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I)AILY ALBANY AR: GUT.

E. CRO SWELL, Printerto to'he St.-tr.
E. RCROSWELL, ,
0. R. VAN BENTtirYSFN, .,
THOS. M. BURT,"
8. CROSWELL
Office N-,. 370 South it-,T-rLt strr-et. [ oi' (C F ei m
room in thSe second sfor',

T E KRMS.
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payable half yearly.
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payable in advance, without which no paper will be sent
No subscription received for less than six months.
No paper will be discontinued (unless at the discretion
of the proprietors) until all arrearages are paidl.
.Z Advertisements conspicuously inserted on the cus-
tomary terms.
i3Insolvent notices inserted six weeks for $1 67; ten
weeks for $2. Other legal notices are charged at therate
of 50 cents per folio (of 100 words) for the first insertion
and'20 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. In
all cases payment is 'required in advance.
All letters and communications must be post paid.


IMPROVED STOVES.


NEW AND SPLENDID RUSSIA IRO0
N DUMB STOVES-Rendered complete by tl
addition of Eli C. Robinson's Patent Improved FIRI
PLACE, and warranted superior to those of any othi
construction now in use; combining economy in fue
comfort in cold weather, and perfect simplicity in regulh
ting to suit the changes of the weather.
These Stoves can be connected with stoves for the ut
of either coal or wood, and are made so as to be take
apart and cleansed without difficulty. They are designed
for parlors, upper halls, or bed-rooms, imparting an agree
able and healthy warmth to the apartment in which the
are used; the air being pure and more fit for respiratio
than where stoves in which the flame comes in immediate
contact witi iron plates, are used.
A great variety of elegant patterns now finishing an
for sale by A. H. AUSTIN, 17 State street,
se28 corner of Dean.

RATHBONE9S PATENT UNION COOt
STOVES.-The subscribers would invite the alten
tion of their customers and the public generally to the a
above named article. They have recently mnade-Anany im
portant improvements in these Stoves, suggested by th
experience of the past year, and can now confidently re
crnimend them as unrivalled in utility, convenience an
eo nomy.
The various processes ofboiling with three boilers,roas
ting and baking, are effectually performed at the same
time, and the oven so improved In construction as to main
lain at all times a perfect equality of heat in every part.
Certificates with the following names attached, show
lng the high estimation in which the Union Cook Stoves
are held among those who have thoroughly tested then
ton be seen at the subscribers' store 47 Statast. Albany
Albany-Peter Bullions, S. Hawes, L. Chapnin, E. A
Ihuntly, F. S. Pease, George W. Peckhmn, H. )ibble, D
Sparhawk, D. Banfield, Ira C. Baldwin, Calvin Pepper
Jared L. Rathbone, John Worcester.
Troy-Thomas Turner.
Watervliet-Samuel Miller.
Butternutts, Otsego county-Chauncey Todd, Obadlat
Seely, Mordecai Wing, Salmon Starr, George Simmnons,
John II. Bissell, Sylvester Nearing.
Schodaclr, Rensselaer county-John Link.
Schoharie county-William Craig, Carlisle; D. ILoucks,
hiaron.
Homer, Cortland county--Rev. Dennis Platt, J. M.
zlbiermerhorn, Horace WThite, Daniel Glover, T. D.
<'Jlolar, Orrin Bowen, Mansion House, Edson Signor,
tit ert Neshit, John S. Foulder, N. H. Tanner, Homer
Coitn Manufacturing Company.
Corlandville, Cortland county-Mason Salisbury, E.
P. Brainard, Levi Taggart.
Tully, Onondaga county-D. B. Bourtell, Salem Baker,
WiVmn. M. 0. Farrell.
Cortland county-A. H. Brogden, Preble; Horace Bliss,
Truxton.
Tompkins county-William Brabrook. Groton.
Chenango county-Elijah Rathbone, Alvah Hunt,
Greene.
Connecticut-David M. Jewet, North Lyme; V. W.
Reed, Andover.
Having made arrangements for our castings for the en-
suing season, to be made in this city, under our own su-
pervision and care, and of the best quality of Scotch and
American iron, we shall be enabled to furnish smooth and
perfect casting, far superior to any we have before been
able to procure. This arrangement will enable us also to
mount and fit our stoves more perfectly than it is possible
to do with castings made at the blast furnaces.
ap22 JOEL RATHBONE & CO.
IMPROVED FOUR BOILER COOKING
STOVES-The subscriber would respectfully inform
those dealers and others, who were disappointed In get-
ting these stoves last.fall, that he has made such arrange-
ments for the coming season, as will not fail to secure him
an ample supply. Having made a few alterations from
the experience of the past season, he can now confidently
recommend them, as being unequalled by any stove in
this or any other market, either as it regards finish of cast-
ing,, cheapness or capacity for cooking.
Country dealers are invited to examine these stoves be-
fore making their purchases; their superiority is obvious
upon a mere inspection.
Certificates from those who have used themni in differ-
ent sections ofthe country have been sent in, and can be
seen at the store. Below are annexed a few from those
who have used them in this city.
ELISHA N. PRATT.
I have had one of E. N, Pratt's improved four boiler
cooking stoves in use in my kitchen, for the last six
months, and take pleasure in recommending it to the pub-
lic as the best article that hais ever coma under my observ-
ation. Its peculiar construction enables the user at the
same time to boil in four places, and to bake in an oven
with an even and regular heat, and to roast in a tin oven,
exposed directly to the fire, without the interposition of
east iron plates as in most other stoves. A!l this is done
with great convenience, despatch and economy in fuel.
Those. Lawrence, r.
Having had in use the past winter, one of the improved
four boiler cooking stove, I can safely say, from my own
observation, and from the information of my family, that
it is decidedly an excellent and economical stove. It per-
forms well and expeditiously all the operations of baking,
roasting and boiling in four boilers at the samute time, and
with the consumption of a very small quantity of fuel.
David H. Cary.
Thesubscriber has had in operation in his kitchen, for
the last three months, one of E. N. Pratt's improved four
boiler cooking stoves, and takes great pleasure in recom-
mending it to the public, as being decidedly the best arti-
cle of the kind for baking, boiling and roasting that ever
came under his notice. It is durable and simple in con-
struction, and consumes but a small quantity of wood for
the woek it does. Caleb N. Bement.
Mr. Pratt-Trhe improved four boiler cooking stove
purchased of you, I am highly pleased with, particularly
on account of the very small quantity of fuel it requires.
Herman Ten Eyck.
Mr. Pratt-I take pleasure in informing you that my
family are well satisfied with your improved four boiler
cooking stove. Your recommendations respecting it we
find perfectly correct; it certainly economizes very much
In fuel, for the amount of cooking that it will perform, and
i altogether a very handsome and labor saving article.
Yours, respectfully, E. H. Pease.
I can recommend the improved four boiler cooking
stove, as being the best stove I ever had in use. It will,
as you informed me, boil, bake and roast at the same time,
and as the dampers are so constructed as to direct the heat
wherever it is required, the cooking is done with great
case, and economy in fuel. I prefer it to any stove now
annufactured, and as such, would recommend it to the fa-
voraible notice of the public.
II. C. Whelpley.
Mr. Pratt-With the four boiler cooking stove purchas-
ed of you, my family are well pleased. It performs the
different operations of cooking in the best manner, with
great despatch, and consumes but very little wood for the
work that is done. Chas. \Vainwright.
ap28


PROFESSOR OLMSTED'S STOVES--
Certificates and Recommendations:
A great number of gentlemen who have used the stove
during one, and in some cases, during two seasons, have
obligingly favored the proprietors with their opinion of
its merits, in the form of certificates, with leave to present
them to the public. A few of these are annexed in the or-
der of their dates. The proprietors can confidently refer
to hundreds of citizens of New Haven, for similar testi-
mnonials.
From Francis Markoe, esq. of the house of Masters &
Markoe, New York, dated Jan. 8, 1836 (addressed to
the patentee):
We are more and more satisfied with your stove every
day. There is no difficulty in managing it. The temper-
aturewevary according to the weather, whether high or
low. It is equally distributed through thie room. It keeps
up the fire through the night, and there is no difficulty in
the morning in additg to it. I think I may venture to say,
that one peck of nut-coal keeps us as comfortable as we
could wish for 24 hourss* It is the most comfortable, eco-
nomical, easily managed, and clean fire place I ever
knew, and I thank you for the invention.
From Charles Taylor, esq., Newark, New Jersey, dated
May 19, 1836:
I have for several years past, observed the various pat-
terns of stoves invented by scientific men, and made trial
of the improvements more or less each year; but have ne-
ver found any apparatus for warming rooms to compare
with one of Olmsted's stoves, constructed by Messrs.
Smith & Sherman, which I procured last November, and
have had in constant use through the winter. In point of
economy it surpasses any other stove I have ever seen;
it ia n rfcptlv neat nnd free. from durst; fires are made.with


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ALBANY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1837.


, WOUG i-KEEPS1E COLLEGIATE SCHOOl-
T he site selected for this institution is 11College
Hill," which is situated about half a mile northeast ol
the beautiful and flourishing village of Poughkeepsie; its
location is unrivalled in beauty and salubrity, and cannot
fail to attract the attention and excite the admiration of
every lover of rural scenery.
The school will be conducted on philosophical princi-
Spies. Reference will invariably he had to the nature oil
Sthe juvenile mind, and constant efforts will be employed
to ducvelope its powers in their naturalrorder, and to pre-
si erve themins their relative strength. The domestic ar-
rangements and modes of instruction will be adapted to
youth of every age, aniFl they will be instructed in such
branches as mnay be requsite, either to qualify them for a
collegiate course, and the attainment of a liberal educa-
tion, according to the wishes of their parents or guar-
dians.
Those who may be designed for commercial life, will
Generally be taught orthography, reading, writing, eng-
Slish grammar, geography, rhetoric, logic, manthem-atics,
History, (in particular thie history of oar own country,)
natural philosophy, political economy, civil polity, the
French and Spanish languages.
Those who may be designed for a collegiate course, in
addition to most of the above studies, will apply them-
selves to the study of the Latin andti Greek languages.
'rThe government of the school will be supervisory and
parental: whilst the strictest, order will be enjoined, such
disc,-ipline only will be employed at may most effectually
tend to call into action the moral sense of the scholar.
Persuaded that the instructions contained in thIe Scrip-
tures are eminently conducive to thIe formation of moral
character, select portions of them will be daily read, their
fundamental truths inculcated, and such familiar lectures
occasionally delivered as nmay best serve to illustrate their
moral and religious design and tendency, without having
a direct bearing upon the peculiarities of any christian
denomination. Sabbath mornings and evenings will be
devoted to the study of the scriptures. Scholars will at-
tend church at such places as their parents or guardians
may direct. No pupil will be allowed to absent himself
or leave the premises without permission.
Rewards and punishments will be of an intellectual and
moral nature, addressed to the understanding and the
heart. Rewards for good deportment and diligence in
study will be, the confidence and goodwill of instructors;
approbation and love of friends and relations; self-go-
vernment; rapid improvement in learning; advancement
to a higher class and an approving conscience.
Punishment for negligence and irregularity of conduct
will! be chiefly-disapprobaticn of instructors; private
and publiccensure; studying during the hours of diver-
sion; removal-to a lower clas.; and finally, if incorrigible,
dismissal from the school..
Strict attention will be paid to the health of the pupils,
and they will be attended by a skilful and experienced
physician, when necessary.
To prevent confusion and loss, every article of clothing
should be distinctly marked with the full name.
Buying or selling, or bartering-also the use of tot,ae-
co, will be strictly prohibited.
There will be two terms in the year, 23 weeks each.-
The 1st term will commence on thle first Wednesday in
November. The 2nd term, the Ist Wednesday in May.
Able and experienced instructors will be provided in
the several departments, who together with thie Princi-
pal and his family, will constantly and familiarly asso..
ciate with the youth committed to their care.
Annual expense per scholar, willbe $23), payable quar-
terly in advance. This sum will include all charges for
instruction, hoard, books, stationary, bed and bedding,
washing, mending, room, fuel, lights, &c.
Clothing for scholars will, by order of parents or guar-
dians, le procured on reasonable terms by the principal.
CHARLES BARTLETT, Principal.
N. P. TALLMAI)GE,
GEORGE P. OAKLEY,
JOHN DELAFIIELI).
PETER P. HAYES,In
WALTER CUNNINGHAM,
PARACLETE POTTER,
GIDEON P. HE WITT,
EILIAS TIIIVETT,
GAMALIEL GAY,
J. VAN BENTIIUYSEN,
se'28...Uf Trustes.


ALBANY OLEA HI FURNACE AND
A MACHINE SHOP.--tVILLIAM V. MANY (for-
meriv Corning, Norton & Co.), manufactures to order
IRON CASTINGS FOR GEARING MILLS & FAC-
TORIES, of every description. Also. MALT MILLS,
MASHiING MACHINES, STEAM ENGINES,and RAIL
ROAD CASTINGS of every description. The collec-
tion of PATTERNS of MACHINERY is not equalled in
the United States.
The following articles will be kept constantly for sale
.it the Furnace, and furnished at short notice, viz: POT-
ASH KETTLES, single and double bottoms, from 56 to
140 gallons,CAULDRONS from I to(3 barrels, HATTERS'
and SOAP BOILERS' KETTLES, BARK MILLS, PA-
PER MILL and other SCREWS, PRESS PLATES,
OVEN MOUTHS and FURNACE DOORS, IHAND-
PUMPS, single and double FORCING PUMPS, WAG-
GON, CART and POST COACH BOXES, SASH
WEIGHTS, 7,14,25,28, 30,50,56. and 60) Ib. WVEIGHTS,
FORGE HAMMERS, SLEIGII SIIOES, STOVES,
HALL SCRAPERS, PORTABLE FURNACES, IIAW-
SER IRONS, MANDRILLS for Coppersmiths, BOOK-
BINDERS' and NOTARIAL or SEAL PRESSES.
WV. V. M. having an extensive assortment of Plough
Patterns, embracing almost every kind in use, keeps
constantly on hand the following Plough Castings, viz:
Starbuck's No. 1, 2 & 3 1) Tice's No. 2 A
Clute's No, 1 & 2 1-3 Wright's No. 0, 1, 2 &2j
Bryant's No. 1, 2, 2j, 3, & 4. Hudson's No. 2, D
Gibson's No. 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6. Russell's No. 2.
Wood's (orI 1 2, 3 & I A Wood's C. S. 11, 2 &'3 old
Freeborn's 1, A Chamberlain's No. 3.
Also-TiThe celebrated Side-Hill Plough, No. 1 and 2.
Country Founders can he supplied with PIG IRON.
FIRE BRTUCI, COAL,A1MBOY SAND andCLAY.
Bolting, Turning and Finishing, in all their various
branches executed with neatness and despatch.
Also-PATTERNS made and SCREWS cut to or-
der.
W. V. M. being a practical Millwright, will furnish
calculations, and any other information in relation to ma-
chinery.
COTTON MACHINISTS may obtain castings at thii
Furnace made of Scotch Iron.
All articles ordered can be forwarded to any part of the

United States or the Canadas. Orders may be addressed
to WILLIAM V. MANY, Eagle Air Furnace, No. 84
Beaver-street, Albany, or to the care of Messrs. ERASTUS
CoRNING & Co.
F ASHIONA,0LE UPHOLSTEIYV AND
PAPER IIANGINGS.-P. M. ORANGE has ust
,-eceived by the latest arrivals, an extensive assortment of
silk and cotton fringes and gallons, worsted damask cur-
tain ornaments, &c.; also, fine and common paper hang-
ings, comprising a great variety of patterns. Hie has con-
stantly on hand superb transparent paintings for curtains,
hair and moss mattresses, live geese feathers, beds, com-
mon do, paillasses, &c; will make to order to the latest
fashions, window and bed curtains, carpets, ottomansa,
&c. &c.
N. B. Live geese feathers, common do, hair and mioss
o superior qualities, in large or small packages, oc!)
C"OACHI HAMSl3S-2-X) pairs ,mpan'd, SO do brasp
and silver plated coach hames, for sale by
au5 STEELE & WARREN, Argus Building.


HELP ONE ANOTHER."
TIE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPA-
NY of the city and county of Albany-tffiee 0No.
353 South Market street. This company was chartered
May 3d, 1S36, and is iowi n successful operation. The
benefits arising from the principle of mutual insurance,
when understood, cannot fail to enlist every disinterest-
t person in its behalf.
Every man who insures in this company becomes a
member, and is directly interested in its prosperity. At
the time of his application he is required to give his note
with approved security to thIe company, thie amount of
which is governed by the amount insured, and the hazard
of the risk; upon which note he pays five per cent., and
is then insured for five years, as follows: To insure a
good risk, fire proof, to the amount of P,500, lie gives his
note (not on interest) for $20, five per cent of which is
paid at the time, $1; and until a loss is sustained by the
company, he i-s not required to pay any further premium
until the expiration of tivc years. The practical opera-
tion of this system of insurance in Boston and other
eastern cities, has been a saving to thIe insured of an ave-
rage of three quarters of thie amount usually required to
insure in stock companies.
The company invite the public to conime forward early
andi receive, as well as contribute to the great advantages
dcrived't from ntutual insurance.
DIRECTORS:
Barent P. Staats, Daniel Conkling,
Rufus Brown, Eli Perry,
Christopher Hepinstall, Matthew Brown,
Agur Wells, John Hermans,
Eli Gould, Gaylor Sheldon,
James L'Amoreux, John Van Volkenburgh,
Levi Phiillips,
LeviBARENT P. STAATS, Pr-s't.
ERASTUS V. JOICE, Sec'y. ail7
ruItE PROTECTION INSURANCE (COM1
1 PAN V OF IHARTFOIRD, Conn., has couinnissioned
the undersigned as its Agent in this city, and hlie is now
prepared to assure against loss or damage by Fire on as
re:taonahbleterms as tany other office.
This Company, incorporated in 1S25, is justly celebra;ttel


M ICHIGAN LANDS-Persons desirous of pur-
ciains land in the state of Michigan, are informed
that thie undersigned has been appointed agent by Messrs.
Mickles & Co. of Monroe, Michigan, who possess every
advantage of making a selection of the best location and
choice of a good soil. He will receive orders from such
as wish to purchase for any quantity they may want.-
Such persons will be saved the necessity of sending specie
to the land office, by depositing the price of the number of
acres they want to buy, in tihe Mechanics' and Farmers'
Bank in this city, at two dollars per acre, subject to thIn-e
drafts of Messrs. M.'s & Co., on the delivery of the ne-
cessary certificates and papers for said purchase.
THOMAS GOUGH.
N. B. References can be given at the office of the sub-
scriber as to the respectability andl standing of the above
gentlemen. Apply at 3-19 North Market-street, under the
luseuni. se7


1,iICHIGAN LANDS-The subscriber has ap-
i. pointed Messrs. Davis & Jones of this city, his A-
gents for thie sale of lands in Michigan, at the low price
of TWVO DOLLARS PER ACRE. Having been judi-
ciously selected by persons long residents o thIe country,
and who arc well acquainted with the business, possess-
ing a soil unsurpassed in quality, a climate peculiarly mihl
and favorable for agriculture, being eligible located in the
most flourishing district in Michigan; and no payment be-
ing required until the title is legally vested in the purcha-
ser, a confident assurance is tendered to all, that a more
de.sirablec opportunity for securing to one's self or family a
portion of these rich domains, or for a safe speculation,
cannot be presented.
The rapid settlement and extraordinary improvements
in the country are fast enhancing their value, while the
difficulties of purchasing, which generally interpose, are
hereby entirely overcome. Enquireof DAVIS & JONES,
Auctioneers, 66 State street. Albany, October 17, l836.
ocl8-tf LOVEL G. M1ICKLES.
(i ENERA.L AGENCY-TThe subscriber offers hi.s
S services to the public for the renting of tenements,
settling estates for the benefit of creditors, adjusting of
accounts, collecting of bills, notes, rents, &c.
All business entrusted to Ihis care shall receive promp
and efficient attention. ERASTUS PERRY,
December 2Gthl, lhS:. Office No. 82 State st.
References:
E. Corning & Co. Hon. Albert Gallup, Bern,
R. V. Dewitt, J.T, Norton, Farmington,Ct.
Pe-ter Gansevoort, J, J. Hlitchuock, Philad'a,
T. WV. OIcott, Charles A. Hopkins,
-HI. Bleecker, E.M. Teal,
B. Tibbits, Htenry Trowbridge,
Chaunecy Humphrey, F. WV. & C. Skinner,
John S. Walsh, )1. S. VanlIngen,
A. Crittenton, John U. Lovett,
Webb &. )ouglas, .. M. eiggs,
Packer, Prentice & Co. Dibble & Brown,
B. R. Wood, Lemuel Steele & Son,
Ira htarris, ltinry Ravwl- & C,).
Reynolds & Woodruff, HI. B. Webster,
rI i .,hi *f,, e r'..n li nf


SA LBANY FEMALE ACADEMY-The ie)
quarter will commence on 'Thursday, the first of Se
Stenimbher.
S Thisinstitutlion (founded in the year 1814,andoccupyil
t a spacious and elegant edifice, erected especially for its a'
f comunodal ion) comprises,exclusive of the classes compost
of those pupils from the higher departments. pursuing tl
study of the irecneh and Latin languages, Natural list(
Sry, Chemistry and Botany, six departments, three
which are subdivided, and the whole under the charge
fifteen professors and teachers, and subject to monthly vis
stations by committees of the board of trustees.
The course of instruction is designed to be useful an
practical, and to embrace all the various branches of
complete feriale education.
Tho institution is fu-nished with maps, charts, globes
models, a superior chemical and philosophical apparatus'
and an extensive library; in addition to which, in each (
the three lower departments, is a smaller library, careful'
selected, with reference to the capacities and attainment
of the younger pupils instructed in thliem.
Ample arrangements have been made, under such rcgu
lations as the trustees feel confident will prove satisficto
ry to parents, n the establishment, connected with th
families respectively of the Principal and Professor o
Natural Philosophy, as well as in several private families
for the accommodation of pupils from a distance. Th
expense incurred by a young lady for board and tuition
including allthe studies taught in the Academy, will no
exceed $2,25 per annum ; and in these establishments th
best facilities are aflbrded for acquiring a knowledge of mu
sic, drawing, or any of the ornamental branches of femral
education, at a moderate additional charge.
Tihe academical year commences on thle first ofSeptem
her anid ip divided into four tcrms,commrencing respective
ly on the 1st of September, 23d of November, 151 hI of Feb
ruary, and the Sth of May; a vacation ofsix weeks follow
ing the examination in .luly, and a second of one week a
the close of the quarter ending the 1st ofMay.
For terms of instruction, which have been placed oni
liberal footing, or for any other information which may be
required in relation to the institution, reference may be hat
to A, Crittenton, A. M3., the principal, or to either of the
'Tru-tees.
For general information concermngthe character of the
institution, &c. the trustees beg leave to refer to Chancel-
lor Kent,-fIhe city of New York, Rev. Dr. Ludlow, Pro-
vost of the University of Pennsylvania, Rev. Dr. Ferris,
cw York, who, during their residence in Albany, have
successively presided over the institution; to Benjamin F.
Butler. Attorney General of the U. S.; Washington City;
lion, Jacob Sutherland, Genova, New York, and J. IT.
Norton, esq,, Farmington, Coonn., late trustees. By order
of ttlie Board.
A. CRITTENTON, Secretary.
The Trustees are:
Rev. JOHN N. CAMPBELL,, LL. D.
GIDEON HAWLEY, Esq.
RICH'D V. DE WITT, "
RICH'ID 11. MEIGS,
EDWVIN CROSWELL,"
ISRAEL SMITH, "
lion. JAMES VANDERPOEL.
PHILIP S. VAN RENSSELAER, Esq.
THOSE. W. OLCOTT,
IRA HARRIS,
lion. GREENE C. BRONSON.
ARCHIBALD McINTYRE, E;q.
.JlY19 EZRA P. PRENTICE, "
A LBANY AC ADEMY-TheAcademy will opes
for instruction on the first day of Septemberr.
The students are arranged in departments correspond-
ing to the wishes of parents, for the instruction of their
children.
In the4th or junior department, children are taken at
the age of 6 or 7 years, and instructed in reading and
spelling, the elements of Geography and Arithmetic, andti
writing. In the more advanced classes these studies are
pursued to the extent of a thorough English education.-
Mr. McDowell and Mr. Edwards are the teachers in this
department.
The remaining departments, viz, the Classical, under
the Rev. Mr. Bunlions; the Mathematical, under Dr. Ten
Eyck; and the English, under Mr. Clapp, offer all the ad-
vantages of an extended course of instruction.
The French language is taught by Gen. D)u Coudray
Holstein.
Mr. Bell continues as instructor in Penmanship.
Students have for many years been instructed in all
branches required by the Civil Engineer; and many of
the pupils of the institution are now in actual service on
the canals and railways of this and other states. A class
in these branches of study will be commenced immediate-
ly after the holidays.
The elements of drawing are taught in connection with
the above, and other branches of study.
Classes in book keeping are also now in progress.
The Principal will attend to the general superinten-
dlence of the Institution, and instruct in various branches
of Natural and Moral Science.
Prices of Tuition-In the junior department and ele-
mentary studies, 83 75 per quarter for the summer quar-
ters; $4 25 for the winter quarters. Total, $16 per an-
num.
In the highest studies of the 4th department, $4 75 and
$5 25. Total, $20 per annum.
English and Mathematical, $5 75 and $6 25. Total,
921 per annum.
Classical, including also any of the above, $7 75 and
88 25. Total, $32 per annum.
For Instruction in French, the price is $3 per quarter to
parents, to which the trustees add 92 for each scholar.
Boarding-The trustees have obtained references to se-
veral boarding houses, where students can, if it be desir-
ed, be under the care of one or other of the teachers, who
will board with them. Price for board, fuel, lights, &c.
from 82 50 to $3 per week.
Classes commencing Latin are formed on the first of
.eptember and the first of March in each year.
T. ROMEYNBECK, Princinal.
GlD)ON HAWVLEY,
ERASTUS CORNNC4,
JAMES M'KOWN,
JNO. N. CAMPBELL,
JAMES STEVENSON,.
WILLIAM B. SPRAGUE,
PETER GANSEVOORT,
ARCItlBALD CAMPBELL.
THOMAS E VERMILYE,
THOMAS W. OLCOTT,
RICHAiID V. DE WITT,
PHILIP S. VAN RENSSE[,AIRII
JAMES GOOLD,
WILLIAM C. MILLER,
eel-tf RICHARD YATES, Trustees.


Dr. W. Evans'medical office, is at No. 7 Division street,
near Chatham Square, N. York, where application for
agencies arc requce.led to be made by a merchant in each
village, &e.
T Ask for Dr. EVANS' PILLS--Beware of Counter-
its--Go to hi appointed Agents. jy7-dac

SALT RHEUM, SALT RHEUM & RING-
W-. VORMil-Gibney's Tetter and Rmingwornm Destroy-
er--Tle. success which has attended the use of this reme-
dy has induced the proprietor to spare no expense that it
may be more generally known, that those afflicted with
'letter, Ringworms and Salt Rheum, may receive a spee-
dy and permanent cure at a trifling expense.
In no instance has the medicine failed in curing Tetter
and Ringworns, ror will it fail if used according to di-
rections.
It is certain test of the superiority of this rernedy, thati
persons who have been using other medicines and I have
considered a cure effected, have experienced merely a
temporary suspension of the disease, which has returned
with greater violence and more obstinacy than at its first
appearance, and the effect of the Tetter and Ringwormin
Destroyer is speedy anti certain, for no sooner Is it ap-
plied, anwl should even the smallest particle of the disease
renmtin, than it wiil manifest its effects by producing a
redness and itching; and so long as any vestige remains
so long will this remedy act, and as soon as the cure is per-
formed its application will cause no further uneasiness.-
It is a pleasant and safe wash, and may be applied to the
most delicate infant; it requires no restrictions as to diet
and exposure.
A large supply of the above valuable medicine con-
stantly kept on hand at the proprietor's price, wholesale
andil retail, by .IOHN O.NTHANK, GeneralAgent,
145 Broadway, 6 doors above the City Hotel.
A nd at H. RAWILS & CO.,
noll-ly Albany, New.-York.


[?EVER AND AGUE CURED BY THE
SGENUIN E R"OWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE"-
100,000 eases being annually cured by its employment-
like the following, viz:
Mir. lowaind---Sir : I feel it a duty which I owe to youth
nmid tihe community it large, to state that I have been se-


x I FpHE DIFFERENCE-It cannot be denied tlI
P It whilst'niany minedicines which are recommended
the public have nut even the negative merit of harmless
ness, there are others which it would be great injusti.
indeed and suicidal prejudice to involve, untried, in
e" common condemnation. And when amedicinecomese
ie dorsed with all the great names that have adorned the ay
o- nals of the medical profession, and warranted by the sc
0 and signature of long and uniform success, its propriety
. makes no unreasonable demand upon public confidence
is when heclaims for it a superior consideration.
THE CAMOMILE PREPARATION of Dr. Evans
d undeniably entitled to this enviable distinction; for while
a the medical authority in existence condemns it, every mi
dial work which alludes to it, and every medical pract
s, tioner that is acquainted with it, freely acknowledges i
s, pre-eminent virtues; and that the latter should be so i
f opposition to their personal interests, must be attribute
Y either to their candor or love of truth, or to their unwi
ts lingness to fly in the face of all observation, and time test
nmony of thousands.
U" Dr. AV. EVANS does not pretend that his Camonmil
0 Tonic Pills will cure all diseases. He frankly and consci
e enliously admits that they will not. Hle lays uo claim t
1 the discovery of the "Philosopher's Stone," and wishe
8 nobody to believe that he sells the "Elixir of Life;" bu
e he DOES SAY, and he DOES BELIEVE, and lie CAr
, PROVE, that in debility and impaired constitutions; i
I NERVOUS DISEASES OF ALL KINDS; in weakness
e ofthe digestive organs; in incipient consumption, whetlh
- er of the lungs or of the liver; in the dreadful debility oc
e casioned by thie use of purgatives, in palsy, rheumatism
(more especially) in the sicknesses incident to mother
and to females ofrelaxed nerves; in every case ofdeliri
umn tremens, or that disease which is brought on by in
temperance, is the wretched horrors of mind and body
Which accrue from occasional inebriety; in loss of appe
t tite, languor, melancholy, pains inthe head, limbs or side
in corrupt, sallow and uncomely complexions, which arise
a from the bad state of the fluids;-in all these cases, and in
some others mentioned in the bills of directions 2iven with
Shis medicines, HE DOES SAY, that the CAMOMILE
TONIC PILLS, interchanged occasionally with his A.
PERIENT FAMILY PILLS, (the best known) which
e are sold with them, will effect immediate relief; and it
used but for a fair period of trial, a perfect cure. This
much is placed beyond doubt by daily testimonies wbich
Should be given on oath; and for this much, Dr. WV. EV
ANS can conscientiously request confidence. lie there
fore need only add that his CAMOMILE TONIC PILLS
Together with his excellent FAMILY APERIENT
PILLS can be obtained, wholesale or retail, at No. 7 Di-
vision street, near Chatham Square, New York, and of
his authorised agents in town and country.
RESPECTFULLY TO THE PUBLIC.-In addition
to the many references already given to the public, and oth-
ers in possession, DR. WV. EVANS will now refer to Mr.
John Gibson of North street, Williamsburgh, who has
been troubled with the rheumatism for three years, and for
ninemonths linad to use crutches, hlie has been so far restor-
ed to health, by using a few bottles of Dr. Evans' Camo-
mile or Tonic Pills, and a few boxes of Aperient Pills, that
he feels able to go to work again.
Mrs. Watts, 603 Water street, by using two bottles of
Dr. WV. Evans' Tonic Pills has been greatly benefitted;
she feels better than she has in a year previous. Her dis-
ease, dispepsia and palpitation of the heart.
Mr. Wiilard Snow has been cured ofdyspepsia by taking
two bottles of Tronic and two boxes of Dr. WV. Evans'
Aperient Pills. His residence is 351 Waterstreet.
Stephen Ames, 127 Amity street, for a length oftime past
has been troubled with a load and distress at the stomach,
indigestion, and dizziness in the head. By using Dr. W.
Evans' Topic and Aperient Pills, thle complaints have been
removed.
Mrs. Rapelye, Middleton, Long Island, has been cured
by using D)r. WV. Evans' Pills. ITer complaint was dys-
pepsia.
Mrs. Blackwell, 151 Madison street, has received great
benefit by using the Tonic and Aperient Pills.
Capt J. Stewart, of ship WVilliam, has been so far re-
stored to health, as to he enabled to attend to his business,
having been unable to do so for a long time. His com-
plaintls were nervous irritability, with spasms, often lan-
Suid, Indigestion and palpitation of the heart. He has used
our bottles of Dr. WV. Evans' Tonic, and three boxes of
Aperient Pills.
Mr. Israel S. Smith hada complication of diseases, such
as indigestion, loss ofappetite, lassitude and loathing; felt
as if he did not want to see any one. By using three bot-
tles of Dr. WV. Evans' Tonic, and two boxes of Aperient
Pills, considers himselfceured; hlie is cheerful and lively-
says he has not felt so well for ten years.
Mrs. Nolan, corner of Spring and Mercer streets, disease
In thie head, was obliged sometimes (o walk the floor all
night, the distress was so great; greatly relieved by using
the 'Tonic and Aperient Pills.
TO THE L ADIES.-AAmongst thousands of ladles hen-
efitted by Dr. V. Evans' Camomile or Tonic Pills, Mrs.
A1. Beaumont (corner of Canal and WVashington streets)
has kindly allowed it to be made known for the benefit of
others, that shie was brought (by mental affliction) to a
very weak and bad state of health, and pains in the sidt
and head, was recommended to take Dr. WV. Evans' Tonic
Pills, which she has done to ner comfort of mind and re-
storation of health. Mrs. M. Beaumnont.
TO TIlE AFFLICTED.-For the benefit ofthie public
and in gratitude to Dr. Wr. Evans, I consider it a duty I
owe to make known the great good I have derived from
Evans' Tonic Pills. Having been five years afflicted with
dyspepsia ofthe worst kipd, I made application to numer-
ous sources without benefit, by the use of Evans' Tonic
Pills, and three boxes of Evans' Aperient Pills, I have
found signal relief fully to my satisfaction, and am more
healthy than I have been for years. The symptoms (which
were pains in thie ches, weakness in the whole frame,
heart-burn, flatulency, acidity and head-ache) are all re
moved. I deliver this testimony over to Dr. WV. Evans.
for his and the public benefit, for it to be made known. 1
hereby sign my name and address.
Edward Rhodes, 95 Crosby street, N. Y.
The iollowxing pr.rs.n* hnve b,,.cn benefitted anid cured o
different complaints, as dyspepsia, consumption, bilious
and liver complaints, headache, weakness, female com-
plaints, nervous diseases, spasms, and others of all those
complaints for which those pills are so efficacious.
Mr. Samuel McCuily, 431 Pearl street.
Mr. J. Vaurdychne, "-2 Forsyth street.
Mr. J. Gihlis, Milton, Ulster county, N. Y,
Mr. A. Hayet, 217 Broome st-cet.
Mr. Clark, 182 Water street.
iMrs. M., Thompson street.
Capt. John Clark, of ship Jefferion.
Dr. WV. Evans-Sir: That the public may be satisfied
with the virues of your Tonic and Aperient Pills, I will
state that, for a long time have been suffering with a i-his-
tress in my stomach, pains in mmmy head and side, and often
troiubled with lmnogujiness, soumetrunes wuiths pituples anil
lulotches on n-ty sirin. By ucing a fewt of yotir Pills I ann
gmratly benefiltte, and have not the least doubt thloy will
effect a cure. Respectfully your-s,
U. G. Clark, 88 Oliver street.
Albany Agent--Mr. STEPHEN VAN SCHAACK, 392
So:,th Market street.
Troy--Mr. Z. CLARK, bookseller, 916 River street.
WVest Troy-Mr. P>. BROWN.
Hudson-Mr. S Westcott, postmaster.
Poughkeepsie-Messrs. Potter & IVilsrn.
Ithaca Mr. David Hanmer.
IVatrford-J. J. & C. Scott.
Saratoga Springs-Mr. Phineas Fletclher,
Ballston Spa-SMr. .Jas. Conistock.


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FRESH'GROCERIES.-The subscriber keeps
constantly on hand the following articles, which he
will at all times sell as low as can be purchased in the ci-
ty, viz:
Old Hyson, Young IHyson, Ilyscn Skin TEA, in chests,
half chests and catty boxes.'
St. Croix, Porto Rico, New.Orleans SUGAR, in hhds
and bbls; Loaf and Lump do.
Java, St. Domingo and Cuhba COFFEE.
N. Orleans, Sugar House and WV. India MOLASSES.
Allspice, pepper, cinnamon, cloves, nutmegs, salaratus
in kegs and bbls, starch in boxes and half boxes, raisins
in boxes, half boxes and kegs, snuff, tobacco, segars, wri-
ting and wrapping paper, together with codfish, mackerel
No. 1, 2, 3, in brls and haTfdo, sperm candles, sperm, win-
ter, fall and refined whale oil of the first quality.
oc7 EDWVARD ARTCHIER. 68 on the dock.


CHIOICE GROCERIES-particularly selected
for private families. The subscriber has just receiv-
ed4 and now offers for sale, at the old stand lately occupied
by Mr. Jacob Mancius, No. 61 State street, a fresh supply
of TEAS, SUGARS, WINES, &c. which, together with
his former stock of Old WVinee and Liquors, comprise a
very general assortment of goods in his line. Among
which are
Superior old Madeira,
0do do pale and brown sherry,
do port, (pure juice) |
do Sicily and Marseilles, WINES.
Lisbon, Malaga and Muscat, i
St. Julian and other claret, i
Champaign and Burgundy, j
Imperial, gunpowder, hyson, young hyson, TEAS.
hyson skin, pouchong and souchong
Loaf, lamp, white Havana and other SUGARS.
Old otard, highly flavored peach, rasp- BRANDY.
berry and strawberryA Y.
Old Hh olland and whortleberry GIN.
Old Jamaica and St. Croix RUM.
Jamaica Shrub, French Cordials.
Hibbert's Brown Stout and London Porter, lemon syr-
uip, lime juice, ginger, preserves, green and dry race gin-
ger, mace, cloves, nutmegs, cayenne pepper, paper and
soft shell almonds, raisins, currants, citron, prepared co-
coa, rice, flour, pearl barley, pelucio starch, vermacelli,
macaroni, currie-powder, olives,cap sr s, anchovies,7sallad
oil, fish sauces, mushroon and toanato catsup, pepper
sauce, rose water, &c. &e. &c.
Also, Sperm Candles by the box or in smaller quanti-
ties. aul E. ii. SATTERLEE.
('IROCERIES-The subscribers have connected
GX with their former Provision, Flour and Produce b-h-
siness, a complete assortment of Dry Groceries. .'
Treas in chests, half chests and catty boxes
Sugar in hdds and bris
Loaf and lump sugar
Coffee, pepper, pimento
Ginger, cloves, nutmegs
Cassia, &c.
Rice in tierces and barrels
Raisins in boxes and kegs
Tobacco in kegs
Molasses in hhds; for sale byv


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J. & D. H. CARY,
.p21-dactf No. 41 Quay street.


M EDICAL BOOKS-Eberley's Practice, 2 vol.;
Eberley's Theraputics, 2vols.; Dungleson's Physi-
ology, 2 vols.; Good's Study of Medicine, 2 vols.; Wood
and Beach's U, States Dispensatory; Cooper's Surgery,
2 vols.; Dungleson on Hlygen; Dewes on Children; Dew-
es on Females; Dewes on Midwifery; Westar's Anato-
my, 2 vols.; Blandon's Anatomy, 2 vols.; together with
a general assortment of standard medical works, for sale
at reduced prices, by R. O'HARA,
ja18 Bookseller and Stationer, 5 Green-st.


JAMES WALKER, MACHINIST AND
t LAMP MAKFR, 55 Hamilton-street, returns his sin-
cere thanks for the very liberal support he has received
since the commencement of his business, and hopes by
his unremitted attention still to merit a share of public
patronage in the following branches, viz: Printer's ma-
chinery of every description made and repaired, Punch-
ing Machines made to any pattern or size, Vices and-
Lathes repaired, Screws cut to any pitch or dimension.-
In fact any article in his line of business can and will be
attended to and executed at the shortest notice, according
to orders received.
Lamps of every description, Astral, Mantel and suspen-
ding, made, bronzed and repaired; Gas Lamps altered for
Oil; Tea and Coffee Urns repaired, bronzed and related
in the most elegant style; Castors and D)eeanter Stands,
with all kinds of table furniture cleaned and repaired at
the shortest notice.
N. B. Old Lamps and other articles, which are consid-
ered worthless, in this line of business, can be restored al-
most as good as new. jyl4


N OTICE-Messrs. J. ANDERSON & CO. have
11 purchased of Mr, Geo. Davis his entire stock in
trade, as Draper and Tailor, and will continue the busi-
ness at the store recently occupied by him, No. 338 North
Market-st. They respectfully solicit a continuance ofthe
liberal patronage heretofore extended to thie establish-
ment. Albany, Feb. 1st, 1837. fe9-6t
ITSEFUL TO ALL--P. MWhite's Salve has the
hIappiest effect in rheumatism, pain in the breast and
back or side, pain in the head, ague in the face, sprains,
sores, bruises, cuts, felons when first coming, and frozen
feet. Likewise, it is found equally good for wounds,
sprains, cuts or bruises on horses, and will stick wherever
it is applied, and has effected great cures. The true salve
is always stamped on the wrapper P. White, Genuine.-
Price 25 cents per roll. A supply just received at the
Medicine Store 444 South Market st. nearly opposite the
Eagle Tavern, de30 GREGORY'S.
NGRAVINGS--The subscriber has now open for
sale and the inspection of tile public, the most supeili
collection of Engravings ever offered to the citizens of
this or anrty other city. They will lie kept hanging around
the store for a week. ThIe public are respectfully invited
to call and examine them at 328 North Market st.
ja6 ROBERT L. KEARNEY.
JOIINSTON'S SCRAPS FOR 1837- -Exent
plified and illustrated by upwards of 40 etchings and
letter pre.qs, being scraps No. 7. Also, complete sets
from 1 to 7 inclusive, for sale byI W. C. LITTLE,
ja'M 67 State st.


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SMWDONALD, HAIR CUTTER AND
DRESSER, has removed to Hludson-street, four
rs west ot South Market-st., where he will cut and
is gentlemen's hair, in the style best adapted to unite
sonal improvement with good taste, and in any of tihe
iots modes of the prevailing andi most recent fiisli-
s. jail


THE VARIETY STORE, 392 South Market
street-The subscriber hereby expresses his grati-
tude to his friends who have so liberally patronized his
establishment, and intends to deserve the continuance of
their custom. He now has on hand (and intends to have
constantly) an extensive collection of House Keeping ar-
ticles, Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Toys, &c. at wholesale
and retail. The following is a part of the multitude of
things in his store, viz:
Willow travelling baskets Indelible ink
do knife do Backgammon boards
do cradles Chessmen and graces
do wagons & chairs Jack straws
Cedar and oak churns Chinese puzzle
do pails and tubs Battledoors and shuttle
do and maple keelers cocks
Patent painted pails Dominoes
Shaker brooms and mops Cups and ball
tdo sieves and dippers Dissected pictures and maps
do herbs and brushes Clothes and hat brushes
Knife boxes Hair and flesh do
Bellows and shuttles Tooth and nail do
Trays and bowls Comb and curl do
Paste and wash boards Crumb and hearth do
Boxes in nests Portrait painters do
Towel rollers Varnish do
Rolling and clothes pins Camels' hair do
Wooden ladles Ever pointed pencil cases
Boxwood spoons and forks Lead points for do
Horn do do Dinner and tea bells
Boot jacks Sugar nippers
Foot stoves and benches Carpet hammers
Paper files Paste jiggers
Yard sticks Fine razors in cases
Grain scoops do pen knives & scissors
Teacup mops and mats Carbonic dentritice
Table mats Chlorine do
HIemp, grass aind husk door do tooth wash
mats Preston salts
German wax tapers The otto of roses
Magic and lucifer matches Persian do of rose soap
do lanterns do do do lip salve
Whalebone and steel busks Naples and almond soap
Hair pins Castilian and musk do
Fine pocket books Camphor and oxygen soap
do card cases Extract of tonquin bean
Ivory fine tooth combs do bergamot
do dressing do it)o roses
do pocket do Macassar oil


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It 4_ oBANyAND HARTFORD LINE
01' O"ACKETS, FOR 1S3ti-S-ailing from each
Sport 1st, 10th, and 20th of each month.
a Schooner BRACE Captain WV. Ransom.
do MARY JANE, do A. Wilcox.
- do MARIETTA, do G. Whitmore.
I do ELLEN, do Penfield.
r The above vessels are new and commanded by experi-
Senced captains, and so far as practicable will sail on their
regular days.
S freight will be taken at reasonable rates.
t The agents at Hartford will take charge of and forward
.by the first opportunity, all goods and freight left within
- them for that purpose, and attend to the sale of flour d
Other articles of produce consigned to them.
The agent at Albany will attend to the forwarding o.
Goods by the western and northern canals, and the sale
and disposition of any property entrusted to his care.
For further information apply to
TIHOS. K. BRACE & CO., Hartford, Ct.
my5 CHARLES A. KEELER, 120 Pier, Albany.
SBOSTON- ALBANY AND TROY
PAC KETS-Th e following first rate vessels,
SM commanded by experienced masters, will run
regularly the present season as a line of pack-
ets from this city and Trovy to Boston, viz:
Schooner VISSCHER, D. Atwood, master.
do BENJ. BIIGELOWV, F. WVells, master.
do GRECIAN, A. Mason, Master.
do VICT'OR, J. Cammett, master.
do DEBORAH, D. Allen, master.
For freight or passage apply to the masters on bonrd
or at Boston to ISAIAiH BANGS, 15 Long Wharf.
At Albany to
GAY & WVILLARD, 104 Pier, foot of State-st.
At Troy tor
je25 GAY & VILLARD, 189 River strdet.
PHILADELPHIA, LBANY AND
TROY PACKETS-'he subscribers in- S
W tend running the following vessels thle ensuing
season, from the above Ports:
Schooner ISAAC MAERRIT, Captain Curtis,
do CiAS. A. KEri.En, Gager,
do JAMES EMOTT, Bel,
do JOHN RANDnoLi-H, Thomas,
do ELIZABETHii & REaCCA, Allen.
The above :ire mostly new and First Class Schooners, i
commanded'by experienced masters. It is intended to dis- S
patch one a week from each of the above places during I
the season ofnavigation. Patronage is respectfully soli-
c'td. JOHN SILLIMAN
(at Merritt & Loveland's,) Troy,
CHAS. A. KEELER, w
120 Pier, Albany, Proprietors.
Wnm. A. McKee, Agent, North Wharves, below Race
street, Philadelphia, who will receive consignments o
property. Refer to the proprietors above named. mr9


VOL. X11.


No. 4509.

p & STUFF WAREHOSE
S. ITH, No. 394 South Market-street,
Albany, has recently made great addition to his stock o
DYE STUFFS AND PA-1NTS; among which are the
following:
White Lead Paint Brushes
Rlied Lead Sash Tools
Venetian Red Marking Brushes
Spanish Brown Annatto
Spanish White Cochineal
Paris White Press Papers
Spruce Yellow Tenter Hooks
Yellow Ochre Nut Galls
Chronic Yellow Sand Paper
Patent Yellow Rosin
Ivory Black Pipes
Prussian Blue Corks
Rose Pink Sal Nitre
Dutch Pink Glauber and Epsom Salts
Smalts Glue
Verdigris Lamp Black
Ground do Gold Leaf
White and Red Chalk Silver Leaf
Spirits Turpentine Paint Oil
Terra de Sienna Winter Strained Sperm
Gum Shellac Summer do do
Gum Copal Olive Oil -
Gum Sendric Blue Vitriol
Gum Arabic Oil Vitriol
Stone Yellow White Vitriol
Litharge Alum
Umber Copperas
Vermillion Flotant Indigo
Fuller's Soap Bengal Indigo
Also-Orleans Indigo, Log Wood, Nicaragua, Fustiec,
Red W 'ood, Cam Wood, Turmeric Cream Tartar, Red
do., Sal Anmonia, FlourSulphur, Roll Brumestone, Bo-
rax, Madder, Teazles, Clothiers' Screws, Jack Cards,
WVool Cards, Whitewash Brushes, Clothier's do., Demi-
johns, Diamonds, Copal and other Varnishes, Spanish
Sears, Aqua Fortis, Grained Tin, Writing Paper, Stone
Ware, Stone Stove Pipes. Paste Blacking.
GROUND DYE WOODS, of their own manufacture, i
such as will be warranted of the first quality. American -
lass, from 6 by 8 to 16 by 12; English Crown, from 7 by
9 to 20 by 24; do. in crates. Ground Paints of all colors,
wholesale and retail. Brushes of every variety.
Also a large and general assortment of AMERICAN
BROAD CLOTHS, CASgIMHRES! SATTINETS,
SHIRTINGS, and SHEETINGS, at the manufacturers
prices. mr20
DRUGS, .CINxE,4 DJ W WOODS1
..' YE.. T &c--rne subscribers offer a?
wholesale, at the lowest prices for cash or approved credit,
in extensive assortment of genuine DRVGS, MEDI-
CINES, DYE STUFFS, &e.; among which are the fol-
awing:
Opium, Logwood, s
Aloes, Nicaragua,
Camphor, Fustic,
Magnesia, Camwood,
Castor Oil, Copperas,
Brimstone, Blue Vitriol, l
Sulphur, oil do j I
Epsom Salts, White do
Glauber Salts, Madder, I
Borax Crude, Indigo,
do Refined, Nutgalls. I
Calomel, Chrome Yellow,
Jalap, Cochineal, s
Red Precipitate Annatto,
Liquorice Ball, Prussian Blue, 1
do Root, Drop Lake,
Salt Petre, Aqua Fortis, s
Pink Root, Red and White Lead, n
Cream Tartar, Rotten Stone, P
Sulphate do Gum Copal,
Senna, do Mastic, n
Rhubarb do Arabic,
Spirit Turpentine, do Myrrh P
Lamp Black, Russia Isinglass,
Silver Black Lead, American do s
Also, a quantity of India and English Seine Twine. &
Druggists, Merchants and others will find it for their in- k
rest to call before they purchase elsewhere.
J. & J. W. BAY, s
my3 Cor. of State and South Market-sis. n
-ANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.- p
I Just opened at 319 North Market street, opposite the s4
o t office, a complete assortment of fashionable fancy 1!
nd staple dry goods. Consisting in part of di
lack and blue blackfhguredBroadcloths
silks Cassimneres so
iglit and dark cold do Satinetts n
ich black and blue black Merino cassimeres p
plain do Erminetts
iglit and dark cold do do Crape camblets si
rench printed mulls and India nankeens ai
muslins Linen drilling p
,%hite and black ribb'd silk Dark jeans
hose Boys summer goods k
pen work silk do Rouen cassimeres k
lain English dto Blue nankeen tt
rench printed cambrics Irish linen 6
mn'Wd thibet shawls Linen sheetitl
aw silk shawls Cotton do k
rench camels hair do Marseilles quilts b:
halle do Counterpanea p
inbr'd crape do Fine summer spreads .
ernani do Superfine counterpaiez ^ k
rench calicoes Cradle quilts -- ni
rench ginghams iToilet covers p
Vhite merino shawls Cradle blankets
lack do do Rose blankets s
scarlet do do Birds eye diaper a
lack bonmbzine Russia do pi
1k and blue black challe Damask linen table cloths
ourning muslins Colored tjle covers k
lack and blue blk crape Colored danterpanes
Vhite, pink, salmon 4o Table oil cloth t(
lack and blue black crape Moreens
teisse Furniture dimity k
men cambric hdkfs Silk and gingham umbrellas b'
em stitch do Parasols it
ancy shawls Cambric dimity
turning shawls Corded cambric st
lue bl'k ribb'd cotton hose Swiss muslin at
Thite open work cotton Scotch lawn s(
hose Medium muslin
lid rib'd cotton hose Bishops lawn
Liildren's do Nansook muslin B
lack and white cashmere Imitation linen cambric
shawls Linen lawn o,
lack India satin Linen cambric a
lack silk camblel Thibet shawls fc
mixed do do Light and dark calicoes
lhite satin Merino cloths am
lack nankin crape Thread laces n
lack crape vei s Worked edging and insert-
lue black do ing
reen gauze do ec
Corded skirts, India rubber aprons and table cloths, ja-
nett and sarsnett cambrics, black lace veils and shawls, iI
*ad bags, Italian sewing silks, &c. &c., all of which will to
sold at the lowest current price, by
jy30 EDWIN A. HARRIS. ar


No. 36 as designated on said map is situated on the cor.
er of Philip and Plain streets, and belongs to the same
oersons-it is assessed to pay for excavation, &c. $48.08.
No. 35 as designated on said map is situated on the
ast side of Philip street and belongs to the same per.
ins-it is assscssed to pay for excavation, &c. $11.86.
No. 34 on said map is situated on the east side of Phi-
p street and belongs to the same persons-it Is assessed
pay for excavation, &c. $111.06.
No. I on said map is a gore on the corner of Hudson
id Hallenbake streets, and is assessed to pay for excava-
on, drain, &c. $582.10.
Nos. 48, 49, and 50 on said map are situated onthe west
de of Hallenbake st. and are assessed to pay for excW.
ition, &c. $73.73.
Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17,19, 20 and 21 on said map are situate
n the west side of Hallenbake street and are assessed to
iy for excavation, &c, $137.38.
A lot as designated on said map boundednorth by Hud-
n street, south by Plain street, east by Hallenbake-
reel and west by property of Relyea and Wright and is
id to belong to J. Savage-it is assessed to pay for exca-
mtion, &c. $193.36.
A lot situate on the south east corner of South Pearl
ad Johnson sts. said to belong to George Charles, is boun
d north by Johnson st. south by property unknown,
ast by Franklin and west by South Pearl street-it is as-
ssed to pay for laying a stone arch, &c. $1,104.73.
A lot situate on the north east corner of South Pearl
ad Johnson streets, bounded north by property un-
sown, south by Johnson street, east by property uu-
rown, and vest by South Pearl street-it belongs to eo.
larles and is assessed to pay for arch, &e. $8621.13.
A lot situate on the north side of Rose alley, bounded
irth by property unknown, south by Rose alley, east by
operty of J.,Birmingham, and west by South Pearl
reet-it belongs to B.P. Staats, and is assessed to pay
r stone drain, $21.01.
A lot situate on the east side of Orchard street, bounded
*rth by property of the estate of A. G. Lansing, south
property of M'Elroy, east by property unknown and
est by Orchard street, and is said to belong to Charles
SDudley,-it is assessed to pay for paving, &c. $17.00.
Lot no. I as designated on the city map bounded north
Spruce st. south by Elkst. east by Swan st. and west
no. 2 on said map-the owner is unknown-itis as-
ssed to pay for exeavtting, &c. $10.70.
A lot situate on the south east corner of Ferry and
>uth Pearl streets said to belong to G. Charles-it is as-
.ed to pay for paving, &c. $45.53.
A lot situated on the south east corner of Hudson and
iniel streets bounded north by Daniel street, south by
iudson street, and east by property unknown, being a
angular lot, belonging to A. French-it is assessedto
y for paving Hudson street, and drain, $426.80.
ot no. 73 as designated on the city map is bounded
rth by Johnson street, south by Rensselaer street, east,
no. 74 and west by no. 72-it belongs to Smith and
rillard and is assessed to pay for filling, &c. *36.62k.'
Block no. 2 as designated on the city map is bounded
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VTOTICE is hereby given to thie owner or- owners of
I thie houses and lots and other real estate with the ap-
plrtenances, upon which any partofthe damages and re-
compense may have been assessed and apportioned pur-
suant to all or either of the following entitled laws of tihe
corporation of the city- 6T Albaty, TaOtt. -.
A law for excavating, filling, paving, &c. Hudson street
fron l south Pearl to Eagle street, passed Aug. th, IEI-
A law for laying a stone drain in Hudson. street from
Pearl to Eagle street-pa,,d MMarch 26, 1832-A law foc
laying a stone drin in Eaghi street-passed June-27; 16N.
A law for excavating, &c-. Eagle street-passed 8th July,
1833-A lawt for laying a stone drain in Philip street-
August 29, 1836-A law'for excavating, &c. Philip street
-passed Aug. 174 1835-A law for laying a stone (rain i-n
Rosestreet-pa.sed.Sept. '-2,'18i-A- law for making ah
arch over Ruttenkill-passed Aug. 3d, 1836-A law for pa-
ving Orchard street-passed June 8th, 1835--A law for 6x-
cavating, &c. Swan street-passed Janquary 23,133-A
I aw for filling, &c. Rengseller street--passed 183
A law for laying a stone arch in Johnson street froak
Green street to South Pearl street- .. .A
law for filling Rensselaer street from South Maket street
to tile river-passed April 27, 1835-A law for. laklmnan
arch.n Jolnson over Franklin street-passed May 25, "3Ma;
-That the payment of such assessment and apportion-
ment, with interest front thile time of its confirmation, is
required to be made to thechamberlain of the city of Al-
bany, on or before the 28th clay of April next. and that if
default shall be made in such paniyment, then and in such
case, such houses atnd lots andm.other real estate, with the
appurtenances, upon which tihe damages a.d recompense
aforesaid, or any part thereof May have been assessed or
apportioned, will te sold at public auction, under the di-
rection of the subscriber, at the city halt in the city of Al-.
bloany, on thIe 29th day of April next, at ten o'clbek in the
forenoon of that day, for the lowest term ogyears for
which any person shall offer to take thie same for the sum
apportioned and assessed thereon, with interest, together
with the costs of this advertisement and the sale of the
prentises assessed and apportioned as aforesaid.
The following is a schedule of the premises above re-
ferredto upon which assessments and apportionments
have been made under all or either of the foregoing laws:
Lot number 1, as designated in red ink on a map of
Hudson street oi file with the chamberlain of the city of
Albany, is bounded north by Hudson street, south bypro-
perty unknown, east by number 2, and west by Eagle
street, said-to belong to the ertateofLewis -it i assessed
to pay for excavating, paving, making drain. &e. $100.33.
Lot NO. 2., on said map is bounded north by Iudsan-at.
25 feet, south by property unknown, east by rno. 3 and
west by no. 1, and is said to belong to the same estate-
it is assessed to pay for making drain, &c. $60,923'.'
Lot No. 3 on said map is bounded north by-:Hu dson st.
south by property unknown, east by no, -4, and west by
no. 2, andsaid to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
pay for making drain, pavinge&c. $60.64.
No. 4 on said map is bounded north by Hudson st. south
by property unknown,east by no. 5, and west by no. 3,and
said to belong to said estate; it is assessed to pay for taking
drain, &c. $60W.35 .-
No. 5 on said map is bounded north by Hudson St. south
by property unknown, east by no. 6, and west by no. 4,anad
said to belong to said estate; it is assessed to pay for ma-
king drains paving, &c. $6.1.10. -
I1C. 6 op said map is bounded north by Hids6n Street,
outt by property unknown, east by no. 7, and West by
no 6, and said to belong to said estate--it a atoesessod to
pa for making drain, paving, &c. $61,72. -
N. 7 on said mip is boundednorth by Hudson sat. south
property unknown, east by no. 8 and west by bo. 6,
aidsaid to belong to said estate-it Is assessed -to pay for
making drain, paving, &c. $61.54. ,.
No. 8 on said map is bounded north by IHdson-street,
south by property unknown, cast by no. p, and wtet by
no. 6,and said to belong to said estate-It is assessed t6 pay
or making drain, paving, &e. $61.44.
No. 9 on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
south by property unknown, east by no. 10, and west by
to. 8, and said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
uay for making drain paving, &c. 61.36.
No. 10 on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
south by property unknown, east by no. 11, and west by
1o- 9,and is said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
pay for making drain, paving, &c. $61.18,
No. 11 on said map is bounded north by Hudeon street
outh by property unknown, east by no. 12 and west by
o. 10, and said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
pay for making drain, paving, &q. $61.40.
No. 12 on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
south by property unknown, east by no. 13 and wcst by
-o 11 and is said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
pay for making drain, paving, &c. S6-2.18.
No. 13on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
south by property unknown, east by no. 14, and west by
o. 12 and said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
ay for paving, &c. $83.56.I
No. 14 on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
south and east by Philips street, and west'by no. 13, and
aid to belong to said estate-it Is assessed to pay for ma-
in drain, paving, &c. $112.41.
No. 19 on said map is bounded north bi Hudson street
south by property unknown, east by no. 0, ahd west by
o-18, and said to belong to said estatg-it is assessed to
ayL for paving, making drain, &e. $72.10.
INo. 20 on said map is boundejrth by Hudson street,
auth by -property unknowneaft y no. 21 and west by no.
9,and,said to belong to said estate; it Is assessed to pay for
rain, paving, &c. $73.43.
No. 21 on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
iouth by property unknown, east by no. 22 and west by
o. 20, and said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
ay for paving, makingltrain, &c. $74.33.
No. 22 on said map is bounded north by Hudson street,
auth and east by property unknown, and west by no. 41.
nd said to belong to-saild estate-it is assessed to pay for
having, making drain, &c. $194.15.
No. 37 on said map is bounded north by property un-
nown, south by Hudson street, east by property.un-
nown, and w'lt by no. 38, and said to belong to said es-
ate-it is assessedto pay for paving, making drain, &c.,
a37.37.
No. 38 on said map Is bounded north by property un-
nown, south by Hudson street, east by no. 37. and west
y no. 39,andsaid to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
ay for drain, &c. $85.83.
No. 44 on said map is bounded north by property un-
nown,south by Hudson street east by no. 43 and west by
o. 45, and said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to
ay for drain, &c. $68.60.
No. 45 on said map Is bounded north by property unknown
outh by Hudson streeteast by no. 44 and west by no. 46,
uid said to belong to said estate-it is assessed to pay for
avlng, &c. $68.00.
No. 46 on said map is bounded north by property tin-
nown, south by Hudson street, east by no. 45 and west
y no. 47, and said to belong to said estate-it is assessed
o pay for drain, &c. $86.83.
No. 47 on said map is bounded north by property un-
nown, south by hudson street, east by no. 46 and west
y property unknown, and said to belong to said estate--
is assessed to pay-for paving, &c. $17-4.91.
A lot known as great lot A as laid down on a map of the
ibdtvision of lots contracted to be excavated by H. 'age
rid is bounded north by lots of Lewis and by Hudson st.
)utlh by Plain street, east by property of rlmsted, and
'eat by Philip street-it is said to belong to Messrs.
loodgood, Townsend, and French, and is assessed to pay
mr excavation, making drain, &c. $987.17
Lots nos. 14, 46, 43, 42, 41, 40,39,37, 38, as designated
a said map are situated on the south side of Plain st.
nd belong to the same persons-They are assessed to pay
ir excavation. &c. $453.31.*-










THE PILOTS 3. 'tlThe said colmmjissi
THE PILO ;is convenient after the
their offices, respective
SKETCH OF THE DEBATE, in the Assembly, Monday of March next,
their place; and for the
on Tuesday, on re-committing the several propO- lne-t, the mayor shall cc
sitions relative to the appointment and regulation tant presidents of tle sa
companies, by a previous
of Pilots for the port of New- York, by way of in tile daily papers, and
election, and shall certif
Sandy Hook. I'er of1 commerce, at sucl
The committee of the whole, Mr. KING in the venient after the passage
chair, had risen and reported, without having ta- p person to be one of sai
cate- Of thle president orp
ken any question, and the question was on grant- shall be sufficient evident
ing the committee leave to sit again.
Mr. CASH remarked that this was a very im- MEXICO AND T
portant subject, and about which there was a great [From the Was
diversity of opinion, even among the select corn- In the National I
mittee themselves, to whom the matter had been it is stated that the i
referred. There were now three or four bills be- has prematurely rec
fore the committee of the whole, differing essen- Mexican gover
tially in many respects. With a view, therefore,te Mexican govern
of saving time, and that the several bills might be present condition of
examined, and such a system matured as would be try. In order to hay
most likely to meet the views of' all concerned, he ter, it is necessary t
hoped that leave would not be granted to the corn- by Mr. Ellis, in his
mittee to sit again, but that the whole subject g minte r o f frei
might be referred to a select committee of one or Mexico.
two from each senate district, with instructions On thee 6th of Sei
to report a single bill. dressed by Mr. Ellis
Mr. KING said it was desirable that the matter forth various causes
should be acted on and disposed of at as early a the government of thi
day as possible. The select committee had exam- Mexico, all ofwhich
ined all the projects with great care; and much fusion of the treaty
time had been devoted to the subject. If another vigation between th
committee could frame a bill that would be more which had been befbo
Mexican executive.
acceptable to the house, it would be well enough demand that full rep
perhaps to refer the matter again. But it was d ad ta e r
time the subject was disposed of; and it was doubt- who had sustained ir
ful, after al?, whether it could be finally put in a set forth; that all pri
proper shape anywhere but in committee of the United -States on t
whole. promptly and proper]
Mr. ZABRISKIE intended to have offered an dress afforded, and t
amendment or two to the propositions submitted for the numerous ins
by the gentleman from (New York Mr. Tucker) in flag of the United St
committee of' the whole. On that account he On the 3d of October
was particularly desirous to go again into commit- "confidential," was
tee of the whole. He had prepared a dozen amend- rio, ackrg wedging t-
ments or more which he intended to have offered of September, and s
in committee. As remarked by his friend from make a suitable repi
New York (Mr. Herttell) had the New York dele- collect and examine
gation met together and consulted on this subject, the respective cases,
many of these amendments might have been incor- that view, to be pre
porated in the bill, and the discussion of them in lationsaand would,
committee avoided. But as they had not thus t ythe same On the
convened, he felt it his duty to submit them to the rely having been
house.- In making this announcement of his in- sed a second note to
tention, he invoked the forbearance of the house. attention to the prey
The subject would probably occupy some days; less redress was affon
and to say that the subject was important-that it lay in the several cau
devolved a high responsibility upon the legislature twice of the Mexican
and the New York delegation in particular-would dence in Mexico, as
be but to speak only one half the truth. To say ernment, would be u
that it is important to the state of New York, a note was received
would be to tell the story but in part. Nor would ply tothat of the 20
it be enough to say that it was a matter of impor- on the part of his
tance to the whole continent. It was important should, fbr such a ca
to the whole commercial world. An immense sure; and still promi
commerce was at this time carried on to the port his time to the exam
of New York, through Sandy Hook; and he might for consideration by t.
say it was destined to become the most extensive States. On the 4th
in the whole world. It was important as regarded note of the 26th of
the immense amount of property entrusted to the ceived,) Mr. Ellis a
pilots-but this consideration dwindled into insig- Monasterio, inform
nificance, when taken in connexion with the per- tory answer was rec
sonal security and the number of human lives weeks from the date
which were at stake. Still the importance of the his passports, and re
subject to the shipping interest alone in New York, On the 15th of Nov
was enough to induce the house to approach the received to Mr. Ellis
subject with calmness and deliberation, and to It, in substance, dec
seize the occasion to mature a system which paration for our wro
should be fully adequate to the emergency. He nals of Mexico; and
made these remarks to show that this was not a nation was attempt
thee emrks shw hi thie fourteenth article
matter of mere local feeling in New York, but a tf e h
matter of conimnn and general interest, and that tee. to the citizens of
by the cultivation of such a feeling in the house, aftd privileges with
such a bill might be framed as would promote the country in which the
interests of all, and afford effectual protection to at law., On the 7t
life and property. Should the committee sit a- communication hay
gain, as he hoped it would, he should then offer Mexican government
his amendments. nisedin reply to t
Mr. BRADISH hoped the committee would sit Mr. Ellis responded
again; and because he believed that in that way, the 15th of Novemb
and in that only, would each individual become mand of his passport
fully aware of the sentiments of members on this (no reply to that'of'
great subject. Should it afterwards become ne- ed,) Mr. Ellis add
cessary to regulate the details of the billthe corn- Monasterio, inform1
mittee for that purpose would have the benefit of leave the Mexican ,
the suggestions made in the course of debate.- next thereafter, at 4
And here he concurred in the sentiment of the that his passports ri
gentleman from New York (Mr. Tucker) that the 24th. At 6'o'clock
subject touches more immediately the representa- note was ret'eived fro
tives from the city of New York. But more than the surprise of his e?
this, he said it touched the responsibility of every Mr. Ellis should int
man on that floor, whether from New York or so much violence, al
Chautauque. It touched the character of 'the the causes which had
state-the interests of the state-the interests of To this note, no rep
humanity. The gentleman from New York, doubt, considering ii
therefore, (said Mr. B.) will not object if we encewhich had take
from the remote parts of the state, mingle in the minister of foreign a
discussion. He repeated his wish that the corn-. jec of ou cla i
mittee might sit again, and that the views of memo- the part of the Mexi
bers from every part of the state might be heard the propriety of' his
on the subject. He, therefore, nmad4
Mr. TOWNSEND hoped the committee would the United States w
sit again. He was very sorry to see the course evening of the 27th
which, it appeared, some were disposed to take in vented his departure
this matter. As this pilot law v as a matter of vast received from Mr.
importance to the city of New York, and to the priseat Mr. Ellis's


representatives from that city-it was to have IU. .. ........
been expected that the New York delegation, with- of December, by six
out exception, would have met together and con- ports would be place
suited on the subject, and laying party principles past seven, they wer
aside, would have entered that house with but On the morning off
one opinion on the subject. But instead of this, Is left the capital on
I attended three meetings of the delegation, and being precisely three
on neither of these occasions did 1 see gentlemen 26th September was
come forward with their amendments to this bill. erinment.
How, or on what authority they declare that it Under this state of
was by the unanimous consent of the New York United States recomi
delegation- ity be vested in the e
Mr. T. W. TUCKER: If the gentleman alludes Mexico, if, on a sec
to me,. I expressly said that I made no such decla- must be presumed) n
ration. the treaty, she shoub
ration. *
Mr. TOWNSEND: I, for one, am not of that forall alleged causes
class of republicans or democrats that holds it to The editor of the
be democratic or republican, to concentrate all this course is untena
power and patronage in the hands of a single indi- visions of that instr
vidual. But I presume I should be travelling out lated that neither of
of order to discuss that point. But I am sorry to order or authorise a
see, on the very threshold of this discussion, dare war against th
the very worst feature of the original bill-that juries or damages, u
which gives it its political aspect-attempted to ing itself offended, s
be renewed and riveted. We are well aware that the other a statemer
the Governor appoints no man to office but those ges, verified by proo
of his own party. What does the Executive satisfaction, and the
know about pilots?- refused or unreason;
Mr. FRANKLIN called to order. That the Presiden
Mr. TOWNSEND: I trust the committee will gress should be con
sit again, and that gentlemen will throw their par- compact referred to, i
tyism overboard, and come to the consideration of tailed, no less extract
the question on its real merits. be recollected that in
Mr. T. W. TUCKER said he would merely re- tion that reprisals s
mark, for the edification of the gentleman last up, not specify the time
that his (Mr. Tucker's) not appearing before the and it is, therefore,
New-York delegation on the occasion referred to, vising the adoption o
was purely accidental-and further, that he was to act in bad faith to
not apprised at the time that the delegation was ico. If congress sh
called together for the purpose of examining this the course advised b2
bill. So far from wishing to evade the gentle ted, it will then rest
man's knowledge and experience in this matter, he time and manner of!
had already stated that he should be glad to avail It has been said th
himself of all the information within his reach, no complaints adduced,
matter froibm what quarter. How far he should to the Mexican gov
have profited by the gentleman's counsel and ad- of September. As c
vice, had he (Mr. Tucker) been so fortunate as to as often uniformly re
have known what was on lbot, when the delega- the reclamation had I
tion met, the house could judge from the temper other departments of
and manner of the gentleman's remarks now. as information in the
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owners shall be appointed as soon
passage of this act, and shall hold
ly, fur two years from the first
and until others are appointed in
purpose of making such appoint-
)nvene the presidents and assis-
id incorporated marine insurance
is notice published for one week
shall attend and preside at such
fy the said election; and the cham-
i places and times, as soon as con-
e of this act, shall choose some fit
Id commissioners, and the certifi-
presiding officer of said chamber
ee of the election of such person.


'HE UNITED STATES.
hington Globe, Feb. 15.]
itelligencer of Saturday last,
'resident of the United States
commended reprisals against
nent, in consequence of the
our relations with that coun-
'e a correct view of this mat-
o consider the course pursued
correspondence with the act-
gn affairs for the republic of


)tember last a note was ad-
to Mr. Monasterio, setting
of complaint, on the part of'
he U. States, against that of
had occurred since the con-
of amity, commerce and na-
e two countries, and most of
re brought to the notice of the
This note concluded with a
ration be made to all persons
jury in the several cases then
ivate claims of citizens of the
he Mexican government be
ly examined, and suitable re-
hat due satisfaction be given
ults offered to the officers and
states, as therein represented.
r next ensuing, a note, marked
received from Mr. Monaste-
he receipt of that of the 26th
saying that, as (in order to
y to it) it was necessary to
various documents touching
he had ordered them, with
pared in the department of re-
is early as possible, respond
e 20th of October, (no further
received,) Mr. Ellis addres-
Mr..Monasterio, calling his
ious one, and saying that, un-
rded without unnecessary de-
ses therein brought to the no-
government, his longer resi-
the representative of his gov-
seless. On the following day
from Mr. Monasterio, in re-
0th, expressing great surprise
government that Mr. Ellis
tuse, contemplate such a mea-
sing that he would devote all
nation of the cases submitted
he Govnerment of the United
of November, (no reply to the
September having been re-
iddressed a third note to Mr.
ig him that, unless a satisfac-
eived within the space of two
thereof, he should demand
turn to the United States.
ember, a reply was finally re-
's note of the 26th September.
flared that we must seek re-
ngs before the judicial tribu-
Sthe justness of this determi-
d to be supported by quoting
le of the treaty which guaran-
f each nation the same rights
the natives or citizens of' the
ey may be, in all their trials
h of December, (no further
ing been received from the
t, although one had been pro-
he cases not before noticed,)
to Mr. Monasterio's note of
er, and concluded by a de-
ts. On the 22d of December,
Sthe 7th having been receiv-
ressed a second note to Mr.
king him of his intention to
capital on Monday morning
o'clock, A. M., and requested
might be sent to him on the
on the morning of the 24th, a
ni Mr. Monasterio, expressing
xcellency the President, that
end leaving the republic with
aid requested to be informed of
led him to this determination.
ly was made, Mr. Ellis, no
t, after the long correspond-
n place between the acting
affairs and himself on the sub-
he assumption of a right, on
ican government, to judge of
departure from the Republic.
e preparation for returning to
without his passports. On the
L, (circumstances having pre-
'up to that time,) a note was
Monasterio, expressing sur-
silence, and saying that, if he
answer to his note of the 24th
o'clock that evening, his pass-
ed at his disposal; and, at half
re accordingly sent to him.-
the 28th of December, Mr. El-
n his return to the U. States,
' months since his note of the
presented to the Mexican gov-
f things, the President of the
mends to congress that author-
executive to make reprisals on
ond demand, to be made (it
n pursuance of the, terms of
Id still withhold satisfaction
of complaint.
Intelligencer contends that


ible, and repugnant to the pro-
ument, because "it is stipu-
Sthe contracting parties will
any acts of reprisals, nor de-
e other, on complaints of in-
ntil the said party consider-
shall first have presented to
>t of such injuries or dama-
fs, and demanded justice and
same shall have been either
ibly delayed."
it's recommendation to con-
sidered as a violation of the
is, under the circumstances de-
ordinary than unjust. It will
n making this recommenda-
hould be authorised, he does
at which they shall be made;
unfair to presume that, by ad-
of such a course, he intended
wards the government of'Mex-
all deem it wise to say that
y the President shall be adop-
with them to determine the
its execution.
hat in most of the instances of
representation had been made
emrnment previous to the 26th
)ft'ten as presented, they were
responded to by stating that
been referred to some one of the
Sthe government, and as soon
case could be collected and ex-
shonuld hb naw-rldoed Th.. w


parts of the Mexican Republic. In all these cases,
immediate, prompt, and satisfactory explanations,
as demanded, should have been given by that go-
vernment; and, on failure to do so, as in the in-
stances before us, it is competent for the United
States to adopt such immediate measures of re-
dress as may be called for by the circumstances
connected with them.


DAILY ALBANY ARGUS.


THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23.

The House of Assembly, in commemora-
tion of the Birth Day of the Father of his
Country, adjourned over on Tuesday, and did
not sit yesterday.

The subject of the pilots, it will be perceiv-
ed, is under full discussion in the house. The
minds of members differ, however; and the
projects are sufficiently various for all the pur-
poses of an extended choice, if not for em-
barrassment. Besides the bill reported by the
committee, not less than four different bills
have been introduced by members of the New-
York delegation.
We repeat that beyond the belief that the
present system requires immediate and large,
if not radical reform, we express an opinion
upon this subject with great diffidence. De-
riving all our knowledge of the subject at se-
cond hand, and from representations widely at
variance with each other, we do not avow our
own conclusions with the confidence that they
are free from objection.
We certainly do not altogether concur in all
the provisions of any of the proposed plans of
organizing an appointing and governing power
in relation to the pilots. XVhilst we do not be-
lieve, as some contend, that the whole matter
can be thrown open to unrestricted and unregu-
lated competition; yet we would invite all
competition, consistent with the stability of a
sound and well regulated system.
Without descending to details, we can see
no valid objection to the creation of a Board of
five commissioners, three of them of the char-
acter described in Mr. Herttell's bill, to be ap-
pointed by the Governor and senate, one by
the insurance offices, and one by the Board of
Trade: Such Board to license any number of
pilots, or any number not exceeding two hun-
dred, as shall be possessed of the requisite
qualifications.
But whether such will be the outlines of the
successful project, or what shape the subject
will ultimately assume, we do not pretend to
conjecture.

Mr. RUGGLES, of Lewis county, has intro-
duced into the assembly a bill to amend the
revised statutes in relation to the office of com-
missioner of common schools. It provides
that the commissioners in each town of the
state shall, within ten days after their election,
meet together and appoint one of their number
to receive and distribute to the several school
districts in their respective towns, all the pub-
lic moneys said commissioners shall be entitled
to receive by law. It provides also that the
person so appointed shall be deemed the treasu-
rer of the board of commissioners, and shall
execute to the supervisor of the town a bond,
with one or more sureties, in the penalty of
V2000, for the faithful execution of his duties.
This is deemed to be salutary and necessa-
ry improvement; and is in conformity to the
recommendation of the Superintendent of Com-
mon Schools.

Gen. McKEAN, one of the senators from
Pennsylvania, who was absent (owing to ill
health) when the vote was taken in the sen-
ate on the Expunging Resolution, has put him-
self to the gratuitous trouble of addressing the
legislature of that commonwealth on the sub-
ject. According to the Harrisburgh Reporter,
"He seems to entertain as holy a horror of'vi-
olating the constitution,' by expunging any
part of the journals, as is professed by Messrs.
Webster, Calhoun, and other immediate patri-
ots of the senate-and declares that he could
not have obeyed instructions from the house
to vote for expunging Mr. Clay's resolution
from the journal, because such expurgation
would have been a violation of the constitu-
tion." The Reporter adds:
This movement of gen. McKean's, is to say
the least of it, extraordinary. He was not called
upon to perform any act, which rendered an ex-
pression of the reasons for his refusal necessary.
The house of representatives had simply adopted a
resolution approbatory of the passage of col. Ben-
ton's motion to expunge, and upon this hint the
honorable Senator delivers a long lecture. It was,
all circumstances considered, a virtual insult to
the body to which it was addressed, and the mem-
bers would have treated the communication in a
merited manner, if they had resolved not to re-
ceive it at all."


We perceive that the republicans of TEN-
NESSEE, with one voice, call upon gen. CAR-
ROLL, their eminent and estimable fellow-citi-
zen, to become a candidate for governor at the
next August election. The Nashville Union,
says, that "if hlie becomes a candidate, of which
we entertain but little doubt, we can only say,
he will be elected by a greater majority of votes
than he has ever heretofore received in the
state. The reign of whiggery and political
humbug in Tennessee, executive and legisla-
tive, will terminate forever on the first Thurs-
day in August next.
We copy the following article from the Dai-
ly Advertiser of yesterday, with much gratifi-
cation: And we avail ourselves of the occasion
to express the belief that every citizen who
justly estimates the value of superiority in the
science of music, and the high capacity of Mr.
Russell to ensure it, will lend his aid to the
enterprise, so creditable to the city, with which
his residence here will be connected.
"We have great pleasure in announcing the
arrival in this city of Mr. HENRY RUSSELL, the
justly celebrated composer and vocalist. We un-
derstand it is his intention to become a resident,
and to establish a musical institution amongst us,


INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT.-We do not re-
gret to perceive that the citizens of the River
towns are beginning to appreciate their advan-
tages of position, and are moving with spirit
and energy in enterprises calculated to advance
their local interests. The remark is applica-
ble to Poughkeepsie, Catskill, Newburgh, Cox-
sackie, and perhaps to all the towns on the
Hudson.
CATSKILL.-A very numerous meeting of the
citizens of Catskill was held at the court-house on
the evening of the 10th inst. The object of the
meeting, as stated in the notice,was "for the pur-
"pose of taking into consideration the various in-
"terests immediately affecting the town, and the
"general prosperity of the country. And more
"particularly to present to the public and the leg-
" islature, such a state of facts relative to our pe-
"culiar location for the termination of the great
internal4 improvements of this and the western
"states, as may lead to a more full examination
"of all the routes to the west." This notice was
signed by "upwards of 200 citizens, of all parties
and local interests; and the meeting was a crowd-
ed and enthusiastic one. It having been tempora-
rily organised by calling Jacob Haight, esq., to
the chair, the following officers were reported by
a committee: Thomas B. Cooke president, Orrmn
Day, Jacob Haight, John Adams and Peter
Shaurman vice-presidents, and Ira Dubois and Ca.
leb Croswell secretaries.
A preamble and resolutions were adopted, from
which we copy the following; premising that the
meeting resolved itself into an association fbor the
purpose of carrying into effect the objects con-
nected with the growth and prosperity of the
place, and appointed fifty citizens, among whom
we recognize the names of some of the most res-
pectable and opulent of that place, as an execu-
tive and acting committee.
Resolved, That the said committee be instructed to pre-
sent a petition to the legislature, in the name and in be-
half of this meeting, praying that an act be passed au-
thorising a thorough examination and survey to be made
of the section lying between the waters of time Catskill
and Schoharie creeks, for thIe purpose of selecting the
most eligible route for a canal, to connect the Erie canal
with the Catskill creek; and also to petition for an ap-
propriation for a survey of a rail road route from the
Eie rail road, at or near Bettsburgh, utip the Susquehan-
nah valley, to connect with the Canajoharie aind Catskill
rail road.
Resolved, That this meeting will cordially co-operate
with the president and'directors of the Canajoharie and
Catskill rail road company, whenever in their judgment
it may be advisable, for the purpose of obtaining such
aid from the state as will enable them to construct an ad-
ditional track through the whole line. And the commit-
tee appointed underthe second resolution, arel hereby
charged with this resolution also.
Resolved, That we hereby pledge ot.rselvcs, each to
the other anid to the public, that we will not cease our ex-
ertions until Catskill shall possess that trade and com-
merce, and those other great and important advantages
which have been forcibly wrested from us, and by pos-
sessing which, our town cannot fail to become a great,
populous and wealthy city.
CoxsAGxKIE.-A meeting ofe the citizens of Cox-
sackie, was held on the 30th ult. at which Col.
Olney F. Wright was chairman, and Capt. Joseph
Nelson secretary. The committee appointed at a
former meeting, (John Ely, Ralph Barker, An-
thony Van Bergen, Thomas Nelson, Tobias Til-
ler, Ambrose Baker and Peter Hubbell, esqs.)
were requested to urge upon the legislature a pe-
tition for a charter granting the privilege of con-
structing a rail-road from Coxsackie to Schenecta.
dy. The meeting resolved,
That the time has arrived, (and a public expression
gone forth to that effect,) when some new channel of com-
munication ought to be opened, from the head of a free
navigation of the Hudson, to some suitable point on the
Eric canal, nnd further that we believe most sincerely,
that the improvement we have in contemplation Ihas de-
ciled advantages over any other that can be offered,keep-
ingin view the short distance ani very favorable route
for the construction of a road.

Legislature of New-York.
[Reported for the Daily Albany Argus.]
IN SENATE.
Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Petitions presented and referred; By Mr. LACY,
of inhabitants of Genesee county, fom a bank at
Le Roy. By Mr. MACK, of citizens of Chemung,
for a rail-road 'from the village of Ithaca to the
Pennsylvania line, down ths valley or the Wyn-
koop creek. By Mr. VAN DYCK, of inhabitants of
Orange county, for the incorporation of a mutual
insurance company. By Mr. POWERS, two, from
Ulster and Delaware counties, for a rail-road from
the Hudson river at Malden, in the county of Ul-
ster, to or near the junction of the Smith Bush
kill and Esopus kill, in the county of Ulster.
Bills reported:
By Mr. WILLES, to establish a ferry between
Verplanck's Point and Grassy Point.
By Mr. BECKWITH, for the erection of the new
town of Oneida.
Mr. EDWARDS, from the committee on the judi-
ciary, to whom was referred a resolution of the
senate, directing them to inquire into thIe expedi-
ency of appointing commissioners in the states of
Ohio and Michigan, &c., reported against the ap-


pointment of commissioners, on the ground that
the state could have no control over officers ap-
pointed out of its own boundaries; but reported a
bill extending the provisions of thie revised stat-
utes as to the taking of acknowledgments, &c. to
the judges of common pleas of the states of Ohio
and Michigan.
THE USURY LAWS.
The committee of the whole, Mr. H. F. JONES
in the chair, again took up the three bills on the
subject of the usury laws.
Mr. MAISON resumed and concluded his argu-
ment against the repeal. In the course of it, he
introduced a number of affidavits, on record in the
court of errors, proving the extortions that had
been practised by money-lenders upon the neces-
sitous.
Mr. YOUNG replied; but, without concluding,
gave way to a motion to rise and report; and the
senate adjourned.

SURPLUS REVENUE BILL.
The bill reported to the Senate, for the distri.
button of the income of the Surplus Revenue, will
no doubt elicit, as it deserves, full enquiry and dis.
cussion.
It appears that the report of the committee is
at variance with the wishes of many friends of
education, on the propriety of granting appropri-
ations to Colleges, to enable them to aid in the
improvement of the Common School cause. Tihe
proposal of some of the Colleges to enlistldi-
reetly in the cause of popular education, is cer-
tainly one which should not be rejected without
much deliberation. It is very certain that our
common school system, with all its excellencies,
is yet very far from being what we need. The
public good demands not merely schools, but good
schools, otherwise the people are wronged by the
name for the thing. The great object now is to


that of Jamaica, and our correspondent assures us
that he is not misinformed.
CARTHAGENA.-The Grenadian brig Marcelino,
Eskeldson, which sailed from this port in Dec. last
for Carthagena via St. Croix, arrived off the port
of Carthagena on the 22d Jan. and was brought
to anchor by H. B. M. Frigate Madagascar, Corn.
Peyton, and informed that Carthagena was under
blockade-and that she must remain at anchor un-
til further orders. The passengers with their
baggage and the American seamen were sent on
shore.
There were several other vessels in the same
situation which were allowed to await the result,
and would be ordered off it they decide to con-
tinue the blockade. The Marcelino and cargo is
fully insured in Wall street.-[N. Y. Express.

LOSS OF THE BRIG ELLSWORTH, of
Boston-BRIG TRIO AND SCHR. SPEN-
CER, of Portland--With their Captains and
part of their Crews.
[Fromni a correspondent of the N. Y. Express, dated Bos-
'ton, February 18, 1837.)
We have received the following, dated Cohas-
set, Feb. 18th: The schr. Spencer, of Portland,
went ashore on Scituate Beach yesterday after-
noon about 5 o'clock, and soon went to pieces-
all the hands are supposed to be lost-cannot as-
certain where the schr. was from or bound, or
whether she had any cargo.
We are informed by Mr. M. W. Tewksbury,
that the brig Trio, Captain John Humphrey, of'
Portland, 63 days li-om Havana for Boston, cargo
400 hlids and 39 tierces molasses, went ashore on
Deer Island, below, in this harbor, yesterday morn-
ing, and has gone entirely to pieces-vessel and
cargo a total loss-Capt. H. and the 2nd mate,
(his own son) were drowned-the mate and crew
were safely landed. We have this afternoon seen
the mate of the Trio, who has arrived in the city,
and who informs us that they made the Boston
Light on Thursday evening, and soon after it set
in with a severe snow storm, and the crew being
,-,r,,ler ovhnautod Cant. TI. was comnelled to run


TO VN ELECTIONS.


LATER from FLORIDA-the INDIAN WAR
ENDED-OSEOLA SURRENDERED.
Office of the Chronicle and Sentinel, .
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 16--5 o'clock, P. AM.
By the Savannah mail this morning, we receiv-
ed the Savannah Georgian, and a slip from the
Savannah Republican, of yesterday morning, con-
taining the gratifying intelligence that the Flori-
da war has finally terminated by the surrender of
Oseola and his warriors!
The following article from the Darien Tele-
graph, we extract from the Georgian:
GLORIOUS NEWS!-IMPORTANT FROM FLORIDA.-
By the steamer Ocmulgee, Capt. Blankenship, ar-
rived yesterday, Sunday, direct from Black Creek,
we have received the following interesting partic-
ulars:
On the2d inst. Gen, Jessup encountered Jumper
and Alligator, who commanded a body of Indians
amounting to about 100. The General routed
them and took about 50 prisoners. On the 4th,
Jumper and Alligator gave themselves up with
the remnant of their band. These warriors sta-
ted to the General that they would endeavor to
bring Powell to terms, who was on an island in
the Withlacoochee, destitute of provisions and
ammunition, with a few devoted followers.
Jumper and Alligator also stated that the great-
er part of the Indians were humbled and thorough-
ly convinced that it was fruitless to contest any
longer with the whites. Defeated in all their en-
deavors to obtain a supply of ammunition from
Cuba and other places, they are, no doubt, crest
fallen. The chiefs above named told Gen. Jesup,
that they would, with his permission, bring in
Powell, by fair means, if possible; if'not they
would use stratagem or force. They tendered
their families as hostages, and their offer was ac-
cepted.
Gen. Jessup has thus covered himself with glo-
ry, for there can be no doubt that he will eventu-
ally have the haughty and malignant, but truly
brave Oseola, within his power. We are glad that
Jessup has succeeded. One of our Generals, at
least, will not be brought to a court martial, for
not doing his duty. What Clinch, Gaines and
Scott, under fair auspices, could have accomplish-
ed, gen. Jessup has been enabled to perform. The
stain which has blotted the national escutcheon,
that of permitting a.band of savages to burn our
habitations, and destroy our citizens with impuni-
ty, is at last wiped off.
Our correspondents need be under no apprehen-
sion respecting the truth of our statements. We
can vouch for their general correctness. The Oc-
mulgee brings official despatches from gen. Jessup
of the same tenor; and all may be assured that
the war has terminated. We neglected to state be-
fore, that Jumper and Alligator selected the 18th
of the current month as the day on which they
were to meet gen. Jessup, with Oscola, dead or
alive.
Gen. Jessup, we are informed, in the action of
the 2d inst. took 50 negro prisoners, 950 poneys,
and 1000 head of cattle.

BETTER STILT--OSEOLA SURRENDERED--Since
writing the above, we learn that a letter was re-
ceived by George Yonge, esq. of this city, from the
army, containing the gratifying intelligence that
Oseola has come into Jessup's camp with 300 war-
riors. The great Chief formed his men into line--
leaned himself against a tree-and when the U. S.
officer, who was deputed to receive him, came up,
he approached him, and gave up his rifle, with all
the grace of a fallen hero.-[Ib.
[From the New Orleans Bulletin, Jan. 7.]
FROM MEXICO.
Advices have reached this city from Vera Cruz
as late as January 22. They contain the iinpor-
tant intelligence that the announcement of the
liberation of Santa Ana had caused great rejoicing
in the city of Mexico. As soon as the news was
received, thIe officers in charge of the government
issued an order to the authorities at Vera Cruz, in
the event of his landing at that port, to receive
him with all the honors due to the President of
the Republic.
The national flag, which had been kept at half
mast since his capture at San Jacinto, is now res-
tored to its usual position. Three days of' festiv-
ity and rejoicing were likewise had, and the most
extravagant joy manifested by the people on the
occasion.
It was expected that Santa Ana would reach
Vera Cruz by the middle of February, and that he
would be immediately re-elected President. Bus-
tamente, who was the prominent candidate, and
who would, without doubt, have been chosen if
Santa Ana had not been liberated, declined in his
favor, and has tendered his sword to his govern-
_ment, and with it resigned his command as leader
of the army for the invasion-o- 6-Tes~. At--lfl-'
val preparations for that purpose have been sus-
pended, and in fact the wheels of government are
completely at a stand, awaiting the arrival and
dictation of' Santa Ana.
Conjecture is rife as to the course of Santa Ana,
but the demonstrations on all hands clearly show
that his will will be the law. All doubt in regard
to the independence of Texas, as a distinct gov-
ernment, must now be at an end.

LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM CAR-
THAGENA.
THE CONTEST COMMENCED.--The Grenadian Brig
Marcelino, with a valuable cargo, from hence for
Carthagena, was captured off the port of Cartha.
gena, by the British blockading squadron. This
news reaches us through a different source than


took place in the room of the committee of inves-
tigation in the case of Reuben M. Whitney, at
Washington. One of these versions is given by
Whitney, another by Mr. Peyton, and a third by
Mr. Wise. The two latter gentlemen are mem-
bers of the committee. Take it all in all, the
scene would have done credit to Newgate or Pan-
demonium.

KILLING FOR MoNE.Y.-On Friday night last, at
little past eleven o'clock, W. W. Charles, known
here as Dr. Charles, was waylaid near the thea-
tre in this city,as hlie was passing from his place of
buisness at the"' New Exchange," (where he with
others, kept a laro bank and a roulette table,)
knocked down by means of weights secured in a
silk handkerchief; most shockingly bruised in the
head, and then rifled of all the money about him,
supposed to be not far from $3000, his watch, fur
cap, and a wig which he wore. He was shortly
after discovered lying on the ground in a perfectly
helpless state, and carried to his house, where he
continued to suffer, if he was conscious of suffer-
ing-he could not speak-until yesterday morning
at about nine o'clock, when he died.
It was for money solely that he was killed-for
we understand that he was uniformly a mild, inof-
fensive man, neither drinking nor profane, and
who provoked no personal enemies. The deed
must have been committed but a very short time af-
ter the theatre had closed-persons were in and
about it, at the time the deceased passed by it
and the unfinished building adjoining, at the cor-
ner of which he was waylaid-the place was more
public atthat time of night perhaps than any other
part of Mobile-and yet with such dispatch was
the work of murder and robbery done, that the per-
petrators got off unseen, unheard, unknown.
But there is a busy search kept up for them. A
person was taken up on suspicion, on Saturday,
but discharged. Two more individuals were arrest-
ed yesterday, and placed in prison where they are
awaiting their examination, which is to take place
this morning.--[Mobdle Corn. Adv. Feb. 6th.


BIlOOME COUNTY. t
[From the Binghamton Courier, Feb. 16.1 i
TOWN MEETINGS.-Thie annual town meetings i
of a majority of the towns of' this county, were f
held on Tuesday of this week, and so far as we e
have heard, have resulted in triumphant successes c
of the democratic cause, f
In this town, the election assumed that impor-
tant character, which makes it worthy ot more
than a passing notice. For weeks, the notes of
preparation, loud and long, had been sounded by
the whigs; and on the whole, when the day came
the poll was the most stoutly contested that we
have known it on a like occasion. The whigs,
however, were routed, and the democratic ticket
carried in by an average majority of about 20, with
the exception of one assessor, and the justice, the
latter of' whom was defeated by one vote only.
The methods resorted to by thie whigs to secure
their ends were perfectly characteristic of the par- ;
ty. In the morning, a set of brawlers stationed
themselves around the board, prepared to browbeat
and overawe the democratic voters; and kept up
an almost incessant discharge of slang and abuse,
from the pollution of which even our aged and
most respectable citizens did not escape. They
challenged freely, and swore as freely, and there
is little doubt but that several illegal votes were
sworn in. While we pen this article, one of their
number is a tenant of the county jail, awaiting his
examination on a charge of perjury, and it is prob-
able several others ought to bear him company.
One other fact we are imperatively called upon
by this community to expose and condemn. Mr.
Isaac Hamblin for years a respectable mechanic
of this place but unfortunately deaf and dumb, was
challenged at the polls by gen. Vincent Whitney,
who refused to withdraw the challenge, and Mr.
Hamblin's son, who acts as his interpreter when
written language is to be communicated, being
absent, Mr. H. was deprived of his vote. Mr.
Hamblin is an intelligent and respectable man
and an unwavering democrat, whose light to vote,
has never before been questioned.
Very different indeed was the conduct of the
democrats, and we are free to say at the polls, and
in all their intercourse with their opponents, they
acquitted themselves, not only like bold and in-
dustrious men, but also like honorable ones.-
While all this rout and disturbance was making
on the part of the whigs, they silently and firmly
walked shoulder to shoulder in the contest, and
very properly reaped a harvest of a more substan-
tial nature than their vaunting and boisterous op-
ponents.
How will the whigs account for their defeat
this time? The Irish are gone-a full vote, be-
tween 700 and 800, was polled-they had been
scouring the town bfor weeks, and on t e day, as
is said, had fifteen two and four horse teams in re-
quisition to bring in their voters.--Locs4 Halstead,
supervisor.
In Union, there were two tickets run, both dem.
ocratic. The ticket nominated at the general
town caucus, succeeded.-Briant Stoddard, super-
visor.
In Conklin, the whigs wisely staid at home; and
left thIe whole ground to their opponents.-Henry
Squires, supervisor.
Windsor has done bravely. Her democrats have
struggled in a consistent minority for years, until
two or three ofthe last contests; and now she is
rewarded by a majority, as we learn, of about 50.
-George Dusenbury, supervisor.
A line from a friend in Greene, gives us the re-
sult in Triangle. Average democratic majority,
25.-Jehial Clark, supervisor.
Colesville and Sand!ord is said to have gone
democratic.
[From the Washington Globe.I
NOAH'S LAST.
Noah has crowded together in six lines, five dis-
tinct falsehoods. He says:
"The President, heads of Departments, and other pub-
lic ;servants, togei her with the deposit banks, have all
refused to testify in the Whitney case. Congress, inten-
ded on e to have been tihe supreme power of the land, is
now a mere cypher, a follower in the Executive trimin."
No. 1. The President was never called on by the
committee to testify. He was called upon to fur-
nish a report of facts which are on record on the
files of congress and the departments, to which
he referred.
No. 2. The heads of departments" have been
called before the committee, and have testified
without hesitation.
No. 3. Other public servants" have been call-
ed before the committee, and none have refused to
testify.
No. 4. The deposit banks" have been inter-
rogated, and not one has refused to answer.
- 2flu.. { -! .. ......^1(^ irlt- M ti Ujsa .d tiSL.lS the
supreme power of the land," instead of the peo-
ple. It is not, however, "amere cypher," nor a
follower in the train of the Executive, but is a po-
tent and independent body.
[From the same.]
ALL THE DECENCY."
What the most respectable of the opposition
think of the explanations of Messrs. Peyton and
Wise to the house, of their conduct in the com-
mittee, will be seen in the following from the
Journal of Commerce:
TROLLOPIANA.-Mrs. Trollope will find in the
Washington Globe of Wednesday, some very
choice morsels for her next volume on the domes-
tic manners of the Americans. We refer partic-
ularly to three different versions of the scene which


[From tl:e Poughkee-psie Telegraiph.]
PouGIKEEpsrE: COL.r.C.IATE SCHOOL-This inati-
ution is now in thie c' Iill tide of'successful exper.
ment," and we venture to say there is not a school
n the Union that has stronger claims to the con-
idence and support of the public than this. The
energetic character and scolastic worth of the prin-
cipal,Mr. Bartlett, in connection with his truly ef-
icient assistants, has made it, thus far, what its
warmest friends wished it to be.
We took occasion to visit it on Saturday last,
during the lime of' the examination of the various
classes, which exercises take place at the close of
each week. We were never more gratified than in
witnessing these examinations. Such thorough
drilling, such a profusion of whys and wherefores
with which the grammatical and other exercises
wereijudiciously interlarded, making every problem,
proposition, arid sentence, as lucid in all its parts
to the mind of the pupil as the 'roundifull moon,'
we have never before witnessed. We could not
suppress the involuntary sigh of envy and regret
when we compared this new and thorough system
of instruction, with the connings over Daboll and
Bently, flagellation and hourly fortifications and
irritations which we experienced within the walls
(or rather clap boards) of our alma mater-a rick-
ety, cheerless apology for a school house upon a
side hill in a neighboring town. This institution
to be appreciated must be visited (as all schools
ought to be,) and we earnestly desire that our
citizens should do so. Why, the view from the
summit of that hill is worth all the toil of climb-
ing it, independent of the intellectual feast that
may be obtained by entering the temple of learn-
ing which surmounts it.
We cannot dismiss the subject without remark-
ing that few places can vie -x ith Poughkeepsie for
its facilities for learning. Within the last two
years, three splendid edifices dedicated to educa-
tion have been erected here, the Collegiate School,
Female Academy, and Dutchess Academy, all of
which are in a flourishing condition. Besides
these, the Female Seminary, known as Mr. Cong-
don's, a Lancasterian School,several select schools
and a school for the education of the colored pop,
ulation, arc now in full operation. Such are the
monuments which will stand as records of well di-
rected enterprise, unscathed by the finger of decay
when the wood and clay of our external beauty shall
have resolved into their original elements. Perse-
polis, Balbec, Thebes, and Heliopolis exhibit a gran-
deur of character even in decay, but few impres-
sive classical associations are connected with their
splendid ruins, when compared with Athens, the
eye of the world. Why? because her Acropolis,
her Parthenon and the truncated columns of her
ruined temples are all encircled with a halo of in-
tellectual radiance, crowning her name with the
chiaplet of eternal celebrity as the great seat of
learning.

COMMERCIAL.
NETVW-YOIRK STOCK EXCHANGE.
Monday, Feb. 20,
150 shares U. S. Bank....................1171
50. -do. .Union Bank....................127
35.. do.. Bank of America............... 1231
850..do. Del. & Hud. Canal Co. ...90ja901
150..do..... do....10.ds................911
400..do......do,... B.20.ds ............. 92
150..do. .Morris Canal................97a971
50..do..Farmers Trust................107
100.eo ...... do....B.30.ds.............109
142..do..Ohto Life & Trust.............110i
50..do......do....30.ds...............112
260. .do. .Mohawk Rail-Road..........85a83J
200..do .....do... .B.30.ds...........87a86
400..do......do....B.90.ds..............90
361.. coo..Boston &Prov. R. R......103ha1031
500..do......do....B.30.ds.............107
60..do..N. Jersey R. R................ 100
100. .o...... do.... 60.ds............... 105
100..do..Bosten & Wor R R,...........93
550..do..Long Island R. R...............78J
450..do......do.....B.30.ds .............80
50..do..Harlem R R..B.90.ds..........771

Monday, P. M.-Our Money market still con.
tinues close. The heavy drafts our banks have
had on them for specie, render it impossible for
them to extend the line of discounts to relieve the
public. Stocks, however, stand pretty firm, all
things considered. The pinch is probably greater
now than it will be two weeks or a month hence.
Merchants already are beginning to arrive, and
the moment the river is open, our Spring business
will commence. The Chesapeake and Delaware are
already open and steamboats have commenced run-
ning. The intercourse to and from our city will
shortly be both active and uninterrupted.

1AT"!M. CALIDWELL, at Room No. 10, Congress
H all. fell-dac3w
AUCTION NOTICE-The su'scriber will sell a
part of a second hand Law Library on Saturday
evening next. The books are now in store, and can be
examined. Some of them are valuable standard works.
Gentlemen of the bar that have any copies of law books
to dispose of, would do well to send in a list of them be-
fore Friday, and have them inserted in the catalogue.
fe23 R. O'HARA, Auctioneer, 5 Green st.
WANTED, immediately, a woman to do the work
Vof a small family. Emquire at No. 83 Lydius st,
fe23-6t
ORAiNGES-Fresh oranges just received and for
sale by fe'23 I;. R. SATTERLEE, 61 State st.
A DIVIDEND of four per cent. on the capital
stock of the Canal Bank of Albany, has been decla-
red out of the profits of the bank for the last six months.


and will be paid to the stockholders on or after the first
day of March next.kBy order of the Board.
fel3-tmirl T. OLCOTT, Cashier.
L COOKING GLASSES-JAMES BURTON'S
wholesale and retail LOOKING GLASS FACTO-
RBY, No. 2 Green street, one door from State. has on hand
a large and general assortment of LOOKING GLASS-
ES, framed in the most fashionable style, which he will
sell at wholesale or retail, at the lowest New York pri-
ces. Merchants who keep the above articles will find it
to their advantage to call.
PORTRAITS and PICTURES framed in the neatest
manner, and at short notice.
CURTAIN ORNAMENTS made to order.
LOOKING GLASS PLATES by the box, or single
one. fe23-6m
C OPARTNERSHIP-The subscribers have this
dav formed a copartnershipi under the firm of KO-
LENBERG & COOPER, in the business of buying,
inmanufacturing,'and selling of Fur. The business, in its
various I ranches, will be carried on at No. 14 Green st.,
Albany. The public may be assured that no pains will
lie spared to merit their patronage. Albany, 15th Febru-
ary, lb37. EDWARD KOLENBERG,
fe23-Im JEREMIAH COOPER.
N WISHING TO SELL OUT-Any per-
son being desirous of obtaining a good stand,
may now av0il themselves by calling on J.y
may nowv ava.il themselves by calling on J.
.COOPER, 201 South Pearl Istreet, Albany;
who will sell his stock of Groceries and fixtures in trade,
as he is going in some other business, and possession
given immediately,if required. The store can behad at
a moderate rent, after the first May, from J. Terry, own-
er. fe'43-tf
THE TRUSTEES of i he Albany Female Acade-
y, grateful for the kind and liberal patronage ex-
tended to them by this community, and believing that
they shall meet the wishes of their fellow citizens in ma-
king arrangements iy which Mr. RUSSELL, the cele-
lirated vocalist, may be retained in the ciiy, and his ser-
vices be secured for the general advancement of-sacred
music among us. announce that they have resolved to ap-
propriatethe Chapel of theirAcademy, at such times as
it may not be required for the ordinary exercises of the
institution, to the use of a school, or ACADEMY OF
MUSIC, and have guarantied to Mr. Russell such a com-
pensation for his services as has induced him to deter-
mine to remain with us, in the full confidence that they
will be sustained by their fellow citizens in this enter-
prize, and that they shull be suffered to sustain nu pecu-
niary loss.
The plan and arrangements are briefly as follows, viz.
All persons subscribing $5 and upwards, shall be con-
tributing members of thIe Academy, and have the privi-
lege of attending all rehearsals of the Academy, paying
in common with others for admission to the public con-
certs.
Performing members will b- admitted on paying a fee
of $3, subject to such rules and regulations as thev and













ALBANY rITHEATRE, ETER ORILLARD, Jr, surviving partner MOHAWK AND HUDSON RAILROAD-
l ot" EER AND GEORGE LOIILLARD, Snuff 1836--WINTERt ARRtANGEME1ENT.
and Tobalcco Manufacturers, 4 Chathanli street, New r -nn I-._
THIRD APPEARANCE OF MR. C. H. EATON. York, offers for sale the following articles, warranted wi3 g?
not to contain ,nvpe,'rnicious drugs-
THIS EVENING, Feb. 23, FINe 1RovN WN 'Zrr.-i-(mnuine Maccoboy, Imitation do,
Will be presented the (rose flavored,) Sicily Maccoboy, M iltese do, Curacoa Until further notice, the Cars will leave t1. 4tate street
MERCHANT OF VENICE. do, American lappee, Holland do, Tuberos", t. Onier, Albany at
Shylock, Mr. Eaton Strasburg. 9 o'clock A.M.
To conclude with COARSE BROWN SNUFF.-Demigros, Pure Virginia,Bour- 11 Ido do
MATTlOFAiLONE bon, St. Domingo, Copenhagen, (sup. flav'd,) Natclhito- 3 do P.M.,
MATTEG FALCONE. ches, French Rappee, Aumnerican Gentleman, Pure Span- 61 d(o do
ib, L. Mixture. And leave Schenectady for Albany at
STATIONARY---B!ank Acount Books, Law FINE YELLOW SNUFr.-Scot.h IHalf Toast, High Toast. 8. o'clock A. 1M.
Blanks, Paper. Quills, Ink, Wafers, &c., for sale at COArts do do Ir.sh Blackguard, or Irish High It do do
the Book Store No. 71 State st. Toast. 2t do P. M.
Blank Books made to order, in the best manner, at the &!VEETSCENTED FINE CUT CqEWINa TOBACCO.--Small pa- 7 do do until further notice.
above place. fe22 pers, P. A. L., do do, P. & G. L., do do, P. & G.; large no2 P. L. PARSONS, Sup't.
papers, P'. A. L., size do, P. A. L., I size do, P. A. L.-
eOL. YOUNGiS ORATION before the '.Sweet Scented Oronoko, extra superior, in .lb papers UTICA & SCHENECTADA RAILROAD.
SMen's Association, on Civilization and Imnprove- manufactured only by Peter Lorillard, jr. M t_
ment, or the Influence of Woman on the Social State, FINE CUT SMOKING TtOnAcco.-Spanisl, Kitefoot, Can- v
&c., tfor salceby [fe22J V. C. LITTLE. aster, common and stems, in papers from 2 to 10 cents
F OSTER'S Edinburgh Quarterly Review for Oc- ca.ni. Until farther notice, a train of Railroad Coaches will
tober Cut tobacco, packed in half barrels, barrels and tier- leave dally, as follows:
The Cabinet Miscellany, 1 to 2'2 inclusive, at Is. c"S. From Utica at 10 o'clock A. M.
For sale lby fe21 \V. C. LITTLE, 67 State st. Brown Snuff, packed in pound and half pound bottles, From Albany at 9 o'clock A. M.
and in 3, 6, 12. and IS lb. jars. From Schenectada at 10 o'clock A. M.
1iLANK ACCOUNT ]seeKS--The subscri- Yellow Snuff packed in pond and half pound bottles, Tickets to be procured at the offices, and seats taken in
L her is manufacturing, and keeps for sale on reason- and in small and large bladders, acordance with the number andletter.
able terms, Ledgers in plain and Russia binding, Day r A liberal discount madh for cash, by wholesale. dCe YOUNGith the number aneer.
Books do, Sales Books do; Journals do, Invoice to, Cash N. B. All articles sold at the above place can be return- no30 Superintendent and Engineer.
do, together with a good assortment of half bound Blank ed, if not approved, and the money rerundcd. upenenen an
Books. The genuine Maccoboy Snuff is manufactured only by SARATOGA & SCHIENECTADY RAIL-
0: Orders for any particular kind of Account Books the subscriber, who ihas also the Imitation, from 20 to 30 ROAD-WVINTER ARRANGEMENT.
executed with neatness and despatch. per cent lower, similar in quality to that which, is manu- f .
R. O'HARA, Bookseller and Stationer, factored in many places, and sold under various names.
fe,22 5 Green st., near State. BEWARE OF DlcEIm'TION.-Several persons are in the
ALBANY ACADEMY-The semni-annual ex- practice of using a label on their Snuff in imitation of .
amination will commence on Thursday, the 23d in- the subscriber's, which can be for rio other purpose than Until further notice, the departures on this road will be
stant, with the classes in the fourth department, under to deceive. Some arc also in the practice of mixing in- as follows, viz:
the care of Messrs Mctowall, Edwards and Robertson. feri"r snuff with his genuine Maccoboy, and selling it as Cars will leave Saratoga Sprins daily at
the care of M essrs c o al, Ed awards and Robertson firstqun8t o'clock A. M .
On Friday the classes under the care of Professors Ten first quality. Others are also in the practice of filling Leave Schenectady immediately after the arrival of the
Eyck and Clapp will be examined; and on Monday those empty jrs, having the subscriber's label on them. with ica Cars,
under the care of Professors Bullions and Holstein, and inferior snuff, and selling it as his manufacture. In ma- a(say 3 o'clock P. M .)
the Principal. The examination each day will con- king this publication, the subscriber wishes to guard his P( frtheSringm leaveolPban.bythecars a
mence at 9 A. M., and end at 1 P. M1. customers against the deceptions practi ed upon them. Passengers for the Springs may leave lbany bytheeot arn
The Trustees most respectfully and urgently solicit the TY An assortment of time leading articles may be had which start at 11 o'clock A. M. from te depot in
attendance of parents, both male and female. The pub- in the principal cities and towns in thle U. States. State street, aid an procure tickets at the office for the
lie exercises will lie held in the hall of the Academy, on fel6-2aw2rn whole route. of ges from the Springs to the
Tusdy th8his. t ~M ftiesokodr fteA- There is a daily line of stages from the Springs to the
Tuesday, the 28th inst., at 3 P.. I'TOTICE--A meeting of the stockholders of the AI- north, via Glen's Falls and Sandy Hill, which intersects
fe22-6t T. ROMEYN BECK, Principal. 1 bany anid Delaware Turnpike Road Company, will the principal stage routes to Montreal, Vermont, New-
N EW-YORK & ALBANY RAIL ROAD-' lie held at Wri. Chapman's counting room, Nto. 81 Quay Hampshire, and the eastern part of Massachusetts.
NOTICE-The books & wil beon for subseribing street, on the first Tuesday of March next, at it o'clock de7 JOHN COSTIGAN, Sup't.
to the capital stock of th e New-York and Albany rail- A. M., for the purpose of electing seven directors for
road company, on the 24th, 25th and 26th days of March aid company the ensuing year. By order of the Board. 1837-BOSTON, ALBANY AND CANAL
next, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. 3L. on each day, at t e follow- fel-ttl C. LIVINGSTON, Sec'y. LINE OF PACK ETS.
ing places: NYTEW LAW BOOKS-Within a few days ii
At the office of the New-York and Harlem rail road. -L be issued from the press a volume containing Prece-
No Wall street, New-York. damnts iand Practical Forinms, &c., compiled by John V. N.
The Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank, Albany. Yates, etq., counsellor at law. This work contains not The subscribers most respectfully inform the Merchants ,
The Farmers' Bank, Troy. only the usual proceedings adopted in our courts of law, and Shippers to and from Boston, Albany and Troy, and
SThe house of Joel Benton, Armenia. but also several valuable forms in mandamus, audita, the interior, via Canal, Rail-road, &c., that they have
The house of Jonathan Akin, Pa'wling. querela and prohibition, and in the actions of waste, nui- made permanent arrangements with the masters and
The house of Ebenezer Foster, South East. sance and account-also, proceedings in a suit (in conse- owners, and formed the following line of first clasq
The office of Minott Mitchell, White Plains. cutive order), to judgment by default, the like to judg- schooners:
COMMISSIONERS. meant on verdict, forms of pleas, &c. in abatement, plead- ORNAMENT, Captain H. Scudder-
'Gideon Lee Lewis Morris wings in the action of account, asssumpsit case, covenant, BALTIC, do L. Hinkley.
Francis Fiekett Jas Van Schoonhoven debt, ejectment, (and proceedings in nature of ejectment,) OLIVER, do 0. Fuller.
SamelnCheever Charles Henry lah nuisance, partition, replevin, trespass and waste, procee- GANGES, do WV. Hinkley.
TabrBelden Jomh areeriy dings by ieertiorari, habeas corpus, scire facias, &c. are BANNER. do E. Lewis,
Isaac Adiance SeJohn Warreni likewise given; and the work concludes with approved BALANCE do J. Hodges.
Thosaa Ol Adriance StephenezWarrenFoter forms of bills of cost, and several rare precede-nts of HENRY FRANKLIN, do A. Mathcwx.
Thos WV Olcott Ebenezer Foster
Albro Akin Jeremiah Anderson judgment record,. Besides, precedents are given for a CLARION, do S. C. Amnes.
Benson iM'Gowne feb22-dlm great variety of proceedings under our revised statutes HENRY CURTISS, do A. Bearse.
(enson Gown ,2-im (2d ed.), interspersed with occasional notes and refercn- (building,) do F. Scudder.
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY--50 Ship and ces, and several valuable tables are added to the work.- Which will be regularly despatched twice a week from
House Carpenters, to whom good wages will be The revisedI statutes and the statutes subsequently pas- the above places, with whatever freight may offer, thus
given. H. BURDEN, Troy Iron Works. sed,and Graham's Practice(2d ed.),were consulted in the affording facilities for the shipment and transportation of
N. B. None need apply but first rate workmen. f-21-tf progress of the work. mnerchiandize hitherto unknown.
ANK STOCK 25 shares Buffalo City Bank New--Yoirk Digest, 2 vols., including a digest of all the The vessels are all new, and built expressly for the
S stock. Apply to STEELE & WARREN, Nekd nwh-York reports down to the present time. trade, drawing lightdraughts of water, and carrying about w
fe2l 368 South Market st. VWM. & A. GOULD & CO., 100 tons each, cominianded by the most experienced cap-
S- Law Book sellers, Albany. tains, who are individually interested in the enterprise,
B ALE HOOKS, for moving bales of cotton, wool, GOULD, BANKS & CO., which will guarantee their best attention to every thing
B hops, hides, domestic goods, &c., for sale by ja35-dac Law Book sellers New-York, committed to their charge. Goods destined to or trom
STEELE & WARREN, the inulterior, shipped by this line, will be forwarded with
fe2l 368 South Market st. -1- SLOOP PERSEVERANCE FOR punctuality and depatch by thIe captains or agents, who
r RNED WARE-Turned M3aple Keelers, just -^SAlE-''lihe said sloop was rebuilt at Greenbush shall lose no opportunity to prove themselves worthy the
Vitwo NeDrWAago-thisnWinterpandKheseascomplete
1. received from the manufacturers, and for sale at the two years ago this winter and has a complete patronage they now most respectfully solicit, and confi- a
Variety Store, 392 South Market street, between Hudson nevw bottom from her keel to her wales. Enquire of the dently look for.
and Division streets, by subscriber. BAiNUMI WHIPPLE. For freight or passage apply to the masters on board,
fe2l STEPHEN VAN SCHAACK. Albany, Jan. 24, 1837. ja26-d2awclawtf or to the agents. t
O TTO OF ROSES-This delightful perfume may THE SUBSCRIBERS are mnanufac- DAVID SNOW, 9 City 'Wharf, Boston.
be obtained, genuine, at the Variety Store, 392 S. during and have constantly on hi ud, a gene- J. KI. W ING, 80 on the dock, Albany.
Market street, between Hudson and Division sts. Y A ral assortnment of MATHEMATICAL IN- REVERENCE, 5B
fe2 l STEPHEN VAN SCHAACK. F STRUMENTS, viz. Theodolites, Levelling Nichols & W hitney, LymanRont,
HNST O 'S SCRAPS, bing Phre- non, for instruments, on the most approved construe- Hawes, Gray & Co., Joshua Tutli,
JOHNSTON'S SCRAPS, 1837-being Pbre- tion, for running curves; also, all kinds of Surveyors, Stanley, Reed& Co., Geo. V. Stanton & Son,
nology, illustrated with40 engravings. For sale by Compasses, some of which are so constructed that an fe8 Boston. Albany.
_fe2t 1V. C. LITTLE, 67 State St. gles can be taken without the needle. WVestTroy, N.Y. W ESTERN CLOVFR SEED--New crop,

EW BOOKS at OLIVER STEELE' ,Book- mr23-dae MEN1KELY & OOTHOUT. just receiver,, and for sale by
N store- "AGLEY-(lae ofAlbany)having fe. THORBURN,
St. Petersburgh and Constantine, by Von Teitzfel cor. N. Market-st, and Isaiden lane.
G nbn associated with a special partner, has commenced
Germanys indi 1kech31, by John Strang the wholesale DRY GOODS business in the city of New AMP SCISSORS-Made expressly for trimming
eas t India SkMetch Bookli York, and is now opening an entire new stock of goods L. lamps, for sale at the Variety Store, liy i
tle Great Mbinet ropolis No at No. 100 XVilliam-street. He will continue to add to S. VAN SCIIAACI,
Review of De Tocquevile's ork on te Demnray the variety with a view of offering to his friends and oth- fell 392 South Market-st.
iew o ewf America or buyers a complete and desirable assortment. New-
of America York,March10,1836. W C. LITTLEIS LIST OF NEW BOOKS 5
Defence of Usury, by Jeremy Bentham ITOnthe first of 3ay he will remove to No. 46 Cedar received.
Account of the late Aeronautic Expedition street. mrtrlS-dae Influences of Democracy on Liberty, Property and the
An Essay on the Principles of Political Economy, &c., Happiness ofSociety considered, by an American, former- .H
&oa. fe2l AUBURN AND ROCHESTER RAIL- ly a member of congress.
N v, w TiA k ROAD-Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Synopsis of the Family of Niades, by Isaac Lea.
OOKS-Town's Analysis of Derivative stockholders of tihe Auburn and Rochester Rail road Comn- The Periodicals, &c. fell
Farmer's School Book, being a class book on Agricul- pany, 'ill be held at the Franklin House in the village of 0sale
Farmr'sSchol Bok, eina a las boo onAgr Geneva, on Thursday, the 16th day of Mlarch next, at 11 P b OL o aeb
ture, for Schools. Merchants are requested to notice 'lokA M rs the purposeof c acing Thireen Di- fe15 J. & 1). I1. CARY, 41 Quay-st. Mo
this work, as it has secured a rapid sale wherever seen. o'clock A. M., for the purpose of choosing Thirteen Di- n fl
Priee$25 a hundred, 13.50 a dozen, 37 ets single rectors of said company, and that the polls of the olec- B OOK AUCTION-The subscriber will continue
P n m tion will be keptopen from i11 o'clock A. M., to 3 o'clock i his auction sales of Books on Wednesday and Sat-
Political Economy for Common Schools. Thisisa very P.M. By order of the Board of Commissioners. Dated urday evening, commencing at 6. o'clock, until all are ces
happy effort on a very important subject. It lets the Feb. 7, 1S37. SAML. J. BAYARD, sold out. d
children into those domestic relations whicei are coming fei3-dactd Secretary. tel R. O'ilARA, Auctioneer, 5 Green-st.
up in the actual business oflife. For sale at the --
COMMON SCHOOL DEPOSITORY, 'IIRAEiLIS H. 'JTEMPLE--A Love ,otory, IICE-10 tierces Rice, for sale by f.
fe2l No. 71 State street, Albany. i by the autlmor of '' Vivian Grey," in 2 vols. JtV fl5 J. & D. IH. CARY, 41 Quay-st.
"TW-Y ORK BOOK OF POETRY, by na- Ion, a tragedy in 5 acts, by Sergeant Taifoui W C. LITTLE'S list of NEWV BOOKS reeiv- I
tires ot the state of New-York. ttead's Home New-York Mirror for Saturday. Just rec'd by V ed:
Tour through the manufacturing districts of England.- fe2l W. C. LITTLE, 07 State street, The Lady's Book, much improved, for January and
For sale by XV. C. LITTLE, XC ~TE 7Sae Flnur
/'eI8 7 StThe Lady's BookOTmuchVEinThrovblicfore Januaryranr
fel6 07 State S^t. 1PATENT FOOT ST VE'L'h public a The Nevw York Mirror of Saturday
Y OUTNG M NS lSSOaIATION-eArrange- e Variety ore and examine this The New York American Monthly Magazine for Fob-
Y 0LN M N' S CNIN-ra e-ne~w anait convenient aLrticle, which r qu rc >t .~.... tta 3,
ment of lectures for the residue of the month of of charcoal to produce a steady heat tor 12 hours, and rThe Lady's Companion, for February
February. which by its construction is rendered perfectly safe. For New supplies of Pickwick Club, Great Metropolis,
Tuesday Feb. 21.--Professor WV. WV. Matlher-mOn the sale by STEPHEN VAN SCHiAACK, &c. fei 5
drainage of the lakes. 392 South Market street, between Hudson and Division
Friday, Feb. 24.-Professor Reed of Uniou College- streets. fel8 SHAKER HERBS-A new supply received at piem
On Political Econmny. the Variety Store, 392 South Market street, between s
Tuesdy, Fh,. 2.-Hoi. Dniel ). Brnard-Oilthe 50pieces Xxrehbing, enmibracing a full Htudson and Division streets.
aracter and services of Janies Madiso. rt nt wre r gb fel5 STEPHEN VAN SCHAACK.
to e cotton girth, suspender, boot and military belt webb; for iLINOIS ^ D -r ssi of for
R~e~r ocomnea 3oRT.cIockYN sale by STEELE & \VARREN, IL NOS A D-''h smbcrbrofsfr
ROBT.fo 3 South Market ..I sale 10,OU0 acres of first rate farming lands, well wa-
Ch'n. of Com. on Lectures. re20 3 OU outMrket s1. tered, near the village of Juliet. The said lands were
Members will be required to exhibit their tickets at the ]LLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, Paper, Ink, wholly selected by himself, during his residence in that qum
door. Tickets tor the several lectures for sale by the Li- S.F Quills, Wax, Wafers, Steel Pens, &c., for sale by state. Juliet is the coumy seat of XVilb county, 40 miles
brarian- Price 50 ets. fel8 fe20 WV. C. LI''TLE, 67 State si. south w.-st of Chicago, on the direct hne of the Illinois
N 'rOTICE-The partnershipli heretofore existing be- BIIANK MrlPOCK-IOO shares Comnmercial Bunk and Michigan canal. For further particulars, enquire of g
N teen RobertRobertson and Moses WXood of time l_'will be sold at public auction on Tuesday, the 21st the subscriber,at the Franklin House, State street, where
city of Albany, and Ross XV. Wood of the city of New- inst., at 12 o'clock, on a credit ofs12 months, by lie expects to remain for ten or twelve days. Alsany, fe
York. under the copartnership name of Robertson & fe20 S. MORGAN & CO, Feb. 14, 1837. N
Wood, in the grocery business in time city of Albany, was IiLK AND SUGAR MANUAL-Art of ma- fel5-l0t Do~t. S. Z. HAVEN.


on the 5th day of July last, dissolved by mutual consent K king Sugar from Beet; Manual of Raising Silk A GRICULTURAL REPOSITORY, corner
of the partners. WorBms., &c., for sale by A-S of Maiden Lane and North Market street, (3 doors i
ja19-d2m ROBERT ROBERTSON. fe20 W.C. LITTLE, 67 State st. north of the post office,) Albany. ling


SCHOOL BOOKS at W. C- LITTLE'S Book-
tore:
Arnott's Elements of Physics
Brewster's and Davie's Legendre's Geometry
Bullion's Grammar. and Hedge's Logic
Robbin's Outlines of History
Abbott's Abererombie's Intellectual Powers
Emmnori's Mineralogy and Geology, and the other books
used in the academics and schools. fel7
SILLIMAN'S JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
AND ARTS for January, received and for sale by
1e1Q V C. LITT'LE, 67 State st.
JU-ST RECEIVED at 0. STEELE'S Bookstore:
Gordon's new and complete Gazetteer of the state
of New York
Elements of Chemistry, by L. D. Gale
tolbear's Science of Practical Penmanship
Life and Sermons of the Rev. Dr. Bedell, 2 vols
Temperance Correspondence between Samuel M. Hop-
kinB, and Dr. Edwards, and Dr. Cox
Hastings' Musical Miscellany, vol 1 and 2 fe17
SCHOOL BOOKS at reduced prices
Arnott's Physics, 1st and 2d vol; Hedge's Logic; But-
ier's Analogy, &e., together with a full supply of all the
Books used, at R. O'HARA'S. fel7
T URKEY FIGS-Fresh and in good order, just
received and for sale by
E.R. SATTERLEE,
feS No. 61 State-street.
ILVER, GILT AND JET SLIDES-A
k great variety of patterns, for sale by
jy30 H. RAYMOND, Argus Building.
BpUTTER RINTS for sale by the gross, dozen
S or single, t i the Variety Store, 392 outh Market st.
between Hudso, and Division, by
ja3 STEPHEN VAN SCHAACK.
B ROADCLOTHS-A good assortment just rec'd
and fox sale by A. M, SLINGERLAND,
nol8 376 Sout-h Market st.
CLARET WINE, of the St. Julien, St. Estephe,
".Leoville and Lafitte b'rands; for sale by
aI E. R. SATTERLEE, 01 Statest.
SCHOOL BOOS AT 0. STEELE'S Book-
store.
All the different kinds of School Books used in the
cnademies and schools in fltis city, for sale cheap, fel6
IRON CHESTS-The subscribers have a few of
Delano's fire proof Iron Chests which they will sell at
reduced prices for cash or approved credit.
ja23 S. MORGAN & CO. 63 State-st.
T HE subscribers having purchased the stock and stove
establishment lately owned by NV. H. Cliheney of this


PAPER AT MILL PRICES-300 reamis print
2ing Paper, different sizes
200 reams of Foolscap Paper, ruled and plain
Letter Paper-all the different kinds of pink, blue,
white, yellow, ruled and plain, hot pressed and colored
1000 reams WVrapping paper, large and small
Bonnet Boards, Press Papers, &c., for sale at
R. O'HARA'S Bookstore
fe20 and Paper WVare House, 5 Green st.
OAL COMPANY NOTICE-The stockhold-
ers of the Aliany Coal Company are requested, on
or before the 10th day of March, to give written direction
to the undersigned, designating the kind of coal they pre-
fer. To such as omit to do this, the directors will deliv-
er such coal as may be most convenient. The subscrip-
tion book is closed. Subs rivers who have not paid the
first instalment, may pay the same to the treasurer of the
company, or the undersigned, until thIe 10th of March,
anid not after. By order of the directors.
GEORGE WARREN,
fe20-td No. 368 South Market st.
ENLARGEMENT OF THE ERIE CA-
NAL-NOTICE-Sealed proposals will be receiv-
ed by the Canal Commissioners until 12 o'clock M3., on
the 27th day of March next, for constructing an aqueduct
over the Genesee river at Rochester.
The prices of the work must incl ude thIe expense of ma-
terials necessary for the construction of the same, accor-
ding to the plans and specifications that will be presen-
ted by the Engineer.
The aqueduct must be completed by the 1st day of Au-
gust, 1839.
Security wiii be required for the performance of the
contract, and propositions should be accompanied by the
names of responsible persons, signifying their assent to
become sureties. If the character and responsibility of
those proposing, and the sureties they shall offer, are not
known to the undersigned, or chief or resident engineer,
a certificate of good character and the extent of their res-
ponsibility, signed by tile first judge or clerk of the coun-
ty in which they severally reside, will be required.
No transfer of the contract will be recognized.
The location of the work, plans of thIe structure, with
specifications of the kind of materials and the manner of
construction, are ready for examination with the Chief
Engineer in tihe city of Rochester.
The Engineer is at Rechester, and will give all necessa-
ry information and furnish blank propositions.
Propositions may be handed to either of the undersign-
ed at Congress Hall in the city of Albany, until said 27th
day of March next, at 12 o'clock 31.
The. full names of all persons that are parties to any
proposition, must be written out in tie signatures forth
same.
The party to the propositions which imay be accepted,
will be required to enter into contract immediately after
the acceptance of the same.
The iundilersined reserve to themseniv.es the riflt to en-


The proprietor will be induced to extend it in all its va-
rious branches, for the accommodation of experimental
and scientific farmers, by the introduction of new and
useful implements of husbandry, and to furnish the prac-
tical farmer with the best tools for his business. An es-
tablishment of this kind not only serves the above pur-
pose, but makes a depository for the inventive at tizan to
place his articles for exhibition and sale. Machinists and
manufacturers will find h to their interest to place here
arti les for sale and inspection, as it will more readily
bring them before the public.
The object of this establishment is to keep on hand for
sale, all the useful and improved agricultural implements
now in use; and the subscriber invites mechbanics and
others to place tileir implements here for sale. His ac-
commiodations will be ample, and his charges moderate.
Mr. Benment will place articles manufactured by him,
as well as those sent to him on consignment, in this es-
tablishment for sale- among which are Green's Straw
Cutters, Robbins' Corn Planter and Drill Barrow, Craig's
Angled Scotch Harrow, Scotch Ploughs, asid Drill Bar-
row, Bement's Expanding Cultivator and Turnip Drill,
Van Burgen's Cultivator, Wiley's and Conklin's Ploughs,
Turnip Hoes, Pudney's Revolving Horse Rake, Potato
Hoes, Rotary Pumps, etc. etc.
fel,5- O WM. T-HORBURN, Seedsman.
It. WHALE takes this opportunity to return his
sincere acknowledgments to their managers, and cit-
izens generally, for their ready co-operation in the get-
ting up of the late Masquerade Ball, which has resulted
in such general satisfaction to all concerned, Hie also
gives notice that it will be repeated on ur about tIle 15th
of March next, by which time hlie trusts that the unfound-
ed prejudice which exists inii the minds of some few of
our citizens against such fetes, will be removed. fel4-lw
F'OR SALE-One large and one small Turning
Lathe. Enquire of
fel4 S. MORGAN & CO.
WTANTED, a good Cook; none need apply unless
furnished with first rate recommendations. Ap-
ply at this office. fel4-tf
W ANTED, a dairy maid; none need apply unless
furnished with good recommendations. Apply at
this office, fel4-tf
SUCIFER AND LOCOFOCO MATCHES
A sold and warranted at the Variety Store 392 South
Market st. no5 S. VAN4SCHAACK.
PIANO FORTS-Just received from the factory
of Messrs. Grah:nn, Burns & Tracey, one of their
hightoned, grand action Piano Forts, and lor sale, at
fe2 R. O'tIARA'S, 5 Green-st.
COLORED SILK BIAIDS, 376 S. Market
St. [fe3J A. M. LINGERLAND.
J BOSWORTH- PORTRAIT PAINTER, at the
Scorner of Green and Hudlson sts. Correct likenes-


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IIATTERS' FURS, SKINS, WVOOL, &c. &c. BY DAVIS & JONES, BY SAMUEL MORGAN & CO.
L. 31. HOFFMAN & CO. Will sell at auction on [Auctioneers and Commission Merchants-Store No- 66 (Auction and Commnission and i WVholesale Dry Goods
Thursday, 23d inst., at tO o'clock, at the store No. 189 Wa- State street.] Merchants-Store No. 63 State-street.
ter-street, an extensive and valuable assortment of Hat- 3T Regular days for out-door sales, Mondays, Wed- STOCK SALE-DRY GOODS.
ters' Furs, Skins, Wool, &c., comprising every article ndsdays and Fridays. On Tuesday, 28th inst., at 10 o'clock,
in the trade. The catalogues and samples will be rendy At Private Sale, WVill e eiinence the sale of the stock in trade of a rc-
the day previous. New York, February 3. 50 bales black and white wadding tail dry good merchant declining business.
fe7-td A. WV. BLEECKER, Auctioneer. 500 doz boxes hooks and eyes, American manufacture, AT PRIVATE SALE.
...."~ *warranted equal im those imported AT PRIVATE SALE.
TO LET. Franklin & Son's Fire Proof Iron Chests, assorted si- 25 cases men's thick boots.
Sizes, single and double, constantly on hand, at the manu- 30 do do calf do.
facturers' prices. 10 do do kip brogans.

l occupied iby Mr. Fink, Portrait Painter. These 100 maple do do 10 bales candle wick.
ll( offices communicate; and No, 8 has a large fire 100 Windsor chairs. 200 lbs Marshall's patent thread.
Jl proof safe, for books and papers. Also, seve- 100 scroll seat nurse rocking chairs. 200 doz. woollen gloves.
ri convenient roonts ard offices, at moderate rents. Ap- 77 do do large do 100 boxes first quality mould nd dipt candles.
^ ^^ ^^T ^ 11tre100~S eseas"^ boxes first quality mould and dipt andies. _
ply to GANSEVOORT & HILL, office No. 5. re22 100 turned post French bedsteads. -
I 't; iFOR SALE-The building comprising the 50 feather beds, assorted. w A T T .
I Dwelling now occupiedd by MIrs. Pease as a 40 eight day mahogany clocks, warranted. REAL ESTATE.
Boarding House, and two stores, one on either 125 thirty hour clocks, warranted.
side of tie same. The lot is 49 feet front and 2o50 looking glasses, assorted sizes. F'OR SALE-An excellent Farm, containing one
rear, extending from North Market-st. to Middle Lane. 50 bushels red top seed. l. hundred and seven acres, four and a half miles from
ERASTUS PERRY, Agent, .. --.-- Albany, on the Albany and Delaware Turnpike. The
fe2l 82 State-street."A' ; 'l^w--- -.-- 'THE Copartnership be- farm lays very handsome-has no waste land, and is in
.... p w c totween Cuyler & Nelson, good order-buildings nearly new-house thirty-four by
TO LET-'wooffices on the second floor, anti -as Dentists, having this twenty-four feet, two stories high, with brick front-
one large room on the third floor of the house ,-. .i day closed, the business barn sixty feet square, and the best constructed in the
corner of North Market street and Maiken lane. will be hereafter conducted by the subscribers, who have county. It is handsomely situated for a gentleman's seat,
associated themselv es for that purpose, atthe office of the as it commands a fine prospect. It is well watered with
fc2o P. M. MORANGE. 313 N. Market st. late C. & N., No. 319 North Market street, opposite Stan- never failing springs of soft water. For terms apply to
TO LET-Fromi the first of May next, the wix Hall. R. NELSON. VILLIAM CHAPMAN,
cu|"- three story brick dwelling house, No. 39 Colum- A. NELSON. jal6 No. 81, Quay street.
/! bin street; also, a two story wooden dwelling in Intending to remove to the city of New York, I am FARM FOR SALE-A very desirable
IIthe village of tireenbush, opposite the Presby- pleased that I have it in my'power to recomniend to my and highly improved farm of 169 acres, situated in
terian church. Enquire of REUEL CLAPP, former patrons, a gentleman in whom the utmost confi- thetownship of Greenfield, county of Saratoga,I
feI7-tf 97 Herkimer-st. dence can be placed by all who may need his professional llI equal distance from tie celebrated springs of Sar-
LET-A two sory frame dwelling hou services. In speaking thus of Mr. Alexander Nelson, atoga and Ballston, and about 30 niiles from Albany. On
TO LET-A two story frame dwelling house therefore, as my successor, I do it from the most unques- the premises are two good large barns, and acommodious
m on the Sehenectada turnpike, opposite WVhite's tionable evidence of his character and his skill as a Den- dwelling house. The said farm contains some good a
SMalt House, suitable for two families, and now tist. With regard to Mr. Robert Nelson, my late partner, meadow land, a fine orchard and some timnberI land. The
occupied by r. Morgan. blacksmith. Enquire I can only say, that his reputation as a Dentist is too well farm at present is occupied by Mr. Jonathan Ford, who
Sfel7-lw VAN RENSSELAEetablished to need a word from me. will give any information respecting the same. Posses-
fel7-1w J-9. VAN RENSSELAER, 112 State-st. VERNOR CUYLER, Dentist, sion cal lie had on the first of May. For terms and fur-
TO LET-The house No. 130 South Pearl- oc4-6m Office 76 Chamber st., New York. ter particulars, address ISAAC A. PLUME,
i st., opposite Kane's walk, at present occupied I fe9-4w No. 90 Broad-st. N. York city.
ll by Mr. J. Ferguson. Enquire of b INCORRUPTI- N b ol it
JfflffllH. PRUYN & MARTIN, ^^^3BLE TEETH- The j CHANCERY SALE-Vill be soldin the
feti Argus Buildings. attention of those la- city of New York at public auction, at MILLER,
JfeL A ATiirg dies and gentlemen I PINE & MILLER'S auction room, No. 30 Broad
tFOR SALE OR TO LET-Th le large 30 who are desirous ofrepleting the vacancies causedby the i street, on the twenty-third day of January inst.,
Sth ree story brick building, 1f et long by 30 loss of the original teeth, is respectfully invited to the at twelve o'clock at noon, under the direction of Samuel
llell- rii.C feet w ideter ellcbunctrandaof best m aterialsusetna-
I te iet w ide, well built ant e of Vbest materialso, esit- subscriber's Human Incorruptible Teeth; likewise to his Cowdrey, master in chancery, all that certain house and
d in the flourishing village of est Troy, el-method and manner of setting and inserting them-they lot in the third ward of Albany, bounded west by late
gtbly loeated-and well calculated for a manufacturing es- are incorruptible, they never change their color, nor do Dock now Dean street, south by a lot heretofore of Ba-
tlishent, or atsmall expse can easily be convrted they absorbthe saliva orjuices of the mouth; consequent- rent G. Staats, north by Maiden lane, and east by lot of
into a dwelling. ly, they do not cause an pleasant taste or fetid breath. John Burnet, as thie same were formerly occupied by Ry-
If sold, but a small portion of.thie purchase money will They can be supplied from one to an entire set, to cor- nier Jacob Van Everen deceased, containing on Dean st.
lie required to lie paid dowmi; the balance can remain for '7f
term of years. For be particulars, enquire of main f respond ith the living teeth, which, with human, niiatu- 7 feet, along the ground of said Burniet on tie east 48 feet
a term of years. For particularsral and all kinds of artificial teeth set and inserted after 11 inches, in length on soutl side 77 feet 54 inches, on tmhe
FASSETI t & SELDEN, the latest improved style of Dental Mechanism. His north side 75 feet 6Q inches, English measure moreor less.
'201 River-street, Troy, or method of inserting them gives to the wearer ease corn- jal2-td
fe16-2m Dr. A. HAMIMOND, West Troy. bined with all the important objects of the art. Theirdif- The sale of the above property is postponed until the fi
TO LIET. anti possession given on the first of ferent uses in mastification, articulation, and preserving twenty-third day of February next, at thc same hour and
c May next, the three story brick dwelling house, the original form ofthemouth, without having to perform plae. ja20-2awtfebl5tdtd
I No. 572 South Market street, Also, any unpleasant or painful operations. Sets of teeth in- FOR SALE1--The large well built house No.
i The office at present occupied by Mr. Henry serted by atmospheric pressure, withoutthe aidofsprings, e 113 WVashington street, at present occupied by l
Rector, in the Law Buildings. Enquire of clasps, ligatures, &c. when fixed, they are warranted to I Judge Savage. The property is so well knwn el
feI4-tf lIOWARD & RYCKMIAN. set on the unerring principle of adhesion; and from their that a description of it cannotbe required p-e
--- uniformityand adaption to the mouth, to elue detection ply to fe-dtfj HENRY L. WVEBB, 51 State st.
TO LET-Building.' os. 30 and 32 Green- by the closest scrutiny. LL
IK strell t.nrTot No e OPERATIVE DENTAL SURGERY-The subscriber FLOURING & GRIST MILL FOR SALE F
i To store s AUGUSTUS JAMES. o performs every operation on thie teeth, gums and mouth, I. -The subscriber is induced, by a poor state of health bt
E ll,-1 13 AUUUSI JAMES. on the most modern and approved principles of dental sur- to offer for sale his Flouring and Grist Mill, situated on e
STO LET, and possession on the first day of gery, with the least possible pain, and correct profession- the Varick Canal at Oswego. It has four run of stone for
May, that two story brick modern built dwelling al skill. Carious teeth filled with his cement; likewise, flouring, and two for gristing, geared distinct from each
house, one door north of my residence in Mont- with gold, platina, etc. Loose teeth rendered firm, wheth- other, and may beappliedtooneorboth purposes,at will. P
a gomery street. The house is now erecting, and er arising from age, neglect, scrofula, mercury, or the dis- There is also connected with the custom mill, machinery ca
will be finished by the firstof May, in tihe best style, with eases of the gums. Irregularities of the teeth in children for grinding kill dried corn. The flour made at this mill
marble mantel pieces, grates, &c. Fcr terms apply to prevented, in adults remedied. Teeth and the stumps of is among the fancy brands. For further particulars en- bh
J. T. B. VAN VECHTEN, teeth extracted. The treatment of children's teeth par- quireofE.Benson andJ. LeffertsNewYork, or the ev
fe9--tf No. 1 Stanwix Hall. ticularly attended to. subscriber at Oswego. Oswego, October 11, 1836.
TO LET-TWo stores with dwellings at- IIENRy VILLERS, M.D., Surgeon Dentist, ocIO-tf C. McCULLY. p,
i tmached, in the brick range, :n ludson, near Mar- wNo. 82 Hudson street, Albany. CHOICE FARMS IN SARATOGA
I lIket-st. Professional operations and tuition in Dental Surgery, COUNTY FOR SALE.-The subscriber offers
A-I n" .. i n li.....ne. m o.. ...n b. t!, fr asusual de22 ill fnr sani that epiiitifuliv situedri FARM caii.ld c4


i 1j I inAo, inA aaoitnc- s am tu u 1 iea ivB n ilt, nuotui t- ui i
lawyer's office.
Also, two three story brick dwellings in Washington-
eet, south side. Enquire of B. KNOWER,
fe8 South Market-st.

hii 11 occupied by M. French, Agent.
II1 21 Also, a new brick house in Hudson-street, a-
liI!bove Pearl, Enquireof
fa RELYEA & WRIGHT.
TO LET-From the first of May next, thIe 3
i story brick dwelling house on the corner of Co-
Slumbia and Water sits. Enquire of
SVAN VECHTEN & DAVIS,
fe3-tf 41 State street.
,EI& TO LET-From the first day of May next,
,l the house No.23 Montgomery-st. Apply to
'! CHAS. D. GOULD,
i teL fel at Dr. March's Office.
STO LET-Two stores in Hamilton-street.
,l Enquire of,
C, F, PRUYN.
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TO LET-At low rents, with immediate pos-
Iii session-Three Stores in Stanwix Hall, on Maid-
ii en lane, with cellars and lofts, lately occupied by
lai.' Packer, Prentice & Co., L. Annesley and P. M.
range. These stores can be enlarged to suit any kind
business.
Mlso, large rooms for societies or mechanics, and offi
for artists,&c. Apply to
GANSEVOORT & HILL,


el2 Office No. 5 Stanwix Hall.
TO LET--Tihe large room over Sands &
SShaw's Druggists store in State street, known as
h! CONCERT HALL. Enquire at 42Lydius st.
S no22 P. VAN LOON.
7TO LET-Two Lofts in the store house No. 6
i Exchange sticet. Possession given immediate-
ily. Enquire at 24 State street.
la- au5
1i) LJKT-lFroin the first of Novermber next,
|n h1 1 re e l.iO Uin lttxmc in i luts nt v i |.. iii <-o r _
ll ner of N. Markst-st. and Maidens Lane; anralso,
i.tIe store No. 289, North Market-st., now oceuu-
u as a dry goods store. Enquirer of
P. M. ORANGE,
il6 16 Maiden-lane.
^ TO LET, from thIe first of May next, the
ca large three story brick house No. 19 Columbia
l street. The house is one of the best in this city,
I' and has recently been put in good repair. En-
re on S. CHEEVER, 67 State-st. j30-tf
f" TO LET-And possession given immediate-
,ii ly, two substantial fire proof brick stores, Nos. 7
S and 9 Hudson-st. Enquire of
JL BACKUS, AMES & CO.
i l 8 State-street.
& DWELLINGS TO LET, and posses-
sion given let May inext.-A three story brick
dwelling house,No. 154 South Pearl-st., oppo-
site Kane's walk; and a three story brick dwel-
house, No. 51 Washington-st., both modern built and
ood order.
two story frame dwelling in Maleom st.
two story frame dwelling, No 12 Van Tromp st.
do do 31 Van Schack st.
do do 72 Orange st.
do do Second st., Abour Hill.
do do Schenectada turnpike.
three twxvo story frame dwellings in Herkimer st.
he above property has recently cotanged owners, and
be rented without reference to the present occupants,
will be put in good tenantable order. Apply to
S. COBB, 335 North Market st.
lie present occupants will pay all rent on the above
he first of February next, at my office, No. 335 North
ket st. [ja28] S. C.
,1 BOARDINGHOUSETO LET-From
ul the first of May next, thie large and convenient
l double house, Nos. 316 and 31S North Market st.,
i ocupied as a boarding house by Mrs. Jenkins.-
e yard is spacious, extending to Montgomery street,
additions to the house can be mniade to furnish ample
mmniodations for a hotel.
he fire proof brick stable in thIe rear-, on Montgomery
et, will be let separate or with the house. Apply to
E. PERRY, No. 82 State-st., or to
GANSEVOORT & HILL,
6-tf Office No. 5 Stanwix Hall.
1,3 TO LET-The store now occupied by the
,i Misses Mlott, 287 N. Market st.
i e EIRASTUS PERRY, Agent,
t fe6 E 2 State st.
La FOR SALE, the modern three story brick
p house, No. 16 Lumber street, with or without
111 two vacant lots adjoining. Said house is new and
U 'replete with every convenience. For terms ap-
to F, J. BARNARD,
-6-dtf 175 N. Market st.


LAFAYETTE HOUSE. No. 91 Wasn-
ington street, Albany-T'he subscriber respectful-
Sly informs his friends and tihe public, that his
House is now enlarged and furnished in first rate
style, and ready for thec reception of more company. From
12 to IS boarders can be accommodated with good rooms,
by the week, month or year, with other company, onil rea-
sonable terms. The above house is situated on lthe most
pleasant street in the city, and is one of thIe best and most
convenient locations for members of the legislature, of
whom he solicits a share of patronage, together with oth-
er company. NATHANIF:L GALLUP.
N. 1B. There is a good and convenient stable attached to
the above, with a shed for the accommodation of persons
travelling by private conveyance. &c. de'23-3m
TOWING--LAKE BOAT LINE OF
STEAMBOATS.

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SCLINTON HOTEL-This splendid build
mu ing, recently erected at the corner of South Pear
ll1! and Beaver streets, is now entirely finished, ant
the subscribers have furnished it in a splendid
style. The building contains one hundred rooms and wil
conveniently accommodate one hundred and fifty persons
Their Larder and Bar will at all times be supplied with
the best the country affords, and every attention will b(
paid to the convenience and comfort of their guests. A;
their location is in a pleasant and airy part of the city-
in the centre of business, within a short distance of th(
Capitol, Public Offices, &c., it will be convenient for the
man of business, the legislator, the lawyer, or the man of
pleasure. Their terms will be as reasonable as theii
neighbors, and they indulge the hope that they will receive
a share of public patronage. HAZARD & CARTER
HAZARD & CARTER.
N. B. There is connected with the above establishment
a large and extensive stable for the accommodation ol
their customers. dell-dac3m
ALBANY FEMALE ACADEMY-The next
term will commence on Mohday, tile 13th inst. Ap-
plication may be made to the Principal or either of the
T'runstecs.
N. B.-The Trustees take this opportunity to state,
that the attendance and studies of the ensuing two quar-
ters, are taken in the account in awarding premiums, me-
dals, &c. at the July examination.
A. CRITTENTON, Secretary,
The Trustees are-
Rev. JOHN N. CAMPBELL, LL, D.
GIDEON HAWLEY, Esq.
RICH'D V. DE WVITT, "
RICH'D M. MEIGS, "
EDWVIN CROSWVELL, 1
ISRAEL SMITH, "
Hon. JAMES VANDERPOEL,
PHILIP S. VAN RENSSELAER, Esq.
THOSE. WV. OLCOTT,
IRA HARRIS,
Hon. GREENE C. BRDNSON,
ARCHIBALD McINTYRE, Esq.
EZRA P. PRENTICE, fell
A_.1fA eBF-l", STREET ACADEMY
--'_-nle nexL ret gTA i-ctlt l -"u-Ornlnence4 on Mon-
day the 13th inst.
In consequence of thie dangerous and protracted illness
of Mr. Janes, th e superintendence of the school for tihe
present, devolves upon Mr. E. A. Brown, assisted by Mr.
Slawson of Union College, inthe upper departments, and
Miss C. L. Sharp in the charge of the lower department.
Boys will be instructed in every department of knowl-
i edge needed to prepare them for the active duties of life,
for professional studies, or college.
I The terms made known by Mr. Brown at the Acade-
tmy. Albany, Feb. 1837.
SE. N. KIRK,
F. HUMPHREY,
M. T. REYNOLDS,
S. VAN RENSSELAER, jr.
IRA HARRIS,
JOHN WILLARD,
B. R. WOOD,
A. McINTYRE,
J. 0. COLE,
J. GIBBONS,
A. MARCH,
A. D. LANSING, Trustees.
ALBANY FEMALE SEMINARY. NO. 61
DIVISION STREET-The Rev. John M Garfield,
A. M. Principal; Miss Ann Milford, Governess and Pro-
fessor of the French Language: Mr. Win. L. Reston, late
Organist of Kirk Eaton Church, Yorkshire, England,
Professor of Piano Forte, Singing and Harmony; Mrs.
Wilcox, Teacher of Drawing and Painting.
The trustees, aware how imperfectly the French lan-
guage is acquired unless familiarly spoken, are happy in
being able to announce to the friends of the Seminary, the
appointment of a lady eminently qualified to take the charge
ot'this department of education-Miss Ann Milfolbrd, late a
teacher of the French Academy in Montreal, who has in-
troduced the French language as a medium of general conm-
munication in this institution.
The annual session in this institution commenced on
the 13th instant.
This institution is advantagtrMsly situated in a central
part of the city. Ilt edifice is new, elegant and admirably
adapted to its design. It is furnished with irmaps, charts,
globes, models, a splendid philosophical apparatus, and a
new, extensive and choice library, suited to the wants of
the students in the several departments in the Seminary
All thie branches of academical studies pursued in out
high schools ant colleges, will be taught by teachers of the
first distinction. The system of instruction is divided into
two classes, denominated thie Useful and the Ornamental.
embracing all the branches necessary to complete thie fe
male education.
The faculty have adopted, as far as practicable, the sys-
tenm of recitation lectures, which are highly practical and
tend happily to the cultivation of the moral and intellectu-
al powers.
TheSeminary is subject to the regular and stated visita-
tions of thie trustees, and is open to the polite and liberal
generally to inspect its organization, government andt ex-
reises.
Young ladies from abroad are provided with board i,
the family of the Principal, in which such a uniform sys-
tem is followed, as is usually observed in well regulated
families; and those particular attentions are paid to the
mniorals, the manners and the studies of the young ladies
committed to hiscare, as are requisite at this momentous
period of their lives. The expense incurred by a young
lady for hoard in his family does not exceed $1SO0 per an-
numi. Satisfactory arrangements have likewise been made
with private families, where board may be had on the most
reasonable terms.
The price of tuition is fixed at $2 in the first department;
$1 in the second; $5 in the third; $6 in the fourth; $7 in
the fifth, and $S in thie sixth.
Application for admission to the Seminary, or for further
information, may be made to thie Principal or any of the
Trustees. By order of thie Board.
JNO, M. GAllFIEDI), Secretory,
The Trustees are-
Hon. DANIEL D. BARNARD,


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il!Jj WOOD LAWN, containing 151 acres, immedi-
ately north from the village of Saratoga Springs, on a
which the new STONE MANSION with COLLONADE I
front, so conspicuously appears to the passer by, being
40 by 60 feet, finished in the most approved modern style, P
with splendid Garden, a variety of Shrubbery, fruit of 0
the choicest selection, out-houses of every necessary de- P
scription. The situation of this farm is such as will ad- I
mnit of a division, therefore will be sold separate or togeth- P
er. The Mansion House cost $10,000.
Also a FARM of 2'i! acres, on the opposite side of the c
highway, which caa be conveniently divided into two a
Farms of sufficient size. As a grazing Farm there is none ti
that stands higher, t nd for ordinary farming purposes is a
not surpassed by any. The Dwelling which is known as ft
the Putnam Boarding House, is a very good Frame Build-
ing, and exhibits considerable style, the out-houses are
good and sufficient in number and vell arranged as to con-
venience.
Also, a FARM of 100 acres, which adjoins the last
named, on thIe north, and is well situated upon the main p1
road, with good buildings, and is also a first rate Farm. l
It is a level plain and principally meadow land and will
afford 100 tons of Hay annually. The soil of all the a- tm
above named farms is of the very best quality and is in a e'
fine state of cultivation, well watered, and in good fence, at
and a sufficient number of acres of TIMBER LAND. a
The above are certainly very desirable Farms, either lhi
for farming purposes or gentlemen's country residences,
being so very near to the most popular village in the Uni- m
ted States. A gentleman may, during the summer leave
New-York at five in the evening and breakfast with his
family next morning at Saratoga.
Also, a FARM, known as the Fitz Simmons Farm, in
the town of Saratoga on the west side of the Hudson ri-
ver, and adjoining the Canal. It contains 240 acres of ex-
cellent land which is in good fence, with one large and
convenient dwelling and suitable out-houses, and also a
Farm House on the rear of the farm. The soil isfirst rate
and in a fine state of cultivation. It has a fine supply of
woodland and mear a good market. b(
Also, an extensive LUMBERING ESTABLISHMENT, te
consisting of a STEAM SAWV MILL, and 1600 acres of gc
heavy TIMBER LAND, sitiua.cd in the town of Corinth, le
Saratoga co., about 5 miles fim-m the rafting place of the ai
Hadon river. 8 miles from Jossun's Landing, 12 miles OT
from Saratoga Springs, witl every convenience o1 traim- in
porting lumber to theAlbany market. Said Steam En-
gine cost $2200, which is now in full and prosperous op- te
eration; the timber is hemlock, pine, whiteash and hard
wood; the land is allowed to be of the first quality,.worth pi
at least $8 per acre after the timber is'off. TIhe improved
lands are in good fence, and under good cultivation, and
fqr soil and location are inferior to none in the country.
There is also a desirable situation for an extensive TAN-
NING ESTABLISHMENT, as there is abundant supply I
of oak and hemlock bark, at $1, to $1 50 per cord-with
a good water privilege within three miles of the Hudson G
river, and as yet there is not a tannery within ten miles of sh
it. For further particulars I must refer to SANFORD ConBB, ti
Albany, or J. ELLSWORTH, esq., SaratogaSprings. na
The whole or any part of the above will be sold onlilt- co
eral credit by WV. CUNNINGHAM. sil
Poughkeepsie, Jan. 16, 1937. jy23 Jr


SFOR SALE-A very superior Farm of two
hundred and thirty acres, lying in the vicinity of
Nassau village, Rensselaer county. This farm
embraces the fiats, being the greater part of a
farm which the subscriber has cultivated for a number of
years, and the land adjoining the same on the west line,
recently owned by R. Merchant. As it is now offered, it
will rank, in point of location, buildings, fertility, state
of repair, and privileges for extensive agricultural oper-
ations, with the best farms in the country. Three-fourths
of the purchase money can be secured by a bond and mort-
gage on said farm and remain thus from one to ten or
more years, to suit the purchaser. For-'Mither particu-
lars enquire of the proprietor, residing in the village of
Nassau. S.W. HOAG.
January 25. ja27-dac3m

A Farm in the town of Greenwich, in the coun-
ty of Washington, and state of New York, sit-
uated within a mile and a half from Fort Miller
Bridge, on the Plains, consisting of about 60 acres of ve-
ry excellent land, with good building, nearly new, and in
a high state of cultivation. Also, another Farm, of
about one hundred and fifty acres, in the town of Green-
wich aforesaid, about 31 miles from Fort Miller Bridge,
consisting of excellent meadow and arable lands, a part
of it plains of most excellent quality. Both farms are
very pleasantly and desirably situated for agricultural
and other purposes. There is also a fine selection of
fruit upon each; and upon the latter a large bearing or-
chard of apple trees They will either or both be sold
low and on accommodating terms, or exchanged for pro-
ductive property in the city of Albany. Enquire at the
office of the subscriber, No. 46 State street, Albany, or
ROBERT PENIGO, esq., on the premises.
Also, two FARMS in the town of Greenbush, county
of Rensselaer, and state of New York, within 3 miles
from the city of Albany, adjacent to each other; thIe one
containing about one hundred acres of land; the other,
200 acres and upwards. There are excellent orchards of
very fine selected fruit, to the number of 300 trees, or
over. On each the soil is of a very fine character, -and
well adapted to grain and hay. These farms are both
pleasantly situated on a public road, leading to Sandlake
and Stepnentown. There is also on one of the farms a
very excellent mill privilege, saw mills, &c. For terms,
apply to the subscriber, No. 46 State street, Albany.
fel7-dtfc2w H. V. D. VAN EPPS.
A FOR SALE-Thlie house and lot No. 23 Mont-
gomery street. The lot is 26 feet on Montgome-
ry st., running through to Water st. 196 feet, and
28 feet front on that street.
The house is three stories high, well built, commodious
and airy, 50 feet deep, with a tea room adjoining. The
yard has fine fruit of various kinds, peaches, plumns,cher-
ries, currants, grapes, and quinces in profusion. There
is on thIe. rear of the lot, a stable and wood house. The
whole establishment presents an opportunity io the cap-
italist rarely to lie nmel with. For particulars enquire of
JOSEPH RUSSELL, or
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ousand Dollars. That the said partnership commenced
the 16th day of January, 1837, and will terminate on
16th day of January, 1838. Albany, Jan. 30, 1837.
BENJAMIN P. GREGORY,
JAMES P. GOULD,
JOHN SILSBY.
'he above business will be conducted at Nos. 9, 11 and
Cliureb-street, Albany.
el-law6w B. P. GREGORY & CO.
TEELE & WARREN, Importers of Saddlery
Hardware, guns, gun locks, plated goods, &e. &c.,
d dealers in cliptic springs, coach and wagon axletrees,
lch lace and furniture, wood screws, tacks, brass nails,
, continue business at their old stand No. 368 South
rket street, Argus Building.
'heir assortment embraces its usual variety, and is of.-
ed on the usual terms. They respectfully solicit the
tinned patronage of their customers, ocf-dac
I ONSPIRACY-Citizens of Albany-Without my
Knowledge, consent or approbation, my office, at the
tier of Hudson and Green sts in your city, was closed
Shut tup by Dr. Carwan, my clerk. This man no doubt
ing been induced to do so by some gentleman connec-
with medicine, who thought that I should be so much
hired thereby as to cause me not to again open it; bur.
y are woefully mistaken. It is true thle time of year
s well chosen; and in consequence of the river being
ied and the difficulty of travelling, much time has been
Before it has been re-opened; besides near a fortnight
Elapsed ere I knew so much villany had been enact--dl.
ive again succeeded in opening the office, and will do
in my power to keep a supply of the BRANDRETH
LLS always on hand; and from the high character of
clerk, Mr. Bosworth, I feel confident that no such cir-
istance is likely again to ocour. The high character
*ndreth's Vegetable Universal Pills have obtained
erever they have been introduced, renders it unneces-
y for me to say any thing in their favor except that
itr cleansing, their purgative properties shall always
maintained, and all which the public have occasion to
s to be careful to obtain the genuine article-
o Brandrethian agents-The office of Dr. Brandreth,
ner of Hudson and Green sts., Albany, is reopened,
a large supply of pills is now there, so that any or-
will be promptly executed. The cash must be remit-
as the present agent, Mi. Bosworth, is perfectly un-
uainted with the sub-agents. He is in possession of
Ledger, and will be able tc receive payment for any
)unt of pills owing for.
,25-d3m BENJ. BRANDRETH. M. )D.
B. No Druggist or Physiciau is authorised to sell
Brandreth's Pills. They can be had of his agents only.
BURN AND SYRACUSE RAILROAD
L COMPANY-Call for the 12th, 13th and 14th in-
ments on the stock.-The stockholders of the Auburn
SSyracuse Railroad Company, are required to pay on
before the twenty-fourth day of March next, tilhe sum
five dollars; and on or before the tenth day of April
t the. further sum of qppn dllanr nnd otn' or h f,'-.


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REAL ESTATE SALES.

BY DAVIS & JONES.
(Real Estate Brokers, Land Agents and Auctioneers,
Store No. 66 State-street.)
0 REGULAR DAYS FOR PUBLIC SALES OF
REAL ESTATE, TIH E 10TH, 20TH AND 30TH OF
EACH MONTH, AND AT ALL, OTHER 'lIIMESI
WHEN REQUIRED, ON THE SHORTEST No-
TICE.

STEAM DREDGING MACHINES--!.t'dg-
Ing machines will be furnished by the subscribers on
short notice (with or without locomotivepowers) (hr any
part of the IT. States or the Canadas, capable of raising
from twenty to three hundred tons of earth per hour, andi
excavating from four to twenty square rods without rais-
ing the anchors, leaving the bottom smooth and lcvel, to
any depth under fifty feet, and depositing xie earth bn the
bank at a distance of from six to twenty feet, drawing from
one to three feet of water, with or without improved ma-
chinery for taking up logs or rocks with great facility, not
exceeding ten tons in weight, at a cost offronm tree to
thirty thousand dollars. The expense ofexcavatingconm-
mon earth from a depth of fifteen feet and discharginir it in-
to lighter scows, will not exceed four cents per ton, esti-
mating wood at $5 per cord, and coal at $7 per ton.
All machines, constructed by us, will be warranted, and
their performance guarantied, or no sale.
Contracts for dredging to any extent, will hlie tiakien on
reasonable terms by the undersigned.
Communications directed to Lyonsflale, Lewis county,
N YV. will be promptly attended to. Lyonsdale, October,
1S36. de23 LYON & .H1OWAU i).
T HE NORTH AjkRICAN FIRE IN'rU-
THANE COI ANXOFTHE ITOF NEV-
YORK, offers to insure Buildings, Goods, Merchandize
and Personal Property, generally, against loss or damage
byFire, assuring the public, that the affairs of the Com-
pany shall be conducted with such fairness and ltbei ality
as shall entitle it to confidence and patronage.
ROBERT AINSLIE, Pru -Ient..
B. F. STEVENS, See'y.
CHAS. A. HOPKINS, Agent,
(Office over WV. C. Little's bookstore, 67 State kt) who
will issue policies to applicants withijout delay
Directors are: -
Robert Ainslie John L. Graham
Daniel Jackson Stephen Storm
Henry Wyckoff Edgar Jenkins
Henry H. Leeds Cortlandt Palmer
Henry I1. Elliott Louis De Casse
George D. Strong David Codwise
Thomas Sargeant C. V. B. Hasbrook
ThomasBolton Sam'l T. Tisdale
Thomas Tileston Charles De Forest
Charles 0. Handy Edmund Frost
Winm. P. Hallett del5
U[j'ERIOR GARDEN AND AG-&
I CLrURAL SEEDS-The subscriber has
W now on haind a full supply of Garden and Field
= Seeds, growth of 1836, among which are all the
nest Cabbages, Cautliflowers, Brocolie, Radishes, l'ea-,
&e. that are cultivated in Ifingland, France and Hollaid,
agether with every sort I at can be raised to advantage
hi our own country, and which are grown expressly for
iv uwe from stock furnished andi raised by the mnos.i expe-
ionced gardeners in this country: in short every article
emanating from my store, warranted genuine and fire-1.
Also Skinless Oats, Potatoe Oats 44 lb weight to rtli.
ushel, Perennial Rye Grass, White Clover -L.,itcern or
rench Clover, Orchard Grass, Herds Grass,, Whit, '\.l-
erry amd Yellow Locust Seeds, Spring Tarrs or Veth es,
mine Mangel Wurtzel, Ruta Baga and field Tfirni-
aeds, well worth the attention of Farmers
Wholesale dealers supplied on accommodating ternd h
rice lists, by the pound and bushel, furnished on apl'i
nation, as also catalogues of my whole collection, grntis
Flower roots, bulb glasses, green house plants, thce bst
ioks on gardening, &c. at various prices, birddieted of
etry sort, pearl barley, oatmeal, emntiden grots for gre,
)lit peas, white and brown mustard seed, garden flow-r
its and garden tools, Russian bass mats.
The Flower Seed department embraces the choicest va-
ety to be found in this country, in which are inl.i-le
loice double dahlia seed, carnation and choice pinks,
erman and China asters, splendid double balsams, with
i addition of several new varieties, accompanied with a
intend direction for culture and management.
Orders will be punctually attended to, ond carefully
cked and forwarded as directed. But asg the collection
distant debts is often troublesome, and sometimes im-
acticable, it is desired that satisfactory references be
ade to persons in Albany, when the oder is not accom-
mied with the money.
SEED CORN-The subscriber hao a quantity of thie
lebrated 12 rowed Dutton Corn, raised by J. Bud, Tlm4
vantages of raising this corn are its prolific quali-
es, beingeasily made to yield from 70to 80 bunshels to the
re, and its early maturity, ripening in about 10 days
m time of planting. W. THORBUFRN,
jall No. 317 N. Market st.
REMITTANCES TO AND PAN-
SAGE FROM IRELAND-Regular
SCommunication-The proprietors, in announc-
ing to their many and extended friends, feel a
inasure in laying before them the ir arrangements in ie-
ion to their Drafts on Ireland.
They wish it to be clearly understood, their drafts on
t Messrs. Robinsons & Co. of Dublin, are payable in
ery province and county, besides in all the inland towns,
swearing the same purpose as Bank of Ireland Notes-
convenience not hitherto held out by any other estab-
hment.
Those parties desirous of having drafts on the under-
Dntioned places, can always be accommodated, viz:
On Dublin The Robinsons & Co
Belfast Charles Allen.
Londonderry Samuel Robinson.
Newry Jefferson & Godfrey.
Castleblaney John Matthews.
Cork A. Murray.
Waterford Gilbert M'Gloin.
Sligo John Boyle.
Edgeworthtown John Payne.
a, order to unite and meet the views of our friends on
Ie sides of the Atlantic, Eagles, Half Eagle and Quar-
Eagles, have been shipped to Ireland with the object
ely of accommodating as much as possible, Tthose se-
ting the Robinsons' Line-a consideration of import-
ce, as it does away with the possibility of being inllose-d
'y purchasing Doubloons, or other cuirrency,, to which
'y arc sirtirgers.
passage secured in good American shiph free from ie-
ision, at moderate rates in Weektly opportunities.
)raftsm, as usual, on England, Scotland and WVales Ap-
'to or address 334 Pearl street, New York.
DOIJGLASS ROBINSON & CO.
Messrs. ROBINSON BROTHERS, Liverpool.
le3 THE ROBINSONS & CO., Dublin.
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-Notice is-here-
i by given, that Benjamin P. Gregory, Jame P.
uld and John Silsby, have formed a limited partner-.
p. pursuant to the 4th chapter, 2d part and 1st title or
*revised statutes of the state of Newv York, and the-
lie of the firm under which such partnership is to be
inducted, is B. P. GREGORY &f CO., and that the bu-
eBs so to be conducted is Coach Making: That the said
nes P. Gould and John Silsby are general partners,
1 the said Benjamin P. Gregory is a special partner;
't the said Benjamin P. Gregory, as such special p art-
', has contributed to the common stock the sum of Tea


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T a court oi chancery held
at the city ot Albany, on
one thousand eight hundreaa
James Vanderpoel, vice chance
Simon A. Veeder and Elizabe
Brinckerhoff, Lewis DunhamWil
Thomas L. Chest
Itappearing by affidavitto t
that the defendant William .
this state, buitcannot be fou
by reason of his absence f
Messrs. McKown & Van Bure
plainants, it is ordered, that
appearance to be entered, an
on the complainants' solicit
the date of this order; and i
hlie cause his answer to the co
and a copy thereot'to be served
citors within forty days after
and in default thereof, said
ed: and it is further ordered
within twenty days cause this
state paper and in the New
for eight weeks in succession
but such publication shall not
complainants shall cause a co
personally upon the said "W
twenty days before the time
pearance ill this cau
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N CHANCERY-Before the
"isa Cassidy vs. William Ca
rose Spencer Cassidy, Mary
Elizabeth Cassidy, and De W
race B. Webster, Henry Cas
executors of the will of Patri
tit
In pursuance and in virtue o
cause on the fifth day of Septe
one of the masters of this c
public auction at the Mans
street in the city of Albany o
(1837) at 12 o'clock at no
All that certain piece of la
situate in thie third ward of
ner of Chapel street and Ma
three feet six inches in front
feet eight and a half inches
hundred and six feet five and
boundary line, and seventy-t
east boundary line; the last m
Also all that certain piece o
ward of the city of Albany, on
(late Wolf street,) and west
guished on a map filed in the
and county of Albany on the
lot number three, and bounded
northwest corner of lot num
south forty-three degrees
chains and fifty links to Mi
thence north forty-six degre
long the north side of the samn
along the east bounds of lo
fifty links to Lydius street,
the same one chain to the
Also all that certain piece of
of the city of Albany on the
dius) street, and distinguish
clerk's office on the second d
six, and bounded as follows:
corner of lot number five and
three decrees and thirty minute
links to Mink (now Ferry) st
degress and thirty minutes we
same one chain, thence north
lot number seven ten chains an
Lydius) street, thence along t
chain to the pla
Also all that piece of ground
the city of Albany on the sou
street, and distinguished on a
clerk's office on the second d
eleven, and bounded as foll
west corner of lot number t
forty-three degrees thirty mi
ty links to Mink (now Ferry)
six degrees thirty minutes we
same one chain, thence north
lot number twelve ten chains
Lydius] street, thence along
chain to the place ofbe
Also all that certain lot ofgr
on, situate in the fifth ward
west side of North Market st
by North Market street thirty-
north by a lot of ground sai
two hundred and eighty-four
by Orchard street thirty-five
quarters of an inch, and on
said to belong to Charles C
y-four feet
Also all that certain lot of gr
in the city of Albany on the
nearly fronting the last descr
being thirty-five feet one and
and about seventy six feet fiv
Also the one equal undivide
remainder (after the decease
seized of a life estate therein
of land with the buildings t
ward of the city of Albany,
of John Meads (formerly kno
on the south by Steuben street
formerly owned by Abraham
Columbia street, being about
ben street and on Columbiast
and sixty-four feet dee
Also all those certain lots
near the one mile stone,in th
and distinguished on a map t
forty-six and forty-seven,
street: lot number forty-six i
Sand street, on the west by l
east by lot number forty-five
street, being in breadth thro
number forty-seven is bound
on the west by lots numbers f
the east by lot number forty-
Fox street, being in breadth
Also all that certain lot of
ing in the second ward of t
and distinguished on a ma
Jot number seven, beginning
running thence along Fox street
and ofthe same width in the
and sixt
Also all that certain lot of
ing in the second ward of t
and distinguished on a map
number four, beginning ata po
ning thence along Road street
es, thence north one hundred
ly thirty-one feet five inches
and sixteen feet to the place
January 18th, 1837.
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AT a court of chancery h
York, at the city of Alban
a-y, one thousand eight hu
sent-Reuben H. Walh
Barent VanAlen, vs. Aaro
Manning his wife, George G
Minick, John Pric
It appearing by affidavit to
that process of subpona to
and under the seal of this co
fendants, and that the defe
a resident of this state, coul
cess by reason of his absen
in this state, and also by re
from the place of his resi
Willard, solicitor and of co
is ordered, that the said
cause his appearance to be e
be served on the complaina
months from the date of this
pearance, that he cause his
bill to be filed, and a copy
complainant's solicitor with
a copy of said bill, and in d
may be taken as confessed
it is further ordered, that
twenty days, cause this or
state paper, and in the news
Troy, called the Troy Budget
of said papers for eight wee
least in each of the said wee
htot be necessary in case th
a copy of this order to be se
defendant Aaron Manning, a
the time above prescribed
cause Copy.
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A TaCourt of Chancery he
York, atthe city of New-
of January, one thousand eig
present William T. iMcCou


First C
David Brown vs Perez Jon
Clapp and others.
On reading and filing the a
setting forth that the defen
dent of this state, that pr
been duly issued in this suit
be served by reason of his
on motion of Johnson and Ke
ants, it is ordered that the
appear and answer the bill of
three months from the date of
bill be taken as confessed a
ordered, that this order be
hereafter, in the State pap
ican, a paper published in th
weeks in succession, onc
jaI8 Copy, JO
T court of chancery held
at the city of New York,
of January one thousand eig
-Present, William T. MeCo
first circuit.
Lemuel Wells va. Ebenezer
Field, an
It appearing by affidavit to t
that process of subpoena to
and under the seal of this co
David Dudley Field, who is a
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WV. H. F
Master in


AT a court of chancery hel
at the city of Albany, on
one thousand eight hundred
Reuben H. Valwot
Almira Barns, vs. Aaron M
ning his wife, William D
George Gould, Barent Van
Minick, John Price
It appearing by affidavit to t
that process of subpoena to a
and under the seal of this co
fendants, and that the de
is a resident of this state,
process, by reason of his
within this state, and also b
sencee from the place of his
D. Willard, solicitor and of
it is ordered that the said
cause his appearance to be e
bie served on the complainant
pearance, thatulie causeisa
bill to be filed, and a copy t
plainant's solicitor, within
copy of said bill, and in def
taken as confessed by said A
ordered that the said comp
cause this order to be publish
newspaper printed in the c
Budget; and to be published
eight weeks in succession, an
said weeks; but such public
in case the said complainant s
to be served personally upo
least twenty days before the
appearance in thi
ja23-Sw J
A T a court of chancery hel
at the city of Albany, on
January, one thousand eigh
Present, Reuben H. W
Robert Hogan vs. Charle
It appearing by affidavit to t
that the defendant, Charles G
state, but is a resident of t
motion of Mr. Reynolds, of
it is ordered, that the said
appearance to be entered, an
on the complainant's solicit
the date of this order, and t
hlie cause his answer to the c
and a copy thereof to be ser
licitor within forty days after
and in default thereof said b
by him; and it is further or
the said complainant cause t
the state paper and in the
paper printed in the county
publication be continued in ea
once in each week for eig
that hlie cause a copy of this
on the said Charles G. Aust
fore the time above prescri
fe4-8w J
T a court of chancery held
at the city of Albany, on
January, onethousand eight
Present, Reuben H. W
The New York Life Insuran
The First Baptist Church an
Brockport, Philemon Allen
Henry Davis, David Tann
Hyde, Daniel Collins
It appearing by affidavit to t
that the defendant, Philo Hyd
but is a resident of the ter
ofJulius Rhoades, of counsel
son, e.sq.1solicitor for thie s
ed, that the said Philo Hyde
entered, and notice thereof t
ants' solicitor within four
order, and in case of his a
answer to the conylainanrts'l
thereof to be served on the c
forty days after service of a
fault thereof, thatthe said b
as confessed by himn; andi it
in twenty days, the said com
be published in the state pa
publican, and that said publ
ofthe said papers at least
weeks in succession; or that
der to be personally served
least twenty days before the
appearance
fe7-Sw JAMES PO
A T n pnnrt of c.hnnreprv held


Snow constructing across that river by the Rensselaer a 2i
Saratoga Railroad Company and extending thence south U S
twenty-three and one half degrees west four hundred and t
forty-five feet to a stake at low water mark ou the west ty
bank of said river Hudson, thence north fifty-one and three
quarters of degree west nine hundred and sixty-two fee
to a stake, thence north thirty-eight and one quarter de-
grees east eiiht hundred and fifty-eight feet to a stake,
thence south fifty-one and three quarters of a degree east 15
815 feet to low water mark on the westbank of the Hudson
river aforesaid, thence along the margin of said river sout
thirty-four and one half degrees west four hundred and F
thirty-three feet to the place of beginning, containing 15 a-
cres of land, exclusive of that portion ot the land firstly
and secondly above described, which is contained within lo
these boundaries. The second of said tracts, pieces or par
eels of land for the partition of which the bill in this ceaA
was filed, is described as follows, to wit: all that certain
piece or parcel of land under water situate in the town of
WVatervliet in the county of Albany, adjoining the margin l
of the Hudson river along the east side of Green Island,n
and is bounded and described in a survey and map there
made by Sidney A. Beers In the month of January one fo i
thousand eight hundred and thirty-five, filed in our secre-
tary's office, as follows, to wit: beginning at a point where
the south line of George Tibbits' laudc strikes the river at
the distance of 94 feet from a pitch pine tree standing ini
the aforesaid south line, thence south 6 degrees and 30 mi- M
nuts east 340 feet, thence south 21 degrees and 20 minute
west 508 feet, thence south 14 degrees west 510 feet, thenc
Routh 17 degrees and 30 minu es west 361 fee
27 degrees and 20 minutes west 150 feet, thence
degrees and 20 minutes west 200 feet, thence
grees and 30 minutes west 450 feet, thence south 26 deg
and 15 minutes west 300 feet, thence south 36 degrees
40 minutes west250 feet, thence south 43 degrees west 100
feet, thence south 44 degrees and 45 minutes west 350 fee
thence south 33 degrees and 50 minutes west IS0 feet, t
thence south 25 degrees and 45 minutes west 140 feet, "
tlhence south '23 degrees & 45 minutes west 350 e
sonth 23degrees and 10 minutes west400feet, thence south
39 degrees and 10 minutes west 2-20 feet, thence south 18
degrees and 40 minutes west 372 feet, thence south 34 de-
grees an 55 minutes west 490 feet, thence south 74 degrees
and 20 minutes west 228 feet, thence north 14 degrees west
9405 feet to the west side of Green Island, thence down the
shore ofthe Mohawk and iup alongtheshoreoftheHudso
application of sa
river to the place of beginning. Copy. a to i
ja9-3M JAMES PORTER, Register.
IN CHANCERY--Be ore the vice-chancellor of the
First circuit. [L.a
Joseph Ripley and Catharine V. his wife, vs. James
SWalsh Andrews and Henry J. WVilliams and John Kean,
t executors of the last will and testament of Susa
cewiez, deceased. A
t Pursuant to the provisions of the statute in such case
i made and provided, and of an order of thIe court of chan-
eery made in the above entitled cause, notice is hereby k
given to all persons having any general lien or
brace, by judgment or decree, on any undiv
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T a court of chancery held
at the city of Albany, on t
ry, one thousand eight hundr
sent, Reuben H. VWa
William Sturtevant and Ha
vs. Polly Payn, Charles Pa
Electa Payn Jehiel Hambli
wife, Moses Love, Mary Lov
Scovell and Sarah Scovell
and Louisa Dingman his wif
phien L. Viele.
It appearing by affidavit to t
that the defendants Moses P
man and Louisa Dingman hi
tha Love,'reside out of this
of the United States, as fol
and Seth Payn reside in the
as Dingman and Louisa Ding
of the state of Illinois. a
are residents of the state o
Mr. E. Clark, of counsel forth
dered, that tie said Mose
Dingman and Louisa Dingrnma
Martha Love, cause their ap
notice thereof to be served o
within four months from the
case of their appearance, tha
the complainants' bill to be
served on the complainants' s
ter service of a copy of said
said bill of complaint may be
or such of them as make def
dered, that within twenty
cause this order to tie publish
a newspaper printed in tha
that the said publication be
papers at least once in each
cession, or that they cause
personally served on thie s
Trhomas Dingman and Louis
Love and Martha Love, at l
time above prescribed for
JAMES PORTE
E. Clark, Solicitor for c
IN CHANCERY-Before the
third circuit. James Porter
dren of John B. Visschelr,
and Hester his wife,
In pursuance and in virtue
honorable court, made and e
cause on thie thirteenth lay
subscriber, one of the master
for sale at public autetion,
city of Albany, on the third
o'clock at noon, the following
tain house andlot ofground sit
city of Albany, and which,
ted by Richard Waring and
Visscher, dated the 15th day
follows, to wit: all that ce
situate, lying and being in t
Albany, number ten Beaver s
by Be'river street, on thie we
ing to Robert Dunlop, now i
as a tavern, on the south b
Eyck, and on the east by a
shop belonging to thie said
of ground being in front o
feet, tlh- same in rear, anrd
Dated Februar
JULIUS
fe20-dtapl ast
N CHANCERY-Before th
Newton vs. Samuel S. Lush
Lydia Lunsh and
In pursuance and in virtue
chancery made in thIe above
13th day of February 1?37, I
masters of said court, shall
tion atthe Mansion'House in
city of Albany, on Monday th
twelve o'clock at noon, the
the one equal undivided sixt
parcel and lot of ground sit
thiird ward of thIe city of A
Market street, on the south b
owned and possessed by John
Middle lane, on the north b
lately in the actual occupat
deceased, and now in thIe po
being in breadth in front on
three inches, and being in w
feet seven inches, together w
ing thesame premises owne
Lush, late deceased, and now
Lydia Lush his widow; subject
of the said
And also all those certain
ground and thIe buildings the
Market street in the fourth
and known and distinguished
ration of Albany as lots nu
and which said lots are situ
street, and the parts hereby i
scribed and bounded as follow
tion of South Market and B
northwardly along South Mar
thence westwardly along th
number to a point in the
the easterly from the western
parts sixty-six feet seven i
of said alley on a south line
from the point of intersection
sixty-six feet seven inches t
ted Albany, February1


AT a court of chancery held for tihe stat of New
at the citv of New York, o e twnty-ird day
ol IDecember, one thousand eight hundred anid thirty-six--
Present, William T MeCoun, vice chancellor of the first o
circuit. 't ecreditorsoWilia D
Charles Kelsey vs. Joseph Brower and others, dec
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court, ryvouchers
that process of subpoena ihas been issued out of aind under hi
the seal of this court directed to the defendant Joseph bef
Brower, who is a resident of this state, but diLat such pro-
cess could not be served upon said defendant, by reason der
of his absence from this state-on motion ofJohn N.Tay- an
lor, esq. solicitor for complainant, it is ordered, that th
said defendantdo cause his appearance to be entered, and
notice thereof served upon time conmplaintant's solicitor ta
iewithin three months from the date of this order, ard int
case of his appearance that he cause his answer to the c t ofAlanynotice
complainants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof served on
said solicitor within fortydays after service of a copy of voI
said bill, and in default thereof that said bill be taken ast
confessed; ard it is further ordered, that the said com- 41.S
plainant within twenty days cause this order to be pub
wished in the state paper and in the newspaper entitled
The New York Evening Post, printed in the city ofNew-
York, and tobe published in each of said papers for eight
weeks in succession and once at least in each of said 1.oI
weeks. Copy. JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk. the creditor
John N. Tayler, sol'r for compl't. ja5-8Sw decesed,
A T a court ofchancery held for tIe state of New York, ry
at the city of Albany, on the thirty-first dlay of De- st
cember, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six-Pre f
sent, Reuben H. Walworth,ehancellor.
Elizabeth Wait Tibbits and Margaret McCoun Tibbits oc10-6
vs. George Tibbits. Jacob L, Lane, John T. McCoun, "
Howard ribbits, Tomni McCoun Tibbits, Sarah Matilda 11
Tibbits, George Griswold and Le Grand Cannon. th
It appearing by affidavit to tie satisfaction of thiscourt
that the bill in this cause was filed for tie partition of twv n
certain tracts, pieces or parcels ot land hereinafter de- sc
scribed, that processofsublrena to appear intheabove en-
titled cause, has been issued out of and under the seal
this honorable court, directed to the defendants Hlowar
Tibbits and Tom McCoun Tibbits, each of who is a
dent ofthis state, hiutthat suclh process could not be serve
on either of said defendants by reason of their absence s
from thisstate-on motionof r VilliatnII. Van Schoon- of
hoven, esq. solicitor for the omplainants, it is orrd
that the said defendantsHowardTibbitsanil( Tom rMcCoun l
Tibbits, do each ofthemcause his appearance to be enter-
ed, and notice thereofto be served oni the solicitor for til
complainants, on or before the fifteenth day of'April next, t
and in default thereof, that said bill may be taken as con-
fessed against them; and it is further ordered, that this or-
der be published in thestate paper for three mnonthis succes-.
sively once in each week. The first of said tracts, pieces
or parcels oflanid is described as follows, to wit:be rendered befo
certain part of an island called Green Island situate, lying
and being in the town of Watervliet in thie county of Al-
bany; and bounded north by lihat part of the said island [L.
which belongs to George Tibbits, east by Hudson river,
and west by the southern branch or sprout oftthe Mohawk
river, containing abh-')ut one hundred and twenty-
excepting out ofime same four ccrtniin pieces or parcels o
land conveyed to tihe Rensselaer and SaratoganRilroad
Company by David Cady and Margaret C. Cady his wife, T
byanindenture bearing datethe first day of Septemberone k
thousand eight himndred and thirty-five. The first ic
said pieces is in and by said indenture butted and bounded
and described as follows, to wit: all that certain piece or n
parcel of land situate on Green Island in the county of AI- -y
hany, commencing at a stake on the south side of the
Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad at low water mark on fore
the Hudson river, and extending thence Porlh fifty-one d-
grees and forty-five minutes west two chains, thencenorth
forty-nine degrees thirty-three minutes west fortyi
feet one and one half inch, thence north forty-four degre
Sand thirty-four minutes west severity feet one and one half
inch, thence north thirty eight degrees and forty-eight m
nutes west seventy feet and one and one half inch, thence
north thirty-three degrees and two minutes west seventy
feet and one and one half irch, thence north twenty-seve
degrees and sixteen minutes west seventy feet o
half inch, thence nor h twenty-one degrees and thirty
nutes west seventy feet and one half inch, thence north
teen degrees and forty-four minutes west seventy feet an
one hall' inch, tlhence north nine degrees and fifty-eighti-
nuteswest seventy feet one and one hialfinch,thencenorth
four degrees and twelve minutes west seven
one hiallinch, thence north one degree and thirty-founr n i-
Snutes east seventy feet one and one half inch, thence north
seven degrees arid twenty minutes east seventy feet onet
Sand one half inch, thence north thirteen degrees and six
Smiinutes east seventy feet and one half inch, thence north
eighteen decrees and fifly-two minutes east seventy feetI
one and one half inch, thence north twenty-one degrees
f and three-fourthls of a degree ea
feet, thence along the line offence between thIe lands late-
ly belonging tothie said Daniel Cady a.d George Tibbits
due east ninety feet six inches, thence south twenty-one
Degrees arid three-fourths of a degree west twenty-eiglht
hundred and thirty feet, thence south eighliteen degrees
fifty-two minutes west sixty-one feet ten and one half
Inches, thence south thirteen degrees and s
sixty-one feet ten and one half inches, thience south
degrees and twenty minutes west sixty-one feet ten a
Sone halfinches, thence south one degree and thirty-four
Minutes west sixty-one feet ten andone halfinches, thence
south four degrees and twelve minutes east sixty-one feet
Sten and enelnaltinches, thence south nine degrees an
t ty-eight minutes east sixty-one feet ten and one half inch
Ses, thence south fifteen degrees and forty-four minutes east
Ssixty-one feet ten and one half inches, thence south twen-
: ty-one degrees and thirty minutes east sixty-one feet ten
and one half inches, thience south twenty-seven degrees o
' and sixteen minutes east sixty-one feet ten and one halfO
Inches, thence south thirty-three degrees and two minutes
east sixty-one feet ten and one Ihalf in
thirty-eight degrees forty-eight minutes east sixty-one foet I
ten and one half inches, thence south torty-four degrees
and thirty-four minu es east sixtv-one feetten and one hal
inches, thence south forty-nine degrees and thirty-three
minutes east forty feet, thence south fifty-one degrees for
ty-five minutes east one hundred & thirty-two feet, thence
soutl forty-four degrees and fifteen minut
two feet six inches to the place of beginning. The
is described as all tiat certain
situate on Green Island in the county of Albany, commen-
cing in the south lineofthe Rensselaer and Saratoga Ra
road and at the southwest corner of the bridge now con-
structing across the Hudson rive
south sixty-five degreestwest thirteen hundred and fifty feet
to low water mark in thIe lower or west sprout oftthe Mo-
hawk river, thence north twenty-two degrees west eighty-
two feet six inches, thence north sixty-five degrees eas
tlve' hundred and sixty-four feet tothne south line of
Rensselaer and Saratoga Raulroad, thence south sixty- o'
eightdegrees east ninety-eight feet to the place of begin-
ning. The third is described as all that certain other pi
or parcel ofland situate upon Green Island aforesaid, and
on the east side ofthetwest or low r s o
r-TVieran, on the soutihimy side or lnd.ast rfoive tesertTie
piece or parcel ofland, commencimag at low water mark a
on the easterly side of tho said west or lower sprout of th
Molnawk river, and on the somth side ofthe last above de-
scribed piece or parcel of land, and extending thence alon
the south side ofssaid piece or parcel ofland north sixty-
five degrees east four hundred and seventy feet, thence
soomthm eleven degrees east four hundred and seventy f
thence south sixty-five degrees ivest four hundred amdt(
venty feet to low water mark on the easterly side of sai
west or lower sprout of the Mohawk river, thence along
said sprout of said river at low water mar
degrees west four hundred and seventy feet to
beginning, containing five acres ofirud; and the fou
described as all that certain other piece or parcel
situate upon Green Island aforesaid, boun
beginning at low water mark on the west bank of
Hudson river under the centre


B V order of hien. Richard R
NewYork, notice is here
pro)visionis of tie statute iau
non-resident debtors, flihat
agnamnst the estate 01
R-1tI A, a resident of Rio G
America, and thiat the sants
of his debts, unless he appear
meit, according to law, wii
first publication of this not
any debts due to Iiiti by res
delivery to hiim or fr Ihis
this state, belonging to him,
preceimty hby hini are forbid
ted thne-22d dlayofApril


F. Ba, Cu
Attorney for att


IbY order of thIe hion. Mich
J judge ofthe court of comn
ouniv oy cf Newv-York, notice is
the provisions of the statute
against non-resident debtors
sued against the estate
dent of the kingdom of France,
sold for tile payment of his
discharge su-hI attachment,
months from the first public
the payment of any debts due
state, and the delivery to him
ty within this state belongin
oivk K n&, re forbidden h,
void. Dated thIe TIdt d
BURR & B
sal0-9m Attorne
D V ord-.rofi h on. Michael U
-b the court ofcomnmon pleas
New York, notice is hereby
visions of tihe statute auth(
non-residenit debtors, that a
against the estate of MED
of Camden in thie state of Ma
be sold for lI he payment of l
and discharge sucl attachment
nine months from the first p
tha-t the payment of any debt
!.his state, and the delivery
property within this statebel
fer of any such property by
are void. Dated the 23d
TIHIEOI)ORE S,
de'2-9On Attorne
N O'TICE-Application will b
at its present session, for
a company with capital of
the city of New York, and to
gage Insurance and Loan
whiich shall be to guarantee
terest on bonds and mortgage
therefore to said company; a
form arny nd every such thinr
make bonds and mortgages m
investments. The income o
company, being rendered as
as are thie incomes from ba
ment securities.
OTICE-Pursuant to an o
thIe county of Albany, not
the creditors ofPeter E. Elm
city of Albany, to present th
proper vouchers thereof, to
the attorney of the subscriber
street, in said city, on or b
next. Dated Jan
PETER SAN
JOHN S
fe2-(fim
TNJOTICE is hereby given tl
S made to the legislature of
session, for an act incorporate
ed The American Society f
Knowledge, thIe object of wh
useful knowledge .
N OTICE-Applicationnwill bi
of the state of New-Yor
thereof, for the incorpora
name of the Mohawk and
for the purpose of sawing and
other articles of wood; also
located in tihe county of Alb
thousand dollars. Feb. 4,
OTICE is hereby given th
made to the legislature of
for an act to incorporate a ch
listed in the city of New Y
city for the relief of Hlalf
in thecity of New York; and i
provide for, instruct and pr
APPLICATION will be made
state of New York, now in
corporate the CLIFTON I
pita;l of 00,000, with lri
$500,000, to be located in lIt
and.
A PPLIATION will be mad e l
state of New York, now in s
,ornorate. the CLIFTON


BY order of hon. John 'T.Irv
of common pleas in and f
New York; notice is hereby g
sions ofthe statute authors
resident debtors, that an a
the estates of RALPH T
residents of the state of Co
will be sold for the payment o
pear and discharge such at
within nine months from the
tice; and that thle payment
residents of this state, and
their use, of any property w
them and lihe transfer of an
any purpose whatever, are
void. Dated the 29th d
D. M. C
del0t-9m Attorn
Y order of the lion. Richar
r ty of New York, notice
THIANIEL F. WARING, ar
debtor, and to all others who
plication and due proof made
suant to thIe directions of the
state of New York entitled,
sconding and absent debtors, h
ofthe said debtor to be seize
and discharges his debts, w
notice of stich seizure, all t
payment of his debts. Dat
1836. GRAHAM,
dc30-3m Attorney
Y order of Samuel W. Jone
county courts of the cou
sellor, &c., notice is here
has issued against the esta
or late of the city of Schen
cealed debtor, on due pro
against abrconding, conceal
and that the same will be
debtors, unless hlie, the said
discharge such attachment ac
months from the first publ
that the payment of any deb
property belonging to the sa
use, and thie transfer of any
pose whatever, are forbidde
ted the 26th day of
STEPHEN A
ja30-3m Attorn
B Y order of the hen, Mich
I judge of the court of co
city and county of New York,
suant to the provisions ot th
ments against non-resident de
issued against the estate
dent of Norwich in the state
same will be sold for the pa
appear and dischatirge such a
within nine months from there
tice;a and that the payment
r.J... -hi-_ tLt. .-.-I th.. I-_.'r.I


BY virtue of a pow'rri co.t n
oD f mortgage hearing date i
ril in tIe year one thousand
executed by Rubin D. Wickha
own of Coevmans end coun
iew York, to ConraA, e Tenu
nd county of Albany, and
honv Ten Eyck, of the town
lensselaer and state of New
o. 23 of mortgages, on pages
f November one thousand ei
n the clerk's office ofth.e ci
pon which there isno'w claim
indred and fifty-twxo dollars
in piece or parcel of land witl
:tted in the totvn of Coeyman
)ow3: beginning at the southea
orbsaid Conrad Ten Eyck, no
5chcrmerhorn, at the turnpike
iine degrees east five chains,
l'egreps and fifteen minutes
'.iht links to a rock lying i
-rederic Hfeight's east line
louse In which .Joseph Wins
hence southerly along the ro
ong the turnpike to the place
crews of land, be the same mor
ie auction at the city hall i
eiglhteenth day of May 1837,
and the mortgage then and th
according to thIe form of the
provided. Dated
BAIENT
ANDRPEW E
Executors of Conrad
JACOB A. i
ANTHONY
Frothingham & Lansing, i
T0 EXONERATE F
Pursuant to Revised Stat
V., title 1, Iart. 5; relate
ments by an insolvent, f
eating his personF i
AMES F. HOWE, notice first
1837; creditors to appear
recorder of lire city of New-
City Hall of tihe city of New
1S37, at ten o'clock in the for
A LANSON HIU-ISON, notic
her 17 1836; creditors to
Cuslhnman, recorder of the cit
city, on the twenty- fourth da
clock in the forenoon.
EORGE LANMAN, notice fi
1837; creditors to appear
recorder of thie city of New Y
hall of said city, on the si
eleven o'clock in the foren
JOSEPH H IARRIS, notice f p
1837; creditors to appear be
of the city of New-York, at
in said city, on the fourth o
tlh forenoon.
SEORGE SOLE, individual
f Sole & Sankey, notice fir
1837, creditors to appear bef
judge of common pleas for
Vork, on the 14th day of Mar
City Hall. in said city, at


NO'TIC-ES "0 AISQ,'.
"- lY order ofthe hon. Richru
city of New Yer'k, n stire i
to the provisions of the stat t
against nmon.m-resm'nt demntori
sued against the nestate:of
EI)WARID iROWIF I:)AWSON, e
England, connmosing the now
son & Co. of Lonaion aforesRid,
same will be sold foir the payinm
appear and discharge much allr;
within nine innonhs from the fD
lice; and that tih e rp;ynintlt of'
silents ofl'tlis st:'.'t, and the
use of any property within this
and the tm-cru fepir ofanuy such
den bylaw andare void. D)at-d
IS F.B..
n,.,25 -9m At orn
Y order of tihe hon. jolmYn '
Court o' conunmen plei-s of
York, notice is hereby given, p
the stitrie authorising attac
debtors, that an attncl-nent h
of JOSEPHI BROWN andl
dents of England in thie Kin
tlihat the same wil! be sold fo
unless they appear and diss'
cording to law-, within nine mno
tion of this notice; and the
due to them hy residents of
to them r for fr i0eir use, of a
belonging to tiem, and the r
theinm. are forbiddicn by law us
day of November, 136.E
nolt-Om Aitornr
.I order of the hon, Samnuel
superior conurtot the ci
hereby give'tn, pursuant to thepr
ihorising attachments argtains
an attachment has issued ag
HAM LEWVIS, a non-resident
and that the sanue will be sold
unless he appear aind discia
ing to !aw, witlhinu nine month
of this notice; and thal tine
him by residents ofthis staten
for his use, ofany property w
himn, and It he transfer of any s
bidden by lv aw nd are void
member 183l6. .ICARL
nol9-9m Attorney


X V order ot' hon. M3ichael Uls
theeourt ofcoinrnon ple
of New York, notice is hereby
visions of the statute authiori
residenrit debtors, that an at
the estate of DANIEL M. BR
the state of Pcnnsylvalnia,
thie payment of hi (debts,, a
:uclh utt ai;chinent, acc-ording
from tlie first publication oft
menii, (' any i 4e- his duhe to iiino
tilhe delivery to him, or for
in this state brelorgiig to h
sich property by hiii, are f
Dated t;ii first, d
GK1O. '. G(01H)AIiRD,
jylR-9mn creditor
'VY order of thie lion. Micl
.EL judge of the court of c
county ol'New York, notice i
the directions of the stat
against non-resident debtors
sued against theeslate of
1)ANIEL M. BROAI)HEAD), r
Pennsylvania, and that the s
mnent of their debts, uinls
such attachment, according
from the first publication of
nentof ainy debts due tot hem
the delivery to them or for t
in this state belonging to t
such property bythem, are f
Dated this first
GEO. C. (GO h)DAfDh, A
jyl,8-i9m credit
B Y order of tle hon. John
the court of common pleas
New York, notice is hereby g
sions of thie statute authors
resident debtors, that an atta
estate of JONATHAN S.
BISHOP, composing thie firm
of Warren in the state of M
same will be sold for thIe pa
they appear and discharge s
law, within nine months from
notice; arid that the payme
-by residents of this state,
for their use, of any property
to then, andthe transfer
are forbidden by lawv and are
June, 18"36.
jy-t-n Attorne


TO DISCHARGE
[Pursuant to Revised Sta
V., title 1, art. 3; rela
ments madeppursuant to
solventand hi
W ILLIAM RANSOM, of tlei
twice first published Febr
appear before John T. Irving,
common pleas, at his office in
the twentieli h day of March,
forenoon.
JOMIN If. WVILLIAMS, notice
Fiber 20 1P36; creditors toa
Clheexer, first judgge of Albany
&c. at his office in Albany
1E37, at ten o'clock in the
SARENNIE AY.RE, ofthe ci
in hIs individual! capacityas
Wight and D)ennie Sayre,
name, slyle nand firm of A. Wi
January 7 1837; creditors to
ard Riker, recorder ofthe ci
in the city hall of said city, o
1837 at eleven o'clock in t h
hIOAMAS L. HIARTNESS,
IT published January 30 193
fore honi Samuel Cheever, f
courts, counsellor, &c., at
twelfth day of April, 1837,
D
ENRY VANDENBERGII,
as one of thie late firm ofEn
published February 13, 1837
lion. Jacob Lansing, judge of
seller, &c., at his office in tt
ty-ninth day of April 1F37, a
D


H ENRY 1). BULKLEY, not
ruary 17h, 18S37: credit
honorable Michael Ulshocffer
of common pleas of the ci
at his office in thie City H
on the *28th day of April, 1.S
noon of that day.

T O the heir. iat law of A
A txv- nof Rotterdam, in t
dece
Please to take notice, that I
,,ogate of said county at his
tida, on thIe twiventy-fifth (lay o
in time afternoon, for the pur-
testanneit of said deceased
pursuant to chapter sixtl, title
cond, of thIe revised statute
Dated thie 8th day
JOHN F.
fel3-6w Executor named in w
"N OTICE-In pursuance of
L cliard, surrogate of the
having claims against thIe esta
the city of Albany, deceased,
- :. 1i. l.1..VW 1-
of, to Gideon Hawley, esq. on
will and testament of said de
North Pearl I street in said cit
fiflh day of July next.
GIDEON
JAMES
ja.1 -6m AUGU
IN UHANCIRY-Befo
SCornelius Ileyer andt other
Isaac Heyer, deceased, vs.
F. McPherson, Isabella MeP
George McPhdr
In pursuance and in virtue o
cause, I, the subscriber, one
will expose for sale by pub
House ia North Market street
there eleventh dlay of March n
at noon, the following premi
house and lot of ground, sit
city of Albany, on the north
ded south bliy Steuben street,
by ground now or late of Th
west by ground now or late
containing on Steuben street,
lot, sixty-four feet ten inches
feet, and on the west side t
several dimensions more or
1837.
ja27-6vw
SCHENECTADA COUNTY.,
j herebLy criven, that all per
of Joseph Curtis, late of t
siad courtly, deceased, are d
F. Yates, surrogate of the s
the city of Sehenectada, in
on lie eighteenth day of Mar
afternoon, to shew cause w
given toJohn Hierrick and J
the last will awl- testamen
gage, lease or sell so much o
deceased, as shall he neces
the first day o
fc4-6w GILEF
PUBLICC NOTICE is hereby
S will be made to the Legsl
York during the present ses
time granted for the filling
Eighth WVard Fire insurance
New York, and also for redu
capital of said Company f
dollars to two hundr
New-York, Jan. 18th, 1837
N OTICE is hereby given
bridge rail road company
the legislature of the state
session, for an amendment
company power to change t
their road, in such manner
mination of any rail road t
to the eastern line of this s
one year the time of comnenn
road. January 15,1837.
N O'TICE is hereby given tha
n to the the legislature of
sessisn, for an act to convey
ing house of Westerlo, an
the Dutch church of Prasic.
!o, Albany county, to the e
formed Protestant Dutchl Ch
successors
January 16, 1t'S37.
TO'rTICE is hiereby given, t
I made to the legislature
at its present session, for a
corporate the society in the
('Prmn Afntlin Rnppti fnT,^^Ic. r Xf. iw ndni^n )


' ",order of'he hon. Juhir
_& court of conmmnftn pleas fo
York, notice is hIcrby given,
he statute author's us. attack
concerlcd dlibtors, that aun
ihe estale of VIlAIAM lI
of tii:; ,itrte. an ahbscondin
n thle county or Oneida, arm t
ie payment of his d-b.'s, Un
charge such attacihmIent acc
hoeths from tl. first puLlic
he payment of any debt, and
'Ilongi ng to such debtor, to hi
fer of any property by hirm t
bforbidden by law and are voi
'coiberr llti.
no29-3m Attorn
B order ofthe lion. Richard
of New York, notice is
thlie provisions of the statut
against non-resident debtors,
against the estate of1 S Ti
Falhnouth in Jamaica; and th
the payment of his debts, unl
such atlachnient according
froni the first publication o
ment of any debts due to him
the deliveryto hiim or for h
this state belonging to him,
property by him, are forbid b
led the 29th) day
MIUlTE &
ja-9m Attorney
I)Y order of hon. John T. I
jl York coimmion p!eicas, not
ant to I he provisions ofthe s
against non-resident debtors
sued agaiiist the estate of T A
England in the Ktngdom of Gre
sa'Ine will be sold for the p
appear and discharge such a
within nine inonth.,s froni the
tice, and that thlie payment of
dents of this state, and l!:e d
any property within this sta
tran: for of any su:hli proper
and are void. l)ated the d
ItENRY E.
doat mn Attorn
JOY order of the honorable
9 of the city and county of A
given, pursuant to the provi
sing atlachments against non-
tachiment has issued agEfin
P11 ILLEO and TRUMAN E.
Ohio, anid that the same wil
their debts, unless they apple
ment, according to law, with
publication of this notice;
debts due to them by residents
ry to them or for their use,
state belonging to them, and
perty by them, are forbidde
thet 4th dlay of
H. C. IVI
fe6-.9m Attorne
ij order of Michtel Ulhoc
Gl tre court of comin.pn p
ofNew-\York, notice is her
provisions of the statute au
non-resi(tent debtor, thai
against thle estate of
Eli?, composing the firm of
Mafsaliuhetts, non-resident
and that the same will be s
debts, unless they appear an
according to law, within nine
cation of this notice; and t
due to then by residents of t
them or for their use, of an
belonging to them, and the
ty by them, are forbidden by
this 7th day of Janua
ja20-9nit Attorn
b Y order of hon. Michael
Sof the court of common plei
county of New York, notice
tile provisions of the statu
against non-resident debtors,
aaainstthe'estateofTUST
Panama in South Anmerica, an
for the payment of Ilis debt
charge such attachment, ac
months from the first imblica
the payment of any debtsdue
state, and the delivery to hi
perty within this state belong
ofanv such property by him
are void. Dated the 31
WHITE &
no7-9m Attorney
B Y order of tile lion. Michae
ofthe court of common ple
of New York, notice is hereb
visions of thie statute author
resident debtors, that an att
estate ofJOiIANN D)AN
residents of Frankfort on t
the same will be sold for the
they appear and discharge su
law, within nine months from
notice; and that tlie payment
residents of this state, and th
use, of any property within
and thle transfer of any such
den by law and are void. Dat
N. DANE
au9-9m -Attorney for
Y order of the hon. Rich
city of New York, notice i
the provisions of the statute
against absconding anw conceal
meant has issued against th
stock and exchange broker, an
absconding debtor, residing
that the same will be sold f
unless he appear and dischar
to law, within three months
this notice; and that the pay
cry ofany property belonging
his use, and the transfer of
purpose whatever, are forbid
Dated the C0th day
JNO. L.
de2-3m Attorne
Y order of the lion. .John T
court of common pleas fo
New York, notice is hereby g
sions ofthe statute authors
resident debtors, that an att
estate ofJEREMIA H FO
residents ofLubec in the stat
will be sold for the payment o
pem r and discharge such at
within nine months from the
twice; and that tlhe payment of
sidents of this state, and the
use, of any property within
and the transfer of any such
den by law and are void. Da
1936.
del'3-9m Attor


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Creation Date: February 23, 1837
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TX ninfsa V c onie Vlla B aroI k, E r olu"" PQ^IT Tn F oTvr ds DTonAL MAI) E selig the ean l emen t alas ofGogahyB and .Arther netie land piys osi
"~~V. 1--1 .".., ;"-- 1,- cove PiA I Y riin. ll
Chenango caon7y--l hlln lhatnoonvdirecan Nounupil illN D] ul'"Iell to urueto A rtio xtnt o fA. .,tho rouhincip l, rt i th euain










STo VEtl... ..., riber wo..ul...hdn.. r t "iVo "'t TE A YES, in tes e inan df. a rd s ib e tehces iSin IT a
..1ed-1,113 Iandl vtep oWATErs wUho were dapo e in get- .. .
rileig the e piv s as t year, t a nd e l. ..... Iad suc arag-1 a i ilb ofA an^ intE^ -eellcula d F rgeneriinfo rmationg aore i ta ght ie characteo ul nt
-wim n them as. ...aledrliUteity cnve ie










""no moral.naturer ti n o f or t ho tere tp eunderPOtan g a the ren a idoe, &a. the ntru ste. thea l e a sstidy. under se
I~avmpl made s rpplyardvns or OU eas r l r o- c f .
' evarin o f, pr s o n,ces hs cng wcity ne onidensfrow su GIl'DEOr nKe.nHt Fhee r lncip t hey ogewral, uer
log aend bak eing, are cf f nequallyperformed atb te sto ameI u dE hllpe tll,sea ihngle and ob o wal
I................. ... or a o k t 'i e as I" gards -a of ce .t- Fe "A, w l b
tor, apntietil or cp fsoImprovedGl cong. a B ET L GA L a es sf a on ex t hnecoarse uorint. dectetoan, glas hindg tlonrfins





menry ean leron are is vite toeea.Tame to s stos ......... -SIL^ ^ .CK S PRES L T S "r S .r1638 ^ ,1 .o lT '~ ^a -le~!*la ~ .
et ma ing .t ..irrs aprcha te; tn hup er eort bn J AN FU N TC IUOS Th tes F435 rn ehe lrp t.,e in t a qught y Bels T a T
,, 71,11 ........ u alttted, allow.to.a.hi.herclass.all( a ap r -- oyprsd d v rtiei stt ton.o










e toifcare Thia ner aen t w eIegsasotcience.PIL LSrs s o ,er .sc p ,. a pe
havegican irregulaN P f mpoe ou olr ^DRS n OT RA r it ofA PRESSES. Blorier. Attorney^ Gnrlo



ingo the high sstiu n c Iade ntt elt n CoS. e v. k MA wh Oavinge anA e Ve Ya s of of i uor-r. J r l dy







nisap dta2 plesu e L RinB N reomedn O. totep -ptery onsebaingr N lorto evry. kin d nusaear e es Pto8!1'' 1 ore rohsrqfedb te tilE =mer
..... .. esis r ,. ar icle lhat hasgt olT ever com une me papns sa on Hand Oh fr Ploug n U St r a sale, or r et a at
tir. oealdrs ongstorscwhon eaere digapo t n the' n 1e- t-Al an n d pub li-'c o '1e-u 2 e;td degd rigth' e Th e eou over- e n hoed ys e "sion
aI these eto thle isn rlaces a tore4has e na hara e- andrfinaR yis'not ain an The eleNents of do.w0,grtughtn on tionwth
:h iany-even an Beular oea, SRawnd L. ros lin a in, I"en, kdl;rean ovt iino 1,2I~,3 ...Hdo' o 2 11lor~lhlcnp c A. CRI l~TTEN ON Suecr




fnt d lyfor t o Phe a sle as with nou t ilItohseero h im o. S ....... Russell's fo. t theao veo ol Rt hSer PECTFeU LL. Y- ihe
a piro suply.at aDvin onst al e Ira ewC alt ril sfr th e Wo to d ( tte.or n.. %Vill l ai ood'. the he alth for auei l assTeTrstoeesnare:also now n r s tor
h geatconenince dspach nd conmyin fuel. F-reeon' 'I[ C amb exerli' rN.3 e pte m e aR tev HrstI N. CM PBELL in Dahya for wiln wrfrthr
Thos. L.awrence, r ll to-T cellliebrattned SieHll luh o n .T O E N E K rn'a. hrb inm ae



I Jn Wopstis..e Io tle pa .t winter, one of the a iproved Ct ry o urus e c a s "upp ie e z w PIG i[i t;Ot HAWLEy, 't.tnG
r ommeuuliem us Icinuneuael a,: owprevent ASR BKT L os, son lea-nddb e bottomsND from 56to CA ,erumo a mf ..G ,r illoi.







eS rvai any ftlromrk th i:lnformasion leifruyufa ilyta Boling surin an iihni aNtervro s tua JAMU u-Kora,
ndtte id n t eelleOts econ s e P brOVEN UTane eecute d FURN An E nDOOR, desp t ND-ununk d. .. C B .,ie fllanambaEDWt
w a.n d- -v .xp y ....... ea .... bak. r.. PUMing lTade and heaREW cUt, t u- "ga.few.. .IE ......... F
cere M rdec aoi ing, flo ne ...a... te s e time.. l.... d' c. o e-in, "r W Ln ,,te algGst se......1sI...
.o.n ..Bissepl o ayvesteryNearing.CHwillSlie .. .. ..l las wWbctsri sP ANDERPORTL.sattalrotitesmBenl
ScthvndHack untrynae nendseu 1an Lon kuTheionS and any 3 0wothermsi nfortie in y e ar,2'3nw eekstom'h. --PH A'BRL T.te
S^ ^ T ^ ^ ^TO -iIITSmyotai Wedtnesday tin t Ws Wts 03Wtr tet




Moaretin. movemba s .e....hedm StA the ls W ednes Aay be addese IR JAMR S I I ICDr. W.JEvans' no nicr'i
woki t ladoe Cab .ni PlattJ. r ", w .o ,toge r w C G lthd als0 ny desiou of phecBRON 7 tand c
h.a heasone. Horoae.W, forte ,Darnie Gover T. Dnr tile lN E sever and inntsIAAR C HIBALE sttleo icL a, e i nfor med ,a 'te
diascd of you, I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~anshi onl pleasedwt, Edsonticularly S PPal antiGS-PM hisNG fas titteudrsge a napine gn yMsr



kiung o wveryn us all qanetiy of fuen, itortneq s (st Tonc.ndtwha rin al, oan extensive assortnment oPlo h H le Co.. of .-nroe, Mcin w po
Hl-tNsi, onS ol er m ,H annr Te on v E clt ilkt with tieouton f ~rigsandaloa ose a akcr datg f aigaslcino h etlcto n.getybnnt


nth nttd takepteasurein refompa n ingy.outba my Patternaments, e b raci ol ahn, o ilIeer kind c n uspape, keap- pAoie of agodit oi.etiltrt e cTive Acaderm f '
a. Brnardei artinset ruttioneoerdomebunermyi onagrv- co prtbingty on geadth eon g Plo ughr p, ;.. a, wiz h to. prc e (arrange quan y te y .m P nnd- a e tro
:e. LIts pe eu -i t e rtin enabl es titser uh oat r an therStarbek's ,inboxTs, sh bads, c 0 t "e land 'c by "pss ae of u










^S, time o b oinf~our pla ns, adtoae nn^c lteson.10 2 1^T -8 e c'urlgt 'sN o."cr~ 0, 1,onn edendre thLeear w t ne"u' ri"t" ^" "8 'dtn F""16"[' *ir
:ha Ieen a d reg ary h ean d and. bour t lang artlo veu, was in'g, roundingro om ud fuln, s ca ets&- D iom" a -k in. ths cty, at t dollars pe a sw










Thos. repetulwr ence. r. As--Tim < ceerae Sd- i PluhN. 1 an d rat of Tsr R.a O .,EoN thE K d relivery o t he reby Hu sion m Ol
avlin ha0 inre be,11. C lot winter, n o schtheoiaproed Countryrofoand rs c om on oro a uai rr cil ren. I. and papeON Tonfic. a
Cortland un st H o ne H rae lis, .pocreo easnalisins o bupereor ale kegs lahge rl i theGtH









boilr ic ng stove~s 1 anmt cerel sa y, ro m myelt~ ^ owu aIidiler lae coac-i hOALA eaO forD sale by ERASTUS aOsrN 4 totersetblt nlsad fteaoe
cremation and fre o tlhe information on y amly thrat Boln STurnin &nd WARRinisng, Ai Bldtheir agenteu Apy at or 7rs, a et-OiNstr ud nrder e
deidedlyanHALSBRTaTl economy rinciailastover t perP bOanehes xu ed withE ne s ad d
T pkinsadbiliug four boiiersabookGrtonPhspse neoGtaim Mand 3dr. 1S36, anti i
yhecousumption ofaverallplea ntipyofue AlvaheHuit, bring fo t practicaipl w O AK wl rsuran ieisng elect theyo '
o rto ocokHN Dt d e arp e wheulatons d canynother inf ormai t io n nlio ae lg d toesi- ed ittAi arc. Mrs.JB.lardckwell,151M th
recite.l'kxIbb'd~'ottonr]lOteeS














hescticu David ha .s h ut veraet ti~on odn h .skm enfor Whi n s erso TiO A it Vbehalf, n ar 'owl an d Mr qE alitya te teculia
Hastnthree ade s one e. en.sPratrcas ingroved fo r y O aN w Ho INsu s may obtPi n cmpatings bc a and thavral dpOr mAs ,Wvz. elagicaT, n
I -ng seasor toanes in tae.sinc gtiscitye ler oure o wne re n- Furnae made". osrc Scotch Iron.R-Rio HAMch i Wan und er Dr T
;rdigitaothepband ofthebeingdecidedtl yto Sohb s ld ar wi- Al aprt o ed c aiy to tie forwarded to anypri t o her P c d t l a nLis tender e NdA ,o t ll th e a w
eat onum wer shal been able d w to frihav u s mootle tov h i( and governed Gyt eam u ti Aueadt e a ar c p ot nty or eur gto n sl


,ofhe kind fin baking oiing c a nd rtosaasting fhanve of t tes or the note Oe rs etne be ceui adrsd o E tcd o s or lo r a I spiges n I
lendaeristic e.far ispe durato beanysweh e e i sneA- thn Insured fr 5v N Ears, asl S o F urn e a Te re en ted, aod 8-t" LAi a..r
ries, nd ceonsmoeTsburraesm wll qu antitysof wo od for e re Proof, to t he a rs of t Messs- li ustcy.sTU s te-Rin. sAtemn arna pees
wittndfit A stov esm e p re ane iths v possib e Mrot Be l coontiy are iast n ninstr er va w











workeit dates. T epo itrs can e n .ipnl rem ent. Commni &-11 Co.'", _1 ]"" "I1's3B aaii dby te ffi [c}lties ofpuc a .NS-n, -hPersn ersly in rpouseo saeta, a
Jr. s of c itize ns f e ave n fmtrboiler oEinilag IstoveA-AND Stu coe, Ae i noc having to pay ey b eend inireld tlovsco te. E rof hgaV &nS ar in or nid t
d-owei o couIahns oia ite blastfuirn acsi u Iar ly .,H' AE R HA GIN GS.-WII5AM. VOR ANGe hal tha- A thoneersi gn S hal breeu Aappo e gny, O o e ssr s 17 1 trnub
raP2ntJ o OfLh e ery smal&qn a.trny of t fusel it requ rei ned by rt o n& ext of Miniekiei iton order hnol sligf theh insses eery arteh
Herman Ten yaek.s ilk and cottoN frine C anG S ll wstda as curGI L-adut a eP ml aeei ot s to and.eriJnt greatryli and
My re Forell and CO satisfied wi th yon r i sroved r owr ingsr o rin singagre vari tyoffptttern- aswishtoapuhase oan y qa nt t I
*ihg stove so us Icomr nations t. respected peyingsr-p TORIES, ofll : sited te eesy ofseudin s
perfety corre t t e wetertainwy e tonoizesery ueh hair and RoAs aL in ttthessesranich e eathers, c eds, uan- toltheclanden offie ce dnes s











el is r teu a m ountiotri okted th atugh witpe r form It d oep d ove p atlas es & e;- wl usi a ke to or e-ot e l t s a ere tefi wa nt i to b y n h M ech nic'r S I R an F r e s o 'rr w i
ire theruan there sihot, e and taer isa _o articuled in oItECTO RS B eiu thi i, w o acre, ue to t he \Ve
U i-adresp tfotly, Ithle Please, I ea Pe. d rafts the holis. M Co.,No lan, corn erier o.92 thea e 11 d s
o as. wer geese fe at h Pers rycommoatle, haira s e ry certii a d Co o br t saidp urss tem ot c t e- ROAD s. ouSTkeeps












nm Ire ncyon e ud fo the imp rve d onrtbi eron .nk in Gos ue io q al i ie in arge or sm a l ac aeld oc9O 'n T H O M ASHn k s a il a lGanOdUdG H r la e I v r A f ***.. ol er a sh a'te cn M rtJ J I r~ o i I-
sucah aeirantgebsstove. vew rhti n u Jse., Iated wiled "awing John c ght, i c t Bvicli In re]
'May .9,1,mu.: Leof PATTERNS, of -~bbt tillv Trwhic



_ informede eair n as, as roasil othe cauretimoth e"at.bovI n.oter-ra-'-sof0 p at'sTa.ah,, te.
:s he, sauppersar so fonrud a ros to direc omtpe heat edStvates. oClassrass, for s y s s c ibr to kgleep etasl oy R n ow ing rs s h
everof oitr ed thtiel co nge Fun r ni ce a n dt furnishe dt i h r t oi c ci e, A nd POT-s BTu Pt er, Pen Ap yte & No rt i al'e trow t, 1n10,000 cas
'ot( herma wi binc g unequa lled bya ny stovemb r ino pcAB i K to ssre, Scaing le s and doul botmag ,ly firom5e o e o f the Institution a en ue i stru ct in var ou l


in or any O ser ma rk i rte int in of ras onabl a y nON er or f Nat
-te t ,an reite r dasIt, frega a- aewl ,,,, ', ,. r ,it Us ba inel s H a ndT R Jo0 -ciernc ofa. an.D vi, .

and reaer arono ey invfee .d toprefermine tt hese-tove$noe -ayet o itB ELPER AS' OT E ."ry S tu dp.ies Va 75 E q P ease. dc2( -dothers, tha
", 111 .WAG- "Um. ..Shelalmo














c ifatfrod, m Tht'he Ag'h-nd wsol,,. particularly woiued reemme n wo wtre ti, fa- n STNWm MrI e .g.. . of, ..
sec itilons o lh ncuntry h ave b e venret awn dtrdfrel oec1b i ,t rane tbee $0ice 25. Total $20C~cSL peri annum.r 10 rsorati~ toffe h Mrs
us i nTfTc~i.^~ v Agency.nis WEGH S 7, 14-52, 05,6,adflA.AEG TS nls an iMa thematical, 95trm 75 s a lnd sad ay enr
.it~tte atth ttr. eowar nnxd -SH E T AT.
^ o ~ w~ inchcHAmbrN o. PRATT:* HAL SCRA ERS PORTABL FU NA ES HAW Classical inluin aso ayoth ab
SER RON MA DRI LS fr C ppe.9rith, BO K. we o mlk(,kno n tle rea goo -1hav deive
havehadoneof E IN Prtt'simpove for bolerBIN ERS'sli NOARI
kingatoes n ue i mykithen fo th las si anextnsie cs~otmeit f Pough Forinsrucionin renh, ilepri
paent, t whch te tustes dd 92IV V.,A[ haing dypepia fthewort kndI m


:m. illpocliascostrctinpeabls tenueritlte I" eaItd Vrn planes ks

used di rec~y to theifirpwithoutdthainterpositingofeat are
P ronpalott-- sinth oth o leorbo tiveroo Anlstohpi cs-isdone Wood', (01 3 ,adsu W onosd'esfulCperaI 2&3o ld .C.asseof T oDO AR PE A R .
you, my~~~filmly are~~~~well pleased. ~~it prom h beeisarifor frmism prnedlEliemuualunsuanebenuefysettedbyrersos lnglrsidntsade
a t opehallionuse ofe poktwinntherboesoth mann rov~ wed nCuntyFuderstoo, cannofilto senlisteeydsneet n h r elaqaned withP tR N GD N hA 1e bsies
d oiespth r ncookig stoves, I ucn verYsylttewodfr or" heInperown IRE B ICKbel, Cing a soiANDant unsu rp asse i ualtaliae
that~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~ isdn.Mu,%anrgt vr enwoisrsi hscmaybcmsaadfvrll o giculur, ,bein-g eligibly looated in thure
erv.tmembermilnfrom theeinformations(if iy itsiprosphattBoltingsTurningrandiFinishingtIli ,ichigtneirndanoopayment be-
decidedlyan exelle t .an d eonmcatove. tpe--- ranhesti xe o i plcute withnanheissrendirespatc ieh. s ot Ag eqird Ntilth tile is ega Ly ete n h rh
wel'lfiatsan d Rexp editouly dlltieoeains" wba i thapoedscrtyt h ,o pu, ie2o1a r ea nfdn ssrneistneedt l, htal
.n t nm eof nte e ;o"h euedtesoe w ihISgO- plaibnthesauuernsurds distheasasrd -desisble pporunittfersecurngallonethss
otne andbulnin s oneass"ur b ier battle sautiea nd dh- eofhr is. uonwih oehepy fvWILLn, ad prto f hs I Abd Mais rfra aeseuatoBI o
Igl faoeDtav'~r~os T h id .Gr y.-ialcul atof isohe nsure d anyo thi eranfrs ma tion nrl atons: to iusr ans- be reHseotedPB LL M:J.Vady
b tepubc ie.Aer a w noftpereationueeinhsk tchenfor- uotenotncrst ry, ic.ent z'he~s'iti u Try 0AIeASte H .an eio th ir vahe, M.whiiftieilonUtt
;heirCO TO dae.Terpitr aenieMl ee"p~ ttetn,@;aC n1nntS mayobs].utaincatng" ayt tise di -utiTfrH OASin, W .ie l gnraliintr to ir .
plrso thwreev.onteh....ne ........ N. Pra.t.', .
~~~~~~~~. Furnace te aeptrtmnSctch Iyerson n r t topr-Autoe Rs,6 I CHaeteeARD bany IT,'OtoerAir3 t cmp ary sus Waerns te.
,orancing arkoves,,tlaesq.goeath poue o as ter n-iuofti PHeIfinua n}u~i m ter ol-fLPS.VANELNSG ,f APi(LMrs. W t bops
3igito thew public, 's dat ed cinde 136(dlth~ees" d toeasrt e l rticlts"hsbe abgt h nne fa v-
toWILIM .MAVfEnleArauracNoe& WLLAa0 MLLR
Istuneru isntie) 'It'".isag ofuhrablerersontid asimple in-l reuirdcoil- ]-[ Dr.[ W. Evans-Slr: Thati e ofer hi D
remio re and mon rnesbtatismallquanith y ofwodr s o rve ev ery is renstoet layo ote -cgr6 ofill. s. E. STU servcst h uli o iernin ftnmus
dftrlV( froJU T IG N L N -Pr sdsruofpa stat thlong wi l ongth i m en I ha ve)alaSO stecr i e-ti ra tlrc
[r.ing it-Thedditg tivl fu o Ih in lermallottng t ove ay ao] .S teO aBLs, DPHOLSCnTER gi lnd
xcoat f te erysmalfqanitnofeuelitreqire.tecevedbyihelatst rrial, a etenitessreqnirofesckesusC. o'eMnroictionsb hoposessev
Her futea epsu scmoran blen a Eyck fsik adBotownfrin es aloosi ostddmskcrPrvtiaerr, orn ing a selecilon.oftAebe st loa tioBen, and r ybnf
t 1. ornamhur.-entstem stcmfral4 se- i .. &,r,;rH aplsoiea ndcm o hic t ol ol.H ilrcie resfo uh f tacr.
r. eastItv make ple asr ind innforinge y uptatce yi ev r s rom'.i,, gr-, 'Jretyofhn aterans., h s o a ws op rh setc-ay q a
ud arIelst isn yufiedrwthe invenimpoe fu oniler cnly ilhanld, suprb Gan lrsp ein ee as;or, JJ tholIh ,I,
I TSchpesosV. ll b' s cit, Charlcs A. lopseningspei lanydr e ntailMb .ll OTEPHENI G ca'gn, lt
aeris T avY~ourr_,ecomm endtinsrk, e' Jerspeting, itwe hairandm oss, '' matresssu iegee etes esco-ttea
al orct tcra iny economizesei veryhp, mB.Tubch I XeryTro brige,1,
for se erth e amoun at o bservedthat ei fo mar i n d ul pat-all ss s;&r B l a keN t oP T A Ade r t aes't. Cacr est ey w atHom phr y, E "h &e c .ha kics und F rer s',
'tvsI, vntdbfsaren 11mnanPade ahonwnd wad e utrainsRASTcarp.eOts, ottomy.a ns akul7ciy i w olrsprarsbec ote etT
Yor,proem tsp oeo etflly ca Eiya il.h1.Pasey.B iegseed ifer'mx:T a- hera,-' common (toA~ C~- .ritnon J~ octw ps 7t re
't recommendathe irwampnt'sroved fur oitro kigeompeio qartes, i" "% n large Or vrsmall p...a,.... ckages n =h-'a... ............. G..UGH
t, oft bengtheedststovesI cone r h ed byl i u e, I ris,I
i i fr e me woi,... andr oaed st at h .th e undurtimedCA C H t Ag nt u''),l t ls ty d he. toi ras l NOW 1Pack e ferentces c o. D blalIr w ,ii00 0e s
and n /lelpos" a eore r ausilv r pae oc a e, o aeb c' ,st h epcablt n tnig fteaoe SrtgaSrns 3r hn
'he a.ersar. .oc.strctd a t diecnth ub a rt dtonde gaDecasntredma
ever.. it isrequiretecokig i, doe wi ...p~th great ,..15..................WARRENine Bidig ~tlknn pl
'i,~~~~~~ ~~~ sMrpssesm.y the stoe 1 aveev rseeu "s -n.ed"ical offic--e, i.'sat No,. '7 Divisustyieeenrsttreeyni with.,'all, Wooduds, on
dfatuy neatand a fruchfrouldas"freomm en md ewit to the ,faIO. ,, ,,Shrhs. ........fr -. B. O
hiat h atohr s edrd oepr ie'itNy inthe adjuty ngand pcou nty of Abn -itstse. Puu Vlo& slng ,HIesd 6dav
anletilrou53 SouthapMrrket street. This companyin wasticharteredhagents for tilee sale weflid pr in Michigane, ae thoselho weree ri
blat-i th h- fou bile"cokngsov fors- Ma ry 3d~overe ad b is oinsu essful theirpoiesatio. hes of TWO DOLLA8CRS PER 'ACR .HvngI bL -r t e
yu, myfml ae g l lae.Itpromste b ency. is\V. fVom tirspeptfuciplinformsuhualiinendsancedays [cntseelycredoveredrs
eth atris d tone. li aW in rgh.Eeryr a bman- who ]1-.-in ...su ....es-- in thi compny becomes a atirfavorabelfrarie an t] Lue ,bigegblloa dinte r
I member11,r ndi s irclyineesedi
..- __ --"- -" \Irv, -. h t,C l .,- tn, hr,:l.,, i, ,tir,d inp .. .t, ,,ivehsn tt,I inarnity, ut ila t his e o du art crle rdne e n wat s wi


7INS' PERFECT UTNION COOK- It .1.- ,o ,ie.' ., I. *; .... --pi.... ofhgioins rurct le ru orri Was Sent foret t
STOVES-W hlaen anewatioveis offered to the n -1 1.- 1 ,1" [1 ", '4 ]M r '*'1\ F: ,l ,,,' ,, '" ", ,,,,,l will t a "lltielbee'il logan ei o
iA custom nry to inform them of the m erits of the 0 "'" i" 0" .1 '.r r.. ., .. .1 :*. t.l 't Club,,w w ilibe c
id,. Tile boilers oft --.1..rpe." ... who have hall opportunitties to decide upon its merlsa .,,- -
idate. The oilers of ,lhi stove are broogbt E' + v.**, ,+ .......... ,. ........,..1 .. ............1 A~P it 'ANGI'tW(-''W r'a n,^ mRAG a n ir h n esiad pu
the fire than in any other conking stove, and a office, in all delicate di&gnnefitlso, lvi-", rrfi ,,1. ,1- P o^Ste1ivene, s n ?u heft (
fac e is ao sc te o en a t tim e b y t il e e oileu ardfl a m e c er i an d a ll i m p u ri t iesf o f t ah e b loo d I o o t W i th ri ch1. I. h .. o t r h v e lv e t a n d a i bo rde r s s a
at of this stov-e doe not proje,t bteyond tile firc- enc given him for rrany years, ruy dernotntrtm u,3 l''F9 s ri '*,ttvat'iet'ly ('I'nteritt He^ l~lvT'?n^wil
the roaster ecaobe placed bearer the fire than in ,? ,.." ., ..,,-,,,,- it,,,k,,. ,r ..(,ri i, ..... fo ,, >hrrt. ro tw in varie
'es having projecting flontfl, and e nseq ient y t" % i i i ian it "l_k to order, at short notice, widow curtains, l vao
'd o n o f r o a s t in g is g r e a t lyg fa c il i t e ; at e la r g e r i 'n. i, ..-., ;r .. ,,-, e,-e L .. .., n l Itlh 1P li ed"b e ti ,1 ... ..... .... .
operated upon by the h eat, t ,a tim e, and the ]a- ,I ., .,,t ,- ,1 it, '1 i,"..t-"t ...i. r .' e. 1.. r : ,, 1' ",, ,,* l a I 1
aingthe spit great dimiunihed.. The front of .. ,,t ,, i, ,-,, ro, i,,-i,, ,' n,, ,,,,-, ,. ,i... I 'i'it r ... pi'fn- ,, .... t a ,,,ire a r
Protected fro te intense heatof thefire by a tenders to imitate his-viode. Many valuable loeilwhra of lA.Iatmedicine' s-J spstreeiveda*ndforridea i
_r,,A& INGHILS-ustrecivd ad fr distinguished leputaLtion, withinthe
sgnuard plate or shield covering the whole front goicty are daily failing sacrifices by the baits held out by 1) tile.AgriculturalWare1ouse 'corner of Market at .l g
; and extending "aljt t n tli'r never before at- ,hose pretenders. Strangers a'e parti ularly castlened ,,,. ,Ialden lane a few of Grace' improved"Fanningy
twill be found-,'-.,. l,., ,:., great help to the ,,ot to be dcreived by them. -.il well worth tie attention of our farm
Means of it arid a cold ai r ttle forced between Dr. Evans' great professional expric, i vari a w S w C L
front oven plate-the heat of the oven tis ren- cliuma.tes,r will soon con,:ince those who apply to rhim of rlarrnwS Road Scraprg, nh'
it in every part, so that baking can be done with- i,, 0 :,, ., ih- totally eradicating the worst canas 110125 IV. THORBnRN. a
g, an well in every respect as in a brick oven; .,-, i. ,: f. ,) ,.. Thoupsanms are annually mercurial- = tats.
never before attained in any stove within the ized out of life by improper treatment; recent afli:etion3 'PfAPER]" IAWANGNG AND tPI[OIST T
ofthe advertiser. Theme constitute the chief -re, without mercury, cradlest;d inc a few days All let- Jd IiY--P. M, IOIANGE has iuat received y the store
..... ,a jst.ecive b rie .. hoes
,s of the Stove; rendering it all that can be de- n,. postpaidi) def-ribing tlhe case, and enclosing a fee latst nrrivals from Paris, a fashionable and extend
;eokiug stovo-boiling quicker at every point Vijll have the remedy and directions sent to order, sortment of'Fine and Common Papers, conisting o
thor stove, and baking as well as a brick oven; To be had al tile above Dispensary, Minerva's Box, vet, Fine Silver, Wht" 'Sat n Copper Plate papers,
i u a ddition to all ti the casing r tings!in- r on ing a complete plan of medicine for the cure of a with rich Velvet and Plain Border s; also, a superb eoll ee-
auty, and sufficiently strong to insure their t- certain disease, with directions, in which the symptoms tien of Fire Board Prints. He has always ou handoF
t more can be desired, It is not pretended that and treatment of the disease are pointed out with such Worsted, ad Cotton Fringes and
v' uew principlclntheeonsutru ,tionofthi sstov ei hrevit v and accuracy, that every person cmay with ease naments, Hair and ti o ss s fattrcssen, Live Ge
'eat in harmoniously I.I,. ,,';,, : in one machine ad s fety cure themselves. Beds, Common do., Chair and Churc Cuiad ons It .c
.,oellenothinntiangsai fo, -'all goodqualitis Also, a preventive for the above disease. Warrant- transparent Paintings for Windows, e.,
name, nothing is sarificd to the love of *No- he will sell low at his store, No. 313 North ,lule-arkt
tender working miracles are performed, nor Dr. E;'s offices are so arranged, that patients are not N.. Live Geese Feathers, Hair and Moss, by
visions raised to lure the purcha;aer-hbut in ,.S n o ,dit )licity and appealing only to oui.,reasoning fa- find Dr.rEvans, No. 12 Peek Slip. Br
ties its stand by its coin petitors. -" f n all Casestishemost inviolale secrecy'observed. I.O&S. AUSTI, s eAT IG AN Brnhes, &c.w
A. t. AUBTIN, N No connietoo with aey other. je3-tf ai ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GILDING AND and retailers to call aSd examine
No. 17 State st. corner ofDeanst. GLAZING-Thesuhscriber having made an arrangement every attonliou wi
N.7 a .o on A1V D 101D A ONABLE ,OODS- withIsraelAM. oReeves for the prosecution of the above t
'8 PATENT COAL STOv ---inven- N "Opnedthis morning a t3]9North Market street, rich branches of business exclusively, said business will, be Woo
Dr. Sairnl, 8haw of this city, suitable for par- myrtle green satin and Poch.lied sole, black and blue bitk carried theldsnderofeocuidbMsr
untn-roolus.5 stores, offices, &c. for sale by satin, Ilue lelk prid Culld silks, plutul anti fig,4d for cloaksSih&Pre 91SuhMlktsre nsarudr
.... _, t_ ( ; ) rup "tairs, under k L 8CY TAN GNEWNEOR
A 11 A U ST IN anld peli.s.e dres ses figf'd Satin for hats, super kil gloves, tlienam e o tvE EV a .& G O A ll or s e ro
17 State-stBl.or. of Dean. blond scarfs and shawls, together with many other scarce )y and i
and desirable goods. de5 ED WV IN A. H ARR IS. .... ........ Y ,ng and sell g real estate
; 8"S COAL STOVES, bricked and Q Df7Dozen Buckskin Moccasins for sale by N.B. A number of first' rate journeymen'wantedl t o lettingo
l tt the manufacturer's prices /V JESSE D. RO1WNSON, Agent, "r jBW GOODR-Th subscriber 1lua just received well recommended e apply, ap5 f e--whi
No. 19 reen-st. N 1 averyfie asortntofgoods n g hr WP TOew JnU ._ y-- sous at a tace wsi
which are, SAMETvIRONhTIN, LATVin XheAb"any lteamoye't GEORGE&sWIt"
CORW-Thesub- gold watches, mosaic pins, silver Card cases, one very el- eE gs S IN Tl r k, he offers hisevi
lhasaquantity oftheeecelo ratedi -h2rowed Dut- eganto card basket, silver ateB (a new article) fruit -rum, ,nn ,,,,d l i o .1,.d
-isedbyJ. Buel. The advantages of raising cups, knife, fork and apoon, wbistkes, gold pencil cases, Ji
01tsprolfie qualities 'eing easily rade to spectacles, thimbles, rings and pins, a large and splendid 150 bl oxesTnPhlater
~to 10 bushels to thle acre, andtserynau asrmetodiodpnsa rnghidgos fa u So Bl
tg in about 1 daysfrou tihle time(fplanting. n ute sap dr ,tn a 50 shc ts zrt o;00 Block ri'
n d m olls Bar Le aid; for salv_ y s^'^ F b s'IL
W %. TIIORBURN, Seedsman, Also a very large and 9l)le lipssic bx. NS' Fresh Le.. ..... Just rseell
N. Market l,, Corner Maiden lane, de.30 14t, AYAMOND), Argus Bliblfing. ,....... u .tu J o


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DA,..I,Y AL


N TIC is h ereygiv
nt= """'onset; and lots ard o
coim'teuances, upon wilich
aompcnsemayibave been
suant to all Or either Oft
corporation of the city
A law for excavating, fi
from 8,outh PearlI to Ea]gle
A* law for laying a stone
Pearl to Eagle St'e-D
laying a-soieaui,,
.A la w arexaatno ~
1933-A law-for laying a s
August 29, 1836-A law fo
-passed Aug. 17, 1 -i-A I ,
Ro-sestret- ,. ,ij i,t. .
arch over Ruttenkil--pass
ving Orchard street -passe
cavating &,,.. Swa Itreet
Iaw for killing, &c. len
A law for laying n stone
Green street to yo
law for filling Renss l, -,
to the river-passed \.i, ,i
arch InIIJohnson over Frank
-That thlepayment of snc
ment, with interest froin t
required to be made" i,.. h
bany, on or beffire th. -n
default shall beumade in snn
case, srich houses and lots
appurtenances, el,,,, ,% 1 ,;.1
aforesaid, or any "ir- it,..
apportioned, will lie sold a
rection of thle subscriber,i at
bany, oU the 29th day, of Apr
forenoon of that day, -or
which any person shall offer
apportioned and assessed the
with the costs of this adv
premises assessed and ap
The following is a schedul
ferredto upon which assess.
have bee, made uud.' i. r.
[ot num er 1 as "i. .. .
lhudsen street on file ,,"inri, |.
Albany, is bounded ...., ,, ,. .
perty unknown, eas, ,.,
street, said to belone ,.. i ri r
to pay for exca'ating, pavi
Lot No; 2, oil said miap is
25 fect, south by property
%Vest by no. 1, and is said t
it is assessed to p.y fo
Lot No, 3 on said map is bound
south by property unknown,
no. 2, andsaid to belong to
pay for making drain
No. 4 on said map is bounde
by property unknowneast by
aid to belong to said estate; i
drain, &e. fW.3S.
No. 5 on said mail isbounded n
ly property unknown, eaztbyno.
said to belong to said estate;
king drain, pav
N6. 6 on said map is bomtd
outh by property unknownueas
no 5, and said to belong to s
pay for making drain,
No. 7 on saidMap is bounded
.byroperty unknown, east
and said to belong to said es
making drain, paving, &c.
No. 8 on said map is bounde
outh by property unknown,
no.6,and said to belong to sai
for making drain, p
No. 9 on said map is bound
outh by property unknown,
o. 8, and said to belong to
pay for making drain
No. 10 On said mapis bound
outh by property unknown,
no- ,and is said to belong to
pay for making drain,
No. 11 on said map is bound
south by property unknovwun
o, 10, and said to belo"g to
ay for making drain,
No. 12 on said map iiboun
souti by property unknown,
o 11 and is said to belong to
ay for making drain,
No. 13 on said map is bound
south by property unknown,
0o. 12 and said to belong to
ay for paving
No. 14 on said map is bound
Mutlh and east by Philips str
aid to belong to said estate--
ing drain,pavin
No. 19 on said map isiboun
south by property unknown,
o.-18, and said to belong to
ay for paving, making
No. 20 on said map is boun
iout by -property unknown,
land~saido belong to.said_ est
21on aid map i; oun
oath by property unknown, e
o. 120, and said to belong to
ay for paving, mcking'.r
No. 22 on said map is bound
)uth and east bybproperty u
0d said to belong to saLd est
having, malting dr,
No. 37 on said map is bou
tnown, south by Hudson st
nown, and wtet by no. 38, an
at--it is assessed to pay fo
37.37
No; 38 on said map is bou
inown, south by Hudson stre
y no, 39,andsaid to belong to
lay for drain,
No. 44 on said-map is bou
iows,south by Hudson street
o. 45, and said to belong toa
ay for drain
No. 45 on said map is bound
Outh by Hudson streeteast b
:zd said to belong to said est
aiivg $, & 8.
No. 46 on said m'ap is bou
known, south by Hudson street
y no. 47, and said to belong
, pay for drain
No. 47 on said'map is bou
known, south by IUudson store
y property unknown, and sai
is assessed to pay-fo
A lot known as great lot A
ubdtvision of lots contract
nd is bounded north by lots
luth by Plain street, east
vest by Pitlip street-it is
loodgood, Townsend, and Fre
r excavation, making
Lots nos. 14,46,43 42,41,.
n saidamap are situated ou
nd belongto the same person
br excavation
No. '6 as designated onsaid
er.of Philip and Plain stre
eraons-it is assessed to pay
No. 35 as designated on s
9ss. side of Philip street a
uns-it is assessed to pay
NO. 34 on saidmap is.situat
p street and belongs to these
DPay for excavate
No. I on said map is a go
nd Hallenbake streets, and i
in, drain,
Nos. 48, 49, and 50 on said
Ie of Hallenbake st. and ar
nation, &e @73,73.
Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17,19, 20 an
n the west side of Hallenbak
.y for excavati
A lot as designated on sai
n street, south by Plain
reet aid west by property
aid to belong to J. Savage-&it
,tion, &e.
A lot situate on the south
d Johnson sts. said to belon
d north by Johnson st. so
st by Franklin aud west by S
ssed to pay for laying as
A lot situate on the north
ld Johnson ,streets, bouu
sown, a~outit by Johnson st
;ows, and-West by Sonthl Pearl t
harles and is assessed to p
A. lot situate on tlbe no'th
)rth by property unknown, s
0pecrty nf J-Birminlglam,
eet--it helongs to B.P. Staa
* stoue drain .10.
A lot situate ou tlhe east si
rth by property of the esta
property of M'Elroy, eas
est by Orchard street, and i
Dudley,--it .ia assessed to p
Lot no. l as designated on
Spruce st. south by EIR'st
no..2 on said map--tlhe o
ssed to pay for exeav
A. lot situate on the soutl
puthi Pearl streets said to be
ssed to pay for pavig
1A lot situated ou the SOUth
niel streets ]bounded north b
udson street, and east by
angularr lot, belonging, to
i' for paving HIudson, strep
L.ot no. 73 as designated
rth hy Johnson street, south
uo,.74 and west by no. 72
i11ard and is assessed to pa
Block no. 2 as designated o
rth by Johnson at. south by
and west by South Market
ate ofC. R. W~ebstel'-it ias
nsselaer st.&c i'8B.


L lot situated on tie south
Ary st' aid to belong to W
h,&c. 8.
itted Albany, Jan, 25,
I Att'y for tlle Mayor,
a26-1w3,u
N the matter of proving the
Isaac Bullaid,deccased. To
llard, late of the city a
is
Notice is hereby given tha
,2e last will and'testamenu
deasednamed, intendsto app
inty of New York, at his o
ork, on the twenty-fourth da
ck in the forenoon oflhat
I1 and testament ofthe said
[d surrogate, according to t
I provided. Dated this 6
P9-6 6-w
O the heirs ofJoshua Gal
ers whom'it
You will please to take not
tenth day ot April next, a
1ity of Albany, wheresoev
d, at ten o'clock in the fore
oofof, and record the lust w
liup, late of the town of Be
ceasedl pursuant to chapter six
rt second of the revised st
rk. DatedFeb.15,
LUKEBG
fel6-w Execu
O tlie heirs of Jeremiah
of Nassau, in the co0fty
w York, deceased, and all
Fou and each of you are her
t we shall apply to Job Pie
unty ofRenaselaer, at his offi
only, on the twentieth day of
the forenoon of that day, to
rent of the said Jeremiah
A recorded, pursuant to the
rk in auch case made and
ry, 1371 Y
HENRY
JOIN G. D
e3--()w
PPLICATION will be, made
L state of New York at itisp
orporating the New-York
leionary society. Dated
IrOTICE lt hereby given,
I church about to be est
lare, New-Yo ter, will y tppl
lmnt oesimon, for authority
Wncome'not esccding twen
m e


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IN 1


v. Thesaid ... ,i i., l ble appointed as soon ptas rthit i ciia Republic. I
THE PILOTS. as convenienIt ,i .r [ i.,,: i', this act, and shall IIhold ia]>4ilir. raanpt,andsatisfact
their Oth"ers, respectively, fur two years from the terAd
KT OF THE DEBATE i die AssemblyMday o March neXt, and until others are appottl a andie, should have been g
ETHO iK n tOle seiheir place; and for the purpose of making sutiai ...i 6lfflt iiit on failure to do
on Tuesday, on re-committing tie several prep- ianent, tilhe mayor shall convene tle presidents .1 tt-e1 s bibve us, it is competent
s ons relae, o t teao and eei tat presidents of thle said incorporated marine imirancr 9tate Q totl opt such immediate
sitions relative to the appoint t and r le companies, ly a previous notice published for tn week t lo truly ca edf t
of Pilotsfor theport of New-Yrk, by way of in the daily papers, and shall attend ai preside a u a ny be called forby
fv m N a by election, ;an shall certify the said electiol;iid ah ila sna- connected with them.
Sandy Hook. her of commerce, at slli places anil times, as soon aacon-
he committee of the whole, Mr. KING in the venient after the passage of this art, saull lacoose some lit
a ir, had risen end reported, without having ta- personto be one of said commissioners, and the crtil- 1 .lL ALBANY
air, had risen and ^"t cite of thle president or presiding officer of said chamber DA
n any question, and the question was on grant- 3allhe suffient evidence of the election of such person.
7 the committee leave to sit again. THURSDAY MORNING, F
Mr. CASH remarked that this was a very im- MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES.
rtant subject, and about which there was a great [From te Washington Globe, Feb. 15.] The House of Assembly,
7ersity of opinion, even among the selectcom- In he National Intelligencer of Saturday last, tion of the Birth Day of the
ttee themselves, to whom the matter had been itis stated at the President of the United States Cn, an e o on T
rred. There were now three or four bills be- as prematurely recommended reprisals aiin. Country, adjoined over on
e the committee of the whole, differing essen- the Mexican government, in consequence not sit yesterday.
ily in many respects. With a view, therefore, e exi condition of or relations with that cotn-
saving time, and that the several bills might be r n od to correct view of this at- Th subject of the pilots, it
mined, and such a system matured as would be ter, it is necessary to consider tlie orf ptsueit at T, insunder full itepusion in t
st likely to meet the views of all concerned, lie by Mr. El is, in hs core rteoue pi u e nnd er io
ed that leave would not.be granted o the m. m- b nyter of i orei oneai t'w th puhle ce iid n ff e,
tee to sit again, but that the. whole subject igr ter of I.Irei .are sufficiently various
,ht be referred to a select committee of one or On te 26th 1. d a at a ne wee d poses of an extended choice,
B from each senate district, with instructions dressed by Mr. 1.1l.. Mi .,.,,,, 1 ,,a. barrassment. Besides the bill
report a single bill. thmate forth various ebsr ef -I,.i. ...,. it. .i committee, not less than four
Ir. KING said it was desirable that the f matter ths egoivetaa a't I ,. .. hat of ebeen no b mni
uld be acted on and disposed of at aseary Me l AtwvtA i. I. hve been toduced by meb
sas possible. The select committee had ex"s- ua 4 a' a ci
dall the pm eswt getcr;and muc~hell Q iukraiaeflh( 4tMX remittree and no- York delegation.
datt Jec ts with great care ,,
ha. betot sb...I t. fano-ther ti- ri ,.i -. ,R.r ...*..otr tndmnistof We repeat that beyond the
h. been de edtothe jee It'.'t tothenoticeoft
jluijtj~e octuld fitieia concludedbl with.e-present system requires immedi
.mitte; could frame a bill that ...... h.e ....* 1 I
e-r .4.e w-" the house, it wvlQ ," 1 ,d.:, .0. t iai., roade to all persons if not radical reform, we exp:
la va tn relir the ssiftet er Th, a ,: ,; ', .
l.a' reer the saatbt ,'s. W ,. alp ai| d i- severalcases then upon this subject with great d
s'b,' .... l idipr. l.iaoni"ofcitizens of the driving all our knowledge of th
per shape y,, .. .,,............. on the Mexican government e condo hand, and from represent
per shape ssiiyue iA~v'I~i'.1i .'.I i w.** vl tt'n aptly and properly examined, and suitable re-
le. ... ... ... .o a de aflrforded, and that due satisfaction be given variance with each other, we
It. ZdA Ci r Zto L theM ktei tSos sub for the numerous insults offered to the officers and own conclusionswith the confi
mtien rMe eth umitted teUitdS
hetlean fk Tucker) in flagrofthe United States, as therein represented. are free from objection.
he gentleman ftom (Ne Y rk hir..T c er a O n the 3d ofO etobe iir x n un ,an t ,m r e
mittee of the whole. On that account he confidential," reeinte We certainly donotaltoget
particularly desirous to go again into commit- thentaoviwaoreeivdafom.Mr.Menpr
of the whole. He had prepared a dozen amnd rio, acknowledging the receipt of that of the 26th the provisions of any of the pi
3ts or more which heintended to have offered of Septemberand sayingthat,as(in order to organizing an appointing ad
committee. As remarked by his friend from make a suitable reply to it) it was necessary to in relation to the pilots. While
v ok(M.Hrtel hdte e or d-collect and examine various documents touching l~e ssm otnta h
on inet together and consulted on this subject, terepctv csshaadodeeteiwth bdethaswsom eno ntendthatth
iy of these amendmentsmight have been incor- hat view, to be prepared in the department of re- can be thrown open to unrestrc
the bill, and the discussion of them in lations, and would, as early as possible, respond lated competition; yet we '
ite avded the had not tothe same On the 20th ofOctober, (no further competition, consistent with th
smittee avoided. But as they. had not thusr2=-livn-b
vented, he felt it his duty to submit them to the reply having been received,) Mr. Ellis addres- sound and
se.ed In maktingthis dann osuncment o isi-sed a second iiote to, Mr. Monssterio, calling his wl euae yt
se. In making this announcement of his attention to the previous one, and saying that'n- Without descending to deta
~~~~~~n Wihu ,eced g t-o.. _._dhehuse aetoao
ion, she invoked the forearanceothe less redress was afforded without unnecessary de- no valid objection to the creation
subject wo ul bly occp yo mtat it lay an the several cases therein brought to the no- five col nnmissioners, three of th
tou" h ettthwtasuta w~s!~n: i~t 1/tYeintthee ea
to sa t s m ph acter described in Mr. Herttell
olved a high responsibility upont-elegislature tice oinf tMh i.',ai
the New York delegation in particular--woaud deneIi l i te representative of is goe
ut to speak only one half the truth. To say ernient, would be useless.. On the following day pointed by tme Governor and
it s pa ol e teoote was received from Mr. Monasterio, in re-, the insurance offices, aend one
Itd e to tethe story tein part. N N -orwo vd,'r o -- the20th, Sepressing great surprise Trade: Such Board to license
I en toutolaythatss ioter was tattnerofwhnor-niam the part of his.wgovernsent that Mr. Ellis
Sto the whole continent. it w a s portan uld, such a cause, contemplate such a ina- t
he whole commercial world. An immense sure; and still promising that he would devote all 1dred, as shall be possessed o
merce cwas at this time carried on to the port his time to the exaination of the cases submitted qualifications.
w or thr Sndt Hookand he might for cons idertion bytheGovierent of the United But whether such will be th
iwas destined e the most extensive States. On the 4th Noveber, (no reply to the successful project, or what shi
eio wahol joined. to w use omaptortan tas r egr note of the 26th of September having been re-
lehi eol twa mprat as e gardd e will ultimatelyassme we doi
immense amount of property entrustE d to the ceived,) Mr. lEllis addressed a third note to Mr.. ilutmtl sue ed
tion d to nstrio, informing that, unless a saisfac-conjecture.
nc, then tsaknsindonnaexasion s wi thlthe p- story answer was received within the space of two
ecur nty and the nue ofnithuman les weeksfro the date thereof, he should demand Mr. RUGLES, of Lewis cot

Id seurity andeoae the nu mberge hmncy. H-ea. .
h were at stake. Still the importance of the is passports, and return to the United States. auced.-into the assembly a bil
et to the shipping interest alone in New Yrk, Oti.he 15th of November, a reply was finally re-r
enougtoiducetehuet pprbaclm the received tokMr.- Ellis's note of tlse 26ths Septeniber.reidstueineliotoi
ecnt it cmnessandelserto and to It, in substance, declared that we must seek re- missioner of common schools
-the occasion to maturs a system which hpsra~l-iira r fur a-, ronngi l di te judicial tribu- that the commissioners in eaa
Id b fuly dequte o te emrgecy.Hepals of Mexico; and the-justness of tins determi-steshlwhitndasft
these flr aemuarks to so tath hism wasenot. a nation was attempted to be'- supported by quoting saesal ihntndy fe
thesr ks o m oalofeelingtin e ork, but a the fourteenth article ofthe treaty which guaran- meet together and appoint onea
,er of coasmernandl general interest; and that teoe tthe citizens of each nation the same rights to receive and distribute to the
.... of common......enera... l ntrest- and that teeasot
e cultivation of su a feeling in the house, and privileges with the natives or citizens of the districts in their respective tow
!isecultivation of such f eeling i tehose ountry in whictey a.binllhirras
a bill might be framed as would promote the ty wch they y, allther tas lie moneys said commissioners
ests of all, andafford effectual protection to at law, On tie 7th of December, (no further .rb b. Itrvd
nd property. Should the committee sit a- communication having been received from the toieceive b la. It povid
as lie hoped it would, lie should then offer Mexican government, although'one had been pro- person so appointed shall be dee
;....Y .. ...... ..... ; ninsedinr
amendments. misedn reply to the cases not before noticed,) rer of the board of corimissio
. BRADISH hoped the committee would sit Mr. Ellis repondedto Mr. Monateri's noteof execute to the supervisor of tl
-. ..... ._, a-the-15tl of Novembr
and because he believed that in that way, te l o Novemer, and concluded by a de- wn ne no oes
n hatonlywould each individual become -nd ofis passports. On-the 22d of December, withoneorWre su
aware of the sentiments of members on this (no reply to that of the 7th having been receiv- $2000, for the faithful executive
subiec-t. Should it afterwards become ne- edo,) Mr..Ellis addressed a second note to Mr. This is deemed to be salute
ry to regulate the details ol the bll,h am lvMonasterio, informing him of his intention to r. improvement; -and is in ce
efor that turposep ra.,,.il le> ihac '.iiiie leave the Mexican capital on Monday morning ry improvemn;e is in cc
suggestions e in the coursetofedeb ate'-next thereafter, at 4o'.clock, A. M., and requested recommendation of the Superint
suggestions made in the course of debate;-- etteefea
ere he concurred in the sentiment of the that his passports might be sent to him on the mon Schools.
here ne nurreu in the sentiment fte" spi temonn, te24h
leman f.ri New York (Mr..Tucker) that the 24th. A 6 o'clockontemoingpfthe24tha
;ct touches more inmediate yi- the representa- notewas received foi Mt, Monasteo, expressing Gen. McKEAN, one of the
from the city of New York. But-morethan the surpris of Iisexcellency the President, that Pennsylvania, who was absent
he said it touched the responsibiliy -. ? Mr Ellis "should intend leaving the republic with wen the vote was talc
h e s aid i t t o u c h e d t h e r e s p o n s i b i hl y a h v ol ne.a d r q u s e-.o b.i f r e do.
on that floor, whether from New York or so much violence, and requested to be informed th
tauque. It touched thIe character of 'the the causeswhich had ledhimn to this determination, ate on the xpunging esoluti
the interests of the state-the ni'rste s of' To this note, no reply was made, Mr. Ellis; no self to the gratuitous trouble of
6nity. The gentleman- from New '-,.ri, doubt, considering it, after the long correspond- legislature of that commonwe
tfore, (said Mr. B.) will not object if we ence.whichhad taken place between the acting jct. Accordinto the Harris
the remote parts of the state, mingle in the minister of foreign affairs and himself on the sub- e r s toe ttie Harrst
Mission. He repeated his wish that the com- ject of our claims, the assumption of a right, on e seems to entertain as holy
,e might sit again, and that the views of meal- ini part of the Mexican government,*to judge of olating the constitution,' by
from every part of the state might be heard h- p s departure from the Republic. part of the journals, as is profe
m e ubject. r He, therefore, made preparation for returning to Clo,,
e TOWNSEND hoped t mmitte would -the United States without his passports. On the Weter, Calhoun, and other
Tain. HeNwas-erpy e to see the course evening of the 27th, (circumstances having pre- ots of the senate-and declare
"ain. He was ve r iy to oft the course eeng th 7,
is, it appeared, someee disposed to take in vented his departure up to that time,) a note was not have obeyed instructions f
matter. Asthisp lotlaw wasa matter of vast -received from Mt. Monasterio, expressing sur- to vote for expunging Mr. C
r'tance to tIe city of New York, and tothe prise at Mr. Ellis' silence, and saying that, if he from the journal, because s
msntatves from that city-it was to have did not receive an answer to his note of the i4ta wo e be avi
Sxpecsted that the New York dc-lga lion, w-.. 'rDecember, by six o'clock that evening, hispass- would have en a violation o
..-pun',i would have Nmet tegYohr r anm cn. p-r.n- would be placed at his disposal; and, athalf tion." The Reporter adds:
I on the subject, and laying parl y priicipis i .' seven, they were accordingly sent to him.- This movement of gen. McI
would have entered that h.,us aill u tut nhe niorning ofthe28th of December, Mr. El- the least of it, extraordinary.
binion on the subject. Butinitead of this, ts loet the capital on is return to the U. States, upon to perform any act, which
ended three n'e.l.gs of the delegation, and 6beinSpr pression of the reasons for his r
nd ed h ree t?.2 6 [ e temnber w as present ted to the M exic an g v
either of these ocaesions did 1 see gentlemen 2 September was presented to te Mexican Th house of'representatives had a
lbrward with iheir amendmentsi to this bill. ernment. resolution approbatory of the pas
or on what authority they declare that it .Under this state of things, the President of the ton's motion to expunge, and up
Sthe unanimnous consent of the New York United States recommends to congress that author- honorableSenator delivers a b g
tion- ity be vested in the executive to make reprisals on a lircaimstances considered, a
T.W.TUCKER: If the gentleman alludes Mexico,- if, on a second demand, to bemade (it t ody to which it was ddrss
I expressly said that I made no such decla- .must be presumed) in pursuance of the term Of bere would have treated the comic
the treaty, she should still withhold satisfaction merited manner, if they had rem
TOWNSEND; I, for one, am not of that for .,1 allesod a',a.at o of complaint. c i "
f republicans or democrats that holds, it to ','."-" '. Intelligencer contends that .
lo-atie o'repImblir:-al- t:''..t-ni'...: -l this course is untenable, andrepugnant tothepro- We perceive that the repub
ss4pabMrwiiagein fa hfi.hiu,4 'a singl- inch,- visions of that instrument, because itisstipu- NESsEE with one voice call u
Butpresnume i erhoiuldM bel lrirat'eliIr,,, c.u lated that neither of the contracting parties will
r todisreus that point. hut I an sorry to, order or authorise any acts of reprisalsnor de- ROLtLtheir eminent and estima
the very threshold of this discussion, clatre war against the other on complaints of in- zen, to become a candidate for
y worst feature ot the original bill-that juries or damages, until the said party-consider- next August election. The N'
lives it its political aspect--attempted to ing itself offended, shall first have presented to sy, that irif htt becomes a can
wed and riveted. 'We are well aware that the other a statement of such injuries ordamn.
cenor appoints no man to office-but those ges, verified by proolh, and demanded justice and we enertain but little doubt, w
own party. What does the rxe..,iie., satisfaction, and the same shal lar been either he will be elected by a greater iv
tout pilots?- -refasd or ur,r-s:.,n'f.; delayed,' thaa he has ever heretofore
.RANKLI called to order. That the is-- ,ar.11,a recommendation to con. state The reign of whiel"
t'OWNSEND: I irust the a'or,nn;iea. will grese should be coteidered as a violation of the
and thatb -t'.I.a ,, ilil ,Ir.sl tir ar. coaepaat tefetrdto, is, under the circumstances de- humbug in Tennessee, execute
erboard, ar.", ,.,. rftl.:..an'i'.rij,, ar.. tailed, no nes extraordinary than unjust. It wvill tive, will terminate forever on t
losn on its real merits. h be recollected that i making this recommenda- day inAugust next.
'. W. TUCKER said he would merely re- tion that reprisahs should be authorized, he does
ar the edification of the gentleman last up, not specify the tine at which they shall be made; We Copy the following articha
(Mr. Tucker's) not appearing before thme and it is, therefore, unfair to presume that, by ad- ly Advertiser of yesterday with
rk delegation on the occasion referred to,- vising the adoption of such afcourse, he intended cti A w avi o lve
ely accidental-and further, that he was to act in bad faith towards the government of Mex-
rised at the time that the delegation was ico. If congress shall deem it wise to say that to express the belief that ever
gethier for the purpose of examining this the course advised by the President shall be adop- justly estimates the value of soj
far from wishing to- evade the gentle. ted, it will then rest with them to determine the science of nsic, and the high c
owledge and experience in this matter, he ime and manner of its execution.
dy stated that he should be glad to avail It has been said that in most of theinstances of Russell to ensure it, wthl lend
fall the information within his r,.mcl',. n complaints adduced, representation had been made enterprise, so creditable to the c:
OBIs what ,quarter. How far he si.utild to the Mexican government previous to the 26th his residence here willbeconmel
ited by the gentleman's counsel and ad. of September. As often as presented, they were We have gret pleasure in
he (Mr. Tucker) been so fortunate as to as often uniformly responded to by stating that rival ints cit of Mr Ssa
wn what was on fbot, when the delega. the reclamation had been referred to some one ofthe juty celebrate coseranrot
the house could judge from the temper other departments of the government, and as soon d itisi s i
e.r .ihe p-olles.ns, remarks now. as information in thecasecouldbeeolhectedandex. adtoesabis
A NK LI'.... r .:, good reason why the embed every justice should be awarded. This was which sh b rpt
uls aagain be reeed to a select com- the last ever heard of it; and this is the response gir- te italof t
Et waeeietfoM the remarks already en, in many instances, to these identical claims, W are be t m i rec
t ,,,,rs. 5 rh.s bi'!rcili, ol'Tiniononthss when more recentlybroughta second time to the -a'sa-..


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hi all these cases
ory explanations
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so, as in the in
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measures of re
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ARGUS.
FEBRUARY 23.

in coninemor
Father of hi
tuesday, and di'


will be percei'
me house. Ths
ever ; and th
for all tie put
if not for em
reported by th
different bill
ers of the New

belief that th
iate and large
ress an opinion
diffidence. De
e subject at se
nations widely a
do not avow ou
idence that the'

her concur in al
proposed plans o
governing power
ast we do not be
e whole matte
ted and unregu
could invite ai
e stability of

ils, we can seo
)n of a Board o
iem of the char
's bill, to be op
senate, one by
by the Board o
e any number o
eding two hun
of the requisit


"'.,f~., (,! it .fi-.i'rsi, to him talt notice of that government. Surely, this maybe a thorough knowledge ofits prince
ay i which the general ense o the called unreasonable delay. But the Intelligencer tice conr on professors and ma
Id be obtained, was by coaitnitri the says these injuries or damages were not verified erficial tam
in committee of the whcl,. rl,. time by competent proofs; and Mr. Forsyth's letter of pbtiuteia latnentscwiec
ie, after having elicited the views of the 20th of July is quoted, to show that not even vor with the friends education.
here opinions could be most freely ex- the Department of State is in possession of such wherethedefect is,
hen it would be correct and proper to evidence. Itis very true that Mr. Forsyth says, tho' T band ne lo
ibject to another select committee; -but the Department is not in poeio of proof of l a taste noh tn
mad not arrived yet. '. the circumstances of the wrongs donein these ca- hand Weconsider Mr Russell's
W Cexplsiad fe made dthe motion he ses, as represented by the aggrieved parties, yet the motfortuattin
time, and that the ill might come be- complaints are such as entitle them to be ietoned daithoroungsyte morntuc
was po~~~sal- and a thorough syseofitrci
use in A mature a shape was pei o, and to justify a demand on the Mex n go t t a l rmonst
rom what had transpired, he wa atis- eminent that they shall be promptly and proprly rlat f o i a art eome
e bill must undergo an elaborate discas- examined. The demand that they shou i ey twillbeaff
e thereibre withdrew his motion to e- !-ra.i|l a'nd properly examined was made, as yil ty wl -a u
'ct committee. .i: i, ,an offer, in Mr. Ellis's note of the 4th of reject connected with Mr. Russe
VNSEND said he would merely -enre N, .'nla r, to meet the acting minister of e nce in Albany. Th authorofa
rely remarfOrelign music of modern times, is entitled t
the gentleman from New-York (Mr, aflkirs at any time, with a view to lay before him supportandco-operation.
it his (Mr. Townsend's) manner may these claims, and the. documents accompanying
led the gentleman with a ground of them, for the consideration of his government- Great rejoicing took place at I
for not meeting with the delegation on The demand was neither complied with, nor the
a referred to. He would .assure the offer accepted or noticed. If they had been, not- evening of the 9th natC, on acco
that he (Mr. Townsend) was not 'withstanding there wee waiting proof of all the age of the act by congress for th
inii the Chesterfield school ofpoliteness circumstances of the wrongs done in the cases re- Michigan into the Union. The bt
eman was. He (Mr.Townsend) was ferred to, it is apprehendedthey might still have person Avenue were illuminated a
hanic, and a plain man. He loved to been verified by competent proof', and their justice ly our tie city is said to have pr
ruth in all plainness. He loved the conclusively shown. From the tenor of Mi. Mon-
when he saw any underhand or foul astero's note, addressed to the Legation of the t appearance.
ted, hlie would, so long as he had a United States at Mexico, under date of the 15th The Arkansas State Gazette,
it floor, raise that voice against it. of November, Mr. Ellis seems to have abandoned b e WE,
B-granted to sit again, all hope that the Mexican government would en- t Roc y Messrs. .
-iter into an investigation of the reclamiutions pre- J. Pew, printers to the state, is on
wing is the amendment proposed by ferried spmliiil it; and-in his reply of the 7th of of the western democratic journals,
PrcuERs for the three first sections 6f December, demanded his passports, and returned ted witl spirit and ability t I
I reported by the select committee, and to the Uniel States.ty. t h
?ending when the committee rose:-- Even dl,',iiliii.- l. tini of [tse treaty subsisting eighteenth volume.
trnor, by and with t0ie advice and consenter between bI, i%;e.,,
rearhysand wathib advice andconsestof between H e. in.aiaatnarts may require that all de- The Supreme Court of the Un
Gt Ppointas m a. y piliOt for the port of m hands f. i ., im l -. j g_ affecting th e pecu -. j o urn ed s ne o ,'a t n
e t"' Sandyf' -,a t.. ir. -iuairahl u ir iti.:ai-;J,.'. of the United States, joined e o Friday bout n
tPilots, wilh 8 t, 1h- st,.I ., ac-m.n
ietanemnt'ertw-,.i.. ..thl ,, 5 I.w accompaid with proof'before a resort to The Rev. E. N.. K.ir, of this c
initherlY t hlace',',,nri ..,- .'r... yet theme cag be no pretext f'or urging
fl wa la sr fX -'.-i' i, --i !vat i ii vi *aSi e s r equ iS ite ih n ecessa ry in regard to L o n y in M a n ex t a s a deleg ate
ao Of i 'af ,. ,'-'-' a, 4 I that class of eases where thie honor of the nation rican Temperance Society.
pca er ilons, tane of wbo hmwat 1i lum bs e
Fryoratd marine insurance O fii h be asta by puniviic e o7
S.on ,a r......by public 'ar e vessels o f 'theU
1W o adal p residenTc; Mei' ,in c -h,.f.. 6ii11 on the flag of the Uni. Mr. Claidwell of New Orleans e sat
aer sfnaidompanies; one by thete d ":hala-- lay ih. i,,.;fseizure and imprison. i eitituo rth dcto
Wui l thergovfanorb d treefwho mett $o' mnesm and officers attached to the navy ofcecins, a Ia mode de Paris.
nr.-4 bytim e govier'o by and with the ad-ttlt fnna
0 ,,ffh senate,fromtheboardofpottwar: the United talent; fnd by the violence offered to The bill for the incorporation o
,eity, her Cosuh on varloUn occasions, i different Exchange Company has become a i


S, INTERNAL IstPROVEiENT.-We do not re
: gret to perceive that the citizens of the Rive
towns are beginning to appreciate their advar
d tags of position, and are moving with spir
and energy in enterprises calculated to advance
s their local interests. Thie remark is applied
Sable to Poughkeepsie, Catskill, Newburgh, Co
sackie, and perhaps to all the towns on th
Hudson.
CATSKrLL.-A very numerous meeting of th
citizens of Catskill was held at the court-house o
tile evening of the 10th inst. The object of tI
is meeting, as stated in the notice,was "for the pu
d "pose of taking into consideration the various ii
",terests immediately affecting the town, and ti
generall prosperity of the country. And mo:
particularly to present to the public and the lei
e islature, such a state of facts relative to our p
o 4aculiar location for the termination of the gre:
a "internal, improvements of this and the wester
"states, as may lead to a more full examination
e ,,of all the routes to the west." This notice ws
s signed by 'upwards of 200 citizens, of all parties
Sand local interests; and the meeting was a crow
ed and enthusiastic one. It having been tempor
e rily organized by calling Jacob Haight, esq.,
el the chair, the following officers were reported b
n a committee: Thomas B. Cooke president, Orn
Day, Jacob Haight, John Adams and Pet
SShaurman vice-presidents, and Ira Dubois and C:
t leb Croswell secretaries.
r A preamble and resolutions were adopted, fro;
Y which we copy the following; promising that tI
meeting resolved itself into an association for t
1 purpose of carrying into effect the objects coi
if nected with the growth and prosperity of tl
r place, and appointedfifty citizens, among who:
we recognize the names of some of the most re
r pectable and opulent of that place, as an execa
tive and acting committee.
.1 Reso'lved, That the said committee be instructd to pr
Sent a petition to the legislature, in th name s and it b
half of this meeting, praying that an act te passed a
thorising a thorough examination and survey to be ma
of the section lying between tie waters ofrtae Catsk
Sand Schoharie creeks, for the purpose of selecting tl
f most eligible route for a canal, to connect tle Erie can
with the Catskill creek; and also to petition for' an a'
propristion for a survey of a rail road route from "tl
Eeio rail road, at or near Bettsbnrgh, op the Susquelia
nail valley, to connect with the Canajoharie amd Catsk
y I !.1 i
I r:. u.h, That this meeting wi .-. .
) wita the president and-directors of '- *-.'1 -j -
,f Catskill rail road company, whenever in their 'udgmec
'it may he adrisable, for tile purpose of obtaining su
aid from tie state as will enable them to construct an a
ditional track through the. whole line. And the commi
S tee appointed underthe second resolution, arej here
charged with this resolution also.
Resolved, That we'ihereby pledge ourselves, each
e the other ani. to thIe public, that we will not cease our e
Sections until Catskill shall possess that trade and coc
merce, and those other greit and important advantage
o which have cen forcibly wrested from us, and by po
eseosing which, our town cannot fail to become a grer
populous and wealthy city.
CoxsACKIS.-A meeting of the citizens of Co:
e sackie, was held on the- 30th ult. at which Co
SOlney F. Wright was chairman, dud Capt. Josep
Nelson secretary. The committee appointed at
e former meeting, (John Ely, Ralph Barker, At
thony Van Bergen, ThonIas Nelson, Tobias Ti
ler, Ambrose Baker and Peter Hubbell, esqs.
1 were requested to urge upon the legislature a p
tition for a charter granting the privilege of com
d structing a rail-road from oxsackie to Schenecti
e dr. The meetingresolved;
'That the time has arrived, (and a public expression
gone forth to that effect,) when snme new channel of coil
] munication ought to be opened,from the head of i fre
navigation of the Hudson, to soime suitable point on t
Eric canal, .and further tlhat w believe lost sinceiel
That the improvement we hc ave in contemplation Ias d
cided advantages over any other that cam be offercdkeeh
ing in view the short distance ani very favorable roe:
for thie construction of a road.

I- Legislature of New-York.
[Reported for thie Dily Albany Argus.?
IN SENATE.
]fredneday, Feb. 2S.
S Petitions presented and referred By Mr. LAC2
of inhabitants of Genesee county, fot a bank
Le Roy. By Mr. MACK, of citizens of Chemuni
e for a rail-road froom the village-of Ithaca to tl:
Pennsylvania line, down t e valley of the Wyi
koop creek. By Mr. VAN Drc, ol' inhabitants o
Orange county, for thIe incorporation ofa mutual
-. insurance company. By Mr. PowERs, two, from
Ulster and Delaware counties, for a rail-road from
Sthe Hudson river at MaIden, in the county ofU'
Sister, to or near the junction of the Smith Bus
kill and Esopus kill, in the county of Ulster.
d Bills reported:
e By Mr. WILLES, to establish a ferry between
n Verplanck's Point and Grassy Point.
By Mr. BsCKWITH, for the erection of the net
n town of'Oneida.
Mr. EnDwAnAs, from the committee on the judi
ciary,'to whom was referred a t resolution of th
senate, directing them to inquire into tle exped.
d ency of appointing commissioners in the states
Ohio and Michigan, &c., reported against the al
Spointment of commissioners, on the ground tha
the state could .have no control over officers ai
a pointed out of its own boundaries; but reported
bill extending the provisions of tIe revised state
e utes as to'the taking ofacknowledgaents, &c. t
the judges of common pleas of the states of Ohi
D and Michigan.
THE USURY LAWS.
The committee of the whole, Mr. H. F. JoNs
,in the chair, again took up the three bills on th
subject of the usury laws.
S Mr. MassoM resumed and concluded his argue
Smerit against the repeal. In the course of it, I
introduced a numberofaffidavits on record in th
'court of errors, proving thd extortions that ha
t been practised by money-lenders upon the mecca
, sitous.
Mr. YooNG replied; but, without concluding
gave way to a motion to rise and report; and th
* senate adjourned.

* SURPLUS REVENUE BILL.
TThe bill reported to the Senate, for the distri
- button of the income of the Surplus Revenue, vi
no doubt elicit, as it deserves, full inquiry and dis
cussion.
It appears that the report of the committee
at variance with the wishes of many friends o
education, on the propriety of granting appmopri
nations to Colleges, to enable them to aid in th
improvement of the Comnon School cause. Tha
proposal! of some of the Colleges to enlittdi
reetly in the cause of popular education, is cer
tainly ons which should not be rejected withon
much deliberation. It- is very certain Chat ou'
common school system, with all its excellencies
is yet very tar from being what we need. Ti
public good demands not merely schools, but gool
schools, otherwise the people are wronged by tht
name for the thing. The great object now is ta
hasten their improvement. This is understood.
and a few Academies hare been called in to cit


this object.
The improvement of our common school system
is an object worthy of the efforts of the highest
class of our practical teachers. Why should the
system be left destitute of any aid that can bh
secured to it? But, aside from the aid our colle-
ges might be made to render to the cause of popu-
lar education, they deserve encouragement from
the relation they already sustain to this object.
A most fallacious opinion prevails to some ex-
tent, that colleges are chiefly for the rich, and foc
the learned professions. If this were true, it would
be thlie part of good democratic policy to say,-' It
shall not be so-the advantages which theyoffor
shall ba placed within the reach ol the whole peo-
ple.' The withholding of state patronage
renders them expensive to the student, and there-
fore, if any thIing could, aristocratic. But
the facts are that a majority of students in colle-
ges, are from poor families of themiddle and lower
ranks, as to property, and many more would avail
themselves of a liberal education if it were within
their reach.
Shall we then say to the great body of the peo-
ple, the common schools are good enough for you;
neither your children nor even their teachers must
taste of the benefits of the highest class of insti-
tutions, where (in the language of the report)
the humitian mind fits itself for the elevated occu-
pations of' thIe learned professions, and the higher
and more brilliant duties of the deliberative assem-
bly?"' PeaLUs.
CITY or ToLEDo.-We doubt, says the Colum-
bus Hemisphere, whether the history of any place
in this country will show as.rapid an increase of
population, improvement and business, as Toiedo.
Three years since, it was a wilderness. It now
contains more than two thousand inhabitants,
numerous mercantile establishments, warehouses,
and mechanic shops, and has been incorporated as
a city by thIe present General Assembly of Ohio.


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P- LATER from FLORIDA-the INDIAN TVAR TOWN ELECT ON. [ro tl ouhkesi lgrph.
,r ENDED-OSEOLA SURRENDERED. Po EPIR COEIAT SCO-Ti inati
Office of the Chronicle and Senltiniel BliOOME COUNTY. tuon is now in t ll tde oucesful expe
t-An~gnsta, Ga., Feb. 16--5 o'clockC, 1.NIH. J[rn h igirol orerh .I tulni lwi h llltd fscesu x
Augusta, Fea. i- o'clock, '. ., [Feom de ingmonn Courier, c. Iu unt," and we venture to saythereitnotaschoe
it By thle Savannahl mail this morning, we receiv- TowN MTMETINOs.-The annal town meetings in the Union that bas stronger claims to the con
e ed the Savannahi Georgian, and a slip firomn thie of a majority of tile towns of Ihis county, were fidence and support of the public than this. Th
a- Savannah Republican, of yesterday morning, con- held on Tuesday of lhis week, and so far as we energetic character and scholastic worth ofthe prim
training the gratifyhig intelligence that thie Flori- have heard, haave resulted in triumphant successes cipal,Mr. Bartlett, in connection withhis truly
X- da war has finally terminated by the surrender of of' the democratic cause. ficient assistants, has made it, thus far, what i
-e Oseola and his warriors! In this town, the election assumed that impor- wanest friends winhedit to be.
The following article from the Darien Tele- taut character, which makea it worthy of more We took occasion to visit it on Saturday las
Sgraph, we extract froinm the Georgian: than a passing notice. For weeks, the notes of during the time ofthe examination of the variot
le GLoRIous NEs!-I-MPORTANT FROM FLORIDA.- preparation, loud and long, tiad been sounded by classes, which exercises take place at the close i
-n By the steamer Ocmulgee, Capt. Blankenship, ar- the whigs; and on the whole, when the day came each week. We were never more gratified than i
he rived yesterday, Sunday, direct from Black Creek, tie poll was the -most stoutly contested that we witnessing these examinations. Such thoroug
Lr- we have received the following interesting have known it on a like occasion. TIea wigs, drilling, such a profusion of whys and wherefore
r- we have received th folding interesting partc- however, were routed, and the democratic ticket with which thie grammatical and other exercise
S Onu the2dlinst. Gen. Jessup encountered Jumper carried in by an average majority of about 20, with were'judiciouslyinterlarded,makingeveryproblear
he and Alligator, s who commanded a body of Indians the exception ot one assessor, and thejustice, the proposition, and sentence, as lucid in all its part
re amounting to about 100. The General routed latter of' whom was defeated by one vote only. to the mind of the pupil as the roundjfull moon,
g- them and took about 50 prisoners. On the 4th, The methods resorted to by the whigs to secure we have never before witnessed. We could no
e- Jumper and Alligator gave themselves up with their ends were perfectly characteristic of the par- suppress the involuntary sigh of envy and regre
the remnant of their band. These warriors sta- ty. In the morning, a set of brawlers stationed when we compared this new and thorough system
at ted to the General that they would endeavor to themselves around the board, prepared to browbeat of instruction, witl the connings overDaboll an
rn bring Powell to terms, who was on an island in and overawe the democratic voters; and kept up Bently, flagellation and hourly fortifications amn
on the Withlacoocliee, destitute of provisions and an almost incessant discharge of slang and abuce, irritations which we experienced within the wall
a amuniion, with a few devoted followers. from the pollution of which even our aged and (or rather clap boards) of our almani ater-a. rick
Jumper and Alligator also stated that the great- most respectable citizens did not escape. They ety, cheerless apology for a school house upon
es er part of the Indians were humbled and thorough- challenged freely, and swore as freely, and there side lill in a neighboring town. This institutior
d- ly convinced that it was fruitless to contest any is little doubt but that several illegal votes were to be appreciated must be visited (as all school
a- longer wih the whites. Defeated in all their en- sworn in. While we pen this article, one of their ought tobe,) andweearnestly desire that ou
rr..
to deavors to obtain a supply of ammunition from number is a tenant of the county jail, awaitinghis citizens should do so. Why, the view from th(
Cuba and other places, they arc, no doubt, crest examination on a charge of perjury, and it is prob- summit of that hill is worth all the toil of climb.
b Cuba and other places, they are, no doubt, crest e a i ai no h r eo
ay fallen. The chiefs above named told Gen. Jesup, able several others ought to bear him company. ing it, independent of the intellectual feast thai
in that they would, with his permission, brig in ne other fact we are imperatively called upon may be obtained by entering the temple of lea-n-
er Powell, by- fair means, if possible; if not they by this community to expose and condemn. Mr. ing which surmounts it,
a. sould use stratagem or force. Thiney tendered Isaac Hamblin for years a respectable mechanic We cannot dismiss the subject without remark-
!a- would use stratagem or force. They tendered s a a li fo ye r
their families as hostages, and their offer was ac- of this place but unlfortunately deafand dumb, was ing that few places can vie ith Poughkeepsie foi
cepted. challenged at the polls by gen. Vincent Whitney, its facilities for learning. Within the last two
S Gen. Jessup has thus covered himself with glo- who refused to withdraw tle challenge, and Mr. years, three splendid edifices dedicated to educa-
he ry, for there can be no doubt that he will eventu- Hamblin's son, who acts as his interpreter when tion have been erected here, tle Collegiate School,
he ally have the haughty and malignant, but truly written language is to be communicated, being Female Academy, and Dutchess Academy, all of
brave Oseola, within his power. Weare glad that absent, Mr. H. was deprived of his vote. Mr. which are in a flourishing condition. Besides
Jessup has succeeded. One of our Generals, at Hamblin is an intelligent and respectable man these, the Female Seminary, known as Mr. Cong-
ie laat will not be brought to a court martial, for and an unwavering democrat, whose uiglht to vote, don's, a Lancaaterian School,several select schools
,n not doing his duty. What Clinchr, Gaines and has never before been questioned, and a school for the education of the colored pop;
Scott, under fair auspices, could have accomphishl- Very different indeed was the conduct of the ulation, are now in full operation. Such are the
ed, gem Jessup has been enabled to perform. The democrats, and we are freeto say at the polls, and monuments which will stand asrecords of well di-
Sstain which has blotted the national escutcheon, in all their intercourse with their opponents, they erected enterprise, unscathed by the finger of decay
that of permitting asband of savages to burn our acquitted themselves, not only hike bold and in- when the wood and clay of our external beautyshall
that of permitting a,band of savages to burn our eute heslen
e- habitations, and destroy our citizens with impuni- e ut also ike honorable ones.- have resolved into their original elements. Perse-
Sty, is at last wiped off While all this rout and disturbance was making polls, Balbec,Thebes,and Heliopolis exhibit a gran-
S Our correspondents need be under no appreen- on the part of the whigs, they silently and firmly deur of character even in decay, but few impres-
I sion repecting the truth of our statements. We walked shoulder to shoulder in the contest, and sive classical associations are connected with their
he can vouch fortheir general correctness. The Oc- very properly reaped a harvest of a more substan- splendid ruins, when compared with Athens, the
al mulgee brings official despatches from gen. Jessup tial nature than their vaunting and boisterous op- eye of the world. Why? because her Acropolis,
Lp her Parthenon and tie truncated columns ofpher
1e of the same tenor; and all may be assured that Ponents. erPten e encaed o n ofe
n- the war has terminated... We neglected to state be- How will the whigs account for their defeat ruined temples are all encircled with a halo of in-
ill fborp, that Jumniper and Alligator selected the 18th thins tme? Thn Irsh are gone-a full vote, be- tellectual radiance, crowning her name with the
of the current month as the day on which they tweeno700and 800, was polled-they ed been clhaplet of eternal celebrity as the great seat of,
-i were to meet gemn. Jessup, with Oseola, dead or. scouring the town or weeks, and on ii, day, as learning.
at aive is said, had fifteen two and fhur horse-' n. in re-
h Gen. Jessup, we are informed, in the action of quisition to bring in their vote.-Loc Halted, CERCIAL.
t- thie 2d inst. took 50 negro prisoners, 250 poneys, sUinUon, the
by and 1000 ad ofattIn Union, there were two tickets run, both dem- IT-YOf STOCK EXCHANGE.
Sand 1 ed' of cattle. ocratic. The ticket nominated at the. general Monday, Feb. 20,
to BETTE STILL---EOLA SURRENDEREn-Since town caucus, succeeded.-Briant Stoddar',-a.pcr- 150 shares U. S. Bank................
m- writing the above, we learn that a letter was re- 50.. do. -Union Bank....... ..........127
es ceived by George Yonge, esqc ofthis city, from the In Conklin, tie shiga wisely staid at home; and 35..do. Bank of America...............123
s- army, containing the gratifying intelligence that left the whole ground to their-opponents-Henry 850. .do. .Del. & Hud. Canal Co ...90a90
t Oseola has come into Jessup's campwith 300 war- Squies, speio. 150. .do..... do... .10. ds...............9
comei p Windsor- has done bravely. Her democrats have
riors. The great Chief formed hisn men into line- Windsor hasdone bravely. 'erdemocratshae 400. .do..... do.... B.20.ds.............92
leaned himself against a tree-and when the U.S. struggled in a consistent minority for years, until 150..do. .Morris Canal...............97a97j
I. officer, who was deputed to receive him, came up, two or three of the last contests; and now she is 50. .do. .Farmers Trust............. 107
-ll he approached him, and gave uphis rifle, with all rewardedby amajority, as we learn, of about 50. 100. .do....B.30.ds...........109
a the grace of a fallen hero.-Ib. -George Duse y, suprisor. 14-2.-do..Ohio Life & Trust.............110
a g A line from a friend in Greene, gives us the re- 50..do do... 30 ds............. 112
[From tihe New Orleans Bulletin, Jan.7.] sult in Triangle. Av eragdemocratic majority, 260..do..Mohawk Rail-Road..... .85a83J
i- FR MEXICO. 25.-JehialClak, 200..do .... .do.... B. 30. ds.........87a80
ARehedhis ci foColesville and Sandlord is said to have gone 400A .. do.... B.90.ds ...........90
S Advices have reached this city from Vera Cruzdemocratic. 361.do..Borton&Prov.R.'R..'103.a1031
e- as late as January 22. They contain the ifpor-500. do do... B 30 ds ... .....107
n- tant intelligence that the announcement of the [From the Washington Globe 60 do N Jer 100
Liberation of Santa Anahad caused great rejoicing NOAH'S LAST. 100.'O o. do... 60 ds. *. .105
Sin the city of Mexico. As soon as the news was Noah has crowded together in six liles, five dis- 100..do.. Boston & Wor R R.......'....93
received; the officers in charge of the government finct falsehoods. He says: 550..do..Long Island R. R............78A
n issued an order-to thisatoiisaeeaCui
Sthe event order-tof his landing authorities that port, to receive "The Presient, ads of Departments, otherpub- 450. .do..... do. ... .B30.ds.............80
-te h event of his landing atnthat poet, tooeceive n servants, together with the deposit banks, have all 50. .do. .Harlem R R. .B.90.ds........77J
e him with all the honors due to the President o refused to testify in the. Whitney case. Congress, iten-
Y, the Republic. ded on.:e to have been the supreme power of the land, is
le- The n national flag which laid been kept at half now a mere cypher, a follower in the Executive traui." Monday, P. .-Our Money market still con-
mast sinceicapture at San Jacinto, is o res- No. The President was never called on by the tinues 1elose. The heavy drats our banks have
tt ast hesinte ls apturodsc s
tored to its usual position. Three days of festit- committee to testify. Hsescldupntfr-hdotem orpciedritmosbefr
ity and rejoicing were likewise had, and the most mish a report of facts which are on record on there
extravagant joy manfested by the people'on the files of congress and the departments, to which public Stocks, however, stand pretty firm, all
occas ion. 'he referred. things considered. The pineh is probably greater
It was expected that Santa Ama would reach No. 2. The heads of departments" have been now than it will be two weeks or a monthhence.
Vera Cruz by the middle of February, and that he called before the committee, and have testified Merchants already are beginning to arrive, and
would be immediately re-elected President. Bus- 'without hesitation. the moment the river is open, our Sprng business
tamente,W bwhoi was therpromninent candidate,Band No. 3. 11 Other public servants" have been call- stillcommence. The Chesapeake and Delaware are
Y, who would, without doubt, have been chosen if ed belre the committee, ad none have refused to already open and steamboats have commenced run
at Santa Ana had not been liberated, declined in hips testify, ning. The intercourse to and from our city will
Sfor, and has tendered s is sord to is govern- No. 4."The deposit banks" have been inter- shortly be both active and uninterrupted.
le ment, and with it resigned his command as leader rogated, and not one lias refsed to answer.
i- of the army for the-invasion of Texas. All na- No. 5. Congress never was intended to be the CALDWEL, at Room No. Congress
if val preparations for that purpose have been sus- supreme power of the land, instead ofthepeo- Hall. fE-ilNacow
al pended, and in fact the wheels of government are ple; It is not, however, a mere cypher, nor a UCTION NOTICE-Thesu'sc.riberwill selra
in completely at a stand, awaiting the arrival and follower in the train of the Executive, but is a po-t A par of a second hand Law Library on Saturday
dictationf nt A tent and independent body. evening next. The books are now in sore, and can he
dictator o ata Ana. i examined. Some of them are valuable standard works.
SConjecture is riue as to the course of Santa Ana, Gentlemen of the bar that have any copies of law books
h but thie demonstrations on all hands clearly show [From the same.] to distose of, would do well to send in a list of them be-
that his will will be the law. All doubtin regard ALL THE DECENCY." oreFriday, and havetheminsertedil the catalogue.
fC2S It. O'uHAtA, utser re t
to the independence of Texas, as a distinct gov- What the most respectable of the opposition NTED, ia. atlAAAuconeero 5dote set.
n ernment, must nowbe at an end. think of the explanations of Messrs. Peyton and W a al isatly.aquir ato.Ldoit
Wise to the house, of their conduct in the com- fe23-6t
wv LATE AND IMPORTANNT FROM CAR- mittee, will. be seen in the following from the 0RANGES-Fresh oranges just received and for
THAGENA: Journal of CommerceF sale by feC'S E. R. SATTERLEE,61Stateat.
e Tar CONTEST commNCzD.-The Grenadian Brig TROLLOPIANA.-MIs. Trollope wiil find in tie DIVIDEND of four per cent. on the capital
e Marcelino, with a valuable cargo, from hence for Washington Globe of Wednesday, some very rAstock of the Canal Bank of Albany, has been deca-
Marcennwsti t uabl e argo,'red out of thie profits of the bank for ttac last sax months,
i- Carthagena, was captured off the port of Cartha- choice morsels for her next volume on the domes- andWill be paid to e stockholders on or after the first
if gena, by thie British blockading squadron. This tic manners of the Americans. We refer partic- day of March next.IBy order of the Board.
P- news reaches us through a different source than ularly to three different versions ofthe scene which fel3-tmirl T.OLCOTT, Cashier.
at that of Jamaica, and our correspondent assures us took place in the room of the committee ofinves- OORING GLASSES-JAMES BURTON'S
that lie is not misinformed. tigation in the case of Reuben M. Whitney, at Lowholesale and retail LOOKING GLASS FACTO-
ta lieaiRY,sNo. 2 Green street, one door from State. hasaon hand
a CARTaiAuENA.-The Grenadian brig Marcelino, Washington. One of these versions is given by a large d general assorted of LOOING GLASS-
Eskeldson, which sailed li'on this port in Dec. last Whitney, another by Mr. Peyton, and a third by ES,ranednh most fasiabe style, ihliei
to for Carthagena via St. Croix, arrived off the port Mr. Wise. The two lattergentlemen are mem- sell at wholesale or retail, at the lowest New York pri-
o of Carthagena on the 22d Jan. and was brought bers of the committee. Take it all in all, lthe rT- Merchantsa who keep the above articles will find it
to anchor by H. B. M. Frigate Madagascar, Comn. scene would have done credit to Newgate or Pan- Po TRI and PICTURES framed in th neate
Peyton, and informed that Carthagena was under demonium. manner, ad at short notic.-
s. blockade-and that she must remain at anchor un- CURTAIN ORNAMENTS made to order.
e til further orders. The passengers with their "KaitGo ;OR Moxx.-Oi Friday night last, at oneONG GLASS PLATES by the box, orsingle
baggage and the American seamen were sent on little past eleven o'clock, W. W. Charles, known O A. erN S P a subsc r hv t-in
t OPARTNERSHIP-The subscribers have this
,i. shore. here as Dr. Charles, was waylaid near tIe thea- day formed a copartnership under the firm of KO_
e There were several other vessels in the same tre in this city,as lie was passingfromhis place of LENBERG & COOPER, in the business of buying,
e situation which were allowed to await the result, buisness at the1 New Exchange,' wheree lie with ianufacturing,and selling of Fur. The business, in its
d and would be ordered off it they- decide to con- others, kept a tare bank and a roulette table,) vrious trasche, will be carried at No. 14 Green st.,
bamny. The public may be assaredihuat no pains wilt
a- tinue the blockade. The Marcelino and cargo is knocked down by meanlis of weights secured in a besparedto mit their patrona
fully insured in Wall street.-[N. Y. Express. sil handkerchief ost shockingly bruised in the ary, l37. EWARD OLENE,
'head, and then rifled of all the money about him, fea3-lm JEREMIAH COOPER.
e LOSS OF THE BRIG ELLSWORTH, of supposed to be not far from $3000, his w f WISHING TO SELL OUT-Any per-
Boston--BRIG TRIO AND SCHR. SPEN- cap, and a wig which he wore. HI vas shorty i1 50O being desirous of obmualning a good stand,
CER,.of Portland- With their Captains and after discovered lying on Chi ground in a perfectly naaay non' ss-Sit h emrl calling
part of their Crews. helpless state, and carried to-his house, where le who aill sell his stock of Groceries and fixtures in arade,
[From a corrcsjaondcntl o the N. Y. Express, (lated Boa- continued to suffer, if ho sts concious of suffer- as he is going in some other business, and possession
..L+ton, February 18, 37.J boing-he could not spealt-until yesterday morning sd r a t s yo r w
Il We have received the following, dated- Cohas- at about nine o'clock, when he dued. er. fenli-af
s. set, Feb. 18th: The schr. Spencer, of Portland, It was tor money solely that he tas killed-for rJHE TRUSTEES of *tue Atbany Feuale Acede-
went ashore on Scituate Beach yesterday after- we understand that he was uniformly a mld,mof- A ay, grateful foe the kind and liberal patronage ex-
noon about 5 o'clock, and soon went to pieces-- fensave man, neither drinking nor profane, and tended to them by thus community, and believing that
sah the hands are supposed to be lost-cannot as- who provoked no personal enemies. This deed ay sallameet hsohi rfeton'ciznnn
certain where the schlr. was from or bound, or must have been committed but a very short time at- 'rated tocalast may be retafoed in the nay and is ser-
whether she hiad any cargo, ter tne theatre had closed-persons veme in and sices be secured for tme general advancement oS-sacred
e We are informed by Mr. M. W. Tewksbury, about it, at the time the deceased passed by it music among us snnouce that they have resolved to sp-
Sthat the brig Trio, Captain Jolan I'umphmey, of and the tsnfinishaed building adjoining, it ummy not- be required fortuoduay xrieso h
Portland, 03 days hiroi Havana for Boston, cargo mer of welich he tras wcaylaid-tho place was niore iuastitution, uo the uase of a school, or ACADEMY OF
" 400 hbds and 39 tierces masses, swent ashore on public atthat time of night perhaps than any other MUSIC, ana havo garautmed so Mr. Russell much arow-
- Deerlsland, below, in this harbor, yesterday morn- part of Mobile-and yet sita such dispatch uas isif ssi s nc m
t. ing, and has gone entirely to pieces-vessel and the work of murder and robbery done, that the per- sill be sustained by tueir fellow citizens in this enter.
cargo a total loss-Capt. H, and the 2nd mate, petrators got off unseen, unheard, unknown. prix
(his own son) wSre drowned-the mate and crew But there is a busy search kept up for them. A maa',y toss.
'u ili oderngnensaerelya.flosvz
were safely landed. We have this afternoon seen persons was take up on .suspicion, on Saturday, Aitperssbsr n dp rshlbc
i the mate of the Trio, who has arrived in the city, but discharged. Two more individuals tere arrent- tributing neobers qf thae Academy' .ind have the pnivi-
d and who informs us that they made the Boston ed yesterday, and placed in prison where they are log ef ittimliag alt relm-arsals of tme Acadeay, paying
Light onn Thursday evening, and soon after it set awaiting their examination, which is to take place anecoa1mame ala others for adnsseaan t the public en-
in with a severe snow storm, and the crewe being this morming.-[Mobds Comn. Ado. Feb. Ut. cerisi
s nearly exhausted, Capt H was compelled to run .a. of sa, subject to suci rsles amd regalationa as they and
, in-at 10 o'clock she struck on Fawvn bar, knock- M ....B A
I i ed of her rudder, snd beat ove-bo'ii anchors Hamar, an Englillsnman, las been committed to formed.
seed off her rudder, and beat ove'lok shera t c j is Trustees of the Albany Fcsale Academy super-
were then lmet go, and about o i o clock she th'ag- e ih.- yio for ia-in kilen,
ged and soon after she struck on Deer Island, limo of Ha~lltavay, for I'sarn killed his wvife on Satum- sad furnish the pecuniary aneens and necessary imple-
sea br ailingr over her. Tse crest lashed them- day might. Both husband and wife were notoi- aens and instruments. Tne amateurs andl pupIls silie
sele to.... ther..le an.b. ; crS 'clo yste otins drunkards, and during a quarrel on Saturday left sita Im. Russell, to arrange all that rebates no he
Shelves to the wreck, an y or o o clO yese musical dearent.


""- teea so aft evening, .t-tamabetroay orr violeeroneIly ) onn er -I -d .^ '
Sday morning, she broe ito,s r i and soon after ps, m e n vui a s ca Al those wh arc disposed to become performingmeem-
went entirely to pieces. with a pail from the yard fence, after which le hers, are invited to meet Mr. Russell in the Chapel of
aThe mate states that he twas thrown ashore oin went into the cellar o' the house deliberately, to tie Academy on Monday next, 27th inst., tt 4 o'clock P.
a piece of the wrecki, but low he knows not-lie chop wood to burn. A coroner's inquest was It is also understood in the rraneent wih
saw tle d at thro himself from a part of the held and after some deliberation a verdict o man- Mr. It., tha thtie fvera choirs of tscity g to
saw the 2d mate throw hinself'from it part of the s -o. ... .wshig t
Swreet into the seater (thermometer 5 or 6 behoes slaughter was returned-thejury supposed that as ax-itaeelves Of this Opportunity, uill be instructed
zero) to saim ashore, a short distance li"o tme the murder was committed in a drunken rout, that by Mr.-Rusell at suds times end at speta terms as maybe
zeo tO simashore, ,a SUtheils an^e don1 rue -.' ^^ ^ ^ b
tmwa.te safest return to make. A nail was found ansec mwllyamranged between lhen. By order of Board
sea wall, but the undertow tooklahim under the driven.in)mtether head, probably hromthis end of t me fe,23 A., CPITTINTON, Secretary.
wreck and' he disappeared-the last lie saw ofcapt. 'i.- [ 11Ct Dai.P
SH. hae was hanging in the rudder hole, where he P -[ Daily d. m aila BOARDING SCHOOL. situated
I nto doubt fell, and bern D LIDuhal, renecony.Ivto e2 mle oets
no doubt fell, and being unableto extricate him- DAt RING AND OU TRACLOUS, ATTACK.-On Saturday k Iiundsoneand0Co rena'ia 3rtla 2bunio ts
self was drowned. Wind WSW, and more mod. evening- last, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock, revises lately owund ant occupied by Col. Ezra Post.
eratte. a black man was sent by his mistress to a store N Omastitutioma of tile kind in time state can boast a more
The brig Elswortb, capt. Adams, 60 days from near the intersection of Baltimore and South-sts. te talacaluyltiorlild bteap-
tecomamfort of- their imamamates. 'ilue course ofln
Rio Janeiro for this port, with a cargo of coffee, As he turned the corner of Baltimore street, a sructonembrcesall the braces of a rugh g
went ashore yesterday afternoon about two miles white man was standing at the corner, who accos- lish conmercialand inathmatical education, uith the
south of the light house, on Hull Beach, and lost ted him by saying m uncle, what o'clock is it?" to t`tin ian Creek saguages. The pupils all board in the
fore and main mast-she had not bilged, but the ieh theservant mde no reply, but proceeded faliy of tile Principal, an h tireaediallrespect
ea breaking over her iad partly filled her. After to the store. As he was coming out, closing tie sth April next. Stages rumein between Cakill and
she struck, the sea swept away all her boats, and door after him, a man jumped forward, seized hil lliea pass tIe house daily- te Albany stages pass
capt. Adams, in attempting to get ashore in the and dragged him into thie gutter when two oth- '"rilt oionale rferece to qualifications
chain box was drowned-all the crewv ale been ers innsediately threw themselves po ha,one adresPea tyil be given, licatn by tts
landed badly frozen except thIe steward, who was placing bhis hands over his mouth and threaten- or Otherwise.
drowned. The brig was owned by Z. Jellison, ing to stab him if lie dared to utter a cry, te oh- l
and insured lor $81,000, at the Franklin, Warren, er o thowing himself across himt, while athird rob- ilsoverter of age, orir Emglishis-
Fishing and Globe offices, bed him of his watch and searched his pockets.- dics, 3000
All this took place early in time evening, a MOO1- Thlesame, siviitibooli-kcepingasuchinataliminatics, 35 sO
AnlrST Or SQlURE PLATT, TnE BARNEGAT (N. light night and persona passing along at the tiae. do -',ih Lcilaa amaidreck languages, 40 00
TJ.) MOON R iuti.-Thi _Tli individual who, it will C q Bach Pt* top a fauish his owa' baed sau bedding.
.) Moo ".-- .is.individual, whlo, i \'ll Can such a state ofthmigas be permatted to pass Te above price incluile board, lodging, washing,
be recollected, figured largely as the presiding mina- unn oticed-[fltintomc Gazette. mmmnidijg, fel cuad lielhs.
gistrate in the trial of the land pirates some two fc-ilai' JOHN YOUNG.
years since, and whose leniency in acquitting The Plague is nowt scattering its ravages over OGERS AND SONS Superior Razors.
those persons led to suspicions of his being their the whole north of Persia, and in a single ee id at Vriy Store S
accomplice, waslately arrested in Wayne county, destroyed 10,000 persons in Constatinople tuema llialsoe amd Division sia. by
Indiana. After having entered into recognizan- MAR f3 bl,3it E1 VN SCIIAACX.
ces of $9000 in New Jersey, he made his escape jMARRIED, TOS, 3 p 36 311A '--- Ntleh PorsrsitGal-
to Ohio, and there appeared at the town of Scipio, IiPlattsbtrghollie instbylRev. J. Hwland .ili
Colt, Mr. Jomis HAlcK IcBROaMLEY, to Miss qM8ARYv IA ales, Jamses McItosh, St.-Washaigtsn, Auts
under the namine of Wright, as a gentleman A, daughter of Col D B McNeil Clair, Andrew Picen, &c., for i y
affluence, and spent his money freely. Suspi. f2 C LITTLE, 7 Sut t.
cious were created, says the Centreville (Indian) .- DI LITTCLE'S Catalogue o New Bootsre-
Chronicle, that he was the individual for whom On Tuesdav, the ht inst., OSCAR F. GaIFFIN, ion of VV cei,-L-
reward of$] 000 was offered by the U. S. Marshal Jeho Grifinh, iu the e26ti year of hasage. The Young Lady's Friend, hy-Mrs. Farrir
Time Yotnug 0oliner, by Dr. Aiccar
of New Jersey. He was pursued by Dr. James, Therelatives, friends a acquaintances of John C. Miscellaie, hy iarriett Mlltitcr
and apprehended Jatuary 2, a half a mile from Bucklin, are requested to attend the funeral of hia de- lead's Home Tour through lie manufacturing dis-
his mother's residence there. He has been lodged ceased so, Tins AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock from No 14 Co tciiofEusgtpiiiioi anl character of Winn
in Eaton jsil. uhinblai direct. AiathieP'iuaclss, e 2eS


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SALBANY THEATRE p^ + loIrLARD, Jr surviving partner P.ST
arid Tobacco Malnufacturersl, 4-2 Chatha ai street Ne
(ItIRD APPEARANCE OF MR. C. 11. EATON. York, oilers for sale the following aticlATTRS' FRS, SINS, WOOL, &,. &,.
iotntocotaiu .,n;y|perniciousdrags: J ,. ,----, -',^--= ''. p-si L, M. IIOFF 1AN & CO, will sell at auction an [Aucti
TuIS EVENING, Feb. 23, FINx .lM owsn t *i.-VF-Gcnuinc Maaccdloy, Imitatin do, Thursday, g3d ist,att0o'elock, atthetoW
Will lie (ro-e flavored') Sicily Maccoboy, M'altese do, Curacoa Until further notice, tile Cars will leave iL5 State street t t e ax- v a et anr y foene M y e-and voe S e r "
MERCHAY NTi O ers nted tie do,LAmerican lnppee, HUoMIhD]dd Tubeoaset,'5. (gh) er O Albanyat I ca ers' Furs, Shins, MACeel,
Shylyioa, 1Mr. Eaton Strtshurg. 9 o'cloelt.1- in tilt trade. Theecataloguesaand a ,pa, wy! b
CO.ASE:oBRos OWN 1 rUi-Deomigros, Pure Virginia,EEour- I1 do do ttie d (ay previous New y or k, Portry .
To conclude wil 'beon, St. Domingo, CopenlhPagen. (stirs. flavld,) Nattenito- 3 do P.MALI f a tttp
IMATTES FALCONE- ch es, French ORappe, American Gentleman, Pore Spn d do
Iib, L, Mlixtnre. Andl leave Schenectady for Albany at Faki&
.. ....... all A.1~): ... collmt Bo oks., Law F NP YE ,ow S.ur~r.--SctiH lTos, ig on .S.o'ok
B l;ank s, pr. Q- ull s ... ,I k,k W afers, & c., fir sale at C OA atsE do do I rnsh B lack .uar d or ri h H h1 o do
'aa., Pa pere. o o......T"oa st. 2s do P. -TO LE O N. 7 arid 8, 8. 22 Hall tu-e ps F
Ilatk Books made to order, in t i ebestooka oStr 1o7E th e Ow.T LI) In Pi u -TOCCtsWlxnToESan co.-S, al pa- 7 'to id,, nntil further notice m, o by Mrh a
~ ~~fe,2'2 prs, 1'. A,. L., do( (1oP. & 6. L., do (d0, P. & G.; large 1102 .P.. "Pz U i.ON ,Spi'l. I ![offices o m ae n o a ag

we d: ^ ^ ?^ -""" ^ plc._v,- pprP.A iedP j iedP ..,; ~S S a~w, REAL poo saTAT, fo books^ ;; and pap
-O-L. YOUNG"S0ORA.TI'ON bneforeEtie Y. :Sweet Scealltel C'onoko, extra super'i o, n bP.A.erL.; -J CA & SCUtENECTADA RAILROAD acuci

'aMce ,~l ic~~c.Ov 9r,------- in-t Ili paes UTI, 441S rl4S1aenetS roonsan ofics ,It-se--- moderaters-^ hS ^ SK,% e^
/file,, Association On Civilization and billt e Manofacturedonhl byPeter .. ,o t plol1bar'np. "o .n
a (fe,22] W C- ^ -ml m on and steins .l. pape rs front 2. toum0been t sIr officeN c o r. 5 t's,.
., for sale by [fe )J LI1 ILn i
IORConcheshe wild 500e;therbds,7aSirted.
1OSTER' S Edinburgh Quarterly iteview for Oc- Cea bI) ate ntcauanofR ira oceswl tI',.[.v ignw
eJ,.J1dsOa House, and two stores, one on ehinete torttkirr c a e o o l*r
tobpr Cotltobacco, packed ill half barrels, barrels anti tier- It!vedaly a w d Na e Nhe
[he Cabinet Miscellany 1 to 3 inclusive, at Is. CS. S Front Utier rel. 1n froc A. -I rte lr
'2or sale Gryefe*2nNV. C. ITTLE', 67 State st. cl Brown spnfi.Opacked in pound atnd hal pound bottes,
auild in 3, 6, 11-1, and ISr11t.rjars.oFron t Shenectallit .... ... A any, on A.thT Aly a DlSrTrnERRY,
i)LANIK ACCOU[NT 11OOKS--.q'he subseri- Yellow Snuff a,:kedfin Pound ,,tlthalf pounadbottles, Tickiets to be procured atthcofflieansea
0 bey is unuaufactrhne^, d keeps toy Saleoilrea. onl- an in snall and slrgey ladders. accordance with the numb, er and letter.'. .TO L
e erms~, Ledgers in plain anti Russia binding, Day T" A liberal icutla, o ah ywoeae V O N [ n




Sd^K^^ iiH~~~w~ 0.S 'VOTING,^ one~hnetd~u~ycteanao~ lo,,, room ^ ^^ onS SS the^id thirdAS -foroftl hueda ls
like do, Sales Books (Io; Journals do, Invoice (to, Cah81 N. 3. All articles sohldtt the above, place call be recurn- no30 Superintendent and Engineer. ceor e fN thM r ts
,together with a good assortment Hof half Ionnd Blank ,d. if not ap c)roved,, and the nlone) ettd i
Oka. The genuinea ,,ose n af ias nhi manufactured only Ili, SARATOGA & SCHI harm apIsENECTADY RAIL-. r N. Market St. armltrt.
0- 2"Orders Ifr a ny par ticular kind of Acc~ount Books tile subscriber, who haasoteIiainfrm'0o30eA -WNT R R AN E N .feu. O NG .13 .Mrett
.cu t cd w ith n eia t ae flo 10d d e sp at 'h p er ce n t Ilu w cr, sim ilar : ... .,. IOi '. . .: ,.. .t ] 1
It, O'HARA, Booksellernnd Staiooier, fi.I .-- din manyvplacts .- --- .. ..,r=, .....:- ;. ..-.., -"
t"02`2-^ ^ 5Gre t. near State. .. N, P.e to'N -Several persons are inth ^it^te;sor
r praoi- eo --a leo herSufn mtto o ir adwillbe t..- vl), lage of sreenbusu, oppositet
fea2-8t orKOMBYNBDElt-Th e innual U |ai g, i ur toa Cll funt, -orther notice, the departures oit is roa erian
line- ;. O TI wll contine nce onil Thrnsday, t e` 23d it- tilecsubscriher's, ic t call le toy tD O l usr fo p e ... e ei d el oa.r rnnc
iot, with the classes inlth fo ur[othudepa rtmenttnnder' odeev. So... l, are", also il ,.l lht r Cas illepraaraogtircne inly m.. ..in-g
ail compay, on he *il, aah and 26Y h o;' Xt firc s q alit. s g u cc nd sellin it as TO LT -n t we frame Owhlrn West arry, ell- e od an Ir of offi lid t i 't thr ward af of the wet o the Shene











deyt"from 10h car"..... tu o Bn'c""a "P ... M oncc day, a, ...t,"j tl- sefoll- Kin[ ru.s-u._cn ,ou taeen.. ., j's, ham the .. r->sa-^ ser lcaedbewllcacuatd. .ra..nfat. .g.s- inolupibetlyneeonhngtteh rno, ord,"cknwiDanstee, oUtiyacota"etfoetofBars""" Bto S_(say~d~l
,,ar o esrsAc owl, dwrs ndR




K ^ofte rrirvaHrlmra.rod Noftahcinee 011, on ill^a expn~eet turnpie oppoite NVhrte's ^oc Peaa e S n^ evrSyocudy Sa y Emnd "

"c anT lppwlh e house ofiJonat an t Ak i l, Moln da y thos e a an rhbtoadi teatoso atti-m d em nn rygmet ll h atr nd21Rvjarsryor telts m rvdstl fDna ehns i o i/teusmlifigi~ esienreies .y lF wO havin th Sullsupper St Gaadel aon thn) wth:IMat o
,e fe c of Professors Bulloer, SoutHolsteie .nfean uningantifin erri.rsnuff,3and selling i Il nlas i i lbnre. _I (sy 3 o'clock P. y P.ALI occupiei
e ~ ~ ~ Bl 2rn ia.'.h mnto ahday will coal- kigtispubliction..he S. scr. er w.. toguar Ils Passengers fortheSprings mayl ve ba bth ar th o .
.The at ndendtitIP. T Alcnstners against o tile reception practised upon them. ... ,...;r a M fro tie tenet in ml7-1w France anll u;,l,;
.t ,tu .... .... .'t... ... -ssortmenIt o t e loadingarticles may le Ihad which t qart at 11. v....
T reu l ly and in the a.,iou of accouet motrnscfi case BA I Yo S i t tile ate street, and cal bn dw'0lure touse, a oha form f tho ai p r-a w d
tendance offIarents both a lta e T le n uin ce, prnl iop rles inu tou'ns i wam, "0 t sitaledrant rtign s t ee btd






Tae 'e e Jo, flfi-ke wis ien h e wornl noclde wih apo A A C, do. ogfl e4l -il W R f.H C M N sto h nen rncpeo dhsot n fo hi J y.hta ecitono tcn.tbeu0epp-''''"ti ro ysoev-.--,,.I,,,,. ,,, ,
I e x e r ci s e s w ill t h o lf ], a d E e h l o f til e A c a d e m y o n"lT iere K L I N d f ai s a0 n- utdwt o dier o5 S tS lli.u
aesday, the29th lanst, ,at3 x "- I TpOTICE-A ..... ting of thesok a hohrs Of tie n Al- -orh, vi,. Glen's Falls and SandyIHi whieedni 'r.ectl
frendt T. ROMEY N BECK, Principal. c, anul t hsa e ad I C wil tile principles of dnd Duwr Trnfke Road o a wil the urin pal stage r"tesl toM ot e o N w t. I "
-n .~RD .oy -r~P e l ea d c i t i t t t nM y t s bb t ls t ll eeoe field ats V Chapnian's countinhgroom, No.81 Quay Hot shire, andh tie easternpr to assh ts,... ... .
J R.K No- n&eapply t rsaL te oNRAILk ROA -D street on the first Tuesdy of Match nett, at li oecoc de7 J JOHN COTrN 1 Pr't lsts, b the ,a ef.n
NOT ICE~t--''he books willbe open for sasscrtol d n 3 N COUTIGAN,- -S tip, ,1't. e F" I thr
r ". AL for tae purposes of electing --see iec. tor..s fr4rc bidng i. ,tlngI 0 os ft
the capital stock of t eNew,-York and AlbarivFal- a -_. 1... ad,,tnaa 13 -BO I~ L A Y A D C N Lg'; I f!',l ftwlda \ llahti fbtt aei l
""1 r uc dsomany te enuitngya ,r. Byorer of ,
allcompany, on the 24th, 20th arid 12th days of ac ,. ,P z.. g ,''*('r, ';, 'LINE OF PACK ETS;'IIt tell n tilefl. ~ s
"- "f mtl-ta C. LIVINGST ONJ S eely, I'
x t, fro Idln A A L to 2 P 31 toi u e a c h d a y a t t ie fo llo w -I 1g l ) e -- t bly lo c a te T ho c ,a r f ac s fr otate dc w ttamya c l se c i
places: "!]EW L.AW BOOKtS--Aithiu ua few days wil tablishlment, or at small expes aneslyb
At r he Toffi ce2 o the N e w-tork and H arlem rai road, N be issued from there ses unsg reee- .' ? I 2 mo a d aevosmgfconuar olea
No -- Wall street, New-York. dentsatnc Prattit~ellForms,&c., compile([ by John V. N. -.- eai lnt stlherro
0 Theo Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank, Alba ny. Yates, e 1q., cansellor at law. Fris work contains not The subscribers most respect if e er chants be T -uiI-ed. rc l






0f ie ate rs, Bank Troy. Ma Ie St. onl th us aLrcedn s ado te ino uo u el r ts. o lawlm y 'arid' S hipperseh hoduidsll ofee e Joe Bentnerpisn, Arm ni ,til B.1A anN -et eta ted. The t eea t hen t of anidre et a "of!*B n 0 ~ **L (C.s ,? rt e o .P iib re ,ot el m d ng gf
B A E H OS1o1m v n a e f o t n o l ble Cform s B An K & C Ou aud ital he interiorhe via-t C a al N o.-r ad & c., tl.hau al t e de o,,' su s a s e o O w g ,O t b r 1 I i p i pe s h t ~ n b o n u t r ee ," a d n
The house of Ebenezer Poster, South East. .- sauce andaccoBnt-a -so, proceedingsin a- s sit (in conse- owners, and forged the following line Ofafi
,~~ati H.h Scudder. arid p.o.s..sessir;tn give eton the first of fnerant usefautstheinke o ludt f.ca,.o
CO'ArMSSTONERE.-!n mtt on verdict, forms of pleas, &c. in abatemt ain w. S fu dd t T O t a ht and p isse son nethe f
fe2 1 36S . MFpin- s in th e action of account t, a s u np sit case, cov en nint, B ALT IC, do L .H p uililtley and M ay nextin, h t t bey s mPln egRrdta
G e o e eL w s o isd e bt eje ctm en t (a nd p ro ce ed ina i nn at ure o f e'j e t in n t ,) O L I VE R d o 0O F alle r. I If T hN o e,7 off ce ,th M r ke ts tr b
Francis Fickett JasVanSctoonhov alnsisace, yar aie t ireslvintresp and waste, ,,rote ag G he now dt Nu oin t and c Thoffi ee atiprc nanrCed b m
I-aiuelChievecr.Charles Henry Hal dnrl -e i a habea-ru er -n ^r ., oE LwsRco nh~ w
Jon Harh, to Boies 1 t







Tarketsre, BeldeeHdsnadD iin ilks given an life~'S Work concludes Nvt approve&dite yan ot B Asanwbik lw. n donBreA-LANCadEn.Br i t llm asplidwthsrpio.Tesiutono hs ami sc s ila-14et-prostnAlanwe t odef n co
Itinne Adriance forni ofey"ed ^ bill ofta^ ^ costFothnsofanxtte and^;S ^ ~ r ^ h severalT rare. preceden^ S -
Tbo- ~ osatieb~o~i W Oic~u Iter ," m ene I cor I,.: Ma.e Poster. jugmn recrds Beids precdent areee, gifave ^ p n o ,^u f odS B~d {-No
Jeremiah Aderson S.IOEAIEDNA UGR
AlbroAkin 0 gret variety of 'proceedings' tindelr ur ryeviet i statutes ENO [uwaURTISS, dos o A ears. i^OM gA ......
D sA'S w n s work o e (2d ed.), interspersed with occasion rtent rew- [ILd 'S LI F NEu BOUlli t tf e TO .LET -T ....ip nr
rVANTE IMMEDI rAr ~r:TEL r 50S hip and ce and s .ever.al.vauale tbles areadded to the ok- Which lw.illbe regularlyvdcsae d wc xe rn
/House Carpenters, to whom good wagesiwill he Thiere=.lsed statutes antd thiestatut'es subsequently pas- tile above, plaCes, With whbatevrfegt a fe hs T E ,nlpses










nIve 'n. ~ nvirT ^Rni, ok ac 013 I Mpevi 9 i TY% ltW'G' stor, b ick modern E AL bDMui nxloawthgo uidnsaditas afrtraeFrmoaio otei rft r Iead
.....if. CUdar Troy nth fDemocrac Iron PWopert. and d thel *B11 C, consuo en d t l s.the l i d n l a w d n ly stae y d oeie









-N. 13. one ned plybt is t ae okie.f,1t prges oft he wok ll-a Hpmerha ofioehiterto nko wnee IJ house, one door toth northreihr fth ." T arn'fh v1 te esrRoisos& o o ubi; r~pybi
.II. l sre." Thev house b- Is Lea "sa .O AETsing from age, i md, p, w T ses ark tnis op orunt i staee, the e r i e J T. ... AN VE~rp EN
I ALE HOOKS, for moin ge sales of te2......erv ie 'O UD N & Ca wigeh wiateesll thee o toe very veselnge allD wtft bui
[ A] h p liS T o mc s hares B uffd* f0aloeCit by Bank 41 5-dtr awepo Book sol ert N -tet t cot e Secre.tr e d elgtot dr haught s te st an ed to or r mcar 'o vO ]











hap sfotonavrmoratsbet It let "he 7 l SAM J BA 'U -ni 'B~ t li"* l'ne '" be-i RIH' ". ded vITT lo A M nw steFt im sFri efro ofe
C O M Ml t SC H O L DE PI T Y & WA R R E N thF rteri oters ap plypto py SA S M I T H "a d u s r e t
fe2l1 365 Southt market, A St_.e o-n I OOP PEMA A.G UD&N C O I O 0 fnuncal5t J. dcp y tH capas or ay-st. w coNoI,,'ALL EM Hon sM i .
T '- ,~ra ,v .. .. SAL -T es awds 3oopwa Sele rs.t l ba ny.ree nush whoarl~ e -iondividualintyeorvestlemdefistoth y e t herpr ,ise Jl "'. ; T.....VANe E













JL rEe-Oe BOlFPEey uy a iron, tirge manacuen~n 5o acas, at t ergen Tl uire th v C. Ll .L lis ol l\^ tUlt i-cv-J .yI nui AI y H S.W L O T ^adila iesaeofcliaio.I a fn upy f 'I rert nt adme h veso urfnso
HALE HO OKSnr ~l) -, GOULD, BANKS hrz CO, ywotmfovtrelth was nq o enlv lookforaAfo itctheesorlrikdeiln beatVsl

1 od t ia oftes t e o e r subswrbe r. f dorestir goods, &c, fo sale by LawEBoLkssellrrs.6R H RSw dadnharge. G s de te mastner o o s t












-'.To ........ thog the v. m paturing di ,tc ts ofE gln.- Aelbay Jan C.4 83 LITTLE,2B7 elta t f orre t o the Lays ok m cnmpoe, o anayan"xch flct P sesingve m edae-'n G EN"C R NS N A"o t sve^ BS ^tra ae e p tor!
JeS E & be at-iNd tnleainterVoe, St ale3 t. 1 -$ ie tohcall ant utve sane tyy toi naaod ex ai ne-this ^ i ". '^ A "M Jltts a" 5 oecueied EZRAh P. PRl b











tON' ME ''A S CAT O -rrne ,e 'n covnin Jiic whc r"uie lin o"ra issorment ofy -'AH I" *' ,STs O I-FomtefisAfLoebr ei AL A Y E RNTR E CA E Y SaaoEFERaouENCesfoEteSftn lceo K.ac, gto aawtliiposIiyobig
,I,!t the te bricstetk reandgalB l l a l J)e b.supe t t
faktsre ewe n Hud 9Son uth Div a rlen sts ANC .- .. .. F. O..."R aosg V ite vna ent s, who I[ 1 ProfAssiauew brir
.... _" intrtmm ts, n themostapproed cnstrf- .0es" Also, oin same range, a fineELYE














I ent Sof letue for the resi e of3t-eing thre ionf or rnn lt rdueased ellr12hus n h ay' opmofrFbuaySF lrc""'arolcs nicne llli o- A Ti ettr fteAcdm o mne n~n- curdson ravsr, 8l kiles fro Surveuors Landieg, 12end .... .. oni purc.asing Doblos.o other cur"y to w
Febr ory, wucrt i d bye its contrrsaiuso n isrendere t that an- For aew paroae oh s o w Great respectf ul n e --FrN fii'st o f.Ma











Tuesday Feb 21. Prfes r rW W.'M tatl e st. Ont e s ea htle ihutele b T P eN .K .I. % Ves o,\ N., tr lp R "L 'E ]II -- ew cop JI[IIlLIe storgry29brrtckdwehng uoeseIocnentecnf h aneoean rtrce lle potn lme o h~baymret ad ta n- Psag eurdi oo mria bpgfe fo e
rlr~eia~rn anuat urLI er sTEELndf o ok nr3--a EEL OHUI srele n o l y',



rang or e s3 Mar- e stre, teof-Aibid ltivision ta soMte o ceoow arnd tp i
FId Peebnrgh1andProfstantined of Unon Dilvsi onet. .rt feb8 wHAKER HERBS-A new supplyr rc e at "o -i fe Mnt, ree ntlve epon eror EN at tBel.or a b







On oliica Ecnom bSTc BTiber 00.ice I e n BA NUM an WH IPP E Full frteVaighty tor e,39passage ,sapplyt eto 1tM idnlaehea o f nonCoige n h upr narm ntan w oash ln i llw d obeofte ioinliywot pytoo adrs sPaltteere or.
Germ anvinl 3i, b~~~~~~~~y AbayJh Jrn fe'hgean.R 24, 1837. jsessi'nwt'me tyof~w 1r t il a gents.I R -- aeexrsl frt m ig f1 OaT-Fo ths



.ar ten iCUe.of M cottork n opening anE enHiVreNne wto f ods .. lap, SNO War ityEPH N VA re b oston.. "24 tieIltheh shoutiv
III& G R OSt E S-This delightful peillimn a H US CR IB t E RSill e innt~ ue oadt A ClAK [i~
lencstotuy yaeey nnrn ]'nthe irstandofMay he w haremove to o g4 edr Ine- fl.eRe.eWe N toerac 86on LibertdPok, tyAl dte [ii t
genuineothe atetAeroatcV;patonlsteetI. "ATtorF-den.c," Ag-ent. '-d' .omrvinn foint: aclomlm f-tf














AnEsayonth Prnipe of Pt RUcooYN, f&e.,B^Uh i ts happies1,00ars o f~cl~ first aefrmn adselea, 1 adhsrcetybenpti eo eai n orpoesonlsuieo'olee ^ ^ i0 ?^ 1 IW T tt> B 1n'WI -,^i
Ch. ofomon oetuea Tre2r(> a AND "O ] "I T T A 1r amere nbearofe c laeo f ui Tesi lnswres ,-" *'" "l H E'R 7 tt-t 3^^ Tetrsmd nw y.... ..... .ne IN lrB~HM N ,a heewaudatspl ~l~ lD A rN R H P ^ iieglee
Vlnen, o t street, ebetweeo.narc Hnedson and .
fv21 STEPHEN VANa SClHAHCKAR- 41lu vst oran e lhesrEs qi ftebs hecutyafrs





urefoH Tr w Sill be errh xntsk sreA Ceque, kodl e y sf ugis n i a1,,--t- Sy. Alban, Feb. 1837.ng ,r ves f, all k in o f i a ,. Surveyors, Stanley,,Re
thisLg~ Fok si a euedarpdsl hrvr salen.by Ciompasses, o .me of ,whch Lires)$ .,o ,co.nstructed tha 'i an- .h,,, wU utn,- o bsi ess. nth





tro i e ts a h e a le ct s singleb tle oLi-stralt-ills, Was, L10aefers oteel oen^n f 'or s e8, I by staeo s Jute s of Wo l on.uldnty .lO !oseti Also, centre r
ba nPhtt ce' cn.o o LInTmn7SShat s. fT l 8stsa" 2ery n P. M Bn oe r o"l w the n d |olt N ''t^ o reTR Commrs3toNorv- .." Y oLDS b dwelling.ho a u e an t o o n l r s r t,
happy BfOrtOKS er mprat ntLIER bject tle t s the rcr23h 7 a7 '- SAMLJ BY & RD .H,) .'Vojut rg'ied gd orsa














chlrn into hoe dometi rlatind~swhhare oming '% 5?^S 5Son^a '"u 'AKS "^ et "1^ y .hol-' f* ;",'o=~h ..... % on ir XRX a G .... d--,, itne
lu^sthe-etlb s-e--oh-- AV For s'e Ot the ,R N J Il l7V AN V-....
P~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TH 2OMOCHO1DPIO0I.- .A1-1, I ple,-Aasvetryure.1tere~ie fral-y ] Sh\' ~~t~iss{oe






St. intere busand 7C state b ty Vo Albany. wa bHK AuD. nx, an Tre-y, ofs. a- fel5-10 W I LLA. M R BAGL EYy-at eoif ANeFT
oWated bye has Aec ofe I L or. N Market st e, (3 doore of ew o .hd o I w o r r d Jusredb lane. a yi in,.a te State stro mc.
Tourjthroualf l thd m annaeturing d ROB rictsof R ER ngland fe20 W.V C LI'TTLE, 67 Statestre t The L poyIst ookfuc h Albany. -exprovesslyqanary n 5 a s tonss etleni Ilt nextn
,as.t India S"ketch Book ,.I I. 1 I,...Itito23Ao glm
FtoraYork,, t ,, a-' ridi nwo pening an enti~re ews tokeo- goods arAin l ary ...Tr'i}[[ly nnre .








TCIeH O Great Merpoi W. at No.L-I 100k Wiliamstrt lie will PR continueam pito ad to e prpIeo Sl VAN inue Soetn ti lltv w tr rm delnHnMAA tC A .LNIG roes JKi~mrcstefasbigtegetrpr o eit~'v au
atels 67 at st ae di"ferent ." no eranch rror 0tntheearNaIto3lh variety it eale aA tie srietyo ftoreis a frnds e andonf ti llsSo e ^ "rl A rthMonthly Maaz eaI for Feb r wi te s a c
erevoi lewrents fo Phe esides o t 20 reas to produce p d panafy teae ntoy 1'2 hoyrs, and Work land adjicing Fetruary sae... trn toe wet and deirbl asotmnt N wTo
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Bolbear'a Seience 9f Pracuieal Penmanabip company, or the undersigned, until the 10th of March, t'dibishmucnt for sale. amoni' vehiclI arc Gr'een's Straw J~c Loccupied as a boardigoseb MsJnn.- te13lisat. *-- BdeotePanco itigfaou60crsf e tf O S I A Y CtiesfAbay Wtiui
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dir_, and Dr._Edf artde ane Dr, Cox f20-td No. 368 South Market st. ;,,w Romn>nri tr.-vsioni- *.Itvotn d T.' rnin Dr.ill. accommodations for a hotel, a


The fire proof brick stablein th
street, will be let separate
E. PERRY, No.682
GANSEVOOR
fco-t office No
A TO LET-The store n
I.Misses Mott, 287N
BRASTUS PERRAet
Ira fell E
fc6 *6Saest
iilglf FOR SALE- the Tod-
* house, No. 16 Lumber street
MB two vacant, ots adjoining
K ll; replete with every con
ply to F.
fe6-dtf 175
LAFAYETTE HOU
ington street, Albany-The subsc
Sly informs his friends and tle
house is now enlarged an
style, and ready for the rec
12 to 18 boarders can be ac
by the week, month or year,
sonable terms. The above h
pleasant street in the city, a
convenient locations for me
whom he solicits a share of
er company. A
N. B. There'is a good and co
the above, with a shed for ti
travelling by private conveyan
TOWING-LAKE
STEAMB


The Steamboats 0. ELLSWV
MOUNT-PLEASANT
HEPt4Y ECKFORD,
will be employed exclusively
ing Lake Boats, daily, be
de30
M RICtITER, A. D 1.beg
. inhabitants of Albany, th
bode in this city with the in
in the French, German and It
in Music. Apply to Mr. DOFP
music stores,
W ANTED-To go in the c
Iron Foundry, two Black
four Laboring men and six
need apply. E
BACKUS, AM
fel3 No.
ClABINET AND UP
IHOU6E--The subscribers
sortment of fashionable. Fu
No. 116 State.street, where
a general assortment of Cab
Also, Cushion, Moss, Manil
trimmings and go
1f13 JOHN
"P URE SPIRITS-For sale
13 Stte-t
1fel3 E
-ENBUSH PROPERTY
-TE-Ail that valuable proper
of Greenhush, Known as the
ing ofthe brick stores now


Turnip HoHa, Pndney's Re
HInes, Rotary Pmse
fl-gin BURN. S
M WHALE takes this op
Sincere acknowledgments t
izens generally, for their r
ting up of the late Masquerad
in such general satisfaction
gives notice that it will be
of ';%arch next, by which thn
ed prejudice which exists i
our citizens against such fetes, w
FOR SALE--One large an
.iL' Lathe.
fel4 S. M
WtjV ANTED, a good Cook;
IF furnished with first
ply at this office,
W7AWTED, *a dairy maid
B furnished with good reeommen
this office. f
I UCIFER AND LO
sold and warranted at the
Marketst. no5 S
*-DIAN.O FORTS-Iust recevdfo thfaoy
S- of Messrs. Grahamon, Bu
high toned, grand action P
fe2 R. 0'IAR
20OLOBED SILK BR
st. [fe3J A
J-BOSWORTH--PORTRAI
* corner of Green and Hud
ses warranted at 810 and 8 12
portraits. Specimens ma
fe6-3
O'RANGES-Fresh Havana
and for
ja4 E. R. SATTE
VW[ARPER9S COUGH R
F1 the Variety Store 392 So
Hudson andDiv
419 S. VA
78 WILLOW CRADLES
9 and of good quality, are
Store, 392 South Market-str
vision-streets.
FR]NC- PRINTS--Red and'
-'prints; juat rec'd and fo
Market street, cor
oc5 MOSELEY &
D[)AY'S POCKET ALMAN
ed by whiolCsILe or retail
Market-st,, between Huds
,Ja*6 STEPHE
ENGLISH THREAD
AND 1NSERTINGS-- A large
widths just opened ns 9 M
oc3 EDWIN A.
nHIIE LIFE .OF CO
A M, L, DaVis, just rec
Jal0 1.. O'IIARA'S
aENTLEMEN'8 FUR
IL. Market
jal6 E.
TRENCH MIRRORS A n
H' article for travellers, rec
Store. no25 S
y THE SUIJSCRIBER
f furnish to order at thi ir
Albany county, New Y
N of superior tone, and w
approved cast iron'yokes ditte
ready, to bang; also, TownCl
veyifig Instruments, Copp
mr23-dac MEN
ENGLISH AND A
FINE LETTER iPAPER-Wht
R. O'TARA'S Book Store a
No 5 Green ja
WINTERX HOSIBRY-A
fofgeutleinen ', ladies',
atboll' wool, Um'rino, oair n
Market st. nou I
DROMBAZINE, SA
9J STOCKS, lit 38.1 S. Markt
jna2 MOSEIEV
K ROUND VERDIGRIS In
'glhubcr Balts by the Ibl or
ten "tone, 1a hhdi madder,
woods of 0ll ki
jyl8 JOtLN S. S-MITI


which aforesaid, about 31 'i
consisting of excellent mnen
of it plains of most excelled
very pleasantly and desirab
and other purposes. There
fruit npon each; and upon th
eh. rd of apple trees They w
low and on accomunodating t
ductive property in the city
office of the subscriber, No
ROBERT PENIGO, esq
Also, two FARMS in the to
of Rensselaer, and state of Ne
from the city of Albany, adj
containing about one hundred
200 acres and upwards. There
very fine selected "fruit, t
over. On each the soil is of
well adapted to grain and
pleasantly situated-on a pul
and Stcpnentown. There is also
very excellent mill privilege
apply to the subscriber, N
tel7-dtfc2w H.
FOR SA sE--re ho eanlo
gomery street. T1 lot
ry St., running through t
R '28 feet front o
The house is three stories
and airy, 50 feet deep, wit
yard has fine fruit of various
ries, currants grapes, aud q
is on the rear of the lot, a
whole establishment presents
italist rarely to lie met with
JOSEPH RU
felS-tf CH
i~VALUABLE POETFB
SALE-The subshrier oerfor
*B dence in the village of
B. County, together witl
acres, adjoining the seime,
healthy, and in every respect
as could be desired, being
miles north of the city of A
vicinity of an enterprising a
with churches, store
The dwelling is spacious a
rious apartments well and c
delightfully situated ol th
W hitehall, and co umnaods a il
Hudson from its front. Ill
grove with several walks an
joining the grove is nu or o
tre
The outhouses, including [ r
house, wood house, and ice
the most permanent tuaterial,
There is also a very large gar
IN cultivated and improved
Jance, and fruit of
The cars upon the rail-roa
"top upon the border of the
landing and receiving Passen
ance fron Mechanicsville to Alb
the short space of an hour an
rail-road there are two line
day
The terms of sale will lie e
of Albany will lie taken in
ticulars enquire of
212 North Market
DANIEL
fel-dactApll a


globes, models, a ledid pppar
new, extensive and choice lib
tile students in the several
All the branches ofacadennl
high schools ane colleges, will
first distinction. The system
two classes, denominated th
embracing all the branches ne
male ed
The faculty have adopted, as
tem of recitation lectures, w
tend happily to the cultivatio
al po
Tb, Seminary is subject, to t
tions of thle trustees, and i o
generally to inspect its orga
rei
Young ladies from abroad a
t! family of the Principal
temn is followedLas is usual
families; and those particul
nmoralb, the manners and the
committed to hiscare, as are
.period'of their lives. The
lady for board in his family
,t nil. Satisfactory arrange
with private families, where b
reasonab
The price of tuition is fixed a
$4 in the second; $5 in the t
the fifth, and 8
Application for admission to
information, may be made te
Trustees. By or
JNO. M, GARFIE
The Trust
Hen. DANIE D
His Excellency
Rev. HORAT
Hton. HARMA
"AZOR TAB
WIM. W. FROTHIN
BARENT P. STA
Hon. WM. P. V
ROBERT A. SA
EDMUND S. HE
AUGUR WEL
HORACE ME
GEORGE WARR ,
N. B. The authorities take portui
that the attendance and scho
t\wo ensuing terms, will be
awarding the premihlus, mdaln
annual session in July next
PRUNING GRAPE VIN
]I begs leave to inform tet
is now tile proper time for
ness, and that a capable pers
are desirous to have their v
fe4 WV. THO R S
rl HE fistares and stock o
T. DICINE STORE FOR SA
tion of any young man wish
with a small capital. Ap
el0 GREGO
F"OR THE HAIR-Prent B '
and. Macassar Oil. Also,
Curling Fluid sold at the V
ket-st., between Hud
fc2 S. VA
I-VERPOOL COAL for
C. LIVING
jal6 No. 589 So


having been induced to do
ted with eed cine, who though
injured thereby-hs to cause
ihey are'woefully mistaken
was well chosen ; and it c
closed and the difficulty of
lost before it has been re-o
had elapsed ere I knew so m
I have again succeeded in o
all in my power to keep a
PILLS always on hand; and f
.the clerk, Mr. Bosworth, I f
cunmstance is likely again
Brandreth's Vegetable Uni l
wherever they have been in
scary for me to say any th
their cleansing, their pur
be maintained, and all whi
do is to be careful to ob
To Brandrethian agents-
corner of Hudson and Gre
and a large supply of pill
tiers will be promptly exec
tedl, as the present agent
acquainted with the sub-a
the Ledger, and will be abl
amnonnc of pil
ja25-d3m B NJ
N. B. No Druggist or Phy
Dr. Brandreth's Pills. Th
AUBURN AND SYA E
COMPANY-Call for tle
stalments on the stock.-T
and Syracuse Railroad Com
or before the twenty-fourt
of five dollars; and on o
next, the further sum of se
tlle first day of May next,
lars upon eaeh share of
ihem respectively, under
charter in case 'of non-
stock with all previous
Stockholders whose stock
New-York, are required
Delsfield, esq., at his off
of stock in the city of
and all other stockholders
nients to the Treasurer o
AuhuAn. Dated Aubur
By order of the direct
fel8-dtnha24tetmyl. Tr
AUBURN AND SYR
`' 1 COMPANY'-Call fort
nients on the Stock-The S
Syracuse Railroad Compa
before the eighteenth (
Four Dollars; and on or be
next, the further sum of
the sixth day of March next
lars, upon each share of
then, respectively,-unt
charter in case of non-p
stock with tll previous
Stockholders, whose sto
New York, are required
Infield, sq, at his office for
stock in the city of New Yo
all other stockholders ar
to the Treasurer ofthe
Bank in Auburn. Dated
der of the Directors.
del7-dtmar7 TreaB'
08O TE--Warraned
K r fanes, sa certain
50 cents. Foi'saie "at th
street, by ] B
J FITCH, Attorney and
*.,licitor in Chancery.
doors south of the Mansi
TOTIc --The last number
ocellany concluded th
which has been offered in t
1. St. Petersburg, Con
`2. Quinl's SIeam Voag
3. A Review of M,
America.
4. TheEastIndia Ske
5. Tife Theory and
6. German
7. Bentham's Tract of
The price of these wor
$1,71. They are printed i
lished periodically, canp
States for a slight nddi
: Foster's Cabinet Misc
numbers of 72 pages
annum. Subscriptions
fe lg %j,, c
ll[l-0kegs Lardktr
L- A.i'YW- 1()


Hastings, Musical Miscella
SCHOOL BOOKS a
k, Arnott's Physics, 1st and
ler's Analogy, &e., together wi
Books used, at
URK.EY FIGS-Fresh and in
Received andl for sale by
E. R. SA
feB No. 61
.-ILVER, GILT A
3. groat var ety of patty
jy30 H. RAY
Bp UTTER PRINTS for sal
or single, I I the Variety S
etweel Hudui,,
Ja30 STEPHN
IBROADCLOTHS-A good
and for sale by A
no1B 376 Sou
CIJiARET WINE, of the S
SLeoville and Lafitte
aul' E. R. SATTE
SCHOOLL IBOOES AT
to s
AVl the different kindi of
academies and schools in hist
TRON CHESTS-The subs a
It Delano's fire proof Iron C
reduced prices for cash
Ja23 S. MORGAN
TFHE subscribers having pu
establishment lately owner
city, are now making such
them to offer to the present c
-the public generally, a comp
,Conidcl, and other approved
Xal terms as any-other house
are making such improveme
Cast Oven Rotary, as expert
triy (to render it perfect, an
denceeHn recommending it as
known. They will keep Coal
Plate and other stoves constant
Iron, Tin and Copper. The
ihyMaynard French, as Agen
communications relative to s
ed. [ffel-tf]
W HEREAS the jnayor, ald
the city of Albany in co
ly y.their resolution passed
foarihe purpose of opening
street, require the ground
within tie space ofifty feet,
western termination of said str
.Delaware street, the soutli l
tie south range of said Gan
,fore, notice is hereby given
ground, with tile appurtenance
and to others interested in
;ing to the statutes in such
recompuense which Such owner
-to for the public use oftbe
.assessed, and the whole ao
Crecompense, together with
tenses incident to the proc
and assessed upon tle own
,orroccupants of all the house
,oflKBwreal csl ate, with the vppurt
tendedd to be benefitted-by til
and-appurtenances, required
may beinli proportion to l.le adva
or ownwa shall be deemed
iOOURT, to be holden in and fo
.eityhlall-in the city of Alba
'next, at ten o'clock ill the
,led Albany, February 23,1
THOS. W.
Attorney for the mayor,
1fe -lawtd or t
THE people of the state of
T 'GvdCee and independent to
Odekirk, lte ofthe town of
Rtensgelter, .dec
o *-U and each of you are heb
Bonally to-be and appear before
ty oflRensselaer, at the :urro
in maid county on Thursd
next, at tell o' Tlek in t le d
tothe prnbate of the last Wil
saawfOdpkirk, deceased, wh
-offered for
In testimony whereof, we hav
of our surrogate ofsaid c
>fL. S.) fixed. Witness, Jo
county, at the city of Tro
ary. 1S7
JOB PIEo." S


C. WVarner with several vac_!t lets, from which the DLANK SC
bnlldi.ngs were burnt last spring. If not sold at private for for sa
sale by the first of April, they will then be offered at pub- jaii8 Book
lic auction. Apply to brick houean
fel-aw J. & R. F. SLACK. P00oRo s SHA Wt l
V- o alrs and halls also a fewoDrNelssend
CARPET BRUSHES sold at the Variety Store thnd;'for sale .0 1 by ywMll,
392 South Alarket-st. between Hudson and Division- oell 2 t Sta
streets, by [ja23] STEPHEIN VAN SCHAACK. The IONWOK
st csbi ri23 _1I ENVA SHAC S HEET IRON WORKERS-3 or 4 good wor built in thecl:teei ulve ftervrfo
1 INTER STRAINED SPERM OIL ofthe e ors wanted immediately, by
r first quality, for sale by oc5 J. RATIIBONE & CO.47 State
(de23 WM. CHAPMAN, No.81Quay st. Ttfl'APLE GRAIN-SCO
PDLAID SWISS MUSLIN at 319 N. Market St rie*ret Store 302 South Market
1. deEDWIN A. HARRIS. 7 S. VAN SCHAACK, and one on Cherry s
^--("^ DWIN A.HARRIS.. vai^ ~naA^KThe above house is t be let fothfrsfManeti
BROAD CLOTHS--Just rec'd a good assortment C-AHILDREN-IS SLEIGHS sold at the Varety T
of superfine blk, blltic and dahllia cold clothp. Also, N' Store 392 South Market store
an assortnlent of cloths for ladies' cloaks, andt for salt, al del1 S
the lowest prices, at 384 S. Market-st., hy a TIAa
no9 MOSE & VAN GAASBEEK. A3 J 2
A Very large and splendid DIAMOND PIN, Just reel an22 BACKUS, A
A t and forr sale by fno231 H. RA-VIVIOND. PIG IRON--300 tons Scotc
In'LONDE LACES AND HOSIERY-.A good land and most approved bran
W 2 or'inulit of each at 371 South larket*t, l KUS
KdOtl.I I H.D. WAI. KESER, NDIAN .A. .. fors lr E .
IUSSIA CHIPP.ED IZINGLAS for .aie Store 392 South Market street be
R% Jatl] by J. DJVBAY, Division eta. Ja. VAN S CHAAC


!pNLARGEMENT OF
N AL- NOTICE-Sealed prop
ed by theCanal Commissione til 12
the 27th day of March next,
over the Genesee ri
The prices of the work must
trials necessary for the cons
ding to the plans and specific
Ued by the
The aqueduct must be comply
gust,
Security will be required f
contract, and propositions
names of responsible persons
become sureties. If the cha
those proposing, and the sure
known to the undersigned, or
a certificate of good ch'aract
possibility, signed by the first
ty in which they severally
No transfer of the cont
The location of the work, p
specifications of thle kind o
construction, are ready for
Engineer in the c
The Engineer is at Rechester
ry information and furn
Propositions may be handed t
.cd at Congress Hall in the cit
day of" M1arch next,
The full names of all pers
proposition, must be written
sa
The partyto the proposition
will be~required to enter intocnrc meitl fe
the acceptance
The undersigned reser-h to
ter ino contract for the above t,
T'rhe proposition should sta
yard, for preparing the found
ments and piers after the ex
A specific price per cubicy
walls, for masonry in piers, i
water-table and parapet walls
for coping on parapet walls, a
the bottoms of trunk,-and ov
race a
A price per cubic yard for ti
walls of the wing walls of t
cubic yard for coping
A price per pound
A price pe," M. feet, board
ber, plank and scantling, us
A price per M. feet, board m
ber, plank and scantling, us
and a price per M. feet, boa
timber, -plank and scantling,
thetrunk of
The contract for the above
ed by the former contractors, th
quire the person or persons w
take all tile materials procu
at the estimated pri
W\M. .
JONAS
,JOHN Be
WILLIAM
: fbS0-dactd Cana
Note,-Doubts having arise
AS to file lime within which
ceived, it has therefore been
*notice, which will enable tho
work, to present their propose
cific as to leave
,1T: tie editors of the Sara
Onoida Observer, Ouondaga
Western Argus, Rochceter
crat, weekly, Lockport Bala
will publish the above three
missioners.
N" OTICE is heretby gtiv t
tocklioldets of the nt
Rail-road Compauy, will be
Crass, al Claouient, In tle town
ffefferson, on Monday the twentle
at 12 o'clock at noon, for the
in pursuance oftile act of i
Lown, Fell
HENRY AT
G. C. S
SAMUEL LO
JENB CA
SI. H.
EDWARD
JOHN W
ROSWELL
feld-l Co i
ACK AWANA COAL-50
^ for sale by
jail3-dtf Corner of Mo










.~snc=~e~'=- ~ -' b-


T a court of1chancery hol1
A at the city ot Albany, o
one thousandeight huntdre
James Vanderpoel. vice chance
Simon A. Veeder and Elizab
Brinekerhoff, Lewis Dunham
Thomlas L.
Itappearing by affidavitto t
that the defendant W illiam
this state, butcamnnot be found
by reason of his absence f
Messrs. McKown & Van Bure
plaiuants, it is ordered, that
appearance to be entered, an
oni the complainants' solicit
the date of this order; and i
hlie causehis answer to the c
a ulaeopy thereofto be serve
citors within forty daysafte
and in default thereof, said
ed and it is further ordered
within twenty days au..se thi
state paper and in the New
for eight weeks in succession
but such publication shall not
complainants shall cause a co
personally upon thie said a
twenty days before the time
pesrance in this cau
ja9-.w
IN CHANCERY-Before tlhe
isa Cassidy vs. William Ca
rose Spencer Cassidy, Mar
Elizabeth Cassidy, and De W
race B. Webster, Henry Cas
executors of the will of Patr
tit
In pursuance and in virtue
cause on tile fifth day of Sept
one of thie masters of this
public auction at the Man
street in the city ofAlbany o
(1537) at 12 o'clock at no
All that certain piece of lan
situate in tlietliird Wvatrd of
ner of Chapel street and Ma
three feet six inches In front
feet eight and a half inches
hundred and six feet five and
boundary line, and seventy-t
east boundary line; the last m
Also all that certain piece
ward of the city of Albany, o
(late VWolf street,) and wes
guished oi a mapi filed in the
ail county of Albany on thie
lotnumber three, and bounded
northwestcorner of lot num
south forty-three degrees
chains and lifty links to Mi
thence north forty-six degree
long the north side of the sa
along the east bounds of lo
fifty links to Lydinsa street,
the same ncue chain to the pl
Also all that certain piece o
of the city of Albany on tihe
dius) street, and distinguish
clerk's office oi the second d
six, and bouudcd as follows:
corner of lotnumber five and
three degrees and thirty minu
links to Mink (now Ferry) st
degress anud thirty minutes we
same one chain, thence nort
lot number seven ten chains
Lydius) street, thence along
chain to the pla
Also all that piece of ground
thI city of Albany on the so
street, and distinguished on a
clerk's office oai the second d
eleven, and bounded as foll
west earner of lot number t
forty-three degrees thirty mi
ty links to Mink (now Ferry)
six degrees thirty minutes we
same one chain, thence north
lot number twelve ten chains
Lydius] street, thence along
chain to the pl
Also all that certain lot of g
on, situate in thefiftlh ward
west side of North Market st
by North Market street thirty-
north by a lot of ground sai
two hundred and eighty-four
by Orchard street thirty-five
quarters of an inch, and on
said to belong to Charles Ch
y-four feet
Also all that certain lot of g
in the city of Albany oni the
nearly fronting the last descr
being thirty-five feet one an
and about seventy six feet fiv
Also the one equal undivided
remainder (after tho decease
seized of a lile estate therein)
of land with the buildings t
ward of the city of Albany,
of John Meads (formerly kno
on thle south by Steuben stre
formerly owned by Abraham
Columbia street, being about
ben street and on Columbias
and sixty-four feetdeep fr
Also all those certain lots o
near the one mile stone,in t
and distinguished oil ainap'
forty-six and forty-seven,
street: lot number lorty-six i
Sand street, on the west by l
east by lot number forty-five
street, being in breadth thro
number forty-seven is bound
on the west by lots numbers f
the east by lot number forty-
Foxstreet, being in breadth
Also all that certain lot of
ing in the second ward of t
and distinguished on a ma
lot number seven, beginning
running thence along Fox store
and ofthe same width in the
and sixt
Also all that certain lot of
ing in the second ward of th
and distinguished on amap
number four, beginning at a
ning thence along Road street
es, thence north one hundred
hy thirty-one feet five inches
and.sixteen feet to theplae
January 18th, 183
jy20:6w -,
A T a court of chancery h
York, at the city of Alban
a"y, one thousand eight hu
sent-Reuben H. Wal'
Barent VanAlen, vs. Aaro
Manning his wife, George G
BIinick, John Pri
It appearing by affidavit to t
that process of etbpotna to
and under the seal of this co
fendants, arid that the def
a resident of this state, coul
cess by reason of his absen
in this state, and also by re
from the place of his resi
Willard, solicitor and of co
is ordered, that the said
tilhse his appearance to be
be served on the complaina
months from the date of this
pearance, that he cause'his
bill to be filed, and a copy
complainant's solicitor with
a copyof said bill, and in de
nay be taken as confessed
t is further ordered, that t
went days, cause this or
tate paper, and in the news
troy, called the Troy Budget,
-f said papers for eight wee
east in each of the said week
,ot be necessary in case the
copy of this order to be ser
efendant Aaron Manning, a
ie time above prescribed
cause s Copy.
ja23-ew
'-Ta'Court of Chancery h
York, atthe city of New-
f January, one thousand eig
resent William T. _MeCoun
first C
David Brown vs Perez Jon
lapp and others.
On reading and filing the a
tting forth that the defend
nt of this state, that proc
en duly issued in this suil,
served by reason of his ab
i motion of Johnson and Ken
its, it is ordered that the
'pear and answer the bill of
res months from the date of
II be taken as confessed aga
dered, that this order bepu
reader, in the State paper
me, a paper published in the
weeks in succession, onc
nai8 Copy, JO
kT court of chancery held
I. at the city of New York,
January,one thousand eigh
Present, William T. McCou
it circuit.
:.emuel Wells vs. Ebenezer
mld, andothers.
t appearing By affidavit to the
it process of subpmina to ap
I under the seal of this court
vid Dudley Field, who is a r
suchh process could not be


son of his absence from'tl
n WVestervelt, solicitor for
that the said defendant, D
appearance to be entered,
ved on the complainant's so
m the date of this order, an
t he cause his answer to th
d, and a copy thereof to be
ielitor within forty days aft
, and in default thereof, sa
en as confessed byhimt and'
said complainant, within t
to be published in the st
ter entitled the Evening S
w York, andto be published
it weeks in succession, an
said weeks; but that such
II not be necessary in esse!
se a copy of this order to
said defendant, David Dud
s before the time above pr
his cause.
-Sw JOHN
[OTICE-The directors of the
Insurance company hereby
,ion to apply to the legis
'k, during the present; se
r act of incorporation.
25-Ow J
'OTICE.-The New-York a
Company will apply to the
ndment to their Charter, s
F to build Wharves and take
r the-purpose of the Fer
CHANCERY-Before the
[amilton vs. Adam I. Roof
a, David Spraker, Jeremia
hamuel Caldwell, Moses
lel Gilbert, Benjamin D.
rucker, William Shipmnn,
hell Sandford, Matthew H
c, and Peter L. Nellis, su
rge Spraker, deceased, Mar
i &c.ofHenry I. Failing,
Inistrator, &e., Julia Seel
sac Seelye, deceased David
a 0. White, executrix of

pursuance and in virtue o
eery, made in the above en
nurth day of February, on
hirty-seven, notice is h
if the Cherry Valley and
,that they are required to
nds against said company,
a I'


S crt fhcery held for the slate of New York,
'y T tthe cityof Albany, on the thirtieth day of Jasi a
't sr oneu t'housamil eight hundred andthirty-sevm --Pre-
S "t, RetuboeI". W alPort h, eh muncellor .- Pe
a iVihiamn Sturtevant and Hamu
tl ]s. P'o.l'y Payn, Charles Payn, Moses Payn, Seth P
Elect aPaynJeiiel rHamiblinand Betey h n It
t. wife, Moises Love, Mary Love and Martha Love, Stephemn
m' Scoelt csa f hsc
Ia" Seoel sil Sarah Sdovell bhin sewifea. ThomasDinga"ai
as and Louisa Dingman his wife, Phineas I atch andSte-
)f phes L. Viele. ce cudot
- It appearingby affidavitto the satisfaction ofthis cou
t thatthe defendants MosesPayn, Seth Payn, Thomas Ding- o
Smanm and Louisa Dingman his wife, Mary Love and Mar- T
n tha Love,'reside out ofthis state but are resideterof o
at of the Uited States, as follows, to wit: that Moses Payn
id, amdSeth Payn reside in the state ofOhio ad thiatThom
I- is Dinhgman and Louisa Dingsau his wife are residents c
Sof tise state ofIlinois and iMry Love andMr ha o



^*Ii-lnfomnaj trm y be ota e ascnfed Mar tha m L
'-are residents of the state of Massnchusetts-on motion of
s Ir. Il. tClark, oieounse for the copai nanla, it is O
e red, that tie sail dMoses Payis, Seth Payne Thom
,d Dingman and Louisa Dingmut ll1miswmfe, Mary Love su
t, Marthis Love, cause t. irtappearance to be entered, udm
d notice thereofto beserved on th co n tainat solicito
ed withinn four months fro n the date of this order; and
st case of theirappearance, tmae iteaey caoe there
in- the complainants' bill to be filed, and acopy thee
Served on th e tonlainants' solicitors within forty days a
ter service ofa copy of said bill, and in default thereof,
said bill ofcomphaint may beitaken asconfessel by them,
u-' orbs of them as makes default; and it is fU r
S dered, that within twenty days the said complainant
Y' ause this order to be pblhshend in the state paper a
o- a newspaper printed in thcalonty of Washington, a
n th E sad Spublication be continued in each ot
r- papers at least once in eaeh week fore eighteeks inseln
S cession or sthatthey cause a copy of this orderto ben
p personally served on the said Moses Pays, Seth Payn,
r, 'oans Binglan and Louisa Dingman his wife Mbar

et t'noa\ ln conrtn ae sont ntrdIteaov nied
r Lvae and Marthta Love, at least twenty days beIfore the
tue above prescribed- for hlei r'appesnaioe.r Copy.
, JAMES PORTER, Register. TibbilssanT
E. Cla r, Solicitor foreomnpl'its. fe7-8w den
WIN ClhANCERY-Beflt a ore the Vice Chancellour of tle o
Third circuit. James Porter,trunstee ofthe infant rctlie -



f ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rr o'clock, eaq soliito forfloig rmss iz l ht
u iten of Johbn B. Visneber, deceased, vs Rchard ,arng
e amnd l RHester his wife, and Joseph Dmsnison. e i
h In pursunuce andt in virtue of a decretal oruer Of Ilms e
me onorabtle court, nmae and entereI Ultne abov oee tle
r. cause ondthe thirteenth day of February instant, I, thi
Rt subsciiber, one of tlme masters of said court, shall expose
tf ee sale at public auction
i- city of Albany, on the third day of April next, at twelve
y o'clocktiton, the following presses, viz: al that l r
y tain house anl ot of ground situate, hying and o belin int
i city of Albany, anuw hich, in a mortgge thereof M e

-. byB avrs ret on Il ws by o.s anlotbe
ef ted by Richard Woaring and Hester his wife, to ohun
n Vissehern, dtehe 15th day ot Jone 1822, is described
a iehe dae h-h .
) followE, to tit all t at certain house and lot of gouteln
- situate, hling and beo id R Wg inthe i o
Alb ny, number ten Bevteer street, bounded on the north
i by Beaver street, on tihe west by a house and lot be.on


ii ~ ~ ~ ~ hn conveye torur theth R87.isasi W
Sing to Robert Dunlop, nows ilpuossession ofIsaac Rhinee
as a tavern,n the south byhan e


,-svfn B 'n. "h bhnplrEwii'Age
S yck amdom thi a by a lot of roum r and ifuns nith -
of round beitug inul fromt on Beav street twenty 0e


g "yi.L a an "o a .Be. -a". an .
feet Inh same in rear, and albat sixty-n t i ic
feet, ps~
t aDated Februa 13
'"r" "JULIUS-- A D..E, R

f.. tp Mse in Chney thi




, f cw e andt dessessed ty J o no.llo w s o t e w e t y
, MIdN CHANCERY--Befre the naneeo es'd are
i ateto n vs e anuel S Lui .Sn Be.sye is t
Lydia Ltsh and John S e kmn fe e
SIn pursuane ant in irotu o rdt treeSof then c r nl
heancery made in be ca od be anig dt thn o
t 11et dea o0 f eb..ru ,I thi subscribers one o time
m monsters osamh court. shal expose forp sa tp
I tu. .at..e mea'Hel a-usnd no D in North arket streetin I
e" lty ioanyhbs on sonuay the th irde y Olf prl next at
- tyia 'cLoch atn the foh S. seing pr.eses;
d e eqa sAnd ivided sixth parts of that tctu piece
- parcel and hOt oI ground s ituate, lying an being in time
-I n trd wanrd f lI e cit y of Albany, bounded on theeast by
mahd lc said ots awlexs oe teoe nle amt pu o f
treeta d thetr n, pato..H ..Y intNo rthMarket ..r. e


el ie atnh e ctual occopi oneofDoctor Samuel Stringerxe
deceased, ad nos in thme poa ssto remfe sS Irng ltheq
eiln. m lok a uthmltesoe Marstet street fsoty-se f

t thensame premiad oned and occupied bot y ep lot' on a
ing an S te p ing
rLush, ate deceased, and now in thitactualocupa
t L~ydia Lnsh his swidsw subject to te life eslate terein o, ~n,
of the saird ityuAh

d And also .all thm ose .estnsly partsof stlose too hots
- ground amid clue bdngntm set'eoam erected, situate in Soue
M Market sitr sifeetso i n cestheouthv o theo e tadlonft Albof nt
f alnem n istnguihe bne tH lsen fr thee cp
Sroate on of AIbany as alots numbers tion of ti amud tenty, e
d asemitdi sanid lots a"e situate oan te se t side of sai
andd oe hl nh hnen




Street band the partsherebynteoded 1teetoy ar8ni e
e scribed and bonded as follows beginMig at the nerse- t
3t fe20-6 see inhe, toete with e inCacr
i tion ofouth ret andcass sthehets, rungthence
sunorthuwardy shaming South Mfar'ket street sixty-mnime feet,
s thence pestwsardlyalong theu nodtccem bouudarby oftphot
I ntunsbler -do a point is the enotre of anu alley iuvidngo
of thi eastedLy irom the uestehy part ts ls n
I parts1sixty-six f et seven sin nchs, then along tbe e e e
o sad alo lety on a ons nerineto Bass streetthene eastel
fI rnomu tna point of i i tersectionro saitdn slit Steais s ot
esixty-six feet seveine ince to thia pace o f hyle en ng Ba-







A ad know and ditoibe gubished Iin thded fom tadhaes forpi
Ste eAlbany February 17-, 1817 a notea. neces
Aandwhich.saidlotsa situat e6teveti eas
I o -H sFrveD p a the sat thirty-eigh, t.d.g es
I feSree n disaster cing- Chenee














.a23-8w ,- -. ... JAE PORTER, Re.ter b.a
T Li a court ofe ancery held for ihetstae ofNewg York H
at the city of Albauy, on thee fourteen day of January o
oner irlm ousand eigh t h udnled ad ti h irty-sev-logteentes-
reu en s n Hl nhasorth. Cleneol Banrelo t
fro b ienir Bo arn s Af a-I n An ustino a nd H rieth r Nun- s o

-It appearing by affidavit to ine satisfaction of tin court,.
and. -WOeW. under thesealf tthie conurt, Adirete tonhe y, I- t


fna- andtrythat the defendant Aaron, re mide set. n al
proess, by reaonofhs steo efrom n or acnentm ent has


Avur- i uhestate a i ndadlso by, reastion of hiscodnubs -
entice froT th plc ofha residece on moio ofJb
ucnn o M. Rnol, c el for the complaint, aen
Wila .rd for t"-a soictosadn



t ics o iraered tatA the soamiade indantAs Mannint g Edo
Lcsin spiea w ane, to illi be eotincteredAndre noti ofn toll or i















theme emo teedenaiateiuof thits order, aoben ubid in eae fhis113
peorgneminthue cause his nOVaA ae
bllt loe Reand a copy thd reofep o ben eredon tcom-
I te apt dealing, .fiav tinfty olesaysfactetonrt eris ceO
osatap i bll, aisntpoenauto dppeaers, uas been issueao bteo






on rdete realbopthrscorttdiroeed ato te osaid tdd





fena-s8cnfdbai JAaroESi an it r the s
is o rd se .tha the sai com lana bent w h i tn tcgy i f
I pocs," by reJa so fh ab t OLf rom r egsnea l n t




cAuse, a to ord erybee beheld fn tmestate pe r ed, i
wihi this sate. ad.als by reson -o his ontinuda. -









oesvapaperpnt edlin th e c ity of Traynlon ld ohe Tay o the
i Wlnar, sno citor asn oand counsel fora thletomp aeant, e
it is ordered th~at tke said dfnatArnl'ann





Prcase thappearuclaince mt entrshc, andelnopce ty ore 'o

the serv edori Lae onpluinante nd si Cor, an wt .in three
lea st t i'me t he da s be ofothe t i dv nc sce illaol f hisP-
pr.c,'" that Ali e n Dcause ...an ier F a n, e a'pill ie




















.Henry ~~ ~pec oris parvid ofne, [aamuel Moaomio.id
Sa i t lls cau Cares aoy de scrib
-apsthe easterly side o o then sa
jla23-Ss JAMEwthn ory las PORtERerister.v begeumming
A Ta courta o chancer hel te the saitey o Neis- e Y otk u
o the"l city of Ab sanid complainanty-fl i d i a rer
causerethi~sarder to bUpublisPd.n hswtinnat myas





news, ero rinth n th e ctrd P hi t, ct ofhTrycan e ty e
Ruoeret; and nto e hpuleso t euin eac nd o rsai dfpapersir
eIt lasing b acessl.on:, ani oncethi leaisto eahs of tni




















thatr th.is defendant.., Charls Cprac Austin resie oautso thi
state, buti threient o fthe territo of is consin-an to
aawcls ~t suen-p~ueucatlon shallo one~ssr





it caseof te saie n complaints cause a cor otlitor iert






forty days. in Ste'v.IIlswnotice thro t of b el, s end
lto e serveanpersona thel o compeslainant'asll ta beilnat






















ascnesdby him; and ht t s further ordered, thitsetiutenydays
least twenty days before atile timsl above preuised or hs- e
te aptispaed in th s tae Braoe o eCopya lica. situated
paerpinediSte ont PoORTi E R, amidthat ther, j









pbcJAM tha wespublication be continued in e
Te m rtfchanes r helor thatr thee state of New Yorks u
Alt beat te city of Albalsy, on the twenty-fsonrt da of
Januaim i esi harleu nd C ehthuntdrd, a nds thiety davy e t








Present Reum a efres i flworth ichancellorc C-c I y ta





















fst--ue JAMES PORTER, Register. thvesuhln
Roeet Hogan vs. CharltG n Austin an on ers- -. .'
It a oearit of ahsidavit to thel satisfaotihnof wthis court
h et thodefendant, Charles G.-Austin, resides out of this








sat hut is a resident of the territrenty-ofrthdisconsiny -on






















January, % onclosum eiuteude sod t'h mirt .*y-sneem- sioed
motion of Tr. Reynolds, ofectchanellfor thecomplainat
.t .- ides Nhse Y kifl e tI n siuCharles a G T ustin cause 2
Tm f. mrstnBaptist Churc-h, a,,i notieethy reof to be serv
ri tIlOhp t Pl. s I .an A n Dwithin fournmsonths frantl ri
leh y D. av ist ( avu; TanneSr amuedl MorntinPcash eofdis appear
it cause a is'pa nsg by af th to the saiant's bill tionbf h fis co
and a copy thereof to Ile served Olathe complainant's so-' o
tiiat the defemndartydalsba Hye, rs evicdeso ut o fy th uS R tit,
and in defau.lt thiareofsaid bill may be Laken as c onfesed
buht i a reit d ie u fthner orde reditiy .f.ich.t wen. o nu t mod
the satlducomplaonant cause is o ader to be publshe
s sseer t theo ini th imn bn o be R fedu, iand a copya
.th.e..ttobepervnensi, ,oopnt sotioer hn
pfpuert there itethuscosntd blUl of tBoom n m











asi confese byhunt;knod oiht infatersl ord vered, tha s
intvny as h soilmoupaina
thot pbihed ins apy the ste paper an ath e perhnte
pubhcumo,1 and that sil publiation be on~tinued in,, ea
otore nale papers at, least,,. once ioln ekfo ih x
seeks in sucsin JrtatI iheycause .' h
app"sonce Co"i". the diytaade iu th
"T a court ofchaneery tehd for thle state of Newe York, os
/.attecity ofes Yorky.on thle tswenty-foumeth duty of cop
Jantiumry, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-sev;en- we
Present Reiluben V. iacworth, vichancelolr. oftefrt


, tt c- t t c oit, residing in m e. .
S tusan Shehi e,vs. Peter V inans anda Iannah his wife, t
and Daniel H. Turner and Elizabeth his wife. r ert
S It appearing by affidavit to the satisfactionof this court,
that the defendants Daniel H. Turner and Elizabeth bis
wife reside out of this state, but are residents of one of
the United States, to wit: of the state of New Jersey-on
notion of 'illiam Kent, of counsel for the complain- s
ant, it i ordered, that thie said Daniel H. Turner and
Elizabeth his wife, cause their appearance to be entered
and notice thereof to be served on the complainant's sol
ctor witlinlfour months front tlie date of this order,
in case of their appeara ee that they cause their answer
to the complainant's bill to be filed-, andsa copy thereoft
be servedon thin complainant'ssolicitorsvitihin forty day
after service of a copy o' said bill, and in default there
said bill ofcomplaintmaybe taken as confessed by th
"and itis further ordered, that wilmint tenty days the said
com'inant cause this order to published in the state pa-
per and in the Newe York American, a paper pb
lb city of New York, and that the said publa
continued in each ofthe said papers at least once in ea
week for eight weeks in succe
copy ofthis order to be ,personally served on the said
Daniel H'. Turner and Elizabeth his wife, at least twenty
days before the time above prescribed for their appear-
ance. Copy. 'Peent, Reu
fe2-8w I JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk. Josiah
-JOTICE-In pursuance of an order of the surrogate
of the county of Albany, made and
twenty-fifth day of January, A. D. 1837, notice is hereby
given, that the undersigned, Rebecca McGee, administra- h
trig and Levi ofsdealloandhs
trix, and Levi Cornell, administrator, of all and singula
the goods, &c., of John Mcee, hate of the city of Al- c
ny, deceased, will exp ose for sale atptublic auction, a
the Mansion House, in thecity of.Albay, on the 25th
day of March next, at twelve. o'clock at* noon of that
day, all that certain lot, Piece or parcel of 'and, s uat ,
o r ery idn g e se o I ne l. 0
hying and being in the city oft Albany; being pat ofsht
of ground conveyed to Jacke Johnson byv Peter Wendell c
and Elizabeth Itis wife, on the lst)h day of October, in
the year one thousand eight hundred
the art of the said lot hereby conveyed, h iingntoundrin
on Clitton street on the west, and beingin frot on Clin-'
ton street thirty-four feet, and running towards t'Maicoin
street sixty feet. That the above described lot p ice or
P... .. Iii thus city of yeY
parcel of land was conveyed to the Said John Moce on
the 24th day of February,1831; that said lotin a dwel-
ling houe -thcreon. The terms and conditions ofsaid Sin,
sale will be made known on the day of saidBaIl, or oe
vio thereto by application to ti u e sceriber,1,hlVI
CORNELL, at his store In theosaid c
uary2th, 1837.
REBECCA Me.EE.-Admta-trJAMES -


te-


Cer- '; -" "


T HE people of the state of
God free and independent,
of kin ofPeter Brswnk-late
deceased, sen
You and each-ofyou aire- her
sonally to be and aippalt bef
ty of New York, at his office
the ninth day of June nict a
noon of that day, then and the
mnent of the accounts ofJohn
the goods, chattels and cred
dece
In testimony whereof, ve ha
ofsaid surrogate to be h
SJaunes Campbell, esq. s
[L. S.] ty, at the city ofNc
member, in the year o
eight hundred and thirty
ence the six
dela-6m .


THE people ofthe Stateof
S God free and independent
kin and all other persons int
Sphen Jumel, a native of Fr
New York,'nmerchant, de
You and each ofyou are her
sonally to be and appear bef
ty of New York, at his office
the thirteenth day of July 1
of that day, then and there
Sof the accounts ofEliza Bu
ministratrix of thIe goods, ch
phen J umel
In testimony whereoof, we ha
S of said surrogate to blu
James Camphtell, esq. sur
[L. S.] ty, at the cityof Ne
December, in the year o
eight hundred and thirty
ence thie s
de2-6mi JAMES
NN thli matter of proving the
W Villiam Newson, decease
William Newson, late ot the
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
the last will and testament
deceased named, Intends to a
county of New York, at his
York, on the twenuty-sevent
o'clockin theforenoon of tha
will and testainent of the sa
fore said surrogate, accord
case mnadeand provided. Da
t837.
feiS--6w
T31O all to whom these upr
that it conformity with ti
ed partlinershipswe the subscr
ited copartnership heretofor
theuename and firm of Colgate,
Sof New-York, in which fir
Polleun and Robert Colgate
George Colgate and John Co
has been dissolved by nmut
ally signed hby the said part
Janmuy, in the
CHIARLES CO
GEORGE P. POLL
ROBERT COLGATE
GEORGE COLG
ja23-dlaw4w JOHN C
B" Y virtue ot a power conta
ofmortgage bearing date th
thie year of our Lord one tho
ty-five, executed by Peter Fl
cityanmdcounty of Albany an
man Ganseyoort and Peter G
ast will and testament of Ca
and recordedmin book number
156,457 and ,158, on thc 29th A
of thle city and county ofAlb
now claimed to be ductlhe sum
Forty Cents-all that certain
situate, lymiug and being in t
bany, designated as lot number
lots in the said fifth ward o
to the estate of Poter Ganse
February 1831 by George IV.
in the office ofthc clerk of t
bounded westerly in front on
lot number twelve (12) oi sai
number seventeen and eight
ber ten (10) designated on
four feet in widtb front aind
threeoinches in depth, be the
being had to the said rl ) wit
pear-will helsold at public a
in Northlilarketstreet in the
Monday ofJuly next at twelve
mortgage then.and there, force
to the form of the statute ins
Dated 4th Ja
IIERMAN GAN
PETER GA
Executors of Catherin
ceansevourt & ill, attor'
rp1l-'tE people of the state
.. God, free and independent
tors auld all 01hiers interest
lHess, late of the town of Rc
of Albanitty, 'dec
You are hereby citnt to apl
our county of Albany, in our s
day of March next, at tell o'c
day, at the surrogate office, i
thereto attend the final sett
vin S. Hess, administrator,
application of sa
hIn testimony whereof, we hi
of our said surrogate to
ness, Anthony Blanchard
(L. S. said count]t at the c
of February, inU thie yea
sand eight Ihundred and
independence t
fe7-4w A
HlEH people of the state o
JTL God fire and independent
Iim and legatees of Quintin M
York, dleceased
You and each of you are her
sonelly to be and appear befo
ty of New York, at his offi
on thie eighth day of August n
forenoon of that day, Ithen a
settlement of lthe accounts o
PelItor of the last will and
Millen, d
lIa testimony whereof, we ha
of said surrogate to be
James Campbell, esq. su
I[L.S.)] ty, at the city of N
February, In the year o
eight hundred and thirt
pendmice tie
fe7-6nm
73IIIE people of the stale
J. of God, free and ind
kin of Jeremniah Forgason, l
the county of Renssela
YVou and each ofyou are her
and appear before our surrog
laer, at the surrogate office,
county, on Mlonday tIhe twen
at ten o'clock in the iforenoo
probate ofthelast will aund te
Forgason, deceased, which.wi
for that
Intestimony whereof, we ha
of our surrogate to be he
[L. S.] Job Pierson, surrogate
Troy, the thirtieth dlay o
our Lord one thousand ei
sev
fe3-2w


T a court ofchhncery held
at the city of Albany, on
ary, one duolusnd eight hu
sent, Reuben H. WValw
Elias Pattison and Elias P
Cole and L
It appearing by affidavit to
that the defendant Thiomnas
state but is a resident of one
of thile state of Michigan-on
counsel for the complainants,
Thomas B. Cole cause his ap
notice.thereo' to be served
within four months from th
ease of his appearance that
complainants' bill to he fil
served oun the complainants' s
ter service oofa copy of said bi
bill ofcomplainit numav he ta
it is further ordered, that w
plainants cause thlisorder to
per and in a newspaper publ
ilgton, and thatthe said puhl


ENINE SAYRE, of the ci
in his individual capacity
Wight and Dennie Sayre, l
name, style and firmn of A.
January 7 1837; creditors to
ard Riker, recorder-ofthe ci
in the city hall of said city, o
1837 at eleven o'clock in t
INiOHOMAS L, HARTNESS,
Published January 30 183
fore lhoni Samuel Cheever,
courts, counsellor, &c.,-at
twelfth day of April, 1837,
D!
HENRY VANDENBERGHI,
as one of thle late firm of
puhblishedi Feebruary 13, 1837
lion. Jacob Litnsing, judge o
seller, &e., at his office in t
ty-ninth day af April 1837, a
D
"rENRY D. BULKLEY, noti
.Ki.ruary 17th, 1837: cred
honorable Michael Ulshoeffer
of common pleas of the ci
at Ihis office in tile City
on the 28th day of April, 183
noon of that day
S'O the heirs at law of Ab
Stbwn of Rotterdain, in t
dece
Please to take notice, that
-'ogate of said county at his
itda, on the twenty-fifth da
in the afternoon, for the purp
testament of said deceased
pursuant to chapter sixth, title
cond, of thIe revised statut
Dated the 8th day
JOHN F.
fell3-w Executor namedl i
]'TO'TICE-In pursuance of
.L' chard, surrogate ofthe
huasitg clismis against tlme est
thIe city of Albaay, deceased
bit time si eI tocotllier vwith
.of, tO iIetion Hawley, csq. o
will end testament of said de
North Peni I street in said c
filth nlay ofJuly next.
GIDEON
JAMES
.iol.l-6um AUGU
IN CHANCERCY-Befor
Cornelius Ileyer and ot
Isaac Heycr, deceased, vs.
F. McPherson, Isabella McPh
George McePher
In pursuance and in virtue o
cause, I, the subscriber, one
will expose for sale by pub
House ih North Market street
the eleventh day of March
at noon,.the following premi
house and lot of ground, sit
city of Albany, on the north
ded south by Steuben street,
by ground now or late of Th
westbygroutnl.nouw or lat
containing on St.cuben street
lot, slxty-folur feet ten incmhe
leet, atud on the west side t
several dimensions more or
1837.
1a27-6vw
S'CHENECTADiA COUNTY.
S hereby given, thatall per
of Joseph Curtis, late of t
siadi county, deceased, are d
F. Yates, surrogate of the .
the city of Schenectada, in
on Ihle eighteentithl day of Marc
afternoon, to shew cause w
given to John Iterrick and
the last will anid testamen
gage, lease or sell so much o
deceased, as shall be necess
tlIe first day oFe
Ufel-O' tI L


SJUBLIC, t NOTICEE is hereby
. will ho made to tile Legi
York during the present ses
tiue granted for thie filling
Eighth Ward Fire Insuran
New York, and also for red
capital of said Companay f
dollars to two hundr
New-Yorlt, Jan. 18lh, 18
'TEOTIC. is hierebly given
J'ln bridge rail road company
the legisttture of the state
session, for an amendment t
company power to change t
their road, in such ilanuter
.siutation of any rail roadt
to the eastern line of this
one year the time of commenln
road. January 15,137.
NTO'ICE' is hereby given t
_* to t0he the legislature o
sessisn, for an act to cove
ing house of VWestcrlo, ans
the )Dutch church of Prasic,
lo, Albany county, to the e
formed Protestaut Dutch Chu
successors
January 16, 1i37.
N[ TOTICE is hereoy given,
made to the legislatureo
at its present session, for a
corporate the society in the
German Mutual Society for
ted Jan. 27,1837.
C COUNTY OF ALBANY--S
''matter of the real estate o
e
Noliee is hereby given to al
Roach, late oftthe city of A
I lhe surrogate office in tile
teenth day of March next, at
ofthatmday, to produce andil
against the estate of the sai
place the surrogate will pro
the money-in court, arising f
late ofsaidl deceased, accord
1,1S397. 1fi,3-6wI A
tOIUNTY OF ALBANY- Su
t matter of the real estate o
dece
Notice is hereby given to a
IV. Whitmarsh, late of thi
county of Albany, deceased, t
fice illn tile city ofAlbany,
inext, at ten o'clock in ile f
anlI prove their several dema
said deceased, atwhich time
proceed to mauke distribution
sing front the salcof the rea
pursuant to law. D
f1`3-6 %A.
IN CHANCEItY--Before
Swords, James McBracr, an
ceivers of the VWashington I
of New-York, vs. William
n pursuance and by virtue O
court, made in time above enti
dlay of Jaumuary instant, I, th
tears of thtis court,swifl expose
the Mansion House in North M
Albany, on the llth day ofAM
at noon of that day, tlhe follo
All and singular that certain
uate lyine anl being in State
city of Albany, in the coun
Ihe north by State street, ou
of Jolinu Stevenuson, os tie s
ran aund formerly Nail alley
the house and lot now or lat
liam McClellan. containing int
ty.two feet nine inches, on I
twenty-five feet, and in len
street to IHoward, late Luth
also the easterly half or moi
behind thie lot of Myindert o
by Howard, late Lutheran,
street) east by-the lot late o


SURROGATE
"TOTICE-In pursuaunce ofan
|L the county of Albany, n
the creditors of William Dnuy
deceased, to exhibit their se
ry vouchers it support thler
Ihis office No. 32I Nortlh I lar
before the thirteenth day of
place a distribution ofthi m
designed, as administrators o
among thecreditors thereof,
11,1836. JO
ocl2-6m JAMES D
N OTICE-Pursuant to ain or
coaumy of Albany, notice i
creditors ofEzra Ames, hate
ed, to present their respect
vouchers thereof, to the subsc
41 South Pearl street inr. said
seventh day of April n
JULIUS R
oc2--6m ANG
N OTICE-In pursuance of a
of the county of Albany no
the creditors of MichaelLev
deceased, to exhibit their se'
ry vouchers in support there
store at the corner of Perry
ofAlbany, on or before the
Oct. i,1836.
oelO-61n
OTICE-In pursuance oan or
mthecountyofAlbany, not
the creditors of Gardener Til
bany, deceased, to exhibit t
demands with the vouchers in
scriber, No. 10 Plain street,
third day of June next, mtu
thait day. Dated
de2- Gin G. H
lh-oE people of the state
Gomi tree and independent
of kin of Ronieo sIVal bridge,l
county of Ressehlaer,
You are hereby cited to app
our county of Rensselaer, in
twenty-seventh day of Febru
the forenoon ofthat (lay, at t
of Troy, then and there to at
the account of Julia Walhri
WV. Walbridge, executor ofth
the said Romueo Walbridlge d
there be rendered bef
In testinnoy"ny whereof, u- ha
ofoutrosailderrogate tob
[L. S.J] ness, Job Pierson, es
ty, at the city of 'Trov,
November, in thIe year
eight hundred
no24-3m
-'IHE people ofthe state o
A. God freeand independent
kin and legatees olfiargsrec
New--ork, diecteased
You and each of you are here
sonally to lie and appear bef
, ty of New York, at his office
the tenth day of March nex
foreuoon of that day, then and
tlemnent oftlhe accounts of
Jacob Brouwer, the executors
of tlihe said Margar
In testimony whereof, we iha
of our said surrogate to b
ness, James Campbell;, es
[L. S,] county, at therity o
of December, in tihe cer
stand eight hundred and t
dependence thl
del0-3m '


NOTICE is hereby given th
made to the legislature of
session, for an act incorporat
ed The American Society f
Knowledge, their object of wh
useful knowledge h
NJ OTICE;-Applicationswill
Sof the state of New-Yor
thereof, for the incorpora
name of the Mohawk and
for the purpose of sawing an
6ther articles of wood; also
located in thIe county of Al
thousand dollars. Feb. 4,
TOTICE is hereby given t
. nmmide to tIhe legislature o
for an act to incorporate a ch
listed in the city of New Yor
city for the relief of Ialf
in thecity of New York; amid
provide tfor, instruct and pr
A/PlLICATION will be made t
'state of New York, now in
corporate lithe CLIFTON I
pital of 800,e00, te'ith libe
$500,000, to be located iu
and.
A ''LICATION will be made
state of New York, now vin
corporate the CLIFTON
located in Richmond county,
tal of $100,010, with liberty
00s.


A 'PLICATION will be made to the legisl
A state' of New York, for ian act to incorporate
CLIFTON MANUFACTUIHI
cated at Clifton, Richmomnd county, Staten Islsnd, with
capital of 8500,000, with liberty to extend the same to
t,01,0000. j a30-w during the pre
EW- RK AND BRtOOKLYh N COAL COMPANY incorporate
N -Notice is herebv given that a petition will he pse-
scnted to the '-; i.,' ,i of tlime state of New-York be
to be holden at fl. .i' of Albany, in tIme m
January, one thousasml eight uuudred and
or leave to bring itn a bill to incorporated Thi Nesw-
York andB rooahyn Ccoal Conlpany, itli a capital o
two hundred thousand dollars, in twenty thousand share
of tendollars each share, with power to increase thesa
capital iot exccedlnig six hundred thousand dollars
tl, New-York, ltit day of Novem r, oe thoua
eight hundred andl thirty-six. jal8-
(OTICE Is hereby given that nn application w'ill be "
N madue to tie legislature of this state, lur
sent session, for an act of iincorporation, athorising te
crection of a suspension briidlge -across thie cast river,
from sotn point onj bauhattai Island, and thence aross
tht cast raunch ofthe cast rivur, and tertinil i g on
Long Islaind. Thug corptormration to have power to place
suspension piora on Blhackwcll's Iholtd, i to have
capital of $700,000, withl the privilrgc of,'..'.* t: l to
t,00l,000s. J -col. oncrbere f ileh
OT-' B-Aol'rc A ,1 1 ', ,,, n l su
O C-Applir tiou wll hbe. miUad to tthe egisla- tll
1 iture of this state, at Tle present ses.oil to Incorpo-
rate the Ne'w Y'ork Car Company, with liberty to lay
rails and run ears through d:ficrent streets hi this cit
also, to incorporate an anti-mionopioly Bauk; also an In-
surance Coinmpany-thei capital of each to be 500,000 dol- li
iare. Also, to incorporate the Ne% V York Mutual Fuel t
Association. Also to incorporate Colleges for the cdu- b
cation fluot oftlIesersr, one of wluichu tho omloated :-Oo ,,u
in thie i8th Nvard of Brooltyn, und onue at Jamlaica. L. I.,
and ote in N. Y. city. Also, to incorporate a moral sso-
ielation, consistinui prinucipallhy of t-ie siu
he 'i. '. i 'onmoting said colleges ind IlL
.,. -1 .1 .i........ ,,,, All the stock of tlofl ,
moncyied incorporated company
ing class ofthe comimunitIy, in SltO0ahares. Nostockhbold-
er shal lha've more than 5 sliares, and tie managers
said Ineorporationa shall consist of 11 persons, 0 of 'wialu
elhall be chose n by the stockholder
council of New York or Brooklynu. fel3-Iw You s
sonall y lo b anld appear bef
I OTIChE is hereby given tlat applications wit Ie madse
N1 to the legislature of the state of Now York at its
plrese.nt session, for tein passage of a act granting


Y virtiLu oria powtr contain
(.if liorlgage beari ntg de it
nri in ti lie year one thousand
executed by Rubin D. Wickbn
town ofh Coevruans end coun
New York, to Conrad 'Telt l
and county of Albany, anIl
lthonv Tell Eyck, ofthi town
Rensselacr and state of NewY
ito. '3ofunioitgages, on pages
f tNovember one thousand ei
in the clerk's office of the c
upon whiich there is.now cla im
hundred and fil'fiy-t'o dollar
lain piece or parcel of land wi
nated in tile town of Coevyman
lows: beginntn at tle soutle
foresaid Conrad Ten Eyck, no
Schermerhorn, at thIe turnpik
nine degrees east five chaise
degrees and fifteen minutes
eiaht links to a rock Iving i
Frederic Height'd east line
house inwhich Joseph Wins
thencesoutherly along The r
long the turnpike to thie plac
acres of land, be the same nmo
lic auction at the city hall
eighlteenth daty of May 1837
and the mortgage Ilheu and th
according to time form of the
provided. Baletd N
BAREN'T
ANDREWV T
'Executors of Conradi
JACOB A. T
ANTHONY
Frothingliam & Lansing,
TO EXONERATE FR
[Pursuant to Revised Sta
V., title 1, art, 5; relate
rents by an insolvent, f
eating his person fro
TAMl1S F. HOWE, notice f
S 18S7; creditors to appear
recorder of ithe city of New
CityHall of the city of New
1837, at ten o'clock in Ihie f
A LANSON IU.hHSON, unotice
ber 17 18:3; creditors to
Cushmana, recorder of the city
city, on the twenty-fourth day
clock in the forenoon.
-EORGE LANMAN, notice fi
1837; creditors to appear
recorder of the city of New Y
hall of said city, on tlie s
eleven o'clock in h for
JOSEPHI IIARRIS, notice fi
1837; creditors to appear be
of the city of New-York, at
in said city, on the fourth of
the forenoon.
4N EORGE SOLE, individual
SSole & Sankey, notice fi
1837, creditors to appear hbef
judge.of comunnon pleas for
York, on the 14th day of Mar
City Hall, in said city, at
TO DISCHARGE
[PNi uani i. Revised St
V tL, !, art. 3; relat
ments made utirsuant to
solventand hi
W ILLIAM RANSOM; of th
Stice first published Fe
appear before John T. Irving
conanion pleas, at his office i
thetwea tieth day of March,
forenoon.
J OHN 1. WILLIAMS, notice
S ber 20 1836; creditors to
Cheever, first judge of Alban
&c. at his ofilice in Albany,
1637, at ten o'clock in te


NOTICES i'0A Ai
"B'Y order ofthe hon. I ictl
city ofNe YVc'rut, notic
to the provisions of tile statlu
against non-resnienlt debtor
ited agalnstl thie sales of
EIDWAID ROWE DAWSONS rc
I ",,.i .,,, 1.... .. ;,,,. .i1 ..
" .," 1 ." _.' l l 1 ..
: rI in ,. -.. 1. .j 1,. .'

apilpear anad discharge s..
with!iu ni'le onths lr0 I Ih,
lice; and that tiLhe piaymientof
siutiuts of this s-te, mlid til
useofany property witbiun ti
and thile trainsffr ofauny s'uh h
den by law and are void. Dati-
1ic:1.
nu12-Om Atlorn
hDt Y order ofithe hon. Jonm
33 courtof conimon pleas of
York, notice is herehby given,
tile sLatlue authorisinug att
debtors, that an arttmchinent ,.
efJOSEPlH BROWN and I.
dents of England in the Ki
thatthe same will be sold for
unless lhey appear and l distha
, ii i w it>, within nine uoil
", h,, notice; and ti; a
due to them by residents of
to then or fol7:tcir use, ot a
belonging to tllim, and tile
them. are forbiddlcn by law
day ofNovember, 1S36
noll-lin Attor
BJY order of tIhe hon. Samue
1 superior court ot0 thie
hereby given, pursuant tothe
tluorising attachments again
anllt attachment has issued
11AM LEWIS, a non-resident
and that the same willtbe sold
tnlesashe appearandm discha
ing to law, svithlin nie5 mono
of this notice; and that the
him by residents ofthis state
for his use, ofmany property w
him, andi lhe transfer of unys
hiddiml by latw mand are void.
vember 1836. CIIA
nolg-Om Attor
I .oruer of lion. Michael tl
Lthecourt of common plea
o'f New York. notice is here
visions ofthe statute author
resident debtors, that an at
the estate of DANIEL ,.
the state of Pennsylvania, a
thim paymnilt of Ilis debts, t
such attachment, according
from the first publication oft
nent of any debs due to him
tle delivery to him, or for
in this state belonging to
.such properly by him, are f
Dated this first
GE1P. U. GOI)DIARID, A
jylS-m credit


VY order of ithe lion. lMic
. judge ofthe courtt ofeomn
county of New York, notiese
rIe directions of the sta
against noin-resident debtors
sued against tile estate
DANIEL il. BROADHEAD, r
Pennsylvania, and that tlhe
ment of their debts, utinles
such attachment, according
frpm the first publication of
ientof any debts due to litem
the delivery tothemn orfort
in this state belonging to t
such property by them, are f
Dated this first
GEO. C. GOD)DA1ID, A
jylS8-9m cred ito
B Y order of the honl. John
the court of common pleas
New York, notice is hereby g
sions of thie statute authorsis
resident debtors, that an att
estate of JONATHAN 8.
BISHOP, composing tie firm
of WVarren in thue state of
same will be sold for the pa
they appearand discharge su
law, within nine months from
notice; and that the payment
Iby residents of this state,
fortheir use, of any property
to then, andrthe transferof
are forbidden by law and are
.June, 1836. B
Jy2-9m Attorney
BY order ofimon. Richard Ri
New Yeork, notice is here
provisions of tie statute auth
non-resident debtors, that al
against the estate of
REIRA, a resident of Rio G
America, and that the sams
of his debts, uinlesshenppea
ment, according to law, wi
first publication of this no
any debts due to him by res
delivery to iini or for him
this stale, belonging to him,
property by him are forbidden
ted thei-2d day
F. B. '
seO-hm Attorn
'E.Y order of the hon., Iie
J-Ut judge ofhtie court of c
county of New-York, notice
the pIrovisions of the stat
against non-resident debtors,
sued against the estate :
dent of the kingdom of Franc
sold for thle payment of his
discharge such attachment, a
months from thie first public
the payment ofany debts due
state, and the delivery to him
ty within this state belonging
any stur.lin property by unil, a
void. Dated thie 7th
BURR & B
se10-9m Altorne
B omrdr of lion. Michael U
"Ih ctdourt ofeonnomon pleas
New VYork, notice is hereby
visions of the statute author
non-resident debtors, that a .
against the estate of MED
of Camden ill tie state of M
be sold for lie payment of
and discharge suchattachnoe
nine inoulh nIbrom the firSt
ti.'at the payntent of any deb
this sutmt, umnd tile delivery
property within this state bc
fer of any such property by
irevoid. Dated the 23
THEODORE S,'D
de-m Attorneyfor
NTOTICE-Application will
I q at its present session, f
a company with a capital of
the city of New York, and t
gage Insurance and Loan
which shall be to guarantee
terest onbonds and mortgage
therefore to said company; a
form any and every such thin
make honds and mortgages m
investments. 'Elie income
company, being rendered as
as are the incomes from ban
sent securities.
N 'OTICE-PuPrsuant to an
1 the county of Albany, not
the creditors ofPcter E. Ehln
city of Albany, to present the
proper vouchers thereof, to
tIe attorney of the subscriber
street, iu said Lityv, on or
next. Dated Janr
PETER SAN
SJOHN S
fefi-Gm a


'OX ori-er ofi, li hon.
Scout ofco.nliinlltpleas
the s i 8 h ,
Ill' e I .?i i i 1 li
Oflt il, Istle. a ll l-olilIdl
Ill tile runly of O lijda, alli
tle payment of his debts,
charg sech altaclunent a
non11101111 from thle first tubli
thile parent of eany debt, a
belel, n .-. t- ,. 1. 1. I. I .
fer :I 1.. "". v I.. I'
fLrIillea by latw and are voi
vculilCr t.361.
no29-3mIn Attor
BY1 order ofthe lion. Richa
.0 of New York, notice i
thle provisions of the slal
against non-resildent debtors
-, in- -- ,,. ..TII
I -,and that ihe
1*i"" A,'.'h ," i ",,*. ". a
tle payment ofhis debts, u
such alttacliment according
from thi e first publication o
ilcUt ofany debts due to hi
I the delivcreto hint or for
this slate blIongingto him,
p property by hiiin, arc lbrib
ted ll ile 2tlh day
WHITE &
.
ja-ntm Attorne
BY order of hon. Jolin T.
ork coin0oi pleas, not
aont to lie provisions ofthest
against nol-resident debto
sued against thieestateofT
England in tile Kingdioin of
sasne will ibe sold for the p
appear and discharge sncli
within nine tioniths from th
twice, ant that ithe pavyten
dents of this state, and the d
any property within this s
tron.,fer of any su:.-h propea
ant arc void. Dated the l
HENRY E.
deIt -in Attorn
SBY order of tlhe honorable
13 of the city and coueny
given, pursuant to the prove
sing nuachments against nion-
tachitent hits issued a"li
PHIILLEO and TRUMIAN B
Ohio, and that the same w
their debts, unless tiley app
inent, according to law, wit
publication of this notice;
debts due to them by resident
ry to them or for their us
state belonging to them, and
perty y them, are forbidden
ithe 4th day of
H. C. W
fe6-9ms Attorn
1.IY order ofliclihael Uls
.-3 tlMe court of common pl
ofNewv-York, notice is her
provisions of the statute au
non-resident debtors, t It
against the estate of
ER, contposing the lirmi of
Massaitiasetts, non-residet
and that tilhe same will be
debts, unless they appear an
according to law, within nin
cation of this notice; and t
due tothnm by residents of
them or for their use, of an
belonging to them, and the
ty by tlieii, are forbidden
this 7th (lay of Janua
ja20-9ni Attor
Y order of hon. Michael
B of the court of common ple
county ofNew York, notice
thle provisions of the status
gaitinst non-resident debtors,
againstthecestateofTUST
Panama in South America, an
for the payment of his deb
charge such attachmlent, ac
months from the first pebli
thepayment of any debtsddu
state, and the delivery to h
perty within this state belo
ofany sich property by hi
are void. Dated the 31
WHITE
no7-9m Attorney
"DY order of thle lion. Mlichae
"of tile court of common pl
of New York, notice is hereb
visions of the statute author
Sresidlent debtors, that al at
estate ofJOilANN DAN
residents of Frankfort on t
thle same will be sold for the
they appear and discharge s
law, within nine months from
notice; and that the paymntet
residents of this state, and ti
use, of any property within
and tile transfer of anyeiich
den bylawand arevoid. Da
N. DANE E
Sau9-m 'Atltorne
BY order of the hon. Rich
cily of Nvew York, notice
the provisions of the status
against absconding and conceal
menrt has issued against t
stock atid exchange broker, a
absconding debtor, residing
that the same will be sold
unless lie appear and dischar
to law, within three months
this notice; andti that the paym
ery ofany property belonging
his use, and the transfer o
purpose whatever, are forb
Dated the 30th d
JNO. L.
de2-Ilm Attorne
B VY order ofthe lion. Jhn T
courtofcommon pleas fo
New York, notice is hereby g
sions of the statute author
resident debtors, that anll att
estate of JERElMIA H F
residents of.Lubee in the sta
will be sold for thle payment
pear and discharge sach at
within nine months from the
twice; and that the payment o
sidents ol this state, and the
use, of any properly within
and the transfer of any such
den by law and are void.Da
1836.
del3-9m Attorn
B]Y order of h6n. John T. Ir
of common pleas in and f
New Yorlq notice is hereby
sions ofthe statute autheris
resident debtors; that an a
the estates of RALPH T
residents of the state of Co
will be sold for lte payment
pear and discharge such at
Within nine months from th
tice; and tlihat thle payment
residents of this state, and
their use, of any property w
them and the transfer of an
any purpose whatever, ar
void. Dated the 28th
D. M. C
del0-Om Attorneyfo
VY order of the hon. Richar
ty of New York, notice
THANIEL F. WARING, an
debtor, tnd to all others who
plication and due proof made
suant to the directions of tie
state of New York entitled,
sounding and absent debtors,
oflhe said debtor to be seize
aid discharges his debts, wi
notice'of eucl seizure, all t
payment of his debts. Dat
1838. GRAHAM,
de30--3m Attorney
B"Y order of Samuel XV. Jon
county courts of the coe
sailor, &c., notice is here
lias issued against the esta
or late of the city 'of &cheu
ecalcd debtor, on due pro
against absconding, conceal
and that tile some will be
debtors, unless he, the sa
discharge such attachment a
months from the first public
that the payment of any de
property belonging to the s
use, ansi tle transfer of an
pose whatever, are forbihhl
ted the 28th dav of
STEPHEN A
ta30-3m in Attorn
I|J Y order of the hen, Mi
_BLB judge of'the court ofc
city and county of New York,
suant to the provisions ut tlhe
mein ts agai lst not-resident d
issued against the estate
deut of Norwich io lhe state
stone swill be sold for the p
Appear aru1 discharge such
willi nin itimoithls from tie
tice; anol that the paymmieo
residents of this state, andu
nse of any proper within ti
asd thie transfer of any suc
den by law aud are void. D


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