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Boston Morning Post (Newspaper) - March 23, 1839, Boston, Massachusetts Boston mount no Post. Sat i Day March 23, 183 1 p k m of ratio n of i n a 110 n fourth District 1i0n. We. Parminter. on Movi a ankh first democratic St air democratic m to i the j,<gi.l&iid�1 a a ,.i i Quot a a convention Ift the a five Naif ii i 1 1 state Hotie m tile City of b ton Ltd to i i Psi a \ evening March 2<> n. To 7 a a clock i it a the a a making St ate Noto nation Quot or Cadi i top Glt a pc i nor Lieut Critor to be a Tippo to 1 the Dorn a Era sic part at the next state Klec Toft Imo is not represent i in the lost aim tire Are invited to Send a Many do it its to they Are Enott Lcarl to representatives in the general court. Or order of a con Mutee of the legislature. March 21, 1839 i.eg1si Active Rilo keepings. Before the Deh it on the License Lull commenced i the St i a r i or Winthrop called the attention of the House to a paragraph in one of the morning papers the Post indirectly Char gig him a a Ith Pai Taluy to a tier Tsion made by him on i Hurst Lay i he circumstances of that decision were these or Bakki new Bedford Hail moved an amendment to the Hill then or Hinckley of Barnstable move Dan amendment to the amendment and to this second amendment or picker of Otis moved Anothny amendment. This third last amendment the chair had ruled to be out of order and the t Ole i id Down in the manual for such occasions was perfectly distinct i stated that an amendment to an amendment to a Bill might be put but that As tins Rule it applied to any amendment would cause Eon Liston it had been established by Universal Cus of that to j should be canted no further than the amendment to the first amendment the speaker read the Rule in Jefferson a manual a 33, p. 87, is which w As perfects j 1\ Clear and said that it any blame was 10 be Ai cached to him for his decision it must be shared with the author of the manual. When the speaker resumed the chair Alt pm of Salem moved the reconsideration of the vote of thursday which reduced the minimum of three Gil ions m the first Section to one gallon. A Long and desultory debate ensued in which the member from new Bedford w to said he a legislated Lor a w tie and j thirteen children a received some personal iii s at the hands id or Thurston of Lancaster who was called to order by or bios of Springfield and chocked by the speaker. A division of the question was called Lor. And the yeas and nays ordered on the proposition 10 strikeout the words a a one gallon the question being taken the motion to re sons incr was carried in the Afifi Macvey Yea 22s nays 216�?majority twelve. The House then adjourned till the afternoon without entertaining and Mutton to substitute any Solhei Quantity. In the afternoon a a three Gallons a was substituted for the one a the question being taken by yeas and nays yeas 241�?nays, 207 the previous question was now called for but not sustained and it Packard of Cummington offered a very ion amendment which he read in a very inaudible tone. Or Stickney of Lynn opposed the Bill report d by the a a Compromise committee a As he called or big a and his colleagues and he made in animated speech in favor of the Law of 1838, which lie would have amended by inserting a prohibition against the Sale of wine in the same manner As ardent spirits Are prohibited by it. Messes Bliss and Kinsman spoke in reply to or Stickney. It Eliot of new Bedford Folio wed on the same Side but to consequence of the hip manifested by Ike House he gave w a to a motion to adjourn. Middlesex time is near at hand w Hen j the democracy of Middlesex must once More buckle on their Armor for a contest to secure a member of j Congress from District no. 4 cheered on by the result of the last struggle they will come to the Field with Stout hearts Aud Strong hands let Energy Union vigilance govern their action and a to i mph is sure. Never let to be forgotten that we to Ham Sarinen or wanted Only forty two votes to give him the election the w Hig honorable Only about fit j teen Hundred. Our opponents value the importance of the election As it deserves. The a respectable daily has at length rolled open us eyes Biko a second Daniel come to judgement it has delivered itself of the Fol j lowing Pinion a a during the recent disastrous period of commercial embarrassment and stagnation of business there j appeared throughout the 4th congressional District almost an unanimous opinion that air Parmenter could not be again the representative of Middlesex District a almost an unanimous opinion on what grounds we should like to know was a this unanimous opinion formed 1 but this is so ridiculous an assertion that it hardly deserves a passing remark. Our Costein Horary How Ever has Faith in the late Concord convention. I his is to set matters completely to rights it we Are correctly informed tins said convention was sorry business for the whigs they went there very valiant but Cornu away very crus try timy endeavoured to devise ways and neans to tack on the abolition forces under the Federal Banner they found however in this matter rebellious spirits that would not a Down Quot at the hid diag of the whig managers. Besides old federalism plied us own Nathan Brooks w As too staunch a Blue Light to be Given up for a so Gand it held on to the skirts of his garments with a tenacity with such of the whig worthies a profess to live and desire to die in the Faith of the Hartford convention politics we Here cordially agree w Ith our neighbor of the a respectable daily a undoubtedly Nathan books a popular the result of the convention shows this conclusively the candidates for the Honor of being beat at the next trial were thick and Rich. The honorable convention to a them up one by one and examined them with a the keen sightedness of whig availability but jul the old candidate who had borne the Brunt of the Bathe tor three campaigns and at every Campaign has had the glory of advancing backwards in regular progression stood his ground Well. The fact is Nathan Rooks is a 1 Dwyer. And the whigs be this hugely and he is of til. Regular is federalist stamp and they Hue this better still us they determined to put up Brooks for All regular firing and the other candidates for All random shots recommend to Quot by i is that All old whigs and Young whig the next \ should do As the old jews did when the h in to reign Over them each one should do what eth to him fit in his own eyes Ltd much t Concord county convention of March 18 y let the democracy of Middlesex to the it a �1 the first Day of april nex., and the Democrat Senu Nve is chosen by a handsome majority and gentlemanly bearing on the flour of c. Ingres has gamed for him Golden opinions even from it enemies j the party Calomme at Home made to feat his elects n. Are nailed to the Wail As i tse com the result of the last election s that they Alre t recoil on their authurs with a vengeance i u race is thai tit How. Wit. 1a Pash enter Kun enjoys the in Mill i shed a my pee or mis Coitt Pinta in c g Greene Means to inv that the attempt of i the let Teoforo leaders of oui Home of Quot representatives to c i �1 of i Buckingham s Rouen it ment a Rux a a by Lay my them it it a the table v As not a ont a 11-e a .1 the meeting wlm h in i a a Knou bulged they held i n t a p it Viens evening he is Eris w hat nine tenths a of the Tommu mtg believe a a be. A falsehood and w Iai will t of t e credited without stronger Proni than a i i word Salt gait tit. Or Par tin thing m Assacl i its legislature. A Senati a a Friday March 22 a Bills in sed Tobe in ted a authorising build a Wall in 1 i the la in Hite Vav u h pc is Llast so Tel v voir i a tie it it t Amon it Ifill i Virnal a. B Nye and Ano lot m Chester to increase the Capila n co to incorporate the is in Vvs Abbazio the Sutlon re scr i Dente i. On the floor of Rie House that he a kind concerted Ai the meeting a a telex red 10 by the g a the and in hns no by Ltd Cut or it Iby e be r v one present al meeting i he Gay Eite arc ked or t of a a Bra in and a Uri a con false Houd Lor Ute ring ibis Dentai and yet it not and cannot produce a Wilile of Evidente to Mist am is to Amo is actuation no artist Htiu i such in lire con Luct old ilex quote a member of governor Over a to la Sci it uned of the Hono Taue Caleb of a a Ite editor of the Salem it i �7.�tte Why Ubai a poor de Vii of Are Aiebi vote Are set arcely i for be Avenger to Ihu a a Cound c barn ber and the governor Wal Kiok a a a to Dow n Storrs tit of Ilies mornings Fri not kind big the lire . From the East. I Orre a silence of the to a ton Morin big Post. Augusta March 21, 1839. The resolutions m relation to the Boundary w hich passed the House yesterday were taken up and amended in the Senate this Forenoon. The resold lion respecting nil arbiter w As stricken out and the whole Are in a More satisfactory form. It is said and what a pity that the resolves As passed by the House do not meet the countenance of i ill Baptist m City in by Mon i Man to but a a w hat i in he sch to me pirate the Maidens a a a. Of the m Church i Ante Bury. Pas Eil for the payment of pauper to ii the pret it ion of Nelson Wilcox. Reported to al Horitz e. Burgess and others general Scott. He apprehends it is said that they will offend the sensitiveness of sir John Harvey. We Hope not. Twenty four pieces of artillery arrived at the Arsi n in in this town ordered by direction of the u s. T a lab 1 Noti would not have turn elected a member of the t hmm d plus year if there had not been a Tad i it i i Between Salem am Boston for he does not know enough to in i the Way up on the turn do. Wanted a Small Kitten warranty d nut to scratch for Caleb to play with when he not doing choirs for the governor. Apply at the Council chamber. In in title an excitement was caused Here yesterday by in announcement in the Boston Post the it a Christ Church in Springfield deputation irom the Boston a b u s. W Ould pass the of tote Commonwealth came j through the Bilyj on their Way to n. Vinik Nuil Niu i the lol Louing message lion governor a but the Short notice prevented the Marine artillery j to the Senate and House of representatives from turning out to do Honor to the occasion. The j i h in Smit to the two houses a copy of a letter re i court proved unfounded however. My has led to the a lived Yuste Luv Frenn dts excellency the governor opinion Here that the in Osl is not the Organ of that olm line of the ntst., enclosing a copy of the to t a that t to set Mer soft j relating up 41 e Powers of county a Uii tii Lom t to exe Ranjit certain article a from attachment to repeal the Chan r of the City Bank the Lowell tid the Farmers and Mec Haftev bal. Of no title a 1 i s on motion of i liniment ordered that the jus to a so tie supreme Jud Octif Cut a Urt be requested to return to the legislate of Tow question hhbn.tt4yd a them i it Van order of the 21-t inst concerning the right of representation w in u order was afterwards Laid on the table. In the lion Quot remonstrances presented of panic Richardson Ngn inst a petition of Michael i . In of me Intel Howe and 10 others against n petition of the Boston and Worcester Railroad. Bills reported a Bill to further addition to an act to Aid the construction of the Eastern Railroad to addition to an Quot 10 my t he construction of the Andover and Haverhill Railroad. The consideration of the report on the amendments of the Constitution was assigned in a tuesday at 11 a m. Resolve passed authorizing the payment of sheriff. Printers and other accounts. Bills passed to be enacted to authorize to first congregational so a piety in Dennis to sell land join a a a a Poreau the wardens vestry and proprietors of j Bri Sappho. Wear Otto Hamia it to to Bractt her tip a brim St John no. Brech Mary Kif cats la bake a Var Nouth is. St i t Bith Uvrl to Wilna Inion no. Sett Caledonia Emer of emt putt. Sci Zutl bar Turtte Portland. Signal fur a a hip. Cleared. Ship put Omar Whit hark Nile in tag a Nna h u Straw a co Talent , St Jaax by to it Riff act al. In Jones Halifax t Trein Latt Havre Carpenter a Jonah Blake a Burk sch Dant Francis Small Aux Cayee a la mar behead n f Frothingham Industry by tits Simpson Hali fax Thayer a Bates in a a. Curtis Washington. N a Cam Bridge Wakeman n York Elizabeth Leavitt Sato George , Portland Marv Ann Harrington Thow Iamon planet Bath Augusta Jano Portsmouth medium Gate Plymouth. 1 Holmes Hole March �?~21-Arrsch Bethel Eldridge from he hmong for Salem. To Wirt at noon Echo Amanda Ophelia pm St Mary a Ca for Boann Palestine pm new Orleans for do Rebecca and Botha. Illus runs body. The above is from the of evidence Buli Nai the editor of which is a Little too Quick on the Lugger on this Occasia it. E said not a word about our deputation passing a a through the City of Providence. We said Sun Brethren were going to new void in the Richmond and a they did go is per Post of thursday. The a chairman id the committee on Charity lecture 1 a oils one of the deputation and perhaps in lie should return to Boston via Providence he of the journal and ins Frew band would have the a contribution Box get Ceteras o. K All Correct a and cause the corks to Fly like Sparks upward. Forgeries. We learn that a Large number of forge Rit a amounting to several thousands of dollars were detected yesterday at the Banks in this town the resolutions of the legislature of that state appropriating the sum of 8 10,000 or the opening of a Toad from Huoston to the Aroostook River and requesting a like approx Trotton on the Pari of Massachusetts. Edward Everett. Council chamber 22d March 1h39. This message was read referred to the committee it it a Public lands. The House then Proem ded to the consideration of the License Bill and on motion of or Chase of Salem the vote whereby the House yesterday refused 10 Trike out the word one was reconsidered and the question then recurring on sinking out one and inserting three it was divided and taken by yeas and nays and the first part thereof decided in the affirmative yeas 228, nays 216, but without taking the question the House adjourned. passed to be enacted to Aid the cons met ion of the Western Railroad. Sundry papers from the Senate were acted on. The House proceeded to the orders of the Day and perpetrator a Young Man of respectable connections 1 resumed i to consideration of the Bill concerning the who has hitherto sustained an irreproachable a e spirituous liquors. The second Branch of the character left Here several Days since and was last fat be lion i a Quot �1 a he last adjournment namely on seen to new York on his Way . Bedford Mercury. Hampden Hampden Post of tie 20th instant says a the town elections in tins county so far is we have received returns have resulted favourably to the demo ratio cause. Granville and Mouson to o Federal towns last autumn have we elected democratic town officers this Spring by very decided majorities. Tills is highly encouraging. Let other towns follow the example Palmer and Westfield 9��?o�� and forcible a Ilea. The committee will us the of insertion of the word a three in the Blanks in the proviso of the first Section and the 8th line of the second Section was taken by yens and nays and decided in the affirmative 211 yeas and 207 nays or in Tenkley Barnstable Ihen moved to strikeout the proviso 1 the first Section and the 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th and 6th sections and pending this motion the House adjourned. Q 7dt Bartlett opened his Case before the legislative committee yesterday afternoon in a very Elo Mastain their Strong tit for tat a the Nashua Gazette one of the Best democratic papers we received contains the following Clever squib a a a a lie pc graph says n person was hailed out of Amherst jail to vote the democratic ticket. Indeed hat was the a whig a who was put there for participation in same affair bailed out for a the n us elected n. B Burden Moderator of thru town meeting at fall monday last. Tins is the Man who pretended to be a Democrat As la my As the democrats would Send turn to a a a Csc to vote a Amsl them again this morning at 8 0 clock. Messes Dexter and Sprague Are counsel for the medical society and or hah Cit for or Bartlett. E7 our series of a a sketches of our legislators a which have been suspended for a few a lays to make room for the proceedings in the House in relation to it the License Law will be resumed next week and Ron i tuned till the close of the session if that much do mree a event should not be postponed much beyond the Ith of july. The Fredericton Sentinel of March 16, has some decidedly warlike articles. Speaking of the state of affairs it says a a a meantime her majesty a forces will prevent the american militia from proceeding any farther upon the disputed territory than those Points which they now occupy and from which they will have to recede and retrace their Steps before the question of the Boundary can be entertained by the British it also says that a the general As we cell As the state government must abandon the position that has been assumed not Only with reference to the question of jurisdiction but As respects the determination contained in the act recently passed by Congress and insisted on by Maine that the Dis a ,cl1 Walller it unc muted territory forms part of that the Sentinel collects from a letter sent to the British Minster at Washington by sir John Harvey that is the intention of the Lieut. Governor to retain military Possession of that part of the disputed territory which will keep open the communication with Quebec and protect the settlement of Madawaska until further instructions shall be received from her majesty a government. In reference to the state of feeling in this country on the subject of the Boundary dispute the Sentinel says fact there is a decided and deadly animosity evinced by the citizens and we May add the authorities of the United states a however they May attempt to conceal it. Recent events when they shall have become known in great Brittain will satisfy the people of England of that fact and in whatever Point of View we consider the present posture of affairs there seems Little probability that War can be according to the Sentinel the number of regular troops which Are concentrating on the British Frontier Lor the purpose of carrying into effect thed Termi Natita of Lieut. Governor Harvey is 3000. The Halifax Nova Scotia of the 13th, is of opinion a a that the forces in Maine w ill either not be withdrawn at All or so leisurely As will leave plenty of time to prepare the line of March for a More Formi Dable armament at no Distant Foreith ports. At Canton not 12, a hip Canada Hicks a unc bark to tii Swift pm Caltab. Sim Oil 9, we Unity. Blime Norfolk sound Prev to 87th, Hriz Mermaid Fegte ton Manilla. At Paru 15th till Fri Roxana. Shaparis pm Salem unc. At Maranhas feb 3, brie Token Towne for Para 10 Daya to commence i , Luscomb Salem few Daya roared Cornine for Aale. Sailed pm Mara Emillea feb 1, Brig Padang new York Volu Palermo at Rio Janeiro. Feb 1, Berk Kent Steele for Boston Loor 12 at Vera Cruz 22d ult ship crate in pm new Orleans. Aldo Fitti Tiro s Kivo Dunn pm has Ana Mary new Orleans at Trinidad us inst brigs Alpine for Boiton log yeomen do Roon and others. At a Toyama 4th inst Sehr United states Curtis for n York big and others Saied Brig Granite hods Don and cd Gaulle Eldridge new York sailed pm a Yagues 3� int sch new York for new York. At Havana 9th inst Wiig Ventrola Cutter for Boston log hot it Ore a col. Thayer of Braintree did not Rise to a a Peak on the License Bill till five of clock yesterday afternoon a and Isnit that a wonder a or Brownsun set Couise to Morrow morn the masonic 1 to is Colstan re i ion. A a a on the first in aites foe try the oratorio of i Mihi Iliin a a so Uuie a la Murium Muni j p,/t.__the Nashville whig reports a Duel fought ing at the a Onu Temple. We Are told w be out near Moscow Fayette county tenn., a few Days since Between Andrew Jackson Donelson late private Secretary of sex president Jackson Henry Robinsons both slightly wounded. A a suffer Little Chat lorm to come unto , at Augusta geo., on the 17th ult., by the Rev s Gibson or Hiram Dill aged 14 to miss Margaret Ann Langley aged 13 years both of Greenville District South Carolina. Tc3rrefutation.�?�?oa card a Purposing to have Iteen a aued by the a proprietors of the new line opposition of Box Bury Omni Biisser a insinuates in the it Roovest manner that sundry citizens of this town went to the House of or Munroe the late proprietor of said Omni Tessea after the recent fire and gave a nine cheers in Token of their satisfaction that the prop erty of Iid proprietors had bean destroyed the directors of the Norfolk House feeling a deep interest in the Good conduct of or King the Lessee of their coaches and of All the persons employed by him and feeling also a proper Pride in the Good name of the town in which they reside which would to tarnished Fay such behaviour in the part of any of their follow citizens have instituted a strict inquiry into the facts of the Case and they Are Happy to he Able to Ray. That said insinuation or assertion if it was intended As such is entirely false. A Oxbury March 20, tp3�?Tj. Nih2l to a Fisher lenders his Sisters thanks to the firemen and citizens Gen rally of Roxbury and a Vicinity a also to the firemen of Boston for their prompt and a Lucienl Aid in rescuing ins property Iron destruction Lay fire on the night of the 7ih inst. Ami la no 0 in Ine company of Roxbury in particular for their valuable Aid alter the Llames were nearly subdued tnh2z Jtj in explanation of the notice signed by messes Carmichael. Fairbanks a Otis the subscriber would stale that he considered himself by or Carmichael whom vie has ascertained is absent at the South to use his name As lie has done anti which name was the Only one of tote Fum used by him. He expects on return to ire Able to confirm mis statement. The statements of the Engineer of the Eastern Railroad Ware made upon the subscribers representation to him. March a the. S. P. Belknap. D3�?murder trial of or Chauncey Nixon and or Arm Strong of Philadelphia Lor the murder of miss Eliza Sowers in producing abortion a pamphlet containing 40 Large Octavo pages covering All the particulars including suppressed evidence which has not appeared before. This remarkable document is for a ale at this office at 25 cents. Ruhl spoke. March 2, 30 Miles e of Sand key ship Charles pm n Orleans for Havre March 5, lat 26 14, ion 62 40, sch col Crockett 14 is Fin new York for Guayama. March Slat 36 45, ion 66j was seen a sch supposed tha Napoleon Ballard pm Frankfort for Matanzas. March 9 lat 29, Lou 62, Brig Ellon of Portland pm Wilmington for Guayama. March 9, lat 29 50, ion 79 20, sch Ontario from new York for Galveston. March 10, lat lat 23 40, ion 71 31, ship Columbiana pm Boston for new Orleans. March 11, lat 36 15, ion 68, Brig Lubec 2 Days pm n Haven for Porto Rico. March 12, or lat a. Ship a topic a Copia perhaps from new Orleans for Boston. March 16, no lat a. Bris an Lares Hatch of Waldoboro 44 hours pm new York for Cadis. Lat 26 45, ion 75 15, spoke sch Rienzi from Baltimore for Galveston. A d Ivy in the Wisdom and Genius of tha Irish charitable society a Annie Saiy Celebration burning the Les aleut in effigy . Particulars of the late Gale at St. Josephs Florida March 2.�?i he bark Charleston and the Biz Paw both loaded with Cotton As also a Schooner bound la it a Apalachicola All Lay without damage under Point St Joseph. Fudge q a ton of Batavia new York imprisoned 1 he ships l ingress and Uviah the latter nearly a Man one Day for clapping his hands in court on loaded with Colton the brigs Corinth and Ludwig a ,i, an i. , Blu out in into a a a a Quot a pronoun cd uninjured. At i a a clock a m the ship Lexington l t.7. 11 til parted her Best Bower Chain when she dragged Tath off a. inn woman on Shore at High tide to the South of the wha11 the announces the death of Gen. Elenzer w. Ripley at i a Yum Gonci Amu w 110�?T prof Edwrd do Sim a of Virsinia tide receded in a Short time leaving Iuar in about five his Plantation m that Parish on the 2d inst. Feet water. The Lexington had on Board about 206 tons of ballast Antija a bale., of Cotton having com c7 or Gamaliel March int formerly editor of men cd taking her Load the Day before. I he port the Gloucester Telegraph died at Goshen ind., on w aliens have examined her and they report no nut the 20lh ult he was a Tel Leiu and respect. Term i injury the principal item will be m getting her of which on being lightened it is thought can a a Hie Young gentleman and ins loss will be deeply be speedily done at the first High tide. Lament. The British bark Cygnet Pierce without being much injured except in her ornamental work can spirited Printer of a Western papered the Brig Independence Rich to run ashore and apologises Lor a Lack of original matter by stating much damaged. That his editor had been three weeks drunk. 1 he Lei a a my Leon urns have sustained no injury and a ill float off tins afternoon 1st March with the a or j. A Friedlander the principal of the in fhe Brig Independence is far upon the Beach and so Utu 11 a or the instruction of the Blind in Philadelphia died m that City on sunday last. To tar Boston musical Institute a meeting for re he it in on sunday even Ine next in the Temple to Coin men a at 7 of clock. A m h. Oakes Secretary. Mtn2 pens i Blanks for Sale i at the office of i ii morning Post married. In thin City by the Rev or Gray or Clark Brewer or. To mias Sarah j Dutton. Of titi May evening by the Rev or slow or Emilius s. Brown to m iss Eliza c. Sprague All of this City. On wednesday evening fast by the Rev or razors or Sawyer s Stone to miss Hannah Cape daughter of Andrew Ca pen Esq. By Tho or Rogers or John h. Badger to miss Eliza Bull at Bath me Rev a Rhian Mcmahon of Andover mass to miss Margaret Todd of b died. Arrivals clearances amp a. Salem. March 21�?Arr Bri criterion Richards Para 32. Portland 19th�? Arr sch citizen Camden for Charleston. Frankfort 17th�?ar Brig John Crosby Wheeler Trinity Marl. Feb 23, via St Thomas 2d inst. Sailed sch Rialto Parker Matanzas. Castine 16th�?Arr sch Choctaw Norton by a Ston. Providence 21st�?Arr a he eurotas so a Mobile 22. New York. 2nth�? Arr ship Margaret Scott Eldridge Mobile brigs Ville Napoli Nea of Messina Esker by Dun Dee c a dilute Hutchins Guayama Tahoka Leeds. Mayaguez Sehr Baltic. Hinckley Boston Convoy Crowell do Persever Range Dennis Eliza Hopper Thomaston. Old ships Samar aug Abbott Liverpool Braganza Bennett Mobile brigs Edwin cock Africa Gen Marion Harvey bar badge amp a Canonici Bigley Matanzas sch we Roscoe Meeker Boston. 21st�?Arr ship Alexander Mansfield Douglass s Atlantic 900 hols up and 200 spoil. Old hark Wahan Bartlett Trieste Rig Cayuga Baltimore new Hanover Savannah scars Sarah it Abigail Hudson St Johns River Flor Julia Pailin Gill Wilmington no Pago Bassett Boston. Philadelphia. 20th�?Arr Rig Virginia trader hot Telson Brig Ann amp Leah Booth lag Ayra Echo Compeer. Lincoln. Halifax i Atlantic do. Baltimore. 19th�?Arr Bri a Varn. Bacon Matanzas Sehr Andrew Adams Spronzi Guayama Brilliant French Frankfort. Below Bri Lewis Fin Rochelle and an Eastern Brig. Old Bri Mary. Gurtz. Guayama sch Mary a Usta tar ton port a prints sailed bark Baltimore Brig Tariff. Wilmington 14th�?Arr peruvian French Baltimore. Old i2th, Leroy Dodge Grenada 14th, Sarah Dillingham Boston i6th, brigs Thorn Thomas Cuba St Simons Packard Barbadoes. Charleston 15th�?Arr ship Corea Jackson Boston sch Nimrod. Baltimore in the offing ship Jupiter pm Portland. Savannah 15th�?Arr Bri Poland Gardner Havana scars Belle Howes Apalachicola wanderer new it Avlon greek Webber new Orleans Excel do. Old Sehr casket Ling new Orleans. Arr i3ih, sch Odeon Hallett Apalachicola Chariot Wiley Elizabeth City Emily Knight Hostner Camden Triumph Bennett Providence. St Augustine fell 27�?Arr Brig chieftain Houston Bel fast me. Via Charleston. Mobile 13th�? a ship Plato Tubbs Kingston j barks Oxford Robinson new York Aurora Werren Apalachicola sch Isabella Stevenson Galveston. 14th�?Arr ships Henry la eds Marshall liver pop it a Lynns agr Charleston John Baring Magna new York via Nassau hark Julia. Rea pro Donee brigs Constitution Fin Charleston Camilla. Smith new York Sehr Pearl Pierce Havana. Old bark Marengo Gillespie Glasgow shr we e Jester Fogg Havana. Apalachicola. 3d�?Arr Brig Rhine. New York sch Mentor new Orleans 6th, sch Olynthus Baltimore. Old Prev to 4th, scars Esqui Maux Harden Boston Megut Cook Mayo new York. New Orleans. 11th�?ar brigs Otranto Fowler Havana Energy Shannon Tobasco Harriet brine cd Nickerson Tampa Bay caucasian Vose St Johns Flor a Ehr lion Bradford. Pascagoula. Pm ship Victoria Snell Boston brigs Grid Turk. Varney new York ringleader Ca peachy sch Viola Lana Norfolk watchman Murray Rio Grande stoop Bedford Pope new bed for. 12th�?Arr ship Orleans. Sears new York Helena Dunning Liverpool bark Giraffe pm grand Gurfy sch Dusky Eldridge Havana Victoria Franklin la. Citi ship Tyrone Rosgo a Tampa Bay of Muggee Leavitt new York Manco Nickels Fork brigs Gan Cleft Delesdernier Tampa Bay chieftain Sears new York scars Ceres Boynton do Henry Lee Norton St Jago. Wanted an Intelli ent Middle aged american woman As one of the matrons of Tho House of correction South Button testimonials of it xxx character and Capri qty will be required. No one need apply who cannot give their undivided attention to the duties required of them. Further information May be Hall on application at the office of the overseers upper East room City Hail or to the master of the House at South Boston. Inh22 Sialoi mkt a improved pressure Suhs Riters have just received pressure lamp of a kind never before offered for Sale and which Are warranted to run at least six hours and Sive a Superior Light. They can be seen in operation every evening at the new House furnishing store no 29 tre mom Row. Harris amp Stan Wood. Mh22 i�2w boots boots boots �>000 prs mfg no la Alf and cowhide boots for Sale at to .50 and 5160 per pair by the Case for no at Wate Street by George Odiorne or nth22 Luis Cash at fet 22 eopis2m it Fig King eem it a the pre Lim though not materially injured from her of anti in Soutul condition is sea reely Worth Ifim expense to a getting Liei off. The Cygnet May be injured about the value of irom 300 to $360. The whole damage including tie total los of tin Independence ��11 not exceed $3100. It the vessels Luuri been a a proper distance from the wharf and each of her if is More than probable that the Lexington would have Boon the Only ship ashore the Independence left and Leonidas were All driven ashore by the trekking of the Anchor of the Cygnet. The Stirm for about an hour was More violent than any previous Gale at tins a the damage to the shipping was caused More by the a a Trent Force of the w ind rapidly changing from Southwest to Northwest than by the Waves late ill important from Meri Fife new Orleans slips bring us important Iniel Deuce from Mexico the Blu bade of the ports a St Mai Amoia Tampico loto la Marina and tuscan has been raised. Admiral Dunlin a addressed a etre uhf to All the consuls and v ice consuls at \ Era Cruz in which he says a a have the Honor sir to request of a a a to communicate to the captains of vessels of your nation the Assurance that no of smote a interposed to their to rde by the French Ert Imseis in that part of the Gulf of Mexico comprehended Between the River Ticolato an i the bar of Santiago North of the River Bravo. Shuhl a change of circumstances a a big a me to renew the bloc Katof on any Pirto the Quot coat it will be announced with the same Fot mamaies and delays As them in r a the Louo Iannino of March 12ih saw that the raising of the blockade of several of the mexican Purl b a x no doubt that the por s thus favored arc in the hands of Urrea and i party the line party is probably on the eve of gaining the upper hand in the struggle with Bosin Nente in win h Case there w ill be no obstacle to a pact ii action with France. Or Packenham minister ple Poun tary front eng a an had been authorized by the i a wish government to act As inter mediator in bringing about an Arnica ble adjustment Between Fiance and Mexico. To the overtures of this functionary ral ban do replied that he a a As w Illing to accept in it inter rn�1 Xirum a a. The same time explaining the Condi h in would consent to a pact Fie to City. A biter a Lou painful a lines miss a.i., Clapp it Lily a a a a a daughter of or clip. 16 Rovn win Var r. Is v o re f an and for la in the 19th inst son hit Collin daughter of James and Ruth rhe a a Quot Inu Curlik. No a Chatham Street. Coll i. 3 my and 15 Days. In the Iso inst. Or Eleanor Fortune 41 on the Isth mrs Amanda j. Dan Fonh wife of Thomas h. Danforth 28. March 2i>th, John a. B. Pohnan youngest son of or Henry tolflfian.15. At . Isaac Gulliver 57. At Philadelphia. Juliu r Friedlander principal of the institution for the Blind in that City a Goshen Indiana or Gamaliel March ant formerly editor of the Gloucester Telegraph and More recently of the Bangor Whitt. It Ictoria Combs and hair bands a Large variety of patterns of those articles kept constantly for Sale at Jordan a comb Aud fancy goods store 2 milk Street. Nihl9 4wis i the Young beaux Are beginning to think of getting up a Benefit for miss Fanny Jones the Youthful Graceful and Beautiful Sylph of the try Mont. Miss Hildreth i playing at the Chesnut Street the a narc Philadelphia. Negro phobia i the latest name Given to the disease of abolition it is decidedly a use than hydrophobia. Commercial. Importations. Pc House lots for Sale three House lots fronting on Beacon Street mid five lots fronting on Bow Doin Street. The atme lots Are Superior to any now on Sale in the City. For information apply to the subscriber in Joys building where a plan of the Lou May be seem tnh20 epis2w a. Cotting. A great bargain the lease and Furui Iuro of a first Rale Public House centrally situated and doing a Good by sinew in this City for Sale. Inquire at this office. Mh5 fit is All Izuo Gallons Winter sperm ou�?100 Buhls Winter be fined whale Oil. Very Light coloured a just received and for Matanzas. Brit frances�?111 boxes sum. J v Bacon pc ,. Sin 26� do in order 9 do do order�?54 do do Geo Hue Heel i a �?T7 a m Murdock 13 Long wharf. 11s hags Coffee Thoj Getty inst i Box Nube order 183 if is in it a Epis Mola six Monford 1 bbl do 2 boxes 3 bags Coffie 5 bbl oranges or�for�?10.000 Orange 15 do a a pumpkin master a a n a b i Sappho i 0 hods molasses Atkinson amp Rollins inn i�1 id 26 us Vilo w Savage. St John. Not is h intrepid�?22 Chal Coal of p lady. Of Mars. 2 n,000 Principe and Havana cigars of the mos tap wharf. E is mlt2l Ward me lungs. Agreeably to Ilu instr firtion a get a general meeting of the democratic citizens of Sut blk held at the old supreme the dirt Boom a to tin Iloh instant the democratic citizens of Ward 1, Are requested to meet at the w a a a Eliol sort Hal House on Mon a tet Imp 25th instant at half past 7 of clock for the purpose of electing to members of the county commit tree tor the ensuing year. Of Ward 2 at the Ward room Hancock school Ward 3. Warren h a Del. House. Ward i concert had. W us a 3. Ward Boom Wells school Ilutice. War i 6, Ward Boom West Centre Street. Ward 7, Watts province hot use. W Ai d s. Ward room 1 Ort Hill Ward 9 fed ral Street House. W n t 10. Ward room common Street. Ward 11, Franklin school House. Ward 12, democratic head quarters. Chelsea Franklin Hall. East Boston school House by a a rider of the county committee. J. T. D1ng Ley chairman. Delegates to the state convention called by the democratic members of the legislature will also be chosen at the above meetings a botany t Arpin in Boston Vaier i Harvby Tun a a a fut Muni of to of Ihu Bourne in a a to i a a fit d a a the i Erk a a a Itic no. 13 tre is Pinti ii on met in an the to april iii St it m a or tin it purple of Cut i Eli a Nils att end11�?twenty first rate steady men. A a a. Immediately to work on gun Carrl Ajr Torlea March 13, Archange a Nome thing a air to i the u. B Arsenal. Watertown Mae. The Hie heat Wace a Day Ltd need Iai inn hut pric have not varied a Viz a Malm 4 7 apply to the commanding officer. Epi�?o2w mhl9 a t 6on France 5t hits 37jon the at sight 1 4 tier com. Fin a sight. 3�3j per cent Dix i skin and band leather -50 Dez. Light French f i it thu a a yet in foreign no engagement has taken place Alf skin a Fin Light and heavy new York kkinv�?1 10 a idea hut con �4 Hgt made at a Shade let than last quotation a slight bind leather Lor Sale for Cash by c. A Stetson it co 25 decline a win i to perceived has been submitted to Coastwise Broad it ret. W&s3�vi in iii Cota in in Ronld Lavrn Ija Cut i twice ii if a a Tobac 2uirv i v Uit a to a. Cote Liverpool 65. A am article and vicar a Coastwise i Kirk 104 half barrel an it 2570 Kese fi2i .1 v and hour 50 a 62 or bbl. A of u1. I2s?ii,.i 2rn 0&Quot,"ar�. For a ale by e. A. It w. _ a Vav he sikh 15south Market Street. Mobile. Itflrr�</s#,8 p of March h a the Cut on Market it it r ___2awi6w of Quot a e i Usi a a fo�?T�?�1 remarkably Dull attended will unit use . P. B it a b Brooks would much la i report Are Esi rued i of of vhf if and the Hub a that o last qty Tati my have been a Amui Nad a Tenall of Furni ire wira Fissas Quot Quot a Quot a Cater so an al i7haire and Las King us a Quot to a so be Akst it i fac on be a a thin to w Quot 14 us 1 a Rev Quot Jan a a 1 h a a a a a Treel 3 do or so Ruth of Alai it no it a ie3taw2in-o�t&f2m feb6 latest dates. Fron a on Nfn finn Havre Fth from liver vol feb 7. F my now Orleans March 13. T a a. A it of Choice Moi ile pm ton. 51 in Columbia a 24 do Florida do for Sale by j. Fairbanks no 9. In Lia a Kren i of my 12 miniature almanac Fatura in March 23 sin k a Jig h a 56 it i Hui 04 i Moon it no al High water 1 3 of am 1 6 20 evening 1 yer an a Young Man Fri 16 to 18 years of age in a store in the country a Man to Wrork on a farm a Man to take care of horse chaise Garden a Man to work in a nub lie Houe a Man to we it re in a private family a Man to work in a to Nardin Houe. Alevy Siya to learn Trade and in a Tore and Fame live. A a or j american girl. Apply at 47 milk Street. Mh23 Eop fit Boston morning Post Marine journal. Monit i t a of ? 1er tin fix Roii Rinik tug f a loss i . It i at 2 i i. Fat n if y lie w int Xiu Cebu log the Zimmt taper a fillip a the a huh till. A an sch the cd l. The f extra from Juth he Rutrell of Liaos As lie hot k age or \ y my Dakh Aliver has f i l Otis a e whether Tovey by 6te Legie other Wum h business to May Ireon named in the f incorporation. Waving wanted for the City of Boston. Form Tony paving Slone Lorrn 6 to 10 Inelie deep thou a from the stale of Maine Mihl be preferred. Apply to z. Sampson Sut erint neut of Street Merrimac a Greet. A mh23 stiiathis2tn y ook at for #18�?black, Blue Brown Olive u Green mad in fire Rale Etyler coat made and trimmed for a #1 six for w Cam Vest. 123 cd Panta 12i at 12a Xiv Hington Street up stairs j. A. Stodder pm a Lus War to foil a of the Boston almanac f a 1839-for Salset the morning pm get office to Friday March 22 arrived Bri Frances. Given. Matanzas 3d into. Deft Brig Magnolia Hamilton for Portland 8 a lays Sarah a a tube for Boston log Ivov. I Currier do one , Little Portland 2 Exchange Lavitia to so Fra Kim a to Udu William Mcnear no a a p it s. America Churchill Cardenas 10 Essex Mitchell port land lds president Winslow do unc. Calderwood n York 6. Pm line Pitman Bristol unc Honri Elta Mclellan bosom 6 a aut unan Misc Char tone Portland 1 spoken 12th Liu. Fui to Beh 6 of Quot i, w Kieft a Providence 4 Virgin i Wilin Motoa us am merry Man pm do disc. A Imp eur Stu Quot s us ijrhlu1, lid Tiev salm0n a no kills no i ,lmnn�i0 kegs no 1 do. Far fam by d Soili wig cargo Kun Ludm Tom danuh., a Sale by j. Y. Valentine no 12 commercial Stres. Mh23 cta8ch of various i Moniea front the new Emgland starch _. R.7iry.�?onlijr on hand fora Aleby Hatch k fearing 72 Kilby Street. Mh23 nil pressing in cask very dry whale Oil preming a 4,4 but Hewins a Fisher 7 Central Slurf. Rnh2.i Hegt for new York via Newport. Cabin passage s3�?deck passage $ 1 50 Boston. Leave prov Kiouca i it Dia n4� March 23 at 4 lately to the arrival of the train car to meet the boat will leave the dept a at a of clock p y def Quot tickets May lie of talked and berths secured. On he traveller office no. 47 court Street. 1 freight taken at 6 cent or cubic foot. Her regular Day of leaving Providence Ere wednesday of saturday. A for further information inquire of r. L. Porter a court Street m h23 a a regular daily mail line to Yew York via stoning ton r Railroad. Fare from Providence to new York $3�?deck do. Ilju the Steamboat to Providence Cam. Woolway Wilt leave this Day March 23, at p. M car to meet the boat will leave the depot at 4 of clock. P. Re a passengers for this a learner Are particularly requested to tit. Their a age Pul into the crate provided for the purpose Aith Railroad depot Boston which crates Are taken on thiard no Steamer without a hiding the baggage. Iqra ticket May he obtained and berth secured Only at the traveller office. No 47 court Street. Freight taken at 6 cents per cubic foot. For further information inquire of r. L. Porter 47 court Street m23 fare reduced a a no people s new line for new York via Newport. Cabin passage #1�?on deck 50 cents to Newport 25 Eti. The Steamer Lexington Capi Vanderbilt will leave Providence for new York monday March 25 at 4 of clock p. M. From the demo in India Point. 1 cars to meet the boat will leave the Deriot at 2 of clock. Freight taken it 4 cents per fora. Car for further information apply on Board. The engine boilers and Hull of the alive boat Hay Lien put in Complete or Der and the boat newly fumie hed 1 he Public May rest assured that every attention will by Paki to their perfect and accommodation. No racing will be Pracki Eti h being Alto Gether unnecessary to sustain her Well established reputation for a Superior Speed. Ix3-Vviil leave Providence on mondays and thursdays. Mh23 for new York Cabin fare $3�?deck fare in 50. The Steamer John w. Richmond capt. Win. H. Townsend Wilt Ieav i Providence monday March 25 t 4$ of clock pm. A cars to meet the boat will leave a ton at 2 of clock p. M. Mondays and thursdays will be her regular Day of leaving Providence until further to mice. For further information a ply to s. Q. Cochran 30 con Gross Street. N. B. Freight taken at 6 cents per cubic foot. M22 Union and despatch line of Baltimore and Boston packets. To sail every saturday from mercantile wharf. M at m. Bri Choctaw a a a Choc to Chatham Ida Chickasaw Dover Gem Eli Nickerson Masier Quot Christopher Taylor a a Samuel w Hallet a a Clement Kendrick a a Franklin Percival a a Calvin Howee the above vessels composing the oldest and first established line of packets from this port have commenced their regular trips for the season. One of these packets will sail fro iii the ports of Boston and Baltimore every saturday and a strict punctuality to the Day appointed for sailing will always be observed and every facility and a Commodari. N extended to Ehi Pheraby the agents and masters usual in this Trade. For freight or passage apply the the masters on Board at mercantile wharf to Horace Scudder a co., no. 1 mercantile wharf Ammi o Lombard a co., 13 and 14, new Stone a Lores Lewis Siuth wharf. Baltimore Clark a Kellogg Rowley a wharf. Mhl4 epis3w Sott for Baltimore Union and despatch line. A this Day the regular packet Brig Gem Calvin Howee matter w,6 sail As above. For freight or passage apply on Board mercantile wharf to Hok Aue Scudder a co., 1 new bidding said wharf or to a c Lombard a co., 13 a 14 new Elone store Lewis s South wharf. Mh23 for new Orleans regular line. On wednesday. Detained by the late bad weather. $ the Superior fast sailing regular packet ship Ohio. A. Cutter master Wilt succeed the Narragansett and sail. A for Frei it or passage having elegant and spacious Hiraam accommodations with a separate ladies Cabin apply to John Fairfield William Lincoln no 26 Central Whert. The splendid new packet ship St Louis built expose do for this line will succeed the Ohio. She is now loading at the end of Central wharf. Steam taken As usual. Shippers will please a end receipts with their Good. Rah23 for new York new line. This pay 3hbi the regular packet Lehr splendid Captain d. 6. Sex Atlason will sail a above for freight or passage apply on Board at mercantile wharf or to Horace a amp udder it Cono a new building said wharf. Mh23 for Albany and Troy new line Thia Day the packet Schooner Clarion s. C. Ames matter will sail As above. For freight or passage apply tothe master on Board South Side of City wharf or to David Snow no 2 wooden store head of Eaid wharf. Mk23 for Charleston. Sj7�? Loi 1bard line. A a a. A with despatch the fast sailing packet ship Conga ree Doan Onax matter will Mil at above. For freight or passage having Superior accommodation apply on Board at Lewis wharf or to a. C Lombard a co. 14 a Aid wharf. N. B. Freight for Augusta a. A. Will be received by the agent of Thia line in Chati Eston Aud forwarded fit the Railroad free of commission. Shippers who please Send receipts with their goods. For new Orleans lombards line a. Packet of 1st, april. A Flat the fast sailing Copperud a Ciket ship Concordia 2uhx Harding master Wilt sail is above. For freight or passage having elegant furnished accommodations for passengers with a separate ladies Cabin aprily Board at Lewis a wharf or to a. C. Lombard a co., 13 a 14 said wharf. Steam taken As usual. Ml8 for mobiles packet line Xvi a to go up to the town without the Good Brig Oceola s m. Tripe master is loading a at commercial wharf having half her freight engaged will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage having Superior accommodations with apply to s. R Allen 110 milk Street. Mid vessel wanted. Of 100 to 200 ions 9 feet draft for a voyage to Mars Calm and Back. Apply to Lombard a Whit 21 commercial wharf. Fit Vihlo and Ritchi Inid ink21 amp recently for new line. First ship. The Superior fast a aiming a. ship Felax Semmle d. Healy matter is Load fog at commercial wharf having part of her freight engaged will have immediate de Pat. I. For Frei it which will Law taken at Low rates or passage apply to s. It Allen i id milk Street. Steam taken on arrival in the Belize lets n,2 for Philadelphia come Kcal line a. With despatch the regular packet Brig Antares capt n Clark i Rajz will sail As Ove. Roof re i it or passage apply to the master on Board at Philadelphia 1�?Tanket pier to it Lincoln a co 5# Commer Raal Street or to Horace Scudder a co j 0r Alfred c. Hafl be 1 mercantile a liar. In Zzz notice. The sube Crelier has the pleasure to inform the Public and i Many Friend that be has taken the new Ifor a recently erected in Wilson Lane now known As the fourth Ward House and adjoining his Ohi establishment a food he will be Happy at All limes to receive former Patrona and who May favor him with their custom. This House i retired and centrally situated being about 15� fret North from state Street. It contains a Large and spa iou Katin room on the ground floor and a halt Over the same admirably calculated for Large parties or Public meeting al Ltd a everal neatly furnished room for private parties club. A. E. Ken fiend n. B boarders accommodated on the most reasonable terms. D7 Epis of for Sale a first rate new three Story Brick House pleasantly Jerol situate i a few from tie Corner of pm Karl and Hijab a reels with every convenience for a genteel residence. Apply at thi office. The Saintf mht6 m stable to let. The a aide in Portland Street now occupied by William a Parsons Wilt lie let on reasonable term Franr Quot a a Quot on the 1� of april next for further Urti Cullars iii Nuiry a Charles b Shaev no 93 milk Street. Nihi3 Waist of wanted to hike at a moderate rent 1 to rooms or in this about 40feet by 70 a Ime a Ressey to j. K. D. Mil left at this Oftie receive a mine Kite attention. Tate mils m wanted to fifty a nation in the country not More than six rile �x44ml but of the City Worth from two to three thousand do a re situated pleasant tier. A new or nearly new Mic Wilt be prefer red. Some out to discs Garden Poi a. In Exchange will is Given a Small farm containing 40 acres of land House it a Burn in the town of Barre Worcester county mass tie Babiane can by a pail in cask ass it my i As the bar tin is made. In Juir to drug office no 59 Union Street Boston inh 19 a piste to let min West Cambridge Iho store ail Job Ning the Tufts tavern fast a stand for business rent Node Rel a <8 terms apply 10 James Russell or Philip b. Fesses 1 in the Prei irises mhl4 f it s a17� a a dwelling Bense pleasantly situate al Cambridge a staining two parlor in semen Kitchen and Fostir them Berk Tod a bedroom Price #l20f>eih. Apply at this Onice. N>h2j 3tis5tos to rent a How a a Phi pie John i. Speak a change Street. Of dlh4a

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