Newspaper of True American, 31 Mayıs 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated 31 Mayıs 1839 Page 2
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b*ili$,Wix 1..Hod ,. Pioq. ,t 7 u . £Mre, q. IBM ~Jeme* i. Livoleh, .Aliljah A k, Snm,,.I Thompson, &fr he uo~ of Mys. I 4 Hadi~ n John C Hammon, S_ - p William Hopkins, r r y o. J P. A. Hardy. Q ht1n Kobn. '. l kY ialoear. S. t "lil aloed every day at 10 l. -4, duewvedav at 4 P.M. I l-ehai holt is lonml every dty at half past 1 *rk5 "t1 due with the Groat .restert Mail, every . Like- Maeil (via , ovlnetoa,La.) in loted eeryo i'l.o.doy, .e~,dav and Priday, at 6 o'clock, A. M. :! e every y, Thursrday. and Saturday, at 5 Ti e Loieelt Or Rier Mail aclooedervry Mon. 4.ny, Wedl.tdei, and Satarday, at 3 P. M. IL sent and roteiintld by eboalta. Arrive, irregularly three 'amst ;week. :$ .Sla &s or Cai Manl is closed everv Tu e nd Friday, at8 P. M. Is sent.and rturned The ieoamdriaoat Red River Mail is seat irregi a lylat bay Itsmholt twice wreek. LOUIIVtLLo on RIVaE MAIL. Wednaeday an . Clone at 8 o'clock, P. M. .atalrdy, CoAst MAIL. rip9y9 and Cloes at o'clock.P M. : MAY I&ATIY' .IP. NEW OII.EANS.. .. ... "Ii , tpr.-e at Ioeh-jaitr to-day is $6 ' peor hbarrel .: r.. i ýctiou to the aril., the hoakers hall giver du. Jspgta ollEloloigf oeek (form Monday 2ithuisat.) 34 ot.no e" . e 0 etl Urrad of the mecond qtalitv, or od three loaveis trl0 Ie ente, in required to weilgh "5 ter rent. m' lay C GENOC l. Mne.r. . .. & NASHVILLE. RAII. ROAD Cso. Parl-o. ARAoorsaNT.. - COtIttet iIttron Sun dlity, 5iloh My 1839. I.ea will leays For the GREAT PRA I RIE,on their nrtse toi the Bayou Tiguyue, every day in l~e. weak-As follows : i.ts.r.t. Return. 7PM. . 10IA. A. 4 "6 - °: "EBere t. Saudsoyr when the cars will run as fallows : lt.e M. RIeturn. ' M. 9 P. 91. .- .... 4 6 P. M. nayS3 JAMES H. CALDWELL, President. MONEY MARKET. " CIy, TIIRSoDAY EVENINo, Mvay 31. I ullcottn tao ale, this morning didI not vary itateri. f ally rnom thoto e )onttd yesterday. Prices are wilh. ol chlngeo. l, a r o'Fo tinesln to arrive freelv. The expor s this .r*eekit is tlought, +i ill folly oqoal the receipth In oew vork it the 21d, the best rate for it, O leets flour '". $659to6 Te. 1. New York, eotten had gone up to its highest W ilv hbtidana d Batk stck iwas qgrauoted in Nde park r rtsprent to tin loig roitp of ThetmtI lathe eam.pret very aniry tr' heir. Ithe tilguitturr 'if- ýiiciigoo teas tep sleid its misc. true model. We prrtive Canal Baik stick is tqiotled in New lYork at k 81 3.dn aiklhe. 'the peslolegtt l'ahina aso vtry angry, thout their lmP:yiiir -ho~uldnik1 ioest Oc t on t | etoad el by it .].u ld. There i- iadeed no excuse for hllis euurat "f 1'hes Wodbi.r br.ught thts moroningl 30,10 in ,pe ieh frTom Teitt( I It annta Anna succeeds in hi enoa om i ate will he Iroken up. It isu t told plrteosoit eornil the ports of the republic ngstotohrei'* exeeto i that ofVerm Crnz. 'he Hasl. at Raltiosre is n hrauih of thle U S. lank oi lstva ii, with a capital ofa miil. lion and a halt. 'rle lIhwies ofiiof Ohio river has laid sn embargo t ou r l iorg, hb-ale. -Pelosle will $nly get out t,.w by "t sll t USasI*n. the onsil steamers. Tile otmnllrr tr lie r is eathIottaver hbegan. 'lwhlhinpit.gl I i. New tork i beLgiolnng to nfol r. Fvtoilt , doll, that th Ioavle packet of tile 19 h, wrelt It nRarcljy 1i0 Ibs. Noe Orleans, May 30. IONYON. $4,854r.84ror if sterling. AR, J. o f. furl U. r . Dollar. NEW YORK. oa.biht, uI5d1 p. . premium NEW Y K K.o.,lodoy, p. c.dicoost 1.N BANK NOTEo., per cnt. prso. U.0. TKESJIOY NtRtp, Par (6l pe cl poom.&A i,,L onverri~e. : $4 8O to. 4 R N.snolh Douhloo n : : 50o. 16 75 AmericaU. Gold, I & p.a. prom. Primer Elhcem-rem e a W.U. (TM. Day, May 30) Natcheb. ..................'. ..,.. I 456 p.o.dis. Do ranrl e.........t.....,.....5 81 do I)o esPootNoser ............I II1 doI Do ol do do I...... , 0..... do Rier, (gaci. p.yi.o blnks.)......... 5 6 do Union oank....payoble lot AI...... 6 (5 7 do do ISoooPoNotes.......... 20 22 do rando ul .......... ............. (420 do lokbn Wsleironn....................30 35 do I',,nl . ndRRBuukobofrVicksbor.......30 35 do I)no do do PotlNoteo....30 ( 35 do P,,Ak ofVi.s5.ur@. ...................4395 .50 do Viokobur Woser Wok..........O.... do .l ..l . t ... ..... ............... 4 5 do I inoze' i Bunk allionn co .........s.35 $42n do Io..,.,. I.,ok, Colo,.om....... .. 10 815 do """don Bank.o ....losl.. b 35 0o do Al amo. .lpeio payill Brok ....... 4 5 do " it.t fank ...............:..........8 d 10 do hno "noooooy+',. 3 * 5 do OIo,., 11110ss. 10110ts, lo. utoOo aodli.souri, - I (9 2 do A.kanoao. 8 ®10 do Toai.. 'rraosry Notes :.... .... i...... 55 p 0 do Citon nd Pors lodloo. .............. 15 0 do aso Mas ........N, r.I Wulhiotosn, Mo ...... 3 o,."wls· do.kd_ ....... ciat iso a....... . 3 Prh.tlllp do ...........,3 L omslole, do ...........4r ioltise om o d ...o roi. tool., do e. 19 0 ,csoah. do ......... ;6 Li*erpool Ar ..........20 lHonoon ues..) oy .... | Peril April.............. to OIT 4) FRW -0111LEANS. boret°.. .. oo r.......... |U . .. .livil. . d o '... . . .a . .. ... d 1 S Moy 30, 1839. SOhip Eliz Ahh. Wd. Iar olitz, E & J Andorew 2hpFllt 0ler,. FoUler.Now York, . P taidl.w Alp By.ron,'PenlirtolS Now York. I AJll hhridge $lip Diadem Lambet: Lvrposol, C llourd Sr Motooo Wore, roocdhboe, foo Liocrpool. lgMop An, Piks lor IAtll. Cru. , A c arka Borig MzpCoGot, tor oPoidoon., E Alloidgo B'kt Leao*·d. ILrrC.w~ w YTook. J It Asbid O 4d0& E Nndo . ARRIVALS. d TombhotlGrampuI Molrson;ifooc theN E psam hbing osad tosso chips Moton,. Dollsawn ond brlg Elillbeth, roo turanloood OhllO. oZipChbelokoe, brilo Cbthrine, Pul.. ki.cphbig Pon*'ooeJU dIcr Woodlboy and .rhr Alieo. Loet IhO b or os dtbjlo·. Repors brig Gruud Tuork illot of flg. Nohlsng oevi the foero. Tow hoot Ppes.il, Davie, from 8W ploc. hcing towed to eslohlpotL s. Poosaoson oy.O oBeodfod and hail Los g l. on4 o th inebl.,lo7A M. Reportno thins n n ne _ fTow bm h Pe6oc o.fromo tepasolo. hslvion g towdo,. houoo Iom y and Nothoo.; obip I.oo Alls'o0o. 00,00 so oodJ · atooooord totdeocibowil, paoko, chip Celroson. .lgit cob,. Allsdio cod lies Wobiogtlon. Loft dhc hor, Pato pao Nothing ooo T6whqonoic. Auni' Hl.io'rs S W poc.. hosvios towed to seeladl ud,, alll MoloS k. rollr.ed o theo ciy wth y Ilo.lpa, brig. Mli.|.iplpl, atitld 'urk end a 'ophr. ar ountbrlb. at 6·. . l epnrta t,,w blott'aller POml. ilo plsLth pckobhip Vicklburg and osoleooher Slp ood" a b. Nooklliso h oriver. i'olg tlomol FSlid. 3. doye from Now York, to the HIo . ? po lroog Polque. Eaopoe. 10 da)s from Matunzso. to F .9 Aeso Wodhidgtn, Ilsarborne, .3 deys brom ti".os.'l SlglI.cqte.Ct"s(k. Sday.rom e-otoKo. 8& J P Whltney. BoigjJ opopi. Kbkol.ld,0l.dsoe from HBo. r., t. lla.tPr. BDqge Cl-heldord, Kosto, 24 day. f om Isonos, to (eos oiftind hi GlaodtolPr4Voney, 19 days from Noew York to the .Ship C-esKqte .'oe ejot. 4 dyey from Il.son, Iso.e Porque Ind Pe'ry. topheo, 14 doyc from Mltimoreo to (4 ledlord lsil Emma. sagoott Iiasg froIm Charles..o, to the Ma So.rL . I.c. lshkioao ,(fm Apel.ehirolo to tier 0or Atlontm. WLhlsr, ou OlO. olooO 2:1d loot, in bhlllt. U 8 sfo Woodhury. Nibet..8 deys fe om Tompieo. obk Lebsoe, Bkllck.rldeo -'dsyc flom Portland. to IJ P .otooLaogho l*hp Cc.dh41. I.ciS,ISdcelltosl rsBooc..o J A Aterrett. og Puou k, oohkpoM, 21 dylls from Thoastoo, to Georoge stmernoa Ce'mldc, Wondl. tcmm Gflvotocn, Lo. boer., to ,milk I5 %o,oobae .olosor L.oan t.ollOe. boom So,. Soma - PItuw.r oVierlmogr. Puooofm Plont Icland 8luaer APFuslier, Main ,roa t Martinsvillo Wtem. A oluidst, JImebswi LmlMsville tLemeo Norok AlIllmu0, rk.blrotn Toneso rivru Horatem C mfloltelol.Popy.,from Noohdic Stomot Wi. t linsloeo. KBollr from CiusisOlti !XPOlRTS. ALIFAX:U.sor shIp Elise 4 Ahy..Cogo 338 horrIs of foor. INEW YOlK..Psk.ip So lcMy..Coogo. 200 hd. tohe o l6 hbd hasalss5hbolaeuoc . S.4pilg leaJ1lo3 li bero 13 do. do,. .............Pewr bip Syron..Carpoghd hi do tdobtoho 159t sokslorn I00 do. do. 76 hcs shLa T'5 boles cOtos 811 pes laod, Ii blas doe, ekim, ..............Prb lgL.ooomd-4. m 0 bidecpo 501 heacotlad bIj9 ol ob$12sooy s eOu, cod I99 1h CORUNNA..Pership Wm T$4..Caloo., I Is o , l6 u IALRPOIO-.PL.R. ..CorfO a e bM.,.tton. ...... ..I. .mSO.hoh , to 48 o.oose 7-9 haoodles Looepo 4 + ig olKdp tO9TON..Poo hlp CtoloAh..caogo, uaw'led mtrchoadi.t, 1m dry °OºIoe sn ...PwhOI5Er.o brig otm..Caooo 1149 Mok. tIen 1t0 bundli.ohoir. P A Jr Whtooy ."""......;·.Pir britgo..oIppi..Cwpo. 160tons pavinoh "oitdtaloamrchandise. to J l ntuo, G Whit bey W Ca·iro, t...........Pnhnrgo eOo BedlBrd..C.,5o3O0 tools ic tloditehh, Blon cco ............... Per msh Uhbruoke..Largo ·nt tmortemrbna" dits 7IIONAoTON. Ptrhril PuloskI..C2.go. tAbocas th nw,to 10 110100o,4 OALVE9TON..rr steamer Colouhlo..C~ogo. I .p.lch jek as. FonoPlI b-ho; I mule, o*lwner. o oadit hi. lo.,ots5 bosdlok do otk10. tOhidot own, on b~oard. . . r Po h All..tlo..t, balls.t MATANZAd. .Itorloooore Porqoo.. Caro 046 s.oh. oolf . lutefrui0tto sundry ooo.1..oo GUOZCO.ALCO..PIr osoh Alox Ws-hingloo. .Csrgo 'O0bholo dose. 30 hIs mollsoeO51a0 Hids l3 bales h."p 40 Iegars3igp,. Bdwin, Csaosond. an NEW TOI..lPrr Iris Cathsrine.. C1o. NI1toan 1. B stont t 125 bundles hsy to 2Od municipality and to or P der '··· ··.Por lorig i tAedT llc.11r~.,1 0llooopasolog .. Ito... .sod assorted mrchodb o tom sJ ptoi sod olbo, 5 H1AVANC .Per ship (:on,·ttlli.inn..10 ballast A oooohoo lqeId FItoy..Corgo, ssortotd merchandise and :'0 stove CHARLESTON.. Per brig Emm...Caro200 loare"o. ricoto A PA I.ACHICO A. Pt, .1, Pallas.. Cago 20 141 ohbi.thy sod TArPICO...0,, .h wolhodburv..Corgo"0000dollo loepeo d to CrOO01y, 510do. to 'lol P,..e: I;.1100 do to J 01 Ciolol.,o; 1,000 do F Tlo; 1;5 O to H t0OM)RTLAND..Po, oh Lolonoo. .Corno 140 tono. lIguooo.; 71501. p01000..,*loell lott m0rc0hodieo It J P Foohorioiehs RECEIPTS OF IPRODUCE Flint id'ad. Par aIsto.p er Vickbburg,, N. oaNo go, g o P Filot Irlood.. Polttoomoo00thoroo..Cnrgoo. 15 hdl ds aon Hytde. Cmsllock A oi 17bs to oo IHendeono&OGin.; :0 hdtllbon A It Wallot o co; U43 hbogs rani; 1ob do o00. 150 kog lard 20 hdo eoo.ooam bg. ftoheo.3hob ca otnie hmso 87 all his pork slid beefs, hlfdro I03 his dour owner aboanrd Baylou Blrno..Pe. steamer Lvvll1 Cargo 194 b~ale Cotton t. if " LOo0Gio;rJ7, df It Lee; 53 do Royoold.. Byrne & 00; bf- 16dotN Wh'Ie; sc Flower; tisdoy boho.Oo tothootttot 1A. a1 ttstoinsillo. .p.,.too.o,. A t'dilie. .Caooo 5 aleoi ot. to, Futolbto Hello,.q A Dqolooe; 02 hlis .iooo DIorioo & 11.. hltto,; 6 holdo do H1ll 0 BHobt, sundrij.. loxe. 4o. to the owo era onl basal Luisvijlle., per steamer Ambodaoloo. .Csoen 38hd. lohbo'. A L AAi~ooo . o; 158. I 11. 4,o, 15 cl5,orks e Crma0 & Mo me loan; Il t oh.bacoo Willi. & 0 ngoolAlJ hdae do I booA It M Wallce 4 ot; I box oto~hodla Kidder . Hetdl 04 0500 htbe 10 (Ooolp+o co. 144 t.. haolol 214do, poaL 424 kegsllad 5 hde tohoooo 1001 hsack. d 6 dollo do ooo 1:11 oaok. baoo 50 hi. wbhisky 00 bIt Boo, lot hmso la0ge lol baono ih bulk., 01n 000 So board Naohvilou..per o.toner Contrllotion, ..Cogo I hkd lobtoto JOlebot.; o1 do Yeo,0,,,., ,o; 6 do N A J Dnok; 47 do A L Addieoo; l2do A I hfII lltog AoOg do toddloo, Poolllrd A oo SO do I' e John1.on, 4o; I dolJ N Boll; 0 balet cotton to0 M .~cr (Cinrinnati..per %Vm obineon.. nn manifest Toone.,,, Riot, ..leral.otet Nrtob AloI,,,,oo..Oto, to hoooo, 0000. cotton, mernbnndise a co. to boodryoo .co1gtt. PASF.NGERS Poo 010000 Colomhi. .NOttdoot Woteto, Peoooo.; Roo e000',lobi!,l Oeslo.. lto ,SlJohn ond Lody; Ge0n it Ren0; D McKoot: Dou t J Clarth, ClitlCam Geo May;lJYW SItn;, Iack;7' J O DMliltt IhV w.1,.; I Will..; J G Khog; J HOp i' 0lt '1 'urnloul lW VC Alloeroomhil; C Fonl; T C Howard . tI llrs,; II..oo I.Hywarld; W lIngram; Gardnor; l' L Jun 001; H1 l ostwiob; JMMCormick; Jas Thomp00o: J M omith O IMtno oo W Moltooy; GIIV Ooloh; A 0 For.; t Rioholtl; F Halllc; HIi M so,; J 110 Cot,o; D McCy; Joe Ototeo; W i t H biooo S 11001 Shippd;S J oodgr1.a; J Melan; I pollard; J Ltblaooo; P Lowois. 1t Per stamoe Aoboo.sdoo.. Ma Htf; Mo,.,. Wood; Rig..ty CI Cr00;Hll;W IVjmibh; T O,.sO,; lJ D 5.,Ol; Goodin; Get. y; Jar. in: F:ly; Armour; 'lPo. Wll and .,,lo. 1'or A t'sdjoieI..t HIt Ojoy, I 1 Sharp; J t1ol) o,,d cohil.t* IC WIIKell;; I,,Jh ,on;ll, Beflook; Mtdao Marco; L Wood. y aodo O111,, edt 1 ". sltoar ouulhoone ltE ooEjn.. Woids Wlho;l; A C Do.,,h; H S01110 OIEOMEORANDA y Ohio .ti1 fol'ing. NAII011 At. INTEL.I.lIGENCE. Noalt Bo00111,,otod Obey; orr brig Angols. 313 ayst n01 hom e l Booron, 18th Mc,. err .,bip rbrolrlls..I hems 23,1 April. I (Id Ilurhnw. for N. '. T. l'alcolllrP~l sip Cfl,,rlc. C... it .Atl N York; Mat May. Orr .rig; ElizaooAd Susa, 16 days s Al Tbooaolo 13.11 Ny. old May Kole, for N. Oroloos; I Joo, Ooiste ndlo. coo Looylo. 6 th4. .4; long. 64.25, ship Ruoooll, heon D ý I lIE I'Oh111 A1IiiRIti N. FAITITUL AND BOLD. Official eournal of the 21 ftIRanicipalitt. PUBLISIIED Daily Tri-Weekly & Weekly. Sr l (P4IC LE A W I : FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1839. Irportant from Mexico.--A friend, who arrived yesterday from Vera Cruz and Talmpico, has furnish. ed us with the following mformatitn. Col. Rtee, titir.ter of Teoas to Mexico had arrived at Vera Cruz, and applied to Gen. Victoria, then in coom satnd, for permission to toad, which the general refused to grant, on pain of itmmnediate imprisonment. The Colonel wae informed that he might stay on board of any vessel in the harbor. Col. Bee replied that if he could not lInd, le would he compelled to throw himself on thle hospitn'ity of the Frernch commander, then at ncrificions which he accordingly did. an was received with marked L.idness and distinction; but belore he could remove his effects to tile French commander's ship he received na ctaspart from Gen. V. granting him per mission to remain at Vera Cruz until lie could hear from thueapreme government. Col. B. accepted the pass port and pernmission, and aInded. Tie only menof war at Vera Cruz were five or six vessels of the Fench equadrtn. City dull, and nobu sinces going on whatever. The city of nTampice was besieged by the govern ment troops under Bustalnenre, who was at Altemira, 20 miles distant. His catvalrv had advanced within a quartero nla mile of Tamipic, drove in the pickets, after capturing 10 or 1t2 en. The only troops in Tampico were the militia of the town. (.en. Urrea hatd arrived and was expected to t joined by 3011 omen, the remnant of those who had escaped after the conflict near Pue bla, under Mexia. If they should arrive in time, the force willbe increased to 100tt. The city was strong ly fortified, and it is probable that from the temper dis played by the people, they will make a most obstinate defence. Rusiness of all kinds was comnpltely pros trated and no intercourse whatever maintained with the interior. Even marketing woos almost entirely cut off. The foreign consules hd sent out an agent to wait on General Arista, who befor tie the arrival of BuSia mente was in command, to learn his intentions in rein tion to foreigners and their property in Tampico. Hil answer was, thiat as far as he could possibly protect the persona and property of foreign re, it was both his duty and his wish to do so, to the utmost extent, but as the city would probably be taken by asauult, a ,d in tile contest both bnmhes and cannon would be used, lie could not answer for the consequences, and therefore advised foreigners to remove witls their eflelts ou of the city. But as there was a vwry large amonat of property in the city and no means of transiortation, they could not prssibly follow this advice. Besides the supreme government had by a decree confiscated goods that tad been ented at the port of Tampico. adl were found in the in.erior. The utmost tlarn prevailed at Tampico among the f.reigners, and every eflorl had been made with the Amte,i:an senior naval officer there to order the Woodhury into the river for their pruteetiot ; but as tie schooner was not under his orders, he declined do ing it. There was lying off tle port of Taontti n the U. S. ship Warren, the Br. sloop of car It('ant aind a French gun brig. The beat understanlding prevailed among the officers of the e if rrent vessels for tie mutual pro tection ofhe foreign inleresr, antrl o dofutt every thing in their power will bie dine to rlender tassiteance, Ih tts the tecsels thelosrlves are lying 9 miles from the city, with a very had Iar beLwren it. and theom, it is feared that when the critical moment shall arrive, reqluiingi their assistaner, they will be unable to ren ler it. The general opinion among the hest inf-rmed people I inthat upon the Ihall of Tamrpico, Sanlt Anna will he I declared Dictator, and that his plan is to close all the Mexican ports a ainot foreign cpmnler r, with the ex ception of Vera Cru. Ilsetamense had issued a proclamation, inviting the people to their duty to the government patty, which, if th, y did, thie rcolnlry would have no other enemy to contend with than Texas. From 7Teas.-We have Houstoo dntea to the 22d insrant. 'the President har convened the Audirorial I Court fur the exam natien of claimt against the repub- I lic. ieveral companies oftroops are tm pursuit of In- t di no between Ih, Trinity antl the Brano<. 'he corps t of langer on Guadalupe have been di-bneded, their I] rerm ofaervice having expired. Tbe city of Aranzan is It gradually improving. The Meoxiean trod rs resort tl thither for the pureha-e of goods, and it is supposed I that theim annual sale will atmout to$ 0il,00 in specie. i No other items of moment. f Since the above was written we hae received our t copy of the Houston Intellireneer. Cordova, the Mex- v inan bandit, has come on to tlhe frlllier arain w.tl 1(1 r men and 40 pack mulce. le had cuh off a party of v Surveyms on the Guadalupe and murdered them all but I on,. They are chiefly Mexieans. Cordova is catry- il ingnmmunoition to the Northern Inritons. C(o!onel !Ptrr leson was in pnrsuit of Cordova. The Government hotd b placed at his commaed 4010 men. ' emdrL violntion of ear rigAte.-BStme tint in Marchl the American brigs America and Eliza DIavidaun sailed it trom Montevideo with full eargoes for Loberia Chica, on e, thrteota f Patagonia, helonging to the Armatine Re- I oublic, but without tdr limits of4the blockade rnclaimn. [t ed by the French Admiral ofl Bienos Ayres atdl the shaori.if the La Plata. These brigs arrived safely at Loberni Chica. ere unloaded, and were taking in their return carnoes when the Pearle, a French corvette of war arrived. having been senthy the admiral, Lehblane, and captured them. They weeecarried to Montevideo as prizes of the French squadron. for having violated a blockade which did not exist, on the coast where they were eiz d. TIhe tonignees of the brigs demanded their restitution, but the admiral refused, unless they would give security fir thle alue of the vessels, and shubmil the question of eapture to a French court of ad miralty. This proposal was rejected. The American SCommodore,on hearing of this wanton violation of our neutral ri hts, immediately wrote to the French Admi ral, proteEted formally against his conduct, told him that tihe proceedings would not be submitted to by the U. S. government, and demanded the instant and uncondi tiomal surrenderof the brigs. When the Dolphin sailed from Montevideo, on the 21st of March, the Admiral had not anseered the Commodere. Is there to be no end to this a-asnption ofrights and violation of our privileges d by foreign nation- Why will not the government toke a decided ertad at once 7 The above ease fitords da good opportunity. is More Trouble in Alaine.-McL.aughlin has reen at Fish River with 401 men and ordered uoi'aptain Nye and his 30 man. 1 hey departed, but it is supposed foT Sreinforcements. McLanghlin forthwitlh despatched an express to F.rt Fairfield for men, and started a boat of mten, ammunition and provisions for the seat of war. Te Co.mvetion .-Or prospects. Many of the states have W appointed menohrseto attend the Convention in Deembab-, i I30, at Hsrrisbnrgh. In all the appointments made. we sea I7 fresh proft of the patrbitism of the Whig party. The men chosen will go up to the Convention with one question to let tie, and that question is;m-how to banish from power the pree. enteorrupt administration. The plublic eye, o far, wlest up Son lepnry Clay as the candidate for the chair that has been to elong deseerated by Jackson and his nominee. For ourselves we have no dohbt ofthecwtiot nfthe Convention. There 0i no man la the ranks of the opposition holding so prominent a place as Mr.Clay, and there is no man among them who grap I ples nearly theheartS of his fellow ritizens. Post services de and thing to be done hereafter pint unerringly to the Ken. Stucian as the man of the peopleps choice, if the people intend to save the repubtie from rin and overthrow. We haveonly c to fear the action of the Pensy'vanit anid Ohio delegation" SWthca wmdaess that looks, thus far,only to prsoneal agran a ditemlst, the f iendse of Harrison in them states persevere in pressing forward his claim. Were Mr. Harrison the pegrios he is representcd to be he would at once withdraw his name t im the lirti, and our we d for ie, Dni.il Webster would do the same. With a eler field, the nomination of Mr. Clay would be by aeclamatioi. The inhrns of the Convention iwould be nticipated by thi pep's en tie glorious tspreoa cis would be realized of nation atoning for heir wrogs to the statesman ofthe age nnd conferin upon him the frst or tee inn their gif. The tide of enthusiasm would he setin me. tion, and on such a stream would the bark of the nationo ho.s v oat safely into the desired haven. Mr. Harrison nnd-Mr. J Webster have seen that they have no warm friends among the members of the Convention already chosen, and that, should . they hold out,their eeurse will only be to ohbstel the torrent ofpublic ruthcsianm for Mr. Clay, to di.mpen the ardor of 1the opoiion. in the d, in t ,e end. to defeat the great nletet which the roelltry yenrns to elect,-the di.mierrl from power C ofthat faithLess public servant,- -Martin Vanl uren. As the time tr the assemtbling of the Convention hantens en, we feel grewt solicitude trt tile reeult. 'the politlicl holizn is aily cehuded in the direction of Ohio and I'ennoylvnnia. Let liarriorn tnd We.k,ter sacrifi.re lthleir own firelinrs on he altarof the p:tlic goed, and . our proaIpet s will l, tGuyV encouraging. 5Mr. Hnrri t son must know and feel that even could ihe get the noma - m ination of the National Convention, his election would he a nltter of strong doubt It is reasonable to suppose that he, having w+ will adinit,the loves of two States to sustain him, wil be able to command the warm sap portertes of Mr. Clay itto his esrvice, when those sup porters form rIh real majority in nearly every State in the Utniol ? His experience in the last e artest ought toconvince hi,tt that to throw himself upon theluke, warm support of party fiends is dangerous not only to his own success, but to ti, success of the great princi pies hIw professes. Mr. Webster, we know, only waitls to see the course that Mr. Harrison will plrsue. Let the hero of Tippecanoe rletre from the field anti the pride ofaMussaciusettsa will go with lhi. Success, in that etllt, will sit perched on the whig banners. The reasonings of the Harrison Ohio jnurnals in favor of their course are ferbler than tihe cause orthe man they cslnuse. Thtse writers well know that General Har. rison cannot be elected. They are persuaded so in their own lterts. Iftheypersistin running their ccn. didate, nod if their candidate persist in allowing his name to be used, we shall be comnpelled to dloubt thet sincerity of their prof.asions,and to id:lre tithe in the ran's of those who have not the country's good at heart. We sany iat this, because iMr. (lay is our choice, hit we woln d say it. even w heire here ny other iranp in the whig party httrer dlesitined to succeed than Mir. t:ly. I Srppoyse the Chly men were to assumle the ground occupllei.d by the frionds of Mr. Hlarrison, and nMr. iH. was the more populary carndidate, wh t would a lthey say to us The issue is certain, Mr. Clay will o ie the Convention iman, and we hope ye to see Mr. e Harristn nndhit friends, as well as Mr. Webster and all his supporters fiighting foremasl tlep balties of their t country against that eoutuon enemy, Martin Van Bu roen. The nrex Presidency is no longer a pary qgaes liloll, it isa quertio invtling toe an haltica of thIe le. itpubllic. Clay and tlhe Republic against Martin Van Buren and a Despotism is I te true isue. Let every true friend of the rouartry buckle on his armorin ltitte t and flyt t te aid oftthe itepubie. Florida. The repeated aggressians of the Indians in this daete tesd lerrl'ory,upon the white settlement, and tile cruel murders n oflwomen and children by the savage should urge the General Government to adopt some neaasure by which the red man of p the penirulta rould ie exterminated. Mr. Van Buren mnst be convlnced that peace with the Seminoles will only tend to make them mrere haughty eni cruel and spread discontent among the removed tribes. But it would seem, that the Presl. deat avoida tie alloption of any systenl that would speedily putean eld to the Seminole hutcheries. The Ittorida war is to him a hot ted uororrlption, an it afrrds him a chaince of e. pending mIllins of the ptahlic treasure upon his satelitel What, therefore, are the Florldiansl to do Are they to suffer because a icked Preident ails to perform his duat? There le not a retnecting nlan in the rcommunity, who does d ant see that if the war were prosecuted with vigor and deter mination to end it, every difculty could be surmounted nld P the object attained. But how have the capaisgens been con ducted? The regiments Sent to Florida were never filled up. and the command placed in hands utterly unut for the task p All our generals, one by onile, have been dieomffed. Why$ Because they were mlore solicitous to please the adminisra lion than to fight ile enemny. The secret ordea, no doubt, were;-prolong the war, prolong tie war. There are men rho havebean braed in Indian neampaignl, fully capablea of ending the war at onre, if power e given Io them, if only tile regiments were filled up, ifthe General Government would te leond their'ffurta. GeCanera iGainies isn oe fthoe men. But t we fear. that while Mr. Van BKren in power, the Ploridienl sre otdeatined to be rid of thelir enemy. All that remein. B for them to do, is to at on the defensive, until theirterritory Be erected intotate.a,and theln they may do that which the Fed. d eral Governlmet refause to do.-take spsn to exterminate uI thewhola race of red akitns withintheir bordersl. d " We do nt book upon a man a in reality under any eddig+,t.us to a banik, who burrows Ino,,ev of It," le look tupon a man profe o'ng such a creed as a Van Buremite, ali con-equen'ly i a swid er. The Re.eoue.--llo volume six of the public doru mnntl, submlited t tile first session of lhe lost I:on grees, i+ a table, numbered 5114, exhibiting the tolul ex" pelnes ol collecting the revenue for twenty yeare, com itenemg with 1818 lnd cding wih 1837. Fromt 1i118 to 18!8, Ihe expensll vlied frorl $700,I00 Itn $88'1,0)0. But in the ieginning of the t trannical reign of Andrew Jason, commenced Ithe judlieious reform in the gov ernnllt llexpnss, iy which was meant the appropria tionof so much of the revenlle at practicable to party purposes. The expenses increase rcegularly flora 1829 to 1837. In 18"29 they were $944,0011. In 1837, they were $1,497,475. l'tus have the people paid more than halfa million fldollar ucnj sally to support aparty that disregards their des est privileges. Let thile cutraorants be driven fiom pm.wer. The TreantoeEa.mpment.-Yaeterday we took oc casion to animadvert upon the project of encamping tie U. States Iroops at Trenton, New Jersey, while the peo ple of Florida were left exposed to the tomahawl, real pine knife and rift otl Iandian. The object was not to findl fault with the army or its officers, but to show the folly and wickedness of .1r. Van Buren in adopting Ihlcolursa. We know that teneral Gaines is ready to head a suumer campaign ag::inst the $elninoles, if the President will permitl We know that he has appli. ed for this power, and was refused. Nay, there are arehosts at officers vhollse only ambition would be to fght the foe in Florida, if permitted. The blame rests not with them. As we observe in another, article, the Florida war is a means of diverting the public eye from the tor. ruption of the gooermner, ant aa well foml which tie walers of reward can he drawn by the parlizann of the Presidcnt, and hence he will not take snteps IQ terminate it. The Eastern pj qurs say that the design of the en ruapment at relllton is to restore the health of the Florida troopI and to re-estal:lish labits of discipline. 'his is all vry well., bil what is to t,eoume of the" in nurcet nlth:ria nld thlleir helples babes" ill East Flor ida I Are we to have our ears fron day to day assail. ell Iy their unavailing cries; are we to have our sym. ptaitea shocked by detoiled clueltiec to the white by lhered man, merely bwcausn reident Van liuno is plcuased not to laieh the war 1 The rsquare softe lentioaed.--The udgment of the Court in the case of the U. S.ates against the city of j New Orluans, will be given to day, and that udgmentI will be in favor of tiH city. The Inw, oer of tlle defea- I dante it in said" walkd over the track," without epppo sition. T'he right of the city to the property was so clear, that Uncel Sam's counsel had nothing to sey. Sheeoner Weodlmur.-This noble vessel, command ed by as nhble a fellow as ever lived, has been with drwn trol,. her station on the Gnlph ns n gooernment packet. We are sorry tor this. for we had begun to look for the regular return of thin vessel almost I as a matter of course, no a ponitive and connecting link between ourselves and the arbarians of )lexico. Now, we shall have to depend on chance for intelligence from Santa Anna's dominions. Captain Nicholas, who had the Woodbhry in charge, has gained the esteem of all by his urbanity and strict attention to the trying duties assigned him, and there are none who will not regret that he had not been crntioned in the service, the fruits of which hve been eo vnluahoe. Amongall ourfriends we know of none who hea a firmer hold upon our ee. teem, and our lervent wish is that his bark may harry on to the haven of his hopes with a smooth sea and kindly breezes. lank oflssues.-Alexander lamilton, nfNew York, thi degenerate son of a worthysire, has proposed to the Legislature of that State t pass a law depriving all the exisuing corporntions of the power of issuing bank bills, and to estab.h a bank ofia.sue. Mr. H. argues in fa vorof hin scheme in the very nntoe way the advocates of a Nntidnal flank argte. The capital of his bank he would place at 3 millions, without power to discount or buy promissory notes.but with power to receivedepo. sites of specie, to charge an commission for its transmis.. sion. to possess the right to issue bills payable in4specie In Now York city, &c. From a careful perusal of his proposition, we think it is one calclsaterd to aggrandize New York at the expense of other cities. lIe would make it the sole agent ofthe getner.l government, ke. Fortunately for the intersisa ofother parts of the Union, the powt r of the special and free corporations in Now York will prevect the proposition from even beinglis tened to. Gone.--Tl U. S. frigate Contlitution went to sea from New York nit the SUth inst. with Mir. Ellis on board, houtd to Vera Cruz. We hope Mexico will be made this time to yield to our just demands. Fires.-Sevcral fires occurred in New York on the 21st tnstant, but they they were princip lly arrested be fore great damage was done. On the 2d,lhe House of Refuge was burnt to the ground. This will prove a great loss to the Corporation. The Harpers.-These publishers are engaged in getitigoult a eris of at ndard works for the school district liblurices of the State of NeweYork, under the direction of John C. Spencer, Seretary of tta.e. Alr. Ree.--The Beauties of Danel Webster ((his r speeches 7) have gone to a iecond edition in New York. I Is Mr. Rees the compiler ? Will no one send us a copy ? Trete Loee.--Cleorce Asplmaia. "'Tere is e gloom illdreep lnove,as in deep warter : there is n ilelcP ill it i lich senulpenls trie Rfmit; eidl sie hleld larl anid the dejee:id head are the images it reflects." The He rrt.-Pericles to Aspaoia. " It conlnjps the temple, not only of Love, but of Conscience; and a S hisper is Iward from tie extremity of the one to the extremity of the other." The Arts.-Pericles to Aspasin. ' ,Sculpture and Painting are moments of life; Poetry is life itself, and every thing around it aonl above it." Theatrical.-La Sylphide at the Park with Monsieur aend Mlladne Taglioti. Mlazetppa at the Bowery with trementdous success. Five theatres ill New York in full blast--how long before three of them will blow unt ? Miss ClilTufn as pretty and Juno Ihke as ever. Porter advises her to articlllatte tmoe distinctly-rather free advice this from him. Augusta is Ii page the lit)e de Vendome at tIte National. lis. hir, if's C'inderella at tle Natiounl is all the, rage--crowded louses. The Segtin+ are not engaged lthis season in Ntew 'oai k-they come South next ftll. Mrs Sthaw at tie IHmery, uld Miss Verity Itoo. I.itile Jutlia TurIbull dcinig Ihert also. The Spirit of tiec lTollres promins es to go into de tail as to tle engagelento s of our sars llher last winter, atd to bloetw uip the managerits. Wottder lhw T rter will maunage the fcts his fLields w:ll r've Ihin Thei Woods are collting it this coUnotry inll he fall. Fporting Ncnur.-Sir. Ith;gers has obuiunell thle nie of M totrt hIt, tin the greet mt , It oif* lt,itlf'. Ifol'o rSlluth be not ihjuned, utither prty will flinit. The prduee ofl Ni. J0,for the Peyton slake, i; afi e filly soioe wechs old, by Andrew, out of iearia est, Wi gner'dacii. Colst! who was in tile breeding stud of .lr. Itunrd man, is dead. At the Hteacon Con.le,e liibolea, tile winners were, Andrewrctta, I Andreew, dlitl by O(scar; 'l'oradou, by IEclipse, out of Polly Hopkins; Trenton, by Slutitiouthli Ecliplee, daun by T'uckahoe ; Iomnblower by ditto,, u of lMusic: anld tho DuLke by ditto. Louisville Races.--They take place on tile 1t of June, n tile (Oaklnltd Course. Mary Vanghan, Kaven augh, Glorvina, A horl, and Waener hadl arrived. Gray

Eagle,. Tarlton, Ralph, Ci arly N"tylr, andl Dr. Doudiler nllcrack Ilorses, wereexpected. The stewards of the course ire to applar in English Jockey costume. course are to appinar in English Jockey costnume. AFFAIRES LU CONSEIL. SECONDE MUNICIPALITE. MARDI, 7 Mai 1839. Sdaneedu 7 Mai 1839. ORDONNANCE Autorisant 'dntminsion do trois cents mille piastres de bons de cotto Municipalit6 . ]'rtat de la Loui. liane, on dchange d'un mnontant dgal de bone de I'Etat. 1. 11 est Ordonnd quo sl Maire et et demreure autori. a & dnettre conforztdinent a t loi, un on plusiour. bonls do cotto Municipalit6 pour trois cents mille piastres, io on lesquels bons seront dd. livrds au Tresorior do I'Etat en dchango d'un 6gnl montant des bons do l'Etat, aini qu'il cat pourvu par la loi. 2. 11 eat de plus ordonnd, quo pour pourvoir on Spaietnont ponctuol do o. des buns, dent I'dmission est autorisad par coto ordonnance, outre le mon. I taut ddja annuellement off et6 & Ia caisse d'amctor. tiassement qui sern dtablie a la banque de l'Union, sera auusi annuellement d6pos6es dana Indite banque du m6mte revenu, Ia soonme subsdqu ntoe de Sosept millo deux cents piastres, fiaisnt en tout nouu d6pot annuel audit fonds d'amortissemoat de douzo rnille plastres; et le revenu Icrovenant do la taoe do whariga. est et demeure esp6ialeomont affteed a cetts objet, juosqu' au paiomont dos bonls bnis en var. tu de cottu ordonnanco et do cello du 2 Avril 1839. 3. II est do plus ordonnd quo ler int6rdts our eIo bools do l'Et.it reeus par rotto te rc:cipalit6, en vertu de Lt loi 18 tacit Mars 1039, nervnt payda par eotte Municipalit6, a I'androit fix6 pour Ie parement do la dite suomme par I'ondossement do In Munici. palitd sur len dits boon; pllrvu quo Ie eonupons d'intdr6ts des boen do I'Etat sacnt recusepar oIn "'lcd oroer do l'Ett, en partie du paioorot does intd. r6ta nur me bocce do tla lunicipolild dnues it cot off t on 6change ; at pourvu en n utre quo ctae ,asolulion alo rests viguenr quo jusqu' au paiemeno t des bone do 'a Mnunicipalitd. 4. II est do plus ordoun6 quo vingt mille pinatres provenant tdu revenu des cmarchds sont spdnihne .t at:e!6 eat approprids au paiment des intdrfts surles bons do i' Eat, Ia . its sOllnno devra tre ddtpos6d an mnois de janvior de chaque ande6,, dane tells banque de eotte ville qui assumcero lt paiemnent eosdits in tdrctn en Europe. signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu qu'un billet payable & soixanto jour suit f, is en faver de Ia Banque des Marchande do certa villa, pour la somme do cent mille pins res, le dit billet pour ttre escamptd par ta dlto DaIque pour le compto du Trrdor. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu quo jusqu'a co qu'un Trdsnoier souit lus at prbt . outrter en fonelion, le Recorder eat et de nloure autoriC6 & signer toute loos obligations qui demandent In signature du Trodorier. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu quo le Comptrolour esatt demoure auto- I riod a signer des checks sur les banques comne Trcsorier par intdrima jusqu' a ce qu' un Trdsorier nuit lu eat dumtnco qutlifid. Sigrid JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu quoe Ia somme do quinze cents to quatre piastreoct moinante oinq sous soitp iyd6 sur I'ordre du Mire , a H. A. Sherburne, pour los boulouc ot t les vcrrous dos puotls fourmls, sur l'ordro du Voyer. Signr JOSHUA BALDWIN, Rlecorder. Rdoolu quo Is p edttlont dLjasbe Barney eat re. jetd, ct de plus quo lilit Jbus Barneoy soilt averti par le WIiafnger d'avoir a enlever du devant Is port do cette Munleiuplitd, Ia Inachine 6 vapeor pour 6grainer o: manis, Sign6 JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. ORDONNAN:Ot Crdant la place d'aeistant Voyer et ddfinimsnt It a devoirodo dit ofoior. 1. 11 et ordonnd que to Conceil nommera an nuelloement, le premier Ma di du me s do Mai, une personne convenable, comme assistant Voyer. qui avant d'entrer en fonctions, donners on bon avoc une ou plusicurs adeurttds pour la soorme do cinq mille piastres, pour assurer lo fidelo exdcution de sos devoirs at preter & sorment par devant le Maire de romplir fidblemont et impartialemont tons dits devoirs. Son saluiro sera do mile piastres par an. 2. 11 cat de plus ordonnd qu'il scer du devoirdo l'aoiatant Voyer do fournir it toutes personnes qui le demandernott, le lignes ot niveoaux des terrains situde dane lea limites do cotte Municipalitd, sane aucun delai qlu no serait pas ndeessatre, at do plus de fournir, i la requite do telles poruannes lea lignes at mveaux pollr lee banqnettes i faire par lee individus conformiemont alo ordonnanceos, at de donner does certificat quand les dits banqiettes so. ront termindas. t lea ertifitat do dit assistant sera recu do elinsaate dvidence d t lignes. niveaux et elt travaux ydcerits. La compensation a'loude au. dit arsistant Voyer sera la mmre que cello fix6o par la 36mo section d'une ordonnance approuvdo d'ono ordonnonre approuv6o Il 14 Mai 1836, fixant lee devoirs do Voyor. 3. II rat de plus ordonnud qu'il sera exalusivo. ment6 devoir dodit ensistant Voyer de fairs des rapports exacts et ddtaill6 an Trdsorier et au Com. ptroleur, de toulte sommes duos par dos individull pour re boureaolonts de pavages, pour entourages ou autree travaux faits par la Municipat6d pour compte des individus ; et lea dils rapports devront dtre faits par I dit anistant Voyer doane P'paco de tronto jours, aprbs quc le Voyer a certifid no 'i'r6o. rier quo tel parago ou autres travaux ont dti faits ; et it deviont du Trdsorier de demander par 6eri. audit a-sistant Voyer, do tels rapports inmmlediatet mentsur Is presentation t luli ftite dtcortificat du Voyer. St urit-a nslu grand quo celui do trente jours depuis I.of ole dul Tr'rorior pour Ia rod ditiondescomt1 arrivait, pour too surerollt do temps do oette nature, P'ass stant Voyor tera con. train de payer au Trdsorier in itdrdt au taux de huit pour cent par an our lo mont nt non retonnrd. pourvu qu'aucun motif satitfaitant no soit fournti no Conseil pour an setmblable delai. 4. II set do plus ordonn6 que Passiutant Voyer romplira tels alltres devoirs qi lui soront d6voluse par uordro do Conseil, sans nvoil droit t d'aotres dmolumene qu' a ceous fixda par celtt ordont nance. 5. 11 eat do plus ordonnb quo lo dit assistant Voyer tiendra son bureau a la maison Municipale, et tiondra on Reoistre exact do toons le arpentages par lei faite en so capacit olt fcielle, et ii ten ra one copie litterale do tous certificats, par lui don. lids on la dite capaeitd. Do plus do toos plan- coruages, teorains, arpentages, alignements et rap. ports. lesquellos r plports et lour minutes ceront sn tous ttemps ouverts I'examtell do Maire do la ville, du Recorder, d s Aloerimen et des Voyer de cette Municiralatd, et appartiendrai de droit t Ia Municipalitd. 6. II est do plus ordonnd qIue le Voyer do In Municiptlia6 coitiuera rempltr toos les devoirs a lui nailteonant inipoled par los ordonnrnces tx. ilttanle ; pourvn tlu'lls no soient point in orttpati blu avec les provistonso do cellet ci ; et ii lurra, avec I'apprilbatiln du Couni.t des rues et e:tmtns, employer chlquo fois qullo dnson opinion l'intirdt public P'txigern, one personne convenahle pour ]'aider dans I'aoeenpliseemesnt do sos devoirs, dont Ia nomination devra re par rapport annoncdu niu Conscil avec unt salaire qui n'eaecdero pus cent piastres per mlois. 7. II est de plus ordonnd que lea premiere, soe condo et troisibe osetiotts d'une ordonnacee a.6. ant Ia place de d6putd Voyer ot decrivant s deer oirs, approuvdns lo 23 Mai, 18336, sent et demeolu rent iappoldes. Sign6 JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. FOR NEW YORK. The A I ship ItANUOIll, Captl lvtr, vill hlave 'learip h'. It/ulrbluia.er I' re+lhl . .ý or plsxagn, havllnghgl o uccl:nlollllnositl, apply Io Ilt talll n a r irll . l, ll I iliavt l * " I' WI i'l'NEI'. 71 ('aRtiiiit FORil. NIWYIIK. I' board, ner I r rltt ess S1 ar N6a' tt hata Ii OINlTElr or Iiit .lpa |r, EIl in fra i,r -le'. "'hoe pAm-.n ers .aln n it i. Ih i br lh i will u le.a.t I i tn I lr.ral ' ll Aflneir... tI I ri l.' I.k tI'r rlav.) iat Whll i Bi 'ri a lllu iill It1 ry a o, , ii Io , Im I , I r to Nkb I'oI'ETII 1h . I ll, 1V', vat' 31 irS i a..;.I st. II pll -l o N L siti ia , lr' I. I I. I tia riv + '"t.hlla., ;illl , ilt', Tvil'.ill llle,. II imay 31 r Nirzl.l c ii un m Fa ' i sw I, GUS' i'iENI ' I i mn i lEl i a Itl y lIInarirv o l t OE rtv . Alerri:cn J1o 4liller': Ilol.'e Vernll 2t 3 l Adhice ta (Grnlhir. l¢.hini ii ''l y Chiiyl'* Blicks.hone; .Ilillillugt'r c'iril I",il.lneer ill, ftir ileby ALX. 'OW II, tlay 3 419 ('all p al O 7NTtS, ,f Ilum -shiers- , hller in Italo , 2 wls. Plscnl Bruno hihll i e. Aion.timei.i Iv IA ok 1 iThe APHlrilie Jolt .il'rr, wi illa aitlll al(la Little Freaihliiiii nall Il his n.t.r lats, Ily allrris, ivltliilbpt lby Johaiona. o Poetic W trvtli, allelrctel piciry frolt Chaurer tII WVord.sxworl h. Nicklbhv, Nli.o . Ilar'. Sketclea, No 7 .ind : JOIINS. Co. Ilr 1i iw Cor St Charles & (Crnnno ots C HA-lPAl(GNEL4i(.-.aiskt-of tilavierir qillilt in S store lnld lir sale h SII ALL & rIIIIviV'n llmay 31 " 6 illl l4 iln e at S tOAF tUi;AR instire nni ir t l le bi, Smay 31 SIIAlL & IIrOtWN.i Ail hergnzile st 0 ':iRMAN PEAS--til hg- in saore anll fr soal by lly 31 .IAI' I. & BIIOWN, 13 Mna zin atI ftOUI.D CANILES-765 taintsa t at Robbtia in atI sre and 'aforsl by b IIAI.L.. & II(OWN iallv 31 96\ 11~azine c;t aXES--3i boxas auprr or axer in tor alidl for A sale by SIIALL & I&IlaaVN, O nly31 9 lazti l st 0 11.-75 1 rls prime flamers'-Oil 41 casks oulliilllm r Siiierm O)ii lllny 31 i3:w I, 11 GALE, 93 Cmnlmon at ][ LARtt-- ke- au.i·r'ir 'lrnri'iras --- i 1 (G DIO()lSIl:Y, 44 Nrew Levee ILJlOtl--99 barrels laiding fru la.1 II b'ata hir sail l_ by G, I)alRITSE', mBl 41 New Le.ve-e S ESS BEEF t, hall hills at the Nainspnon, L' ra Ml sale Iy G DORSEY, may 31 44 New Leve Drawn Nilllberrt of ile Grand Mlate Lolerrs. Clans 44. 55 18 48 30 8 10 38 52 6 62 3 37 TIllS DAY, 68,00o0! Iligllret Prize! Tlicktls ini ltly $ 00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. CLA.S Nn. 44, Extra. Ailtithraizd hb Iregislarlne Iit" Ihl te, "I' l a ie niliaT, l tv, lilay :11, 1119. at 7 o'clock, P. 1I, at Bit.iv'ar Ilatrl La'otlltan al. S 1)DAVIS & Co, Mlllnaigrs 7L5 Numberra-lIratwn Baullols. 'plerdid Schaie. 27,814 I'tize, lmuilrting In $i9,853 Tickeri. $5lii-iitlnh, a $ l'0-(Inarltrrt 50 cvi. Pbckaaes of25 liak is for $5101 0, arrailtell to draw at lean il " lSharns it, irrlllirtion For Package. or siagle fick, Ia. .npalv inl '31 At Mlallnigrs dOice 16 Cllrrretsl ?LHE h% EIIS'l'. VAr.ti.-iaoly niigtanrd air a small r ard actiulalled wilhri a lenlouir of Air. \Vullserwllad a brief eXlrne fronlll his celelebre I leeclh ofl830, with a I.atterll of tihe Vle, for male, wI desale and retail, No 16 ilnrltres at. Alal, a miiatiare LiKelessa t I. 'r Welblter; nlro a Declaratlon of tndependencp, wilth fe silriler rf tlhe nanes. ay 18 ACON OIiJES--IUII caaks in elrre lirr sale bI irly6 G. I)IISEY, 44 New Le'vee per itp OUconee. f'or sale by my _ IiA.iI.I& liti'ttVN, 96 Mlanailne at All Ar oia'ir't'r i'tlltlit' in aater volira llardina'. Ea.ly MIlrailg Bnot Il'arlalad' Juaiiilh Arltit Tilit Eiitlnraitr, Ilrairig Btak Andrew' I.esotli in Flinlt, faliliiltig 'The Litllle Skerlrh llllk, lat aod d strie, The Unild States irawine aHlloak, jnlt rrcrived alid forsale by ALEX. TOWAlt, oaly 16 49 Cntop at I)ACONN-60.,000iob.r Cintrinnntii.rer, on isiag of l) hnan, sides nand shoalders, t Ihte landii, per Flalbhat. Foraala by G IlillSEY, mnay 28 41 New I.evee O-.SALE-2ii hales first qualty Nrtlirnt Ilnv, - tlaonliag fiti Pit'hkeat saii Alalllaiia. Ajply it ils Chpintai on bonrd. ole tier bhll,n tla Vegtauie Manr ke. may 28 r110 ItENT'P--'i'le dwealiile tUat of the Ira liaalitory briak Ililse N.li. I0 Tchari llitual-ln attreel. Pos. aeruiot igen on Ihe 'J9th Juile. Apirly tr Ii I' ICKE TT, Cartp 9treelt, nirt Juli,---tr may8 No. 13 Ex'llalcn 'iie.vv rall tiN BatE1ILAý-Si start, toa h -am I lr i., gl elleral tfor lnPo l Of dnlu l n and G ing nMn !las Unt, ll ld P.,ralrila, neW ailld linaiilahblh slyle., landing nfrn lrim Wmn. lenrv, fr, .'r by myfi I BRIFIIlE &L Co,'134 tMaenanitr ai MA (l T!l ti- f lai.irge j-nrrt t -atdre d iaad 4or - ' -' SIiALL S. Il6((1l NV 'ar i96 ililaga.zn ti 8TATE OF LOUISIANA.-Cty of Now Or. loana.-Be it kndwn that thni day before me, Joseph Benzakin Marks, a notary public, in and for the city and pa-ish of New Orleans, State of eLouisina, aforesaid duty commissioned and sworn, Personally came and appeared Messrs John Ste. vanson Walton-John Hall and Archibald Brown Bein, Carpenters, transacting Imhinese under the style and firm of J Hall & A II Bein-Benjamin Ilarrod and John Hughes, Carpenters, transacting business under bthe style and firm of Harrod & Ilughes-John Thomas Osborne, Mark Thomas, Freeman Annable, Joseph Wilder Davis, S.muel Morrison, and Daniel Babcock Clarke, all residents of this city, who declared. That in conformity with an act of the Legisla.' tare of this State, approved on the thirteenth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty.seven, eutitled " An act to authorise limited or anonymous part. nerships, and to regulate the same," t ey, the said appoarers, have agreed, and do by threse presents agree to enter the following lihmted or anonymous partnership, under the clause and conditions fol lowing to wit: Art. 1. That the name, and style, under which said partnership is to be conducted, shall be, - The Phoenix Tow Boat Company," and that the place where said company is to be located, shall be in the city of Now Oreians. Art. .. That the description or kind of business L or industry, to be carried on under said style, by the dir etors shall be to establish and continue to run one or more tow boats, for the towing of yes. sels, rendering assistance, corrying freight and pas. seangers, adc any other business which may be lawful for tow boats to perform. Art. 3. Thatthe amount of the capital of said company, shall co one hundred thousand dollars eacil, andl payable in cash. Art. 4. That the names of the partners, and the amount each partner has contributed, is as fol. lows : SSaiat John Stephenson Wallon, eighteen hundred and thirty five shares; said J Hall and A B Bein, sixty one shares ; said Harrod & lugheis, forty one shares; said John Thomas Osborne, thitteen shares; said Mark Thomas, ten shares ; said Freeman An. nable, ten shares; said John Wilder Davis, ten slares ; saic Samuel Morrison, ten shares ; and Daniel Babcock Clarke, ten shares. Art. 5. That this partnership shall commenee froan the latoe her of, and the samne shall terminate its operations and wind up its concerns on the thlirteeth of Juno, eighteen hundred and forty. three. Art. h. That there shalll be three directors to transact tihe business of said company. and admin. ater its concerts. Art. 7. That the powers with which said directors e shall Ie vested, shall be to elect fiom amongst tl emselves, th ir own presadent, and fill a I vacan. cmts, and a majority of whom shall have and are I hereby invested with full power to receive and pay all monies, and to do and cause to be done all that is requisite to the conducting of the business of said company-and the presideas by and with the consent of a majority os the directors, is empower. ed to issno the note or notes of said company, fr all demands, purchases or contracts on behalf of said company, eountarsigned by at least one of the directors. Art. 8. That the time of duration of the service a of said directors shall Ilo for one year ; sad that an e:leetion for thmeme shall be held on the first Mlon. day of July, ofenacl aRd every year dluring the ca. Sitence of thin partnership. Art. 9. T'liat when said company shall have ar. - rived at the period when it is to expire, all the con Scecrno and atfitrs of the same, shall be wound up iond liqu dated by such directors as may be in ofice at the time. r Art. 10. That the powers to be exaroised by the t Directors intrusted with said liquaidation, shall be as u follows, to wit :-To receive su bi sum or nsums, as Smay Im due to the company, and give acquittance or acquittances therefor, and to sell the property of said company, either at private sale or public auctionpon such termsi and conditions as to them may see fit and advisable, and to pay the debt of nsaid company. Art. 11. That the dividends of the clear profits, afltr paying a!l chargol and expenditures of the company, shall be declared anid paid Lt the stock. haullers, on the first Monday in July of each anid every year during the existence of this partnership first rcserving ten per cent. of the profits for con. tineoneiea. tiangeoina. Art. 12. That at a general meeting oflthe atock. holders, all rules and regulations as regards tile number of nlote eachl stockholder shall give, and any other matter relative to the welfire of the conm. piny, not contrary to the foregoing compact, shnll be lltered into, and tile rules and regulations afore. said, shall be denominated thie ie By. Laws of tlhe Phoenix 'Tow Boat Canompany," and they shall be bindinlig onn the said stockholdera and the.r reepee. live lhears. I)oe and pasIed, in my offie, in tile city of New Oileansn, af lreseid, in presence of Da)niel J ltienldo cand iV Ilaeaurdl, witnessesl l lawlvfil agC anild domi iliated inll this city, who herrcnllo sign their Ilnanis, iLngether with sIcIih uapinparer nnd me, tihe said notary, tins let day of Aipr I, 1IN39. Originnal signed. John S \VWalton, Josleph W Davis, It Halrrod, l) II ('lark., S ilorrisomn, F. An inihle, i, I .Iintn I|lInn p s, .John 'I' ((lborni Marh 'J'Tihimnai, John HIall, JV llasard, I1) J Ili card", J II Marks, not. pub. I cnrtfy tile fornegning to be a rue ropy of thle orignl.il act cxtant in mny current register ; in faithi whereofl, I graint thesl prescnlts under miy nirna. taire ndll nal ofoýn ice, at Nlw Orleinan, this 22d1 of April, 1839. *'JO38. B. MAllKS, not. pub. api 29 it I ' Inn b .nein en , nr~ r , el , I, ' , or. i : I ti (i ellI latner i nlvnnnnvud to le th ci n iarkn) v hic nnnn kenn oni tilhn Aiclllhllallt I.AiniAg. Ani Ilersn hin iogl ie sve Ahyii n hy & llhno.i, InLre T it c nl ire lad. nlnavI *linv S _I (CI'NN'. rOAttF ithA n--ali iket. .4, in visatie sihlo y i lTint I Sr, l L & i lt, iWN, t in Mpigvine en • ýTIII-KEY--iOO inrrenla retnified wniiiken inn stoire IEf ior hale by m(i irtla.i'iYy tIll0 .4 New I. vrre W INSIiIOV GIAS --62l0 Iioxe Englihli crown Si Wnieor glAss, recPivin RAiL filr e inall b m22 It CI.ANIN, 12 Caepuy oi LUUISIANA WARE ROO1M, niry It I.\o. 53, lllevlLLLL-sT. NW li.l.rA s CA I(Ot L LTUN lInHTEL. Al A. i.AUI)F le Ila h tl a i in inieta hi- ,a Jll i - th blllic: ill el. rr rl, t I t Ills Ia ltadls" ilt! ient ant t;arrollton, wicre hit Iri.l hvinc ail nn stle the. ia;ll-. el is old friends anid ill overs of god, i,l: r. l'lte Im0nrtiias willo Ibiantei pran lilnnd I. ory ni n ill In ne "ie ni lin elnani t l. Ile in wilhugrollt i. I 2 ai e dl aIhe corner oaln IrnlVh, raid CIoIIn illn i.tn ills conLigiiyv Io thie Exclanllge lhtcl Ii=kei icar i',au itg hoin ea. It will ne let tuill htn l+t of Nult lelmber. IloIhw ienr, wilt file privilege el i leiie uni ll ltnrmS on ie tle.Red imllnln. llly Il lw JAAII.S CAHLDW1I.Il. OlTFICF' I'PTHE l.MISSISIPI'PI MARINE ANl) FlltE INUIlUANCE COMPANY. Necw rleani, 4lay ?0, 1239. I1I -E Stncikhlhers of 7his eInsituinni are I el'sbv 1 nioli..diand rcqu red to Ilay ill, an in nelalnnii if thirty dolllanrs oniali esaIP, oil or belore the 2Iat of Jne rnext, at line Coanliau) 'o offien. Ily order of thie lorard. IIENRY I.OCKETT, c20 Iim PPesidene, pro lent cFl(iCE, InnAITUIIAItf.AIIN tAIL ItOA II CU. Nrew OrleanlSi -d May. 1339. .OTICE--By a IResoalution of thie naird oeldiretnore l olithis Company, paissed on tie 321st, ihe Iprice nl tickels on thie road has been renduced to o Icinw , five ceis. J It LEIFE, i2 2 Secretary. %, IIIaSKEY--lli brie lindinllg froen uleamnnLnat V Culanlbnse, for sale by n11'4 G DOiISEY,44 New Levee ]AILt3--19l kege assnirtd sizese recerivig faolni Philadelphin per brig L'OiiPnl.t, for aile Iy mn7 SHAI.L & IItltiWN, 96 ltncanillnr t tItlie A'l.II.A. ALiIA.iC lad Iteiiuailyatl I Usefnl Knowledge, fir tile vear 1839, rreeived inlld fir nale by DAVID) FELTI & Cno, nay 18 24 Clilnrtre ait l DiE JUICE. landing fain HaVenlla in calk, liar I'. rela.and drenijehniarai oilai y S II BIONNABEt, lmay 18 Cnr Nlilchez &L hl'chnitlllnln i ts .LI ANI'i--An invoice of suaerinlr BralldlI, viltuge 11of 1820, for sale by MHALL & BIOWVN, may I 96h Magazine at 3 O'1P-23i boar , 3alnllinll'a Inrund, lor m Tl hy k% may 1 SIIALL & BIIOWN, iii Magazlneal I beIE -1000'llnninauaclllion bine, lalullnir and for A sale by S . J P WAITFEY, Inny I 73 Catap (i iE a'-ln hall barrels et tle inalteep n ,l fir aal..bv G DORSFY. m.i i 41 iew Livee (1 Id 1EN'I'--:tI berrrel of Crelnent, landing fmln / s hip Ynnlln will be ld lino ilf takeln finle tie Lreer. Apply to J.IEIS B. IIUI.I.EN, anly .it 74 Camlp t. E TA' Dt. LA LOUIBIANE--Vila dl In n ounvelle OrdIns,'devat mei Joseph BDnms. oen Moks,'notiro publie, done et iour is cill ot paroeies de Ia nonotle Orlean Elast de Is L.uir. one, dueresnt appointl ei jugr6 . Ont personnelllonn ' iceoipan' 'Mealeara John Stephenson Walton, John Hall t Ar.hibald Brown Bien, colleg.ies ndgoolnt louirs ufkiri t ,itre et forme do J. flallet A. B. Bein-Bde jin f I Her.b rdd st Joan Hughes colleguen hooeloan(learU,. afftirea sose litre st formo do Iarrold at Hi.'ghee -John Thomas Osborne, Mark Tihomeas, Freeutan Arnablr, Joseph Wilder Davis, Samuel Morrison, st Daniel Babcock Clark residente en ettl villa qui deelarrnt, Quo cenformbment h un neto do Ia LE4gilature do cot Etat, approuvd Io treize Mars mil halt Sint trntoe sept, intituld on acto *, pour autorisei le as. aceiations limild on anonyme et les rdglor," oeux lee dits tdmoina ont convenus eut falts par oeo pro. seos convient oantrer la suivanto aesociation, lim. itde on anonvioe seas Icl clauses et conditions qul suivent elvoir. Art. 1. Que le nom, titre et style sos lequel cette compagnio sere conduits, sra La Corm. pagnie de remorque Phoenix," et la place de sette Compagnie, sera dan Ville do Ia Nouvelle Or. Art. 2. Qua Is description ou I'spice doeaar. faires ao industrie, dire conduies sous In dite style par lee disecteurs, sera d'6lablir et continuer counrir mn on deux bateaux de Remorque ponr se remor. quant des Vaisseanu, aidant, at porteant fet on pas. sager et quelquo autrs affaire qui serait juste pour lee batenux de remorque a executer. Art. 3. Que le montant du capital de sette com. pagnii sera cent mille piastres, divid eu none mills actions do cent piastres chaque et payable camp. tlant. Art. 4. Queles nomedes actionairs et Is ppn.. tent qua chaque actlosnair It contritsd eat memo suit : A dit John Stephenson Watson, halt tent trents actions; a J. Hall et A. B. Beain, soisanto at n actions ; f Harrod et Hughes, quarale at on ase. lions ; i Thomas Osborne treiae actions; I Mark Thomas, dix actions; a Joseph Wilder Davis, diq actions; • Daniel Babcock Clarke, dix ae. tions. Art. 5. Que cells compagnle eommenueer de sette date, at terminmrn les operations le trants slin mil huit cent quarrante trois. Art. 6 Qu'ily tsrI trao directonurs pour eons tractor leo atlfres do Is die coompagnie el admin. istrer sea ini6rets. Art. 7. Quo lea peovoirs deont sera vtu lee di. reetears, sara d'dlire parmi es un Prdsident, et de remilir toutes places vocantee, at dent Is majo. ritEd ura eat t etou are pouvoir de roseroir et do pay r toutes mennois, et fair.e I oauer a Eto fait tout qui eat requi • le coaduisant le s .ltires, de li dire compagnio ; t Ise Prdidet par et ayes Ie cos. sent do oI majoritl des direoleurs, eat outorind de donner Io pronmeso de Is dite compagnie, pour louste lea demandea, achate, on ceontlas, sor lo part de Is dite compagnie eentrdsignd par au meins un des dirccteuro. Art. 8. Qua Is derE du service des dite dire. teaours ser on an, et qu'une election pour Ie mime sere teauo Is proeier lundi de Joillet de chaque onndo pendant I'existence do etallosrpagnls. Art. 9. Qua quand ctlst compagie nsea ar. rivE soa termo de son expiration tootes la. saffires soront I quiddes par lea directs. rs en office on eat temps. Art. 10. Quon i pouvolr dent seront vCtos lae directours colllid avoc Is dito liqutidation era corn. me suit savoir : do recovnir totels somea quo dure Ia elunlpagnoe ot duneer qulttonnse poor I} nunse, St do vendre Is propriidu do it dite cmpelgnio an vente privde on poblqua comma veient propres et uviusable les dirocterar ot do payer Soutes les d6. ponses de Ia conrpaigis. Art. 11. Quo lea dividendes de profits apro cvoir pay6 toutes charged et d6pendos de Is laue pagnie serent d6clar.s elt psy&s e lea sctionnairom lo proemlior Lundi de Juillet de llinques non6 pen. dant I'existerce do cette compagnie pomitireement reservant dix I our cast des prots poor les easual. itfs. Art. 1t. Qu'a unonelection gd66rale des action. naires toutes le rEgles st regulations a 1'egard du nolmbres des votes qua chaques ctionnairs devra donner, etquelque autro chose relatia eIs bien. tire do Is compagniao eront considdrd et lee rdgleo et regulations avant dit stin denomines lo8s a par, lois de Is complgllie d remorque Phoenix," it Ia imoon sora obligatoire ser leg dits astiounaires et leaur hlritiero. Fait at pa:lron mton 6tlao done Is villo de In Nouvelle Orldans, on le pr6sence do Daniel 3. Ricardo, et J. W. lHasard. ldmoins diage requis et domeuranto s dsan cotes villa qui apposent louro signsatres enaenmble,, ave lIss dit Itlnoins et raoi. sle it notaire, se i reml.'reo Avril mil hluilcetl trontr Original signd, John S. Walton, Joseph W. Da. via, B Illrrod. I. I. C.larks, S. Moarison, Anna ble, A. I Ilenin, John linogage, John T. Osborn,. Mark 'lT'hnlae, John Hall, J. h.eatrd, D. J. Ilicar. da, J,,.ephI, It. Mark., nt. plh. Je curlific quloe eci eot euo rain copioa lo l'origai. snl ntts extanit on lin r gistre; on etlo fois j'ahcordo ceas pre.. ni oles Inn signatlre et In seall d tilon aiico, lat Nouvllo .rlo6mtt, Ic 22 AvrIl. la29 JOS. I. MARKS, Noi. Pub. _ 29 JOS. B. MARKS, Net. Pub. FUIRNl'I'IT tE! FURINITUltErl UJIT r1c',1' is,,l al t Ie l.ousni,,n Furniture Ware Iooese, a ilarge olnply flau New )'irk and Bloa or. I'ersnll ill Ile wanl at l lrniore wolild do cell ito nll, intd eletr iheir nrlicles from one iof thI best and largest Ituckis now in the city. It CA RNES, dli 53 iianville - N B--Particnlar attenion paid to packing and ship ing Furilture, freep oflopnne. di-2w N Ekll'U',\It,.ANI) UOIi;--Mliaing since Monday the I: th insltnt, a N lewfunln.lml I)cg. wamned CoptGeine--llu i. ol a Brindl ecor, nd wellkn Llwo a the pr-Iprty .f lle subscribhers. A liberal reoard will bhT gTiv,', for his detlivery to DOYLE & MAY, 3 Carolndlet at IIVANCES-The, , bscriber as heonly, and en. clusivly. anulhorired agent, by t)1e ItuoeofMeae. Vildes., Pickercgill & C.. f I iverpoul, (in whlich thea opulentl irn of isdiehls lirollteto are palihera,) is ready i slnake advsanc'e llcnsignlatlla inte t d.ireso or Wite,, 'icikerogill & Co. SM'L. WRIGIIIT, 1i,'--li "58 Canal at P'ItAIRIE COTTAGE' SItOC'PO)IR presentsl in lbest enmplimetlt to his F rflo.da, lte ptblic ol New Orleans, and to all stralltlg'r w illt I hIV e pasing a few days in the .iyty, and informs themt'that ht 'ill be eadyt nt, a fe'w Jav tt rl-tivt Ihett at thatn pleasant rereeat, he P K A I Rt 1 E C OTIT A (i I,a situated o the Lake sitre. Persons travellitg either from Springlilld, Dt naldsonvalle, or Madiasonille, or the eitl, cn tltere leett with good llteer--fine ntommnodtntiun and ttllte attention-and all parties .y way of the N.shvillo IRailrmd can ite ser ved in a private uad ipleasant rtom, Ly giving one day's notice of thbeir itantalon io nle. Thil piro ricor doubts not that inhlietlenla for a vi lit will be found it the adventtges Itte Cottage pre. saits to the invalidl, and thtee wearied with the heat, dlst, nt baetls of Itle city. Tihe pore atd deliecious air constantly floting either from the Lake or the grenat prairie-the one refreshing and the other hmaded whil afrugrtne, will ever give ntaingcld delight i the wan. derer in searclh either ofheahtt or pla.u.e. F. Proctor appeals theiefore with confidene to s patronage of Iloe who klHow Iris metilod of serving hia friends, and double lit that nmost asrangers visiting the cily will honor his, with a cail. le iltends nmaking I'rairie 'oltte ole of the tmot neeetable places of en sonrt in ti neighborhood tfthnttiy. The proprietor guarantees that his winetlitglors &c. ,Fc. shall It oflhe nemt ehtie natore : at pine same lilu. will devote his attention to piocnre all tole aI lit delicacies and viands of the season for his tI. stil-3-n B ANK N8 l C r NAPEI-Jn.t racetared an ll llu . of banik note I plr eoflAnies ,nnnfaetItre,t and for male ty A A t LEX l'tc1h it, m2t 49 nCampa rest 1 X('IIAN( E ONl B'OS'i trtt at -,nh'. fr 'ale 'y ,4 ,2l A 'I'IIlIR, 31 Gravier st at lt --.c,,,ortolte delltg house in 'aront In 2l1 3 rondelertas at -nWLOUK--AK6 brie sandite tlrt flat bovt, for sale by tol lt) 5R,5EV, 44 New Levee ,IJi'M.bltlIt-, IINb.h, nitd IEI'tiA X-Irma Iavanln ,lforsalehby IH lttNNABIEI.. omay 18 Cti r Naltchez and Tclnpiatnlus sla ,I AItBLE DUi.'l', for maTki.Esog water and oil l vitriol, received lolty and for as;le i. H lIONNABEL. may18 Cor Natehez aotd Tehapiltulas emi -illlSK .Y-Ibarrela landing from stoeam boat Colaneire, fur sale ty t13l G DLORSEY, 44 New I.ere WRL lt.'lr i _INK--Jtil receivedt froi bhrqtn SChantieleer a lare invoice of Johnsaon and I u. rant's news, hook, ndjob ink and 'ior sale iby s22 A TOWA R, 49 ('anp m rlIJ DIECIIAIC --l-t omectoanin'a caecafator, canmpreannding principles, ules sond tablesa in Iho vanrions departments of ntithtnnatteas nd iteehanllir. naeful to Mfillwrighl'a, aniner. andi Artisns in gone. rel, by WVilliam Green, et it engiaeer. Itt Anmerblca. Iroam die 5t h ilasgow edition. Revel, ed thil day tnd fir sIte bIy ALEX. T'OWAR, ) O 419 (satop le I~'XCtlANGiE ON BOST'OtN-fur oalae iy - Iar . I BItilIGE, 13 Mgnaloaints ADI'N COIRN-constantly an hand, nual ir sale ILly SHALL & BROW apl 16 9t; Magr at "TOl.AND (GIN--10 pipes llandln (:in, in slore I nod for aolae ba JTHIIAYFR & eo ,o3 74 Ptyd'aa it W l.lITING PAPEIE -A lartr,'and goeneral asesor tttenttfwriting liper, ruled anm I-.li,., fir tals on advantageoustermo. ALEX iT()WAl, many 30 43 mpe N.T..V PAPEK-Jusli received a fine sstlonetit -f I news priltilg paper, ofall the varioas ames tried hr tiae city arid ct uniiy pEp.are, ant fornate Iy ity 30 ALEX TI)WAR, 49 ('atp at PIRA--60 clheats atthong tanol-po-tahnn, landin g r1 i,m schr Splendid, from Btneton, fir nm'e-r ap 17 A TIRIF:R, 34 Grmvier Ft A CARD. I OBINSON & GOODWIN, (f8 Clartrea tar.eei) I rapeeletullc ilour illt tir friends and te iublie Leherallv.tht, E Gad 'in.,ofihe ahove firm, will lear. er New York shoul the IloflJntt. 'Pl'.y invite telse ahlo mlOr wi.st gfrtoraio utaln iii tlwir rtt.taattru to sall tnd leaea their orders pie' ioua to hIt liulit., may 13

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