i ly. , [tell|l v's Mliecelleny, th t Moexill. eriirgicll{+'vl in Ili t varicety f ithelirs. All thesei iWllikiir rtignilrlV s:,iirriivedl ;r nid recei ve yil. '1' rollim iIII ueilea,, viil' i lilh s rge vanlielt 8.ilf i m a ii ou tlie'r., Nihn lslgirlter;Levy'. Price Ciur 5 r.nt rrol if+ rmollnt'oeomt, thtzaters, ild a ivariety TII' inmnst activl, & itltclligpntl news collectors are em plil,l(,I giwe thl l nrlie.t irrivnle, atied n pains nor io rone will he etiricl I)itnrlnder tllih Iltlittdig Roiml the I tirst tle L'niedl Stctes. Shllsleri )tinsi err resrlpectfully received. oct -1-tf CA RDS ['r PRINTED at the shIorret Notice, in the most elegant mtnner, in IBlack or Cl.ltrrd I.., on Jlnamnel led, \Vliti, In'likr, or Plain 8 rfnedl ointr, and Prirre very ri',asotble a TR'lUE AMI-MICAN OF FICI-/, corneri of I'rydlas anl St. (Charleseta. Strenial Newan IIadi51al Founsts of 'ts hae.l : just been addled to the I,stablishment. Orders reweired ait Colin~ig Kntmm, St. Charltes .Exchane, 3rd deIr fnm ;iinvier st.,or at the Printing 0()Olh cod ner of l'o. ira & St. Charles streets. G IUK0EA' A'T'I'ltATitN;!!" 4:1 Oransl Street, opoosih the Theatre. SIt 0 rfllll.l.:1 rre pc Ifully informs lib pulblic that h,/laue of i'L.7I)OP.'1 T1.1, Queen of Egynt, c.ilia, o lhe I llll11, to t)i li,, ly t1 nlilalnlt of ninny th1 ,"*Isnl1,1 ,l.trah1: Srli v,d iu zhil ,iiy, and is o Ilo bii,.exhij ited for alhlrt tii ,nlon, linln 9 i'n>eock A , Io 9.,'clock, I' 1M. ID'Adnlittll e, 50 Cellin; Sellson ticketst, 1. fobl 6--If. L SK l t-te hty likei, creinte e negres Smen and wvInen' in gtlood terl for eaish or good papll r hllat cAll tlo- nrgtliatllld. Apply at 193 St. Joiseph nireet. u27 '3 fR TERRELL SV'NI)RE-Vingl n-gres, Immmeo et femmes, A Sboin mllrch.b pour do I'argent on do papier,1t.e I'on peiIt ifitire A f'eiconIIpI. S'nliresser l Ia rue St Joseph. No. 197. inS7 IL TERRII,. . L _' il:kit. la .hip b . lbloin.r in r elegat iin o'r l Ino mentofdill-rent i holr ,l plnme nreceived ned for sale bIY (i;,)jSII' & Co, Etechanl hotel, fe Sf Chnrles at NTEAM BOA BILL'. O WNERIS, AIIGENTS, or C.1 PTAINS of STEAM IOA'I'S can knie tIeir Billatr "of, in one or more Colored Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, rith despatch, and on favorable Terms, by leaving their OutnosalnT'RTUE AMIEIIICAN OFFICE, corner of Py'dras nlld St. Charles streets. Nnv29--if i l\()IItRF-1 (iii rl i f f atlrt-oti iynor of age, iy 1 t ever. itling, pricnInnrly tl;r children. Apply at mr_2" No. 175 Rolnampart ln variris sizes and brands. receiving per ohip Or. leans and Chbur!ls Jnselo,oiand fir saln by i115 It CIANNON, 12 Ciimp It E R tniiiANS-11 tnsoo Im itn1ilty kip rogooon, fond ) ingl irom hip Seonor, for ale iby 1 iR5 *It RII)II & Co, 114 Magazine f t L W 1:1.1 C()fl'' ri-5 lntes 8ino.uweit cllouos L lannding fronm llip Coilumbiana, for saleby m2?5 I 11BRI1GE & Co, 134 Magazine o t Ibe Apothecnrv store owned firmerly by iVillas Evnn--T'chlhpiionlao. ni, ofiposite Ihe Vcgatnltlo ,mnrket if the 241 Mitnicipality,-, ao, ne lirloid sl--bgs nleave It infortn plvioetna iati thi pu ldie in general, thnt h baillapii tili ertnblihtnento inder tlo d'rteioit of an able and most coullx tent nplhel'ry and l that Ithe best Indicineo and TchenUien itprepanrntll ion catn' found lron I st tlly thre, O& hliciue. preasciletions put utitp ncrenl, lully iday and l night. mnar 2 II. DONNAIEL. -flFlP D.f1UO:ilT ItiEWg I--'te abCve re t wardn will he Ideil ItVy lie lubderiber. fir Suhli in formntit, as will halt Iitlls dieovery ofithe driver of o dtny nolhered Il1Jd Ilo)tIosed to he falre number) on hulo hal.d 2f ernd aond 1 bale Indz A., frolt ship Stt ei z. L I A.AI., it A st 93 CIommon at N eW n'O tll3lAI'ilN'tJlh.rwuoille olfg -loand.. iitbeir RoEial d ntllie, sid lmeistite hIbtits, by Mtlr Y Ellis, nuthor ilf tle Poetry of Liii, ,Pittresc of pri r mte life, Prelaionoi &e. in a vlol. Sck Adtlata, tlhe mllllinoter, by Cahletit ptnfi o, It. N. . rntlhr .ftlio lift otfn iloor b.,y, Unll Ilrac ltc in Thue llttlulsn ofCanad,, ,l, the4 .t.lhor of Sam Slick. Ilia rlotekntker, & .1-c, also No. 10 of Nicholas -.Niiklrlby. ,o Illt received atndt fiar sale lty r 111 W crK i AN, pe nf ro of Coamp & Conllo st ntOrION li.s-tI itrrc B s tn Ri, ndg -U J for e Shli Colulmbia , antd Ir sahl, fy y a. 2ni`2 S & J p WIITNEY,73C rcp a ,Ir9hI ' tI C---3Ill Itin , . 1-4 Midlleen and Nelrth thr b!tro Ibmwn lslting, hmulding frome ship Senator litr Splo by IýAAC 'BlltlDGE & Co, -_ . •. 134 Magazine ot 1. or 0 ttsnaofeoal aits bull a to the almae port, fOa omi:ti a lair freighlt will be given, nipply to Box oliet, t( tIe tn 3t I1,2,9 'til I ( tt N -ll *- ,'iltoinr'e roa I con etl I / eI rn adl g-inders soiitahle fir plantation n i, ll - 7, soire.fr sate by CIIAII'LIN & COkPIER, r- mlll; 7 &!) l i' 7 p1 i klt, ,IOHN V. CILDS, - ENGRAVEI L AN') C(it IPIt R-I'LATEI PIIN'fhI1i iNo. 3, Cantp *L. +W II., eng.r..e i.l print to oeder , Crok noigs, I1110s u i'Pexhan-,n, bills of lading, d plofmnas, trrrqOn tilt and visi:int rd I n-d.il trii i"fL, eiooor1td ia,tpiintg louse s+¢als, Id.Ir Ste, oilvter wreot 4e. -ilwilvtork nltd, nt assortentot of iltver platted aInd bray. door at PS Carsla pr;ntod from plates *-taulj q ngrove-el    jijAVA ý1 tiARS-diltl tlftitottoi siurs., i re S11 o'e bh AlIIA0HAM RIlElt, in alrtll_ _ .lGrier at TiA.--150 kegs ItumtoINarlno for el® bVy al 1pt4 * Ii/l liD;iE & Co, S134 M nl.ii0e at W r for sl'. Iby ' G. I)URSKY, - pl 4 _ 4 New Levro S/ 1 II KItI.t.h *till ciu.tln i - , t i I i :at' :|tit It" W ll always kelpl, I, hnd a anlt oIf| t lnltclwrd ntlo rille hur.-+, 11 -o l IinItu c ,S I| .gl,, I. J' ' 11 i I I l i It * It.Y. r llltill li + I r ,,l ( m l, Ie . , itlt i i. l tl+ ii ' + l plll l 1i.

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