Daily Albany Argus
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Title: Daily Albany Argus
Alternate Title: Albany Argus
Daily city gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Croswell & Van Benthuysen
Place of Publication: Albany N.Y
Creation Date: November 13, 1839
Publication Date: 1827-1856
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Albany (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Albany County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Albany -- Albany
Coordinates: 42.652594 x -73.757314 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Micro Photo Div., Bell & Howell Co.
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.
General Note: "Republican," 1827-1833; "Democratic," 1834-1856.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Albany Argus & daily city gazette
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Succeeded by: Atlas & Argus (Albany, N.Y. : Daily)

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E. CRO3 WELL, Prixter to the S tate.
0. It. VAN BENTHUYSEN, pro1 .itors"
THOS. M. BURT, Proetor.
Office No. 370 South Market street. l'GCounting
Room in. the second story.

DAILY ALBANY ARG US-Eight dollars per annum,
payable half yearly.
per annum, payable in advance.
ALBANY ARGUS, WEEKLY-Two dollars per annum,
payable in advance; without which no paper will be sent;
no subscriptions received for less than six months.
No paper will be discontinued, (unless at thediscretion
of the proprietors,) until all arrearages are paid.
Terms of Advertising by the Square in Daily.
[Sixteen lines or less make a square.]

I Square, 1 day,
66 2 6
Is 3 it
4 4 d6
it 5 i
64 6 64
6i 2 weeks,
ii 3 ii

$0 50
0 75
1 00
1 13
1 38
2 131
2 88

I Square, 1 month, 03 00
6 weeks, 4 50
2 months, 5 00
3 6 ()
"t 6 10 00
9 15 00
1 year, 20 00
(Paper not included.)

0 Insolvent notices inserted six weeks for 81,67; ten
weeks for $2. Other legal notices are charged at the rate
of 50 cents per folio (of 100 words) for the first insertion,
and 20 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. In
all cases, payment is required in advance.
All letters and communications must be post paid.

OFHARTFORD, Conn offers toinsure buildings,
goods, merchandise, and personal property generally, a-
gainst loss or damage by fire, with thie assurance to the
public, that all its transactions shall be conducted in a
manner worthy of their confidence.
THOS. K. BRACE, President.
S. L. Loomis. Secretary.
COR'S TEN BROECK, Agent, Albany,
fe8-6m Office Atheneum Building.

N OTICE-All perons indebted to thie estate of the
late Stephen Van Renselaier deceased, are request-
ei to make payment, at the officeoftheestate in the town
of WVatervliet; and all persons having demands against
said estate are requested to present them at the same
place for settlement. WVatervliet. April 25th, 1839.
ap26-tf Executors.
DOMESTIO DRY GuODS, at the old stand of William
Baglev, No. 384 S. Market, corner of Hudson street,
B. F Moseley. Albany.
A. B. Van Gaasheek. 5
N. B.-Merino Shawls. Clothsand Cassimeres. ap3

EXPEC rORANT, for coug;B, col. s, con-ump ion,
asthma, .-pilting of blood, hoarseness, whooping-cough,
dffi .ulty of hreathina, anid other pulmonary affections.
ani speedy cure for dysentery, diarrhea, cholera mor-
bus. &c &c
THE TONIC VERMIFUGE-A peasant, safe and
certain pr, paration for the removal of worms, dyspep-
sia, sour stomach, fever and ague, want of appetite, and
ail diseases of debility, especially of the stomach and
bowels and organs of digestion. 'TPe above medicines
are sold genu ne at THE VARIETY STORE.
oc31 39-2 South Mayket st.

the subscriber will )e discharging Lehigh egg coal
from the vessel, all next week, at 86 50 per ton, deliver-
ed free of cartage. This coal is warranted to be of the
very first quality, minuid from the celebrated Room
Runk Mines," and in quality equal to any coal offered in
this market. C. LIVINGSTON,
oc86 599 South Market street.
TED-rhe sulscriters are now selling coal at vari-
ous prices, from 86 to 3 per ton. delivered in any part
of the city. Philadel!phia Bank notes received in payment
for coal, at a low discount.
oc24 No. 84 Pier.
BOOK OF THE BOUDOIR, tor 1840; the
Court of 1Queen Vicioria. Po traits of the ladies
of t'lhe court, engraved by the Fiidens, with illustrations
in verse. superbly bound in morocco and gold, imperial
ThsIris. Prose, Poetry and Art, for 1840, with large
and beautifully engraved plates in a new and unique
style, edited by Mry Russell Mitford; large quarto in
morocco and gold.
Gems ofBeauty, for 1E40; 12 splendid plates, with il-
lustratios in ver e, by the Countess of Blessington, in
green silk and gold; quarto
B ok of Cistumines. for 1840; character and costume in
Turkey and Italy; 21 illustrations, richly bound in moroc-
co and gold, large quarto.
Thesesuperb works have arrived and may be seen at
WV. C. LITTLE'.' Bookstore,
oc31. corner State st.
rTHE ANNUALS-The Gemso" Beauty, dis,,luy-
ed in a series of twelve high y finished engravings
of various subjects, from designs by Edward Corbloul.i,
esq., ith f neiful illustrations in verse, by the Countess
6f BlessiHgton.
The Literary Souvenir, a Christmas and New Year
present for 1840, edited b V Win E Burton, illustrated
with thirteen elegant cnravings. For sale at
oc3t 0. STEELE S Bookstore.
1C0OAL DUST-The subscriber has now on hand
100 Lons Coal Dust, suitable for brickmakers' use.-
For sale at market prices by C. LIVINGSTON\,
jel3 No. 12 Exch inge. State st.
An assortment of Military Hats and Chapeaix de
Bras, of the newest style, superbly trimmed, for field and
staffofficers, of every grade, at
an1l3 377 South Mark,-t-street.
A Synopsis of 'atnral History embracing the natu-
ral history of animals, with human and animal physiolo-
gy. translated from the. French by T. Wyatt.
Cutler on ban aging wounds.
Treatlsi on Medical Philooh!hy, by C. Ticknor.
Realities of Life sketches designed for the improve-
went of the head and the heart.
John Smith's Letters, with pictures to match.
Life of Wm Cowpt r, by Robert Southey,2 vols.
Philosophy of Courtship and Marriage. se
/ TIOINS-A splendid assortment, among which.
Share iwo very old and rare instruments, just recei
ed attb Depot, 290 North Market st. ocl
t received this morning, a :ase of rich colored and
blue black silk velvets. New York Store, 431 S. Mar-
ket st. oc25

LIFE l1 tHEALTH!-'l'he unparalleled reputation
which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restora-
live is the most unquestionable proof that can be given
of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almost
every class of diseases. The number of letters received
from patients recovering through their means is really
prodigious, and the complaints which they have cured
are almost as varied as they are numerous. But still
there are soma in which they are more especially bene-
ficial than in others; and among those may be named the
too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels,
such a" Cholic, Flatulence and Indigestionf, for which
they are not only a certain but immediate cure.
It is well known that from the disarrangement of the
stomach .md the bowels, arise nine-tenths of all the mal-
adies of an adult and declining life; that this is the foun-
dation of Ffatulency, Spasmodic pains, Indigestion, loss
of appetite, &c., and that those in their turn give birth to
Dropsy Liver Complaint, Consumprion, and habitual
lowness of spirits: therefore, Peters' Pills being the very
east medicine which has ever been discovered for the in-
cipient diseases of the intestines, are necessarily the su.
#et preventive of these dreadful, and also those gene-
ral disorders, which embitter mature life and drag so ma-
ny mrttions to untimt ly graves.
In speaking thus, l)r. Peters arrogates nothing to him-
self thitta* not been conceded hy the publlic. He is no
needy quackor unknown speculator, who comes before
Ihe world as h4is own herald and witness, hut is placed in
a responsibility of situation by the patronage which he
has enjoyed for six years, and which is increasing to an
extent unprecedented in the annals of medicine, that
makes him careful to assert nothing which is not borne
out by the most infallible proof, and hence he does not
fear to be put to the test in any thing which hlie has pro-
uised respectlin. his Pills.
Dr. Peters is most happy to be able to state on the au-
thLiity of a great number of regular physicians, that
wherever his Vegetable Pills have been introduced, they
bave almost superseded the adoption of mercurial exper-
Iments, for their peculiar faculty in sweating the blood,
and stimulating it to expel all noxious juices, atd in giv-
Ing strength and tone to the nerves, prevents disease
from acquiring that strength which must be got under, if
at all, by dangerous remedies. He does not pretend that
tley are a positive cure, or even beneficial In every com-
--plawt. but he most firmly believes that in a1ll diseases
where a cathartic or aperient medicine is needed, they
mm,: i.. e ,,,, .r g,,rrii nnr tO any of those drastic yurga-


VoeL. XV.

DYE ST-UFF', c.--ite subscribers ofler a
winolesale, at tne lowest prices for casmi or approved credit
an extensive assorunent of genuine DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, DYE STUFFS, &c.; aniong which are the fol-
Opium, Logwood,
Aloes, Nicaragua,
Camphor, Fustic,
Magnesia, Camwood,
Castor Oil, Copperas,
Brimstone, Blue itr-ol,
Sulphur, Oil do
Epsom Salts, White do
Glauber Salts, Madder,
Borax Crude, Indigo,
do Refined. Nutgalls,
Caluci i, Chromie Yellow,
Jalap, Cochineal,
Red Precipitate Annatto,
Liquorice Ball, Prussianit Blue,
do Root, Drop Lake,
Salt Petre, Aqua Fortis,I
Pink Root, Red and White Lead,
Cream Tartar, Rotten Stone,
Sulphate do Gum Copai,
Senna, do Mastic,
Rhubarb do Arabic,
Spirit Turpenuiu, do Myrrh
Lamp Black, Russia Isinglass,
Silver Black Lead, American do
Also, a quantity of India and English Seine Twine.
Druggists, Merchants and others will find it for their in-
crest to call before they purchase elsewhere.
J. & J. W. BAY,
my3 Cor. of State and South Market-sts.

PIANO FORTES--Several splendid instruments
from their unrivalled establishments of J. Chicker-
nlag & Co., Bost,,n, Nunnas & Clark, and Stodart, Wor-
cester & I)unham, New York, which for durability, rich-
ness of tone. and beauty of finish, are unsui passed by
any Piano Fortes made in the United States. All in-
struments sold at this establishment are warranted per-
fect in every respect, and to remain so; arc sold at the
manufacturers' prices, and second hand instruments will
be taken in exchange at fair prices.
Piano Forte and Music Depot,
290 North Market st.
N. B. Catalogues of my choice stock of Music are now
ready for delivery. jy27
HIDES-2000 Buenos Ayres
1500 Rio Grand
1000 Santa Martha
1200 Tampico
1500 other salted and dry sole and upper
leather hides. African kip and salted and dry Patnas
Just received and for sale by
apl"-dac SEYMOUR & WOOD.

South Market street, beg to intimate that they have
made arrangements with an eminent European House for
the importation of Ladies' Straw Bonnets of the newest
shapes and styles, as they come out, of which they have
just receivedtheir first spring supply, consisting of single
and double straw Leghorn, Florence and Devon Braids,
&c. &c., all of the most fa-hionable shapes, trom 16s up-
wards. These goods having been imported on the most
favorable terms, P. & G. B. are enabled to offer them at
the New York wholesale prices, so that purchasers will
find it very much to their advantage to give them an in-
spection before buying.
SN. B. A liberal allowance will bemade to milliners and
wholesale buyers.
New YorK Dry Goods Store. ap5
LINENS-Rece'd this morning, Irish linen, 11-4
linen sheeting, lawns and linen cambric, at 3S4 S.
Market st., Commercial Buildings, by
.TEW BOOKS at 0. STEELE'S Bookstore-
Ll Sydney Clifton, or the vicissitudes of both hemis-
Aheres, a novel, in 2 vols.
Vols. 15 and 16 cheap edition of the Waverly Novels,
The World of Fashion, for June.
'he School Teachers' Manual, by Henry Dunn.
S dnll the new pnhiublications. iyl6

Morning a new supply of the latest and most beau-
"iful styles, which will be sold low at
v25 288 North Market st.
JUST PUBLISHED-A Diary in America, with
remarks on its institutions, by Capt. Marryatt, au-
thor of Japhet, Peter Simple, &c., for sale at
au3 0. 8 IlEELE'S Bookstore.

splendidassortment of hi-hly finished .Musioal In-
strumentsathis day received,consistina in part of Gui-
tars, a few ofwliichaire the most superb, boih in tone and
finish, ever offered in this city; prices from $6 to $75.-
A few very fineFlutes, from the manufactory of .lessrs.
Firth & Hall, who stand unrivalled for superiority of
tone and beauty offinisli; prices from 81 5(ito #50-with
i great variety of other instruments, at the depot, 290 N
Market st ie8
STORE. No. '28, North Market street, (between Teinm-
perance House and Stanwlix Hall.)
V. B. solicits your attention to a new and desirableas-
sortment of English, Irish, India, French and H-I)me
goods. which lie is enabled to sell on reasonable terms.
Having adopted t he method of doing tusinss for cash,
together with his experience in Europe, New York and
Albany, is quite satisfied he can maka it an object for
buyers to call, and afford to sell less than in ordinary ca-
Now in tore a variety of shawls, s81is and linens.-
Also, a handsome lot of French Needle Work, and atl-
most every kind of house keeping and dress goods. Will
be glad to show them at any time. je26
I HE subscriber having dissolved his business con-
. nexions with his I.-.te partner, F. McGuigan. requests
the patronage of the public at the Staills 7 and 8, Centrc
Market, heretofore occupied by them jointly. April *22d,
1819. ap24-tf HENKY CASSIDI)Y.
ILWUL'SS,%P J2 "13 IjAiNLJC ...'n'- -"-
I bY her has just received a new lot of Moosselint de
Laines of the latest styles, direct from thie importer, and
believes the patterns, quality and price cannot but please
everyone. Please call and see.
424 S. Market st., east side,
je8 corner of Division st.
ITS VICINIT'-Tihat our object may be clearly
understood, we consider it due t ourselves thus publicly
to state that we have not fixed upon Albany as a; t, nipo-
rary location, for the purpose of treating an excitemnen
by heaping a few goods upon our counters, giving out
that we are g )ing to stay but a short time, clothing our
elves in mystery, selling sonime descriptions of goods at
cost and less, that the unsuspecting public, seeing us as
through a glass darkly, may thus be humbugged and de-
ceived. No W- have not been bred in the New York
Canal st. philosophy of retailing dry goods, but from time
green banks of tihe Coniecticut, the land of steady ha-
bits," we come to establish ourselves upon thle broad
ground of equal aind exact justice to every individual, be-
ing assured by the unhappy experience of some of our
illustrious predecessors," that these are the only prin-
ciples whi,-h will survive the lapse of tinme-, and grow
righterr with each succeeding sun. In carrying ouial lihe
principles herein set forth, we do now adopt the on]l
true system of trade; and hereafter but one price will be
affixed to the same pieces of goods, anid, extraordinaries.
excepted, no abatement will be made. Our purchases
being all made with ca.h at the New York auctions, ata
respectable profit less than those who are compelled to
buy at a regular jobber's profit, our expenses bci ii g small.
(not being obliged to pay a thousand dollar rent), and
withal a disposition to work cheap, aire facilities which
few possess, and before which thie chivalry of the oppo-
sition must skip like lambs, and their emblazoned ban-
ners soou trail in dust before the onward progress of the
People's Store. [je6-tf I TALCO I T & CO).
NEW COOKING STOVE--The suuscribers,
N during the past winter, have got up an elegant, and
as they believe an invaluable Cooking Stive (four sizes).
dlenominated the STEAM CONDUCTOI, having four
boilers over the fire, a large ir-on oven upon the top of
Lhe stove, capable of baking at one time eight loaves of
bread and four pies, and will bake as well as an oven can
)ake. T'he stove is so constructed, that by a single mno-
tion it can be contracted in size to the wants of a small
family, or to suit the convenience of a small room. One
of itsgrealest excellencies consists however, in an ar-
rangement by which the steamt and fumines arising during
theprocess of cooking are conducted into thie s i.oke flue.
thus removing a great objection which has always .rxist
ed against cooking stoves. This we deemi a very impor-
tant improvement, and will commend itself to every
house keeper as a great desideratumn. In addition to the
above, we have a large assortment of Perfect Prentium
and Union Stoves, wilicil winll be sold as low as can be pur-
chased in any market. Also 'tanley's Rotary Stoves 20pr
cent less than offered y Stanley's agents in this city or
Albany. Church & Dana's Rotary Improved, with cast
iron oven, 25 per cent less than sold for the last season.
We have also a beautiful Parlor Stove (a ,new article),
Stanley's Parlor Stoves, nine plate, six plate hall and
box stoves ofvarious descriptions. Russia, English iund
Amp.ienn Sihiirt Iron Tin Piate and Conner .together


A CARD-The snubscriber would inform his frien
and the public, that he has taken ihe splendid store
No. '16 State street, (opposite the Museumi,) where lie
receiving a general assortment of Freinch, English an
Amencricatn fancy nud staple dry goods, 01 the latest impo
station and manufacture. Anmomg which may be found-
Rich Broche Shawls Broadcloths and cassimrer
Lnimbr'd lThibet do Sattine-s anid vesting
Raw silk do Irishhlinens
Crape do Linen sheetings
Chiarly do Danmask cloths and napkin
Dress hdkfs of every style Brown linen cloths
Scarfs Coli'd damask do
Ladles' cravats Russia diapers
SBIk Italian do LUnen oamthrica
Cotton do Linen cambric hdkfs
Blue blk silks, fig'd & plain Silk pocket do
Riclh cold P 1) :oie Jaconet and camnbric muslin
Striped glassia silks Swiss and book do
Fig'd silks Laces, edgings and inscrt'g
Light cold satins, forhats Italian sewing
do Bik bonmbazines Cotto n threads
Mousseline de laines Knitting cotton
Challies Spool cotton, wht and cold
French printed lawns Matrshall's patent thread
do do cambrics Bed ticking
do do muslins Col'd jeans
Calicoes of every descript'n Burlaps, &c. &c.,
Together with an extensive assortment of Millenery
goods, gibbons, WVhalenone, Reed, &c. &c.; all of which
will be sold at tIhe very lowest prices, either at whole
sale or retail. Albany, June l2th, 1839.

1 Ju i opened ;it 319 Northi Market street, opposite the
pot office, a complete assortmnent of fashionable fance
and staple dry gooils. Consisting n part of
Black and blue black figuredB3roadcloths
silks Cassimeres
Light and dark cold do Satinetts
Rich black and lue black Merino cassimneres
plain do Ermninetts
Light "tud lark cold do do Crape camnbiets
French printed niulls and India nankeens
muslins Linen drilling
WVhite and black ribb'd silk Dark jeans
ihopi Boys summer goois
)p0 n work sllk; do Rouen cassimeres
'lain English do Blue nankeen
French printed cambrics Irish linen
anibr'd thibet shawls Linen sheeting')
[tawsilkshawls Cotton do
renchcamels hatr do Marseilles quilts
Oihalle do Counterpanesl
Enbr'd crape do Fine sumnnier spreads
lernani do Superfine counterpanes
rench calicoes Cradle quilts '
rench ginghiamnis Toilet covers;
Vlhite merino shawls Cradle blankets
lack do do Rose blankets
scarlet do do Birds eye diaper
lack bombazine Russia do
I1k and blue black challe Damask linen table cloth
mourning mtuslins Colored table covers -
lack anid blue blk crape Colored counterpanesl
Vhite, pink, salmon do Table oil cloth
lack anid blue black crape Moreens
lcisse Furniture dimity
inen cambric hdkfs Silk anid gingham umbrella"
emrt stitch do Parasols
ancy shawls Cambrie dimity
mourning shawls Corded cambric
lue bl'k rihb'd cotton hose Swiss muslin
Vlhite open work cotton Scotch lawn
hose M1edium mnmuslin
oi'd rib'd cotton hose Bishops lawn
children's do Nansook muslin
lack and white cashmere Ilmitation linen cambric
shawls Linen lawn
lack Indiai satin Linen cambric
lack sil I canmblet Thibet shawls
ixed do do Light and dark calicoes
Thite satin Merino cloths
lack nankin crape Thread laces
lack crape vei s Worked edging and insert-
lue black do in.g
Corded skirts, India rubber aprons and table cloths, ja.
nctt and sarsnett camnbrics, black lace veils and saRawls.
ai bags, Italiaa sewing silks, &c. &e., all of which wil
Sold at the lowest current price, by
EmUi OFF & CO., No. 16
Green street, keep con-
santily on hand the fol-
Wviing articles, at wholesale and retail, or Simmde to order
time best possible mannner; their friends and the public
mnerally ate invitedI tocall arid exanmilne for lUemnselves.
I orders thankfully received aimd punctually attended to.
%VWhitewash Brushes,do heads
Fine grounit paint Brushes, coninimon do do
Sasli 'ools, scrubbing Brushies
Fine shine rushes, coiumnoi do
Dusters and hiearth biruslhes
Clothes irusiines, cosinlion and fina
Ornamental clothes brushes
Couiittion hair biruslhes; lancy hair do
Ornainmeniai hair brumihes
Shbving brushes, common and fine
Bronm bruslies
Clalmps and stove brushes, marking dc
Horse bruslies, connunoi and fine
Penetrating do. lhatters do
Soft finishing brushlies, hard do do
Curriers' scouring bruai-es
Blacking bruslies, paste do
Wheel brushes, popes heads!
Window brushes, dyers' do, lye do
Machine brushes made to order, i.
C.alh paid for Briattcs." mrl2-3m n
'IOVikS-'line undersigned would informn their
SIriends and customers and the trade generally, tiat
ry arc now prepared to onher for sale the following lots
stoves of the most elegant and approved patterns, and
naufactured Irom the best materma s, on the most libe- P
tem mms for cash or approved credit, viz:
LJUIJ Hathaway's Pat-nt Hot Air CooKing Stoves, ,
0i0 Ilaproved Drop Door Union do In
5U0 do Rotary do 1)
609 Six PllI;t ntoves, o
000 Corinithian Parlor Stove, the most splendid arti- t
un ni rkc tI
Ulso T'u Flate, Sheet Iron, Copper, Iron Wire, Zinc, a
mck Tin. nrtghsih and Russia stove pipe, and stove fur- h
ure oftevery descripltion, &c. &'r.
e29 DE GROFF & SHEAR, 14 Statest. h

CONDUCt'ING COUKI.IG S l'OVE-lThe subscri-
bers invite the attention of the public to a new article
which ;iey are now prepared to famrnish to the city and
country trade. Having so often heard thIe objections
which house-keepers bring against stoves liert,-tofolbre in
us-, we have carefully sLudied inU making the stove to re-
duce to practical use the experience of those best quali-
lied to judge: and we comililently believe, that whatever
merit other stovesm:inay lihaveclaimed,the ST'-;;A m CON-
DUCTOti will be found to stamld unrivalled in utility and
beauty, and ifits f 'cilities fir culinary purposes are the
measure of its popularity, it must supersede all others
aow in use. 'The stove is arranged for four boilers, one
or more roasters, with the largest iron oven which, toour
knowledge, has ever been attached to a cooking -tove.-
In addition to the above, we have introduced into the
Steam Conductor a very simple and novel contrivance
which carries offI the sleamn atid fumes arising from thnt
bowlers in the process of cooking.
Every family in which Cooking stoves have been used.
can testify that the unpleasant fumes generated in th(
process ofcooking, and spieeading throughout the houLse,
constitute a serious and palpable objection to then, but
in this .rtrucle those faults are ellectually remedied. This
-tove is also capable of oeinig contracted by a single mo-
tion to suit the convenience ofa small room, when tilne
back boilers are not required to be in use, andl when cou-
tracted it occupies no more space than a cuomnmon two
boiler stove. We invite a rigid examination ofthiequil-
ityofthestove-for beauty of model it certainly has no
150 tons Amnerican Pig Iron, hot blast,
75 do Scotch do, in lots to suit purchasers.
C. H. READ & CO.,
je5 217 lLvcr street, Trroy.

NEW MiUSIC-A large and excellent assortment
Received yesterday. he following, among others:
Songs, with Piano accompaniment:
rTIie dreams of te past fade before me.
A modest blooming flower. These are two beautiful
songs from the opera Farinelli," by Barrett.
Pieces fo. thie Plan,, only:
Gallopade. I'rom Sominanibula, alla quick step,
Blenheim Valtz, by Lamimer,
Slide WValtz, Trumpet Waltz.
oungs. withI Giitar a commpaniment:
The brave ohil oak; Joy Green; Some love to roam;
Carrier Dove; Gentily, oh gently, duett; together with
all of the Amihlia songs, and many ohier new pieces.
The whole of the operas La Somnambula, Fral)ivolo,
A-milie, 11 Pirata. Also duetts for two flutes, and flute
and piano. Also new music for tie accordion, and k gen-
eral assortment ot popular and fashionable music of eve-
ry description, at the )Depot, 290 N. Market st je2ti

.1 it C'IHP IJ %.'I V1A I fCf HONE\Jl^ AN NV 1 n VV. I- 17-'tT,_

D~istnicn of New i ork. -
This is to certify that the copy rights for the wrappers,
and for the descriptions and directions to use, Hays' Lin-
incnt, wero secured in this office in the ye-ir 1838, by
Comstock & Co., and inhve not been obtained by any oth-
er person since that (late or before.
Fred.J. Betts, Clerkof U. S. Court.
Sole Proprietors, 2 Fletcher st., New York.
N. B. All persons that advertise Hays' Liniment for
is, will please attach thIe above leaded to the advertise-
nent. [Our custonwra'are requested to hand in the a-
).,ve to the newspaper offices.
For sale by most respectable Drn!gists. jy25
T HE HUMAN HAIR-Where tihe hair is ob-
Sserved to be growing thin, nothing can be in more pre-
posterous than the use of oils, grease. or any fatty mat-
er. Their application can only berecommended through
he grossest ignorance, as they hasten the fall of the hair,
)y in-reasing he relaxation of the skin. When there
notim h v-se,,eh,.I' V, r,.n callmy .sii'i'n.i.,rg d t -
Instructed, then the oils. &c.. may be good, as they tend
o r-laxtheskin; but alone they are of no avail. There
niust be a stimulus to rouse the vessels from their torpor,
ind quicken thie current of the blood.-Extract from Clire-
ughli's Treatise on the Hiir.
The Balmin of Columbia is thoonly preparation that can
iave tliat effect, being entirely free from any oily sub-
CAUTION--None can be genuine without a splendid
teel plate engraving, on which is the Falls of Niagara,
.nd Dr. Comstock's, the Ainerican agent's n.nme, &c.
I had unfortunately lost nearly all the hair from the
op of my head when I commenced thIe use of the Balm
if Colunmbia, and have by the use of two bottles had nmy
iead covered with a fine growth of hair. There can be
1o mistake in the matter, as any of my friends can see
iy calling on me. I hadalso become quite gray, but had
he gray hairs plucked out, and it has grown in, as the
Bahin says, of the naturalcolor. If any body doub,-ts these
acts, let them ci;l upon nite and sec. I bought the Balm
3f Comstock & Co., 2 Fletcher street.
No. 19 Coenties Slip, Agent of Detroit Line.
New York, Nonv. 9, 1838.
New York, Sept. 28th, 1838.
I have been entirely bald daring 13 years, and I have
now, by tie use of the genuine Balmn of Coluimbia, my
eaid covered with fine hair. I shall be happy to convince
he itost incredulous who will take thetrouble to call at
ny house. I have bought the article of Comnistock & Co.,
I Fletcher street. J. P. SCH\II)LIN(G.
47 Attorney street.
CAUTION.--None can be genuine without a splendid
iteel plate emigr.iving, on which is tile Falls of Niagara,
and l-)r. Comnstock's, the American agent's, name, &c.
Bold by CosMTI'OCK & CO.,
No. 2 Fletcher st., New York.






AT a courtofchan :.ery hlieldfor thi site ol'.\ew york,
at the city of New York, on the seventh day of Oc-
tober, one ihoious nil eight hundred and thirty-nine-Pre-
sent, William T. MCoun, viee chancellor of the first
Ferdinand W. Ostraniler and Sarah Ann his wife, vs.
Kot rt Dubois, John Wright Diubois, Thomas Burrows
I)ubois, Theodorus Bailey Dubois, Nathaniel -hultz
Duliois anid Cli rlotte Augusta I ibhois.
On reading the bill of >ornolaint liled in this cause,
whereby it appears among other things that Leahi Cor-
wmin of the city of New York, late de'easvd, graitmno-
ther ofthe coniplainant, Sarh Ann Os raid, r, and of all
the above namrned deiendfants, was in her life time and
at the time of her death, seized in fIe simple ,ofand in
all that certain piece or lt of land in thie city of New
York afresaid, tand situate and being the southwe-ter-
ly corner of M,,ore anid Front streets, and called number
live in Front street, andameasures northerly by said street
thirty-three feet and eleven and a half inches, easterly
on Moore street twenty-nine feet and seven inches,
southerly by property of Saiamuel Frost thirty-five feetand
oneincli, and westerly by property ofthe estate of Wil-
l ianim Hylyer twenty-iine f:et aid one inch, as said lot
was surveyed 1ly E. M. Bridges, city surveyor; that the
said Leah Corwin beings seized ofthelands and pr.m-
ises above mentioned, diil on the twenty-third day of
February, one thousand eigilt hundred andi thiiry eight,

I. o, .T 1. L. u r ,'i vi eivwi je e lia S ut3 i tunly gounu,
From which stubborn fact it is e'en more th in hinted,
That hle [ bears thie pahlin for the "tip ofthe to'n"!
Nay, more-Rumor says there's a growing suspicion
That He and Dame Fashion have managed-nay driven
A bargain aye, even n bold coalition,
To shine at Three hundred and seventy-seven!
Be this as it may, the heart cheering, gay "season
Of flowers" is approaching-there's no doubt of a;
And he 'galnst good taste would be guilty of treason
Who'd welcoine in May Day without a new hat.
If anght can be wanting to call men's attention
To neatness, and with their cominpeers to be even,
Let them ponder these facts, of which Mayell makes men
And call at Three hundred and seventy-seven! aplE
A 0 CHURCH BELLS-The subscriber con-
tinutsto cast to order Church and other Bells
Sof all sizes, the quality of which hie will gua-
-= rantee are not surpassed in point of sound or
A& -,lua;ily in this-country. Castij-.,-- ....... -'
PATENt CASi .1,f jL -,.-, -oN BUSHES-The
subscriber has invented a mode of manufacturing tine a-
bove at ticles, which not only effects a very great saving
of labor, but produces thie article much improved in qual-
iiy; and havig obtained letters patent of the U. States,
for securing to himself die exclusive Ibenefit of said in-
vention, he is now enabled to afford them, in any quanti-
ty which may be wanted, of very superior quality, and at
lower prices tithan they can be afforded without the aid of
his labor-saving improvement. And as some persons
have expressed a disposition to avail themselves of his
invention, setting hins patent at defiance-Therefore, no-
tice is hereby given, that any such infringement on his
patent right, will be treated with the utmost severity wf
tLie law; and those who deal in the said articles, are cau-
.ioned not to purchase those which have been manufac-
tured by thie fraudulent use of his invention, as they can
gain nothing thereby, and may subject themselves to seri-
ous loss. mr23-6m LEWIS ASPINWALL.
IREMIOVAL-The subscribers give
3Nh^ notice to their customers and thepub-
lie, that they have opened a Ware
-Room for the sale of Carpenters'. Join-
ers', Cabinet lMaker.' anid Coach Ma-
kers' Tools, at No. 9S State street, first door below the
American Hotel, where they have on hand and intend to
keep an extensive assortment of the above articles, which
they will sill at moderate prices, at wholesale or retail.
N. B. Their old establishment in Lancaster st. will be
-ontinued as tie Plane Factory. The finished wonk will
;)e kept only :ft thielabove place in State st. jel3
tILUE BLK GRO DE ROYAL, grodeswiss.
gro de paris, poulL do sole, EnglishU lustrings and
lig'd repse satin silks, comprising one of the most splen-
did assortmentls of ulue hlk silks ever offered in this mar-
ket, at the cheap store of
aui2 TALCOTT & CO.
COMPLAIFT, Coughs, Col Is, Asthma, Difficulty of
Breathing, Pains mn tne Side or Breast, Spitting of Blood,
Uatarrhis, Palpitation ot tile Hleart, Oppression and Sore-
ness of tie Chest, WVhooping Ciugli, Pleurisy, Hectic
Fever, Night Sweats, Difficultor Profuse Expectoration,
and all oilither affectionis of tile Chest, Lungs and Liver.
fering as I have for three years with these diseases, I
f ,:el from my heart for all persons equally unfortunate,
and tlierefore, I beg uf then, if they lov,; liie and ilealthh;
It they lovetneir families and friends; not to lay and die
under thi- hands of mercury dotoris or their useless trash,
but try Dr. T ,ylor's Balsam uf Liverwort. This medi-
cine cured me when I was so ill 1 could riot turn over in
bed without assistance, and tne mineral doctors said 1
could not live a week, yet ihis vegetable medicine cured
mie in six weeks-I h id a hacking cough, pain in theside,
raising of matter, night sweats, and wasted to the bone;
also, inward fever, J. B. Mills,
Milkman, Newtown. L. I.
a long time I su:ered with these diseases, anid was tlne
more alarmed as 1 bad lost two brothers and two sisters
with the consumption. 1 had thi bvst medical advice in
vain; every mcinedy was tried without effect, and I was
almost in ,lespair. I was wasting away, very nervous,

The Mechanics' Fair, held at Castle Garden, N. York,
1838, awarded ihe First Premium, a Silver Medal and a
Diploma, to Hawes & Baker, proprietors of l'armelee's
Unrivalled Cooking Stoves. The public generally, and
stove dealers in particular, are invited to call and exam-
ine these stoves, as they are pronounced by all competent
judges to be the best article for culinary purposesever ex-
aibmted in this country. The unparallelled patronage
from every section of tCie Unitedl states where they have
bentm in use, is the best evidence of their approval, having
been but 18 mnotinths in thie market and tested by upward*
ef FIVE THOUSAND persons, who have used the Ro-
tary, Premium, Union, and various other patterns; all of
whom now concur in the opinion that Parmelee's Patent
Cooking Stove xeels every description heretofore offer-
ed to the public. In corroborationofthe above, we an-
nex i thiirenort of t hr" P lmi .f-, "" th,> iM... i- i" ..
Tle following is t Juges' eport:-" A patnt Coolk.-
ing Stove, on a superior plan, and calculated in tlhe best
manner to economist heat-charge and discharge fuel, and
perform all culinary operations. The fuel is in two sepa-
rate chambers. Its excellence rests in the ability to use one
or two fires at a time, and inlthe simplicity of its arragas-
mentsfor disvhar ging, and for shifting the apparatus.-
Hawes & Baker, Albany. SILnvRN MEDAL."
For sale, wholesale and retaiil, at No. 5 Green street,
Albany. Also Union and Premium Stoves at very re-
duced prices, together with Copper. Tin and Sheet Iron
my4 No. 5 Green st.

The unfortunate are respectfully informed that the Al.
bany Lock Hospitial, established and modelled after tIhe
much cet-lebrated European Lock Hospitals, has many
years since been founded at Head Quarters, No. 3 Nor-
ton street, Albany, N. Y. To those unacquainted with
this institution, it is necessary to mention that it has for
its object tlie cure of all such diseases as syphilis, scro-
fula, strictures, diseases of the urethra, luimnago, fluor
aiibus, impotency, diseases of the womb, seminal weak-
ness of both sexes, nodes, caries of the bones, gon-
orrhcea, gleets, witn all veueral complaints in general,
etc. etc.
Persons, ignorant of the nature of the disease, are not
aware that many stages mark its progress from the coinm-
mniencement to its full development, originating in a
mustsimple form, and through neglect or injudicious
tieatunent, assunme a more aggravated state of disease and
occasion albscess, ulceration, psucdo syphilis, cancer,pre-
minature old age, too often ending in a protracted incurable
state of miserable exi tence.
This institution is under the superintendence and mnan-
agement of PRoFErssOR COOKE, M. D., D. D., LL D, of
the city of Albany, N. Y., who will give his personal at-
tendance at the Dispensary, attached to the institution,
at all hours, to invalids requiring his professional servi-
ces. He having had much more experience in this branch
of medical practice than usually falls to the lot of any
one member of I he profession, therefore feels such confi-
dence (if his ability to give universal satisfaction, thatjhe
assures all applicants ione need despair of a complete
The unfortunate therefore, who have suffered from the
want of success by those less experienced, are invited to
visit the Hospital, which only requires to be known to
be suic of support, where the most perfect secrecy may
bedepended on, and the utmost privacy will attend those
who call. 1The whole house is exclusively appropriated
to the use of patients, who will always lie received into
separate apartments, and at no tim.', unless at tie. re-
quest of the patient, will a tuird party be permitted to be
Professor COOKE has a number of handsomely furn-
ished private chamianbers, at No. 33 Green st., where lie
will receive gentlemen who may require medical aid.-
Residing himself on the premises, he will thereby be en-
abled to dedicate more than ordinary attention to his pa-
tients. Gentlemen will find it both convenient, as well
,.s economical, in all case of disease, to retire to these
fNruished rooms.
As long as Professor Cooke desires to benefit the public
it is proper lie should continue his advertisement, for the
,ngood of atran er. :as it iis well known i hatr o.,t anr* e.-


oc25 372 S. Market st, Argus Building.

FOR THE HAIR-The best preparations for the
human hair are for sale at
oc25 392 South Market st.
leceived this u1110111iig at tue .Nc\v YVrk ture, rich
heavy silks for ladies' cloaks, invisible green, marone,
dark brown, olive and other colors.
P. & G. BROWN'S,
, oc'25 434 South Market st.
(IANTON FLANNELS-A superior article for
'I-HE subscribers have received from the Delaware
L Coal Company, by the schr. Silvia Highee, now ly-
ing in front of their office, No 84 Pier, a cargo of Peach
Mountain Coal, which they will sell at $8 per ton, deliv-
ered, broken andscreened, ini prime order, to purchasers.
Those desirous of purchasing are requested to send In
their orders immediately. This is the only cargo of real
Peach Mountain Cdal which has been offered to the pub-
lic, direct from tihe vessel, this year.
CEDAR WARIE-A large supply of cedar tubs
and chlurns just received and for sale at
se13 392 South Market st.
telligent lad to assist in a Dry Goods Store. One
who can board at home und resides near the store, would -
be preferred. Enquire at VAN BENTHUYSEN'S,
sBel) 288 N Marinet st.
R ODGERS9 CUTLERY-A fine assortment of
Rodgers & Son's Knives, Razors and Scissors, just
received and for sale at No. 40 State st., by
department of te Baziae r has been restocked with
a large assortment of Door. Hall and Parlor Mats, com-
prising every variety. U. S. BAZAAR,
sei 324 N. Market st.. near P. Office
'HE ladies andti gentlemen of this city anil it einvi-
S rons are invited to examine a new and desirable
stock of dry goods, just opened at
near Temperance House.
N. B' New goods will be corning in during the week,
and will be sold for cash at New York prices. Those
who will favor us with their confidence, may rely upon
being well served. se6l
at tke iNew York Diy Goods Store this morning, a
few pieces brocade changeable silks, of beautiful light
colors and newest fall styles. Also, small plaid silks,
dark colors, India satins, &c.
oc17 P. & G. BROWN.

UOOTHOUT maketo order and keep co;istant-
ff \ly on hand, the above instruments on the
most approved construction. They would
call the attention of surveyors to their IMPROVED
COMPASS, which is almost equal to a Theodolite, inas-
much as angles can be taken without the needle. A ngles
of elevation can lie taken with precisely the same accu-
racy as horizontal angles It has two verniers, one for
the graduate circle, the other for thIe needle, both of which
aredivided to one minute of a degree. Their Levt-lling
instruments they warrant to be equalto any twat can be
hand in the United States or England. THEODOLITES
of various prices, from $75 to $500. Town Clockb awl
Brass Eight Day Clocks for houses.
They stillcontinueto cast CHURCH BELLS
iq of superior tone, with cast iron yokes, and
warrantedto stand. Also, Steamboat ani Fac-
4Q tory Bells of all sizes, constantly on hanid.
Copperand BrassCastings of every description.

e, Alr AltlNE bIlOt.-W-ILLIAM V. MANY (for FOR YOUNG LADIES, No. 95 N. Market st. I(Iarr will cot nre day, tie 3dofSep-
is m terly morning, Norton & Co.), manufactures to order The next quarter will commeneeomn Monday, 2d of~ep- temimber next. Arrangements have been made to accomn-
nd IRON CASTINGS FOR GEARING MILLS & FAC- tember next. modatea lhtrzer unmbereof scholars from abroad.
r rORIES, of every description. Also, MALT MILLi, The course of instruction is designed to embrace all 'I hisinstiuton mn(loUnrdedt n t leyearlr4,amiioccupyii
- MASHINGMACHINES, STEAMENGINES,and RAIL the various branches of a complete female education.-- spaciousand elegant edficeeyrected.especially forits ac.
es ROAD CASTINGS of every description. The collec Pupils connected with the school will be admitted to the Cm ionm)coipr exclsiv hechtssesconiposea
tion ofPATTEIINSofMACHINERYis notequalledir lt'ectures ofthe Albany Medical College, on Chemistry, of thosepkinpls troitIliein-rhdepartnmteit.pursitmingthe
the United States. Mineralogy, Geology and Natural History, byvProf Em- studdvoftile French an d 1,'ilangags, Natural Histo-
The followingarticleswil! be kept constantly for salt mons; also, to an extra course on Natural Philosophy,by ry,(hunmistry atd ottany, six deparilnteins, three of
is st the Furnace, ad furnishedatshiortnotice, viz: POT Prof. Hopkins of Williams College. which are sit ,ivided. arid the iWhole tinder the charge of
ASH KETTLES, single and double bottoms, from 56 tu Thle lectures will commence early in the season, and Sixteen profes0sorsmand teachers,andsubject to umotlitlyvis.
l40gallons,CAULMDRONSfrom ltol3barrels, HATTEIRS be continued through the fall and winter. italions by coTmmnitte-es ooft I-ltard of trnstees.
and SOAP BOILERS,' KETTLES, BAI'B MiLLS, PA The proprietors pledge their best exertions to merit The course oflinstruction is designed tothe useful ano
PER MILL and other SCREVS, PRESS PLATES confidence and patronage. pra-ci ial, and to enbrace all te various branches of a
OVEN MOUTHS and FURNACE DOORS, HAND Circulars containing further information, terms of in- comhltenplIem(aeemucttimon.
PUAIPS, single and double FORCING PUMPS, WAG struction, &c. &c., may be had of tine proprietors, L. The institutithontist'rniishiedwith maps, charts, globes,
s GiON, CART anud POST COACH BOXES, SAI-It SPRAGUE PARsONs.andm ELIZABETH PARsoNs, No. 2u55N. models,a sunperiorchennicnl annld philosophical apparatus,
WE1IGHTS, 7,14,25,28,30,50,56, and 601lb. WEIGHTS, "nlarket st where application for admission may be made, and ain etXtensive library, containing ahout six thou-
s FORGE HAMMERS, SLEIGH SHOES, STOVES or toeitherof the following gentlemen of this city, to sand volumes; in addition to which, in each tie
HALL SCRAPERS, PORTABLE FURNACES, I IAW whoinn reference may had, viz: three lower departments, is a smallerlibrary,ch ti.fulv
d tER IRONS, MANDRILLS for Coppersinitlis, BOOK Rev. Wmn. B. Sprague, D. D. selected, with reference to the capacities ad attainment a
BINDERS, and NOTARIAL or SEAL PRESSES. Hon. D. D. Barnard, LL. D. ofthe younger pupils instructed tin them.
W. V. M. having an extensive asortmnent of Plougi, Prof. Emmons, M.D. Annp.earrangentents have been made, under such regu.
d Patterns, embracing almost every kind in use, keep Rev. Isaac N. Wyckoff, D. D. latimns its thIe trustees feel confident will provesatisfacto-
constantly on hand the following Plough Castings, viz. Reference is also made to Rev. President Day and Pro- ry to parents, in the establisimnment, connected with tihet
Starbuck's No. 1,2 & 3D Trice's No. 2 A fessor Silliman of Yale College, ortoanyother members families respectively of te rinipal d Professor
Clute'sNo, 1 &21-3 Wright'sNo. 0, 1,2& of the faculty; James A Hillhouse, esq., Rev. Leonard NaturalPhilosophy, as wells in several private families ,
Bryant'sNo. 1, 2, 21, 3, & 4. Hudson's No. 2, D Bacon, and Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, New Haven, Conn.; for the accomiiodaition of 'pil s from a distance. And
Gibson's No.2, 3, 4, 5 & 6. Russell's No. 2. Rev. D. L. Parmelee, Trauy Peck, esq., WVellsR. Bying- in view of thne increased and ificreasing number of pupils
Wood's (or', Wood's C. S. 1, 2 &3 ton and Sheldon Lewis, Bristol, Conn.; Judge Cushman fromadisance it proerto add, thaduringthe present
Freeborn's l,2,3a&4 A chamberlain's o., th istanceitis;properto
Freeborn's (or Woo4Cha erlain's o.3. and Thomas Reed, esq, '1roy; Rev. Robert Baird, Chas. yearthnesearrangements have been consider lly extended.,C
Also-The celebrated Side-Hill Plough, No. I and 2. Haddock, M. D. and Matthew P. Read, esq., New York .. ""enenurreny ayoungladvrorboard andL ition,
Country Founders can be supplied with PIG IRON city; Rev. T. MeKmight, D. D. and Rev. John Kennl dy, including allthe studies ta hlt in the Academiy, twill not ,
FIRE BRICK, COAL,AMBOY SAND and CLAY. Philadelphia; Rev. WVin. Neill, Germantown, ia.; ,iei. exceed '225 per annuim ; aind in these esabllishemnts tht
Bolting, Turning and Finishing, in all their various. Daniel Elmer and Lucius Q. C. Elmer, Bridgeton, N.J.; bestitc ilitiesareafl'orded loracq u iringaknowledgeofmu.
.ranches, executed with neatness and despatih. Hon. John Y. Mason and Dr. Win. B. Goodwyn, South- s8c,drawing, or any of the ornaunrita l branchesdof female
Also-PATTERNS made and SCREWS cut to or ampton co., Va.; Dr. John Draper, Prof. of i hemiistry dumcalion, at a moderate additiunalcharge.
e r and Mineralogy, Hampden, Sidney College, Prinmee Ed- The trustees have time pleasure to state, that they have-4
W.V.M. being a practical Millwright, will funist ward co., Va.; Jno. Smith, Principal ofan Academy, and secured the services ofProfessor MOLINARn, of the West
alculations.andanyotherinformtioninreationton.RevArtidesSmith, Petershurgh, Va.; Rev. J.G. Clai- Point Military Academy, as Professor of French in this
COTTON MACHINISTS may obtain castings a hi. Perquimans county, N. V C D.Cres N. institution, and that arrtngremnents have been made for Pe
COTTON MACHINISTS may obtain castings a hisPerquimanscounty, N.C. auol-tf receiving young ladies as boarders in his family, where oe
Furnace made of Scotch Iron. the French language will be exclusively spoken., e
All articles ordered can be forwarded to any part ofthe ,it 302 sou;hMarket st.- Tie academnieal vear01 cnnences on i oepte
United State or the Canadas. Orders mnay be addressed V_ k --.S subscLiber hereby erands s ivid-dtofm erncsnespeim- C
to WILLIA51 V. M %A- Eagle Air Furnace, No. 84 v^ expres,ee his-gratitude --- ......le "- .' seCommo.,ning respective-
Beaver-street, Albany, or to c prcr-e drtrg tumASdre l -m tO 10 his tanne" u 0 1, t t ,1 -fep teu.ber, '2 of November, 15th of Feb-
CORNINo & Co. 50 liberally patronized his establi.nhment, and r r -,yI _-tlMyt cl
deserve the continuance of their custom. He now has the close oftlhe quarterending tihe 1st fMay. l .. ..
1 eOSIE R -A fine assormnentjust received at the on hand, (and intends to have constantly) an extensive For terms of instruction, which have been placed on a in
new store of South. .Markt BABCOCK,st side collection of House Keeping articles, Fancy Goods, Per- liberal footing, or for ainy other information which nmay be o01
44 So coruh M erof ivi-in e s t. i aumery, Toys, &c. at wholesaleandretail. The follow- required in relation tothle institution refereneric, may behad th
jv2IL-dac corner or us ivieronsat.v ing is a l part ofthemul titude of things in his store, viz:-to A,CRITTENTON,A.M.,the principal, or to eitheroftihe th
OILED PLASTE I--the subscriberss having Willow travellingbaskets Indelible ink Trwt:ees. w
Selected an establishment for the manufacture of do knife do Backgammon board, Forgeneralinformationconcerntngthecharacterofthe SI
Boiled Plaster, in connexion with their Plaster and Pla- do cradle Chessmen and graces institution, &c. the trustees beg leave to referto Chancel-
ning Mill, corner of Water and Spencer streets, are do wagons&chairs Jack straws lor Kentofhe city of New York, Rev. Dr. Ludlow. Pro
now prepared to furnish builders and others with thie Cedar and oak churns Chinese puzzle vost oftheUniversity of Pennsylvania, Rev. Dr. Ferris,
above article to any extent, at reduced prices, and war- do pailsand tubs Battledoors and shuttle New York, who, durinigheir residence in Albany, have
ranted of the best quality, do and maple keelers cocks successively presided over the institution; to Benjamin F. |
jel8-6m JOHN GIBSON & CO. Patent painted pails Dominoes Butler, Attorney Generalofthe U. S., Washington City;
SCHICAGO LAW NOTICE-T'he subscribers Shaker brooms and mops Cups and balls lion. Jacob Suitherland, Geneva, New York, and J. T. ol
have formed a co-partnership in the practice of law do sieves and dippers Dissected pictures and map Norton, esq,, Farnmington, Conn., late trustees. By order fo
at Cnicago, Illinois, and will faithfully attend to all busi- do herbs and brushes Clothes and hat brushes, of the Board. o
ness entrusted to them. ISAAC N. ARNOLD, Knife boxes Hair and flesh do A.CRITTENTON, Secretary. fe
MAHLON 1). OGDEN. Bellows anid shuttles Tooth and nail do The Trustees are: Ta
Refer to-- Traysand bowls Combandcurl do Rev.JOHN N. CAMPBELL, D.D. an)
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John A. Dix, esq., Albany. Boxes in nests Portrait painters do RICHI'D V. DE WITT, Esq. reo
Amos Dean, esq., do Towel rollers Varnish do RICH'D M. MEIGS, "t ro
EdwinCroswvell, esq., do Rolling and clothespins Camels'hair do EDWIN CROSWVELL," seta
Mess. Seymour & Wood, do Wooden ladles Ever pointed pencil cases Hon.JAMES VANDERPOEL. eet
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IVERPOOL COAL-TIie subscriber has just Foot stoves and benches Carpet haninmers Hon. GREENE C. BRONSON. C
Received a cargo ofvery superior and largesize Lv- Paper files Pastejiggers ARCHIBALD MclNTYRE, Esq.
erpool coal. having been imported expressly by the sub- Yard sticks Fine razors in cases EZRA P. PRENTICE, Esq., n
scriber for family purposes, wlich he will screen and de- Grain scoops do pen knives scissorss @u19 JOHN Q. WILSON, Esq. adi
liver in any part of thmecity.at thIe lowetNew York Teacup mopsand mats Carbonicdentrifice ELAWARE ACADEMY-Rev. DANIEL use
prices. Orders are respectfuLy solicited by Table mats Chlorine do Mj :ItEPARD, A. M., Principal. Mrs. EMELINE It i
C. LIVINGSTON, Hemp, grass and hask door do toeothwash TEN BROECK, Preceptress. The next term of this s8s
au28 589 South Market Street. mats Preston salts nstitution will commence on the 16lh of Sept. next. the
ALM OF COLUMBIA-A young ,uan in this German wax tapers The otto of roses TheAcademyis pleasantly situated in the village w
city had lost his hair n consequence of sickness, Magic and lucifer matches Persian do of rose soap Delhi, Delaware county, 67 miles west of Catskill, in the Y.,
and by the application oftw. bottles of the Balm of Co- do lanterns do do do lip salve midst of a delightful country, notedfor the salubrity of now
lumbia, his hair was speedily restored, and from natural Whalebone and steel busks Naples and almondsoap its climate. TlIe course of instruction is intended to be nme
coarse hair it became very fine and silky. Application Hair pins Castilian and musk do thorough and practical, embracing thie Classics, Mialth- I ht
may be made to No. 3e8 South Market st., for the Balm Fine pocket books Camphor and oxygen soap matteics, and the ordinary and higher branches of English and
of Columbia, aund information as to the case above allu- do card cases Extract of tonquin bean education, and designed to prepare the student for admis- sici
dtIed to. COISTOCK & CO., Ivory fine tooth combs do bergamot sion into College, for the dute of common school in-fou
jy27 No. 2 Fletcherst.,New York. do dressing do do roses struetion, or for the business of active life. Ph,
do pocket do Macassar oilorfrtebsnsofaivlf.
e po t Macassar oil Tie classes in Mensuration and Surveying are taught tell
r1I-E article named elow ins warranted to cure the Cat beads ofvarious colors Bears oil practically as well as theoretically. French is taught in ape
PILEO O in all cases, or nothing charged for it. Seed do do Coldeream both departments. The Academy is furnished with a li- emi
LOOK OUT FOR IaPoSITION-A base attempt Gilt do Florida and cologne water braiy and pinosophicah apparatus. Wit
has been made to imitate Hay's Linimnent, and infringe Bead bags and purses Lavender and honey d o Tuition-in consequence the fund with which thein- box
upon the copy and other right of the proprie. or. Never ags an p s TEPsLavndraNd honeAd Tuition-In conseqdenceom the fund with which the in- box
buy Hays' Litimnent unless it has a splendid engraved S A HAACK sntution is endowed, the tuition, in either department, in P
any or all tine branches, hnas been fixed at 25 etnts per
wrapper, and the written, mind written signature of .. T-HE old and theyoungwho'd 'improve their weekly or all the branches, has been fixed at 25 s per &
CO.V1STOCK & CO all others inust be impositions.- condition, week. Y ;
Any person vendingC alny omter article, by the nitme of o i'Aon a Board and rooms foi young ladies or gentlemen can be t Any perso' n vendingnt, eithny olier a rtict wholesle, or retail, willme of And give to their personal aspect anair procured fromnnl,50 to $1,75 perweekincluding washing Bos
prose'me raiul etht oi of u rr rit.iewoath Becoming a gentleinan's taste mnd ambition, &c,,and references to boarding places or any other in- Tru
proscted for avitionof our copyright. The oath Should look to the style of their BE nVERS withcare formation respecting the Acadiemy willbe given on appli- Car
of:VIr. Hays may be found cpied ouni our inside wrap. This hint concerns all, from the lake to the ocean, cation to thePresidngyitor Prinepal.
per, swearing that no other person knows any of the And those who their minds to improvement are "iven ntro wl bes Prn p b
M Instruction will be given by tho most competent teach- Hud
component or -ess-ntial parts ofths Liniment-and that Should walktoSouth Marketstreet "just forthe notion," ers in Music, Painiting and Drawing. Aug. 24, 1839. tner
he will not reveal thie secret for twenty years. And stop at gD Three Hundred and Seventy-Seven' ERASTUg ROUT, President. Al.
United statess District Court of the State of New York. The best of the custom (a share far from stinted) SAMUEL GORDEN, Secretary. at129-tf WhI
office of the Clerk for the ,,uthern ) nTo M N r. .r -.... .......--. ..

TE, Ufster.co., N. Y.-'-his e-t.,,ishinment is
lL beautiful situatedon thew'estbank of the Hud-
c son rverabout one, hundreds miles from the
itr rYork. beauty of location and scenery,
Ulster village is surpaised bvy fcw, if aiy I'taces on ha
river; while the sa lubrity of its air, the seclusion frojq
the bustle and confusion of large placei, admirable fttoe
for study and the education o youth; the spaY odiousness
of thile house, and the number of apartment, admitting
of etch two boys having a roonito tilcis, Ives,wiIl admin
ister to caiifort.
The sclol is select, being limited to sixteen scholars,
under the direction of the Rey. H. Adntis, aid forms no-
thing more pretending than a christian fiiily, united to-
gether for the purpose of inrprovenlent. 'ITle intercourse
of the Principal with his pupils is parenal and social,
(his discipline of the mildest kind,) that t-lent may ba
elicit d, the disposition known and improved, whue thi
mind is elevated and the best affections cultivated. Tne
instructor and scholars are companions and Irtends, asso-
ciated to.etherin affection at the family altar aii family
table, in their studies and amusements, that as far s prac-
ticable, improvement in manners, in morals, and in learn-
inmay advance together
lE TErams-Tine small number of pupils considered,
are believed to be as low as Lny kindred eStahli"re.
S250 per annum, payable half yea, ly, in advance, for all
ule br..nehes of a finished English education, and" i1 stu-
dies preparatory to admission to any college. All book-
and stationary furnishedl without extra charge;
A resident assistant, F. J.XMJ-ole, is employed to teach
the modern langu~iges,fqr Wicih therewillpbe an a:dtion
ai charge.
There will he a vacuaioa in each year, from the last
Friday in July, to the first Monday in Septem?,er.
No pupil will be received for less time than one year.
and none may be removed without three months notice.
No expenses will be incurred for articles of cohthing, or
any other necessary, beyond the sums placed in tho hands
of the principal for that purpose.
It may be mentioned, for the information of those visi-
ting their children or tae school, that a s~eamboat plies
regularly twice a weekly between the village ot Uiter and
New York city.
Reference, by permission--to the Rt. Rev. B. T. Otider-
lonk, D. D ; Rev. Jonathan M. WVain'wright, D1. D); the
Rev. M Eastburn. D. D.; Mr. Philip Dater- Mr. \. A.
F. Pentz; and Messrs. Barclay & Livingston,, NeV ,ork
ity; Mr. Henry Barclay, and Mr.'Wun Clatk',n. Sau-
eties, Ulster co,; Gen. J. S. Smith, Kingstoni, Ultereo.,
N. Y.; Mr. Thompson S.Brown,Dunkirk Chautauque co.,
N.Y.; lit. Rev. H. U. Onde donk, D. D., Philadelphia,
Pern.; Rev. Dr. Wyatt, 1). D., Baltimore, M1d.
STATE OF NEW-YORK, Surve.yor kiGee-
ral's Office, Albany, August 17, 1839-Notice is here-
y given, that on Tuesday, the 12th day of November
text, at 10 of the clock In the forenoon, at this Office, will
e sold at public vendue to the highest bidder, all that
certain piece of land designated as lot No. 3 of Point au
,er tract, lying in the town of Chnsplato and county ot
CONDITIONS or SAL---tone quaiitr- at least of the pur-
nase money must be paid down, or _,,ri af-
^5p^a.^^d hbJpuchaser'solnd g iven,'--" .
terest at the rate o0-six per cent. nu... Negis,.,
r refusal to comply with the abovaconditions, su jets
.e purchaser to forfeiture of money'paid on count of
he sale, and to a penalty of fifty dollars, to We recovered
ith costs of suit by the Surveyor General. See Rev.
tat., voe. 1, 2nd ed., p. 178, ,26.
setl-law8w 0. L. HO LLEY, Surveyor Gen'l.

-i -The large hotel known as the 'AiAmerican," in
=11 the village of Batavia, in the county of Gc'iesee,
E and situated in the central and business location,
thie principal street, is hereby offered to rent. It is a
bsanaLial three story br ek building, erected expressly
r a punlic house; fronting on the stret about eighty
et, and extendifig back some one hundre I anit thirty.-
he establishment haslargu accommodations of yards and
abling. and is particularly wo.ethv of the attention of
y engaged in staying, as the hotel has the best establisti-
met lortthat business west of Gexiesee river; and the
lutes front Batavia to Buffalo and Lockport are the best
age routes, at present, in the State of New York. Pus-
sion can be had on the first of December next. A
nsiderable amount lof heavy flurnitutie will be rented
th the hotel. Terms made known by th h subscriber.-
tavia, September 30, 1i839.
ac3-d2taw6w JOHN LOWBER.

IL .ro Fk MA.E HEAL'T 1tlE6TuArI'1VL, is
fitted to be a remedy superior to any other now ia
z, for the diseases peculiar to the female 'cotsttution.
nvariably removes obstructions, regulates, in most ca-
sof ton painful or profuse menstruation, and has cured
Most obstinate cases of flour albus. Dr. J. Morrison,
to has practiced medicine some 20 years at Oneida, N.
says, in relation to it, that "it is the best rnedicino
,w in use. In cases of te ntion or suppression of tile
uses, I think it will sustain the appellatio r of specific.
iave tried it in the worst cases wits admirable success,
d I wish, for thile good of suffering females, tiut all phy-
Jans would introduce it in their practice, as I lative
mid the pills to answer fully their recommendation."-
ysicians, universally (who have given it a fair tial,)
a similar story. It is not a cathartic, but tonic and
rient. For particulars, and the opinion of many more
inent physicians, you are referred to lm pamphlets left
th the agents fur gratuitous distribution. rice iper
containing nearly 100 pills.
prepared and sold wholesale and retail, by Reynolds
Parmely, (the proprietors,) Fittsord, Monroe co., N.
;Hoadley, Phelps & Co., wholesanie agents, 142 Va-
st., New York; Edward Brinley, wholesale aiient,
on, Alass.; for sale by R. M. Meigs, Ahlbiany; A.
iax, Schenectady; R. L. Allen, aratoga Springs; J.
p.I enter, Sing ing; E. Trivett, Poughkeepsie; latt
NAelson, Rhlnebeck; Van Vaikenburg & Ilossnian,
dIson; L. B. Flagler, Kunderhook; D. e ess, Herki-
r;oJ. Wheeler, Little Falls; Jo. B. Mar.ise, Utica, T'.
Hunt. Auburn; J. B. Hayes, 2anandairtua, and J.
rite, Canajohiarie. s 13-daclawly
1OREIGN PERFUMERY from thne nmot celt.
rated pillsutfacturers of ulay s mind London, at ti.
ri Ft 3"24 N. Market st.

[From the Southern Li erary le-senger-]
I have read in soine old, wonder tale,
Some legend strange and vague,
Thata midninghl host of spectres pdle
Beleaguer'd the walls of PV ague.
Beside the Moldau's rushing st earn,
With the wan moon overhead,
There stood, as in an awful dream,
The army of the dead.
White as a sea fog, ilandwart bound,
The spectral camp was seen,
And with a sorrowful, deep sound,
The river flowed between.
No other voice or sound was there,
No drum, nor sentry's pace;
The mist-like banners clasp'd the air,
As clouds with clouds embrace.
But when the old cathedral bell
Proclaimed the morning prayer,
The white pavilions rose ani fell
On the alarmed air!
Down the broad valley, fast and far,
The troubled army fled.
Uprose the glorious morning star,-
The ghastly host.was dead!
I have read in the wonderous heart of man,
That strange and mystic scroll,
That an army of phantoms, vast and wan,
Beleaguered the human soul.
Encamped beside life's rushing stream,
In fancy's misty light,
Gigantic shapes and shadows gleam,
Portentous through: the night.
Upon its midnight battle ground
The spectral camp is s8en,
And with a sorrowful neep sound,
Flows the river of life between.
No other voice nor sound is there
In the army of the grave-
No other challenge breaks the air,
But the rushing of life's wave.
But when the solemn and deep church bell
Entreats the soul to pray,
Themidnight phantoms feel thespell-
The shadows sweep away.
Down the broad vale of tears,
The spectral camp has fled;
Faith shineth as a morning star-
Our ghastly fears are dead.
November, 1839.


We do a thing of very pernicious tendency
we confine the records of history to the most em
nent personages who bear a part in the even
which it commemorates. There are often othe.
whose sacrifices are much greater, whose peri
are more extreme, and whose services are near
as valuable as those of the more prominent actor
and who yet have, from chance or by the modest
of a retiring and unpretending nature, never sto<
forward to fill the foremost places or occupy tt
largest spaces in the eye of the world. To lorg
such men is as inexpedient for the public service
as it is unjust towards the individuals. But tl
error is far greater of those who, in recording tl
annals of revolutions, confine their ideas of public
merit to the feats of leaders against establish
tyranny or the triumphs ot orators in behalf
freedom. Many a man in the ranks has do
more, by his zeal and his self devotion, than an
chief, to break the chains of 'a nation: and amoi
such men, Charles Carroll, the last survivor
the patriarchs of the American Revolution, is e
titled to the first place.
His family was settled in Maryland ever sin
the reign ol James II., and had, during that pe.
od, been possessed of the same ample property
the largest in the Union. It stood, therefore,
the head of the aristocracy of the country, w
naturally in alliance with time government, cou
gain nothing, while it risked every thing, by
change of dynasty; and, therefore, according
all tne rules and the prejudices, and the fraittie
which are commonly fbund guiding the conduct
men in a crisis of affairs, Charles Carroll mig
have been expected to take part against the revo
-certainly never to join in promoting it. Sue
however, was not this patriotic person. He w
among the foremost to sign the celebrated Decl
ration of Independence. All who did so were b
lived to have devoted themselves and their fan
lies to the furies. As he set his hand to the i
strument, the whisper ran round the Hall bf Cc
gress, "there go some millions of property."
And there being many of the same name; wh
he heard it said, "' nobody will know what Ci
roll it is," as no one signed more than his nan
", you'll get clear-there are several of the name
they will never know which to take." Not so
he replied instantly, and added h~s residence, ,
Carrollton." He was not only a man of fil
mind and steadily fixed principles; he was also
person of great accomplishments and excelle
abilities. Educated in the study of the civil Il
at one of the French colleges, he had resided lo:
enough in Europe to perlect his learning in
the ordinary branches of knowledge. On his
turn to America, he sided with the people agair
the mother country, and was soon known and
teemed as among the ablest writers of the ind
pendent party. The confidence reposed in hi
caused him soon alter to be joined with Frank
-i.,th. ,nmmittee of three sent to obtain the cc
a member of congress lor the first two tryi
years, when that body was only fourteen in nu
ber, and might rather be deemed a cabinet count
for action, than any thing like a deliberate sena
He then belonged, during the rest of the war,
the legislature ot his native state (Maryland,) t
.til 1788, when he was elected one ol the Unit

States Senate, and continued lor three years
act in this capacity. The rest of his time, un
he retired from public life, in 1804, was passed
a senator of Maryland. In all these capacities
has left behind him a high reputation for integ
y, eloquence and judgment.
It is usual with Americans to compare the Il
thirty years of his life to the Indian summer
sweet as it is tranquil, and partaking neither
the fierce heats of the earlier, nor the chilli
firosts of the later season. His days were be
crowned with happiness, and lengthened far I
yond the usual period of human existence.
lived to see the people whom he had once know
900,000 in number, pass to twelve millions;
handful of dependent colonists, a nation of fre
men; a dependent settlement assume its place
mong the first rate powers of the world; and
had the delight of feeling, that to this consumnm
tion he had contributed his ample shaje. As
one had run so large risk by joining the revolt,
no one had adhered to the standard of Ireedoi
more firmly, in all its fortunes, whether waving
triumph or over disaster and defeat. He never c
paired of the commonwealth, nor ever had le
his ear to lactious counsels; never had shrunk
from any sacrifice, nor ever had pressed himse
forward to the exclusion of men better fitted
serve the common cause. Thus it happened
him that no man was more universally respect
and beloved; none had tewer enemies; and, nc
withstanding the ample share in which the gil
of fortune were showered upon his house, no ov
grudged its prosperity.
It would, however, be a very erroneous view
his merits and of the place which he filled in t
eye of his country, which should represent hi
as only respected for his patriotism and his vi
tues. He had talents and acquirements whi<
enabled him effectually to help the cause he e
poused. His knowledge was various, and his el
quence was of a high order. It was, like his cha
acter, mild and pleasing; like his deportment, cco
rect and ifaultless, flowing smoothly, and exec-
ting tar more than it seemed to aim at; every o01
was charmed by it, and many were persuaded..
His taste was peculiarly chaste, for he was

JOHN BUNYAN. make himselt'a standard by which to judge and alin
(Fron the N. Y. Jour.of rConmerce,- condemn others wholly different Let those ab- sho
The Boston Weekly 5aarine, (an excellent tainn from tea and coffee who cannot drink either less
literary work conMuted and sustained by the with impunity, and let them leave every one else rmo
Mlethodists) advances the opinion that the most to his own liberty. But they are excitementsl- cip]
popular book in existence is Pilgrim's Pro- so is food of any sort. We must all partake of ..
gress." The Arabian Nights, Robinson Cru- excitements, more or,less. The meeting of friends
soe, and many other productions of genius is an excitement-the vicissitudes ol business, joy,
that might be ianmed, all have their merits hope, fear, every emotion in short that gives a
and their attractions; but in their hold upon uni- quickened circulation to the blood-all are excite- W]
versal human nature none can compete with that .ments. They are the elements of life. The evil
of the Poor Tinker." It' these books we speak lies in any one's becoming the slave ot this par
ot~~~~iua sort oroo that.r. Le theme moral naur bea ap-^^ ^ ^ ^
of are popular with one class, or sect, or age, they ticular sort or that. Let te moral nature be ap-
fail with another. It' they were popular yester pealed to and man be taught to know his right of
day, they have somehow or other ceased, or par- mastery over all these things, so as not to become vo
day, they have somehow or other ceased, or par- sujctt ay Otherwise he might as well be of
tially ceased to be so to day. But Bunyan holds subject to any. Otherwise he might as well be of
on. He has won by the heart, and will never let out of the world, seeing that he would be unfit to
go. It is said truly while human nature lasts, hie live in it. Upon any other principle virtue must va
lasts, caring not a whit about tastes, fashions, be made to consist in negatives; and he that could Rc
laws, criticisms, or rivalry of any kind. sleep away his days would live the life of a philos ca
The circulation of Pilgrim's Progress may be opher lo
taken, so far as it can be ascertained, for a good da
indication of the favor of the work in the world's P 0 L I T I CA L.
estimation. Philip in his late life ot'f Bunyan-theo
last of some scores which have appeared in time EXPORTATION OF SPECIE. A
150 years subsequent to his decease, undertakes [From the Globe.J cc
to give some account of the various versions The Philadelphia papers, organs of the Bank of
abroad. Dr. Southey says there is no European e United Statel, contain ar article of two co-
langageint whch t i no trnslted thughtheUnited States, contain arm article of two co. E
language into which it is not translated, though lumns on the causes of the present suspension.- F
the French and Portuguese have been a little alter g other causes for this event citesit the ex-
ed to suit the Catholic church. In a book as old Among other causes ir this event citesit the exM
as Doe's "Life," it appears that one hundred thou portation of ipecie as follows:
"T be various disturbing causes above adverted to,
sand copies of the work had been circulated in have been operating upon the country, and gradually a
England, besides editions in Welsh. In several gaining inten-iisity, for their last three or four months. In
cases it has been republished, with the language mense amounts of the preeiPius metals have already ben F
improved. Three versifications of the whole ofit exported within that priced; it is believed that the o port P
of New Vorkalone has seen !he depir~ure of proqtably
have been issued. The illustrated editions are nu- net less ihan ten millions of dollIrs, ihe fruits chiefly of
merous. The strangest experiment tried upon it, her collections for the sales offoreign goods. hereandelse- t
however, is mentioned by Southey. This was in were. Every packet for Havre has catied large quan-
translating it into other words, altering the names, titles ofur silver, to incre se the cuBk brois amount of
and publishing it under the title of' the Progress of useless millions piled up in the Bank of France; the pack-
S ets of Englan i, departing every five days. a-l take their
the Pilgrim, without any intimation that this imi quota; and the great steamers, each with trillion,
station is not an original work. In this edition viewuoth; dther ient taceerat, the irhspted ,torplenish,
Evangelist is called Good News; Worldly Wise- with our means ere it be loo late, tihe exhausted vaults of
Evangelist is called Good News; Worldly Wise- ^ nlna nitio lilniin
aMr. Politic W'orldly; Legality, Mr. Law-do; the Bank of England. an institution which, notwiti-
man, Mr. Politic Worldly; Legality, Mr. Law-do standing its vast resource,-, )ackedl by the credit ol the
the Interpreter, Director; the Palace Beautiful, government, has had to seek temporary support to pre-
Grace's Hall; Vanity town is Mundus; the Giant vent or postpone her failure, front her ggeat rival across
is Giant Desperation of Diffident Castle; and the the clian eil.
i, This export, enormous as it has been, we ree'a'd as
prisoners released from it, instead ot Mr. Despon- but the beginning. Already has the demand he me so
deny and his daughter.Much-atraid, areone Much- ra either fr export r tu rurp r. i ine-nanks that
,dency and his daughter are oIleen taken from thntm for expo ,. that -
This would appear," adds Dr. Southey, to the specie leaving the remotest parts of the Unon, by the
hav b th e depea, adsoe Dr. waters of the Mississippi and various routes, in var-t
i have been the device of some knavish bookseller sums, which no sooner react our seaports than it ispla-
i" for evading the laws which protect literary pro ced on shipboard and transported to aforeigna land."
it perty. Thie dialogues are much curtailed, and the By this article, the enormous exportation of
nt book, as might be expected, very much worsened specie which has taken place, is set down to the
rs throughout; except that better verses are inserted." account of New York, and is stated to be the fruits
Is It would seem that the first edition of Pilgrim's chiefly of her collections for the sales of' foreign
ly Progress was probably issued in 1677. Not a sin. goods here and elsewhere. The ei.y of N. York
s, gle copy of this is now known to be extant in En- and the sale of foreign goods is made the cause of
ty gland. Philip suggests that if any are in existence this exportation How erroneous, not to say per-
od they will most likely be found in America, brought fidious, is this assertions Even before the Great
he hither by some of the pious emigrants, in the lat- Western and other packets brought home the news
et ter part of the seventeenth century. The earliest from London that all this specie was shipped to
e, American edition known by the reviewer of Philip pay its bonds, post notes and bills of exchange in
he in the September number of the Boston Christian Europe, even before this news was brought back
he Review, was the sixteenth, he says, and this is from London, it was perfectly well known here
liec now nearly a century old. It was printed by that the Bank of the United States was at the bot-
ed John Draper lbfor Charles Harrison, over against thie torn of this exportation, and that her great object
oe Brazen Head, in Cornhill, Boston, N. E., 1744." all the summer was to eviscerate the N w York
ne The author of the article in the magazine which banks, and to force them to suspend first, in order
y we first cited, says he has examined the seven- to give her the pretext for doing so. This diabol-
1ig teenth, printed during the same year by thie same ical work was pushed to the point of selling bills
01 man, also in Cornhill" for Thomas Draper." of exchange on Europe, and then raising specie at
n- The wood cuts are a notable curiosity, as may be a loss otf 18, 20, and even 24 per cent to send at-
c supposed. He has also seen, some years ago, a ter them to take them up! The like ot this was
e copy of the fifty seventh edition, dated only some probably never done before; it is a new crime in
Stwenty or twenty five years later than those above thie chapter of wickedness, for the example of
y, mentioned, and some time before the revolution, which Europe is indebted to the miscalled Bank
at We have used above the soubriquet by which of the United States. Thus the Bank of the Uni-
as Bunyan is commonly known. It was once a bye ted States exports the specie herself tor her own
ild word of scorn, but remains so no longer. Philip purposes, all of them unconnected with commerce,
7 a reminds us of the origin of it. It was when John and then falsely charges it on New York and lor.
to was preaching often in London, where a single eign goods To cover herconduct the better, the
es, day's notice would give him thousands of eager Bank sent her specie from Philadelphia, much of
ot hearers, that King Charles 2d upbraided the learn- it in the names of her retainers, to New York, to
)ht ed Dr. Owen ,or going to hear an illiterate tin- be shipped from thence; but the detailed weekly re-
Ot ker prate." The Dr. answered, Please your ports of the office show that the speciecame I rom
,h, majesty, could I possess that tinker's ability for Philadelphia, and was sent by the Bank of the U.
ias preaching, I would most gladly relinquish all my States. Thus our country is robbed to supply En-
le- learning." gland, and the holders of the Bank of the United
be It is not generally known how indefatigable a States notes here, even of thile five and ten dollar
n- writer Bunyan was. Most people think of him as notes, are denied shillings, in order that millions
n, the author of the Progress" alone. The fact is may be paid to thie great capitalists of Europe!
n- that his writings extend to no less than sixty The article goes on to complain of' the amount
-k books! just as many as the years of his life; arim of specie which goes out by every packet and by
e that they fill, in the London edition, two huge fo every steamer to replenish with our means, ere it
an. lio volumes. These have never been republished be too late, the exhausted vamlts of the Bank of Eng-
Re, here. "The works of Bunyan," which are known land." Here the bank sympathises with the peo-
"- on our side are, as our Boston Reviewer intimates, pie ot the United States for the loss of their spe-
but a meagre selection. Of the other memorials cie. How hypocritical! how false! how insult-
ef of this great genius, it is stated that his cottage at ing to us! It is the crocodile shedding tears over
rm Elstow still remains, and the old woman who oc- the prey which it devours! It is the bank that is
) a cupies it shows where his forge was. The beams loading these steamers and packets (or London
>nt of the old building have been almost cut away as and Havre! It is the bank thatisadding to "the
aw presents to strangers. At Bedford his church book useless millions which are piled vp in the Bauk of
ag is preserved, and a small cabinet, and a staff. The France." and replenishing with our means, ere it
a last is particularly valued. In the public library be too late, the exhausted vaults of the Bank of Eng-
re. at Bristol is a Concordance of Bunyan's, with his land;" and while doing this, it denies the amount
nst autograph in it several times repeated. Pieces el of a five or a ten dollar note to the laboring man of
es his original pulpit also exist. Mr. Philip says he our own country!
de- has one himself. When it was broken up, it is The article says that specie is coming from the
ni, said Howard, the philanthropist, gave 30 for it, remotest ends of the union-by the Mississippi
liin besides 40 (or a new one. One gentleman has a and all other routes, to the Aulanttc ports, to be
nn- frplLeAs.'l mi.:.itop,wahic_hf.gcfasipnal shipped to Europe. This is true; but who does it?
ng said to have been used to bring down his broth to get speci L-n'a the hbk ,t-flm-p-usC-ne-ma-inr
ni- dinner in the vestry on Sundays. other notes-it is the agents of the bank sent eve-
Icil On another point of interest, Philip says: I ry all over the union, to scent out, hunt up, trail,
t have been unable to identify the spot in the allied dog, waylay, pursue, run dewn, and catch every
to Ouse where Bunyan was baptised. It may have disbursing agent, contractor, ect. of the govern-
in- been the well known spot where his successors ad- ment, and wtrk him out of whatever he has got,

Ito ministered baptism until a baptistry was introdu- be it specie, be it treasury notes, be it treasury
to ced into his chapel. The old table over that bap- drafts, be it the notes of other banks, no matter
atil tistry is an extraordinary piece ot furniture, which what, any thing that he has got in exchange for
as for size and strength might have been the banquet United Slates Bank notes or post notes; and that
he table of a baronial hall. It is evidently older than while plotting and meditating a suspension of spe-
;r- even the original chapel." cie payments Yet it sorrows over all this dramn-
It is remarkable, as the magazine writer ob- ing of specie tiromi every part of thie union to be
rs serves, that none or Bunyan's descendants are now shipped to Europe!
S known either in England of in the United States. The article goes on, after showing how much
0o We at least have never heard ofany. specie has already gone, to act tbe prophet, and to
ng say that this is only the beginning! Enormous as
)th DR. ALCOTT ON TEA AND COFFEE. the amount exported is, we are told it was only
be- [From the Baltimore Ameiican.J the beginning; yet in this it was a false pro-
He The attack on these articles of household lux- phet. The exportation has ceased, and ceased the
an, ury is kept up with great perseverance by Dr. Al- moment this bank broke The last steamer and
; a cott, who, like Sancho's steward, points his for. packets carried out no specie, but abundance of
a- bidding wand at meats and drink, to the entire flour; and the last steamer from England brought
he dismay of good livers. When some one, in Vol two millions of dollars to New York, to go to
taire's presence, called coffee a slow poison- Canada to pay the British troops; being no doubt
na- "Yes," said the philosopher, "very slow-I have a part of the very specie which the Bink of the
o been using it seventy years and it has not kil. United States has had collected from the remote
[o led me yet." It appears to be the object of Dr. part of the United States to exchange for her pa-
Im Alcott to show people that they are daily destroy- per, which is paid to our soldiers, while our spe-
e- ing themselves by the drinking of these liquids, cie is sent to the British soldiers!
I.t and that if they are not dead already, they ought The breaking of this bank is thus proved to be
Sto be, according to scientific principles and expe- the cause of the cessation of specie exportation.-
elf' riments. The obstinacy of tea drinkers is truly It proves that it was not commerce, but the vast
to remarkable-they will live on-nay, so.ne that we gambling, pillaging, buccaneering, family enrich-
to know of are growing fat; in spite too of the well ing, bank breaking operations of the great Regu-
ed established fIact-well established by Dr. Alcott's lator, which caused that exportation. The instant
A. experiments-that one pound of green tea, boiled the Regulator is broken, and no longer able to do
fts down to half a pint of liquid, is suffi ient to take mischief, the exportati-n of specie ceases, the ex-
ne the lives of seventeen thousand two hundred and port of produce commences, and commerce resumes
ne eighty rabbits. Rabbits, however, are tender animals her natural course.
of -a pinch of sunrff has been known to break tlie
he neck of one, by inducing a sneeze. The experi- A "WHIG CALUMNY, REFUTED.
m ments, therefore, were tried also on cats. Of [From the N. Y. Evening Post.]
i- these animals, the above named quantity ofdecoc- In the course of the late election, the whig
ch tion, boiled down to a gill, will exterminate ten newspapers attempted to excite the indignation of
s thousand'-eight hundred and sixty, notwithstanding their readers by affirming that well known indi-
o the fact in philosophy" that cats have nine lives. viduals, whose right to vote nobody could ques-
r- It is to be remarked that the experiments were tion, were challenged at the polls by persons of
r. tried on young cats. What the result would be the democratic party, from sheer malice, or for the
S on grown tabbies we are not informed. It would sake of delay. Mr. Jonathan Goodhue, a well-
u- be interesting to know. A story is told of a known merchant, residing in the first ward, was
_ man whose head was severed from his shoulders, said, in the Express, to have been challenged by
a by a very keen instrument, so smoothly that he Dr. Harris, one of' the Inspectors, and a great

ment to feed upon, and a demonstration is
wn by the canvass in this county that there is
reason to hope a vigorous mature age to the
re recent offspring offedoral sagacity and prin-



The following is the official canvass of the
tes in this county for senators and members
assembly, as ascertained by the county can-
ssers yesterday. It will be seen that Gen.
foot's majority over the highest republican
ndidate (Judge Wilson) is 601; over the
west 605-while the highest federal candi-
ate (Mr. Humphrey) has a majority of 672
ver the highest on the republican ticket.-
verage federal and abolition majority in the
county, on the senate ticket, 645.

rastus Root, 5698 Win. H. Wilson,
friend Humphrey, 5769 Amasa J. Parker,
[itchell Sanford, 5754 Hen'y W. Strong,


[n'y G. Wheaton, 5671 Ja's M. French, 5115
red'k Bassler, jr. 5686 Cha's F. Bouton, 5079
eter Flagler, 5674 Hugh Scott, 5100
Average federal majority on senators, 645; on
be assembly, 576.


Democratic. Federal.
Senators-Parker, 4755 Root, 5391
4c Strong, 4798 Humphrey, 543-2
,, Wilson, 4776 Sanford, 5414

Average federal majority 636. Root's majority,
over the highest republican candidate, 593 ; ove
the lowest, 636.


The organ of the state administration con-
fesses to the fact charged by us yesterday, that
individuals enjoying the confidence of the
" whig" party in this city have been held to
bail under the new law for bribery at the Polls.
But, if we understand its language, it attempts
to palliate the offence, and to excite the public
sympathy for the alleged delinquents, under
the plea that the law in question is "notorious-
ly a dead letter"!-and that the arrest of the
persons alluded to was a mere "exhibition of
spleen" on the part of certain "Loco Focos,"
"smarting under their defeat," who sought in
this way to indulgee their malice" towards
their opponents! but who, the Ev. Journal
claims, were not more guilty than their perse-
It is unfortunate for the latter statement,
that the facts are all the other way, and we
challenge the Dictator to name the republicans
who it insinuates are in the same predicament
with some of his own partisans. If the law
ha.s become "a deae letter," it has become such
solely by the opEn and shameless defiance
which it has met wih at the hands of the fed-
eral whigs. But we have yet to learn that in
this community, laws to prevent bribery at
elections have come to be considered as "dead
letters," or that any and every body may tram-
ple them under foot as nullities, and then turn
round and claimrn the benefit of their own
wrongful acts. Nor shall we believe, until we
see it, that in this county, breaches of the law
are to be overlooked sven though party feeling
or vigilance may have brought them to the no-
tice of the authorities.

Harper & Brothers have just completed and
published the seco,,nd series of the School Dis-
trict Library. It comes to the public with the
strongest recommendations, and is undoubted-
ly, in the selections and the original works,
admirably adapted to the intended object. Ap-
propriate and judicious as the first series was
acknowledged to be, this is believed to surpass
it in the:e and other good qualities. The en-
terpriing and inttelligent publishers have ac-
complished an invaluable work for the cause of
popular education; and we hope may continue
to be encouraged by the public approval, and
pr khft school districts, to
The series just published, consists of 45
volumes, of which the following are the titles,
and are published at the low price of $20, in-
cluding a case:-
51,52. Life and Works of Dr. Franklin. With a por-
trait on steel. New edition. I. '2 vols.
53.51. 'TlieFarmer's Instrucrol; consisting of Essays,
Pra'lticcl Dij e,'tions, and hints foi thie management of
the tarm, garden. &c. By the lion. Judge Buel. With
engravings. In '2 vols.
55,56 Tlhe Putsuit of Kn',wlhde under difficulties;, its
pleasures and rewards. I:lustratcd by memoirs of emi.
nent men. lin2 vols.
57. Animal Mechanism and Physiology; being a plain
and familiar exposition of tlie structure and iun'tions
of the iitimin system. Designed or the use of famiiles
and school. By J, IH. Griscum, M. D. illustrated by
numerous engravings.
58. TheElephant as heexists in a wild state and as he
has been imade subservient, in peaee and in war, to the
purposes ofmaui,, Illustrated by numerous engravings.
59. Vegetable Substances used for tile food of'man. II-
lus rated by nutuerous engravings.
60, 6t, 62, 63, 61, 65. Univeria History, from ihe gre,'
ii n of llthe world to tht decease af George III., 1820-
By the Hon. Alexander Fraser Tytler and Rev. E.
N artes, D). D. Edited by an American. In 6vols.
66. Illustrations of Mechanics By Professors MAlosely
and len\\ick. With numisrous engravings.
67. Narrative of Disc)very and Adventure in the Polar
se-is and regions. By Profe-s irs L'shlie and Jam-son,
and Hu2.h Murray, e-q. WIli maps, eniaravings. &.
68,69. Pualey's \ natural Theology, witlih illustrative notes.
By Henry Lord Brgughunm, F. I t and Sir Charles
Bell,K. G. [1., F. It.S.. L, & E. WVith numerous wood
cuts. 'To whicb are addetl Preliminary 0s,'rvAtions
and Notes, By Alonzo Putter, ). D. In 2 vols.
AMERICAN BIOORAPHY. E lited hy Jared Sparks, eq viz:
701. Life of lohn trark, by Edward Everett.-Lifiu e
Charles Brockden Brown, by Wiiliam H. Prescott.-
Life of Richard Montgomery, by J Armstroing -Lifv
of Ethan Allen, by Jared Sparks. With a Portrait.
71. Life of Alexander tVilhon, hy \Vm B. 0 Peaiody.
Life of Captaim John Smith, by Geomge S. Hilhard
7'2. L fe and Treason of Benedict Arnold, by Jared
Sparks, esq. Portrait.
73. Life of Anthony Wayne, by John Armstrong.-Life
of Sir Henry Vane, by C. W. Uphirn. Portrait.
74. Life of John Eliot. the Apos'le to the Indians, iy
Convcrs Francis. With a Portrait.
75. Life of William Pinikney, hy H nry Whenton--Life
of William Eliery, by H. T. Clianniig.-Lif< ot Cotton
Mather. by Win. B. 0. Peabody. With a Portrait.
76. Life of Sir William Phiips, by Francis Bowen.-Life
of Israel l'utnaun, by WV. H. 0. Pcabady.-Memoir of
Lucretia Maria Davidson, by Miss Sedgwick.-Life (f
David Rit enhouse, by James Renwiek. Portrait.
77. Life of Jonathan Edwards, ly a-ainui'l Miller.-Life
of David Brainerl, by Win. B 0. me; body. Portrait.
78. Life of Baron teuben, by Francis Bowen.--Lifa of
Sc.Iastian Cabot, by uharles Hayward, ji -Life of
William Eiton, by Cornielius C. Felton. Portrait.
79. life of Robert FultinB, by Professor Renwick.-Life

n which you ask the question, "" 1ave amy m,<,n-
y statements been made by the Bank of the Uni-
ed States since November 1838, and if not have
you at any time called on the bank for them, and
ias that call been complied with?"
No statement having been submitted to the de-
partment by that bank since 1838, 1 forwarded to
he president of that institution, on the 5th day
of' October last, a requisition lor a statement of
he situation of that bank on the several discount
lays subsequent to November, 1838, including
he first discount day in the month of October.-
That requisition has not been complied with, nor
ias any return on special requisition or monthly
statement been made to this department during
.he time for which you inquire. R-spect'ully
yours, Gfo. R. Esrr.
WVnm. D BOAs, esq.
[Fromt the Army and Navy Chronicle.]
The season for active operations having return-
ed, and the public mind, in the army as well as
out of it, being somewhat agitated by the contra
victory nature of the reports in circulation, we
have made enquiry that we might inftbrm our rea-
ders what measures were contemplated in the ap-
proaching campaign.
Gen. Taylor, by the zealous and intelligent dis.
charge of his duties, having given satisfaction to
the Depirtment, will continue in command.
The troops now in Florida are the third regi-
menrit of artillery, a portion of the second dra-
goons, thie first, second, sixth and seventh regi-
ments of infantry. The 3d artillery having been
much reduced, will be sent to the north, and be
relieved by the first artillery, which has been re-
cruited and is now full- The companies of the
second dragoons that arrived at New York in the
spring, being now full also, will return to Florida;
and the regiments of' infantry now there will re-
It is intended to drive the enemy out of the
settlements by occupying the country within and
north of a line drawn from Pilatka to the mouth
of the Withlacoochee, including Fort King,
thence along the western coast, to the Apalachi-
cola; and by maintaining posts as low down as
the Withlacoochee. The inhabitants will be arm-
ed, and the defence of their firesides and neighbor-
hoods confided to them, with such assistance
from the regulars as occasion may call for. The
posts on the Atlantic coast and Tampa Bay, will
be continued, with such others as the Command-
ing General may find expedient.
Experience having mournfully proved the im-
practicability of forcing the Indians from their
swamps and hammocks, so familiar to them but
inaccessible to us, no further attempts will at pre-
sent be made; leaving to time and the gradual
spread of the settlements the accomplishment of
an object unattainable by arms.
The reports so extensively circulated, of. con-
ferences between the Secretary of War and Ma-
jors General Macomb and Scott, are entirely with-
utoundation: no such conferences having been
efd. Equally unlouiuoe i .. L.,t of sen(ting even
thousand troops to Florida; ift' all our regulars,
now out of the territory, were taken fromr theii
present stations, they would not amount to thi
number named. The northern, northwestern anc
southwestern frontiers are quite as much exposed,
and stand as much in need of defence, as does thi
territory of Florida. There has been no design
entertained heretofore of sending the eighth infan-
try into Florida, its presence being considered es.
sential to the maintenance of neutrality on the
borders of Canada. The 4th artillery will be sta.
tioned between Cleaveland, Ohio, anid Fort Gra
tiot: and the 2d artillery will ie divided between
Fort Niagara and Buffalo.
It is believed that some additional small vessels
will be built o0 purchased, and sent to the coast
of Florida, to prevent depredations by the Indians
upon wrecked vessels and their crews.

BANKS or RHODE ISLAND.-According to re-
turns of' the banks of the State of' Rhode Island
on the 2-2d of October, as stated in the report of
the Bank Commissioners dated Oct. 23. the a-
mou.it of bills in circulation was $1,692,975; de-
posites not on interest $803,568; due to other
banks, $6H9,31)8; deposits on interest, $564 902;
specie $393,085; bills of other banks $362,513:
due from other banks $372,702.
The Philadelphia North American states that
Governor Porter is confined to his bed, at Harris-
burgh, by a severe attack of' sickness.

November, contains, among other interesting t
nd valuable papers, an account of the Island y
of Candit or Crete, from the pen of M-. Cas',
our minister at Paris. A specimen of its verse p
graces our columns this morning. t
Blair & Rives, is to be continued during the t
coming session of congress-terms, for one
copy of the Congressional Globe, $1; for one
copy of the Appendix, $1; six copies of either
will be sent for $5, and twelve copies for $10 t
-payible in advance. The Globe remarks:
Our position at the seat of government en-
ables us to print them at so low a rate. We are
compelled to publish the proceedings of congress
in detail, for our caily paper. This done, it re-
quires comparatively but a small additional ex-
pense to change them to the forms of the Congres-
sional Globe and Appendix. If it were not tor
these circumstances, we could not publish them
for four times the sum charged."
It is a valuable compilation, as well for im-
mediate as for future reference, in the most
convenient form for preservation, and in point
of price within the reach of every reader.

nal of Commerce states that notes of the City
Trust and Banking Company, (an institution
under the general banking law, located in N.
York) have been issued, having the appearance
of a bank note payable on demand, but actual-
ly payable in six months," upon close inspec-
tion. They could not be sold in New York at
mny price.

-Tre Harrisburg Reporter of the 8th inst.
has the following in reference to the trade and
tolls of the Pennsylvania works, this year, as
compared with the last:-
-The Pennsylvania works have this yearyie'd-
ed a handsome sum in tolls, considering all the
circumstances. But in consequence of the intei-
ruptions, incident to a mixed line of canal and
rail-roads, an important branch of the carrying
trade is said to havw fallen off; most of the passei-
gers to the west having taken the New-York canal
as soon as it was opened last spring. Last year
the daily average number of emigrants and other
passengers going from New York to the west by
our improvements was about thirty; paying a toll
of $7 each from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, and
ig, at that ratea, during the season, between
year scarcely any travelled on our works, since
the opening of navigation on the New-York canal.
The trade upon our works in other respects gene-
rally decreases very perceptibly, as soon as our
New-York neighbors set clear of ice, and can ac-
commodate it. The importance of a continuous
communication by canal from Philadelphia to the
Western waters is strikingly shown."

STRUGGLE.-The residents of the vicinity of the
village ot Greenbush have, for a week or two,
suffered from the depredations of a ftiellow, whose
audacity is such as to be a novelty in the way of
robbery. On one occasion he entered a house in
the day time, the occupant of which was absent,
and walked off with a watch, in the presence of
one of the female members of the family, whom
he violently pushed aside, in his progress. On
Monday, he broke into the same house, the in-
mates being all absent, and, after making free
with sundry eatables, packed up a quantity of
clothing, and various other articles, which he car.
ried off.
Early yesterday morning, Mr. Matthew Miller,
a sworn enemy to thieves and other rascals, ob-
served signs around a dilapitated building, now
used for storing hay, which indicated that it con-
tained larger vermin than rats or mice, and a clos-
er inspection discovered a lodger about making his
toilet after the night's repose. Mr. Miller accost.
ed him, and, on his emerging from his lid-
ing-piace, gave him the professional tap on the
shoulder, informing him that he was his prisoner.
The reply to this was a powerful blow in the face,
which nearly blinded him. Mr. Miller's customer
was evidently an ugly one-standing over six feet
in height, and very strong and active. They were
distant from dwellings or aid, and Mr. Miller ap-
parently much interior to his antagonist in physi-
cal strength, and destitute of all weapons, while
the other now flourished a knile in one hand and a
razor in the other.
Undeterred by these considerations, however.

nill- received this i ti Lc at the
no13 U. S BAZAAR.321 N Market st.
V EES, lIan suiomnely iilaid. fir a s,- nt
no73 "912South M.rrket st.
BONNET SILKS-P V&. G.. BUO vN ca l the at-
tention ot milliners and ladies purchasing Thats. to a
lot of very rich drab, fawn, pink and whi'e gros d'afriques,
with spendid ribbons to match, just received.
434.. Market st.
PORT-FOLIOS, with and without locks fnr sale
fit THE VAIpW'nV Si ORE,
nol3 92 South Market st.
GRO DE MANTILLA-A new style of silk ex.
pressly fur mrantilla.-, for sale at 46 State st.
no13 ASHLEY S, OVPi,.
raiion stu;jds iunrnvdi, d for the growth and preserve.
action of the hair. Sold and wirranited genuine at the
noi3 U S. BAZAAR.324 Markttst.-
Sfrontm thlie )uche-se d'Orlearis, French packet, laicgta
lot of ringnificent figured bom!)azirns for ladies' mantles
and pelisses, P. & G. BROX\ N,
n,.13 434 S. Market at.
S STORE LO TLET-The sto.k in trade arid
fixtures ,f a retail egrocery for sale, the ,resent
o,'cupant being about to leave the city, offers, he
alio e at a bargain-ilhelocaton is one of the
best that the city kff .rds-address (through the post office,
box No. 56) to A. E. It. nol3
York, monthly. 05 per annumi.
nol3 W. C. LITI'TLE, Agent, Ibsny.
I States Review, monthly; WVashingtonu. 5 )er;.nn.
no13 WV. C LT I'LE, Agent, Albany.
ill, striations, nimntily, edited by W. E. Burton, e.q.
Philidelphia. Terms 3 Per anninm.
nol3 V. C. LITTLE, Agent, Alba-y
1. I'ANYofthe iwtvof Albianr, continueto insure uilmd-
ings, lurmiture, goods and merchandize against loss or
dunamage by fire, at the rates estihilish, d Iy other offices in
the state. JAMIRS STEVENSON, President.
John Taylor, Jonathan Lyman,
Pter Gansevnort, John M Newton,
Thomas MrElroy, Ly man Chapin,
Hligh Humphrey, BeiJamin Tibtits.
George WV. Stanton, Stephen Van Rensselaer,
I.emuel Steele, Henry Newman,
Egb,.rt Egberts, John Davis,
C,,nrad A. Ten Eyck, Eraglus Hills,
William Adams, Gerrit V. S. Bleecker,
Lanisinj Pruyu, John H. Prentice,
Lansing G. Taylor, Joel Rathbone.

A. E. Brown.
noll-2w RICHARD

BURGH, touching at the intermedi-
at(" landings
The new and splendid low pressure steamboat SAR-
ATOGA, Ciptaiii J. D. Wilcox, will hereafer, for the
remainder of the season. mak- three trips each week be-
tween Albany and Nctewburgh, for freight and passage,
as follows, viz: -
Leave Albany every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-
day morning, at 9 o'clock.
Le-ave Ncwburgh every Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
dat morning at 8 o'clock.
ThIe steamboat aratoga has been altered by placing
the wheels on her sides, so that she has an extensive deck
for carrying all kinds of freight, including horses, car-
riages, furititue, &c all of which will betaken atmodo-
rate prices.
For further particulars, enquire on board, or at the of-
fice of thie P'eople's Line steamboats, Albany, or of D.
Crawlford & Co., Newburgh. noI3
k' -xVOUx LADI-S-Tlie iext tertu willcoin-
tmefce om Monday i ext, 18 hi Nov. itsi. For particulars,
see standing advertisement in this paper, nol10 1w
YOUAG INI-'lhe tiext lermii will co tnence on
Monday next, 18th Nov. inst. nol2-lw
.jeat of gloves for real confort, adapted to the sea-
son, just opening at the
no"2 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market at.
BANK I'TOCK-I. 0. DAVI6 & CO. will sell
on Friday, i5ith iat., a quantity of Bank stock.-
cSee aut tilin ales. nolg
AISINS-Fresh raisins in whole, hail and quarter
R ,Xcs,just received ad for sal, by
tiol2 E R. & E. SATTERLEE,.61 State *t.
I-ILACK LACE VIELS--tich chaitily and
I huavy Lyons bLck lace vels, in great variety, will
be found at P. & 1.. BRi \VN',
New York Dy Goods st,,re,
no12 434 N, rnilh Market st.
C'HtLDREN9S GLOVES-Lined and united
' Beaver, BIrlin 4nut Kia glovi a for safe sit the
nol2 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. M;,rket st.
c-ived and for .sae iy
Bo.2 K. & E. SAT rERLEE, 61 State at.
OJOUS DE LAINE SCARFS. will be fou din
1 greatt variety, at P. & G. BROWN'S,
no012 434 N. Market at.
NTICHOLAS NICKLEHVBY, cmlil, te-Lile and
1 Alventure.-so Ni hol;,s Nickleby, tby Chas. Ditk-
ei s. (B (z), with illustrations, c'-mpiete in I vol.
Curiis o. Health; sn mtli ily of living; observations on
the preservation of h-al Ih n infancy, youth, manhood
ind ;tge, Lon-on edition.
Part XI pictorial edition of Shakspeare, Comedy of
h'UCe Hand Book of Heraldry, the Cricketer's Hand
B, iok, the Hand Boo< of M agic, Swimming Hand Book.
Language and Se'ntime.nt of Flowers. the Angler's Hand
Book. Haid Book of DI)omncstic <;oikery, &c.
C',nstantiiople,,con lets, in 1 vol.. ele'gantly bound in
morrocc, gilt; ceniery of Asia Mihor, illu treated, draw-
ings from nature. witli historical account of Cotiatanti-
iop e, and d, s-ription of'the plates.
Amierican Alniun:,.c, for 1S4o.
St-ci.ndl sri $21), in a c se, for sale by
no 12 W. C.: LITTLE, coar State *t.
N EW BOOKS-Nicholas Nickleby, complee-i
IN ime voluitn .
The Brigantine, or Admiral Lowe, a tale of the 17th
Nan l)arrell, or ihe Gi8sey Mother, by the author of
the Hteiress, 2 vols.
Alfred de Rosaun, or adventure of a French Gentleman.




The ladi(s of Albany are invited to attend a meeting
th!s afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Lecure Room of the
Rev. Dr. "prague's church, on African education, when
Mr. Cresson will lay before them much interesting infor-
mation on thi- subject.
Mr. Cresson's last lecture on colonization wi!I be held
at 7 o'clock this evening in the same church. The friends
of Africa are re-pectfully invited-the condition of the
colonies and commerce of Africa will be the; topics present
Wednesday, Nov. 13.
At Donaldsonville, La on the 24th ull., of nervou fe-
ver, RENSSELAER GANSEVORT,'1l. D. farnierly of this
ci y. aged 39 years, bon of the late L-onard Gaiisevoort,
jr e-q
Suddenly, at S indy Hill. on the 29th ult., GEORGE
BuRR, eFq. aged 31 years.

The New Era gives the following satisfac- rfrom the Wa'hington Globe] ATIHENEUM IIALL.
tory explanation ot the cause of the quiet and TREASURY NOTES. I EXTRAORDINARY NOVELTY AND ATTRAC-
decorum which characterized the late election A New York correspondent of the United States TION-GRAND EXHIBITION.
in the city of New Yurk:- Gazette expressed some s-urprise, a few days ago, I
in the city of New York:- that treasury notes should be the only species of I Tills E VENING, and every evening during the week.
But te ~ The well ksown IL, DIAVOLO ANTONIO, from the
What were the causes of so striking and grat- stock which! had not greatly fallen. But the ex Theatres Iowl Dury Lte, ovent Gard n Park e
ifying an exception to the deplorable course of planation is to be found in the prompt and honest atre ;arid Niblo's Garden, N. V., b.rs leave to inform the
former examples ? The first and greatest un- manner in which every note has been rdeenvd i in lihaii,;nts of Ail.any and its vicinity, that he intends
doubtedly was the liberal and truly democratic re- specie or its equivalent as soon as it has become exhibitii, wi h is celebrated family, in the science of
Gyiniastic per!brmar:c.s; on whiIi occasion will be
spot paid by our worthy Mayor to the character due. ptesentd th, inmirac lous and -almost incredible evolu-
of our population. Unlike his predecessor, he did We understand further, that many even of those tions of that un-qualied It:-lian artist on the COitDE
not insult and irritate our respectable mechanics not due have been received in advance for duties VOLAN'IE. Also, the trl.yv ei'gant perfornianc s of
and laboring men by employing an extra constab- and lands, when their amounts do not exceed the his o-., ANIONIO, ,ORENZO, AUGU 'IUS and
A lPtONZ O, comprised in thiemosti m:.gniriccnt displayy
ulary force to obstruct their passage to the ballot sumi to be paid, and when the holder is indebted to of position in thle science :f Gymnastics-portraying
boxes, under the impudent pretence of preserving the United States. sorne of the rmot grand and imp mi.- groups from hean-
public order. He did riot play the Turkish Vizier, But the correspondent of the Intelligencer is ,init nasters-i,,suipas whi h"tlych:diengetileworld;
and surround the polls with bands ot mercenary this morning trying to depreciate those, and to consisting of Accrd,liat Sne, in the Gymnastic exerci.
~ss, the CoriceV ante, or Flyinig Hope, Groupes and
janissaries. There was scarcely a constable to be cast censure on the public officers because they Talenus, Evitntin ior;zFontnl Pyramids, Sailor's lorn-
seen-certainly not more than two at the entrance are not redeemed in a different manner long before pipe, ,omic Chin.,se Dance, in f,ll co,,ume, &c. &c.
of each poll-and the people, thus entrusted with falling due. What absurdity and unreasonable For full particulars, see b s ofthe day. &
SAdnhissin 25e,.nts. Doors open at 7, and the per-
the management of their own affairs, naturally pretension for party effect, '-,ii ncts to commence at 8 o'clock. tmoaking is pro-
felt the pride, anid exercised the politeness of re- hibited.t
spectacle citizens, and mutually accommodated [From the Harrisburg Reporter.]pTic'r t to be hadatoffthe ersdnattndnce vningto preserve
each other. Our democratic Mayor seems to have U. S. BANK. order. Fron seats reserved for lad es.
acted upon the simple, though profound and corn- The public will see by a correspondence be- 'The room will be kept comfortably warmn, and gool
prehensive maxim of an eminent foreign states- leen us and the Auditor General, that this in- 1 -4t
man, there is less danger of physical lbrce being tween us and the Auditor General, that this in- music will intend.STN, IF:
applied to isthat less dager of physical o a rce be ia stitution has not complied with its charter, nor I_.SNOLOGNY--iYr1 &.tlE
ppiedto dor tat s oen hanto dor tatt will give a tree 4, cture Thi~s I.,kening, at the Chem-
is shut.' with special r quisitions imposing upon it the du- .ic I L.ctut e Room in tile M,cdical t-olege. n 13
It was in vain that our opponents made their ty to make monthly returns of its transactions.- CION NOTICE-Asi'n.es' sale of Dry
usual preliminary appropriations to hire pugilists Iis delinquent in all respects. We shall hereaf- ''.ods-I. 0. I)AVI-, & CO. will sell TIII)
and bullies at home and rom afar. Unbacked by ter reler to it more at large. ()RNINv at 10 o'clock, at the sales room, for cash,
and bullies at home and from afar. Unbacked by wiholit reserve, alargetiuant.ity of seasonal: dry goods.
Reporter Office, Alco. on a credit of our in piths, a genesA i assortment
5 crews of party constables, armed with long staves Harris Nov. 71839. and domestic dry go' ds, no3
and summary authority, these mercenaries dared iHarrisburg, Nov. 7. 1839dno13
do nothing to disturb the prevailing tranquility. Sir-Conceiving it a matter of importance to IUCTION NOTT CE-Birds--J. I. JONPS will
They knew thating to disturbtack the prevailing tranqud sinew of theity community that the continued neglect of the A sell 'TlI-si MIOR\ING at 1Oo'clock, in sa esroom.
the democracy, without these their usual auxilia- Bank of the United States to turnishL its monthly a laige nun bh.r of hieauit'nl canary birds in till song and
the democracy, without these their usual auxilia- staements to your office should b made knownfeterT1.re of various colors. The whole will be
ries,-under whose official sanction they had been statements to your office should be made known old without reserve.
rie,-uderwhse ffiia sactin heyhadb in an^ authentic shape, I beg leave to repeat the "`Aso,, l--veiinq. itt early candle light, a choice tnd
wont to commit outrages upon unoffending c- in an authentic shape, beg leave to repeat the Ivy,
zens with assured impunity,-would be to incur enquiry which I made last week at your office.- elegant collection of oil paintings, engravings, Iltho-
a certain and signal punishment, which they Have any monthly statements been made by the graphs, &c no13
aBay of the United States since the statement of CTION SALE-Byord~rof the assignees, the
would find little difficulty in remembering for the Bank oe,, the united States sinchave youth stat any timent etire stock in t'ude of a merchant tailor, will he
future; and they probably knew an adequate bo ly November, 1838, and ifnot, have you at any time sithoutreserveo n the pri es, No 40Market
of brave, unbought, unhired, but called on the bank to furnish th m, and has that
o'bae nogt niebtunited demo-wi?&c st., next door to Mlontazomery Hall. Sale to commence at
crats, wereready, in every ward, to inflict it, if call been complied with ? Respectfully, &c. 10 o'clock A 1M .on Fri'ay, 15;:h inst.
c were r ee vry war in c a D. BOAS. See public saIes. nol3
necessary. The exemplary peacefulness and de- Go. R. ESY, esq., Aud. Gen. Penna, A D FR SLE-110 a res of ind in tle
corum ofthis great city at the late election, is at- y utie.fCOhilo, the greater part of ivin bout twenty
tributable therefore to the people themselves, and Auditor Gerernl'sl Office, i miles tvwst of Tol do, on the rou'e of the Tolrrto nid Mi
to thl confidence so properly reposed in them by November 7h, hJ39. S i7anciry Rail-road, is offered for satl at the rate of
the public authorities r Sir-Yours of this day has just come to hand $2 27 per cre. Apply att 17 Green.- .. Allany. nol-lin
... .. ........ i- --HIN E- CHE NiI .]--Blne black frinep flhe-
Swhch ou sk tme uesion, y avlmry ut"'.r- rILsm'ri a h


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lcon -equence ol the crowded houst s attending Mr.
WELIEN'Si perfirniainces, the proprietors have engi-
ged hiin for o.e week longer.
Mr. WVeldien desires Jt judgment ofthe public on his
performances as compared with any Magi or Rahab.-
The whole of his exercises are of the must moral char.
acter, aind ih'" experiments and feats perto umed aie
generally inmcumtprcheniible 'T'lt cxhibiti-it Will consist
twenty beautiful Exi.e, iimllts, il uitr.ivivc of tir mirace
lous teats attributed to the Ancient Maiciains, Necro-
miancers, Sorcerers, Indian iBratiins aid ilindoo Jug-
glers, consisting ol a MAGIC FI.A.-T, in two parts, in
which Mr. \V(iden will employ his science to excitt, the
imagination ofthelm spectators with a variety of objects,
winch they will try in vain ito account or, and all tliffcr-
ent from each other.
He will conclude his wonderful exhibition by allowing
any gentleman to load a Pistol with three balls and lire
them at his breast, and catch them in his hand.
The Grand Cosimrnianacontai1s upwards of 40 splen-
did Paintings, among which may he .paL ticularsed the
splendid Scriptural representation of Belsltazzar's FeCas.
Admittance to the whole 25 cents. no7
OARD WANT-D-'wo gentlemen wish board
in a private family, or where there are only a few
boarders, within i few minutes walk of the Eagie Tav-
ern. Apply by letter, box 239 Post office. no9
R EMOVAL-H. H. BABCOCK has removed his
stock of dry goods to store No. 3S9 South 'Market-
at., two doors south from Hudson st. na9-l;ac
,UPHE VARIIETY SI'oRE-ihe subs.-'rbe, ha-
1 v g liilely imadie ai important alteration in i he a-
bove cstdablishmnent, is enabled ro expose more samples of
his go(,ds, and i hlreby giv, 1to visitors a more corrn ect idea
ol the extent of his a'sortli, nt. t- izens and strangers
are invited to cali either to examine ihe collection which
is extensive, or to purchase. S. VAN SLHAACK,
no9 3922 -. Market st.
FTIIE suiiscriber h;s received an extensive assortment
r of F ench, Engtiish 1lii Germian toy.s, fancy goods,
&c., which lie would bring to the observation of the pub-
lie in gener.A. JACOB Bt-,R.INGER,
nU9 S'2 1tu te street.
jIARIS GAMES-'I'he Graces, Coroniellos, Bat-
tledoor anRd iutLlecoclk, Ilyini Birds, A&c fr sale
at the U. S BAZAAR.
no9 1324 N. Market st.
0 THE LADIES-P.& 'G. BROWN heg to
Lintiinate that G. B. lihas this morning returned from
New York, where lie has soured a great variety of rich.
th-w and fashionatble go ods. 10 cases have been rceiv-
ed this day, which together with their previouusl
c(,plete a.-sortinent, enable ihemrn to offlr to the
ladies of Albany. :i stock of dry goods, which for extent,
varirtv and novelty cannot be suipassecd. NewYolkDry
Goods -tore, 434 -.. Market st. no9
RENCH HAIR BRUSHES- upeiior ptn-
.etratiug hair brushes. fir ale. ati th,
no9 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market s'.
Bit. \V\ have received this morning an assortment
ofrich blue blk and colored silk fringes, with tassels t.
mauch,such a.s is fashionable fur trimuntng man'll;as.
mnaniles, &e. New York Dry Goods Store, 431 South
Ma ket st. r o9
L latest Par'sian s.yle. A frw still on hand of thi
.-elebIritid Celle Freres' make, and tor sale at the new
fashionable dry goods store.
no. '297 North Market st.
'a.I LES--Best cast steel Bastard and Float cut fi;es, for
r sale by GEOR.E WVAtREN,
Q ,,.26 372 S. Market st

SB OWVN hitvejust received a c nuplete assortment
of all descriptions nf domestic blched and bro shirtings an(i
shmnetings., canton flannels, ticking, cheeks, d.illings,
shilling calicoes, &c., to which lthe beg to call the :mttei-
lion of families making their fall purch:isus. These
godsa are all of the best qualities. and remniarkauly cheap.
ew York Store, 424 -. Market st. ocl7
is a preventive against chapped skin, removes erup
tions, and by constant use pro ;u-es a softness of conm-
plexion; also imparting the agreable fragrance of t .t
celebrated Eisence of Hovenia. Soli genuine at the
se'25 U. S. BAZAAR. 324 N. Market st
I 6AiilU I\ ATEK-'ruTis water composed only o
simples ai.,d aromatics, strengchuns the guns, fastens th
teeth. keeps them white and healthy, relieves tooth aci,
iandi prevents further decay; it likewise cools tihe moutt
and sweetens the breath. Sold ,-enuine at the
no9 U. S. BAZA AR, :'24 N. Market st.
g, HAMP ,GNE-Lanmblert and Ship brands, of su-
perior quality, received on consignment, and oi
a ile at very moderate prices, by
noe 297 North Market 't.
A large supply just received and tfur sale at
no8 392 South Market st.
SHAKER SIEVES, from 2 to 22 inchIes in dianm-
eter, anid ofeve.y siz- inaniufactured, for sale at
l1oe 392 South Market st.
B BOTANICAL GLASSES-For examining mi.
nute objects, for sale at tlie
no7 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Marke' st.
CLOTH EXAMINERS, or Linen Provers, lot
sale at thle U. S. B ZAAR,
no7 324 North Markez street.
OTICE-At a meeting of the Trustees of the New
York Life Insurance and Trust Company, held
Tuesday, November 5, 1839, JAIMES I. JONES, esq
was nominated unanimously to fill a vacancy in thi
Board of Trustees. November 5;.h, 139.
no7-d3w E. A. NICOLL, Sec'ry
ANTED--an American, Eiglish or Germuan
Girl, as Cook, in a sinal fanmilv. Good recom-
m idations are required. Apply at No 13 Montgome-
ry s ret-t. 06
C OTT'ON BATTS-Suipe ior quality, by the
pound or bale, ut3--4 South Market st., Commnercial
Buildings, by

A CAKD-GREGOVRY & CO. would invite the at
L.nanoil Of aill to tlteir splendid ;is.sorlntwnt of .ain
delauras, Gerandoles, Astral and Mantl Limps, Hnitgintg
Lamps. with br nchesa, for parlors, stores, &c., tall
Lamp and Lanterns, hide Lights and Cot ner Lights, &c,
received dire-Ct fromn the diffe eat utanufactories. They
are enabled to sell them at such prices as to make itai,
xol.j!ct to purchasers, at the Cmina, Glass, and Earthen
\ are -tore, 359 South Market St.
0. & Co. have a very extensive assortment of CHINA.
fLA.)S, AN EARI'IEN WARE; in every variety
of color, shape and pattern, to which they are constamitl
making additions. nio6-2w
UNCUT VELVETS, together with a rich as-ort-
mnenlt of shaded sA.las, and ribbons to match, can bte
found at prices to suit the times, at No. 46 ltate st.
1 aU1INE PERFUMERY-Fronm lie foh,,w.
uin noted European pertuimers, viz. Lub ni, Pr, -
vo.t, l'ger, Guerlain, Renaud, Paitey, Lagoutte, L;iissy
Piver, Lowe, Rigge, Pigeau anid Chaitmuas. Also, Amlcr
ic:ti perfumery from Johnson, at the
no6 U S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market st.
U aMBRELLAS-- ilk and gingh.m uimbiellus it,
every variety.
Tney should ie kept ai walking cant s,
In a climate so) uu-ieady,
So that every time it rains,
We can have them always ready.
For sale at tne U. S. BAZAAR,
noO 321 North Market street.
REUSSIA SHEET IRON-50 p.eks first quality
urecs, lived and fur sale b
to5-i4tc2t ERASTUS CORNING & CO.
5000 oandlis English sheet imn,
30 do Philadelplia do
2.51'i boxvs tin plate,
10 c: ses copper,
IflU sheets B; asiers' do. For sale by
: p-r or minnke inminqililty, tt the iCew lu.;hionable ur)
goodS store, "27 North %Iat ket s reel.
1no5 lAt.KENZIE & AIK'iAN.
C OSMET[IC COLD CREAM--An el ici,_'.-
antd agreeable renieily I('or clitfiig o eruptions oftihe
,skin, and beautfoll enmo ient for roughness or chiappiiit
oi thie lips, (i sale at the VARI'ETY S I'ORI;,
no.5 392 S. Market st
Sfurtler supply icceiveil at the new fashionable diry
goods store, *a97 North Market at. 1o5
i ORAL AND AMBER BEA>DSior sile at
ro 'S 3'VA4IETY Mal'OriE,
no5 39"2 ouith .Market St.

rT luKING--uper 7 4 bed ticking just received anil
for sale at 38-1 South Market street, Conmmercial
khithdings, by
R AZORS--\VadA and Butcher's superior waqiant-
eta raz-,rs, for sale by
n,,4 GEO. VARR-EN, 37- S. Market rt.
SHAWLS- 'l'he sutseri!)-r has just rvc, ived a la.g,
iassorLmentol'the best qualities of Merino aind Ka-
byleshauwls, and for ale as low as tile quality willadmit.
421 S. Market si.. cat side,
no4 ,orser of r Divisi- in st.
II-iSESE CIHESS MEN-Bcautitlully wrought,
/ just ree'd at ithe
nnl U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market st.

INCOMPARABLE-'T he Chintse Razors sold at BY WILLIAM H. SEWARD,
h o)U. 6. BAZAAR, 324 N. Mtil it s t. GOVERNoR OF THE STATE OE NEW-YORr,
FLANNELS-5-4 white flannel, for Sale ui at JkoI .
iMarket st., Cunmmerci;!l fhlui!iu!.s, by A PROCLAMATION.
no2 MOSEL-hV &- VAN GAASR'E K. WNVtEREAS the Executive authitrity of this State has
P ORTABLE WRITI' iA DESKJS--lt.,lu- been accustomed, with the con-ent ofthe People, to desig-
1. f, cured in a super to, manner, fo sale at the
no2 U. S. BAZAAR,324 N. Market st. nate a day for the annual offerings of public Thanksgiv-

XTEW BOOKS at (I. S'lLEELEI'- Boi.kstoie. ing and Prayer:
1_ rre;itse on ihe ieatm Emngin Iy Jamnes Re,.wick, Anrid whereas, Alnimghly God hath not withdrawn from
LL. D 2d edition, rev,s d and eiihargt-d. us the protection and bexietic nce extendeil to our fore-
F:,ther Butler and the Lo.ghi Deary Pilgr-im, by W.V. 14. fathrs, but haih remenbi ir, d us in mercy during the pas-
CatrlLof to wliieu is added Nadunal Talcs, by ThoutmiS
HIL)od. 2 vols. sing yc'ir; hath sent us abundant harvests to reward the
And ;1l the new piublil cat ors. no2 labors of the husbandniman anid supply the wants of the
F A SIIONAiLE CANES-Gen(lelneu can se- por; hath averted from ut the calamities of war andi pes-
L ct fro, a very choice itsso) taien ;itttle tilence; hath st i frd us to maintain and more firmly
n11 U. s. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market st. establi-h republican institutions, securing a larger mea-
rI1O TAILORS AND SEAMS'TI'IESE sure of civil and religious liberty, social tranquility and
-1-The subtsciutir has just recci veil front the. iuarli nuf
fCcturers, it new kind of ne-die, designed expressly for d-mestic happiin,-ss, than has ever before been enjoyed by
the use of tailors, and which arte s-id to ti' far superior anyy people; hath crowned with good success the means
to any other ever off red. Also in addition to the athove, which havw been employed by the state, by associations
a small supply of the sanue quaitiy nee.dles fir ramnily
uamll supply of the same q VAN 8sAACK. and by individuals for the duvelopement of the abound-
oc25 392 South MarketL st. ing resources of our country, the relief of the urifortu-
5 REWARD-VWill be paid to any person naite, the reformation of the vi-ious, the improvement of
h tm S who will give the subscrinber information of education, the cultivation of science, the perfection of
th person or persons that wick, dly and malicio sly broke the arts, and the maint nance of the Christian r(-ligion:
his fence on the nigh of the 29tll inst ad also a wne-t
or two since, in from of his lot No. 110 WVashin-totn st ; Noiw therefore, in pursuance of said custom, I do here-
to be paia on proof and convict on of the p- r-on or per- tby appoint Thursday the 28th dav oft Novemhber next, to
sons committing tIhe trespiss. 1 Ialso caution persons a- Ie observed throughout this state, as a dlay of PUBLIC
against unmmnttilig thle like malicious trespass 0gain o0m 0
tie suts rilber's premnises, for as certtini as I catctn tn em, WORSHIP. THANKXSiIVINO AND PRAYER. I recommend to
they don t leave ihe piemiss alive if powder and ball my fellohw-citizens that they abstain on that day from all
will prevent it. Albany, Oct. 30, 18-:9. secular emploementi inconsistent with a right and ac-
oc31 6. WV. STANTON.
_-I ------ -KR w-'- ceptablle discharge of tlhiose solemn services; that they as-
WiI. LOCKROI-Dcar sir:, It isvihf'igsfspin teir a- pcs ofpuiic worship, andlthteue,
lie-rtfelt gmritmude, that I publtily bear t'vidclice iiisenihle in their u.
your tffi'ctiual ,kill n renmovirun thilt lrost. Ioatthsotine ,and in the fornis and manner approved by their consciences,
uiisgusling disease son ini'idvit to the imb cilitiesoufminy offer their humble an I grateful acknowledgments to the
ofthIe human taminly. Yes. true is it, 1 was mo-.t bitter y (ot of the Universe, celebrate His praise, invoke His c,,n.
punished ifor my iid:scretion inassociating witti) badly c.Ii--
pany, b,.t be au.ured it has proved it blessing by reform tinued protection and favor, and implore His guidance in
na ime of those habits which wrre headliont precipitating tne ways "f wisdom and virtue. Well knowin;- that His
me in!o anirretrievall-'vorrex of ruin You are aware Providence is as inipmtrtial as it is lenefieent, let us also
of the horrid condition in whcli I luft my former phitsi-
cian, and placed myself -ndt-r your care, of the living hits,'eh Him to deliver the oppressed throughout the
death and gradual decay which was insidiously carrying world, and vouchsafe to all mankind the privileges of
nime to my grave; hiit ever will I b grateful to a bientir igious liberty, nd the knowledge, influence
Providence for receiving the rinnovating inrfluene's ofivil an hgious berty, nd the knowledge, influences
your m, dicines, invigorating my coinsiutlion. healing and blessed hoprs of the Gospel ofls 9 -on our Saviour.
my wounds, and leaviiug aie in a state raf perfect h'altu In tesimony whe eof, I have caused the privy seal of
My means were inatlquate to piy you for your serVi- tile SlaLte to be hereunto affixed, at the city of Alba-
0 s, but I hope by thus publicly expressing my gratitude (. s.] ny, on Ihe tweniy-recond dy tof Octoluer in the
Ior the s:nme. you nmiy lie benefitted and the c:itse (if hiu year of our Lord one thousand eight Iuundrrd anid
Inanity sulserv-a, in thus re.'oinnenlii your saill to ill thirty-nuine, and of Amnerican Indeape'ilence the
who may be thus unfortunately ffliLted. Yours, with sixty fourth. WILLIAM H. Si-;WA.ARD.
gtrititude. 0. S By ti.e Governor.
The gentleman above alluded to, has authornsed Dr. SAML. BLATCrHoRD, Private Secretary.
Lockrow to stmy, that he is willing to mike ia vy.hbal de-
claration to ulmy oteu that doubts time iiuthcntucity i f the 1,t' ,ii c,, l ci ml t itc irv It-Id ri. Ih liltit.- il \ V uori,
forego nig statementm;- h may be seen at am hour's notice An the city of New York, on the thiny-first day ol
dturig the day or evening. October, te u loUistofNd l igt hundred ant thirty-ainy-
N. B. Ple;tse be particular aits to the proper name and Present, i Reuen H. Wialworth, chancellor.
number; Old Galeti's Lock Dispensary, No. 5a Bcaver- n,,libirt N\ ilcox, vs. Ed iv i Thionmps.n and Thomasc
st. *eradvertisement (in firs' p ige. 11o5 Britton.
OMAN VIOLIN STtIN(IS-'Thne best arti- It ippearun,. by affiduivitto the satisfaction ofthis court
jle imported, just received at thie that process lor thie ppe, rancee of the deft ndaiiin 'l'loUi-
oc2 U.S. BAZAAR. :324 N. Market st. ais Briton has been duly issued, and t;,at the bamecould
W1 ANTED IIMIEDIATELY-An acii ve in not be served umon the said defendant bettire thm return
telbigent boy at tie Piano Forte and M music )epot, da thereof, by reason of his continued asemnce fr m thus
'291) North Market st. oc29-3t 'tut -on lotin of Nel-on Beartls.e -oliitor for the
colisplai nant, it is ordered, that the satid defendant cause,
HOT Bd ELTn S-Doubae rnd binole with patent his appearance to hu; entered, and notice thereof to be
and plain chargers, or sal- bv. served upon ithie cornplatinatul's solicitor within three
oc29 ObEO. WA RREN, 37-2 S. Market st. months from the date o, this order, and in case of 'his

supply of the richest qualities, and every variety of
color, at extreme y moder.tte orices, received bits morn-
ing at the new fashionable dry goods store, 297 North
Market street.
FOWLING GUN BARRELS-2 ca-,s iuipor-
ted per ship England, wellassorted, received in store
,his day by GEO. WAIIREN,
<.c29 372 Soutlh Market .treet.
tI US U 1lHA1-1'H1E GI'.'NUI\E DE'IilAl'',HY-
Its operation ii inst intatneous-. rentving thehair without
the leamt approach to pain, :And leaving the skin whiter
and softer than before. sold t the
oc2i U. S. BAZAAR, 321 N. Market st.
(AOMIBS-German Silver Fine Tooth Cornhs, ju.tre-
L ceivd and for s-leat TrHE VARIETY r TORE,
oc29 39-2 South M trket st.
SLOAK STUFFi-Received thismorning a-up-
ply of rich striped cloak stuTffi, quite a nr-w article,
ind very cheap, at the new fashionable dry goods store,
297 North Market street.
EMBROIDERY FRAME-A superior French
embroiderv frame for s tie at the
ocb19 U. S. BAZAAR, 1'24 N. Market St.
o(,29 392 Soulh Market st..
-EIIR[NOS-French mnerinoes, in every variety of
Color; English do, finished as soft ;-s French; at tilhe
New York dry goods store. P. & G. BR4 ,WN,
oc9 434 South Market st.
Sdry goods store. On that is active and of good
character, whose parents reside in the city and near
Lhe store, would be preferable.
424 South Market st., east side.
oci1 corner of 1)ivision st.
C HILDREN'S WAGONS just receive and to
au31 292 out)h Market st.
SILK VELVETS-A great variety of shatles aid
annd quality's for sale at uncommon low prices, to
gether with rich shaded and plaid gibbons to correspond,
at 46 State street.
v NUFFEiS ANDi 'T AY.S-Br:ss arid is eei
j suuffi-rs, brass arid japanned trays, C:0 doz ;ssort d
lor sal, by GEOl',GE WARREN,
oc25 372 South Market st.

LT & A. GOULD & CO., 104 State street, Al-
wVi liny, I tav'-, just retu-i'Vtd itnl for sa'e-
The Harry Case, a review or, and stri,-lures i n. thlc
opinion of his honor the Chancellor of the St;te tf Nt-w
York. delivered '26 h August, 1839, in the late c.se ol
[he P. opie, ex relatione, John A. Barry, versusThorn-
as R. Mercein; affording also a correct vi, w of tie c r-
ctimstanc s of ib'h c-La, and the persecutions of the re-
viewer, by his wife, fath.-r and family and others, their
partisans, up to ihe present time, hy John A. Barry. o25
_ERMXVNENT INK-Bond's Genuine P-ieia-
neat tnK, for marking linen, silk or cotton with a
common pen, without the troubIle or preparation, just re-
crived at the U. S. BAZAAR,
oc25 321 No, tlh Mal ke street.
merited penmanship, for sale a' the
no22 U.S. BAZAAR. :321 North Market st.
t-1ILES AND TOOLS-A complete a-sortment
of flutcher's cast sTeel tiles and too!s, just received
;and for sale at 410 State street, by
ocl2 J)ANII.L FRY & CO.
Clerk's office-The follow na apportionments have
i),-en reltirn-d to he Ctrnmmon Council of this city, and
will be confirmed unless cause to the contrary be shown
on or before the'25th d'-iy of Noveimber next, to wit:
An apportionment of the expense of pnving, &c Lunm-
ler st. from TPen Brick to North e;irl st.
An apportionment of the expense of paving, &z. section
2 o Southi Market st.
An apportion ent of the expense of paving, &c. QPetinn
:1 of South Market street, between Ba~sett and Nucella
An apportionment of the expense of bh'iilnling nn arch
or sewr over Rutien Ki I creek, from the termination uf
the present arch or sew- r on the north side of lHulso,
st., to the intersctLioun of the arch or sewer iieartliejunc-
tion of Beaver and Hallenl>ake sts
An :ipportionment of the expense of excavating High
at., between Hudson and Lydiussts.
An ap or ioinent of thle expense of r-pl. cing piles on
,he dick, urom Harnilon to Ferry st.
An anptiortioninent for excav.tine Lancaster St., from
Hawk toSwin st.
An apportionm:nt for repairing Hili st.
An iap;portionuent for paving, &c. P'hilip st. from Hud-
son to Lyidius sr.
An aup,)rtionment of the expense of paving section 4
of South Mark t st.
An appuortiolniert of the expr-n.e of a we'l itn Herk-
iner street [oc24] GEO. V. WVEEI), Clerk.

Clerk's Oflice-'htl- following apportionments have
been returned to the Common Council of this city, ant
will be confirmed unless cause to the contrary be shown
on or beforethe 21 day of )ecemnt: r next, to wit:
An apportionment of the expe se oif paving, &c aer--
tion o Fox s'r et, f.oni tile centre of Cross st. to 621 feet
west f :HawWk st
An apportionmnnent of the expense of paving, &c. Fox
st, from near thI house of M3r. Fiazor in Fox st.to tIne
centre of Cross st.
An apportionment of the expense of a ,rain in Spring
an:d )Doe s;s.
An support onment for paving, &c. Bassett at., from S
Pearl toFr nklin st.
An ;ipprtioninmnt for repairing Archi st.
An ;ipportiouniiient of tli,; expense of pavinrg, &c. ec
tion No. 1 of South Market sl.
An al purti nmient for paving. &c. llamilton st., from
William to Haill-nt ,ki si.
An ap ortionnient for paving, &c. State st., from EIa-
mle to Lark st.
An ;ipportionment of the expense of a druin in .prin:

appearance ilhtat he cause his answer to the complain-
ant'sbitll to be filed, and a copy thercoifto be served on
tile coum[laminant's solicitor within lobrty days after s"r-
vice of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof saim
hill ilmay he tiken as roiifessrd" and it ist further ordered,
luat within welity days thIe staid conuiplatR;inltcausethis
order to he piltulshed in ihe Albatty Argus and in the
New York Commercial Advert!ser, amnd that ilie said
publication Ie, continued in each of said papers at le;!st
ounte i tin ca -hw' vek lor eight Wvrks iI suicristin, or thitit
lie cau-,(' a copy o0 litlis order to be personally served
on saidl defendant at least twenty days before the time
above prescribed Ior his ;iappear;inr-. A copy.
nol3-8,v Asd-tant Register.
A r a court, ofcriiacery heil liorlle-tlate iNew y'orlk
Satlheecity ,:f New Yoik, on the twenty-4ighth
,lav of October, onetliousaiil iiglut hundred and thirty-
uiine-Prest:nt, William T. McCoun,.vice chancellor of
thin firs-t circuit.
l)udiey S. Gregory, vs. Abraham I. Berry and Mary
Caroline his wife.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfictlon of thi:
court, lhat the defend nts, Abraham I. Berry and Mary
Caroline his wife, reside out of ;hi- stale, but re resi-
'lents of one ol'the Unitedl States, to wit, tf the state of
New Jer-ey-on motion of Mr. Andrew S. Garr, the
solicitor for thle coinplhinant, it is ord(ir-d, that the satiii
delendafnts-cau1e thei r appeiartiace to lie entered,and notice
lhireor f tervedi oin the 'oinplainant's solicitor within four
it.nlhis froin the datli; of' this order, iand in case of their
!ippitarra ncr, tlI.t they cause thLen-ir answer to tlie comi-
ptainatit's bill to Ic filed, and a copy thereof to be serv-
ed on tlticomplainwint's solicitor within 'orty days after
service of a copy ol'suidl bill, and in default thereof, said
!iill intty be taken asconfessed by them: a nid it is furt her
ordere-d, that within twenty days the said complainant
causee tihis order to be published in lthie state papur, and in
the Journitl of Commnerce, and that the said pnblic;ittiot
be continued in each oftke said papers at least once in
each week, for eight weeks in successiomn, or that he
cause acopyof this order to lie personally served on
the said deftndlants at least twenty dt-ys before the Utint,
above prescribed for their appearance. A copy.
nol3-9w ItRAM WALIWORTH, Clerk
A 1' acourtofcnanucery helit or tIe state ot New -ork,
'l at the city of New \ork, on the twenty-eighth day
of October, one thiouisand eight hundred and thirty-nine
-Present, Retiben H. WValworth, chancellor.
Asher Beliing, vs. Sainuel D. Reed.
'IThe same, vs. Tim satuin'.
It apiea ing by affidavil to the satisf etion ofthis eourt
that tie ahov namitned def.:ndant Satinnel 1). Heied, resides
Sut oh'this -tate, hut is a residentt of one of the United
States, to wit, of tlhe late ofMniassachliuetts-and oinl imio-
tion of .lr C. P. Biasseti), of coins.-I for the complain-
atit, it is or, ered, that tlte %aid Sainuel I). Reed ( abuse his
appearance to hbe entered in eac:, (of tIme altov, eitidle,
causes, nnd notice thereof to le served on the ,conplailn-
;ait's solicitor itflllm n lour oino tii- i'rolim the idite ol'til-s
order; a1 in (i' t-) olf his alppt;;iral4eCth;Il he cause his an-
.wtis t tth ills Oftlco iplaint lilr-I in e ch of the above
entiil, d ca)8ism to be filed, nd a copy thereof to ie sirv-
ed on the couilainanilt's solicitor within forty days if-
t-r service of ,o ies of said bil s, anidl it default thiere-
of, said bills of complaint may be takt-n as c-onf,'ssedby
iim: and i is i rter ordered. thlat within twenty d:ty_.
the said complain anit cause t is ortr to be pui)li-l,ed tn
the st:ite puipr, and in th,- New York Gaze te anid Gi-n-
eral Adv<'it ser, and that the said piuliicAtion be contitn-
tied in t'.;tchl of the said patners at least once in each week
for ei''ht weeks in succe-sion, orthat lie causn, a copy of
ihis order to be personally served oil the saidul atmunl I).
lledat least t wn;y 'aNS lh4-fore the time above pre-
scribed for hi., s:tidl appearanc'i s. Copy.
aol:h-Qw Assisia,,t Register.
-11HE peolpfle tot'the state o'f New Vo(rk, hy the --rice ol
I God free and indi'p, nlent, to Na cv Iv'mai, tlhe
widow of Sylvester L)man, 1 it, of the i-my of Albiny
in he conntly of'Albaiy, de-e se'; and to William Ly-
,, an nil henry Lyman, residiig int said city of Alltbfny;
and SylvpI'etr I.tittian James I1. Lyman, resiling ii thf,
citv (1 New York, heirs anl next of kin to said deceased;
nind to I[oracet Wyij'n. of ile city of Al: any, the spe-
ial -uitardiani for (Chtrlrs i. PI. Lymuan, Albert Pic'.-tt,
Mary 'icko't, Ann Picket and Fanny Piketi, who ate
ininor-s; anil heiis anti next o kin of said Sylvester Ly-
man, nlo'cease'l. greeting:
hVIereI.;ts, Will:am Lm'itn. of the city of Albany in
,h county of Albany,h:as lately made application to our
siurroira'e of lie county of All)uainv, to have ; i certain
instrument in writing i elating to both ral arid personal
estate, Svlvest-r L. mat, deceased: You and ;tch of you are
!"i-rbv citeil and required personally to be and appear ht -
'ore o'ur said uirru ate, at hi office in Lhec ity (if' Albany,
oil the twuntv-tif hil.ty of Dece lner next, at ten) ''c!,,ck
In tin' furentoin ,fllittt day, Ihen mand therr, t attend to
,he priobat,- of said inistr-amienit, asthe last will and testa-
Ilit r iit ol'<;- il de .;sedl.
In tcstinionv whi-reof, we have caused th ie seal ofoffice
ofur s;itil suit rOrUite to be hereunto affixe'J. Wit-
[L. S.] iCsS, Athlionly lhn:-ihairdl, e-quir, surrogate iof
our s-i (i county, at thle city of Albany, thlit.
ninth ctiy of' Novrnmber, A. 1). 1P39.
nll-r" A. RIAN'H \RD.
SIBA\ Y C ) U N''V ,iritg:tte's Coiour, In tlie iat-
V Ier of the real e- tate Oi(- (-i in 1f. P'ck hiam, deceased.
Notice! is herel'y given to iill persons litavit cl .iims
a,,in-t thiu t--tate it Orriun I) Pe khatui, late of the town
o,' \\ esterl inI lIe county of' All) iy, l- ceased, to ;tp-
;ear in this court, it thei n office, of te surrogate, in the
city (if Aliany. on the twiecy fuiir h day of December
next, at ten o'clock in the fur nononi o that day, t-n'n and
*here to e hibi) their .eve t al d-*ina.ds, with tihe vo :c i-
ers in -uppo, t thereof; on wvhiclh day distribution will 1 e'
i.aie niotlhe Jmon!ys anri-ini front i tlie stHil of ih real es
tate -f said d, eas d. D.iteI \I ,vemher 9th. 18 V9.
nol3i viw A BIA\CtlIAl). Siirruat,-.

ricHE people of ttIe state of New Yirk, to Berilratmn
i. Crnuer, hr hi sand, oi tue city of New Yo, k; An-
zelict Bast.ard, (if Partis, atnd Anti Mai-a Glover, of
lhivr., rin France; '.lizabetli Pell ant Aum i., Breuii er,
o ltIe city ,. nguw York; Hlitirieta Cruiger, of New Or-
leans, in L tisi:tnt;i; ;n l VWillham l111iil 'ruger, of
.'ipriiug u-l-, Ia- actinsetts. the next of kin of CatiarineK
Ct ug r, dt'centi d, s,.nd .,reeti r :
? lt,-rtas, IJolin ('liirch ;rtlger,, ft lie cityof New Vork,
has latI'lvy utpplieil to. our slrrou'tite ,ltlhe e-wn'y tO'N x\,-
Vork, toi hav- a terl;itn i-asrulnii't in writing, hearitni
!j!ll tie '20th itay of J;tnuary, 1"38, purtporting to dis-
,,uo e Of on lv nersotail ue-itate. nltlv troveul as tipe las!

The steamiboats JOHN MASON,
fCaptain V. Truesdell, JONAS C.
HE|ARTT. Capt WV. XV. ''upper,
will run dai4y (Sundays except d,)
between iroy amtnd Albany, and as tenders to the morn-
ing and evening boats.
Luave Troy- Leave Albany-
6 o'clock A M, to day boat.l 6 o'clock A M. fin night bt.
8j do do 8 do do
Wl do do 10 do do
1*2 do M1 11 do do
I do P M Ij do P M
3 do do '21 do do
4 do do to night bt. 6 do do, or fn day bt.
On Sunday, leave Albany on arrival of night Boat
from New York; ind leave Troy at 4 o'clock to night
For passage, apply at the office 199 River st., Troy, and
foot of Mtate st., Albany.
Ba2gage wa!,_gons always in readiness to carry bag-
',ge to any pai t ofthie cily-charge, 6 cents a trunk or
package. Freight and bi gage at the risk ofthe owners
thereof. Troy, June, 1839. je5

the foot of Hamunilton st., at 4 o'clock
*SiF SS P. MA-Carrying the U. S. Express
ROCqESTER, Capt. A. P. fI. John.
UTICA. Capt. M. H Truesdell.
One of the above splendid low pressure steamboats will
leave as above daily, Saturdays excepted.
The Rochester having been during .he past winter cut
in two and lengthen d, ls now 250 feet long. The inter-
nal arrangement of her cabins has been materially im-
prove I, besidu- having two splendid room saloons on her
main deck, with 15 berth.a in each It is thereore be-
lieved, thai with lher extraordinary speed and extensive
atcomm olations, she will command thatshare of the pub-
lic patronage which she so justly merits.
The Rouch stn r will run through without landing.
The Uti -a will make htier regular Inuds
For further p:nrtictulars enquire on bird the boats, or
it the office on the Pier, near the foot of l-amn-lton st.
N. B. A.11 goods or property of any description put on
board of these boats, must be at tie risk of the owners
sel2 SETH F. K!eLLY, Agent.


T'AIN and the new buat S r. LAWVRE CE, will leave
OSWVEGO every day (except Sundays) alter the arrival
of tiue Packets, at 3 o'clock P. M31 as follows:
United States, Mondays and Thursdays,
St. Lawrence, 'Tuesdays and Frtiays,
Great Bri ain, Wednesdays anI -iaturdays,
and arrive at Lewiston at .5 o'clock Llie next morning, af-
lordiig, ii coiinexion witllh the Lewiston rail-roal anii
stages. and Oswego stages arid packet lines, the most ex-
peditious aind pleasant route between Buffalo and Alba-
ny, passing in view ofNiaaara Falls.
The same boats will leave LEWISTON daily (except
Sunicays) at 4 o'clock P. M., as follows;
Great Britain, Mondays and Thursdays,
United statess, Ttuesdaxs and Fridays,
St. Lawrence, VWe(htiesdays and Saturdays,
and arrive at OUwego at 6 o'clock next morning, in time
ior the packet boats from Oswegu to Utica. From Os-
wecgo the Great Britain will run to Kingston direct, and
the United States and St. Lawrence to Ogtcnsburgh, via
Sackets Harbor, on Sunday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings, touching at thie ports on the south side of the
St. Lawrence.
Packet Boats and Stages leave Utica every after-
noion for Oswego.
3j' Packet Boats leave Syracuse for Oswego every
morning and evening. Travellers who wish to take the
route liy Os-wego, should be careful Inot to pay their fare
on the rail-road farther Ihlan Svracuse. je'28-tNl
To sail every other Saturday from New-York.

Ship LOUISA, WnVm. Ostiorni, master, Oct 26
1 AlEMi'IIS, Sanl. Nichols, master, Nov. 9
S" Ou OuREE, E. Knight, master, Nov. 23
O()CULG,-,E, T. S. Leavitt, master, ), c. 7
FRANCONIA, E. Craibtree, mister, Dee. 21
FRANCIS EPAU, C. A. Forbes, do Jan 4
The above ships are all copper fastened and coppered,
of very light draft of water, built in tis city expressly
for the trade, within elegantly furnished state room accom-
inodalionmfor passengers, and commanded by able anti
eAperieni ed rn.aters.
The price of passage to and fri om New Orleans is $80,
for which the besto stores are proviie.d, without liquors.
'Ihrse vessels will s.til i uuctually as advertised, aind
are towed up and down the Mississippi by team inva-
All goods sent to the subscribers will be forwarded free
of conimnission and passengers at a distance cali secure
berths by writing g to the a;cnts.
68 Souuihb-sreet, New York.
9:7A vessel for Savannah also despatlched once a
keeK. ocl8-o --3m
via Deiliware adl RK.arita Ctanalt--Union Line-
Tile Line will consist of thie following new an;
subsl antiil barges:
ALBANY, Captain Burns,
MICHIGAN, do Allen,
CAYUGA, do 'Torborn,
MIIDLi .-SEX, do Knight,
One of Which will leave Albany every week for the
above port. For freight apply to
No. 120 Pier, Albany.
my27 No. 19 South Wharves, l-hiladelphia.
TO LET-I'hle new three story brick liou1i
151 Lyltus street. Possession given imniiedi-
ifai.ely. Enquire of
ase O J. HOLMES, Fxchange.
-. a TO HE LBE '-T-'l'te spacious upper story
ami of No. .43"2 South Market st.. excellently a;-lapttd
ll- for storuag, or otter put puises. AGpully to
1P. & G. BiROWN,
Sf.,a 411 South M31arket streer.
STORE 'T'O LET-Sltre No. :32 eZtate-
'I sl street, together witlt a good cellar anid loft to bt
I^S'I let, anr tI possession had n.'iiediately. Also,twu
2LanJiii"dle ,)lofts in story No. 13 State street. Apply
on tlie preni ses of
'A eil'Ni E I' --ieceiveil a I rge aisortiienilt of e;-
S de. niiiL, bik alid hik iLxt satLinets at 364 S. Market
st., Comnmercial Build ngs, by
'AN.TED-A Girl, well rcoiitmend.'td, to dli, thi
Tli,.work 1of a sinall faintly. Apply at 297 North
Market street, oc"2

EC I'ION OF LAND ill the state of lhdiana fo
S s;.l, thIe;ip, itf.'ipplieil i(r soon.
T'.ie sawi lmd is il litashlall county, was selected on
tho spot three vears a go, is nxcellee;t im quality, well wa-
werd andi tinmbred, iaind is Otw aurrourided wi lh settle-
cietlts. T:&- price is twi dollars ptr a'-re for cash. verinmrienlt tille. Apply at 377 S. Market st. sB6
n NioTlrlER leuuplane'i ir shaviiig u(i!, ti:e nmos
1 recent preparations for the. beard, jut rec'i at tihe
nu5t (. S. BAZAARlt, 321 N. Market st.
a*A`NtI.HKfES-HXWL8-Dra!), fawn, Nw~intt


DAILY, at 7 o'clock A. NM.
[From the Pier at the foot of St:ate street, Albany.]
CHAMPLAIN, Captain A. Gorham.
ALB'N Y, do J. G. Jenkinis.
ElIli-:, do Jaunts Benson.
One of the above splendid steanimboats will depart for
New York every morning at 7 o'clock, front the foot of
State st., Albaniy.
N. B. All oh the above steamboats have been the
p:tst winter thoroughly repaired atid altered tor thle fur-
ther acciniimiuodiatiin of the travelliing pulc. 'The steam
I)oit Allhiiy lluhas tIeen cut in two aid inaiie 289 feet lon,
lie longest boit in the world, anid speed iB proportion to
her lenth.
For passage apply to the Captain on board, or at the
office on thle Pier, fot of State st., Albany.
j 22 S. WVI'rT, Agent.

Oni and after the 3rd day of November, the Di. WITT
CLIN VON and SWVALLOVW will leave Albany forNew
York at 4 o'clock P. M., for the remainder of the sea-
son, from the Pier, foot of State st., Albany.
LI1NE----Steamboat ROCKLAND,
Capt. WiVmn. Allen, will
Leave Albany daily at 2 P. M.
do Huison do 7 A. lM.
For freight or passage apply or board, or to
Cl-lAS. A. KEELf.R. No. 120 Pier, Albany,
apll JkERMIAIHI BA.ME, Humlson.

On and after 1st S-ptember, trains of cars, by steam
power will leave-
From Troy at 10 o'clock A. M.
3 do P. M.
From Saratoga at 8 do A. M.
41 do P. M.
Daily lines of stages, in connexion with the Rail-road,
leave Saratoga fiur Lake George and WVhitehall, and in-
termiediate places, connecting with all t-he principal nor-
themrn and eastern routes. A -tage will leave Saratoga
daily at 5 o'clock A. M. to t:ke passengers to Whitehall
in time for tha Lake Champlain steamboat of the same
day. All baggage positively at the risk of the owner.
SL. R. SAR(GENT, Sul)t.
se2 H. G. GOODNO, Agent, Albany.

The Cars upon this road will run in connexion with
the Utica and Schenectady, and Syracuse and Utica Rail
Leave Auburn for Syracuse, at 3 o'clock A. M., and 2
o'clock P 31M.
Leave Syracuse for Auburn, at 9 o'clock A. M., and 8
o'clock P. M.. oni the arrival of the cars from the east.
All baggage at the risk of 'lhe owner.
LEVI LEWIS, Superintendent.
Coaches, carrying the United States Mail, will leave
Auburn for Geneva, Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffailo
arid Niagara Falls, immediately on the arrival of the
cars at Aub.:rn; and also at 6 o'clock A. M arriving at
Rochester in 12 hours, and at Buffalo and Niagara Falls
in 24 hours.
The Swiftsure Coach, for Rochester, via Vienna and
Palmyra, will leave Auburn at II o'clock A. M., and ar-
rive at Rochester by 10 o'clock P. M.
O Extras furnished at all times. July, 1839.
jyl7 And others, proprietors.

This road is how in coimpeleeoperation, with two trains
leavungeach end daily, ( "unday excepted) at 8 o'clock
A. M., anid at 44 o'clock P. M., and will be found to be
much the easiest andl pleasantest route to Lebanion
Springs, Pittsfield. Stockbridge and Lee.
Passengers lroin AIb.my or Troy for Massachusetts,
may come down to Hudson in the morning boats and guo
outI in the afternoon train, or come down in the evening
boats, enjoy a good night's rest, and go out in the morn-
intg triin.
PIssengers for Lebanon Springs will be delivered by
R -till-roiad at a point about seven miles from the Springs,
wlie.e coaches will be in readiness to take them to the
Fare from Hudson to WVest Stockbridge, $1, Old Stock-
bridge, 81 a5; Lee, $1 50; Pittsfield,$S 75.
je25-6w C. E. TAVLOR, Agent.

This road is now open Pfor public travel, and during the
summnier will )e run as follows:
Cars will leave Utica or Syracuse at 5 o'clock A.M.,
and at 4 P M..
Returning, cars will leave Syracuse for Utica at 5 o'-
clock A. M. and 4 P. M.
All baggage mniust he marked and deposited in the bag
gage car by its owner or the person having charge of it.
All baggage at the risk of the owner. Syracuse, July
j, JOHN WILKINSON, President.3.
jy8 JOHN WILKINSON, President.

On and after Monday, 21st October, the passenger cars
will leave Worcester at 10 o'clock, A. Al., daily, Suiu-
jays excepted, for Springtield.
'F'he cars will leave Springfield daily, Sundays excep-
tad, at 11i A. M.. for WVorcestivr.
By the abov' arrangement, passengers leaving Boston
it 7 o'clock A. MN., reaci Sp.ingfieid at I P. M. Passen-
gers leaving Springiied ait 14l A. M., will arrive in Bos-
ton by the 3 o'cl ck train from Wourcester, say at 5j P.M.
The corporation will be prepared to transport mier-
chandise over their ro :d after the 22d inst.
oc21-tf GEORGE WV. WHIaTLER, Engineer.
of Blood, NVItoopinu Couglh, and all puhlmonary dis-
eases cured by Jaync's Expectorant, and thie various af-
lections of thIe stomach atii bowels remoinved by his Car-
minative Balsam. Please read thi following letter:
D)arlington, Beaver co., Pa., Feb. 1839.
Dr. D. Jayne--Dear sir: I feel it due to you as the in-
venltor of the d nit-lici ie, and to the pictilc, who many b,
-re atly benefit-ted by it, to state a cure that was perform-
ed in my family, lbv thie use of your Catminativc Balsarnm.
My little son, when about two months old, was s-ized
with a bowel complaint, caused, as I suppose, by change
of diet. It continued for two weeks without intermis
iuin, arid notwithstanding tie remedies prescribed by a
respectable physician, we gave up the child, a victim, as
we supposed, to a fital disease. But 1 providentially
heard of' Jayne's Carminatuve," as an effectual curt' for
bowel complaint, and imnmediarely ulespatched a messen-
ger to a town seventeen miiles off for a bottle. By thle
use of this medicine, in less than 36 hours the disease
was checked, andt b, its continued use for a few days the
child was restored to perfect health. Shortly after this,
there occurred a similar case in one (f the fatnilies on
my congregation; 1 prescrit;ed Jnayn,.I's Carminaiive, and
the r'suit was a speedy cure. From a knowledge of the
e cacy of your mn, d'eine in bowel coinpltint, a disease
tro which children are constantly liable, I have obtained
and keep cons antly in the house a quantity of the Car-
mtinat ive.
Tie saine child, owing to exposure when recently con-
ing up the Ohio, was attacked by that horrible malady,
croup. WVe landed in the tighlt at Beaver Point. and
witen our fears wtre al:rmned lest the hoarse, sepulchral
couili was thIe forerunner of death, we gave him a tea-
spooin full ot the Expertorant, (a bottle of which you pre-
.. -.- -. 111, Ph .ii .Ii[A h... ) Y.,nd qn r.,litd

LU L1C &ALE: .
On Friday, ltii inst., ati0 o'clock,
By order of tihe assignees. ih; ehItite stock in trade ofa
merchant tailor, will te .iold without reserve on the
premises, 410 South Market st., next Mlontgomery Hall.
250 super blue arid blackdr( s: coats
175 steel grey nnixt coatees
171 Boston wrappers ;and cloaks
300 pilot frock aid overcoats
200 super London beaver fro~k coats
150 do overcoats aid surtouts
500 fearnougit and k, rsey coats, all s'z'-s
300 pairs asst'd Linidon ribbed casslnere pants
200 blue and black cloth do
COt ,t- eeps' grey and sattinet pants
450 doub.e br :asied vests of cluth and cassimere, and
silk velvet and fancy p.t.erns.
Togetherwith a large assortment of shirts, drawers,
wratppe s, stocks, bosoms, with a variety of cut gods.
Also ihle lease of tile house andi fixtures, counters. glass
cases, lamps, windows, stovts, &c.

Cars will leave Albany-
At 6 o'clock A. M. hor Schenectady
8j do for Utica,
94 do for Saratoga, except Sunday
21 o'clock P.M., do
5 do for Schenectady, ex. Sunday
7 do for Utica.
Leave Schenectady for Albany-
At4 o'clock A.M.
8 do do except Sunday
10 do do or on arrival from Saratoga.
2 do P.M.,
5 do do except Sunday
6 do do
Passengers going north to Saratoga and Whitehall on
Sunday, will take the 8- o'clock train.
oc28 A. WHITNEY, Supt.
Cars will leave Albany for Utica,
At8 j o'clock A. M and at7 o'clock P. M.
Returning, cars will leave Utica for Schenectady and
At 9 o'clock A. M. and at 9j o'clock P. M.
All baggage must be marked and deposited in the bag-
gage wagon by itsowneror person havingchargethereof.
No charge for extra baggage,and all baggage positively
at the risk of the owner.
Way passengers will attend personally to the disposi-
tion oftlheir baggage at Schenectada.
apl0 Superintendent and Engineer.
On and after September first, and until further no
tice,trains of rail road carriages by steam power, will run
daily beteewn Altany and Saratoga Springs, via Schenec
tady, a' follows, viz:
Leave Albany at 9j A. M.
i 1 2 P. M.
LeaveSaratoga at 8A. M.
) 41 P. M.
Arrangements have been made for running coaches,
baggage and freight cars through the whole distance with-
out change or detention at S'henectady.
There are regular lines of stages established in connec-
tiou wi, h the rail road between. Saratoga Springs and Lake
George via Glen's Falls;and Saratoga Springs and White
hallvia Sandy Hill, Kingsbury and Fort Ann. There is
another line to Whitehall via Fort Edward, connected
with a packet boat, thereby avoiding the roughest part of
the stage route.
A stage will start from Saratoga Springs daily at 5 o'-
clock A.M., to convey passengers to Whitehall in time
to take the Champlain steamboat the same day. Travel-
lers to the eastward, by selecting this line, will arrive at
Rutland, Vt., early in thile evening.
All baggage positively at the risk of the owner thereof.

L Office of the Canajonarie and Catskill H. R. Co.,
Catskill, Oct. 22, 1839.
Fifty certificates of one thousand dollars each, of the
stock of the State of New York, denominate 1" the Cana-
joharie and Catskill Rail Road State Stock," will be soid
at public auction, under the direction of the Comptroller,
at the auction room of William H. Frankhlin, No. 15 Broad
sti eet, New York, on Thursday the 14th day of November
next, at 12 o'clock, M. PETER T. MES1CK,
ok,24-d3w Treasurer.
A M. & W. P. EASTMAN, Commission Mer-
*chants, for the purchase and sale of all kinds of
heavy goods, provisions, &c., No. 14 Commercial street,
Bartlett & Farrinnton, Boston.
Carter, Coolidge & Co. S
Henry Waring & Son,) N e-Y
J. Atkins &Co. New-YorK.
J. N. Quackenbush & on, ) Albany
Erasi us Corning & Co. ay.
L. Mowry & Co. Troy.
G. P. Grifith &f Co. ocl7-1m
NTOTICE is hereby given, that Wynant Crannell,
of1 thIe city of Albany, mereh nt tailor, having as-
sign-d to the subscribers all his books drafts, notes,
vouchers and accounts, payment must be made to the
subscribers or their attorneys only. All pers-ons inidebt-
ed are requested to make imm-diate payment, or the de-
mands will be put in tIle hands of an attorney for collec-
tion. Dated 18th October, 1839.
1 KEFttri-HMur.N' ESTABLIHMEN'I', No. 244
North Market street, being now open for the public, the
subscriber is prepared to furnish at the shortest notice,
BATHS, for Ladies,
BAITHiS, for Gentlemen,
evening and dinner p;irtios,
SUPPERS AND )DINNERS to individuals or clubs.
The Ladies' Ba.hs have int entrance from Market st.
at the south door, and one from Montgomery st., oppo-
site the church, expiressly for ladies, and is under the inr
mediate charge of Mrs. Braiere.
The entrance to the Gentlemen's Baths is from Market
street, at the north door.
Torie Saloon- in the second story are kept constantly
prepared for those who wish to give suppers and dinners.
oc25-3m J. P. BRAIERE.
ck3 00f0 WANTED on bond and mortgage
IN ,0O U on unmincumbered real estate in tit
hleiart of the city, house insured for four thousand livt
hundred dollars. Enquire at this office. o22-d'w
ETHIOPIAN HAIR DYE-For changing red
or grey hair, whiskers or eyebrows, to abeautifu!
and permanent brown or black, at one application, with-
out injuring the hair or staining the l k n or linen. The
genuine preparation is sold at t lie
se26 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market at.
FRENCH DOG COLLAS-A new and supe-
iior article ju-t received at tie
oc-l2 U. S. BAZAAR. 3-4 N. Market st.
Lu tt r front a g ntlei:an residing in New Jersey,
date, New York, Nov. 2, 1839
Dr. George Cooke-Dear sir: Permit me to exi)p-ess the
heartfelt g atituie which I entertain for the superior
judlgmient anI skill manifested by yoi as a physician in
,y case I had expended "hundreds," and had b en,
for six and ten months at a time, under several of our
medical meni, whose miedic I and surgical con ition rank,-
among the first, without reeivLung any material benefit.
1Being advised to inake aip -licaition t, you, I must contest
I had nearly lost all confideince in the disciplesof Hippo-
crates and Xsculapius, but in this instance my most san-
guile expectiL ons havi' been more than realized. My
eueruies, boh of body atnd mind, were early overconit
by disease and the means that, had been i sed to recover
mIn, when I placed tiys If un'-!er your care-now Do-toi
(with pride I say it) I ani completely recovered, and an
able tu itransacti rmy iercantihl business as usual; I eat.
drink and enjoy thle lestiv,ties of the several circles with
the same pleasure that I was accustomed to before ni
illness. A cept, dear )octor, mny g atelul aekniwledge-
ments for the particuil .r attention m anifested by you ii,
my case, and believe nie, that I shall ever entertain senti-
nenils of tliu profoundest re-pect for you atd yo r media
cal talents. If you wi:l put it in iy power at any timn(
to do you a favor, I shall embrace the uipportuuity with
the greatest plh'aure. Accept the ;.siuraci'cs of my res
pect atd esteem, and aliow i:e to subscribe miyse ir )ou
obedient servant. R. G.
Persons ifflicted with disease of a delicate stamp, re
'ent or howi ver desp, r te, can apply with assuraice of
speedy relief, by th.- aid of nuedicics noil of the ciiphea!-
ai t and deleterious effect of c( pzevia and mercurial sub-
The reputation of the Albany Lock lHospital being es-
tablished, commands the attention of every section ofthe
Unit d States. as an asylunm Ior the it lallit e Amnihila
tion of Syphilis ad all i's account p-.niments, without sub-
jecting the inivaiid to tnlt disalpp inituient too often the
fate of an inexperienced prauti ioner.
lDr. Ciooike attend' personally to his patients.
For l)r. Co,)ke's at!vertisemii*nt, see< lJt page. noq
S ALS-'I ie Ainaiuranlh, ior ib40; nuis.-ellany ol orin-
-i;il prose and verse, ilustiuata.ed by 13 splendid engra-
vings on st, -l; edited by T K. Ielcrv-y, large qlarto.
L. E. L.'s Drawintg Room s-crap Book, fur ,810, with
poetical illustration ly L. E L. and Mary lluwitt; 36
engravings,; splendidly i found.
The Juvenile Scrap Book, by Mrs Ellis, 16 plates.
Two new Iolloh B,,,ks, the Museum and Experiment.
:ht-ur, tli.r-, 'I'rnvelti in the- Tnitedti- maei m n nael rs, so.

iJ. 1. JONES, 76 State st. J
Domestic dry goods. Furniture.
BIk, brn, blue & cadet broad- Mahogany secretaries and
cloths Ass'dcol's 3-4 cloths bureaus, mahliogany .-ofas
Premium medium and corn- Mahogany chairs
mon satinetts French bedsteads
9-8 4-4 7-8 blchd and brwon Maplehchairs
sheetings Madder prints Fancy do
Dorchester and imprv'd ticks Windsor do
Blankets Candle wick Kitchen do
BIk and white wadding 4, 6 and 8 feet settees
Cotton twine 8 day and 30 hour clock
No. 1 and2 batting Boston rocking chairs
Joshua I. Jones days of sale for uoseltlotfiturr.iture
groceries, &c., are Tuesdays and Fridays of each wetk.
Personshaving property of the above description to sel I
willplease reportthesame atthe office24 hours previ-
ou"_ to tlcsale.'in drdertthatthey nluy beadvertised.

.... .. ...-.-n -n afr v u! CK rl J o l iig gll it 11 cs a u mlR I--
rors, als.) several SLOves huo parlor and kitchen; also Ohe
large bell and yoke, and sevei,-l small bells, twosmall iron
chit sts, and a large quantity of furniture not enumerated
A further sale of boilers and machinery will also take
place. The boileis have been but two years in use, and
are of approved dimens:o:s, of return flue boilers, cclcu-
lattd lor largeengi es. The boilers are mow lying on
the wharf below thie terry at Albany, where they may bi
examined. The princip.dl pars of the two engines are
also in Albany; tmuc-ltmic dets are44 inclihes, and nine foot
stroke of the p ston, and all the ntichinery well adaipt< d
to t. e size of the cylinder. Persnris wishing to examine
will please call onu S. WITT, Agent, office on the Pier,
foot of State st., Albany.
Also. will be sold at public auction, on Thursday, 21st
Nov., at 11 o'clock, at Ilie ship yard in Wiliia,,slnurgl.
L I., the hull of the steamboat North America, with her
boats, ehain catl- as and anchors. The terms will becnsh
for ail sums under $100; and $100 and over, 4 months, for
approved paper.
For information, apply to S. WITT, Albany, J. H.
TUPPER, 199 RIiver st., Troy, and A. P. FONDA, of-
fice 56 Cortland st., New Yotk. no2-td
REAL ESTATE, THE 10th. 2120th AND 30th u.
At Private Sale.
A new and superior article of woollen corded skirts,'L
7 caset-s blk, bro, green, cadet and drab 6-4 cloths,
3 do black and mixt cassimeres,
11 do blk, bro, cadet aid sleeps grey 3-4 cloths,
12 do blk, mixt, brown and fancy co'.'dsatinetis.
3 do super Tivoli satinets,
5 do super scarlet flannels,j
1 do green flannel,
15 do red end, Stockportand Lyon shirting.
10 do 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 bleached shirting,
i 40 tiles 4-4 brown shietings, variousqualities,
S,14 do Cornwall browa slieetingp,1
6 do Glencadia do
150 do cotton batts,
55 do bl k and whlte waddlng.t
300reams wrapping paper,
Franklin & Sons Fire Proof Iron Chests,assorted si
zes,singleand double,constantlyon hand,attliemanuj
racturers' prices.

st., Commercial BuildingsbIy
1[INE WINTER GLOVES-for L,, is.., Gen-
. tlr-,ni-i ind Ch. ildrcni. An ext,.naive aiisortinit'iit, Of
almost every description, just received at the
oc23 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 North Market-st.
A-r'I 719 W imIn T t irwi fl l A. fli-UtY

[Auction and Commumi.;siotu .crv-hunmts, No.'63 tate st.] LAuctioneer and ConIrission Me rchant-StoreNo.76
DRYV GOOD -. Statestreet. ]
On Wednesday, 13tui inst., at 10 o'clock, BIRDS.
On a credit of 4 mnos, a laree assortlnent of dry goodO-,n wednesday, 13th inst., at 10 o'clock,
front the shelves, to close invoices, among wich are In sales rOni, a splendid collection, consisting c up.
chlot,s, c:issimneres, blk, bro and sheep's gray 3-4 clolhs, 'ards of'0 beautiful Canarits cot various co;rs, int [full
hlue, blK, Ox'ord ianid cadit sattiners, Brooklyn, Pearl 4 t ig a ni i 'eatber, u hlepropery of vubird anc ler, id the
Kiver and eastern lblenched sieetings, I ob Roy shawls, best ev aen offered her sale ry of a bird ty. anera he
blk and white cotton hose, Glasow jeans, blk and whit bet evr ord sale in tis city.
wadding, cotton bIatts, wick, twine, wool yarn, sewing WATCHES, JEWVELRY, &c.
silks. ciuiubrics, London and Germnan pins, white and as- On Thursday, 14th iist., at 10 o'clock,
sorted cotton t.lreaid &c. T i ltrdi,1iis. t 0ocok
scored cotton thread &c. In sudes roonu, it choice and splendid assortment ofgold
Also, by order of the assignees, for cash, a v luable anm silver Patent Lever, L'Epine and Anchor 'Sen cpe-
sortilnent of seasonable dry goods. inent Levers. phtin and full jewelled, with a variety of
BOOrS AND SHOES. lain watches, gold, silver and plated guard atd fb
On Friday, 15tf inst., at 10 o'clock, chains, keys, breast pins, rings, &c.
A large and seasonable assortment of boo:s and shoes, -' At Private Sale.
on a crt-dit of 4 months, among which aie 100 cases J p A House and lot, situate in a pleasant part of this city,
thick boots, is to be sold on the following terms.
BANK STOCK. TLe purchaser to pay $5000 for the house and lot, the
At 12 o'clock, 50 shares Commercial Bank stock, present owner taking a lease of the premises for 5 years,
SS ^ TEAMBOAT AUCTION and agreeing to pay $350 per annrum rent, but requiring
S'1T- ill be sold to thue highest bider, ian outlay on alte'ations of$50(); which tnhe tei,,:ut -ill
S-in Sllate st., Albany, on the 14tid d advance out of his own funds; but apply it to the1 p y-
uS'of November inst. cit 10 o'clock A y mlentuf the rent when due upon this $500. Th'ie teu.,tt
tle furniture of tie steatnmbotrt Nort i America, consist- in addition to the aforesaid rent, will pay 7 per cet-m per
ing of imraple (with came botomnis) settees chairs, stools, annum for two years, and from the conmniencement ohlihe
tnahogny tables and leaves, 2 mahogany sidebo.-ids, 2 third year till the expiration of thIe lease, will tiay t 6-10
do s hands, 1 piano forte, standei. franies, sacking bottoms lper anummn, or 7 per cent per annum on $6000 for an; .c-
hor beilthis and cols, curtains, plated caslors, do candle tual outlay of 8$5500.
sticis: alsocopper, tin amid shiect iron kiteicin furniture, Termnis of payment of the purchase money easy, and
Kniv (s aind fiiu ks; :ilals pori.-t.r' hi,,r.;,,n i..ma~ ,.>ad rr, ir can be know at the office of

BUILD)INoS, has received th:s morning by steainloar,
blk silk velvets, t.ombaziues, pongee hdkfs, chiniz priuAts,
cambric muslins, ribbons, merino shawls, gloves, anm.i es,
blchd drills, canvass puddings, burlap', satin vestings
cloths, cassitneres, sattunets, brohollands, buckraims, Put
cloths, wool dyed blk cloths, plaid linings, bk anid blue
i)lk gro do swiss, col'd do, velvets, Canton flannlis, i2-4
and 13-4 linen sheetings, fancy horn buttons, birtimigs,
hose and half'hos tiu'eads, pins, tapes, &c. .-*-
gRGAN-On Sunday, August I1, 1839, -nle,-. Or-
Y gan was opened in St. Jomhn's Church,, Cuoho's. iton
the manufactory of GEORGE; JARDINE, Bn',ttlway,
New York, which we are informed is the first of the kind
ever builtin this country-possessing, besides all thi.' up-
pliances of a regular Finger Keyed Organ, the Vdil'tion
of barrel movements, which can perform all kilnds of
music to any extent. To those about furnishing ileir
churches with organs, we have great pleasure in i :vi-
ting them to inspect it, and also in recomnineding "ir.
Jardnu' as a builder, every way deserving coinlocie;
and in justice to him we declaie, that riot only is it a
most beautiful Finger Organ, but that its niechaiical
performance of Psanlmody, is of the highest order of ex-
cellence and far surpassiny our expectations.
L. M. Tracy, A. S. Wilkinson,
J. Houghton, 0. C. Hubbard,
aul4-3m David Hamilton, Vestrymen.
STO LET-The store No. 338 North Market
street. Possession given nimnediately. Enquire
utSAL,.-Tfhe subscriber offers lor sale that vaiu-
able property on Washington, State, Spring aind
Dove sts., known as the Bromley property. 'T'he
premisvs are 132 feet on Washington st. running through
to State at the same breadth; the length on Dove street is
three hundred and thirty feet; Spring st. runs thri ugh
the centre of the lot from east to wet; the whole pro-
perty can be subdivided into 21 convcnie t building lots
of good size--a map of which can be seen at the subscrij
bhr's, 89 XVashington at. Separate parcels of the pr6
perty will be disposed of if desired. A large portion o.
the purchase money iuay remain on bond aind mortgage
for a number of years. This property is wellsituated
for dwellings, and is worth the attention of those wi-h-
ing to secure fine building lots. Further information
mnay be obtained by cashing on the subscriber at his store.
au26 tf D)YER LATHROP.
PIANO FORTES-The subscriber having been
S for many years engaged in the manufacture of Piaino
Fortes, ventures to say that he can produce instruments
equal in tone, touch and finish to any made in this city
or el:-ewhere. He would invite citizens and strangers
who intend to purchase, to call at his store aid examine
for themselves. All instlumnents warranted for one year.
95 State street, Albany,
jylO- 6m 2d door bellow St. Peter's church.
ia, valuable propter:y, within its apputenances, siltu-
Ill ated near tlIe banks of the Hudson in tIhe village
I of Schuylerville. Saratoga county, is offered lor
sale. ''he advantages of this location, as a place of bu-
siness, are too well known to need description. N et for
thie information of some, it may be well to state, that it
is situated at the junction of two stage ro:,ds, from Alba-
ty to Champlain, and troin Boston, via Benningtoii anit
Cambridge to Saratoga Sprinrs; and being on lie spot
where Burgoyne surrendered, and Just far enough to af-
ford a pleasant ride front Saratoga Springs. It receives
the patronage of a numerous host oe visitors, in addition
to those of ordinary boarding and travel. Persons wise-
ingto buy, would do well to call and examine for tl.kem-
selves before locating elsewhere. Terms made to suit
time purchaser. &chuylerville,N. Y., August 1, 1839.
aul6-dactf ALFRED SCOFIKLI), Proprietor.
-"- FOR SALE-A Farm containing t liy-two
I the town of Bethlehem, about four miles t'r,-n.m
*E"l ,thecity of Albany, near Batbcock's tavern.
Also thirty-two acres near the above farni.
Immediate possession can be given, Eijquire of the
subscriber, No. 44 State street, over the Bank of Albaiy.
A/ ATS for parlor and front doors, also a few heavy
I.1 cocoa mats for public buildings, for sale at the
oc24 392 South Market st.
S CARD-GEORGE WARREN, inlporter and
it dealer in Guns, Pistols, Gun Locks and furniture,
Files, Screws, Plated und Gernman Silver Ware, Cutle-
ry and domestic hardware, continues business at No. ;372
South Market st. He tendfers his thanks for business fa-
vors received, and respectfully solicits ti; comi'inutd pa-
tronage of his frienu!s and the public.
His goods are purchased on the best tirins, and in the
best loielgn and domniestic maikets, and are offered t a
small advance from cost for cash. jy 19-dic
WiM. & A. GOULD & CO., Law Booksellers,
No. 104 State street, Albany, have just received
and for sale-
Precedents in Pleading, with copious notes on Prac-
tice, Pleading and Evidence, by Joseph Clitty,jin. esq,
of the Middle Temple; first American from the first Lon-
dom edition, in two volumes. "It lormns to the Atmeri-
can edition of Chitty's Pleadings a very desirable sup-
plement, andi might with propriety been numbered vois.
4 and 5 offthat well known work." oc9-ldac
V 31cGUlIGAN, formerly of the firm of' Cassidy &
.McGuiigan, of the city of Albany, having dissolved the
partnership aforesaid, have appointed ERASTUS PEtR-
RY, of the city of Albany, our attorney nind agent, who
is exclusively commissioned and authorised to settle up
ali out-standing anmicounts of the aforesaid partnership.
and receive the amounts due to the aforesaid firmi, and
give suitable andi proper releases and discharges thlurerl'o;
and we, the said Henry Cassidy and Francis McGuigan,
no hereby covenant and agree to ratify tnd affirni whtt-
ev'r our said attorney and agent nay awfully do in the
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands
:iUd seals, this 2&th day of June, J839.
In presence of John Frederick,
Peter Curry. jy-,-dae
5th, 1839-A caui ot ten per centi. on tthe capital stock
oti this bank is hereby made, p my .'ble at the banking rioom
on Friday the 25th daty of October next: And a lurtil. r
call of ten per cent. on the capital stock is also made, pay-
able at the banking room OH Moadaythie 25th day ot No-
vember next. By order of the i oard.
oc23-td N. LEE, Cashier.
-CARD--Mr. C.S. MAYER, late of the firm o.
Lee & Mayer, respectfully informs his friends an-l
customers that he has taken the store No. 96 N. Pearl-
treet, next ditor north of Apothecaries' HUltl, where lie
invites all his friend., and assures them thatit his work
.hall be dose in the latest and most fashanmutuble umanucir,
and from his long experience in business, he hor-es to
gain a share of public patronage.
oc7-1m C.in. MAYER.
this nmoning, tumtd for salelow at 3a4 'outhi Market



Albany October 25, 1839.
By order of the conltuis.i-s of the lnd office,
in pursuance of the stai ute in such cse made and p
deo,public notice is hereby give th te At.ornfy
ral has brought, and is now cutiigin the Sp:
Court of judicature of the Stt of N York, an c.i
of rjectment against Fredeik D e andAn Daf
the recovery of all that certain pic r parcel of la .
with the appurtenances, -ituate ii.eit of' New !,
in thecouoty of New York, .d Ieig known and
signaled as all that certain dwelling house and lot
ground situate in the Seventh wardof the city of
York, on the west side of Walnut V s ret in the blok .
tweeen Madison and Lombardy (now Monro) strt,
bounded easterly in front by Walnut street, southerly by
a house and lot now or late of Joel and Jia Pos,
westerlyby an eight foot ally, and northerly by a lo
now or late of David WVheeler, embracing all the ground
between the said lots of David Wheler and Joel a
Jotham Post, containing in front an rear in breadth nine-
teen feet, and in length seventy feet more or s;, to-
gether with the free use of the alley in the rear in o-
mon, which premises the People claim in fee, hesa
having escheated to the People upn the deah of
Benjamin Smith, late of the city of New York, deceased,
who died seized of the said premises without making any
demise thereof, and leaving no heir capable of inherit-
ing the same.
Copies of declaration and notice were dly served o
the defendants, and declaration and notice with affidavit
of such service annexed, has been filed in te offie of h
clerk of this court in Albay, and thereupon a rule was
entered requiring the defendants to plead to such decla-
ration in twenty days, orjudgmeut.
oc28-law3m. Clerk of the Land Offie
K3 Albany October 25,1839.
By order of the commissioners of the land office and
in pnrsuance of the statute in such case made and pro-
vided, public notice in hereby given, that the Attorney
General has brought, and is now prosecuting in the Su
preme Court of judicature of the Sate of New York, a
action of ejectment against Joh Johnson, Henry La-
come and Hatrman B. Brocken forth recovery of al
that certain lot, piece or parcel o land, with the appur-
tenances, situate in the city of New York, and known
and designated as all that lot, piece or parcel o lad
with the buildings thereon erected, situate in the Fittl
(latesixth) ward of the city o ew York, known s
No. sixteen Anthony street, and also described in a con-
veyance thereof, from Abram Lysen of the city of
New York, and State of New York, wheelwright, and
Margaret his wife, of the first pr, and Henry Alyer o
the said city, cartman, of the second part, bearing date
the twenty-fir-t day of May, one thousand eight hundred
and three, as follows: All that certain lot o' ground situ-
ate lying and being in the Sixth ward olthe said city (if
New York, bounded in front by Cathirine treet, nort-
west by lot number one hundredand eighty-seven, south-
west in the rear by lot number two hundred and one, and
southeast by lot number one hundred an eighty, now or
late belonging to Walter Bowne, containing in breadth in
ftont and rear each twenty-five fee, andi leght o eacl
side one hundred feet, be the same mre or es, s te
same was conveyed to the said Abraham R. Lysen by
William MeDonall in and by a certain deed d-ied the
twenty-ninth day of April, one thousand eight hundred
and two, which said premises the said People claim in
fee, the same having escheated to the said People upon
the death of George Allen, lte of tlecity of New York,
who died seized of the said premises, without nnking
any demise thereof, and leaving no heir apabe of inher-
iting the same.
The declaration and notice in this cause, together with
an affidavit of due service of copies thereof on the de-
fendants, have been fih d in the office of the clerk of this
court in Albany, and thereupon a rule was entered re-
quiring the defendants to plead to said declaration in
twenty days or judgment
oc26-law3m Clerk of the Land Office.

N CHANCERY-In the matter of the New-York and
Erie Rail-road Company, ad certain lnd or real
estate owed, or claimed be owned, by Sarah Myers,
John Myers, Elizabeth Myers, James Campbell and ar-
garet'his wife, Charles Dubois and Catherine his wif,
Abraham Myers, Jane Myers, Maria Myers and Peter
Pursuant to an order made in this matter, at a couitf
chancery held for the state of New York, at Clarkstown
in the county of Rockland on the tenth day of Octob,
one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, before
Charles H. Ruggles, vice-chancellor of the second cir-
cuit, wherein it appears, that on reading and filing he
petition of the New York and Erie Rail-road Copan
setting forth among other things, tha the Directors of
the saidCompany, by virtue o te act incorporating te
same, have selected and by certificates under h ir hnds
and seals designated the line, course or way wich they
deem most advantageous for ta section of their ra
road, which passes through and over certain lands or
real estate owned, or claimed to b owned, by the per-
ions above nientioned, Ias ow rs or claimants; wich
said lands are situated in the town of Raapo in Rock-
land county aforesaid, and ar in said petition particu-
larly described; mone of which certificates has been duly
filed in the office of the Register' the city New-
York, and another in the office othe Clrk of okland
county, and praying among oherthings, foriappoint-
ment of three competent and disinterested conission-
ers, who shall be freeholders and residents of the coun-
ty in which said lands lie, to make apportionment of an I
determine the damage which the owner or owners of
said lands will sustain by the occupation thereof by i he
said petitioners, by and for the purposes of the said rail-
road-and on motion of Thomas E. Blanch, solicitor for
the petitioners, it is ordered, that the parties interested
in the said lands or real estate, appear before the said
vice chancellor, at the court-house i Kingston, lster
county, on the twenty-fift (25th) day of November
next, at ten o'clock in tlhe forioon of tha day, to sh-w
cause, if any they have, why such commission rs of ap-
praisal should not be appoined according to th provi-
sions of the act incorporating the sa Rail-road Copa-
ny, which time and place is pointed for thehring of
the parties in the premises and it is further ordered,
that the petitioners cause notice of the time and place of
the heating the parties,to be given to the owner or own-
ers of the said lands, by causng a copy of this order to
boverved upon them either personally or to be left at
their places of residence, at least eigt days beore the
day appointed for the hearing ofthe partiesas aforesaid;
and in like manner upon the owners or claimants who
are not residents of this state, or whose places of resi-
dence are unknown, or by publication in the Albany Ar-
gus and in the New York Daily xprss, for four week,
once in each week, of a notice directed to them contain
ing the substance of this order, with a briedescription
of the lands described in said petition Notice is there-
fore hereby given to the said owners or claimants, or to
such ofthemin as are not re dents of this tae, or who e
places of residence are not now known, of thesubstance
of said order; and that a brief description of theland
described in said petition is as follows, viz: The central
line of said section commences at a pont in the division
line of lands belonging to the heirsof Edow yers, de-
ceased, and David Cole, said point being north fify-fie
degrees east one hundred und ninety-eight feet from a
apple tree, running thence southwesterly two hundred
an.A eighty-six feet to lands of Joseph Iserman, with a
width on each and either side of said central line ofthir-
ty-three (33) feet from the piopoin
of termination, containing forty-three hundredths of an
acre, more or less. Dated ont, Rockland co., O-
tober 17th, 183:. THOMAS E. BLANCH,
Solicitor for the N. Y. & E. Rail-road Co.
To the owners or claimants above mentioned. oc26-4w
N CHANCERY-In the mater o the New York and
Erie Rail-road Company, and certain lands or ea
estate owned, or claimed to be owned, by Elizabet Fel-
ter, Anna Maria Felter, John Whitman and Elizabeth
his wife.
Pursuant to an order made in this matter, at a court of
chancery held for the state of New York, at tle town of
Clarkstown in the county of Rockland, on he tenth day
of October, 1839, before Charles H. Ruggles, vice chan-
cellor of the second circuit, wherein it appears, hat on
reading and filing the petition of the New York and Erie
Rail-road Company, setting fort aong other things,
that the Directors of the said Company, by virtue of the
act of the legislature by which said company is incorpo-
rated, have selected, and by cerificas ander their hands
and seals, designated the line, course or way for ha sec-
tion oftheirroad, wlmich passes through and over certain
lands or real estate said to belong to, or to be owned,
claims d or possessed by Elizabeth Feler, Anna Maria
Felter, John Whitman and Elizabeth his wife, which
said lands are situate in he town ol'amapo, couty of
Rockland, and are in the said petition particularly de-
scribed; one of which certificates has been duly filed in
the office of the Register of the ciy of New York, ad
another in the office of the Clrk ofh county of Rock-
land aloreuaid; and that the said lands are necessary for
the purpose ot constructing, maintaining and using th
said rail-roadthereupon; and praying, a other things,
for the appointment of three competent and disinterested
commissioners, who shall be freeholders and resident of
the county in which the said lands lie, to make appraise-
ment of and determine the damae which the owner or
owners of the said land or real estate will sustain by the
occupation thereof by the said petitioners by and or the
purposes of said rail-road-and on motion of Thoas E.
launch, solicitor for the petitioners, it is ordered, that
the parties inti rested in the said land or real estate, ap-
pear before the said vice chancellor, at the court ouse
Sin Kingston, Ulster county, on the twenty-fift (25th)
day of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, to show cause, if anythey avewhysuch com-
missioners of appraisal [should not be applied accord-
ing to the provisions of the act incorporating the said
Rail-road Company, which time and place is appointed
for the hearing of the parties in the premises: and it is
further ordered, that the petitioners cause notice of h
time and place of hearing the parties, to be given to te
owner or owners of said lands or real estate, by causing
a copy of this order to be sr u th
or if absent, to be left at the
eight days before the day app
parties as aforesaid; and ini
or elaimmants who are not re
publication in the Albany
Daily Express, for four week

T III -.: people of the state of New ork, by the grac of
6 od tree and iudepend-nt, o ebcca File, of tl
LoVni f Brunswick in li ct' of Rensselaer,
widow (f Isaac File, c the wice oi
Conrad il 'um, liz:bil)w ti, Jon er, lio
of thie to, i of Bruisw .fre ni: Isaac Si .
tlihe suie place; .nd ,,lin n'-r, of the town of
Piltstiwn iii said county, i l ot ihe sta e of New
Vork; Addi-on ,tLdt,'d and John Hlsted, whose plac
of residence are l unknown a ni curtained,
but who are supposed tu )eid oewler in the sat
of Illinoi-, heirs .t Ilaw of the said aac File, decease;
andt'iTI ti Henry Z. ate-, ofeeit of Troy in -hecoun-
ty ol' Ih'ensselaer, -pecial uardi or ry Annnde,
Mlary Halsted, Isaac lal- td, Rebecca Hasted and S-
rah Halstel, who are minors, and for such oh r chil
dren of one Mary Halsted, deceasd, as are inors, an.
whose names and places of residence are unkno-n and
cannot be ascertained, and who ralo heirs at law and
nextof kill of the s-iid Isaa File, late of the town of
Brunswick in the county of Rensselaer, deceased, rc-t-
You and each of you are hereby cited and required per-
sonally to be and appear befo ur surrogate ol ourcoun-
ty of lrensselaer, at tile surrogate's office in the city of
Troy in said county, on Monday the eleventh day
November next, at ten o'clock in te forenoon f at
day, to attend to the probate of te last will and testa-
maent of the said Isaac File, deceased, which will th
and there be offered for that purpose by Conrad Clu
and John Dater, the two executorsin the said will named,
who have applied to the said surrogate for the proof of
said will, and which will relates to both al and per-
sonal estate.
In testimony'whereof, we have caused the sea of office
of our surrogate of said county to be hereunto a-
[L. S.J axed. Witness, Jobt Pierson esq., surrogate of
said county, at the city of Troy, this twenty-
sixth day ot September, 1839.
oc2-6w J. PI RSON.Surroat.
T HE people of the state of New York by the grace of
God free and independent, to Annatie Van Ness,
the widow of Peter Van Ness, deceased, of the town o
Hoosick in tUe county of Rensselaer; Cornelius V. W.
Van Ness, of the same place Sarathe wi e of Daniel
L. Fort, oftbe town of Schaehicoke in he same coun
ty; Peter Millitnan and Jacob Milliman, of te town f
Hoosick aforesaid; Corneliu Miliman f the city of
Troy in said couitty; SarahJa the wifeofr Brown
of the town of Perry in thie conty o Genese, and all
of tht state o01 New York; and to feline, the wife of
Jesse WVoo:Jruff, of the town of Norwich in the county
of Huron, ;nd state of Ohio, eirs at law and nexto
kin of Peter Van Ness, late of the town of oosick in
the county of Rensslaer, dcasd, greeting:
You and each of vou are hereby cited and required
personally to be and appear before our surrogate oour
county of Rensselaer. at thie surroale's office in the city
of Troy in said county, o Monday, t eleventh da
of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of tha
day, to attend to the probate of t last will and testa
mnem of the said Peter Van Ns, deceased, which will
then and there be offered for that purpose by A braa
F. Vani Ness, one of the cxcutr named in sai will,
who has applied to the said surrogate
said will, and which will relates to bot real and person-
al estate.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the eal of office
of our surrogate of said county to be hereunto
[L. S.] affixed. Witness,Job Pierson, esq. surrogate of
said county, at the city f Troy, this twenty-
seventh day of Septeber, L.
oc2-6w J. PIRSON, Surrote.
Y order of the honorable Michael Ishoefer. tst
jud-e of the court of common pas for lecit
indeounty of New York, notice is hereby iven, pursu-
ant to the provisions ol the statute authorizing attach-
mnents against non-resident debtors, that a attachment
has issued against t the state o' MAJOR BOUTON,
a resident of the state of Connecticut, and that the saint-
will be sold for the payment his debts, unless he ap
pear and discharge such attachment, according to law,
within nine months from thie first pIicaion of this no-
tice; and that the payment of a debts due to him by
residents of this state, and the d livery to him, or for
his use, of any property within his stae belonging to
him, and the transfer of any such property by hi are
forbidden by law, and are void. Dated ie 16th day of
October, 1839. EDWARDS & AN,
oc26-9nm Attorneys for attaching creditors.
Y orderof thie hon. William Inglis, assciatejud
of the courtofcommon pleas ofthe city and coun-
ty of New York,notice is hereby given, pursuant to the
provisions of thestatute authorisin 'tacmes against
non-resident debtors, that a attac et has issued a
gainstthe estate of JOSEPH HOUS SON, resi-
dents of Cleaveland in the state of Ohi, and tat ti
same will be sold for the payment of their debts, unless
they appear and discharge suh attachment, according to
law, within nine months fro the first publication of
this notice; an, that the payment of any debts due to
them by residents of this sta nd the delivery to hem
or for their uso, of any property within this sate belon
ing to them, and the transfer of any such property by
them, are forbidden by law are void. itedth 28th
September, 1839. N. DANE EL NGWOOD,
oc2-9m Attorney forattacin creditor.

SY order of the hon. Daniel Ingraam, associate
judge of the court of common pleas for the city and
county of New York. notice is hereby given, pursuant to
the provisions of the statute authorizing aacments a
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has is
sued against the estate of WILLIAM ROB TSON
and W. A. ROBERTSON, residents of Utica Lickin
county, Ohio, and that the sae will be sold for the pay-
ment of their debts, Ninlss they appear and discharge
stich attachment according to law, within nine months
from the first publication of this notice and that the
payment of anydebis due them by residents of this
siate, and the delivery to them or for their use of any
property within this state belonging to them, and the
transfer of such any property by them, are forbidden by
lawv and are void. Dated the lh day of October, 1839.
ocl4-9min Attorney for taking creditor.
BY order of the hon. William Inglis, associate udge
of the court of common pleas in and forth city and
county of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant
to the provisior.s of thle statute authorisin atahnit
against non-res dent debtors, that an attachnt i
issued against the estate of PIZARRO EDMUNS
-esident of the state ot Virginia, ad that tle same will
be sold forthe payment l his debts, less lie appear
.tnd discharge such attachment according to law, within
nine months from the first publication of this notice; i
Lhat the payment ofany debts due to him by residents
of this state, and the dtlivery to hi oror his useol'
mny property within, this state belonging to i, and
transfer of any such property by hi, are forbidden b
law and are void. Dated the 19h dav o'September,
se'21-9m Attorney for attaching creditor.

BYorderof the hon. Michael Ulshoeffer, firstjudge of
the court of common pleas of he city and county of
N w York, notice is hereoy given, pursuant to the pro-
visions of the statute authorising attachments aains
aon-resident debtors, tht an attachment has isued
againstt the estate of WILLIAM JSUP, a resident
)f the state of Connecticut, and that the sae will be
soldfor the paymnelt ,fhisdebts, unless e appear and
liseharge such attachment, according to law, withi nine
monthsfrorn the first pub ication of this notice; and that
the payment of any debts due to him by resident of ti
state, and the delivery to him or for his use of any pro-
,erty within this state belonging to him, and the trn-
fer of any such property by him, are forbidden bylaw
and are void. Dated the second of October, 139.
oc5- 9m Attorney foratachin creditors.

AT court of chancery held for the tate of New
York, at the city of New ork, on the seventh
day of October, one thousand eighthundred and thiry
nine-Present, William T. MCoun, vice chancellor o
the first circuit.
Louisa Troup, executrix, &c. ofCharles G. Trop, de
ceased, vs. John Cochran, John W. '. Alen, Willia
B. Dodge, John B. Johnson, William S. Malcolm, Samu
el B. Birdsall, Martin Carlton, Daniel Lake, Roer
Green, Robert A Still, Chris opher Cook, Alfred G
Curtenius, The Commierci: Bak of Oswego, Te Os
wego Bank, Joseph Grant, The New York tae Bank
Judah WV. Remsei, Erastus Jones, John C. Bush
George WV. Shepherd, Dani meroy, junior, Frede-
rick Bull, Luther Howe, Alfre urret, Peter Van Or
den and Edmund Z. Carbine, administrators, of ar
Prout, dmninistratrix, &c. of John G. Prout Ebeneze
Ely, Jacob M. Schermerhorn, Samuel Oakley, Edwar
A. Wright, Henry A Nelson, William A. Rnall
George W. Stanton, George W. Stanl, junior, Charles
Cartledge, Tlh itnas C. Baker, Gustavus W. Cruger, Ja-
cob N. Bonesteel, Abraham T. Evertson, Elisha Cap
The North Western Insurance Company, The President
Directors and Company of the Merchants' and Mechan-
ics' Bank, The WVatervliet Bank, adock S. Titus, J
Titu-, Htnry Titus, John Truesdail, Leander Babcock,
Orsamus Bushnell and Daniel W. Guntley.
Itappearing by affidavit to theatisfaction otis cour
that Samuel B. Birdsa-l and Alfred G. Curtenius, two o
the defendants in the above entitled caus, severally c-
side out of this state, but re residents of one or more o
the United States, that is to say, that the said Samuel
B. Birdsall, resides at Cincinnati, in the state of Ohio,
and the said Alfred G. Curtenius resides at Peoria in the
state of Illinois-on motion of Marshall S. Bidwell,
counsel for the complainant, it is ordered, that they,
the said Samuel B. Birdsall and Alfred G. Curtenius
cause their appearance to be entered, and notie there
to be served on the coinmplainant's solicitor within four
months from the date of this order, and incase of their
appearance that they cause their answer to the co-
pWainant's bill to be filed, and a copythereof to be served
upon thecomplainant's solicitor within forty days after
service ofacopy of said bill,and in default thero, said
bill of co i plaint may be taken as coess by them, the
said Samuel B. Birdsall and Alfred G. Curtenius: and
it is further ordered, that within twenty days, te said
comlplainant cause this order be published in the sate
paper and in the newspaper called the Commercial Ad-
vertiser, putlished ii the city of New York and that
the publication be continued ineach of esaid ppers at
least once in each weeks in succession,

1837 Mar 15 Joseph Cornweld New York 4 73 July John Csirlton d), b I com
1Sii36a 3ec 13Lyman-h...Cobbn~~_1_ do''_Y_0k 24-7 3' July John CK tno do 10 22 50 plaint mnay he taken as confessed by them: and it is fur-
S136 Dee 13 Lyman Cobb do 26 47 James Knox do 1 25 ther ordered, that within twenty days the said co-
1836 Nov 3 Robrt N1 Cox do 5 54 John McLean dothis order to be published in the stte pa-
1836 June 15 John Cook do 19 61 Elizabeth Morris do 4 50 per and In the Platshurgi Republicn, i te county of
1837 April 4 Matthew Conlan do 2 00 Timothy Wood d 4 lto and that he sad publication be continued in
1837 April 12 CVilliam J Coiggey do 11 33 1807 Jan James Jones do each of th a paper at least one n ech week for
1837 May 13 Collet & Smith N Jersey 2 13 T hs Post do 1 eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of
18s7 Mar 13 Rowland Davies New York 3 69 WVm Ross do
1833 Nov 1 John Dye do 1 31 July James Jones thi order to be personally served on each of the above
1837~ July 13Jon eahrson do272 1837 Junie 13 Jolhn Feathersto do 2 7 s Jan JohnMe do 220 50 above prescribed for their appearance Copy.
1837 April 24 F D Garesey do 2 67 0Darby JO Murr d Rgse
1e37 Ju!y 17 James A 3.NItardener unknown

187 Felb 25 Charles Grell & Co NewYork 301
1837 May 13 Henry Gregory do 31 81
18:76 Dec 24 Thos S Hamblin do 16 84
1837 Feb 28 Jacob Hanshe do 1
1837 May 9 RobtiM. Hartley do 335
1-37 April 29 S & S Halsted do 3 0
1836 Feb 18 Edward Hene do 19 75
1832 May 5 Villiaml Holmes unknown 1 25
1837 May 13 John J Howe do 79 81
1835 July 25 John Howe do 1 25
1837 April 20 L P Jordan New York 5 41
1832 Dec 31 Edward Inskip Pennsylvania 5 79
1837 Mar 21 George H Keyser New York 4 80
1836 Oct 7 Gilbert R Kirby do 100
1836 Mar 19 John McLean unknown 161
1836 July 1 John J Marsh Nw Yotk 1 39
1v37 Feb 28 Mary Marsh d 1 8
18:33 lMar 2 Silvanis Mead decead 1 66
1837 Feb 14 John T Merrit & Co New York 1 34
1837 Mar tll John J Messenger do 10
1837 June 17 Josiah Mills deceased 1 00
1837 May 8 J D K Mitchell New York 2 27
18037 July 24 Ava Neal do 5 06
1837 July 27 Andrew Nixon do 23 2
1834 Jan 5 John WV Palmer unknown 1 32
1834 Dee 24 Andrew Phalin New York 4 43
1837 Mar 18 Aaron Pell do 1 39
18.37 Mar 10 John WV Pierson do 1 25
1834 Jan 2-2 Charles Pitt do
1S36 Feb 13 David Provost Long and 1 85
1936 Oct 21 John Rayor New York 104
1837 Oct 4 Nelson Robinson 1 79
18,37 July 13 Sweezy & Foster do 167
1832 Oct 13 James Y Smith unknown 3753
1837 May 19 Hiram Slote deceived 21 41
1837 Mar 18 M H Underhill New York 7 87
1836 July 20 Lydia Van Ranst unknown 2 59
1837 June 22 Vickers & Snediker New York 10
1836 July 8 Thomnas P Way do 2 14
1837 May 28 Osmar S WVatkins do 5 00
1-37 June 23 W H Warner unknown 1 58
1834 Jan 27 Janmeos Vheeler do 1 50
1636 July 22 Joseph V Webster New York 190 6
1-37 Mar 4 Thomas H White do 4 26
1837 May 20 Jimmes WVhincy d) 238
1833 July 6 Oliver Woods unknown 63
1837 Jaun 6 N E Wood New York 1 56
837 April 18 Rimer Wortdyke do 00

trustee do 44 99
Geo Edkin jr do 2
John McLean do 10 22 5
Thomas Poqt do 14 31 5
1809 Jan Wmn Heyward do 10 22
Hibernian Piovdent
Society do 13 29 2
%'N'ni Muir do 10 22 5(
July Benevolent Society d) 3 127
1810 Jan NewburyDavenportdo 2 4 5
Gilbert Lawrence do 4 9 0(
Wm C Mumford do 1
July Robert Lwrence do 3 6 7
Paul Pope do 1 2
Jas R Smith, treasr do 3 67
1812 Jan Hibernian Provt o
clety do 13 29
Alex Revault do 8 C
James Hewlett do 8 c
July John J Watts do 28 63
Hager Myers do 1 2 2
1813 Jan Anthony J Bonnet do 26 58 5C
John P Durand do
Johun Watts do 28 63 O
July Rose Hardy do 5 22 5
Edward Haines do 5 22 5
John J Watts do 28 126
1314 Jan Elizabeth Arden do 5 22 5
July Anthony J Bonnet do 2 58 5U
Jonathan Bloom do 11 25
John P Durand do 1 2 25
Elizabeth Green do 2 4 5
HyJoseph Vatable do 49 11025
1815 Jan John Charlton d 10
Garret WValgrave do 4 9 O
July Elixzabett Haydock do 1 27 00
Eiward tHaines do 5 25
1916 Jan John Smith, gen'l do 11 25
July TheopilasBeekmindo 8 00
T'homn is DemilLt do 20 4
Jas R Smith do 24 75
John Smith, gen'l do 5 25
1817 Jan Cha, Gaham do 20 4500
1818 July Vincent Boisabin do 23 56 25
Wm Hamilton do 10 22 50
1819 Jan Mary Ann Richard
sann do 1 2 25
1820 Jan Walter Scott d 2

0 F it courtnoi chancery heldloric ae o -w ork,
5 A at the city of Albany, on the fifth day Septem-
) her, one thousand eigit hundred and thiry-nine-Pre-
0 sent, Reuben H. Walworth, chancellor.
, The New York Lil'e Insurace and Trust Company,
vs. Francis A. Bloodgood, and others.
5 It appearing byaffidavitto the satisfaction of this court,
0 that Alanson Tuhbs, one of the defendants in te above
5 entitled cause, is a non resident Of this state, but is re-
1 sidentofoneof theUniredStaes, to witof testateof
D L.uisiana-on motion of Mr. eynolds, of counsel
5 for tne complainants, it is ordered, that e said Alanson
5 Tubbs cause his appearance to be entered, and nic
5 thereof to be served on the complainants' solicitor within
Tour month from the date of this order, and in case of
his appearance that hlie cae hi answer to the com-
5 plainamts' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to e served
) on the complainant's solicitor within forty days after
t service of a copy of said bill, and in default thereofsaid
f bill of complaint may be takn as confessed by him and
i it is further ordered, that within twenty days the said
) complainant cause this order to be published in the sate
Paper and in the I haca Journal and General Adverti-
) ser, and that the said publication be continued in each of
the said papers at least once in each week for eight
i weeks in succession, or that they cause a copy of this
Order to be personally served on te said Alanson Tubbs,
i at least twenty days before the ime above prescribed
for his anpearance. Copy.
sel4-8w JOHN M. DAVISON, Register.
A T a court ofchancery held forthstaeofNew York,
at the city of New York, on he twentieth day of
September, onr- thousands eit hundred and thirty-nie
-Present, Reuben H. Walwort, chanclor.
Julius tinoades, and Sailly Ann Vischr, an infat, by
Julius Rhtoales, her next friend, v. Phineas Canfield
and Eliza Ann lis wife, Aasa Dana, Jane Cantine,
John B. La Forge, Oliver Stany, Benjamin W. Ro-
gers, Mary NM irray, Hannah L. Murray, Joseph V. Var-
num. Dudley B. Fuller, Jon A. Graam, jr., Edward
A. Wright, Henry A. Nelson and William E. Randall.
On reading and filing an affidavit of the coplaiiit,
Jnlius lihoadeus, fromni which it appears that the defend-
ant John B. La Forge, is a resident i the state oPen-
sylvania, and could not be served with the subpna in
this cause; and on motion of Mr. Sauel Stevea, of
counsel for said complainants, it i ordered, tat said John

LEATHER MANUFACTURERS' BANK -HANHATTAN COMPANY-Statement (f a conrI o cancer d lorthe s ofNewYor
--\ew York-List of balances of individual depos- the deposits nd balanceS in he Manhattan Coin- at city o Albay, on t fourteenth day of ep-
ites, and of dividends, unclainimed for two years prior to p:ny, remaining unclaimed for to years previousto te tender, one thousand ight hundred and hiry-nii-
the 1st September, 1&39:- first of Sepeminber, 39: Present, Ruben H. Walworth, chancellor
Andrew Carrigan '3 17 WVileox & Baker $3 5- Henry Andrew un- W A Wells ) 10 Simeon De Wi Bloodgood, v. Nelson andallJames
Hall & Doolittle, U 9 7i l)avidl Wood 1 1i known 41 Wvn ark &Co 31 16 Clark, l, a.
WV L Haskins,U 20 OIl) ,1 1 Lee 13 85 RobertAinslee Ree'r 81 33 1)Wlt 551 It appearing by affidavit to tle stsaction of thi court
B B Hlowell *2 2 W VMclainniell 1 21 J Arnold 77 86 A B Witherbel 5 (,0 that te defendants vis vine Jame S. ClarkTho-
J Faruham 1 4 H V Reese 1 65 Peter Aymar 6 13 Wm Ash, unknown 8 50 as Eers n, Alen W. Hatch, Robert Poeroy, Ti.o-
WV Bardon 10 00 H U -lipper 2 39 Brander & McKinna 198 7 loses Abraham, un- y Treadwell and Samuel Whipped, rside out o
WmDownes, U 15 00 T S Whitakur 177 Barr, Kneeland & Co 4 92 known 706 this stae, but are residents of the UnitedStatesor he
CS &R BDuunning 2 02 J VWood & Co., U 12 29 JHBotwick 14 50 Samuel Adams 6 1 territories thereof, to wit: Davis ivine in Illinois;
Jas Green, U 5 00 R & J McLaughlin,U 100 00 Joseph Bluodgood 21 65 Anthony Vup 5 James S. Clark, in Norwich, Connecticut, or in Vii-
T L Jewett & Co 64 56 P T Marselis,-Treas 1 02 Thos Bloodgood 89 64 John Armstrong 231 ia; Thomas Emerson. Windsor Vermont; Alen .
JnoKnowles, U 2 00 BR Lummis & Co. 60 02 J G Bgart F S 10 Black River Lottery 78 atch ilwaki, Wisonin; Robert Po roy, Bell
Brooks. Bros & Co 9 49 J A Peters 2 02 James C Brown 24 86 Charles Bridgen 6 61 ville, New Jersey; Timothy Teadwell, Ypilani, Mi-
J E Burrill 2 051Andrew Rob!) 17 24 Thonits Burlock 41 78 ThosBrower 927 cian; Samuel H. Whipped, Warsaw, Missouri-on
Canmieyer & Johnson 6 651 V H Russell, U 40 21 Geo F Bull & Co 400 John owne 677 motion of Israel Willias, esquire, o counsel or ih
D)ebcvois & Garretson 4 00oChas Small 3 75 E Buckingham jr Brown & Lambert 12 5 complainant, it is ordered that the said defendants D-
Jas Dominick 5 84 G N Smith 1 1 & Co 9 99 J J Boynan 763 visDivine, James S. Clark, Thoa- Emerson, Alen W.
W RForsyth 13 92 E & G B Smith 118 28 DavidBryson 360 Benjamin F Boyd 500 Hatch. Robet omeroy, Timothy Tieadwell ind Sau-
Wm Henderson 8 00 J L O'Sullivan,U 375 Dr Edwd Campbell BurnelBrown 1571 el H. Whipped, cause their appearancelo entered, and
Edwd Hind, U 100 O Edwd H White 5 0 Exrs of 21 65 Alexndr Campbell 7 notice throf to be served on hecomplainat'ssolicirs
Anni Hillhouse,U 35 00 Jacob Lorillard 86 71 Augs WV Clasoon 16 71 Robert Charmley 5 48 within four months from the dae of this order; and it
Martin &Low 1 12 J H Nichols 109 0" John B Caz-aux 22 55 Charles Clarkson 5 likwie appearing by aidavit to the satifacion of his
H S Osborn & Co., U 6 99 C G Smedhergh 37.'26 John Connah & Co 10 19 John Cassodurant 3 cour, that process of subpoena to apper has been issued
Rowley & Arnetts 1 It0 Sundries, 47 names un- N Comstock 5 Allen Clapp 393 ou of and under the seal othis court, directed to the de-
Saml Southall 3 00 der $1 each 18 24 J P Cook g'd'n 8 75 Cather 557 pendant Peter Clark who is a resident of is state, but
The residence of those marked U is unknown. The Francis Cooper Trea'r 23 6 ehra & Champlin 1246 that such process could not be srved on said delend-t
residence of the others was supposed to be in New York. Tunis Cox 40 53 Chesema & Brown 248 by reason of his absence fro this state; on like motion,
DIVIDENDS, Crockett. Reed & Robert Coleman 6342 it is urthfr order, that the aid defendant Peter Clark,
Feb. 1814 B & W Rushmore $35 00 Bankhead 14 69 Jaie- Coles 3194 do cause his appearance to be entered, and notice tre-
Aug. 1835 Peter Coffeie 35 00 Dani-l J Coter 193 80 Thomas Cooper 2995 otobese.ved on the o.i.plainant's solicitors within
J L & S Josephs & Co 3 50 J MI Dimond 9 55 C D Colden 7 10 three monts from he date of this order; and in case o
Feb. 1836 Wm Clark 17 50 P E Duiscombe 155 Chas Cllins 8 73 te appearance of the above named absentee and non-
Peter Coffee 35 00 James Eastburn 9 24 Isaac Cnrre 60 resident defendants, tat they cause teir answer to tl
AbmaHendrickson 14 00 William French 10 25 John Cummings 1345 complaint's bill to be fied, and a copy thereof to be
J L & S Josephs & Co 3 50 Finance Committee Edward Church 3 served o the complainant's solicitors within frty days
Aug. 1836 Wm Clark 20 (10 of tie Jackson Ins Connt De Montarant 37 59 after service of a copy of said bill, an in default ereof
J L & S Josephs & Co 4 00 Co of the city of N & S Delonguemen 11 3 sid bil y e taken as confessed by them: an it s
Feb. 1837 Jno P Brown 20 00 New York 15 JacobDel ntagnie 105 further ordered, that te aid complainant within twenty
Win Clark 20 0O0 J G Fotteral & Matthew Dikeman 7 37 days cause thisorde to be published in the state paper,
Geo Dutch 40 00 Bro's 14 06 Digins &Heard 9 d in the newspaper entitled the Commercial Adverti-
Clarissa Fitch 100HKFuti 0F& FDieterieks 8 72 ser and Journal, printed iR Elie city of Bmffalo, and to be
Clanissa Fitch 10 00 H K Fountain 9 90 F&PFDet
J L & S Josephs & Co 4 00 j Geer 2849 A H Dohrmin 1552 published in each of said pape eight weeks in suces-
Jno Warren 2 00 John Gore 17 19 John Douglass 11549 sion, a at least once in each of said weeks, but such
Susan R R Wheeler 3 00 Jb Harvey, E J Geo Dummer & Co 67 publication as aforesaid shall not be necessary in case the
I certify the within statements ri) be true, according to Grim, andB Mc- Jam den 93 complainant sal! cause a copy o thi order to be person-
the best of my knowledge andt belief. Evers, Trustees of Jame FarlyLon ally seve upon the said defendant Davis Davine, James
E. PLATE, Cashier estate of DE Island 50 S. lak, Thomas Emerson Alen W. Hatch, Rbert
Leather Manufac urers' Bank. Dunscomb 163 91 M.tthew Fraklin, Poney, Timothy Treadwell, Samuel H. Whipped an
Sworn before me the 19th of September, 1839. Rilchard Hatfield 5 02 exr 1369 Peter Clark at least twenty day before the tine above
Joseph Strong, Commissioner of Deeds. se30-6w William H.twley 6 24 J & Ferr s 567 prescribed for their appearance in is cause. Copy.
STATEMENT OF DIVT6DENDS on Stock Abijah Hammond 8 J B Freeman 17553 JOHN DAVISON, Register.
of the CITY BANK of New York, remaining tin- J T Harrison 27 52 Peter Fenton 8 Wilia & Alen, -ol's. [No. 6. se-w
claimed for two year. previous to the 1st September, 1839: Alex'r Hamilton 218 50 acouro chancery held or hesteol New ork,
1813, May 1, Henry Fanning, 2 shares $1 C9 H Heans 12 78 oberulton A
1815, Nov. 1, Catharine ('ullum, 2 do 4 50 T Hihltartsjr' 20 Robert ulon exr of 9 75 of October, on thousand elt hundred and liy-nine
1818, Nov. 1, Cesar Ewton, 6 do 9 Capt John Hills 6 44 Garn'ey Finch 670 -Present, William T. McCoun, vice chancellor of the
1818, May 1, Thomas Davis, 32 do 56 George Hood Cnrles Gariche 20 4 circuit.
1S19, May 1, Lewis Pintard 42 do 52 50 J R lHurd 78 22 Gilfert Edward Slosson. vs. Charles intonJacob Branting-
1820,May 1, Henrietta Banks, 201 do 25 PhenixN Ingrah 11 60 aaM Gomez 592 a and wife, and othrs.
1823, Nov 1, Stephen VanRensselaer, 14 do 1575 R Jaffriay and tR AdrienHgenian 659 appear by affidavitto thestisfaction of this our
1825. Mav 1. George Humphreys, 3 do 3 45 Cochran, Ass'es Caleb S Haed 14 17 tht the defendants Jacob Brantngin and Cornelia hi
lb25, May 1, Daniel Pl, nt, 14 do 16 to of the estate of Johone of
1825, May 1, John B. Scott, 5 do 5 75 Cochran Brothers 89 66 SHaaway r. & Co 10 84 the Uited ates, to wit, of New rswick, o the
1825,.May 1, Benjamin A. Waldron, 2 do 2 30 ChesterJennings 8 11 W Hnderson 13 40 state of New Jrsey-on motion of B. Bates, esquire,
1827, Nov.1, Nevius Willis & Co., 2 ao 3 Wnm X Ireland 29 30 John H on 4 solicitor an of counsel for the complainant it is order-
1828, Nov. 1, SophiaE. Cook, 2 do 2 70 John Irvin 8 32 Hincnan Smith 19 9 ed, that the said Jacob Brantinghim and Cornelia his
1832, May 1, William Ferdon, 82 do 129 15 Rich'd Kain 5 26 Hick Jnks & Co 74 7 wife do cause their appearance to be entered, and notice
1832, Nov. 1, Sarah Seavers, 2 do 3 15 Geo C Lamb 82 10 W Hilyer 5 29 thereofto be srved o the complainant's solicitor within
1832, Nov. 1, G.B.Vroom, 24 do 37 )50 Lallemand 6 9, JL & S Hyt 616 four mnts from the date otis order, and in case of
1833, May 1, Sarah Severs 2 do 3 1-, A N Lawrence, D Hinte 29 13 their appearance that tney cause their answer toe com-
1834, Nov. 1, Anfdrew Murray, 23 do 36 23 SJotesand HR Diani Jame & Co 777 plainan bill to b iled, and a copy thereof to be served
35. May 1, Austin Perry 10 do 15 75 Bogert, Exrs 10 74 Go Jame 39 on the complainant's solicitor within forty days ater ser-
1837, May 1, .1. V. Alsop,Jr. in trust, 50 do 90 Exrs ofA H Law- Geo Ironside 18 0 vice ofa copy of sid bill, an in default thereof, said ill
1837, May 1, Franklin Haines, 9 do 16 20 rece 495 J l 49 ofoplaite taken as confessed by them; and it is
1837, May 1, Sam'i & Valentine Hicks, W H Leroy 7 82 Roert Kemb 37 1 furtr ordered, that within twent days thesaid co-
Executors, 153 do 275 40 Daniel Livingston 23 60 .lams Ken y 25 00 plai t cause this order to be publish in the state
1837, May 1, Jacob Little & Co 3 do 5 40 ) McCarty 22 '25 Keueed 7 paper and in the New ork American, and that the
1837, May 1, Margaret Powers, 18 do 32 40 David Maitland 1-2 35 P J Livinston 5 70 si blition cnindi h fhsid ar
I certify the foregoing statement to be true, to the best Mercantielhis Co 30 9 R Livin o 8 0 in eac wekfor eit weeks success
of niy knowledge and belief. P A Mesier 48 45 Jacob Lorrilard 04 r th use co of h rder to be er
on fo m S G. A. WVORTH, Cashier. Alexandria MI Miller RobertLylbur 44 77 onally served on the said Jacob Brantingham and ife
Sworn before me,2thSept, 1839. & Son 2393 Pat'y ime abverscribd for
N. W. strong, Commissioner, &e. A K Moorhouse 21
J orange 12 91lA WVMagill 5 77 5 61 WALWORTH Clerk
Statement of balances of accounts in the City Bank J M Mouney 5 21John arschalk oc5-w i
of New York, remaining unclaimed for two years, pre- New YorkLaFay- Daniel Merritt Son 276 a .ou ofthancery hldfor thesato e oi,
vious to the 1st September. 1839: ette Iisurance Co Chas Mooney he cy of Nw o, on he fourteenth day o
R P & J Pell 9 22 Assignees ofRoe & Tra sof 165 76 W urray 7 77 October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-ie-
H Balsier 7 53 Monraoe 44 44 N York Laboratory Robert urray 6 12 rest, William T. McCounvice-chancellor ofthe first
H & S Balster 5 69 R S Barnes, Guardian 18 43 Ass' 5 86 James Murray 1 circuit.
John Cummings 8 5 B Howell 47 47 Samuel Nightingale 5 21 New York Bread Co 54 17 The Trust Fire Insurance Company, vs. Henry P.
C W Gordon, 16 97 John Cook 27 06 D Noon, joint Trea- Thomas Pane 12507 Roberon and Eliza S. his wife, Azarias Williams a
James Gray 57 35 D Johnson 6 31 surer of St. Pat- Henry W Pilkington 2000 Saah F. hi wileund others.
Daniel Fitzpatrick 110 00 H S Halsted 12 'A6 rick'. Cathedral Prior & running 924 appearingupo proofuyaffidavitmade in this s,
H Fulton & W Cut- J L Joseph 7 57 and St. Peter's Th,ma Pryr 108 by Lewis Sanord, one o the solicitors for the co-
ting, E'xecutors 186 4 J W Baker 28 78 Chuich. 6 82 Martin Rblson 13 6 !ununsat Azaria Willia oneofte d nnts
Thomas Gartney 4:1 87 M Hoffiatn& Sons 21 00 WVimOvingon 921 Reel Bown ein, residesout OLllisstaand is a rsidntofCon-
Jacob Halsey 29 47 T Holden 5 3" H Patto 19 65 V & G R A Rickett cord in e stae ofVerniont-an on readn rind filing
H Hapgoodjr. 11 34 T Bussing & Co 23 63 Palmer & Himilton 21 Go obertson 65 6 said affilvit, and on motion o Graha & Sandfrds
Simeon Hillyer 12 92 J Baker & Son 14 65 J le-thine 7 VWin Rogers 9 17 esquire, solicitors r the complainants, it is ordered,
John Pool 27 27 A P VW Kinnan 7 43 J Prentiss & Co 14 81 Thos Seaan 6 77 ht le sid Az i Wilis cause his appearance to
Lewis & Lawrence 0 42 ssigneesof 'Gregory E Pomsenti 24 61 Allen hepierd 968 be entered erinad notice thereol'o be srved olh
HI M-Laughlin 8 k-7 & Sons 6 92 1I Pope 37 22 Seamn & Ruind 605 coplainants'soltors within four t telae
'amil R Marshall 23 99 Margaret Beard 50 00 Josephl Posancos 37 Robert -eele 32 o isorerandinceof is appearance, taecaus
John Mason 84 00 SBker 866 J F Randolph & Co 19 47 A G Sides & Cam- his nwerto t complainants'illo be filed, nd acpy
P L Mills & Co 33 61 Coffin & Wyman 12 91 D Rapelyc 22 92 field 88 thereof he served onte complainants' solicitorswi-
Stevens & Mactier 10 86 J & C Gascoigne 13 11 J F Kaudlph 5 00t Return Strong 99 in forty duysater service of a copy of said bil, and in
Smith & Bailey 18 6 A C Jackson 6 13 Stepen Reed 10 23 E Sturtevant 1608 deaulllere, said bill ocoplait be taken as con-
Swallow & Lock- 5 Corse & *on 6 84 J RuchardsandJ Nichs V uyversant 1005 Cssed by i: and it i further ordered, that Wihi
wood 49 58 J Harri 50 00 chitffelin, direc- Jno & W Sabile 58 17 twenty days from te date of this order, isaid coi-
John Tharbur 21 38 Wm MeLeod 14 97 tors of N Y Socie- E Towns ndjr 1623 plaints aS this order tobeullihd in ie se p-
George B Thorp 5 7 Robert Nichols 10 95 ty of StJohn 172 62 Thorn & Cork 229 er ad in te New York 'ie an C ercal Intel-
Thomas Walker 10 54 S Neil-,on 57 12 D Roberts 32 50 James Tompson 61 5 liner, printed in thissate, for eit weeks in suc-
E!lis Shotwell & SamuelOsborn 12 35 GRutgers 81450 Wm Terry, Agent 57 cesi, an once at least in each week, or tat the
Co. 10 98 W W Pratt 18 78 Richard Sears 8 78 Isaac Undeill 5 44 said complainants cause a copy of this order to be srv-
Lawrence & Mori- Charles Peck 61 59 Clias Stewart 129 93 Wi Van Ne 546 ed on te said Azarias Williams, personally, a e
son. Executors 133 P4 F Ht Bunker 7 62 E A Stevens 28 78 Am Van Ness 2033 twenty dvs before te ime here bo prescribed
WMeClaskey 7 47 Clark & Myers 24 12 Smith & Robbins 6 75 Job Valentine 19 Oj or his appearance rein. A copy.
Win McCartney 26 20 Hicks, Lawrence & John Smith 21 68 Warner, Ellsworth RAM WALWORTH Clerk.
James Smith 29 15 Co It 45 Geo R Smith & Co 68 02 &Co 13 Graham & Sandfords, Solicitors oc25-w
Win H Salt 10 00 William Alexanler 13 50 Chias mih 10 00 Biij Walker
Shelters & King 8 70 Hicks, Wright & lssen & Lawrence 7 2,, Ge Well A T corto cnlrvel tortf w rk
BThooft 5 83 Macy, Exe utors 12 18 Ex of C Van Beuren 26 67 Th
M Van Gelson 264 5 C P Bulkley 1273 80 RL Watker 5 00
Present. heuben H.

A A Yonega 7 16 agetits 36 87 SCatemnnt of dividends on sto
John Doughty 12 55 1K Hogers 10 00 Cumtaty remaininmtunelaimed f
John Byrnes & son 10 U2 A H Van WVyck 832 the first da
Tc.r~fvih foefoiff^^^ t te he Naesotsick- Rei-No ofAmun o Iappearing by affidavit totheaiscto fhsou,
Certify the foregoing ,tateiument to be true, to the d~elre N hmders ostc-
bestofnnknowledenblf declared holders dence sy knogl
G. A. XVORTH, Cashier. t80 July John Ambrose, unknown 5
Bemijuuuni Hic~ks do 2 2 5ti oftis
Sworn before me 24th September, 1839, Jesse Hunt do
se3O-8w N. \V. trong, Commissioner, &c. James Smalman do
L)_UTCHERS' AND DROVER BANK- Charles Steudinger do 10
B) Statement of balances of accounts in the Butchers' Thos L XVhitbeck d
and Drovers' Bank remaining unclaimed for two years 1801. Jan Ditto
prior to the first of Septemher, 1839, except sundry sums Thos Cummings
less than one dollar, which are not included. July John Goodwn d
Last Deposite Names. Residence. Amit. 1802 Jan Cornelia Livingston
or Draft. Philp Ruckel
183I JuTy 10 Jtohn Ackland unknown 61 86 1803 Jan Oliver Vanderbilt
1e36 "liar 3 Joseph Allen New York 1 98 July XViliiam Rogers, trus
1837 Muir 1 'ihomas Bankr. 33 97 tee do 4 S 00 lor
1837 i 12 Jh.masF Baertune do 100 78 1804 Jan XX'im H Smith
187May 12J esFBrne d107S July Thros T Morton d
1836 Jan 9 Jefferson Brown do I 9 Xyin Ross d
BJ^Arl 1WmJ ro^ o B^Wm Rs. d 5 1 00 atherine his ife, and HenyBo ,cas hiap
1835 Apr 1 17 Win J Brown do 8 13 1805 Jan John Jackson d
I837 Mar 29 Joseph 0 Bogart deceased 14 4.$ James Knox d
1-37 April 22 Garret B Crane New York 1 95 Alex Stewart do
1837 Mar 2i) F G Caameron do 6 11 July Elizubteth 0avis d
18:34 July 29 Caslaer, Durand & Co do 2 02 Jamcs Kttox
1833 (ct 9 William Cook do 3 53 1o80 Jan Dit
183'2 Jan 28 XVrrmaldus Cooper unknown 3 65 1800 Ja IA -

AT a cotn o chancery held for h state o w o
at the city of'Albany. on ese ondday o'Septem
ber, one thousand eight hundred and tlirt-ine-Pr
sent, Reuben H11. Walwort, chancellor.
Simeon I)e Vitt Bioodgood, v. Nelson RandllSam
son Crookr, et al.
It appearing by affidavit totle satisfaction othiscour
that the defendants Davis D vine, Alen W. Hatch an
Samuel H. Whipple. reside outoftissae, ut are resi
dented of the United States, to wit, Davis Divine, inIlli
noise; Allen WV. Hitch, Milwauki, territory ofWiscon
sin; and Samnel H. WhVlippe, in Wrsaw, Missouri-
motion of Israel V Williams, esq., of counsel or the con
plainant, it is ordered, tit he sai Davis Divine, Al
len WV. Hatch and Samuel H. Wiple cause their p
pearance to be entered, aid notice threofto be srvi
on the complaiuiant's solicitors, within four onths roi
the date of this order; anid it likewise appearing by a
davit to the satisfaction of this court, that pro-ess o
subpoena to appear hias been issued t of and der hi
seal )f this court, directed to the defendant Peter Clak
who is a tesidenl of this state, but that uch process oul
not be served on said defendant by reason of his absent
from the state; on like motion, it is ordered, that t
said defendant Peter Clark do cause his appearance
be entered, antId notice thereofo be served o the coi
plainant's solicitors within three months from the dt
of this harder; and in case of ilie appearance ofhe abv
named absentee and non resdent defendants, that he
cause their answer to tle co lainant's bill o be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on te complainant's so
licitors within forty days after service of a copy of sai
bill, and in default thereof said bill ay be taken a
confessed by them: and itis furtherordered, tlialh sai
complainant within twenty days cause this order t
be published in th1.e state paper and in the newspaper
entitled the Comnnercial Advertiser and journal, printed
in thle city of Bffalo, and to be published in each o
said papers eitit weeks in succession d once t as
in each ofsaid weeks, but such publication as afresaic
shall not be necessary i- case the said complainant shal
cause a copy of this order to be served personally upo
the said defendants Davis Divine, Alen Hatch and
Samuel H. WVliipple, at least tnty days before the me
above prescribed tor their appearance in this cause.
sel4-8w Copy. JOHIN DAVISN, Register.
AT a court ofchancerv held or the state of New York,
at the city of New York, on the seventh day oi
October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nie-
Present, William T. SMcCoun, vice-chancellor of the
first circuit.
The Jeffermon Insurance Company in the city of New-
York, vs. Ebenezer L. Villia, and othr.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction ofthis court
that Lauristoi tHall, one of te defendants in this cause,
r. sides out of the state of New York, but within on of
the United States, to wit, at Paterson in th stateof New
Jersey; and that WVilliam L) n, ne other of tie de-
fendanils in this cause, reside out of ie stae of New-
Yok, in one of the provinces of Cinada, to wi., at
Montreal-on motion of J. H. e, solitor for te co-
plainants, it is ordered, that the said Lauston Hall nd
WVilliam Lyman, and each ofthem, cause their appear-
ance to be entered, and notice thereof to be served on
the complainants' solicitor within four onts ioin the
date of this Hrder, and in case of their or either olteir
appearance that they' cause their respective answers
the complainants'bill to ie d, and aopythereof o be
served oni h complainants' solior within forty davs


- 'fa court ofcliancery heid or st of New York
Sat the city of Albiny, on te secn day o ep-
tember, one thousanI d eight hundred and tiry-ne-
Present, Reuben HI. alwort chancellor.
Simeon I)e \itt Bloodgood, v. Nlo Randall, Jo-
sepih G. Mastn, ct al.
It appearing by affithdavitsto t tisftionoftiiscourt
that the defendan s Davis Divine, Alen W. Hatch and
Samuel H. ,Vhipplh, reside out othis stat, but r -
sidients ofthe Unttd tatvs, o wit, Davis ivine, in
Illinois; Alien VW. Hatch,in ilwaukie, Wisosin er-
ritor.x; and Samuel H. Whippe, Wraw, isuri-on
motion of Israel WVillianims, require, of counsel for le
complainant, it is ordered, it the said D ivis Divine,
Allen VV. Hatch and Samuell.l. hpp cause their ap-
pearance to be entered, and notice hereof to be servd
on the complainant's solicitors within four months from
thle date of this order: anid ikwise appearing by affi-
vits to the satisfac io of th tat process ofsub-
pmna to appear has b. en i-sued out ofand unli seal
of thiscourt, directed to i th pendant Peer Clk, who
is a resi ent of this st te, buthat such proc s could not
b- served on said defendant byreaon o s aisenc
from the state; on like motion, it is lurhr orderdthat
the said defendlint Peter Clark do case his appearance
to be entered, and notice thereof to be served o i e
comrnplainmant's solicitors witin three ons from the
date ofll tis order; and in casoflie appearance otha-
bove naitnedabsenteeor nonresientdeenats, thatthey
cause their answer to the complaint's bill to be filed,
and a copy thereof to be served on the coplainant's so-
licitor within forty days after service of a copy of said
bill, and in default thereof, said ill ay be taken as con-
fessed by them: and tt is further ordered, that te said
complainant within twenty days cause this order to e
published in the state paper and in te newspaper enti-
tled Coinmercial Advertiser and Journa ri in th
city of Butialo. and to be published in eac of said pa-
pers eight weeks in succession, and once at least i each
of said weeks, but such publication as aforesaid shall not
be necessary in case the complainant sall cause a copy
ofthis order to be served personally upon the said de-
fendants, Davis Divine, Alen W. Hatc, S uel H.
Whipple and Peter CUark, at least twnty days before
the time above prescribed for teir appearance in this
cause. Copy.
sel4-Sw JOHN DAVISON, Register.
A'1 a court ot chi:tncerv na for te state of Nw-
York, at the city jf Albany, on e second day of
September, one thousand igl dred and iry-nine
-Present, Reuben H. Walworth, chancellor.
Simneoun De Witt Bloodgood, vs. Nelson Randall, Ab-
by Jane Baker, et a.
It appearing by affidavit to thesatisfactio ofhicourt
tlat the defendants, Davis Divine, Al en W. Hatch,
Samuel H. \\ hippie and AbbyJane Baker reside out of
this state, but are residents of ti United t e, to wi,
l)avis Divine in Illinois; Alen W. latch, Milwarki,
Wisconsin territory; Samuel i, pe, in Warsaw,
Missouri; and Abriy Jane Bakr, in Vestfield, Conrii-
cut-on motion of lhrael WilliaS, squire, ofconsel for
the comnplainait, it i- ordered, thtthe said D.vi Divine,
Allen W. Hatch, Samuel H. hipp and Abby Ja
Baker, cause their appearanc'to be entered, and notice
thereofto be served on the conpla in's solicitors witii
four months from the date of ti s order; and it likewise
appearing by affidavit to th aisction o the court,
thatprocess of subpoena to appear has been issued out of
and und, r the seal of this court, directed to the defend-
ant Peter Clark, who is a resident f this sta, but at
such process could not be served o sa deld t by
reason of his uab,-cnce from tis stie; on like moion, it
is tunrther ordered, that the said defendant Peer Clark,
do cause his appearance to be entered, and notice there-
of to be served on the complnan's solicitors witin
three months f:omr the d teo i order; and in case of
the appearance of the above absnte and no-residnt
defendants, thlatthey cause their awertothe coplain-
ant'sibill to be filed, undacopyteraftobeserved on
the complainant's solicitors within forty days aferser-
vice of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof, said
bill may betaken as confessed by them; and it is further
ordered, that the said complainant witin twenty days
cause this order to be published in the state paper, and
in the newspaper entitled ouiercial Advriiser and
Journal, printed in the city of Buffalo, and to be pub-
lished in each of said paper for eight weeks in succes-
sion, and once at least in eh of said weeks, but -uch
Publication as aforesaid iall not be necessary in cash
the said complainani shall cause a copy of this order to
reserved personally upon the said dendas Davis Di
vine, Allen W. Hatch, Samuel Whippe, Peter Clark
and Abby Jane Baker, at least weny days before e
time above prescribed for their appearance i ts
cause. opy.
sel4-8w___ JOHN M.DAVISON. Register
T a court of chancery held for e stae of Nv ork
at the city ofAl ,rny, on tle scond day ofSepte-
ber, one thousand eight hundrd and thirty-nine-Pre-
sent, Reuben H. Valwor, cnellor.
Simeon IDe Witt Bloodgood, vs. N on Ran Ebe
nezer B. Morhous, et al.
It;ippearing by affidavit tothe satisfaction othis court,
that the defendants 1)avis Divine, Aln W. Hatch and
Samuel H. WVhipple, reside out of i state, but are re-
sidenuts of ne of tle United State, to wit, Davis Divine,
in llinois; Allen WV. Hatch, at Milwauki, Wisconsin
ter itory; and Samuel H. hippe, at Warsaw,;is-
sourii and that th; Bank of icign is locate a De-
troit, in3 Michigan-on motion of Isril Wil;s esq ,
of ounsel for lthe complainant i i ord-red, that the
said defendants l)av It Divine, All-n W. Hat aiu
H. Whippl and Thie Bankofi higan aue th ir ap-
pearance to be entered, and notice Lereolto b served
on the complainant's solicilor within four o s from
the date ofthisorder; and it likewise appearing by affi-
davit to thie satisfaction ofthis court, that process ofsub-
poena to appear ihas been isned out ofand under e al
ot this court, directed to the defendant Peer Cl irk, who
i a resident ofthis st;te, hut tt uc processcould ot
lie served on said defendant by reason of Is ec
fr m inthe state; on like m notn, it i further ordered, that
the said defendant P, ter Claik do cau e iis appearance
to bie entered, and notice thereofto served on t co-
plainani's solicitor within t
this order; and iin case of t
named absentee and nont resi
cause their an s\\er to the rob
and a copy tiirreofto be ser
licitors within forty days ;
saidJ bill, and in defauiltthle
confessed by theta' und is lu
copnlihainant within twenty
published in lie state paper
ttedthe Commercial Advertis
the city of Buffalo. and to b
papers eight weks in succst
each of said weeka, but suc
shall not be necessary in. ase
a copy of this order to be s
defendants Davis Divine,
Whipple. Peter Clark and
least twenty days before th
their appearance in
sel4 8w JOHN

Y ord,-r of the hon. Michae Ushoeffer, first judge of
the court of connion pleas for e city and county
of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro-
visions of the statute authorisin attachments against
non-resident debtors, that an attachment has issued a
against thIe estate of HUGH BOWN, resident of en-
tary, in Ireland, and that the sae will e sold for the
paynientof hidu-bts, unless he appar anddischarge such
attachment according to law, within nine months from
the first publication of this notice, and that the payment
of any dubts due to himni by residents of this sate, and
thie delivery to him or for his use of ny property with-
in this state belong to him, and the transfer of an
such property by Rini, arefrbdden bylaw and are voi
Dated the 6tl day of July, 1839.
jyl0-9im Attorney for attaching creditors.
S or,. j !i i ael Ulsho, L-ler, i-i liJ dge
ot'l e court l'coinituii picas for te city and cou-
ry o'f New VY-irk, nolice is hereby given, pursuantto the
provisions oftlie statute authorisin attache against
non-residentdebtors, that an attachment as issued a-
gainst the -state of JOAQUIM DE FI AS ESME
KALDO, m resident of the islud of Makeira, and
thie same willbesol orthe paynint ohis debts, unes
he appear and discharge such tachnt, accord to
law, within nin, nimoniths from li first publication o
this notice; and thia; the payment of any debts due to
hlumn by residents oft hiu stateand th delivery to ir
for his use of any prt.perty wii this state belonging
to him, and the transfer o any such property by him,
are forbidding by la and ur void. Dated the 27 day
ol April, 1839. F. R.TLLOU,
nir.7 9in Attorney fr il. rtlor.
Y order ol Ltie honorable Michael Ulsheffer, first
judge of the court of common pleas fr the city and
county of New York, notice is hereby given, pursu
to thi; provisions of the state authorizing attachments
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has s
sued against the estate o STEPHEN B. BOGERT,
resident of Cincinnati, state of Ohio, and tht te m
will be solo t ort lthe payment f his debts, unless h ap
pear and di-charge such attachent, according to law,
within niine months from the first publication o this no-
lice; and thai tthe payment o any debts due to him by
residenitsofthis state,aand the dlvery to him or for his
use, of any property within this stae belongingto him,
and thetransfer of any suI h property by hini, are for-
bidden by law and are void. Dated the 3d day ofMay,
1839. R. J EVAN,
my7-9m Attorney for attain creditor.
E people of the state of New York, by the grace
0 God free and Independent, to Elizabeth Skin
ner, of the town of Bernt in the cony of Albany, h
widow; and Adeline Howell, and Pila, wif of Jae
P. ,obinson, residing in the town of Middlesex in the
county of Yates, state of New York; Elizabeth, the wife
of -, of Ovid, in the county of Sneca and state afore
said; lDaniel G. -kinner, of Bath in the county ofStu
ben, in said state; Joshua G. Skinner, ofLodiand Dan-
iel Howell and Elizab-th Howell, o'Ovid i said county
of Senec;; and Horace Wyman, of te ciy of Albany
the special guardian of Emily Bryan, Margaret Bryan,
Kichard Bryan, Daniel Bryan, Joiah Dean and ary
Ann Dean, minors; and Abigail L:cke, Joseph kinnr,
George Hlowell, and others, whose names ad places
residence are unknown; heirs and net of ki of Josiah
Skinn- i, lateofthe town of Ber in the county of Alba-
ny, deceased greeting:
Whereas, Chestor C. Skinner, of the town of Bern
in the county of Albany, has laty made application t
oursurrogate of the county of Albany, to have certain
instrunmentin writing relating to bt real and personal
estate, duly proved as the last will and testament osaid
Josiah -kinner, decea-ed: You and ach o you are
hereby cited and required personally tob andppear be
fore our said surrogate at his office in the ciy of Alba
ny, on thle sixteenth day ot Noveber next, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon ot that day, then and ere to attend to
the probate of said instrument, as the la will and tea
imcnt of said deceased.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office
of our said surrogate to be hereunto d. Wit
[L. S.] ness, Anthony Blanchard, esq., surrogate of said
county, at thecity of Albany, this second day of
October, A. D. 189.
oc4-6w A. BLANCHAR.
AT a court of chancery held for the state of New York
at thie city of New York, on the twenty-fourth day of
September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine
-Present, \\ illiam T1. McCoun, vice chancellor of the
first circuit.
The American Life Insurance and Trust Company,
vs. John H. Smith, and others.
Itappearing by affidavit to thesatisaction ofthis court
that M.itthias Bruen, defendant in te above ntitl
cause, is n,;n-resident ofthis state, but a resident of one
of the United States, to wit, of New Jersey-on o-
tion of Mr Beverly Robinson, of counsel for th com-
plain, nts, it is ordered, that the said Matthias Bruen
cause his appearance to be entered, and notice thereof
lobe serve on the complainants' solicitor within four
nionths from the date of this order: and in case of his
appearance that he cause his answer to the complain-
ants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served on
the complainants' solicitor witin forty days after ser-
vice of a copy ofsaid bill, and in default thereof said
bill of complaint may be taken as confessed y hi: and
it is further ordered, that within wny daysthe said com-
plainants cause this order to be published in the sate
paper and in the Long Island Star, and that te said
publicatirn- be continued in each of the said papers, t
least once in each week for eight wek in succession,
or that they cause a copy of this rder t be personally
served oil the said Matthias Bru-n, at least twenty
days before the time above prescribed for his appear-
ace. Copy.
oc4-8w HIRAM WALWORTH, Clerk.
AT a court of chancery held fotheat ofNw ork,
at ttle city of New York, on the twenty-fourth day
of September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
nine-Present, WVilliam T. cCoun, vice chancellor of
the first iri
The American Life Insur
vs. Alexander ,oher
It appearing by affidavit to t
that Samuel E. Crocker, defe
cause, is non-resident of t
of one ofthe Untted States, t
on motion of Mr. Be erly R
complainants, it is order
E. Crocker cause his appe
notice thereofto be served o
within four months from the
case of his appearance that
complainants' bill to be fil
served on the complainants'
after service of a copy of said
the said bill may be taken asn
further ordered that within
ants cause this order to be pi
in the New York American,
tion be continued in each of
in each week for eiglht weeks
cause a copy of this order t
said Samuel E. Crocker, at
time above prescribed fr
oc4 8w HIAt

AT a court(ofc.anccr held the slat New-York
at the city of New York, on iie twenty-fourth day
ol September. one thousand eight hundred ad tirty-
ninte-Present. Willian T. McCoun, vice chancellor of
the first circuit.
The American Insurance Company of New York, vs.
James Jarvis, and othes.
it appearing by ahfidavit tothe satisfact court,
that Thomlas S. Hu-te-d and John A. colield, two ofh



BY order of hlie hon. Michae, Ulsoefr, firtudgeof
the court of common pleas for the city and county
of New-York, notice is hereby iven, pursuant to the
provisions of the statute authorizing attachments against
non resident debtors,that an attachment hsiued xait
DAY,and S. W. WATER'S, rridensof thestateofLou-
isiana, anid that the same will be sold for the pay-
mient of their debts, unless ty appear and discharge
such attachment, according to aw, within nine onths
from the first publication ofthis notice; and tha he
payment of any debts due to them by residents of tis
state, and the delivery to the or for their use, of any
property within this state belonging to the, and te
transferofsuchany property ti, ar forbidden by
law and are void. Dated the 15th day of June, 1839.
jel7-9m Attornev for achi rrditor.
i oi i ii,, thIe hon. Jaco L insingirtjudge of he
Scourt of common pleas in and for te city and con-
ty of Albany, notice is herby pursuant to e
pr V.ision- oi th tute a h ri atta mentsagainst
abscontding and :'on: al -d debtors, an attachment s
issued autiist the tateof ISRAELM. REEVE, anin-
hablitnt of this state, a concealed or absconding debt-
or, residing in the city ofAlbay, it e ame will be
sold for thl e tayumient ol"f his debts, unless lie appear and
discharge such attachment according to law, withi
three months from the first publication of this notice;
and tiO thle paymienm of any debt, and the delivery of
any properly belonging to such detor, to him or to his
use, and the transfer ofany property by him for any pur-
pose whatever, areforbidden law l ire void Da-
ted the 1st Augu.t, 139. WHLPLEY & ILL,
au3- 3m Attori lt 'or t .aci i
V order of tbe honorable William Inglis. associate
judge ofthe court of common pleas in and for i
city aridcouniy ol New York, notice i hereby given
pursuant to the provisions o the tute authorizing t
tachmnit.n again non-reside debtor, th in attach-
menrt has issued igalnst the estate of CHARLES F.
SIBBALD, a resident of the state of Pennsylvania, and
that the same will bt sold for the payment ohis debt,
unless, lie appear and -lischare such atachent accord-.
ing to law, within nine monithis ro the irs pliatin
of this notice; and that the payment of any deb due
to him by residents of this sateand the delivery t hi
or for his use of any property win his ste belong-
ing to lhim, andl the trantier of any suc property by
him, anre forbidden by law aiid -re void. Dated the
25th day of July, 139.

Attorneys tfor iataching creditor.