Newspaper of True American, April 22, 1839, Page 2

April 22, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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H acW t;H & rer 0 Redhead a ." . Ne.aterhwr I ...[0qif Riot~~l:..-. B J P Ashb. idl ` t, 1 mhom Aebidm ..leleievederealm . f . Metler SA gItIVALU... - r Cotly.`fi aee, team the ' tSm, hifi e Maned eqdedie,ý,la nleohne Walker, returetd tl Ihr tgalt HRaautten.and I.lO il .peeeir, from U S t Coat. Left the ia 19t'oh tinst., at D9 a.h oMl n'u lofhe bar. I*op(,rl.notklnl new iu l Pneg eetttfldng eke bar. epW paa ; e hleae .. agme elado;ata, Arie. Architect. (.an Starh e d lob. vie, reiarotnl to the city with ship Nn...nv Ttiwmner , ahra llolphln .d ESaet. Lrltllte bIar 81 Il1s. epot oneehip. aeppote to be brit. ki. lwin river " . b tl Mohieaa, Heaton, from N E Pu., having :m idfp Miusiseippi nd lcahr Warwick;-re ithefIityj with s.hia 6eeaena and (tio, and brig i itDar oate 9t init. at 10 . m.-reportl b Itat Pilt. (lark; Ftom N Eato, !Iaving towerd lh Phrltuil .nd.reighioaee returned to the city 'j.tleh'.1~t ft the 1ar oenthe 19th at 6 p. m. gathIne'i ttt b the ntfling-nothitg new in UeeIs.wilttete..teecEpet heciegleft re 'Ie p m. 'Repel low 'biLt Lien hatinl lowed inside im hm eaa bueibetrlig Choctaw. tad .ece.te.e brig in the tae;ari, l CiBrla rf alttimore heo ilieer. htl , Crpeell, S1 da)y teroe .Batlimeor, to.tGeore Sea'tway. Dlemaoad; 25 day.s from Bth. Me., to M-a SeUnieee,.Cbilds,2 days from &rBton, tI master. T ,TenInno.ele . Whe, frome VeraCru, i3th in ballast, "'b lphin. Kcap; from Mutieaoru, 10th inst.. to the 'lfwa·,COttrel|, fore RlttLmore, tath ialt., in ballast, to r.* ' *. .. * le Alce. eordan, O0 dy. froma New York. to Muter. '+. nae Hta.laon, 'llnett, trat Mltagord, l3th iot, to ti ,hp'Ohta tCorte ,'9 days. teem Botat. ta Stecuta eed Ave melsbr oRem.. fter Netebitoeae.. An Portear, Dorey. from t lMartinsville. SdekaeieIr Belmara. Bata., from Columb.i. oimlen1nolee. Smith. from Cinineaati. IITeme bltpwet. Wright, tat. Tchblt. IeiBaneV Gre.en. froma LiuEillati. Brilliant; Hire frot eIau Sarm: aCdlelrearaderwoel.t Rra Vermillion. RemerTeti h'uaea iled,tfoeaaPletacbr. - lmamer. Paýj.talmes, cott, frome Feeld'e Mill. -! ]R]iiler, Freahee, fram Memplhis. bena ane ein, from Ntrchttoehea. ..` tlVtaltur|g, Peae, from t.teniaailla. ._rm.aeu.eallora,Shnlelaro, from C.tiro. -µ' "ll baes.y, Wreelmore, from I tfoarcle. ' -EXPORTS. *OIJRlO.I.Per 1. hip Helena..Cargo. 1919 bal.s cotaton, 26 S.on 6 cwt fubtic. .iiý..;'..:..Perahip. anriettn.. Cago. 14311 h bas cotton i.. "35 ton. logwood, 35 do furtie. flO .N--Per shipi],nian. Cargo, 765 hales cotton. 145 pig ed. 20 otonscroplliron, 0U empty ail oasks. I lolt. hIor tkills. ;r.' ...,..... Perl barq. Rothrhild..Cron 1940 hris four. " . 5 957 pig lead, 197 hides., 70 ton iron, 45 his pork. - HAVANA..Perbbnlga Niaarpa..Ceo, ,balast. '_...;... ...Per rig Aridubon--Carlo. 102 barroln of .., .. fier. * h............oPr Bchr Jurius..Caro,, 12:5 kegs lard, 30 hi. Bout, ,50 ban sp cadrnda. L.. Per rarn Jauntt--C.rgo,3ai0 hi. fnnr. 922 TOi M6A,.P4 +r brig Great Wo.taern..Cargo. 600 kegs " L4d; 421 hi oour., 19 hds t.baco, 50 hi. beet, 50 do pork. I.AL.TIMORE..Per hrig Angola--Cargo, 337 lahd. sugr, 5 Initial mos. S... ...;..Per dcoht Wae..Cargo, 8000 piere., hbulk, 150 " , bid pork. .OIItE .. er .chr Vielor..Cargo. IP1 his iour.. 760 do whi. .key 14 do augar, 10 do pork, 4 do vinegar, 10 -- kelurd. II ca.k. haon. 30 o.ia rope. .lIVES.ThN .Per ship oolumbia..Cargo 67 Ms four. smrll ots gIroeories; provisios, furnlturoa, clothl.g, 4c. I • ISYVlLEP-- er' rlamoer Ambhea..dor. Cargo, 33 croLit, 6 hba Ewran. IMPORTS ;I.aSTON--Per ohip Unicor--Cirgo, 350 too iceo hbound to Barou unre. Per'ship (Ohio--Corao, aasorted ondoe. SBATH..Perthip Norw.y, Drummond. .Cargo, 75 to,n hay. ho order. VoERA CRUZ .Per balrqu Tinnamaro..In ballast, to 1 J .; Curell, SATTAMOIRAS..Per sihr Dolphin..Cargo, 50 bgos wool. 8 " hidos, toJWZackario tco. S1..............P rlc.hr E...a. In bhllst: ItALTItOR-. P.r.ikp Seaman..Cargo, aoirted moarban di in ial 52agroos". N EW YORK-Per hrig Alice..Carlgo,eua donea. and .asr - -. ted'~ad rchandisa, to |au mu'niclpa'ity. J I.uld*i a co H W Hopkilu,Yeatlan . o. J A a aoral. a ~. " . . coWaalto .n rowa. Jll SBo V0W Ar; 1 Zaokaria 6 co. Ogden & $outhoalt. NATAGORDA..Por brig 8am Ioustoa..Cargo, 23 ibale cot a. tl.toorder 'RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE S amp lirt-Per ie tler Paul Janes, c6rgo 50 ihdl -...gar Wmi Flowe, 1494 borrels monlasses M I Vrneid, 10 is aMascs. A h FPooerreo; II hldsaugaro, W Bogert; K 55kbtuF L.iooth and Thompaoa, 15.hdo oug It ollade .WieKnhaot and 1,right; 21 hoIo do A Miouoro & co; 50 S,2o ritailti.nJ B Plautsai & c6; 50 do do Petoroux Adrcri SD-_. 511Z hd iiugna C I ecgendre; suntlpo brl of egg. - lo~ ,hi i l.n ourd. ~.Plnr-.srner P. Miller, cateo 105 halts cot6o: Allu,, SA·illdro &-5,o,.68 hales dot 5 brl saundries Armor, L.ke :4.aWnlkef o;6 bale eottonnIlnaroer, Mc nnn ao it . W 04I 8,461es cottonl Conndor & Griolley; 37 do For .n.ih|dt.U.o.iir k 03 ke.sa iard,J Gom ii.; I box mhza jA Laeorioh; 4roa.le cottol kery & Rohberlto; 40 di, St.aoka, Prnor, & I)tnnr.an; 39 do aowrenc & C4.,l. .mnera I do Maddox. PollanrId co; do Mlotrlig Pea .nrat.& C'o; 1 fl60o.nH J Dick & Co; i6 dio Ricker. tHd. 9' ; .vin b C~o; 98 do W M Beal; 26 lud, 149 kegs, II br.tand R halfdo Lard 'FTho Atolay; 80 bris flour & 25 .Aid corn tmdpal0 owner ton board. Nalchittaehea-per ltdior Teche..largo 44 bale. coton, otJMiltoyer & coi.o;7- do Pjyroonu. Arciaui co; 24 do I. Cnmlmatnou 6 do A Mouren & co; 1 do A Rirardie & o; 4 do A ILadon& co; 10 do Kirkman. Abornathy L Hanoa; i0 do D"IIdto n Armautj 13do II Rhyme.. Lmtoitlla. ,par atomer Vicksburg..caro 12b hiod tolarco to L Aldml.rl o: 45hh.ds do and 37 his pork to A'eoatd. -r Srl.a 41 hkdsttobacio A H Wallace & co; iio doJ Virian -en;-I hhdadolbhles and2<37.sacka wheat, nod 6011b. ilar-. aseggand 10tkegs pickles.owneor on board; 77 holes cint]tL,;aeth Thnmpson; 05 do Price Joh.son " co; Sea dsmditnadaenon Giains.. CaIro. .pr itnm.sr Cbancollor--argo 0 hhds and 2 half do 14 1d4% sad 25 ha'f do bf to. Admam &+ Hartwetl; 79, hds be alasantWln t ork J4~ttd Lndalt co; 15 uhtia and 36 hl. . th la. and 70kegs lard J Thayer* to; 102 hi. 11aa E Doreay; 900 hhda hown, Malhrd L 14iynroo.u 15 hhd. ltecoaatoa 4l HoppBinsl 510 hi. pork Lamhela .i Ilomnpson s bideottDan LaI ; 44 do Bark, Watt i tco 0,3 no pl i+p--wartsntarmer Reol-..q-- argo. 92 hhda • M +_ .5cKen" -. Wrigh ; 25 holds do and 58 A .. rp .Ca .h8t to.; 6 hh. sugar and 8 bholes ,_ mbelh &'l'ho lnsuu. 25hhds sugar, W Flower, 1 . sugar, W Baoge, t 5 bale mtors. J H Verret. "ao iitbr· ea..Per .amer iHouma..Cargo. 125 hoof hide., s. t a.aori.., . MEKlght. o .a , hboard i5hale.. a..tonI. A "sw" €o++ s-, ,IaS - QImathla: atnnteamer B5yoa..Carto,.104 bhls. rottin. S-M d. A}tFal N*oo 134 do, aurka. WtI L cO. 36 do. JW '. 1 1Chl . lSdo.Price. Johnoalon- & ai. tIo do. owrer on hoar . d.Mol:Haoon a Gnooh.53 do, M White a co, 6 do. ".e. 1oi, do. mmhelaho O 'L'hoarionoa.4 d.. Gordon . * S.i , t do, lln. iaAshe r o co, 10 caska rico, 4 hfas augr. . arnway. 1 hal.harcao, Iaollw Crnnhaw,. 0 pipllgle.. H 3 Okaaall41 ilaemomont, Foroyth 4 Limlerick', 15 patckag Smarcba.odiac It RodoaaI a r. "00. - t'Mninnrilin..Pr ,teall0er A Poltar..Cargo, 40 hd. at". ear. 1 bhlrescotton. A Rivordie h. ae. t41 hda tnlar, one ,bl --ohama.dHall, Bcin, 25 hdaoor.o 65 halu cotton. 7 hide,. Fitaaia. Bellocq * I)olga. °iO hds .lgar, 105 hoales cotton, J I nabl IS co lt b ,h +a.ll o lUg1r. H Italfrny. 42 batn cotton, , "Whillt. 4' o, 3 hdasugar. Barker Lynch, 46I la. cotlotto sII 6 l gir, Nugenlt, Tuarpin 4 Watt. 1 kales s tlurnI o." - ai..Per steamn r Invinrible..Cargn, 230 hls Inn.r, 4 - bddi ,gbaco; Sbxam.rehandino, Ad.a.. ad Ilnrt .ifltaddlt.W,8 W J BIryan. 7 bha ileriatadin. P Vholse rL +nTE.'+hi4 whiskey; C toa. 0 I4 uddando IO, hlo 11. Soir,0 pqpGl ary,90don. Mahord jogersoon. 50 his I whikey, IAdatm AAirt.wll..o4 ;Io. Odq. anld Southklagte, IU0 refri.. ·. Soon; oea Whltoan:oil halca catona. l..Lawsn-c 0 Chhmhea,. ."-'Iaa..rnl. houdiae,M WVita. hboens omerchandise. Hhuboli .taOottak.· PttPoaI o . - h - eidlla--rrc·snamr Bridgewater.. Cargo, 16 bollto cotton ..rn..r.Stln toa utoem 41 dao. Adamn s and WhIsll; 119 do. ~ 1loaaeL`Pbrribtno4 ro; 26 Ash WhIlne ntlld riarkt 52 dos •. 1 . .Clon; 7 d. HraUdlr, McKenoa and Wright; 37 do, Nor - 4i Pltoa m.5id.co; 5 do, Pickett and olak.;i 2t.a LockLrl. lann atd lDt)tI.UenOu d M.W OV. v y add co; do. Re. atRltrl; 33 do, Paurks. Wato and . o;5 0o., W iogeltt.3 Va A.ta Ahe h e ool le2l doo.V. M al, 36 do, Forayth and l.tuarint; 52do.K Watkin; 35 do. Merres I.,id co; 20 dio. WHWIWrlghabdo. W anu.J Oamqal. aodny holom, and -.44.ga5s7na qtboard. atlhaait..Paorle:mer Penian..Caroo 154 balm eottOn. NatIlDdktl' 14 Ids otur, 50h ka 0lad, Staetson and Avr'y; 9I. O(l4.0jho hedow. Aoltni. oad Hartlwll. 1853 hd alid E:51hias oJ.:d andrh 10 bdoo whikey. . Dorseya 53 a). i. J t5511thd hari et. £ Houover .Itty *. Sl. nPri ltanmr Hrill.aUt-Carglo,. tl1atled cotton, t. o wtlhd halr,. MWhite ad 2.,5 laleacotton. J MIa ~o r 4a"4 oda; 40d.L 1.ealope.ato.lbo.A ,doiux onod 0u. a.il .. Matann mo Wr.iJtt-2 do. 0; M Lta,+l do 54 t.Wt'aad at. :1 dodi.O hy snd co;l 1 do. Tnytor, (tnr ma d ca4tdo. 4 do. Ih7Ca tild co; -It do, taortItit. and 1 .i. Feo'lhn. o t a. ap I sd ogaihl 4 do. T C.Btswart; 1,, HI rlln 5l 4 dno.25 Iodaugar. H Ladan.;l I0 do, E a do. J t laverik and oand, 4 b1 diend ht.of 8 tad W "_ ' ao~aadota I atnaadries, - y dbl..Pr rammar Ctolordo..Caro. 17"8 hodt ' bka n tpl,.r I do. C Toleda a.o 30 do. * i.o41.1" d . Po81io. ellorq audi Ielol.; 40 loo M ow a lagena; ds.tar, IlI1l aid ISi4 80 minri, lq 0o n hoard. taalIýt-Poai r amer. Cadoad--ao; Sh halti JPlaauchleudeot93 do. Henrytad l.arat; I7 do. i A Mueaonr d ao; 16. do. 30h b apar, 30 b wlaoc ,ad llosm.d "40 noina,. Huatohw r. rtnlr·xdbl'7 b pmHall .md l Iol. ý 1!l t aismr rib . Cargo, 161, hMi wI$key, ala saIt. n M lootSa, .Derby, 9 can *dk ii rak51 ~-Jl iasadio; 0 hila wbL iisam, .wn I kld ..J Va0ros tad o, 39 ' ,r. ---.. -".i.1 . , . . 461, Mom a~CIriL· a~l - 4j Ja~ibJI. nA e ,uri uU, Irrl, rmb btit t -.J, Aundb ik Y I{N uU &mo l si . i' .r" I.. ..ihdb A I A Iooa Py.era 13 t b~a t FII... L..rd yr A ea, J voil A ifi. i~n~ esu.uw (uawc. Uý.=c Clnrh r nu, rt Ia 4 r o W.' kw ciptw wipe Ara. T bx I~ 1h p.it n Wphwd . it.tlfed. h, IIdb IOU&0 D AdW, +41eibt." a& w o IIr W PA a"IEN G & 'Rhe - tme G oa n , R Wtessr maPrie ,DAdre lrte e tr Hathornd.JW to re i.rtG.r u.e bm.C R Keasedyr I Cei.J C to Salo P& Feri .ian, J Mrret. JJ Gril ie, R BlLlch-b .OtdOgden . rolhgtate,.W R 'T.ylor, lenderote & Gafiliue, or and ldeer.' iN h . iphlObi-..G n t Curnon. W Hawyu. . - Pear teamr Bayou Soan. ode BSefreit. Monea Gultte worthi.J otK ont. Davidton, R Sigletmn. H Priebh. Per tteaner Ibumo.. H Addums, W R M aBona, JA Ploin it .TJ.DnrR r. Chlfee.J I. Bwn. L Olert, sPillte.. C 'P Djion, Panhew, a Mf Pller, V H Cotton, O kb nat, W Car sn. iG W Airy. Per ntelme A Porater..D Brorn, M Ctrte, E P Gamier. B L Dyda. J Allen, Sarnsbe. h Mille, Johnson. J Belerse. P Paul A Braenhane, Mr Rote, Bimpon, Mekinley, Mrs Yeete, II Mr- Thompson. Per skipen.enb..Hn P Morne. Per brl.S am ltoaetm..J Nowton, J B Crilgp. C A Bellard, F M P onres J.. Moody, J n urnr.J E tine., C Thompkrns. T W HiLks. J Alley, Xl Tallmt. T JV Tabot, W T J Tlbol, J W Prseland. WJ Mlynnrd J May. B Passenhers per steamer. Paul Jones, J A Brand, N BrInd, A T'ete, Ttnrillo, Fitzpatrick, . Itexnnydre; A C elntr;, II T Vennrrd. M Therno, A Treples, II Shinkle, C Shinklr, Cot, Mrs C Shinkle, Mm Oisirr,l Mrs Temples. IPssetgers per steamer P. Miller W Htaydnn & on J W Hvaynes, D 1) Cnlip. W R Cowan, Cnrdia, H MGouffRn, JH Brown, O. ,ror. Louisville..per rtenmer Vic bug..MemN Elleson, Bish. ( op, )icklonn. Bone, Rogers. PerAteamer Invinrible..rV W J.meo, G f ormen. JTh.n- B ,,. .laonk, Heobon, Leeta Carr, Shell; J 8 Hopkin. , aen Per teasmer Brideewrter..O B Hill. J Hart. Msrlet. GOour dolt. Nor. tiller, RPfel, Cnp Carey Vattoil. Irwin, Bowno and Chapman. Per lsteamer Trilune.. Min Harris, Minl Rhode', Louln ETstmon, RlchardAon. Per steamer Coleado..W Deveyr, J ligae., Doo Jornld, SNortel; A A Martin;Jo Nounnti iiiodyiTbucs; M Brihen. E Cheaux U Lrligue. MEMORANDA Ptonmar BayoNu tra towed down from GOrnd Gulf brig Lan-, Loat, in bal'at. Nine feet neter in the Ohio and falling. bShip Norway spoke on the 6tth tMrrh, in 1t.t; tlong $. whaling brig JIno. fronm the roast of Brazil, hound to N Iesd ford with 300 bin oil on board. and 2 whale latbed tloneridn. 4th ion,. Inlt 30,longe t,ship Paletine fromn Now Orletna, bolnd to Havre. on 10th inet awn a hlrque, painted black with a white streak, ahors on the west part of Bahama aaksl. THE MARKETS. MloatLa, April 20. COTTON -The sates of Ihe wrek ar etinteted at 6100 bales, half of which, anr 3000 bales, wars token on Saturday last. Since that aiean untusal dullneso has prevailed--bueere tbking very rpnringly, and holders crarelres hoti selling, ercept at full rates, feeling oenn dnnt of favorablre neaonts per Great Western. The odvices brought by the M onongabel baa e had e a tenden cy to stenogthen this belief. We may therefom nnt it dowrn certnain, that operations will cenase, by the mu ttal consent of both buyers and sellitts, until te long antl anxiously looked for accounts by the Great Went er shrll have been received. TRUE AIMERICAN OPFFICE. In eonneeion with this Ofiee is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE Tilt TIlE PRINTINGO o ". Pamphlet Blank OheLcks ' Catalogues Bills of LaliAg Labols, Dray Receipts, S Legal Notices Auction Bills, S Bill Fores, Show ills Steam Boat Bills Circulal And every dern'riplnm f Jab W reek tn t It nmay be q ire red. 1 TO1E TRITE AMERIC AN. IdI tl'It U 111v JOSU. IgBlMIs. SFATIIIUL AND 0BOLD. +NEW ORLEANI" MONI)AY APRIL 2., 1P39. WAR WTH GREIT BRITAIN.--If Great IBritnin should persist in bel demands upon the territory of Moile, every man of common sense must acknowledge, that a war between the United States and thleat power, is iievitahle. Nay;-should the dispute now on the car pet he nmicably adjuated, any attempt on the part of England to hold poassesrion of the country south of the forty-fifth degree of north latitude in the Oregon terri tory, will kindle into the blaze of war. Nor is this all. Etgland will never be permitted to tl;te possession ritller by treaty or by firee of the Island of Cuba, with oat conming into eonflict with the United States. Here Ilhn are three great causes which will plunnge the two countries into war, should the Englisll government move on the political chess board as above suggested. Tle eonscquencelr of a war between tihe twio cou.t tries to the United States, have been amply detailed by tile illmals birth at i home and in England, but no one has flavored the public as yet with a iicture of tile re bulls Io flow froa m such acoalllet, to the mighty kingdomss of Great Brit in. The glowing predictions of ruin to our trade and to our he ie interests in the event of a war, hasv: clle upon tile ear from the four winds of Heaven. The lifeeling that could dictate such deepen dent "latnentations,"-for they are euch,--i nearly a kin to that which would sacrifice patriotism at tile shrine of self-interest. The Er.glish papers abstain re ligiously from any prophecies of evil to Great Britain to arise from a war with the United States. They are wise, and their course should arouse American writers to a similar one. But since they are so profuse in tle utterance of their opinions upon the results to America, it might be as well, while waiting for the news by the Great Western, t pointt out onme of the consequences likely to affect Great Britain, should the two nations re' sort to tie "last appeal." A war between Great Britain and the United Sta te, would be a war between a monarchy and a republics between the tyranny of feudalism and the freedom of equal rights, between a gover ament of the few and a government otl : aoney. The sympathles of all men in political bo!nd h g i .l het with the United States. For the last twety . ,.;:~i, the British Lion has teent striving to throw off the i etters, 'he chnine, which were fastened upon him ages ago, by tile tyraniy of the few. Millions of FnglishmeR asid Irishmen are sighing for thie blessed lilrty enjoyed by Amerleans. Thousands upon tlhousands of them avre broken the silken cord that bolnd them to their native soil to fly to the States, for the realization of that liberty which tyrants at home Iave denied them. Even at this moment the great mass of the people in England, Ireland and scotland, are moving slowly towards the goal of their rights. A can t-t with tihe republic of tie United Stataes will only hurry them on.* Ever suspiciouas f the inroads of titled governors, of men who claim the divine right of governing tile many, the working classes of the three kingdoms will look on a war with America, as a direct attack upon republicanism, and the consequrene will be a rousing up of their deepest sympathies in our favor. They will reluse the supplies, and in doing sn, humble tlleir self-styled governors into submission to the real sovereigns of the Island, the people. If resistance should be made to the demands of the many by the landed proprietors of Great Britain, then will come the horrors of civil war. The people of England will find in the people of Ameriea firm friends, whose mighty arnl will be raised in their favor to strike royalty from its high seat, sand extend tie glorious principles of free government. At the mment when the signal of war, between this country and England, shall have been given, the colo. ties of the latter power, smarting under the recollection tf I ant wrongs, will rise against tie home government and assert their rights. Her West india possessions populated by hosts of free blacks will rise and join the St. Domingo league, and drive for ever from amidst them the British power. Any attempt to conquer the blacks and reduce them to slavery again, will prove as abortive as that made by the French upon Hayti. Can. ada ripe for rebellion, will raise the standard ofrevolt. Thousands of Americans along tile northern frontier, will bInten to the support of men battling for their libertees. War then between this republic and the kingdom of Great Britain, will uproot the British power on this contineot. Whatever be the origin of the quar rel,it will reduce itself to a contest between liberty and slaverv. The Union will be as one man going forth to meet the foe. The struggle will be long; but tyrenny is destined to bite the dust. Thedeclaration of war against the United Statens by Grest Britain will be the signal for tle mareh of the Autocrat of Russia, upon Indio. The millions of op. pressed nativesa of Hindostan will rise upon their hated tyrlats, and gladly seek relief in a thenge of masters./ Paralyzed athome by the resistance f sore than half of her plpulation tti t he governemene .he Isew, attacked tn all.sides ,by the sb mpahy .te.., whos power i eea tower of strsangst' ;omorne 4-n by a national debt, which jis a tay *ting up the very ritals of th wsorking elasses; dikstraced by the cries of eight millions of Irilhmea for a repe I of the Unoin; divided in her coun eilslty conflieting opinions as to thepropriety or grant lns.the denands brf he people, tihe British governmentI will begin and cary an a conlest wilthAmerica, that muat rac.lt in the downfa l ofroyalty and heredrtary Ipgislation in he " flest anchored isle" to the great ben eit of the people, wlha will eree: on the ruins of federal daista epresemtatiyie goveramn lt. Tilis ed wji he chiewvedifnothing should occur to distract the pales of alinase, het .mach m-e rtepidly ia thoeeeve.da. er with the United slatrs. The frieln of libery y d i'equal rigicht loakiag 1twat . then qoteuiti of teir estesitnhnn, roulid ut po .wanr belweeO thi eOpreoueiias, foi the resuol wil r alsybe in Lavor of the srbrad of republican' ri '' The manufacturing interests of England- to gd'aelwe mihutely-intohe subjeot--woold be the firet I to ailfer. England m11ay get our- cotton through Teoxa t or France, but the great inarelt for her commoaities in. I thin United States ould hbe elnsed. The cotton would therefore be of no seto t.er. Thousands of mills must I cenas to run Thousands of Eugliuhmen will, by this I course, he left o starve.. A paralysin in the manufac tures of England will extend its ruinous induence to all other interests in the kingdom. Then will the cry of "Liberty. Liberty" he heard from the hills of Scotland to Lalnd's End, from Shannon to Humber,-tlen will the oppresse:l of England find such aid in Americans, as America herself found in France, in the War of the Revolution. Let Great Britlin'e rulers rush into war with the U. 8tates when they dare, and they will find that sixteen millions of freemen, animated by the same spirit that governed the teroes of the revolution, will never rest content till British power he expelled from thin conti nent. Let them come ont,whee they may, and they will find to their dismay, that their greatest enemies will be in the hean of their glorious Ilandh. that the people of Great Britain will boldly throw off the shackles of kingly power and assert their rights as their forefathers did in the colonios of America. The sun of republi eaninm is tp high in theheeavens, and ere many days shall pas away, itn noon tide rays will be shed upon G oreat Britain, whlto sovereigns will be the "people themselves." FoUR l)aTs LATER PROM VERA CUZo.-iBy the arrival of the British harque Tannamars, Captain Wil. son, from Vera Cruz, from which port she sailed on the N, 13th instant, we have confirmation of the ahote intel. re ligenem. th The amount of property destroyed by the hbming of oe the Custom House, was $1.500,fi.00 nearly all helong ing to French and German merchants. OGeneral Mexia so had not arrived, but was fifteen leognes north of Vera n Cruz. On the day oftlhe fire all of the British marines wl on board the vessels in the harbor, were landed, for the g purpose of protecting the property in case of the arri. vol of Generalleoin, who was then expeeted; but as he had not arrived, and it was thought he would not very shortly oceupy the town, they were reembarked c on the 13th. Nearly all time pecie ofthe Merchante, in el Vera C(tu on the day of the fire, was deposited on the ac Briti h frigate Madaganoor, fmr iafe keeping. The bt French and English arets were to leave the port of ti Vern Crum on the 13th, round by Sacrificious,Tampico, lMatamnras. &me, to learn something of the operations of Mexia. Five Freneh vessels and a small portion of the y British were tobe left at Vera Cruz. The British 0o sloop of war Satellite had sailed for Canada with a large amount of pecie for the troops there. The day ' the Tannamara sailed, the Mexican Conduteor arrived t at Vera Cruz, with $3,000,000 of speci on board. The regulation of the port of Varn Cru, as reported Iy the Tannamars, is to allow live vessels to discharge at once t Twenty seven sail of merchantmen, about eight of them British, were in port. Business was extremely brisk till time day of the fire; but that had caused great Ii conmfsion and dismay. LATEOsT FROM VERA CRUzE.-The U. S despatch brig Connort. IV. H. Gardner, Corn'. sailed from Vera I Cruz ao tire 9th inst. and arrived off thei alize on the 10th inst. bringing $122,000 in specie, to sundry mer chants. Oficers on hoard tihe Consort -Passed Midlhipmen, d M. Lewis, H. V. Wingate, J. Hall, Wmin. C. Crane. Midsipmen.--W R. R. MKinney, G. W. Rodgert. a Captain's Clerk.-J. L. Sloane. When the Consort left, Gen. Melxao was within five leagues of Vern Cruz, with t000 men and five brigf and schooners. le was expcreed hourly to arrive. The Custmon Ilouse had accidentally taken fire on the 7th inst. and was totally destroyed, 'mnpunming an immense amoount of property--theim loss estimted at from $60,000 to $70,n00-principally belonging to German & French 1 inerchants. U. S. ship Vandalin, from Tampieo, was going into Vera Cruz es the Consort was comning out. Her Il. M. frigate Madagnsear, with the broad pennon of Commo. I dore Wallace that had weighed for England, returned to Vera Cruz when the approach of Meaia was announ cerd, with the view of protecting the British mrchanttr U. S. ship Ontario from Tampico, McKenn,romnmand. ing,arrived at Ves Crux. Her B. M. frigate Vestal was spoken two days sail offthe Hblize, standmng 4 and S W, with $2,0l0,000 in specie on board, to pay off t' the etanceipatimn, dhbt at .'amaica. IHer . M. sloop of war Satelite, was lying at Vera Crur. Inm tihe port of Vera Cruz, 50 sail of vessels 12 of which were lritish. 'The port re glathmnin allow but two vessels to discharge cnrgoes at the same time. Some have been naiting their trurn for two month, and will have to remainl cer erul mouthm lougsr. CELESnTE.-lst ightl.-There need be no controversy about it; any one who visits the theatre, will in a mo ment see that dlis enchanttng artiste draws more than f any other attracrinn that can be produced. She com mences her brief engagement this evening, and will e greeted with a full house, as she always is. Since she was hese, we have heard many express themselves, that her freshness & o ivaeily and spirit have been dreadfully missed. The Temple seemed to Ie chartered by emnui, but with her return, good spirits, will reascend and re Sume their vigor. S LITEnraRY REPUTATION.-Start not gentle reader! e we are not about to inflict upon you a long dissertation a on this theme. We could descant upon it by the hour. We could tell you with what days of toil and nights of bitter anguish, it has bheen wrung from a reluctant pub. lie. We might cite ftr your sympathy, tihe privationa and misery encountertd and experieneed by these who f have wrought in theiranttic chambers, ground down by openury and want, children of neglect, orned in their Sihfe time, by a cold, unreflecting, uncaring world, with. out fire to warm them, food to appease the gnawings of Shunger, or clothes to shield their squal'd wretchedness; but it is not now our object. A revolution Ieas taken place in letters, and more respect is now paid to the liv. r ing liternflar, than in tites past,and he is more amply rrmu[nerte f for the production of his fancy and research. Th-r'.erset liahility to whie cit now exposed, is that he mny lit " to omtl;ve hias fame, and by imbecile and weak productions, diminiish, if not destroy iis former reputa tion : " From Marlborough'sa eves. the tears of dutnge low, And Swif expires a driveller and a show." In our country, young as it is as a nation, and espe cially youthful in its literature, we amre not without ex amples.and none furnish us with a more forcible illus. tration, than J. Fennimore Cooper. Surely no one commenced a literary career, with brighter prospects. His early works of fiction were most favorably received -in kct,very highly pried. Ilewaslooked upon with eyes of pride by his countrymen. His name was in every mouth, and Iis lmooks is the haeds of every rea. der. They ftund ready sale and brought good prices. But his avarice of reputation, and his overweening van ity could not Ihe satisfied. Losing sight of his proper sphere, and blind to his faults, he has sought new themes for his pen, to which he was unequal, and new fields, to win which his calibre was not of the right sort, and time conseqence is he ise written liamelf down. All of his late productions have been worse than feeble and insipid. Hli satire has been soulless and his wit without point and dull. Hlis attempted ridicule of his countrymen has fallen iack upon himself, and Ils gnaw t ing envy manifesting itself in every preposterous shape, Shas subjected him to meritedcontempt. The freshness and vigor. and fullness of thi first ears, have been blast ed by the mildewed ones that followed-the lean kine have swallowed up the fat and Ihealthy kine. Hills pir ited and manly nsval fictions, and sketehes of American life aml scenery-the daring of tie hardy pioneer and S"thle hattles, sieges, fortuneso" of the aboriginal ten ants of our soil, are all forgotten in the mi erable fail. r ures that he hal imposed upon his publishere, who in their turn haIv thrust them on the public. We are not r very sorry for him. it is necessary that some examples should serve as beacon-lights, and his is one. An itchl I ing to be deemed a universal genius, and to acquire pou litieal rank or office induced him from the true policy She should have pursuedl, and made himfrlo de oe in re gard oIn his own reputation. Happening mtnan auction roomn in this city, wlich is genenrally thronged and never more sa tlhn IIm timhat ve ninlg, with eager hidder, we were struck with thie light repute in which Mr. Cooper's works wmre held. Time same books whicLh formerly commanded tim highest Fprices obtained for works of fiertiqn, were actually knoeckd offal fhreepiragones per eolme. Thiere was Sono novel fferol whilst we were in time room.that did not sell nore readily and at a hiigher rate. Tie MAooikins, Homewlrd Bou.d, Huome as found, and sundry Ioliti mcl tr(Lees, amed to he fres in time mindsof the bidders, 4 anddmie trifling price, at which Iis works with tmi et ccption ofthesne anmed, ware kLno ked off, was most re luclantly givenn. Se tranlil. He is an unilrrulmatela erariaom wie outlives his fame, and sh he has notdiore tion emnouh to lop at the proper haolng place. It is hbut mm indifferent cow that givelr good milk anid kicke overdthe padil. A fire weas lottly rogg ai Cove Mountain Penno ylvania. $S;lin tir wodoimad prairie amre alarming inlg inobtir etlent, hIt they nr mn tgtsmlmimml etialCtr .Tiso Aruaoie T-hc e-giaoing f.4upees vicidoi. "! which aceenopanies ahe.ilboint one he bne deliverid by the Agent, isvqry bentifully executed, but we tinu an y thatsay we altogether adiase the appearance of C her imajesty. We doubt not she hisn many subjects O1 who could didpute. with her the polin of lotvelinees. However, the engriving is worthy of the very excellent periodical which it- acconmpanies, and is a superior ema bellishment to the generality of nech things. as the Al hion i. a tlhoisand times more deserving of patronage than one halfof the trashy papers that have twice its circulation. A Tim Eastern rail-rond company (from Boston to oa lenm) has declared a dividend of five per cent. being the profits of the first seven months since the opening of the road. The Hesperian, published by W. D. Gallaher, at I Cincinnati, and the Southmrn, published at Tuscumbia, Alhabama. are worthy the patronage of the West and South, in preference to any of the eastern monthlies. The editors have not yet friaished us with copies; nevertheless we accord them justice. Tim Quebec Gazette of March 20 says, "since last night we have Leeo visited with as violent a north-east snow storm aso we have experienced during timhe whole winter." Lanxts the mail rolahr has been convicted at Mobile, and is in prison awaiting his sentence. The jury only retired a few minutes, when they returned a verdict of guilty. NEw Yottu.-The Locofocos have succeeded in the New York Charter Election. WVe take the following remarks upon the mode ofearrying on the election, from the Sun, an intelligent but neutral penny paper, and one of the very best In the empire city. " Durin the whole election there has not een the leost real a conidence nofo e esse prmsed by ether party end we are sure none has been felt. ti la fact, conceded on both aides, that never have the trickh, contrivnces aid coreruptions by which votes ean he ained, or transferred front oe point to another, st which theay wonl prove of more aail, been prac tised to a eIreatr extent thn they have during the three pnst days; and which ever party may prove tole the scaess.r fatI one,. it certainly ill h Ire no esraue to congratulate itnelf upon the means whies bahre sared to it the victory. The system of oeeduntivn elections in New Yolk cannot be too loudly conedemned. The elective fran chime i absoliely trtiapled under foot. That the Lo cefocas have more than retalised their hopes, there can Sbe no doubth-tht tie whigs have no cause for gretuln tf ion and joy is ncertain. They have besa out-generel. uI-d, end whenever they sink party conlderea;io.s and f yield to men whs burden they party, the deserve defeat, Sonly tie country suffers along with them. We give the a returns a received: matjities for VsliaO (I. f.) 3"284 Those for Clark (W) 2817-giving tihe former a majori ty of467. Other esatimates give Varian a majority of sanbct 00, which is probsbly near the vote. The loss of the whale shipOsear, of New Bedford, at the Sando ich Islands, is eomputed at $70,100. Gov.Cannon,and would-be Governor Polk are stump ing it away to the good people of Tennessee at a lively rate. N. Y. ALDERnMs.--The New Ern, a democratic ps per, claims, out of seventeen wards, to have-elected 12 Aldermen and tell or twelve Assistants. The votes had not all been counted. The whale ship Roman arrived at New Bedford a few days since, from the Pacific, and the Condor, from the South Atlantic, bringing 5u10 arrelsofoil,3000 of which are sperm.J ANOTHER WAaRoItO.-A aman about 30 years of age, and of respectable apwearance, met his death in New York on Sunday evenin aInst, in the following way. J He was passengear in the Harlaeut Rail Road ear and while it was going ata v.rv rapid rate, his hat fell off, when he leaped doewn alfter it. Wih , s, much force did he strike the ground, that he reoundled from it. Tile car was stllpped, llhe man picked p and taken to a sr-. geon at bandl, whbe'e he reccived every requisite allen iao,, ibut he died the next llorillg. It is sull se)o byI thlse who saw hin get hllo thle car, ht he w inebr atedll at the timeli. An attieIpit wIlal made t1I lPrun lhis name, but lie could snrareelv irticllate, and conli only give a part of it, which was "Fruancis." FOR NEW YORK. Packet iofWCedneldav, 21th inst. LoiaLi,oa and Ne'w York .ine. Tl- tiner. fait sOlililng packet lhip LOIUIS. l II..LE, Capt. Atllen, will s.il ai abves, hav. A n.- a porion ot her enrga now on hoard. For feight or iass g., llvil iii * ril, r aci lllj aioms ai, lit. o, l- a.ier 0n ho trd. olipposite the Vtege. tablt tiarket, iiarti JAS It IIUI.I.EN. aup2i 7I4 Can tistreet. tlhe late o`' poasnge b 1lii, line hla I een, reduced to 3 Ttie packet shipi S ramtoia. Copt Ilathaway. will fllhw tile I.nsionille willt quicik ilesplclh. FOlR NEW 1'(liK. IPacket of Tnuesdoy 23d. New York and New ()rleris I.lne. b TIlE new alegont Slip 'TAROLINTA, Captain Snoillt. will sail as abive full or not fll. Fur freight ol' 1501 bales cotuon or the bole tlceeof,n tppi- on toard ir lt CAN, J G Rl laon For freight of .10 boales cotion or pasage, havintg splendid fur itie eommodationa, apiily to Capiasi, WilIson n board, opposite tibeMint,r tor 22 ap PET'ER LAIDLAW, 6t Camp street. FOR AI.EX4NDRIA, NATCHITOCHES,' SHREVEPORT, FULTON & JONF.SBORO, And intermedliate Ports. A The stimnch steanmr SOIiTH A S LABAMA. will positively leave for lte above and inltrmediate ports on Wtae aythe- 4th instant, at 10o'clck. For freight or passage, apply on board, between Cn*.tou, house and Cmnti streets, oreto T B LEE & Co, at2 21 28 & 29 New Levee N. B. The Alabama han a fine upper cabin, ll state rooms, and offere accommodations equal to any hiat in the trade.

ltlPacket lhip TAROI.IN''TA for New York-Pas sengers will please he on board to morrow afternamn at 6 o'elock.(Tuesdav) at whieh lime a stea, boat wll ibe alongside to take hIer to sen. 6 al2 P LAII)LAW, 66 Camp Pt NOTICE--The proprietors of drays Nos 181n, 1608, S1734, 580 and 172 are reqencteil to return their reeeipts for goals received by them from the ship Taro lint, without delao to a2 P'FPFER . \)IDA..W, 66 Camp at Drawing of the Grand State Lottery, Class 33. 27 47 4 70 II 73 28 6 18 37 43 42 THIS DAY. Capital Prize, $15,0001 Tickets only $4 00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. CLASS No. 44, Extra. Auhorized by the Legislature of the State, To he Drawn This Day, April 22, 1839. at half past6 o'clock, ot Bilopso Hotel Common st. S IDAVIS & Co, Mlanagers 75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballots. Splendid Scheme. 27,814 Prizes, amounting to $191,433 Tickets $4 00-Haidle $2 --(uarters $1. Paekage of 25 whole tickets for $100, warranted to dlraw at least $48 I)00. Pahckages of 25 half tickets for $50 00, warranted to draw at lea.t, $24 00. Package of 25 quarter tickets for $25 00, warranted to draw at least $12 00. For Packages or eingle Tickets. apply at al2 At Manalges office 16 Chartres at HIISKE.Y--100 bba Whiskey, landing from Siatamboat Prsian, fir stla by a22 G. DORSEY, 44 New Levee IME--1500 bbls lime. ill store slid for sale by L al2 I' LAII)DLAW,66Caip at LINEN SHIRTS Gloves, & Suspenders-Just re ceivedby late arrivals, an aenItment of shirts, cravats, ummer tocks, gloves, and sunspenders, at the Bazaar, corner of St.Charles alld (:ommon treets. a22 BUSH & ALLAN. L IFE PRESERVERS-Ju-t received a superior . article of life preservers at the Bazaar, a2 IIUSH & ALLAN. RINTER'S INK-Ju t eeive from barrece Chantileer a large illnvoice of Jbhnoan and tu rant's anews, book, and job ink, and for tosale byv a22 A 'TOWAR. 49 Camp st ROItANS & lBOO'S--26 caoes, prime kip bro Sgaee; extra sizes, landing fromn ships John Dun lap and Ohio, for sale by a22 I BRI)GE & Co, 134 Mangazinest. R USSIA SIIEE'TIN .-15 bales, landing frtm ship Joltu Dunlap, for satle Ih 22 I BRIDGE & Co,134 Magazinest hUMMIER CLO'THING-26 eases, well assorted clothing, landing from ship Ohio, and John Dunlap, farsal by I BRIDGE & Ca, april 2 134 Magazine at ICE-301 tireeo rice, fir sale Iy IIA MPiA IGNr--8 baskets it store for sale by l 2 a . A TRIEIR, 31 Gravmer st OPE - coils rope ill store, fi)r sale by R a0.2 A RI BIER,34 Gravier at UUI).i GA l L)`-150-I.hx and half boxes 11 northern mould candles fur nale low to close eoun iameaut, by SHALl. & IROWN, 22 96 Magazine Pt C ANILES- A amall lot Jild'a patent ,perm can dies. to close consignment, fir sile by al2 SHA I.I. & BRt )N.916 Magazine t A'I'S-10 cases blk silk plash Hats, for sae bb S a21 SHALI .& IIROWN, 96 Magar.ine st t AP--31)I boxes saapl Ior oale by na.2 SHALl, & BROWN. .6 Alagaina st C HOCOLA'TE-70 half boxes fr sale by al2 SJHALL& BROWN, 96 Magazine at RENCH Pllaying Card--Just receivad from New I York, a full grce ofl ery aoprtrio double head Carde, forala by dlnse or stame by odAVID FF..LT & C:o, N Y oatioiwere' Hall, aprl 3 :4 Chartes os I g-s T,:. CHARLES. THEATRE. OCElKSTUo Three Nights only, which positively a canoot.be eteided or itnered 'in cotimneoence olf her numemenr engagmtent inthe. West anhd Nordii. i Tkis EeeuIsg, A ril 22, Will he presented' the Ildnma i the ' CHILI) OF THE. WRECK. on Ie Must D'ingonvillo. Maurice, the Dumb Boy, Mad'lie Celeste Albert, Mr. De Bar Grants, Harrison Sophie, Mrs Do Bar Overture, by Orchestra After which the Grand. Ballet Operacalled LA BAYADERE! on Tihe Maid of Caslhmere. The Unknown, Mr Pope Oitfour, Archer Zelien, Mad'lle Celeste Fatima, Rnaveinot J. L. BnROWN'S Paet Plyu Balanee'.-- r. S. e Pra can lied -at 53 Bienville armet, Patent Plat fiorm Bnlances,-auperior to anty ever offred in this city. frell W R CARNES. MAYc3RALTY OF NEW ORLEANS. T HE. price ,o Ih flour to-day is 6675 perbrnel Saecording to the tariff; ithe bakers helal give de. ring the ensuing weak (frnm Monday 22d intl.) 40 oun cee ofbrnd for a bit. Bread of the second quality in required to weigh 25 percent. more, via: 50oUlnces. april 2. C GENOI, NMayor. BROGANl, I OOTS., a.--50 cases, coalprieinr San extensive assortment of men's anti boys kip and russet Brogaaan; calf, kip and moratco Boots; gentle men'sand iadiea Sh.oee, Pnmpeand Sillpere; ehildene shoee, brogana and ankle lies, ftr sale by apt 2It I BRIDGE & Co, 131 Magnzinest PERM OIL--tl casks summer and winter strained .pe rm Oil, fora ls by I BRIDGE & Coa ap 2 0 134 Maginine at MEDICAL BOOKS. M ULTER on Loaartha or Club Fot (itman SSmith on the Arteries ; Blanei's Anatnomy Pocket Anatomist ; Kamer on the Ear Iittell ot the Eve; Bell'n Medianl Library 12 vols. Melig's hiladelphlia Practice of Midwifery Iloonaek'a Practice, with many ntlter valuable Medical Books, forsnle on the most rasotnable terms, by pp U ALEX TOWAR,49CnMa s PINTIN PAPER-Just received tros "nips SRenown and Commerce, 1010 reams news Print ing Paper, of uperior quality and of the fo'lowing sizes 22 32 inches 24 x 45 " 24 x 36 26 x 37 " 27 x 42 " foreale by apl 00 ALEX TOWAR, No49 Camp st NEW BOOKS. LVIRA, ior the Nahob's Wife ; by Mrs Motnkland, Jack Sheppard, No 1. by W H Ainsworth, to be compleote iu 8 parts : with cats. Conversations on Nature and Art: An interesting and voluble volulnewith numeroAs cuts. Just reteiv. ed by ALEX TOWAR, Spril2 49 Camp st VEW I'UISLICA'TIONS-The women of England, 1 their socinl dulsti, nid domestic h.hite, by Mrs Ellis, author of the Poelrv of Life, Pictures of pri vonts life, Pretension &c. in 2 vle. Jack Adatrs, the mutineer, by Captain Charier, II. N. nanthor of tli .ife ofta sailor boy, Bli Broeae &c in Srols*. The Bubbles ofCanaedn, by the tuothor of Sn, Slick, the cluebkmaker, &e a-e, also No. 10 of Nicholas Nickleby. matut received annl for sale v miet9 Wi McKEAN, er of Ctamp & Common n st CARDS U( PRINTED at the shortest Notice, in the most elegant manner, in Black or Colored Inns, on Enamel led, Whlite Flake, or Plain S rficed CanaIs, and Priceseryreasonable a TRUE AMIIIKICAN OF FI(:E, corner of Poydras and St. Charles sta. Several New and Beautiful Founts of ''yr hbore just been added to the EItablishment. Orders received at Conipting Room, St. Charles Exchange, 3rd door from Graviesr t.,or at the Printing Oflc* rorree of Poydran & St. Charles streets. noDl-tf r.l1tIS tmdiinethlS Tteen higihly seor f l in Ihe . cure of the folllowingl dinses: dyopep-in, liter disnse, itndigertion, loss of appetite nerlonol a|llllon cultlneoue erupll illln , secondar, St'vp ili-, .Irlrlr li tl rhIs rne, genernl debility, aild II other dlineases arising froa imtu'ritv of the hbl. t; it i+ rpnr.inlarv r;.n(n mennldd as ai spring oid fall medicine, to renotae i.i, poired t('tttittrtio .. It i exltremely agreenhle to Itkle, resepmbhli ill tast n rilh conrinl, and being purely ia veletble nonlposi tion, tiln, e taken with ivrlelt anfety by by the mist (eli crte peotrn-.. A SIpply of thie abv re'eied tand for stile by r n ICKI.ES & Ci, Drugt.oij.t. apriI hn 4IIl4 Cinail st STEAM BOAT BILLM. O'NERM, AGENTS, or C tIPTAINS ofA.'I'EAM lOAT'' cn haoe their Bills struck of, in one or more Colored Inks on Plain or Colored 'alper, witll despatth, nsd on favornable 'lTerms, bty leia Ie their O(tintn adtrRIlUE AMEIIICAN OFFICE;, i orner iol Poydran anld dt: t;harles etret'. COTTON CIRCULARS ST PRINTED with the Greatest 'rxpedrlin.t, nnd no style unsurpassed in New ORI.EANS, or else where. ORDERS left at CoLPertoN Roo., in St. Charles Ex change, (Corner of Grarier St.) or oa T R U E AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of Pnydras and St. Charles Stoett, trill be promptly attended to. G1 tINNY BAiGS--I)lbales gunny hugs, landing I.e shbilp Selttor, for sale by m9 S&J P WlIITNF Y,73 Camp st S WEEI' AI.AGA WINE,for asleet mnoar7 READ & IIARSTOW,7 Bank Placn A Card. ORLEANS LITHOGRAPHIC EPTABLISII ME T, 53 MAGAZINE NTRaE T, Ot'POSITE BANK'S AnltI-. W GREENE, retllrtS Ist sincere thanks to hin ilte ida tnd the inllhlic of New (Ortlens. 'or tin. pntrontte bestowed oilliln f the last two years, and bega leave to assure thIlm that all orders conmlitted to lis charge shall ie pounctually attended to; lie will as ttnalt keep the offae open during the msnnoer aId 1shall tIe lwaV ready to strike of' nterchallt' eircu-n lars, business and address cards funeral notices, maps, plans, and drawings, 0 every des'triptinn, at the shaortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Being assisted by artists superior to any other establish inent in the city, and from lone erxperiencr in tie litltoraphic line, he feels eonfident of giving entire eatistactton. N It Apothecaries and druggists' labels exetuleed in as good style as copperplate engraving, and at ioe tlirdl of tta expense. jy24 TO JI1ERCIIJX.TS. Bank Checks, Bills of Lading, Auction Bills, Pamphlets, Show bills, Cata logues, &c. &c. lnlORDERSfor the Above, and every other des eription of PlRINI'INGC O receeied at Compting Room of"TRUE AMERICAN," in ST. CHARLaE Ex cHANGe, 3d door front Gravier street, or at the Printing Office, earner of Poydras and St. Charles streets. Extensive and beautiful BooK and Jon FOUNTS from the beat Foundries in tlhe United States, haee jus been added to the already well-stocked Estaldlihment; --and ORoDEs will be execrted as Low. as Cheaply, Expeditiously nnd Beautifully, as at any other Olffice in the City. LONDON STATIONARY & FANCY ARTICLES Just received per Washington, from London. PDAPER-Englth Drawing, of all sizes tir Architects I vuperior bhn laid, bhre and yellow wove Letter Ctopying papr. agsrge and extra ilate Emlose.d 40 and super satin 8vo gil edged note & motto, paper.enchated& gold & oliver bordered Enclooppes: white, tinted, oehabsed, embosased gold snd silver bordered Manifold Writers: Wedgaewm and Ackermao's Carhlboic and S oetic Carbonic Books London made folio copying mnchieas London pocket books and wallets, real Russia Eechalsed and seal head turtle shell Penholders Illhnuinated to.eo eanvelopo cases ALondon Irepared ivories, for mltniatures London water colors it boxes and Iby the single cake Oxford and mirsecllaneoos dlrawitg ilooks Ackerman's drawing pencil,, in caes of 6 and 8 Steel Pens : Perry's exora fite, fine, medium, broad and Londoen bridge Lonndon portable pens, in boxes of 25 each Ink: Ackerman'a liqauid cnriue. Ste1hett'a writing flnid. Perru'sa fluid, MOrrini'e ond Terry's ropyilt ink, permanoent blue stial red fntey cltmd fllt id Elegant inkstands and escritnires Ltndon mealine wax and wafere, ant all other arti eles, suitable for offices and costtetg rootts, all of first qtalily. E JOHNS k Co. msar18 3w Cor onft Cllarler andC,numnt LtaR SAI. .-Twenty likely, acclimated nlegree men and women, on good terms for cash or good paper thst ean lie negotiated. Apply at 199 St. Joseph street. an,.2 R TERRELL A VVNDRE-Vingt negres, hwmntes et femmen. A bon marclh pour de I'argeant n't do papierquo I'on peat mettre A I'esempte. S'nddresor la I rue St Joseph. No. 197. nt27 R TEURELI. MANILLA CORDAGE-A eomplete' ansaortlnent l tf lanilla Cordage and Hawoero, ftr sale by mar 8 S& J I WHIITNEY, 73 Cai at u'iICE-Itrays Nosa 107, 1882, 148. 0.13, .im ate requested so Irinl tlheit reeilpts to the thlbacri her' offtco without delo~y, of g las Iuled fromn brig Emprsl,. L..VI A GALE, 13 Iw w r3 Comon ot ALLAST 1TO MOBI1LE-Any rseel weating 60 B aO tIe nOfOO e Ul tns ufal ballso o ata pe..for whtcL a fairtmiht will be glsves,pplysl'e ofLfe, St Chatles. .t ,n IL /K M ýi.iT- h lannere' Oil tcagel.aspe euis811; lr Neqm Cloth, nuitahle for othe- pt LEVI II GALE, I,,msrl - 3 Co-mttt a SOST--In the o oe f" the Distrrit .Cout far ihe L First Jidicial District, a note drawn and sub teribed by Henry H. Forrvrh,.tr, othe eetrdr'elrerayth. 95.1 orodwiu & Co. and by.thim endorred. dated ow) Or- at lean,, Jan.25, 1837, tipaahltiet Bith dry of Mnay, 183i, - at die Meohinoic' anid 'Treade' Fanknrraphed.No. rarie*tit Ne, Orlena, Jan. 27.1837, L. McCoy Notary Public, the nrtn hear snin tire endorseent of George Br.ihanrn and John Hogan, Jr. - This note was enclr. ed in priotest and petition, and nee was last from the Clerk'a able. apr 10 tie rttiE rince and the Pedler, or ihe ergo of Brintol; wil i bv the authoroftlhe"Heirea." The"Merchant's Daughter," &e.. in 2 vols. Publictind Private Economy) illttrated by oheerva ionas made in New England in tlhe year 1836, by 'itheon dore Sedgewiek; part nd, 1 vol. The Many Toleeof the Three Wlae men of Gotham: adr ily the aether oflhe Dulchmann'n Fireside &e & ct. I A new esup ply ofJame' Novel tihe "lteenot," just nn receivled and fr sale by ALEX. TOWARl on 10 apl 49 Camp ai. an B OGANtr-12 cases mren lnd ls t lkilt brogans elanding from shipt Charleston, ftr sale by 10 1 IBI DGE & Co, 134 Msgnzine st f FFICI- TO KENT--In Cmm it Street, oppoite . Bisthop's Hotel. Apply to Wr . IMcoKEAN, apr 10 CgrnerCnmp and Common ots. W AFER CANS-Jusl reerived, a few dizeun of S oftin Wafer Cane--lter 1-4 1-2 and 1 lb. For sale by DAVID FELT & Co. aprl10 New York Stallioners' Ht11,24 Chlartres st. M ANILLA ROPF-40 coil, aensrled sizes, receiv- or ing firo New York, per slip Warsaw. For sale by SIIALL &i'iE WN, - npr 10 98 Magazine at. . INE--I3 pipes Sicilly Mtdeira, receiving )per nip Y Charrlesh. For sale by 0IAL;. &. BROIWN, npr 10 96 Magazine at. C. W. B LL , Attorney And Counsellor at Larm. [AS Loneled himself in Houaston, and will practice I in tie S:lrenmee and some of the District Courts of the Repablic of Texas. Office on Congress treel, two doors below the reil deane ofJ. A. Newlaud, nq. avl-I If A ia'l'ha Piacvonev , and I roe American illt please t publish the aboe auntil for!id, and forward tihe aceont J to me at Houston for payment. C. W. It. I EW PU1 LICATI'ONS-Nichola Nirklebyio l . C 1 Jack ShBeppard, no 1. beedgewiek' public and private economy, illus taterd tv oebservattons made it Englaund, in tile sealr ~i6-l art 3--Conversation on Nature and i Art, widh eclr, In I vol. Tihe Priece and the Pedlar, or the seige of Arietol, by tile uolhlr of the Hleiree, the Merehant's Irurghter, &r. in 2 vin. Elvira the Nalhnh's Wife by Menrs Monklnnd, ao thor of V ieee Iaereriniscences, in 2 cole. arece ived and for sale bkv m MeKEAN, i1 e orer of Camtp & Con mon te e afri_'t ': It,,AV--l3 brit, received Ipr switrk- e Sol, efr sale by A I'pIER, It 34 S (ravirer t A LFXANI)DEIL TIWAlllneokseller 493 Cop st,1 osick of palter, blak boanks, &e. of the u te firm t of Thring, (Green & Co, inlvites the alttention of rh.c wanlillg to porrlmo lnaper, to an examination of bis rlock. lie hasand weill rreep coa nlyr o ol nd a full nsrImrernt of rIe Irllorwirrg artiiens;- Printing poper, of all niare fir nrews and ieok worl;. Fl' horeap flvarl.ou qualilies, ruled and plain. I.etter paper dr dro do Commet rial and raeket p aotr,lurc ned whnite. Bathe post dr dl II Ihr.v: rledlim, reoal, suIer royal. i Wrilt.g peprr tar Ioblank work. Folio ,trt bilrs & hitie ofe vriauu qaliien. ltRtNIIN(IN I PIIESSLS. Of wllieh h n tns o I bao n ed rote Dsonle ntetldirlll- one tllgr at and itw srrpetr troyl sizese. lt I - l E e'lliti S--Sit liitrg Penl-.lrttk ire-rt hrighb N ltdinarl., by lthr taitr oif Trertille, Ioa Vle,t bit mIll I ' i, ii. I tivols. - Tire Spirit of le HIrrit, illustrated in s jtoornl if travels rhorough Ittltmelia, ti D. trqeharlt. itt 2 vatt. The \%r'irrnlr and e ,rrt- of Slhkepeare, by the Irev. Tholnnrs I'iur, in I o). A decirirtrl f iSTteleniit hne pntent loertnottive en iesr, with engrlnter. Loudenl editltl Trnlneoliotll 1ril thIe Itinlnlt ureivil engi neir., vetl 2. .onl lon ediil,,. Just receiveid ndt Ibr alebv V trl(FKAN. all rcorner of Cmpr &n ('onmon st CIII .,i SIIIES-1I0 esks in rtnure .ai fa, ..rle by all Gi DOI.EIVY, 4 IINe .iePo +I. -. tlh'I it- - ,r5 h tlie s nGre F oall. & ,tI-i . tIer r . I 2FP Illgll ot5 balen Jes InhreO fein 4-4 hrr wn shee rige, hl irngmfl .hi.. rti rtthl rt, t.. fr.rtite b sIiltit t & to, r ``ý 1111 ;11 ty:It R1.I ti'lllNSi--;5 ri:n,2, as;s t - Iaster I elilhins, llauding (taut ship i 'hlrte..,lh i lr. Is by [ all - .. I tIIItiE & C.r, " St.Ii' 1111 loa-ro sn , r 1rnt 1tr i , frot r,.tltij, ('Ilttler tottrlI ctiirole tby S&J I. VIIIi'EtV, aI 11 it 'lt Il tI-Foronlleht t tI S & J P WIII'NFEY, 7: Ca.e y t DOST )N I - I-t Itrotereli tltrorniti LB uid cor Stollo i r! tS J P 'IIIIT.\lt 1", aill 7 ('p PAULI)ING',- LAST-& NOVEL'I'IES. T F trt I'ntro thl rif 'the' rlg e wtrie Stot ittut The Prie he Pedrtr trrr lnr, or thel iteige of Itis. Ilrt o by ite altllitr o IlI Merchant's t t nu hler,. &c.h.I. Selwhv.iek'e plhl l III )rl rvae o< oltav, peril :I. Ja, k Adnolll. 1 Iih+. me , b (lll y 'alI. t'hal.r. at'-ii i r ( llls rhrl b tlh v":. "I'tll , Iei. t Ien ptl it tdlll peiote t t v -l e. 11 tei o oi t if ('nltt es 0 lto ttrrt w thn roy lidili, And it t v it fall tnrllrd nId ltrirllgr e rply,.. : EJOII.,.\, &: ('al, An c eorner St Caritr ryr. & Gi11111 I C ItI 1RRI Nixes 1berrie i2I1v, for n t.h it tHL & ttlt N, %J IH I Itllif.'N, i All i lt 9il t Sgolrtrort n .llril i ot Svil r liren hr atr by StIIALIt & til ll IN, I f Y-2.i bl-t oe NIrtlter rTin recein ftineNw I L Ii I"T & litiO\_V Aitlieaoino or F 4A. NEK S 1IL.-it6 btrrtelstl n is t,-t"att. SIbfr -ile b' SHALl. & IilOWN, all !it Mnom. st Y A KP E lT-- rnilt it d d I l tl er i ..l , fyr, li r P tll e Ie y niRl L HAL I & dROCivN, 9 ltie gastine ot AKUq--1109 males No I, 2 O0, no 2 Russia oitkunl in store and flar rale l u all Sri AI.I.n & IRr)WN, 7f Pl'nzlno at L ARI)-Al00 kegs prime leaf lard, ia sthre, atd lor Iit sal e y J ''IIIAYER. & Co, Illt 74 Ptudratts t u UCKE'r,.--ll i) dozen, in ctore anRd fli stlea by all J T0IIAYEt & Co, 74 Pioydrit st U JtIRELI"A' -J ~t reenived a large aetis litet o Taifeta and plain umbrellur, of ieritounis se, tor sale whlnaale unit retail by GOSSIIP m Co, all Excltane hotel, St Chtrles, at I)RKIe--2t Iarrels ntese and r2110 ihi ilrilte pdrk, ill nstore and fLor sate hy J TiIA y'Eit & C all ___ 74 PIydrta rt IC".--90 cabkr Crolina rice, landing Irt.ml brig J Arabian, and for sale by all J "I'HAYErt & Cm, 74 Poyhnd stat E"USSIA SI.EE'ITING -0, bnle Ituassna dsheii"t l in store for saoe by J T'I'HAYR &J. i t all 74 Pydlrasist I.UFO)DRI.I-.0- lbs ..s.Ilu-ilton iRdig-hl le Sdrills, lantding from .ibip Chrlersto, fttr sale by al0 I 11RI DGE & C, NEW, INGLISII EDITIONS OF STANDARD JWORKS Ben Jolhnso's wcrkr, with a melnoir of his lire and ritlings, Iy harry Cornwall. Giibbln'a n risellanenos w.rarks. ait memoirs of his life and writit , eompoenet by himsli lf--illus itrated fr n his leaItters with occanioall notes, and narraliie, by Jlhn, Lordn Sheffield. The Art tf Rearing silk wtrms, translated from the work ot fClnt ie ndolo. (ilbert's (;eoloc aof rnglnnd andi wales, uith a msp. Goldsmith's Historyn of mntle ad iuadri edll, with Noemrt l andi original toste itk&e, with illus. trations colored rhi a superior tvle, ill '1 vols. For saleat W MoKEAN, el0 corner Camnp & Cmmnon iisr '.IM 11 AhIA'S---25 barrels Baltimore Epsmn enltste, 2(1 barrels ghi.ltecrsahrs, fireal, lby JAItVIS & ANIDREWS, a12 corner Common '& 'Pchobupitoulart at V ESSEL WANTED--'lo take la0 barrels floanur to L arlifnx, Nova Scoti. Apply to alN STETSON& AVEtY 818 (inavire at LLD COPP1ER--100l lbe oel Coplper fitr sale by iM H DEIVEREUX, april 4 26 '"relttitonula at LATEST P'UBLICA'TIONS JACK ADAMlS, tie lMutieer, by Capt CIhanier Bubbler of Canada, ty this authlr of Samuel Sliek; Nicholasa Nieklelty, No 10 Wonren of Entgland, tlheir social duaia all dnoestric ihabitsa, by Ellis TLe Huuen.lt, by J: e:ls no sttple Cnptink7d, bIy logralham, ti Scott's Poeticl Wotk, iln I tit 8 w,, the onlveonl lIete Amerlean edition--Cary'a editibon--nd other novehles. E JtIOINS & Co alril car St Ciharlesan.l COttlmOll st AN'I'EI)-For the rteata-at i llilliant. 18 ite mPgrpe, lr cicll $311 per mtnttt will Ine given, nnd ctnsanteemphiiel nttit. Apply to Captaloi Hart ,i boar';, or to AIIAMId & WIllITAIL, all 67 rvi,ir rt SAVAaA SU(:AR--40 bnxeswbite end - .an Ullvnlla Sgrl ri sttlor, f ie IIa b apil i7,w :&J P " I ' I' t I" ilt.lAiNAeti, ltP,ADit.vl I d Uu,.* Itlllrt proprietor has re-fited hiti Reading Ruonil, in I the St. Charles Exchngc, Cornear ul Giraniter and St. Charles street, in the enteates itlltler. Besidei all the nrincipll I apersa of the Uoited Stntee. of every city eid state. the Canadasa. lexas anitd Mexi co and ilHaana, toie room is regolnrg y ail extepsive Ivn o;i.alled witl tbe latest European palers, Load's iOjnt andl PliceaR Price Current. Ar.i willi ieurly ell the Literary Permdlicals of tile day, tnd has thlo re sublicatinaml of lti: Leoil n, Ediunturg, Weositinoter Metrotdittaln Ileviewt and Blaeekwoa Magtl azinie. 'rite North Aericatl IReview; the Soulterne Liter ua Ktlielb botker,'lhe Anlerica Jourtial of Seieniet atnd Artt Cabsitst Micclleany Ielanoteratie Review, (lIeutlemten'a a gaoine, AMneliea tt nolltly, Bentlv'n Mliscellenv, tile Men ico Chirurgicnt Het iew, ala variety f il ohert. oBLU ýSAaNS LZTUOGRAP-IEIO 11103 Nit. 53 Magaznln i ireot, opposire L.anke' Arcade, IE S'I'AB RLISIIHID fer the exnecution of nalp., ilans S i ndldrawings, nlerabolat' circulars bnusinean and lddress .arde of v.oty description, fuierl c'irtouanr oil teep eiao ilr Ip tjira . apothetary and druggistl' I ael.i; Ien eks, deranV reeeipts, &c. print-d cnd exct di ittll aI.CTeji&ed -editint stylei by tle proprietas. N R an Notl e . nttltt eeuted mli SOAe b SUGnAlR-lVariot qoalilies in estlo; p.d for. U stilv by alhAL1. & BIIVOWN, 96 Magaine jtreidt, Agents to Lafyett .U.A.refliery ' A ' l. So" R wIO .' . MARY JANE, oimut "2 v'a of pie, enl.r-. imtrkably white fir ln.ve. but 'rpoke.t hlias te . necent oea negrtes. I li is supposed site has. been eh ticed awavy hstone.white partnn, The oo iore eward will be paid for her npprehneieo, on applicillotin o a tl . W C.OLItRTO... . " I'TY BANK, New Orlesn .lth April, I*.' A A Medoeng of the hoard of Directors held this A.. Day, the following Resolution wir unanlitiouly adopted,vii.- - leeolved, that all notes. under renewal In lthe unnk,' tnny be renewed until the first day of Decemboerset, on the paeyent ofta eurtalitnt. af I'wenoy- per cent, an the usiuol discount. Thie Imonrrl of Directors re serving the right In rmynite ahddiionnl siecurity i. all cases, where they may dem it ,eressry. ni hi J PAFI.EY,Vinuliler. A comfortable dwrllilg'hotse in Cromnt delotstreet, betweeneCanal and Common rta. .Alo. Altren tenemenls, with a very Irge lot in tid't. Apply to DOYLf & MAY, apl 16 ln 3 Croenlelet el SAY--:=10 bales Nortllern, landing rm brig lr SPenel, opposite .nleete atrent,l2d Municipality,. and for ale by SIIALI & llIOWNt i apl 16 96 Mnagnmeas SADEN CORIN--onitlentlltly no hirnd, atn foer tlo by oIIAL'I. & BRO1)WN, opt I' 9ii Magazine nte 1lOSIN-TT Y i la elronbole noin, T ndilnT from bnrig -I MSnry Poitl,onppositCe Shloctto trelt, for alte by Aep 16i SitAIl. & BROWN, 96i Mngnzine st S OR SALE-A firstr rle Siiky, withll shifting t other top, oaiio to order. Ap rly to W II Kel l''s I.ierr nd sale Stable, No. 162. Grtvirr ot or No 3 Carondeint er. ' ' 16 at/ ' IIITTY tIN CONTRA(CTS-A itfw end inmpro - ved edlition of Chicly on Contraotl, ong tile. 4bth Amterietan editlon, to whih aore ronw nhlded copious notes of the American decisions Io tIhe prereet time. By J C Perkins, Esq. A w pply o Po hirr on rblintinos ;lmso of Ctitty'i Blicksione. Juel ersoved anoid for ele by ap 16 AI,EX T'f)\VAIr , 48 Camp rt i;S-piiwu-. ointer r Oil, i cli- ."intI;oilT ensinks; u.mmer oil 20 bhi; otanner'' oil, 21) Iibils; easine i oil 10 bb,; in store end ir solo on reasonable sems, by JARVI & ANIIREVWS, \Vibolenn.DI)regeitan I, pl 16 aer UCnomen & Tehoapitouls sis SAurAlt-225 brl Isndilng Iro odn See rnpl edid from Boston, for sale ly A TRIER, u Bp 11r 4 eGrqee erot H EdRING --60 bonxes Ianding ltlm ehr Splen H did, from Boston, fur pale by A TRIER, _I_ "PI 16 avi-;T--·----r _n-_ [iUltNTUkIK Inncdiniihrcml tall yslncdid Flrom o1m. c ton, bring ecolnolfr Chaie; do G(ieccin cce seas; toilet lelo, (Wash eciel;c, Ircklcing cliits .ndl round m tcrnna chlairs, for sale by A TllER, op f6 34 Gravier a 7 OUlt-800 i barrels in file ,liipinc oer, fur sales yIly G IoI REY, all _ 44 New Lt.uc U1i.OUfi--lllli blAic lhadicg lcccc tcnnlecr Lexicgtoln ii icr able by (i DIJIISEY, Ifiapl 44 New Levee lIobhop nf Ilnacnc, end Ari:hbicshicp olf Bcldeanx hIasjislt been publilled, and l Cliili.en crnneo find in Ie ancient or mao, ern hisitory of Itheir C('Ilrch any one whosce xnmple is meol woti of imitation. One oF tlce tarit Jc'cscls nays: "No inlivividcicl in America or I'trope sill repeat lhmct coniccrc C clrnl. crinle cel lw lic illlihg ir those no ich gdcnlcgcccccs nMacl cn cccc.nc n'ccccclcIlc priylV I as c.Ieatrll; nrl all cel lhrlt, hllcllal nlme will bi reercncrrc1 bov aftcr generations with all its holcors and all its This vllllaler w ork celn Ie hlld ol aA ic 'I T(\VAII, 49 ('nmp si -, ER,(:RI;AN TS,.ilerki , MdI all persons wishing to n .cl irek' c 1 icwakl e, 'r it inl cvo themselvesi inc Iccen'.itc c kKcillc'c'B ic c lied Coil's iloha) Keepigc; I'rcPsun's c Mccc' k c(iKeeCirg Gcddcld's Practlcccal cc'ccccccicic ; aicnii', cI'c Fcwcrcl' Bokk'epcc'c:\ Ids.: cc, rhl's oi and lBennPet' IBook Krrpiie, Ilcr sle at its fair prices as they can get them in theC rils, t k A I.I'LX. i'cTc\VA i':3 cockctore, april 5 49 Camp ni I'llili l cIli-t. lA--lt'-ccminicccc000 c xlmSi cJ liion of the tcrctcs, phrw nod csl j itic r ina ctedc WiIhl the external ioreIIr, suenooenlri lltl rllip)S and isa pas cl ict' icrcl rccllllll I il c'cipcc I 'll l'llcc rc , ., iib Alc espe cill .cfcrncr'c io ith chllrclh i' thI ailed MI nes, hby thle Icev lltn W i rll.aJonc il eccisln i d c lcr sale hby p, it 1 . ALEX 'I'c.iWA Il,.9 Cmpi. O P 1 o a "n:,nhr begs lcave tr ihcrccn hise friends i l' dl lia ublic, thalc htcicig cc tldnicd tcoll, IIIc, ('ollnlii cf Ihr,' xcc'c lsl M nioili lit ilc e oIPc Ie f thatic llrlir l of gr llllll milllnclPc ill ('ccll cllsl rut' between lllge illne field LeveCe tr, lI l, f io r t ie llp c ofl effecll tincg icclu.fr ccercescclantl dlkc arcie c,c in cow lpreparedi tI seil tllelll overy .iPhclcdav Md ci r"lllll rdY.lt v, ccat i ci,'lcc'k A. M. 'olmleclcigcl.c i \n'ednedaIy itext, tlhe All cncited goods seontfor sale acad nct dispoined of. tnlle r Ihi c icce t Ir rllcc:cic 1cic t IcIc ir cn ' w on rik llnli t i in 'clock A. c.c. t hi. uc io . or IAI. 9 ..ll; JOHN V.-C(II111 )L , ---L , I":\GIRAVEIR: AN') ( ,l'I'I:!I-I'I.ATIE I'IlN'T'ER, ,Xo. :t. r',,p St. 1 1 , 1. r ra n air 10l llh. 0 oller ,l . tol " Oesr , i.lls . h.rie aBte', t ml l l o l l io oner , i nr n. il a c. 'r ii: al lll t l l I ',llll llln .ll e r sl ,li4 . iIld its o. f rCtngt of i'er fuird and brcasn, "doeo I' Cad perlrcrnhd fin iln olh'fnty engrved.rn tvc 211 T. W COLiLENS r at Ucciteid cIleitc C r AIcined by tile cccc Fcdcralt .',r li aNw OrlPns. OFFI, CE No. c1e 'oI1 C) i)N S'it'I:E' ', S (Ex(h bs ihan ihtl I l 0c di c rs.) Sliti (7ccAcciciccrh tlkc ocicaitccs cc ore adI biy ctirltcc of Ihcc Acctcs ofi'.cccr c pa id ."tIt i iebrc nry. 12(1; lt larci h 1817; the Ji ri 3 rv. Act cflA17r9 aclll liter ts iEf iclllg, iall FIsc 'I ad Il(e aand pro iled. Said W Con ccisiocer ton rcncidc.rtkbl, experienceh Slh cines Ii rllms ofcslltl oll llll lcrlc ilitcal whaicih c av .d tlltle severest C0Ic0meto of cttic ablntl I.awyccrs. april 12 llli Anlerican ill Incrin. bv Jchn Scandccon I n ncec'crcc ' ilc, Ircll; Is c Sics i'ardcce, author of tie Citv l .ile Blllur" *c. Ildeciaiolu~e tnle of Ihe Fulr \VWel, IIIl other PoIems.lll EI JOHNSc & Co, ao 17 2w corner olfrI C.hsdc s cto Ccdomcn ac P O Iili ON -icbbc icl cn diticnsc for sale biy apI Il A 'l'lIElit, :4 (iravier sa Q itA-'--111 Iccara, i cc accede g ,cccc i 'c r i ip 17 31 (;raviers t LATE Pt dllit TiiONn.-. STEILLING & PENIUrIc)I)( (, hli tir s tcil eI r osr lite Va, ce ElirA, are. Nel,br's \il I; she Prince and the Iedlar, iy the ccitchr ofc Ic Ileiroee; che Bub bles.or Canada, biy tcc auihcr of Sucm Slick ; the Wa men of England. hy 51)ra Elli., (late naria Stickney) ; Jack Sheppard, No. I, to ie mcccllecd in 8 nutmbel . Iy W i Asaswarth, Esq. eauthior of Rlekwood, Crich ton, &c ; \Widsm eid Gcnius o' lShakespearen Ctrl Wercrn, by G Sicmms, autlhr of Gu Ilavers, Mele chcacp, &c; Southern Pcesngea ncd )cicauers, Puems by Mr Simlcse; Captain Kvd. y tile nhlcr of l.a6tte ; thei Hugnenotr, by James, with a g"ical variety ofmiscel lneaons boks, jusat received ant litr sale by. ap 17 AL.EX TOVAIC. 49 C'omp it S 1'IAV CUU'i'EiS-cssctasyas baosnd st and for sale by SHALL & IIROWN apl 17 96 Mganccie el (tuN \ ll.ls:-c-necnc reriecc car,., ii Se p117 SHALL & BROWN, 9i Miagazine p)OTA'OECS-101 hbbls wcicen sad red lauding frunp scehrSplecdid, frocm Boston., forsir bIc api 17 A c IrIIEI, 3i Giravicret l~?HALE .iLc-20 casks refi-ediwhlc nilia 81cm Sfor sale by . i. J P WHI I'NEY a9 73 Camp ec WASHINGTON iBALLi ROO Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipcantel, bolehcec Iloyal & iccllcrhc. THiE Manager of hcre lch ve ulcc HBall Iaoot.gratn -ful to Ilis frieds ndt-lhec pnllic fcill e unpsrai. Idlled alrateage bestow ed on hi clcr scvcrccc seuacac respectficly icflrcns tcclcat slillcc e esticlichicect has bIan elaicgei for tble amuseleat of visitcrs, cad an dlergone iscccce.tse rleicira. The bar will lie ...rpassed by ncoce in qacclity oi liquors.n ccl cie IlCtlnerut a ill Im Iket 1y Ic e abhlest restlIal Ia-ur Ill me Ci; rca Stales. Tvie rom wlili re-clapen on Saelrllty onell llg 3.ld ao Novemecr next, a , • RANDI) D1RES & MIASQEIT EIiAr I.AI.. hl]d aill take cilace as useal evrvr llMda Wc lnV Ie day andl Seccnrcaev tvceing, luranitg lie ce an, .h ich will and oa tlle fot of May, 139. N. I, Thre raretrct attcllini will le piil 10t khap. ing iler.eled dorder througllou lle ecalclccccaac. sma ri dcnc last seaon. cct24 '.--| il )-- "- e v I[ . p 1-10- begs agrecn (irccccccc s, receiigpe bIacrqce Clccccncicleer, lir anl e v n3 SHiiAI.I. & iRRt)\VVN 9i MIngacxin en PUI 1E owners e ,r sDelny,.No 141 and 172 ore cpc.teed hi relurn ille receipts Of goods tlhken frm. ship Tarolintc, ilsmedi.ieli, ar they will ie preaeacPd ac. cardill so law. PE1'EB LAIDI.AW, la9 19 " at Camp Pt I kVEitlt't"S i.aiccl eicccccGc rjcs Absenr (e.on ld' Adcc i.nile Gc calllllccr Jeeohl's [clin Reader), Toola' PccIctc cI s Nugel'c FPrlsch Dieolioarcl Purlcy'i ilcBtk ofsie Ulieltl Sllaces Perlev's Isic 2ed -3d lcd dlok, of I istery New 'fork RIeudrn, ncncers I alId:( I(ytoeildsde aci pnrtsof Ecccrrcau'c crithmetic A ecw e cicplc af she alacce schol ilccbe.jcsc received nd " casleiby ALEX TOWAI, .ic009 --49 Camp si _cp 1i ALl' X T'OWAR, .1 (Csnp ae u - rns, 4 esScrs OsWllhlk rlleetk 118 dil ran ce6!...ifiACii"a~P ,I Ia t.

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