American traveller
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Title: American traveller
Uniform Title: American traveller (Boston, Mass. 1825)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W. Badger & R.L. Porter
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: April 17, 1829
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 5, 1825)-v. 18, no. 53 (Dec. 30, 1842).
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Related Items: American weekly traveller (Boston, Mass. : 1839)
Succeeded by: American semi-weekly traveller (Boston, Mass. : 1843)

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By BADGERI & PORTER, N,. 63.. C.-uri Sr-iew.
Corn,ir of C',t, r u-I l iar/l,.t Sttiii.
Ti aT'; .ir T m rrn m%.:!i lP.
FO)LIt D:ul.Lk R l',r anr.nur,, psiable ihlf-
early i in ,lv ar e.
I Ri -Sl or .An LRi .T I[
Noei 5,5e linit a hil" sq'cire, 7 5 cent I:r re.: in-
s.-'rt n, ,i. inl '12 c ,nrs rIr :,in-h 5u ir.; n.l' n r...... -r I
Mo!re thin : hlil" a.-O j le.'s lil a i qun r.-. 'f u 1 r ilir .-
ilsrtl5irn, id 1 centi. tir eIi cnl ilnrnurane. A
square. 1. S) fr'ir h- in-.rie r., arn.J -25' *:i,,- l ...r
eac h crnt...i rncr.:. B, lIt u,, v i I.r ,,luar.q '_i),m "-
cludinma tite piper; nr '17T. wuinou it
.All Stage, o-. Sretm But N nr,..es .II b- inr,er,,l
Sander titae he "Sr.n L RP u.. i F ." g,-.,Tuii.-.u-s ;
if ord-cr.ad 1nt LIhe aJ..-riu,ri.. clI... 'mn'. ihv m.Il bni
ela- geid 1.r.
In .-,;n',eri.n stnh ihe T Tvr.i.LLE. thei STAGEI
REGC I'E t is pu a.ldr. i, si npPlemenL. on,:e in
tWo m,oniths.
rrii .)F t Rrr TRmr IrT AND RERGITER.
SFIVE DOLL RS a )eir. payable hilf )early in
nlvic1. In no-c.4e. wmili the Rgister be i-Sred ncp-
-aratle from the Tra.itller.


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.St'o I:'ilr.--'The tIravellinr g ason i ap-
ir-ro'liih gm,'mm'h-rn niny 'ehaniia: ,rill be made on

imrinie-r. I i? th.-rfure nimportant I;-r emer; oin-
er or a.uioi to -e- L it a proper Daiio,e:o or rie line
with whibh he is i,:.mine.-Ad i, iraintrinLd o tIhe
Boston Stare Rete,'--ihe onl perd.i I: t, ael-I
]ers' gaide publihF,4d in thi counliri.. All in lr-
mation iorTnded uir lle re ril niunber of the R -
gister, niu sl be re,:n,-it by Mond-J'i '-';th in-t. as
it is in ii :me pir-par liun mrid amill proiflly 3ap-
pear orn thi ftirsr' Tue-d i.t M.',i).
The capl.tin_ ir agent, of the North river snram
iiats have been sometimes remiss iti l'., %i-af.1,n_
information; and the request is no.w respeclu 1i
made to each of them, to send, if not partici-i ...
at least as full an account as convjbifBIn
boat or tliosec ne r. .
.jifontpe,',f, i 'n / ir, 't.. it ,. L ('.. M i.;I
Srlae ei e 4 i,-r lr -.," ., i d y t, \Vtid e-- y
Zi d I.i 11 a lier ithe trri Il ol ihe B..--icor.n id
B rlinir irir mr'I -i ; i-.-, a,-d i rrIve- I- Hardi ick
.,l 6 .in-re Fp *' -I-lee- Harnlwick- rui.day.
Thursday all.J Sal.jrda ,nJ arri l,:- ie' Si irirud
at 6 p. m. -le, .n- Sri.read Mond-av, WeVriire-
day ar.,l Frilty riornir.g at 6, an-I arri e- inr,
'; Hardwick at 6 same p. ir.-e16aves Hardwick
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning at 4,
and arrives in Montpelier same days; in season
for passengers to take the Boston and Burling-
-ton stagea.-Proprietors, Putnam & Hollister.
f'.r,r-. -ter, .1F. A- Puritwirience, R. I. ,Steam
Boao nitd .l, ..:,i,araliiuri Sltat, leave- Wuor-
ce. er T"'Je-iay, Th ur-d-iy anri S.tlrdaim- n -rn-
ing at .1. sna ",irrit '3 ['rom ,criei in ..e,'oin Io
lak- lIthe 1rsna Lilt lor Ne. YTork-lc-1 e- Pro-
Sideace iW e.lIe-d.iy. Fri-Jay arin SiuIday atr 1
a. m. i. i nhe *arn,,al of lie tc arid arrives in
Worce-rer ai i p. in-.-_foe -2.i -
SVoteifttr, .t/s. utnd Pi:-iicii,.-.4, R. I. .lIJ
Stage, leave, WVirce-ier tmery mo.rrirg, exc-il.t
Surndas, atl arni arrives in P o. tlrence at hIf
pi-t 4 p mi. on s .rne nroile a e. uoppo-rie d J ,
-le ae.i M-onroe'., Cot:ri'e- Ho.i-e, Pr.:i, nI;.te.
e-. erv rilcaril iexc- .' ir.tu. it -. ciJ ai rl e-
in iVWorce-r ,. li ,lt I..-lt 1 ap n. -Mondav,
SWedne-dr'v an F-.J ,', ,a s. un.berlirIid hHill,
rWoorsoket Falls, Blackstone village, Mendorn
and Upton--Tsues-iL. Th.i-L a&y acrnd Saturday,
. via. Smithfield. .ltier tille, ULiXtr.dgi and Sut-
to,--fare $2,25.,


9c-BOOKS often at AN OFFER-with -.r :,.m
out'Cash. p6fi i[.r 7

ISRAEL GLOVER has for sale, at No. 45, Court
street, 'nearly oppositethie Old Court House, Ital-
ian Silk Umbrellas-this silk being made to order, is
far superior in strength and quality to any other manu-
facture-Oiled Cloth and i.i-nu Tfn Umbrellas-Para-
otls,'with ivory handles, Kni...i. ''. Silk, white, green
and brown Fringes-commrSon do.
Jde't received by late arrivals,.Bass Horns, .erpeints,'
siew form-French orns'--Trombones-Double Bass
Viols, largest size-Violincellos, patent Screws--first
quality Violins-common do-Clarionetts, from 5 to 13
'fkeys-Flutes, from 5 to 8 keys-Ebony Fifes-Bass
and Tenor Drums-Trumpets, from 1 to 8 crooks-Post
llHIrns-4 keyed Octave Flutes.
Fresh Roma-i Violin Strings.
The above Instruments, being made to order, are of
the best quality. Iaw4t-april 10
The Subscribers have for
sale two New improved
f Steel spring Stage Coaches;
three Stage Coaches huag
on jacks; one small Stage
Coach, with two seats;-e
one Large Second hand
Tl' Stage Coach; one Second
it e size, with three seats ; one
Second hand Hack Coach.
(bDealers in Carriages
are respectfully invited to call onu
Salem, April 7th, 1829. ep6w

U'tR. PRESTON, No. 77, Grand- St., New York,
.J. has succeeded in restoring to society 'numerous
individuals, who had long been running the destructive
sace u/.Intemperance. His plan is original and wholly
..- ,f danger.
Sb.:,,:: who wish to be cured by this means can call
n Mr. DANIEL NoYVS, Druggist, No. 13, Market
tr. who is sole agent for the Proprietor in the city oh
lioston, and has the liberty ofreferring to some of the,
most eminent'of the Faculty and Clergy of this place,
to whom the Medicine and Treatment have been dis-
closed. Certificates may be seen at the Agent's store.
All applications will be strictly confidential.
March 10 law

r-DI)EDHA'I HOTEL. iELECT!ONq. ing out aireater or smaller quantity of lava. ae- Wa
Th rl.d-scnthcur rsi}.ifiulI, irfuirm. hi' coding o the violence of the action. b
.--cnI hr,,,l a, heparlic.r1, 1itl he D E.lur, r T- t CON.IAN n iL3OSO.PH.-Thegeneral One Ial6 adduced in support of lh;. theory, is. N
r.rse H r ,rill. lt i r .n sdlu r.n-t erfe-L, it h.,a already) produced. a,e maniariest- that the temperature increases as you descend in- ai
:.rls. .Jar.y ii.rll.nd r npr.'-n.i- vare-' t-.--n e-d it, the -pirit of independence and free inquiry to the earth, on an average rate, in Europe, of oil
,ii,..-, lm.icl, hr'e Jch c.,Je trat..r n Jet ..l,- d 'I.iii'-n ,.rt: hic:h ha, mna :ed ;ir pi .giasn But this is to be one degree to em ry 41l" t' lt. This inereae -of it
anrd aleg-lice g .I the haIue- |igard,.d arn sa.ir:-el' %et commencedd. For. lemperatute as the depth inmcenses, i.- established, i
Ifri ne ir.se ia ,.-d sdi -plrenl.d D.T...ne Hall. ,Irng.p na ii ma; .e-rin. lle principles of Bacon's it seemris,,-b a glet number of experiments. G
I., .ylk inmw.srkntman.lip, ai.d .lhbed..- bv ail .iar,: .. n l"rP rl *T re rearcely eti ntroducd into their This theory is supported by other facts nimen- n:
,ihe aicrIr t. Part,,:. from ti- ee s., r .'[:rm. pli. c pr phre of pe ation. It mwas n naral for tioned in the artinle. thich is the niost inteest'eg
nli r.. n, ll hreei. l. ilfirnn eII. rind. ,:n rrunr a. those who ioanid it so dticult to conlorn their piece of geploieal science rwe remnendler to har,
bl.- term. e\cellenit ac.:.ain.a.)iJat,.:.ns arin- e.%ry v reces- otn minds to their nflunirce. to suppose them to read, andg-Hil induce a great any readers of the M
-~ar atte.ro. be too sublime for childhood and youth. But the review tfad Ithe works of Co.dier and Scrope. e
hlct_ e p. tr-enarullrge, and a..-r,rtl r, s ubi1.:.ra, n.., science, u-f education is beginning to be better un- which ftur@ibh the subjects ot' it. it is, as wve
Iams, tilbae spard mitgt tm riTlsileC it'aci:..,nr dertood; and it will soon be seen that Bacon suppose, nirequence of this theory, that our P
t all hroit whlo tnmor Ium -wiIth i,. ii-.,m. has had no truer follomner than Pestalozzi. Edu- planet wi ne di.beeome a solid liuzen mass, w
(F.HORSES and CARRIAGES furniche,.l a, ith.- c-or. is nor beginning to be regarded as con- a dead icy lobe. nnl s this lingering dos-olul.on T
slinrtst notice. JAMES BRIDE. -;itno not so, muin:h in the acquisition of know- sliould l( rrested by a general contigration, Ih
Feb. It0 if ld.e.d as in the formation of philosophical habiLt whereby b hall be reheated, and after again pass- al
LION TAVERN. of nir.d. For the Hue philosophy of mind ;i as ing the .l tic state, be graduaill cooled down to ol
Thi iib3crlbcr, m,.o ir e %fr;il \ .ar. ppheiible I-. children as to men. The Idea that -I ihabliabI temperature. A Iarrow belt about i
hmconrdu.:e. r,e MN raion Hi-) Br, h.i.i, r, the deaon of ih. tles and ,pioblenis are to the equ a. homne.err-. -he float, .-... c
htakr te ira., cic,, m i,.i,,,a- h-b learned by rote, d te ,nnd Isstored.-itb freo a in M a '. ,
ment, W st,,on enrD era,, at ihe .ign of th.i Li.,n. kno-'.lcdgo Ilr the uses of -atMer- lil. t ast be- "- "
r.ic ha. a b.iin rep .,.. d iiT.fpr.[e... u-d'ir tei dire.c- ..in u ohole.le Aldd__A d erid a .ansdl'isi -nu Ge ri -a o'rari-m-f -t iflF i'r-i c- ai
,-,..n ,if-.-FS -uier. And;'-t,. B;iaonrer,-Eu.-. ii--i.n,:'- "wor T-in-'5,r u-l'n-ss attempt in force the 'young rtRY.-iMr. V;llur mina hienmoit ilbehl read be- a
-be.cale ed a t l.e -. .. r,-, ... ,,: nid ,o retain by an unnaluri l rrasp, hat it ran- fore the A ..idemv of Scieinces of Paris alf-.i inri-
m .nis o"r ti-is '.':pi ,,".ihand dinn ero d ano conoprehend, our ch.,ols av ill sooas become tin.,in that ihe duit.,on of hun.an g ,eit,c, onN
padnies, mbiq.j if. arl, uMh b,-.arers, mmill rm etile the niUe tnsei tes of intellect-pla'es amee the w ., l:ine crlounded wih Ithe inei-n dinaimon .it l
f,r as v ai 1 i he, cun lie al anc oiher lt:.u-s. ..- Hi. inf'a nt miin inlstad of natiein and dignsd wmill life,w i and Ihat M Fan re-r is thei oI l', person Iaiii Io
n,. Al jai.i'r i.:, iS ist''ern,,s a lirc-. table v hi. i n a, ,,irei a tihirst rafter klno' ledge, and learn ih-re lh.- declined tle duii ,il n o ,r,e,-r il. on iii a cleat r "-r
ht-,thouni' I'., : -.t v [il" s,.,'F i nd I .s .J m.ir.al ,'l ,,J i ani ,- ri- 1 of ii s own du'e eloprniii-nt. And irnsierind of and peitin iarrane, h. h ia i-d, lth i. in ihm liue li:.n, il
,-n lnaan, -...it'nas n,. ri-,, 6i ,ru.. i t ,'ccoit .,i,,inr nf being del,-d m .,Il mrttiiieal tlnweis. .and luadc-d J lii h fi nleii-'lini to ailurl li..in'r, .,d .I.1un- II
I,..' -u hom h: 'il e hap i. n ,h unnitur l fruit. it ill I.e .nouraged lair-,_.. i-e.e nifm be. p,:.n-,_ rd Ir b.ihl, i
I. -,f'ter a pluC, J isi r., b?,ed.arnil .a i-sri,.1 L.--r.ir ti c. e hilt its .ot n loots i tno HIe eirth, anud -pr dil 1 t ihe .luhi ..-n c tf geir tli-.n- -i ni-nri-b-.-i i p liiis. ,
F-b SAMI jEL DliDLEY. branches ito ihe-r srnft minuentc- '.," h-.a .nn. ainctl d i rile C1-.-..i.dn .dar.lo, -un tiger in-:h.un le i '
.TAG I OUSE, lhu b-3 mtrade capable of the purpo-ses of its oin d irari :n i.fc line 11 ern.-iau,.t I:. hI'1-hoinii p,?r-,ni.
T V ",i-rsl^ l _. d-. n"r pi-e nl. no ul- r.6 .eli let lthln li,,m i r l ,:r, lr tl II
B H. Ii E I.r i- I; ". .J i.- 'i. ; B t he upplIc-. inn of ithe ;nudie-iv i eih,.-,i Ial ,, r:-,.n-, r, dthire c.:- iiln.ori duli.n .in ol ra. : is -
f^ l purallic timl e Ias re l .,,h-IJ -. i lr- Ihe aiua rrI world hs, been r .im d $: t-Idi i i Trea- mm hit ii is culf p,,rl ine no ,iJ-Oermhitr. H-le thrin
W si-lut 1 c...c. t.-- b Aib h l i u. -i s ar f.or the cunvenrience and g.,rarii."ilion ifl nin. _hz16-.d ihit tbi n\l\ praci_ i l menil d ofl n ,l:du.i-. n
r., lli .ii h n B r Ti. i- r ii I :.Br Lot Itir e I.p- I are i n g ,.c,, 'nenpljl,.-.n of h- ihii ,,--it -s-ful mianier, a tnt, ie r-in- e
h, n il*b,"Itrn--ilse-r'rinerrn in- dnn,:rnmnnr s 's I'ih a icr
i n.i hI'r .hii r p, :r H.:' -z I.,li e bE o 6 bi. Io e d ied o a re ,o-rne.p f ne zl d- h.:,|,- ,| '*-,-nI ,uil,.,i." d,:kDmen 4 i ,to h--d e r -
I 1. -.:r r.. .i i n .:'. rn r i, ii .l ,:h-r. i I.ral phl o --p l. i i ii d vi. of r .- I ,, i lle rE cr. L.ut lht I re
.inn m .l.:a--r i- n,:ri ,-ri ,_-.:.rn.ru ir..-. i,- -nIiti,:t. 1 1 ihpriicipal o- h, lis- n-l be.-bi dii.-l,'i ii t.i-.. ; ijm ii t- n- r ii:.iaIc- lt-h I -pl t ionly dd in ia li r
-.'.. '. J ia .r rc0,. .:.-..'n.-... 10...- 1 in--i ls r -l i ni i i [r:nei r is' i ih- .lie.m ii'il .: nr r enil r- t e-- i.'l r lt- -u,:h I-.l in : be l.n de- ir Fia nei. H e iien t i
r l1. i/'a. I' Iin s hp d a hii-A uti ) p,I .:i ...l i. --im onI ,.:,: .nurt e of lie metuliod li':hi i eit- n'
TO BE LT, r. i'rean-ion upion tile ihmind it-: r. ienTi ana e ii : i"J p, l in ni.:-nmiir ig lii mian draitnin .ot .i- '
,iil \rn- ir.,-his,-- ---------.... *:,.--i--"nereased .vie tih ard vigor and independerie 1,.i,, 1 ,n P-i' ii, Ien erliiert.-hrtli century;, that is :
., P'NET HIl TLL ...'- -' a c- fin(. in hii.:n d ac beinninmnt to. be manifested by to say, in finding tit, nim'ri Imlaue' ,if the interval of
r.'I.' i '.l I f-il-tobe .. ,'i .' d "11 ..i-ire. 'ri hi a arru tot. ,J to the .p.mis re- iLt- I im cri, l e birth of a father anid the birth of
-- -. ,- P ,.- 'i--.use.' ceived from the principles of a ..idh ri s.it l ph. ,-,e t" I n., -nl, '.Millil regard to. the order of
-'.'.." r r., r .'" i. p,: hp, These: have to : do l,-.:1-,il r I,. i b;,h %i h. n -tli...i has the inconvenience b
i- Ar.rnv n. t t' i.n'., G. ,'iin-. Q.,.r-,. ir po\ n .,-s angi operations, and the coriiiI..I d Iiii rn 110pp,.-.it,,: I -i ,ne generation for a family; but -
iMr. f i L r._'., ii i I., r, m ,: F-'-..- htabnl- cial t l nu 'mind.. And' ,iinr ii.-1:i, oi det l ,ii ..o-,ri... .... disappears when the I, :-b.... *
i'.r 1 ,. iL.n.. 1 Ii [lite tru6 laws of natural scinc-. I:n rn- tel;r, ,i in i I -I m number of families taken :,I ,I "r-
NEs Ii AT I'rt-;1. m.:lime -mue, ,hirii their wholesome influer'- p,..-n ri(1-n ,, 11ri i.l'], ithe parishes of Paris, and-'l'aui :Ill ti
ti. tindrit i-;l- Natural science is the >'%vrlid In ii,; m,: .,.i, ,..-ifthe century. To determine 'l-:
which-the mind loves to labor ; and the ln-iii':n: -i imn-i.:ii C" family, M. Villot took from i-

S' open air. mencement of the .century. By this method, 0
Baut, as ava said br-fare. lthie benefits are not which'embraced thd'whole century, and which a. c
Stranfi-trable -froint one rii;nir to another. The voided the special circumstances of the inhabitants th
s health and strength of m hi':i as.- nrspealin ir ne as..to their place -if -iderru.., their station in so- t
such as can be acquired ionl b3 ir niidulI appih- city, and.the oid.-r .c-f Lirth of their children, the t
cation. It is impossible, from the 'very nature.of o utror coltleted 1st,. 482 observations, fram
the case, that the same identical truflh 'can be ich there results, dm.t, in Paris, during the
I con6mrh micatid from one lpi:.,'n to an,:thlier. The L ihiet iih century, to the tinie of marriage, the
.I-OSEP MI. SHORBIBitNE. fruit can be united to no blanch but that which mean age of a iann has been 29 years 68 bun- I
T (Oftt tatfirn, of .si,.,'t.,' c t, mead,) produced it. The cemeilt of ii ,in rg union is deJli,., and that ofa woman 24 years 72 hun-
I tkn St.re N,--. ;i. \V i,,. ei,'. il :,t0 something more than ..the mere power nf'adhesion, drith; ar id imih d liullthediflirerice of rg between
im, B-.:.i, ,l-ni mina. ,,I, mIn.. t be-,c ,. i. .,.,,-,- rtie orart miait suppiv it' place. As has ali]eadv been the two engigna p-,;i.:ha i been, rmi imean3terrm, I
t,.[ -,- d r-n .: i le a .-hi. i .,riner.r i ii A I ob-e ed. [ t ered ..-re,, i ismereiL the e it.rniJ be-nelit 4 e.siS tio huladledH.. 2i1/ t tllret pec to the s
6TLOiEs ar,.i IUMBRELLAS. l,,,li-c ic- ..1I oill ,t of Irue natural philosoph'y- whih- is-imide corn- "generosttiu o afa 'umity- M. Villot procured 505 ob- w
Fo mairtinn l imn-R e .r t -f,.i, *.'t.i rr. ar.3 i( aiT ob;;.:t nion lo ll. t A .a\ i. ip.-.i n de. and fic' liti. at- -.e ons for th' amlie aond 43 ri the fe- i
J. 'A .. It. n lia o- i hr Iba d an assortmee t of- ii *- .It.,l- m iI all ..n n-ritw % inrs irs nun tnr.rintrirsiun ie. 'lIe-.' iter limm at i Imnls. d during lliie
J.-n. -. has nowm hand nssortf alen te dier- uses. But for this object much lanour and per- ,ighteenth century, up to the period of the birth a
L .Lrui,, ,.t- .' i-n o sonal investigation is necessary. And it is noi un- of a son, the-mean age of a mother was 28 years u
''t IiMBRELLAS. common thing,;even at the present day, to u-ee 17 hundredths; while, from 505 observations rel- l
London,! Nw Y'..il. tr..- Plriiideiji.,' Silk, .Oiled ritny who bhinve enjoyed all the adrantag-- tif ed- active to the male sex, there results,.that it 'Paris, a
Linen, and Gingham Umbrellas. station wviicih our country affords,, whvo have yet during the same century, the mean age o .a .fath- s
Englis and French Buckskin, Doe, Beaver, Goat made no advances in true 1,pliiIos..ily. l'h~ 1 er, at the period of the birth of a son,'was 33. yrs.
Skin and Kid Gloves. episw-aril 10 may have becomneacquainted witli ti. results, but 31 hudredths. This interval representing the
they have not been disciplined by the pi",'-.-- 'duiratiodi of a male generations it follows that there
But much is to be anticipated from the chtnin,.s t hve been about three generations at Paris in the '
-a h this respect which our elementary schools are ex- eighteenth century. ..M. Villot remarked, that this
S hibiting. Not only more of the rising generation duration coincides with that which was adopted
I will becorne imbued with the true, principles ,of -by the Greeks in their chronological calculations- t
philosophy, but they will have the'advantages of a remarkable result, if we consider the difference e
I an earlier commencement, with, no injurious pre- of manners of the two nations, and of'the climate e
judices to overcome. We may predict with cer- :of the two countries. In order to determine the I
'tainty that great advantages will result from these degree of confidence which the mean numbers ob- Y
.i I improvements ; but we cannot with accuracy .de- taiiuied by his observation merit, M. Villot has ap- a
fine their character nor measure their importance. plied to his irivestigatipin a rule of M. Fouriers,
4 i Journal of Education. calculated to make known the limit of the error
V it o I Iwhich a mneau value furnished by a certain nuin-
JOHN ASHTON, NEW THEORY 0o 'r HE ARTH.-The new bar of observations may present; and thereresults
_AS ju't ree-ivpri new assortment of MUSIC-, theory of the-earth, which makes the subject of from this application, that the limits of the mean s
'AL INS [FR P'.IEN IS,. rom Germany and the first article in theApril number of the N..A. 'of these numbers do not exceed, 2 months, more .
Lorndon, c-.:.pr,-irg Il.r..,i;hi Bs-,s Viohucellos; Vi- Review, supposes all the materials of the. globe, or less; and hence, that those numbers are the i
-lirrn: T ..iC,,,.a; d'. wiohut. assliodes; French to have been once in a state of fusion, a vast un- :true expression of the mean value sought, since it
1.rr r.-,,,in Cases; do, without; "Bass HornbtdTurk- R u
islIels ;JewisheC- .'ili0n ""ir' [- vith keys listed sea of liquid lava, in which the materials is certain that, by repeating this operation, a great I
Post Irns; 6, 7 a -: 2 -'igl- r'l It- B. and C. of the present'rocks, and earth, and all the solid number of times, and by comparing together the
Clarionets,' StJo4'i'e'" 'In.iii,,,.,. -:.&c. &c. "partsof the globe,.were in a melted and fluid numbers obtained by the new operations, it would
-of D, ',,'n. S,..... ,,',', Bass 'Strigs; Violin do. state, which would, of course, convert all the turn out that the, number which would express the i
nof-n.-.: il. n-.ir. n o Wholesale or l; l- .,' Cwater of the planet into steam, or decompose it union of all those which would surpass the value
wt -8to\^..,. 1 sive nbr-is. ,,toi gasses, or it would be decomposed and' the in question, divided by the-nfumber expressing thIe
N. B Instruments of all kinds repaired at srt elements again combined into the form of water, union ofthose which would be beneath that sare
notice, at the abve str- alternately, ascending, descending, and driving value, would give for a quotient unity, or a fiae-
No. 197, WASHINGTON STREET. athwart, in this turbulent, chaotic atmosphere, tion very near unity; or, in other terms, that the
apr 7 Itf I :, ui,2 bove and .enveloping the no less.chaotic probability of the limits of this error is repIresentred
STiEVENS' PATENT DA-tANCES .i:,I Cr-'drj.nucleus in the centre. The water forms,. by the fraction one-half, since there is one to one, a
T AMOS STEVENS, wae are told in this article, on onfifty thousandth oone to two, to be laid, that the error which mnay
\at hisold tand, No. 5, parti of the present globe, and if the other49,999 have been committed will not exceed the limit of
l Market Square, squth parts were heated, some thousands of years agd, two months and a.fraction, and as much to lay, that
t- mde of Faneuil Hall, to the degree here supposed, the whole oceap, or' ill surpass them in its limits.
M-/ X A i and has constantly on rather the water which now makes the ocean, -1 "
hand, for sale, a.com- would be raised and expanded, into. an immense FLORIDA.-The seat ofthe Territorial Govern-
l/g/ B '/? plete assortment ofPa- atmosphere, about a nucleus consisting of the ment was established at Tlallahassee in .1824,
/r- ti -. tent Balances, and ap- heavier, but as yet fluid parts of our planet ; which was then an inhospitable region, upon a
/! \ paratus ofevery driscrip- Which, with this burning -cantre enveloped in va- section.of land which had been given for that pur-
tqulnarntany miaufactur- por, smoke and flame, wandered, booming and pose by the United States, and the Legislative
rumbling through space like a coieiti, until, at the- Council sat there the latter end ofthat year. Corn-
ed in 'this city, and weiglits graduated to the various era of our creation, it was arrested nid fixed in niisisioners were then appointed to superintend the
standards of Forei Countries BALANCE, f its present orbit. It is supposed that tie Ilheat of building of a :-r.i l.- ind to sell the public lots.
weighing ay ad othr avy loaig, on th latest this turbulent mass of'elerents -was by degrees The town .wasiiediately laid' off into. lots of
an the most approved plan; the. only kind used in, dissipated and wasted in the 'void,profounrd,' un- convenient size, and the proceeds oftheir sale (up-
this city, and many of the neighboring towns, and are til the surface of the globe consistedof one il- waids of 25,000 dblars) appropirintedlto the build-
hig., t' n...i.,...h.l I. ll v. ... i,.:r ,..I-, I lem. limitable ocean of hot water, just below boiling ing of a wirig of the capitol; for thieuse of the
L.. .. .,, in ...i... i..r.. ai..I r.i *-. n n.l i...; as- point, whei the superior part of the heavier fluid, territory. This town was incorporated in 1825,
sortment of Tin Ware and( ,r ,'.."--..-.I. ..-ery the lava, had become formed into a thin crust, and has rapidly increased in population from that
(,-, i .,. n ad.r, hd TINA tN's TooLs and Peck's which was hrve up by those internal convulsions time. It now contains about 1200 inhabitants.-
Palr.tim i. i MACIINES. .which now cause earthquakes, but which were The wilds around it have yielded to the hand of
{IyThelc above articles are warranted to be of the then a thousand times more frequent and violent industry, and lavre become quite populous, the
first quality, and will be sold as low as at any other than they are in our days; and this crust still in- earth producing f its fruits in abundant propor-
maeaorystpma y in this city. cre-asing iln thickiness ms the coohiig pi'ocess pro- tions, such as to enable the planter to reap a coma-
ceeded, was still again broken and hove up by petent reward.
CORN WELL WILLIS' & CO. these tremendous convulsions, until by degrees, The country is rapidly rising in importance, and
BRUSH AND BELLOWS MANUFACTURERS. from age to age, the dry land of the present con- it will continue to advance, as it becomes moie
eNo. 220,WAruiN n o STRET,' tinents and islands was formed, with all its irre- known. The Eastern section attracts more atten-
Three doors no-r ofSmmer Street, Boston, lsrae tion now than ever, and several solid capitalists
Sthe following articles viz :- So far, the theory, as well as we understand have lately settled themselves in it. There are
Cloth Brrshes, Ground Paint do. the matter, is not totally unlike any thing that very rich bodies of land, which in a few years will
Penetrating lHair do. Varnish do. had before been imagined. But we now.come to become so improved as to contribute much to the
Crumb do. ,Graning Tool do. what we suppose to be the novelty of the theory, wealth and independence of the United States.
NilTooth do. Gilt Duster do. namely, that the cooling process is still going on, The twelve mile swamp, lying near St. Augustine,
Shaving do. Hatter's.do: in our planet, the centre of which is supposed to consisting of an unbroken hammock of about 20,-
Silver Smith's do. Brass Founder's do. be, at this instant, a mass of liquid burning lava, 000 acres, is a real object of speculation, and
Sash Toolsdo. covered with a crust of about sixty miles in thick- worth the consideration of a company of capital-
White Washi, and every description of common low- ness, being, however, thicker in some parts than ists, if such an one could be formed. From this
priced BRUSESJapanned, Ca\ed and Turned in others, our own solid continent being supposed hammock other smaller ones diverge in various
-*uMachIie Work, of every' description, made at to be of greater thickness than that of Europe, direotonus, and there is a chain of them running
the shortest notice. whence the greater degree of cold here than in south for mile, within a few miles of the coast, as
qlDealers in the above named articles may be sup- the same latitudes there. The volcanoes, in mninm- far down as Cape Florida. Again, the St. Johns,
plied, at the shortest'notice, and on the mrost'reasona- ber about two hundred, are spiracles of this inter- which enters the Atlantic about equidistant be-
ble terms.--Blacksmith's BELLOWS,-warranted. nal molten sea, through which, from time to time, tween St. Augustine and St. Marys, is a la-rge river,
April 7 eptf it belches out its lava, when compressed by thIe running 150 or 200 miles into the country to the
PRINTiNG. contraction of the crust. Another cause of the southwest, and affords a good navigation for
('hiDERS received at tho American Traveler Oh- eruptions of the vulcanoes is supposed to be the vessels drawing 8 aed 9 feet water. Along the
tNG rice,63 Court Street,i- ...u.. ......I.. h-,B PRINT- generation of immense volumes of gas, in this in- shores of tims noble river, as well also as along the
SG of all Blain dsi s c i'- I and-bills. eternal reservoir, which struggle and heay.e and numerous arms and branches vvhich empty their
lCPt'articular attention wali be paid to tle execution shake the incumbent continent, until, with an ac- waters into it, are rich bodies of land, which must,

of STGE BILLS,of all sizes ad everydescriptio cumulated power, they finally force themselves er long,be.onverted into extensive sugar pa
t n 6 out through the volcano, at the same time throw- stations. The Alachua country, situated a little

Lest f this river. and whichc h is.principIlly clau;ind in the former. only 1.234,0I00, or I,' s than 4
v an eils.rpising coniparnr, chrly citizetinsl oi p.i6ds eath-tlei-imalin the population of Gieat
'i,.,-1 uIk, :rlnp erise a fine bad c. l'suiga lands, Brntla at 17 rin llioin-z. a id th,,t l f France ;at 31
nd is now settling %i- I'Jja. TheOckin -ha sru is nilhons.l It i. oearka.ble, that under the
p, into this country a distance ol' nmai, mil-es;arid French Emplie onli, 141.<4.1.t quintals of sugar
S ll not be liing before a tow'jn will sprIng up on weie con:uiiiid. arnd on the rcstoialrion iort than
s head rwaterir uldcouJderable inportle. The 80u,000. --
ol,.rnrhenr i;- Ial,,a ie2 e Iues torende tli,h iii er PEI.rI RFrACI ictN --Pe, fl'delion is a term used
am gable, i hirh, in'r, b,. done at small ep,:nse. to denote the coni erosion of gtlrable arnd animal
substancess into a slony ab .lanrce. having the
INrERPRET.ATroN OF r HERO'.G Lv pHIcI(.- fllipe arnd apparent texture of the nrigiinal. it .is
Ir. Charnpollorn. in. ori hil road It Toulon to ipopsible to explain preri-ely the manner in
mrbjik Ino, tE,p-, i-topp.'d Imo d.is at Ar., iith which this change take place. It is eaidenl.
[. Sillier. anid exmine.el n or t elie Eg)ptliai hotu eter. that thlle .-rlhy nobstarne uist tt ir he
ap)ri. whiCh had been puch a sed -ome earsiago, dr-sol, ed lin wrie-i, and tihe vegetable or animal
ith other anmi.uine.. I'iomn an Egoypftin sailor.- must tbe nn-mersed in this solution.
lhe- tere pmn,-ipally p.areis 6o aituals which Suom suppose that a particles f the vegetable
id been deprnired with mummies; but here was master is rieliored b, dcormiposition; its place is
uo iTe contract ...ft. ie sale of a house in the reign supplied by Ihe deposition of an earthy p oticle
f'oip u the Piilerilr-c-: .nd linallv three rolls. n- ibro the solution; -hatl'lh]iprocess g6os o till the
iled logeLber and wrriitr' over iith fiie ,de .t Foli im changed. _The mq.irp-ltben _r_'1?
Tar- atr.., rci i s aijl kino.i fbr op. bv ,, t .ude ri c&,,h.-.i .v .li6 .6 U
arl Wlae r ri1A-A o9f4pns'dE: I i-.. a .t1
-tfeIc- -flkr .-iipo'll7in'9aistlorl.hnner.T, co-r,. -nei re Da' h.el-and' 5alphigi io corncluade that .ifie
Hii..ti .,t' thil ('a i. i,o n,- or Ses ,.ris eaithy solut;k.n i, ab-sorbed by ihe vegetable, that
ii a. filed aliso, Sil.. o, S th.)is and ,ibl p.r- e ai killed a.ith an earthy deposit, and as
:< iri ,.e.-,.IUIt [I tle initL rrcUiirlanlo:il i rh-,e i.r- able d lcon;poi .. in. patieles are crrn ied.
1 s e eil,-e, --i-. ri.; .).briie--; r lir h le ll h rja ?r -.,l. or l' b rh e after, and t alt- in FroerA. i orf littr
i5 t'oc,- ri,.J d. jiI l ol h _i' Jlni T he iijil- 'eiet part i.,- of' tie lorL nii l .u ,l'rn ,e i' renm ov-
ea p( i. Firnliled "i 3it a di,-.lai,.lvnri ..I hfe indsori- ed. .rt,i,. I tI le r1-nain- a -alone hi..\ug the appear-
n, whol after stalli l i nr r *.1ie i' i il -. sa.1 S an-I -e L. ii-1 e '1 iei.-il.l in et., \ le4.pect:. T his
,i- % i,,e In tihl.- : ilh l "f iiii,; n 1.' SloIini ilte,,, p t ipoci lhi: l the p -',. iridd ,rlid partS of
Rh-a --1--. h.1;n of iri ,:i ,n n :i:'Inoml i, i. tih V%,6ud .rire In 'ert,.d i f iit peiirtaclion, o that
Mi. hA'lni piloi is- prl n.ii.d. or, hire leurn vht ni v IT -olid in -ri.one become tlb.: prromas part
oin [pi. iTo 2'e a-o ,?:I Iple i la li r. [hu' .f ili,. .: r. .Aiiiri'l p t..trir-f' lir.r l e fe rm-ed in
liililri-.- "lp 1 i, p-rrd rj l' the i-'.r i I r u.:l .* I.: lli ,n,1r- .' .\ .
S ii.e ." I.l "-.- nl, mp['1-r.tl\ ill. r'1i e- lP'trlf.:,oIii' r a mItounJ mtr -i in coinriti-s ,where
; ii- u% ii lI .- p ried iiJ h- I 0 .I :.:d .Ani .il o ,',f ,jilT iernt I irnd aie
-r ,o-l. 1. tl .., .,J:r i h-i ii d Se-a; so fh:lt a .itrnrieJ -" -o 'i di-ti',gu-li'- d nr ri i-trJ l- cintlind,
iOi-t ifil.illjni pi:ii.J in cieni li-ill 'r; ,, ill bev i li,,,ma r. Itml tIhrt. ,r, r, 1.ril :'cl" tie haniaIn *'e-
,i i i-,J. l I in v.. ie _.ln-e '. rik ii beerld ; ,o .n o ri-1aenr ly
i, hi i-_, i-a N S. con i .n en.'e .nothei- rOi[,pos-r lint ha- b i .4en -oni'-.ii:,- 1tpber-r d as a petrified
-, A..-q.u i r-i .* ,.t' -'e G i t .r- A', .-'li-ca l 4iruniDn l..Ie n r .- t.,,,di)r haanti d.- Thi .S'./ul/-
,:'., t. I he r 1 h I.a '. I.. -r. I. .nd J.i ,,t ulr.
ir n 'ii lhe li.-2ri nniOi pi lh Iir.' .r ii r.-
;i-, !.i...,,nd 1.11. Ti'n- Aie-iir--nei .:n ,; [pp..-- O..lt Lr.AvE%.--l0 a Pore 11n ET e[h n's treati;e
A [ I, o .. r-:r_.,d lblor. Sc.,i:t- ii,' b,.i u-e ihe oorn r,-,r,. i -I 1. i i .. ad th i h l-, ik h..es aie IelV
nil i."i i. 0..In- i li-e Irinlh \ti "I ir- e ,,'.2l 1f ithe i-,. 'ul in i.t b,_J-. 1he I' ', 1 ,, in t he r Il.ed IO-
illi. r.l. Ch-an ,ip ll,,;n hid iul [i; e 10 c1 iter n 1.- g.ii-r *.-in rl' r it'-, I'All -Ihid. imny .be tlinedi-
I. :i p.rli i-iar e-iiriiiniJ on uftlne-e 1Ills. i; .%-d. t.r I-put -i ..r ur. r m a d kept tjll want-,
i'h- ilind 1,11 lai'de, 1T ii.i'lhroino i oras oti og) .,j I,, PF-.e lhn,: i f.-r ti- pile them up il
i-i-re n1i 0 ,l 6',th thee l .lliecis. It has not th- ..-pn ,r. lthi- .:m by a close fence, and
i-. n I'- pr:, ,ie ; Iut r'.i l .r.,Ilati prove of the ,.,r rf tlr i in % i' h r ai-, vr any thing that will l .e-
f,,,.t i i.-cr %-sr ` d'.J 1a. i.N -peel-d. IT cuitairs a cmh Iel r bloa i' a,,.. a ; then wet them with
L.nei,. ul [lie si%-iin Il.- he-men, a- known to water, and tread h-.i n down, repeating the pro"
i.-, I.j2d2, b ti. he El:_ p. :rr- Ilnd C'hald--,i i f. Xri, u 1n driys' a cl iii d gil'e .*f heat is
I,, l..ii. ..r, ,l i;,.a r r,..e I p,, lid., .d. i p. tb.. dur.. .-nd the n ulderiw,
A i r,--ll b; ,..l;i: Frur. .A r, piurcih .J % ;fi h th I ,. 6 be -. In- th I ,.li it., i l ni l ,tl-..iP I- in[-iJi an
1 S aiiJ it rs sip|.o-.d f.:.. i. ,l-h thler. (in Ib' unru-url hIi ..l e' "sr. It' ih now be true, is;
shoulders o tlire r.'fi e' i; ii n "-,' hl'ril'I th le I-a-ten- d ih.i a- rt-. it' follows *that "-if a'
characters the nii -.e. l ti ihet addt.-ln of /I7,' I renli be- i ier-ueif it be on 'the south side of
and friend of Sesostris. It di ot.:ar ti.. .I ia ll I aid 1 n.Ih leaves thus prepared late
certain, until M. Champolloin a'%z u4%ne, ah her Fl- rin auuinrn. ar,,i r.red with rich soil one foot ir .
he name on th.e figure was thin a 6 ,, ,iii, )l oi .,?epih. i.,lldd anti other garden vegetables way
I,:,t ileni.:ii-d in the roll as teh:,.isl g il tile liihi- [- ,b[,Ii ned nii.ai:h earlier than. by the.:mnItlnrialI
orian, or to others.-[Bull. UI'rt. nimprature of the earth. -The. experiment. is
-- '" simple and, not expensive, 'and 'therefore mierits
BEATING TIME.----The following is an ex- some attention.-lIb.
ract from the "Villiaie (boil," written by the ,., '. .
Rev. S. Gilniai, of Charleston, S.C. B Tc sAM i-i -C'I .i:. ruEt irdubi-
Let Mr. )'Ilii.-eli and the editor of Black-/ ta its ofor forest-theman h-'. mnd i- Itil
vood's M1a-inie ioinpci the dispositions of i.en o all imb ued with a-relish r the pictuirequei
n their hand writing-. But as a school for Ihe o hn ih.t-reiE.li i t- at.hre. finre-q
ttudly of characterr, g1e .-? a chilriit r sigers. pan ,1,,i, Ii- nf.eD ar h apathy to softest -:nelody,
who are in the -habit of beating tihe, each for and with indifference from a mere display, of
iiin-ei. f. Horw could the most superficial observ- ingenious mechanism,.is struck with the sublime
er mistake these characteristic symptoms? l-lere power and self, moving majesty. of a steam boat;
and there you might see a hand ntent'-tioul-,- and ,, i. ,i ,t. h-, he.re it pas-.es;- and-follows
tnshrinkingly lifted above all smurun. ii.liii li-dl i, id. -id ilnim.t n.'st e our r- with silenl'ad-
ikethe sublime and regular recuiiein.:- o a Ma nad- n [rion,. lThe -ilea-i erigino in five years, has
mill's wings. Some perfurmei s thi re rtie, i, .>.. i,.h]~,j i anril.cip're latee of things. which;
studied an inexpressitble arid Iniail able gi -e i i. ol dniar cui-" .' -.l -i- t,- i i uld, h;l e
every modification of motion, 10 wl,1 h lie% aub- i.m 1i Cre n --rit|orit h" I..u- pim ed.- The art of
ected their finger-joints, elbov-, t. -ul d ';. .0Id ,rin..,'.1.1,'d rurp.e t i, I" beneficial] con d
bodies. Some tossed the liiH up awli j... n %v.,n II I In Ihel old ,-.l, rIlie places of the
n energy that seemed to be c ttin au ot e to the philophic traveller, are
Others were so. gentle in their vibrations, that 'i an.] in..i i.-rim-, that.speak a faded splen-
they appeared afraid of disturbing the serenity of r, nod d-cpaitld .!'ry. The broken columns of
the circumainbient air. Some hands swept a full -adr,,mr the l1 ,p.-I-s rains of Babylon, are rich
segment of one hundred and eighty degrees; oth- .in matter for almost endless .speculation. Far,
ert scarcely advanced farther than the minute dierent is the case in the western regions .of
hand of a stop watch at a single pulsation. The America. The. stranger views here, .with won-
young student at law, the merchant's clerk, and dur, the'rapidity with which cities spring up m
a few others, whom fortune has, exempted from forests, anrd with which barbarism retreats before
the primeval malediction of personal toil, were at the approach-of art and civilization. The reflec-
once recognized ]by the easy freedom with which Ion possessing the most intense interest is, -not
they waved a hand that no sun had browned, and ml has been the character of the country, bhat
the contact of no agricultural implement rh'd what shall be her future destiny.
roughened. If, as we have seen, some of tIe f
singers were ostentatious in wielding an arm to HE BLACK MANGROVE OF THE WEST
its full extent, others were equally ostentatious in Im IEs.-The black mangrove, which is called
sing only a finger, or a thub and iddle fi- by botanists, Rhizorhora Mangle, is one of the
.er joined. To the honor of the choir,, however, most singular productions of the vegetable king-
ie it said, that there were several of its members dom, in a mechanical point of view, inasmuch as
who performed the duty which was then custom- it seems designed by Providence, both as i bar.
ary of beating time, without' any effort or afec- rier against the inroads of the 6ea, anRd as a breed'-
tation. It should also be ascribed to nothing ing-cage for innumerable shell-fish, particularly
more than a sense of propriety and laudable mod- tie mangrove-oyster,-described in a recent num-
esty, that a great portion of the female sigers ber of'The Athenaum.' Inthris instance, nature
kept time in no other way, than by moving a fore- herself forms--props for supporting the branches;
finger which hung' down at their sides, and was for the larger boughs of the tree send out, in
almost concealed amidst the large folds of change- many places, soft lax threads or strings, which
able silk, or of coloured cotton cambric. To this grow, rapidly, and, hanging down, soon reach the
a few of them added a slight motion of the head ind, where they immediately divide or split into'
or body, ,whilst some of the married ladies openly roots; and, when these acquire sufficient strength;
raised and lowered their hands upon the hymni they nourish the shoots or strings,-which, con-
books from which they sang. stantly acquiring, by this means, size and firm-
-ness, at last form trunks, that prop and support
SUGAR REFINING' AT MARSEILLEs.--A the branches fi om which- they originally protrud-
late French:paper informs us, that there are in ed. .The numerdirs props make the groves of this
Marseilles twenty establishments for refining su- tree very. entangled, and by detaining the mud
gar, which are the largest in France, excepting and ;pther substances brought down by floods
those of Paris. Some of then ate ible to pro- they, in tinle, cause the land to gain upon the
duce five or six hundred thousand killogratiuies sea, as is mentioned by Brown in his 'Jamaica.,
of refined sugar in a year ; and all of then to- .
gether refine one quarter of the brown sugars sold THE INCOMBIUSTIBLE.-A Spaniard, by the
to the refiners of the kingdom, although the whole name of Martincz, has been amusing the audiences
number of their establishments, large and small, of Brighton, Eng. by baking himself.. He appear-
is one hundred and sixty seven. I ed at the Theatre, and the oven was pinced in the
The nraw ugars refined at Marseilles are de- centre of the stage, facing the pit. After the heat
rived exclusively from Martinique and Guada- lihaid been ascertained to be 250 degrees, Senor
louple, with the exception of a small quantity Mai'tinez, in a woollen great coat, trowsersa and
from Cayenne and the Isle of France, which loose cap, entered, seated himself on a stool not
yields an infbiior article, called sucree du me- flar from the centre, and remained tor five minutes,
nage." Eight hundred workuren find employ- amusing himselfby singing," hdingon his head
meit in these maanufactories, nost of whom are a tin of dough cakes, which were considerably
fathers of families. At Aubagite and Fos inumer- well done by the time he came out. Hle repeated
ous manufactories of pottery are depmident on this, with vnriatioisa twice more, and at the close
their branch of business, as several paper mills plunged into a reservoir of cold water. The dis-
in other places, and to no inconsiderable degree, tance between the bottom ind top of the oven
the coal mines of Gardatie, Fuveau, Peysriel and was seven or eight feet, and it is said that there
Department of thIe Rhone. The refined sugar is was no trick in the'exhibition.
sold principally in the South of France, Italy, -
Spain and the Levant. CANOVA THE ARTIST.--There is something
The competition with the English, is, however, remarkable in the disposition of the inhabitants of
very injurious to them ; and it is desired that the a state oir province, to pcipeteate the name and
government would extend such encouragement to fame .of its great men. The judgment of poster-ity
them as is simultaneously asked, in the French is generally correct. He who comes before thIn
papers, for several other branches of nmunirfic- tribunal rarely has occasion to i tndlge fears on the
ture. The refined sugars exported from Great sore ofpartiality. The truthwill out-and merit,
Britain in 1827, amounted to 409,000 quintals ; sooner or later, will have its reward. So great
while those from Framice, to only about 139,889. has been the ambition of the Venetian country to
Even at Naples, the supply is two thirds supplied confer distinction on this celebrated artist, that his
by the English, and only one third by the French, remains have been cut up anhd divided between
The prohibition in favor of the cultivators of three places: his body is in the temple of Pasagro,
Martinique and Gurdaloupe, is injurious in differ- while his heart is in the cIurch of the Fran of
ent ways. It not only shuts out competition, but Venice, and his right land ir the possession of the
it makes those cultivators negligent in their manu- Academy of Fine Arts of this last city.
facture. At the same time the heavy duties on ---- "
consumrtion in the kingdom operate greatly BiBLE AGENTS.-At a late meeting of the

against the refiner. To compare the result in Chelsea, (Eng.) Bible Association, one of the Se-ee
France and in England-in the latter country, retarles of the Parent Society stated, that 400 la-
during the past year, raw sugars were fined for dies of rank, and 32,000 other females, were at
interior donsumnption, to the amount of 3,158,000 present collectors for Bibles, and that their visits
quiutals, or above 18 pounds for each inhabitants; to the poor averaged 500,000 during the year.



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Composition of Hail-.Stones.-On analysing
sirall stones in@.losed in hailed which fell in the cir-
cle of Stertitamak, in the go erminent of Oren-
bnrg. in 1825, they were found to contain in a
hundred parts, of red nxide iron 70.00. of oxide
of manganese 7,50, magnesia 6,25, alum 3.75,
dint 7,50, sulphur and waste 5,.10.-Bullelen
Singing Birds ofthe Old and .,\"w i For!J
2It is a vry untfoaned notion, that.in the NW.,
World the brilliant huas ofihe b.nds take th/place
of ihe power of song. On the contrary, it would
appear fFo.n 'rilson's American Oinithology, thnat
the Amencran sonng b'rds are infinitely more uu-
mrn-crus than Lthiee of Europe, and many of ihefni
i Ianperio. to our most celebnlted songtlcrs.--.'og-
a'ins ofj'V 11-i2l netalory. -
.- n-r tistia'eif iHumaon Fa-,.ils.-The re-
rmnariahae l'J-'t, that no tesiges of ihunmn niem:nins
have been d.ecovered winh thpse of the more an-
cent' inhabitants of the glpbe., is aL"piea.ent fully
continued; nor hate anvfossil bones of monkeys
b-en hitherto, ound. The t-.i diluvia. L['-ds' ol'
ginael and clay, and the ulper slrati in A'sia, how:
evor, hlave not'jj 'been scientifically xnplore,
and boAth acred drid piol'fne writers agrepla re-
garfing the temperate regions c.of that contlihent- as
,thlyaoradle o'll tl human race.- r-L. .. 'e '
.mprgypgon(yin Goo.ebecTriec-The;heaiif
.soo.a.earty; rw,'n fil, ve~+-ri 'go,..eld ntne'-,.e
'-ilr : he neibi'hnod f 1rac'te-Ter, t le-
-p'nr" popl e -i. con tinued e-i pfi'ei a'l pta ad .
vernce,.in raising new- soits, t ilhi.ai thie adlranh
ta'gs attentlnd' their situation inihtl'e, hae brought
the flit to from 10 to upwardstf 3S) dta.- GaCo
dcif .r' .l/.l .'1y-;7 i e.
S.YNcu Ta-virin,.--There i- a- shrLb, or lown
tree, abundant on Ihe shores of Carjcoa and Cir-
tianena, culled the Casalpinia conana, three tons
of there poils of thich li lie t.een-'fond, by e-peri-
irhemn, to be equal foI thepiiipose oflmanning leath-
er, to scenan tons; 1L cvw.- of oak bark.-ffanil/-
th.ni's Coiimb a..
[if tlie-c .iiatmente are correel, iwe may ex-
pect thin, cre long. I' salpinia peidis 'ill fIorin,,
pmoin;nen anrli;e3. of comim:rce bet. een South
A-,nerica rind this counhiy.]--Loridon 'ledi.nicp',
.tIaga:ine. -
Sir Walter Scott i' enl.iaged irr vritirig hit ota n
lie: One hundred pages were in typ.. He h:1s
,alo nearly ready for publication rt e third ser,ei
-of. the Chrinieles of ihea Canongate It c--nsi-t,
f |'a historical iomranice entiti-Id .Awen J.- Geren-
hetn. Charles the Bold I- a con:pcuois acliarac-
ter in the.t ork.
Franinae.-,Th Princees'-of Cirigrnmn. dauilhter,
of.the late Due d, lai Vauguynn, and' widotw of
Piince'Cnal;aian, was burnt tp le.ilh ul .A111 -'. il inr
F~~qebria;ry last. Her el..thes iook fire' %while -h-
.as treading. anid'she in prudently rushed into the'.
opr.. air.. Her son is tne heir apprair nt to tlI.
throne of Sard;nia.
iH-,.,rks of Sia,,oniJ;.--Si'imoudi ha sent to lie
p eis the fnu'rth contribution, to hIn historas' .o
Fianre, for*lrng tie lath, eleerth-'.andrI twI.lt
,voluanes of the epine itoOlk H- Ts al present a'-N
dupied on.a r, e r dinin of his Liler'itjre du Midi:
d&'llurepe.-- B4l_f11r Lit. Uptac/arhttunr" -
CtHines- Liteil-oFmr-h.-The Rsinian Clhief%'Miis4
sionary, J. Pitsch-I 'ain-', ahb-n incce th ,-tr;
l1ul, has presided n:i-ar the Ru'i-ian iin'ion .im)
Pekin, i;. reirned there, after .d fourteen ears'
sojoutn, otl ouit will '[he acquisition qila thoroughL
and much des-.edj klinowlelYe ,:.f thI. Chinee and
MNaud-'hu lil-atarue., and the lan-.iuse rind rna'fi-'
niers of the-Chineset.,,att wih tla- p,-estin -, ulIaI
richer treaz-ure in rarl.intrui tucpLts (han anyMrnen-
ber lof.the Rris'ia mt-siocn sluce ic. establi.hmntC
S 171 .. .. '-
C't'nataanlin.'ri.e.-ft 'ppea'r L.v a calculatiod
made' ob rec-rtly a- August laun, thar lhe pbpul-a-
tain of.'on4ltntinople-inclding all the suban j
which had' been i aipiotuais estirnated at fi.nm. 40),-
00t.,i to' 64i),tH.0--d.)e not exceed 381l.(t10.; anal
that bthe"numnber of houses rf cery despriptiToi.
isiibout 85.001.1. The number of persnns capa-'
ble of befling arms n Cann-taritinople. In piLapor-
-' firn to the- etire population,. is said to. be 'ery
Commn r.:;,a!' En tprise.--During tlle doinih-
ion rf Buonafp m e, sug u, coffee, cotton, rubace,'s,
cotnon-tiLt &c. i-ren sent h sea from Lond,-n
to 'alonttai in Europ:a.ia Turkey.'% whence t,,iec
goods tere canrled on horses and mules,. acre-s
Servia. Hungar\. Into ith- w hole oft-ertramny. and
even into Frince; so That g.ods t ere rcanOUni-d
at Cats, corning fr.ann Engiind .only setyn ita_'ue4
distant, which goods had made .a circuit equiV'a-
lent.'as rar 'a expense went, to a \oyage tl.:e
round the world!
Thle.Me-isi. ilaril, and Co(-' -inpa of \1 liieha-
sen. England., siie in ha Irindbill lael, pr;int-.l in
thit place, that --hivming been sea r.erl yeis ,.geru.s
fIor sipplyvnz Dublin and Edinbubgh Collk ca ithll
*bodies, the; ha-..- had tIII- .:ppirtuni;t of c.11ect-.
in a Iadre -a;oritmprn it:l'i:(rfins of'eiu e size and
de-cription. i hii:i rh-e propose s-ilinm at educed
'-prices for ready !.>'oie,. Al.o ali kinds of hmarrn
and other boners. cotfins, &c. bIua.lht and =old, or
ThoSe must be haIdnil, indeed. r.-ho thui open-
ly p-.)fe--s sauh sacrileg:e;and there tmut be a har-
d state of ifeling in soety vto ti.le ai-e ihem.
.-''ni,/, aait.,rr..-J .1iSS. ,bf L.;,-.--A bun-;
die if old manu.criplt ha, lately u'nme into the
po.s-esion of a gentleman at B,-,eham. in Esse\,
% Nlihar turrL out t be oiigliai leun,t- and ir titJago
ofthe illu lrious .lohn Laa-lhe. Thei 1.-. af-.h. F-
sa- on the H.im:.,n liad-dersan.,ig, % ith all his
correernons, andl ni-iny letters wrtien during his
banishment in HollandJ. an 'eCll a- Csome letts 'aP
Algernon Sy' neo,, L,-.rd hal'filudrvy, and either;.
nre amongst thi- pte.ius t. ,ll:atioa.--E. /n!i

Prs.erees.o)f Rlfin afi n, t -.\ Ihte London p -,
per staes thit *, naam is ethibi ing at Rihmnirolind
Arni. Bain I 'i)I ht rat';,in a e-ap?. and lie in-
teridJ exhTbiting'ildii.elf amornag 2a*im ot- thi.Lsarme
vermin, illoirtg then tlo crawl oveT' i;fer
which his dog Pt ,er, ou-in to, the celebhiaid aBl-
ly, is matched to kill 100ratl in a minute, '
Lotteries.-The French Mini;ler orf Finane'
has brought forward a bII '.:i ih-. suppre-ston o"f
' lotteries, except in paii.-c-.i D,-.p-tioinnt, andJ
Sunder special-regulai..s 1; '1 ha ..i-.i rs ,.f tie pr.i.-
sent system are found-to be pernicious. -
Egyptian QOubit.-M. Jemard has latJly pub-n
listedd a letter on a new cubit recently found at
T'Memphis by Mr. Drovetti, con rp'lni,,;rg Vii-in1l,.-
-various 'measures of the same dr.-c.ia piin mlmri i-n,
Known: and -with which it appears'to agree in es-
Ssetial respects, altho' it-differs from them irrmi-



Destructitr F;re.--In Augunta, Georias,
about 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the 2d inst.
a fire broke out in a pitch pine building, two
sunares from ihe post office. The wind blew a
glq.fi Iom W. to S. W. carrying the flume-s oter a
Jarge portion of the city, which w.as deetrnyed to
lite amount ol Irom, 3 1JU 10 50u houses. .By gree:
exertion the flames were stopped on River street.
Il n' stated Ihat there was but one hrick building
in the whole space. coinpul-ing an are-a of h-ll" a
mnle long by a quallter wide. About 2510 tIani-
lies have Inn.l their all. as the line had finished its
wtork in four hours alfei it conimmenced. The
glc-te-.t utflele' are the -pooer cla-,es. who haie.
alnioct to a f.nidyL. Ir.;t th-ir all ; fIor. when the
furniture L.41 removed, unless it noa put in buat.
ait heTitrr side. it .atn invaritabhly burnt in the
'etreeL.. The n market lioie is dettioed with the
re C't4 Conncil. was burnt in blowinrg up hou'es.e
.Gr'at .4t'.rtality.-The Sataniiah Republi-
,an1tlata. upon the best authnorni, tiat of ilhe
two comrrpanie. of United Satae'' Arinlr ,. v. ho
were- ordered from Foire,;s Monroe. in the suil-
nmer orf'1S.I6,to the eantonnient near Satannah,
nearly one coinpany died in the sea-ons ofl 1'26
ahd 1'827, beside<.7 to It) w.'inen und children-
bind dining the la.Ltse-ison, out of lOt sol-Jiers.
Miti-arrit ed on the IIt of Inst April, 54 died
#SaAi --lut B"gi' -nin -and fall, be-ide F 41 wornxan-
and)ch'ldren.. ,..'
.rn c-'ow',.IInt.---liePlh.,!d..lplhia G(.EztLe of the
9th inst. says, '"We unrdesiand 'hat the. neew
buiilding, for the United Sirtte' Mini, 'ill be
erecied at the north. e-t .oiner of Chernut andt
iJuniper stierl-., on a lot lrel) purchased ifur that
paIpoe "..
Boawd,-in Collese.-The Cntrilogue for ihe
,eiTr 1929. of tIln Offices and Stiidenrits olf.thL
elt.iIlinuhmeit, e\hitl.s an inciearie in tihe nuniber
of it' int n ate.- \.thi.l:h spa-les %.-ell for its 'prese-rnt
piospe'rit. TIete are 9S lMedical Students, 29!)
Seninos. 21 Junior,, 22 Soplinhoies and 35 Fie3h-
men.-Total 2in5.
.VYor'1h Eastern Bointdaryr -Frrom. an au-
thlenric source at VWa.hingron, neii-lein. that the
SKWng-of. the _Netheilands I-s con.-nted to a.t as
umpire in the dni-pate tebt'i -e0n tlln U.iiled Sait.-s
arnd Great lliait a,-, IL l e uJe Jlo at0.0, of I "l-
N-lbh Eastein Boundar line.
..:, ..1, unt.an .-- The pacl.t t sh;p Nile. fti:m
Hi-re, A.;, 'urtunded rfom a ihe 24th to tlle 2th
of-,Il ii-h t ilh 'iuhii[nr s i',i .f e-, [ the lIr .- I aof
wvhi.,h 'wa. about 65 nlik lop',p arind io.n feet high.
The ih,ermoneter fell to 2' in tnhe :atr, and 29
to 3 in lii t i- air. I he N. was at tihn tuni e in lat.
..J2. 'ill. lon..49 to 51.
Ti-T If'W trthr.--Th'e Spring is lnhck:ard ar verr
tbe whole e\lcnt of the Unian. The Richnmond
'trlnirer mentions th't some of the oldest I'rm-r
.er. d 'nal ricoilleci a Spling. in whrch the i f:.und
Jt -.l'',l-ulI ti) get in their oate, .ind prepie 1i, .
pl Jriint; oin.
'Fh'' lei.--t' appear by a aomnniruaicItlon
frin,a the Rev. Dr. Cox. .:liat the libei.aton of the
Olfe'and chlidaen of PI.l1 (.ee, the slates :rnm-
eilv'belonging to W'rashln rton, who ,veie s,,ld in-
T1 iOli'i, ha'been enffteced. The deed f pur-
.chpbe hIn bien 'recaened onim the Georti2an oin-
er,'andlthe, h've been set at lbeait. Tlie susn
if li[)nl .Jd.lilais 4 ;a required I, tiiis ob enet.
The Conplic.11Ir of the TiLream y ha,-.nt, a-eer-
tainted J.at freqetcnt fiauds are perpetrated in
*ca'ss of tiihing e.-,els, has isueild direcaioni to
'.nColl'tois: of-the lie r,:nue, requninn the ir in-
-pcito-rs to OImIt eeiv fi-hiing te-a'el on thefii ar-
.rtaI at, and departure fiorn, tie diTere nt polts in
theirr distrir ; and report the manner in ihich
tIle are fitted out,,whletlhr for" niackeiel or cod-
fi liery. I. .
a, The Seeietary of lthe Navt left W'ashington on
'the 9th inst. oc a tisit to North Carolina, for the
C.19, p,-e of inlmoving hi- fainily to the seat of
gi. ernienit. Dr. Bradford of Virginia, it is said,
-will act ihn his absence.
In the, ca'e, of' Chandler vs. Petit, recently
tried belbne the Supe-.ir Court in the (C'i of Ne'v
York. 1tr rinalicious prosecution, in procuring and
po-ecuting an indictment 1for peqnrir rgatinst thIe
p-intitff, the ur, found a verdict for twelel
tihor-,ad rihe hundred dollars and siS cents, for
the plaintiat. *
A ki iur has b--en received flioni Gov. ror-ith.
in ihich he isiatel that the parties conr.eaned in
the ahdu'riion of Ster.henAnson, will be -rigorously
pro-e.'utid, and ;f f:,und guilty, appr-piately.
punched. ;P,
A di tillery about two miler from Rensselie'r-
tille, belonging to Asa Colard jnd S. H. Day-
ion. .'.i, de-trod- by fini- on SatuiJd.y. Loa
( 1.5'".i. '.
The Small Pox has not siubided in Virginia.-
if continues to spread in the counties of Amelia,.
('hi,- teri.-ld. Il.mha:-er. &c. but is of'a ccharaeter
niider than it -otinttiune-'; a-uuies.
Au editor in the interior of Pernnsania. _who
declare. that h- ,iull tind bin one stick of wood
in and about Ins hisni.e or, tlle 1st 'inst. conroles
hinim elf isih the reflection tb.it it t :,. quill- suifi-
*-ien 'o ,cook all tlie ,piotn),ons to be found in his
larder and A cllar. .
The 'Louisville Advertiser mentions that.a fouri-
a-in .)f Pt..ira--ham ,:r Rock Oil,'has been dn-.-..,-.
ered in Curnil.:rljand County. Some persons,
weren eng'red in boring .through a rock for, salt.
wvaler. On gllting t, tie depth of 8130 'feet lie
au.-cr wias t h.iati n aind the oil rushed upwards,
riia,,; Io the hleiht of 12 or 14 feet above the
surface of the ground. It discharged at the rate
of 75 galls- per minute, and formed a stream
hilh ran into 'Cuminlerland River,' and over-
spi Pd its siu.ihre for many miles, below. The
c11 ignites tf-eel arnd burns.br-illiantly.
Ry a sit.eni err.iin the History of B.oston, it ap-
peni s:that the number of Seholars in the Public
.crh-obls; in the year 1785, was 564. In 1906--
L'id". In l12.3--S6.3. In 1i2i--6220.
Colonl .ronin hai iidn-j, conrapiahariii'n"7noiJ
yulle paper, of having h.d lihe ni-linrtijne fIi
a.rs pajt, of being barked at by iiie proir.t ,;
puipp,,p.i~ of t-'it a- ,te. among whom he.ranks the
rln. Johln Blir. a. the least and most conitempt-
It.i., and (.-., "atl'rr a prior engagement to an
'a.ac,,e are in ,larmrna.atot," he will so demonstrate
A New England paper publishes a Juinaher of
i"Hints to Young Farmers," amongst ia i.tl wa
-find the following. What it has to do v. tiii tan-
ting, wiser heads than ours must determine: -
"Should you take any periodical journal, pay
for it in advance."

Snute.particulars: ...
- case ate ied in DublinThe' snow was fist disappearing last woek, at
. -caled a a witness, was asked whether e Montreal, and the ice inrthe river was becoming
bthdedpaintiff, lived, happily with his wif eb r, insecure. The people were anticipating the plea-
.seemed to liv hiie. .."-. r s aure of soon luliuir, L a oncee more upon the
plied thatf-they seemed -to live..as happily as any bosom of the ', once mor the
cou p le o f m a rr ied p eo ple cou ld ." .. .n "" ..
c of mri e could" On ihe evening of the-9th inst. the horses 'at-
.The ravages made by the wars of thae,Rev6huu- tached to a stage just ready. to start from New
:tion: and of the 'Empire upon the populatioerrand, Haven to. Hartford, with two passengers, took
wealth-of France, have been eta.,ti' a-.ci,,lrg fright ftom a flash of I;.ll,,;n., before the driver
to^M. Dupin, at 2,000,000 r:.-:.i n. 2'4 u*,,- had taken his spat, l,,.,.. i.-in their, fastenings,
00 dollars. .. ran a considerable distance, until "they finally
Mr. R. Winane,. of this county, the inventor of plunged' into the canal." The passengers, a geIn-
a newi rail road car, is about to make experiments tleman and lady, got through the opening ever
on the .Liverpool and Manchester Railway.-- the driver's seat, and being unable to recover the
Measures had been taken to secure his patent in reins, jumped to the ground unhurt.
Great Britain before he reached Liverpool It is expected, that Florida will be admitted
Pope Leo XII, who died on the 4l0th of Febru- into the Union, as a states during the present ad-I
ary, had filled his office o.bly five years, four administration. "
'moti.,s and twelve days. e. New York Tlerald states, that several per-
An English guannmith has invented a species of os 00 have been arrested on suspicion of havin
-artillery, to fix in coffin lide, which will explode, set fir to the "prensess adjonng -nthe Lafavette
and blow up any resirrectionist, ho may at- Theatre p.. ete
tempt to invade the sanctity of the dead. e Confessions of Johnsone mderer of
1 tovh Jforsel A F? h writ, ean M. -eNConressions of Johnson, the murderer of
oA tough orsel.-u A French writer, speaking M'rs. Newman, have been published in a parma-
of the relative situation of England and Iceland, phlet, in New York, and will, no domnht, be a
says that the larger island devoured the smaller, valuable addition to the stock of horribiea litera-
bat has never been able to digest it! ture of the country.

.'ewn Orlcanq -We have received New-Or- Buenos Ayrr.s--Eriract from aletlerto a gen-
leans papers to the 24ith ult. .tleman uin ew. Yorli, dated 18th January:- '"A
A man was asas'inated, on the evening of the 'proclamation has just been published, declining
23d, in St. Pdrerstreet. before halfipa-t S o'clock, war again't the province of Santa F[a-the gun-
and his pocket* .ied, before any- one camrrup.- boats have all gone up the ri'er. Brown Qill re-
Several persons had been arrested. On Saturday mains Governor; he has discharged 64 otf.cen--
night several stores were broken open.' when they called upon him for heir :in), he.or-
A riot occurred among the crewv or thi' British dered the Corporal of the Guaid to show them,
brig Indian, which wa not quelled by the city out'ofthe Fort!"
guard without some d'itcnult. B. H. Norton, Esq. lately one of the editors and
Steam Boats LOIt--_ 'be steam boat Natchez, proprietors of the Eirtrl/,-rd Times, is appointed
bound to NLatchez, struck a snag and sui dIalmost Post-Master, of Hartford, Con. in the place of
intiin-diitely-1'he passengers and most..of their Jonathan Law, removed.
bagggo.e were sa.ed-Bo.at and cargo to.lall, lost.dated th
The steam boat Muskinsham. bound-iAom Cn- A leer rom ashngton, dated the 0 inst.
cmnati to Natchitoches, ivrih stores for the U. S. says -- yesterday commission's were made
t a sna, in Lie Re,two miles out at the Treasur deparimer.t for John P. Deca-
ab .th a -td n'l tur a' collector of Portimoutl. N. If. in the ropm
abore the teiry. and weant djwn ittnnteaitilnfiv. nt L -ipa nd- far ,Jug.T-i on.
.Shok'Jingt.--iThe house of Mr. C ) rue Uoil, ol Kentucky, asU Collector of Key Test, in the room
Sardinia,. Frie county, N. V. with its contents. w"i- of William Pinkney "'-
ctonanamed b firPon theinight of the 17lh ilt- .-ait, .e.w i'rk.-Aroemorial to the Poet"
Foar of his children wee consumer d tih n .Ie M to GenerI h-as ben.-'igned-., several hun-
building. The parnat and an infant ia-re -n dreds of our citizens, praying hat at- mail mary be
.t the loue of a nei bor, and hade ho ade up at the PosL Office in his city and de--
-in the ca.e onf Iie children: -. patched by the wa-y of Proidence to New- Volk
A trans.ltion of Milton's Private u"nrrespon- in tielsteam boats.
dene. with notes by John hale. Eq is no the Scl.ooner Emrneline, f-om Norfolk to New York,
pres- and will soon appear bt:Phildelphla. eas tnarck b Il ghtning on the N rh int. whic h
The new steam boat inizen, nmade-l wrpasage shineiecd both topmasts and tlie main beaim, and
fom Albany to New Ynok. onnSindajia 11 hours caused her to leak badly. The clothes, were
and 28 minutes. *-i st ipped from a colorsd.msanand his' bcdy mruch
Tliheeditor of the Portsmouth J.fuFn s3alesburit by It; but he was notJilted. No thbudei
-thla a nun wvno a.flefw \eais a"as'b'ls0ed.od. -.was haead by any person 'An board.
Ld 2u0,i,tini latt/. p[e ,f..'pl.lt hilnit.P ', .The Cai'diEdgi-fit ls exbibitlbing himsielfin N'
ihe- lith inst f..r 12 cents to pay'.'1 *p nighl' .7York, at'Taniiani y Hi-ll.. ...
lod "g! .* : -" A beautiful marble tindnule' l-ti Tb ieral gral
Operations on the Railroad beltleen Philadel 'of a laia.h BaniBit, Esq. to be elected in u plice
phia, and C olumbia, we re cormnenccedop the 30i., let .acrnt o.er the remains of 11hii.ld, 19irow
ult. a .1 nearly liitih-d. in Philadelphia, afier a design l.Y
The best Cstor Oil now used is made in Ihis Stnickland. A, iiascription, in Roman Ilst.:rs'., ori
country. Sete.rjl years since tbih nc-dicine was a n marble tablet lei into the face of the pulpit, ex-.
.ery nauseous onte: it no .r'inreque'ily ciu-sed tile plains the design of the moiunileul. -
"thiots of patiLets to smaii; [ rwa-on ofits r.incidi- Sou/th.ern ta./.gh;'/l Seminoar,/.-The d'-
ty. It i. now ,olJ demaleiuLe ol etly ulnpleas.ant rect, a of thIs p opposed Sm;narv have resoled,
smell, and as trannpnit la- waLer. to recommend Wnnsbomough in South Caiohna
riinma Sunburn (Pa.) paper we learn that hlie a0 the most eligible .ite for its location; aind tihe
canal commis ir.ners hnate congacled nwih ill reomnnmendallou nill be nuhmntttd to tihe Syin..- d
Stlei) .If Luzerne county. 1.n reliunid. tIe ShaWno- of S. Caiolina anad Georgia, at their ne'i ses-i.on,
kin m.dan for the s-nm ofl 27,0)1n1 dollarss. Iin the, approtial ,,r rejeclion.
The4ate VihImni Lehman.Esq. of Pihladelphia, playing .1la.-hinc.-.- machine far plar,i;ng
equeained tl the Germnian Soci-, One Thoasinnd boards n steam. has been pist in operalio in n the
Doll .--, and to the Altheii-rnm olt'hiat city. Ten C.y or NV ,-,r. B, one part oi f ilne mueahirn
Thoui.mnd Dollai-. rile planks are sawed to au even widlh : and bv
TheIe is now liain- in Pro'.idenc.- a- man, ag-ed anonhe., at a single operation, they are pliarnd-to
about N ve-ars,- viL,:, was netr oit ot'afth:llteL-of anr exactly eien ilthckne's, and groomed and
Rhode Island, ne.'"er sick. or toliok re -eine: aei' ir iongrgaci at the aniae lime.
'ued, or w as sied; has been ufp bfoai aiensi,ae e-.- The Pie-ident of the Lirited Stater- has recor-
ery day in the lai 4i0 .eir'. and as n.:.t tstd nised Charles H-aiwa.d. as Vice (Cor-ul of Sw e-
any kind of iiibriating liquor Or"-a ye-ars. den -ind Nor.as,.'-for the Sittes of Maine, Ne.v
Or. tlhe banks .:f Lal.e Huron, rh;:re is a Button FHarnph.t asJid Mass-.ahu-ellis.
Wood itee haholla-, in the ii, ak. bt in good con- Each of the Sunda Stchools in Rhode Isldnd,
dii.on, in ixhi.-h bollc w ittl .s aid eight men Ihae has a hiira-ry of I .) to Jou n n clnes..
stood erect, and it as believed that twenty nmen .Ven' Brirsu(i :_ ii.-Capt. Woo)fendile arrired
could stand in it i i ea-:e. near Eastppoit from- Jamaiica. ist : th-t Sir Jolhnn
Judge Nalthan F oi-J. ..f Nela-Yoiak, who died at Keen, .of King-loui, Jain. has been app,:ntard
Oda-rnbuigh. nn the 2,lih ul' ;n i linbe' iit.-er of hi' rae. is called "-tie pionee-r of 'iiiilizainou in Goternor of Janiaie'. I-e al.'o states. Lhat Go-
the fetilue norlliern region of ihat sla.Le." t\ruio Keen ta' shlorti l tolake pai-agr- to Ne.v
A osean.boit called ithe Cl(/inits Car.-H./. wa Biarn-wi'cli, in ie -anne essel hat counted
launched in Baltian.re on thoanlth in.'L She is to (G: ernor Blni.:tur to Jattaila.
,un beitwe,n B-diimnore ind Philadelphia. Cani,,/,li;ut.-Thie gencijl election in this
.A mr nufactor ,:of \\'lVhie l.r.ad, Siect Laa.d, and Slat,.- has reull,:d in the iL-elec.:Tion ,if the Go-
Aqiueduct Pips.'i5 abu.t to b.-staj.bliiled at South vtrnor. Lt. C-oternor, Secietarv and T~csurer.--
Boston. All hie pre?-ent Selalte ho did not dtcintn. ha\e
A .Mi. Etaerton. residing in Quinye, was, on seeded by large -majoriieus.
S:.turday evening list, f:,und lying in the fire, A merchant ill the lower end of Souih-street,
shoclinily burnt,. and quit) dead. New Yoik, sent oni Frido,, to an ac-quaintance .it
Masii s of ve-sels are infirmEd that h Telegraph some di.atice, for tlie return of $2251.1 inch had
is about to be established at San4 Ky, on the been borrnted, and t'was informed lhnit 1 was re--
codet of Florida. turned the day before. On inquiry it appeared
'Mr. Adams, the gle President ol thq 'United that.a lad had cairtled it no the merchant's count-
States, will return to lis ieat In Quincy, in the in onLom, enquired for bhim, and was anso% ered by.
en-sung month. the only prison there that he would be in soon.--
ensuing m h. I 1 have sowie-money for nim,",said the lad. "Il
A maqn name Nei~ell Tiwloe, aged .al4ti 50, a can take it," said the man. He did so ; after-
carpenter joiner wa:, .dpo.wnedhr-Hieuval. N. yards look himselfoff, and has notlbeen taken.
fie hd, for somne time previous 's.een loiter-. L'd-Arrange en a r, k;g b, he -
ing about the tavern of" Mr. Thuintori at that pliaca, e.L-Arrngemen 'e making he com
and frequently indulging in habits oatgro;- int l pany' of Lead Mines at Galena. Illinois" .ar tane-
eian-arer porting the produce of their mines to the Atlantic
penance. States bi the way of he 'Lakes and the Erie Can-
ntihlom 'r.,lor,-,n inahlhitan of Middleburyh, al. Measures weae in operation for the erection
N. Y. after becoming into ieted at a -astne on the of steami boats for this object which we.e expected
26th uli. started for lihc-me, hut w'-.s lIound next to be completed by the opening of nutigat.on.
morning in the road, frozen to death. The -un, ri-is-ed bi taltion for the support of
A dwelling hlurie in Westerlo, N. Y. occupied public schools tilhia tIhe town of w r orcesier, fur
by Mr. H1-enry Delameter, was bunt on the night Ihe .ear 1-429. is threi thut. nand nine hund/'
of thI. 2Sth ulh. Thee fire caught fom a stove idollare. Population about 4000.
Pipe. ". : Counterfeit nores on the i.. S, Branch Bank at
The Franklin paper mill, on li'l Bea-ei Creek, Savann.li, well e(veeuted. are in ei:culatlun in
Pa owned byv Mi. Spear, ewas burnt on lthe 1n2ght Georgr-. Tlie engrairng is rather course,.anid the
of the 17th ult. -, filling up bad; -
In Were. N. H.on the morning ofl'e 25th ali. Mr. GC Real, at i.Fpetiable cii;z,-n of Man-
the cl..ahng eriablihineit ,,f Mr. Dat .J i Cris, and I;us. N. Y. on the eventin of the 2til ult. .h;ie.
-hingl mao,,hiirn of MSi. Samuel -lhlnttigion iteae grng_ hoaie alone, fell down on the road, upon
dentroC d fir.-. frozer, ground,'anddstruck:a sharp stone into his
Four frame.dv.-:.inae oIuses..ii,.;th out-luildiing forehead. The road being. on a des :eat his :at
lerie d.-?,li)osd-L.s fir.- at Pitsaurg. Pennii. orn he. was drawn over his face, and he twas sufr ca-ted
4th iiiT. Lo-,. ill or 12,.n' duollais. by the blood which th..wed fieln a ntr iti!
TI.e light of the file in Ne a-York on the norn- Gen. John F. Everitt has been elected May or of
ing of-the 9th insr. w..'s seen at the d;-lance of',e Mobile. :
hutndra.- na.il ?tn -,i' rnl.c'. lab the passen- ,Sulphuric lIcid Springs.-The second .num-
gersin he slp N agar, orn Charlen. beriVol. XV. of the Ai,:en Journ-l i Se..- e.
,A man whose name is iint given. ihas been ar- -contains an account by Prof. Eaton, of certain
rested and impris. r-d at Noilolk for hating at- springs of water, impregnated with sulphuric acid,
iltpted to sell there a negro-who;-rthe hd hired, in the town" of Byron, Genesse co. N. Y. One of
aneldbroughtwith him f1oi Balti.norte. the prin.s enaiits -a perennial stream, sufficient to
SThe New York Legislature is expected to ad- turn a light gri-istmill, and' i so aeid as to coagulate
jouith on the 24thinst. .: milk. The'fact is the more remarkable, as but
'A letter from St..Croii. dated March 24, states two other in"stncs cat ithe kind are known, and
that the diauight ;- .. greal thai.n lthe craopis a,nid.,,, both of these in tolicalni regions. /
injured onle-lthidJ iand i-. n dange;i of benisi wlholly We understand that two letters were received
rained., ; at the Post Office in this city, yesterday afternoon,
On the 6th inst. a dwelliigliosd'e -,d barn in from the Treasury Office,:Washirigton, oneo
Bethlehem, Conn.A.naed, 1-; Mr. Thomnp-..,i.. and which was directed, "Gen. John P. Boyd, aval
occupied by a Mr. Alien, t'|lo .was abseryt, was Offiber of the port of Boston," and the other,
'burnt With all 'his furniture, an4 15 or 20 tons of "Thomas Melville, Esq. late Naval Oiucer of the
hay. On Saturday 'night pr'evot'f while .Mr. J1. port oi Boston." This circumstanpereads us to
and his wife were drunk, a^ isa supposed, the surmise, that the Work of "refafm" is progres-
latter fell into the fire, and be lore she was taken ing' fand that Gen. B .yd h-eaen appointed Na-
out, her face, head and arms aere so badly burnt va Officer i the place Mr. Melville, removed.
thai -hie ,:.on died.- --C na". Ga :. r. "
"" i-'-- P.- Bii.r. Qr- am,- and -Archer, Tle q.ant ivoat' sa,'n t"nported into Liverpool
Inter heen re-,:-e--ied to L.'*.iare_5, in \vlrsrerua. Ilonei,, din-lit lie Inst year, a-weeds ihrnl of 187,
m. ,-, d i ~.~r- ," ,l b abb:,t .n,41111 hbi., and prices are now from
The Court of Co.m.i.i Plra;, for ,le.Nianai s. to- s. higher tlan in January, 1828. The
County, N. H. clno-ed i,,nrrer be,., --n, without itos on hand, in London, Liverpool and Glas-
completing the usual ..lri,in in ,',-, :,,uenceof gaw, ar. only .about 21,000 bbIs., whereas in the
the sudden od-..th ol I-..I ,,CE. S b-.,r.r. a distifi- beginning of last year they were upwards of 31;-
guished member a tn i t.r, who wi'a engaged as 000 bbis. '
-counsel in most of nIe -iaus'f- to bta Inrd. he h .. 1 r .
death of Mc.. was also suitbl noiced by The Rat catching is said to be gooLd business for the
Con -.a d the bar i .t o negroes in the West Indies. They get a small
On Friday m .ornin '.t a 'premium for each one they kill; they sell the
On Friday morning. M,. Jon Matthews, Jr. skis to the furriers, and then dress the bodies,
lost at Baltimore, in g,,ii,, z.nth h"e Philtidelphia and sell them in market at three for 12 1-2 cents.
steam boat, a calf skin leather-pocket book, con- The cdane fed rats are said to be almost as nice as
taming twelve thousand dollars, in U S Bank venison, according to the West Indian taste,
notes, of 500 and 100 dollars .each I He has of- when they are well barbacued.
fered a reward of 3b0 dollars,- for the delivery of
the book and its contents. -"'
The Journal in Belfast, .Me. states, that with- CITY AFFAIRS.
in the:space of half a mile, an -ir ,=., n., there The Common Council, on Monday, passed in
reside three families, which turn out thirty girls. conurrence, the order fixing the salary of the
Fire.-On Tuesday night, at about 12 o'- Chief Engineer, for the present year, at $1000.
a 1 An order authorizing the Treasurer to borrow
clock,- a wooden building adjoining the Custom $120,000 in anticipation of the tax of the financial
House in Salem, was destroyed by fire. It had. year, commencing fay 1, 1829, was passed to
been occupied by the Collector as a place of year commencing Ma 1,1829, was passed to a
storage, &c. The flames wer' subdued before second reading and referred to the committee of

ote aerial damage was done, r soe cnan e. 1
other trial damage was done, though some Mr.-Rayner, from the committee on the subject,
other ildings were a2 ..... submitted an order appropriating $2000 for the
The Slave Trade.-An arrival at Baltimore re-establishment of the High School for Girls;
from the west coast of Africa, brings information which order, on motion of Mr. S. K. Williams',
of. the capture of two Spanish, one French, and was indefinitely postponed.
-one, Portuguese, slave vessels, in the Rio Pongos, An order appointing Assistant Assessors was
by a French brig of war.; passed. They are as follows: Ward 1, Simdn
Among the passengers in a brig at New York, Wilkinson, Zephaniah Sampson. 2, Benj. Clark,
from St. Croix, is "Capt. Francis Perry, of the Eplhraim Milton. 3, Warren Bowker, Philip
Royal A.1frican .Vavy." Adams. 4, Lorenzo Draper, Reuben Reed r&,
'The interior of the Federal street Church, Nev't Mark Healy, Nathl. Hammond: 6, Billings'Briggs,
buryport, says the Herald, has recently undergone Gen. A. Hodges. 7, Win. Lawrence, Ozias Good-
a great many alterations, which have rnuch im-' win. 8, Silas Bullard, Henry Lee. 9, Josiah
proved its convenience and appearance, at an ex- Bradlee, Jeffrey Richardson. 10, James Freeman,
pense of $4000. A fine organ, built by Mr. Al- Prentiss Hobbs. 11, John Thompson, John P.
ley, of that town, has been placed in it. Thorndike. 12, John Griggs. Geo. Pace.










FRRpAVY iMOR1?INr .'SPIRIL 1-', 1429.

From Halifax -From our atlentlie corre--
pondeat, we hate received ,files of Ptioincial pa-
pers to the 8th inst. :
But a slight change had occurred in the markets
since pietious advices. Supertine Am. dour. 53s.
6d.-fine,.none--Am. r)e, 43s.-coim, 4. 6d. pet
bushel-Indian meal, 16s. cwi.
Large quantities of ice were offtthe harbor of
Halifax. and all commrnunicortion was thereby catl
oftflron several -essels-going into that point.
In consequence of the' deficiency of silver
change, the House of Assembly hnd passed a law,.
authorizing collectors, and other public :itEicers, to
receive and issue in payments, the British Sh;l-
ling, at the rate of Is. .1. eiurency, and the Biit-..
ish fid. at the rate ofr 7d.'d errency.,
The House of Assembly has passed a vote .of
thanks to Thonias C. Haliburton,-Esq. one of the
members, for his very, laudable and laborious- el-
folts to illustrate thd -hnror3,. Topogiaphy and
reiources of the Proi;ice,, in tho Historical and
stalnlt.ieaccount of Nova Scotia, ja-'t issuing
frotm th ')ee -. "
W'e takeithe ftllowipgnacount frptnuonp of the
latev t-paper ., .. --- -.
We are co rnfid'f state, that his Majeety's
Packet-Myrtle. coianriand0d by Lieul. Si'on, On
her panwage from Be'irumda to this Port. unforta-
"natch struck ualporthe l'iestero erid of the Rag-
ged Island Rocks, riear.Shelburne. on the night of
Friday las,. and,ain a t'rd'.short time. vas corn-
pl ielc wren-aied. At niin. on itht dao, an Ob-
ker3aton ias taken, and courts shaped for Sam-
bro Island Light House, But ott Ing to an unusual-
13 strong N. W'. CorrentLthe Sh-p wa-, carrin.d in
chore, and at nidirt.aht the d-ilressing occurrence
wtok place. Tihe officers anad cew tt re happily
saved, as also the MaIil, but the Cbmin Furniture,
Stores, and Dmost of the clothing of the officer, and
Me-n, n ere lost
Mi. Hanmilton. late -urgeoi of the M513 rile, ar-
aiied here )e-ierday afteinoon, in a small shal-
lop, fr.-.m the wreclk,. ilth the Mail, and sailed
ag-ain ihi- naining, in the Lady Ogle, (kimdh of-
feied for the purposeeby Mes-si. Cunard. with
prc, isions, for the subeistence of Lieut. Sis-.an and
hi' cret. %t ho ate emnplnyed in saving t%,hat na-
lerils Ithev can bom the t reli..
In coneTa'ainaie-of this di-teassing eient, the
Mit;rine Packet ldl reludTlfrtaediatealy to Fal-
niouth ; and the Mail-and' despatlches rie"ivd-L-b
her fhiun, England. far Bermuda. will be forward-
Ed bh Ihe Gtj.-rnient Bnug, Ch.:bucto, which
tisr i .- w ill sail in a t fat d.iys.

Fimn Enl-. inI./.-The shilp Grecian, nt New
\'ark, t.ingi Liierpo-l dates to the 51h of March.
There ta.s io ab'it'nfenit of the uit;-Catholic
ex.crem-ut. in LIhle li''-,ae of Lo- ds. on the 2d.
the Duke of Necnraile ga-e notice that he should
move h call of the houie. on the da3 that mniglht be
fi..ed foi bringing int oIhat hon-e the bill fIr the
retino al -f 'Catholic di-abilitie-. which he said lie
should designate as' 'a bill for oppres-iuagund in-
juring the King, and for introducing Pop,-i3 and
aibiiaiy power." The dedtbare was verI warnr,
the Dukres of Wellin ion aud Su-.sex, and the
Bishop of Bath and WVeJIL took an cite part.-
The Archbishop of Yotrk,. on the presentation dfa
petition, -aid- his op;uinion- i'i;t re-pecl Ito tIne
C'alltolic qiue;inrin hadlindelir,ne no: t change. rHe
knew nothing aloulthe b;il to be intrcduced; but,
if it made adequate securities for thie established
church, he would-support it. ie 'should, hovwer-.
er. feel a his dultr.y opppgse e, bill if Lthau wire
not he cae. The.iDule of Gloucester said, it
wa-r'unfortunarely necessary to adopt soiIe meas-
ure for the en m einancipattien of three C.'aholi..
lfor no hilf me' urenwiould do. He ai-s conain-
ced that the M .iaiers Would not piopose any
measure umoi"nisteient with the security of the
Church eastabliliniarr.
The Duke of 'WeUington said. that the propos-
ed bill would be introduced on the Ifurth by Mr.
Peel; that it -.tuld .be free from the lea-: en-
croa:bhmen t on existirnn inesIitinons, and would not
;nterfltre with the oaths of the present prela-tes;
that it would not touch, upon the present protes-
tianr eistaih hl ninl.. nn nor nupon their securilies in

any miaanner; and that, he would engage to p"re, man, of I e la .'-., lch -.11 ail imposed upon it,
that the nie.sure, about to be adopted, 40o farfrom and enter, un d-- the dominion ol ethers; but
tending to che.iih and establish popery, would chemists, n hoi i general, are indifrfeient phisiol-
conndu,-e to check ins prog.ie, and extend protes- ogita,, have. neglected iheie fact-, and hate thus
taninm., .peciall; in Ireland. been the tneans of introducing into medicine- mnch
Petit,.i. s ,i continue to pour in for and against' that i en oneoats both in theory and practice. Mr.
Cathlnic enrancip-ition. of which the laller are that i4 erroneous both i theors and practice. Mr.
mnuch the nin:e nuo'ne'ous. Macnrih, in his ihule work on drunkenness, amen-
cnanmninle- easi cl.oisein h. ballot no consi;lir lions seietil caesar of pontaaeous combustion, all
a petition ,niin-tr Mrl: O'Conn-l'1 I;gl to i eial. ofl hen more or le-s doubtful, t leaa,t in the de-
The njirrib, of qualified Stiers in the Catboh tail, though it would certainly be carrying sceep
Agsaiatlion at tLhe period ol is dis-olulicn was oa-r y 6
15. 000 ticism 100n fr to doubt of the occurrence altoA
About ':3fin,,ili, were anted in approp. ialions geiher.
for public works in Canada. The apprupiiatioiins
fur this ye-r are fqorC:in-d-.d 67.39S and for No- Sinagular Propnsity to Steal.-In a work
-x. Sc.ntia 4t,5i1. 'I,onnii'' were to be expend- late) published in Paris, on the .)Ionomania of
ed .it H.|lifx and 2ti,wa. i ;at Kingston. Theft, a singular case is mentioned by M. Esqui-
MII. P'el has been elected for i esihury. for rol, a physician. This gentleman had a patient,
Shch place he took the ths and his seat,on who, at theage of fifty-five, suddenly acquired a
propensity to' steal thi silver spoons and forks,
bolaom'bi.a.--Ad-icr are ,c-Pited from Bogo- wherever he dined;: but, as he was never unat-
)a and )MaIr.cin b-,lto the -lh ut. inclusive. Mr c ,, .
Harisond .or in r. arrived alt. inclusive. Mron th. tended, the property was always taken from him
5th of Febiv.riny, abd presented hs credea tlal,. on the following day, and returned to the own-
on the ;th, to ihe Minitir olf Stato and Secietary erm. Determined, if possible, to -conquer this
of Fa.rein Alfair-. in ihe absence of.the.Libera- propensity, M. Esquirol, on one occasion, when
tor Preident. The -uerilla bands of Ovando .
have been partially ,-ut tip in Popayan. "The sub- dining with his patient, in a numerous company,
stance r -f an o"ricial a-splatch faom the Secretary d:letcilOd ll in the act of stealing a spoon, and
General to Ba.int cr, relating i,-, h., aiaihr in the- publicly exposed him at the tabli' This ex-
river of Gu' ( aquil, in w-Alch Adamiral Guise lost 'posure had the desired effect,.and from that hour,
his life bL a gun bursting, hoa beer antfeipnated b% the propensity to steal, entirely left him.,.
private coire-poaodence, published L.rina dii s .
sinch It i :a- rh'it he mar,,ited the greatest : .an t of. Sen5.Thn Neal, in hs own es-
repugnance in c\eultiiig the oiders-he had re- timation, "the ioofiterre has wren a
ceived from the Per'tian Government, to burn timation, "the
the city of Guayaquil. Bolivia .is said to be article on the subject of Lyceums, and with his
more hostile to PRru than to Colombia, and a usual self-complacency placed above it his seal of
body of 3000 mend is reported to have been or- approbation,, by saying "it is the language of a
ganized to invade the former country. man of sense." As is the custom of this "sen-
Travelling .-T-o show what rapid strides our ior" editor, he falls into a great rage with the.
country is making in improvement, and how as- term Lyceum--calls' it a "big sounding word,'"
tonishingly the facilities of travelling have increas- and finally dubs the *whole concern" a mere
ed within :h.. -,:-re and ten years, we need fur- "school."-An association of gentlemen, for sci-
nish no other evidence than the following Adver- entific purposes, a school! By next week it will
tisement, copied from B. Franklin and D. Hall's probably be with him so feminine an affair, that'
Almanac for the year 1753. Those who now he will denominate it a "woman's school!" We
complain of delays and inconveniences would do were at first a little surprised, that in proving the
well to commit'it to memory. We take care not correctness of his assertions, he did not, bring to
to alter, or omit a word, which may be. treasured his aid Joe Miller, Jeremy Bentham & Co. but oa
up by antiquaries. reading a little farther, found that he had formed
"This is. to,give Notice to all Persons that shall some new acquaintances, viz: "Torm, Dick and,
have Occasion of transporting themselves, Goods, Harry," whom he says he intends to "invite to
Wares, or Merchandize from Philadelphia to New the' Lyceum."
York, or from the latter to the former, That by
JosEPH BaoirBEN,junior, there is 5. Stage-boat, For three or four days we have been favored
well fitted and kept for that Purpose, Nicholas with a sereneand mild atmosphere. This change
George, Master, and, ifWifid and Weather per- t era at e
mit, will attend at the Crooked Billet Wharff, in of weather has operated like magic upon the
Philadelphia, every Monday and Tuesday in eve- hitherto disconsolate countenances, and benumb-
ry Week, and proceed up to Borden-Town (not ed energies of our citizens. The ladies have
Burlington) on Wednesday, and on Thursday burst forth in their plenitude of numbers,s~eco-,
Mornihng a Stage-waggon, with a. choice good
Awning, kept by Joseph Richards, will be ready rated in gay attire and renovated charms. We
to receive thetr,- and proceed directly to John walked forth yesterday among the gay throng,
Clark's opposite the City of Perth Amboy, who and could not but admire the splendid exhibition
keeps a House of good Entertainment; and on of beauty, and the good taste displayed in the
'Friday a "Stage-boat, with a large commodious arra meant of dress No doubt many will mar-
Cabbin., kept by Daniel Oheyant, will be ready to arrangement of dress. No doubt many will mar-
receive them, and proceed directly to New-''ork, vel at the assertion,--but more pretty faces grace
and give her Attendance at the Whitehall Slip, our promenades this season, thanwe have ever

ridai the Half Moon Battery. If People be ready
at the Stage Days and Places, '6is believed they
may pass quicker by Twenty-four Hours than any
other Way as our Land Caniage is len Miles
shooter than by o\'ay of Burlington. aid our
%\aggon does not t dl to go thin' in a Day. -1e
expect to g.ve a better Satisfaction this Year than
last, by reason we ale more acquainted with the
Nature ol the Busineas. and hate more convenient
Boats, lVaggous and Stages., and will endeavor In
use People in the best Manner we are capable of,
and hope all good People ill give it the Encour-
agememit it deserves, and us, as the Promoters of
such d public Good. Jo.Er-E BoRPEN, junior,
N. B. Joseph Borden's Shallop, Charles Van-
dyke, Master, will a-o be at Philadelphia- ee'y
Friday and SaLurday in etery Week; enquire for
h;m at the Queen's Head; he proceeds to Borden-
Town (not Burlingtonj on Sunday, and the Stage-
waggon also proceeds to Amboy every Monday in
ever' Week."
W'e welcome our correspondent on the subject
of introducing some of the elements of Geology
into Common Schools, and hope his hits will
receive that attention from parents and instructers
which their importance demands.
Geotorry for Schools.-The bllowiag reason
urge parenlsaand teachers to take'irneasurs to in-
troduce a few of the elements of.Geology into
schools, soon to coninmrence-for the Snmmer,. iz-:
1. 11.tould be a commence&nent upon the in,
fant school system .of-!idtrnc ttoan, r.eeiiig
to childrenl-'the' baracter ,and 'de'i- oF objects
around then.
2. It would furnish a most interesting and use-
ful subject of instruction to children. Within a
few month' past. the science of Geology has been
introduced into numerous schools in different
paris of the country ; and in no instance has it
been known to fail of becmniig attractive and
interesting, even to young children. Few scien-
ces are of a mooe practical or u-eful character.
3. It would extend a knowledge of our tesour-
ces in the mineral kingdonm,and for the benefit of
agriculture, manaul:rcitute, and internal impiote-
nimets, as iell as for the advancement of sci-
4. It would commence geological and agiicul-
tural surveys in a nsti efficient manner. In New
England, not less than lalf a million children will
attend school during the-coidng-a n. A few
geological -pecimens. eiiltl a small manual to d e--
saribe thema., would induce and enable members
or schools, when thlev were introduced, to e\-
anilne and collect .ip-ei%-,... .! inerals wnhtin
their rem.:h. And .f II'N,.Omi 'Outg, lint v-"i --'
tory, active and etfaCienl sureyotons could be en-
I;sted in various; parts of New England, to ex-
plore her nrintial kingdom, it could not fail to
bring to ow many hiJdein treasures of the earth,
for the benefit of science and the arts.
5. It would present an agreeable, healthful and
instructive amusement, to young people. In the
numerous schools in which il hai been inltrduced,
it has never failed of this result. An excursion to
exam.,fine and colJeact specimens of the works of
nature around their, is uniformly prefe-ied b.7
children to their ordinary recreations.
6. ft would furnish specimens Ioi State col-
lectlonrs of mninerals. If collections were made
in all Ihe towns in a State, they might eus;il fur-
nibh a coniplet anite of specimens to10 be deposited
in thecapitol. ,

Spoitanajio Co, lsti;.--Ir the ainatori
cal examination oh huOminodies after death, noth-'
ing is mere common thaEijp find the body chaLged
wilh inflanonable gases. whence the insufferable
odoui that exhales f'im i;t. That so great a quan-
t;hy of tlheie ga-ese might accumulnate, so as to-sup-
port combustion is, perhaps, not impossible; but
it is to be remembered, that they are the result of
deeomposilion, and that such decomposition can-
not take place to any extent in the lIning fibre.-
lWhen animal matter runs to deca3, it parts with

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bitore witnessed. We do not say this to discour- .
age any of those who have rested their.hopes of. ... MARRfED,
matrimrnoial bliss, on the ensuing months, for, Ia hlis c.Yv. on 'ilhndav evening, 'npi. E',eiel H
1-Hir s uisi 1s'5 "''is. .Sm nnda ia s- r.
however true this statement may be, this seeming B, R-. itr. 1 rr3,~ihip r M.e.r-n 0 oMi '
overplus; will by no means lessen the chances of Sarr, It. I Vi.- I: r. t chs,irl,"s irhip,of" R.:biur), t
Alml s Sara', I K. 9a AOi,- of]D' hami.
connubial alliances ; for the unusual attraction of In Dorchester, 'Mr. W. Pafrey, of this city, t
the presentfair, will lure many a weary Bache- Miss Elizabeth Waterman Bates.
lor, who has heretofore withstood the warfare of LoIkest Camtridge, Mr. Peter Jones to MissmEliz
smiles and dimples, to commit a deed for which In Harvard, Mr. Benj. Bailey to Mrs. Lucy Bryant
we sincerely hope he may have cause to rejoice- Mr. Jositneyah Esq. to vell Miss S Hannah Haskell.apgood; Iaa
Com. In Lowell, Mr. William Wentworth to Miss Mar
___. I ---.,- ----. .. ... Prescott.
COUGHS, ASTHMAS AND COSUMP In Haverhill, Eliphalet M. Holt, of Boston, to Mis
,TIONS. S Mary Ann Colby..
HE Public are respectull informed that AN In SalemMr.'Edward WinntoMissElizaHarvey
T DERSON'S COUGH DROPS and PECTO- Mr. Wm- S. Roberts to Miss Susan E. Cook.
RAL POWDERS have from an -extensive rise for In Beverly, Mr. Joshua Keunison to Miss Sall
nine years past, proved' themselves to be one of the ndrews; Mr. Reuben Herrick to Miss Elizabet
most valuable remedies ever yet discovered for the -
cure of coughs, colds and other affections of the InBnidgewater,by Rev. R. M. Hodges, Mr. Alma
breast and lungs leading to cdnsumptions. Thous ine award to Miss ElizaH. Washburn.
ands have experienced the happy effects of this heal- "
ing balsam, and many of the highest respectability ': DIED,
have voluntarily given certificates, some of which will In this city, widow Mary Simonds, aged 91; Mrs
accompany each bottle, that will satisfy every unpre- Eliiab-L"h Qulgir,, 28, wife of Mr. Patrick Q. Mi
judiced mind that' the most extraordinary and unre- J.hln S. Ryani, 51: Mrs. Anne, widow of the late Dr
pected cares have been performed by the use of this Oliver Smith, 74 ; Mr. Robert Adams Jones, 28;-
maediine in cases of long standing, in which ott.r kMrs. Ann Gibbs PAtten.39; George W. Palfrey, 35
medicine had pr-Jduced no fri,.rathl.' effects, and Mrs. AliceeDrohan, 24; Mrs.'Sarah,wifeofMr. Pat
where the mnirt skillul f.hpt.crn bad ve-n it,-m up Farnam, 35.
as hopeles f i %not prtiend..I that ihey are an inr- On Sunday, Irs. Pr.Acil- Hugl.i..rd, wi.d...w .lth
fallile core in all .. u- t.-i esiu.:h as are incurable, I-it Dr. John H., o lNew V-t'.:k k:Ii NSancn, wideo
heeire h f te ii w lus i trhait witllt bo'iratill relinied tl n hi of -he late Samuii ,l Ar...irn., E"'q i-I.
ise them. i.Scatc-; racs.e'e lcdis, c,,uihs. pa[nin On SundaJy evmnlun,-, M I.. Calirtine Borman, age
h i'n si?, de.im ils nf breathing,s'want rf ils p :irifsng 6_. i na L6 .r.3fr-. En.i..
rom debiiytv, cr ern ieied caniu.mapiuri, but i'nv b.. On Tur-s.tJ. Js.-ii.E Fru'-rnck. sonof J3aaes Den
rlsev..d by a tjr-el, u.-e r.L thiI hI.ahing baliam. Eich tor I., gcd 6 v ear' ans 7 mnis-,-
dollar b.,ul s .I thi i mr.-lirne c..,r.nai ; ai u t, i'..t It, .n.. Or. S ,:.nr, t l.ii, s.id T .wnsend. NM. D. aged 76
sea. ahich pr-,es 'he.n to be a chap rdicinci corn.- In .'.Irl..-'ern. SIn'. S:,riti llnar-.peraci. age-d 86.
ideii.g theirs- ites. .. Iln Dorchl,.sr. Mr. Stephen.Pierte, aged 57.
NEW CERTIFICATES. n Detl..ut,_Mits Wa*still.Poond,-aed.~-3.
T.- flamess M..tlen. Hud.:.n, N. Y. In Marblehe d, Mri. Thomias"-P'rrick,,-',red29:-
In ite sir,rng o, erhli:. n hundred ei.hse-n, Mr. Miss. Bel..y Pakir, 1"; liSi,. MiSl Gal. ;0: Mrs
ElI-iar Harris. nmn in sery indig.e..,' cir.ur-risTincer, Hainnh, wle ".C('ap,. Ti:,rina.n. Martin, 45 ; Mr. C.:.r
and wli- Iha.t isbornmdl Iur -re i,,:i, i.)ei ilt fit r iorne ieliur Doad i(;.
rian a 'ear., w isi olsc o. nil s ed tini i n li.r. itTc .-n of In N.:.taurpr',nrt. MiS'. Annr,. rei,cI[ f the lale M
the lungs. ,acoraiipianied by a li.hl dry cough. Cfre. Al.r.ham Not,' ,r-ji, ...- ..
qiently unable .- rai,: ,any thing Irsr ,earl, half an In Sherburn-, Mfr Jian.ts H...Ir.:..k. atsd 6G.
ih.ur. arnd then, i. -.si c.r.tmin '-m.i blond. Hi- c.:tuh t In E :' -u.It.ui r, Mr W m m ii n. ae 75.
W -s o '.:'.sre al, irn:e'smn t.h'v hn : h ..-...n bhC.ri.e ,i, E s-.' k. L,ipti.e Mrl Air,r Lout-a. .il'e of Capt
much emaciated, his eyes glassy, and his strength left Dar.iil Ad irrm, aginsl jl..
him to that degree that he was wholly unable to labor; In Liile-s. M'."s tIrra B.-t..c, ag.,d 33, formerly o
compassionating his situation, a friend of mine and Es-. tH d..dam, Cc.n
myself, procured for him one bottle of Anderson's In Warwick, Capt..Benedict Arnold, aged 75.
Cough Drops. By taking "'which, in about' three In Upton, Mrs. Ann, wife of Mr. Daniel Nelson
reeks, to my astonishment, he was so far restored as ,aged 39. '
o be able to perform his usual labor.- In Paxton, Mr. Silas Bigelow, aged 43.
GAIUS STEBBINS. In Westbrook, Abigail Sawyer, daughter of widow
IHillsdale, Feb. 19, 1828. Rebecca S. aged 17.
I, Robert Kidney, of Rochester, Monroe county, In Sr: '.- r,.' l. a,- irmunel Augustus Haven, 28.
T. Y. do hereby certify that for a long time I was so In B-.rsnm. iL. iS. -.:s. t-subdn Puffer,:D. D., in
edficed by an affection of the lungs, attended with the 74i', h ir .,I II: -,:.. ui,.1 1'h o, i..- minister.
ain in the'breast, difficulty of breathing, &c. that my In N.: Y. 'ik, Inr. %...,r 1'. li,, l- r. aged 29, for-
fe was despaired of and given up as incurable by a merely of Boston; Archibald Gracie, Esq. for iany
nuncil of five physicians.; but by the advice of Dr. years a distinguished merchant. ,

G. Hitchcock,' of Rochester, was induced to make
trial of your Anderson's Cough Drops, and by using
oac bottle was restored to perfect health. I would
t ilr inend all those afflicted with a similar
complaint, make ame remedy, as I am
perfectly satisfied that it saved nd t
Rochester, March 11, 1828.
This valuable medicines counterfeited. Purchas-
ers must be particular and ask for Anderson's Coughs
Drops, prepared by James Mellen, and also see that
the bottles are, stamped in the, glass, J. Mellen, ir.-
stead of I. Miller. .
For sale wholesale and retail by S. N. Brewer, &
brothers, D. & J. Henshaw & Co. G. Brinley& Ce.
Delano & Whitney, and Lowe & Reed, Boston.
Dec. 19, lawtMyl4
T HE Proprietor feels great pleasure in having it in
his power to present to the public so invalitible a
PASTE." This article having been used in a small
circle with so great success, is now brought E before the
public for the "Cure of Rheuma:.im. Chilblami, Burnrn:.
Bruises, Fractures, Swelled L,,.,t.s andl J....ri, W'h.ie
Swelling, Diseases of the Breast, Pleurisy, and indeed
all pains which yield to external remedies.
Retnls ,r.s.i 5- a di" ea.- wth,ch hia r. siizi l h:f.
r.1. 'A lililul mI. Ins i IUnI y.:-.l t.,r us .ulire; bit in l h
arsi. l the p:,!.usnL ill rind.A ..ipe.: re-r.e T I,.:- ii-
meroue rsn ri.n : :-ia 'wtlnch o;an it pr...i]u.: el of '1iA .I'..Jr.
1 ChAilrmr.ils, ill be i-ur z iient pr-..:.f ofhii frlic yu inn
that co.li', iI'.s. For Burns, it .; b.e-n it-.: with sin--
paralleled success. Opodeldoc has lIonr t.:'n the onl.y
.irnile- for Sprains, Bruises, &c. &c. but riall .:.t" ith
P P r i. will convince tjspublic thE.r it will prove i".,r
more efficacious in every complaint u":.r t"h, i p.h t-po.-
doe is used,,ard'it'ieed, entirely su[,-r.eiP., ih..- ar.i.n,
-The-folToowing Certificates of different Cures are se-
-ected the; Proprietor thinking it useless to give greater
evidence of the value of this important Medicine.
Rheumatism.-In December last I was taken with a
severe attack of Rheumatism in my back and limbs.-
My legs and ancles were badly swollen, attended with,
so much pain, that a could notes walk without assistance
ald great effort. I remained in this'dreadful situation,
for some days; when a friend advised me to use
"Spring's Paste."-and it is with gratitude I state, that
by the use of this most valuable article, I'was very
soon enabled to attend to my domestic affairs, and am
now well. ....BETSEY ATWOOD.
Boston, January 5, 1829.
Fracture.-'Jtr. R. Cole,-It is with much satisfac-
tion that Istate an unlocked for relief from the "Paste"
advertised by you. In alighting from my Chaise, I be-
came entangled by the reins, and was precipitated on
the sharp corner of a rock, and was so badly injured,
that I thought my knee-pan broken. My leg swelled
to an enormous size, with excruciating .pain, and be-
came useless. I obtained'the "Paste," and ifter rub-
bing the part afflicted for about half an hour, it was so
much relieved as to enable me to walk; and after a few
applications, it was entirely restored. Yours truly,
Boston, January 12, 1829. A. SAMUEL. J
Ceilblains.-I have been troubled much with the
Chilblains, and had recourse to many supposed reme-
dies, but have never, been so fortunate as to be cured,
until I made trial of "Spring's Rheumatic and Bone
Paste;" and I deem it a duty to acquaint the Public,
that, by only three. applications, I was entirely cured ;
and consequently think it a remedy, for which, the
Proprietor deserves the greatest-encouragement.
Boston, Jan. 20th, 1829.
It is put up in bottles, stamped with the words--
"SPRTvG'S'P ASTE," with directions bearing the sig-
nature ofI. WIV. SPRING, and the wrapper signed by
R VYONT) CaLE, who is appointed sole Agent for the
ar'icle-none is genuine, unlessso distinguished. "
O.'-Price 50 cents a bottle.
N. B. Any person wishing to become a vender of
the "Paste," will address their orders [post paid] to
RAYMOND COLE, Boston, Mass. which will meet
with prompt attention, and the article advertised free
of expense to the vender, in a paper published where
he may reside.
For sale by RAYOND 'COLE, No. 155, Court St.
Lowe '- Reed, No.,11l, State, and 44, Hanover St.
Smith 4 Clark; E. Wight, Milk, opposite Federal
Street; Nathan Jarvis, 118, and J. I. Brown, 425,
Washington Street; Hall 4- Holden, Charles, cor-
ner of Beacon Street; Samnuel Kidder & Co. Charles-
town; Calvin Baker, Roxbury ; 4T'ittier 4- Whee-
ler, Cambridgeport.
doec 19 .. eop
JAMES W. BURDITT, Franklin Head, No. 27,
Court St. has received by the London Packet,
ENGLISH DRAWING PAPER, of superior quali-
ties, front the size of 15 by 20 to 31 by 52 inches.
Boxes of Water Colors, and single cakes, a great va-


TUESDAY, APRIL 14.-Arrived, brigs Ultima,
R owe, S r.n;r, ,m 523 h F.b ; H -r.-' h1 C .'. .r- Li, .,r-
ol, 1it FP b. .:.hr HM'r,.i. N..-k.r,:,n. New .',rl-
sl... L.' O .1.:1. S- ler.m ; [..lu r C.u w do .-
Rap.if..1. f. N rilthr : E-..|,:.. \ .1.. Pd.rtl .l"
V.:.,.r_. t.a.Lce-r',n-j ... Mil.IJil..1Il.. Sxre.- i, d.
Sophronia, Sawyer, do.---
('tottd, ihii-,, G;t.,rl,.ir. tba v- .^i- ar', --
Ivll,.rp..rr, Pril S. iinrah;; brig. Her.ium., Ak.,i,-
F'.rhav.n : Dai el b.-_..ir. Barr,....ati, Trindad, Cu-
tb: Jora.i. B-ki. r, H-il.I'. : L,ir. ., Bowley, Cape
Haiiieri; Brli.l.s. Carn.nrigham, Wiscasset; 'schis.
(.'ardran, W.ili..r.Il. 'St. Peters; Jew, Deforest, New
York ; Pfl.ei, & P.:.ll%, H.pk.lr,. Vinalhaven; Rein-
de.r, Kimball. JI'si.h I: 1'ia.., Polleys, Portland.
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 15.--Ar,r.d.t.r,ts G.,.
H-nrv. W alt,. H-isil'a,. 9tht ir. .; iVI11;-,n. I,',lIrm:.
N.,-. Orliano 2-1l S W Pa- ;. :-A.7tPl. : 1,'ll.1rn,
Bro,,n, Gui,.apii, 23.1 ui:. ; Mary v Elizabetih. All. h,
N. Orl,i ,_, 5th ulh. S. F.. Pas.. ist .n*,. ,i. Ho)lm. 's
H.,1.: Errl; (Erin M ,l Picket.) Killev. Halilrw. ,
~rh ,n.*;.; or,% &: Susan, W ti, ni.rmr,?,St. Ctr,:, W E.
27rt.inI.; .chr_.. (nouvir Buieins, lMatiimudlmn.t. N H.;
Mridiin. luersq-ll. Richm.ond; Cf rdl,, 'TrfeLth.-n,
D.-ver; (.onieti, Frvzt, Ocraceck ; Li%, Oi. B..ir-
iram, New'v York ; Wirr;or, .cudJer, .io. ; E;ipi,,
Le i,, l.,o ; G.-n. Siark, Baxter. do.; Fr-,nces- L.
Kcnr.,..l Hol-bs. '.ishir.rr., C. ; \"i', li,, r In.
grhani t. ir.v: E.Jwirdj Pr.ble. II..,.r;. E ;ipo,rr,
Iemnent, Charlaston ; Echo, Gooidspred. R-.riford,;-.
Lorenz.). Paritn, PrisInoitLh i BaI sev Pierce, Howes,
Fredericksbur ; Piimr-..-u, Howeq, Balumlnie ; Mra,
L.wi:. ('i.arlk:iton : ''izer, H...oper, M jrblehea.t';-
.l-.p, Lib'-r ra. Prou',. Scluair ; Ilinar et. H.irri.n ,
Pimoulth ; Be.ii.Tr, Hneh, Nc. Bedl,.rd; ricLurJ,
l- ,rian r H rlth:.iJd.
Cleared, ship ClematisL Low, Charleston; brigs
Massachusetts,:Hobart, Havrna; Watson, Winslow,
Portland ; scbrs. Patriot, Bright, St. Pierres, Mart.;
Adir. '.;tr.. N.;li. port; New Packet,R ankin,
W.ll IMir.-.r, ut.,etr, New YorB k ; sloops. Globe
Baker, d.. ; 0.:. Pi, Lowis, Albany;. Pacific, Mar-
chant, Edgaitbown ; Harriet, Hbolmes, Plymouth.
THURSDAY, APRIL 16.-Arrived, ship Navy,
Brig Stephef; Lincoln, from Truxillo.
Schr. Combine, Martin, from Cape Haytien.
5.: hr. W: l.l .E. E11;. from Havana, via Vineyard.
Sowt. Fall), E ,:r.r, from'Nantucket.
5.?'r. \i., )it. El". -Il. from.Baltimore.
SI..:.p. F.n.'i P.ckh-, Lovett, from Beverly.
Sloop Geo. Washington, Baker, from Yarmouth.
Sloop Cygnet, Osborne, from New York.

T HIS valuable and safe Medicine is composed en-
:,r! ,:',::. '.1.:. and has been used with un-
parall.~l..1 *i,: .c.'. Tl.i patronage of many Physic-
ians, and the testimonies of approbation received from
thousands who have-been cured by it, sufficiently jus-
tify the p foprietor in recommending it as -a safe and ef-
fectual medicine for curing the following diseases, viz:
. Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Whooping Cough-
Difficult Breathing, Influenza, Quinsy, Asthma, Spit,
ting of Blood, Flatulency, Cramp, &c.
(J-The following certificates from gentlemen of
respectability, who are publicly known, are proof of
the efficacy of this popular Medicine.
Certificate.of the Ifon. Stephen R. Bradley, L.L.D.
I S :i-.: R. Bradley, of Westminster, in Vermont,
iL..:.:,ifr. r, .' I Ilie, been for some time well ac-
qi ,ii-.! '- ah il. (...:.c effects of Doct. Jona; Moore's
lrsr,.: ,of Lil.', ,. rmy own. family, and others; and
can recommend it to: be an extremely safe and useful
family Medicine in colds, coughs, and all disorders of
the lungs and;breast; in the whooping cough and all
spasmodic qcmplaints ; and make no doubt the citizens
of America 'vould receive great benefit in a more gen-
eral use of thie same. And being, personally acquaint-
ed with Drti'Moore, and finding him to be a discreet
and well informed men, I cannot but hope he will re-
ceive all duipencouragement.
I1l ,. ".,:. ,Sept. 2, 1805.
7'.. n'i.,, ,/ may concern.-We the undersigned
phlysioians who have proved the efficacy of Dr. J.
Moore's Esnence of Life, conceive it our duty to pat-
ronize the Medicine, anid are of opinion that if gener-
ally used it ivill be of public utility.
L. D. Dummerston; Wmr. TowN, West-
.minster; C. W. CHANDLER, Andover;-
.THAN BADGER, Westminster ; NATHAN
-Chesterfield ; and CHARLES BLAKE,
(0-For sale by MAYNARD & NOYES, No. 13,
Market St. law8w-March 10

nrety-C-amels Hair and Sable Pencils-Ivories for NEW ENGLAND MUSEUM,
Miniatures-Dobbs & Brookman and Langdon's 176, COURT STREET.
Drawing and Chalk Pencils-Crayons, all colors- 1HIS large and elegant establishment is now in
Tracing, Ivory, Gold, and Fancy Colored Papers- the best order for visitors, well warmed and well
Clhina and Earthen Slabs and Pallets-Cases of Sau- lighted every evening. It is very large, filling
cers-Brass and Steel Port Crayons-Colors for Paint- ELEVEN. HALLS and APARTMENTS, and m con-
ing on Velvet-Drawing Books-Brushes tor Painting sisting of the most rare and wonderful productions of
on Velvet; Fancy Colored and Gilt Screen Handles NATURE and ART, selected from all parts of the
Bow Pens and Compasses; Steel Drawing Pens;- world.
Setts of Dividers, with Pens, &c.; Ivory and Box- During .the last few months, many new improve.-
wood Scales ; Leather Stumps; Gold Ornaments;- ments and numerous additions have been made, which
Swan Quill Hair Pencils, &c. ; Elegant China Paint- have been highly satisfactory to all who have witness-
ings of Flowers, Birds, &c. ; Rice Paper; Indian Ink- ed them. The Girand Cosmorama of Constanti-
March 27 islaw4w nople is both pleasing and instructive. 15 NEwv
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. WAX FtoUR.ES have been added, among which, that
W AIT, GREENE & Co. Booksellers, 13 Court- of the venerable'"_nlaster Tileston" is much adnijred.
T street, inform their friends and the public, that The Proprietors hope their exertions will meet the
they haye in connexion with their establishment a approbation of the public, and in particular, that their
Printing Office, and will be happy to receive orders for country friends, at this season, will "DRst IN."
the execution of every description of Letter-Prers R3Admittance 25 cents, without distinction ofage.
printing, such as Books, Pamphlets, Circulars, Hand ***Members of the Legislature, who pay once and
and Shop Bills, Cards, Certificates, Notifications and leave their names, are admitted during the session.
Blanks of all kinds, &c. &e.-Punctuality and neatness jan 27 epistf
will be aimed at, and the terms will be reasonable. POSITIVE CURE FOR THE
feb 27 lteop. PILES.
C OPPER Suction Pumps-Square and Round T ARY and OINTMENT, aoFeonlysan e ly reure,
Boilers-Boiler Doors and Grates-Lead Pipe, constantly for sale at No. 156,Washington street, Bos-
&-c. manufactured and for sale by S. H. & W. C. ton, by CHARLES BARRELL, Agent, who has re-
HUNNEMAN, No. 20, Union St. linquished the sole agency for the United States to the
April 14 lawly proprietor. eTly sep 28


GIBSON, No. 39, COURT STREET, Minot's Build- mention, will be sold as low in proportion-together taini"g a great variety of interesting matter, with eight ducted by IJAvi) BREWSTER, LL. D. &c-publish-
ings. Boston, March 6th. with a general assortment of Gentlemen's, Youth's, beautiful engravings, among which is a splendid por- ed at PHILADELPHIA, by ED WARD PARKER,-is
DELATNO & W I[TNEY Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes. Likewise, trait of GEN. JACKSON,-tle Battle of New Orleans, offered for sale. It is a splendid work, and will be
DVIn0LESALE 4 & RETAIL DE LERS Philadelphia, Baltimore and Red Sole Leather, Last- -the Hermitage, the Capitol, and a large Map of the sold at a bargain. Inquire at this office- mar 27
WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALERS ings and Sheetings, Kid, Morocco, Lining and Bind- United States. SUPERIOR ACCO ODATIONS
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS ingSkins, Shoe Thread, Ribbons and Galloons, &c. r-Booksellers will be supplied at liberal discount. OR a Gentleman and his wife, consisting of a
AND &c. eptf dec 5 March 31 handsome, airy parlor and chamber, in a central,
MEDICINES. HIDES, LEATHER, SUMAC, &c. LECTURE ON RAIL ROADS. pleasant part of the city.' A line addressed to B. H. J,
-ALSO- lEAVY Brazil Hides, suitable for Sole UST Published, by Henry Bowen, Province House and il s Office, will rceve immediate attention.
AGENTS FOR SELTLNG THE Leather; 2500 St. Thomas do.; 2000 Row, Washington street,Boston, "A Lecture
New-England Crownt and Chelmsford Russia do.; 400 sides Upper Leather, from Tan ; 700 on Rail Roads, Delivered Jan. 12, 1829, before the NOTICE.
WINDOW-GLASS. sides Sole Leather; 13 tons Sumac; 3 Dwelling- Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association.- 'NE or two Gentlemen can be accommodated with
N os. 19 20, South 11arket and Chatham Streets, houses and 5 lots of Land-will be sold for cash or ap- By William Jackson, A member of the Association." Board in a private family in a central part of the
cBOSTO oN. Improved credit, by NATHAN ADAMS, Charlestown The second arid a very cheap edition-price 50 cents city, where they can have a parlor and chamber, if de-
March 10 is33 Square. dee 10. per dozen- 6 cents single. march 20 sired. Apply at this Office. April 14

I. Or, Spirit of, the English .Magazines,. To. LxVII. RICHARDO KEEPING SCHOEOLNG B I -
"UST' pubLished, by Jot h OTTOD,. 184, Wash- T DAY published by WELLs & LILLY, Court (Room No. Scollays Buildings, Pemberton ill A IO AL
as ington Street, the ATHENEUM; Or, Spirit of ...Street.,
to the Engl,,h illogazines, No. 14, for April 15.-Em- CONTESTS, IL posite non .Tes aEvening, SepteMberth THIS D April
,ll,nhed with iso elegant whole-length Portrait Fig- AT --1. St. Petersburi A Journal ofTray- tihalast Tt tdy TisbTurdt HE R SY,' A ck at" 1 Store, t
to ure, in a Morn;ag and a Dinner Dress. els to and from that Capital through Flaanders, the and Fr;iday.. -t 1 olok 'EveninaseS k ft, ook at a tor ot
CUrErh.I -April; First and Last; The' First Rhenish Prdvinces, Prussia Russpi, Poland, Seia ocokeac weekfrom the omer of Cross and Salem Stteets, (SherifflaSale,)
za and Lsi -), n.,,er; The Best Bat in the School; The Saxonythe Federated StatesofGeimany,andranced Ithis School HI T OCKS i-il all i tae noa sundry-Writs, and .ill be sold by consent of
Ancestral Song, by Mrs. Hemans; Hansel Monday; By. A. B. GraFville,. S.,&e. loied as inlar. P parties, the entire stock of a Grocery State, Also, 1
t; Dick Dewlap,; The Improvisatori, the Confessions of 2. On the designs of Ruaita. By Lieut.-Colonel a, b thndps-~m re' rlkarrne." ,.r "r-. Lehigh Stove antd Funfice, Watet. Sit. ietyl.
c a Male, and the Performance of a Female; Le'Jeune De Laey Fvans. t on-- 1, t i.' r .ht ...' tIa o"m. At 1hd0 o'clock, at Office WaterSlock, one variety ornt
Aveugle, the Blind Boy; Edinburg Sessional School; 3. A Few Words on ur Relations with Riussia, trl r. .' r I.i p. ompx household Furniture. t 1.e'lock, aone Dearaorntu
ry You '1l Come to Our Ball; The Boxes; The Vision including some Remarks ona recent Publication, b N"r. npithued-a e.trnl r.-- urli, Pbatet Balance,t with brass peas, frame aidapparatuus
of a Godless World, from the German of John Paul Colonel Dii Lacy Evans, entitled 'Designs ofRu ssia. r ih I- rne .n I..[: 'ni-A hir i.- r. complete, to weigh 1000 lbs.-1 large counting-rooni
s Richer; The Latest London Fashions; Varieties, ByaNon- s larmist.. applying r e d a .. Desk-10 boxes Chocolate.
&c. &c. apr 17 A7 .,l-.-Tb.h Chronological Index to (lieh S'a,'- posti!1g,'pro.;n ihit p,.lt;r,, ind hralu cl.-,inog ,s By BAKER & ALEXANDER, at early candlelight,
; UTICA AND SCHENECTADY PACKET the io l querf i Anne blished. by the cord r.ibirelt A e, ir.. o n( O Atcio n so R sCrnhllSquare
-BOATS. ComIssion. ,i11ne ar as possible,
y Co issio cor ;n r near as possible, combining Anextensive assortment of Books
h .. ART. I-I.-1. The Adventures of Hajji Baba, 01 A pr.ar .uni b made during ..l F rs ONDA Y.Si 20
I flip.t.n, in England. .- -, n i' ". By DamNI L FIE L 12 o clinic, nion, on i.'
a- 0i. A. The Kuzzilbash. A Tale of Khnrasan. m ntal' ed, anypremises, a lot of land on Southack St. conaining4100
2-VThe Kunzi'bash.,A Tale ofRhraan i .... the da. k-ycalling ai ihe SO,~P Rosin.fm. e;- sl "i ad
.........- -. ART. IV.-1. PrinciplesofElementaryvTeaching., e... t16. feet; with a small tenement standing.on the samb, ad-
h ;efly in Retfrenf c to the Parochial Sc hoo f Sco joining estates of H. G. Otis, Esq. Mr. Thomas Darl-
-- lan.: in Ilo, Leri er to T. F. Kenn.: .. Esq4. M P. MOROCCO WORK ing and .Kimball. Conditions- at sale,
... HE .two Regular Daily Lines will be run the en- By 'ames Pillans, F. R. S. E., lat. Rector the AlcJuiaorturd i. m-uch re,.itr S Sli ,ihani foim, ..l .
S suing season, asheretofore, between Schenecta- Hih School, arn rc." Pro.-.-1,r. H',.un,ly ,n the o d7,f rl i, ,d,.d pc,. NuEWSPAPER, BOOK AND JOB PHINT-.
b, dy and lIiii, STiniI.e llna and Schenmt idy Packet SA Unv rA t.unjrgh. _SAMUEL J. H. SMITH, ING LTA BLISHMEN IC .
dy Boat CompFn,. in conneion riihd heWnes-tn Pines 2. El.oent a Tun...en. Part III. L.dJu Liter- ATE of i.e firm of DYER & SMITH, rsp.t-. Will be sold on SATURDAY, the 2d dayof lMf
i: of'Packn B3ain bie neeli n BuTilo and Oswegr ne s. Th. Classifial and Granmar -h...,,l; or; an fulls it,,rms hi tIrind inn ciislr. ..r I h"rw .next, in the town of Providence, l-y ,rtion.
S 1cBOI ll .. iave Scer crade Buo aernoon.at "'e'tis "a E r.. -.' in. E.-Jucation, mad.. at c....ioni.tli mir.,ii-.ure all hinds of FANCY Mi- HE Nas.papr E r cti.iih-ment of thil CADET
2 o'clock, snJ every Eieniipg.L.7 o'clrik. Miada, i ihe )ars 1 79.l7,; wuh a view ,:, its ROCCO WORK. r i. the old esEblished i. i .. :2, LAND S'1 A TESMAN, a semi-weekly paper,
2e Lo' k u.. .... .e rc o rrnwii a.,Sn 7 tPck,ia rn rle ar Intdon- inr o \chuola. fl.:r ,he t l.ih..r orders of fLilk St. and '...iii:li v.r iiriu.ar..cc of p.,lr.)scC.- consiouirin of the Copvrihi and Subscripion List of
w r al i te We-tern Packel, -Ind everi eic-i.ng, 31 S r ,,, f u .T us Ae tiu- wh" bu,.h l .n.i:;r waA l nd -a cr.n, ed ohr. id pd r .nil le s, Types, Stands,cand
e Lehs-[ltiv ...'-.1g,.IFind..a..r-5lian- rdt "trieuT ype, ,Sl- Iu'. hs r tei] in.dI bnattc LeisT tandsa nd,
qcl I t.. ptcauru iIll a Gr,'In'arScho., By I the Revenrend byc.'i g' l at itirnl'i,-nor,r, a4 ihe id.tnr-rmined to other ]Vliir.riht ic.r printing ilie same. The Subscrip-
Au, s ,'- requery ihe arir ..... '.'d. ;- u ,h so,. rh bJr.I. B l '-. i rs is, ,c.ra ..-rr
d O Ruh li istim anct requireit I, ohe company r Ei ",. Bi ,. a L D & ., ater of She-r- a r p a? n b" t--,chi in N. v .:.rl .,r i- tenr, Li: o thei C.mEIT is vr- ct .Endle, r.'f Ihe ad-
al-, a. n p r .. i .. i. a Ilisa.d Li.ia- alld HE. AC- P ,, :r plc by h. l: i d R ra,. 1 t. or Cre.J.. :r ir na. r ,vr ad ail EOu Th r are
I- COMMI'ODATION LINE, aitHou ii It. Coi Juiv*; i. I- aLt.r .t J .ohn Hughes, Esq., M. A.,, oni On hand, a era....gil e asorin.ai raf iorr'..ccr -,.rk tn' la w Vri oblihm- n lr, *a ie krl in Nea Eng-
1.o l..si. ii,,' n.. oi ri.I I ,-......iir, i 'um h h.sir thl eSyitem.s `r-.:iuion proposed by the Popular and Fancy Goode. viz:- '- '' land, whicGh offer greater advantages to sn enterprising
i. .. i pu l. ,: i.n.:r., c.- .1,1] in It 'Par',; 'Bi he Ti''-cj bn Phillips Potter, M A., Ladies' & G.nvlerr.n', ra mi,. r-pir riri r, ,.r iit ,an lnd rperi.i whot nay ieinclie etorur-
hr.ig pr:.ii,.1-J nrw Bi:.l 1 -a u er.fsi. n-, inte:.fria Ovid C lle.v.. S,0,6,. -. .Jj P:ck't BdA ai',t ,-'"\- Tras. "lir., a. r..,r ctiid uln.r-p-t.
ind accomV'Modain.s, he4ihn iwell e able t. a.co .ili 4. A L 'lcir .to ihe Rich' H.onoutrl, Rrb.r P,'el. I-. lt.r -fi.:..lTl...ck Ca,.:is: rnci-lt,, MinSri:, At i he gaim. ta rill be sold- he ebli'hrrien.E of
jpassge wnuithia considJeably, sLhriter period ibs ono j Subject a th.l ininrs, Lm y i,.[d Sri.-,-, i', f lira, Card,Surger.r,' aridJ the S ATTURD y EVENING ETTE, cnIis.
Shas before een p. acticible. "- ''tlanu. Snme Account of Thi Sr-em (f1 T .pr1-.-tm-... .I.lalr..l Thermonimeir CE;. -'i. ..il .1Sths n.- -hoi nd Siu -.:rNip ii.r L i, toeihe4r
Sa.1 reg larlineitISTACES 1 ,. l a 'TiWl.Tt 'Fch T;' "r r---form-ry.:i..-it.l ..r |B Military Bsmtel.'l4c. &c. sit ih ie T, p. ndPre; ,ir petiiiing the game. There
N n, 50, C ourt S t,, B ose on -' **-..l~ng 1 A p ril .I T ,-.a 'p 'l;," I' E S Dw. G AI I urn' S Sc- -T R I[Dr.I N- "1 oVd road... ......d ... ,s, C,, r I 46 "t ,,an l h n
b- P w a l. i n to.n V coi s w rh- h.r P uh .- I orh D ii. o" I||r |-,i' s rsnrl n., Ti "n, l.r G A is,-rEJanMai, r. a i ,,' s, r a r.. t t and ahe
p .b.,Tro. .nS.cien t ,' e.,n r -, hr"nce i rE ") th. Pra-1.:t. R .,r Shell indnl Mor..c. in, rtii i i nferk I -% iaold 1BOOrK ar.
--- ,rrr-.l of the Steam Boats at ART '.-orr M iis H' r *''-ir r i pensables, irf.lc.j "lth ni. .Binb, i Ni i-i.Al i'h1MfNT, ftirmerlv

a 1R h r ,_ 2 ES B SiNn terror Cw.IAi,,OCE L .:m L t,..: B .-,r ...' B.-n.n it T ...-.ca Back Gank .r n ir., r-. a Berr.iott .e- ., r. -i l y o .l,.l,.:ie ,hr D .. ef11 b ld h hi "-
Uth e if m, a n dr c ',4, 1 8 o f ,t.oth e P et toes 'h l t e ri p l a c e. I l e rlo r t.Brh R l i R o a d-I m :. : ,C B i ats I r l l J ri.r-A ":. u .a ,- B arc k Ga n s" r n ..n e .: i, '- .1 ko or i.fsWr e I i. i J \ Ms i H7 T C Nd N, t e h r .
c .2.o. B) Hi.'sine Ca.i n (Cl.ppr n, :.lf tn ..." \I & c. &c. air. ...l.d tr,;- r..1 all bidder, without reserve. pr t 7
F O R P O R T L A N D.. N t'-. .. i" -i l. T" h ,- J.:.urn a l 'R i.li- -..I A 'few ', Gli.:lh r'- l- i.-.-; .:. lu.,....: Y'fk .
f '" 'wu r The Steam Boat PATENT, L.. ..\'r i', m lis,. l.. ii. Se' -:.:;.sor, p-irilks o i ten Manifold t'r i.ii. .\ neatly repaired. b' 0 BE 0OLD) BSE PUBLIC AUCTN ON.
Capt. Porter, will leave Tiles- EsEr. Ruit. March 6 Imisostf i N .I liR DAY. he twentieth d v a f May n\,)a
ton's wharf, on'SATURDAY. -r 1 .- Ob' P".'- '_inn i_ h P in' I""* .n 11 o'clock, before noon, pur-
ETomorrowij at 4, P. M. F..r M e C..l *:l Cr,-n.r:ry ...l d-pri.nc a r.i- a. a i A l 1xW stirat to a license of the Probate Court, so much of
ix- [oorw]a ,passage,apply or,-b..FardnA .l d b. tst.i .. tn. ra Ca .the.Jnr.then. r rthe Real Estate of Henryi L. Cushman,'late of Bos-
awharf. a p 'r 5 h aund rie l rs i .' 2. Ot..:..[.... .: rIn .l,. Nii:url Righ r -. I Fa r i i to, Jeweller, I:.Ji.. ...1s, a n a l a h. sum of ong
wharf. apr 1 17' i, .- ofr. ,B, st oui .he .-- Ci .l.j .r..I and .t ..:.:1r i..:r Ihundred and fun, i,i :,, '-. drlla, erd eiipr,,N fir,'
S FOR S TALE OR SEXCITANCG. E.iii- -i,..n By Jn...in Rt... E. rE-1.ierih.e r .i Li.s. cents, for the pi. r i.ti. his ji.-i d.et .,- and thiri't d.l-
A G'"i T".. Si..i 1',-..i Hvu;.e, .C Ar"- I i. N.:to.....:..Ci.:.n b. The following Vegetable Preparations are recom- lars more, for ii.,.d-nri nricers Sid Ea.,i' con-
SI.ril .. i ,i. about yearH since, in the : ,'*u n" rIc -S o l. n r tn B'..T- mended as sists of an undivided moiety olfacertaip piece of land,
most thorough manner, and is well calculated for two aW,r 1.. .in ,. i...nr,,re..: .'..f IT.. C ..shi .r.s, c and building thereon, in that part of Boston called
. families 'It will be exchanged forproperty in Boston, aind:ri... l:..a.:i i"t :..lr..lin.i.r, t in. T. l. ..l in. tl r. ir- [NVALIABLEMilEDIC INE,~ South Boston, and bounding on Broad way, east 41
Roxbury, or Dorchester,if applied for soon. For fur- mer h Ir B theHonourableLittle-FO A t 6 inches, and running on the west line of a l
their particulars,please call on THOMAS C. WALES, ton W. Te .w.l. .' O a formerly -:... r...] h. Bar, b..' olir 99 l i e
No. 50, Court St., Boston. April.17 apr 1 DR. GALEN'S S LT RHEITM OINT- -.' oli.iag- ri-.t-- .i. iU d (*EN roid, 46 lerE, thIE
rn el I f B r r- --running 3Br>id ear
TO BE LET. R AIL ROADS.W Prier- -i.r D.o larM erNT t, "e containing in ie.s, JI,. .'ren nmp.r;.- lon-l.:.rmnir-
SF).S".Tr--It. ;FESTABLISHMENT,how ICE.-TI'., C r"b1.... T a7 ,in .1 e F r1 er Bottle, ly occupied by Mr D,.l.e:
A n..p.n..n. .;.jii. in the centre of busiiess.- iN reuni4. R ail .re oJr... ire in an i "e r .:.t, r 1 i.: ition of those who are \MES HTCHINSON.ad'r.
Its l t..hii .u I,- l.jlh thin Is, increasing business in an -i. .ihj r h.fle ai,. -,i n-. i nt,, s:.- T ill i.,h :. ire.l .ti hi. '...ri ..fI .ll ,..-.:rder., Silt lrIe m. Biston, 15th April, 1P29.
*aadjosIng "p irti.:i, II thsI i ..eh a a1 .r- e t. '. Tf cus- n rJ.-.n.- ni rrl' su i h c<:n..c- ru".- ..r. .n 1 t :- sle h her'' i- :' .n.nj i c rnui ,i .:. ijr,.: ih.; DANIEL H ERtSEd, A A cft neer.
tom. Ifit.should be 'ir. i'nre d, is. r.e iari f the 1ul -. .:..'am.:.n R...,.J. B ;, C GErAgsT. Iron T...-.ipliiD.., i d.al. ri' s .i.na.f Elisr i tiirn i -.
Srofits.would be received. nsi--j ...f iiploire sum, 'or1-. -S in. Enrins r, &-. Also, Books on Miner- eternally to put,ry ih, "]'s..,J. O"i, G.-atl.tatnn .:.b..-:-rr- (-PURCHASERS OF IVeOOL-.N GOODS,
for the rent. To an active young man acquainted with I.'ii. '..ir iIii.,. and. Mlsonry-Reports, Maps, ed to Messr, flelin.. i hti.eI. Drt",.. South D si i, ou< f flndring a le ,t t artacls, at the
the business, with a.capital of4 or 5 hundred dollars, "nri "i s.l.HI' p.. i'N- T~.imilar works; ar.H in ..., R li'rk ir e l. r'. nil,-, l.i I .:.il p. r-v- to. the to i prices,
an excellent opportunity-isj-resented, to situate himself f ""' a i'-ign, Iir dom,.iic, which willa, t.. .. ..r' ol ih.m, hi.r h.3 r.m.dj a aorth all A E r.cIfitIlv ir.,i i. 'JOHN H. PRAY, tlo
in a safe and profitable ccer ful information relative to the proposed enterprise. A 'others advertised for the above complaint, from the .:all 3 1 1 l-s li,-re is fr.. -ilr a ih..ice
.A.l. ...Lat.d.a 3. ''er Office. 17ril l 'oum '. pr i:.1 in the rear of.the Mute al Insuran pe benefit e had received fro u-.siia on.' t..:.a. I..l..;.. t' r. l 'spsrf.rne, b1i s -,f t. -. rnr.: r.n..
,e. No.. I'll. 'State-street, Bostoin, where all such DR. GALEN'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS.' En);i,' Br'..1el. ,. -.,l, L.id.:.r. soper *..-. .1 a
TO THE PUBLI-C. 't '.ah a -rr ,taeil be. thankfully received, eitherby donation Price One D,.Il p.r R. iv: trsn. eresn rlan s. and nlier fashionable
T" H ERE ." perhaps, no medical observation h..i r '.r I...nO. ,n\ p.-" -ai a a s ra..u .... i .....- f ..l- ,,.-h works, "rc -' P .n-r t ed a erih., colors and steel and Otford iartisii -.
established, none more generally confirm.-. h b '%. .Irifei a i-culu- I.a.ur. hit-anidtn ve.cirf in the A sureand powerful remedy i.:.r 1il..us .- American fine -nd idling blu.. i..sineibrnin,
the experience of.the best physicians of all agas jan.J Rail ].-.. Litrinr --fi.h Ai.Ciaiin.a. '.r-bysignifying saints, and.a positive cure for an i.unplEa.in.i brce i. ,.l*,rci, .gren a&- A's itsp-and rel pI n.d Oxford mix
countries, and nono of more i importance to the pra.rI- wher.eh ihey mny. be had. PHELPS, Who, for a moment, will hesitar.: ure... .: BROADCLOTH,.; .l r, lo- price.
tioner than the ft, that ve man of the JENKIN, which possess advantages ..s..r any I t. uers'-uch i, .is-L-.-.i, QCEEN' CLOTf l&PELISS
sf.ltd. ir and incurable complaints do originate in W. JACKSON, rendering IIae -. .:.. in_ -f Bf.olil....r.it ., r-r:',r- "rrt. i Al, uCLiOTHi. all ce...-urs, nor recent impr.rat.lon--sien ii'
neglected colds. In a climate as variable as ours. p 14. LIhravil pimrtinifitcr of flr. R. .I.4 and giving ".-:.m. F.;it ls r ,lo y riihance in usi wivsi, a. us nu-r...r linere.d and allt il'whiI-h are n..w
where the changes of the weather are frequently uiid- N d PRINGt i-.nr RIIli.:..il i:i.rn. ; D. o.h.: a..n h'n c d lis er.) o red a re-
den and unexpected, it requires more care and atten- l HG O, GERMAN TOOTI-ACHE DOP., d..e.iprices ani many for. le"s. -thW. fi c'f-
n on,to guard against this subtle and dangerous en- BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, THIS rr.m,.h pri F.rrN-.lre .. -ih.-r. h rv I A SSIMEES, both single and double milled, imn-
emv of lifen tha 'most people imagine, or are t wal.t or Oi r..- ,-i Rh s 6itn., .s' ,:s the nerve, Ria:'v in.r ;... reli. and erdnts all 'er- pTrt.d ini .h.-sic, of the best and middling qalhjier
.Iling 1.. t.,-tow. Hence the vast number ..I paa- Iof V/"..i. tirnm talfnlted with 'coughs, catarrhs, asthmas, con- kCUSHING. CON NT & N WHITE. For le b allrthe rf Mdr h i ours.
sumptions, and other af i .1-...i,, and hiere tie f;r... o. 51 &- 53, l.rsllebyt.n strtt r.,it) d h hed iiao Btosn Ar RealA s,.rtuper Scotch Plaids, setdo IoBoo ..,-- 'a .utiflapat-
go.of rational and, ab-urd e, ri,0,, en.d up b' S PE ''e^ r ^ '" s '. lle, ..' '. ..la reol a dnd rs an tuthoue rne-'inee.ad, n alt. l p.iuip terns, which will b sold at prim, da-8- Merino,
the learned aid illierae,. The ainy c.sei ..t he cent auction sales, an extensive and complete .E DAMl,, Pe Si Bcd ten p Plaids, for much lessthan cost.
in. shi-h 1-l1 und m' -bvr. ranon. t preosi- assortment i.. Gotred in thrrr lint, ad.pied tl the preI- r" t I -Aso-
isr,-tie..:np,:..:Al.. i..f iliantig dr, t.h,.:h are inrii.t aLd apprOadrlig ieaon,which are lTred lI' r sale eAls-f.n frale as abon.s, eam f A rnbi: b ln f Fr h: seas mpproachin sHper Ctasinets-
i.gne; .- .Je'.p.,rirtns t I experiencedin'prac ice at the l.:c priCe.. o R e o Pa P French& Eng.ishWorsted Camblets,Drillings oleach-
rC. .-. .:o.-. I. ..] T,.,;orr. r.l. Il... ,nyown ipr- "*** neni, srr Egypt; German Rheumaic Dops; Pat. r. Pil & .inbleached-Lastings, and other articles adapted
despo ,inon i. puer.io.ns.e c-mplain's. were-aeg an- 1.3 .'h ad -snpa S En .i. r to spnd r e ater to spring wearand which willbe sold at such prices a
duc.nents l,.or i.- l., e...ni.a.dr hete.r a e..n.pound, .. ''s.!n.. . ., .Ge h y ledtr G rp a i r Ste; Dr. -cr. ii 1,a %s t ihe n. ost economical.
cslr. ';-.ing of mild vegetable substances, ctuld not be -oat wachaei.aL ond da irale Colrs sle rnd par- hasl, ippt i ', ;' ,, D. Gileiss sR .tO r- march i. sl- -
inren.ed.m.,en frn r.in i the .ll l.uns-d clseins ticul rly for Siprn and Sumer weatr. ba 7r li hei.i Iel ce abrrtiod Remedy far
cf [ en, r eii ,.r, s i. I r.J b e tte r ol. si:t. onr i e. d ai o it 5i.u P l CE0 f S m,-t i dtS i g -antd l e Ch ttb i M aDnlin e r d e c es d nar- 5" N VTr l n a d HA 5T r -l e -T v r
he r.. en, of h teh e flgs te 4 91 J 5 0h 'priced i London and" -American BROAD- .04 o b d CALTH O F 1 ar AtC i U te .E. A N PERuN ha .-.onee n d ihe Mn -
discovae the satisfaction now longer lile tohan the p reaterublic suc CLOT comprising the fldwnclors:-Rich Navy tf any you have, gat grant- rim t n
a to ombat the e ffects of supVEGETABLE PUL- Blues-best Blacks--Woaded olive Greehs and olive ",. pub.-c notI..e thereof two ieeksn. rsu acessively in --,tly occupied by M. T D. FliAcs, JR.
SMONI" C DETERGENT, well adapted to various Browns-Bottle Greens-Cinnamon-London Brown r-n.r-r.,t.d nn.lir .uan L-,..ohci,,I s ]i. it 12 Dock Square, OrnN's Building, where he will

do notneglectthe.useofaherancet, another evaua- .arbr,," thenewspaperticalledthiAmeranITravellerpr t. to wait on his. friends an'te late patrons of'
constitutio whens and habever the s, and to declare wihtithe fules'med: n"T-C- s N 'd, S in said Bostondr i.,r,. n. tn... on tat

cone ridencee, that gifuhd this coinpos ti i n t 'n- ..tl.'p- a ec. in Mruil. .iginSinle and e ien e anyhis c I-,uat id at SIisprile 'he el.
Sof fas or o endedtra e e y,.Mariner dece ednt u Travelling and Hide Trunks, Valises, Travelling
sweribthe saua purpose. Awareofthe iir,... ;ilo;i an n L.as B n--aR I. I-'.L's-i -EREs Fash, a- d-' t wemHEREAS applicapAiotW has been made to Bags,&c. constantly for sale.
universal remedies; destitute of the .despiv:.I,.%. i.,- "ii;""l. ists ii,'] .hrk Drabs, of various shades, Blues .metoxr..nl alsninr. A1dinrjir n ;.., i. i 5l* cular attention paid to the repairing of
satile talents ofa. Charlatan,. I am ton. i.si.'. .f I lie -lBlack-.01 r', .tiAI'.. estate ofsaid i-- .s .i--iJ, i. ,\.1,.ipli Bii..rb..:rg, of .ain] *IPC. ep&t-april 7
character of anhonest ma, ever to desire to profit by 50 PIECES of Middling and low priced En- Citv ShipbArol DIn- ECO O ey t n
the ignorance of the sick and afflicted. I flatter my- 'W Uglisr and meRSica 'CASSIttERES, amohg oV arehereb y cited to appear at a probate Court, HE subscriber is consi ntreeivg direct from
self with the hope, that this candid appeal to the.ut-which, are Nay and Sky Blues-Blaeks-Light' and to'be held at said Boston, on Monday'y-the twenty D' theMaufactory, the beiofHATS,thefinest fof'
derstanding of n enlightened public will insure to my ark Oxford and Steel Mixtures-and a variety of seventh day of April current, at ten 'o'clpck, before thearwarr qual to any made in this country,
discovery a better fate and longer lile than the greater other durable mixtures and Fancy Colors. noon, to sheaw cause, if any you have, against grant- or imported, which lie ors for' sale, arid will take old
part of the boasted panaceasRY deserUP, being am perectly -ALSO- ingthe same. timeparticular regard il be paid to the di ats as part pay. Also, aY forms plethe ainhabitants othe
satisfied, that such practitioners, who adde fireuentlon Superfine LNDON and FENCH HAS SIT COP TH fuS, ione that knowledge of our ow .r. .: to Bost fahionabled vicinityAPS, GLOVthat he has taken a Room
toimprcombat the effects of suppresse ofobserspation adexpe- consst156HanoverngofBluesGt Boseens-tonassves-Brownsy andBlak history, give public notice thereof twoer ..t,, aeeks suceNo.SchoossivelySte in t, where he wl attnd to clan

rence, have found better adapted to relieve more pro- n dHIS is considered the first, and perhaps the only inhabitants, which Amerdcans, of either seL should be ing and prSs.rwng the Teeth,
do not neglect the use ofhelancet, other evalungs. Large shop in Boston where egetablemedicines on the newspaper called the American Traveller printed s sha No 44avi ng for several years given his tndivided at.
tons whenever they are indicated, will place this med- Vkeptose, wthoutone article of a sono s readmitted Boston. mterfere with theprsprit of thework, eniontother eamen ofdiseasesincidentt the
icine, provided they give it a fair and impartial trial, i A great variety of vegetabMarselle meds,chi Silk and Velvet Given under my hand this e year.it hain before the wApril,th thr patronage. eply jne
the list of their most favorite remedies; that familieslar production ofGS-Best our own country Velvy, as-Rich Gilt Coat in the public, he-ear of our Lord one its.. The Ladies' h- OTICE.
Andwill substitute it for the heating Elixir preoric; and of t Buttick, lame, ans-do. diLasting-ressed ad sMixt Pad- dred and twent-now circulated ioteery city an OCT. ANDREW AND P18. WAIrren Street,

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traced and confirmed affections of the lungs. Large shop in Boston, where vegetable medicines only, careful to acquire. But n sectional prejudices shall Having for several years given his divided at-
bottles t.ni'. -tiln o $1,50. are kept for sale, without one article of' a poisonous be admitted to interfere with the spirit of the work, mention to the treatment o'f diseases incident to the
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An old oak tree stoond out upon a hill,
Whose broad and lalrcd bre it,. in wantonness,
Courted alike the pJre-brr iih".l western breeze,
And chilly vapour of the'wind of death,
And northern blast, that comes with ice-trimm'd crest,
Loaded with presents from his snowy kindred,
Dolinie thim out, whero'er he passes, leaving
III. bligti-mirk Liih .. and summer sarid breath
Tht .-.i t a i lrinji,,p with the burning sun.
It stood aldue, unconscious ofa neighbour,
Save soine young shrubs, that told of vernal bloom,
And, smiling in their youth, a frightful spell
Of deepening gloom threw o'er the loin, old oak,
Waiting, like superannuated man,
Ctose-on the confines of the ready grave,
-T Qo fall a victim to the spite of age; .
That long'liad gnawod it with a gradual tooth.
And 'now each zephyr, whistling o'er the hill,
Brushing the bak, made it a very slave
To its weak, tyrant bearing. Oft, upon
The midnight darkness riding, hollow murmurs
Have come upon the ear, just waking from
A dreamy slumber, striking like an echo,
And then again all Nature's viewless space
Would rest in stillness. Now this oak was dying
Its tones, like the ill-omened raven's caw,
Full naany a young heart, as it drank them in,
'Has slowly wasted and. its stopt streams seared,
LTt, boding danger to some-ione hound down
B gl,.v rtng u rirdh-p. or Iue .:, il6 *1 l.'.i- 1
'fit% spoke al'ch.i.g s reener to b) *si.:-l .,:
By a.ller ra.ieeting, itr,ugh perchanice I-to mrki
eThe rowing a eiri.iih iil'pa.iion'- milual buried.
Ti .e tre .5s dying : .-,r no srp.:.rl i.e leist
riiifrol up rn it ; no do' tricklinrg ip.F
L i., bl.jU b-ir tics i i'j. eril ihe s 'l I -'V.
i:. ,d fr.mrri pOr por r. i P i up Itrc-.m a nll rr,,rrch ;
No Ife',rhles, sauh i He( in's ,ul. railaiig de.,
That hporle the flor'exs of an arln birtii,
Told life night yel be ihl.:Fre.
An Indi.a. wirnirr sir borneath his oak ;
Who from (hie lo.i.'.a., roe.tIb.l.' .:.jlme
T.) ILcd hrit v...., iUi a I.'.ia ll -ize
SU-poen the"ps-t-where lifi iri opeid-n..-. "---
A id. haring g e .i-, .iriTfngiLo,. round it. then,
T'.. -e him ..J .n and ,lie fNhei: I- -ai ,lin.
'. n i' ..a, rei, ,rim: l. I re ,'ii.r I'r-r i h,
eiVh i, iiil',: lur 1 hr h..iw an, .rnl b]e a e'r, gr.,l in
To turn one from the insult, and retrace
The' winding paths, that lead to scenes of youth,
Ald yield to them the breathno. longer needed.
This spot now bare was once as thickly clothed
W ith beeches, .ii',a. anil pr-:.ti riii t k, -. '-
AS l 'l. i S' t ir. te A [h.e 1.hl.. ist-- i "
"Tr 0 no u .n lrIncer. A.r.l itI. ilrnJ.in chief, -
The sole, sad remnant -:-I .. mianh Irb, b .
Whom fell decree had -,,ii.u.'d from 'heir home,
,And onward driven from wood to wood to rove,
Till death in pity clipt the fated thread,-
This friendless warrior knew 'twas so, and wept.
E'c.n I.I,:;m'rv Ir.;.. ifa.sikii.-Where now are they,
r,r v ti,:hJ a iiii f'iji.':.i the sunny mount,
Would: bask them iily in the ray of Freedom,
Or eye their feature, in the mirror stream,.
Or ving with. speed in qi.i offi-lr6.i gr),
Led by. the promptings,:.lti a iigio., .:.u"l'
The Indian sat alone. But o'ir his head
TIii. r.ik r.-:'d noisy, and the sullen roar
'l1' "i d.J i .i- iard, and torrents roll'd down
The vozpl hill sides, while upon the darkness
The li6iiin;rn dial,'.1, snld thunders roared'along
The rhi,cken-rie r i..:.i.:; jd the warrior's face
r' rl..'" .h'! J-.,A- i bir-e, and yet he sat,
A .Junli, .J.ri'ia.. i, .. rh. t l. ling storm.
T '.. t .ijl. Csti's i -.: ,i,' ir:.rnger in his breast:-
'All e.r. but eainl.,-n: of ri inward war.
W rI ere th.:,.-. ] anlt'i. tio hii present mood,
For grief was with him. C.-',i,li h.. i..h to find
Sr"ri d m,:e r.:.r..i,;il hi ar ..a. .': iad murmurs
A l,, ii uritri.di.;J nr'. ',r pr, .n, pial groans!
h1 ur._l nr i'. ., a1 Dt cll.n.- ..is the past,
H ., th,-r;i soul'.,..,l.J .:.l' it p l.:1-.Jrei dri,,k.
And their he'd rouse him from his earth laid seat,
And then in fanoy he'd the loved sounds hear-
The ar'cries circling round the nightly blaze;
YO1nihtf.i r, .p.'.r,. r.:, the indignant chief,
\W h re ,d ri;.ir ti. I. nn..ie.i i'r.:. _.-r,,.
.:,id lhc-nw .-; ih .rr,ks ,..f tl.:.d I.jr-. resen a.
The tEr 'v ill ..r* r. u..il.l r.n h.r i,iri, i.,g r i,
(The Indians passions own no calm restraint,)
Till when she sage'usurpt the madman's sway,
Then dropt theoarmn-the fancied deed was done.
When reason settled on his burning soul,
Still was the wretch to hErrowing,thoughts inclined
But each vain effort weakened him. till spent
.Was every passion, struggling for its freedom,
He sunk overpowered. No more the forest flower
Could lure his sense, o more the Spring bird'ssong
No more the stream-thaicr purttn-it'erytal beauty;
No more the music of the rustling leaves ; -
.. i .. .* "i. .-, .p ir-r.
Yon rotten trunk, that scarce supports itself,
S: Ist fain bear up a falling warrior's head ;-
Let him alone-his dreams are with the dead.

To Lucy --.
When twilight's gloom.succeeds the day,
And darkens every sunny ray
That lingers on the distant hill,
Or glances o'er the gurgling rill,
'i'he'silver moon.is seen to rise,
And rhjnge to light the darkened a.ies :
S.o wl'-,i the shades of death draw near,
TMiv Heavenly light to you appear,
Ar.j chase all darker hours away
With radiance ofeffulgent day. WODEJ..

WTeep no more, that her azure eye
Hath ceased to glisteen,
'fliin h.:r wavy locks in the damp grave lie,
'fhat her lip hath lost her crimson dye,.
That you vainly listen
For her voice of witching melody.,
Weep no more, that eah fleeting grace,
SThis eartfi hbatk given,
Haih left forever her formi and face,
J'hi h r s.-.hl i .'ti ri, it mortal race,
.And liar jij il'heia n
The changing woes of tins world replace.
Wee no more! oh! weep no more!
Wouldst thou renew
The colors that deck'd the worm before,
Wouldst-thou its grovelling shape restore,
For the lovelier hue,
The lighter wings, that heavenward soar ,

Shades of evening close not o'er us,
Leave our lonely bark awhile,!
Morn, alas! will not restore us
Yonder dim and distant isle.
Still my fancy can discover
Sunny spots, where friends may dwell;
Darker shadows round us hover,
Isle of Beauty, fare thee well!
'Tis the hoar when happy faces
Smile around the taper's light;
Who wil-fil- our vacant places '
Who willising our songs to night-.?
Through the mist that floats above us
Faintly sounds the vesper bell,
Like a voice from those who love us,
Breathing fondly, tare thee well.
When the waves are round me breaking,
As I pkce the deck alone,
And my eye in vain is seeking
Some green leaf to rest upon ;
What would I not give to wander
Where my old companions dwell :
Absence makes the heart grow fonder,
Isle of Beauty, fare thee well!

She comes-the moon is mounting on the night,
And day has folded up his wings of light.
Gently the zephyrs piss the trembling leaf,
And whisper through the shade their tones ofgriet :-
The timid stars steal one by one on high
To chase the sun-light from the evening sky,
Then cast theis beauty o'er the land and deep,
And smile creation into thoughtless sleep.
Far on the gale, the homeward note is heard,
Of many a weary, solitary birrl
That wanders onr, with blighted, drooping wing
And half shut eye,-- melancholy thing ;
While echo from her woody cell breaks out
To mock the passer by, with her wild shout;
The laughing towers, that shed their perfume round
AnIethi ante is ydwddscond

And ope their painted lips, by dew drops crown'd,
Creep slowly forth to kiss the breath of night,
And drink the mellow ray of evening's light;-
While man, unmindful of the anxious day
By revelry is led from earth away,
To wander through the sunny fields of hope,
And pluck the tender buds-that never ope.

Superstition, arrayed in its most inviting form, mo
readily diaws upon itself the contempt of all sensib
mWisdom adorns riches, and shadows poverty.
Wisdom adorns riches, and shadows poverty.

-- ofany professional distinction. In a variety of
MISE NY courses he might have commandedsuccess. A
cause might have come into court, stained and
THE1 BEST BA'r 'T.. spotted with every conceivable infamy, with el-
THE BEST BA N T SCOOL frontery for its crest, falsehood for its arms, and
t is the best at in the school. I l it M juries for its supporters, but if Volant had been
"It is tie best bat in the school. I all it fer- charged with the advocacy of it, his delighted eye
candotti, for its shape. Look at its face; run. would have winked at every deficiency, and slum-n
your hand over the plane. It is smoother than a bered at every, fault; in his ;ghlit weakltic-, would
looking-glass. I was a month suiting myself; and have 'sprung up into strength, deounmity would
I chose it out of a hundred. I would not part have faded into beauty, iu0posibilitv would have
with it for its weight in gold; and that exquisite been elicited into fact. Eeui pla i-iff, in bhi
knot!-lovelier to me than a beauty's dimple.-- shewing, would have been wronged irreparably;
You may fancy how that drives. I. hit' a ball every defendant would h e bern ae- unsulled ar
yesterdayjfi;ou this very spot to the wicketsin the snow. He would hav e been thre mrt i epro ach-,
upper shouting fields; six runs clear, Earid scireely bl of declarations, bisnthe rmoil hnptegrable of
touched it. Hodgson said it was no; i l lne -pas. The r reporters might ha.%e linered, the bar
a Ball had been wonderfully struck by Mercan- e. hThe ret th ench miaht mate theBn
dotti. There is not such another piece of wood mig,.h t have smiled, the bench mightat eh hilitn.
,ts England. la.- "iil '"ns f itsitt5head'; iilinugll would haitive perLaided rill, tlht
in Englant ouldl. la g,,p n hi -.rs for it; lie was beaten. He would hbae thought the bat-
Do takeiti would he nd, lo naout ., ,t pil: -a. iewon, hen his line eie forced o all point:
Do take it i ...r lrd, Coune L.l pl-a.gu he would have deemed the house secure, when
on your clumsy knuckles! you know as much o etimbei wehre ccl. under his ee. T would
a bat, asa Hottentot olthe longitude, oragulnea- e aben J.ul.cious, nhen his "tor.g.-,t objection
pig of the German flute." I .i beon I.v-rlted, wlhen his cloareat ,auTmenti
o spoke the Ilon rail, Ernest Atd'-lpliu Vo- I. ,j .] ..i ,-itpi.ed, wh n. li .loats.t ar'ui.i- had
lant; t-.e "'.ciut t crltmeqvtn" tha, d'.y of I' L.rlsukn doin, to .see him ,5 adpjtimuhgli gown ;rbh
Dame's Els en; proud oh ihe red dclt ill t girded a scll-s.atisfied air, and concluding u tih ll die em-
his loins, and lhie nthit ose it ha d.coiatd in. i ,s I n aed Iunph, ha i cs,
ankles: proud otf Isi, nd;F"dsptd pruiie-:-, n0d of' p s ul nicpaed huup, tha i tt cas,
his ahnticipitd ttuorN ; but proud I r I 1 the p .. hJ co'.eted -en thrill fame. shelat a
session ofthli ma.-trn erp .: o Nuture'nl and h...imp- r ild he hae filled in the polite al hmn-
son's work-shop, than which no pearl ai ai e.- ~r pr.Ier eU I hie huad inioduci-d in turhepolit bil, thI-
more precious-no phoenix more unique. As he huse ul lie hi Iiorgodtn a tuancipie bon-i, th.
N S -ii d P d. T .. house should huae torgo ten En uinncips Lo tt- -',,r.-a
spo.e, a tiu dIopped. Thi Honoiable Erne-t n.e. i h0 J moeJ the u comniitall a.r'a pin.r
Adl:.phus Volant talkedd simn lnglt to the caI in.t ope ould h' e" gazed as .upon'tiliae a e.l t .
S Ictl.-t. \ hat elegance o:,l'nt itid \\ hal iase. ert of thi r hln. 'm r rmUniter he supported
in his motion! Keep Ihal litllle collei-'r taout 1ould I- o .,, ? -the nwit i iuoius of Statesmd n,
the eay; for we shall ha'e a ball wal-ing ih' when ,.h hlu~ses had noted Ins inupeachmeit; the
road presoutly. Three to on-eon Riguene,.u gnlliu. d-s'rk-h-a-.e- been hhe-
Tlh re .b a-ni M ar.tnir et'i pauie c.f f .,uu I ,u -l rr t conr-cientiouss ni onsilttunlt, h.-n lthe h-,d
-pei' it rfit- ^ -r 'i ... hi, .he .- Ir. sold him their voice atl tie per cent. oanr the
c. his.. 'shi -lve s -rTi. el i et l.eep.r stood I t
pect ,,i ll, or.e0 the bul. lbe b.)a ler Irotted i. i .. rw iOn. dar.n hce.
urel up to the bowli.n-crease, and ofl went the Di. On, hat
bal upo ul i-i he sury ea-on o iote ihr hs ea en ln and l i i-
It t .... the equinte knt in the ato ion coni. to iheur cii;. id ,i't mmnionv and, Ih-
I- I lor m i "ibe E i i dolphus ant, oi t dropiobi e .Ia ,ne .j al c ticoi ine:r, I lhap ended
S. to ca ll aut h ri- ro n-m tI I C R, .] r.ie.-. :ilt ab..ut
Cluucin irg lngt r tn [.; and fro i th -i rs th tier thip II-- a ternui:r e hch the a1h1 n, l ,
m ,tl h e lu ng nei .n nd t.f heaen h tLi e i n- oi d eall's da3brt ak. He ia itling .lnh hia
ofi tl.i-blue t,-Whan, a miofHhe.oen.b h li h chocolate before him, habited only-in hs robe
01 a... ,t-io. t,-- ia a nhtl, ,' Ho.t ,, hr de cha1mbre; but the folds of that gorgeous .d:a-
ian ,. ,r tv His It...lippd, h. It could not be pery seemed to me composed in a more s,Iud.id
,t,.J, ..r rhe .sun .,zzl dt him. Ih could not be neigence ,hau, was their wont; and th.: harl
theI .ult uof the bat! It is the best one. in the pon h, n forehead were a ge in a
school. curls upon hi- fine forehead were arrange in a
A iseeo k ol ter aids I met my talented and en- more scrupulous disorder. I-saw-at a glance that
t, .: v .d cn.,, g toasence through the some revolution was breaking out in the .t1ie of
t: i,..F. l d ci .i to-absence through the ro a 1 -p n 1 fu wt e
,...r t. t....... .. p and hot my poor friend's mind; end when 1 found a', bro-
;ea ",irs;a ,en,.dr, ti. m,, anny il'.iaeas n- ke fan on the mantle-piece, and a withered rOse-
utes on h,- right and on his left, who exhibited to unfinished
.. ..bud wrotn -table, and an unfinished' taLexi co penoi., t
him certain pencilled scrawls, on which he gazed w r i t in -a, r u s in
with flushednd feverish deligh. He had bkept the toast-rack, I was no longer.fit ldruu[t as to iti-
s wicet up two hurs, an mae a sore osev- nature. heHonorable Ad Vo
enty-three. '"I may thank my bat for it," quot was seri ously in lov ed at ,h h ,
".r. h.u clu' .hb, ~It : "thebe heatlt iitl i h.'lo' was the loveliest being of her sex, that he told men

Alas,. i"eAs in.iuabulity, of human arutclItus' The so fourteen times the following week. Her fa-
exquisite knot had been superseded. liercandot- other was a German Prince, the proprietor ofsevep
ti had been.sold for half price, and the Honoia- leagues of vineyard, five ruined castles, and thir
ble T,.e;r ,Ad:.,Iph,,. Volant was again to be elo- hundred floc npf sheep. Shne had light hair, blui
queri., ,iond ai. uo be envied; he had still the eyes, and a profou nd knowledge of metaphysics
best b-ut in thp schooll. she sang like a syren, and her name wtas-Adelil-
I believe I was a tolerably good-natured bey. da.
I am sure I w, 5;'%l., NF inling to acquiesce in tl I spa, ta *e' v -oril.' tAbroad. When"I return
estimai sure c,.1, ..ir ,l;ng to aq u iespon their treas- ed, h .,A mr....iru .J ..the loveliest being of he
ures,ti'.-a m co,.ue, ...aLgen-siat such that I felt sox, and had sent me fifty notes to inform me. o
myself a vastly inadequate judge of their actual the fact, and beseech nme to visit him at Volan
value. But the Honorable Ernest Adolphus Vo- Hall with the requisite quantity of sympathy an
lant was exorbitant itn the frequency and the vi corigratulat'6ns. 1 went, and was introduced i]
ety of his drafts upon my sympathy. He turned form. Her father was a country clergyman th
offfive hockey-sticks in a fortnight; and each in propriety' .of seven acres of glebe, five broke
its turn was unrivalled. He wore seven waist- arm chairs, and three hundred manuscript dis
coats in a week, and each, for its brief day, was courses; she had dark hair, black eyes, and a fond
as single n it beauty as the rainbow. In May, love of poetry; she danced like a wood-nymph
Milward's shoes were unequalled; In June, In- and he r name was Mary.
galton's were divine. He lounged in Poet's li-has vedsnce his marriage n very quit
-Walk, over aduodecimo, and it was the sweetest life rarely visiting the metropolis, and devotip
edition that ever venit into a waiscoat pocket; he his exertions most indefatigably to the comfort o
pored in his study over a folio, and there was no .Is oteall i asndtei ro em.uant i nis estahen--
-other copy extant but Lord Spencer's and the i England. BIf you go thither- yo mu
m.tillated one at Heidehberm. .-AEaster-..bere coututy un ngland. If you go thither, yot meal
t ..C .... on Int -roa--rd hs nEov;sTitiann go prepared with the tone, or at least with th
never painted their equal; and Michaelmas, land- contenance of appobationand wonder. H
escapes had-occupied their place; Claude would gives you of course, mutton, such as no other pat
have owned himself outdone. The colt they were ture fattens, and ale, such as no other cellar
breaking for him in Leicestershire, the detonator brewo. The stream that runs through his par
he had bespokeii of Charles More, the fishing-rod supplies him with trout of unprecedented beaut
which had come from Bermuda, the flageolet he and delicacy; and he could detect a patridge thu
had won attherafe-theywereall,for a short had feasted in his woods, amidst the bewildering
season, perfection; he had always the "best bat confusion of a Lord Mayor's banquet. You mu
in the school look at his conservatory: no other was construct
The sae whimsical propensity followedd him ed on the same principle. You must handle h
through life. Four years after.we had made our plough: he himself has obtained a patent for th
last voyage to Mairey Island, in "the best skiff invention. Every thing,-within doors and wit
that ever was built," I found him exhibiting him- out, hras wherewithal to attract and astonish,-th
self in Hyde Park, en "the best horse that ever melon and the magnolia, the stable and the da
was mounted." A minute was sufficient for the ry, the mounting of his mother's spectacles, an
compliment of our reciprocal recognition; and the te music of his wife's piano. Heahasfew pit
Honorable Ernest Adolohus Volant launched out tures; but they are the masterpieces of the be,
forthwith into a rhapsody on the merits of the masters. He has only one statue; but he assure
proud animal he bestrode. "Kremlin, got by you it is Canova's chef-d'amuvre. The last tim
II was with him he had a theme to descant upe
Smolensko,o of my uncle's old mare. Do youw he oq aetheme to dsal i
know any thing of a horie? Look his shoul- which made his eloquence more than usually i
der. Upon my honor, it is a model for a sculp- passioned. An heir was just born to the Vola
tor. And feel how he is ribbed up; not a pin acres. An ox was roasted and a barrel pierced
loose here; knit together like a ship's planks; every meadow; the noise of fiddles was incessam
trots fourteen miles an hour without turning a ai, for a week, and the expenditure of powder wou]
and carries fifteen stone up to any hound in Eng- have lasted a Lord High Admiral for a twelv,
land. Ihate your smart dressy creatures, asslen- n onthner was allowed by all the country th A
der as a grey hound, and as tender as a gazelle, thee never was so sweet a chld a ttle Ado
that look as if they had been stabled in a draw- phus. s ., .
ing-room, and taken their turn with the poodle in Among his acquaintance, who have little tol
my lady's lap. I like to have plenty of bone un- ration for any foibles but their own, Volant
der me. If this horse had been properly ridden, pretty generally voted a bore.
Courteny, he would have won the hunters' "Of course, our pinery is not like Mr. Vi
steaks at ur place in a anter. He has not ae leant's," says Lady Framboise; "he is rating fro
that is not worth a hundred pounds. Seriously, I morning to night of his fires and his flues. r
think there is not such another horse in the king- h av taken some pains; and we pay a ruinol
do ,, sumn to our gardener. But we never talk abo
But before a month had gone by, the honorable ..
Ernest Adolphus Volant was ambling down the "The deuce take that fellow Volant," says M
ride, in a pair of stirrups far more nearly approach- ayon; "does he fancy no one has a Corregg
ing terra firm, than those in which his illustrious but himself? I have one that cost me two tho:
feet had been reclining, while he held forth on the sand guineas; and I would not part with it for do.
excellencies of K(remnlinu. 'Oh, yes!' when I in- ble the sum. But I never talk about it."
quired after the best horse in Eng, and'-'Krem- "That boy, Volant," says old Sir Andre
lqle a magnificent anial; bst then, after all, his Chalkstone, "is so delighted to find himself tl
-p is with the pounds. One e father of another boy, that, by Jove, he can spe
well wane'ssearteti da bell room a ride- enothng else. NowIhave a nle'tldn inl
Kremlin in .the, Perl. And so I have bought Mrs. cadle too; a ine boy, they tell me, and vast
Davenant's Bijou, and a perfect Bijoa se is:- likehis father. But I nvr talk about it. ,
throws her little legs like an opera dancer, and Well, well! Let a man be obliging to hisneig
tosses her head as if she knew t.iat her neck is ir- bo's, and merciful to his tenants; an upright cit
resistible. You will not find such another mane zen, and an affectionate fri.end.:-and there is o
and tail in all London. Mrs. Davenaint's own Judge who will not condemn him for having "tl
nmaid used to put both up in papers every night of estbt n te school!"
the week. She is quite a Love. And so the
honorable Ernest Adolphus Volant trotted off on or whi pas s throuN FAME.-What iof m
a 'smart dressy creature, as slender as a grey- Wiords which pass through the mouths of mortal
hound, and as tender as a gazelle, that looked a alnd vapsh bythe ar! What is it, .but a wi'
if it had been stabled in a drawing room, and ble there b their frail breathal How many obfasio
taken its turn with the poodle in my lady's lap. w rea presto an immortal o the aso
An analysis of the opinions of my eccentric
friend, would be an entertaining thing. 'The best erns the preference over the ancients; envy
situation in town' has been found successively in which pursues the greatest men even after death
nearly every street between the Regent's Park the humor o the vulgar, who neither love men
and St. James' Square-'the best carriage for a enius, nor truth herself; the ignorance and i
bachelor' has gone to-day on two wheels and to- constancy of men's judgment; in fine, the ru
itorrow on four: the 'best servant in christendom' of sepulchres, and monumeents,-wlch is called tl
lias been turned off within my own knowledge for second death. Can that be.glory which depend
insolence, for intoxication, for riding his master's durablepon th duration of marble? Even books mo
horse, and for wearing his master's inexplicables: ditusnble thean monuments, are they not subject to
and 'the best fellow in the world' has been atva- thousand accidents? They have like as their a
rious periods deep in philosophy, and deep in age and death, and with this oblivion, are tl
debt, a frequenter of the fives' court, and a dan- nost celebrated men threatened. In reality tl

cer of quadrilles-a tory, and a republican-a true honor on man is virtue, and glory is only b
prebendary, and a papist-a drawer of dry plead- shadow; it follows her every where, and the le
wings, and a singer of sentimental serenades. If I it is sought, the more certainly it is obtained.
had acted upon Volant's advices, I should have the earth is but a speck, and if God fills bot
been to-day subscribing to every club, and taking sprne, and time; why do vain mortals waste tlhe
in every newspaper; I should have been imbibing shortmoments, in such an empty pursuit?
the fluids of nine wine merchants, and covering -*-
my outward man with the broadcloth of thirteen TEN COLONELS FOR oNE.-"Are we all Co
re tailors. onels?" asked a child of its mother, on the eler
le It is a pity that Volant has been prevented by tion of its father to a Colonel. "No, child,
indolence, a doting mother, and;four thousand a replied the goad matron; "none but your t athe
year, from applying his energies-to the attainment and I."



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"N _.'.-i-. seque ce of tIh- h .'r~,~rj I'raud ard i mpuii l-i
Ir,:'. f.ractised in- r" r,: e u.: T ,' J..d- r 1 in
., irn '-u.Jiced -.. .i, n rah- .: l.m .-. i ., BOTTLES.
1 t 1 ,...,e.the P A N .A L E.A ill Lc p ..-. r.:.ur.I b.-.u-
lI... hlmu ,md longitudinaill ,.i'h II0 l-. i.]- ,rn5 a:,ds.
bl.:in ir. glass,"SWA ui': Pin ,\r:.e1, PtiiLa ,i.'"
a, a -pr cri,,.dJ above.
Th'I L t'..rl': a-' muneh rir..ron:.:r rihan r .:.. hrT u.' f a
us ., anr.. will have '.ui ri: l :.b l. i. i,. -***. :r iti.;
,-:.-rk. ,i r my own si, .iii.. .: :.nr ,. : i. z i'id el-| cu
cannot be drawn wit l.'.. .:1. r.:... t111. m,-r niurC:.
without which none is ic iiniie. 1 h rn.i Ji i.e ir. ai
consequently be known *.. I.e ,,'inuiiu,, i-ihe mi', t 2-
nature is visible; to counterfeit which, will be pun-
ishable as forgery. .
The increasing demand for this celebrated medi-
cine, hasaenabled me.to reduce the price to TWO,
DOLLARS per bottle, thus bringing it within the
Sci, i.. ihu, iiJ l.ent. .
lM'. Pntraiia '-'quires no encomium,; its astonish-
nt an.d.-p. "and ,i..sd;io i.. -.nriui..ri 1 ,..: drwm'', both
I'r.... Pu,:, ..: .i Ill-..J,.: I Pr..: .....:.,, s .:.' the high-
,;i rep-.._r tb.int the most unqualified approbation,
1ar,0 detatiht.'.J t,.r it a character, which envy's pen,
.though dipped in gall, can never tarnish.
The false reports concerning this valuable medicine,
S,'ti,;;:h hi..- l.e-r, so diligently circulated by certain
e' Phi. v,, ii ..a-. I their origin either in ENVY, or in
'ihe u.* :-.,. sffecricaf the SPURIOUS IMITA-
. [ON'.. 1-N,;
'-_T fie'Proptietor pledges himself to the public, and
gives them the most solemn assurances, that this medi-
cine contains neither mercury nor any. other deleteri-
- bus drug. -
r The public are cautioned not to purchase my Pana-
f dea, except from myself, my accredited agents, or per-
dons if known respectability; and all those will con-
t sequently be without excuse, who shall purchase from
d any other persons.
e -No. 221, Cheanut" Street.
n September, 1828.
d The enclosed, recently received, letter, from a gen-
1, tleman of much respectability, being read to me, I re-
quested and was favored with it for publication, for
et which purpose I send it to you. I have myself deriv-
aed no inconsiderable benefit-from Swaim's Panacea,
g and I am glaa to get some well authenticated cases of
f its extraordinary effects, in such a form, as shall colm-
-_ mnianl universal. hliie r'mA p,,hlieit ion.aino&iiayaousa
it leiiers make little or no im pression. It is quite other-
st 'wise, wherinpersrons of credit itfd standing give their
ie names as vouchers for'the truth of the statements they
. make. How can we shut our-eyes against the light of
e truth? How can we so entirely close up every avenue
s- to our minds, as to resist themass of evidence present-
ar ed in behalfof the Panacea! So extensive is the con-
kI viction of its healing and restoring qualities,that many
y desperate adventurers, who, from the love of money,
at would speculate upon the health and lives offellow be-
ings, claim for their compositions, some sort of affinity
.g to Swaim's Panacea, and thus disguised, they abuse
st the public confidence, and in place of a tried and ap-
t- proved medicine;, they give slops and mixtures, which,
is ufthey do no harm, do as much good as can reasonably
Sbe expected. I keep the public too long from the let-
Ster of Mr. Raphael.

i- "Charlottesville, (Va.) January 1, 1829.
-of the 23d last month has been received. I do not
M- know that the cases which have occurred in my family
st could add to the already highly deserved reputation of
es. your PANACEA, when placed in comparison with the
,e numerous wonderful cures in the many desperate.cas-
es in which it has successfully operated. I will, how-
n ever, give you a short account of 'those occurring in
- my family, which you can use as you please.
nt & The first was a case ofmy clerk, who was attacked
in with violent rheumatism, insomuch, that he could not
nt move even a finger, attended with high fevers, which
Id at length reached the head. I called in two Physi-
cians, one of them, Dr. Dunglison, Professor of the
e- Theory and Practice of Medicine, &c. in the Univer-
iat ty of Virginia, &c. &c. &c. who, after consultation,
1- told me, that although appearances then did not indi-
cate a fatal termination, yet such might be the result,
eand that certainly, a'cure if effected at all, would be
.- very tedious and protracted. Dr. Dunglison was the
is consulting physician ; a course of medicine was adop-
ted, and persisted in by the attending physician, for
o- about a week or ten days, but the patient grew every
m day worse, when he himself proposed to use the Pana-
Ve cea, which the doctor rejected ; but, finally, the young
man determined on his own responsibility, to use it.
The doctor then came to see him only as a friend.-
ut The good effects of the Panacea ber'an to be develop-
ed,about the third day, when the patient could make
Jr. use of one arm a little ; with a gradual subsiding of
io fever. He slept easier every night, and in three or
)u four weeks was perfectly well, and has been so ever
since, which is eighteen months. During the trial of
n- the Panacea, the use of it was sometimes abstained
from, for two or three days, when the patient would
w invariably relapse, and upon resuming the use of it, a
he stale of improvement was always manifest.
a' The doctors now say that he might have got well
without the use of any medicine.
a -.I-used ..y r Panacea in two other cases vith'my
ly children. One of them with sore eyes, so much in-
flamed, that frequently, during tire space' of twelve
h- months, we kept them bound up, t9 shut out the light.
i- which she could not bear. A blister and scaton were
Resorted to, which relieved for a short time only, when
,e they became as sore as ever-a course of mercury was
he recommended by the physicians, but not pursued.-
Your Panacea cured them effectually in three weeks.

The third was a case of impurity of the blood, which
was in a very short time removed. Neither of the
children were more than four years old, and they did
not suffer-the least inconvenience from the use of the
Panacea, accompanied by no change of diet.
Very respectfully, Yours, &c.
For sale by JONATHAN P. HALL, JR., No.
jan 23 lawSm
-. To sail from Boston the 1st,
and from Liverpool the 20th
XTRA ships will be taken up at Liverpool on 5th
February, March, July and August, and at such
other times as may be required.
Order of sailing from this port for the next 4 month
Ships Masters Tons To sail
BOSTON, Mackay, 430 1st May.
LIVERPOOL, Howes, 430 1st June.
AMETHYST, Nye, 370 1st July.
DOVER, Bursley, 430 1st Aug.
The Amethystis well known as good vessel. The
others it is believed for all essential qualities, as well as
commodious arrangement and elegance, are inferior to
no packet ship yeibuilt.
n(o Mattresses, Bedding, Wines and all other stores
are furnished. Passengers in the cabin .-140 to, and
35 guineas from Liverpool
For freight or passage, apply at No. 32, India-wharf.
O((CNo freight can be taken on board the packets on
the day of sailing, or the day previous thereto.
april 3 4m

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xE leave- Providvnce, April 1. r.. 1i1. 16, 21,
,-2 '-,-, *." 12, M.; and New or;, A....I 8, 14,
18, 23, 27, at 4, P. M.
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Providence, April 2, 7, 11, 15. .11. 2!, 30. ia 12.
M.; and New York, April 4, 0. 13, 1 22. 2.,
at 4, P. M.
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23, 27, at 12; M.; ai.l .d,., l'o, I. April 1, 6, 10,
16, 21, 25, 29, at 4, P. M,
Providence, April 4, 9, 13, 17,2.2 28. it 12, M.;
and New York, April 2, 7, I, 15. -2, 24, 30, at
12, M.
Stage leave the Marlboro' Hotel,'and Commer-
cial Coffee House, daily, S,,ni .y ei'cptied, and atr.
riye at Providence before th, .-iarilitn of' lie Pacltsa--
Seats taken at the above pi.i-.e. E\]ra .'.:.a:hes al.
ways in readiness to accorn1.:..'.,e p ,r.m.'.
6r Editors, in whose papers this L...: ii a.i eriiidi.
will please copy the above.
April 1, 1829. eplm


T IHE Steam-Boats UNITED STATES, Captain
Beecher, and HUDSON, Captain Sanfird, have
commenced their daily trips between N,i-H-asEr, a d
New-York, and will continue to run -..ubl.ly thrjoui; i
the season.
Leaving N. Haven every Leaving N. York every
Monday morn at 9 o'clk. Monday morn at 7 o'clk.
Monday even 7 Tuesday morn 7 "
Tuesday even 7 VWednesday morn at 7 "
Wednesday even at 7 Thursday morn at 7 "
Thursday even 7 Friday moirn 7 "
Friday evening 7" Saturday morn 7 "
Saturday even 7 Saturday afternoon at4"
Malting seven trips each week. Fare, 3 dollars.-
All freight and baggage at the risk of the owners there-
of. '
Post Coaches always in readiness on the arrival of
the Boals at New Haven, to convey passengers to
Hartford, Boston, Providence, &c.E R r
New Haven, April 7th, 1829.
o ^-. ~THE Brookline Coaches, (old
line,) will in future leave the
Punch Bowl Tavern, Brook-
line,.as follows: at 8' and'9 o'-
"" clock, A. M. 12, M 3 and 1-2
past 4, P. M. Returning, leaves the Marlboro' Ho-
tel, at 10o'clock;,A -M. M 12 M. and 2, 5 and 6 o'clk.,
P. M. Fare to Brookline 12 1-2 cents, to Roxbury,
6 1-4.
N. B. It may be said by some revolving satellites
that there is no such line running, but the public
may rest assured that there is such.a line and will con-
tinue to be, so long as the Norfolk House line of
coaches continue carrying Boston passengers from
Roxbury to Brookline for nothing, in opposition to
the Brookline old line. feb 20
u LEAVES Boston, every
] ~ Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
^. ^ urday, at 7 o' clock, A. M.
-through Lowell, Nashua, and
="*" Francestown-and; returns ev-
ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at P. M.
Books kept in Boston, at Suffolk Hotel,lIm Street,
and Marlborough Hotel, Washington, (reet, and
Carter's in Lowell,and Parker's in Francestown.
dec 30 eptf .."- .
C LAPP & WINKLEY, at the London Clothes
and Hat Warehouse, No. 34, Broad Street, have
just received by the Dover, from Liverpool, a large
supply of extra superfine blue, black,'brown, olive and
green Broadcloths, suitable for Frock and Dress Coats,
They have also recently received a large assortment.
of superfine black, blue, steel and black mixed Cassit
mneres ; middling and low priced Cloths and Cassi-
meres; Silk, Valencia and Velvet Vestings ; Sewing
Silk ; Twist; Marshall's patent Thread ; red and
mixed Paddings, Canvas, Buckram, Levantines, Rat-
inetts, Gingliams, Cambrics, Hats, Stocks, Gloves,
Cravats, &c. &c.
'!'hey also keep constantly on hand, a general as-
sortment offashionable Ready made Clothing, of every
Any of the above will be sold on very reasonable
tJr-Clothes made to order, at short notice, in the
latest London fashions, best manner and warranted to
fit. March 13
W ITH Ice Boxes, and Lead or Britannia Pipes,
which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms, at less' than two thirds their former prices,
which are equal, if not superior to any in the city, if
applied for soon. The Liquor from the above Pumps,
with Britannia Pipes, are perfectly free from corrode,
as no brass, lead or iron come near the liquor, which
passes out through a neat GLASS URN, (which stands
on the Bar or Counter,) with a silver pipe.
.Cy'The above can be had by applying to Mr.
CHARLES WAnDE, Merchants' Row-Boston Beer
Company's Counting Room, No. -, Water Street,-
Snowdon & Son, Cornhill Square-or at the Subscri-
ber's, Union Factory, Hanover St., Boston.
*fHfe respectfully informs the retail Grocers and
other Victuallers, that he manufactures a similar kind,
equally serviceable, which lie intends to sell for 10 to
15 dollars. With these, the liquor may be kept en-
tirely romn the air, which causes it to grow sour and
insipid, imar 27

A R(.A NA C_:ELESTIrA: .r Ctl niiil M.teris,
1 .i Ir,i,i.,.i in lh .S SI rr d eriSa Iuri z. 1,. i ord ,,C
t.. L..-'I, r..r,.l'r i: .. a, .i J la id ,per. ; bi.ga.r.ring ih
he Book oi Genesis ; interspersed with relations of
wonderful things seen in the world of Spirits andi the
Heaven of Angels. In 12 vols. 8vo. /
A complete Index to the Arcana 4i'klia. iranslat
ed from a p, ... o-rk i. .fh. AuiI.,,r To which.
s added,an ISr.ki .to le i'itage-' iI" Scripture co n
gained in the same work. 1 vol. 8vo. ', e
A Treatise concerning Heaven and its Wonders
and also concerning Hell, being a relation of thing .
seen arid heard. I vol. 8vo.
On the New Jerusalem and its Cit nial sof rire.
A Treatise concerning the las- Jti.%Jdmrit. a;id Elie"
destruction ofBabylon; showing thasi ill ihE r1dlic
tions contained in the Apocalypse are at this day ful
illed- Being testimony of things heard and seen
Also a continuation concerning the last Judgment and'
the Spiritual World. 1 vol. ISmo. .
" The four Leading Doctrine,..,i' he Te', Church.
(.i1 ,fired ir, i he R-.. cli. 21, v i I 'ie N ,'e Jeru-'irem;)
btin I .'.'-t .-i r.i.' ihe ]Lold. h Di L'ii.i.e aid Hii-
an r, Natu,..i, and t.he Divne Tr utl) lhe Shered
Sic, ipiure : Fu.ilind Life. 1ranalald 'r..min the Lai-
iI .'f Emai.iuel Swedenburg. With an initrf.dncior
Prc.'-alc, .J1 an account of IE Aw ln'..r. 1 .5 1 ti
E. i:h ohlthe. a.I.. e Doctrines mi', L.,: th.d .par.itely.
Tih,? V ,.:.",ri of Angels c.-r.c-rr..r. l e Di in'l
L'.ve and Dirin:- Wisdom. The WisJd.oni r Ar. til,.
ci.rnc, rn.rig hr- D ,inre Proi ;dencc. I vol. 8vo.
Thie Ap.o.alpe Revealed wherein are disclosed
the Arcarna ihi.,n foreiold, which hate hilhertno re-
ni.inri.d ,:,',ricea:l .l 2 *,61'. S? o. -
[r l Ap. i...l. Ip r.l',ild atirl,,rirg t1C le Spirrf-
,ial Senst e ; ih.r.r-ri aie re. ltd he Arc.in:, wliic- "
are predicted therein, and -inict haei hitherl ibee
concealed. To which i- aided a Summari Extpr. .
tion ftlhe ii.cril.al sense of thr. Pr,.pheticil IBools of
the IO'ld T ti'nieri', and vi tih, Pzalne ol David. 6 v,

.A Treiati, on C'.:n iigal Love. v..1. P'o.
Or- tIh e h -r. .- ,..." 'r ed 1 r.- I'n o.
Asnisill r Tr.ilie or. t li;. Lvine Loie and Visdc.m.
I vol. S1moo% I. .
The itw.:. -1- .:,r t ar inclieded in the ApocaTlpse
E pliriel. ar ni aV be had :.:p.aiuiel\.
The Nau,.n .:.f the [nri.:t..r.Ai t L,-t l'r, the S',ul ar.d
the E,..d 1. h, 1.:h. p I: url.,' .J t il.e plei,-e 1'i \, hN ical.
irnfl'.. or h ifarii, iu'l tllfl ,r 6,3 pre--e iablished Iar-
rrdo Chrisrain Relonri. r the Universal Theolo-
S'of lihe N-," (Ch'ircl,, whil. was foretold by the'
Lo.rd,Dan. viii. 13,14,anin. in rh Ai..c.il. psexxi.1],2.,
2 vols. 8vo.
Ti -. i i, ,, '.-.r t a d .r va:,tti '. N 'e Cl.I-. h,
Publ.ciliii.,,ar,a l'.:.r -.ue i b .. HOT A 1D. Sch1 r.l
street, Boston. li lVy .tept 26.
F ROM Zion's Herald, published at Boston,--"No
remedy that has come to our knowledge, has been
so effectual in staying the progress of destruction in
those under the dominion of strong drink, as that of the
Ii.: Dr. Chli .: .':.f N. York."
Frr.m r.:iI: 1rrrari Ad. ocate and Journal, publish-
.j An rthI .:.r, ...I r.,' Y',.rk:- "i'Ve are aware that
riicv c'.i..l" ..r-i na. I.. 1. r. resorted to by medical men
.: t... ith i .tll.II .f ardent spirit.. i unt r l
,y recur.il"i all ilieir s.kill has proved un-ai inlie.: i.- hr

rali e.I..,J 1 i ,er.i r .rb .i 1 i r L-a.ai.rIi i r'n.

ir i ;i. ..r.; -- t..r l. -
.:'liiJ ,i.Ill .:. th" eir li'.r,.air tt.n1[ and r'lJ.rJ thi -rm -
i: I, 1., n lhn4 t i in i'l 1h. it-: ,Jei ru..tllti Intl'l .r,.:,:. T I" ?
m .:- : ine p t'parcd 'I l l:ire 4. r Chambe._. hor,. deh r,
al-Ars [.:. b ha ipc. .:- t....n. A o' l i.r u l, -
,i.:ir h .v hi pr...Jl.. .l '; .J-i, .hl e -. i J ri .... r r h ll i r.ni..J-
:. i.- t a I I'i u an i t,,e to d..J.. a narur"all> -
.-,.,, l i r.r-: r J~r. ., p. iI j r ...i r [t he m err.i

I', i lhh ri i .'.iiIpart.ii h p. l.ne .an i hio h :r ideor ice-
is accumulating daily."1
Fron, hit..: th l in.it (Al lrt..ai b. Herald :---We have
'' ,rr'.t:5=: "l rhr: ;ai.ri ir *:lT-.. A'i -...1' 1 i- n._ 1.d 711ne W e
.r. lV ili l ,r i ,,., ,--.-ie.i ],in le ? f. .... r I.. r? t 1 ihn ken-
r,.:!a .i n ii-' r,, :.: -., l'a lu i 1, iI r'., w in
only follow the'diretions, without which none should
expect a cure from any medicine. !
N. P.. Th.: .Jir .t,:,- ..-*, nip nyin. the medicine
at r sa-i.'. tb, J'.ne- H. I.[%[. M. D. proprietorofthe
IR'nC 1j -- ih.:.il"Ol hich ,*l.li 'i- re grenumne.
j A fresh supply of the above valuable -miedicine
just received and for sale by Mr. W. Blasland, Drug-
gist, opposite the Post Office. and bi Tl..:.in.'. BUlasland
Jr. corner of Common and Ellh.:t ireid .. B ..n. war-
ranted genuine. law aug26

B. .LA..CE.
A. BABCOCK & CO. successors to the Patentee,
and sole Proprietors of the, right of manufacturing
._ 1 H ,E :-.r .l7c a, the o,011-
inal T'ruto, ,I. i T, .!re
A ti ..-.. ...e orn.. .,i h
., ,4p., me'{[\\ ~ 'JlFederal, Milk, and Frank-
T lin Streets, a general assort-
!/'i! m\ ent of DEARBORN'S
-B \ ANCES of thevarious sizes,
Among which is the smnalt
Balance for .Domestic pur-.
poses, very convenient, anid much approved of in the
culinary department."
Dearbori's Platfoprm Balance, for weighing Hay,
and other heavy loading, and yet susceptible of weigh-
ing small quantities with precision. ,
Dearborn's Gold Standard Balances, for the use
of Banks, whieh have acquired a reputation for accu-
rate and nice'weighing never before equalled by any
other manufacture. .
WEIG Oi'TS are furnished accurately adjusted to the
various standards offoreign countries, attending the
Patent Balance, and as testimony of their correctness,.
not a single complaint has been received at the factory,
of their numerous adjustments, through a period of more
than, 20 years.,
All the above articles are offered at very reduced
prices, from former rates, at this establishment, with-
out any diminution in the faithful workmanship,
which has been so uniformly characteristic in the exe-
cution of all orders under the direction,of our respect-
ed predecessor and patentee.
This establishment is the only legally ,authorised
manufactory, in the Union, of Dearborn's Patent
Balances and Apparatus.
Messrs. H. H. & F. H. STIMPSON, 127 State street,
corner of Broad street, are constantly supplied with
RATUS, from the above factory, where the articles
may be obtained on the same terms as of A. B. & Co.
March 3
D"R. JENN.INGS, of Edinburgh, speaking of these-
J Pills, says; I have used them in my practice, as,
well as in the hospitals, and find them to be a most
valuable remedy in cases of Rheumatism, and well cal-
culated to do much good, and therefore recommend
them to general use; being confident in my opinion, as
well as that of others, no one will be disappointed who
may have occasion to use this-valuable medicine.
Dr. Cr.ARKE, ofNew York, in a letter to the Agent
of the Proprietor, concludes by saying :--"Every class
of people will find in the India Extract a cheap and val-
uable remedy for the Rheumatism. I have generally'
found from one to two boxes' have produced a cure-
and in one instance a gentleman who came under my
care, laboring under obstinate chronic Rheumatism. at-
tended with all the symptoms of approaching consump-
tion, by continuing the use of the Pills, both diseases.
were completely removed, and I am of opinion, that
this medicine will prove a valuable remedy in com-
plaints of the chest, as well as Rheumatism and Gout."
Letter to Dr. Bedwell, dated Liverpool, January 7,
"DEAR DOCTOR,-I have been violently affected
with a rheumatic complaint for many years ; even my
fingers were so contracted, that I could neither dress
nor undress myself, or give the least assistance to my
family. I have only used two boxes of the Extract,
and I am perfectly restored. Yours truly,
Price $1,50 per box. For sale by JONATHAN P.
HALL. Jr. No. 1, Union St. law3m-Jan. 20
SS. ANDREWS respectfully informs the ladies
and gentlemen of Boston and its vicinity, that lie
has removed to No. 241 Washington Street four doors
south of the Marlboro' Hotel, where he has changed
his line ofbusiness to that of Combs and Fancy Arti-
nOt-Old Shell Combs mended and polished at short
N. B. Goods will he received at the above place for
the south end Dye House, where dying and scouring
will be done at short notice, and in the best manner,
mar 11 eF3m
For $5,50.
A LSO, a 'ew cases Short Napt Hats, 4,50.-
for sale by the subscriber, No. 44, Wr.shiingtont
Street, a few doors north of State St.
April 3 epSw