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I WUE I WAS II EIClUOND t
From hems and friends we all mut go
To meet a rog but dastard ie,
Look away, iok away, look away to Richemod
And ee aa these bled we see,
We vow to de or all be fre ;
Leek away, lek away, leek away to Richmond
Caos..-I wish I was ia Richmond,
I Rhhmd win wsall ar boaund
To whip die a Richmond !
Away, away, to w r die la Richmend
Away, away, to dior in Richm.ad.
The Tekestak ofat Seetern beauty,
And lay their platy to the booty.
Ik away, lk away, lok away to Richmond
ut when we meet them hand to band,
W'II make them sick of beoauty and lend.
Look away, look away, look away to Richmond
I wis I was in Richmond, &c.
Old Ahe, they ay, is monstrous tight,
And caot leep one wiak at night.
Look away, leek away, look away to Richmond
But wherne e mes to Richaead city,
The way we'll cool hi 'tis a pity.
Look away, lek away, look away to Richmood
I wish I was in Richmond, &c.
Old eeott a mighty fore employs.
To march against our Dise boys.
Look away, look away, leek away to Richmond
But th' a millies round him gathers.
We swear to "beg" Old Fuas and Feathers.
Leek away, leook away, look away to Richmond
I wish I was ha Richmond, etc.
e ys he'll march straight through our
Doew to the utmest Soather boonds.
Look away, look away, look away to Richmood
Bat his ares we will retard,
WLh aldes of Ls sad Beauregad.
Lok away, looeek away, look away to Richmond
I wish I was in Richmond, lc.
We'll mea Old Abe with armies brave,
And whip the lying seeedouel knave.
lsek away, look away, look away to Milhmend
And beXh S for terms and whiskey,
Well give im h-1 i the wne of Diie.
Leek sway, look away, lek away to Rihmoand
I wish I s in .Dihe; A.
Ub . s . AdeIUlladA ,
bsWZ Me moved or Drag 8tees o the new
i h ldal[ e the aorner of Maim and
& lk , eppesto Roth, Deblihex & Co.,
who we i i call frem ear old cmtomem
and U*iCE I5i DELAVALLADK.
P.. c U.ry.
W L a lme a vwry Iea and choice so.
eo die Bseom and KEives of seal
Ji6"ll t sy, tat we will isell low.
Iaw " Iý r & DIUAV4LLADI.
(as aae le as sealo Fu
dil TTqdZL3Y & IJLA ALIADL '
,.o mD D. s
riil. ai. eMd r as is warmated
rr- ._L m l dm we wil
"r~TiWkahb1a 1< Laa "s h
any ort.va DL.AVA.LLAD .
Ka fin wasxm]
TA"IIl2a- 0 ..VALLIAD.
I& n F*AL.LADR.
, ,u m I. ,e hm- . 4
S pwt ose orOeo y,
NEW ORLEANS ADV'S
9&5. ...C"mC ap Street ......95
d ANCHOVIES-Iw Oil and Salt.
APPLES-Grea, Dried, Presraed, and Apple
BA Br kfar es. Sides and SoMuders.
SEd dEF-Pidddphia cad Wesuera. Dried Beef.
BUTTER-- d ol and Westers.
BUCKWH.RA I bMAls,kf do, bags and heses.
BROMA-Baer s atrae .rad.
4I BROOMS-Cae, Heir and Whisp.
BRUSHES-W hirweah, SA, Sc rubs d Dust
I. CHEES ie Dutc Crs Wan
CRAdC S-Crockwls. Ciaswse; Caraay,
Crea. Milk, Sugar, Boston, Water, Ginger,
Wine, Beds and Mewam Si a.
COFFEE-OldG". Jae, Family Je, HMa ,
Old Rio, Laguirw, Mocas, Mexida and Coart
d CHOCOLATE AND COCOA.
CLAMS AND OYSTERS.
DRIED CHERRIES-Blackbrries ud Peaches.
FRUITS-Raisis, C£'rrants, Pie Fruits, Tabe
FPrits, Prunes, Figs, Citrn and Cranberries.
d FLOUR-F . F GF OGlde G e, aHud Adtlatic,
i, 66ls, f bWbl nedbags.
FISH-Markelrd, i. f bbl, kit, and hf do, Codjl,h
Ma.kinaw Trout, SeleW , pi, kird a piced,
d &Ro Hertr g, Dried Herring, Halibt anud
GINGER-Cmarns, Dried aud pievrised.
HERBS-Sage, Thylre, usury and Marjoruas.
, AM9-Sa-gar-C.red. Gree and Muasu.
ISINGLASS AND GELA TINE.
J£LLIE--Currnt, Grape, Plumb Dunsow, lp
pie, Orange, Blackberry, Reasperry. straw
brry, Leuas, Peach and Gus.
r LIQUORS, WINES AND CORDIALS-Br.a
S d, Whisky, Chkrpgwe, Madriru, Port. Mus
ast, Sherry, Asesure, Guigauo, Alstv'iri.
Camssi Du Motl For, Curt, ,. Ma,.raswiio.
losaaetter's Bitters. Scharluan &hupps.
r Orange Flower hWater. .Ale, Porter. Clurit
Wise. Blackberry, |il'd Cherry and Fi. ,s
I MOLASSES AND SYRUIP-l-I'asattion
cad Sugar-house Molsesu, rseart's auld Bel
cher's yrup, sand Sirep de Baterie.
NUTS-Altsundsl, seaf shell sid shelard. an,.
OILS- Csttun Sed, Lard and Sperm.
PICKLES-Olires, Pecollilli. (e, rk is s,
Leses, Caulwef rs, Onioun, Red Cebbge, t,
PO TA "tOE .-Irish and Sweet.
PRESERVE--Pine Apple, Peas, Peerkes.
Crab Apple, Orange, Backierry, Rasyberry,
8trramrry, Plues, Apricot., Duas, C, Cher
rie., Grape, Grer Gage and Lives.
QUINCES-Preserved cad Qunce Jelies.
RICE--Brley, 1plit and Dried Green Pes. ad
AODA--res, Tartar Salratus and Yeast
SALT-.arach, Saep, Msetard, Pepper.
La irk. t.
8AUS-Masshres. Ketchup. 'rmar,,
d,. Wareseruhire, S.6,Jas Bus, Harvey a,
8UOAR--Brown O(rn l, Powdered
Lqf cnd Cruashed.
BOAPS-QOeeysr. Mlaus, Kdetrls, Ihirey,
Palm Oil, .5aed ad T~'uo .
TONGUE.S-Sgar-cured a-d Pickled
Pigs' Feat, PWiladdlis Pig Per, Mea. cud
TEAS-Eagliah. Brelafast, Oael,sng. Pea
CIcug, Reae, O(d Hyas, Trag yaseu, hoe.
Sreranld IOwpu.der.l meemdmp.spýsfda
VINEGAR-Whies Wk, bd, Cauanias and
8PICR-Maos, NutcW~s4 Ciasuinu, All
W8Ui LoI8-ld5 Cmv, Bled Creamn.
Ares cd Jcy Waters, Ostese4 Hmimy, Grm
hen. ir "f, Grits, , adtie, Pals,
aacoas, d.es'.* L., Canle. y a1ade.
Shrp haest, Ywurmw Morn, Cass i
g0 Goods delivoed baee f dre(r i heas
4 w R 4 aeped fa, Vrn OrIca,
Would ivita the st" ia
or their riebed uad he opb
Sb to their III
LARG AND W3LLSLECTKD STOCKO
rviag wii the pe yearp atdly I
thuirestaliehmeut, they wm
wuI Lefed forei Ja ediliaseern.
l ited oe visit tes for
.i allhMud1 uInAlerb ha, I
4* St. Obarles o., Corner of Girer, I
fatihe sale; tqrh, aihllaw Ml i lcl, a
Udil, Iiqlee iieenu Utled Mnda ase Caw
the hhstimk e'wr . rI
abe pm i. it ia .1 asathaa aual d
em-age, aside syle sad tuhlity ageqasled
Jk; .S L ou
NEW ORLEANS ADV'S.
- A. TYLER,
8 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
stnow osaingg ad always has e hand alarge
s stock of
Ladles Flle Watcles,
set with Diamonds, Pearls, or Enameled.
Gentlemen's Chronometers and Hunting Watch
es, with th new Winding Appaatus.
A.ls-Goldd Silver Watches o(the most cele
Gold, GOard, Vest and Fob Chains,
All of new style, and 18 carats gold.
Watch TrhmMnrmge, &c. ko
E. A. TYLER,
fblS 110 Canal street.
iM. P. B UCKLE r,
(LATE YOUNG & CO.)
ScOsmp Street Ww Orlesas.
WhW s. les, aJe seelh d 8dseersmUd.
SImporters of fine Watches
for Ladiesand Gentlemen, of
the most celebrated makers of England and Swit.
zerland, made to his order expressly in heavy
cases, (gold and silver) anl warranted standard
lineness. Ladies Chatelaines and Neck Chains
(ents (heard, Fob and Vest Chains; Seals. Keys
&c. Finger liings, Ear-rings, Breast pins, Cur
piis, he. Diamonds in P'lus and Rings.
Spectacles for every age, in gold, silver and steel
Silvers re warranted as pare as coin, consisting
tabTe, tea and desert Spoons;
Tt and Desert Forks. Ladles, Bntter Knives
Mustard and salt spoons, sugar tongues, &c.
Plated ware, consisting of castors, candlesticks
Having been always engaed inl the mechanical
part of the business, all Watches sent for repairs
will have the strictest attention, and having every
facility for making my portion of a watch, he
will be enabled to work on very reasonable
Ci' Jewelry made to order, and repaired. Dia
nsaeds reset in he latest style. Canes mounted
in gold or silver der3-.no7
ALFRED MUNROE & CO'S
Groat Clothing memporium I
Corne'r of Citiq, ad (JomniI ats.,
FaIl is paessing and IsTnter
NEA"tLY UPY4Y US.
By late arrivals, a fll assortment of
Mes's and IIsr'*. C'I(tsiig
has been recei ed. together with a sew supply o
Their Patent T,,ke SHIRTS are squperior to
the best, and they hlave the best supply in .New.
INDI.\ IUBlI'E CLOTHIING.
At the above establismoeut may be feond:
)verc.ratsa....... . froCu $; 00 to $40 00
IUisitae', josLat.... .. 7 50 tol 5 00
kt Ftl Frocks..... .. 13 00 to 35 00
fluackk ';atalt,Ilb . .. 850 to I1 00
Coloread 'anltahleta~s .. 8 50 to 13 00
Veats-'euta-Vesta .. 3 25 to 13 00
L'tndersai ....... .. 0 75 to 50
I)rawer............ .. 0 to 8 55
Lies Bl.st.nt Shirts .. 1 00 to 2 50
G(.ovas-all styles andl qualities.-HatLV Hoss
all qualiiss.-llanro zsacui.rs.-all qualitie.,
L"aavars. $CarsM Tars. And all articles aeom
ary bor iGnt's. Wanlrob.-Shewls Traveling
Blaukets,--T,unks, Valisse, Carpet Bags,--tim
mel!aa, etc. etc., etc.
ABoyv' OLothing of every deeriptlon.
&'Ordern from the country rwpecttfully n
licited. Is sending edess plese give the fotb
lowing measure e:
FOR COAT-Sise of breast in inches-sisae p
waist-length of arm frou, the centre of back, a
-beihth of person.
rOR PANTALOOS--Sia of waist--legth v
of iside seam.
FOR VEST-~isea waist-eagtk of vest from
FOR SHIRT-Size ef neck-length of arusl.
Call aend axamine feourselves at the
1IU.' PALACE O
ALFRED MUNROE & CO.,
n7 eet27Cowner Cam pand Commas streets.
Get Your Shirts in iew Orleans
Q -- rr-- · 1 '
s. N'. MOODY'S "'
P vy ea jsbhrst, - lo See M
avery a wtid e sesse pleme es'. eues u ( y
Far SeEr eseet heat.
SMres made aeider Is style. Ue
tdae fer s tel naiamnat IIgY~'DY
Am a hasmel
Iron,(Co)pcr, Tin, Sheet Iron,Bras
o Mutaldiug, Finishing and Blak
28, 30 and 32 NEW LEVEE, and 37, 3tnd 41
FULTON STREET, NEW ORLEMS.
Facilities for the execution of the fdiwing
described work, superior to and other iame in
the South or West:
t- CHIMNEYS, 3 REECHINF,
d JUICE BOXES, PIRE BEDS
.STILLS, ASH PANS
Copper, Tin and Pewter Worms for)is
iI tilleries Sheet Iron Pipe.
Asheraft, Beanents, and Hearson SEAM
g GUAGES, for locomotive and stationary gines.
STEAM WHISTLES, BRASS COCE and
' COUPLINGB, and every description of Brass
Work of ow manufacture.
I India Rubber Hose and Filterings to siu.
GASS PIPES from 1.8 to inches in dame
l ter and all connections to suitamme.
she trade supplied with Brass Work a New
Y York prices, for casb
e Planters and others interested would & well
s to call and examine my Steym Trains hr the
manuficture of Sugar, before purchasing else
where. They have been in operation foramany
years, and give universal satisfaction.
All orders lilled with dispatch.
I37ltsefer to Edward J. Gay, of this prisd,
f for whom I put up a train last year. Ahotg K.
C. Camp, who he bed a train seven yetars in
succeeslul operation. leb2Sly
The Right Place to Buy JewgIr.
1. A. HAY\VARD,
Sant ufar turin g'Jerwclc r,
108 Zroadweay, Kew 'Yort
UyTO one purchasing Jewelry of any description
shouli tail to call upon W A. HAYWAItI),
hefore pur.hasing, or seal him an order for sam
p!e.,. Any perston wishe;n samples to onler
tron. ca har., the sgne seut with the privilege
of retuaiing amlyllliOrg they may tot want.
[,-'. it. I Full a-.t,rtaent of (Goud for th
SI aur te. and Jed('lely Eavelopies. lapAi)
( Late E. R. S~tecre 4- CO,.,)
55, 57 059D COMMON STREET,
OPPOSITE THE CITY IIOTEL,
IMPOrTSa AN)D DBALUIs IN
CUTLERY, GUNS, J
Combs, Brushes, Pesrfnmery,
RUSICAL INSTaUUIE1NTU, k
-911=11 3001 3I0
Having been lablihed in New Orleans for
nearly thirty years, we feel confident khat we _
taderstand the waists of the trade of the South- P
west, and our unrivaleJS facilities esalble us to t
purchase our stock troin the best sources, both hi
at houe and abroad.
We solicit ua examination of our stock, whichb 0
will he bond fall and complete througheut the B
orders by mail will receive prompt attentio
A new Printed Catalogue will be forwarded
by mail when desired.
tI'EV ENS & SEYMOUR.
New Orleans, June 13, 1S60. jetl
EU. S. .euat I4ase,
BTWEEN I'LAQL'UtNSI AN*D CRAIZNTOIr.
' ~ji The steam propeller VIRGINU,
Roooo.r Mit.ta, Captain, will lears
Plaquemine, carrying the mtil, every Tuemay
Megaira, at 6 o'clock prealy--ed retaralg
leaf Chareetoa every WdnesdRal Moalag at
I o'clock, ad rrive at PIlaemme the same
day. Leave Paquetnia agaaiaea sday ss.- i
in at S, ead leave Chareatso again on feday a
moruingat se'lockcomaaeting withte Ieil, I U
(or Bt.eIoue an ad aye dSar, aud with the
St. Mary*or sFaklin and New itu .
7Stippers will plepkau mo e ttha t Sr pI I
i on heard the bawt sh sln peevim . u
tor myLDep'y,T. E.Graes, he hi _ elh the_
3.n1, therwe mieia. wll pslively
astherltis. mdes. they at es. pe aide -.
N. hither ladImia es. aed he mpe ed,as
-- " W LMC I
lbl~ The UnderuiI veer h
ee tly**1 tohee pueid , S
tthat, haflr pbeuru l aerfe. '
hl etbhe atseb dm.sssmd t
r ntway asa r.th e V 1A
DuSiN ESS. all is remaeesa. a
. eI esadi Ve I t e dll ",lu t wt, i da C
d atihet saeies.
dat ed lm s m te
mpuMdawil.ralp at E
UUIN a t Use e a
D.VI4LN.ir W'IebS. e
" u-rwu uo dd~lrrrr~Suib,
iy ottret tic
I PNCTU S.
SaIs; L es .atwdems
Csamg O! e: gaoas, I
lagaquafe, ~Iberville,) La.
rpI-s lU]ITfUIION is beautifully situated d
. in thenate o" the town of Plaquemie, >
hetwten C(vt, Church and Plaquemine streets.
The buid are large and commodious, .ad
the iuud goe ample epace for amwusement
and hMalt exiewe. The Institution being
situated win a wa minutes walk of the steam
boat Ibadu enras the advantge of easy nd
frequnta sass. It is conducted by the Sister of p
Holy Cro whi being wholly devoted to the
importanVorkof public instraction, spare so
pains to i"rum the hearts of their pupils in vir
tue and e taeir minds with knowledge, and
they ple themselves to return the children to a
their pots improved in virtue and learminI
To ats torough education in the highest
sense of* word-to train the moral and the in
tellectsdeing-to develope sound health sad
elegant miners, is an object of constant atten
tion. l system of government is mild and
matern tiaming to guide rather than to drive
the pupa dong the path of duty. The comforts
and denial habits of the young ladies, receive h
the sa lentiou as in the most refined family
Relicp is the ground-work of education.
The Itaiution is Catholic; but young ladies of
all deasinatious are admitted, provided they
are wig for the sake of order and uniformity
to Wjtedt-e exercises of public worship. The
Acadetal year is of ten months. The course
of Edluioa embraces all the branches usually
taughti Academies, with the facility of prima
ry instltioe in both the English and French
lsnguqps, at the option of parents.
Terus for Boarders :
Entrae fee, Bed, $5,00, 5 00
Boardand Tuition, per annum. payments
quaterly in advance, 80 00
'terss f'or kf Boarders:
Tuitin per month, payable monthly, $10 00
T'asu fuor Da Scholdars :
Tuitun, per mouth, payable monthly, 4 00
Eers charges at the option of parents, iz
Mueir, Medical Attendance, Board at Conven I
durin Vacationa, Washing and Mending, Bed
Beding, Mattrass, Stationery, Tapestry-work
Emrkoidery, Artificial Flowers, he. ce. Or
Badl, Tuition and Washing, Mending, Bed,
Beddin:, Mattrase. Stationery, 'apestry work
imbroitlery. Artificial Flowers. c. -c. O
Board, Tuition, Washing, Mending, Bed, Bed.
~iug, stationery,comSplete, per annum, W240 0.
ffiaer-Gireen French Mains
It is to be weaG oly on Sundays and Thuns
daps and the other holidays when going to
C~urch or Walk. Patterns of the make ad
the shade may hbe had at the Convent.
Each Boarder must be provided with six Sheets,
Muequito Bar, six feet by three; twelve Chemi.
see; ditto pairs of lise; di:to of Handkerchiei
six Pillow Cases; twelve Towels and Napkis;
ne Tumbler; Fork and Knife; table and desmt
Spoons, and all the requisites of Toilet.
Pocket money is to be deposited in the heads
of the Superiorsew
Visits are allowed to the stldeas from their
Parents and Guardianse e arnsdi and Thurs
lays, and only from 9 o'clock A. M. to4 o'clock
.efnwr.-paquemeie, Rev. Fraseois C. Fal-I
ot. New Orleans, Rev. P. F. Shell, S. 8. C., or
SISTER MARY OF CALVARY,
nov27-se3 Superioress of the Convent.
CAIllIT MAIll ,
Takes this method of t
tuniang his thanks to hie old
friends and customers for the IaC
atronage bevetoloro received, and assures them
hat he will ever strive to accommodate them in
He has now moved to the large and commodi
as building at the cormer of Fenn's Alley and
lank street where he has a large stock of Far
itaur of every kind."
Old Furniture.taken in exchange or repaired at
e also makes COFFINS of every style at the
7-Fisks' Metallie Colas supplied as herto
Splendid Hears. Price moderate. p4
To glatunrs aud ercuhas.
The mnraleed, ,me the elest Cepeas be
he Parilsh, Llig pldhisallal
inva agpas a avg Steak eltari& a le
sew prepF r to aL PlesMeMham ad
ihess, with as nd - aetisle a MOLJSSES
,8 sd , a as s a ewe mu t s.
Ul ,ad eas bat hbe bs m lrls rieed. |
e will dlms ummfmre 8UQJr roSl .
IzI_ hr aflwk teve theo edsm is Uie.
Nii el bIed s ememm w ill please iv
i_ i esi.
n walk bavin hesse s satiuls
,.hi Mstm, hewill me b let emedsem to
pleas all who ell apes hIm.
is shp ib estedl hetwe. VAiler ed e
Cermr d xledI ad SadIasy . .
!WI abl epmery, ad m I saIb par
.vald at Dry anr id llw y .ep to the
Situla, I thwel w e l tp I hv
teS, lblyampded by Mr.Irnay wea Ce
ees, whr I av weetly a Wi my dde
ia-k, sad imassviesassepeeqm , ,md
sell mb a dh ai'ied se
waw westgmdad low as
my ether e-skibmsmt= ais twne. thsim!v
ao-head. Psses m m , eos at a mae of
- teady l rmedlal ie u sm d l
- uf w r mpas sp, md- a pI
L ER Sr
.._.,. s_ ...sC r
af d * I develir ay
whew a the
frall le a ld s at the Gram
Toe Mail. Uatsi.l 9. . 301m .
0odb. =eee, ldhv
TNFORMS his sad
public ge bhe
opened his new ae
street, sincethe 4th
he is m nely uta e
idate iders mad ns
bhi terms. His abal be fueihed
with tie beet the
His COFFEE E y b s
plied with the W Lar
He aLZg i.
prate rysm t1es is, mattd up.
pHil STABTLE ad an era
imals .,trated an with the
He eon ith l- Armi Will.'
not for fset hi. "i,ý te. l
coostry wiihll h*rs
and w ino a u them s ard__ -
Th aderaled eipeyMef
inform ii fridls and mi p ly th
his Oyster 86o is now s
Oysten are seed up in every
gum.ead ether resA,
includga"lItsides Gumbo," bee ev
ery o deerd iption; Soups. St ,Fr2s,
Broil a -S s, Lobsters, c.
Derts and he;
and INES and LIQUORS kinds, sad e
t io1t superior qality. G LEBLANC.
E adersigned would,
spediflly announce to4
p f ads sad the public general
tlt they have just purchbed
, ee.house and fxturefotmDEY ept y Phil'
l Heeliin opposite thrstcabst e anding sd
ring ben to considrable espeae a paper.
0 ig all th. rooms so that they an meet sud ples-.
t1,, and i·,viag the e br ud i l
Iz IVs t, be had inNew Orles, d further.
n pledging jsperle b nosasneo to pleaa l
d he all to see ma we shall ezit a mall prt
kof the pblic IPatdPat" t
)r otsoo TvUi r , TURIN I SRIPPLL
,l, cwaRLKS smzew.x,
Sl Plaquemine, nay 1t, 1840.
. . ZM se W'le.
, The anderigned weld my to b.
friends and to the pul* gemrally that
she ha just receaved n ew supply et
White and Red Ithine Wiee, da quality ww
SIsuperipr to that reeived last . The publis
t' marely spa this wise bei true and acJ
St j of i e grape, as it canm from the vian
yIab a theRhbie. Call and try it
augll GABRIEL lIEHLER
'G ee age 1 . toee eJasW.
rt Oyster Saleo .
Cotee We~saº l HeI
f Oyer alns, Amerly kept by
Aassaio ragliems, at the ernssr (
Bank and fillier areem will to opened by the
ka d i o01 the 6th of Demaber 180. wham
t he rays keep Good Lior, a gSedhabMe
and fresheet Oysters. is Meade sad te
publi gerally are respectfully invited ia
d sad jd fur thlaselves. Their patrean is.o
licited, mad will be hi hly appuc d.
nov24 LOUI PIATIoLONUO.
rfI ande.sigaed informe Ms Meadsd the
J. mblic, that be he rem led heat hLeM
.stmKia thL e aser of El and lSetia a,
:o the corner opposite, i the new ricl
buit by Mr. Aves, where he will alw have
ceie a cotianmance eof the hAem e aid
it friads and the panlic Is
I Have just meueeived fas
reck of Goods
that weltw bseg ht t maIret.
ad Tw the pio e, hee
r g tm hSeeig s/ ....
Ta ah cks meshe tei athe.,
1. I ,merU t g-r.
.i lugary s - ...
and .wa. l ee..l, l
. mesalheiwmsd iatyps
Wed warl elmes hs.Iepry a
Chant., for mgm frthse
S 8 ie au.