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April 9, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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£f"g~i~·~"w..~ v.;.~.~ *. ai"A I Wamhi4a &IAr .....i.. @ .' . s Ipr. ...:':: . 97 IIo ~l·. ..... IS ..r . S....I OP Nr0 i W ORLEANS. April 8, 1838. C laIpTa 14t.tadTay, Ito Hnio, - Chases & Hzefg ihp Citd.tlla bertslcoa, Tilley, fur Liverpool. L S Heath 4f co 'Wilp Alnabh., M4ltoans,fr Cow, and a Mark.t, e , Me"a.nt.br Bremen, F Pvay co L.mh. fur IVlt., J 11 Il.iler - Mavlbrry,,r Newporl. J H aci ley gr, Jac ., I fi m :astona. D Marstoa m. orsyth, a r Pdd.aa-la, MSater * tnb-4L hildo. lIohtier, for Olreo. Ariia. . . ... *.r Present r Amk l, D do. or New York E A ride -b- r as y W . Attkalt1 fwll St Josephs, laster AtbRIVATIS. ',. " April 8, 11.3 ' Tasth tPilot,Clbke. Iarom NE pa,., laiving lowed to I shp Fo. , TMlrloliaut. Wabhiletonl. clr To,. r c l lo Ite!E O i he scht s Charleson band Wsarca, brig Saii. Llthtcg on ho a enin if ho f 6lthtinast. Reporla elSagall rigib4wihaffiIg; aseveral bric cid alchra in thea -.ipeIChasa AEbd.{i4r. Oi days from natoa, to J A S uip Waraw.meadll, I8 day. from Nea Yora. I A Co Na.Elergy. Phaotai. . .. nce for Attakmpas, returned for P .; Ma tRI a46mPtL Fianch, arom Quiney, II. . a fah MacaXg. faa o, Laaiaaille. F4 t. aaan i wt, ra FortSmiltt. HlmV .Di P . ri nadeafromOpolaaaas. - T EXPORTm. EAVfl.'.Pr ship Tranott...rgo, 114 bales cotton. I chi N jua, and Ima tal. LIVERPOOEI. Per shil Charles Ilumhabeton..Cargna 1915 S alm elttan. COW .O.JPhli Aloxacndnra..Cargn, d124 hda bads co, 71041 , p aves., 3bhag aollsa, 3 hbI. door, I boa TMENi~P~ a larqal.r ab nnas.. .Cargo 325 hd t homecn, 30 maaln loNaal, I bales cotton, 17 bags e.nrae. .a7TON..Perbrl.q romiuen..Caro, 760 bl iorne, 1810 bhag com. ............a.Perachr a lacl Ilaw'. Carlo. 44 hIls aour,00 ,kb earnaa, 0 balal ottoa. HAVANA. Pdr bria T'knn.a..CIragn, 403 hda chooks, 23 do haldil, 4a. 50 lloops. 2IA llat nks. EW. ORT..Par beri Sea Prird..Caro. i16 tieoreM molssera 5it0 .Olaseora, jO kehI Ild, 2 hbo merchaa GALVESTON.. Per sch M.eslogeocr..Calg, ranndry ntall lots tnbarcn. araaerle. prori.iuns, dry goads, hardware, aotahjo, IAe. PENIACOLA..Poer I.hr Ilii llnth..Car.o, 1.61 hlc breacd, 18 aakcl. IOlfou raliina, 26 ha molasea. 26 do loar, 20keg lard, I(I hlag. corn slid lnall lot. sler. tire.a pork alad haeoa. WIREE..Pr schbr Mlhilda..Cargo, 26 hogsheadc of Lobca ro. NEW TORK..Perachab Amhc.cador..C.r.o. 5,50 blllonr, 21l0 eaoka corn, 130 hda sular aid 41 hdl mo I JOO EPIIS..Pr Schbar W I lam-..Carao, Inlol furnltllrc. cmall lols corn lllall, wils, eg , la.. d tald ha con. IM1PORITI ,COSTON..Per ship Chn.leaon--Cargo. nceorted ,orrhall liar, to allnlry canaicansc. -IEW VORK..Por shi ,VarWaw..Coa. r a, alortd meohaa tio calldry conai.igoa. RECtIIP'I' lIF I'RODUCE Laaiscille--Par sta.mar Gsa Cnalleas..Coarg, i46 pieces aOgioo. 248 cls ap. Ita rope P h.nlannl & Ir. 2 piaoeera I.e. £+ -iya.'23coiI rpo. tipe. l&..h:tno.n 4a a o. aay rla.a ycyar pl.ra, oe * t.aid bl4 . h a a tohacao, Atla i'rlllra , 20 do, A II Wallaea tao.".laaaaoan F ~P'lapr-A ra. 0 hbi ega., FaeraOll & HI. haldl. 3lO piecl bagolia. Fostaall, Roman'& aaef, hill tab.t-1 aa.3Wa otowabay. 166,., bcaac, I jahoac, 24 daa ohioboac, 4 do ta keIay, do dak...ea on bol r d. S HSailalol hoaad. Fort Smith..Per lteamoar Litla Rock..Colrgo, 3 aoks has it nuols, TPylor, Gl dlloer eo. S batle. aloll. 4 dlt peltrie. avellhe.ie A&. WaIIt ii, 7 packs Illtrirlc do ,leearkida . A P (ilay. 21 doubhle labc ala.i. V .1 Froamr..4 kebs. Merall.at' Inoak. 7 blar cation, Ngeatll. 'l'urlin & Vutt, 41 do, Ca.lltaill op hearll. gQUioap. .Palmacoar 110' oaf l1ll ..oai.. :taaae, 9021.le poab IIt. bdabaa,. 204 haoc laad. 4 I.da tobaa, n.ooeld 4, Itao theern. 1?1 hi. lrk. :iS. daond 47 koos lard, I,awrere naal t.ea edlar1,, .l Ibl. pork. 43 letcs rad. 9 blid tohncao, Barker & tyeth,l Ihles dollaoli.a, a cllt toell., 4 aCos nlerct aaliao. W C'l'llollpkia q- eo, 2 bulatloa. John Cralofril,l8 Io l pork. J B Field, .3 pip lead, J , W Dwyer. 10 cuas winea . C Do aoe, 4i his or. 3 do braeewnx. Copt Finch. Opelouoaa..Per steamer J Dapre..Cargo. 7R bales lcttal, 7Ie leatheraaa, Fallin, Itaelieal &, Dtaoleo. 221 lhnl aenttna. C Toledano.77 do, loatteroield 4 lira, 20 do, A taluran a co, Odo, Adlmc & "Hartwell. CONSIGNEES. Per steamsr..3 A Moment, 12 I.neeharrl. W G Hewn. & co,. Ogden 4 Southrgte, Ilr. & Wlerrn.r. Iabodie & Jarque. line. Kiddr & Hread. F M Wald a co. Godfrey. Laurie & Small. W M Sergeant & cc. Cnnnely 4 Ede,.F Jr, F.crtnll & M.eAdanm ErH..rtrell, I Bridge &. . Armrs.irJ 4 Spring. J C W.agrner, o, Lard & Medley, C E KRith. Key 4 Thrrr ,.L sin, Sever. &r, C I)C Done,,llaJrr& r& , Caldp.lel T..au.S Slaetr. William. & Grant, G Wlhitny co. 2 C Johnron. W Hokalm, HK Lee &rca WhitrildF, & o, LChit tand.mTaylorr& H.l..y.0(i Great 4brr. W H S..ater& I roShPll & Brow n O R Dveport, 1.Case & co. W Clapp, irrt..n f Avery,.C Humphrry. I, aore A co, J Davi,. E Flirt, WH Hathaway. Tooer, Barenr,.Seed. & ca, E & A Tracy.R tIl ran & c. Frg assn 4 Ilta.d Red Ara. J N RoWTU 4 our. A F Dulnbar & co. E Stow At co 4 J Walton JThy.yar& ca. MMTinll 4 cc, Whitaer.h 4 to. E pr.gaau, J H Grah.m. Chaplpin . Coop,,, D.,is 1i lHob.rt. H A Winslw. Forsylt&IhI. imrick, H C Ara., W (Grunt, All... Ak",j ao, Hyda & Goodrichl..nd master. F.. .hlp Waara,..J Carkayta. E 'Felair. irenhaw & Rod RPR .Sr h Arco.H G Ami.,. Bogart& Hawthorna, filtr & ;raman. Viert- Willa,J A Turell, IWittridan & pa, W Darn. 8 Pennpy, Shall & BroSan. IRichardp..t,. Waterman, 4 Ward, Had,,on & Enli.Ih, WV Holma. L.lly r MSl.Craken, W W Layton& ca , Larence & Chalmer., WhitVing SackE,, i H Field. A Griat 4 ca. C DunneIntauh PerkA, S Franktl. B Braer & ro,,III Blake r ca. Plalard S Sigr,,,. W Mc ,.Ke.. LIaalbo & J.A t!..raiP., Whltintg B Shrk,Yctma,,a 4 Er J KIpr trda, H W i-l l rad . artM.ro.,. i Saiffrjtu. L a. P·ttPPerEBlt. JAltattttt.JIH tlry, taI.tdrmad & Krndall. Bi.err Ppren. J Vardon. Thorn & MH(iaotb,. F II Quickl. T'arlr4 Hadd.n, Rorke. Wtt & ca., J Crosby, I'rr.aat,, IaJa.a p r, A Grant & a., J.. Feb ..,,, Smith & Voarheae. W Bapert. W Alling. Palor. ,- Millard. P Shannonr & tro. Siat. .rp. Harta co. StJtJhn Feb &rcO, W CIlrk, jr. Beaantt. Farriday p so, F H Quirk. Dwight A Traabridge. 'lanaray « Hall Frot &r co. Pllalrd -Grran. V It Wajrenr, R I.e. &ra.FPFaasalWhijai ng4iaerke, 1.pngEr bra, Buth E Thacker, Woolsey Er Maatagu. B Crallald it o, J RBand & to.. Dabi, 4 Ba ... Ilydao kComrtork. L.akhatI Fern It Doaaea.n, F Ptrayd Jr co Roabena.(iGoordain, MBlas.o a& co Dwigt 1&Trawhjridge.JWZarckei, ca... At Sratd. J L.a dl. & rpJ I .11.54. Po llAarth. 3 U Hark,, R Ror.. W P (Itty It r.Opdyke Cprrlico,O'Nnil, Dariag E4c. J Veirea * .., Pepsin. Sellraaj* Drp.l.,F. &: Ardroar. Iw , .A . Poe, LaB~s, Sr Po. &raJ N Robrts. A CohenGGadman A LR.A . A.e, Cover 4 BreplJ.a, Javi. &ARd Anre, a.d t PASSENGERS Per "hp Chatrelert.. lii.. Mrrill, Mlr Smith and 2 clhildren, L A Coelrids.O G Chhppnln. Qsiniry..Pen .reamer Belle of Miiranuri~S 8 Hnllorwr. La. dly child. M4.,,, Bartrr. WV B Shltearaik, J.. Phlan,. Han, aoll.Ja, Grlaba... L.dy and chuild, tIablin Mcltolll, 1V W Merrlt. VorsrEl. Lairitll...Prrlo nmrr Gan (ainea..J C Srrragu. Capt Drirkr. T Wilso. X Elile,. I Mctraughlint, WV L.a.tgal, A Baird. Slat.on., Feemana, J P rk, Mr. Neil. ttpelar... Per srammar J Datrr..J S Chonnpilh, IV P Kelly. .hie,0 L.andry, Brouch.trd, I AIexander, C Y FIeglt. erly mtd Itlly. MEMORANDA Onhrdimp.,Crta..aer Relle of Mittoari, stamm.r Princos aground my Eaamorcc b,, r. AFEFAIRES DU CONSEIL. SECONDE MUN[CIPALITE. MARDI, 26 Mars 1839. Sdance dn 26 Mars 1839. Rasolu quo le Conseil porsisto dane sa R6solntion d'ouvrir Is dite rue, dpuis la rue Poydras jusqu' a Ia roo G rod, nta rues Tc~oupitoulas at des Magoinst, conformdment & Ia loi du 3 avril 1832, o: enjoins I'PAvocat do cotto Munipalit6 do fairo mettre & eideution lea Rdsolutions et ordonnanees exiatantes, pourvoyant a l'ourverture de la di e S. lgn6 JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. URdmlu quo la momme do trnia cants piastrea sit payfe & Jolhn Gilbon, pour nuroroit d'impresions t. do publicatlions. faiti dans le journal le Vraoi Aneriacan. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. u.toln qu' u, Comit de tro a mnmbre. soit nom .s6 poor eonfdrer avec lee Comi1ds des premiere et r do-ibmo Manieip !itde, aetvicer auox rillrers .mtyepsd'4l6c.nter I'objat das Rdsolultions ot lPr. imle rsealils an choemin de for de ti Nouvelle -Urdana t da Nlshville. Bignd. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. R6soluqus le Socrdtaire trnnsnottra aux Con. soilsdes premibre at troisiblme Municipnliltd, Co. pesa des Prdamhbule et R6solutons prd.ddens. -t -"' Signd JOS.iIJA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rd6ll qoue le Comild deos rues et des quais at rsquis do fi e au Cnonseil, & as prochaino o6dnce, sun rapport our la convenance et I'uitilt de paver lea rues astour de sl place Tivoli, ainsi quo I par. tie ooidetaior on moiti6 do Ia promenade des Trl tone deptºIla place Rivoli jnoqu' an canal do la ©nompoguidale Banque et du Canal de la Nouvelle ilgna JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. isaolu qpnele voyer fer e.rdeuter aus itst que auible, tous les trottoir snur lea rues du Camp, du Ctol1e,' den Nuayode, at d'Apollon, jusqu' an Snita| de o M 8 nuaieipalilE. J. OSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. 1.11 MAIEIlA-d- J do,,m RBlockbuat's Madeira, .I tNIeull. by d LEVI Il (1iE, Spel I 93 Collon at -OT8 £-The tollowog -osieaees o-f Mrrehi. 1 dl p er shlip 8oladin ael Ville liets Psri, ate re --tesdtlo crallg .e auba,e .r,' office and take their ai. ai4 o Cuoeco t sr; l3iirh; F lear Yra j Aneodl l)uclortealryiAlslloi3 lblrrin Puoel; 0 rtAolia MartteChkaovler A tadsoibio A 9liaaell; cn , . ve . ýt.ads n rkDd DY W ; en'segare of good I -orvkr.J ( LEVI H GAl.E, apntl 3 f 93 ComtoosI il TRUE AMERRI cbv. l1 Icoinection with this Olice in a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE FIR TIIE PRINTING OF Pamphlets Blank Checks CataloCges Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Roceipts, Legal Notices Auction Bills, Bill Forms, Show Bills Steam Doat Bills Circulars And every descrlption ertfJb WVork thtl may be required. TI1E 'RUE AM IRICIN. FAITI1'UL AND BOLD. N E flu L.EAN R TUESI)AY APRIL 9, 1539. N' IHOLAS BIloLE.- - is not our intention It enter into any euhlogy on the distilguished individuafl whosel naole is at the heodof tllhi anrlicle. For the blst ten years his history has b!eeln paurct, nil a prmninent part of theo hi.ory of the eoultry. Woilh Mtr. Ciny he has divided lhe envenomed shafts of lthe Admhtinistrationo party, oano like that great slttesnan anld oratollr, aoaioot thean also Ie o h atood eorect and, firtm; palnnp'ied in his conscionreclitie, rnd tnwlaveorinlpatritioon. Frome the noolmentt hec wouhl not eolnrrt the insltiltion of which Ie was Lhe head,ilnto an ctive alnd renly tmn chllne of the gocelrnlnet, the phials of their wrnth were poured out upon hinl. When he refused to displaee tIr. lMaal, of the Porltsmnlh Bronch, the nadviser of President J~cksoll became ontisoed thlat e couol never he rendered sollfsrrient to their lchelme and purpooes. Up to the present titnoe, every epithet of abnse and cn lnlny tlhat coll le raked up from tlhe kennels of tlanghatve heen helaped upnl hnfo . lie Hl l seen the tempest sweep aroundl him anll over hil; and if at times the eqottinhity of his temper hIis heen dioturbed anl lle lhasn felt anUlllloyallvn e to which a publie iniiIi i exposoed, the reopnihoility of fto station oen .ecupied, and his t'esiret not only for thle interests of the inariln ltin, bou what w. p-aramoun.t to all, his conttryt' welinre has nerved hin ngRinstall, and dlellill hint, whlere fhecolllll be oflmost service. His retirement dis croooc the ruling powers of one holfof their weapons. Thoey are nlfooot placed h.ors d combna, and oblige Ino elleve tIe follfl. We cnot sclrcelcy conjectoure to w tllt I they will next have recourer. Snroly they will not keep p thile lle and cry, after Ire h t. thhrowo lIp the poter which they hf.ve attribulted to him ; and silnce he ij no longer it Iot lhead, their enmity to the institution itself. at teeso. It is now nothing Igore then t Stateo Bank, and cannot he omfore obllllions than the GiraIrd, lor I nioll, or any o other larllgre IukionL instiir:llio . aome lllother hobby uout be lhunted Utll-they can ride tio e U. S. Bnnk and Mr. iiddlle nio llger. It wias n mltter of a:rlprisee, to tlnse who knew Mlr. blidtlle in this earlier lifo, and IIt beenf. arqllointted with his predlileeltions a. pursuits., that hi shonld have hPeen etllhd to the headl of a large monetyed icorporationt His titel s an tile tendoencies of. his lilll slele to point in other oire..iotl It hoa o been satppout l shaot fhe was t oo d frvoted to tlhe re.id pleasures of litr·oary lift, ant the delightful lobor of f gathning the ripe nr vest of hlle master intelligence, who lave left a llecy in pooteriy--nr ino af tindl, ooemllledef witll baser rollller,"-- dlll llht rurll, l bjert: w r. r tl n lovely all aIvl s pect, d wer toi f well adapted i.o his inclinations, for hilmls to coop hinuselfo in a city and brood over the dry details, anld ilnharmoniolo . sPeculliltions of the financier. At Old Nassa. htowever, he was distinguished for lrh eleanrllss ofhis views, land the perspicacity and ele gance ofllis conlposition. As n c rssayist he hall no superior in tlhe instittion; and in his eonlomunications as President of U. . Bank, and nil finance, he has ex h;nited a clearness and precision, .t profundity antd a thorotugh knowledge of his sulject, together with it enourioeloes anod a connlelsatioo, rarely to be net with, if fo be met at otll. Various conjecture have sprungF lip, among the quid ntnra, as to the reasons of Mtr. Iiddlie's resignation. We are perfectly content with thIln he hielloef gives. One of the rumore was, that hIo would be ecilfed to pre side over the Treoslry )epartlnent, bill we kow that Mr. Vn Bulren hits not nerve enough to make such an appointmeolt, however desiratle. Another is, that the Bank is to be selected as the fiscal agent of the Govern nlent. The sanes rnason for our disbelief of the other, will apply. The clashing warfltre of lank and State, will never Ie hushed so Iong as the Globe is the organ, ando Blair and Kclndall have nny connexion whatever with the Governtent. is li own reasons are sltisfLeltory. lie has been actively and unrenliltingly engaged in the Ibusiness of the Bank for twenty years, the lost ten of which have been years of toil and anguish, weetenedo alole with te conseionslless of Ihaving gulided te voes setl Iunder fion ootrnleid, through a stomrt of uonex.llapled violence Io a Iheaven of safety. It is eloid that Mr. blidle, ccconlltanied by his fo mily, will visit Eurolpe. It is not astonishing tha ft l.er hi years of lahor, he now ileed relaxation. As it is else where very properly said:-"ltle carries with him into his retiremen!t--if indeeofd lie shall he suflfred to remnin in retlirement-tloe best wishes of dloh coltmmercial cooel nolnity of the Union." In our iaer of yesterdy, announecing the resignalltion lo M or. iddl'e a President of the Unitel Sites lunk of Pvnnsylvania, we Ilal not till and room to lay bu fore onlr readlers the folluowing inlteresting corresptondlence ill relationl to that iotlporltalt event. BANK OF TH 1c c .tct: SoTATES, tlurcht , ,1839.o Al a Ileetilg oft f t ohe Bard of I)i rector of tit atllk of ofo, Uniteod o totoo, held ot Ihloir banking honse Illis olornelgl after Ithe ornlltrv kurineolrsa of the da was cooopllletell, Nicitleaa Rifflfe, eq. l'roeidento , 00l0 o iicilutllled to the boorl hfi itltelnlion of resigonitg Ili plane illo de Inlitltiloto,oooo I)oo leave otf hi collceagtcs n un laieflvlediltory, mearked not only byo hi us.all oi lioityfof expression, bllo singulllrly charaocerized by an elOqeltlll ptllhoa, whic0h was wholilv irresitlltle ulnl.ng tI oIf oo and tried f.icnds, his feflltow-lborers lor tle .st Itellty vears. UpontMr. Iiddle'fo's withdrawl , lhe following lettert fronl him toIn he irectors was presefnted, and read. 'o the Board of Directors of the Bank of the United Slutes. iontlnen-I executeo a porllotse which, as yon err aware, I have tong meditated, nd whlichli iitnatitt to the stockholders at their first Itneting under the new hltarter; that of retiring fro thu direction of the oank. It iot now more ta twCenty years sioct I entereto lits serviee. 'lhev have bee years of inteose laorh, aod they have earned for omu a right to claim the relaxation and rerpose which approaching nge and prect rions health reqireo. I lore wnited anxiously for tile tat uap pro tiste oment at whlicl I ecold bie hoet a uted, but li lerto, whenever I have sought tile retiemetot I o motuh needed, somie diffiliculty in which sty service was deemedr ulefll, always interpoed to dctain Inle. Ntne auch existnow. All the political dlirsesions cooet.,: woitlh the bak ir tie last ten yetrs hae ceased; oil its extraordinary elrte s fi r tile proteetlilr of our national interests ore itappily endedl aed the bank lons rettrerd to its ncetlollon.'d challntls o busilleas in peace. I can therefore withdraw ot length withont ineonvenoince, and I do it moar teadily becaurise I levhe I alirs uo tile Itshtittonin ia tote ofgrCalt prosperity, anl il the loalllsl ofaule Ihrect'torr and oflictrs. 'I'his seprn tont fromnt friends willtl Wniol I e o eren ben xonr asd n ngreeahl aoint llltj, is a ur ogi Il mst painott s. my lif . soesod u pray you to accnpt at part. liti'lhihMurch tot29, t18 .it19. Whe or,, Manuel ovre-~o. EI. wnas on mtltstitao Io Joseph ur higrsalled slEl n l uto the (airi nd r i I. lolouint r,'sl.atini, iotlered bh oDr. tIogersoi, rr, in wilOulv di ptedi-asid ll I (tp;rlonittee roulsillisin rfJ. R. ilngtersotl, Amhrosu W'hite, tidtl Ctt:loh Cope, Et'q. oajiopoued to toreetot iltite toe to mtr itidtle : tResove,,rh c ano n i)iie ti ha.e lenurried with lu fignedl regret lth ilotrlltiooo of l1r. Itidhlie to withdraw fron itis iiltoation asI Prsidtlt lith Bank eof tile I i.5. For Itntittv yearoo tile bestt interests Ill tio insltit tilln, on eltr his e.Iecaial guardia n hip, hayvr' b" prt ected aInd roott'ed wiithl deoteod fielllito. uomtiring zeallco n s i lile thbi:ilie. ot both e trillll, s l its corportate exl encl, r ildas I eoel ed o(.I oe llillllln aDiaullr inii sarrondeitwll ,l com, lict td dlilfficulties. Power ot,) pojeldict have arrat l t d tllttseolves ulgtint l it io l uc le haotlilit,: popular leeling nnd offi,.ial inlloence i,,.w+ been excrcised iil onxiUlls al,. pis Io disturb itl air rangellnsll andlll lcllr k its prosllperit. iot ilt hlir nIu, reslcd Io Ilrp, r..lMrllrte thu hlnu a lllOllnied pnd pclitil c trtss hos threatelned It,, inotitllitots of toe c'untry wilil atiosns Ios tle r ahstelttto deotluctiot. I'The tllllllll olld it ititUtions Ilavo It i Ito nl t urviv, d o heo ci-i:, nd ithey noi w t lted er.Pn t aod alollot Ithort lio, the perils itl which tlhv hlve tlrlt expllred. DIrig Ilthete elllttfl period, alttolltl ueffrotu htve ctoon tlttotanrd tly Ith Bank toftlhe U. S. aon Tlie largest andl most rtl c ive slare ifottrcesetlil neertionll lnto beel conttributetd hy its preohidig officer. "Tile Ioarnd of Directors one itt, titemtoelvca and l tlte toekholdert whaol thely retreetaet ill aeeeltting wilth deepr rluttoco theresiglllttito now ttltlrred Illtt hlln to tecor,, teir gutfttl ttttnolegttrnti In oa etttlll'at wnlose unrivallrd slkioi in iftace--ouerllried eloutiuooll toI his dtlilt., frltl tand iodepentldttellt rotlucl in thile Initiat o obstaclel; oeovated an,) htlturinloll Iril.lplee, not colar tlioll nd tithoine deporltnent, leave marked itith Iltufil ing tnifettitty a long nd ardour r esor. Who hloving tlon-rte t, tuutClmttod no faithfully, ieaves tire insoitu tiun with whltel hie is ildentiied trotttierous in all its re tterlon, otlillg in ito abilities to irotnto tile interests of t tne s tveral oommunitie sty whicht it iocotrort,,onded,tlo,, dial its oasoiantiot winu, sinter estltblishltmentt , nd,) secure in Ith reopect Ott,) esrtem , cmll whto oe goton et. ott winii it in fitretgt nt wtll ac dittonojor irter sotttc." It too then titoved hy J. K. lmgnteoI, EIrt., that the inoart Ii now prot eed to Ite erlotiou of a Diretotr int tIe p ace oIf N. Biddlle, resignePd; tttth it npleaord 'e the balult, thlt Pkoatnn Duao.,p, E-q. was cuanintoully olecte,I a 'Dhctor, to isup l the eancu . Mr.:Dun Ial.'s resigntion ofhit ai ~necennd anseitant Cahier, waapresentted mth.. tid by J. Cowperlllwait, Esq., (CeAhier, and aecepf"h ~inerm ,pon omotinn, tile Board proceeded to the ee:liell of a p preoidnt, mand tpon counting tim bhallts, it aipp.nred thit Tihomrna Dtunlnp,Eq. wns inant.imotnly eleted President of the rHak ,' the United States; and tile mane commnittc were reqtoested, by their ehairman, to infirm Mr. Donlap of his eleetion, and tequelt his eceptnaaeof the appoointnlest. Upon taking the Chair, 5lr. Ilunlpp said : "i tetletet-l en yoyan to necept my cordial and rei epectril thanlk for tie Eonfldeate you hac a been pleased to relae in ate. The trunt emnfonred by your sfenrages in oae of the ldeepest reponaibility. I ieel its weight. T''o wnssae Ihin promineat shore in tile ndministration of this greo inatitunt,n, in itie inoee prosmperous conlition of1 ell thic tal., anI l inl tle haprpiast circumstancet of oir nlonied Iraensnction, might well nppal the most con. fil Pug. iut to foiltlo in instant stnensiotngentleman, welhoc eiagllnrhitllvyfilnlleoe, i:ltegritynnd akill,have Icea devoted with Iultiring cnurgy andt uniform nueces, to the belt intereeon of tIhe Mtockhulters and of hin rountrv. ltr twentv tcoPeectlire yeare, in n tnk to which few., ifltyv,cnll ,e Iond equal. Withltttouegetnerots Wonfidellcdte, I ehoulld llrink frome it. tI plellging myself to fidelity, real alnd unaemitting devoton ttta iintereslts--t mot throw ntvnelf wholly ultl .vonl--tponl tite talent-, nseidtlity. discretion andhi antiuttithilg dtcerminntinn fnr the right which have ehn att'ietrnnd your Board frolm its origin. it your lhands all mill be sace, ad in the Ihope o heing sustaited by yer Itronk stporlt, I now witlh unfeigned distrust in ny uwn powers, ttnler Ito vonu nId Ihe werepresent, Iltle Itest enerie. I poicssess i tite etl vice to whieh you have called tl:e." Arlter we Itad penned the notice of Mr. Biddle and his rcesigltitt, we received nrno a correspondent the tolnowig veiy lhand.lome anl appropriate Eoamlultira tinlln ilte etae sabjt.lt, fir which lie hna our tlhanks. OWe all n alwny be glad to receive from him simtilar favosa. THE BRESI(INA rION OF N. RIDDLE, EsQ. This ecrnumnity tr, dRay, like most olrrr u pon the receipt of the ar intelligence, has grAr. ited by its annceiation; anr dinor writhrlher l -.re 4 e d las givehn every 'lnplercxiae to the I en--- I wichL the d esulrtlrv mind ;ll .on can st g " ,r - ! I is t ma iter rlf .o little ha.ie r. h great phito sephr:al interee.t t oboserve iow pru "we. nre to lttri 'te "uch end imilarhevents to a complieation of cir cernll cller of btl worst pjosiidel kind for in meste ry nmgoifie8 dangers, so prtrl hknowledge must riot with nurmises. In the many letterease have seen from Phlliadeilphia, refrfrin to thle ease, thlo motiOes ad ind eemlteols are tvarionly seotla . By seone it is lokerd upoe nis tite Iprnloreronory syptlllt of n general anllellpioIt ofepe.i payrnents, whitcl, as hi pride would not perit him into Irohuk gaion, hae grordl hit to relinquish the post of crd iger lind hlonr. uilltr aeri, thllt tie foreign con clnerr oftlel r bhank ere. sojooperded b hlereattern etngge. lrers, Cihrt nolhi:ig less tlar hii prieeent on tlhe great ialto of Eo a rlroe, ln ct oIve Ienl tlree, tile turbunlnce a orfcnrerial sEtr ili rnrd snstwitr her ererlit. And with rll:lnm that rOetSico, liIras e hwarled hlis alhitio 111011 r t rlry views, ai tierefore lie t etires from the institution r e I l irtrnaley for tie credit of tire Iank snd itert frieads--lor the cIantrv and for Nicholans iddle, an ornder its forler trrialPs, o ars rt reecnt. it call wilttstahrd the fiery Iurnrce ofrtrerrccrctnre opinion, rad by tle iel| pie greltres·n of tirr wn rreree.re ands the integrity of hier credit, seo will pairs lrogll llhe ordernttts mire nl trrilullph, ntir to hil willI again be awarded ir notivereolr eroeeotll reefdone theI gord and rr r itieiel f ereesonC nr eleOrlllilllrt tthat no ilflllelece call Ilotfrola the es rtocireorl rf tis olcoer. '1 .he.-e wl~o are rrronverrrlrt with tile career of tihe tsis ln its p reeslt erb erIrh it is well known 1airt Mr. iddleli lihd sirnigior hio drterrmiotriirn tr wilhdraw from its presiierlc, as n lie hs r dore, when tre pereecn rn kof ie, goverlullrt. nnrl thie sitlliol of oher ellgnfe mets wod warrant rir ir rlrroi.r oil he responsi biliey nndeer wllicll i;e io sor ironrg and o irntufillt tlrlaggerll. T'he mos e snrc l obsria errbeoft r sitllntiorn urt hisave ree Int irer IIellto event ars ulspension conul lrlot rriserror nlererly e11llenertr llrrf thie severe pennltv ian tie r.olrrr , Iut iolll lire itrt r inrnsic sitllio of her concerrs. r And w will reilerae ie assertioen rilhet hinr ofr tprrro, .bati r snch i a crie must aisr e ill the tron r-rycfrrliirirofrrtreieelh e rworld, nirwas exlllbiter ir its IlltwI liondithl, olr r" ther fornlteieuof the greet de"ryr ern hro'kerr tl," .eile that institio till scn. ou ller iaii ,alris rirfeet e It is a hir t Ithat i ever Bllkho of lenlret ln.llv, thll Sllt tlwnou iin adspece ter her telryi lvnnie otens idrilg lle recent criois; and inv irg tile li.cretioannry ower exenr.isr by everryothler bank, for Ii svaltiln iort ler colary's iltegrity. se dirt sub tl io ae vicariors sultirine, cnrfor , t.le witrheLld spe cie pnymeetina the tes l ti thie old Itnk of tile United Stltee. BIet thIet wor ani r:eaosRni oo greet State neces site, w hero tile end justifies tile leanes. As Io ilte rllarge hrought asraist her rf spe.e rating i T Cotthol, it i well know in every eommreoia etom ntli;v, tmat she iever hes buglet nbl a e but for tmne t mosrt seallutr ptr, lopeJ, she desired to eonlrol tie fo reigr exenla.ges of alhe t lhnirt and thefrefore advac ee on shtlltilpenlt ir that great staeie,o when our colommreiel ellergier were prostrate, and ultil their o1lerative powers ceotld be exereiied. Every lineg lnhas evineerl rlat Mr. Biddle has enjoyed tihe fliest conrridence of the Directors and Setockhotlers of 11thI n heoo r tnaviag grnaspe by Is pure reid nmi terly Ilild not only the trte in erests or those he ill metliotelv represted, ibut he .e ave lire end vitlity to tile Ioll furilco illteresar of oia eountrv, whici had received suicidl woundse fron the oate and prerent ad inthr ration. tlhre trea canle, Ierefore, of Mr. Bidlr e' resignation is to Ie oued ei his letter t o the Board or Direetorn- his indiiaposiieen to eonltince--aving exhibired to an rlnhirig world the effliciecv o the innkt to the Unnited States, no the g reatest orlniel institStion in Eturin,e or Aneriln . Tving in times of peril cailed forth tier re .-lorrce to promote or i ustain and hlar einoo all the iptare tly liseordaut inltrestn of tie vanrios sections elo tle rolntlrv It las retired in tire viger of inen ord, lirnvngs won thi blanojle's anrold hliodlees laurels, Iby Ihe ilrohtaoeou consent ofan admiring and raterul people. , tint ahltboure witihdrown froen tiis oeerpalioln, hi inold mlule expaldI over new fieds of Iosefiulness nd wheelllr in pnlie or privlte life, te mest be hearacer ized ps tihe etriiot--t, peerirlesc finlecier--ihe elegant scihlar--adc tilr ncepnlnishPd gectenan. Tie age net, hicrlh ie Iree lived will he thie mstnnmell of his re ntrwn, for thie infloence of Is exertionro will he handed dewo to Ille Intelt pirterity. But listaii eei erld be w ithhout its just etrnclrsion, if it elid no likewise itfor!ele this Eommrrenitv, that tile mantle o NielnlaDs Biddle, haes fallei on a digliendiarg e anrl wortlv lreess.or, ThoImnla Deurip, Ecet. known nnd respeiteod ts aeminent lawyer, and fort solne tiee p rst, one oftlhe Casliersotfhe tBank. To the pessea sion ofgrrcal utlrirlnrent ill ancient and modern litero IrPe, lie lors bIeell trained by nn rduous professioo, to Ilihrrnd inldry;v- beingc lierale girfled ily t'ture, with enlrged views, acsd a veryjrlcior appreation 01n11f t rnoilv e rr.etcet orlife. We feet therefore no hesllreilinia osying llat he posseesses every qulOiiee lioin for tie importl trst collrfidetd to "itn, and to pledge aylferrf fr thie iuture goversecent of the Brank, ir sIcolle a mInaner, that cile country will respopnld with its wooeterd eratittle as .rlon a00 predictions re verified. 11111t ttile itllo is npproaeleiig when theee Sotnlllurn acnd I tiht\Vesteraolrtesw iill loudyv calt for efficient nil in t iOlloellrv relaliot of the eollntrv. eandl as trlev ave rwrefnlv ruo.l ithe clrsequetce ol policrtal iofttealioni, will Ie oidnlnnietd, thiut p.arly oranization urast yield t0 tho overpowering infnelfce of ptblie end cons qrently offrivveR inleretl, whlich CaIn aolV lie rrci8oor oIlller iy ithe coerlisiioentror ola National Bak. Tsaos. DorLApr, tihe present I'residlenr of the U. States Bantk rfl teresylvenia, 1le Lorisianian affects to eon eider to hlve beent itprolerly raisedr to the head of that illilUnlito, becallse, as it says, Ie was only assistunt Caehi r, and confesses ignornee of any peculiar quanli ficneestr tile ic':eechent may possess for that t, ltion. It io a tmtter el little conseerncre, whn. tihe Louisiani niotrn may think or sey. That he in qualified we have lbundrunt testimony, nd ouch rs nhould bring convic tioa even In the I.ouisianion, for a frellow laborer of tiat pr-es, tihe Pbiladrlphita Spirit of tire Times, arank loco firco, says, ofler noticiog It1e reeignation of Mr. Riddle: ':Thei followiog day, (yesterduy,) the Board met end selectedto Srplcy tis plane Thomao Dunlap, Esq-a getrtlenan of rIho ligheec rerpeclasbiliry ane man-and of eoteiderruble repute os finaneocier, nmong tlat school of politicirns who believe bank credits and paper money thie real werlth of thie country. Disposed to deal fair ly, aond judge of all by their acts, we chall not add more at lreeent.t lThre confidence oafie oeIard of Direeors, is o gurran tee that ie is a geintleman of intelligence, experience oltd qualifierd fre tie seiern. The Philadelphii Inqsi rerr titys tehar lie lorllig been reeroglezed rs ote of tie lirst c;Intter¢:ial hloy.rs of Piladelphia. Hitet rhyl Itis eonceri o tihe pert of c I.tLoisianiano. Is tsle egan Int be kept cit against ihe Bnnk h Are we to Ilasre " Bank tl d tteit Biddle & Co " and all that dineed rito our eIars forr ire ext half ceertntry 1soeas erreoeee. Wer hive no care or feeling for the preoert Ileink tllan we have for ally olirer State irstitution, nnd ' e callnotrolreeive whalt purrssihle :lsoe tie government Iral itl rrrlie.las crlll atvre ior continuing tile warfars agnies" it. lThat it ros leen wielrod with imllllten jcedg nltert nd skill is Itree-thal it has defended itself errlllle t:e utlleksoftie eoverlnelnt atnd its myromidons is l.1 true; bl it lint it ce-.n eroieric whatever with rle Whigig part rl,unrl there is Iio just grottln witllever for it to iee birclrgi in juctea-il-oitilcr with that prtly. I.Rr; tTTA.-T'ihe match race for five hundred dollars a aide, .elween the six-oared harge (Irleateof AMobile, d& the The'. 8. Inmilmlin of this city, of the same number of ta r, 'cane off yesterday afternolon. The distance was ti o miles against the stretam to a stake. hat and return. 'Ihe day wa unuosually bright, and the shares, ship ping, ald every elevation were thronged with ipecta trors. The aMobile crew in their striped shirts and whlil trlwvrn were a trim, gallant looking ret of fel. lIws, and so were our townasmen in their uniforn of red. The iltanhblin was tire finvorite-its crew were de termined to" go tlheir deah" in support of their city's pride, and btrs ran in their favor. " Two to one," was freely ,rnlred and as pnrmptly taken. We have rarely seen more interest or excitement. The decks, main tops, fretops, cross-trrees, and atnost every part of the rigging of Ihe vencls, tire barges had to pass, were lit elalive with men. At the signal, off the hoatI started, like coursers for the gal--the Celeste hav;ng the near side, and gaining a slight advanrtage at first. Shie shot ahead about a length and maintained her position, if indeed she did not gain, as far as we could see her. They were hoth hidden fronm our view before a great while and the anx. irty ofthese who wer.: not Iasted on " the heights" and asid had aflairsigltt,bcca me intros. At last they wert even to ohoot out for tiohetke atI , the Ciesote still in the lead and rounding firetlowed closely by the Hamblin. Coming down,j la ttiergained, and con. tinued to near her ntagon t till thLy Came to the last half mile,.e hen she came up alongside. Moth crews exerted every nerve. The game was now desperate, and they pulled with the iron nerves of desperate men. The Hamblin gathered up fore heavy pull, and made a length ahead; having alightly the advantage of the stream,once or twice the Mobiliana made a brush at the Orleanoie, and their how rano up nearly to the quarter of tihe latter, wtho however so near the goal could not give in. * Horrah, Coleate, " Go it Hamblin." " Huzza," " Hluzza," rounded on all sides. The post was reach ed in shout 20 minutoe, the Hamblin winning near a length. We understand that the Celrote crew have offered a banter of $1000o aide, for another contest, to come off on Sunday next, which may be taken up. The act ofthe Masaochusetts legislature, granting 1,200,000 dollars to the Western Rail Road has received the governor's signature, and is now a law. Bait. Amer,. How different wan the fate of a bill for a similar pur pose, but mnch more to the State's interet!--but our governor knows so mtuch mre about economy, coneti tutional principles and what is proper for the promo tion of the prosperity cf the State, than Edward Eve Four hundred dollars reward is offered for an inesn diary who set fire to an ice house at Jones' Falls, near Baltimore. It was filled with ice, the greater part of which was deatroyed. The N. V. Courier temarks thattricks have been re sorted to, to prevent the organization of institutions un der the Gceneril Banking law, & says that if it i neces tary, they will be exposed. MAo D Doa are beginning to make their appearance at the east. A large Newfoundland dog, in a rabid state, was killed at Brooklyn a few days ago,alter it had bitten a colored woman and three dogs. Why is a young gentleman about to take wife like one embarking for the principal sea port in Fiance ? Because he is going to hIre her. STEAMBOAT SUNK AND ltaErn.-We learn from tile St Louis palers, that the steamboat Ariel on her pas sage down the Mississippi struck a rock on thle Lower Rapids, and immeinately suink, but was rained agaien ina few days & arrived at St Louis on the 24lth, with the prinepal part of her freight. She sunk a keel-boat, loaded with lead, which was totally lost. The keel boat had about 900 pigs of lead. A Mon entered the Office of the BufiRatloinn anto Mercury, oni the night of the "2d ult., and destroyedi eases, threw type o't of the window, and Iaterinally injured tihe press. The outrage unlprecedented ir tihat city, is undergoing a legal investigation. Onto RAnIL Roan.-T-'he Manhattan Advertiser says that riis rorid is now opened entirely through to Lower Sandusky, the piles mostly oll the gr lntd, and thun a general "gn Ihend" appearance marks tlhe whole linle. On tlhe 15tih of March, tile Legislature of Michligan aloliched inmprisonment for debt. SvUDrEN DF.AT.-WC lIrrn froim the Ilotilnad lhe raid, that 11r. Hallmilton b)rery, Editor of thie Vernlmont Statesmlan. lied nuddernly.at Ctlnlleton, ni Mondllay nlet, lMarch 26th, of tihe scarlet fever. THE J. N. MAIFFITT ian reated quite a revival in Louisville, and he is wanding into their pockets, as well as their aiFectiont. They are going to raise for him se veral thousand dollars. If none but the prayers of the righteous avail, when his present converts, and hope seekers get to the gate, they'll be disappointed by St. Peter, if we are not mistaken. ILLIt.ars.-Thie Legislature of Illinois, in joint bal lot, elected S. T. Logan (Whig) Circuit Judge, by a mieajority of 12 votes over D. Prickett (Loco foeo.) On the 4th inst. they were to have held a Fair for the Benefit of the Orphans, at Louisville, whlich was to be a very splendid o.fair. A new Whig paplel, tie Journal, has been established at Jeffersonville I.e.. by Dr. N. Field, a gentleman of talent and a good writer. Letters fronm l.ondon say that Col. Gamble hea con plated tlie negocialion of a miillion and a half of Flori da tock. A crop of ornsa Mnltieatlis trees, raised in North Caroline, was taken to New York, uholtt the 25th of March, and sold for $.i0,hIi. Tile capitaliets of New York and Allirny liave just taken a rnew State loan of $I,0U0,i00i, bharing five per cent. interest. The Royal William Steumer now runs between Diub lin and Ilavte. Recorder's Court, SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police and Night Watch, April 7, 1839. Pat Boyle, Jeacb Vebeare, John Dwyer, Jack Smnilt, M. Keef, Adaln Gaunat, 'li'omnna tGllispee. Ar rested for being drank. Discbargedl. Iat Duffy arrested for a breach of the peace. D)ia chliageid. James Wallace, John Heller, Geo Hoyt. Arrested by

Evans of tile River Police Boat, discovered tlhese worthies sneakirg from their lurking place about two o'clock last night in tile very Ihrdst of that heavy rain i dog-out, armed woiknkr ane &e., anid being unable to satisfactorily lshow what ir. gent business urged them our at that inclemnent and unrenasonable hour of the nichl, nor could when before the Recorder refer to or proeure any credits ble person that could oeucl for their cclupntion to procure the means of subsistence, were severally comunitted for 30 days, Seneca Bliekford, arrested as an incorrigible vngbhond, and having Igen several times cummitted, sent for one year. MilchaelSpiatter, arrested for assaunling and striking Mrs. Shay. Bound to Criminial Court for $3010 bail. t Charles MeDonald, Arrested. charged with runhling Joa Dehart; tihe complainn a seays tlhat McDonald of fered to sell hinm a watch wlih he represented as gold, for tally $20, whlichl appeared sit very cheap tlhat lie cnented to lay, altlogllglh poii fnltlcer eanmrination it is found to be worth shabout one dol lar. Iehart drew from hit pocket a roll of bank ntres (980 dollars) and selnecd a fifty dollar note aid presented to MlcDolnaldin payment, wlhen Me Inald seizeul holad of tile toll woilh one hanl and with the . ther planted a blow in Dehart'a face, knocking him down, and then made tracks an last a his lia legs would carry himi-but unfortunately for hint IDehart soon stood erect again andi began to cry ltop thieflhen the citizens soon aided in secarinag him. McDonuld said he was not guilty of tlh ,f knocking down, there was no truth iii trat part of ,f the charge, but nas to tie robbery--hlis situation wan rather Iopeless and the ehance appeared a favorns bleone. Bound to Crilmliral Court and in defaolt of bail was commited. trottetingu at eountiUt. S OND) MUNICIPALITY. ".> MONDAY, April 8, 1838. Present, lHon Joshua Baldwin. Recorder; Alder. men Caldwell, Freret. Gloyd, lall, Lockett, Po. tore, Rogers, Sewell, Whitney, and Yorko. t O motion of Mr. Lockett, a Comnm tteo of two, composed of Meoars. Lookatt and Whitney was appointed to verify thre lections of the diffrastt t members. Mr. Lockoet, Chairman, made the following re a The Committee to whom was referral the en Squiry into the qualifications ofthe Aldermen of Mu nicipality No. 2, Report, thatafter a proper exami, nation they find that S.J. Peters, J. II- Caldwell, John Hall, E. 1H Sewell, It. J. Rodgers, S. Gloyd, J. P. Frere) B. Whitney and II. Lockett are legally qualified to hold their seats an Alder. ean of said Municipality 11. LOCKETT. IENJ. WHIITNEY. Tile Recorder appointed tme follotwing stand ing Committees : Finenre Comntiler ; S. J. PETERS, J. P. FRERE'I, JOHN HALL, Slreies, Kr. J. II. CALDWELL; S. J. PETERS, BENJ. WHIIITNEY. Fire : E. YORKE, D. J. RODGERS, E. W. NEWELL. Police : D. J. RODGERS, H. L(ICKETT, JOHN HALL. Ctlniaac : BENJ. WIITNEY, EDW D. YORKE, SPENCER GLOYD. Health : D. J. RODGERS, H. L(CKETL, E. W. SEWELL. On motion of Mr. Peters, it was Resolved, That all matters referred to stand ing Committees of the former Council and which have not been reported on, he referred to thlisamo standing Committees of this Council;-and that all matters referred to special Committees and not reported on, be referred to new Committees to be appointed by the President of the Council. 'I h Recorder appointed in relation to the reso' lutions introducedby Mr. Caldwell at a previous meeting, to come to the relief of the New Orleans and Nashville Rail Road, Messrs. Peters, Rodgers, e and Whitney. and, Of the Committee on a p, tition in relation to ohooles. the Recorder appointed Messrs. Peters, Caldwell and Sewell. On motion, the Council adjourned to Tuesday the 10th April instant, at 5 o'clock, P. M. JOHN GIBSON, Secretary. ST. CHARLES THEATRE. "'rlle ptilic are re.l.Clilpy informed itha tle dis tingisalel T'1ragedian Mr i FOKRE.T is engaged for filRe1n night., and will inake his Ilillth appearance This Evening. This Esening, April 9, Will hbe presented the Play of DAMON AND PYT IIAS. Damon, Air E Forrest Pytbhias, J R Scott I'alnntlw, Mrs lDu 3 Ilermioile, lnarret Overture, by Orchestra To conclude with thlle arce of TOM NODD)Y'S IECRET'. Tom Noddy, Mr Johanon Ormnlnd, G Barret - iGabriell, Mrs G Bltrett FOR HAVRE. The fine ship CI.UAI)IUS, Capt Scblie, a having all her cargo engaged, will svill in ten days. o'nr paisnae only, apply an board opposite psnt 7, 3d it Mnieinlitv or In a9 S'I't'tI'ION & AVE R'Y, 88 Grevier at FOR IIH4IRLESTrON. The fine scholoner SEPTEMIIRE, Capt. Donae, havingh te moestpart of her eerg o S engaiged. will meet with despaltlelh. For freight or pasage, aply to the Captalin ln board, oppsile l'riangualar buaidings or to n9 STETSON & AVERY,88 Gravierst FORI NEW YORK. Packet Ilth Proximo. Loisiatna and New York Line of Packets. I.T te A I lnst eailincepecket ship MISIS SS[PI'I, Capitain Beelm, will tail an. o, eln the anernllon of tlle Ilt instant, weather peritlting. Flr freight to passage, hbavinSg enperior anecomnhnitiollnpplv In the nlster on Inlnrl, oIlplt site the Vegelable innltlket, lor tn n9 .I J IIUI.LIN, 74 Cneap et T`'l'le, rane ofpnssage by this iine of Packets hls been reduced It $180, the piketk ship ,,nivilln,('apt. Allen will succeed I le Aliesissippiwilh quick ilespatch. I New York, is dieiaeureing, opposite tle Vegetalle mlarker. I onnignees will please attelnd tl the releipt ltheir gnods.la April 9 II CO:().NIGNEIS of the .illlowiig gCooil, In order per ship ouI.nsville, froml New Y.rk, will ,lease make tleir residrene known to tlhe clerk fallhe vessel. 'I' G!1 hl, res tchnro. J in adminind, It lasks nil. C e5 harrels whiting. April 9 f JNOlTIC I:-'rays No. 3i, 11 !0. !114n, 17:11. 1.56, 1111! 1515, 588, .5 , 16113 `idoled, 1011l4, li 31, 18; 5, 159 .1, 2. , 18. tIIIS. W ill iinmerintiilyv retl mn I receiipts tken fer goodl from Ship Misnai,ispi. Ino all J I IIILIIN. -1 j)I Kli.lt Il-l thn cfionl.i. ve ,ing in ti- tb ini,.. silp i,lll' r l;i lnd street. a keel bout, willl tile nialn of P'IKE pilntid on her sides. The lowner calln lve it iby paying for ndveEliecentl atid otlher expens,. SApply lit til Wlllbaslli cfoee Ilouse, on New I.ave, enrler Niore tLtae t 3t e,9 llt I C\ TI .OIICS-The life of Cardinal (l'everns, I Bi hop ofloston, and Archbishop of llordeaux, hasjnot been published, and Catholis cannot find in Ithe ancient or nmodern hisory of their Chulrch any ine . whose ex ple is mom wortlhy of imitation. Oaii of tllhe Panris Jollrnls srays : "No indiviviilntnl in Americn or Europe will repeat tlhat ciioseernted inane wiihtil ,,.rtieiiintiig in Iliilos senrlientle ofindescribable anilIhly venrrlion, wllilh so Inlach godness aneil o mucll inearhlly pulrity lan createdl; and all feel thiia, that nnile will bel revprancedI by ifter generaions withl all its honors anti all its iriontebl." This vnluable work can be hdrl of all A T'IWAII, 49 ('nmip at ýOl'l'lC'l-'lhe Jtenlnuers of thle order f EQi IAI. FEtl.lI.(iWl, will ieet at their lull, Ni. !) St d Charles oleart, on Wednesday tlie Ilhuh April illntant. if fi6 n'elcek, l'. 51. a l 11 T'I' EVANS, Agent. lanll the pub.liec, ihlla laviiii, iobtii ed ri lirte Cuunilulte 111 iconhll n i Mnniiality l ilthe ule of ttll rllrl1 i of gronlld sint"d n lli :anallll l street, heft aeenI Megiz'eP Iand1 Levee Streets, 1Ir IIe pllrlpe of.l rifctille sahtiiffiercerice lnll bulky articles, is nIw ir'nprelarI to cell ilie'ni every Wedinecid.liic cid t, tieitae, c Illi I i'cock A. Mt. coniencing o Weidnesday nlext, the f i hll inst. All liiied go.oids sent for sale anid not dispovi of, to lbe r.iiinIvl V lllteir respclie, owners inlelldilclv alter the si, or to remain thireie at theier own risk niiii l pelill; all ampllel io e I lll to thfe liighet lillrier. r A lille oftiiilerien will also lake nlace i!evry Miondil at Illti'clock A. +. rat hiinauction store nil. 9 ! Cotti Sireei. i9 3lnilW L' J It tI.Ahittli IPOSITII']. I" THE l.ST I' EIEK. GRIlEI'' ATTRACTION!! 43 Orleans Slreet, oppu.ite the Theatre. SR (lI,.,EIL respectfully inlibrls thi ipulic that W .urloe of CLI'OPA TRA, Queen nf lCgypli WVhiiiliich iab'aeniexibitedil i Inist of ihe princiiiil cities ofiith Union, io the lively ad7 nirniiatinl f alinlliy lhitannd viiiters,lhn iriived iiliilisieiir, and is now linig exhilbield for a slbrt time only, rironl 9 i'clock h, A MI, to 9 o'clck, P M. [ItAllAdmittance, 50 cents; neason iickets, $1. a9--If. A I'.S-2100 buslels landiicg frtll Iater Rlcmller, SfLr saln by AhitAtIA 31 'TIRIEtI, nia9 31 tiraeieret llt El-It SKINS-: biles Illlling elioal stealmn Ibon at Ilelaer, for sal lly A TRIER, 9 34 G(ravier at r INNY Iltic-Illi bundllsa gunny bag, landing al fur f ale by S & J P' WIIITNEY, 'i a9 73 Camp tit l,- I lHAl.E i)i[.--2l casks refined wlslke il in store for sale by S &, J P Will I'NEY, IV a 73 Calltl t fl AVANA iU(iARS--27 hnoxns whiie and 41 , liI r brwn sgarse, landing from snel oner Wrrwick, for sale by S & J P' WHITNEY, a9l 73 Canlp at 8OFFEE--I: bags Manilbl and Rio eofnle, fir sale ) by SIlAL.I & IIROWN, it a99G Mlagazine sat C('1 ttCt).A''E-t17 boxes clrhurcolnite, ill ltore and as far sale by SIIAI.. & BIIOWVN, e atI'AlII-l-1e0 boxes etareb, in store and otr sale iby 13 all 11Al,. & Illl)YVN,96 Msagaziote st i IKLES & CA'I'SUPS-711 hboxes assorted pic he kls and Tolnato ealslp, in stor, anil for sale by all9 SHALl. &IIROIWN,9iMlagazinensta SV ARNISl(IE-dI-Te duhscriber, having latelry eas e blisbhd i varnish nanlfactorv in New Orleans, in 05 ready to supply the painters anti the public in general, r by wholesale or retoil. Ilis prices are moderate, and 'y Ill quality i, hlis pr.diels snulerior lm ally ever bronght 6 In this plcc. T'he genllemanca enplveld to saperintend SthI manufactory has been at the head of an exteesive of estahlisement of this kind in.Funrope. Those disposed a to call at the corner of Nalclez and T'rehnpirlolas nu, " shall he presented with a fair sample of any varnish It they may wish to try. Aongst the varnislhes are fihe coach N. l1,warrainted not to change even in boiling water. The'leliln'bk varnish for stores and seamll bint Icirnnie.. Tie transparent varnisilwitlhntu smell, &c. Ann.' I! IIONNABRI.. . . I()OK KEEPING'.(". I ERCIlANT, 'hrks, anid ll persons wislhing to n uire n knowlredge, er to iprrove themnselves ill Iha scieneeoar olok Keepingo will fll ('olt's Ul)ook eeping ; Preaston'sa Bok Kteping (G dlardl' Pratcll Accoulnlallnt; Froter'sldo IEd'varrl' IB,.kkeaper's Alla.; Marah's do andl lBennettl nBook nKe ing, ifor sale at as fair pries ao tlhe cnn get thel in the city. lt ALEX. TO\VAR'S lBooktore, april 5 49 (Carno t HUltCIlI IC' )IONAKY-Contaiintu an ...pis ion oftlae termna, phrases annd snhjects coin, ctre willtl e extrernal rldra, aarrallrtts,woip). and 11 " ea oIIf the Protestnt Is.'icopal Churlch. at ilth ar esp cial referenr.oto the church inl tihe Ulited Stantes. by the IRv Wtilltanlon. Just received lnl fi.r sale b, april I ALEX IOWAII, 49 Camnp si. , ISSING from Ilnrque lne dl'Orleana J 1 iI IlnlelrdyImarked I S I cask harked G, or J (rey, Santa Fe I ke. maerkedO (iododwin, U-ineci ,ati I'rnlrked J & Ii s lrpsed to have baeen rclive.l d by r istake--Any nrfomrnation respecling tie ahore will Ire tl:hanr.kfully received. I. II (t;:.ALE, april 2 93 Common nt VALUABLE ENIlI.1r4I1 WiiKs N EWION'S Prinrcipir, i tlo. volarix W\right's CoUnaelnltary on Nowrlon'a Principi., i. Vi natl I' ractlil and Sc;entilic Treati-e on Calcarious Mnlutalrs nd Cementjin I vol. Smilll's Pnloramta of Scien.er and Art; enmlracing the principal sciences ando arts; the meriatl drolork agn wmillhl lll.n l lld tal; Inal slaellneons sec tion ulll afulad itlllreralna Iroere.sae all experi meOat, in 'a wola, willt ilarolralive engravings. llulltn'a Mnltlnlietal 'tablet; onltainIg ihe Ct l. lnan, htpernlbrie, and Lngeatin Lagorilhaaa. Alao Sinra alllgent., Secacnts allnl Vorsed Silen., bollh nautie.I anti logarithmic, and tile complete descrip. tioll ao.d nR if tile lables. Simpsan'a IDoctrine and Application of Flaxirnn, in 2 ml. Forsale by WM MIKEAN, npril I enr Cnollp aond (nlt .n st t 1i. l EANS-7 brla hnnNni g rona entahuna Vandarlir., or sale bly ABIIAIIAM TRIER, aprl 1 34 (ravier et WI)ISDOM ANID (IENIUI OF aIHAK.SPEAII., (O.PIRISINtI Moral Philnsophr, I)elineationa of J Clbaraeler, Paintinga of Nature and tile Pasiaas- evI nll reo Aplhorirllm and anIllellaonraa pire'e. will, Inoe, &c. I'hIl whole making a Text Book for the tiIhlosophelr, Moralist, ltatamaln, Poet and the I'ainter. 'T'he pirit of the Ealt, Illustrated inl a Journal al Trnvels through Kolmeli,duringan eventfill period by D) Urqhart, Esq. JustA receirad anr Ir sal h4v aptl I ALEX. TUWARI, 49 C.mnnp at LOA SUIJ AR--Vaiioaa t nai s in sCle. and Iror Uslv Ibv ' , HA & BROWN, 96 IMagazine troe t, Agents to alfytte sugar refinery, L $10 REWARD. A BSENTEI) herself last evening, the slave girl SMARY JANE, about 20 years of age, andere markably white flrn slave, byl when spokeli to lsa the accent ofa negreos. It is supposed she has been en ticed awayv v Maome white person. The above reward will be paid for her apprehension, on applieltion to a8 ta W COLLERTON. BROt1ANS & BO)TlS-.300 eases, comprising an extensive asorment Ofllmen's and boy's kiap and russet Ib~n lini; men's calf ld kip bMuets ladies, mie set, and elhildre'u ipumtsl, shoes, nlipper., and burckle tine, for eslebty I BitLID)E & Co, 7 oG . . .. . . 34 la .ug, .:_ lrawing odah Laouiaioaa Lotntry Clat s 17. 5031 291J 13 41 173351 75727 TO DAY. $10,000 !!! C pittl Prize. 4,004)0 Donrs! 10 Prises of $1,tN0 is $10,000! Tickets only $2 50. 75 Numnber,-12 Drawn Ialllot LOUI SIANA LOTTERY. Authorized Iv Act of l.ekislatttn. Chapter XI.11I, pasted Mamch 2i, I.l Clasy Iifo, 1,39,ac Ine drawn on T eodna, Acpil !r, 1039, at 6 u'clock, P. M1. at the ixclhange oltet, r"t. Charles ot. DI. S. (ltEItIIfY & Co. toeeinrors to YATIES & oIcNTYRE, .tsnagers. RIC0 SCHEME. 30,316 Piizes, amounlting to $136,376 Tihkets $250-I1ilvesoc 25--ltoarters$63 PaIckgoes of l6 lickets for $6., warranted to draw at ctIs $ji0. Shllrec in procorliop. For Packages or single 1 aker nponl at Tile flllonocors Offile, april8 35 (Canal street. nllt to Campnt. CITY BANK, New Orleals 6th April, 1839. T A Meeltiu of the Ibord of iracectors held this D. oDa, he illocwinog liolutioi was uanoimouely adopled,'viz- itenolveI, that ll note, under renwnl i the Blonk, may be renewed tlnti the first doy of IleeembeIr next, on thie iyllent ofa cetrtail mnt of 't'wenty r teno , and the ual diseoont. ThIte board of Directors re saving thle ri.lat to reqI.ire additional security in all eases, where thely ay deoem it necssoryo i80 It J PAI.FREY, Ccashier. LUNll r' (:OASI' PILOT anod Ilowditcl Ncvino Stor, also Ilunt's Nnutlicl Alonaon fir sale by o30 I) FELIT & Co, St Chatres ot - EII..I--l - cemenll iiot said pllcii t ntao r V icr sole ly a S8 & J P WIIIE.\.Y, 73 Camp st l(I iFFI i h.-10- I hgst Ihlavll coffee, filr salt Ity a; # . J 1' \VW'1111iY,7131'ainupat r --,l l "hltk..g 1Ill!Oil Isni, aasoirled sizes nla &ll ~ & J I il I rNEY,93 Comp at JAS AII ACKINGi-211 cic pase .lo blacking Nurerose" bra.d, for solo be aI I ItlDloiFE: d Col, 1:14 Magazine st A 1iFAI:TIIElll' TOilACCO--150 hoxes 8O, r11. Is 16, and 3Is, of vlrion broand, and qIallities, tore olc by 111111 t lE & Cu, li1I4 :141 MOls ine st t1i (l(i-1500 barrels, in lioe thipping o , nlr l ,I '1,1 New ILeve,. t1 ..AC:KI:ItS--.',I Ils buer n. d uter C, ncers insi .) store, for sclh by (. ltI tiaEY, ,dril 4I 441 niw Levee i llt4AMtl'til Ltoni Ilit lidt New York pries i iilden I.. c ter I c I ' tprly fit cl I ti ri, iiII iIIINNAIII' 3 .:Itore,' nprl I oroner Nai hIes .tl Telepitalmlna sty b1 IItR IIBRA S-150111 ill hi Itr yllirhaitr sici hy ul, I 1 II i )l.Vlc llltttc 'Xi 1 iT haolil ouli st l( i -- bushels, l.adlg Int eiamtrin loer, e 11;1 l nilt I l ir e st I ' XCr i \I-% o il I I t It.I 't I' N, r ae l. ) -o . . '1 ai Ii I ItlilllIiK &. Co, 131 Mtagczine st -Al KNlPft IItIOF NEW tOI-:ANN. lllEB prire i freshl fliour to-iday is $1. 75 perharel SlecoIlrlig toi the i orill; thell kers sihall give du. ring the ,ising wrek (from Mondy lt i,,ot.) 40 ounlo ces of breawt for a Int. Bread of the weclnd quality in rendir to wetigh 35 per cent. mire. viz: 50 ,tils: rr alril (;6C ENtIISl,Ma or. St(SIN-:5 I.c nni lein-g from chip Churle In:ncnel, and fnr snle by mnr 1 S SIIA.I. & BIIRtWN, 9(1 Mlagline Gi !~ NY ISAGtC it bales and ibuliles, t1;r.nle by L I apl I I lRI D(il; & + Co., 13.)1 Jln z zinest NEW ORILEANS AND NAS.IIII.LE IAll. IROAL COt)3IIAINY. Ar.on. 3, Il3:?; ' Sxtrarct ftroln the Alinutll of thle clroredingso of llie Ioard, hel this dIy. Ilrolved, 'That the naenrs of all iIthe StocllOhldlels, ninw g abelill hlllundred hares, whlo refuse to isri bte hP eir stlll'k, lpursuant o re1oitlllllill lllludlr dInte of" the t th day of March lest, an. well an tlhe names of fil those who oncelllt u to distribulte th ir stock, le pib. ished. JA11:S II. CAIIlWtEII., spr 1-31 -ri f Ut .ple hdl ari uf Ilillianl Mlhlls mid tl l'h,.ks. IIUtr II & \I.I.iN S Iish'-! eilleh, htri nab hy - l i .1 II (it l I, lneilli I Il nnol l lii i aluii I E I nmnt 1 ;;N! S--l heisipeil l FIund taken at 7, Front Le vile , l;, ir lnwerl,.4. JI.)1 III'iN'-An .ilne oil; lle ,.lIIInnl Innens ruiI I,. Vlte*+rn. Kelly, IlMrrlns & CIo. P)o-n.session gi" en on Ie I I nT the JO TA-pl eo T JR, i'lBFi c.r Poyilra* & Magazine l, IOFF'ICE OF THe FI'IRM. -N'SNi..N-..CU S1'l mee.tillg of tIll. Stc:k lll.er .s f this instit ti on A l' tie first nlunlIt, ite fn lowintng centlenmen were d uly eleteld Iliree htns utll is inltititon: (George Redford, . Ir Ilrunet, lIl tnlnttt Anthonlly Parker, I. Spnnengeherg, Jnllle F lliseo , I Knentlle. si iillinghnn,sen. A WV thinine, IlI . lennett I' F lInney, J N llawthorn I) S lieweca, , Snnliel SPewarl. Annln a nmeeting of Ihe I)irectors held on the Eve. leing o ll tle ld illltntlll, Ieorge elldf.ord was elected President. i) o el'olrnlf, Iciupeeclr f I lolsnoc Jinlllle Sltlktlon, Innectour eof Vessels, Ilult, &c. unll F. T, trucy, Secrettry. april 4 III1iE U lIE LA CIII 'A iNI II'ilNsUIAiNCt DIES l'( )III'IE[IS, I)e la Nouvelle Orleians. A I.'isenlll6de dlesSonencriptcurs de certe Insltil lion, terlllle I llre lir ic llranlt le iusontic n b etiraiellt eles I)irecletlrs te (i'cite Colnp.gnie ieorge lIdetdfnrd, Il II lrunnet, Anthony Parker. . Spangetlberg, J PF l Bisce nelleie, S (;illingllam, een AV Wu itees, I I ltnennet (l F Ilozey, JN Ilwltherl I) S lewceee, S Stewart. A1 I'Aanssnmulle des Directeurs tn.e le roir dIn ae elold courant, George Bedford ct l it nonnmi President DS Woolrllnff Inspen lreur des ntaisol 3 Stockton, Illt-pecretnr d vniseaulx, etc. LAvril 3, I1iI89 E L TRACY, u4 Scer.-tuirne 4Lri i iOP- I - 1) , nll Cepen flie ale by april .I WM IT .i u . t r pIer nan diici rlnnninieelteot i bUvllt. I1. U tIIE l'II Ii\il--tl cauneencininlne a- v-n - reen io kndf s ant qrlel e. t o tak he sr a sone for snrleh y d I Is lllWa &F, A CeO flIS17 l iTION 'nF C: n 4t'A'llT EFtYjf -'1rche SCcpenrn'"rselip hrln'n ,cr etn icig hlnnnne the subiscribri i nl h' Iti le IftO wler & Kel is In ts IniY dlissllvedl Iy lilnlllltlnl nnnl. Alll erlons vi ig i c cninndlacillt het, old tiln will Ipreenl tlIme tuo lV II KIllvi linrpatnnt,n a i i e ri t ern neill itcie t x:1uec, to hlie lc o will l ltiln tIne elliir-of tlIe Idlte fIri. F: I, :'. pI.F.R, epriil I In _3 II KELY. it IJUCK's 'A NACEA h r . q l11iS niediiinje hus been highlly st eseosful it tile culte oif the fulloc in-t ni'.i.n'e dyspcpia, liver diolUee, itndiLectinn, Inens ofnppetlite. ntervoun affection-, cutllneone erlllitnutinn, senttniuerv Sypllilie, Mlercuial dli ease, gellerl dbtiily. anld nIl otiler diselses arising fhnnnnm tirpnlily of the hlorll- i is parutlnnlely nncnnn iendcePd ns l slpring nnd lull tedicine, to retnovale iilt p.irl c A .Xns iAll ionll . It is cntremely agreol le to takn, resenhling in tisle i rich cornnli, nlnd einig ptrely vegetlunab e otposi thon, Io y be tIkelnl wit oerlcen lIfety by tile mosnt deli cale persollns. A senpply of thle ahoy, received nti faor sale by SICKIES & Ce, DIengiets, npril I Imo 41i Cnallt J- :WI:1.11- , AT W .IIOLESAL-E. I M11' IE.L, No Itli, ('htartles et, lha titl lnv no IV civenl i fill assllrlllennt of WVltllche, Jewtelry, ,n n il, Speetneltces and (;]lnls Woarc, thlley will he ofer eln ile tllowet nnarkel price. npl 1 Nt(tll'iCE--TtIo -nnrtllershiip existing betweeon Lthe ll suhtnriltre, ilnder Ihe frln of Porke Irohellece wa issolvedc by nllllllla conselnt. on lel 71h Flerunry, I:f8. The nuInlllt of the ienn will be usned by Edwnrd Vorke, in ltquihtlion of It saflhairs. F "ORKE. nprll I I' J lO ItKE. I i-CE-50 liercen,. fr sale by _ nl 5 ABRLAIIAITRIER, 'I Chllrtret ll O ill. Kenstucky' nod llliuni Ilank Notes, for .ale -0 b G DOILSEY, pedl S -_ 44 New Levee U ACON (Mii.,e1l9 cache Cino.ioocni cucad in I) stre, foflnl bty, G I)ttIISEY , epedi5 41 New Lsvee I UNNY BAIlS-an hnles mnatoe fnr anile by -T aplt 3 ( DORSEYn 44 New i.eee (i.L.-I l l i TXI:IIANUiE--Blnk lll. if En I) cllnlngu. plecnldidlv engreved, nIn ULdeewool, IB.ld .iilcncer, Plhillde:lllh l Ia molnl iin lookl of lin veluietilt sir.,jut ratceeived ond for ale hly apl I ALEX TOWAI., I') t t In" st /I" ENTErI. tineniclctl d Apnrtenelcntn n ren- at in or ecr oflul na and Cucondelen et. mnur Il WT IIIT I.EAI) &e.--Union Company while lend, S linseed oil &a, now landing from ships (;Gaon and Republicna,500 kegs Union Cananny white lertl, paent,.lso in store 601) kegs Lewis' I'hiladelphia white lead, 5110 goallons Linseed oil of eulperkr quality, in lierces end barrels, fur sale ib JARVIS & ANIDREWS, n8 corner ('Commen &' Tchonphlenlan at EPPKF--4Ol nhaAgs Whavery Soumtlrn pepper, in 1 PERM CANDLES-400 oxesn varulo brand, in store, end for sale by aS SHAII. BIROWN, 90 Mapanlee it Sa tore,nl for sale by SALL & BROWN, aplI 1 9t.iagasine a OS IEN BU-IrER--31 firkins, just tervmre and Sfor ale b) SHALL i BRIlOWN, april 11l Megatzineusl SOAP--54lH Inxns 1 Sop, Jaooe es on , ta. Trowbridge, and J A Marteal's, fer ee Ib. m pil l I BRIDIGP & Co, 131 Malsirael SERMt UANIVh.E-30lk o so apenm Candied, S assnrled brands, fr rsale bl apl r1 I BIIDi{L A& Co 134 Mlenzine at lg )IE aoneriib ornftir for nle 150 hls FlInur; 150 bhlll Whilskay; 5 casks lucon Sides; 50 casks allon Shoulders; 10 eoska canvassed Il amn. Saprl TIIOS B IIULLEN, 71 Camp ol NEW BOOKS. F LVIIRA, or the Nuaobs Wife ; by Mrs Monkland, Jastk theptrd, No I. by W II Ainsworth, to Ir E ptllte in I mrs la: willt cute.. Colveratoious on Notore and Art: An intererling antd rIllbe vi hnlme with nulletrtrol ull. Jut recoil edIr, AI.X T'IOWAIi, airil 2 49 Camp at TO ME RCIIANTS. f[IMEICIIANTS can nhoe a BIEaurtrIt. CaaCU. ttn struck ofatfour hoturs NorsIt,bth.allsag at te Comtpting toren of TRUE. AMERICAN Pl'nTrao; Ort(lc, St.Clhrles Exeltonge, aljoaoing the EIoA ino RooaM at Cornerof Gravier atreet, oralthe Print itg Office, eor.er of Poydrns and St. Charle streIets. LAW BOOKS. POTIlEI1 on Obligtiots; Sloephstllt on Pleading ()liver on Conveynnees- 'Ifoler ou Executions (Gow on Partnerships; Founblanque on Equity Chncey'e Marriage Rights ; Gonbl's Pleading A lew sipplIy o)f te nlove,tlhte d.y reeield., by A _i . . ALEX }1 'OWVA, 49 Camp el T O GWO a)--: n tlo Campenchy Logwood, Iand inj fron brig Adoin, for ale by _r S&JPWIIITNEY;,73Campe WAS.IlNrnT.ON BAILL ROOF Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philip street, hetween Royal & BRurbmn. H V 'I Maagerf:r of the above named Ball uom,g rant fll tto Io friadsa nsid tie lpublie fLo, the tantvral. elled tlllptrolge bestowed on fitt lorseverul eeasono s respectfully iniormsn themo that tlte eatblihlllett hoa been eollagedl for the amusement of visitors, and untt ,taergone iumnne, rase pairs. Tbe bar will be surpllased by ne in quality ofliqunrn.al the Itestournt a ill Isa kept by the ahiblest iletaurleur in ilse Unjteor States. The roomlwill re-open on t Saturday eventag, 3rd of Nolvrntelr lettI Ihv a toI. NI) DRESS & MASQUERIAI)E ItALL.. atnd will talke olne as usunl every Monday, Wednav isnv nlmld satrdt.l ovening, during the seaotn, whiehl will and .,I finet 1.t of Many, 1B:l). N. It. The erenattst aentiont will be paid to keep illn perfecrt rder throulghuut the esetlnllllllant, aS a n) d Ior last season. F. XCH- ANn-I' : RI".1. , IN - li,1f11. + III. lI'llr tel+ a lhx re-fitled his hteading tttom , in' LIte Sl. (:ha rl* Exchnn;h,n CorLer of (jrtaier alld St. IChltrles street, In thle ntent mannler. I icsideA .ll the orinhipol I ptero of the ttUnittl States, of everv city anld ttnle.ltle ('anllldas,'Tell antd Mexi o n, Itav.nn, ry e room is regularly and extensive It Ippile WiattItIhe IatesEuroeotenn itIters, LoytIe I.iae. nId Prioo's Prics Corrett. Alto wioth tinrly nll hl Literary Periodicalsnof thedtny,and hts there pltblicaltilns of tile L.oaton, Edinburg, Wesmtninator Metropolitan I.eviews and ollnckwtoln Magazine. The, North American Review; the Southern I.itcr~rv, Knick teoker,'l'he Atlericsan Journarl af ,.iet cr ondl Arts (Cabinet MisctllRny I)emoterntto Reviewo, (irtiltlenO's a gneie, Amlerica llo othli, llentlnv' Miscelleny, tile Mexico Chirurgicnl Rleview, and o variety s otherl. All these works lire rregulalrly ullcnrile]d ",r nlld ree.i yelt. The roomt is aio" stlup lielld wtllll S .itre rnriety oftlanp lni etllaeen, Niles fiegister, tery's I'rire Cttr. rentfrlln itm tornllellcelllent, (iznteers,eandl a variety of wolrks olrefrrence. The mtl activel & intllligenl news collectors are rm laed, Ie i ivethoIl lerlie i ntries vnl, t nlly lnr l inor ox tpern, will be spaenl to render thisa Itteading It'l tho first tlhe Ulnile liteles. Sll.eripttllnlor e raelCeelftlly rel tit r. l tll l-ti hr IlIIN'l'l, al the tahrteP e Notice, in the most hel.r. a manner, in Black or t 'tard lens, oe 1,:l el led, Whi.it lake, or Plain N tft,-d Canus~, and Prsiel reery re'asa,,ble a 'rIltl:'i A9MI.IIl(: AN OF" FI;l,:, eorner of t',, lae sans l Pt. (herlrs t.I. S'erenal New and lIeaultiful Fountds of 'l'ir have Just been ll led to the Establishm ent. ()rders rteired s at C( lpting t oofl .n, $a. ICharles E"rbnln', 3rd Ihnr frcsm (trviel t.,m nat Ike PIrinting (tilic rotsner of l'oydre & M't. Charles sreet Is. nor I - If I e" t l m lt l'l ln, llln gl dl , loes t r e '-h or go, od pa er fit it call bl. lll r a gttts llt.. l et'Icy al 1 c9 t t. Joe tlh sle .. 7 It TERRELI. A '.NI)l:--lingt neirts, holnlies et flllamo, it .ieon llm rclhte asnr ie I'argent on de papierq oe Iuon petIIIt Imettle, Ilp!. cl ple. .'dlhresller i la ruile St Joseph. No. 197. mn7 It 'I'ERRELI. I+ +A'i'IIE:K3--Iy slhilp Allburn al-l elegsnt l'or IIlHeIt ofdilffWr elloleh)rld IIhlnmes, rc.ieved and1. fo alcI by ttOSSII' & (Co, Ex.ahlcsg. hotel, f5 tMt Charles at sTEAM BOAT BILLS. O IV NFRS, AGENtl , or C. SE'TAIN ofSTEAM IIOATh ean have their Bills struck of, in one or more Colored Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, witl despatch, and on favorable Terms, by leaving their Onil:R. at'l'lTRUI AMEILICAN OFFICE, corner of Itovdrus and St. Charles streets. NovLn9-tf Pi.j1 ItRIIE-A Girl ,f f b.trls.es .ea or agve,-"iamj Sat every thfing, pareiclarly ifor children. Apply a lmr2 Nn. 1i5 KRlnlpart W IA.sl)w A.3. -7:1 boxes w indow gl- nr Setario llritaeia unatlrals, receivina per ship Or* leansnd Chltrles Jaaephsa, and f(r eole by n2?5 ,It (C'IANNON, 1I Camp at 3iB r(lt -iANe-t1 iaei it.t qlaty ki brogain, end Sjing frotn lhil ttSnatr, for ..i hy o I IItRIltGE &e. Co, 134 eMngeon e no l(WE.IL, Preenli$Zonj'Y5 ate ats atc Lt ionav I cfrl ship (Cialbiana, fir sa le by cit5 I II1ID;G1 & Co, 131 l.mazina st --N )l'lti l:= a sR- e rii l r lha-ving iU.tgti al atian tithe Apothecary store owned filrlerly by Willanl .vlalt--t'rtiithotlllia st, oilposito the Vegataltlis nmarkel aof Ilir t llllMtiipnliiy, ubate Ielord a--begs leave tn infrin lv p ichiitt nl the Itblic in glneral, thia he shas pUt hisi stablisialert under the direction of an able and nlot otlllpetenl apo thecary, and thnt she hens osedicine, ancl ehelniral preperatioul can be found con stantl there, d physicians preaoriptions put up cnarefu lully lavy and uight. m-ar 2. II. BONNA_ _L. l11l'I'\rI k)Ifht a F tiW onl-r0in toks iv Swarda will te tiii by the subocerier, for such in forrnlatms as will Ieall Io the dicrovery cIshe driver of coany tnerlltlherd ``2 (liIsp used Io Ie n false number) a IS, tintid 2 coles IaIl I bae onlie A. fronlship astilhzL I.II GAI.E, a.7' 9:3 l'llncn at INEW I'Ul.Is;yA I'IONS-'-The itsmen Iof England, IN\thir on:ii 'lt dtien ,;"d , :tct I"it, by Mrs Eillils, atttofltihr. Peltlry li rlir, Iticturea of pri rate lifi-, I'res-nion So in2itss2 Jock Adbttns, thte ssststinerr, itc Coptoin Chmtiev, R. N. Attlo~r athe I.ile of a atilor bay, Usll Bract ! c in Tlta Ittistis cCocatia, is.v tr the ttieer of Sntmt Slick, the I<ktstnllakvr, c ..c, also No. 10 of Nicholal Niklhsby. lllllelt received siad fir sale hy as29 IV MIKEAN, Clar of (:ap &Commoc o alt aos aTr o RU tI--I lt lurrels B satllt Rtl a, lanling irsllii ship (-llmllibin· stallld for sth, hy mnai'n" & J P WHITNEY,73 Camp a OI'I,'.(--:Nll) aloe, 4-4 M iddlesex an Norlh SiF o l browlshellating, indilklgfmsa ship Senalor for sale by ISAAC BRID(IE & Co, 134 Magnzine at )AI..i.T S'rT- ih$lLE-An v.r.elr i- iingii im ar 70 tonsa ofual a anhall tt o fls aboee pont, for Icaair freig.l will he giesn, opply to Au office. .StC.-..s.. 3t t lc 9 JORIt -11.1.ri111ofSrnlne ttt ctitrtined, anrn akal SIrs andl grindersrnlllshnh, tite plantation lse, in stor. far sale bIy CIHAMIPLIN & COOPER. 1it16 7~0 & 82 Julie at JOHN 'V. CH riD , ENGILAVER. .NI ) A'C e'I'ER.-l.A''l PRINT'ER, No. 3, sCap S. l1 I.1, engrave anl print to order, bIank otes. blln V T sFa'xchangtt, bills of bslistg, litltttaus, tlsrcaa. tile ant viciing cards. tutari i, Ielstular "nd croa•nling |losseals, dlotr I ates, silver aewo , 4.r. -,olsyls sd, on sorssstmt aft ilcer plated and brass door P S Cords printed from plates alrmatlady engraved. HAVANTri~sGAIltS-43h tlnalsoad in snrate s'e by AIIRAIIAM TRIER, aprl " 34 Gruvier an apl 4 1 BRIDGE, & Co, 134 MIglfzne a S f,r sale bIy G. DORSEY apl 4 44 New LeVee, 17t1 Il KELIY still cosssiues tie I iivory barineis SV at tihe ol astnll of owler & Kelly. on lia owm account, and he will always keep or, mta1 a fin, lot os mallorhd allll silgl hoirses, alse Ihrloschenl RBlgler, .rA, f tlie best qaility, fitr sale, ine, rt. r.rhsgr, to which the ltentiao of the Ih tbl.e is parlic.oirly inci. led. Wi Ii KEI.1.Y, april I fit 2 & 61I Ih Gravier FgT'l'he bri EIilfraeae t;r Bstia it-ieI nanW liec-ter ing oI poslle I'eset o _.11 Ale ..1dni.ipn CSyfniences are pnrliulllrlv reqlletlte to Tlletd tistsi reciltl of oheir Iood oLn 3thlls ! vee. A8 1. II GALI. 93 CuIIllOII r'l

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