Daily Albany Argus
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Title: Daily Albany Argus
Alternate Title: Albany Argus
Daily city gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: Croswell & Van Benthuysen
Place of Publication: Albany N.Y
Creation Date: May 15, 1838
Publication Date: 1827-1856
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 681 (Dec. 27, 1827)-v. 31, no. 9252 (Feb. 16, 1856).
General Note: Publishers: Edwin Croswell, Obadiah Romney Van Benthuysen & Thomas M. Burt, 1831-1834; E. Croswell, O.R. Van Benthuysen, Thos. M. Burt & Sherman Croswell, 1834-1840; Edwin Croswell, Henry H. Van Dyck & Sherman Croswell, 1840-1843; Edwin Croswell & Sherman Croswell, 1843-1848; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell & Samuel M. Shaw, 1849-1850; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell, Samuel M. Shaw & James I. Johnson, 1851; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell & James I. Johnson, 1851-<1853>; Sherman Croswell & Gideon Tucker, 1854; Calvert Comstock & James I. Johnson, <1855>-1856.
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E. CROSWVELL, Printer lotht Slas.
j 4- LVAN BENTHUYSEN, P ropri.os..
THOSE. M. BURT ropr ,
OSCri#e. 'o0 ou'I Market Str#et. W. CoMu*tXtigr#VM
intkeseecondstor .

DAILY AL4BANY ARU US-EightdoUllars per annum,
+pyabtle half yearly.
THE ALBANY ARGUS,s M-wELy-,-Fourdollars
per annuni, payableinadvoance.
ALBANY ARGUS, WEEKLT-TWO dollars per an-
aum, payable in advance, without which no paper will be
sent; Co subscrIptions received for less than six-months.
No paper will be discontinued, (unless at the discretion
*f the proprietors,) until all arrearages are paid.
tAdvertiseminentsconispicuously inserted ,on the cus-
tomary terms.
,3 Insolve(nt notices inserted six weeks for #L67; ten
weeks forts .Other legal notices are charged atthe rate
50 eentsper folio of IOU words forth firstinsertion, and
cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. In all
ases, payment is requiredin advance..
AlIletters andcommunicationsmustbe post-paid.

SFOR WOOD OR COAL-The high estimation in
which these stoves are now held by those who have them
nla use, aind the inereasing demand for them, show their
s superiority over any other stove in market. For econo-
my'of fuel, saving of heat, and for culinary purposes,
particularly in the superior manner in which they bake,
they stand unrivalled. For the information of those
w..tw have pt.y.et become acquainted with them,,we give
description:-When coal is to be used, two iron furnaces
of proper form and dininsions are placed within the
tove", the front and sides of Which swing open. When
SWood is to' b6 used. the furnaces can instantly and easily
be removed, and the stove closed. The front, vecupied
by the fire, has two separate drafts, and can be separa.
ted, and one part used for'c al and the other for wood at
the snaee time-the front ,and sides can remain open,
-w.h1 wood is used, thereby exposing the fire to view,
a1ad making a very neat and convenient fire-.lace.
CERTiFICAI'ES, showing the estimiation in which Par-
inmIl'a new cooking s:oves are held by those wiho have
tham in :-
e i.. :- Bennington, Jan. 18, 183.
Dear Sir-Yours-of the loth instant was received by
y'stetdaj's mail;' and in answer to your inquiries about
'I"t otlcing stove I purchased of you a few weeks since,
I can assure you, unequivocedly, that 1 think it far the
best stof'le ever saw-that it more than meets our ex-
pectations, and is better than the recommendation you
gave of it. My family say that they can cook and bake
,* wellt as In any brick oven we have ever used, and by
30 per eent less wo -
Mr. JohnG. Kilby.
(The above letter is front Gen'l H. Robinson, Onning-
ton, Vt.] .
Greenfield; March 1, 1838.
I coneur with Gen. Robinson in his opinion of thePar-
melee cooking stove. George Blentun, farmer.
CI'ton Paik, March 8,-183.


VOL. XIII. ALBANY, TUESDAY, MAY 15, ,1838 No. 486.
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B VY order ofithe hon. Jhin T. Irving, firstjudge of tht
courtofcoummon picas for the city and county o
New York, notice is hereby given. pursuant to the provi
sins ofl he statute atthorising attachments against non
resident debtors, 'hat an attachment has issued against tht
estate ofMATTHIAS BRUEN, a resident of the state
of lNew Jersey, and that thesamewill be sold for the pay-
ment of his debts, unless hlie appear and discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months from
the first publication of this notice- and thattlithe payment
of any debts due to him by residents ot this state, and the
delivery to him or for his use, of any property within
this state belonging to him, and the transfer of any such
property by him, are forbidden by law and are void. Da-
tedthe 16th day ol October, 1837.
oc20-9m Attorney for attaching creditor.
B Y order oflhon. John T. Irving, tirstjudge o1 tlecourt
of common pleas in and for the city and county of
New York. notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi-
sions ofthe statute autharising attachments against non
resident debtors. that an attachnment has issued against
the estate of MORAND & GLPNARD, a mercantile
house, residents of tht ity of Paris in the kingdom of
France, and that the sau(e will be sold for the payment
oftlheir deb-ts, unless they appear and discharge such at
taclunent, according to law within nine months from
tie first publication of this notice; and that the payment
of any debts due to them tyresidents ofthis state, and
the delivery to them, or for their use, of any property
Within this state bel)onginrg tol-them and the transfer of
any such property by ttlen., are forbidden by l w and
mre void. Dated the '2d day of October. 1 b;)7.
oclS-9iii Attorney for attaching .creditors

Y order of hon. Michael Ulshoeffer, associate judge
of tle court'ofcommon pleas for the city andcoun-
ty ot New York, notice is hereby given, ursuant to the
provisions of the statuteauthorising attacemenits against
non-resident debtors, that an attachment has issued a.
against the estate of CALEB C. BELL, resident of New-
burni, in, the siate of North Carolina, amd that the same
will be sold for the payment of his debts, unless heap-
pear and discharge such attachment, according to law,
within nine months from the first ptu'blication ofthis no-
tice; and that the payment ofany delts due to him by r'-
sideitts of this-state, and the delivery t lim or for his
use, of any property within this state belonging to him,
and the transfer of any such property by nim, are forbid-
den bylaw and arevoid. Dated the 3d day -of March,
inr7-9m Attornev for attaching creditor.

,~ :~ ~ order

1 order
Sthe city
ing to the pr(
xnents arains

Messrs. ltawes & Baker. has issued
Genttemen-I have had, one of the Parmelee eookIng DANIEL L
stoves in ase-in mny house one month, and can concur sanity will be
with General Hobinson in his opinion of i, in every par- they appeal a
tienlar, it possessing qualities decidedly superior to our law, within. p
expeetattons. and is certainly by far the best stove we ,notice; aid tl
bave- ever used. RespeeifuMly yours, ery of any pr
-Garret G. Vanvranken, Fannrmer. then or to el
property by t
I certify that early last fall I purchased of Messrs. ever, are fort
IUawes 4 Baker, at their storeNo. 5 Green.est, Albany, dayofMarel
.le of Parmelee's coal or wvood cooking stoves, and 1I
I0 :1 ay that I have been greatly disappointed since, for mr20 9m
instead of the stove being inferior in any particular, it, _
hagreatly exceeded the recommendation of the venders. B order(
Durmg winter, for the most part, coal was used, but for l of the co
the last three or four weeks wood has been exclusively of New York
burned in the stove. While using coal I was led to sup- visions of tl
pose that to be the best fuel, as by it with little expense non-resident
the oven could be made to bake any Kind of pastry, oread gaiImstthe es
or meats; but since using wood, I ;.m fuily convinced "tIOMAS J.
that ,no further or better improvement for cooking can bue Boston, and
rmade; and for warmth, e-onomy and convenience, as a will be soldI
.kithe cook stove, no oflepow in use, I am sure, can in appear and di
any respect equal it; -and for the public good I only regret within nine B
91t it should tot be more generally known and examined tice;and that
Waapure it general use. residents of t
SCalvin Pepper, Atty. at Law. their use of a
AtbavT, March 27, 1833. them, and thi
-_ forbidden by
Wetihe ndersigned having had Parmelee's cooking April, 1838.
aoWe W im for several weeks, take great pleasure in aplO--m
staaiag that it possesses properties that render it exceed- -K UYorder
ialy valuable. In point of economy, in the arrange- U ude of
meat of theoven for carrying the whole of the fire en- ,.,,,,o(*v,
tirety around it, arnr in the adaptation of the stove both county o ne
to wood and oal, it exceeds any stove that we have yet gtahe pr on- r
seen. Rev. Edwin Holmes, staint noin-r
Albany, Nov. 2, 1837. Annanias Plaitt. president ofI
"e' s cooking stove, be sold for the
Gentlemen-In relation to Parmelee's cooking stove, share
weh we have used for some time,Jaam prepared to add, and"d monharg
,w"i I cheerfully do, my testimony to that of others, to t"h" time aot
ittiimernbr excellence Its perfect adaptation to either othis statey
woOd -r coal, and the facility with which. it is converted pi oer. wi,';h
into one or the other; its economy in the consumption of p.o o,.fty ws
fUtel andthe improved manner of heating the oven, by the nd ar vyoid.
Srplicaion of equal heat to all Its parts,'give it advanta- ...aev.
gew as a whole, which I have not seen combined in any ocl7-9m
other stove., For baking, we find that coal answers as,
we1T as wood. P. Van Buren, 1. D. ,.Y order o
SAlbany, Dee, 2, 1837. J city ofN
to the provisi
Pradelee's coal and wood cooking stove-I purchased ttgainst non-r
last fall, after having first taken It upon trial, one of the sued againsi t
.above stoves, which has herae used in my family, since dent of the sta
l time, with coal as a fuel. I cheerfully comply with he sold for the
ith request of the proprietor, to give a certificate of the discharge sucl
quality of. the stove I do so as a merited acknowledg- months from It
-met to bhimo, for the merit of his invention, as well as to the payment c
deduce others to avail themselves of it by becoming pur- state, and the
tehaspu, And doubt much whether it can at any time be perty within t
exeellz0 do-br economy in fue; and convenience fur culina- ofany such pm
ry pafrpow _. When used with coal it is probably less void. Dated
t halt as expensive as any cooking stove for wood in
use, and every, process of cooking is done with perfect ap26-9m
convenience, and well done. -
W. W. Frothingham, Att'y at Law. .V order o
*i~i vh ttIBIS*-Of the co
Albany, Feb. 15, 1838. B of the coy
I ty orNew Voin
JffeWas. Hawes & Baker. provisions of
eitlemen-Having purchased one of tha Parmelee non-resident(
ae*king stoves of the vender, 265 River-st. I take plea- against the e-
wan insaying that it proves fully equal to the reconmnen- D AVOCK, no
sdatilb he gives of them. We used both eoal- and wood, and that the
Al4-fremn my knowledge of other cooking stoves in this their debts, un
=wheat, L-am sure no citizen of Troy would be without inbie, aetordno
,emOf wParmelee cooking stoves if they knew the va- publication o
bi"of them- .Geo. Wheeler, esq. debts due to th
Tray, J.a.0,1838. cryto them or
state belongin
P. setrsbrgh, Rens. co,, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1838. perty by them
Dear SiL-Yours of yesterday was this day received. the 12th duy o
I certify tkt from several weeks' use of the Parmelee np 0-9m
coal and wood cooking stove, it fully answers your de- OTIC
ecription, and morn. than meets my utmost expectation. N the late t
I believe it decidedly superior to any cook stove with sent thie same
which I.am acquainted, in the construction of the ov.n, sidence in the
die arrangement for conducting thi fire immediately vouchers in st
around the bottom of the boilers, the provision of fur- July next. C.
aees for the use of coal, chips, &c., the abundance of
cooking which may be done at once with the smallest
quantity of fuel and least possible labor of the cook, and myl-lawtd 1
the ease of kindling an I management generally.
From your ob't serv't, R. Thomas, M. D. HT E people
John G. Kilby. God free
William U. P
Messrs. Hawes & Baker. county of Wa
Gent.-I have had in use the Parmelee cooking stove at law and ne
.for a year past,-the family preferring it to a fire-place in same place, di
,sunmnpr, both as a saving of fuel and for convenience in the city of Tr
cooking-and I give it a decided preference to any other New York, s
1 have used. It is the best model of a cooking stove that Mary E. Pott
I have seen. William T. Hamilton. said deceased,
Clifton Park, Jan., 1838. You and ea
sonally to be a
*To all whom it may concern-This certifies that among ty of Rensseli
the different kinds of cooking stoves which I have used, Troy in said
I give Parinelee's patent a decided preference. York, on Moe
Clifton Park, Jan. 15,1838. Rev. Orrin Pier. o'clock in thn
bate of the las
I eoncur Ia'tbe above recommendation of Rev. 0 Pier. Potter, deceas
Roscius R. Kennedy. that purpose,
alifton-Park, Jan. 15, 1838. sector in said
rogate for the
-We the undersigned have now in use, and have tho- both real and
rwoghly tested the Parmelee cook stove, and hesitate not uated in the c
tto a that we consider it the best stove we have seen in In testimony
;use or known of being used with either wood or coal.- four
The new construction of the oven is a great improve- [L S.J fixed.
intent newer before made in any stove 'o our knowledge, said c
We therefore cheerfully recommend them to all who wish of Ap
tt study convenience and economy. my2-6w
Win. Tucker. Albany. I.. M. Tracy, M. D. Cohoes.
Wrnm. I. Wiane, do John V .nderwarken, do. TIHE peop
.obn W. Nettervilledo. Bnj B.StearnsLansingbgh. J wer, the
.Alfi-d Pierce, mer't, Troy. Seth Seely, do, Mary Far em
.. .. __at law of Pet-
This certifies that we the undersigned have now in use WHereas, I
'Parmelet's cook stove, and hesitate not to say that it is has lately api
:by far the best cook stove we have ever used, and in our York, to ha'
,opinion the best in market, it being used with either date the 15th
'wood or coal. The oven is so constructed, that it bakes of both real
betterr and with less fuel than in- any stove we have ever will ant testi
uused. We therefore cheerfully recommend it to all who of the statute
'wish to study convenience and economy, each of you
H. P. Skinner, merchant, Richard Decker, ally to be and
A.:V-V. Elting, do. A. C. Stevens, office in the C
Theo's Dimmiek, do. H. B. Weeks. twenty-seconl
Hudson, 1838. noon of that
'In addition to the above, the following gentlemen have of said-ast wv
-,Ig t -sti-oI

ot tne nion. James McKown, recorder of
Sof-Al any, notice is hereby given, accord-
oviiions of the statute authorisin* attach-
ist non-resident debtors, that' an attachment
against The estate of JOHN GAGE aid
VYMAN, non-resident debtors, and that Xhe
sokld for the payment of thn ir debts, unless
Iand discharge such attachment according to
nine months from the first publication-of this
sat the payment of any'debt, and the deliv-
operty belonging to the said debtors, to
th'er of their- use, and the transfer of any
hem or eitherof them, f0r any purpose what-
biddent by law,and are void. 1)ated the 19th
h, 1838. IL. C. VWHELPLEY,
Attorney for itta-ching creditor,
67 State-sireet, Albany.
of the hon. Michael Ulshoeffer, first judges
urt of colnmnon pleas for the city and county
, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro-
i0 statute autthorising attmachments against
debtors, that an attachment has issued a-
WHITTEMORE,. residents of the city of
state of Massachusetts, andm llit the same
for the payment of their debts, unless they
discharge such attachment according to law,
months from the first publication of this no-
the payment of any" debts due to them by
tils state, and the delivery to them or for
ny property within this state belonging to
e transfer ot any such property by them, are
law and are void. Dated the sixth day of
for attaching creditor a, 21 Wall street.
of the hon. Michael UlshoefFer, associate
the court of common pleas for the city and
w York, notice-is hereby given, pursuant to
s of the statute authorising attachments a
resident debtors,' that an attachment has is-
the estate of CHARLES T. GREEN,
the state of Ohio, and- that the same will
e payment of his debts, unless he appear
e such attachment, according to law, within
trom the first publication of this notice; and
'meat of -any debts due to him by residents
and the delivery to him or for his use of any
hin this state belonging to him, and the traps-
ich property'by him, are forbidden by law
Dated the llth day of October, 183I7.
Attorney for attaching creditor.
f the hon. Richard Riker, recorder of the
ew Yorknotiee is hereby given, pursuant
ons of the statute authorising attachtiments
resident debtors, that an attachment has' is-
he estate ot'PLI'ASANT BLA-CK, a rest-
ite of North Carolina, and buat the same will
Spay meant of his debts, unless he appear and
h attachment, according to law, within nine
he first publication of this notice; and that
of any debts due to himN by residents of this
delivery to him or for his use, of any pro.
this state belonging to him, arid the transfer
property by him, are forbidden by Law and are
the 18th day of April, 138.
Attorneys for attaching creditors.
f-hQn. Michael Ulshoeffer, associate judge
urt of common pleas, for the city and coun-
rk, notice is hereby given, pursuant to tIhe
the statute authorizing attaihmients agtaist
debtors, that an attachment has iMsued
on-residents of the state of New York,
same will be sold for the payment of
less they appear and discharge such attach-
ing to law, within nine months front the first
this notice; and that the payment of any
aem by residents of this state, and thedeliv-
r for their use, of any property within this
g to them, and the transfer of any such pro-
are forbidden by law and are void. Dated
f April, 1IS38. R. J. DILLON,
Attorney for attaching creditor.
!-.All persons having any demands against
irm of Bruce & Parish, are requested to pre-
to either of the subscribers, at their re-
village of Coeymans, together with the
support thereof, on or before the first day of
uoeymans, April 30th, 1818.
Receivers of the late firm of Bruce & Parilh
e of the state of New York, by the grace oj
e and independent, to Thomas M1. Potter and
'otter, of the town of .-oulth Kingston in the
ashington, and state of Rhode Island, heirs
xt of kin to Flisha R. Potter, late of the
ceased; and to Henry R. Bristol, esq., of
oy, in the county of Rens elaer, and state of
special guardian for James B. M. Potter and
er, also heirsat law and next of kin to the
i, who are minors, greeting:
ch of you are hereby cited and required per-
and appear beforeour surrogate of ourcoun-
iter, at the surrogate's office in the city of
county of Rensselaer, and state of New-
nday the eighteenth day of June next. at ten
e forenoon of that day, to attend to the pro-
st will and testament of the said Elisha R.
sed, which will then and there be offered for
by Elisha R, Potter, the younger, sole ex-
[ will named, who has applied to the said sur-
proof of said will, and which will relates to
personal -state, and devises real estate sit-
ounty of Rensselaer and state of New York.
y whereof, we have caused the seal of office
r surrogate of said county to be hereunto af-
Witness, Job Pierson, esq. surrogate of
county, at the city of Troy, this thirtieth day
nril, 1838.
J. PIERSON, Surrogate.
Ie ot the state of New York, to Mary Far-
widow, and Ann Drafting, Biddy Caflerty,
and John Farmer, the next of kin and heirs
er Farmer, deceased, send greeting:
William Bailey, of the city of New-York,
plied to our surrogate of the county of New
e a certain instrument in writing, bearing
i day of April, 1838, purporting to dispose
and personal estate, duly proved as the last
mnent of said Peter Farmer, in pursuance
in such case made and provided: You and
are therefore cited and required, person-
appear before our said surrogate, at his
ity hall of the city of New York, on the
id day of June next, at ten o'clock in thefore-
lay, then and there to attend to the probate
*ifl and testament.
v whereof, we have caused the seal of office

posals will be received tby the undersigned, acting IIL quarter conimmenced on the s3d November. .1) D
commissioner of the Board of Public Works of the state Thisinstitution woundedd in the year 1814, andoccupyin2 wholesa
of Illinois, for tfie 7th Judicial circuit at Peru, Lasalle aspacious an4 elegantedifice, erected especially for its ac- an extem
county, Ill. on Monday the 25th day of June next, until comminodation)oniprises,exclusiveoftheclassescomposed CINES,
the hour of four o'clock P. M. of said day, for the clear- of those pupils from theli.gher departments. pursuing the lowing:
ing, grubbing grading, masonry and bridging of twenty- study of the French and Latin languages, Natural Histo- Opium
two miles of the Central Rail Road, extending from the Qy, Chemistry and Botany, six departments, three of Aloes,
Illinois river southerly eleven miles, also from said river which are subdivided, and the whole under the charge of COampt
northerly eleven miles sixteen professors and teachers.and subject to monthly vis- Magne
The work will be divided into sections of convenient stations by committees of the board of trustees. Castor
length, and most of them will embrace jobs worthy the The course of instruction is designed to be useful and Brimst
attention of competent and experienced contractors, practical,and to embrace all the various branches of a Sulphui
among which will be several viaducts, heavy embank- coompleteferialeeducatmiol. Epsom
ments on the Illinois river bottom, and also some deep Thn institution isfu-nished with maps, charts, globes, Glaube
cuttings and heavy embankments in rising the bluffs, models, a superior chemical and philosophical apparatus, Borax
Plans and profiles of the lines, and drawings of the dif- and an extensive library, containing about six thou- doV
ferent constructions upon it.together with specifications sand volumes; in addition to which, in each 0of the Calcisn
of the manner of executing ,he work, will be exhibited three lower departments, is a smallerlibrary, carefully Jalap,
at the Commissioner's office at Peru ten days previo is to selected, with reference to the capacities and attainments Red Pr
the day of letting, and all other information in relation of tire younger pupils instructed in them. Liquor
to the work will be given on application at the above of,. Amplearrangements have been made, under such regu- do
fde lations as the trustees feel confident will prove s'atisfacto- Salt Pe
Contractors will be required to make an efficient corn- ry to parents, in the establishment, connected with the PinkRe
nmencement of their jobs within 30 days after the letting, families respectively of the Principal and Professor of Cream
and to have. them fully completed on or before ihe 1st day Natural Philosophy, as we as in several private families, Sulpha
of September 1839. for the accommodation of pupils from a distance. And Senna,
Recommendations will be expected In.alleases in which ir view of the increased and increasing number of pupils Rhubar
the contractors are not personally known to the under- from a distance, it is proper to add, that during the present Spirit-
signed or the other associate commissioner attending the year these arrangements have been considerably extended. Lamp I
letting. The expense incurred by ayounglady for board andtuition, Silver]
For the information of contractors abroad, it is men- including allthe studies taulint in the Academy, will not Also, a
tioned that this line of road crosses the Illinois river at exceed 2t, per annum ; and inthese establishments the Druggih
the headof iteamboat aviation, and termination of the best facilities areaffordedf oracquirintig a knowledge o nu terest toe
Michigan and Ilflinois Cana, and is situated in the midst sic, drawing, or atny of the ornamental bratncehesof female
of a most rich and fertile country abounding in supplies education, at a moderate additional charge. miy3 -
of. all kinds thatcan be desired by the contractor.. Thie academical year commences on the first ofSeptemr.
Proposals for any of the above work may be directed her and is divided into four terms.coimmetiig eres pective- J4 Austin
to the undersigned at any time previous to the hoar of ly on tie 1st of September,33d of Novemiber, l5th of Feb- -' JusN
letting, endorsed proposals for work to he let on the25th ruary,andtheSthof May; vacation ot six weeks follow Pot office
of June, 1838, and l they will be duly considered. ingthe examination in july, and second of one week and staph
% E, w PECK, Acting Corn. the close of the quarter ending the 1st o May. B1lackand
mrt3-2tawtjelO. for 7th judicial circuit. F or tennis ofu struction,which have been placed on a silks
liberal footing, or for any other information which may be Light and
CP Sprposals will be receivedby the Water Comriis- to AtCrittenton, A. M., the principal, or to either of the plain dc
sioners of the city of New-York, until the 7th day of Trustees. Light and
tMay'inext, at 9 o'clock P. M., at their office in the ity of For general information concernmngte character of the French pir
New-York, for time excavation, embankment, back fil- institution, &c. the trustees beg leave to refer to Chancel- muslins
lint, foundation and protection walls, tunnels, several lor Kentofthme city ofrNew York, Rev. Dr. Ludlow,1Pro White an'
lIttge and small culverts, ind an aqueduct of stone and vost ofthe University of Pennsylvania, Rev. Dr. Ferris, hopf?
brick masonry, with other incidental -work, on. that por- 'Tew York, who, during their residence in Albany, have Open wor
tion of the Croton Aqueduct which is enibraced in see- successively presided over the institution; to Benjamin P. Plain Emig
tions&4S to ,79 inclusive, on the third dfvision, and see- Butler Attorney General of the U. S., Washington City; French pr
tions 80 to 85 inclusive, being part of the 4th division, hon. Jakob Sutherland, Geneva, New York, and J. T'. Embr'd th
The prices for the- work must include the expense of Norton, esq,, Farming on, Conn., late trustees. By order Raw silks
materials necessary for the completion of the same, ac- of the Board. French ea

cording to the plans and specifications that will be pre-
sented for6iexamination, as hereiniafter minentioned. The
work to be completed by the first day of October, 1841.
Security will be required for the performance of con-
tracts, and -propositions should be, accompanied by the
names of respo(ansible persons,; signifyinug their assent to
become sureties. If .the character and responsibilities of
those proposing, and the sureties they shall offer, are nret
known totht commissioners or engineers, a certificate
of good character and the extent of their responsibility,
Assigned by the first judge or clerk of the county in which
they severally reside will he required.
No transfer of contracts will be recognized.
The line of aqueduct will be located, and the map and
profile of the same, together with the plans and specifi-
cations of the materials and manner of construction,
will be ready for examination a: thIe office of tire Water
Commissioners, in the city of New-York, on the 23d day
of April next;i and the Chief, or Resident Engineer, will
be in attendance to explain the plans, &c., and to furnish
clank propositions.
Persons proposing for more work than they wish to
contract for, must specify the quantity they desire to
The full names ot all persons-that are parties to any
proposition, must be written out in the signature for the
The parties to the propositions which may be ftecepted
will be required to enter into contracts immediately after
the acceptance of the same.
The undersigned reserve to themselves the right to ac-
cept or reject proposals that maybe offered for the whole
or any part of the abpve described work, as they may
consider the public interest to require.
New-York. March 24th, 1838."
SAUL ALLEY, commissioner
WILLIAM WV. FOX, Commissioner.
JOHN B. JERVIS, Chief Engineer
New-York Water WVorks.
The Albany Argus, Utica Observer, Hlartfo rd Times,
and Pennsylvanian, are requested to publish the above
notice until the 7th of May next, and send their bills to
the office of the New-York Evening Post. The papers
that publish the notice, are requested to send a paper
containing the first and last insertion to Stephen Alien,
chairman of the Water Commissioners, New-York.
rUMHBER FOR SALE-The Georgia Lumner
&J Company have now on hand at their depot at Dari-
en, a large amount of Lumber for sale by the cargo, or in
smaller quantities, and they are now fully prepared to
' furni h on short notice all kinds of the best quality of
Southern Pine Lumber, sawed to any required dimen-
sions, and at the most favorable prices.
All communications may be addressed to the Agent of
he Georgia Lumber Company, at Darien,, and will re-
ceive prompt attention. SIMEON B.- JEWETT,
Secretary of Georgia Lumber Co.,
fe 3m Lumber City, Geo.
SI,SIGNEE-The entire stock of Saddiery, Cutlery,
Guns, Pistols, Staple and Fancy HardWare, &c. &e., at
No. 308 South Market street.
Merchants and dealers from the country are invited to
call and secure bargains, as thie stock is offered very low
for cash or approved notes.
ocl3-dac STEELE & WARREN, Agents.
J"141 Maiden Lane, (New York) up stairs, over Ro-
binson & Ward, Drugdstsr
botiles, round, square and concave, common, essence,
perspective and patent medicine vials of every descrip-
tion; perfumers' bottles and vials, spices, tinctures,
show globes, medicine chest squares, and all kinds of
shop furniture._
JARS-Round and square pickle, preserve and specie
jars, all sizes, white and green.
TUMBLERS, &c.-Cut, flint, plain ond pressed ware,
suitable for the eartliern and China ware trade, all sizes,
descriptions and patterns.
SHADES-Cut and plain astral and candle shades,
Moon's lamp glasses, chimneys, hall lamps, &c. &c.-
Glass ware of all descriptions, made and cut to order.
The subscriber keeps on hand at his General Commis-
sion Glass WVare-house, as above, a general assortment
from several manufactories, so that orders to any extent
can be received.
ap6-2aw2m CIARLEi HOL T,Jun.
STATE PRISON, Auburn, March 20th, 1838.-
SNotice is hereby given, that sealed proposals for the
labor of a number of convicts, not exceeding fifty, for the
term of not less than three nor more than five years from
the 1st day of June next, to be employed at cotton weav-
ing, will be received by the agent of said prison until the
2-2d day of May next. The proposals must state the price
which Will lbe paid for the labor of each convict per day,
and also the names of the persons offered as surety. Sui-
table shop room, sufficiently warmed and lighted, will be
furnished by the state, and good and sufficient sureties
for the performance of the contract, will be required from
the contractor.
mr23-iawtma22 JOHN GARROW, Agent.
SParis's celebrated Soothing Syrup for children cut-
ting their teeth. This infallible remedy has preserved
hundreds of children, when thought past recovery, from
convulsions. As soon as the syrup is rubbed on the
gums, the child will recover. This preparation is so in-
nocent, so efficacious and so pleasant, that no child will
refuse to let its guirms be rubbed with it. When infants
are at the age of tour months, though there is no appear-
ance of teeth, one bottle of the syrup should be used on
the gums to open thIe pores. Parents should never be
without the Syrup in the nursery where tht re are yoqng
children, for ifa child wakes in the night with-pains'ln
the gums, the syrup immediately gives ease by opening
the pores and healingthe gums, thereby preventing con-
vulsions, fevers, &c. For sale at the Variety Store.-
price $1. S. VAN SCHAACK,
fe22 392 South Market st.
N EW BOOKS-Diary. illustrative of the times of
George the Fourth, in 2 vols.
Walsingham, the Gamester, in 2 vols. Capt. Chamier.
Ellis's Medical Formulary, 5th edi, with additions.
De La Martine's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, a new
edi, in 1 volume. Just received at
mr24 0. STEELE'S Bookstore.
this beautiful work, Leila, with 15 illustrations, fom
sale by WV. C. LITTLE,
mr6 corner of State street.

FLOATING SOAP-Patey & Co.'s Marine or
Floating Soap, for sale at the Variety Store, 892
South Market street, by
-1t-1 S. VA'N.T SC'H-A C('.]

A. CRITTENTON, Secretary.
The Trustees are:
no23 EZRA P. PRENTICE, Esq., Trustees.
A LBANY ACADEM[Y-The Academy will open
for instruction on Monday the 4th o f September.
The students are arranged in departments correspond-
ing to the wishes of parents, for the instruction of their
In the 4th 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, and
writing. In the more advanced classes these studies &re
pursued to the extent of a thorough English education.-
Mr. MeDouell, Mr. Edwards .and Mr. Robertson are the
teachers in this department.
The remaining departments, viz. the Classical, utinder
the Rev. Mr. Bullions; the Mathematical, under Dr. TIen
Eyck; and the English, under Mr. Jolly, offer all the ad-
vantages of a complete and thorough course of instruc-
The French language is taught by Gen. Du Coudray
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 o4her states.
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.
Mr. Bell contin ties as instructor in Penmansiamp.
The Principal will attend to the general superinten-
dence of the Institution, and instruct in various branches
ot 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-
In the higher studies of the 4th department, $1 75 and
95 25. Total, $20 per annum.
English, Arithmetic and Algebra, 95 75 and $6 25.-
Totait. 824 per annum.
Classical, and the higher bran 'hes of Mathdmatics, in-
c.udming any of the above, 87 75 and 98 25. Total $32
ier 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 $2 50 to $3 per week.
Classes commencing Latin are formed on the first 0t
September amd the flnt of March in each ear..-
T. ROMEYN BECK, rincinal.
au31-tt JISAAC N. WYCKOFF. Trustees.
ing machines will be furnished by the subscribers on
short notice (with or without locomotive powers) tor any
part of the U. States or the Canadas, capable of raising
from twenty to three hundred tons of earth per hour, and
excavating from four to twenty square rods without raise.
ing the anchors, leaving the bottom smooth and level, to
any depth under fifty feet, and depositing the earth on 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 of from three to
thirty thousand dollars 'The expense ofexcavatingcomi-
mon earth from a depth of fifteen feet and discharging 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 be taken on
reasonable terms by the undersigned.
Communications directed to Lyonsdale, Lewis county,
N Y. will be promptly attended to. Lyonsdale, October,
1836. de23 LYON & HOWARD.

CHOICE GROCERIES-particularly selected
for private families. The subscriber has just receiv-
ed 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 Wines and Liquors, comprise a
very general assortment of goods in his line. Among
which are
Superior old Madeira,
Sdo do pale and brown sherry,
do port, (pure juice)
do Sicily and Marseilles, (WINES.
Lisbon, Malaga and Muscat,
St. Julian and other claret,
Champaign and Burgundy, J
Imperial, gunpowder, hyson, young hyson, TEAM.
hyson skin, pouchong and souchong A.
Loaf, lump, white Havana and other SUGARS.
Oideotard, highly flavored peach, rasp- BRANDY.
berry and strawberry
Old Holland and whortlebherry GIN.
Old Jamaica and St. Croix R'UM.
Jamaica Shrub, French Cordials.
Hibbert's Brown Stouit and London Porter, lemon syr-
up, limmejuice, ginger, preserves, green and dry race gin-
ger, mace, cloves, nutmegs, cayenne pepper, paper amd
soft shell almonds, raisins, currants, citron, prepared co-
coa, rice, flour, pearl barley, pelucio starch, vermacelli,
macaroni, currie-powder, ollves,caper s, anchovies,sallad
oil, fish sauces, mushroon and tomato catsup, pepper
sauce, rose water, &c. &c. &e.
Also, Sperm Candles by the box or in smaller quanti-
ties. aul E.R. SATTERLEE.
0VRE MADEIRA WINE-The subscribers
beg to inform the Public that they have made ar-

Embr'd cr
French ca
French gil
White me
Black t
Scarlet ,
Black boran
Blk and blI
Black and
White, piI
Black and
Linen cam
Hem stitet
Fancy sha
Blue bi'k r
White op
Col'd rib'd
Black and
Black India
Slack silk
Mixed do
White sati
Black nanl
Black crap
Blue black
Corded s
conett and
bead hags,
be sold at t

YE STUFFS, &c.-The subscribers offer at
le, at the lowest prices for cash-or approved credit,
nsive assortment of genuine DRUGS, MEDI-
DYE STUFFS, &e.; among which are the fo-
~, Logwood,
hor, Fustic,
sia, Camwood,
Oil, Copperas,
one, Blue Vitriol,
ir, Oil do
SSalts, White do
er Salts, Madder, *
Crude, Indigo
Refined. Nutgais,
le, Chrome Yellow,
Cochineal, :
ecipitate Annatto,
ice Bal4, Prussian B1lue,
Root, Drop Lake,
tre', Aqua Fortio,
cot, Red amid White Lead,
Tartar, Rotten Stone,
te do Gum Copal,
do 'Mastic,
rb do Ariabic,
Iurpentinc, do Myrrh
Black, 'Rusisia Isinglass,
Black Lead, American do .' '
quantity of India alid English Seine-Twine.
its, Merchants and ethers will find It-for their in-
call beforethey purchase elsewhere,
J. J. WV. BAY,
Cor. ofState and South Market-st.

opened at 319 North Market street, opposite the
e, a complete assortment of fashionable f(Wy
e dry goods. Consisting n part of
I blue black figuredBroadcloths
dark coPd do' Satineits
k and blue black Merino caaavenere -
0 Erminetts .
darkcol'd dodo Crape eamblet"
rinted mulls and'Indianankeens
SI.I.Linen drilling
d black ribb'd silk Dark jeans
Boys summer goods
k silk do Rouen ceassimeres
lish do" IBlue nankeen
inted cambric# Irish linen .
ibet shawls Linen sheeting
shawls Cotton do
mels hair do Marseilles quilts
do CoUnterpanes
ape do Pine summer spreads
do Superfine counterpane
licoes Cradle quilts. '
ighams Toilet coVers
rino shawls Cradle blankets .
do do Roseblanketa :
do do Birds eye diaper
bazine Russia 'do
ue black challe Damask linen table ciOths
mnuslins Colored table covers
blue bik crape Colored countrpanes
ik, salmon do Table oil cloth
'blue black crape Moreens'
Furniture dimity
bricehdkfs Silk and gingham umbrellas
h do Parasols
wls Cambric dimity
shawls Corded cambric
ibb'd cotton hose Swiss muslin
pen work cotton Scotch lawn
Medium muslin
cotton hose Bishops lawn
do Nansook muslin
white cashmere Imitation linen camb.ie .
Linen lawn ..
a satin Linen cambric
eamblet Thibet shawls
do Light and dark calicoes
n Merino cloths .
Ain crape Thread laces
e vei s Worked edging and insert-
do ing
kirts, India rubber aprons and table cloths, Ja-
sarsnett cambrics, black lace Veils and shawls.
Italian sewing silks, &c. &e., all of Which Will
he lowest current price, by

nerly Corning, Norton & Co.), manufactures to order
I'ORIES, of every description. Also, MALT MILLS,
ROAD CASTINGS of every description. The collec-
.ion of PATTERNS of MACHINERY is not equalled in
he United States.
The following articles will be kept -6constantly for sale
(t the Furnace, and furnished at short notice, viz: POT-
&S11 KETTLES, single and double bottoms, from 56 to
t40gallons,CAULDRONS from 1 top3 barrels, HATTERS'
PUMPS, single and double FORCING PUMIPs, VAG-
WEIGHTS, 7,14, 25,28,30,50 56 and 60 lb. WEIGHTS,
3ER IRONS, MANDRILLS for Coppersmiths, BOOK-
WV. V. M. having an extensive assortment of Plough
Patterns, embracing almost every kind in use, keeps
constantlyy on hand the following Plough Castings, viz
Starbuck's No. 1, 2 & 3D Tice's No. TA
aute's No, 1 & 2 I-3 Wright's No. 0, 1,9r*d4
3ryant's No. 1, 9, %, 3, & 4. Hudson's No. 2, D
Gibson's No. 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6. RusseUll's No. 2.
Vood's (or 2, 3 A V Wod's C. S. j, 2 &3 old
Freeborn's 5 1 A Chamberlain's Ne. 3.
Also-The celebrated Side-Hill Plough, No. I and 2.
Country founderss can be supplied with PIG IRON,
Bolting, Turning and Finishing, in all their various
r:inches, executed with neatness and despatch.
Also-PATTERNS made and SCREWS cut to or-
W. V. M. being a practical Millwright, will furnish
calculations, and any other information in relation to ma-
COTTON MACHINISTS may obtain castings at this
Furnace made of Scotch Iron.
All articIs ordered can be forwarded to any part ofthe
/United States or the Canada.. Orders may be addressed
io WILLIAM V. MANY, Eagle Air Furnace, No. 84
Beaver-street, Albany, or to the care of Messrs. ERAsrTus
-W -A r 392 South Market st.-
-/ VA T -X---0^ The subscriber hereby
,A<"!--- g_' 'ir expresses his gratitude
., '') t to his friends who have
so liberally patronized his establishment, and intends to
deserve the continuance ot their custom. He now has
on hand, (and intends to have constantly) an extensive
collection of House Keeping articles, Fancy Goods, Per-
fumery, Toys, &c. at wholesale and retail. The follows
ing 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 Battiedoors and shuttle
do and maple keelers cocks
Patent painted pails Dominoes
Shaker brooms and mops Cups and balls
do sieves and dippers Dissected pictures and map-
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
Bootjacks Sugar nippers
Foot stoves and benches Carpet haiumers
Paper files Paste jiggers
Yard sticks Fine razors in cases
Grain scoops do pen knives & scissors
Teacup mops and mats Carbonic dentrifice
Table mats Chlorine do
Hemp, grass and husk door do tooth wash
mats Preston salts
German wax tapers The otto of rmses
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 Castillan and mask do
Fine pocket books Camphor and oxygen soap
do card cases Extract of tonquin bean
Ivory fine tooth combs do bergamot
do dressing do do roses
do pocket do Macassar oil
Cut beads of various colors Bears oil -
Seced do do Coldcream
Gilt do Florida and cologne water
Bead bags and purses. Lavender and honey do

FICE, araoga Spria December 4, 1837-The
oard of Directors of this Cinpa )l0to o t0 mei-.
bers the following annual report and statement of ts af-
fairs: ;
SThey commenced issuing policieson the first day of De-
cember, 1134, and bad ipsued up to the 7th of Decembel,
1835, 153, five of which hat beter surrendered, leaving
then in force 1527, insuring prOperty to the amount 4f
1,5567,853 00. During the year ending on the 5th Dq
cember, 136, they issued 3833 policies, insuring property,
to the amount of $4,240,349 00. There had been surren-
dered at the last date 34 policies leaving then in force
6331, property insured 95,772,123 00; amount of premi-
um notes 0419,760 53. -
During the past year therohave been issued 4818 poll-
Property insured in the same, 04,941,191 00;
Amount of premium notes, -5. 8.
Additional notes taken on alterations with "
Increase, 1,8290 b

5 percent. upon the same, S17,T 95
There have been surrendered during the pust ydar 97

reperty insured ina the ame,
Premium note,
Leaving now in force 1,052 policies.
Amount of property insured, '
Amount of premium notes,
Funds on hand due, as per last animUal re-
port, -
5 per cent. think year,

Paid losses and expenses this year,



Lec.ures of this celebrated traveller for sale by
mrl W. C. LITTLE. corner State-st.

Amount on hand and due, 1 9-70
Of this sum, .23, 92 has been paid in,
and 11,655 84 is idue from agents and
for policies not delivered. .
TAe-oxy claims. fqr lossesnot determined are, -.
Thomas P. Danfonh -oft Scio- ,
narie, r
Ahd Hicks,& Cottorll, aot Clin-
ton, who claims 7S ., ..
Deduct the amount of 86 75
from the funds of the company and it
leaves a balance of t2,309 01l
to pay losses and expenses, before a resort needbebad
to the premium notes. .
For Books, Stationary, Priating and Labels, 068 -1.
Pwage, .- > 3,
President, 8008- i> i
"Directors, 8 00t
Treasurer, 20 00'
"Secretary, 2W 00
Executive Committee,43 43360
"Attorney and Counsolir, Op
"Ourveyots and Agents, -6'
"Abatement on 5 percent, 102'66

1837. LOSSES. "
Jam, 6i R. Rowing & Co., Schoarie county, -II199 75
4,G. Tanicliff,.Otsego county,. -1- 00
Watkins & Watson, Oneida county, 1500 00
?4eh 16, A. S. Loomis, Orleans county, 100 00
Loomis&TTuttle, do 10000
24,Jas. Campbell,tenasselaereounty, 300 00
May 22, D. M. Gregory, do 14 20
23, A. Thompson, Omeida county 25 00
Marsh, jr. do 0 -000
S. Dorlarnd awdlJ. Hafght de. 60000
SS6,L.H. Perkins, Climtoneounty, 19-:63
June ,J. Holden do 45 00
4 1S,V. Moseley.Rensselaer county, 1700
July 12, C. 8. (Siniell, Montgomery county, :is 00
Aug 9, J. Nichols, Torm pkina county, 3 00
Sept 2. J. Smith Saratoga county, -.- 2. 400
Oct 26, V. Vrankin, Schenectady county, 15 00
Nov 29, J. Allen, Delaware county, -8 00
J. HoffiTman, Schoharie county, 90 00
30, WV. Lowrle, Oneida county, 12 00
Dee 4, T. Townsend, Orange county, 400 00
4, W&,F. W. Brhdley, Columbia co,,. 94-27
-" -4,. W. Heath, W hingtoncbuty, -500

It will be seen by the foregoingstatement;,hat, we have
4 capital of rtearly .10,OOO, and ani ineax uinlu fund
of over 12'0001N CASH to pay losses and expense.
The actual saving to the meaibers of this company, upon
the property now insured, will amount ina liveyea. to
not less thanthe enormous sum of $458,0W- To-those
who wish to secure themselves .against loss aod accident
by FIRE, the undersigned submit the'betneflts and advan-
COMPANY. Its financial department is now upop .o
firm a basis, and its risks are so small and scattered, that
it is beyond the reach ofseriou-ltoss or injury.
RANSOM COOK, President. .
G. M. DAVISON, V. President. : -
WV. PUTNAM,;Treasurer ...
T. J. MARVIN, Secretary.
HILL & BEACH, Counseffors and Att'ys.
E. HOLBROOK, General Agent.
R. COOK., Saratoga Springs.
G. M. DAVtSON, do do
W. PUTNAM, do do,
J. C. BRISBIN, Saratoga.
I. FRINK, Milton. -
0. P. RAYMOND,:Mata. '
B. P. ROGRS.Coerinth.
P. V WtVGGIN8 Saratoga Springs
J A. WATER YRY, da -
IhIir O4LBaOOgt d o-3^S
R.M, DONNELL, Ldo do
a15-daelaw3m T J MARVIN, Saratoga Sprlngs.
YOUNG,,Principal. -
This i(M.titei.&oea4a w~xh&i-a mntftnht allI Ul renesM ,. '
a thorough English, Classical and Mathematical edeuca-
tion, is situated two miles east of the villages of Durham
and Oakhill, on the Susquelannah turnpike, arnd Within-
twenty miles of Catskill, Hudson andCoxsaekie. --
A more desirable location as regards health, beauty of
scenery, and agreeable diversity of surface, is not to be
found in the state.
The exertions of its Principal to give to it arank .W
among the first schools of the kind in the state, have met,
from its commencement, the most unqualified approba-
tion. These kind expressions of public favor have indu-
ced him to add to the previously extensive buildings, a
large school -room, which will enable him toacecommodate
with perfect comfort 50 pupils, to which number he will
at all times strictly limit himself.
The manners and morals of the students are- strictly
guarded; the government of the school is mild and paren-
tal, but firm; no corporeal punishment, is allowed. The
Principal, aided by competent assistants, gives his atten-
tion exclusively to the charge of the school. Having
been so long before the public as teaCher, he can refer to
hundreds who have been his employers, which reference
will at all times be cheerfully given, on application by
letter or otherwise.
All lettersto be directed, Durham, Greene co., N. Y.
TERMs-Instruction in Ordinary English studies,: $30
per quarter; Book-keeping and Mathematics added, S36
per quarter; the same studies, including Greek and La-
tin, W40. Each quarter payable in advance, except oth-
erwise stipulated.
'The above prices include board, lodging, washing and
mending; each pupil to furniSh his own bed and bedding,-
or an extra charge of 2 per quarter. felOg-daclawtMyl
Charles Dickens, esq. (Boz) author of Pickwick, fc.
Terms, *5 per annum. W. C. LITTLE,
aplL corner of State street.
I RENCH CRAPE-4-4 and 6-4 black French
1- Crape received this morning at 384 South Market,
corner of Hudsonxst., by
SWISS MUSLINS rec'd this morning at 384 S.
Market, corner of Hudson st., by
N~ EW B OOKS-W- C. LITTLE has received the
.Icomplete works of Lord Bacon,.2 vols., with por-
trait and essay, London edition.
Burnett's history of his own times, complete in one
volume, London edition.
'rhe poetical work of Thomas Campbell, beautlfully il-
lustrated, complete in I vol.
New supplies of Alice, Ernest Maltravers, Leila, Yan-
kee Notions, &c,,- ap28
tjUncle Horace, a novel by Mrs. S. C. Hall. ,.
The poetical works of Thomas Campbell, elegantly il-
The Victims of Society, by Lady Blesagniton, a new
edition, in 1 vol.
Burton's Comic Songster.
Kate Leslie, a novel, by Thos. HaynesBayty, 2 vols.
And all the new publications. ap2 '

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on ift Is.ur.e ,ngeie, th~ttl v#,ttiz tw'el.rt.y d^thes
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arcoytif btoi.e; ridatslA o-e otog the a
that the defendant JaI *,;cook, h'rawa-hhik*octlis
state,vand Pthat rk s for ki% ta be* has n duly
issued, oned tho-atd .e it utAho J e- ,at.ib;ey6- reason
of Aiq enwtanm k WaOiti4 elt or .e r
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said Chres W. Brad iiF t James ,
F t o -larisnagt by a.peirs an be et_ art of the der no
tichare, adeoftat or ron, '6' -t* anth sboi cttor
Wiped, and that coap anreotc".b(ote^irnh'edcm y repaon#
ofthat within te' d h.!trao-pain nius tpis
ee 0 of -tCoeo sbsheti A tt ee a b e pae in teiranw tor

t inCutncrier an w:phletin our lm.o~tnlrn'(h'tn aleof:thBetidpa* e an t,
; lemtones in eapprBa weekl for .eijB.ioeis raBu wersitq
to eo aptinaea .bio of .i prtQ ,,copy thresnof
to tserved oWi thei e4dphafle ts' oiitor wio0thin Tofrty
dtysa .ifter servOe fa co* & ibpi'idlib -'infdWf'e-a ra
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tliyeor~dvr, ofti # MlaelxIetflrog d
y a-,a t( ? w, wit twety
.days the said courlinadntin apljeht, h city. rdole pub-t
listed in thestate pa'Ier ahdnthe Tti DSreerVre,eand'
that the saiinub lEott5ba oW edInaandti-eicottlttewidi
Pwapraat leant- o&60 W1 each-," ek p sbeB solrda vtit fd elair ayts nde t .
persona d di ue1 *aid ae ordngeo awa
thry hi; a*,d t ida t p e dat f it d leadt twenty hay
hefote tr. time a ntoTy prueihdftY bY Mipare f0.pbid.,
-ti~i Conyi. -A~fy/TBfgw
AT &acurtor Man si) ,w cdty of d.DkIer AV .-t;9,;i thdaoay, of
April, one thousand eight bupfred ajd thirt elglit,-.pre_
sen Wlliam -T. AMcCorne orV166 fiaotin re #rsf

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Theni6iaDar S (iLnatit~. 'r
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It appearing by ada4, oen zl tfl that the ant

ari ataemntby a* 'defaPoO- -Af lheetifteel" FRsaN
ChaierSow. wlrintg"Yi6Woae1 -t Ddt .i* am K is a
residente Mtf. 'hawst ESdwsr,,,if ni~e eo tejo^nant, it.
U lredii tiwt* %op -".Iuse WIi5
anthate-ro be a ntmerell Sd t farthe f OW tobe rved
ofc cormn tinathin eUeg ur t 0ombtibs-irait
thedate ofdhwi orderyze, eiandI rl en op rnce
tbatenincatems, antswerto tfa a tans bil tan o be
filed, and a copy thereof to be, .ert.f'th cmllar -
iddenbylator awitdim forty' days &tater 'rtie Of dayp-

SepftiemberK, 13B : e 4"ffAite l> .e WaTE W*"
byl4makelt eoa c thAt within twenty daysp the id cormlainant cause this
Mnorder to be published inl 'te state paper an. i- the Morn,-r
ingHaorier andNewYork hnqre, and J n ythat- the said
public nation be .cottiffled in iAw* ofthe idxpakpei at.
least once in each week for eight weeks iqn successionp,
or thatlhecap e na copy of lbis prder to Ue *pfrsntlly'
servedd on the said Chprie t M. Winn-r atle tsf twenty
dayo biefore- th tIlame abive- p tsoibed r W4ftin ppear !
aace. CoPy. -
amylO-8w JOIfXN WAWORtft, Clerk.
BpY ordered of thimo MiaelAe Ulsbatredi,first judge of
B the court of eouio pleas of the city and county of
New York, notices hereby given, pursuant thoe' pro-
visuioa of thl statute ittiorlotuig asttachime pt against
nonaresident debtorsx that a h *tt bhmeut has-imsupda,
against the, estate of W'LL-AtM eQLLAND, a resident
of the ati e b North Carotina, 'and that the same will
be motd fAr the pyinehtt- of his ;tebts, vnlwew he ,_10-
pear and discharge such attachment. accord~igzm o, ltw,.
within nine months fromn the first pubUaiiun oftiseno-
:tiie. id that th at ythepayeht of any de-t's due 6 hm' by
residents of this state,yid thedelivery to him or for thier
use, of any property Within this ;tate belonging -tohinm,.
1auddthe transfer of any pucW-ptoae~ty by IiHi, are forbid-
den Vy law a d are void. Daf 8th day of May'
myIl-9m lAttorney for-attachingecredimtb.-
B;Y order of the-hoti; M etkel. Vslhoelfer,'aissodilate
judge of common please W v by given, pursafant to the pro-vistons of the Statute au-
thorising attachment- ,arnftnltomieident debtors, that
;an attachment A a st te of FRAN-
'PEDBE "B LA tUINIAPtA.teteauaofLorndod or
,Liverpool,,in ^nsl~pd^ awj ?AL8X4WfDK MACSEN-.
KENZIEresidenti ofMd ble Iid tht state difAlibama,
ana that tht- same will hMesold'ftr'ther paymnenit of their
'lebts, unless tht y appear and disebargesuch attachmient
according to jnw, witliin i tnqe H,0iAifrom the first pub-
tication of this notice; and that the-.rsjnen ofth stteb,
-due to them, or either 6fThner, by t1~1dehfsofthi'tt
and the delivery ito them, or elthhr'of them, or for their
*or either of their use, opl any prnpenty wikhia this stains
helonginig to themi, or either of tnBem, and --se-transfer-of.
'an? such property by t4,emxr or,,eitber sof tI~e~n, are fpr-
fudden by law an d ae void. Tbatcid thi'eTleventh day of
September, 1837. -/ JAMEA W. "WHITE, :
myl4~lPm, Attoroe~yfor atescltmag creditOr. -
7THE-peopleo1-the state io- Noww Vork IliJohri Maim-
~ley, James Rt. Manley,-B aMl 3atimesCtheine
Manley, Robert F. Nanley- John W. Matuloy, Mary
Ham-let1 Eliza Hunt, aind Juha Anan Epri~aby,1he flext of kinr
and heirs at law -f Evelnre Man1ey~dec^heaBefd gret
:in g : * .;' -; .. -; -;. .
Wbnrea, Cathmutii~e F.Hnzay~ofwy. iih-yjof New
Yorky, haS lately applied to. qur sum'rogate of the~ county
of New-York, to hrave a certik ifi st~tmhlerit in 1vritfrng,-
boaning-date the~th 4ay-ot'ipti, 1S%-, urporuiag-t6 dinr-
psofbo~lm real d :penMMa tath~duly throyed asnkea
last will and *tejtaoreat of said Evel~ina Manl~y in pur-
suanice of-the slhtute in- su~thi case nrade uitd provided:
Yon and each of you are-therefore elted atd l'equim~d per-1'
sonally til bie aa4 appear beforeonlr said suirogatie, at.his'
office in tle eity hal| of th~e city of New, York, on-the
twenty-sixth 4ay qf Jiinemext1 at ten 0'Oclc itn the'tore-

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[rron th OWahington Glo1'e.l
T6 understand Mr. CLAT'S resolution to compel
the Government to make a. national currency out
o9l local bank paper, it is necessary to understand
his character and objects. His character is always
to appear a1-the authorof all-the important events
which are taking place,and now that some of the
banks have resamed, Ma all the solvent ones will
resume in a few morithsl, contrary to his efforts
and his predictiohW.i h tr claiming the honor of
theevent, and toa, "tp for its-author, by bring-
ing ina resolutionn to aid them to do what the
whole power ofthe BIDDLZI bank cannot prevent
them fromdoig-.. This i his character. His ob-
ject is to ruin the currency and the finances, in or-
der'to compel the establishment of a National
Bank. He knows very well that such a resolu-
tion 48ae has introduce"4 would ruin the currency
in one yeas, iet itwould drive oat the gold and
silver which has poured in upon us; tempt the
banks to over-issues produce a new expansion
and a new suspension, and then enable him to
commence a new cry for.-National Bank. This
ia hi obi e Ott- ML CIAY,'S political fate is wrapped
uin the qu-etiot of I National Bank. 'His pol-
itical life is' staked u4 .that issue,. He is for a
National Bank, and he is for every thing that will
lead to that object. o -Fthis purpose he opposed
the correction of th erroneous gold staidard in
1834. It was because the establishment of a na-
tional gold currency would spersede the demand
for a National Bank paper currency. For this
purpose be abusedthe state banks at the veto ses.
sion, and panic session, .ad did all in his power
to create runs upon them, and to break them; for
this purpose he has opposed all measures to termi-
nate the reign of shit-plasters & depreciated bank
paper; tor this purpose be proposed a few weeks
ago to make irredeemable paper# the currency yof
the General Govetnment, to be'paid out by it; for
this purpose be has supported ll measures fbr bfor-
cing paper money upoo the Government; and 1br
this purpose he hhas now brought forward A resolu-
tion to make tli notes ofalll the banks ini the Unit-
ed States the medium ofall paymets to and from
the public- Tremry. In aU-this he has but one
object-aad that- e#t ie, to keep the finances and
the currency in a state o disorder and ruin unttiL
the people, '*orL -U.. with such a state of things,
shall gve up and take refuge ih a National Bank.
Never did an old dowager duchess of the Faux-
bourg St. Germain sigh tor the return of the old
Bonrbons more than Mr. CtAY siohs for the res-
toration of his. dear, adored) lost national Bank.
One thig ought to-escape no one's attention;
and that is, that Mr. Clay himselfand all his sup-
porters say that the local banks witl all fail again;
that the rexsumption^innot last; that all that res-
sume. will stop again, in a few months: and now,
let it be remembered, ho js proposing i his reso-
lution to exchaikg all th6 pul4lc lamid for the pa-
per of these banks .iahh e tells you are to fail a.
gain Heis-for rceiving the paper of all these
banks for all debts, dues and' taxekto the Govern-
menti ftorleaviag.the Governmentawto alternative but
to take paper moeya sifiakitum I He is obr paying
out the P4per of all.these banks in discharge of all
demands upon the public Treasury ,l And he is
for doing all tis while declaring that these banks
will all tikil again t- What is this but an open re-
quest to the A4ministration to -ruit the finances
and the currency, and to disgrace itself, for the,
purpose of SnabOing'hiO;t'aay,- I told you so;
you -ca ne wr get o, wiMout a' National Bank;
these e Stanks- Av.e t4eagmas IItoUd you they
We repeat, let not one forget that MCLAy is
openly, publicly, perseveri.gty proclaiming anoth-
er failure ofithe State banks while in the very act
of endeavoring to make their paper the currency
of the Federal Govemiment I 1I I
(Fromthie N. Y. EveniangPost.]
We hear great complaints about the removals in
the Custom HioUse for opiRion's ake, but we hear
nothing about tw tedeal fposcription Jlast spring,
when every demoor t was removed who held office
under our com mophn couciLt We hear no corn
plaints against the prscripttop exercised jn New-
Jersey, last winter, -*hen no laewrthai three hun-
dred democrats were 4emoved by the'iederal legis-
latare, just then crept intp power. We hear no-
thing about the proscription of democrats, in the
state of Mtine, where, If we may judge rom the
number of removals, federalism is running a mad
career. In Kemtebec cosaty, twenty-seven remo-
vals otod r bs weY-rimade for opinion's sake.
Twent-six emois -wesremade in York co.
Six itiOltrdwuflty, and numbers ofothersin
every county Mi the state. /
Speaking of Governor 'Kiet's conduct in this
matter, the Augutia Age remarks as follows:-
", He has created m little over three months,
upwards o( ot.tehosisaad-ifflce fImlders-of every
grade3 from Attorney (lenerai down to just o'
the peac--4istriittted'at the publtc expenses
wards of one thoumRKd:rewards to those -who)s-
sistedian his election. To 'make roam for this
army of, a thousand ofice holderswhom he hat
biletted on the public, he has removed competent
-A a klfithful men fromt office, ,* n'a'.-'*-.' ,.
thanmore-l-the- fcpen~teit avowal o( their own
political opinions. .That was not enough. He
han violated the common courtesies of lis, dese-

crated to party the #reat objects.of public charity,
and trenched unne-ce 'y upoi the public funds,
in order ito.4rve0out places flor the crowd ofhU;-
gry expest"As who w bIw* u Yrounded himit .We
ask the ofial to ecpn4 fit can, this unpalt-
leled course, ow pj m,-ri t94ti for opuuon*8 sake,
with the repeated vaantig professions wah
which this dynasty came iat power.'_ -
On Monday evening eO Cw mmoeoeuncil, in
joint ballot just as they Wer goijg out ofofficee,
exercised their, brief authb0nly in removing the
only democrats hitherto Apared from their viadic-
tive policy. -; -
Yesterday foresooi we received the Proyidence
Courier, which contains the names of about one
hundred prerons appointed by thp legislature of
Rhode-iSlaind, in th place of detimocrats. These
removals Were made o-, justpriet to the adjourn-
m ent. :.--;'".. .. -
We havAe,9 .corp lants. to- make. Theee abu-
nses will be eormfa in, due ne.
The Natioal ltMitellgence'this morning imio-
"duces to his rea&4m.r ME MA.RNAwLL, of the War*
renton Times, wvth great flourish, and quoies the;
article fromI whicik-we extrapt the fo1iowing, as
one that lay, him uAie obaigatioa." 'It is an
attempt to disparage General Jackson; and this
principle it laid down a fundamental;
"-Knavery, a#estr*'witlf knowledge,- is a more fit
deositiy of power thea iA oi gwnerwe, coupled with-
,The indiwidua 'vh-o 'cohiadts the Warrenton
Time, bconug t. a federal clan, remarkable
whereverthey are know for'vindictive temper.-
The late ClhL eJi4iwii isa Ionly one o. the fa-
mily tht ee0bl ended moderationn in "eling with
their hiqgtoted, intderant federalism. The vpe-
cimen artiec.qupted $jr 'ihe atelUigencer shows
that this very man, who prefers /, Kwery, asms
dwUoI iaatueget,",:1thtfr i niooth surface to
ma that kza'vekn we ajoppoe,) to honest, patri-
otmn 2ealii B "4m tabt courage, gies evidence
that the6M emeloy, nI&t the m@etof the MAR-
4..uL. family, j' inLe'ited by the Warrenton ed-
ito. eCautd aay bat t-he wosA temper induce liim.
to sneak of a retired ptwit, who retained the un-

[From the Globe.]
It will be remembered that the Express of New
York, at the threshold of the suspension, threat
ened warfare on the State banks, unles-they wInt
for a National Bank. Now that.they begin.1t re.
stime, and are in thia way working against the4
National Bank, all the State institutions are" re.
with the mischielfprodued by those entering in
to the federal policy of a general and continued
derangement. We endeavored in the beginning
to arrest the malversation of the banks. Now that
they mend, we leave the chastisement of the
wrong-doers to the hands of their tempters. The
Sylvester Reporter, (wjiich the Detroit Free
Press quotes as a ." Whig paper") illustrating the
beauties of federal legislation in whig-ridden Mas-
sachusetts, sAys:
It is not strange that such fierce warfare is waged
against all bank., when, by the gross mismanagement of
some, the people are compelled to bear the loss of millions;
indeed it would be mpre marvellous were it otherwise.
We havy taken the pains to collect the principal items
of loss whirh hasfallen upofi the public by reason of the
recent bank failures ai the east, which we sum up as fol-
American Bantik, Boston, circulation, $200000
Commercial, 200,000
Fulton, 200,000
Kilby, 200,000
Lafayette, 200,000
Franklin, 200,000
ConmoDiiweaulth, 2)0,000
Middlesex, Cambridge, 150,0(!0
Total circulation, $1,550,00
To which, add United States deposits in
Commonwealth, 350,000
Do. in Midd;esex, 50,00
Individual deposits, about 3,000,009
Stocekholdets' 'oss 3,400,000
And we have a grand total by these eight banks of
V8,350,000t Some sin-ill part of this amount may event
ually be realized by the holders of the notes and stock of
these concerns, but wclook upon the whole as a total loss.
[From the Louisville Public Advertiscr.j]
In his anxiety to shake off Mr. Biddle, Mr. Clay
let out a very important truth. Addressing the
senate, Mr. Clay said:
"'We have nothing to do with Nick Bidd'e or Nick
Biddle's bank. Pennsylvania made it, and Pennsylvania
is .responsible for it."
Very well. This is partly true, at least. Whe-
ther Mr. Clay is or is not now the retained attor-
ney of Mr. Biddle-his political friend and coad-
jutor-may be left to time to determine. But it
is true that neither the senate nor any other de-
partment of the government have any thing to do
with the state banks-and as Mr. Biddle's bank
is a state institution, Mr. Clay was right in con-
tending that congress could not legislate so as to
control or regulate it. Mr. Clay, however, should
have recollected this plain truth, when hlie voted
for, the substitute of Mr,. Rives, which proposed
to regulate state banks, directly as well as indi-
rectly; and the federal party leaders, followers,
panders, and all, should have recollected the afore-
said truth, while they were charging the adminis-
tration with controlling the banks, and endeavor-
ingto make it responsible for the recent banking
expansion, and the fraudulent speculations which
took place. Hereafter we wish it to be distinctly
understood, that Mr. Clay maintains that the go-
vernment has nothing, to do with state banks; that
he has told the truth for once, by asserting that
the banks are the creatures of the states, and are
only responsible to the states.
The bill passed the senate does not propose to
have any thing to do with Mr. Biddle, as Mr.
middle, or with the Pennsylvania Bank of the
United States. It only proposes to prohibit the
trustee, and the agents of the trustee, of the late
bank, in which the government was a partner,
from fraudulently reissuing its notes,for theredemp-
tion of which the charter made the government
liable in proportion to its stock.
[From the Ballston SpaRepudlican.l -
The report of the duelling committee occupies
a large portion of this -paper. Long as it is,
every sentence will be read with deep interest.
The committee deserve the thanks of the coun-
try for probing this matter to the bottom. In the
outset, Mr. Johnison, of Maryland-an associate
of the conspirators-announced "that the coinm-
mittee must go armed," if they proceeded in the
investigation. It required no ordinary firmness
to meet this threat, But the committee did meet
it, firmly and fearlessly. The result is before the
people. -
No one can read this report without becoming
convinced that Cilley was challenged, and shlot
because he would not acknowledge the miscreant
Webb to be a man of honor and a gentlemen. On
this point, the report of the minority of the com-
mittee agrees with the majority. To Graves he
tendered all proper satisfaction. He disclaimed all
disrespect to him. But it would not do. The de-
termination was formed that Webb--a convicted
and purchased instrument of the Biddle Bank, a
profligate political -mendicant-should be white-
washed, and that Ciltey -should' utter a lie, or be
shot down! And he was shot down!
There is no ground to believe that the house of
representatives will expel or censure the partici-
patoti n this deed of blood. The Tderal mem-
bers strenuously oppose even jhe, printing of the
report by the house. .Such is their desire to
screen Graves, that they ao this, and even more
-they want the report sent backjto the committee
..l li trusrubtFou- o--tt"str-tke tn-- t-TsmaieriaI parts!
Bit let the house do as it pleases, the people
wej read the report. Thanks to the republican
member whio demanded its reading in the house,

as the'only Way to get it to the people ot the
country., Yes, the people will read the report;
aad they WILL pass judgment upon the conduct of
those who sent-poor Cilley to a bloody grave.
- FVrtn mthe Madi#on Observer.]
We publish this week the report ofi-the commit-
tee'appointed, by the house of representatives, to
investiga.e the circumstances connected with the
death of Mr. Cilley. This document having been.
anxiously looked ,:for will he perused with a de-
gree of attention which perhapbS, renders more than
a passing. remark unnecessary.
The committee, it will be seen, view the duel,
from its inceptionr-to its ,fatal datastrophe, in the
light of a breach of privilege, (in which shape on.
ly, indeed, the house could take cognizance ot'f it,)
and they deduce: the conclusion that the death of
Mr. Cilley was owing, primarily, to the attempt
- of Webb to call him to account for words spoken
i-i debate, and carried out to its final result by Mr.
Graves, as the agent and representative of Webb.
Thie most striking fact educed by the investiga-
tion, -was'the pertinacity with which Mr. Wise
and others insisted, en the field, in pressing the
duel to6its ital consequences. No reader can rise
from the perusal of the report (thoroughly sifted
,as the: .ole" affair has been by the committee)
without a strong conviction that upon the head
of Wise and his principal, Graves, a load of res-
ponsibility and guilt rests which no lapse 'of time
can remove.
It is proper to remark, that this report (drawn
npby MIr. Toucey* was concurred in by only four
of the seven members composing, the committee.
Messrs. Grennell and Rariden, two of the commit-
tee, presented a counter report, and Mr. Elmore,
another ofthe committee, also presented a state-
ment of his own views. These gentlemen, how-
ever', differ with the majority only as to the extent
of the-powers vested in; the committee, .hut take
no exceptionsto the facta'contained inthe report
,presented by Mr. Toucey. -
: Thd report wao.made to the house, on Saturday,
the21stult. From that day to our latest dates
from Washington, the house has been occupied
withinA attempt biy the whigs to defeat the object
1 for whieh: the committee wasppointed. Their
first step was io prevent the report from going to

The twenty-second anniversary meeting of the
American BibleSociety was held onThursday in the
Broadway Tabernacle. An immense crowd filled
the building. The president of the society, JOHN
'COLTON SMITH, addressed thle meeting, after which
Joseph Hyde read the Treasurer's Report. An
abstract- of the Manager's Report was also read by
the Rev. John C. Brigham, Corresponding Secre-
tary. The resolutions given below, are those
offered and adopted:
Resolutions, 4-c.- Resolved, That the Report,
an abstract of which has been read, be printed and
circulated under the direction of the Managers.-
Moved by Rev. Dr. Miller, of'Princeton; seconded
by Rev. J. B. Waterbury, of Hudson.
Resolved, That it is a matter of thankfulness,
that Christians of different names can unite in cir-
culating the same blessed Bible, without note
or comment," and assemble, as on this occasion,
to rejoice in each other's success. Moved by-Rev.
E. S. Janes, of Philadelphia; seconded by Dr.
Brownlee, of New-York.
Resolved, That the character of our civil and
religious institutions should lead us, as a commu-
nity, to encourage a wide circulation ofthe Scrip-
tures, especially among children and youth, who
are in process of education. Moved by the Hon.
A. B. Hasbrouck, of Kingston, N. Y.; seconded
by Abraham Keyser, treasurer of the American
Bible Society.
Resolved, That the numerous body of our sea-
men and boatmen, deprived, as they necessarily
are to a great extent, of ministerial instruction,
should be liberally furnished with the sacred
Scriptures. Moved by the Rev. William Sud-
ders, of Philadelphia; seconded by Rev. Dr. Bangs,
of New-York.
Resolved, That the fields which Divine Provi-
dence is opening in different parts of the Christian
and the Pagan world for the diffusion of the Bi-
ble, call on all the friends of this society for an in-
crease of faith and zeal, of effort and prayer.-
Moved by Rev. Robert Baird; seconded by Rev.
Mr. Armstrong, of Boston.
Abstract of the twenty-second report.-The report
commences with an affecting notice of the decease
of John Nitchie, esq., the late lamented treasurer,
who had been a devoted servant to the society for
nineteen years.
In the course of the year, 22 new auxiliary soci-
eties have been formed in the different states, ma-
king the total about 900. Some of those societies
are in a declining state, and made no report the
last year. Others are highly prosperous.
The receipts of the year from all sources amount
to $85,676 83, being $4,002 less than those of
the preceding year. This is a less reduction than
was anticipated, considering the pecuniary em-
barrassments of the times. Some moneys col-
lected in distant parts of the country have not been
remitted to New York, and could not have been,
without a great loss on exchange.
New stereotype plates have been prepared du-
ring the past year for a French, a Spanish and a
German Testament. These books are now nearly
ready for delivery. A new pocket Bible of dia-
mond type is now in press, and will be ready for
delivery in the course of two or three months.
Bibles and Testaments have been imported, to
the number of 975 copies, in Portuguese, Italian,
Welsh, and other foreign tongues.
The number of Bibles and Testaments printed
in the course of the year were, in all, 142,000 co-
pies. The number issued amounted to 158,208
copies in eighteen different tongues. This num-
ber is less than that distributed last year by some
thousands. In some sections of the country, ow-
ing in part to the times, very few orders have been
made by the Societies. The Board cannot but
hope that such Societies will double their diligence
the coming year.
The entire series of the Society's reports, from
the beginning, is now re-printing, and will be sold
in one large volume at cost.
The managers have caused a careful collation
of their present Bible with the first edition of
King James, in 1611. The departures are found
to be of trivial character, relating to punctuation,
italic words, &e., not affecting the sense.-
The collation has increased the confidence in our
unparalleled version.
Distribution of the Bibles or Testaments have
been made the past year, not only in all our differ-
ent states and territories, but in Canada, Texas,
Mexico, New Grenada, Brazil, at Havre in France,
in Greece, and at the Sandwich Islands. They
have also been furnished (for use of the mission-
aries and mission schools,) to the American Board
of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, to. the
Protestant Episcopal Domestic and Foreign Mis-
sionary Society, to the Baptist Board for Foreign
Missions, to the Methodist Episcopal Missionary
Society, and to the Reformed Presbyterian Board
of Missions.
The managers have paid out $17,000 towards
publishing and circulating the Scriptures in for-
eign countries; namely, in Germany, Russia, Sy-
ria, Africa, Bombay, Madras, Siam, Ceylon and
the Sandwich Islands. They have appropriated
17,500, which they have not yet been able to pay.
They have requests before them for a still larger
amount.than the latter, for which no appropria-
tion is made. It is earnestly desired that the aux-
iliaries may ponder these facts. Ffty thousand
dollars at least will be required for the foreign
field next year.
The Board have now seven agents in the home

field and one in Syria. They are earnestly en-
treated to send an agent to Texas, and one to Sin-
gapore. Inquiries are instituted for a suitable man
for each station.
In conclusion, they say that while their labors
have been temporarily retarded by the pecuniary
embarrassment of the times, the friends of the
Bible cause never were more numerous, and the
prospects for circulating the work of life at home
andabroad were never brighter. They call on the
auxiliaries to assemble their respective boards as
early as they can, to prosecute the work of supply-
ing destitute families with the bible- and children
with the new testament, and also to contribute as
far as they are able, the coming year, towards the
work of foreign distribution.
The meeting of the Colonization Society, last
evening, was one of thrilling interest. The spa-
cious area of the Middle Dutch Church was filled
to overflowing, and many hundreds were unable
to gain admission. The addresses by the Rev.
Dr. Fisk, Professor Proudfit,the Hon. B. F. Butler,
Rev. G. Bethune, Rev. J. H. Cone, Hon. J. Bu-
chanan, the British Consul, were brief; pertinent,
and convincing. A short speech .was made by W.
L. Stone. Letters were read from Hon. Henry
Clay, and Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen, and a
collection was taken up at the close of the service.
SIt was gratifying to notice the evidence furnish-
ed by this meeting of the firm hold upon the affec-
tions and confidence of our citizenn, which the
colonization enterprise continues deservedly to re-
tain. We were particularly struck with the im-
mense concourse of people in attendance, notwith-
standing the Tabernacle was occupied at the same
hour with a missionary meeting, at which some of
our most eloquent speakers were engaged. The
meeting confitined to a late hour with undiminish-
ed attention on the part of the audience, although
hundreds had to stand in the aisles for nearly three
hours. The Rev. Dr. Milnor presided; and a-
mong the friends of the society on the platform,
we noticed the Rev.Dr. Milledoler, President of
Rutgers College, Rev. Dr. Church of New Hamp-
shire, and others of the most enlightened andbe-
nevblent philanthropists, whose age, wisdom and
piety are consecrated to this noble cause.-[N. Y.
Com. Adv. of Thursdau.


Mr. BENTON'S SPEECH on the bill to sepa-
rate the Government from the Banks.-We
have delayed the publication of this masterly
and powerful exposition of the true character
and designs of the Opposition, and of the ques-
tions involved in the great issue now before
the People, because we desire to reserve it for
the first number of the Extra. Argus. But as
we are now approaching the period of prepara-
tion for that number, we shall soon give this
speech to the readers of our daily and semi-
weekly paper. And we take the occasion to
suggest to the republicans of the several coun-
ties, that they procure additional copies, when-
ever it shall be published in their county pa-
pers, and circulate them freely for general
reading. Nothing can be more profitable for
the inculcation of sound political views, than
the circulation of this speech, its strong facts,
and the clear, forcible and convincing manner
in which they are presented. We shall print
an extra, number, which can be obtained in
any quantity, with or without wrappers, at
The Globe, in the article which we copy to-
day, sketches the true character and design of
the resolution of the Bank Candidate. The
Bank and its Candidate find their "irredeema-
ble" position an uneasy one ; and if they can
create a new issue, and draw away thire public
attention from themselves and their violations
of the public faith and duty; or if they can af-
ford an opportunity to escape from the fated
and unpopular ground of non-resumption
their object will be attained. Thanks to the
intelligence of the people, they will not find the
task of further deception on this subject an ea-
sy one. But there is one ground of objection
to Mr. Clay's resolution, aside from the fact
that it is mandatory,-making it compulsory
upon the Secretary of the Treasury to direct the
receipt and disbursement of bank paper, and
in this respect exceeding all former regula-
tions on the subject-and that is, that it is in
direct violation of existing provisions of law.
The Bank and Mr. C. would abrogate the re-
quirements of an act of congress by resolution.

We observe that Troy is claimed in some of
the federal papers as a newly "regenerated"
whig city; and an account of a whig victo-
ry," duly embellished, rhetorically and typo-
graphically, is going the rounds of the Union.
The article from the Troy Budget in another
column, giving a matter-of-fact view of the
case, is recommended to the attention of the

Several of the federal papers have published
the report of the committee of the house on
the state printing; but not one of them, except
the Daily Advertiser of this city, has had the
fairness to allow their readers to see the com-
munication of the state printer, in reply.

It has been the cry of the whig" papers,
for months past, that the democratic party are
hostile to the state institutions, and, in the ab-
sence of proof, reckless assertion and indus-
trious reiteration may have produced an im-
pression in some minds, that such was the fact.
None have been more vociferous in th s cry,
than the Evening Journal of this city--a print
which evidently looks only to present effect,
and the means of making up what it considers
will be a taking" paragraph. The fol-
lowing may be taken as a sample of this style
of writing:
Mr. Van Buren, in his 'distress' message,
says that a large amount of money is due from the
deposit bankss to the government. This is making
history of what was prophecy. The administra-
tion was warnedolkll this. rhiey were told that
this mingling of banking with politics would end
in SERIOUS LOSS to the people. But Jackson, Van
Buren, Benton and Wright denied this. They
contended that the experiment would work well.'
It has worked the government and the people into
a state of' bankruptcy and ruin."
The President, at the extra, session of
congress, recommended that an extension

of time should be given- to the deposite
banks, and the democratic majority in congress
carried the recommendation into effect. But
they have never regarded the moneys due from
the banks as lost, or even in danger, to any
amount. In an official communication from
the Secretary of the Treasury, of the 27th
Feb. last, hlie says, "till further experience, I
have considered it proper to make no estimate
that any loss will happen in the end from them."
We have never seen it intimated, in a democra-
tic paper, that these moneys would ultimately
be lost to the government. But a journal
which has professed exclusive friendship for
the state banks, and officiously volunteered to
defend them from the hostility of loco-foco-
ism," now gives its readers to understand that
"the experiment" of employing the state banks
has resulted in "serious loss to the people."
The "state institutions" 'will doubtless truly
appreciate such friendship, and the people at
large will admire such consistency.

NEW LAW WORK.-We refer our readers,
and especially those of the legal profession, to
the advertisement of Mr. TAYLER, who pro-
poses to publish by subscription Precedents
of Wills, attempted to be drawn in confrmi-
ty to the revised statutes, in respect to uses,
trusts and powers, comprising devises and be-
quests in almost every form, supposed to be
proper for the disposition of real and personal
estate, with references to most of the English
cases, and to every decision of importance in
the reports of the courts of this state, with
references to the particular sections of the
said statutes as to each devise and bequest.-
Dedicated (by permission) to the Hon. James
Vanderpoel." The want of such a work, we
have had occasion to know, is much felt: and

democratic delegates from the several towns
in Westchester county, was held at Twiching's
in Mount Pleasant, on the 2d inst., for the pur-
pose of fixing on a suitable mode of nomina-
ting cand'd-tes, and, we are informed, agreed
with great unanimity. John Fisher, of White
Plains, presided, Barnabas Montross, as vice-
president, and Joseph Schofield and Caleb Ros-
coe as secretaries. The greatest harmony
and good feeling prevailed; and a plan of town
representation, as indicated in the subjoined
resolution, was unanimously adopted:,
Resolved, That the democratic republican con-
ventions in this county, lor making nominations,
&c. be composed of delegates from the several
towns, chosen as follows,-one delegate for each
town, one delegate for each one hundred voters
therein, and one additional delegate in all cases
where the fraction of a hundred exceeds fifty
Resolved, That the number of delegates for
each town be designated from the number of elec-
tors stated in the official census, taken and pub-
lished every five years by the authorities of this
state and of the United States.
We congratulate the republicans of West-
chester upon the amicable adjustment of this
question, and upon a basis so equitable and sat-
isfactory. The following were also among
the proceedings of the convention:
Mr. Morrell made some very pertinent and
timely observations on the importance of cultivat-
ing harmony and unity of feeling among democra-
tic brethren, and offered a resolution, which was
unanimously adopted, as follows:
Resolved, That it be recommended to the de-
mocracy of the respective towns in this county,
to organize themselves for the support of their
free principles and the advancement of the good
cause of republicanism; and that by frequent
meetings and consultation, they compare views
and harmonize their sentiments on the great re-
publican measures and interests of the country, in
such a manner that they may at all times present
an unbroken front against their common oppo-
nents at all our elections.
On motion of Mr. Underhill, of New Rochdlle,
the resolutions of the democratic members of our
state legislature, were read to the convention,
and responded to by the members thereof with the
utmost unanimity.
The Westchester Herald publishes the pro -
ceedings of the convention, and remarks:
We never attended a meeting more harmoni-
ous and united, nor one in which a better spirit
or higher hopes prevailed. All seemed anxious to
adopt a system of nomination that should be per
fetly fair, equal, and acceptable to the whole de-
mocracy of the county. We were particularly
gratified with the genuine democratic feeling ex-
hibited by Messrs. Findlay, Morrell, Purdy, and
Underhill, and their coadjutors of the lower towns;
and with such influences abroad, we feel very con-
fident that the cause of democracy is safe and in-
vincible in the county of Westchester."
And the Westchester Spy says:
,, We cannot but congratulate our friends that
this subject is now put at rest, and in a way" we
believe satisfactory to all. With Uniori inscribed
on their banner, the democracy of old Westches-
ter will give a majority ofat least one thousand."
Such is the tone and spirit in Westchester.
Harmony, conciliation, energy, are the charac-
teristics of the sound democracy of that coun-
ty. Let the example be followed everywhere;
and the democracy will be as triumphant in the
state as they surely will be in Westchester.

Extract of a letter dated,
Tawpa Bay, (Flo.) April 27, 1838.
We have secured the order for the removal of
the artillery, &c. to the Cherokee country, and
putting Gen. Taylor in command. By the way,
I may mention that the promotion of Col. Taylor
has given general satisfaction. He deserved it
for his courage, and I may add good judgment.-
His battle, though a dear one, produced a propor-
tional effect, and has greatly contributed to the
ending of the business."

Black Creek, E. F., April 30, 1838.
Alligator, with upwards of 150 of his people,
had come at Pease Creek, and in the vicinity of
Ciarlotte Harbor, about 130 have given them-
selves up for emigration, making, with those pre-
viously sent away, since the commencement of
the last campaign, near 1600 souls. The war is
literally ended: it is almost certain that the few
Indians who ar<- out,. will all gradually come in.
Some will doubtless remain in scattered parties in
different sections of the territory; but I have no
idea that they can concentrate a sufficient number
of warriors to resist, even a scouting party. Thle
plan of the campaign was most happily conceived,
and as successfully prosecuted, as it was in the
power of men to do.

You must not believe in the murders and ac-
counts of excitement, &c., which you see, daily,
published. Those reports are gotten up by inter-
ested individuals, who are anxious to bring in
some of the territorial volunteers, who will fob
the money of Uncle Sam, and eat the bread of
The troops are now concentrating, to push on
to the Cherokee nation. The 1st and 4th artil-
lery, and 4th infantry, will go via Charleston, S.
C.-and the 2d and 3d artillery, via New Or-
leans, &c.

We learn from Capt. Merry, of the ship Sarah
Sheafe, from Buenos Ayres, that a blockade of
that port by the French had been, or was about
to be declared, in consequence of the harsh treat-
ment of several Frenchmen on the frontier, who
had been ordered to enter the army of operation
against Pe.ru, and on their refusal to do so, were
beaten by the commanding officer, and carried in-
to town, loaded with chains. The French Con
sul thereupon demanded their release, and $30,000
for the support of the family of one Barcle, a
Frenchman, who had died in consequence, as was
supposed, of the ill treatment he received.
The government replied contemptuously, and
the Consul struck his flag; at the same time send-
ing a brig of war to the French Admiral on that
coast, (then at Rio de Janeiro) requesting him to
come to Buenos Ayres.with his fleet. It had not
arrived when the Sarah Sheafe left, but was ex-
pected daily.
A French sloop of war and a brig of 22 guns,
were already at B. Ayres. On the 12th of March
all foreign merchant vessels were to receive no-
tice to quit the port within 14 days, with such
cargoes as they might previously obtain.
The French Consul was to go on board one of
the men-of-war on the 12th. It was generally
'believed at B. A. the the disagreement would be
settled soon. U. S. Ship Fairfield was at Rio, and
daily expected at Buenos Ayaes.
Markets-For American Produce good; Wool
was on the rise.
COLUMBIA, May 4.-Liberality of Columbia.-It
is with heartfelt pleasure we record the liberality
of our fellow-citizens in behalf of the Charleston
sufferers. The committees of the different wards

Grinnell, Minturn & Co. 742 P5
George Meyer, 4,345 38
Shelton, Wilcox & CO., 12,136 53
T ffi Jr Barrow & Co. 3,882 37
Dudley & Stuyvesant, 5,982 85
$93,865 57
LOCKED JAW.--A remedy has been discovered
for this dreadful affection. It is nothing but the
application of warm strong ley made from wood
ashes. The part injured should be bathed in the
ley frequently, and if it be in a part of the body
that cannot be conveniently immersed, apply flan-
nels wetted with the ley. It affords speedy relief
and gradual cure. This is a very simple remedy,
but it is worth remembering and trying. Many
cures are said to have been wrought by this.-
[Greenfield (Mass.) Gazette.
A SUCKER.-A man in Monroe, Highland coun-
ty, Ohio, the other day sucked five dozen and
eight eggs in less than 10 minutes, for a wager
ol a shilling. The paragraph stating this is head-
ed hard'to beat.' If the man were well beaten,
he would be made a custard of--N. Y. Evening
To the publisher of the Madisonian :-
Oswego, May 1st, 1838.
Sir-In an article of the Madisonian upon the
Deposit system and the Sub-Treasttry scheme,"
republished in the New-York Times of April 98th,
I find the following paragraph:
Under date of August 3d, 1837, the Secretary writes
the Collector of Oswego, NewYork: 'The Departmient
has, much to its surprise, just received notice of protest
of the Treasury's draft, No. 1,267, drawn on you in favor
,.fE. Kirby. paymaster in the army. for seven thousand
dollars. I have, therefore, to require from you an explam-
ation ofthe cause of this draft having been dishonored,
and to inform you that, unless satisfactory reasons are
furnished, it will become necessary to institute suit upon
your offiiol bond,' We coud enlarge our quotations
from the twenty odd pages of the report, iu relation-to
the delinquencies of, the collectors; but consider It quite
unnecessary. Enough, we apprehend, has been given to
saltsfy the public mind as to the irregularity of that class
of officers"
In relation to the above, I trust you will give
room to the following explanation: In the month
of July, 1837, I had occasion to be absent from
Oswego for a week or ten days. Previously to my
T -.- # *I- f.- -

[From ihe Troy Budget May 11.]
The election for charter officers took place in
this city on Tuesday last, and resulted, as it did
last year, in the success of the federal ticket in
each ward. In 1836, a republican alderman was
returned from the 5th ward-a ward, by the
way, which give less that 80 votes-and since
that time the federalists have had the entire board,
as they have always- had a majority, of aldermen
and assistants in the common council. But not-
withstanding this, one would suppose from the
newspaper ecstasies and pictorial representations
of the opposition, that they had fbr the first time
obtained a majority, instead of doing what they
had done from the foundation of the city.
The election, however, in any aspect in which
it can be viewed, is encouraging to the republicans
of the city and county. In the wards where re-
publican tickets were run, the result shows a de-
cided gain f'r thle administration, and a corres-
ponding decrease of votes for the opposition. In
the first ward, the federal majority for supervisor
is only 8-and the average majority on the whole
ticket only 13! Last fall it was 46. In the sec-
ond ward the federal majority is 71. Last
fall it was 117. In the 3d and 4th wards, the re-
publicans ran no tickets. The irregular whig
ticket, however, succeeded in the 4thi ward, the re-
publicans of the ward supporting it on grounds of
local interest. Elias Dorlon was elected alder-
man over James Wallace, the present incumbent
and also the present federal member of assembly
from this city by a majority of nine, and Henry
Everts, esq. was chosen assistant over Jared S.
Weed, the regularly nominated candidate, by a
majority of 3. In the 3d and 4th wards, there-
fore, no accurate estimate can be made from this
election of the relative strength of political par-
ties. In the 5th ward the whig ticket is elected
by a majority of 2. A local road question pre-
vented the success of the republican ticket and
the result will show to the democracy of that
ward the importance of laying aside every differ-
ence of opinion on minor matters at a future elec-
tion. The federal majority in the 6th ward for al-
derman is 24. In the 7th ward the federal major-
ity is 60, and the means by which it was obtained
should cover the faces of some of the federal
leaders with shame and disgrace. One person,
boarding in another ward, lodged in the 7th the
night before election, came to the polls in the
morning, was challenged, swore in his vote, and
at noon had returned to his accustomed residence.
Another, who came from Vermontabout 6 months
previous to the election, on being challenged,
took the oath and deposited his ballot. A war-
rant was immediately issued to arrest him on the
charge of perjury, but he had fled, leaving his fam-
ily without notice, and has not since been heard ofl
No wonder, when such foul corruption is re-
sorted to by our opponents, that they should de-
fteat a bill in thie assembly, introduced by a re-
publican member, to preserve the purity of elec-
tions. In the 8th ward, where the federal major-
ity last fall was 31, in is now reduced to 8!
Allowing to the opposition the majorities in
the 3d and 4th wards, which they had at the last
fall election, and their majority in the city is 460.
Last fall it was 497, shewing a republican gain of
37 votes. But we are of opinion that the majori-
ties last fall in the 3d and 4th wards are much
higher than they will be at the next election, and
it is also to be borne in mind that while the feder-
al leaders have been sounding the war-trumpet
to their troops for weeks past to organize and ral-
ly for the contest, the republicans scarcely thought
of making a ticket in any ward till the eve of the
We say, then, to the republicans of the city
and county, that the result of the election in
Troy should animate and inspire them with re-
newed courage and confidence. It may be reck-
oned as the presage of success at the next elec-
tion, if harmony and vigilance shall characterize
their councils, and activity and efficiency mark
their efforts.
WABASH AND ERIE CANAL.-A portion of this
great work is already finished, and notice has been
I given that boats will commence running on the
16th, between Fort Wayne and Logansport. This
distance is about one hundred miles-nearly as we
can judge by the map-through the very heart of
the richest agricultural region in Indiana.
We are glad to learn that Mr. Bell, the young
gentleman who was stabbed by his father on Mon-
day, is doing well, and likely to recover from his
hurt. We have this information from his physi-
cian.-[N. Y. Corn. Adv.

ARREST OF DUNN.-We learn by a gentleman
direct from New York, that Robert Dunn, who
waylaid and robbed Capt. Gage a few days since
in Rochester, of a large amount of money, has
been apprehended. He had taken passage on
board the steam ship Sirius, which sailed from
New York on the first inst., and was fortunately
discovered and arrested just as that vessel was a-
bout putting off from the dock.-[Livingston Reg-
THE GREAT FIRE CASE.-The jury in the case
of Penlz et al. vs. the Corporation of New York,
for damages done by blowing up stores at the great
fire, returned yesterday the following verdict:
Pentz & Co.., building, p'24,646 28
goods. 14.830 24
N. Berthoud, 14.252 86
Lansing & iMuroe 3,192 26 0
Holme & Bailey, 1,050 64
,\illiam McLeodi. 9.508 29

BIRD SEED sold at
my 14 32 SouthfMarki4o.

SClerk's Office.-The following law is VQw p*B4.r
ing before the common council of this city, VI "
A law for making an arch over Beaver Cteek, iA.l&iWt
Any person having objections to t)rWpaajae of the
above law will please state them in writing and sve
the same at my office in the City Hlul on or. feete the
7th day of May next. "
myl4 oGEO.. W.. WE.D Cltork.,
JIUST PUBLISHED, ant for sale at OaViEr'
j SIEElEK'S Book.tore-
Lockhart's Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Sett,
part? 7, which completes the work. ,
Love, a novel liy Lady Bury, tutboress of the -Dlivor-
ced, Flirtation, &c., 2 vols. ,
The Asliambra and the Conquest of Granada, ftn-otingn
vols. 9, 10,dland 12 Irvinsworks, newseditio r
'The Penny Magazine, o. 63. -
Penny Cyclupmdia, Nos. 73, 74, 75, 76, 77.
And all the new publications.~.
Sof eight. pr cent upon the capit-l stoek-of kii-bftnk
has been declared, payable to the stockholders or th.4r

-rNOTICE-The.Pews on the gallery or send
floor of the Middle Dutch Church, will be leased at auc-
tion for one year from the 1st July next, on Wednesday
the 16th inst., at 12 o'clock. nmyl5-2t
No. 16 Commercial Buildings, corner of South Matktt
and Hudson streets, Albany.
All orders will receive punctual attention. xnyl2-tf
Thie subscriber has rt ceived a large supply of standard
works suitable fur public and private libraries, purchased
at the late trade sales, and offered at unusually low pri-
ces. AV. C. LITTLE,
mys-lm corner State st.
The subscriber has constantly for sale a complete as-
sortment of all the standard Law Books, latest editions,
well bound, and a complete assortment of all the blanks
in use, for sale at lower prices than usual.
WV. C. LITTLE, Law Bookseller,
m) 1 tf corner of State st.

GENERAL BANK LAW--A few copies in
p .i.phle t forin. fr sale at this office. my8
TrIlNG-DAVIS & JONES witi sell to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock at the auction room. 66 State-st.,
a valuable and seasonable assortment of imported and
domestic dry goods, together with the whole of the stock
in irade of a cloth icr and merchant tailor, comprising a
generalassortment of ready made clothing, cloths, cassi-
ineres, &c. inyl-
J N. M. HIURD has removed his Exchange Office
to No. 383 ,ouihl Market st. my15-3t
C-ARPETING--00 yards superfine ingrain car-
pctinigjust received from the manufacturer. and for
sale at his prices, by M'MULLEN & COTRIELL,
myl5 436 South Market st.
W 'INDOW BRUSHFS, with long amnd short
W handles, for sale at THE VARIETY STORE.
myl5 392 South Market st.
HITDREN'S WAGONS for sale at the Va-
V riety Store, 392 South Market st.. by
Tp0) CONSUMERS OF COAL-The subacri-
.t bears have made tho.ir "arrangements for an exten-
sive stock of Coal for 183S, of the very first quality, free
from slate and fine coal, which thry will sell to manu-
facilurers arid dealers by the cargo, on as good terms as
can be purchased from the companies. Orders for coal
are respectfully solicited.
myl5 5-9 South Market street.
N ,EW BOOKS-St. Jonathan, the Lay of a ScaldM.
N Sketches of Voung Gentlemen, dedicated to the
y~oing ladies, illustrated by "Phiz."
Oliver Twist, the P'arish Boy, by Boz, price 50 cents.
Atkinson's Casket, for May.
Ferdinand and Isat'ella, 3 vols., new edi.
Shakspeare, Goethe and Schiller, illustrated in a se-
ries of 67 plates, by Morilz Retzsch.
Lockhart's Life of Scott, complete.
An inquiry respecting the self-determining power of
the will, or contingent volition byJeremiah Day, Presi-
dent of Yale College. For sale at
n1yl5 W. C. LITTLE'S Bookstore.
D-ISSOLUTION-The copartnership heretofore
e iiting between Solomon W efls and VWilliam.Proc-
tor, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Albany,
May 14. 1838. SOLOMON WELLS,
myl5-3t WM. PROCTOR.
packet sehr. BALANCE, J. Hodges. master,
Swill sa il on "I dnesday, 16th inst. For freight
o r passage apply at the office of the new tine-
packets, No. 80 on the Dock.
mylS J. K. WING.
A TO LET-A nd possession given immediaie-
1,ly, the three story brick house, (nearly new)
No. 35 Maiden Lane, 3d door below the corner
tof North Pearl street. Apply to
imlS-tf No. I Stanwix HaIll.
e EW LAW WORK-To be published by sab-
1 scription, PRECEDENTS OF WILLS, attempted
to be drawn in conformity to the revised statutes, in re-
pect to uses, trusts and powers, comprising devises aM
bequests in ahr ost every form, supposed to be proper fr,
the disposition ot real and personal estate; with refer-
# nces to most of the English cases, and to every decision
of imp )rt:nce in the Heports of the courts of this st4tec
with references to thl particular sections of the said otat-
utes as to each devis' and bequest. Dedicated (by per-
mission) to the 1Hoa. James Vanderpoel, by .- :
nmyl4-d2tclt T. TAYEF.
corner of Southl Market and Arch sts., one btuildi.
in south of the Ferry-RUFUS BROWN and M. FL
VWEBSTER, having purchased the above establish-
Sinent of Messrs. Savary, Shaw & Co., are now prepared
Sto supply all orders with which they may be favored oni
Sthe most reasonable terms. They intend to keep con-
Sstantly on hand a full assortment of Tea Kettles, Pots,
Kettles, Furnaces, Bake Pans, Oriddles, Basins, 0i-
ders, Stove Boilers, Pipe Carriage Boxes, of tke meaw
approved shapes, plain, chambered aind fluted, Wagwn.o
Cart and Coach Boxes, Sash Weights, &c. &c. T"e
character which-the ware from this foundry has lmng
maintained in the market, renders any recummendatimiu
of it unnecessary :o those who have heretofore purchas-.
ed it; and such as have not, we can o,,ly ask to call an
examine for themselves, satisfied that our terms andl
manufactures will command their attention.
myl2-dlwc6w BROWN A WEBSTER..
N OTICE--LICEN CES- All persons pursuing anyI
.11 calling in this city, requiring a previous liceurcelasr
informed that the Mayor will attend until WdMt.
16th May, inclusive, at his room in tho city !alt, to re-
ceive applications for such license. And all persouaex-
ercii rig such calling after that day without licence, Wilt
be indiscriminately prosecuted. By order. -.
myl4-2t Deputy Excise Officer, .
TH ItIS MORN1NG, in from of auction room ,- layge,
and valuable lot of imported and domestic liquors, wines,,
cordials, Madeira nuts,. Sc.
DAVIS & JONES, Auctioneers,
myl4 66 State street.
-JAMES T. KELLY, (formerly partner of tbelate.
Philip Hooker, Arch. &c.) respectfully in forms bisfriead
and th- public generally. that he has opened an office over-
W imn. G. Boardznan's Music store. 80 state st., where be
will personally attend to the differetnt brunches of' tre.

ove business The eareand accuracy with ftich Mr-
Kelly does the work he undertakes, is well knowni. He
respectfully solicits a share of public patronage.
FFtin, elevations and specifications of buildings, and!
profiles ofexcavati. nd and embankments with maps exe-
cuted at the shortest notice. Country surveyijg, &e.-alt-
tended to. myl4-lm.
NTOTICE-T'he corpartnership heret-fore existing.
between Walter R. Morris, Lewis N. Morris and
I Zebina Belknap, was dissolved on the 23d nit., by the
Death of Walter R. Morris. The business of tlhe late.
irmu will be closed at the place of business of said late
firm, No. F4 Pier. All persons having demands against
Said firm, are requested to pr( sent the same for adijtst-
inent. and all persons indebted to said firuth are reqieetdl
to make immediate payment. Albany, May 12tb0, 183.,
Skins, just landed from the barque Col. Howard, from
Montevideo, will be sold ,ly auction at No.; 8 Gouver-.
neur's Lane, on WVednesday. the '23rd inst.; bhy GJHM.
Hoffmnan & Co. Catalogues will be ready on Monday,.
the 21st, and further particulars can be had by apply Ing to,
, myl4-td No. 55South-st., New Yor.
LAR LINEI-The packet, schr. JAMES E.M-
OTT, T. Bell, master, will a'il as above on*
Thursday, 7th inst. For freight or passage.,
apply to CHAS. A. KEELER.
myl4 Phil. Packet Office, 120 Pier."

By WILLIAM L. MARCY, Governor of the Slate
of New York.
Whereas it appears by an inquisition made at the town
of Sullivan i the county of Madison, in this state, on the
twenty-fifth day of March last, before James Berthrong,
one of the coroners of said county, upon the view of tIhe
body of Robert Barber, late of Colerain, in the county of
Franklin and state of Massachusetts, deceased, that on
or about the 30th day of August, 1 37, the said Robert
Barber was murdered lby some person or persons un-
known, who have hitherto escaped detection, I do there
fore offer a reward of two hundred and fifty dollars to
any one who shall give such information as shall lead to
the apprehension and conviction of tihe person or persons
who committed the'murder aforesaid.
SIn testimony whereof, I have hereunto affixed the pri-
vy seal of the state. Witness my hliand at the
(L. S.] city of Albany, the eleventh day of April. in the
year of our Lord.one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-eight. C.
ap,2-dactf_ W. L. MARCY.

F H ST'k'ALLS-The Fish Stalls in the North and
F SouthMarket will be sold on Wednesday, the 16Ih
inst.,at 12 o'clock, noon. By order of the Market Conm-
nmyl%-td S. COBB, Chamberlain.
P IRESTON SALTS. for head-ache, nervousness,
c., for sale at TIHE VARIIETY STORE,
mnyl2 SI South Market st.
~ 41ESH B HUSHES, with long handlrs, for sale
lat the Vaitiety Store, 392 S. Market st., by
ILLINOIS IN 1837, with a .map. Also, maps of
alt the western states and territories, for sale by
11m1l2 V W. C. LITTLE, cor. of Statg-st.
, 1E-'R SALE OR TO LET'r-Three lots ofground
.t' situated on the bank of the river at Greenbush, near-
ly Opposite the Albany Ferry, suitable for a Brewery,
Boat builder, Lumber yard, Tannery or building lots, as
it fronts on the principal street 126 feut, and extendingto
low water mark about 300 feet.- Apply to
Yonkers, Westchester county, or to
my 12-eotdl2w in-the village of Greenbush.
t-1opPER--Ten cases copper, assorted from 160 rz.
. 'to,3 oz; 100 sheets braziers' do., assorted sizes, for
same by
BEMOVED-'l' The subscriber, Agent for Morrison's
-lygelan Universal Mediciues of the British College
of Health, has removed to the cornlier of Green and Bea-
Ver-streets, Albany. MR K
niylF-2w I.MURDOCK.

"10''CfCE-An election of mine directors in the Wa-
N- tervliet Turnpike Company, will be held at the
house of Peleg Noyes, in the town of Watervliet, on
Tuesday the 02th day of June nmxt. Poll open from 12
to 1 o'clock. By order of the Board. May 10, 1838.
myll-td JAMES D. WASSON, Secretary.
tors hereby give notice, that the receipts for all unpaid
instatlments are left at the Canal Bank for collection, and
that all stock upon which any instalment shall remnai uni.
paid TEi days after the publication of this notice, will be
declared forfeited for the benefit of said company, or
Iatmded to the Attorney of the Board for collection, at the
dfliecretion of the directors. May llth. By.order.
JOHN TO WNSEND, President.
It.-VAN RENSSEIAER. Sec'ry. myll-tm22
.INB S A-LEWIS CLARK continues the auction and
eoommission business at the old stand No. 4 Green street,
Alftby, where he solicits a share of patronage from his
cienda and the public generally, and assures them that
al business entrusted with him will be punctually at end-
iAto. L. Clark will give his attention to the sale of all
kinds .ofdomeitic goods from the manufacturer, of whom
he solielts consignments, and arsures them that every er-
ert0loti in his power will be made to obtain the best pri-
C.sAli 1 aquick returns. He will also attend to the sale of
Real Esate and stocks on the most reasonable teiris.-
Catalogue males of household furniture, groceries, &c.,
attended to as usual.
N. B. Mouey .advanced on goods left for sale at aue-
Sioa. if required, my9
QSHAKER BONNETS just received and for sale
# atJ&e Variety Stcre, 392 S. Market st., by ,

BLAD POINTS, for Pencils. for sale at
.jny. 392 South Market st.

. ARPET STRTAINERS-Carpet strainers for
ale at 358 South Market st., by
SOST-From on board the ste-anboat Diamond on
L Friday morning last, two Boxes containing Gimb-
lets and Augers, marked S. Jenning, Albany. Any per-
Aon having the said boxes in possession, will ploase give
information to D. Fry & Co., 358 S. Market st. miy7
A N election of directors of i he Oswego and Utica Rail-
road Company will be held at the company's office
&a West Oswego, on the fourth of June next, between
the hours of 10 aand 12 o'clock A.M. .Oswego, 21 May,
1838. [my7-tdj C. J. BURCKLE, Pres't.
ANAL BANK, Alb:ny, M.iy 5, 18:38-A divi-
da 5 ft eight per cent on the capital s'o'k of the
_Cabal Bank kam tils day been declared, and will be paid
to the stoCkholers after the 10th inst.
ciy7-10t T. OLCOTT, Cashier,
N W GOODS-Mousseline de Laines and Chal-
Uiex. of a new nnd very desirable style, just opened
t Sit a thl Market street, by
ap It E. A. HARRIS.
ULWER'S NEW WORK-The Lady of Ly-
Sons, or Love and Pride, a play in five acts, as per-
.formed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, from the
Sad London edition. Price4s. For saleby
mylO V. C. LITTL..
-EALING-WAX for sale by the poundor single
* myI0O 392 South Market-st.
1VIE0BW BOOKS -at 0. STEELE'S Bookstore-
Lm Travels in Europe, by William Fiske, D.. D., with
eaesriags. u-
Thtlidy of Lyons, or Love and Pride, a p ay, by E.
L. BUlwer.author of Pelhiam, Alice, &c
The Phila'te}phia Practice of Midwifery, by Charles D.
Meig, M. D.
Oliver Twist, or the Parish Boy's Progress, by Boz.
And all the new publications. mv10
TIU NADIN BEAUTIES-Illustrat;ons of
FJ lPowers and Fruit, principallv from nature, eontain-
ing 15 elegant plates of fl v ers, fruit, &e., colored after
lature; a quarto -volume of 52 pages, elegantly bound-
dedicated to the Albany Female Academy. Just rec'd at
nyWt# W. C. LITTLE'S Bookstore.
B ELL SPRINGS-Japanned 1-Il Springst. Just
reelved and for sale at 358 South Market st., Iy
ray8 sDANIEL FRY & CO.
f l He who would see a "most splendid array
Of HATH-aye, and CAP6 too-should wend
H, +his way
t To J. & J. MAYELL'S-there's naught can vie
WVidt the lustre that's there--Who'll buy? who'll buy7
An elegant Beaver improved, you know,
'The dress of the man, and the style of the beau-
And grand are the Beavers that meet the eye
.At thIe Hat Store of Mayell!-Who'll buy? who'll buy?
,The "Greatest and Best" have repaired to their store,
And taken their CUE, for these twelve years and more-
From which 'tis mnfer'd that the neat and the high,
Are their warmnest admirers-Who'll buy? who'll buy?
'The season" of spring ('twill be here anon),
Is the very best season to dress "' in the ton,"
Do you take, sir?" The Mayell's have now a supply
4Of Hats that they WVARRANT! Who'll buy? who'll
NEW FASHIONS-Gentlemen are invited to call on
Jr. & 3. IAYELL, No. 377 South Market st., fwr the
spring fashion of Hats just received. my8
DRY GOODS, at tilh old staid of William Bagley, No.
Z384 South Market, corner of Hudson street.
N. B. Merino Shawls, Cloths, Cassimers. mv4
PALM LEAF HATS-5 cases Palmn Leaf Hats,
Aut received and for sale on consignment, by the
cam4w dozen, by McMULLEN & COTRELL,.
myai 436 South Market st.
7TVtO DRUGGISTS-The subscriber, assignee of
.. the late firm of Sands & Shaw, offers for sale the
,entire Stock in trade in the store corner of Market and
IHudson streets, Albany, consisting of Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, &c. &e. Also ai lease of the
store for three years from 1st of May inst.
The property is offered for sale at prices which will be
an object to any person desirous to inter into the busi-
siess. An inventory will be shown on application.
ayv5-lw DANIEL D. SHAW.
l :*0UTHWVARK BREWVERY, Philadelphia-It
j a d'iso e of the largest and best situated in Phila-
delphiaoad for capability and economy of arrangement,
,probably uasteualled in the union.
The building. are of good construction. The Malt-
itue and Kdlas are capable of making 17,009 bushels of
naig per annum.
fte &huylkill water is introduced to every part of the
T-bhere is a steam engine of six horse power in perfect
order.and of the best construction, for grinding, mashing
Tie.Coppers, Coolers and Vats are in first rate condi-

Just arrived, the eeletrated Mast. YOUNG, the Necro-
mancer, at the A bany Mu.eunm.
Every Evcning this week, May 14, 15, 16, 17, I8, 19.
The proprietors, ever anxious to merit the patronage
of a discerning public, by presenting every novelty and
attraction they c i procure, have engaged at atin unusual
expense, the present Wonder of the age, in the person of
Master YOUNG, whose fe-ats of legerdemain have been
the admiration and delight of thousands, and more par-
ticular;y the ladies, whose approving smiles have been
the test of the estimation in which hlie is held by them.-
His youth and amiable manner have won him many
fih tnds wherever he has had the honor of performing.
The entertainments will be divided into two parts,
which will be diversified every evening.
Among the classification of the magical, mechanical
and incomprehensible experiments presented, may be
mentioned ilie enchanted handkerchief, giass casket, mer-
maid of the rock, magic dollars, enchanted rabbits, coffee
and sugar exchange, mechanical fortune teller, automa-
ton bass fiddler, mysterious candles, magic expulsion, or
cards of knowledge, deceptive balls,, lessons on cooking,
dedicated to the ladies, the conjuror's book, the travel-
ler's portable frying pan, together with many other extra-
ordinary feats, in-luding Chinese and Indian balancing,
Hii paraphernalia is of an elegant and costly descrip-
tion, and ;iiperior to any tbing of the kind which- has
heretofore boe n exhibited in this city.
A 'w.itt ance 25 cents, myl
TEW GOODS-A large assortment of Merino,
L Linen and Cotton goods, for boys' summer clothes,
for sale cheap at 319 North Ma ket st, by
myl E. A. HARRIS.

1838-The directors of this bank have declared a
dividend payable to its stockholders on the 10th inst.-
The transfer book will be closed from the 5th to the 12th
inst. By order of the Bank.
niy4 A. D. PATCHIN, Cashier.
COPAL VARNISH-50 gallons Copal Varnish,
of superior quality, for sale cheap, on account of as-
signees, by MeMULLEN & COTRELL,
niy4 436 South Market street.
~J. & J. GIBSON. wholesale and
Lancaster-street, south ofithe Capitol,
land opposite the jail, Albany, would
S give notice to their old customers and
the public, that they continue to manufacture and keep
constantly on hand an extensive assortment of Carpen-
ters1, Joiners', Cabinet and Coach makers' tools of every
description, which they will sell on accommodating
terms- Ordlers to any extent will be promptly executed.
Platines repaired and made to draft oh short notice.
FURNITURE BRUITSHES for sale at the Vari-
- ety Store, 192 South Market st. my4
ASKETS-Willow and Splint Clothes Baskets
for sale at the Variety Store, 392 S. Market st., by

B RUSHES-Fine hearth, dusting and crumb brush-
es, of a superior quality, for sale at
my3 392 South Market st.
D ESK KNIVES-Rodgers' superior desk knives
Sfor sale at the Variety Store, 392 S. Market st, by
chants can be supplied with books and stationary,
paper, ink, quills, wafers, wax, sand blank account
books and school books, at the lowest N. York prices, by
mtny3 W C. LITTLE, corner State st.
C'ARPET BRUSHES for sale at the Variety
\. Store, 392 South Market st, by
-MORTARS, with iron bottoms and pestles, for sale
my2 392 South Market st.
H OSIERY-A large assortment of silk, cotton and
woollen hosiery, at 319 North Market st.
my2 E. A. HARRIS.
HE subscriber feeling desirous to close his business
in this city, respectfully requests those indebted to
him to call at No. 13 Stanwix Hall and settle their ac-
counts; if any have claims against him, they will please
present It hem at the same place for payment.
my2-tf H. RECTOR.
Oliver Twist, with Cruikshank's designs.
The State Prisoner, a tale of the French Regency, 2 v.
The Lady's Book, with Fashions, for May.
Etiquette for the Ladies, with hints on Female beauty.
Tom Hood's Endless Fun, or Comic Annual. my2
20, 1838-The stockholders of this company are
hereby notified that a call of five dollars on each share of
the capital stock has been made, payable at the Canal
Bantik on the tenth day of May next, being the 12th instal-
ment. And a further call of five dollars on each share
has been made, payable at the same place on the first day
of June next, being the 13th instalment. By order of the
Directors. JOHN TOWNSEND, President
just opened at 3.9 North Market st., by
apl8 E. A. HARRIS.

A. B., Principal; Miss ELIZABETH HooGAN, Precep-
tress. The next term of this institution will commence
on the 7th of May next, a-d continue twelve weeks.
The Academy is pleasantly located at Delhi, the shire-
town of Delaware county, in the midst of a delightful
country noted for the salubrity of its climate.
The course of s'udy embraces the Classics, Mathema-
tics, French, and the ordinary and higher branches of
English education. It is designed to prepare the student
for admission into college, or for the business of active
The Classes in Mensuration and Surveying are taught
practically as well as theoretically. The institution has
been furnished with a Library and Philosophic Appara-
tu-, at the cost of $1,000. In consequence of the fund
with which the Academy is endowed, the tuition in either
department, in any or all of the branelts, has been fixed
at Twenty-five cents per week.
Board rooms and washing can be obtained from $1 50
to $1 75 per week. April 30, 1838.
E. ROOT, President.
S. GORmON, Secretary. my3-4w
dividend of five per cent. declared by this bank in
April last, payable first June, 1837, (the payment of
which having been deferred in pursuance of the act of
May 16,1837, in relation to the suspension of specie pay-
ments,) will be paid to the stockholders on and after the
10th of May next. The President and Directors have this
day declared a dividend of seven per cent. out of thie last
eleven months' profits, ending first of May, which will
also be paid to the stockholders on and after the 10th of
May, 1838. Peekskill. April 28th, 1838.
my2-2w I. SEYMOUR, Cashier.
DRESSER. has removed to No. 32 Hudson-street,
3d door west of Market street, where he will Cut and
Dress Gentlemen's Hair in the style best adapted to unite
personal improvement with good taste, and in any of the
various modes of the prevailing and most recent fash-
ions. ap30
Thursday, May 3d, at 12 o'clock M, at the sales
room. 30 shared Coninmmercial Bank stock. Persons wish-
ing stocks sold on that day, will please hand them in in
time for advertisement. All stocks may be considered
limited unless designated thus, (F.) myl
FRENCH PRINTS-A beautiful cage of French
printed calicoes, new patterns, just opened at 319
North Market-street, by
and for sale a supply of very large and handsome par-
lor mats. S. VAN SCHAACK,
ap30 392 South Market st.
My new classes in these three languages witl com-
mience Monday, May 7th, for ladies and gentlemen, in my
new residence. Ch pel st., No. 46, opposite the Catholic
church. Albany, April 30th, 1838.
W ATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.--The entire
stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. and ,other
goodsof the subscriber, will be sold at very reduced prices.
Those wi-hing to purchase will find it to their advantage
to call at No. 372 South Market street.
mr27 Agent for A signees.
1 INSOLUTION-The partnership of CLARK &
GILL expires on the first day of May next, by its
own limitation. Those indebt-d to the firm, will please
call and settle the same, and all those having demandss
against them, will please present them for payment pre-
viou to that day. apl2
HAIR SEATING-One case superior hair seat-
ing received and for sale at 358 S. Market st., by
R EFRIGERATORS-Just rec'd a very. choice
lot of the above useful and seasonable articles,of va-
rious sizes, which will be sold very low for cash, by
ap20 66 State st.
Sale at the Variety Store, 392 S. Market st. mr30

BLACK CLOTHI-Rec'd this morning, a few pie-
ces wool dyed blk cloths. Also, padding and can-
vass. at 384 South Market, corner of Hudson st., by

L. M. Hoffman & Co. will sell on Wednesday, 23d
inst., at 12 o'clock, at No. 8 Goveneur's Lane,
7000 salted Fur Seal Skins, prime quality, just arrived
from the Island of Lobos, per bargue Cul. Howard.
Catalogues will be ready and the skins may be exam-
ined two days previous. my-14-td
J the practice of the law, has formed a connexion in
business with WAIRID HUNT, of the firm ofCuoper &
Hunt. All business entrusted to their care will be
promptly attended to. Address DENIO & hUNT,
Counselors, &!., Utica, Oneida county. Dated April
28th, 1838. ap30-lm-
MISS MIANN having taken the house No.
top 235 Broadway, formerlyy the residence of Philip
Hone, esq.,) together with the two houses ad-
J j joining. The establishment will be ready for tIhe
accommodation of permanent or transient bo-,rders on
Monday, the 30th inst. New York, April 27, 1838.
ap30 2aw3w
SGREAT WESTER -.," Jas. Hosken, R. N.,
S Commandler, having arrived yesterday fromin
5Bristol, which place she left on the 8th inst. at
noon. will sail from New York for Bristol, n conformity
wii h previous advertisement, on Monday, 7th May next,
at 3 o'clock, P. M.
She takes no steerage passengers. Rates in the cabin
30 guineas (8140); a whole state room for one person
50 guineas. Steward's fees for each person. 11. 10s. stg.
Children under 13 years, and servants, half price.
No charge for letters or parcels. The captain or own-
ers Will not be liable for any package, unless a bill of la-
den has been given for it. One or two hundred tons of
freight can be taken, at the current rates.
Passage or freight may be engaged, a plan of the cabin
seen, and further information obtained, by apply ng to
ap30-1w RICHARD 1RVIN, 98 Front-st.

SH 4&KER MOPS just received and for sale by the
gross, dozen or single, at the Variety Store, 392
South Market street, by
Hamilton street, and 43 Union st., Albany, WVhite-
smith, Machinist and Turner of Metals, and FPile Cutter.
Printers' machinery of every descript-ion made and re-
paired; Punching Machines and Latlhes constantly on
hand, Vices repaired, Screws cut to any pitch or dimen-
sion. The subscriber offers his services to the inhabit-
ants of Albany and the neighboring towns, to execute any
kind of Iron, steel or brass work. He makes and repairs
all kinds of tools, such as are used by watch-makers, gold
and silver smiths, and other tradesmen. Hardware mer-
chants in want of any particular article will find it to
their advantage to enquire of him whether he cannot
manufacture it cheaper than they can buy it in New-
York. Screw Plates of all sizes and stamps cut.
Lamps of every description, astral, mantel and sus-
pending lamps, branch candlesticks made, bronzed and
repaired. Gas lamps altered for oil.
N. B. Old lamps and other articles, whicI are consid-
ered worthless in this line ot business, can be restored al-
most as good as new. apl6

ROAD-Notice is hereby given to the stockholders
of the Auburn and Rochester Rail-road Company, that
their annual meeting for the election of thiirteen direc-
tors, will be held on the first Monday of June next, at ten
o'clock, A. M., at Blossom's hotel in Vanandaigua. The
poll will be opened at 12 o'clock M. Inspectors for the
election-Oliver Phelps, Joseph Bull, Thomas Beals,
Charles Seymour and Jonas M. Wheeler. Dated April
24, 1838. S. J. BAYARD,
up28-2aw4w Sec'ry A. & R. R. R. Co.
I. COMPANY-Notice is hereby given, that an elec-
tion for thirteen directors of the Syracu-e and Utica Rail-
road Compa,,y. wi-I be held at the office of the Company,
in the city of Utica, on the first Monday of June next.-
The poll will ibe opened at 12 o'clock at noon, anid con-
tinue open until 1 P. M. Syracuse. April 29,1838.
my5-2awtd V. W. SMITH, See'ry.
subscriber is now receiving and offers for sale on
moderate terms, and in quantities to suit retail dealers.
Cognac and Bordeaux Brandy,
HollandOGin, Swan and other brands,
Jamaica and St Croix Rum,
Madeira, Port, Teneriff and Sherry Wine,
A few barrels Peppermint Cordial.
Madeira wine in bottles,
Champagne do, superior brands.
17 Two or three lofts to let, suitable for storage, &c.
mr29-3m No. 6 Exchange street.
ROAD COMPANY-Notice is hereby given, that
al election for directors of the Schenectady and Troy
Rail road Company, will be held at the Troy House kept
by A. Watrous in the city of Troy, on the4th day ofJune
next. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, and that
five inspectors of the next succeeding election for direc-
tors ofisaid company will be chosen at the same time and
place. Troy, April 23, 1838. By order of the President
and Directors.
ap25-80t I. MeCONIHE, Secretary.
BUILDERS-Sealed proposals will be received un-
til Thursday, the 10th day of May, 1838, for building the
bridges and making the road on Maspeth Avenue, Long
Island, in separate proposals. For plans, explanations,
&c., enquire of W. R. FURMAN, esq., Sec'ry,
ap24-td 220 Front-st.. New York.
,TOTICE-The limited copartnership heretofore ex
iN isting between the subscribers, under the name,
style and firm of William H Wright, is this day dissolv-
ed by mutual consent. New York, March 24. 1,i8.
ap3-law4w WM. H. WRIGHT.

RRY, first door south of the Baptist church, Green.
st., Albany, will be open for the reception of pupils the
:ld of May.
The course of instruction will be thorough and practi-
cal. Competent teachers will be employed, and every
exertion made to render this institution worthy of pub
lie patronage. An introductory department will be pro-
vided for the instruction of pupils in the elementary
branches. The services of the following teachers have
been secured, as occasion may require:
Gen. Holstein, Prof. of French and Spanish languages.
I. Solomons, Music,
A. R. Gerstowkie. Prof. of Drawing.
Tuition per term of eleven weeks, from $3 to $8. The
usual extra charges for Music, French and Drawing. A
deduction of 50 cents will be madc. on bills paid in ad-
vance. Bills considered duie three weeks before the close
ofthe term. C. MORLEY, A. B., Prine tpal
BOARD o0 VISITORS-Rev. B. T. Welch, D. D., Rev. I.
N. Wyckoff, Drs. P. and H. Van Olinda, Dr. B. P.
Staats, E. McIntosh, esq.
REFERaENCEs-Rev. l)r. Nott, and Professors of Union
College; Rev. Dr. Beman, of Txroy; Rev. E. Allen, of
Albhany. ap2S-2w
STOVES-The subscribers are prepared to offer for
sale the following lots of stoves, of the most approv-
ed patterns, and manufactured from the best Scotch and
American pig iron, viz:
3000 improved union cook stoves.
2010 do Premium do
2000 French's Rotary do
1000 conical do
500 parlour stoves.
500 plate do on a new plan.
[500 coal Franklins.
300 cylinder coal stoves.
200 premium do
Also, stove Dipe, stove furniture of all kinds, copper,
Russia and American sheet iron, zinc, &c.; all of which
will be sold on the most liberal terms. The subscribers
have also purchased the right to make and vend Bar-
row's patent quadrant hinge door," and have attached it
to their stoves. This is a decided improvement in the
stove door. Dealers are invited to call and examine for
themselves before purclhaslng elsewhere.
ap23 DE GROFF & SHEAR, 14 State-street.
OHIO CANAL COMPANY, Washlington, April7,
1838-Proposals will be received at the office of thle Com-
missioner of the canal at Hanceock, until Tuesday, the
Sth day of May next, and at this office in Washington,
until Thursday, the 10;h day of May next, for construct-
ing the following described works upon the line ot the
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, viz:
An Aqueduct, (No. 9,) of 50 feet span, across Fifteen,
Mile Creek.
Locks Nos. 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,66 and 67.
Forty Culverts.
And twenty-three Sections of the canal, most of them
of very heavy work.
The line upon which the above mentioned work is lo-
cated, extends from the Great Cacapon river to Cumber-
Specifications will be furnished upon application either
at this office, or at the office of the commissioner in Han-
As the means in the hands of the company will justify a
rapid prosecution of the work, those to whom contracts
may be let will be required to commence operations with-
in thirty days after the letting.
A more particular description of the works which are
to be let, will be published in the National Intelligeneer
on Tuesday, the 24th day of the present month.
JOHN P. INGLE, Clerk of the Chesa-
ap24-2awtd p eake and Ohio Canal Company
Fish Hooks, just received and for sale at 358 South
Market street, by

JUST RECEIVED-Mitchell's new ani elegant
Map of the United States, with reference and dis-
tance tables, accompanied with a book containing a gen-
ernl vietpwv of the United States. and of each separate state.


[Auction and Commission Merchants and General Agents,
Store No. 436 South Market st.J
For the sale of dry goods, groceries, real estate, bank
Stock, furniture, boots andshoes, hardware, cutlery, look-
ing glasses, clothing, books, paper, and all k nds of do-
mestic manufactured goods.
As M'M. & C. intend to devote their whole time and
attention to the business,'they hope to b enabled, by ha-
ving one day's notice, to make satisfactory, speedy and
advantageous sales, and respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. They Will attend to the sale of furni-
ture in any p-trt of the city on the most reasonable terms.
At private sale, for thie benefit of the assignees, a large
and genet al assortment of splendid furniture, consisting
in part of bureaus, book oases, ward robes, sofas, secre-
taries, parlor and card tables, lamp and wash stands, &c.
Also, 50 gallons copal varnish, a superior article.
S cases palm leaf hats,
4 do sattinets, various colors and qualities,
20 pieces 6-4 bed ticks,
50-scroll rocking chairs,
40 nurse do do
24 children's do
20 bags Madeira nuis.
15 bbls. ground coffee, in pound papers.
600 yards sattinets,
4 barrels brandy,
2 do lemon cordial,
10 boxes 7 by 9 Rensselaer glass, .
800 yds super ingrain carpeting,
Persons wishing to purchase are invited to examine
the above articles, as 'hey will be sold on the most rea-
sonable terms, for cash or approved notes.
N. B. No charge for storage.
TThe new and splendid steamboat
COMET, Captain R. Peacock, wilL
run from Albany to Poughkeepsie,
i touching at the intermediate places,
during the season for freight and, passengers, as follows:
Leaves Albany, foot of Leaves Po'keepsie, fool
Hamilton st.,Monday,Wed- of Main-street, on T'rut sday,
nesday and Friday, at 10 o'- Thursday and Saturday, at
clock. 8 o'clock.
Castleton, 101 o' 1k. Hyde Park, 8j o'clk.
Baltimore, ii do Kingston. 91 do
Kinderhook. 114 do, Barry Town, 10 do
Coxsackie, I2 do Red Hook, 10# do
Hudson, 121 do Maiden, It do
Catskill, 1 do West Camp, 11i do
West Camp, Ij do Catskill, 12, do
Malden,i do Hudson, 12 do
Red Hook, 2 do Coxsackie, I do
Barry Town, 2& do- Kinderhook, 1 do
Kingston,' 3 do Baltimore, 2 do
Hyde Park, 4 do Cuastleton, 3 do
Poughkeepsie 4j do Albany, 4 do
For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on boatd,
or to C. A. KEELER,
120 on the Pier, Albany, or to
myll-3m Main st., Poughkeepsie.

FOR 1838.,I
ffw f The& steamboat UNITED STATES,
Capt. J. Van Cleve, will commence
SWi her regular trips for the season be-
tween this place and Lewiston, on
April inst, as follows:
ayes Ogdensburgh Sunday, 5 afternoon,
Prescott do 5j do
Morristown do evening
Brockville do do
Alexandria Bay do do
SFrench Creek do 12 night
Kingston Monday 6 morning
Sackets Harbor do 12 noon
Oswego I do 9 evening
I" Rlochester Tuesday 8 morning,
And arrives at Youngstown and Lewiston Tuesday af-
ternoon, giving passengers wishing to return by the boat,
until Wednesday evening to visit the Falls.
N. B. Passengers for Toronto will arrive there Tues-
day evening. I
Leaves Lewiston, Wednesday, 7 evening,
Youngstown do 71 do
Niagara do 8 do
Rochester Thursday, 8 morning
Oswego do 5 afternoon
Sackets Harbor do 12 night
Kingston, Friday, 5 morning
French Creek do morning
SAlexandria Bay do do
Brockville do do
Morristown do do
And arrives at Ogdensburgh at noon.
Passengers leaving Lewiston and Niagara by the
United States on Wednesday evening, will reach Montre-
al on Saturday evening.
ErrThe United States coming down passes the St.
Lawrence and the Thousand Islands by day-light. Og-
densburgh, April 10, 1838.,- myS-tf
DYE-STUFFS, &c. &c.-The subscriber would
inform his friends and the public generally, that he has
now oa hand, and intends to keep constantly, at hisstore
on the corner of South Pearl and Lydius-sts., a general
assortment of choice Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Per-
fumery, &c. &c., which are offered for sale at reasona-
ble prices.
Also, a large quantity ofPaints, Oils, Varnishes, Win-
dow Glass, Putty, &c. &c., for sale at wholesale or re-
tail, on as favorable terms as they can be had at any oth-
er place in the city. G. R. SPALDING,
mr10 cor. S. Pearl and Lydius-sts., Albany.
scriber has made a permanent engagement with Mr.
Joseph Hinkley, for the purpose of conducting the busi-
ness of Painting and Glazing in all its branches. From
the well known skill and experience of Mr. Hinkley in
the Painting business, hlie feels confident that hlie wilt be
able to execute all orders in ihe above branch of his bu-
siness, to the satisfaction of all who may favor him with
any order in that line.
amrl G. R. SPALDING.
NY, via Delaware and Raritan Canal-The sub-
scribers are about completing a permanent line
of Tow Boats between the above places, to commnience
immediately on the opening of navigation, leaving each
place once a week the season through. Goods taken in
store for Philadelphia, free of charge for storage.
mr12 589 South Market st

RY--JAMES GOOLD has associated
with him in the business his son, JOHN
S. GOOLD), and his nephew, WALTER R. BUSII, whm
will, in their new and extensive buildings in Division, on
the corner of Union st, under the firm ofJAMES GOOLI)
& CO,, continue with increased'facilities the manufac-
ture of all kinds of PLEASURE CARRIAGES,
SLEIGHS AND STAGI'- COACHES, from timber se-
lected and seasoned with great -care, and of superior
workmanship and finish; and will, at shorl. notice, exe-
cuteorders for any article in their line, and at all times
keep on hand an assortment worthy the attention of pur-
chasers. fe2-tt"
TI HE annual election of directors or the Mutual In-
.L surance Company ofthe city and county of Albany,
will be held in the office of said company on thIe eleventh
day of May next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Albany,
April 1lth, 1838.
apl2-td E. V. JOICE, See'ry.
sioners of the Canid Fund, by virtue of the act entitled
" an act to provide for the more speedy enlargement of
the Erie Canal," passed April 18, 1838, hereby give no-
tice that sealed proposals will be received until Saturday
the 12 h day of May next, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of
that day, for a loan of five hundred thousand dollars, for
which transferable certificates of stock will be issued in
the name of the people of the state of New-York, bear-
ing interest at the rate of five per cent perannum, pay-
able quarterly, and the principal reimbursable at the plea-
sure of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund, after the
year 1855.
It is to be understood that the Commissioners are to be
at liberty to take a less sum, if the offers are not such as
in their opinion are advantageous to the interests of the
The proposals may be for the whole or any pirt of said
loan, not less than $10,000; all proposals to be sealed up
and endorsed "Loan for the enlargement of the Erie Ca-
nal," and enclosed in an envelope directed to the Comip-
troller at Albany.
The money will be required to be paid as follows:-
$100,000 on the 15th day of May, $100,000 on the 1st day
of June, $200,000 on the 2nd day of July. and $100,-
000 on the first day of August next. The money to
be deposited in the Bank of the Manhattan Company, to
ihe credit of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund.
The stockholders residing in the Istand 2nd senate dis-
tricts, and those residing out of tihe state, will receive the
interest on the stock held by them, quarterly, at the Bank
of the Manhattan Company in the city of New-York; all
other stockholders, at the New-York State Bank, in the
city of Albany. Dated Albany, April 25th, 1838.
A. C. FLAGG, Comptroller,
JOHN A. DI Secretary of State.
G, H. BARSTOW, Treasurer."
0. L HOLLEY, Surveyor General,
ap27-td SAM'L BEARPSLEV, Attorney General.
election f-r Directors of this Bank and inspectors
of election, will beheld at the banking house on Tuesday
the 5th of June next. The poll willbe open from 11'A.M.
until 1 P. M.
ap26-td A. D. PATCHIN, Cashier.

M%9 I^, I&

(Auctioneers and Commission Merchants-Store No. 66
B-" Regular days for out-door sales, Tuesday an
On Wednesday, 16th inst., at 10 o'clock,
At the store, a general assortment of domestic and im-
ported dry goods.
BIlk, brown, green, blue, cadet mixt and drab 6-.4 cloths,
Itriped. llk, brown and mixt cassimners.
Blk, badet, brown and steel-mnixt sattinets,
Brown, black and sheep's grey cloth,
Stockport, red end and Lyon 4-4 bltohd sheetings,
3-1 blchd shirtings, 7-8 do do
BIk -nnd cold cambrics,
Chintz, madder and fanby light and dark prints,
London pins, cottons, tapes, palm leaf hats.
Also, by order of the Sheriff, by catalogue, the whole
of the stock in trade of a merchant tailor, consisting of a
splendid assortment of clothing, cloths, vestings, &c.,
super Saxony blk, brown, green, blue, olive and-mulber-
ry cloths; super silk, satin, Marseilles and Valenciavest-
itags; blk, blue, green, olive, dress, frock and over coats;
do do do cassimer pants; cloth, sattinet, moleskin and
corded do; splendid silk, satin, bombazine, marseilles
and valencia vests, and various other articles, compri-
sing a choice selection of clothing, all made in the latest
At Private Sale.
50 bales bik and white wadding.
500 doz boxes hooks and eyes, American manufacture,
warranted equal to those imported.
Franklin & Sons Fire Proof Iron Chests, assorted si
zes, single and double, constantly on hand, at the munu
facturers' prices.
10 bales glencadia bro sheetings,]
50 pieces 6-4 cloths,
20 bales 3-4 bro shirtings,
10 do very heavy do
500 yards superior Brussels carpeting,
100 tufted Brussels rugs,
500 Ibs cotton twine,
200 do cotton yarn,
200 reams Wrapping paper,
1110 do fools-cap do
50 do letter do
200 fancy cane seatchairs.
to100 maple do do
100 Windsor chairs.
100 scrollseat nurse rocking chairs.
77 do do large do
too00 turned post French bedsteads.
(From the Pier, foot of 8tate-s.L)
FOR NEW-YORK--Carrying the U. States Express
S mil]-DAILY AT 5 P.M.

SWALLOW, Capt. A. M'Lean.
NORTH AMERICA, Capt. G. Lathrop.
One of the above splendid steamboats will depart from
the Pier, foot of State s t. every afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The Swallow is a new and magnificent boat, and can
accommodate 300 passengers.
P. S. The North America and De Wilt Clinton have
been so improved in their accommodations, that they
now are-not surpassed by any boats in the world.
DAY LINE, at 7 A. M.
CHAMPLAIN, Capt. A. Gorham, from Albany, Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M.
ALBANY, Capt. Jas. Benson, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at 7 A. M.
For passage, apply to the captain on board, or at the
office on the Pier, foot of State ft.
All baggage, freight, specie, bank bills, or other pro-
perty, taken, shipped or put on board of this line, must be
at the risk of the owners thereof.
mr24 S. WITT, Agent.

From the Pier, foot of HIamilton-st., at 5 o'clock P. M.

The boats belonging to the above line will run as fol-
lows, until further notice:
DAILY NIGHT LINE-At 5 o'clock P. M.
The ROCHESTER, Capt. A. P. St. John, will leave
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
The UTICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
DAY LINE-At 7 o'clock A. M. -
The C. VANDERBILT, Capt. J. Keechem, will leave
every Wednesday, Friday and-Monday.
For passage or freight apply to the Captain on board,
or at the office No. 122 on the Pier, near the foot ofHam-
N. B. All goods, freight or baggage shipped on board
cither of the above boats, must be at the risk of thd
owner thereof
apl2 SETH F. KELLY, Agent.
-s- This new and splendid boat will
leave Albany for New York, every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
and New York for Albany, every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 o'clock P. M.,
running through without landing. ap28-tf
This Company will run an
evening line of Packets be-
__________________tween Schenectady and Uti-
't^h.iWq -ca the ensuing season, in
connexion witii the steamboats that leave New York in
the morning, and from Utica on the arrival oftheevening
Packets at Utica from Oswego and Rochester. Will leave
Schenectady on the arrival of the ears and stages from
the steamboats, say 7 o'clock P. M., and Utica at 6j
o'clock P. M., every evening, except Saturday evening,
until further notice.
ap16-4w HENRY WHITE, Trustee.

- U W-9 1- ,V -T -

except Sunday.
do do



Trains of lRail-roadl Coaches leave as follows:
(Sunday afternoons omitted.)
On and after Sunday, April 1st, two daily lines, leav-
ing Albany at Sk o'clock A. M., and 7j P. M.
On and after April 10th, three daily lines, viz:
From Atlbany, west, 81 A. M., 2. P. M., 7j night.
Schenectada, west, 9j do 31 do a do
Utica, east, 9 do 3j do 9l do
All baggage must be marked and deposited in the bag-
gage wagon by its owner or person having charge thereof.
No charge for extra baggage, and all baggage positively
at the risk of the owner.
Way passengers will attend personally to the disposi-
tion of their baggage at Schenectada.
mr29 Superintendent and Engineer.

,;ve twon sdaily lines by steam power, will leavme 'rov for

L.Auction and Comnimission Merchant, No. 4, Green-st.,
2 doors from State-st.J
THIS MORNING, at 10o'clock,
In front of the city bank, a general assortment of
household furniture, :3 ingrain carpets, 2 Brussels do, 2
sofas, tables, chairs, bureaus, &c ; 1 ladies' gold watch.
At 12 o'clock, 50 kegs raisins, 100 reams wrapping pa-
On Friday, 18th inst., at 10 o'clock,
On a credit of 4 months, at the store No. 4 Green st. a
general assortment of dry goods, among which are 20
pieces broad cloths, cassirmeres, sattinets, shir; ings, vest.
wings, 5 cases calicoes, assorted, 200 lbs. cotton yarn, 2000
lbs. lamp wick, &c.
-On Monday, May21st,
At the store, No. 37- South Market st., the entire stock
of said store, comprising a large and general assortment
of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, of the
latest and most approved patterns, among whichare,
39 gold watches, diff'nt pat 596 gold enamelled rings
32 silver do do 100 assorted do -do
33 gold pencil cases- 60 [do -do do
do spectacles .100 pair gold ear drops
28 diamond rings 58 gold guardkeys.
28 do pins 70 do -do' rigs
9 Mosaic do 11 do fob chains
35 music boxes 40 plated castors -
3 plated tea setts 14 do cakedishes
50 Britania coffee pots 18 li'4lledocksl] "
1 ehronometor regulator 1 musical do .
18 doxsilver pencil cases -
Term, of sale-All sums over 4100,2, 4 and 6-ronths,
for approved endorsed notes. -.'-: ...
Catalogues and goods are now ready for examinations.
The sale will be continued from day to day until :the;
whole is sold.
On Monday, the 4th ofhiune, if notprevious'y disposed
of at private sale, at the Mansion House in the city of
Albany, at 12 o'clock, two sections of land containistg
two hundred acres each, situated in Upper Canada, be-
ing the land granted by the -ritish govranment to the
soldiers of his Majesty, Glengary Regt. of ,'encibles, stg-
tioned in Canada during tbh last war.
F'or particulars, enquire of L. Clark.
Also, lot No 1, in block 215, in White Rock eity, Sah-
iloc county, state of Michigan, according -to the. plot of"
said city, as recorded in the Resister's offiee in -aLgier.
Said-lot is fifty feet front a"d rear, by one hundreds feet
deep. By referring to the map-ofthe ecty,it.will beper-
ceived that tlle above lot is situated in one of the'princi-
pal streets, near where the steamboats land daily. The
title is indisputable.. '
For particulars, enquire at theauction room. .
iTs Lewis Clurk'sdays of sale for-hoascheld!furniture
groceries, &c., are Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.-
Personsi having property of the above .description to sell
will please report the same at the office 24 hours previ-
oul tothesale, in order that they may be advertised..,
Lewis Clark keeps constantly on hand at private pale
a general assortment of furniture, which lie will tefl at
cost prices;'among which are elegant bureaus, Sofas,
splendid mahogany pillar. blo-k, dining and breakfast
tables, curled maple chairs, of various patterns. French
bedsteads, feather beds, eight day and thirty hour clacks,
warranted. : -

[DISSOLUTION-The copartnership heretofore
j9 existing between the subscribers, under tire firm of
GRAHAM, 8ANDFORD & MARTIN, as Counsellora:
and. Attorneys at Law, is this day dissolved by its- own
limitation. New-York May 1st, 138. -

fc OPAR NERSHIP--The subscribers have
for ied a copartnership, under the frm ofGRAfAM,
NOYES & MARTIN, in the Law and Chancery husai-
ness. Office No. 145 Fulton-st. New-Vork, May 1st,
my4-daer6w E. T. 'THROOP MARTIN.

E MIGRANTS TO TEXAS-The subscriber,
being well acquainted with Texas, its geography,
laws, &c., has opened anoffi 'e in the city of New York,:
for the purpose of rendering facilities to .those who wish
to emigrate to this delightful country.- Arrangements
are making to have a first rate vessel sail every fortnight.
Persons wishing to emigrate, can have their passages
secured on application to the subscriber, either in, per-
son or by letter, postage paid.
B. H. NORTON, Texas Agency.
Office corner Wall and Water streets.,
mr23-d2m over Cady's Auction store.
C OPARTNERSHIP-Daniel Fry has taken into-
ceopartnership his brother, Charles B. Fry. The
Hardware business will be continued at the old stand, 358
South Market street, under the firm of DANIEL FRY
& CO. Albany, March, 1838. tr6-lw
I'OPARTNERSHIP-The subscriber has taken
.. his brother William H. Kearney into copartnership
with him, in the Looking Glass business. The business
will hereafter be conducted under the firut of
ap25 RB. L. KEARNEY & CO.
CHICAGO LAW NOTICE-The subscribers
_u have formed a co-partnership in the practice of law,
at Cnicago, Illinois, and will faithfully attend to all busi-
ness entrusted to them.* ISAAC N. ARNOLD,
Refer to--
Winm. B. Ogden, esq-.. Chicago,
John A. Dix, esq., Albany.
Amos Dean, esq., do -
Edwin Croswell, esq., do
Mess. Seymour & Wood, do
Charles Butler, esq. No. 20 Nassau. ast. New-York city.
Campbell Bushnell, esq., do :. de30-tf
M ERINO SHAWLS-7-4, 84 and 10-4 Merino
Square Shawls; also Long Shawls, received this
morning at 384 S. Market, corner of Hudson st., by
COFFEE-Old white Java Coffee, just received and
for sale by E. R. & E. SATTBR=LEE,
apl2 -. 61 State street.
REMOVAL-W. R. MOlRiS lj&-o. have re-
Moved their office to 84 Pier. ap26
FIGS AND-PRUNES-Turkey Figs, of superi-
or quality, in smnll dfums, and fresh Prunes just re-
eived and for sale by
aup27 61 State-st.
COPARTNERSHIP-The undersigned have
Formed a copartnership in the wholesale stove busi-
ness, under the dame and firm of DE GROFF & SHEAR.
and will occupy the store formerly occupied by DeGroff
& Treadwell, No. 14 Stte-street. Albany March 3rd,
mr5 J.H. SHEAR. -
EN W GOODS-Mousline de Lanes and Chaiies,
Sof latest spring styles, opened this morning at 319
North Market street, by
aplO E. A. HARRIS.
JOHN HURDIS would respectfully inform his
friends and the public, that in addition to his busi-
ness of HOUSE PAINTING, GLAZING, &c., he has
fitted up a JAPANNING establishment, and secured the
services of Mr. Ed. A. Morrill, whose well known experl-
'ence in that line of business, is deemed a sufficient guar-
antee for the superior execution of such orders as he may
be favored with.
Orders from manufacturers' ofTin Ware, Brushes, &c.
respectfully solicited. Albany, March 1, 183S. mrn-3m

AT a surrogate's court held in and for the county of
New York, at the surrogate's office in the city of
New York, on the 26th day of April, in the year 1838-
Present, James Campbell, esq. surrogate.
In the matter of the real estate of William Grigg, de-
Whereas, on the application of Joseph Ridgeway, the
administrator of the estate of Joseph Ridgeway, late of
the I-land of St. Croix, deceased, who was a creditor of
said William Grigg, an order was lately made by this
court requiring Augustus C. Rainetaux, the administrator
with the will annexed, of the goods, chattels and'eredits
of said William Grigg, deceased, to show cause why he
should not proceed to sell, or otherwise dispose, of the
real estate of said William Gri_.g deceased, for the pay-
ment of his debts: and the said Augustus C. Raineteaux,
having appeared in pursuance of said order, and having
shown no cause to the contrary-it is ordered,' that all
persons interested im the estate of said William Grigg,
eceased, appear before James Campbell, esq, surrogate
of the county of New Vork, in the surrogate's court, on
the second day of July next, to show cause why authori-
ty should not be given to the administrator of said-Wil-
liam Grigg, to mortgage, lease or sell so much of his real
estate as shall be necessary to pay his debts. New York,
May 12, 1838.
IN the matter of the estate of Michael Cooney, deceas-
ed. All persons claiming a right to administer on the
estate of said deceased, are htreby notified and required
to appear and interpose such claim before the undersign-
ed, surrogate of the county of Schenectada, on or before
the filfteemnh day of August next, at ten o'clockin the fore-
noon, at the office- of said surrogate, in the city of 1'che-
nectada in said county. Surrogate's office. May 12,18'3.
my15-3m G. F. YATES.
THE people of the state of New York, to the heirs and
next of kin of Nicholas 4ighthall, late of the city
of Schenectada, in tile county of Schenectada, deceased,
but more especially to William Lighthall a son of'said
deceased, whose pace of residence is said to be Kings-
ton, Upper Canada.I
On the appl cation of Caty Brakefield, executrix naned

BANK Throlk

REOL N TQ, ;-A6 vthk4AND 00th-O0F

on r plhi Fur cei, aind ont;and

IFO LR?-WINs I smafo~Itsmk&wf-g alt,
int Amnjinng the P,,u-e e~ wiv aeon-veniest, eel-
*jfAr UNeeRutatiMW oeekipled by:3.Vundewer-

west side of MeAtgomeep s~mdAMOms ~vWtbew,9amd

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IY% mmwuirn buiWAvfe md-t a -half .iorybglck
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STO tl" -,rec ine rooms for offices
il oqes ? tole *ttations in the city.- En-
quire of t ... P. MORArNo ,'
UL imrl3 North M4rket at.
dUS& TO Rl&NiN-A ,tavern. wmsn in Wmliaig.
*lu!! ton-street, in po'uEl7aa of widow Brownif,
l .from 1st may'aesi.: Enquire of -"
j~lfi- -, -JORMHS'AVL.OR,,
unu-aawtf RrewBE, efeen--a-ent.h.

u Slune-.We aFetoryp i,thq bunri of bhe qld ca-
|nai, nif the vllagefK6we, Oneida county, Is ruir
E sale or to0 lease, Phsitsios. '.loeAen Eb UM. of
April next. Apply to thie attbmer4ber. -o0me, Mrch h.
1838. [trV-tfJ .,'llT'dJ B. HOBEtTS.
TO LET-Andpos asloagivema immeiatea-
11 t lyhte building 4eaupet* bythe Wabmtairs.a a
MINEIstove moantitalf p. sitUateod ia theumorth side
It of Hudson at., above Mlany'. Funirnace.
. ..s ^^ a e t W i r v w <40 :
JS TO L t t large tic toreN.
S and 28 l ate street, niow occupied by Mr. E. N.
Pratt, Posieasiob g' ven n tho first day 0OAMay
next. Apply to "WV1B"&DOUGLAS,
mrl-tf or ERA$STU-PERtIyV, Agent,

tOWLING GWUN-A fife Wsortument or (Fowl-
Sing guns, for sale by r t
se13 ,"e outh Market t. -
is hereby given to the Sto<2khai4eas.a -M-Syrac4W 4Ad
Utica Ralil Roaw-Company, tba&t mrgaut to reaalution
of the Executive Committee U"1eino4heywaaurequired to
pay to the Treasurer tnustai.vt" : ottwo -4ltars .and
tifty cents upon e $ch bshar of* .O Pita.Mqckot-o -
Company held by them reeper ye o or b "foretihomif-
teenth day of May iext, under the penaly-of a brfettsre
of their stock and all previouspay meo *. .
Payments may benmade athe Madison 4'CouRty. Bak,
Cazenovia; at the Oneida.Bifnk, in-Utica;- at the Bank of
Rome, in Oneida ooun'y; at the Canal BaBk,in Alban,';
at the Bank of the State of New .York. in.hteeity of New
York; and to the subscriber igt the Onoadga Voumnty
Bank, in Syracuse. Receipts iignled by tie Treuw-
will be ready and given at the time of paymentt. ,
Books for the registry andw answer pof the stock, are
now open at the office of. the Farmer'- Loan and Trust
Company in the city of New YErk. -
All stoek held by stoekholders or their agents residing
in said city Or out of tiha state, orwithin the frst, second
or third Senate Distrit.e of Whistate, mut be- Registered
and Transierred at id w pfoesJB thecity of New York.
The place for the regl ry and t&fsf o toctk eld by all
other stoekbolder. e t6e CMapany, Ue, office of the
Treasurer, at SyraaMiui .., .-, I
Persons holdi.g the Oom.isuriers' crip by assign-
ment, onwhicnt he set idAanastnwent barbeen. paid, are
requested toasendthe sama tebs bkf.f transfer and
new certificates; st-fSyrtsmIs-a ,cin ..- 183S."
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apg1daelawtd .. fens .I.r .iTcsU^R ,ta..,

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+0 ing at 3d4 U. Marptj.cqrn6t 0 Hqp

T a court of- ehaneery held for the state of Ne
York, at BaM.tfl tan'. 1ou4ty of Geneses. on I
thirty Atnday of Macb, one thousand eight hund
ad tbirty-eit-Prasont, Nata Dayton, ve ha
lor of the eitk tt. .
Henry R. ieymor, v & Augt oon and others
It appealing by.TaldaZvi to t satisfaction of t
court, that the defeat n l o Hipp ad William
Thompson, are t reileta fti stae, but rei
within the United te, to wi, the said George i
in the state of Oioth id ilam J. Thompson
the state of Con it tion o H. Shumw i,
counsel for the eoiaihlt. it is ordered, that the s
George Hip and Wli J. hmon aue their
pe in*ctoimte a4, ai notethereof served on t
Comtlalaamtt'bo1ieiter within four monthsfrom the d
of this order, and in eme of their appearance, tt th
cause there a er t he enlant bill to be li
and a copy thereof tot e served the complainant's
licitor within forty dy at service of a copy of s
bill; and in default therof, said b olaint may
takenaws confused by thn d ti frher od
that within twenty days the aid mplainant cause tl
orderto he publis"e in th state paper and i heD
Comtnmercial Adrtr, rited at fal, in the cou
of Erie, t4tt b at iti eott .d in each
said paper, let 1 e.h wek, for eight wee
in succeeds ; orthat h e a y of thisorder to
persoua'ly served Mt ai Hipp and Willi
J. Thompoa at last twenty daysbefore te time abo
prcscribe4 for SZ56EN,
H. Shuawway1 Solcilw 3IT
*/ a loC oftehaerher'd for the sta f N
Yortk, the ltWLtckpt in te outy
Niagara, e ti :trti yo March, one thousa
eight -hudfd d a thirty it. Prest-Nathan Da
ton, Vice lCha lor: t ight ircit
Nehei RobinMon, eompitnlt :v. a Ickett, Da
iel P Kimball, JtCPniel John R Pearey
Chlt!d, A1>B, C ar,Tt Stephen Ca
lin, RobeVt Pmo le A IEustaphee, T
Ti ustees of the !ekpri Bank.The Bank of Norwal
William Williani, Henry H. Sizr, enry R ol
wanl Waiiner B r" ire, ry 8.Whitto
AmbroseP.YtwtiBamuW te, iubt B. 1em
Caleb ChaHeryiOrh t ark and pliiland
W. Sawin, defendants.
It appearing by d*Wvlt to the satisfaction o this o
that fBntJm-Ptietly res out o- tt
atate, but is a rmident afon f.t Unite tates,
wit, of the state of-Illinos, he defendant Tho
Enmerson, L n awil th state, at reside i o
of the United Stat,lwit, t-wi of Vron t
the defendant Roertomery rdes o of ti a
but within te tii w, in he state of Ne
Jersey, that-tldef .re ak ef .Nrwa., eis
foreir corporation, l te o this sate, ut in o:
of the UnteA states, i tti stateof Ohio, andt
the defedts aleb Cha ait r rew, reside o
ofthis ft, bm La of tie Utd ate to it, te
state of Mnssahtf moto f Mr. George
Clinton., solicitor f*r thee att is ordered, th
said James Priotttiey al o Robert Pomero
The Hank of NOW i, CaleCh and Henry
eause'thet pp'ara to te tered, d noti te
tobe trvednm t.p plainant' octor win
monties fromahte-a tit o-de an in case f t
appearanrg that Heyoseathr awer tothe eomplai
ant's bill to be filed, and y thereof to e serve
the complft solt itor Withi ort d after seri
of a copy of sait b u lttereof, said bil
eomilantmainy bqtn f0ftf y th.em. An
is fartherorted, fha W ten day, te sait aow
plainantcaueo thi, t i pbh in the tae p
per and in tth 'taloD :tarandtht.aid tit
be coati & ha ek of *Mid pper t ast once
each-week fO: el :ri uceion;or that
ea w a eo1:ypfMgMateti e
of saiddfeadonn" alv-aai ,.t Wty das b
fore tltm bV tWtbedfr their appearance
.IT& a o ,- "..-AM'L. SEDEN, Clerk.
AT ag o 40i4ley twa Ne
at the yiNlA f-jf r N h twyentykxtl .day
March, one tio $ u. a tU ard ad th|tyei
Present, NathanPa toi% vi allorf the e
e ircu tt. .. ...
\JabQra end 020a1i Henry D. tuff, Lewi Buo, Antonio Klein, N
tltj*lRd st "iAltianly C. Sdler, Moses Kingan Cyr
nusU. Sadler, defendants. -.
It -appearfig by lait nthesati ttiof this c.u
that th-defen(aty;i ueo, Hensry D. sHt
and Nsthai mRN&Udld.toftl state bul wt
the-Uited-8 i b.t4 Ms of ttririea there<
Or in Oa0o~tftel~rf~rtnees ot' Canadta;.tnd tllyt tlhed
for in apon te-jii .rsisinh ty of ewYor
hut cuuld hot. iew avbween te a
thte ianimpetimatt4uKlsS, tt.sdewsR.B
cbh,, Net D. tft d tAnitdRnali cause te
appearance to be entered, aniotice thereto be erv
on tihemslFiabd' litorWiin ur moth fro
ilie dateofrli 0r4lr, and4 d Antonio Ken inthr
monmthfroln the. if sa order; adnce he
appearnLce, t y A. tr nswer atoth asu
paliafi' bill toHdli fled a opy ireof t o sr
on the complaibats' slicitor within fy day ater e
vice of a eipyof sidbilll, a i defau'ereo sad b
may be taken as otfes.id t h ad it is furtl
ordered, that within rw y ays mesa oplaia
cause tiis order to pab edn the sa papead i
the R[uchest il AdLrertl r, nd that the aid l
cation be'contin in ah es d ppes at at once i
each week foresight weeks i lon, or that the
cause a copy of thi order tbe ronally served on t
*. sid Henry D. 1ft Lwlt. u Ntaiel RLwi
dali and Antoni Kein each. at last twe days befo
the time above proecLLdfo h appearance repe
ivy .. Cn y.-: .
3aT,:. aAA L L N, Clerk.
aottft ry held for ;he tatef.N
.kY orlt~jth t e <.of Batavia, lin rim cowy <(
(ienesee^ eA t e tweatryiibte *<)'o coet
snd eight k~oAbd Bdnad~tfiyigtPr*e, a
Dayton, vice eh utflst fNoi tt.l =
Hiet &B4tewaia aplalnat, v, Daniel M.fta
Som$ W.Bcirn.yl4ls Clapp and Mary his wife, L(
renzo HatriW a-L t a1't8, j01 Broughtor

ButterfleMIwh, liifi Jxwip.S H Vkras, Van Kenese;
luau, Jaixia.~ury eseoB ragJenHBi
ley, RSwim C0 JIafe, Wli 9eT r~tn
]lreetors, and C pitgy *f t_ Bank o Lansinurgi
The peMi*,, reetm. --Xmp Bank, The Ptweld~est, -K1er )i4CaBp)ny of )h
Bank of t~tita, .he|att'9fIUF rcctarW and Comsawy"of wL ,.yne Count Bank, an
The Ptiduidept. Dlroewld Ci unpany oo tlt Bank o
RotheIcr, e tcda .. '
It-sppeiragby h aMvttoton taoati faction of this cou
hliat thde dq(*,sp P!uq, Bri.d ..nd tomon W
-Bristol, reqidte Sfs,r(w~OB of Ute prnwlec .f^ ^Ml~ nnlW S o
ton, of eounsal fqrftlm AijiglantsA t ,tq sArei tha
the 'adh ortJcces4Btistol aB-.SOiorton W. Bristol, caU$

thi iperaue- to e-be nIoe
sevortedIon id ft 14inm qtWM1t
from tiedle M r to. tIsrI
anCrlttte, t1 Y s# r'd t 114
Bill-m- t~ld of to belA
~ ~ uomn(aira$ days a~ff
a opy itsadpredf., sj~
Oomp a40t moy. W~A*'4
-further ordered, that Wh~i
plaiaat-e00s his PI864
per andimi th ,e Rochier s~l
catipa be cost~lyned In daub
onc,6i-in eveh week far eiht
he-cause eopy otf this ordA
Zatb id Duii -Bristol &o
ieas twenty AlAKEIbekuiha
mthir appeattrP.-

onth wost.tf~y o Jfr ths
dred t t!Iy'efght lro

thla4 heet 14 i1.
sothqtsiibu ~ls

r, =iit

owfamln" amftsPulS toi~
t oy-Ivat i zh4IIal OwtoO*4
arppearancebnutnfc n

without 'vestatel(if'Nen#
Statea-,-.eaimotloni~jt t1
tio;W. Walker and.JoftIL

tw sllse.pdh 4WWO

defeat thereof said billh

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*a?.Io an*n achWomWe
ia%*W* 40 f th
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AT a court of chancery, ld for t stae of New-
York, at the village f Lorkot in the county of
Ningard, on the twenty-first om one hota
eight hundred and thirty-eit- es N anda-
ton. v.ce chancellor oo o h o
Truman Hastings, vs. Au gusts M Thmson
- It apearing by affidavit to
thlat the defundants Aug
Bowen and Josiah WV. Glidden e s thi ae
but within the United States, -
ries thereof, or in one of
motion of Mr. Charles B. Lo
plainant, It is ordered, thas
Ezra Bowen and Josiah W. G
ance to be entered and notice thereof to be served on
thie complainant's solicitor within four months rm e
date of this order; andin case of their appearancetha they
cause their answer to the complainant's bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on the compliant's so-
licitor within forty days after service of a copy of aid
bill, and in default thereof said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by them: and it i further ordered,
that within twenty days the aid complaint cause this
order be published in the state paper and i the Bualo
Commercial Advertiser, and that said publication be con-
tinued in each of tle said papers, at least once i each
week for eight Weeks in succession, or that e cause a
copy ofthw order to be personally served onthsai Au-
gustus M. Thompson, Ezra Bowen and Josih W.
Glidden; at least twenty days before the time above pre-
scribed for their appearance. Copy.
Charles B. Lord, oiitor 31T8

AT a court of chancery held for the sate otew YrK,
at the village of Lockport in the county of Niagara,
on the twenty-first day of March, onetousand eight hun-
dred and thirty-eight-Present, Nathan Dayton, vice-
chancellor of the eighth circuit.
The President, Directors and Company oftheWstern
Reserve Bank, vs. James trykr, e a.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court,
that the defendants Jonathan D. Norton, John Halsey,
John Bliss aind Letitia M. hiswife and Alfred Wiliams
reside out of this state, but within the United States-on
`-notlon of Mr. Truman Hastings, of counsel for the CO-
lainanitit i ordered, that said Jonathan D. Norton, John
T1. Halsey, John Blis and Letia M. his wie, and-Al
tfred Williatms eautise their appeance to be entered, a
notice thereofto bc served on te complaint's solicitor,
within four months fromin the date this order, a incase
oftheir appearance that they cause their answer the
complainant's-bil to be filed, and copy there to be
served on the complainant's solicitor within forty days
after service of a copy ofsaid bill, and in default thereof
said bill of complaint may be taken as confessed by them
and it is further ordered, that within twenty days the
said complainant cause this order be published in the state
paper and in the Buffalo Comneial Advertiser, and that
said publication be continued in each of te said papers
at least once in each week for eight weeks in succession,
or that he-cause a copy of this order to be personally
served on the said defendants, at least twenty days before
the timn aboveprescribed for their appearance. Cop.
31T8 SAML. L. SELDEN, Clek.
AT a court of chancery held for he state of e York,
at the village of Loekport in t county of Niagara,
on the twenty-first day of Marh one thousand eight hun-
dred and thirty-eight-Present, Nathan Dayton, vice-
chanceJlor of e eighth circuit.
James J. Bildwin, vs. James L. Barton, et l.
It appearing by affidavit to e satisfaction of thiscourt,
that the defendant William P. .ettsom resides out
of the United States, to wit, in one of te est India I-
ands-on anodion bf Mr. Truman Hastings, counsel for
three .comphlainamt, it is, ordered, that said efendantcause
his appearance to be entered, and notice thereof to be
served-on the complainant's solicitor within nine months
from the date of this order, and i case f his appearance
that he eause his answer to the complainant's bill to be
filed, ana copy thereof to be serve on the complainant's
solicitor within forty days after Service of a copy of said
hill, and indefault thereof said billo complaint may be
taken as confessed by him-: a it is further ordered, that
within twenty days the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the state per a in ttte Buflo om-
mercial Advertiser, and that sad publication be continu-
ed in each ot the said paper at least one in each week
for eight weeks in succemsin, or that lie cause a copy of
this order to e peisonaiy servedon the said defendant
at least twenty daysbefore the imabove prescribed for
his appearance. Copy. ',
.1SAML. L.SELDN, Clerk.
C. B. Lord, Sol'r. 3T8

T a court of chancery held for thestate of New York
at Lockport, in I he county of Niagara, on the four-
teenih day of March, one thousand ight hundred a
thirty-eight-Present Nathan Dayton, viechancllo
of the eighth circuit.
Hiram Pratt, Lewis F. Alien, Jeph Clary, Thomas
C. Love.and Millard Fillmore, assignees of Beni
Rathbun, cOmplainants, vs. Samuel Johnson, Francis T.
Luqueer:andJohnA. Luqueer, ed by the names l
Francis T. Lugnear and John A. Lugnear, dwin J-
sup, David Bogert, Willet Linderman, Levi Hasbrouk,
junior, Nathaniel Bryn, Joseph Hasbrouc Davi CrW-
ford, William K. Mailler, Alfred Posts, GabrieP. Ad-
amnts, Chauncey Belknap, junior, illia T. Mcoun,
Le Grand Marvin, Moses ker, Ebenezer Johnso,
MortimerF. Johnson, Philander Hdge, Alfred Wil-
liams, Orlando Allen, The Bank of Rochester, Henry
McFuarlan, Henry R. Seymour, George B. Gleasn, Ly-
man A. Spauldinig, Silas Brown, Jeremia Brown, il
Hani C.-Porter, Alexamtier Porter William Betrs John
C Speocer, Jacob A. Barker, he Bank of Buao, A-
bram Van Nest, John CarrickHoraio teens, Arenton
J. Douglasl, Jonathan).Norton, Joh Dough rty he
Commercial Bankof Btffalo, avid L. H sted, John
E. Keeler. James D. Sheppar, bter Chester, Eliha
-Crane, Erastus Sparrow, James P. Prov st, Patrick
Smith, Thomas Emerson, Stephen Champlin, Robert
Ponmeroy, Alexander A. Eustaphieve, Richard H. Mr
ris, Waiter Chester and Jacob Ten yck, defendants.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court,
that the defendants Arento J. Douglas, Jahan D.
Norton, Elisha Crane an Webster Chester, reside out
of this state, but thatthey reside witin the Uite tates,
to wit, the said.Areto J. Dolass and Jonathan D.
Norton, in the state of lliois i lisha Crane in the state
of Masstchusetts; and the said ebter Chester in the
state ofVMichigan on motionof Mr. N. K. Hall, ofun-
ael for the complainants, it is ordered, that aid Arenton
J. Douthas and Jonathan DA. Norton, Eiha Crane and
Webewr Chester, ea-h cause their appearance to be en-
tered, and notice thereof to be served on theomplain-
ants' solicitor within four months from the date fthis
order, and in case of their appearance, that they cause
theftratswer to the complaints bill tobe filed, and
a copy thereofto be served the complaint' solicitor
within forty days after service of py of said bill,
and in default thereof said bill of complain may be t-
ken as confessed by then): and it is further ordered, tha
within twenty days the saidoplainant causethis Or-
der to be published in the state paper and in the Buffalo
Patri otand Comamercial Advertser, and that said pub-
licationt -be continued in each of saidpapers at least
onto. in aclh week for eight weeks in succession,
that they cau. e acopy ofhis order o be personally served
on the said AreA on J,.-Dougass, Jonathan D. ortn,
Elisha Crane and Webster Cheter, at least twey day
before thetime above prescribed for teiappearce.
Copy. SAML. L SELDNek.
SoloMoni .G. Haven, Solicitor. 2T8

A T a cdurt of chancery, held for the state f New
4 York, at time town of Oondaga, onthe thiee
day of March, one thousand eigt hundred and thirty
eiglit-Present, Daniel Moseeyvie chancellor of th
SGqorge F. Leitrb, John Kellogg, nd DavidA. C
stock, executors of the last will and testament of Dae
Kealogz, deceased, vs. Richard S. Corning, the Trustee
of the Albany Exchange Company, The Pedent, Di
rectors and- Company ofthe Onondaa County Bank
Stephen A. Goodwin,, Francis A. Harper Theodo
Wood, Junius Wood, Stephen hiey, Don Alonz
Cughun.; Oliver E. HosB SmelM, Beckl harle
Roab, lCharles Ei Hasbrook, hn R. Ludlow, Rb M
Ludlow) Willeit Raynor, Henry Raynor, Samuel ark
William H. Sabin, John MKay, George Langf-rjr
Jared G0 Winslow, ilihuL. Pillips, Lyma H., Pi
lips, Joahn D. Norton; William H. Alexder, Columbu
Bradley, Henry D.vis, jr., Roswell Himan, Daniel El
liott, JesseS. Butler, Zoper H. Adams, John Phil
lips, Jamnes Lyon, Nathan Eaton, Cornelius T. Long
street, Walter W. Webb, Horati Aver, Charles Me
Vully; John Matthews, Peter utwater, jr., Lewis Be
edieft, Spencer t. Benedict, ha B. Fitch, Hian
Puttnain, William Jackson, Charles A. Whean, Jo
Whitt, 2d, Pliney-Dickinson, Daniel roff, George
Fitch, Timothy:Pratt, Sunier Hunt, The Peidenr
Dirtedtors and Company of the Bank of ali, Jh
Ritchie, ArthurT 'Tppan, Lewis appan, Alfred .
wtsds, and Gerge Cotton. .
Itapparinga y atidavit, to the atisfactin ofhi
court, thattthe defendants, Samuel ark and Natha
Eatow, ieside out of this state, but are residents of th
United States. to wit, the sid Samue Cla, of the sta
of Michigan, and the-said Nathan Eton, of the state ol
Ohio,-Xnad that the defendnts, Francis A. Harper a
-John McKay, arealso non-residnts of this state, but e-
-idiIn the- province of UpperCanada: On motion o
John, Bach, solicitor fOr t pamants it s or.
dared tbat the said Samuel Clak Natan Eaton, Fran
cis A. Harper, and John McKay, cause their appearance
Sto Ie entered, and notice thereof to be served on the
'i coni plinnts'-solicitor, within four monthfrom the d
Softhi'oder. And in ase f their appearancth
'they eauSe their answer tothe omplanants' ill tb
nfed.aid a'copy thereof to b served on the oplan-
Sanir' solicitor, within forty daysafler serviceof aopy
'of said bill, 4nd in default there, said of oma
may be taken as contfesed by thel: Ahd it further or
dr.d-, that wthii iiity da t aid eompainant
cauae t tqrioirDbe published in the ate aperand
in the'newbpa~ei 'entitle the Skaneate tuman,
iprii i th county of Ondaga, and that the publi-
'1c4otiU eonittnued in each of ad papersat least onc
in eacni'eek, for eight weeks in suest, or thatty
eause a copy of this order to be personal eved o th
-said Siamnpel Clark, Nathan atonFranis A Harper
-and John McKay, at leas twety day before the time
abovq prescribed fur their appeaanc.
SAcpy. .A. GOODWIN, Clerk.
s! or BeacSoli r. 2
A T a coart-ofchancerv held rt tateoNw York.

AT a court of chancery held for the state of New-
York, at the village of Lockport, on the 21st day of
March, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thir-
ty-eight-Present, Nath n Dayonvice chancellor of the
John A. Manning, PhilipV.Hoffmn, Foster Nostrand,
Samuel M. Cornell andti Co. nelius T. Nostrand, vs. Hen-
ry Mcrritt, Shubal S. Merritt, George Shoemaker, Jacob
M. Chrysler and Edward I. Chase.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisftion of this court
that the defendant, Hc'ery Merritt, has left this state, and
that the process of subpoena to appear and answer, is-ud
out of this court und r the seal the of, directed to all of
the said defendants, could not be served on Henry er-
ritt, i y reason of his continued absence from the state, on
motion of John L. Curtenius, of counsel for complain-
ants, it is ordered that the said defendant, Henry Merritt,
cause his appearance to be entered, d a notice thereof
to be served on the complainants' solicitor, within four
months from the date of this order; and that in case of
his appearance he cause his answer to complainants' bill
to be filed, and a copy thereof to b served on the com-
plainants' solicitor within foty days after a service of a
copy of said bill, and in default thereof said bill of com-
plaint may be taken as confessed by him; and it is fur-
ther ordered, that within twety days the said complain-
ants cause this order to be published in the stale paper,
and in the.-newspaper entitled the Niagara Democrat and
Lockport Balance, printed in the village of Lokport;
and thai said publication be continued in each of said pa
pers at least once a week for the space of eight weeks in
succession, or that they cause a copy of ti order to be
served personally upon the sid deenant Henry Mer-
ritt, at least twenty days before the time above prescrib-
ed for his appearance. Copy.
John L. Curtenius, Solr. 3T8

AT a court of chancery held for the staeofNew York,
at the city of Utica, on the twentieth day of March,
one thousand eight hundred ad thirty-eight-Preset,
Hiram Denio, vice chancellor of the fifth circuit.
George Starr, Samuel Starr, Fanny Starr and Sarah
Ann Starr, infants, by William Knox their next friend
vs. Samuel S. Peck, Laurentine McDonald and Simon
McDonald. Louisa Allen and Cyrus Alen, Corneia Wil-
son and Almon Wilson, Sarah Collins and John Collins,
Andrew Peck, Myron Peck, Chauny Peck, Minerva
Bonney and Josiah Bonneyjr. andRyley Peck.
It a peatingby affidavit o the satisfatio of this court,
that the defendants, Chauncy Pe k, Joh Collins and Sa-
rah his wife, reside out of this state, but are residents of
one of the United States, to wit: of the state ot Ohio-o.
motion ofPhilo Gridley, of consel or te complainants
it is ordered, that the said Chuncy Peck, John Collins
and Sarah his wife, respectively cause their appearance
to be entered, and notices thereof to e served on the
complainants' solicitor within four months from the dte
of this order; and in case of their appearance, that they
cause their respective answers to te complainants' ill
to be filed, uand copies thereofrspect ely to be served on
the complainants' solicitor wihi orty days after ser-
vice of0 copy of said bill, and in default thereof, saidbill
of complaint may be taken as confessed by them; ad it is
further, ordered, that within twenty days the said om-
plainants cause this order to be published in the state pa-
per and in the Madison Observer, and that the said pub-
cation becontinued in each of the said papers at least
once in each week for eight weeks in succession, or that
they cause copies of this order to be personally served on
the said Clhauncy Peck, John Collins and Sarah hi wife,
at least twenty days betOre Le time above prescribed for
their appearance. A copy.
A-T a court of chancery held fthestaefNew ork,
at Locekport, on the twenty-first day of March one
thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight-Present, Na-
than Dayton, vice chancellor of the eighth circuit.
Aaron P. Cleaveland, complainant vs. Alexander But-
terfield, Hannah Williams, ary hitney and Eliza
Whitney, defendants.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
thatthedefendants, May hitny and Eliza hitney
reside out of this statv, but within the United States, or
some one of the territories thereof or in one of the pro-
vinces of Canada-on motion of Mr. Gideon Had, soci-
tor for the complainant, it is ordered, that sd Mary
Whitney an. Eliza Whitney cause their appearance to
be entered, and no ice therefto be served o e com-
plainant's solicitor within fur months from the date of
this order, and in case of their appearance that they cause
their answer to tile complainant's bill to be fied, and ao-
py thereof to be served on the complaint's solicitor
within forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and
iu default thereof, said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed by them-; and it isurher ordered, hat within
twenty days, the said complainant cause this order to be
published min thestaie paper and in the Orleans Republi-
can, and that the said publication e continued in each of
said papers at least once in each week for ight weeks in
succession, or that he cause a copy of this order to e per
sonally served on the said Mary Whitney and Eliza
Whitney at least twenty days before the time above pre-
scribed for thimr appearance. Co.y.
29T8 SAM. L. SELDEN, Cler.

AT a court of chancery held or the state ofNew-York,
at the village of Lockport, on the h day of March
in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight-
Present, Nathan Dayton, vice chancellor of the eighth
Lott E. DUnham and Henry Dunhm, vs. Edward Bald-
win, Charles Norton, SaineJennins, Samson Ro-
bins, George Reynale, Lynn A. Spoiling, lliam i-
iarems, Guy H. Goodjieh, The haaqe ounty Bank,
The Commercial Bank of Buffo, Philander Hdge,
William B. Rochester, Peter B. Porter, Shedn Thomp-
son, David Burt, James WV. Harris amue D. Flag,
Russell S. Brown, John V. Bukln, Jonathan Chase,
jr.. Joseph Cheeseman, Joseph Weeks, Abner Brownll,
Kellogg Hurlburt, Lucius Strr, Samuel F. Pratt, Joh
Carrick, Abraham Larzabere, Augustus Q tebbins, Pe-
ter S. V. Hamet, The. ErieBank of the ceumy of Erie,
Etbenezer Johnson, Mortier F. Johnson, David E.
Evans, Charles Townsend, Bela D. Co, Leonard B. Tal
colt, Royal F. Kelley, Moran L Falkner, Orano Al-
len, Robert M. Long, Alexander T. Stewart, Edward E
Mitchell, Joseph Clary, Hugh W. Lowrey, George C
Hooker, John Mitchell, Levi Alen, Samel Johnson.
It appearing by affidavit to th stisfction of this
court, that the defendant Wiiam B. Rochester, is a resi-
dent of this state, but now absent from the same, and
that the process of supoena to appear and answer, is-
sued out of this court under the seal thereof directed to
all of the said defendants, could not be served on Peter-
B. Porter, David E. Evans and John ukland, who
are rsideuts of this state by reason t their continued
Sablsence from their several places of residence, an it
' likewise further appeaug s afresaid, tht the said de-
fendants William Williams, Araham Larzabere, Royal
F. Kelley, Peter S. V. Hamet and Leonard B. Talcot re-
side out of thts state, buht within the United Stae, or
s ome one of the territories thereof, and that the said de
fendant, the Erie Bank of the county of Erie, Is a corpo-
ration established without this state, to wit, in the state
of Pennsmlvania, om motion of John L. Curtnius, of
counsel far complainants, it is ordered that th said de-
f,-ndants WVilliam I. Rochester, Peter B. Porter, Davi
E. Evans, John WV. Buckland, William illim, Ara-
ham Larzahere,- Royal F. Kelley, Peter V. Hmet
Leonard B. Talcott, and the Eri Ban f the county of
Erie, do respectively cause their appearances to be en-
tered, and a notice thereof to he served on the compla-
ants' solicitor within fur months from thedte of this
order, and in case of their appearance they cause thir
answer to complainants' bill to be filed an acopy thereof
to be served on the complainants' solicitor within forty
days after a servi .-e of a copy of said ill and in default
thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as confessed
by themni; and it is further ordered, that wihin twenty
-lays the said complainants caus this order to e pub-
lished in tmhe state paper, and i the newspaper caldthe
- Niagara Democrat and Lockp rt Balance, printed in the
village of Loektort, and that said pubiction be onin
ued-in each of said papers at lest ono week for the
space of eight weeks-in succession, or that they cause a
-copy of this order to be served personally upon the said
defn-Bdants, William B. Rochester, Peter B. Porter, Da-
vid E. Evans, John W. Buckland, William illiams,
Abrahlmn Larzabere, Royal F. Kelley Peter S. V. Ha-
'met, Leonard B. Talcott, and the Erie Bank of the coun-
ty of Erie, at least twenty days before the time above
prescribed for their ap, earanes. Copy.
J. L. Curtenius. Sol'r. 3T8

T court of chancery held for te sate of New
York, at timhe town of Auburn o the thirtieth day
of March one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eigt-
Present, Daniel Moseley, vice cancer of the seventh
Oliver Berley and James G. Fitch, vs. Philo Dorwin
hiin in Ta

AT a court of chancery held for the state of New-
York, at the village of Lockport, on the 21st day of
March, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thir-
ty-eight-Present, Nathan Dayton, vice hanellor of h
eighth circuit.
George Butts and Stephen Mrc, vs. Solomon Cros-
by, Hannibal A. Taylor, Homer Taylor, iler hea-
ton, Saimuel B. Crosby, Thomas Mihels, Calvin il-
son, Samuel F. Belktiap, David Beach, tephen Barnes,
John Ries, Fredrik Sxto.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
that John R ies, David Beach, Wilber heaton and m-
uel F. Belknap, reside out of the state, ut i; some one
of the United States or one of the provinces of Canada,
on motion of John L. Curtenius, of counsel for m-
plainants, it is ordered that the said defendants, John
Ries, David Beach, Wilber Wheatn and Samuel F. Bel
knap do respectively cause their appearances to be enter-
ed and notice thereof to be served on the copainants
solicitor, within four months from the date of this order,
and in case of their appearance, that they cause their
answer to the complainants' bill to e filed, and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainants' siior with-
in forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and in
default thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed by them. And it is turthr ordered, tat with-
in twenty days from the date hereof, he said ompin-
ants cause this order to be published in te state paper,
and in the paper entitled the Niaara democrat and Lock-
port Balat.ee, and that said publication be continued in
each of said papers at least once a week for ei weeks
in succession, or that they cause a copy of this order to
bIe personally served on the said defendants, John ies,
David Beach, Wilber Wheatn and amuel F. elknap,
at least twenty days before time prescribed for their
appearance. Copy.
John L. Curtenius, r. 318
T HE people of the state of New York, by the grace of
God free and independent, to all to whom tse pre-
sents shall come or may concern, and especially to Wil-
liam B. Gilbert, Daniel Andr, Henry Moore, iiam
P. Brown, George A. Bauder and Belinda Moore, greet-
You" are hereby cited and required personally to he and
appear before our surrogate of the county of Otsgo, at
his office in the village ofCoopestown, n the ninth
day otf July next, at ten o'clock i the forenoon of tat
day, to attend thie final settlement of the accounts of Cor-
nelius Ten Eyck Van Homrne, executor of the last will
and testament of Wilam Moore, dcased.
In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of office
of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. it-
ness Gee. A. Starkweather esqui, surroat of
[L; S.] our said county of Ots, a the vllae of Co-
perstown, the second day of April, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
3tT3m GEO. A. STrARK EATHER, Surrogate.

T1HE people of the state of New York, by the grace of
God free and independent, to all to whom these pre-
sents shall come or may concern, and especially to Ser-
man Lum and Ann his wife, Abel Lu and Betsey his
wife, Charles Thornton and George B. Lisher, James
Noyce Lisher, Timothy C. Lisler, Lewis Lisher ad Lu-
cy Lisher, greeting:
You are hereby cited and required personally to be and
appear before our surrogate of the county of tsego, at
his office in tihe village of Cooperstown, on the tenth day
of July next at ten o'clock in te forenoon of that day,
to attend the final settlement of the accounts of Elihu
Thornton, administrator, &c. of Charles Thoton, de
In testimony whereof, we have caused the sea ooce
of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed.-
(L S j WVitness, Gee. A. Starkwaher, esq surrogate
of our said county, at the village of Coopers-
town, the third day of April, i the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and thiy-eight.
31T3m GEO. A. STA WEATHER, Surrogate.
TI-HE people of the state Ne ork, y the grae of
God free and independent, to all to whom these pre-
senta shall cone or may concern, and especially o Orvile
Reynold, of Egremont, Be, kshire couty, Massachusetts;
and Ira Reynolds ofLepier, Michigan, two of the next of
kin and heirs at law ofJohln Reynolds, late of the town
ofCopake in the county of Columbia, but now deceased,
send greeting
Whereas, John F. Collin, of te town of Hilldae in
tlhe county of Columbia, whe is named as executor, in a
certain instrument in writing, purporting to be the last
will and testament of the said John Reynolds, de-
ceased, and relatingtoboth real and personal estate, has
applied for the proofthereof, before our surrogate of our
county of Columbia: you are therefore herey cited and
and required personally to be and appear f yu shall
see lit) before the said surrogate at the surrogate's office
in the city oT Hulson, on the twenty-i dy of M next,
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there
to attend the probate of said will.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office
of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. it-
[L. S.] ness. .lohn Gaul, jun. tsq., rogat ofour said
county of Columbia, at Hudson, the sixth day
of April, in the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and thirty-eight.
31T6 JOHN GAUL.Jun., Surrogate.
THE people of the state of New York, by the grace of
God free and independent, to all to whom these pre-
sents shall come or may concern, ad especially to Ruth
Delematter, wife of John lelemater, ofFairfield Hr-
kimer county,New York; Joh ngell, of Catham, Co-
lumbia county, N. Y.; Daniel Manton Angell, of Moni-
cello. Sullivanu county, N. Y.; and Adah Jonso, wife
of Sheldlon W. Johnson, of some place in Ohio nn
known: The said several individuals constituting the
next of kin andheirs at. law of Joshua Angell, la of the
town of Chatham in the county of Columbia, but now de-
ceased, send meeting:
Whereas, John J. Van Valkenburgh of the town of
Chatham aforesaid, who is d as one of he exeu-
tors in a certain instrument in writing, purporting to be
the last will and testament of the said Jshua Angfl, de-
ceased, and relating to both real ad personal estate, has
applied for the proof thereof, before our surrogate of our
county ofColuiubii: you are therefore reby cited and
required personal to be and appear (if you sh see fit)
before the said surrogate, a the surrogate's offie in the
city of Hudson, on the twenty-third day of May next, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon oftht day, then and there to
attend tilie probateofsaid will.
In testimony whereof, we hvecausedhe seal of office
of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed.-
[L. S.] Witness, John Gaul, junior, esq., surrogate of
our said county of Columbia, at Hudson, te
fourth day of April, i th year one thousand
eight hundred and thirty iht.
31T6 JOHN GAUL, Jun., Surrogate.

TIHE people of the state of New York, to Mary Thorn,
of the town of Cortlandt in the county f estehe-
ter and state of New York, widow of Justus Thorn, lte
of the town, county and state aforesid decese; and
George W. Sillick and FrancisSlik h wife. of the
town, county and state afo esaid; nd Jtus Vought and
Ann Vought, his wife, residing in the town ofLeonadas
in the county of St. Josephs, and state of Michigan, the
only c ildren and next of kin of the said Justu Thorn,
deceased, send greeting:
Whereas, Mary Thorn, of the town ofCortdtinthe
county of Westchester, executri named in the last will
and testament of the said Justus Thorn, deceased, has
lately applied to our surrogate f aid conty to have a
certain instrument in writing, bearing date the 1st day of
May, 1W33, purportingto dispose o both real and person
al estate, duly proved as the last ill and testanfsaid
JustuA Thorn, m pijrsunceo thestatute in such case
made and provided: Youd each of you are therefore
cited and required personally r be and appear before our
said surrogate, at his office the towno W ite Plains,
in thecounty of Westchesteonhe twenty-eighth day
of May next, at ten o'clockin l forenoon of that day,
then and there to attend to te probate f said ast will
and testament.
In testimony whereof, we have aused the sa of office
of our said surrogate of te ouy of West-
[L. S.] chester to be hereunto aixed. Witness Jona
than WVard, surrogate ofaid count, at thrown
of White Plains, the twet-eight ay ofarch,
in the year of our Lord oe thousandeiht hun-
dred and thirty-eight, and of our independence
the sixtysecond.
31T6 JONATHAN WARD, Surroa'e.

THE people of the state of New York, to William
Cochran, residing in the town of Heneka, Hillsbo-
rough county, New Hampshire, nd Joseph Cohran,
whose place of residence is unknown, next of kin o
Mary Cochran, late of the town le Roy in the county
of Genesee, deceased, send greeting:
You and each of you are hereby cited and requiredper-
sonallyto be and appear before Ebenezer Mix, sq., sur-
rogate of our said county of Genese, at his offie in Baa-
via, on the twenty-first day of May next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon ofthatday, to oppose orsupport, as you may
see fit, the probate of a certain instrument in writing,
purporting to be the last will and etment of te said
Mary Cochran, which will be then and there offered to
be proved as a will relative to personal state, on the ap-
plication of Washington Weld, who claim to be a ex-
ecutor in said will named.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office
of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Wit-
ness, Ebenezer Mix, esq., surrogate of our said
[L. S.] county, at Batavia, this thirty-first day ofarh,
in the year ef our Lord one thousand eight hun-
dred and thirty-eight.
30F6 EBENEZER MIX, Surrogate.
FVHiE people of the state of New York, toibbe Ai-
A son, residing ip the town of New Castle, county
of Westchester and stateof New York, widow of Wil-
liam T. Allison, late of the town, oun and state aore-
said, deceased; William McCord and Margaret his wife,
residing in the town of Mount Pleasant, county and sate
aforesaid; Jefferson Allison, whose place of residence is
unknown, but supposed to be somewhere in the United
States; (thte above named persons are of the ae of twen-
ty-one years and upwards); Michael Allison and Andrew
Allison, minor htirs and next of kin of the said deceased,
residing in the town of New Castle, ounty and state
aforesaid; and Robert Palmer of the town o White
Plains, county and state aforesaid, and special guardian
for the aforesaid minors, they having no general guar-
dian, send greeting:
Whereas, Bartholomew G. Gedney, of the town of
Yorktown in the county of eschesternamed as an ex-
ecutor in the last will and testament of William T. Alli-
son, late of said county, deceased, haslately applied to our
surrogate of aaid county to have a certain instrument in
writing, bearing datethe 2d day of July, 136, purporting
to dispose of both real and personal estate, duy proved as
the last will and testament of said liam T. Allion,
in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provi-
ded: you and each of you are therefore citednd requi-
red personally to be and appear before oursurrog te, t
his office in the town of White Plains, in the county of -
Westchester, on the thirtiethday of April nex at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there to at-
tend to the probate of said last will nd testament.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office
of our said surrogate of the county ot estches-
[L. S.; ter, to be hereunto affixed. Wi Jonathan
Ward, surrogate of said county, at the town of
White Plains; the third day of March, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-eight, and of our independence the sixty-



T HE people of the state of New rk, to the heir
and next ofkin of Oliver Taylor, te of the town
of Arkwright, in the county ofChautauque, in the sate
of New York, deceased, and all others whom it may con-
cern, (the place or places of residence of the heirs and
nextof kin of said deceased are unknown, andtheir names
are unknown,) send greeting:
OWIhereas, Chloe Taylor, executrix named in the at
will and testament of Oliver aylor, deceased, as this
day offered the said will for probate, as a will of real and
personal property, before William mii, surrogate of the
county of Chautauque: you are therefore hereby cited
to appear before the said surrogate, at t office of the
said surrogate in the village ofMayville, in the county of
Chautauque, aforesaid, on the fourteenth day of May
next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to attend the pro-
bate of the said will, a3 a will of real and personal pro-
Given under the hand and official seal of the said sur-
rogate, at Mayville in said county, this fourteenth
[L. S.] day of February, in the year of our Lordone thou
sand eight hundred and thirty-eight.
S F6 WILLtAM SMITHrrogate,

T8 people of the, state of New York. to Esther Sper-
r y, Henrietta Leonard, Henry W. Cap, ElizaM.
Clizoe apd Laura-Ant Camp, of the town of Oweg n
the county of Tiogi; Harmno Cmp, of Trumansburg in
thm covilty of Tompkins Frederick ap, ofthac
in the county of Tompk ins; Juliette M Ely, of the city
and county of New York; Abigail Noble, ofUnadil-
la in the county of Otvego; Ane Stone and Patty Stone,
of New Milford in the county of Litceld, in the state of
Connecticut: heirs and next f kin to AnsonCamp late of

T a court of chancery held or the state of New York,
at-the village of Lockport, o the thirteenth day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight-Pre-
sent, Nathan Dayton, vice chancellor of the eighth cir-
Mary McKeab, complainant, vs. Patrick MKab, de-
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court,
that process of subpoena to appear ha been issued out of
and under the seal of this court, directed to the defendant
Patrick MeKeab, who is a residet of this state, but that
such process cannot reserved by reason of his conceal-
ment within this state to avoid service of such process
for his appearance, or by reason of his continued absence
from his place of residence-on tion of Mr. P. G. Bu-
chan, solicitor for the complainan it is ordered, tlt
said Patrick McKeab, causeIs appearance to be en-
tered, and notice thereof to be served on te complain-
ant's solicitor within threeonhs from the date of this
order, and in case of his appearance tl cause his
answer to the complainant's bill obe filed, and acopy
thereof to be served on thecomplainan'ssolicitor with-
in forty days after service of a copy of sid bill, and
in default thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed; and it is further ordered, tt witin twenty
days the said complainant cause this order to be publish-
ed in the state paper and i the Rochester DailyAd-
vertiser, and thliat the said publication be continued in
each of said papers at least once in each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that she cause a copy of
this order to be personally served on the said Patrick
McKeab at least twenty days before te time prescribed
for his appearance. Copy.
P. G. Buchan, Solicitor. 27T8

AT a court of chancery held fur the tate of New-
York, at the village of Lockport, on the 2th day of
March, in the year one thousand eight hundred an thir-
ty-eight-Present, Nathan Dayton, vie chancellor of the
eighth rcuit.
Samnson Robbins, vs. William Wilso, The Commer-
cial Bank of Buffalo, The President, Directors and Cm-
pany of the Lockport Bank, Th Bank of Buffalo, Ed-
ward H. Dutton, Isaac Dole, William Brown. Caun.
cey Woodaid, Elizabeth WVoodard, Sarah Dingman, John
Dingman, Laom.bcrt DingmanCharles O stead, Moses
Olmstead, and Emily Onsea.
It appearing by affidavit to thesatisftion of this court,
that the defendants, William ison, Charles Olmstead,
Moses 0minstead and Emily Olmstad, reside out of this
state, but within the United States, -or some one of the
territories thereof, or in one of the provinces of Canada,
on motion of John L. Curteniu of counsel fr h om-
plainant, it is ordered that the said defendants, William
Wilson, Charles Ohlmstead, Moses Olmstcad nd Emily
Olmstead canue their appearances to be entered and no-
tice thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor
within four months from the date of this order, and in
ease of their appearance that they cause their answer to
the complainant's bill to be file and a copy thereof to be
served on thIe complainant's solicitor within forty ays
after service of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof
said bill may be taken as confessed by them. And it is
further ordered thtt the said onplaina within twenty
days cause this order to be published in the state paper
and in the newspaper entitled te Niagara Democrat and
Lockport Balance, printed in the village of Lockport,
and that said publication be continued in each of sai pa-
pers at least once a week for the space of eight weeks in
succession, or that hlie cause a opy of this order to be
personally served upon the saiddfendants, William il-
son, Charles Olmstead, Moses Olmstead and Emily lm-
stead, at least twenty days before the time above pre-
scribed for their appearance. Copy.
John L. Curtenlus, Sol'r. 3T8

O RDERED, that all the creditors of CHISTOPER
CASSIDY, an insolvent debtor, be required to sow
cause, if any they have, before me on the twenty-second
day of May next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at te
Richnmont House, in the town of Northfield, county of
Richmond, near Mercereau Ferry, why n assignment of
the said insolvent's et tate should not be made and he be
discharged from his debts, pursuant to the provisions of
the statute for tim discharge of an insolvent from is
debts. Notice of which is to be published for x weeks
in the state paper, and in the newspaper printed in the
city of New York, entitled he New York Gazette and
General Advertiser; also in the newspaper printed in the
county of Richmond, called he Rcmond cunty nd
New York Mirror. Dated the fourth day of April, 1838.
31T6 First Judge of the court, e.__
B Y order of the hon. Addison Gardiner, circuit judge
of the eighth circuit, notice is hereby given, that
an attachment has issued against the estate of CALVIN
H. FARNHAM, late of the city of Rochester in the
county of Monroe, an'absconding debtor, pursuant to the
statute concerning "attachments agint absonding,
concealed or non-resident detors," that his estate-will
be sold for the payment of his debts, unless he appear
and discharge such attachment according to law, within
three months from the first plication of such notice, and
that the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any
property, belonging to the said debtor to him or for his
use, and the transfer of any property y him for any pur-
pose whatever, are forbidden by aw, and are void.-
Dated Rochester, December 13th, 1837.
3IT3m Attorney for attaching creditor.
THE people of the state of New York. by the grace of
God-free and independent, to all to whom these pre-
sents shall come or may concern, and especially o Sarah
Booth, supposed to be the wife of Booth, formerly
of Canada, but whose name and residence is otherwise
unknown, a sister; and Woolley, supposed to be of
Canada, but whose name and residence is otherwise also
unknown, a half brother of Mary Sfn, deceased greet-
WbereasMary Saffen, late of the town of Pleasant
Valley, in the county of D)utches deceased, as is alleg-
ed, has lately died, leaving a last will and testament,
relating to real and personal estate; and Calvert Can-
field, an executor therein named, as applied to the surro-
gate of said Dutchess county, for the proof of said will
you and each ot you are hereby cited personally to be and
appear at a surrogate's court to be held before our sur-
rogate of thecounty of Dutchess, at his office in Pough-
keepsie, in said D)utchess county, on the eleventh
day of June next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon o that
day. then and there to attend the probate of the said last
will and testament of said deceased.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office
of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed.-
Witness, James Hooker, esq, surrogate of our
[L. S.] said county of Duthess, at Pouhkeepsie, this
tenth day of April, in the year of our Lord oe
thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight.
32F6 JAM S HOOKER, Surrogate.
rH K people of the stateof New York, y te grace of
God free and independent, to all to whom these pre-
sents shall come or may concern, and especially to the
next of kin and heirs at law of Joseph Crippin, late fthe
town of Granville in thie county of ashington, and stae
of New York, deceased, to wil: Charles Crippin, rsi-
ding in the state of Michigan, town and couny not
known; and Ransom Crippin, of Midlebury, county of
Genesee, New York.
You are hereby cited and requird personally to be and
appear before our surrogate of our county of Washing-
ton, at the surrogate's office in the town of Salem i said
county, on thetwenty-first daofMaynext. at one o'clock
in the a ternoon ofthatday, to be present if you ee fit,
and to oppose or support the probate of a certain insru-
mentin writing, claimed to be the last will and testament
of the said deceased, which has been offered for that pur-
pose by Salmon Sikes, executor in said will named, which
will relates to both real and personal estate.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the eal of of-
fice of our said surrogate to be heunto affixed.
[L. S.] Witness, Alexander Robertson, surrogate of our
said county, at tte town ofSalem in said county,
this twenty sixth day of March, one thousand
eight hundred and thirty eight
28F6 A. ROBERTSON, Surrogate.
I'AHE people of thestateofNew York, to all to wom
I these presenits shall come or may concern, and espe-
cially to lesse Cook, Amy Cook, Mary Chidsy, aes
county, New York; Abial Cook. Stephen Cook Senec
county, New York; Samuel Cook, Hurencounty, in e
state of Ohio; George Cook, in thestte of Indiana, Boon
county; William Cornwell, guardian ad litm, to Ste-
phen V. 1iarkness, Martha Harkss, of Senec county,
New York; William Cook, Stephen Cook, Pardon ook,
Josiah Cook, Huron county, state of Ohio; James Cook,
place of residence Unknown, minors, hirs at law and
next of kin to Nathan Cook, late of Mil, Yat s county,
You and each of you are hereby cited personally to be
and appear before our surrogate of our cunty of Yates,
at his officein the village oPenn-an in saidcounty, on
the thirtieth day of April .next, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, to attend the probe of the last
will and testament of the real and personal estate,
and the codicil thereunto annexed, of the said Nathan
Cook, deceased, which will then and there beoffred or
that purpose, on the application of Jesse Cook and Mary
Chid ey, executors, c.
Given under the hand and seal of office of our said sur-
[L. S.] rogate, at the village ofPenn-Van, in said coun-
ty, this 8th day o March, S3S.
24F6 A.F. OLIVER, Surrogt.

AT a court of chancery held or tie sate of New York
at Lockport, on tho, tweny-first day of March, one
thousand eight hundred and thirty eight-Present, Na-
than Dayton, vice chancellor of the eighth circuit.
Henry H. Sizer, coumplainant, Robert M. Long Gar-
ret Reaves, Fones H. Rice, and othes, defendants.
ft appearing by affidavit tohe satisfaction of thi court,
that the defendants Garret Reaves nd Fnes H. Rice re-
side out (if this state, but wthin te United States, or
some one of tie territories thereof, r in one of te pro-
vinces ofCanada-on motion of Mr. Seymourjr., s-
licitor for the complainant, it is ordered, that said Garret
Reaves and Fones U. Rice cae theirappearance to be
entered, and notice therofto be srvd on the complain-
ant's solicitor, within four months from the date of this
order, and in case of their appearance that they cause
their answer to the complainant's bill to e iled, and a
copy thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor
within forty days after service of copy of said bill; and
in default thereof, said bill complaint may be taken as
confessed by them: and it is further ordered, that within
twenty days, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the state pap-r and n the Buffalo Daly
Star, and that the said publication be cotinud in each
of said papers at least once in each week for eight weeks
in succession, or that he cause a copy of this order to be
personally served on the said Garret Reaves and Fones
H. Rice, at least twenty days before the time bove pre
scribed for their appearance. Copy.
Hoeatio Seymour, jr. Solicitor. 30F8

AT a court of chancery held for t state of New York,
i at the village of Lockport, on th twety-first day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-e t
Present, Nathan Dayton, vice-chanellor of the eighth
Albert H. Tracy, complainant, s. Martin Day, an
others, defendants
It app ring by affidavit to the satisfaction of this cort,
that the defendants Stephen Lewrisberry, David P. Mi-
not and Algernon E. Baird, reside out of this state, but
within the Unit' d States, to wit, in the state of Conecti-
cut--oh motion of Mr. Titl of counsel for the
complainant, it is ordered, that said tepen Lewrisbr-
ry, David P. Minot and Algernon Baird, cause their
appearance to be entered, ad notice thereof to be servd
on the complainant's solicir within four months m
the date of' this, order, and in case of their appeared
'that they cause their answer t the complainants billto

AT a court of chancery held for the staeofNew Yrk,
at the village of Lockport in the county of Niagara,
on the twenty-first day of March one thousand ih
hundred and thirty-eight-PreseNathan Dayton, vie
chancellor of the eihth rcuit
Edgar C. Di bible, vs. WVarren Thompson, Elect Tho -
son, another.
It appearing by affidavitto thesaifaction ofhisonrt,
that thIe defendants Warren hompso and Eleta
Thomps.on his wife, reside out of this sate, but are resi-
dents of one of the United tates towitofthe state of
Michigani-on motion of E.C. Dibble, solicitor in pro.
per. it isordered, that said arren Thompson nd Elec-
ta Thompson his wife, and each of them, cause their ap-
pearance to be entered, and noice thereof to be srved
on the complainant within four months from the date
this order, and it case of their appearance, that thy
cause their answerto the complaint's bill to be filed,
and a copy thereof to be served onth complanant'- so-
licitor within forty days altr service o a copy of said
bill, and in default there-of, said bill ofcopaint y be
taken as confessed by them ani it is urhr ordered,
that within twenty days, the said complainant cau
this order to be published in te sate paper, and in the
Spirit of the Times, printed in Baavia in the county of
Genesee, and that said pulbli on be continued in each
of thlie said papers at least oce in ea h week for eigt
weeks in succession, or that e ca a copy of this
order to be personally served on said rrn
Thompson and ElectaThompson his wife, at least twen-
ty days before thetimie above prescribed fr their appear-
ance. Copy.

AT a court of chancery ld for the sate of New
York at the village of Lockport, on the nineteenth
day of March, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-eight--Present, Nathan Dayton, vice chancellor of
the eighth circuit.
Le Grand Marvin, coinplainant, vs. iram Barnum,
Nathan K. Hall, Charles E. Clark, RathbunAlen, Tho-
mas Bates, John Fort, Henry C. Malean, William P.
Lettsem, Samuel A. Bigelow, Augustus aynor, Alonzo
Ray nor, Hlarmon Griffin, Sthe Chaman, The legal
heirs of Henry Hepburn, Robert D. Hepburn, The Bank
of Buffalo, Joseph Saltar, Mrril B. Srwod. The
Commercial Bank of Buffalo, William Martin, David
Buit, The City Bank of Buffalo, enry H. Sizcr, Giles
. K. Coaes, defendants
It appearing, by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
court, that thIe defoendaits i atbun Alen, and illiam P.
Lettsom, reside out of the Unite States, to wi said
Rathbuni Allen in parts unknown supposed to be in Tex-
as or Mexico; and the said William P. Ltom n one of
the WVest India Islands; and that he said John Fort re-
sides out of this state, to wi: in some of he western
states, but which of them it is not known; and that the
said legal heirs of the said enry Heburn are unknown,
but that some of then reside in some of te western
states, but which of them it is not known, nor is it knwn
how many. of them, all of tem in some of the Lited
-tates. On motion of Mr. Marvin, of counsel in behalf
of It. P. Allen, solicitor for said complainant, ordered,
that thIe said John Fort, and the legal heirs of enry Hep-
burn, deceased, cause their appearance to be entered, ad
notice thereof to be -served o te solicitor for the co-
plainant within four months fro the dae of this order;
and that the said Rathbun Allen and iiliam P. Letso
cause their appearance to be entered, and notice thereof
to be served on the solicitor for te complain wihi
nine months from the elate of this order; and, in case of
their appearance, that they cause their answer to the
complainant's bill to je iled, ad a copy thereof to be
served on the complainant's socitor, within fortydays
after service of a copy of sai bill; and, n default there-
of, that said bill of complaint may be taken as confessed
by them: and it is further ordered, that within twenty
days the said complainant cause this order to be pulish-
ed'in the state paper and in the Daily Commercial Ad-
vertiser," a newspaper publihed in the city of Buffalo,
and that the said publication be continued in each of the
said papers, at least once in each wek, fur ight weeks
in succession, or that hlie cause a copy of this order to e
personally served on the said Rathbun Alen, illiam P.
Lettsoni, Jthn Fort, and the legal heirs of Henry Hp
burn, diecea-cd, at least twenty days before the time pre-
sce ibed for their appearance. Copy.
34F8 SAMUL L. ELDEN, Clerk.

Y order of the hon. Fredeick P. ;evens, jdge f
Erie county courts, and cnseUorin the pi
court, notice i hereby given, that an attachment ss-
sued against the estate f
resident debtor, and that the s
mentofhisdebts unless he a
tachnient according to law,
first publication ot this ;notice, and that te p et of
any debts due to him by residents of this state, and the de-
livery to him or for his use, of any property within this
state belonging to him, and te transfer of any pro-
perty by him, are forbidden by law and are void ated
March 28, A. D. t-38. LOVE & COOPJ,
3f0iPm Attorneys for attaching credit.

LY order of thie hon. Arnas Daa, first d of the
Court of common pleas, for the county oTopis,
of tie degree of counsellor i the supreme court, notice
is hereby given, pursuant to the provision of the statt
autho' isiing attachments against sondig and oneal.
ed debtors, that an attachment has issued against thee
tite ofl HENRY JACKSON, now or .e of He r
said county, an absconding debtor, and that the Wl
be sold for the payment f his debts, unles e l ap-
pear and discharge such attachment, aco g o law,
within three months from the frt publication of tis no-
tice; and that the payment ofay eba and the deliv
of any property belonging to said dtr, tohim fo
his use, and the transferofany propertyby him, fr
purpose vwbatever, are forbidden by law and re vi.
Dated the 2ath day of March, 13.
30F3m. AAuorneys fo atahig credit

FOR SALE-The subsrber being a
to take up his residence in llinO o offe
ll! for sale his situation in the vilag of Uadlla
Forks. It contains betwe
of rich land, a wel) finished d
conv nient nut-houses, a good
park in front of the dwelling. o a ood Physian it f
fers superior inducemenwts, being stated in the f
valTy of the Unadilla river, 2 miles south of tic, al
is surrounded by weAlthy and indstrius inhaitat.
among whom thl subscriber, hs practie.medi f
the last twenty-one years. Trms will be made y'to
the purchaser. Application may b made t t ubi-
ber on the premises. Unadila Frs Otseo tuy,
N. Y., February 2t, 138.
16Fc2m i RY CLAJI

WUATER POWER-Trwoirt rat war
V privileges for sale, separate or s
in the town of SlmdLack,unty of ensselae'
miles below the city of Albany, well calculated fr
or manufacturing purposes, wiin amlf ndi n
the Hudson river. On the stream s nw a i,
and clothing mill, and an extensive iron fou y. Oe
of said privileges has a goodda A UC ladwl .
sold as may b, wanted, from ten to fifty acres. Enquire
at this office, or ofthesubsciber on the renise l -
-adek, Marc9, .
mirl0-12wc6w ABEL SAGE..

' subscriber, late of the Western Hotel, lbay
l has removed to thiscit n ta n Nntinb

AT court of chancery held for te state of New York
atl.the village ofLockport, o the twentieth dayf
March, mne thousand eight hundred ad thirty-eight
present, Nathan Dayton, vice chancellor of the eighth
Ir Danolds, vs. Pelatiah Rogers, Joshua Field ad
Richmond Tutle.
It appea ing by affida' it to the satisfacti of su,
thatthe defendant Richmond Tut sides out of th
state. but within the United tats. to wit, in the te
of Indiana-on motion of 1{. Selden, of nsel for
the i-omplainant, it is ordered, that the said Richmond
Tuttle, caure his appearance to be entered, d n-
tie- thereof tu be served on the coolant's solicitor
within fourinmonths from the d te l this dr, and in cse
of his appearance that he cause his answer t thecm-
plainant's bill to be filed, ad a coytr of to be served
on ti- compilinaint's sotli itr wihi forty days ater se-
vice t.f a copy of said bill. and in default thereof, said bill
of complaint may r-e taken as confsd by him: ad
it is tu.thtr ordered, that w in tweny days, the ad
complainant cause this order to be pIsed in these
paper and in the Rochester Repuicn, a tat the
said publication ibe comtinud in each of sid papers t
least once in each w ek for eight weeks in succession,
or thiatt he cause a copy of thorderto be personally serv-
ed on the said Richmon I Tuttle, leat twenty days before
the time above prescribed for his aPearane. Copy.
,0F8 SAML. L. ELDEN, Crk.
A 1' a court of chancery, h for the state of New
York, at the village of Lockport, int county of
Niagara, on the twentieth day of March, one thousand
eiaht hundred and thirty-eight-resent, Nathan Dayto,
vice chancellor ofhe eith circuit.
Samuel Rossittr, complainant, vs Newton Rosster
and others, defendants.
It appearing, by affidavit, to the satisfaction f h
court, that David Burton, one of te defendants in ti
suit, resides out of this state, but isn resident of the Uni-
ted States. to %% it, of the state of Pennsylvania, on mo-
tion of Mr Elbridge G. Spaulding, solicitor for the co-
plainant, it is ordered, tha said David Burton ca hi
appearance to be entered, and notice thereof to be served
on the complainant's solicitor, within four monhs from
the date of this order; and, in case of his appearance,
that he cause his answer to the complainant's bill to be
filed, and a copy thereof-to be served on the complainant's
soli. itor within forty days after service of a copy f aid
bill; and in default thereof, sad bll of complaint may be
taken as confessed: and it is further orred, that within
twenty days, the said complainant cause this orderto
published in the state paper and in the Daily Buffal
Journal, aid that said publication be continued in each of
the s id papers at least once in each week, for eight
weeks in succession, or that he cuse a copy of thi or-
Sder to be personally served on the said David Burton, at
least ti enty days before the time prescribed for i p-
pearance. Copy.
E. G. Spaulding, Solicitor. 30F

AT a court of chancery held for the state of New
Yoik, at the village of Lockport, on the twenty-
first day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thir-
ty-eight-Present, Nathan Dayton, vice chancellor of
the eighth circuit.
. Benjamin Fitch, complaint, vs. Moses Q. od,
Peter Clark, Francis J. Handel, Jacob H. K ns, Natn
Smiith, Horatio Stevens, Arenton J. Douglass, Jonathan
)D. Norton, )vre Tillinhast Charles M. Reed, Daniel
Bowen, Samuel Suvdam. Isaac rocker, Luther Badger,
Russel S. Brown, John V. Buckland George Trusott,
John C. Greene, Henry H. Sizer, James odhou,
Lewis E. P. Smith, John M Martin, Edward Norton,
ILaac Lawrence, Henry Hearsey, John M. Hood, Henry
Root, The Seneca County Bank, Asa Marvin, Horatio
Seymour, Evans P. Clark, idney mih, Harry Hyde,
Samuel H. Mann Van Wyck Wicks, Jacob M. Hicks,
survivor of Jacob M. flks and John M. Hicks, lam
B. 1latt, Richard S hrll Charles R. Go, Talbot P.
Powers, Samuel H. Macy, Solomon G. Haven, Philip P.
Kissam, Timothy Treadwell, Myron Hamlin William
Williams, James J. Baldwin, The Bnk of Buffalo, he-
odore Smith, Ebenezer Jesup, junior, 'he Oswego
Bank, Jeremiah H. Pierson, Joeph G. Pierson, enry
L. Pierson, Eleazer Lord, John P. Cusan, Joseph
Russell, Lyman ILydon, Samuel Bowen, George ,.
Baker, defendants.
It appearing, by affidavit to the satisfaction of ti
courl, that process to appear has been issue out of and
under the seal of this court, directed to the defendants
Peter Clark, Arenton J. Douglass, Jonathan D. Norton,
John M. Hood. Timothy Treadwell, Samuel Mann,
Van Wyck Wicks, Thuodure S.th, Isaac Crocker nd
Lyman Lydon; but that said defendants eer Chrk, Ar-
enton J. Doug ass, Jonathan D. Norton, John M. od,
Isaac Crocker, Timothy Treadwll, Samuel H. Mann,
could not be served, and reside out of this state, but are
residents of some of the United Staes, to wit: the said
Peter Clark of Virginia; the said Arnton J. Iouglss of
Illinois; the said Jonathan D.Norton and timothy read-
well, of Ohio; the said Isaac Crocker f Indiana; the
said Samu-el H. Mann of Massahusett-; and the said
Theodore Smith and L) man Ldon, being residents of
some one, but unknown of which, of te United taes;
that such process could not be serve on defendant Van
Wyck Wicks, who is a resident ef this state, by reason
of his continued absence from his place of residence.-
On motion of M1* Le Grand Marvin, of counsel on be-
half of Horatio P. Allen, olicitor for complainant, it is
ordered, that the said Van Wyck Wicks cause i ap-
psarance to be entered, and notice thereof to be served
on the complainarnt's solicitor within three months from
the date of this order; and that said Peter Clar, Aren-
ton J. Douglass, Jonathan Norton John M. Hood,
Timothy Treaiwell, Samuel Mann, Theoore Smith,
Isaac Crocker and Lyman Lydonause their appearance
to be entered, and notice thereof to be served on the said
solicitor within four months from the date of his order
and in case of their appearance, that they cause their ans-
wer to the complainant's bill to be filed, and a copy there-
of to be served on the complainant's solicitor within for-
ty days after service of a copy f said bll; and, in de-
fault thereof, said bill of complaint may e taken as con-
fessed by them: and it is further ordered, that ihin
twenty days the complainant cause this order to be in-
serted in the state paper and in the Daily Commercial
Advertiser," a paper published in the city of Buflo, and
that the publication be continued in said papers, once in
each week, for eight successive weeks, or at he cause
a copy of this order to be personally serd on the said
defendants who could not be served with supena, at
least twenty days before the time above prescribed for
their appearance
It is also ordered, that the order entered on the first day
of March, instant, in this cause, r the appearance of
defendants herein be vacated. Cop.
30F8 SAM. L. EDEN Clerk

T iHE people oftr e state of New York, by the graeof
God free and independent, o the widow and heirs
of John Carver, late of the tow of Clarkson the
county of Moiroe, deceased, greeting -'
You ore hereby cited to appear before our snroga of
our county of Monroe, in our surrogate urt, on the
thirtieth dny of May next, at ten o'clock in the foreoon
of that day, at the surrogate office in Rochester, t
and thi re to show cause why letters ofadinitratioit
the goods, chattels and credit of He said ,ohn Carer,,
deceased, should not be granted to Samuel Mead, a cred-
tor of said deceased, who as applied for the sam
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal ofoe
of our said surrogate to b hereunto a d
[L. S.] Witness, Mortimer F. Delanoesq., surrogate f
the said county, at BRoches er, tle thirtiehdy
of March, in the year o ou rd one th
eight hundred and thirty-eigh
30F6 "M.F. DELANO, Surogate.
IJUHSUAN T to an order of James Hooker, eq. ur
it rogale of Dutchess couty, noticeI hereby given,
llat all persons having claims against estate of n
jamin Fry, late of the town ofAmnia in said o
deceased, are required to exhibit the same with the voh-
ers thereof, to the undersigned, administrator of sad es-
tate, at his place-of residence in t town of Amei o
or before the first day of October net, or in default th -
of their c aims will be debarred and eluded from PAY
ment by said administrator out ofs estate. Datedti,
30th day of Marchi, 1838. HENRY RUNDLE,
3OF6fm Administrator, &. of said deceased

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SL iUEAIE COUtT-Jolm C. orrison, vs. el
W. Carpentex C.A.ThorpAt'y.
On filing the writ ofscire facis in this a andte
return of the sheriff of Chenago county thereon, order-
ed, on motion of C. A. Thorp, plaintiff's attorney tat
said Carpenter appear and plead thereto within tw ty
days after the last publicationof such rule, of which rle
a certified copy shall be pulished for four weeks succes-
sively in the state paper. March 31st, 183.
1 certify above is a true copy oft rule entered in the
clerk's office in Utica, in above cause.
30F4 J.SAVAGE, Clerk.

N oTICKE-The special ard limed partnershipi ma
and entered into on the rineteenth day of June, i
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hnded
thirty-four, for the purloe of carrying on and transacting
mercantile business at the viagef Little Falls in th
court r y (of Herkinier, by and btwe the subsribrs,
to expire by its own limitatin n the nineteenth dyf
June, A. 1). 1839, has been thisday dissolved by mutual
consent of the subscribers, to tke effect immediately, and
pursuant to the statute utorisin special and Iit
partnerships. Dated this 2d day o April A. D. 138.
38F4w ENRY Md .

A T a court of chancery held for the stae of ew Yok,
at the village ot'L( ckport in the couty oNiagara,
on the twenty-first day of March one thousand eight
hundred and thirty-eigiht-Present ,
-chancellor of the ehth circuit
Wesley Brown, comwplai ant, V. Horace Gaylo,
and The City Bank of Bualo defi-ndant.
It appearing by affidavit to te satisfaction ofhis or
that the defendant Horace 0. Gayord resides ot of this
state, but within the United States, or ome one of the
territories thereof, or in one of the pr es of Canad-
on motion of .; r. Henry WV. Rogers, solicitor for the o-
plaiinant, it is ordered, that said Horace Gayod.
cause his appearance to be enrel, andnotice thereof to
be served on the con plainan's solicitor within four
months from the date of thisorder, and in ase of- his ap-
pearance that hie cause his answer the complainant's
bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served on tl
complainant's solicitor within forty days after service of
a copy of said bill, and in default thereof said bill of o-
plaintmay be taken as confessed by him: and it is fur
thlier ordered, that within twenty days the said complain-
ant cause this order to be published in the state paper and
in thle Buffalo Daily Conimercial Advertier, and that
said publication be continued in each othe said papers,
at least once in each week fr eight weeks in succes-
sion; or that lie cause aI copy fthis order to lersonly
served on the said Horace Gaylord at leat tweny
days before the time above described for hisappr-
ance. Copy.
30F8 SAML. L. SELDEN, Clerk.