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From the New-Orleans Courier Map 18. -FROM
The following correspondence which, took
place at the instance of Gen. Santa Anna, be
tween Cariaco Vasouez and J. A. Cameron,
Esq. our Consul at Vera Cruz, on a reiterated j
demand of, the former that. our merchants at!
i hat place should pay into the Treasury the funds
which it was alledged they owed to the Nation
al jnistom HoUse of Vera Cruz, or in j default
thereof,, within 48 hours after the said notice,
they would be held personally responsible for
their disobedience, was politely handed to us
by a gentleman very recently arrived from Ve
ra Cruz. It is with great satisfaction we record
the appropriate conduct of our Consul on this
occasion. It reflects the highest credit upon
him, and will be fully appreciated by his fellow
citizens pom nere ana tnere.
Cwmandanaj of the first Section of the State of
His Excellency, the General in Chief, being
informed that my order of the 18th of April
last, had completely failed in its effect of obli
ging the merchants of this place to pay into
the Treasury the funds which they owe to this
National Custom House, immediately, has been
pleased to reiterate the order in the most posi
tive manner, by requiring payment effectually
to be made within the space of forty-eight hours,
notwithstanding what you declare to me in your
note of the 19th. Complying with this last or
der, I make known toj thesaid merchants, that
after the said term of 48 hours, fixed for the
payment of their respective debts, their effects,
and in default of them, their persons shall be
responsible for their disobedience.
I have the honor of making this known to
you that you may communicate it to jthe citi
zens of your country, for the purpose, that they
may conform themselves to this ultimate inti
God and Liberty. Vera Cruz, May 4,
senior V ice Consul of the U. S. of America.
ernroent, is now made on the merchants by
Gen. Santa Anna, who, whatever may be his
merits, is not the Government of Mexico, ac
cording to his own declarations ; nor does he
ask payment in the name of the Government.
There is no act or declaration of General Santa
Anna, of which I am apprised, in which he
denies the existence of the United Mexican
States (Government, or assumes to speak in
their name. Suppose for a moment, (which
really is not thd facO that the American mer
chants had the (means of paying, would they
be safe in doing: so ? What security have they,
that they should not be called upon, at a future
day, by the Mexican Government to make
these same payments over again ? Whatever
may be their wishes and hopes on the subject,
they pretend not to predict how the present
controversies will terminate. And, yet, under
those circumstances, will General Santa Anna
insist that they shall pay, or if they do not,
"shall be responsible in their effects and in
their persons for their disobedience."
uisooeaience : lnis is a word not to be
louna in tne vocabulary of a freeman. It orates
harshly upon the ears of an American citizen !
uisooeaience! To what? To any law? To
any obligation of morality? No. But disobedi
ence to a command, which has
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Law or Justice. Will not General Santa Anna
call tolmind, that he is hailed as the friend o
civil liberty? that he is now confessedly, fight
ing miier cause? Will he not reflect that he
has a Character to sustain, of infinitely more
value to him, than the paltry hundreds or thou
sands,! which might be extorted from the A'me
ncan merchants? Will he not reflect that he
is denouncing confiscation and imprisonmen
upon the citizens of a sister Republic, with
whom recent treaties of amity and commerce
have been exchanged? Will he not reflect,
that he is requiring the American merchants to
perform an impossibility, and in default of per
formance, threatens them with proceedings as
illegal as unjust? I flatter myself that he will
banish all harsh measures from his counsels,
and remain satisfied with the assurance that the
American merchants have not the means o
If, notwithstanding this repeated and solemn
assurance, the harsh measures which are threat
ened, be resorted to, the American merchants
will look, with confidence, for protection, to
their own Government, which, never yet, al
lowed the injuries of its citizens to go unre
I have deemed it my duty to be thus frank
and explicit with you, seeing that my letter o
the 19th of April failed of making its due im
pression upon you.
i nave tne honor to be most respectfully
your very obedient servant.
J. A. CAMERON, Consul U. S,
Consulate of the V. States of America,
V Vera Cruz, May 5, 1832. $
To Colonel C. Vasquez,
Military Commandant of Vera Cruz:
Sic Your letter, dated the 4th inst. directed
to the " Vice Consul of the United States of
America," has been received by me, and having
seen the Amencanmerchants of Vera Cruz,
and communicated to them its contents, I has
iea to reply to it.
After my letter of the-lOth of April, in reply
. To your official note of the 18th of the same
rnonth, in which I assured you, that the Ameri
can merchants were unable at this time, to pay
their duties to Government, I flattered myself
that they would not have been pressed again
upon that subject, under existing circumstances.
The assurance was made in perfect good faith,
and founded upon the naked fact. Judge then,
-of my surprise, when I hear you declare in
four official note of the 4th inst. that j notwith
standing what I say to you in my letter of the
1 9th of April, the American merchants must
Pay effectually, all they owe in the Custom
"House, within the space of forty eight hours."
Can men pay, when they have not got the means
of paying? Shall circumstances over which
they have had no control, but which they de
plore, be made a pretext for harrassing and op
pressing them? Answer, Justice! It is well
known to you, as it is to every one else, that
the commerce of Vera Cruz has been effectual
ly suspended, by military opperations, for the
Ust three tr four months ; that the merchants
have been tnable to sell their goods, or to ob
tain payment of their debts; that no conducta
has arrived in this city since October last, and
i that in consequence, the merchants hve been
unable tqjeceivc their funds from the interior.
It is also a fact, as notorious as it is true, that
. most of the money brought by the last conducta,
Ayas paid into the Custom House, and that very
1 i ttle money ever reaches Vera Cruz, but through
the conductas. The American merchants are
without money, at present; and their being so
arises from circumstances over which they had
no control. I
But you are pleased to say " that unless the
American merchants of Vera Cruz! pay their
respective dues to the custom house, within 48
hours, their effects, and in defaultgf them, their
persons shall be responsible for their disobe
dience." Gen. Santa Anna, in whose name you write,
and whoSe orders you profess to give, has cer
tainly, thf physical power and force to seize
the property, and imprison the persons, of
the American citizens of Vera Cruiz, if such
he his will ; -but happily for mankind, in this
age of intelligence and civilization,! mere force
tnd strength, constitute no right. Rights, to
be recognized, must be founded jin law and
, justice, and no other will meet with the appro
bation of mankind. Uen. banta Anna is now
acting a conspicuous part upon the; great thea
tre of the world, and the friends of civil liber
ty, in both the bid and the new hemisphere,
are watching his course with intense interest.
He has, hitherto, occupied the proud; and ele
vated station of a Patriot a lover of Civil Lib
erty of free and just institutions, of the Rights
i'if men and of the supremacy of the laws.
JCe now, through you, makes a demand on the
American merchants, which is not warranted
bv anv Drincinle of law or iustice. Let him
-not tarnish his fair fame by an acti which the
whole civilized world will pronounce unjust
and illegal. How stands the case? The
American merchants of Vera Cruz, among
others are indoWrltn tht Government of the
United Mexican States for duties upon impor
tations. They have , given their bonds to the
Mexican Government, to secure the payment
of these duties A t
and Vera Cruz falls int u ua f Co
. , -A v mc nanus . ui m
who demand the removal of the ministers, but
who, by that very demand. ti ..u
subsequent acts, admit that the Government of
r .17 c f 1 he 8uPno Congress
of this Government enacts and: publishes a
solemn decree or ordnance, decking it to be
jmlawful for any merchant indebted at th
lom house in Vera Cruz, for duties, to make
payment to any person, or at any other nlapp
han the generar treasury at Mexico, or at
some commissariat out of Vera Cruz. A de
mand for these very debts, so due the Gov
more useful to them, by permitting some of the JyHi W . fjf J S ' "
more innocent forms of tne -world to enter into rrna at p atcatvp a. r v . i
he church. Wherever we have done so, we L. PJ TlXW Af T
have infallibly lost ffround in ihe denth of our 1 w, ? f l Iur'
i- ,n j v V j " w meny occupieu oy mr. rrimam uunn, corner
religion, andm its spirituality and uncti on. I .Pftyllnrk ZnA Middle Strftftts. th. ruLJ
WOUld SaV tO all. keen vnnr rinrfrirtw an A vnnr ! ' 5
AiaSmlimta .4 i -1 1 , l J 1 VIZ
i(oi(yu6, uui uuiy iu your cnurcn dooks, anu
m your society rules: preach the former with-
oui renning on them: observe the latter with
out bending it to circumstances, or impairing j
its vigor by fnvolus exceptions and partialities.
k T T 1. ., - - . . , .
as i oeneve your JSation to be destined to be
the mightiest and happiest nation on the Globe,
so i believe that your Church is likely to be
come the most extensive and pure in the Uni
verse. As a Church, abide in the Apostolic
Doctrine and Fellowship: As a Nation, be
firmly united ; enteitain no petty differences,
totally abolish the slave trade (if it be not yet
done,) abhor all offensive wars; never provoke
even the puniest state, and never strike the first
blow.- Encourage Agriculture and friendly
Traffic, cultivate the Sciences and Arts; let
Learning have its proper place, space, and ade
quate share of esteem and honour; if possible,
live in peace with all nations Retain your
holy zeal for God's cause, and your country's
weal; and that you may ever maintain your lib- j
erty, avoid asits baneand rum, a National Debt.
I say to you as it was said to Rome of old,
Tu regere imperio populoa Romane, memento:
Hse tibi erunt artes; pacisque imponere morem,
Parcere subjectis, et debellare superbos. Virg.
But whither am I running! Will it be asuffi
cient excuse to allege "the zeal of your house
hath eaten me up?
25bls.Rocheler Floor. Beaches red brand.
25 Baltimore Howard St. ditto.
10 half bit. ditto. ditto.
40bl. Navy bread.
2 cki choice Claret Wine, on draft.
1 Pipe very superior Dutch Gin.
1 Seiffnelte' Bfandj.
I Hbds. St. Creix Rum.
520 N. E. ditto.
50 Baltimore Rye Whiskey.
1 bis. Apple Bandy.
10 Curtiso Rye Gin.
15 NO. Whiskey.
6 Monongahela, ditto.
2 very superior old ditto. "
6 Cider Vinegar.
2 Winter Sperm Oil.
2 Linseed do.
25 Kegs White Lead.
S2 Ton Castings, assorted, consisting of Pots, Bafee pans,
niders. Skillets. Firedes. be. Sue. also on hand and to
sale at their A arebouse. uppr long Wharf,
50 Casks Stone Lime.
50 Bis Mess Pork.
30 Prime do.
3 Bis. and 33 K?s No. 1. Lard.
10,000 lbs Sacon assorted, Hams, Shoulders, and Sides.
6 Bl. Whale Oil.
2 Corn Fanning Mills, upon an improved plan.
2 Shelling Mills much improved.
Newbern, May 25. 1832.
New and Cheap Goods.
JOS. M GRAiNADE & Co.
CLASS NO. 21, FOR 1832. 1
To be drawn on .
WEDNES DAY, J UNE 27, 1 832.
jMumoer uoiicry iu Urawn Ballots.
030,000, 020,000, 05 000
. 30,000 ,
. . 800
. . 600
. . 500.
1 . , . .
1 . . . .
1 . . . .
1 . . . .
10 . .
10 ... .
10 ... .
10 ... .
400's, 200's, &c. . amounting to
licivcis xiaives o uuartcro 9 zj
A Package of 22 whole tickets wilJroJ ftorv.
warranted to draw a VAX
A Package of 22 half tickets will cost $104x
trranted to draw '
A Package of 22 quarter tickets will cost $5
irranted to draw 12
A Package of 22 eighth tickets will
warranted to draw oiA
This is the most advantageous scheme tw
has ever been offered for purchasing packages
as they are certain of drawing one half the firs
cost, and the adventurer has a chance for nil
the capitals. This Lottery is somwhat different
trom anyotnertnat nas been drawn heretofore-
mat ucKet naving on 11 tne nrst drawn ballot
only, will be entitled to 20 dollars ; the second
drawn number 16 dollars: the 3d, 4th or 5th
Truly, truly do I wish
J I 1 ,1 .! X I J
you gooa iuck m tne name 01 tne ijora, ana TfNFORM their friends and the public, 1 hat they have
therefore, with my best prayers for your civil JJ receired by Ute arrivals from New York,! Philadel-
and religious prosperity, and hearty thanks to phiaand Baltimore, a handsome assortment of j SPRING drawn number, 12 dollars, all tickets hvin
eachoflouill5ivXally,lbrthehaLsoread gfI aLmlFw one drawn number wiU be enliUed to ib dof-
hnnnrahlo ty o r n o in mhiAh itaii VmnA f.omAH I . b J
"W"W""JV ."v. m . x.ix T ax.v enumerated thp fo aw n? articles of
your invitation, 1 have the honorto be, uentle-
men, and Reverend Brethren, your obliged
humble servant, and most cordial well wisher.
Hay don Hall, Middlesex, Feb.- 6, 1832.
iVEWBERX PRICES CURRENT
CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY.
From the Christian Sentinel.
Doctor Adam Clarke's letter, which was read before
the Anniversary ot the Missionary Society of the
Methodist Enisconal Churr.h. helrl in NpwYnrL- ran.
not failftdbe very interesting to American Christians
but more especially to the preachers and members o:
the Methodist Episcopal Church. We have only
seen it inserted in a few journals, and we are sorry to
see m one ot tnem an oraissiom ot part oi the letter
b romjthe word " Fellowship to the word " Let" is
entirely omitted ; and lor what cause, we are not able
tully to comprehend. The Latin quotation from Vir
gil. is; not printed correctly, if our American edition
of that work be correct. We compared the quotation
tfiith he original, and have given it as it is printed
in Vigil. We were induced to make the compari
son from the difficulty of translating the quotation
as found in the letter.
Letter from the Rev. Adam Clarke, to Messrs.
J. Emory, B. Waugh N. Bangs, F. Hall,
and George Suckley.
Gentlemen anb rev'd brethren :
He.ving been absent in the west of England
for a. considerable time, your letter did not
reach my hand till some weeks after its arrival.
Your kind invitation to visit the United States
was gratifying to me, and had I been apprised
of ycur intention a few months earlier, 1 should
most certainly have endeavored to meet vour
wishes ; and by doing so I have no doubt I
should have been both gratified and profited ;
but (he warning is too short I am engaged so
far 30th in England and Ireland in behalf of
our missionary cause, that I cannot by any
substitute redeem those pledges. I had propo
sed also to visit the Zetland Isles, if possible ;
but s I had not pledged myself to the voyaere.
I could have waived my purpose in favour of
America to visit which, I have been long
waiting for, an opening of Providence. 1
might add, that I should have wished to have
had the appointment of our Conference for the
Now, although I feel a measure of regret that
I am disappointed in this wished-for visit to
the American continent; yet I am far from sup
posing that there may not be a providential in-
erl6rence m the way. I am, as no doubtyou
nave alreadv learnt, an nld man. havino- ironfi
beyond three score years and ten ; and, conse
quently, not able to perform the labor of youth.
You would naturally expect me to preach
mucn; mis l could .not do. One sermon in the
obljged for several years to give up all evening
preaching, iis I found the night air to be pecu
liarly injurious to my health. My help, there-
iuic, uiubi nave oeen very limited, and in many
tdSfs 11115 wouia ne very unsatisfactory to the
go(Jd people of the United States. This defi
ciency, I grant, might be supplied by an able
assistant, who might be inclined tiyMMmnnnv
me, but even this would not satisfy the eve or
ear of curiosity. But as the journey is now
impracticable, these reflections are useless.
I respect, and wish well to your State: and f
love your Church. As far as I can discern, von
are close imiiaiors 01 me original Methodists.
(than whom, a greater blessing has not been
ffiven to the flntisn nation since tne Reforma
tion) holding the same doctrines, and acting
under the same discipline ; therefore have you
nrosnered as we have prosperea.
There is no danger so imminent, both toyot
and us, as departing from cur original simplici
tyin spirit, manners, and in our mode of wor
ship. As the world is continually changing
around us. we are liable to be affected by those
changes, in our mariners, and in our mode of
worship. : We think, in many cases mat we may
please well intentioncd people better, and be
CORN MEAL, bushel,
CORDAGE, cwt. -
COTTON BAGGING, Hemp, yd.
FLOUR, Rochester, bbl.
, Baltimore, do.
, North Carolina, do.
IRON, Bar, American, lb.
Russia & Swedes, do.
LARD, lb. -LEATHER,
Dressed, Neats do.
Calf Skins, dozen,
LUMBER, Flooring, 1 inch,M.
Inch boards, - do.
Scantling, - do.
Square Timber, do.
Shingles, Cypress, do.
Staves, w. o. hhd. do.
Do. RED OAK, do. do.
Do. w. . bbl. do.
Heading, hhd. do.
Do. bbl. do.
NAILS, Cut, ah sizes above 4d. Ib
4d. and 3d. - do.
wrought, - - do
NAVAL STORES, Tar, bbl.
1 7 18
2 0 25
8 50 8 75
7 00 7 50
6 50, 7
5 5Cf 6
1 50 3
18 00 30
t 8 29
1 25 1 31
8 . 10
Spirits Turpentine, gall.
Varnish, - do.
OIL, Sperm. - - do.
Whale & Porpoise, do.
Linseed, - - do.
PAINTS, Red Lead, -lb.
Wh ite Lead, ground in oil, cwt.
PROVISIONS, Bacon, lb.
Pork, mess, do.
Do. prime, do.
Do. canro, do.
SALT, T. Island, bushel, quantity,
Beaufort, do. (none.)
Liverpool, fine, do.
SPIRITS, Brandy, French, gall.
Apple Brandy, do.
Peach do. do.
Rum, Jamaica, do.
Do. windward MM do. '
Do. New England, do.
Gin, Holland, do.
Do. American, do.
STEEL, German, - lb.
English, blistered, do.
SUGAR, . Loaf, - do.
Lump, - -. do.
Brown, - - do.
TEA,Imperial, - - - do.
Gunpowder, - - do.
Hyson - - do.
Black, - - do.
TALLOW, - - do.
WINE, Madeira, - - gall.
Teueriffe - do.
100 ps. London Prints, of
various qualities and pri
ces, mostly of new and
Rich fancy printed Muslins.
20 ps. new style Gingham?,
Plain Cambnck, Jaconett.
Swigs. Book, nd aMnll
Figured Book and Swiss do
Plaid and corded Muslins,
Superfine & common black
Bofinet Muslins and Boards,
India blk Satin Levantine J
and Srnchew Silks,
Italian black Lustrine, and
Plain blk Gros de Naples do.
Chanreable&i waler'd do. do.
Lead colored do. do.
Ladies' fancy Gauze, Da-i
mask Crape, Batteste and
Gros de Naples Hdkfs.
Linen Cambrick & Lawn-do.
Imitation do. do.
Belt and Tafeta Ribands,
Gimp Ed e i n gs.
Ladies' bhk. h white Cotton
Gentlemen's wht. Cott. A do
2 cases Leghorn Bolivar's.
1A It rk a
iv ids- mixi ring, m 4 01.
20 packs assorted London do
Brown and bleach'd Shirt-1
ings and Sheelinsrs,
Bediickingt, a good assort
Indigo blue Check, stripes
and pin ids.
6 bales. 1200 lbs. Cotton
Yarn, assorted numbers
from 6 to 15.
Umbrellas aud Parasols.
20 doz. paint leaf Hats,
Gentlemen s sun. blk. and
white Beaver do.
Do. Seal and com-. Fur do
1 case Men's and Boy's wool
Orders for packages or single tickets in
either of the above lotteries should be forwarded
Gendem- fancy Silk Ban I as early as practicable. Please Address
tianno anu flag d, HdkU SYLVESTEK & CO.
A large assm't. of rich fan. Nrt qq MnrlcAt StrPAt TU1;
col. and plain Colt Hdkfs w, 7 ' "un"
suitable for servants. f VT en one or more ucKeis are ordered.
Crape Camhlet. a new and postage need not be paid.
elegant ar'iclc for Gentle- A discount of five per Cent, will be allnir,t
men s Summer wear, I tUnco rt,rt l,,.fl
Blk. Prune le k. Circassians, J xru i i
v iieii a cenmcaie is uruereu, n is only re
quisite to remit the difference between the cost
and the. sum warranted to be drawn.
fdrketters will receive the same attention
as personal application, and a statement of
the drawing will be- forwarded to each adven
turer. The Bulletin will be sent gratis to all who
Baltimore, May, 1832:
bazetts, j -
Merino Cloths and Circas
Irish Linens and Lawns,
Linen and Cotton Diapers.
White Irish Linen Drillings,
or. b reoch do : do
Indigo blue Nankeens,
Yellow do; in long ps,
Flaid balteens, blue twilled
Jeans, Cotton Cassimers.
Grecian and other stripes,
s titable for hoy's clothes,
London Cloths a few pie
ces super blue, blk brown
Blue, black and Nankeen
KHJ do. Mitchell's spool
Thread, ass'dJ Nos. from
8 to 100,
50 lbs patent ; Sewing
Thread, assorted Nos.
Russia Sheetings and Tick.
JTCTOTICE is hereby given to the Inhabitants
JAI of Craven County,, that the Subscriber
has received from the Clerk, the Lists of Tax
able property and holds the same for their in
spection. All persons are requested to give in
formation of any Lianas, rolls, or other Taxa
ble property, not included in the Lists and
they are further notihed, tnat tne subscriber
will attend at his office ort Middle Street, near
the Court House, every day during the ensuing
month of June (except Sundays) to receive
their respective Taxes.
THOMAS J. PASTEUR, Shjf.
May 25, 1832.
icr new goods,
pieces sup. black Crape Camblet, an ele
gant article forirentlemens Sumraerwear,
i box SUDerinr T,hrnlrinr" Rlarlf Tea.
Received this day per schooner Pedee, and
iorsaieoy JOS. M. GRAN ADE, & Co.
Xewbern, May 24, 1832.
1 great groce sup. linen Ea-
gl Playing Cards,
Tortoise Shell Tuck L. Side
Mock do. do.
Ladies' Prunelle Pumps,
with and without heels,'
Fancy Baskets, a great rtt
Saddles and Rridles,
Cottton and Vvol Cards, of
the best quality,
A great variety of Looking
12 reams Foolscap and Let
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
Knives and Forks, a good
Pen and Pocket Knives do.
C. S Drawing Knives,
German C. .S. single Ct
Mill, Pitt, Cross Cut
Handsaws, and Smith's
German C. S, Plate Hand
Stock and Pad Locks,
Paint, white wash, L scrub
Weeding Hoes and Trace
N. Beer's long bitted Axes,
Curry Combs and Horse
Hide Whips &i Mullen Bitts,
Wagon and Cart Boxes,
Spades and Shovels,
60 casks Cut Nails, assorted,
3 bas Wrought ido. d:
20 Freeborn's and Hitch
cock's Patent Cast Iron
160 extra Shares.
GROCERIES, WINES, &c. &c.
1-2 Pipe choice old MaO ( 1 qr. cask real old Port,
, dira' 1 do. Dry Lisbon,
I do. Naples, g 1 do. Teneriffe,
1 qr casks Pall Sherry. S2: 1 do. MnratL
2 Br . do. k I 1 do. nH
2 Colmanar do. I I rhimnoLn. : . 1
1 Sweet Malaga, j pnt bottles,
rvasoerry aud Uherry Bran-30 bit. Rochester
6 caks London Br. Stout.
rorter in qt. and pt. bottles,!
i pipe rem umch Uin.
1 3.do. Seignette's Brandy,
1 hhd. old Jamaica Warn,
5th proof, and warranted
2 hhds. Antigua ' do.
1 do. merican do.
2 do. Rye Whiskey
10 bbls. N. O. do.
10 do. Monongahela do.
2 do. very superior old do.
N. Carolina Apple Brandy.
Common Apple do.
10 bbls. Curtis's New York
Rye Gin 1
10 bbls. best Cider Vinegar.
Vi bags best green Coffee,
warranted free of rock,
2 bhds. very superior St
10 bbls. good N. O.'do.
Q box white Havana d.
1 bbls Loaf and Lump do.
6 chests fresh Hyson, Gun
powder ii Imperial Teas,
apanish Segars, of the best
American do. do.
Newbern, April 21 st, 1832.
Beaches red Brand,
10 Baltimore Howard St. do.
20 half do io.
20 Boxes brown soap,
2 bis, Lorrtilards best snuff
1 bl. Snuff in Bladders,
blk, Pepper and Allspice,
Mace and Cloves,
Nutmegs and Cinnamon,
Pearlasb and Ginger,
2 Ton Iron assorted,
2 bundles German Steel of
American do j da.
Fig blue and best Poland
Glauber, Epsom and Ro-
Lees Pills, and Bateman's
Opium and Castor Oil,
Indigo and Copperas,
Salt Petre and Alluro,
Siediitz powders and Mas
Chalk and Virdlgris
Red ochre and Lamp black,
Sperm and PornoUe Oil
Linseed Oil and White Lead,
WHISKEY & APPLE BRANDY
& bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey.
1 bbl. Veiy Superior old ditto
4 bbls. Apple Brandy. t
r ?ceived Ms day by schooner Lima from
Baltimore, and for sale by j
SCHUYLER'S COURT OF FORTUNE,
New York, 22d May, 1832.
To my Patrons in North Caroline.
THE great success thai has uniformly distinguished
this establish uent, continues vvith onabntm splen
dor, and Schuyler's customers continue to touch iht lta
ders as profusely as eer Indeed U seems that the blind
Godess has determined that Schuyler shall be 1 all the
go." VVitkin a few weeks the amount of Capitals scadertd
from the Court of Fortune to various parts ot the United
States i. unparralielled. One 'prise of 30,000, one of
20,000, one of $15,000, two of 10,000, in thejotter?
last week th 2d Capital of $4,270, and in the ery lift
lottery the whole ticket 3, 21,30, the capital of $2,000
was sentjy letter t- a Gentleman in North Carolina
the $1000 'and $500 prizes have keen distributed in inch
abundance that they are entirely too numerous to men
tion in an advertisement. The New York lottriiei trill
soon be brought to a close, and the opportunity enme
quently of obtaining a capital will soon pass away: those
wishing tkkets can send ra ney v lett r thr'Uih the
mail with perfect safety and th- tickets will tie promptly
transmitted by the return post. My customers mII besr
in mind that when 10 is remitted to me the postage need
not be paid. In regard to punctuality. interiiy, and
responsibility, 1 have the privilege of referring to the first
houses in this city- among them the very respectabl
managers Messrs. Ywt';s li Mclutyre, also in Charleston
S. C", Ri hmond Va , Baltimore M'd., and Auusta and
SavanmhGeo. The following most brilliant cUssei tn
the next in order, thf drawings of which will be ponctm!
ly forwarde 5 gratis, by my paper the 4 Lotttry Herald'
which continues to be published weekly.
ID" A class of the New York Lotteries willbedrswn'
every Wednesday throughout the year. Tickets from
$5 to 10, so those who remit the latter amount will he
sure of a chance in any lottery. Address
ANTHONY H. SCHUYLER.
New York, or
Who is regularly licensed by the State of He -
York and Maryland.
June 13 Class 19, Cap, $2u,000, 10,000, 2,500,
1,270, 10 of $l,0t 0, I0of300,20of 200, kc
Tickets $5.-60 So. Lottejy, 9 drawn ballots.
A package of 20 Tickets cost, less 6 per cent. $ 95 00
Warranted to draw, at least ...... 38 2S
A certificate of a package for
June 20 Class 20 Cap 10.000. $3,760, 6 of 1,000,
6 of 600. 16 ar300, &.c, &c., Tickets, $3. 66 Number
Lottery 10 drawn ballots.
a racaage 01 icz wholes cost, less o per ceni. 9
Warranted to draw, at least 25 50
Acertificale of a Package for
June 27 Class 21 Another brilliant and novel J'r
Cap $30,000, $2 ,000, $5,000, $3,000, $2,204,
OOO, 10 of $1,000, 10 of $800. 10 ot $600. 10 of $A00
10 of 400, 20 of 200, 44 of $150, 5o f $100,f 6 of$
66 of 5, 112 of 48, 2,184 of 24, 1.540, 1
number, $20, 1,540, 2d drawn number. $16 4.620. 8
4th and 5th drawn numbers, $12, 7,700, of 10.-66
Lottery 10 drawn ballots. Tickets $10-
A package of 22 Wholes cost, Iesso per cent- $2
Warranted to draw, at least lWW
A certificate of a package for . . . ..$109
Those reroiiling $106, will We entitled to a certificste
for a package of Whole Tickels. . f
July 4-Class 2264 o. 8 drawn ballots HigneM
P rtae $ 12,600 Ticket s $5. f
July II Class 2366 No. 10 drawn ballots. Four 01
$19,000 Tickets 6.
Office at Baltimore.
I have established so office at Baltimore, ML, for.
sale of Tickets, in all Lotteries managed by Messrs. Y
& Mclnty re, which will be under the direction of Mr. V
niel P. Barnard, who for some years past has been to "v
employ in that city.
Tbere are frequently brilliant lotteries drawn h ot
States, which are well worthy the attention of adveotur
crs: the schemes and drawings will be found in ayPV'
My southern friends will no t be enabled to recede tni
tickets four days sooner than from New York. 1J
drawings will be forwarded from that city as usual.
postage in most cases will be less than from '
but when New-York tickets are wanted, it might m
well, perhaps, to send orders direct to the old WCTJ
Court of Fortune, unless there be no time, or the tics
required sooner than they could be sent from that cj
Address ANTHONY H. SCHUYLES,
Baltimore, Md , or New-York.
ET The Maryland State Lottery will be drawn 10 iw
timore once every fortnight. Orders for Mary anov '
ginia, Union Canal, and Delaware tickejp will receif
immediate attention if addressed to
ANTHONY H, SCHUYLER,
Baltimore Ma- 1