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Title: The New-York statesman
Uniform Title: New-York statesman (New York, N.Y. 1823)
Alternate title: New York statesman
Physical Description: 7 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: N.H. Carter & G.W. Prentiss
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: September 4, 1827
Publication Date: 1823-1829
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 51 (Mar. 1, 1823)-v. 8, no. 26 (Jan. 31, 1829).
General Note: Editors: Nathaniel H. Carter; George W. Prentiss.
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Related Items: Statesman (New York, N.Y. : 1823)
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Preceded by: New-York statesman and evening advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1822)
Succeeded by: National advocate (New-York, N.Y. : 1812)
Succeeded by: New-York morning herald (New York, N.Y. : 1829)

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- PULCHRUIJM EST BENE TACERE- REIUBLICE, ETI*IAM BENE DICERE' AUD .., -.i. lST. Sai.ast.


THE NEW-YORK STATE SMAN": BOOT': ..Vp, 5W-Ti -F HP i CAn-A HOUSE, Washinrton-street, EHE subscribers as Trustees for Creditors of TO THIE PUBLIC. I-W TI-O Y THE -5 NOTICO O A. .
... ,* H. T It..l N... 1,.I. l.:-:i n street, -1 cornerof Robinson, near'WashingtonMar- Daniel HLgeman, illsell at Pubic A c- A I HE .-..- /,. / ; .I, PA yI, % AR -- RHE RS F MA.U-.
S No. 1, in t he .ch. c, next door to the (.,,,-..r or i'-.,-I-,, r, has on ket;,is furnished in the best style, and'occuied tion at the Mercants' Exchange, in the city of sole i.r..i..,- .. I, Ice, ..1. TENT It- .o 27 acres ; Fao r con-
So. 16, in the ew Exchange, Wlslrel hand a large and well assorted stock of BOOTS by PETER T. B. YER, late Proprietor of the New-York on tie twenty-sixth day of September PROVED WATE Woor, SPIN Fn and ng o aci t m o Moreau, Faraad-
New-York, by I and SHOES of his and also o Massachusetts, Poughkeepsie Hotel. Afew genteel BOARD- next, at 12 o'clock, the premises herein after men- COTTON SPIRNDLE,for tle United States, and also a of Sa ill. TStiatesi ,as o it
CARTER & PRENTISS, Connecticutand Jerseymanufacture, all ofwhich ERS can bea ccomrodatod witli airy rooooms, ox-tioned, to wit: of the COTTON RROPE, for the territory of New- mosf ex si n val lyls rol y aso it
Editors and Proprietors. oerveryow and on the most favourable excellent beds, and a table to their satisfaction, with All that certain Dwelling.House and Lot of England,heroby caultio the public against in-I f by dral urosaes in te rter pt
Storms, eansisting .of Geritjcmen's Boots sewed, tle privilege of a spacious, pleasant, and well Groungd s itate ithenow orlttteTenth ward of fringing oi either of the ,above patents. The iin the ,rther part of
Price-- 10trer snn;m ....,,tl state of N, ew-Yo-,;. It enmraces onle halW
Prce-$10 per annum. nailed andpegged. ofthofirst and second cnlifh-; furnished Reading Room. jel3-tf thecityof New-Torkn~ ow known, as Nd.23 Es- Setaseer Company build the above machines, and of tile Huds Baker's all brace s oe hal
S "fine dressed Shoes, fine calf lro ans and -,.-.- sex street, bounded easterly in front by Essex-st. also all kinds of Cotton and Woollen Machinery feet fall n a ""aile, and commr
HUDSON RIVVER STEAM-BOATLINE.' first and.second quality; Lares'.silk, kid, stuff; BO3'DI G ..ND DAD Y SCHOOL, : northerly by ground of Philp ,bert, andbsoutherly to order, in the best manner and on the lowest il i nt in a, quarter a heI le and clnm i L
CONST1TUTION, Capt. A i Bartholomew" seal, and morocco heel anll -i,; -i;p.,, mio- FOR YOUNG LADIES,, by ground of Walter Howell, containing in front terms. JOSEPII W. I1HUBBARD, Scc'ry. .ic to ti vi .i, ..1. .i.e b'ri at
CONSTELLATION,. .. R. G. Cruttenden. rocco clasp, buclle,.br6ad ,: 1.. I1 ......, valk- No. 13 GREENWICn-STrEET, and rear twenty-fivefeet, and in length on each :Middletown,'Augustl.-t,186 G. a,, 1-y at" four dw,, ellhI dmgenld g
LCHIEF-s lJUSTICE"P MARSHA ing oes, Miisoes' and i ChildrenisBoots & Shoes NDER the s uperintendence of E 1 z1 arH side, sixty-two feet, s Iinces. .. .. "e fll'ouses, o e sle. w-mi' a- k
CHIEF JUSTICE M- RSHA -l-. .. d,' es c ,' .-i s o ala-rryc assort -i -1 0 L.,"' plaster All so. JlsfOr lg sale, on the ,ndif -east
R. W. Sherman. of the above descriptions. Also, atlare assort: O"au, and sisters, who wish to inform the public : And also all those four certain Lots of Ground, W s O L, id (f r'sl f F a i t nlt he of SAdi H .li,
Id ion i of stout Shoes and Brogans; Alen's and that every advantage is afforded in their esta- situateonthesouNth-weNtcrlysideofFory-second 'T-f TNEY, CBOT CONo.12 Contral- $n vi naeof Thl* yl ^i)
--^ t *poy's of the best kind aid quality; biishinent for the improvement of Boarders and street,between theSeventliand EighthAvenues,. street, BOSTON make advances in ah prenis, embra Thiswith the above dscri

'lestreet Aet.dnny, asq aiyDyShlr.follows, viz: ThLLr, .. ls ,i v | ,,, dpeet ru . O KLEY. ency O.,f"ft s ce, No. 8 t- i h Perl street, Al t
rd id bNE W O r o ats b ein g in N.* I 0. ., h a v e o n h a nd io us to le ss on h is ,I l i r oe i ] Ne wY o r k no w n o n.la ilic. F L E E C E S o fO V O ry g ra h [ ./, i s .' a i :** s i t -m rill, TY r am i0 c '
Monday a,PM. Order, will be despnday, atl chedA.M. D irgs, Mwdicines, Ch'omi. ,1.1 1 .;I.--. ork ., Th, e yL Cassiste d both i Fret and Jr .- 1; ..,.. I] r.,I1 it n .a 1 ,.lTo,0And ill Nvfustur ers, o purchase, willt & CANFIELD'S LOTTEpRY ARG
s". ": uee s.ay, tr. .- -E .--. 1;hfoi-v casp o ciry tot-e n. a mental work. Lovee, 1 l .t of an acre- be the REO G E C N t.D tOr c of the m Loter y r s i.
"', ,yuiag"M p ya;t m dsend the public to purchase, ,do'le can su A C S Ao ap- nPOardr i ,, li-avo'-dbely Hppsrnnity -f - : ..0



*. Sat y 0 A. do do 2d B a OY in 4 a a o t n :at .ve P r : e FFERS x : r 11eet a y. wson er c s .where h n
<.vl iv -1.rv ta hh shrrs notice -,Iss n be 'til- ...e. .dt eI (near oaidep-lanc.) Price, and terms of payment t liberal. Apply t)




:ee and. laded, whe n it can be done with tro in carboys and bottles; Aqa ortis, in o ll. .that'certain Soap, assorted in boxs H uenof ono doxn andto thnnu nirv u s 'nay alway R s obtain, n in bn Lovte's i in The C rnA..asl,. ,r: 1. ,
S A -N. H O F F M BA N R st O N !ork ped D ye W oods, .n .barr .els ni o to t h e ordinnae i. r ncV it, t aie. Gcou n y u w e st e s l e of G rand stre etn^ a d L Foor Sbml ran ua er t- 0e d inne O fi e 8 olr re;ea r str r "dr p si r
'streel. A 'riv A as'follows, viz:. a r ls A'lho, in .. u e s. ....1.I..I.-v1 ,rI 1.-mes;, h Floocu, or SJapa., a,,nd A.--r I .. +i o a^










.m..r10 A I S south. .arket-st. A lbany. .i.. lasdtic qarnial;.mI -0 stiI -So.1 I P esi...Otto .of R o.e, as ed C hine Ml I.o ..r y 11 '. I.... :e dly 1ffice, t.o d87rJo t owk P a t c to n a t r dAlo t
FR OUGH NEW LYORK, N ROM AI X .NY .. i d ,a-oan v N ew -iL o d, a ron ,,.,rI. i -1 ,, o m s ares. .o... I-hill each .". I a. I. 10 0 r ps te T. iw e (t o !-. ,.-J, Loves a1 ,
-ondayi.l atS,P Monday. ill leave sia Indian Speciicin fos, Coura hs: Foreio d w.'t.- f Rose Wash Balls; Co- r A' I t,, e,.:..l o,,I ..I year.', .. lil rers, bu e ss, made tor- travllmg routes L n'S the middle Ad NrR eg,
T e sda;" : "5, P;M. 'Tues yr l I,A. s,. rnlitAr, &ca whichl they oribr, wholesalet or re- Markivn, with- oter Roeani ntal wor t. ] *oerre,.. -.-... brf..i ,*.: i, J 6of a aa cre, bet e of the ro tepaLottue Iry Argus i






\.rtf d-^Si : ,. ,J .,tet sain, wor. GEO RE DIC KIN SON, o d rnt a h l t ry Og viIere a t.
v h-ry M._.n.d, 5 Pai M. W eda esdyi, t I.0eM. .A:, W1 Tte. ost voraie ter n Powder E so ornery, n ss or pleasu-, i,. .Sa:,. y. .. .r, --













a i a i arrn cnr c n e .... cr" in N e w o n d o tn r R og e r' Nye tn R TD erg e nt d e o s e a n d V io le t sc e n t ed a n d p la in H a ir P o w W A B D R H O G I NS u e. n 2n tu r e s s1 s, I.e G c ,,r. l n d, o., -,
t nke pa,.:ii./:r', i..T. : l a, to9Providence and foll v, K d L and bo O ::f ved theA Otto roses by tho'ounce and in small ilt h ,ot- j. y 2 sa wri vys on / a warant Dyeitg, Paokes' superior cast, current. This bar, 1- r..e.. b l.t ..a, ,crl..l
.civel.. aid-lar1rddi.when it cn- .i brrive early thosame *trib; i crboys n 'bttls .efro es. -Ao Foris iu 1o sL 1 :p tass e-m seosl. ,' bIozen i and to, all that certa n Lot oi Ground i ate in fo various pro se el, wheat, kibbng of any heretofore puwri h. an.II.Iil Sl
-.afty. For furtherinformtio apply to do; riaie cid ildo d; Ground and chi- S I z-- sences aissortesd in b o es l- dz eah, It d G oi e Evritt) kc 1 le 4 Q oweral kindsof I ., ,r a-. fic.- o
,A. N. HOF, AN, 71Dest.n hand 5pe 0 cakes, js, received, prepared the Esprit de Rose, double extrait d'Ora o de l. estery stie .of .Grnd-street e i ai twist an d 2 spool- State or individual pa- national stock, bills of e ..ma-r 0en : -r-to A. BARTHO LOaMEW and barels; Alcohol, i n a barrelsN Cops!, Japan, ""I "'."I "." ",'"."s.rios"-an







.' tE- r "I.i.1.r. p r. or= r n rbI.[. .,n .d d d "I i' ,iv .e i. -1.. ...' -,.- ,* ,i t, u.l. tableone ts. t. h e .. .... B ine, iong*machi 4 r:e-, .. ,, ,, tent r, a ghts for using distant phies or countries; also .I, p : it .. 0 ,
Grtulor, ;, -,,rK V. B rSO n nU.IN I : Seidlitz Poa\delrd ; .Soda Powders; i, ,. .I. t .. .. 1'1""c a.d chemical Dentifrice;-Aro a tic in all its branieskis puncually .front dex ediiouslp 6le 'rSe n. drpsae M oore's patel t .r .l -gh..tbl and silver ira si.1. .en...n. r ,, r ,.iaJ n,




N.-.r .l, .ireP. l].:. ll.. .. s wthoutitinduces me to saythatl will Tooth Paste; R stcrative Lotion. .conducted. Ti;. sketch fbusi s p t e ny & steam drying flooror and other valuable in,.i .o el ;,,,i,,.. ,.,,..
To e,rnoy p N-wn-Lor to \..P:.:OV cll .. e inu h and Nehe -Lordo n; Cott Is a an al C h inese Musk put up in small paper a s- transacted. s b. nof n '400bs worslc harns s used, k in, wh ich dries on staPrie one shilling, 1!r uning ,: ..rI, i.iu'-...r
Sr.:. n, f W ..dth. T :. r, P c Pentiss'sfor sided Raor Straps, wittree st. .. Astor for .the te f.t enty-o yeari 20 thrIstle, 500 p rinciples heretofore- The ing r : .l.1 the mid ,le I,,nd N
t v ill iea N .r~l -r. l.; .. P. M. ,illle a ve si 'o I o dian Specics for Cou a s: bo xes ofand o' r positi'.. adapted to t. ,sose, i J.st ; .and. o- frd .,the 16th.,dy o,. pi ,' ,18I ,,,hc -"-e.r .- I ul dnownp all idsof -ang.oum, ani la S e, l (.o.l ., 'l in A ,l,

,nib ,t N B N i-i cate of Edward Bacon, esq. of Syrater 3m sr n houss '5res, *onu iast o .ra .ei. ,a d loobs, I S" sati- grar ,to acco"coffee, i.v, ,nL e $3 per annrum ...r rI.. alr,,.,iir .i n r, ,l

RHODE-ILAND T L -W e so many arondme are daily fll- entiss's Eastic R or Stras, mad n te andleas mney b wedand loned on tts otton, wool,clothr period less than a-,, ,.. .r
r er ,, o ou ad rinciple of Emerson's, Pakwol s and Hop- estate, Wr of e r de tion execu -, ay other article la- The Argus will be re, I ,, .









*ply t. o n -1 W .'- pum ono; y l d secti onA I fp- o o kin, s b decidedly superior n every important neatl y and correctly, erchandize bought and ctapo 4achrhl anl 2 v g imb bed wet or to subscribers residrye- a. ti, ,...es of ,-, I
i* T' .. ateD an stat te to h u,.l.o .M a ed effects particular to either. s d on commissionnco t on us ul .p r do. r mo, tare, i a very States. The Argus will -lso be forwarded witw
.r r h rN. HO F bN 71 ad m sy 0.r emo ve d a nd tildisor r IIa sIn tr h an- &,c. mon tfa n 2,00 ed eind oo cane,. il l P aplen of. G summary of Diew s; Fur --by t














p-.-ei-r,- to Bo =n. h.L The bove for sal wolosue anid retail by co..istingi-of abare Cellar a lar .- :... boo l trs of ,bordmghou"ses with respectable 500 trongd do Steel, or brass-patent the ex tofkintc El i Z.U:ETh s..H "f .;
: t c.:. n.:s.f h- Li er-n In i E,, n Mechants.'Exeha cngh ,andbytl opr aJincipa n lDrug de kIo: t-aPaint -- brick Black children n r. 30 sp olin vheelsa nd swifts. testa nd tm d e of you
.l ad, L. ;1'. .I.i '.'. ,I w .avn.r wll fasth en-, 1 is ll calcuated \s ra .. als the t .ird day of Septe red and; wh .yf noter s ,{




















-.dl....n : l, + '...1 .. ed, and built of the best, materials, wi. ,guards lishment of-the kindwithin ,l es ...rii. O y s soo a- s twt eysarrivo w-ere they c a COTTO', & WOOLD e N Ma CHLs ERY. Administration on th.e estates of ,he said deas
1 r. ,- --,. i," o ,lr ar t os e Al ..b and aftVh, -which give her a spacious dock of flourishin,.ad, eexotai,, c u .tro ,fRroud t, .'ave every d os-e grated. ,! -- --.-wHE MATTEAWAN COMPANY are now g d should not bo granted to ,,t*
l. l:rd 1 ... I. lr !.. .. a 147 f.t ,,ot .'o and 47 feet br.ad. Her le th, ill e.r Thorearedirec w c mu' I a .. ._rm .rs and t.,'_er throughout man fw -,"turin at their M machine Shop, at Es ,quire, the Publi Admi, 'stral, r C '. ,
, ti .;. ,, ... ,. -breadth, -an- depth, are well proportioned for a .o w-Yor it tt the Cane das toO iI.o and l .I I to s or I M tt "wr "hr Fi"Fki L ending, every de- New-York, according to aw. t -









H iv.,,, r, % rrr '." ,,l.. firt rate boat, and her appearance is not surpass- e M ollichigan eerkniesoh "cons nl demand tr .', "l .. .1 lands, are requested scription sofaCo o nay, d o rln cd ryon the IN TSTI' ONY W, ER OF..,. we hv ca.d ,thQ









Geom,. .. / ... '-. *rv d...... ,| by any boat in tesewaters. She is now on ed. Alo, I ofer fbr spal hole Sitoc d to send their "rders to th10 above otice, where most approved plans, and, iu the best style of Seal of Office of our said Surrogatq to b
c A .J 1 _. !.r,_hed, ae r n-ed t scks, and can be out iote water at t ee olon n f r e o *11 be eai a ;l orclc- wl ..n One of 1te i visite Eu- ereunto affixed W Ines. Jaa CagT
ldr,:- A,: ,. ws to smake can be done where she is, at a tri- \ |,aces and ls rr s, houes.and lots, thut ar, ..: i, r...! for ffr the :..i :ln, themselves, of all the late im- CL-^ at the said city.the first :,i lu :
F, il ,.: ."- AN D TN L ,- o v flingexpense. For further particular apply to q li, toeter ,' h os r sale or to let a the time b improvements Cotton and Wooln Machinery. the year of our Lord one housed eig'













v, ..ii... ',' ... .... .,lr...4. r, .... ",,...- the subscriber, at 268 Greenwich street,a N.York site forsuch n ea,. i A Pirid, and when sales made, a usual commisio They are building particularly, tlhe Lap and hundred and twenty-sevenl e d of .ru
I n, .' ".nss t.-. ,,-,i t"o- 'r brc P 'in "tOntj ied IsVAishop 1 b-"e- -atile '-' ,;,,rr.

e tructions i e various branches of edi l e 0AML. W ISW L,. de ,.red)bl e elle Oar ,cTk sg SpreadigMa ine, Grinding Machine, and an Indep-u dence j i he. -. f y rst. l
nh e N D A V ID' A .h S iER M FA N N Y, ; Liq ui. G O OD- A D. W H- O L E SO M EP i s fR, T ER CrO. -ifh -adjacJtaod t tytlt, dan d fed ard ,l,, of, a.w "i' -ic de a, ,' t l ot ir t-,: d i.. ^ u- dn, m. M E S C A M PB, f .L L r I...











-r I 1 ~". o-Lnguge- T ^ ic^. -0 I i0 Pots. pcn.;t:.es imte Al aridtit e rctd Ho
D- .erd R \t TI N w,.r I t NtZ 1, .-.ill lneav, esq. or thIyp raS 3dsei distf ".. ." ust u s '". an.......n n "r. ..lt o s -i cn, tobacoC-frfo me,,i n J le s .3 nt n il.er-no t t,,s,, ,. .tc or ed eidrt T .
E .' N ." T-hE\ M D w after can be obtained in most part of the coun- ly dl ,re d Its .. sl rt ot tons,i wholesale and retai stores, by i closing Individuals or Companies that are erecting the window and next of kin to ROYAL PETERS,










SProfessor of Bota. y, M.-.. eralogy tryas welling the most populuciies. Whata r t ildE t aor r d aeM. tl : ,H. n r..:- ad etler,(post Manufactories or Cotton or Wool, can besup- 'ant, deceased, who is allegeto -e '
-. /D~ CT nlg w m s to the r sava es oz. oonslm ptonsanod rinc ip e of E ulerson's, F cl~vo d' al, est a re n a. r tle. G rand-,t ect M h t ".r.. ,: r.- ,, ow o any other al n _or d- h e r s wi l l be re+ I s i o -v r I, r,-,
S JONA THAN ELY, Ai M. citize ns of New-York,thave a tube well at teo B a in's, but ac id A u O l .., l,.. w, ltl- l be ,r|e, ,oe' ,1 P .. ..ect ia ps of tae first style of workmanship.p' i med w a re hereby cited to appear, and: ,ew ca",s, l be or.












P'.. t =-zIe ..a .sa..al. core "'' r of everyabdtockin the city-w-ere-. a t this DR CHAMBrtoeti .... FOR IN .. '"onco nfo .. I,1, '* I'.r examination. Orders, directed to A. H. SCHENCK. at Mat- Jamer s Campbll, Esquire, Surrogail" e of oL er city'
... ..and STEPHEN .L, .. .. .. warm season of ee. .re ,, ,r t uii..i.2o ..1, i,,prere 1s .M Al .so no attention paid to letters unless postpai, 0 teawan, or P. H. SCHENCK & CO. tt New- and'cosnlyof New-York, at his office in the City
i Pr,:l-..:,r o Mi t.l:,rai .Inj APi, ..l :.,. cool water AUTION I uper o th e p c o s u b ribes tual satis- York, w ll be promptly attended to.. I.. Hall, at ten o'..lock in the forenoon of Mondav
T prce.:. .i~oo JI ln.r ,i- The adva ntages of tubergwellsoverallothers, Rcelebrity i which se bos p .r' .... ith their patron. Matteawan,27t Aug.1827. a27&ctf 'h third day of September next, why LetI












r, -:, .:p, -t..:.hr, .. I ,, are, that the water rises nearer the surface, than has obtaied ere have been d dub a O Proprietor. ., m, n terms of Admi.sration on the estates of t said.
pernn abl ., n o. in common wells, and i many stances rises wille New-York u 25, 187. CE B deceasedshould not b e granted to Silanus Mil












surface, wi.;.: C the aidICA E. of pu p or Te *. e ,t.. l' . m H .sC .Irha eMORR TSON W Drpooio, No 1 0 S... thet ste fixten orr7operbies and goodwi1 les elsqtre the P li.c Admi strad orin tirp citye
ie. Tl ... .r I- ..:- ...b .... that is met with, in .the old method ...r 1,...-:. I subs crti ad e a.ne. aIe I. t inb 1 ;.tjI, D e- W ashingto street, near Castle Garmde ; house IN Ten s t aio. wHER' ;QF, we havt- caused thq'- "
lI .: -.- 1..I, wear a coatee, withpantaloons tubesso that the terthat is- r -", "r I di.aloCoo e r a t eofce 0 do Sln ,. wells ocked with liquors_ the good will is ,wort a hereunto affixed, 1. & Witness, James C mp-













a li *, ,I .:..Il.; 16,,a fr.ck coat-all of grey ,-,,,, ., depz 1 ,i,, ir,, ,* .*,, D o egc, ad at I he medicinal 5 .X F.p its ,nd1Aqufa.o1iews, at-L the least calculation 1000- amount of stock hll-, e Esquire, Surro ate -l l,. l *i:.,r
Lcolo"TrT Iefor Oeninter, and ble for the summer osOe.., p. '. T 1i he ,-- -mb-r -o wr -, arkd S 00 rt i lzn ... Potre aId fixtulres $S 500,huI rentofsthew liehouse $30, -u S !ty, at the said city, nod,.:t. y r d' ,1
a ,e ve lling., r i the "meF bunywill n eaveuew-nId stoni ei, o the d e uness i i iasleSo p n d can 3 e hasfo rth a. A term of c. The intho e ar ofourr t oand e
l.'f.r an o eun n ,;, .,, -, d -,,t o-he ... ,' ; ,, '. sa-,tit b uistsg anthd .ity. :. h ay n o w a -.e of h6nd h w itu tn r e r esi o ititaId aT w -d o tp Ion-Io, ,; .. .- : to h e rlo r ing'50 ,eon e sr a .. .. hund red a nd ,heve .... td













.th -- ..vd..:r -,- -J under their notice con- boring tube wells nm different parts of the country A M FANNING 100 ba. .".Li o-.2 Root remainder at 120days, mor approved _paper. Fof. Independence the fity-fi rBti. C
Sand cty, and ineveryinsncasmetwithgood a 18-dct 20ularsppy at35 Wlam-st. Nowor never al JAMES CAMPBELL Srrte.
Tllh c.o.ur .. o.,.- o, tion will commence on t tess access. He would refer the public ta tng B the follow- I dcg to g i oos b sess0 su s t i -you lve a brga e ofo I ed, emb e he op-, th fo o r lo
P. I r ,. Im d ", .. Ian. L. S ra t t ` P I n aln and ro n othcr' est" Fis os, ..,ac,"Wool, .- L7 N EW FUR ,STORE. ap th .u na. -,+ te rneo t wttr`
r ..c 'mmoodationstand t ober tthet can js prep a ua d w ith al 81s 1h sOHprit dCno sIS wih.i 'dso Nicaiagu 20 do il W.ic, w stin an too Sa^ tel or bnai i ual 'i e it to, d la son t se ae Ithid tdht .es




























ANDRr YATES. 1-i>.i r-, .T \' ," a FUR ITU E C S !0 do t al do, public, tliat he has removed from Albany to this you, are hereby ,:. pear, and shew eniiuH
N- w T .,,rk l rIpt A.D. .l. ,, I, *. .. .: .. .. UGHAUCHINL O S. s 1 dderNo.1, citycorner of Wall and Waer streets, w her he before James Cam rn, ed tu ..... c. Je
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je 2-t : Is LL, .\.I-,l. v I, redCHINERY eFOR INCLIED PLANES. e SATT1 t NETS t 50 denij h ou sEther Vitrio l, He has at present on hand, buffalo bear, and should not bo granted to Silvawu Millere d t
.e. I nr I lo-i-r -! Pa77- 111Ith. r:..I N. : I -Ihead a arrn IyaIbnoa..ut. u, Is E---. At,.s Sac -s1nowouIedAlso I ofer ..,.r Portugle whoeIsto abnd .. ll ..d their orders to th ;.a-o\'eork. ui, ei m ostcapproer pan s ad Mu the besrt' 5 s t..o and ofslver in oi..a Su!- i ,.,rro ..... d o ,;I..~




Ot- t P,ii .1. for conveying Canal Boats on an inclined has just received and offers fr sale 100 boxes powdered Peruvian Brk, and hair seal caps, collars, gtves, a id u tr h- accordingrto law. is ..
,C.vr..-,, l p,,:,,,,a,, ro 1.) .ral h los .f supply rt anos e aties', ,- hes f wa terrttbrean'Tssw; 1 cansistinese"Iaous put l rle) intsmallpape rh s.- trat ie Th- o i are .the ter s Fa sinlospindles,'d.ha r hti th whichdries IModels' i i,.r .,-w ,



d-,HE Bo.:-.kon. P .:.nu M" inIr .l. k. L'. '.-. Pl. 'etfrom thos ne level toanother,nd havin secu 10cases superfine blue mixedsatinets Ar nic mmgs of very ds option, to which he ivites o tstimsny whererf, we hav caused the Ieal































n% ouwill lie-n I'. r nxti h -- o-I.Pr N.:, ** lr:ritI- '.i.l apatentfor the same, noN offers it for use on 3 do stCcel do,2 super do do. aBll-d&c 0n, dq Roll B1 mston-, ,- the attention of those who wish to supply them- of offi ce of oupr said surrogate to bn here-
. d r r:., be worked by water ..r ,- ... ;. .a, r. ti i asso rn t of al ae (L. s.) i Surrogate of the said ounty,















q t ,to p. or J .lr 11a d:.-I i i lpr-ectanditissaid toobweealto matis requiotesriite to T eUSSIA SHEETING S, DIAPE RS, &c. a e "i cic e Chwstsb&c.&c. 2 2I -UCKER & SPRING d- the t c
rrilt l-..r. IL .Ni' i l l boatsof any e .:. .. onelevelto an o- titled to deb nture,, this day received, and for sLonor *o et a h i*i the Tee u. a l M eRICt sN CLOTHS- aoon ad bln itMae ifiilr. A tME I ea NrLCOTTON :GOODS.-6 balelt,

















Flltt ",ut,,.r, ... ,i n,.uc- ..,r. 'I.. Forthetruth oF wifun ch assertion, he will salo by J..DOW.& Git t O, 3 elPearl st. al8s rE twonid, ..l.an w l...l .ad, applicationfor Arteemix nreg s partreiuado slt p-S L 4-4heanevy brown shetings, 50t-do 3-4Isn rt.
h""'. 'h ..1" '""t. r,' r to those 'gentlemen who i have inspected it, eru is the Teeth, are, to remove from the exposed di ev ey IFura,, in.gs, 10 do dmc nn bluc stripes, 5 t do 4-4 do..



















TTI NT- I ases, comprising an ex- and who a .. ; he most scientific and re- XBRIDGE & DUDLEY CASSIMERES surface all improper and foreign substances, ari cb oCe e I N checksw- 10 do coarse yarn, 16do and wi ph
t.n-iv a ..rie t.;..ii;i ..f ,.-...-..r, spectacle i, I .a.. paent Rights for enti 9 cases drab, steel, Oxford and light .ixt thus to whiten the enamel; and securely to ope- a, 1 t Maiden-lane igfor sale by an i e T

















and O'brd .:.J.Ai N V l.i..?. drSI', in.i"r,,:i r.:D canals or s. I. i. will be contracted for, .and cassimres this day roc'd from the tanufacto- rate as an antiseptic on all destructive substances rOR.SE FOR SALE-A first rate Gioo or J GPIERSON ifnbROTFu
l.. Th.lrsiilb,' \VM F \ ?.1M .. M'OT l. the subscriber is willing for an. adequate repu- ies, and forsale by TUCKER & SPRING, concealed between tho teeth. To effect the -So.ddle:Horse, 8 yearstold, warreted kTnd a24 lIC corner cAfHr Ar,.i,[ an 'r tr.
l5 r ~fes sr, o l...".r t...lu .M Fn:rlo y. orationi to guarantee their successful operation. al8 t129 Maiden-lane" first, this powder possesses tho requisite qualities, sound, and eetle. Apply at Post's stab" e foo eAThNETS, d 9 ca< t r ti
Srer^hi te Fln3000or to MrlHIbreadWtt e 5 *" c ases fe4do shIirigs rl t a ll oarshne. Ad ATH BRICK-Just recdfrom the bestma- ER&PRING,199 Mai nlane.
S it-d L T Aa. 1". P M .luall ROBERT GRAVES andt o sale ,_- w H t eo re Iivp o etirsd ,ic e ,oa te, pode .r.N 11tat P rne re p of ld t iMainry, o ne bras teerl at,&c. itfosalenby rein ou ande .,y
cadl,,n tH. iitieenile..; r.-ad ie sal.te.ii p LEACHED GOODS --100 cases & bales a -a" "-. -ne. ]made in tho' best possible ma rmer, and is beyond al8o1m i ns s lo 188 Greenwich street. r he b c tr, ,
I d o lu d.. r, ...i n i. Shirtings; 30 cases heavy44&54 do Shet- .ew patterns, this day rc'd and for sale by discovered, Manufactured and sold, wholesale k will e p lyG haT re t en ed tos "a t b, 4n o is t.. .,.ie f no. n I fur M .a
sale by PETER H. SCH .oo"NCK & CO. ig, f r He bO a V r. *a& Sb MOTTom oweoan nlar-n ilt Ilp 9 Pa neu N1UnDd iS legdt haedR RNG,
al3 :- 1'3 M aiden lane. b ar er, PE ER Hsh SCttlN M i esC1 a22 1 door bm ,low Pearl dst. r m y ,Np.A E cha go-st.. .. 'l I N1 M,1 7
1HAINETTS & GID -,se grtnMPS.-1 case, just re gOLL BRIMSTONE-Fo 1 ""OTTON YARN-7 bales twist, Nos. 20Dito Pefume d ancyStor oo nsret TI TS-20 cases blued Oxford and steew orl r, aordntdr'tfly.
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xnuif] C r. "-ilt.rnrardj'.,there was but one eorrcd tollim to betake. himself to the Clhdcei A letter from Portsmouth, dated Tuesday,
-:'I'.,'i he .L rulon M iarih n- (Ct.L oMiukle.] k.- zeh.hlte in i r :e L'ho taxl of attoxo df .1 "n Ii Su,,Jo';. hta S-"aI.I E, a. a convenlenientop- states tifat tile Russian force expected in that
L CF O F Ltl I D .l.XX)N secondjo.urney t h .'.-' .rthii i Elio: ,n: e ..t.ile ..:- -i.i.,iii ..il"''cuian, i iuLe'.ir I .',tit the -object of port consists of nine sail of the line ld "nine fri-I
-r ,- '" ,. "V .... .. month woald have U -n m ,riurinoinwi blie F.H n hIe l l u.I ir t ai.0:e,: he u1 c.,ed the praver-book, gates, besidessmaller vessels."-'The inhabitants
Treclo ,,a l K jdivial lile tt illrdc ison is matters- were, it was wit. idifficulty,. h it uur ind, iilh -etiCE:. I ., r pointed to'these were very much amnsed-witl contrast of the
r.A. ii-'ihu.cdl j colcfllrary t.> livoat ic world prof%.-i-,.nl aJvntu.:t %a. able -to keen I llp p: -ctl tl ni rdi;"" Willl;..,u hi'- e this mai to be. English and Russian sa-ilors; the latte, come on
ilhi a acll ceo ioti h ii s e..' It l..zwit'A-X ,"' wt htram of .l' e t Jurdi_., ,%het the period .o roovd thy wed,14 d h]];d-a "J '" %i,; Snrtces,,coountr'y- shore, formed on the beach, and mnarched like
t:l c.s 8,1 1 r,1 impar~lin.1ity,', and.- suore ,digenee i r goin._ |,roninglih, ...ire of thoeircuit h ..r ircd a- 0.e" T.-4, i i..- Iit, 'ofthe tactics of well trained soldiers throun-h the streets, with L-1,
1 1114 hit' I) bEiL einpllr fed in tile coliclivii tie irtti.- ol. inp.w., I. (.ugbt ne er LC i.nri. o ll te ein..i.e.n' which answer- erect.ait and orderly behaviour. The roll of
niatendasi.111L 10Wa-I(III' ,. I u i '-,.. i
..teria ... im Lhc s ntliblid 1 .1 ,eco h,,i; -, mer,:i lty ,J e hiiimntaii-ftii. fur her. Tihe. lover" read his the Engglish sailors requires no description.
A-, C,% pe~r--rnare rainilfrwith q&,mridenitr of-iniilnslinai,. A 1, wn111IL |||If`TnI,;U| til: 1,,>111 hopes sweet. promise in -her eyes;'" the hour of ,\cr.IC-Tbe Tribunal of tile- First Instance
gli v -- had dc"deda ai"st ......k mae by enera
lli .l) 1.1.'-...1 Lor Ci .i t fS,Ln )l', L l-Ui,.n lll ~l.,lila>:t.,,..,,,,r-,ud ,-ll. .u, nl rsi o li h .,: rr .n .:l rd Ml- 1.. rt n a c
lscribeibe h t l 'l h ap ;e r, w it clt I s.m Ih Ed | I.: X rlkn,,,,I. / lyr ,,.l....i ..ul ,. Il,. -,1 hi. v- lu i] r rV ,c
thighroad to peferm ent :return but i'-,.r,', .'? .. H .-: l Franceschetti upon M adgm Mrat and her chil-
Z9a. o .tT's nA V .c .LTC .In". nia- i ,,lu -.,l thi N,.r]h. h i, ,w, .) r, fi inkl would rnotafterwards treat fopr peace; they were dren. .
ATTENel' cEd6Nr.itfEioRaTIIEB I,,,c1r-.-)f iill tmfbli t ,miUl, ni 1l ih li it, 1-v>prclir.l, III iner6xorable to all applications of tle kind. In a On the 5th of July, two line s Iii.s "two fi-
, CLANDESTI%,E-.AaRitAr:'O:. + h if i|,.\i,,' lhn .n., i,, ,,m a ',.alif,,,.,. ,ihorrt time, the world seemed to turn upside
tl, juLal hfe.l life .Of th,: Earl of Elud n bein;,'at d ,'1 .,,! in a-,1 li .1)-, ,1 li i n.1 1 S1 :A u 1 ,It 1 i,.. down. Riches and houours strewed the path of gates, and a corvette, sailed' from Lrest. T he
lull th tro&: h ,lit I., ,:e? il w ill pr we )v tr eq m:: hn -i' h'ii I" \ lli l. '.i,,ih., ,l -,i -. i.1 .r.ml th, slighrtcd& barriliter. T he L ord C chancellor very large naval force of nearly 50 .ships in the
arnJ ael-i. to ,_jr. ce t,bu.-k on :it,. f ii- '',.*' X .' I! ,i,-rI., .,,,v l,.,I, l.r ,., ii'i" I",-,' 1,, wou!d not ovw acelnowledge the obsilinate peo-, M editerranean,-is to be divided into three parts-
singular dynasty; and endeavor ttivr' p .,n- I tl.i- ,I .he Il, 1''".i i l 1. ,t 1.1 :11. I rI pJlo w n refused to.coud teuanc6 poor John Scttto .hLepvant squadron of 23 ships, under Riglat,
ty theadv antageIohalcote porary op i,,n l ,,n 1 | ; l",.Ill .,., \V, 1,' ,,. c', d -o.. I, ,. and it w as his painful duty to put. th e-seal "to a the e nt squadron of 3 ships, umler Rigny,
'its m erits If there be allegations Ag,11110 ikec ||1 It I"?'.. |,, h '..,n,.. I"I L -. 11 t, l-A hJ11,; ,. 1 c" L.1'.1 iu pt :t l A.Tr, A _,,'" that w which blockades A lgiers, 13 ships, and t e
Chancellor, thp Minister, or th r man, which hi t ffkithi!i ,;,,,l v way, bitit' you stand in ,,, li u' LLU-. i1., .pc OI.l aI, d 'd I i.L r ..:i.-LI '..: cruisers for pirates. -
* tn su,'cf.l'ih :n-Y i'- I' I, th lie i.,' ,l,,.i-ilt't'!l ,' a'- ,iii n'IO.. I i ,.t.i ,i.n l1.? !.-, >.,.it, ,I 1 nntiy tfJ TO t l U ll ft h, i'ihr-r i I-- SPA-IN,
h^istoll, e.^ -idest S .; he'::i
1Id", ncred t- -I-n he ll sht ndl, .Ir .lli-it .,. '.li i 1 ,1 .11r1-L, _! h id!thi s I ti I H ,,. 10 ,I ["1.1 -10110. 1 kindnesstothefamily t rto .Lay Jul .te -t.t .tle ar org n g tite the
o t'd e t'n iic e. A n d l 't6 lv il |' ll" h a I O ,' ,,,1'!" ," ..,1 A ll iA r .' ,,A : f ,,, I iw t ....... I L- 11,-_ I -,g h ri i l l ii it h n i e n ti : m o re th a n o n e pta c e inrt g rea t es t a c tiv i ty a r e g im e n t, w h ic his t o b e c a lle d
tl .i l i s o ,- t i m o il v i i i l l hn ''> i r r A: 1 ,! l t *,L 1, l l'. 1 *" ", *1 1 **,, l 'I, '. "l '. l p f ir i ," = 1 1- I i ll ,l l ,,i ii o f t ih e P o u r t o f C oa n c e r y w hl o .! oSe d e n-ure d e -'na a n d t o b e c o m p -o s e d o f
soliludeo| re-i>-'v.o".'. .!-^ .%:' .tr. t',r'' i,. ,.. >,-.. 4,. ,.. ,.., ,I .J .* i, ; ii,, i; I j,t [ Ih..d 1. b... M\aiay anecdotes arc t61d of the shifts to which .500 'men, Chosen troops, as well as offcers, to
c i --- r, ii r t- i *l.. t ii r. ,. ." .'*' ., ,' ., ,,. \ .. ,,, h r ii lo s t s'o m c p o u n d s th e b ri e fl e ~s s b a r ri s t vr w ai s p u t, in q ue s t o f b u si- b e t a k e n f 'o m t h e R o y a lis ts T ih e tr a n s p o r ts
< ,,i5 d-t 'U ,o ,lh. p (r;" -1. tir .. ... ;" U- l' .tt^ .> ,. x' t .>': -. ,'<-'. Jil-' r "i *" .... i m .....I l. ,i '",r b i t n ess o n 'th~e n o r th e rm c irc u it. T h e o rd in a ry "w hi ch a re to ta k e th ese tro o p s to th e Isla n d o f
h, r a ..... .. ... .. ...t .. .. ,, :, ;> .Ot. t. ,,10,,..l ,,.,., L,,n,1u-,,1 find period we aI lude to, ofhCurta o description as to Cuba are readytl sitrapl, a dscobrted ythe. ve-
I :i i r it + "l l 1 '. -' I '' *'--i t . l j ,' t" 1 ,1 b a r g a i n T h i s l e a v e n o O p t i o t o a .. n r ,1- 1 1- o b l i g e d t o eo ii r e i g n m a B .o f w a r ': ..
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-,.o f ,tu)of r ;.r'., ,:I' 1' .. .. A. ,f t I Ihe t. I .
ue an ,.no n ini ll-.-I ,, ,,17',.'j ,.' ',- 1 ,'Q.,, o vi \,,.,osdtl. ...,, b,.ena .,p. ou,..n. d s. expcn ee M ar Scott didap tt disdain, whes he t ake fr om ardhe been arged .tr an
tclo dI~,-I uteld d-s ai: orwthoutofenrc oiti Te odinary wiiithe tretoiae,, rop o ieIsado
-to l, > it cl, ,,i!.l.iti,,-n L.,," I, ....1 :,,, 'e.,,vey tl' ,,, a,'l 1" i.. .... 1-i ,,,: .nc the -no the o .t o n e, a rn w n
lT .,w.T tor no) J ,IP l,,,..'e l.. f,,, t,.,,r,'l ,|>. t ,., ..1,, w lthii ', ki dys of the end ef bar, tw. lru., dt.. to.:.fe ;itrian,.,-,,i, l.,,...,.,,.,i;..n secret mission, bythe King, to theArmyof Ob-
rn,:l l.n, it' it Iti.l l h l' l I" >i '"i' llnt, .1- .];,. m \ .-,rl, ,nJ L..-.tI the Jud .e. ,...re which w.:rda ,1 l.lp.:,ri I.:,I.,L_ L., i ged.... ..,i.. ... .. to 'co e servation. ,: -
tcr.r ,;,n e, e~i ',^, 1. r ,.1nh!n.,'-.t llh.,lL'hh lit..'vorr!,i. hurr-.i.'i^ ..n thic t,,i-u.n .:, : l'.:,.r at tt:.,t ',1.1;, ii,,+ invented.. ilh: li'ud ,=d .' il. ... ... Hi, ii,: i:.;imii e Madrid, July- IG --Tits j'.,i'.,..r: of th.- LI-:
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o l' l |'n i t r 1.h-I n iL ';) o n 'i ( Ih : 'itt .,r; ,l h '.r '.- .r j i hilr~r\ J -.S~~ ~ .> I. IT : I t hi ll r ,:,. _..tio n o f th e c o mn fa h o, t' r : .i ..1. l.j i i l p 'iL i .'in -i il i.'], o u b le s o in a~ otal o mnia i r,..1 .. :,..l -t 0 a ,.:r,
Ur a pn ( n .Illd kn t ile -tnl.-.nnri.: ti i'. r.l h n].: ,.. ,i kit V ,.rk ,1 .: t.v r., -..'.ins su(Bcienit, and n.' -: Mi.'" _-t d .id. ; ,:, ,hn-., 11 handful of" men, have wi'hdrawu into the moun-
hii ,..i rr a ,',w ~ m l'ji i l i e .J r .' L,' i.-' J' lh i" w h''h a e h e t h e J u d g e in th e N is i hr iu s C o u r t in t hia t c ity u s na ll ,y r ... ,* d i ln -. .. ; i.:. ,; J . ^. ." i t a s S ix o f th e m h a ve s t o p p -.:d n e ar" G ir o n a ,
,,ldh~no 'l':,iLl:-ln'aai "-i I'co; and eoldld never get over tl necessity or leaving a wcnc was an addtonal sum to provide aems of 'i"i;e -ol r "11.*.b.arged.. wthe
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ti.altibut. u of Ir,, lii.j.. id ,'. L, t.nechoed 1 --..,,,:( .it I b-.:i lled, in the4hap. of so71 e ai d otuer secure ty, agai nst marauders. .. ,= i ,,.. ,1,=- i ." to re-establish
life ril 1 ',d f ,.,il..- .i ,'I tm..-. ,.hli ,e-r- i..u[ .:,r'i ,*..1.1 ..: to hI ls successor atthe en- t' is said, by .the-writer, that M r P tt h d a ,.'-, ", r' .. ...
Itr e a *pt, itf nt, ler i n 1-,. 111:r 11... 1 t I... 7d l,.ve long suihg Assizes. This w. -s a subject of'reproach low opinion-, of te Ex-Clano)ior .l ran--seeh. .,o. .... ,i, have ,i ., ea .:int ed an
been otilhierii Ited. lo tile administration ofethe-law, and Judges ith lhg in your protege," .4.l Mr Pl-tt to Lord pi.i. ., a'the be-rn-' of tnis nonth a
[h ro .e l'r.,,,, llice ranksi ,-,t" ti.e |.,eopl.e. Htwas were very anxious to doit away. The mom ent Thlurlowf i Nor ca u any bo~dy else," was the Sp~anish cbasse-maree .off Cape Or ,. + 'j,;.1 G a]-
hw, ,lut --i r t l e iiripi-. ,,'ci .-,idL'i.,.l.:,r, of every was. a critical one, there eos, whi n a case was reply; until a bit on law is thrust r under" hIs lia 1 1 I .
In.,[ tio bl.lId ,lrhii up v, lia t. L\,-in struck called on, i whihMr. S ott held. a junior brief nose: ho is slow .butsure." "a l,._i".'., ,...... he Ga relle gives fthe partIculars'of a great
l,,reor tarll. ] l.n rld ei f- lI.'pro, t., ,rln-,- r i,' In- "h l u l r,.,1 uiurl., :'.'...io ;h ,,: ,i .ce r, i,.i tii sairy d|.-.i:.,i, ; the writer t'a-r. I it. t I...id nu rber, of t eryI violent storms, accompanied
d',itteturn~ut's-in .:ct h. 1.^ .),in tr/,lh.:. ,.,.-e,.. th,, ,in -..,: ,.-h. i,d.- ,andre r.i.b.., -,nd th,- evas';^ h:.i],,i._*,,-,'iheeyesoflthe Minlister;"and with i^ i wife) n th cors of las month,
t h\ t .. n si l t u ti o n 'i l p ,'i n ,- i @ e r h' h [l ,,:t-i p i '- ^ : in s- .I .I l :I,?..' l' i. :.il .J .:.>i i i, c \ p i :,. l t i r ; t ,: h c-, j r s:. n on e,:- l it t le s c r u p l e hi a d t h e l a t t e r in l ... -r tl ,i ; .v i s i t e d s e v e r a l p r )- of N -i v ar r e- \ r a go n a n d
tr-iace wmiin his rc., h. L,.t hnl d,, rnJ, d:ad .,p,,. dle pl,.,.i.JF r, M r. ,:o .:. r..._:,h- ,, lowd .. opin llidl M r. Pe il, .:.n one or....:. ..h.:n Catalonia, a:: d *..:.i.. .-. ,,n i.,., places, the
ltiateP'ry i anif'i hL-.im ,ill d.: .rr: lo B,.., tlh,. t >.- sl .ii tt, l ...t ir. llii l.-, n ,-r .'.uii.q 1, itP... t.mi,"; h,' S.,hl .n.'..r.l...:r.:id hid1 id wasted ,-..,i.'.-_.:,f hopesof our. abundaot, harvest:. )
r-ililpk I.I" hil- el-v~tin dr^. ,n~lu r rt..:'di.int. tile a .,11 ,r ,_,- ...ne'ral l..,r LO u,.uni m *,.: c:-ns,..,.r,-,l I""),.:.,,t -. '.-i;l i .;. rp .. r. i-p ;,r',, T hp, Pr ,' izr.:J "t r*,,: rI_',..*
it ,r ,1 roea'. r d.ebt ]h.:hl. ll r.',ni I', er .-.,,',' ll tlv.. i,v,,n ,,,, n, th,,. ,-roti a n i',, Lsrti,1-, ar ,ji v..r,,m r,:T,r i. r, ,-11 ,:. n.",i m --,:.:. ,,.*.. i' "PTtiGAL --Thie irh.... : .... ".. .1.l-' ... .1""'.1,
tot,-! p1^.:.oiii ad,'ecnt-ni..r-l].e l:.rir '..t Ed..n t,:, .,,,.jat.l '. ,,oir.. ,: ".-. a,n.J ,,,:.nhlj i.. a~bl., *.p, dth, at't,:r ith.: learr, ntJg'-rilI.'ii .. .hjl ..H. Ht,i..- j,,., is restored to health, andes te deum .was sung at
Jbehn S,,li --andr we,: h.. h.to I,< .ry p- tj h-a., t. a Ie h-pin s ,aoJ lf.. (_ti, e .,-l.j p.:,r p..id J e dg brnao.h ig etiquette, by p.Joi..h 5 .-- Ministtet con- Lisbon on the occasiuonr. 'The s.rT.,,n th, a, e-
,nll) p.,rieoi'l.:...li ;Ofn. E '-. th.ecauverfous a.ofew hours. o i Call the next.-'Mr. ;tTo." "Nr he labours of des immediate p ede- ji, the Cous'titutional General is dea-. The
| ,i tl ,-. l a t :.r p tl v.. t' ,- \' Tr l 74 9 M r S c o tt M\ r .li ,. ll," l_ i n; .: ei H ,.; .T u j :.:.t in j t, on e ... hu r h,. ': .:s s o r o u g h t to .: "ill l..r n o tlh i n L" 1t is h a rd ly *
i t I :"tl e "i s" w eailse r a s e r w r m n L i b n o 1 t h J l



I],c %, .or. -.1-1 11,n Er. L',l0-l;.u ,'.-.,) .. rN.- c,: a l-- o i.n- w h 11 h, ,.hr.t.c... tt,n|...r ,l n.,i a j lun io ,brief. no s .e:.li tocone i e two men so ,.h r.-. I, n m i nd ....t o .
L e.,,..n.T hr. 'i ,-: t r i',(- l.it i. *..i.rlt:,nul, kll.: j-," t,,,l ,l">, *" ,rri..; ,.ui r.,. [..r;-..ni ,: ,,." .d *, 'I. ii...i s M r. Pitt and Lord E lon. the thetnm enter reached as high as 97, and the
JA Ieur o s vl.c[I 1.L.I -ILI.Jnu be o vr, violent stom ,aco pne




w u\ i n t .l i ,; t ,i i i ,. 1 o |' :i d L nri .ti i i; tii i r.c 'u 3. n nl ;i l S di u n t .: l l .J h ,. L i, *i. + l I ]. L '. i l h [ ',t o- r M i -- ) t u J ; h > u i i-. -.. i .:. :. ,i t m np t f o r t h e q u a l i fi v e p r e c e d i n g d a y s i t h a d r a n g e d fr o m 8 8 a 9 5 .
of the E.Lrl f5 ln.:,re ;!,e ,,, t, llr,r.' ll. ..'d .l '.:, J i.;" llhe ,,r li.: l, ,.:,.l d )., ,! es forlwhi~ii L ..,,i Ei.e.,, s t .] ,,,,, ,,hl. .d The-Co he deLu maires is-o appointed Governor
coni.Jii'.r .d firi,:r, i r. t ,,. i h. .; ina i d .- l:ir ,n, ,. in ,' Ij n] ..lt; li:r ;.'- h,. l" l s the 'atppea.a ce of t,, : l..s.rdl -Ihi, ,' i t ill anr d
rn-.lMn.)': I'i~id~ l'r.h] ht I.]*:, .ir,o. :, .., Icrriuiil, lIe a.5. .ad', .,1 :tl..r,,'h- t'a,1: i'., ,\ .\|h; F7. rr,,,r, ,Jmnner, reminds m e"6f i.: c., ,r,, -.l .i.:.'c..r,,,, ..Generalpgf the province ofMmho~and. theMar-
c.iT ime,,,it'd il -,, lr.,ch.: oft i : ,.,.11111.ail i Op,, l 1 1. iTn,' hl.,l- l ., Sl, i- on1' r In '..,-r, h.J: r, J "' i nh.- 'ji.- ;' .T,,:_. 5 r... .. :., ,onr, r.. "l_. I '" "' q-sis CoaValeoni a of Trasos -M o ,ntes. The peo-

t n i l ,,-* ,n hi l j .7 r d \ '. i l h ,r ;. ,) tl h wi.. e u u t1 ,n ln ,1 i ', ; -n t ,, ,. ,,:. )t.L.)t r drr j ,i h i n r : m.i n i u l p le a r e d i s s a t i s fi e d a n d t h e 's o l d i e r s d e s e r 't d a i l y
L r-,r S',?It y ai.J lI'i heart ,i..11 :t d l' flln -,1,n1 S lu r. ,.ar/r .,.n t.i i .r, ,:.l ,,,u;...-, ,,' ,Ilsplute .aro 1re.- f,- :-1. 1,".'--.- ....... .. i m te1 Lf ] '
ft -.,. .. ...-r";ino Spes o u .ain. da h r~e t





wr-pe r to thl ,ie-n I "'".mio..... -. N, wea _t .',::,d: ,...:.r. ,,,.. pr ur,,v .toblo\vsv';and, to the -I-i -ri .-:..,E ST ATEES-,U ,g .-.n r.l.,a, r r .(.
wlt lhh.y .p..,ll, L,. -u.vl,]i, --r: ]l. hilr:.i.d,: e,',, I,-I. ll,, i.'ll Yorkshire .gallntry, Mrs.Fer- -- -The+ -thermometer stood for.five successive
a tt. n ^ .l:,t ri t .j iln ,,r v .: r: ,, ,, H j p:,.. ly th ( m .,:,r i. ,; l'. r.: .i fro m h e r ,:lij ir, *i,,.j o i~ ip ,: ln ,:;d N r \ \- [- l 1:'l l a y s .a t frd m 8 a -to 9 7 in tl fe sh a a c .S o d e stru c -
to ..',,t... ,v cI ., t.i l.r...lI h, I-. : .t.i ...n .-.,,. m ..Id.u,.- li,:r lengtt on ".Ih,: t1..:,r i.r 1,i.:. .,.:|rtI- i l T, .. a r c.i .-' ,- ,,r,,a I. .' '; 'I Il t0 i e -as i risprt o veda to th, vina e :s not m ore than
J -,h:r. d0,1 t ,,:arid at- .],,.,'.l M .l' ": ,i ,r:n p r, ,icnr. .. li eat p oint nl th c aue"'Iasto b .'- 'L.4 J" i. h,- ).',lI.hi. Minis' 'e (onL fourn h o part ofthl expet `Thed rin : will be

L,.:rd Ellot -'r ,hr lee ,np,,,,n.:.. o these evidence, that which sh prouclned herself inclu- -the lacot s hi s i diate al
t;-,unildoni.r a ofd r, h.rt'ul' fir1 7 rut h against tJr. ded, led pretty directly, t'o hir,.:.,,,l i lt...Ir,, th. c.ti rived last v.h, ,iI from :Liierpool, whencd s ihe ea lowrate 25 per cent.
Br.,, ld h n, ,i *,. .;,:,, ri-d f,..r t,\ ih,. ,l ,tirocono'i Miss Sanste was tthe >....ai :-:i ,, midi siled o,-, 1e y w'aI in;. Aug. we. have received J'oG EY
.iiT ..n ul-1 i .lit:i,,r l'ik. t. ,- i l.... -, I.in. l : ,-n -, ".-1..a, regular ]ea so LondMo papers to the 31st of rJuy t t -rf e x ..n t Vienna of the 24th 'of a uly con-
u ie-n til, In Ict irtr,.r it,:, [hehll n liiLt. hl o,,-urld L' i t t. : ait]--tI l yu- ng lady, 1-11u111 r-. ; .. Il.i,r. i-inivrenna o" "e <;i ioi the c
ae.+. ; was .now about to sum up, .when the adverse and Liverpool to thei2d of Aug.nclusve,,as a'so tain the important Infomaton that the Pacha of
of e t :ile l-v,-re l.,i,:.k,:,l npun ss eleI.Ir-boys; Counsel took an..objection to the firm o" lhI 'tt,: Lditi,._-h. Review for Jhne, and the'New Egypf had determined notXto act in concert ith
,llnn i.ai h n.J....,.:i,, : ,l...hinwasamore .declaration. The chief count alleged, as it ap- -|. tihlr-.,' LaBelle Asse ble'C r.. u.,r .\^ i-v.i ."" .........W......e m a row ;he refored o ver ito
i:,,'.:lh'rae ir. h.: ,' r,,,,rL,,,ied h ,l : peared. that the. assault was committed" ", he .. ll '. .. -." ...... ... .... ..... .
r iire li~nverrvi>-.l,,in L.v li.= )rruil ..hI,;i._.-..nr handl of the defendant. a:nd thfis expressions, r~an "*=. are* ,,I',: 'Jn"-'t, lu Capt. t',...:k, r 1 .; ll,.: to.:, W, ~ certainty that the statement of yester-
c r dt i i i~ i l, C -'- '" h i'r' Ii ; t .rc-. o f ",: 'f il







w. h.T \ ,h,_,, .jj'e'puhl,,: lrI,',u at O\- through the remaining cou nts. ,.Now. the testi- latest numbers of-the.,....,.., Co zurer, New .day :,:o;_ -t his neutrality is correct. The
:',.i..l. I':.:Tr Inh-h lI..:' hr t,:. iarif many a jcst at' mony of every one of the witnesses went to. Times, and Liverpool 0 comercial papers, .from Austrian Funds were h 'igoer and the latest peo-
t,-^?f", r.Thnn how, that: if an}y vilolnce was infflicted by. Miss which wo make tle followmlg sunAhary and ex-. station of.tle l.H ...I. ... was 19 '
...,,11 le .-rediaifed., l h nthre sop!i. ,n -, eanstem ate aUt wasobym fngmottdcararfs nthe t t ," "l
, !. "* i ,- ,,. 1'); l e H ,:i ,,i ,i.:.: r, f ,.r mn .., and ]' ,-e of M rs..F erm or. H ere w as a. fatal varian ce ruec s : ** : -, T io ac coun ts from C onstan tin ople cam e dow n
' *** llh dL tO )ItI. h ,jr .jlit i .h,: ._' r:.|" !r,, n~v ..'i, r-ind i". .1,1-1 .ii~ ury, a ld all tie 'busy am ici ew itE, E NGI2.AND.- cO n S at m 'day ,'(says'one of 'the la- t 0'th conm mo ucem ent of July last. 'T hey en-
., '.t,.. VI. l;r1, \a1.1 1 I, l ",.-.'..t1,:,nh. p;In ;l. .,.r ;,:,...h :lll. Mr. Scott, at length, rose with ,test Liverpool papers) an unusually Iargeimport firm fornS erstatements of te extraordinary eft
gr,r, ,, :t-r.; h.' l" Ihc .raf, .tor, h I,. a:d,,td-mg.,ili.,'d t.. t"t. lh,.,..st' ,possible humour-, whls, t ever a .i~ te .esl tort mane ny me? a, s ^ o ..speeuy r~a'se a
b. o ,r ,t Io thv ,-,` t' nini hI. leM s ,ve-tt, V c d ?v I.rr"1









Fn .C''t 1-bl .ows,:TliM7-,'eleam .,Te"d mh" ee,:t n b p f r B d r t h n
,:ic r- :.. l .,,:nri.:dti.u & ir.ii.r,, il. bli.tfnL.,:nriil .I, ds o in ..; V ery tre. y L ord; athe; thermpropo sal n fa ro fit e Gr e e
a Ir,,wi f 1ib )l".- r l'ul r.-rl i.: l ali p 1.:.ru Cithrin. h~r 1 1d..r fom her i' i jir, com it id h is breac coEs of ItheZ days, a k o igt fom 88ato dangi thesat e Solton expst ed








In .l m,,ia; piii. u-l ut I:I, ie..a rd. ,,1" theat ^',\, s : r I 11. 1 1.- L I,- h- t r E t t v n m r than
Ery.. i le'' r irL-Htil,,]. "1 apelhre do or-t d 1n lie get eme int bo he n ea wat rto Bln I
od, ;" .ohrrV]Ifn '...h om-.tm usee of pero ofr the Prianamy w be
siay. -LoJo of tlie c-tle, a Liaoirs cand all that Slat an Buew o e had to
.:.r .h'By-,t.enpacket.,.hip ,:ac s-n,, ,4- q T.C.oblith,, hte
driEld.I, .l~ri.,i, to.'.J |gT .ive -iii t.o. these _iL- nv Lde tassut whcthe plaintied with her inhin f ,.-,,. rntlrt M. Ahnn had"i' risen1^1 Rsian arfedys, froms









ar.l." idIia1 r ""I ,,,gd tit ',.. ..ilir. d.i lll, ." A bu ro a la s s e an was ed Wit f rom :Liverp ool ,h at be" site adwar t,,t we nRTu
b.-.n1..aNi-r i i t F>,.. r mt ii h. T!, I pa r; r, :ii, .i Missing ianstern th W as the Jud e a pea ed to sie Ih I aye t `. o" f am coswe. ra ble seeve 'um y G n rlC uc ssil nteiln fE








v I" h-h .b t oen to-y ,n.,,bam -Jrs-ojc a, in j to Mr. ctl was a.e gossone, bR,- A ttaInd .

ree th,." Dootor."--H papaus ca*u't 3 draw af bilot And pw sil' on-
ere t ci e:. rnri i_.r.i.-. o.:,-nh] d ,r.:.-,, iy. was'in favo .r In the yon g t ame evening e p
e:.r,-iqurn,:e: .:." tl-,].tlu.d a.v,-r :im 1i :ny but w,;w .. .. now,' aibout ,.:l=ato solicitor, and numerous talv are to befotrmd into ndofAug ependent GoV- Coehrane. _,is'upiedm at;Hydra. ir, ., .: ,.
tf ld ] .rt J I trlum h the oun c un trhat tohG Pt [ to,











prc.Ki~~~~~~l.T~~~, :>i.|-lui l~l.,ln *>. n w '..:.i -. "*Idr:,, .-. ilC tru Ph t' You g co ernment, under theoproection fr .. .l.i.' "..*;'I r" i "" *i" t" i = it wil "::, .,
'r .tI v e ..1:d p on a l ve o s; C u sl o k an o j ci on to th.f ri l tle ti'"R r-. f r i a, ard he N w gy t ,addt er min~ sed notto a tin l!concert i th











E.-, nltl? 10 G ,3. -,ll as ne:v,-r tv..n i..:. iiave been sel w\as deeply remembered.. t -riua rn Tn i T ',.i i-. '" ""i l*' '. : -es ~ n u lty f f e
lio l lw Iwasuurn onno is professional visits to sh" p e pts co"ndg ee ese5s
,']ll,.L'n ,. -.O,.c.,,.J,,,:a,..,'l~v r, ..,, dr Newc stle, i {e c ou nte o ... .'s .- hastranspred but" s',...,,,lu.l,:d h,... > e,,ll T,... received ..o Imdersya on h e ._f., .5 I,. o c he nwII
.itlii U w r.I l t.,1, l ewa uef t b d ef c urend nt; ond tisu e % lircu ikii,, r~aI ir. 1. a t'C --:lt 1- m -,L-acra. v'inty t'a t t esttme tofy"
1% 21eP- b. irw t. a lr~,, il eiaii o nt. ow'het hk- a es',BAuethe Ares 'R ,,ile. atp) r, ew ayer:c .. ti h ...neutrality is -co trret. oT e










T 11.;tt.,'s ,) ]0r t. il i, .iuir,' a j n,.ere a haeluri- Scolttfirst saw Elizabeth Suttees, and submitte sa nd ,e .ei pos Ayres,'R.i.iLI,.:.. t. "ils *" '. :er hig er and .le quo
n t,.:,n Ih O. a|- -=, l -,n t ,'l,e l ,nl c airrist to}fer charms Sile wa s then a. very Melegant Ane i.r. la f l..: ,I L nJ,: ia,, ",l l n '?. e, ',1f, t' ie'w-.11,twa't191 ;
,,rih'ir,..,,' lt. #. law > i. P[r.-T"in ln. 'I .5an a,'. all, -",, ,was a fing pts cardin't -' an unusually s ot.pa a efi'om R ttcrd' It expense." .
,,.1ild tollar.lhm ,- A; C. c... ft S .... and slnsible ou th purposeof informino the Accounts fromn Corfu, of the.u6th June, say,
ina1 ,:.rI .n a lithl I- n i e% 'pi J.:.]hn a.:...1.1 ,lk ii.rn. aS,,atI ...r. remarkable w tfor a domes etc turn of l ,' i|,.t the slpensfo'mpr snts o f the extr rdinar y e
,h,:e ," p.h ri,,.' ilh,: tbr,n f I,:..-,l ,nrru- i nid l-, for any di's)osition to. cultivate rt fo.. r,..d.by interest in London of a ds esiderablo "a. '" t r,.u .an, .to e supened er of
rim-d ,I-nd h'.prt h.:. on.; li,,, -,,rr-.t.ingtik b-,-d afa. r-c h. -rt-st, p sibl u ort "ofCoton took. 'n ar.y eig "ee vtsels pow rfulpimy en g deter mine d to hea.r.- of --no










,.f i:n,.m,., .r,, ... ^ '-'"" rie i tfae value o: .:., ; p ,,, dr tand ar rvesdatThebsil theGreeks-",,an
l^_dot"-.~l, y ,.,;,_-" i,,r,.) i,,,;. i-h p. ra.J ,tn le 1 i,, i ,.In... ?. : ,1 '. ',-. -... : thatcorresponding ..,r, l,,i !.", 1::,:,-- J montu. Heowas expected at M i,..-.i.-..!, 1F
*p 1.. E.r ,,i uc {er^ o atidi ce, t-ntrcuIarly the'tMoneymwas so abundanratitit couldbSe els roolsdreisaw..tcagoevef harertylaraeuaat
pr.,l..,.~i a i .,,hMr .,.!.. .,s,-,1,;1 ln .a ,-_tK. part wmc.'h'nnds accommoadtihton mn obtamned at only 2, per cent. Qnt+goo, ,1a l,JI- l ,. l ;hh 'w ne bew e --e ""c.a
> r .,tll. n,-ic rhoodo i th aibenc c ousists of ladies u everse hin" r ,, da i cheerful aspect. 1, I ti s"thp"'.... Ao meat an- o-
and. r l, r tha L r. d.- n. [,, r,, J n dr o.nf hi ; t the way%% n y a past '_ o t s ha- ': f: '-" t s oh' f ara s ati.) IreOiIn I I I.o. oe sameli-
loo r .:-,rtJ ,. ]t I'L... % prdon,) ...n c..r.t.in that the B ,.r.l o o enm En t io za, an ,.n ot.er towns a .. t.e
h. p dl t... i,: ar )oll "r I ; :. m ncoun .outin Lords. .. ... d. .'. b .- oens, aIrean to a hvde ntparto Ib rai s
hu C-iti~ %%ilan, mor. .:czth s erl i curof d pay-tat, in tecomourt pM rlancetthesind AmsftiePre]aim tha n s forPac bt'wo''heen u erir+ffi ersi" t h.... russi"n. "y'h"'e
sayl ow John,',,nwith ave fe ngaging. h]i m to ofthdpp, ca-rd -table,.a"hand ean ca. ... St ita tt a dB e o'A rs; 'and, ,it sase -p o nes tlege ec overll !-cro-or.lnea.v /'e to o an










'- ,1 '. llli. l..,Il ,,] le- .1 rLord assau lt the ainprtif f f the ao e Stae ser thevs om )otrt s in the ras sianrlla, a liVOSe1
aook.r. l,:, ,t. 1-. Le1-.. p,.-r p.,d4, rc21r,11., A ; G ou ofs plusee SUC^ t eL18e Leart a Ivas w it o the poin thisacathoity, that be on tho arc "wit"'Rusia"' "
tlIn ^;,^-nt ,"v. .vron ."lsprng sti ueap ea tosidthe pamuenl Marc aonider Enlanin za Gneranyothurchi tlnes land ofEgnth
toell.h itici,-,. i." a d -i,.,h, t- I- '.r.e n.C:o L, I ,mn .,.t ti e validity of bt ee xpaut is .ti -n ;fo 'th u enod es to : i .b et' d 'etrM ore ale s w i dtin or hefi st bmov rrit .. .. .. hi












Ib h- :1.,, .- l,- ,ern,.. Tl. ..un' .l ..'"_ *" : ._ .n on.- ..il ,: rr "r^ ,r ase utnLaw. a. er *... a .a : ,,; .re,. h the G lfrolor u .
hew." Tt,,d ti, atc,- : ,{aim .to t,.lto llie L r s-.l ,, ,-L- profnounrd.v p,"Jii ,:. r..w avy-oet h i,,kss ,laees. Pn,-.t-, .l e, D bi .o tatte I dand Las then-os.pr oper ...
Eve Mir a p.'.l-iJ ca" n'td .. .. 'ill."An 'a" ""x of d.....ympat i' con.. dently spokn ". pacthe carom w atlon by otecitader of tlen te,
here il -w, -,ld .. p:. r .,, n *t tlen I' libation s r, e samereveni-n, l o thwab sie r artio n of a sle dte- ., a I |O, r ion.a. o f il cou, ntry of sa l o ., stll in f.Lord
hnl, zr ln],i':. r 'ilip'th,,, r l e~n ol) linm .in c-.I.Q, k o .wn. ui. f l, ; g -"-" "otrium hreteeyounnoovernment o unrrteln proiectelo l ade G Aon oitle i s n
,nr tr ,1 a ln.._ m h,.f th, rr,;.:I ,,.,rt .,u o hive been' s was deep le em br omere dL oHrdp 'leil and op eraio theS rs k ier ,B ed seh ve sseal s.
t l,r.o pp"d p Andb, )'.utl.=.l. t all thplm ewwahtr, Ti..lriecour..s gori iJ,r hat 3 r..l P o s w l ra hir. vn Pmhao ssey took all there frewts
o f :t e thr u e l h o ttn i e sawrl L- E lllth ..e y- l.-.n, a te 'is 'ere t S t for g m
ansb .Ildb Iaue achI hss s aofhis ros tow trds ( o~r..f.t-1 h er







n 'tr..ln 1,t' i r al a -n. -lis llie- .,n atre oi., e- to',. eorr.p- : Shen e; b t t heni.lr v l ver.yo treleg to y' .pIres arri oe r T ,1 i 'teasues belong dat o thei r
E. e irr ht i at ; ii: in w I- it :p r laml in Iwio isrsair.,toubeesoi:a, 61 fine peson,,:rfintrucian unusally shortmasshge fromRe r pe S







i-ir .-.h int', io,, i-,... t T,.:r.d ]r,: ith, ;*ol y ofh l '...-rn le ,li ,l ii *, "- "L rr ..r.-. 11. >,ui .. .. h i s f t o l o a c u a~ ou r ss a c ,i
fr 1 hi b feit rh'., r,,nv.' tThe I .lun.vo t ... rtoltt.,,,, t.. g- i.S... w. s ildn l .e Lu r. e et o t -" L. aga" on wic t. h apt in o. o eu o o? thesth statothwa
fi ll :c '7 .-A', "F co pil .'.I ,1' ':' '-i:"i", fn,. o Doni forawr is anyodnfidonntihnrso.ceo rerthe if' -h e d Pac *aloteresinyLodonior fctnsidrorte,

h....ll "ll ,ia. u h; l"i., u iu l en -r 1-irr or -d. ,n hn 1 s r M i se .. t r ...,,,1 -1, :. : '.,:,I-w,;i l eo ,ldt s tovern-

tnas,,'ha a.orn o 1..- ,n: bhz %ateh ,-,tt-- hae n r--" L *,Ta t arrivednatT heaeV te graceful ..lo Dud a byothe, on his way to and 1 ,'mit' an, plunee.. seperhalen;
a Ip,: r illp rip..._.'et rd. c-;p-r." ?nda ll tpP ,n o t.eme t old thata. raeec n dre byle prtoer al o r om
inr i,- ,. % llm b [I t. s h1.1 t 1 ha.,t Ah.. pnab w hi ch'finds'accomoda..tio. :in ohb-._.na, ], Il-,- Wa trd th e val e, o nt l: ,-i, rtis plaeetr oi ttw s ohravre r l -n.. ....ner.... .. l -
to ll. "un to thl is l, Mr. i n. t t ha.:n in ,.b.-rIle Iiadh h .k-id lr. e r. a n "drI ,-,|-|% ,,4 ,. e i, return atta in e s v r n.-.-,-- ,r "d ih -so.,ado, ,,- I a. nd c on I o the g ve sse s m ast Cotressint
lhr-"e 5in' v l" i p.-,tI--ll ,wi.tri 1 m i ,nlj o'. i dlm'i-r p,', p n C u Mr Sct o. J t b esiege M'u'"-'oo the citad elo the ,a ad ,rtnhe d is-.
pc,. .% il a ndIi .oe.t : "V tt+lit"e- "do. ".h wayof.bsines. yeas pat, ad -ul- o"thisceane isatfybuon, trito oaPcoura aseous; resista, nd cestmz
too INv. 1 be r you maynt rur p !! I re, Sr, ." sa :'eV ,011 thrad' rei.lsuscptibl hart n angadding t- Bonte aparvgvn.110,n.tecice.fbatie-, .I sot ouythefo.-Londof naglandin o wic te an t ainyotheritofwtnseandvilessitelwa
..)IIl, 'ti,: I ,. ,, ,,KNn o irerand toa.re..snaid lto (have sub h mittedto dornh at


Ihl.! w ild.',?- we[e, lre. :. i r J .lion. In IN..-. 'e ,,%,n -. H ull it e ,,.A31zes1were lheld' M II :Il, ,| hi: R ,, hIs bear, visiting tr i .'. i ''J+ -', .i :I,',= M and
I h"lr,r. [,p ra l, -i;.nr,;r.: a nd t h( r.. d N ... .. I . --" = I ..a li r tla ,vovo ..aid ` drove' tll H !,,-ha li .,. : -A :, on, ,, ,| :
field -i ctluiv lyd--voledl I_.. -j*ultv bileir~ic |ipind, .ll1 -r f.ii ii -d., Ih A \i\ n1.any*, Ol' I,.: mi'iril Theatres in, the m land Vast t.- i.:l i.. n P,; -.: kr o ,r. N.:ja, :i.JEi.j;, 1
ha pp ned, I% S .r. .. 6,:, ?', ,. ,h .-I. r- ,. ..,
durin- the tim ,e lha 'tl: w. ai a 3 ,a ,r,.c ,[. C ,:,ntrar) z, .5, tha. t 'IIf ,'_, n 3 C :. K te011 t H lI I r p.uC y 1)---.s, "tor t e purpose of Ei d- f-'ijii 1v '"_g- under w after, and'.J ,, -dim -,a e amouo nts' to e6 e-
tE tho mo,], rn ,u) t.n, tihe barr.i ter. %hu Ire- |.;rce ',bl u'ot-, _..ich r,, .; i .; .ojus-E-' overs6me yo tliful theatric 'alspirantg. Thus ralmillions." :
quiiieJ lhe Lo l- c t n,:,Ill'I ,.ourt:tttindod the "\ theC,,Jrt in si in. tl. s < r.- on -' ",n- ir e' n r f s j i i r d The auroveai Sovereigns ",re ':,, :, i, by
o tn~rv.A\;-., M r.Sc.llwn, m _ml-,,r.,)r'thP nr,,l.ntw l^ onutler,,'u..1h r, n .:h1ir |,. 1 1- "1 + .' ll.y..- J, t,,:.i," ,,rti tohave promised theiP.-.Ia ther
Nr-rlliern .,rcul..-s dilshem a drau; ,lil.,rran in f,.ne,. W hei. broJ ht -up I'.r trial tl Lhe o r
iifltiy. Su e.':e-i ,..- ined h.,-i,,r-. f tor a Iong wret.-h ih d bueen in p ;,._ ,ntwo y arn. M i'.S o t Prw e a at pt.:-:.rit E' t C it(hehltnh in .-,n I i l l.. 'l v' u :.. : *t i-r ri,.-oe -rnad has fail-
lime. Hi-lm~iihne~ Lornfinrd dine, st ennlrolv 'a n eve.t ,t~r, eii.I-s ,. the er,.unionp : evis ;t T rry, at wh-,.:e Tl.e.r, C,, R. ,:rle l, i('h llh. ,:. ', I ,' C-A- C Fd.
ti e faib ie.;%R3- -i e motetrcyo heeon Th,-Y. ,.-oirnil dt--D J,[,i." h' .. t,=:,n aserie's of
1O th, i o etthn g lfup r d letn,,. .-.r | wor,, r, llr' which th e' w an, of a fr..qui nrl ,.:,i ,l rhver, in "Yo uri^ V a r.Y and W alla k.o are J -- ,, n *.-:, Ni h ,,, ,n *-... h i es of
c .o & wo.f t,.Ell.n, .i th, Crnxvi, (".',,rt-- dut\'. in t1eN orthI I a ,% r e I ,.E Dh*:,ut l, I ,f. lhi,.l tlh ....! roa tnnd al" a .- ,t ,a, ll" h ,. ,,r Ol',,r i. i, ch ',any
w l ui e lh l,, I. I l l. .n s u ,l 1,, in ,,' O w b e .; t a 'da ,- v l P it t a n d i.n c,.l v ,1 1, d ,,..,I, ,:.1-1' h : p ,-h ,, 'l U. .O w e n o f N e w '-a r o h, Ina d '*rr-v d a tT b .7 hc it ,f. n ,a 1,. s -,I I, .n n b e en be t "
eate who ie..u, h Iia l,-.a l,. lFor zvvural vIoars llh Clh no.,llurA.-,:,cruld r.-in ti hI-, t-6,l, %,,., A ,-ur M r
.-u-rn Wnag nt in~rlri~ke -in t ndvnyl r Il x r bn1- S-l,~ tiilb
r,^ rn wii- nnliin l nd.ns. h h m th~ ',n lu h]o wd.aqlei 1.t)be pro idi cdli tei .l, v. -hil,,rr,.'cd, Liverpool. Ho denies that his projictsl-hd failed ,sca nty :,r, ut s .',"il In 5'...:t l it Will be
Itfa wl.ag li~ickv..V h~im ihayl,intho Frjwj i-iiri^~~l'l~r.ao zr M;l,|i^I f c :btots And barley are abundant. Ili
,tr Countierat, ,,e, %Lr+l fuof b -r.9 hn-3o f A,, ...Lite letters from 'Bopbaiy .,a.ntou<" soverf"IedterstthbAatu4geq several*ieland the crops generally look well and plcnti-
.. 7., .. Mercantile ui rlet, aftCalcutta. ful. Poltatoea will be truly abundant,


.. COLOMBIA. ,, : ..'.:';. "
The 'reports from this rip, ubh," r,-_in ro much :,
from week to week, thatit seems almost iipps-
sible to arrive at the truth. A short timie since,.
when Bolivar was-atCir.,:.,.,., II.'- ;aiW biorIe, ait
Bogota drew'up an.ahle anJ manly enpojt,.:.r, '
which .amounted, *in fact, almost -to a protest
against the conduct off .ltheL;b(--tl.jr in theafri',.r
of'the Paczinsurrection. Th.,.,X not %%rit,', I..,,
Santander, the Vice President, meets,at least,
with his approbation. In an address',however,
of the Executive to Bolivar,. Santaxnder express-
es the greatest respect both for his authority, vir-
tues, and services, and compliments him in the
highest terms. As to the affai- of Paez, hb'w- ;
over, his mind seems to have undergone, no
cliange.
The Daily Advertiser of this morning far-
nisbes an analysis of the report of the minister
of the home department, airid of the message of
the ViWe President, made~at the opeieni'ng of Con-
grois this session. We'extract the most irilor-
taut items: -
The latter document commences by expressinfr
regrets that the tranquillity of Columbia .houl. d
have been disturbed I.;' ilii. r-.A rv 'In,--.Iri6-
ments of Paezjnst ., ? ,,i. When every-thing-
seemed to, indicate.the 'stability and .regularity
of tlie go vernment.' Exertions were at the mo-
ment making at Madrid, hb i, po..,erii.in ih".]
recognized "' A' ; 1 :."t tt Ar,,r
to persuade llh,: 1.1. ,-t ',I .- ,li to adopt a similar"
measure, when the occurrences of Valentia trans-
plired, and awakened in the .winds of the Kinlm
new hopes of:L-, h.ll ,ii id- j...,,;,Ver I h au-
,i.: .. :'j .-J 11 .'1 ;, i u;.> .'l =, .<[-.,-ildi d 0ll.
-,; .:-,,,i i ,....,. I ,:.I i ,.,. .rc-ux ..d bp Santander'
of the foreign relations,' is at.oncp -clear, forcible,
and encouraging.- The style is remarkably fine;:
indeed itis a mpodel f-.r i el.te d C.'uhl-nM. ptP,
has ,,.. -;; .-d 1 .... ,-h.a. | "l t r hai L
yet ,.l'u .,. .l ,:, d,:.. l-lie l.:[.'J l ,i ., :l' ( C ri.i i. l
\ iit .:: i o- i dt I!-. .1.1 :u i t 3n. : ...]. rn b n m ni ,-tl.r ;
R I a6.I i L .,n,: [,:..i .... I' l, l ei:aL, u;'-perpetnal un-
i .n Ir I,- ,.- 3nr .J ,:..nt .Jr, .t h,1i.. ,-, ',. ,jr.-
g. J, 1]ph, j,,1i Lh ," il,. !,iil.:n riiaJ- in G_:i.J,.rlto.-r]-
]la O~f ,:.,, a. t,,:l,: .;, I i ll ,h:.-ic, [ [ i,u r,. 1 :i ,1 "~.i
va~n : a.\ h t-,, J '.i r,-:; l'].:,tn p .-.l.. ,rw l -A. hW I
*"l.. I.,: t ;-",:, t l h) i l ,i ;1 : i m .ii. ,:-r',,: '.lf~i.:,r,lnij y',.
inorJ" -'
n or it ,Il|. l ., rr_,] I.,r j ).L.,s.
The treatywith GreatB,;ai:,n`r. ; r.,lit e in
London on the,7th October, I,*:.',,ill,:,ui" any
,- e.rt,. .n c l I- .. -[mr, Io.. .: t f li




,=p "r, **'*,-,n .:. ;l .. :. +.i .-, ,. ,- ul ;. c u i .
-I, IofI ;l : C U, l,,,',, II |,I .. n, r.,:, .n
placed o. l a- .equal In .f,;,.:.- I,.-,- 3 .:,:. Tn, 1. ,
ter s of the. treaty %.. 11, il .t -r b u tn 1h -- V'pice
u-7ed i: O A .t.i- .,h + ,A.



baoi'i.-igit.J .tI.e- Ur..-4i. :.r ',t* hi t.,tt nr,-,-,,n2'.,rn
cdoi any such instanced, but' lie declares that
toie fpls the liveli est interest in~the welfare of th e
%f11.L1, r a~-, 11 i.ur-J niti-)ns, ,rd that no
i.rin... ,n ;i .-, :,,b" O ,,:,Ip,- O t,:n_ J,, f tir,.to ake



Co i mo or ^ o ri~e.-i.! li 'nothi "Gf. fna.a'ra ,'on .*niith'-
ut1.. s a suc, r et o o,r r Ila l; |i- r .: or ,_;E of
.aey l est.-There..seela t t;oi b, no Mle p.:.
be rI io ngti e the tr ; ni: t uniy.rab-le .-j -. 0
i~~.- i i i i i i, and''..ut.[ 11 0 r|,; O e 'i o jil
Ir in *i n ;I.-: j. ,i I of m, .i!.fi r 5 rt 4 I' i t ir a Iil' hi
Commodore Porter;' another 'of' ,frads&' .on ,the
customs ; a succeedingonc.-i: or" lhb: cturir of
salvers. Or, -this latter point we hav'e known,
fer -alIong time, Lhriy 11,;, minot -unJjusitiable-.,
actions have behi, ii ide. In.J,.ed, thefe ,- a t-.'-tr
current at the'...:..ll, li-it the New-York in '.i"
ranes offices prElt I' a,,-,i iblu,...,nrm~nt Ot'iez:.;
and c i,_-. lo i- i 1 l,.i-,I li-[.,' ,,.) K 'e ; .,,"i l tlh
a.Jlj:t'.rn'. ,:.fe e.il' .,..; it bein br i h- e con-
sidered equivalent to'total loss-no.more in one
case than in, the other, -withth t s'is advantage, that
*in .the former, it prevents'the extortions al-
luded to. : ; .
Mr, Gould, editor of the Sl. Au.u- t.ne Heraii. ,
has published the following statements.'on this
subject, in addition to some which have pre-
viously bern made public:- '; .
1 have tlhe returnss' of two' cases'now before
me in '1.. i.I. tli,. whole propert-, was given tothe .*
salvors. In the. ll0,1 hev 1:C:3. M- Ah.i.na-
rick, a partner in the house of P. G. Green & Co.
-a.:i.-1 ai ,;.n ,: .F;.fi[l ,rt,-L j5 .:,r in'J In IhI ,:t z ond,
.\Mr "_, *.*.".+.i.,., .il_;.:, a [, rtn.i-r el'[r. Mimm],. ,:,theli ,
i. i ,...]ii h,).:... h1|- i .- l .- pr:lurn4 of thr,:i .tli:r
c ,i :,: ,t 1.1 b.. I ,: ,. an.,: 1%_ al i 4"4, 1 i 're.ln
&f.1 \,-, 91l I, .. r ut all 1'0!\,:.;e M r. \VlIne-ead,
partner in t&li b.:,v L h, u, l pr,-'ejd : and ti.,
honse,.as I ali ar ,il ,:.:d .' e 1-th paur,:lazi-; .
The wreck, n,.- I.1. '. .k: iru.:li li,:,n tihe ial.nt.-
book, says M r. ouih. It..:.13,...- it pr.:.v.:d a h,:en uo
for piacies-',,cirai d :.-, prr cio-l un tu Ih?. L un ':,t.
tunate. The arbitrationsystem therefore con-
tinued in ,Wc.:,:-L 'I'Ilithas'been threatened,,that
ir-uid.:;r. ir,,r- Ih...uld i.: '.A ith- :,-_'t?,| L.) reside in-
tir I.,nd., lhe ;lI r...d b,.: i I n~i .,d
t S,. I 7 Ui, i lfrai.? l.j-,L i ,|,; arbitration "
s \ z -i o i,..... ir..J r '.;..:.d, that it k ..., n as w ell
before as aferwards, what amount of salvage
would be ;lik.i.e.l; and I understand from acood -
authority, that Captain, Claxtonwas offered 80(K
per cent, on tI : ,.': ,'i-' J ,h..- Ja ,ni Mlitchel'ifllh.';,:
would have J.,. l. i_` .1dl ._.- ilr.? lh..-r.r '
M r. Goull .. il,.r l-',.hii h ,i[:.-sa ,,w does not
contain two h,,n,.J.-d ,rhr.h ibianr. "Ihey must :
then be, among tdi- m,.._i- ,,idu.itriju: people in
the countrJ,, if the t.v r.,-r.,t..,f, ,l l "imposition
and extorsions are ,. 1I"...udeJ.J. .
The late Gale.-Tlie papers from all parts con-
tinue to bring accounts of disasters produced by
'the late gale; At Petersburg, the crops have ,
been prostrated on the'high land, and inundated
oni the low ground. :At Charleston, the gale wE.
severe, but there was no damage sustained, ex-
cept the partial unroofing of a few stores on the
bay ; it is, howo'ver, feared' that the plarnte.
I/ave suffered much damage, in their crops. At
Rich~mond it was very severe ; the corn crop was
much injured, and it was feared that a large por-
ti'on of the tobacco crop was entirely destroyed.
The ships and river craft be'tweL ,, R i ii,,onjr, d'n
City Point sustained some injury'. Oh lhe s.:,;,lh
side of James River" the streams rose very high,
and many mill-dams and.'bridges were swept .
away. L At Elizabeth,City,.*N.. C. the sl.:,rmh vt'- -
very destructive, not ,:.hl' to the ecoru c~r.p andj
bridges, but to tihe shipping along the.coa/st ; five
vessels'are ashore jt 'i'r,:,:|].'-." Hole, and. one
drifted into the Sound--her fate ntot known.-
There were but six vessels iu Wallace's Chan-
nel, all of which arc said~to be on" shore. Th~e
William and Frederick, and another schooner,
are on shore at tim marshes; a large schooner"
from Boston is ashore north of Cape Hatterasi,
and thie Packet ship.Louisa M atilda, ..from New-
York for Savannah,. was driven ashore on Bod-
dy's Island, and lias gone to pieces. "Five small
coasting vessels are. also on shore between Cape
Hatteras and Cu'ri,,,,'k hni,.t. .
@ ,
Tie fifth number' of" t\\e lpjnsl, paper made
its appearance yesterday.. Its execution is very
good, and the K~edaclor Espanol will doubtless-' -


prove useful to that class' of i,: ,dorts t r %I h.n ,nt. ,
is intended.. If will lSO,*;, e ti,,,,lj, 1I,.%ilitaee '.C
study of the Spanish' iangu'age which has now ,'..
become so important to.our young men who foi- ;
low mercantile ltif. ' ''
The opportunities 'for acquiring Spanish are
n.., very great. Amonist other teacher, we
.. ,:,.,Id c'all the attention '.of our readers to an 'ad-
vertisement of Mft'Stagno in our columns. This.
gentlemen.propqo.s to fo jniA" Ovening class, an7


" LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE, July 31.
.,'e have hiad another large arrival of Indian Cohre
during the past week,n chifey from America, but anot
instead of olie f'Gfain, &c; fro any quarte.o. At our n
Corn Exchange this Morning, there'was a ie middling at-
tendance of tle tow and country trade, and itnlar int
clinakin to buy, owing to tl.e .Continued fine weather;
Tuesda.,.it* lew parc --l of ,ri u OatsaWhich wSere a-
I r n. i- interior at 3s S9d foirbet.-T' .iee was io,!
Or nothing done e hae arley or e ,all.-Beas and t ie i
steady, and few ol ,(ine quality o.Therc Fluunre alp
Oalumeal Pretty saleable. 'rie declinemi dry, Uuttitr in
the London anid country Markets haod a similar enet
here last week, a:.. b.- Os; butCurk
pickled being in horiness .T pbic sas per cwt.-
Beef land Pork niet i.to fary liniito i r idle.
LONDONi MAICKETS,
Tuesday, .lulq '31. IT -ll. ~. ,iv' f u '
have proven ed ii cw I.. h. .... ..l.te impwalas
if ons week s have exceeded 17,(0)0.!skt ,bur thequan-
tity funded is only 6,060 atsks. Thne con'iuer appear
cautiourb.in buying, and the sales to-day anioatant to o.ly
700 hlls. NM. :.: i..- ,J .. diction in tlhe prices (!al be
stated. The I, isI.,of e wars a teady last week but
attended w Ga licavinea. Ther public sales of' Britis
Plantaition ltkis morning went off at ,in iUiprovemuent of'
from 2s. to'3s. per cwt. T le Cott iet was fast
week stIa6ybut without briskness; thle pu-rchaseswere
bout 3000 bags, and tir e prices unvaried,' Tihe con-
tract fbir 100,000 gallons of Ruin was taken at 2s. 1d ;
thoer are buyers ol'Lteward, at 2s. 2d, but lit-. n doifngh.
In Brandy and Geneva there is no altera,. tion.
LONDON CORN EXPTI I 0r July 0.
g W e i .in l .- i ies .. l .. .. i 0 ...r cons '
dered) I- 1 i._-, I-.. li:i.. i n~ii, market, when thle sale
fall d.-- .ea a P, .I ,, ., .... l dull, and
even tlhe finest picked samples c, t 1- -I.*, itli tlhe ut-
most difincilty, obtained "I'.: I..i". -- -. :in --I H- ']])ight.
English Barley, tllei" .. .. .. ..... bni, ii'..b t the
grinding qloalities wei'. I.'.- cc ,;.Il rather
cheaper.- Beais and Pc- 11It.. 'l *It I..;. stagna-
tion, and'a!thongh tie quantity at market wis small,
very little was disposed of. 'Oats support our last cur-
rencv. In bther articles, ihere is.no altercation.
Wheat, 50s to 66s ; Rye, 34s to 36s; Barlev, old, 30s
to 34s; do new, Os'to Os; Halt, 60s to 64s; !1.V L ,. -Peas,
"I- tu o *,1. i....ilers, 40s to 44s; Grey Peas, '38p to
!". : -.. .1 ,tI .: 1.- 36s to 40s ; Tick, do, 36s to 38s ;
imas-, Ptatoe, 28s to 34s; do, Poland,'26s to 32s; do,
Feed, a2s to 2-' ; Flour, 50s to 55s.
Wheat, per 701b. F-,,:i;.i,. 8s 6d ia 9s 4d<; Scotch, 8s
3d a 9s.0d ; Irish,":1. :, :s8d; Bonded, 4s0d a4s 9d.
Barley, per 601b. English, 4s 3d L- I -i Scotclh Os
Od; Irish, 4s 3d a 4s69 ; Foreign, ,,,J ., I..6d.
RBe, per quarter, 34s0d a 36s Od,
ealt. per q. fine, 60s Od a 67s Od ; do n iddling, 60s
a 63s Od. I
Indian Corn, per 480 lb. red, 30s a 32s; do white,
3 0 si a 3 ;s r .
I Beans, p ei-quarter, English, 4S'- ,'I- Irish, '.''*5?
]" 0 -a A- ), dn i do white, *. ).' .
S ............ .11, per 196 Ib, sour, bond 24 a 26s.
Beef, mess, per tee 100 a 110,
*Pork; mess, per bbl 50 a 56 ; halfdo 26 a 36,
"London, Aug. 1.-In the English' Money Market,
there.r bs l Ieen a'tfurther andl' 11. ..'. ..- t. *,',,.. .
4....:. .. ibe opening price HI-. 1 ........ ..iJ.. -, -
..-.,,.i,, ,, ,. 88, from whici |Hr, .., i ;..ii, "-,,l ,1-, .:,1 r6
-':1, t'ljj i i: : a the c:ose -f the tn'h'l:-"t. tb. g otation
was 89. The quantity .l l..... 1- ii -.I. to-day
has been to considerable extent Exchequer Llh '.-..
pm,; India Bonds 94,pm; Bank Stock q14.
Iu the' 1 .-, ',! ,rkot, the prinicipal transauu.-Ius
have, beer ,.- Jl.: ... .. and Colombian Yonds; tihe fir-
mer closed 704,. and the latter 32 ; Braziliihn bonds are
65 for money, and 66 Jbor the accoat, lou iih X..:-inr
Greek Bonds* have gone back to-"1'5x ;'. ....i' ';
"..a ,I,: '. ,,. '"' t_ : ,,, ,, '- l I' ,: [ i I ,,, -,. -, A h ,, ,,I ,j


From Lloyd's List. .
At the Clyde, ships Science, Porter, from NOrleans?
andl Samuel Robertso'n; Choate &2ro nCharleston.
Arrived at Grtavesend,.July 25, Alicia Evans, New-
York.

'Deal 25th July.,-Sailed Lovel, PerkinsNYork.
Oft" Dover 24th.-Brunswick, Chase,. Baltimaore, for
Bremene Portsmouth 25.-Souitliworh Transport,
Embleton, Quebec'; 26th Minerva, Ric"ards, Quebec.
Cows, 23d, arr. Olindn Lt...:.. ", II is .. .. ,,] mailed for
Antwerp on 26th. Offtho :l ,-1]1. 'i.1- -.i. ..,,F"'i,'
Rio de Janiero, for Har'..,r- ] I" l,,. j."- I| 1
Lark, Rio d6 Janiero'; 23d Zephyr Packet, Buenos
Ayres,' '
'('I, i., i' .j.-Sailed Atlantic, Russell, NOrleans.
O00.n. C.:.,'e of Cork, 23d.-Lyilia, Silver, NYork. '
St. Petersburgh, JulV 5th.-Arabella,. Hooper, Ma-
tanzais and Coipeinhagen. Helvoet, July 21st:-Arr.
Adeline, Martin, Havana.; Governor Brook, Alien,
Georgtown. .
, Antwerp, July 21st;-Jupiter, Mandells, Charleston;
Flora, M-,nnfiell, NO,-ein Brilliant, Sampson,;New-
York.e''-". -'0..,, t'v ier. StJago de Cuba. At
Flushing, Wins _-n-,-.,, r hI.:_ !vana. Havre 20tb.
.Catherine, Lon, i --,,, .- il, Despraerbis. 'Jupi-
ter, Lenetael; Despreanx, Leiancheon ; Martini-
qa'is, Borgnet, Martinique ; Adeline, Hughes, Port an
Prince. 22d, Olyipe Qnesnel, Guadeloupe ; Jacques,
Lemohie, Martinique. 23d, Graed Desquene, Pernam-:
buco.. ,, /.
Bordeaux 17thi!-Virgini6, Largeian, Lag.uira.' 18th,
Alexander, Derverdier, and Grand' Ceroi, Barbier,
Martinique, Jean Jacques ; and Aimable, Marie, Jobit
Geadelqupe. 20th, Hun'ter, Latour' Pliiladelphia.
Qi'avescnd, July 19,th, arr Jane, Crossman, Havaa.
22d, Acasta, Perry, NYork. Sailed 23d, .Love'],, Per-
kilns, NYork. Off Dover 19th,'Floru, Mansfield, NOrl.
r6tr Aniwerp. 20th, Octavia, Russell, Pernambuco;
Waslington, Sh-eaves, Havana. 21st, Sultau a'Bltot,
NOrleans. ,Portsmouth, 23d; sailed Electra, Coit, New
York. Off the'Lizara 18th, Charles, -- Bahia
Penzance 20th, sailed for Hamburgh, Ann, Pentreath,
with the cargo of the Decatur, of Charleston. Jersey
19t1i, Mars, Renbof, Rio. Clyde 18th, Roanoke; Bar-
stow, NOrl. 19tl, Elizabeth, Grierson, do ; -Retrench,
Coivper, Charlestoh. OS1" Aberdeen 20th,. Herald,,
, Goldie. Savannah. Elsinore 16th, ast'Augustus, Gid-
dins, Rip and Salem. i '
' Helvoet20th, James, Holnes, Boston, Havre 1ith,
Pioneer, Hull, Mobile ; Clematis, Low, Charleston;
IBayard, Robinson,- NYork.' 20thi, Remittance, ----
Rhode Island ; Atalanta, ._, Bahia ; Casimir, -- ,
Port an Prince ; Joan D'Ar,"---, Gaudalotpe; Ro-
land,-- ,'Campeachy'; Adeline, Martinique.
Off Hi-- 20th; Delta, --, Gen. Lingan, Mary
" ....,.., --, all from Savannahi. L'Orient 12th,
r..,h., Lepert, Newport. Corunna 2d, La Chats,
%1 m...J-, ',i Correo delay tHavana, fiom Havana. St.
Ubes18th, Sophia, Olsen, Portsmouth ; 19th, Chat-
lotte, Latl.- .. A.i. rl-. : 21 .i, F'l..re*n ".,, M arsden, ard
I H eirald, I ,i ......i..] ,A L,: :...i s, W ard ; Bru-
tus, Bln. Q 1. ,, \X', ., '..[.j ; Floyd, Free-
, .. ... ,, r,. ';. lh, iM ...... LC a-.,l,,, L .. C a-
h., ,, I......, .,:r.1.j,1I,, B 'drandL'Orient. M arseilles
14th July; jAdrogyne COblomb,lMonte Video. Trieste
9tli, DolphinFouveau, Rio.'
F'rom ithe Liepljool papers' 25th July toad.August.
Arr Jiliy 25th, Hero, Russell, Charleston'; Arnold
Wells, Dawson, Virginia; Florida,'Tinkham, and Sir
Howard Douglass, Harvey, New York. 26th', arr.
Hannibal, Watkinson; New York, in 22 days; Canova,
WMitney, Charleston. 27th, Robert Wilson, Arnold-
N.-,I-l. a,-.; Pilip,,Tabb, Wirliams, Charleston
.1 ...,.., ll... lii,.J, Baltimhore. 29th, John & Elizabeth,
Barstow,.New Orleans; BillowSpranger, d).; Delta,"
Clar'kson, Savannah Aisdtorpe, Renn e, New'York;'
Bteechier, ---", Mobile ; Thiomas, Corro, Gharleson ;
:'Ge~orgia, Varnnm,. Savannah. (Spoke on 27tliJulv,
ship Hahcyonfi'om Savannah for Live~rpool.)
.Arr:.,Mouet Ve|rnon, Ingersbll, and Caroline Augusta,
Merrill, hrom Cbiarlhston; Gomer, Pritchard; era,
Cole, New York ; United States, Wilson, New York and
Havre ; Ulverstoo, Corner ;.Franklin, Hardiog; James,
---, aand Tamerlane,. Johnson, all from Sarannah;
Marthai, Baker'; Coneordia, Low; Henry Kneeland,
.Barstow, all from N~ewOrleans. Anguistl st, arrAmelia,
Pickett, Cbarlestoa.; Wold~at Jordnin, and Jane, Ny e,
New Orleass ; Moss, Fennel, Philadelphia ; Gee. Lin-
gan, -^--- Savanuahi; Virgioia Packet, Keiinv, New
Orleans; Leed s, Stoddard) N York ; Huntley, Wilson,
Savainnah ; Phocion, Mofn'at, Charleston; 'dtephen,
Potter, \Vilmingtoe), N. C. .
Sailed from. Liverpool.-2 4th July, Boston,_Finlay,
Bdston. 27th, Georges, Robinson, aud Baiize, Bangs,
Philadelphia ; Wilson, Brilton, and Seperior,' Waite,.
N,Ya.rk.. 29thr Pactoluis,'*Oxnard, and Andrew Scottt
Prince, Portlaod; Alice, Major, Baltimore; Ma'gare,
Bogle, Sinith, NYork; Delaware, M'Mulleo. ':Phil't-
delphia,. -' '..
Cleared,--26tli July, Herald, Graham, Bahltmoire;
Charles Jose-ph, Bishop, Providence ; Amulet, Winsor,.
,and Coral, Dickinson, Boston ;' Great Britain, Fr'ench,
"NYork, Liverpool Trader, Bluet,/ do. 3()th Selma,
Lorigfield, Mobile; Ceres, Parr,,, Portland ; Ann
Parry, Kennard, Portsmouth. 31st, Addison, Fair-
f'owl,' Philadel phia.
Entered" for 'Loading.
Richmon~d, "Bhacbard, Ale~xandria; America, Glo-
ver, Baltimore ; Pacific, Robinson, New'-Yorlk; Wan-
derer, Windell, Boston : Prs. Charlotte, M'Kean, New+


Orleans; Goliahi,. Walker, New-York; Gen. Graham,
Craigie,1iramici1; Prs. Charlotte, Gladim, NYork
Indiana, Parker, do; Roman, Dickson, do; Prince
Kutousoff, Hall, Philidelphia;' Diana, Co6per, do;
Perfect, Prince. Ci. ,i_ .. Ti.i.,,. Toscan, Ports-
mouilr;' Fredon, ,. !l. l. ,-., Jr. % ,.,iin.
"July-lth, Iat47, I(on23 45, Retrench, fin Charleston,
to Greenock. 4th July, lat 40, Ion 33, ship Constitu-
tiba,-bound Eastward. 1Oth Jnhlv,lat 47, Ion 30, John
Q. A dams, fin NOrleans to Nutcis. 131h Jr.l, i, I. ,
qIon2 9, Robert, fin Savannah to Liverpool. 'llihh.
lat 45, Ion 48 20, brig ;James.& Margaret, ,\V.:., k, i.-.
Hambprgh. 12th July, lat 41 30, l'on,48, ship London
Packet, fin Savannah, for London. Lady Clinton on
4rhJ Lily, off ISua!qga,











from what we learn of his character, we do not SchrPlymouth Rock, Lane, Philadelphia,wit
I hesitate to recommend him to our readers. coal to the NYork & Schuylkill Coal Company
Schr Diana, Otis,. St Andrews, 10 days, wit
Captain Partridge's corps of Cadets.fromn Iid- plaster to the master. Left, schr Mechanic, ft
'dletown,ontheirway to'Niagara Falls, 'arrived Baltimoore,4. On Sunday, 45 rilesfrom Said
i In this city this morning, and were received under Ho spEmeline, Davis, Halifax, 22 days, wit
a salute of artillery, and escorted by the Jack- plaster.
V son Guards and Tompkins.Blues, to their quar- Schr Kleber, Hinckley, St Andrews, 10 day
visit Swithoplaster.ra.oIv.,t
IJ ters at the Masonic Hall. They visit the. Navy Sloop Herald, Brown, Providence, with do
'Yard in the course of the day, and in the evening mystic goods to. Wm F & Saim Mott, and other
Castle Garden, and leave for Albany to-morrow At Boston, Sept. Ist,' brig Monument, Amstec
morning. damn), June 30, New Duppe, July 5th. Left at A
... brigs Wm Henry, N York, July 20th ; Beneze
disc. for Russia; iilia. N York, disc. Left
W ARINE J'OUR.NAL. New Duppe,ship Palther, Batavia, 12th. Saile
of fie .. m. in co. with schr Gazelle, Havana; spoke, 19tl
S Letter Bags at the Exchange Reading Room. at 49, Ion 12, brig Avon, from Philad. for An
Ship York, Liverpool,' 8th Sept. werp; 24th, lat 48 18, Ion 17 30, ships Georgji
Manchester, Liverpool, 16th Sept. 22 days fm Savannah for Liverpool; Tabne, fi
Cambria, London, 15th do. Charleston, for do; 26th, lat 48 20, Ion 21j; pas
*" Edward Bonaffe, Hlavre,.. 15th do. sed a ship bound west with T. L. in her foretop
SRobert Fulton, Belfast. sail; 6th, lat 46, lon 37 50, passed a ship boun
Corn. Perry, Rio Janeiro. east with a.black cross on her foretopsail, shew
Brig Sea Nymph, Tampico. private signal in the rigging, a red field with
SDionisio, Havana, 15th Sept. black or blue cross; 15th, at 44 45, Ion 50, spolk
Pioneer, Marseilles. ship Peruvian, fin Rotterdam forBaltimore. 0
Schr Robert Y. Hayne, Laguayra. the 1st and 6th August the M. experienced tw
s evere gales--while lying to on the 1st she ship
CLEARED THIS DAY, ped a sea which washed overboard a sea'mai
Ship Emperor, H6liker, Savannah. (Jas. Richards) who was drowned ; he had bee
SCorn. Perry, Allen, jr. South America, discharged from the Panther, had no protection
'G Suttpn. supposed to, belong to Bridgewater, (England
John Adams; Howland, New-Orleans, Brig William, Banger, Wales, 66 days. Bri
F G 'Mc,. Atlantic, Glasgow,40 days. Brig Algerine, Ba
Sohr Exchange, Green, 0'.10 '.,'le11',. timote,9days. At Quarantine,brigs Atnn,Pori
H &WDelafeld., 'Rico, 17 days; Cypress, Trieste, 65. Gibraltar, 3
Sloop Constitution, Sominers, Richmond. days; Ultima, Surinam, 33 days.' T'legraphed
ARRIVED THIS FORENOON, brig Richmond Packet, Ponce.
c' Slop M'arr.JI T 1" 0,1 S :"' I -, Si''' Hill, A'- 1, ,' I31 -Schr Leander, Matthew!
withornaandstavestot.' ,,ii,'-. Providener, I I Ii u days. Sails split and waist
SSloopr BotonI Packet, Taylor, 3 days ft.r-.. boardsstovo in, in the gale of Saturday last.
Thilad Withi winet sogar, to Baldwin and Forbts. In HLampton Roads.-Br brig Mary, Nash
: T,nlilr-i'i, i. I,_',-s'. l hal, ll,,l,.. & Moore, Turk's Island 14 days, bound to St Andrews
J P MuNiit*r'r-gi, ".'. ''. put in in distress, with loss oftopmasts,'jib boon)
[Froml thOticej N.i \'i Mr,.riigCourier] toptimber stove in, and leaky, having experion
S ARRIVED, cod a very severe galo of wind on thlie23d, 24th
Ship Superior, I\aii.'. I ,on Liverpool, sailed and thn latitude o rmuda.
'on the 31st July, with dryoi.JI, (-; n T H i---
1.aiett .r,d C-o, D L ,1I J. C lil.ihuiand tiol 1 RARK THE./TRE.
.., ssSteel' daid ,.... nd ,'C .L. .'I, Ll HIS EVENING, Sept. 4, will be present
S Hadder,Jr Dion, J Ser,ttinld, D Walkinsiion lml the celebrated opera called THE WHIT]
o. J D Morue, E Cai.'tivell,,ind ile scri.un L.tDY.-Master-piece of Music, byBoyeldiou.
P'a:-nriger.s, Au,-ut--.. W % KhI-, Wm 11, -il '.,
P Thoma-, nilli. T4mii.ai- l \t il.-,. .ni, ii 1- ,:',MARDI, Sept. 4,
qixmi. Frederiek Wi.lh.imi. 1T Widiali.i.J Schl Par la Troupe Francaise dela N. Orleans,
lield. andf.; in the -icer.,,e. Sat i St. Gero- La premiere representation de 1l. DAM]
geL Channel trig t lit., tandni up lthe lClai F. RLANCHE, opera en 3actcs. Paroles de Scribe
nel. Spnoke. Au. 61il. i.at 4 06 N. I.:.g 16 4'. i.'nef-d'ouvre de Musique do Boyeldieu. Orn
w." shW.ip Perei. ai;Jid ir,-l i.'irn whinr.-fr.r'ii, ic.nd 'I,a tout son speetacle.--Gaveston,( Mons. L
to Pli'nnuthl. Aug. lih, lat I. 4i W. l:i l a\. Blanc; Georpges,Alextindre; Anua, Mde. Milon
slhp Adrian, fr.riii Miatauzas, bound -to L.'an.'In Jenlfy, Alexandre.
Au .9, lat 48, l:-n .1, Fr. ship Fl.rv, r.ii f.arlin- Les Bureaux seront ouverts a 6., le Spectacl
ique. bounlid t Havre. The S. .alc.l in o.0. ,vltt comimeneera7.. 7- e

Sl ip ,nir,:''. A, C Marshall, froni 'i'lre, ,".Ul i l 'HE i f L.
s'iiled c'e-rnnr -1.itl July, withdry goods, and 1 (-.Thepublicisrespectfully informed,that o:
:cabin passenger, Joseph Bradley of London, and the evenings the Theatra it occupied by th
(;? in tb'.:.si rla",t .-- Si1t- H-.:tries, owner, F & Frer.1.i C1niiny. %l("meo will be performances a
H She.ld.-n mir,i "'. 1ii l'i 34, lon 3ir -,prilk'e s p the ]r.:.ad.'.i 1 li tre.
l:liNza.Grant N. York, t.:,r .l.i4.l.1n, 'I .:--.l. -HIlS EVENING, 1.vt i'.I .1 I r .:i', '
Au-. 13.I at 43,Ion'r s-,'..l.'hip Britanima. Lat T thp comedy of SiVE1-ETHF-\fT'S AN\
4 l0,1on 03,-aw a sl.p -ili A \ Xin her foretop- WIVES.-Admiral Franklin, Mr. Foot; Charle
ral. in'l'a..' Lc "t --hlip B-.il, i.Io saillst A1fg.; Franklin, Simpson ; Billy Lackaday, Hilson
-lip l.'.Fo, Pos.c-, s.1, il I;.r N. cleans .1st Sept. Laura, Mrs. Hilson; Eugenia, Sharpe.
BCiO.islip Fhi.x J.a.c. Arriold,38 ds fin After li,Ih, ii.: -.otch ballet of the HIGH
SLagura.lt. J E Delaplai.n anrd oo. and Ripley., LAND 1i EDIN'G.-Jemmy, .Mr. Parker
C, er anJCo. Jenny, Mrs. Godey.
AlIs.'..i-:cr-- -TIe [Dalhouaiik Castle, .was To conclude with the farce of SPRIGS 01
not blc..vat d',l. Ii n-li. .: LAUREL.-Sinclair,.Mr. Howard; Nipperkin
For slip Hlunrenie' H. Hilson! Mary, 1Mrs. Sharpe.
Arr. it Haxie, 1.9 .iiuly,shipBayard, Robin- e j f.i. m- HalfPrice.
Son. lin N York. lt.:. :al Ist Aug. The public is respectfully informed, that Mr
.qIt Bord.'ir.--ii P.Riiol.-. ..ii.. Cl r r Hackett is engaged for a few nights, and wil
Yo urk, July CratLir on, Ri:hard-s,.'i nd 'make his first appearance since his return from
o'of.lult : bri Lr" rpi;... FuI', lr .N ...k r.s i." Europe, in the character of Richard 3d, after
d;atel. Sailed. J.ul,' 11, brig Hyperion, the manner of Mr. Kean.
Cunibern, f:"r N. York : Mr. Rees, of the Theatre Royal Hay Market
ARRIV ED LAST EVENING, is engaged, and will shortlymake his first appear
S h ip P a. i- m ., C r.-r. l: fr. -.,n L ,; err i.l,. ,a ,led a n c e .
August 3d,, a ,th dry .o-de ans hard- I ri am- TF e Fli :l'-:.ra.: .l Miss Clara F,.,. r, from th
Thnmp-on & Nephe is. I W\r,;iht l,:Son. .,: re- Theatre Royal Drury Lane, is engaged for a fev
mniah Thompn:on, and B Marshall. on.--ri, Abeel nights. Due notice will be given of her' firs
& Dunreomb. Bro- n, Br,.thers U C,. Bro.er' r c appearance. '
Green, BenedOct& Rnbr-y. Brooks& Huimptire,. Season Tickets may be obtained at the Bo:
B Bent, .1 Bro.idbmentc. V Barraclougli,.) Bt:- Office. ;. .
burn, iJ& Brown, .1 o )weh& Cp, JBraib,,~ri. -Doors openat 7 o'clock; performanceeto corn
CBulkley, Bachanan, Calder & Co, Cliai. Ha -i meniceat l-2 pait. ,7.
S& Pitchr- Corning..& Norton, Crpps & liil.-
Sloahb7y P & JS Crary & Co, A C,.,rnehl. T NEW-YORK THEATRE,
Cochran, J & A Chartres & Co, G Chin.e, Dr- (BOWERY.)
yea & Hyer, Doremus. Suydan. & Co. II De HIS, EVENING, Sept. 4-Second nigh
Groet, J T Dolan, 0 Dyer & Co, B & S,Demilt, -- 'of' the Grand 'Asiatic Ballet of Action
J P Brummond, E Eccleston, Fellows & Read, called THE CALIP1H OF BA GDA D
Folger I Lamb, SC Foltr ral & Brc.ti ~ i. T Foo-ti, produced under the immediate direction of Mons
Field &"WaLker, Godfr,-i' & Valsh, (iiei &:. LA BAsSE,, Ballet M)aster; .with nevw. Scenery
Torres. GiJddard & Co. Gr. in t': \'..: t'i:.r.: Gib. Dresses, Decorations, &c. Mule, by the cele-
son M-'Farhrio, B Gard,.I-r, ft G.ire Ho, & brated'composer, Rossini. Scenery, by Sera.-
W\Edd. lavdn &,Timmins.How&Dorr, Boston, -Dramatis Person -Isaun, the Caliph, Mons
Halt, &; &; Hainles, J C H & Brothers, D Had-' Achille;' Yemaldin, nephew of Lemaide, Moris
den,. Hall. I H1ill, W H & E P Hoe, r.r, T Hutch- Angrisani; Cadi, Mr. Durang; Chief o, .he Eu.
inson, S [iiks..P Harti S&.:.,,, R Hyslop, CH]all, nochs,. Mr. Schinotti; Chief of the Arabs, Mr
Judah & Call'n'ider. J Jenr:ins, Janmes, Steele& Florence, &c.'; Lemaide, mother, of Zetulbe
Co. J RB aiie. It .iftjl7rii. Co,H&MM. Jackson Md me. Passage; Zetulbe, Mad'slle. Celeste; Kos-
Co, Kernoolhan, Pai11h ,: Co, T T Kissam & sie, Mdme. Achille; Fatime, Mad'slle. Heloise-
Ceo -H Kir.,. R Km'-Ir dViiil & Co, J ih'rr.m..-,rlii ",iiA._ari -:m Zetulbe; lstfavoriteoftlie Caliph,
Lord A. Ls"--:, L~rd'&; I";crohb, Lee, Sfl-.- ;. rihJi..:- Huin; d'do.do.do. Mad'sile. Hlboisec
Bate. T H Le'-li .u il Cl.N Ludlini, .1 Lmiii, Ladies dfthe Seraglio, MembersoftheCompany.
and Co, F T'Luqueer, A Mitchell and Co, E Previous to t te ballet, 'the farce of A Dayj
SMallard, WWMoutt,.J Mortimrer,jr JW.Mott, AterrV, I -Col. Freelove, Mr. Barrett;
J and-H M'acl-,m .nrid Cu. S Major, .B Jackson,' Lady Fr.'cI',e.?, iMr' Barrett.
';10 Mead, J M NMili. I Nostrand, D Oakey and To'c6nclude with 'the farce o0" il,,- i' 'iiLVF
S'Co,Phielp arid P;ek, Pattersonand Dundan,.C CHILD.-Tag, Mr.Barrett; Lill r.. li-.k Mr-.
Poiter, J S Plat. H C Porter, G Pardow, Rusm Barrett. '
E ull and R.,o-,eehI Rar-i.,l .il -id Dissosway, J Mr. E. Forrest and Mr-Wilson are engaged,
J Roi.evclt an J Son,.lhi)dfd-. EandSSRock- and will shortlyappear.
w' ell, Sanid--,Sp:'onier and '.-, A ntone,'TandC I'Doors open a quarter before 7 o'clock, and
Sian, .1 -,c:.ieliJ. T SuFtern. '3 iad H Stafford, performance to commence at 1-4 past 7.
R H S .erm Charle i Sq.ar, Tedvwell, Kissam [ The numberofSeasm. Tickets is limited to
and C,., I'hom..' and Srith, Andrew Thorp, A 0.' TlIev may be procured at the Box Office ol
Thomp-on, R Thomip.n amil Smos, F TomesH' me T'h-, itr' .
'an Wagenen, A Van Ne-t i H and G Vail, H '
Weeks, N B and H Weed, T Walker and Sons, CASTLE GARDEN.
J Walker,.R White, jr.RE Welman and Co, .! G R AN D F'I R E W 0 R K' S.
R Willis and Son.J H Whitney, E Wrigley, W Last Night of the "Attack of the Turkish Fleet
Whitich-ad, I Wigham. II Y.uri,., and to order. on the :Grecian Castle." '
Pasqqsenerq.rHon. John W\\ lpole Wiil .lad. Ila- Ti' C, ':. Sept. 4th, 1827.
: 'I -ir Ro irt lBram "W illis, and 3-servants, Jas. .ESCRIP. O OF st '.1" RKS "-- "
Cuheal, attached to the Legation of the U. Signal tasteful ornamented,
',....Eiha Pto'' sri.l. .r Jwhn .Plowman, will be firedat different intervals, until 0-o'clock
;Ir.l.. ..M.ia lharr rme.r .r Bn Bn precisely,when the exhibition wll commenlce
m.rnliam, Er, .S.amae R.ode, '..,rlsBl,,r.J:,ir, with Four.LargeBen olaLle ts. .,
Dunlop, Londn, Jame. P SRhilcr Yr le.n \ [e.i' mmO Scroll with Brilllant Glot
II Burro and sri .rl. C ".a r n, t., e, ,A arge Vertical Wheel, with a Re erse in
Tho.mas B Burr.s. and ra. h Je, t entire, form alternatelydfferent Flow-
T.i.a... 'ardcl, ul P n.nhrar-, 00e. H.,. --. ers, termmiatwith aWhCageable 'Glory
Wi. S Bird. Hnriy r ors, Sani. P. i ke A orizontal Wheel, forming an Archeme-.
Rev. Jon~s Kinrg, .:.f l .- '.: u d ioean Screw, Wnit enSages to a Superb and
Butcher, R..bertCame l h.... J, .1,,1. Brlant Wheat-Sheaf m the Centre of a
isler.Tho,'i. TiuIel.r. E.ri C Red.,, I'.- n un-,,n H-1 Casc'ade. -
Ster. 'n, P Wum.nriI,. N. .. Y .- Si Larg e Rocketswith Snakes, Stars, and
f Spoke, A ug. 7.'lt 51, long 15. chilp A.JJ...n, l 1 ; ...
Liemrpool :I r Phi d[ ,r.,liii. 1Jtl3m. t i ,, .:.u *2, t i i ery Pigeons ,
sawsip Grest Britain f rom Li-cnAo.l f r N\e. l me 1'"re Lover's Xnot;-Grand PhiuniX
York. Same i'. la 4-p .l..:-,p N,:l n eel,or Whrlrwln of Fire. m
ofPo"tm"out., fr..m Chal.'ston lfr iaire. +'.". The Sunflower nd White Rose, whichlchange
lat 43. Ion 5". -poke slip India, fr-om Lu I h'r N to a double Columbian Wheel, with a Large
Y.,rk. 96th, ,,. 42. I.in 5,'-, hip M!ariha., Ironi Brilliant Star. -
"- m r "P' YorL. A Winte Rose sn the Centre of a Brilliant Sun,
Gottbuug I,'tr., [... a Red Rose in a Reprize, then to two
Shi Elctra, Cil. lni L.-nd.,n. and COwes, r e Whee., n I'- c.- ires,
July 14thi wilihdry riod t o Fr Gninrmnel l. i i i in 1 Glory Tliinr F-l in anr.r.
&Co. P & S r v ( & C. '' Wiliams, J IiF,, .,,il.:i, 'Wheel,withdouble Waved Fire,
D SVreht, Gib 'aii b M Fi r .i-u. Steel& M'A- on time To., a Splendid Crown Imperial-Sixi
pin, I Greasen. i Liitl": L. J" D.vnes, R& J La,-.-: I.., i,. Gold and Silver Raitn.
Phillhpi, .1 Morliamer ir, H & G Bar:lay, Gillespie That Superb and Extenisive Piece-The Dia-
& M'ILe.d, I G CIu,,llns i .,..- \,\- Robit:, J J mords and Roses. -
Atlor. FolleiEs & Reid \V [-r'r,. F WV Lasack, To onchludewith, (for the lat iii. '-TIn
Bach S Brradial, E Clark C Hlarriman, F W Novel and Magnificent Piece, -plr. .rri.i.- .i
Schmidt&Co. "l Pi.i, Oden, FE r'uson & C, engagement between ajarge Turkish Fleet and
J Rankin, .1 BR.en & Co Movyer. J F Carroll, a Greek Gastle, exhibited on the 5th July.'as tIe
G NS-.wall, a.nd D iladj:n P"a ng.:-ris. Mr Tower of Gredim.n Ii.J.,.imln... Great addi-.
Wilhiams. Maj)W 'eI, Mr Klirkland, and 13 in tions havebeen .made to thi, ['ir.':-..;-the For-
the steerage. Spoke n.:tlng. -. tresshasbeenmuclienldrged,and the:alterations


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Br barque John &; Robert. Jone--, Br;Iol, 51 such as to produce a most surprising diffordece
ays, .ith iron, tin, bottles, &c. to H rG Bar- in the whole-effect. ,
cIl-v. C Green, Sallue. Son & Co, M.,mler. & In.the course of the evmning.T. Patrick will
Markoo, Card,'ell r&Co, Chester &D'.-, and Lt exhibithis Parachutei R.- ktC.-.
order. Pas ,ieni.'rs..J Seveir,rand '* in thesteer- '" Tickets 50 cents,to be'had at the Gate-Sub-
age. Left no American vessels." July 24,lat scribers half-price. s4
49, ldon 1 52, spoke ship Olive & Eliza, of ,
" Portsiouth Ill, r HI, re. Aug 'l4. lam 41:l.Ion P-0O LOAN--Two sums of 12,000 DOLLS.
:0,ibrig Rel.ee.:a. 10 IJl Iifm Op.-.it.. ilr rN\'.:.,r1, J.L. ~ah, or approvedproperty in this city,.at
short 'of provismi.n--urpl.hied them. _'"th. I-t 7 per cent. interest per annum ; payhlalf yearly.
40 53, lonn 6i. sa a ship i. th th.: l-n,..: 11 IV in Apply-to D; GOLDSMITH,
br fOretopel,[,the iard" i .E ey4-lw 23 Graid-street.


FOR ALBANY.' I A ABLE SCHOOL BOOKS-for sale
hIUDSON RIVER STEAM-BOAT LINE. 'by CoLmus & HANXAY, and ELAN BLISS,
(o.urAL.) New-York; by OLIVER STEELE, Albany; L.
.. The CONSTELLA- BLIss, Lansingbuigh.. -
*' TION, Capt.Cruttendon, THE LITE. ARY- AND SCIENTIFIC
willdleave the footEofCourt- CLASS BOOK, emrinicini" the leading facts
r :" a--landt-st. WEDNESDAY AF- and principles of science, illustrated by engrav-
TEP.NOON, at 5 o'clock. ings. with many difficult words explained at the
C. J. MARSHALL. Thursday, at 5, P.M. heads of the lessons and questions annexed for.
CONSTITUTION, Friday, at 5 P.. examination; designed as exercises for the read-
Light articles only will be taken on freight, at lug and study of tie higher classes'in common
Is. per cubic foot. schools. Selected from the Rev. Jonx PLA.TT's
For passage, apply to the captain on board, aiteraiy and Scientific Class Book, and from va-
or to A. N. HOFFMAN. 71 Dey-st. is4 rious other sources; and adapted to'the wants
FOR ALBANY. and c.:.ridiiri: isui ir, the United States. By.t
Hudson River Steam-boat Line. Lxvi L n
The new and elegant 'rnTICES OF TiE WORK. .
." steam-packet INDEPEN- From' the U S. Literary'pasette.
--' DENCE,Capt. William J. "This book contains a fund of knowledge, par-
a ._-.- -.-7-=__. Wiswall, will leave the foot ticularly in the natural and physical sciences,.
of Courtlandt-street, N. R. on WEDNESDAY, at 6 wbich we:have never sean condensed' within .so
o'clock, A.M. For further information, apply to small a compass. The selections have been
the captain on board, or to made with great discrimination, and fiom the
A. N. HOFFMAN, Agent, 71 Dey-st. best authorities; the original lessons are written
N. B.-Baggage sent to the office, boot. of in a terse style; and the materials thuslmade up
Courtlandt-street,'the day or evenitag previous, .-..-nrii. J a n id rr. ..l. hil good t'ste and
will be taken in charge. .i jui l i
The boat conies to at the wharves of New- Froin the .., '.-I.. Journal of Education.
burgh, Poughkeepsie, Catskill, and Hudson. [s4 The Rev 'Ml. I'L iTT's Literary and Scienti-
fie Class Book, which is the.basis of the above.


SSCOR will sell on Thu.sday;-t I
Place, a large assortment of Hous
Kitchen Furniture of superior quality-
a person retiring frorn business. Part
the'morning papers.
W AN.TEE.-A situation in a w0h
retail dry goods store, by -a yo
'about 21, who has had considerable exp
the business, and can produce satisfact
ences asto character and ability. Add;
at.-this office, with ina'me,etc.
PHOLSTERERS' I PICKINGS.
assortment of J, ,. 4-4 ana'6-4 fi
fin and vry ..p':r;or q..ilhty, from all
br .,:d iocti e:.eT. Iol rce-i ._J and for
TILODLJILF F BRiL
s4-4t 2 11 Pearl
SPANISH WOOL.-100 bags Span
embracing the most desirable qu
manufacturers, for sale by
s4' BROOKS & HUMPHRYS; 621
H E MIN T, 130 Broadway.-T
and patrons of the undersigned
r'espectfully informed that To-MoIaov
tery will be dawn infrontof the.0City H
time, the large prize 9f 20,000. dollars wi
at SYLVESTERS'-it may still be"
qu;..ki. '.rid recollect to ask for Sylvester
..i I!. 1 7-the most lucky office in the


5 I.e Roy
hold and
-being of
iculars ia
s4
olesale or
>uug man
erience in
story refer-
ress T.T.
s4
-A large
ne, super-
l the cele-
sale by
-sI feet.
isl Wiool,
alities for
Pearl-st.
lie friends
, are most
v the Lot-
all, This
'ill bl sold
lhad. Be
rs', for it is
U. States.


n MORNING LINE rn AA Y. vork,is much v1uedin England; and r. rLiEo- he ofife in Nd'-York has oaly been open ten
S' np N gAD tas, w thrik, been very successful ir months, and .more prizes have been sold than at
) of Schools in th U ited aney other eitablishmnaent. Sylvesters' are always
g S.tates. *hanpy to see customers, and every attention is
-".Tihe Literary and Scientific Class Book i paid to. heir orders as re guards particulars, num-
o we thlink,oi e one the most valuable School books, bers etc. We again say lose no time.
6 It his h.i h-i.:. I...r, published. Itis'a work ', m & S SYLVESTER.
, The Safety Barge LADY CLINTON and which may accelerate improvement every where; Lottery and Exeange Brokers, 130 Broadway.
e1tlit roat L-1114 iI-Ct sto h- a usetla toxvns I o.eSeEmchangelBrokers, 130 noadaay
Steam Bat 11:1 Capt. Symour, wll bt t promises to be peculiarly useful in towns Notes of all the Broken Banks bought, or
eave te fot of Courtandt-street forAlbany, at and villages.,.were there isnot convenientitaccess Ticketsgivei elchangeforthesame. Orders
6 o'clck,.-on, WEDNESDAV tfIORNING.' 2F toextensivelilbraries Ticketsgiven 1
- Fare in theBarge $4-Steani -.:J and FinIg ,L R. v if '.n
found. Forpa.,ag a ply on i ro ttiRev. r. good, of Sterling, .lfass to N.B. Office, will be open till 12 o'clock being
h' office, 82 Courtlandt-street. sep,4 .'. TI Puliser. thi last night s4-t
S :. ,D L' 1 i ". -. d t 1 rnSi Clasi Onthe -i o September,
), -- -[. L I F,~ \V ,.^, P, x.:n,, .. i ". I,;, m.t- valuableof our OotheW*to c fSeptemberin
1 ... ,, wiir cContains Whocan but ru.nenber"
The Stean, 'e suc ir,., 't .., ldre. cempreod -i The great N .-- ,,,ll,.r-l ;
Com pany's -T I in,... m .` ., ,- ". .. ..- d t -. '*'he Lottery I mean,
i .... .. 0 As 'tis easily seen,
v :S-- 7 ". I 1` [ t a F '. I t I L ,: l l ..- l i n t o o u r t o w n
the foot of Broad-st. for schools. ave found both.,ar'ntsaoio children So theSchemeIll insert here.below.
A)bany, onil ._. Iin P.I'. t..... F I,:, it u ,,, b ti i A, .- I n r. ir 1 prize, of $20,000 I- prize of $1,600'
d of tliesteaiui ... iN(, i L '- t i, s. L r -,. I i 1 '- 7,500 1 1.24
Fare, in:the Steam-boat, $1 'Ii ,i : .., i 1'-" 4,000 .10 1,.1..i,
boat, $1. For passage or freight, apply to ; ,.r, LI, ii i,, n. 1 3,000d 10 s, .l
s4 A. VAN SANTVOORD, 17Coentics-slip. ", .' Besides some hundreds, nay thousands, of a
S ,, ." .' .., / 6- :. lesser grade
.SAFETY BARGE.i. lii,,..i n. i. .. |.i STEWART'S -'Office for Luck! as former
S' The saftey barge LADY it.:.,'',' .:. '. i L t..r nii anri,'..- r, ii. Lotteries haveverified. Cash alwaysat hand on
e. X. _,LIN [ -ir..,id thesteam- (1 .sB.).. ,ji.h l l.:jl.l,'.l..ipp-end i1oorn.e the receiptof the drawn to pay all Prizes. -
a. -. l.... al0 1*.. .R C ER. an. d ';..-T Ic... 1 ... -ol...in p .c.. l. r ,.,":> .:h..i S ',.-,i .- in proportions .
e -~~1- T- fi -1T.i.'Rt;:, ,iiu. ,I r Ulie .-I, purpose lor which this is designed. Adventurers are respectfully invited to call.
; nrn:- hi. month of September, run : 1.. l-,,._' :-- t11 a".'. c ingul ,r nremi. Jril Iarm glad to Ti, in,i r,:ii M.Iil)nibou-ii, alln, premium paid
Leaves New-York L .. ;,,.. perceivee,: by iI,.: ,b.. i a., ', .. i reotyped. on Li.li2iui. l' ri.:h', Sp -rI,., ,i American gold.
e Monday, at 10, A. M. .M .i.li. t ', -.. M" There.yas a arr .. vi-i ..i.i lnd .:,, book in J. J. STEWART'S
Tuesday, at 10, A. M.. with thl Barge. our shols, a, d i .-, ,: .: .r i i, tai t am per- Lottery and- Exhange' Office,
w.ith he Barge .Tucin-v.at 9, M. -adn.d l,..t ,lu ].,It ie hl, J ri a-,J l':., ihlis, very sep4 S03Greenwich-street.
,Wednesday 5 TIi..riij, m I im m. i -
I Friday, at 10, A. M. with the Barge. ii su -ge o- "ri p.,[ i-,' t"... ;-.'Il-i-. Its a ry i, iimn i .. fI'nlier-,n.l- i
e wit B the Barge. Friday, ;it 9, A '. M f, r n., r r .. :.lth.r i I.:.:. I| L| -...J, To a m. II. i nrr ,ir .'..int th.ie i. ,1 dI [.'Ll a I haw."
t Satusday,at5,P.M. S i .J1,., A. I Tiv Ye' much su ch a w vor LTH GHl ri m a. *-l republican
Fare in the steam-boat C P. 1. .4 [sh ..m. .:.p* .: 1 1 a l -iA ,_i'Ter ,red1 "HiIiu' &zI.II,,t as Joe .says :s
.I sengerslanded at all, the r i. ,,-,.. i,- -'... -- -' .. .. 'ri l. m, ,T r. :.i., bu h -' ,ts .or n. s: s d ,i ,l ,'_r i
L For passage apply on board, or.ofR .M'IMidhael, i u. ,. ':' us m., ilmr t're--.... It.' ~. ii, ad i l i- us h I.--rrn-
s on the pier at Albany; and New-York,- at the I;.. : .u -r !ai ... r, i or, i,', .i i nu,, .l ... -i'., .i r- ,- ails,& "
; office of the. Steami Navigation Company, 82 i.f i-k bt.-rm' r h i.itr n l d t anmine md- ,limt r it i: m:.t mlr ,.I m r'" ,c
Conrtlandt street. S. .s4 a t ..... wish tlee "mu:: I .: iag lI ,, ,,i i d te- ie :',, a of nI,, r..,v ,1,' t,, :1 b
r; FOR PROVIDENCE AND ,I N-' : 10 i b r..,i r i,;.:t- and esteerr. Il, -. r,.- e \h t.:., r.rt I,," ,' of ,,'. ,::,,i ....-,i ,,ft hred
rid NEW -LONDOJV. .li...i.,lt GATES SFAF0 R-O >. Ir. .' ,,, i.,l.- u .. Lhr.. i.us.,,d ._ n-
S ,Tri 0' o FAN ; ,. dred miles-long, (darn long-kattypillers, Joe calls
F 'The steam-boat FANNY, Edication.-We have examined %i, i-.no -di. thmei, ,) on,,nr.., of Prize Tickets sold and. paid
, Capt. Davison, will leave nary degree of pleasure and satisfaction a little by mriin the .I.-,rt space of 18 -months. These
eFu ton slip, .To-soiaitow, work, handed to:us by a friend, entitled "The til ,,I.rh. I,,J h i".,',,, m, 1 i i ,, n **i. i
(.-(Wednesday) at 3, P. 1M. Literary and Scientific Class Book, d'mbracing a, ,-IJ a.,-l, lI. ,) Ii ,,' .':,b. d,.-U .h,- "
-. [L After landing passengers at TlNew-London the leading factsand principles of Scienced: by L. ing them about tie sky; most every bodythonght
1l and Groton, the Fanny will proceed directlyto L. LLeonard It is afneat stereotyped duodeci- (tie North River was on fie. The' Lottery
a Norwich, where Post Coaches will be in readiness me o about 300 pages,furniishhed with plates and draws on Wednesday, when J intend to sell Pri-
r to convey passengers to Worcester, through diagrams explanatory of 'the contents: Within zes enough to make another tail. I am always
Brooklyn, Ponmfret,&c. thee entrrow limits i ....oI.r-.- a body ofuseftil at homnea-happy to make my friends "tarnal
t, Fare, to Providence ,$1. : sep 4 information, which ii ,- t,. lie ,,l cannot be found rich." You can't miss me-the big Masonic
r-- equiilhl n c-npressed in any otheivolunie. There Hall is iglit opposite my office.
FOR HALLETT'S COVE & FLVUSHING, ,I .,:arce,- any subject connected with the great H s4 igEO. W. ANOD,3.13Broadway.
e' The steaim-boat's circle.of the arts and sciences, which is not her V. ARNOLD,3 Broaday.
9: LINN&EUS, and UNITED made familiar, aid presented to the young mind Y order of the hlion. John T. Irving, First
t '- .-5. : 1 _..- STATES, Capt. Peck, will in theamost attractive forms. Abstruse principles J. Judge ofthe Conrt of Common Pleas ofthe
--- ply between New-York and 'of philosophy are illustrated iu the happiest man- city and county of New-York, notice is hereby
ex Flushing, from Fulton Market-slip, as follows: ner, and the lessons of wisdom arre embellished given for the creditors of Daniel Van Slyke,. (as
Wednesday, 5lh, leaves '.l.. -l', r 30 A. 'vith the fascinations of taste and fancy. This well in his individual capacity, as one ofthe firm
-. N. s-,, 9 00 r woka is .1 '-'."':'.1 :.'' 1.. r...I -ndstudied by the of Clement, Blackstock & Van Slyke, andi ofthe
F l shini, 3 00 : nP higher se-' rn tm -n i.iiC.nio.n schools; and as firm of Blackstock & Van Slyke.) an-insolvent'
N. York, 5 30 P. sh we warmly recommend it to'the attention' debtor, to appear beforee the .-.',id-.l,,.., 1-,n
Thursday, : Gth, leaves Flnshaing, 7 ,'00 Aum of the public, believing that a more valuable epi- office in the City Hall of said city, on the nine-
N. York,. 10 0nn A. tome of elementary knowledge cannot be found teenth day of November next, at ten o'clock in
.t Y Fshin ,' .'. 1 ,-*;j -'- Y.Statesman, the forenoon ofthatday, toshow cause, if any
, N. York", r'6 00'6 i,. ALSO-puiblished as above, EASY LES- they have, why an assignment ofthe said insolv-
Friday, : : : 7hi, leaves Flushing, 4 00 A. SOVS IN READJDING.fortheuse ofthe Younger ent's estate should not be made, for the benefit
sep 4 N. York, '4 00 ,.a classess in GCommIonSchools. By Josmin.t LEAVIrT. of all his creditors, and that the person of the said
S' insolvent may be for ever thereafter exempted.
TO -MORROWF'! Fro Revo. aoanc n ATO NS. from ail'arrest or imprisonment for or by reason.
o of ot N. ofany debt or debts due at the time of making
D.ear Sir; I have exaunmed with considerable such assignment, or contracted for before that
Sttetio your po'ite Less I was ,"with avoredhics time, though payable afterwards; and also, ifin
togi your po'i'-enessm I was favored some. prison, from his imprisonment, agreeably to an
_: months i ico; apd am fully prepared- to siy.'it act of the legislature of the state of Newv-York,
p.r posesses excelle,,l..s decid ely superior to any entitled, "An act '.to abolish' imiprisnmeni for
work of t .kindmIhave ever so,.,- Itis swell dobt'in certain cases." 'Dated,.the 31stdayof
S-fitted tofo rm.a conliec tifaglinkobetween the Spel- August, 1827. sep 4-10wt
It eg Book, anad. thie eftfrent books in reading -.
commonly used in our schools. The selection is PEALE'S MiUSELUM.
general judiciously made. While i iata:ests, Lst WVeekl's fm- t. Court a fn ealI
itis calculated to"leaves good ar presslion on the
, Han- out the banner-lei the loud cannon's roar, yuthful fu mind. .g 'o T HE public are respectfully informed that tsie
Faor cL RKu4llsellheIHi~heslPr zeonceirore,! '-' celebrated d Paintinmcalled0the'COURZTOF
"LARK,.em giestPnrenwe- From .P professor Estabroo, of A.erst Collgiale I. rated "tai i li
"%TES, ladies and geuntlemen-the dreams and .- Institution, Sept. ]8S3, "-'le i" ." "c ', i d m. ,,-' _I-. ,
JL witchcraftoft n i .i i, ]i i,_.r,,1--1 oih- '" TIm,, Lessons in Il;f- .di' t"i'r I I,.-use ',,opph lfe P ti ".al. r,- u- ,,rnda .hr..i-th
cidences, signs of the times-the rainbow atrmid ot f the id- ..-,. 'lasses h C-.i,, e n ppS--e rl'l tr Th day b
night-and above all, the demand for cash, and JoshmIa Leavift,Esq. is, in my opinion, the anter- id,. P"--m.- ust &-tin b ie 'f
Clark's tickets, po've that Clark will sell the mediate ook wvhidcl has lon been -neededin c seeing mis splendid Paintin, must call before
Splendid capital in the brilliant 'sheme which man schools in that time as it will positively be removed notto
Straws at. the Park To-MoaRO6w, in which thief i i -. rOturn again. 'il be exhibited tePano-
prizes arc, $20,000, $7,500, $4,000,,$3000, 1,600, -'roma '., ..' t ....) .... On)every evening wil be exhibited the .Pano-
f $1,224, ,10 of $1 0, I .-. I. ." ... ... raina and Magic Lantern. Admittance to see the
1t 24 1,00, .nd the price of ticke "The author of the work'before us has done a whole, 25 cents; Children, half price. t
is only $8, as usual in spld dases snd Manager, real beaenit to the cause of education, by compil-
Hisolye8,as nSuca nd EManagers'inga booed of 'i-.y Lessons inReading,for lti. 5PANISH REDACTOR.-Contents of the
alve uark a solicits his friend prop tan. useof the younger classes in-Common School.,' s5th number. Packets, names and days of
Clark again soJicits his friends, acquaintances,..
the public generally, to hasten to his Lcky with a strict refrrnce'o thle real object ofsuch a sailing; Stdiamboats for. Albany and Philadel-
t fibce, 12B roadwaly, nd obtain fortunes L work. Whli wievwill interest 'children deeply, it phia ; A treaty between the. Allied- Powers of
flee, 132 Bro adwmpt pay at CLARK'SNortshavines. to the willteac them, ifj.Ji.. ul'y in.I 1, to r -ad in a France, Fr r.-l.n., and1 Russia, in favour of the
Prompt pay at CLARK'S-No shaving to the ii irIi-ra I.: ii'-InIr...-Greeks; 1]-n""t-.f ezi, fr11--ml England,Spiinandc
bone. Clark and his Tickets are me.rican,.i.J nI .anh i,,, r.-nn r.* r ,: ,"', r., .-- Greeks; L.it- n.:w f..m England, Sp.in, and
true. Try them once more, atd be, rich nm, J '. '"n '. m i-i m. "hi. ...l: hi tl,' France ; Duties inVera Cruz, n r ...ri
happy.y sTp4 ry ,[ t o o b .a..,i- L.-,iil ie. s portcharges on vessels, exumra,.-.. siri-liisieia-
appy. sp Tho above workisalsohighly recommend- sures, &o. in the same Port; E.,,i nu.l"r of 11,.
ORTUNES OF TWFNTY THOUSAND ed by Rev. Dr..Willard, ofDerfield: Rev. iIr. three Spaniards of the brig Crawford'; Vessels
F- DO'LARS,;$'7,500, $4,000, $1,600,several Clark, of Amherst,(nowof Bonnington,Vt.) of, war now building ina different ports in the
ofl$1000,&c. All to be drawn in this city, (to sep 4 United States; Opinion of the editor of tlhe
morrow,) Wednesday, the 5th of Septenaber, by'"a? Ceu.fin d i t o t if
some off. CANFIELD)'S fi' lrs a nd patrons, Yordeof th e lion. Richard Riker, Recorder of Napoleon Bonaparte, published by Sir Walter
and may e obtained at the Goo Man" of the city of Nev-York, notice is hereby Scott; Vossels vitl' passengers arrived in the
FocrTNE's 0Ioums, 140 lB.,litJa i,., ,e m ._it. I leri-.r. t.ir, ,.I E'isha Huntinmton, of; portof New-York. for the lst six i nth,'s; Ar-
isnever to be outdone, e ,r in .u, .r .. I '''; -' .' )"- m" i',ventand iprison- riival sandClearances; Miscellan ousAdverti -
the Capitals. Apply imredi cI 1r Ih:, l.:... deor, to apeabefor e i-iI. -r, .' ments ; Mercantile Guide and Price Curre nt
in',viz. office', ia ity iall, oiIh.- 1i,. 1. 1 J containiing the. prices of articles, wvei~hts and c
pmize of $20000 10 prizes of$ 0a ofOctober nixt, attenocloek in the forenonon of measures thereof; Coins o' tile Unite d Stites
1 7500. 30 I ''a hat i' "innma'. .i. .. "'anrtluey hsvt;xu-oy and value thereof; estimationnbylawofforeigr -
I 40U00 46 "'1 ... .. ,.' of fi,, mo .nt's estate should coins andcurrencies,BillsofExchange,Insuranmce
1 3000 92 ini,1 be is.,d... -i, tI .menr-rtu ol allthis creditors, Companies and prices thereof, articles free of
.1 16o00 1150 ,,I'ili im ilr,. pr,--a.,t t-i,.:: lid insolvent imay -duty, terms of credit allowed at the Custom
1 1224 8280 I' i.-r tll."ul' ,"flci. ,rii.ldfrom al arrest House, duties ofimportfation,&c.-. This Number
10 1000 or imprisonment for or byreason ofrany debt or may be had'at the office of this paper, No., ,W
'PTickets $8eachl-Shares in proportion.. d,&.f .lue at the time of making such assign- Nassau-street. s3--6t g
P. C. will 'be happy, as usual, to .seive his iuni. -.' contracted for'before that time, though
friends'and patrons personally, at any tirne, ito payi.et ii .', E E1. ,; and,also,ifinprion, from SPANISH TUITION. '
hear from them per mail. .s4 d&c : hisv i,.i,..niini, agreeably to anact oftehe e- E T-E N .f'N S .C ,
.ORPORATION NOT... CE-Pubic n--,. ...-. ,-h1asi f. thme ,state of NeLw-York, entitled
-PORATION NOTICE-iPubc n it,' ain ,ohili imprisonment for debt in No. 325 "OvAD Y. B
is hereby given, that propositionsas herein- e,rt, D* L.a ed ti e d 3d of S.,e T HE subscriber infornms the puhiic, that he ci
after named, havebeen presented .ti,-. C.,,,,,,,.. ,, r" I .- "d ay of -ten- .JL hasestaiblisheda permanentclassforyoung
Council, viz:-To widen Cedar-street ten feet on' sep Gentlemen, where they ire instructed every day
,the northeasterly side thereof, from Breadway to' )Y order of the hon. John T. Irving, First in the week (Saturdays, excepted.) Terms, ten -
Grenwiich-street; also, to widen Madison-street .La R Judge-of the Court of Common Pleas of dollars per quarter. "
fromin Pike to Clinton-sts.; also, to regulate and, the-city and:county of New-York, notice is The number of Scholars will be strictly limnitel
pave Green-street from Bleecker to Fourth sts.; hereby given for the creditors of Jared L. Root, to fifteen. No allowance made for ablr'-.;.-
also, to regulate and pave Third-street from the ofthe saidcity, an insolvent debtor, to appear be- GERONIMO STA'.(';NO.
Bowe 'y i... ti.. F iIt Av-.ni,.e: al..:.. i.. r.cuiiA.: f .:.r i. ie Is Jud,.:., a I, 1,iT...:, in the City Hall G. S. also giveshinstt etion to private pupils
and pi1.. P[r.-.ad.,.i,' fri:.m T-nil l t.. TirT.:,.nil, -if hie i'ir of Ne'.-Y,-rk, .n mlle twenty-third and classes. Seminaries attended. Forfurther
sts.; al...io :,, ii, i ie I ui hIhi-ir.. 'in.-.' t ri .1.. -ln.I r l.\' -: -ioi,.. r ne\,ai it- ,'.. I...':kinthbforenoon particulars,apply as above, or at No. 65 Mercer-, w
waytoii 'iro. r.. r ..l-'in n.- -li.., ir. ri ,i \\a rr..ii .. ..Ilhiar. l ,',, ih.,.' m. .: 'in, ly theyhave, why street. .' a31-1w at
street fnri Irr.'i.Jiin ,:. si l' rer.n i 'lrs -i- ..r 'icurh .nill il-a-rgn'ini Inhel,. .,ind e -.s.:,ih :at'sestateshould d' -
parts tihr. i in, m';v le ,...:,' -at, ':--.i,. ti hIai mit b.: i' .Je.,nlur, b.'u-,ir .:''fil imiscreditorsand rBjHE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL 1
courses of cr,.-i.i ilks at 'lie iriters e.-u..r, oi I that mli per on oii' in-,? -id m.m'iovent may be for J. FOR YOOING "LADIES, No.133 Gieen-
streets .:."i' i.' ri',r: n and S.:i.,.n.ii \'.irl- ', I, r.. .'..rilerm.:rt,.rIer, r.,ieir.l t'r- .-m all arrestorimpri- wich street, under the superintendence of Eau- a
they 'i', nrl b. i i1 i' d. Ad d noi .: rri.ii- i e'.:.l.\ ,-,nniten r orbrire 'iii ot'ant debtordebts due zA m'rt-s .OttAi andSISTEIR S, 'miill he royal ..rthe t i,
further ,,ri'n, hlli if ai;n, p,'r'.:.n,- .::[ t.- .i i}r' i i.. mini 'i.f ini lii...' -. '.il i.-.gn4 entor coli- reception of pupils on M orindliy. *e.t ":1. ,"
of the pr,:,-i.ri na "-i..'. r.On.Tiiiiiieil. ihai Irede- 'ria-ut,, ..rbeforetbhattime, thoughpayableafter- Children pilaed indbi tihe care of the Misses -'
sired t.'> [r'- nit th- '-.ii,,n: ia ,mrilri.g .,i iti r.'.- -. .v.is 'i-d,also,if in prison, from his imprison- ORAti, may be 'promised every advdatage.- e 1
Comrr.. ui.:.-n m'" O i'..:, r.c .in b,:',.-.e M.:.n-.1u,, In .ni .] ._.' i r. n -r .ly i an act of the Legi'slature of There areengitged i'd the School, Pr,..,iFr'..r of J
10th inst. By order, ,' ml,,n.h: ...I N.. -Y'orkentitled, "An aqtto abo- English, two" Professors 6f French (a "iiti[.nan ra
R. GRAVES, Street..Cominm'r. lisli imprisonmentfordoBtincertaiucases." Da- and lady, both natives of Paris), aild Writing,
St. Comnm'rs. Office, Sept. 3,', 1871 -' 4 te'd thi 3d day of September, 1827. uep --61 "Dra.'win 'iKsict amnd af'itig Mas!t.rs- t"3-tj. i


SALES BE7 AUCTZON.
BY M.. HEJP,,
SFurnil re Auction St e, ,A"o. Z; ra.r'i ,j
At Private Sale--Just received, a choice ,-s
sortmieit of first rate furniture. Also, 8duz mima-
hiogany chairs, 2itspring seat and plaiiiairseeat
solfas, 2 pat crank Frel.ch bedsteaids, a superb
rosewood piana forte at $300. The above will
besold iA. %t r.d,'.t-d '' -.
S 'J-ust r..c it,.1d, 'i. 1 i.:.rn .iiau alj nwliriglit piano
fortes, I .:i .1 .L ald a lar.a uii, and c Ian bo
warranted.- ..., c "
To' Let, ..e :. tihe best Stores in Broadway,
well chl.u-t,.Ld s, a a. nlI'n.. .*r..:er or book
auectiori. ...
S il' .r-'-.HrE. ( 51E OR,
Store 202 Broadway,oeposite tie.Franklin Hostec,
S and 138 ulton-Street.
At WEDNESDAY,
At 10 o'clock, a large assortmentr,t'l,.-.u', I,..1
and kitchen furniture, consisting of.-Bureans, 4
sofiis, sideboards, dining and tea tables, work and
wash stands, a large assortment of fancy and
Gwindsor cd,.,;, *., l.t:.. rai, .J. ; T i" r,i l J. ,. ,
German and American clocks, Also,.l I first rate
.piano, a. large assortrnent of g }'mi.vr,I, Scl. u i-
kill and Lehgh coal gra, i' ,'-'., ,c.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
150 doz. of Chairsof all.descriptions iln knock-
down, suitable for shipping, and ready for deliv-
ery. Also, 150 dozen assorted such as Grecian
curled maple, Fancy and Windsor Chairs,
suitable for families, &c: All these goods-are
manufactured in New-York by. the:'best wuok-
men, and of the best materials, :
7 7Lr.
M A "i NCL ., R ,,' "d'rI',, "'"
1 2. 212 B I,-,,, I t.. ],t .. .I1 .|,, ,r.I ,* .
-.. ic 1.' r.. J.with the rna)iiilg- pa rt-of his-
r' ., ... i r,. Ir.. 1issincere ackuowledi-
ments to those .hr, t,. favored hi2 .with their
'.itc.ni in tl,,: Ci.,p(- 1:,,i aisd assures them tlihat
I. rii ,, e. i- ; ie .as sljl.d iia
n.?r;,d:',:r,r' i..:.ii.:[ o Ta retire i.., thMe Cot,
..t a.. ':, a,,l i,.., L. rinyl.ave, understood, tn
i ,'m'from business W.VA. P..illpo.iiivel. xsil
l": -. i' inh/_r, tru: '*nil rar t.lcr,:.i Lr 1k "! i1 .' ,,ni
11 ...:. in:,L rr. Inr 1,u ih i d ,. J .\ r,.:a- L .,- '
l ,,, i ii'In, r.nC busir.n. adapted t0 ii arria -
nartd. tof te rlia:. a 1i l'xv ii,
VI. D t I" .' i : D .

">< PRINCE, FTTlolii,:r, bas rhonlrd ,'ivn
*. ^ NTo."_'9 L r.,-,l. to N .,. 1 ,l, ri ,, "
opposite the Arcade, where le a1,... *,',ilrirr..cc
fllh. in- ,u..l:. ,arm ._., ,,.l.,, .0.,,, n, ts, w lhih,
.in im r, r -.l., C :.ll t. f.l I,, ei -. l i. any waor cf
-ini ir -:ir,l .t .:r -,..i p to if ,-i,,,. it. p. .. ,
tinuesto keep his usual assortmentoftrimmin [rs,
used in curtain wor,. arid i fi inl,- t ri r.-.]ii
for public inspectio wl,. : it d ,r,,
sucbhvanried XI,_ o ,. m,~. di'.,r) a, d ear-
vings as are of the ta'i i -i,I l .fi i ,:t
pieces of' cabinet furniture as deserve special no-'
tice. Received by"';t. ,,;. .iL, f-i:.m H.avre, .imI
just opened as about Ic,. i, cn r l,.I.-ant milk.
: i, -i. ~l: ,,.... entire new od'el,.andil
on sale; crimson, blue, orani.e. i .moil., ,pd.'hii...
India, satin damasks,'mor,-, :,- m:inn. .'..i-
S:,rious colours and prices, clnir ila l-.b If ..'rir. r
nr. d. E :,. :.k .:n.rn ,i l 1=, .:,l, a Fr, Ch \virde..)
orn a tli; i .., Irn. r ,il .-. .i i ,, .', ,,i r -'.I n.'r.
ings,m:ii li.li m irl.ni :... .. c.-,ipr..-i'g,.
a choice and extensive assortient'of upholstery
articles, which is offered to tie-'public, or'those in
the trade, at reasonabli'pr'ice. ".
N.B. Window ornaments re-,ilt, and piano'
ir.:.t:-, ,th..l ['. ,'.: ,:i :,: ,J,,'i :,men a ,- ,. :p a
rj- .- ii : .
i (./. rli.1 THEATRE.
F ORP.1AL-T-'I ChrC. ,,,, Theatre. .En-
quireat No. 7ti C .'I- h, .ii ,,:, al ,
D R. SIMERS has removed to N9. 44 Broad-
w 'vay" a27
W fLLIAM N AI i rlUr ,,.,, d., -
I0 0'.. I O fi..I. Er, :r. '' lHi.1/ .i "'
W ELD PLANT AND WELD SEED.-
3000 Ibs. superior Weld flant, ,-.fAmeri-
can gr-.,nvth 3110 ls. Weld Seed, raised in this
c.:. ,,r I r |1,I W.- .V1' P.' hTR 1. E,.
a- Il'.i.w No. 10, Gpld-stree. .
T -\L...-,, N..w C,,:p.-..,ii lar i,eTe'-
I,?$, ,.I r., .: .: "...|i. ar-'" i. I ,
S\ 'ILLIA:,I f.\:r .IDr;E ,
al d&c. No. 10Goldst. near Maidenlane.
TIMO.KELLOGG; Merchants' Exchan-r,
S continuesto devote .. ,if" i. i.,'..ir'.,
and sale of Produce and "l..r.,h,,,.; r i,, r:Ali,
procuring freights,&c.1 All .,,.i, I, t'- hr,mk-
fully received and promptly attended to. a3 .

MOThONEY TO -LO.X.Y
QIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS canll be
kJ had at six per cent. intr-rc-t. an ar.pit.. l
property in this city, i,, s n., ...I L tjan .
on application to Dr i';;..3 ..- im m, Gra', ".'-'
corner Sullivdn-street. "a29-tf

" .'' 'ED---1 "'it. of' arfit.ie ad-
LV dr r ), ,,,[ 5.).i,,:!enr 1.-. f!-,: ,-o, r i" ta
L lteliry i ..,f ie S\ah d, I-or hth .rjls ...- ,.
fair compiensat:-i will be giyei. U.in..m,m ,..ilt."
bIs references will be required. Address V V.0.
through the Post Office, in hand-'. ifinr.- ilEl,.-l
appiLc-int, g ;in nr,.ic, re;id n.-c and
Bl.p ;,-2l . ;:*.
- ANTED-A Wool Sorter and six Broad-
" cloth Weavers. Apply-. .i 1( l("' -. .1
sep 3-dGc4 WVTLL.\ihi1 '. L I';li[l Gt

TO MERCHANTS AND Of l-11 It.
-I/- ANTS a situation, a young man conver-
T sant with the French,SSpanish, German'
and, .r tii, I niiin .lr. .
.WANTL .a --' .a.t in "' wholesale e and ie-
tail grocery store, by a young man of cdai-m:,..r
alll .: per, ure.. I .
WiANTS a ,Tja ,.,i,i young -man experien-
ced in the drug business, wishes employment, is
conversant with several jin.j],.-r '
WANTS a situation in a'jobbmng store
WANTS a situation in a grocery store, a young
man who can give unqiestionablerefereince.
.N. B. Several young ai .J im;ddie a-d.d ai,'..
ire in want of situations ii b.:..-.l..lm..,.r,, ",1.:..
nen, &c. Porters, collectors and barkeepers are
waiting patiently for the order of thIe merchant.
Now gentlemen you who. want, please/ call and
nake a selection, you can be suited with person
f unquestionable, characters and well experien-
ed. Forparticulars,.apply No.35 mllihm -...
ear the'Post Office, sl-4t-
NTANTD-an Office in the lower part of
ST thiecity.- AddressA.at-thisolffico. [a 2t
S ANTED-a Wonemn, to do the workofi ai
v small family. She must understaml
washing and ironing. Apply at No. 44 Broad-
Tay., :Also, a small Girl. ,, a27

|TANTED.-Bils of tie Jersey City', .Loe-
SV bard, New Hope, and Frankliu (N. TJ.)
anks, for which the highestmarket price, either
ash or tickets will be paid by
TIMO.KELLOGG,Mcrchants'Exchange,
al adjoining Post Office. .
[TANTED-Two boys asapprenticcsto' tho
V, DrugTrade. Apply to
JOHN ( IO ,P.r[-: 'IN
a20 1W 188 Greenwich street.
yt/ANTED-a coloured Woman, to do timo"
! ,Washing an! rCoilrin nf- -, to ";|h-
lhocanproducego.dr,:,ii rm,,r.hiltm.mi"\ [,pi ni
No.'39Vandewa-;.i..-mrr "" ic 1I."


W-'ANTED-A LAI) to attend in a Retil
Grocery Store, about .15 or 16 yearsof
e, in the ripper payrt ",If r ,i,;1* Tie a ost
:. n i. 1 mli' r an.lo r .i rc-f r ,iJ. Ii- -i.

E. [S,'TE &' I. ASEHOLD PRO-
s LTY b,'r t .. i ~-..E.1 at the lowest
ates ric.-..rdll I ,;'.l. 11 -
S OOLDSMITI,2,Graiid,
p .. *c a rari ?








FOR.S&qLE. J* ""
r.-T c'ra ,'gprvir Hause, 52 feetby 40, LIST OF LETTERS
it tt al N, -Rohel, l I e pro- R- i,-.5e l n t,".: Post Ofl;,:. c/i,.' v* V. -
port a Ci pta n Fanning, c'- in nin, beauti-" r'ia, ,. lf Ilt o Sptriltr, 1I~
fiul .ews ,f the. Sounl and Long Island, with a 9' -r.-.C aILri r ti-I letters are desired
coa,.i -inru. stabii k;khen and dIov r-r.i eJ-r. 'i l^.h t. -
in a thi'h tale O' iulti atr.n `rr, .. lTi l.at _r.hnri .-d i b i
with a td vi ra tve l, avi plant;, T Ir.. ,re' r ":-.
.einta resaandahailfofarableandt a.a-:tre Lan;d. Anidrew Aid.J Didred Allen
highly improved and cultivated, immediaiel) :,t- Io't",aOd Allen JAo Andrews -
ti.Ih,,id Io thi :.u ,-, which i- sulrouided al tl .leb A.ir t'.r n Jno Arnmstron
,autir Li -hrulbcr,y; Ti li..1 -.- is a ,:a m .:- L .l'i Arnirid Fdanncis H Abbot
niejit and pleasant dr-tanrl fLrom ithe BcEi,n cadetWar c Allon .niAdrr.n
Tornpikeroad, which t b-?und-e t or; ti ?. I L AdaJ. a C-a Jos Allenl.
.ie from New-York.-to. w-ch place there is G'ot le.r:i u Isnac Averil
c.,-a.ntinar co municatin b', t every da r. Phil Allen ... 1.A B Allen
Thle hor,usJe,, ir.j n-,andJ-r- JunJ, ire -dar'p.'d 'r : Ati'. : i fIa:. A ,rn .tlr-.i .
,h r -i n nr ,.:rt ern--- fanil. ther.:c i r,, H 4Ad.,.i JoeilV Aidi '.-
art lofry,uandc icrcratld n finie.ll .iii ne mon WmFAdars MissSudran ibAlaire
r-lr: 'iu s 1 1.l llie .-..il- arn rid.:.- in, the '.- Jos Abnnelhi : .dAllI.en: .
-;('m.i pr e'nri laid anid 1. i"Ib.1 1uin ul I C.1 i, r.l,.n r L A very l in.i nd A rii, ,:.. "
variety. Flor rae .p.-rnbl. .:tatlhat ut, ,ih e M h- .J-anet Armstrong V\."r iAd,
lItere are clhidren. the ituath;on w ouldl be pco.u- i. .:- A ,;-..i MAllel Jno F Ash
har' denirable, a-i thre,- iIt lassir and ,t,,.T,-a (.ap J-I. Atwood Wm Anrdrews
iercial tirmnar in th l ,l.>.e, conducted on a J ly* Anderso Miss Jane Armstrong
M,,-vt f riLe ntr si;, i-m. J3 Andley Jno Atkins
i .. Lnni SOG-FO R SALE,- /. Harriet Ansalon -.Giovanni Armstrano
* A n ell f rii .llt d H.:- ie nntl. pFwhist ',,nvc nit l Mr.s Win All....n '
rooirnsr attached.to hide.!c, ;f a _b-rdcri, -tabl-.. B -.n '
aelm a g.;.d well O' waler ltheD olesituateiim- Jos Blakem.an rHnanBlashfield -
mtdhlafe, oppo rite ,t.. al. property.. The mrBlackwood C ,,-a,,,-I, P -
ra i leaanti ad i .r, llr 1:atd n ti T os Bradfordjr Fl.
turperoad.airin the tilv.n : i a Sornerland Bartan Mr. Chi rloitte Blad





S ch1 p el r o a d lan e C,.,MdR V r ,SE r ,t h l,, ll.L l i i b' .n y R .
For more ar lple nn;:.rmatD. :,T ard t:. .. t. n. Df i ,i: ,r. ir Daid Baird
iremiLe,. roapplrt rC ill. c.. jo *ry l N,'. 13 Mar BlackI. Nelapt Wm Baker,.



R tv'eei,h ano Mr. E .it a Kingl ait-, rii-ey L r|| \ a-. K r ih l.ie \.r d Ea -
Gerardus Port. N ,,I-Y.:.rk. a" [iar ar d
as i%'dl 1. lG aw e-Inn U ]l B di1 i i F' e r BlIkr B hF
t1.lra an L DaLn Bral.Cre l !: i
-- TA ? nC'm d l'Er ,T, rC T. l .. ,r, P 'l h ii t r.:r i r, r 'l,-n "
f_ Onl. Ltnche [,r Del aMlate. at P urhengtnr fM P al,.,tin andrew Baker

This property ij %il be ol'd ','ry ,iain,. I E .n- *i BFnt Zeeba, Baker,
sre o ena brik m erj in.i l ar a.i r:.-. S ir lan ,.-i l i i [.i B -,rl L I i rinn Bl,,.,.i
na grid, i -r,l ,;h a i; 'ri lar-v ri -a Fri l. pi L,.i. BIr d.. e- r a... m.ln ri i Bal '
aotily ; ata .r:son'"' rrcr G ai.e l'rill tl, .n : al r dE P.,l,. i P tr. I D lr-ii
f r Bnrc-I oand h-h. Dla darc. F,,r : .. .eJ .l ba-. l -i cap oBenjamin B rne-
a'2dlin 0S.F BLOOMFIELD. 1 F--.,t iA F- L l- r- mi lr, r.. J -

-- The ne tv -_,r, br-- n B ae h i' "` --.. I [a n uxt
Sstsore on ti e ca-hir t i -a i l, .:e, :i i .r tai, :, a,,azo Betan ou xt
S between t 0, Melra l, iO t _.-iL, ,and Fi i "tl -tr tl r- -_a -:,tcl;l '
Sn. ,o-nl Ieo I a rI r le f: 'r. n I ,,- i N .-r .Izi ,. t I L ,h rIi-I'. ),i -i H riN Fniin t n
ta.n- a S r..r and B .'1 R.:, .R i l ,tI6 n .i -I r iu .. Lninard
floor, twi,- R-.', ;lr i-di .- do-. r' ao a h -. a [l.i- l o:r aNelson Benham ,
oo thesecLnd li.r : rthe-- in. n ,rr -alli, Ii h d .n. .,r. J- hB lee ck
iainra 4 R ta ri. a cr-a i ..: ir id (e' I ii,'Ka-r, P ,r B11- r s .:. n o u ,r ty1-y
en ait ian (h-) na a '. -a a '' 11.V 'iA ,-1 r ..l P ,Inr i P: ,.E.I B irc hir
coin t rni-iinc>, siJ ta. le I.rn a i .-i'' I-, Til I i t .L J,,, r -Br -lil oalr r. '.n b .-;,
situa onfr3 iinc ndrr,.r:l S i', 3 n, 'i .lrv l Inc t W ir B tr Fr lin Bu; :nli
l id r flduslwiatlr, lhe i -t.n nt d' i l Erht. Al. r l .:t _nial :1 P =arS Bedrne
ag eridTcnent. Afp1 lv-, i.- IV RS& CO. El; ,o ra .- 'l I,:i ln..ii
ae14 N,. Iti; V arv, titt1De. C r *.1l..i '. ,:- r Dr\ alir r Booth."

i L A, P n ud ra e 'te ar, t de po v-,is in..- i r B r:.,ir. i i!-d B u ..t" n
S-t 3 I le l 'diii. i T--Ilit L.n -u irfi l antr ir r I. 'n Pr- sin B-.'tiJcli
pil:eaint retidear. ocalh,t F) i .a li ,--. Pw.h ri- .n i B .i i ..' Z c- ari -r B-.- -r
roar d beia n 4 .th er tl. r an I. ,: th A t r, a D -rn Br.-->,. ela J..nli BiI n .
smit-d dstane a.-oLve Love-.lanii. A aniir.- of 'Jaz B.:vI Sidney Bowen -
frmir, good water, a_ bethi rtua'ioor. AlEo. a Ali,'-,r [ilrel l Paul SBre wn
rn e ll c isI on lth, ii rr m ,..' :lr:.r -,at l. anri f d ,fm: B,.,:- f i i a Br-. a r -
an excellent medi,:,n.di q a1 tv l ,r l.,ilta ij d l rtr ,r 3 [ Brown II HBi-rd t
blntr. buL 'Q H-.2 e intl- r.: n1," Cit l a AriU L-,r r B)r,,r.d.no, .r p BcitW 'n tR B.ver
Pit' to GEO VIt LSiIN, Clhl ,-'tti bilt Br",.n
2 i. t tO e l Mhi rnl .c irl rn i ,-I r'.'. n i H orai,:n Birth
i- T Ioi. nor, wNit-I .IcI B..ll \riptm BW .-l



Ti?).i i .") lI.Eic n h i'it 1 -in*. -. --ni ln [ -' h F ...l:- .n.
rltd l-.n13. 6. "Go W' B ird
Aia p t a l a n '..Cl ". -i at In n r J F r. li- ,rtn : E od lane r er
No 2 rani -e 'i-t -.. B _1-l i Br n.' N-.J l F Bollr ,

2 Lt r i t-iithe. Li, a-cn-nna-s r -.-eo L .-de -" t --Brig- -its-, ;FBallrtn
11t.H-. .i t I H I roa HiramtB ic.. Usa nl Burteing

bFd. bit lv dayv'Z s orl- ,',f tin, Li.'-tl iniii-ifl', LouIi Bi..e John Byrn
l'it ',-iilt J.#1O rwm' T ,:.-,t i r, F I':a' tir pit' i;,: Bii :n 'Joshua J Burkey "
--ale L-tr i 23 F".:l -i ; nh,-f'. ,,-t -lJ r l r,,r.I)y I.rh:... Edwd Buirchard
l !t l.,-t deep. Ne -ly ha-Ill' f- .f- po' ia.a ha e- Eno L.'i B:.:_' t-(Orriri Burbank
n.y" riita rtn iin 'n mor;:',!:e. .laa S urg: ; Edwd BuxtonI
AL:-n-a tHOUSE nid'L ,T iT L,.-p,,n-ird-,-t. .lit B.l., ir.n. missEliza Reek- ,
Ir s% i. ,:v n C h in r e in .l C i l -'alb: t:'. -r. i i. h B rF'I.na n / n ir e n tli le r i r B ,P% r
f1'ir-ie Lii;ldn t'full Ci i IZ I r.ei. IC)r 1.-'. i ,rW Bur-li %Vm \i% Prin:t-
.\ o. LOTS ,ii I'. r nd .t-i .tri: .a, L-Lw eni .-.. ,hri B-al-rn W m Burtsall
5th and i ii- ri ,.i r;t-il-r i ',.-" -W m G Butler
AtI-_'i. ) LOTS in '-'i i .:. hl..,rhi.'.id ..t'M r I l':kl -y n i r ti'- Harriet iButler
hisUs-.ni'lle. Al:.,. 3J -i LOT]" 1 I: ii- ii.ti 01I" R.:h h ri-t 'i ine m BritiinlIim
Btoominm .dale. B.tl-i.tl:r '- -. r :' :li'-.-n lip-b iitL- rin Bell Zacharali Bril;nk
n-f the lIud.jon R v..-r. and t- i.- i. n the 0lih r-d -ir. r F'PlicbeBellamy Jonas Brick .
1Oi. ar-rinte. S'at. rp,,rt ,,11 ..:' : ':.ijld II Eli P- trl.rd'jK W m Brecknell
ai,.,Ir 1. .-" _- .i' 1: ii:, : ,: 'h. arid t-..' b--,li -dd In-:. L B. ile rej Br;]iiiaul :
r.T.t;i-. ar'? j h. il- ai. -ii.,i:, t ,ii-.- i r,; ":'.oral pue Dre Br,..ltcr clia- Pird "
'fl'acr-_' f.Gi i,- i r :.i r 'i vaal- iLle r dJ'.'nl- ritat Br: aitY' mIr Biin hani
lirri h:,,j'',: and i',s In.-v ir :, hn ,l br- li vl t ,r,: .Ja,.-iJ' bill ir" ,i 'raftin Binney
',d!i -,: ii! ,.,-:, hr, :e,'-r i i.i --a-'.r ', ,ih'., upL.ai mi :_r.-im Bell tsamn B ills
d; i;'...n l,. 1-i-..i n.. t e i,.1_ a, r I, I. "-. uip,:,, 1 iL .:-,- -.:rj B;ni n.-: :
-v.h -bl tii,,', rt::p.'- rll i niJ. Tr --' '-" i:ral Fran.,1-l. ,,:;'1,1 l.:n B tr.-?
irat:' t i-- a dll d-:,:, in- thi .-niit..aii .-n ,:4 ri'nd ,- J.I- H..irl: J Boislane
duIl; -r.t.:. fe.el d,:ii ; ',_,lt",i,,;e-t,,g thy r p' ia, l L .j-:,- ri Brigham miss Isabella Brown
is iil r:i-'it ,e -in j Bu i.I-attn ..-man Bowen'


Ful r.-.. ri.. lal a il. r ',,' -"I C
\\. H. V'.N DALIEM, Canirpl..ll& Sands
N :.-.. 1-'1. V :iL:.ri-.- I c.are.- C Carey
N-. B.-L.-.in- p,:,rre.v .t..n aiiin.:un ..-i-Jd pr-o- Fll-en Callaghan
p,?rt in i li .r '.I'. F E '-"n1'
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tlr. vi;l ;]icrea.- ,r r.at, ,as no -cti..I o"' I re rd berI W Cnd, ,:t
-our counitrv y betlu.t-i il..ulated to support a ait C, rrn
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Noath Ar,.ri: in Lnand .\,',, ( mary Collina
intN i '-Yrknnah Darralh
M \NGAPRSE-Jot i rec-ivd, a fevw caask elhas Reeder
1L. and for sale hv ,Edmund Dare
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Hartwell Camer, M D.
Jas Cary
Jean Chapron -
lMir gr C-'irk n '
Ede d Cl.,nirnrg
capt David Carter
John D Campbell
John Campbell
Wm Chanven
Diqnl Carpenter
n.au-- miarjt Carnaday
rnmary Canitl-ry
retriar,,' Crawford:
Ge.- Clh.-'e -"
Jas Clarke
Hamiltoit Campbell
capt Thephilus Chase
Mr Charnolet'
John Chessman
saml Creer '
moses Clement,
Barnad Ceatens
W HCrEa.li
col G I% C'r ajh
Edmd B Crenstaw
Joseph R Ceiey-
S'arisi CLI.i ni u
Tfm-toilhy Clizbe
Jas Clinch .
4 chas Clinton -
Jas Criehton .
cipt C(1inlri:..:k
risar\ (Cnnri r
p-rdnyi' i r.lby
Th.-', Ciook-e,
\\ Coulan i -
r. .il l C .:-,.b .
hbn W Cochfiel
J is M Coffrey
avid .w Cobb
Tnr..: h H C.i ongdon
srs Connrelly
nov clha jamc-' Cook
bain i on -n
Ernith Ci :'acI
saml Cotb
Tb-s C' :oiney -
11Vm C1,1uur -

lIon C.aali e
J hlni Colu ..in '
F[rtag. Cobinrarie
Abm Cl-vI:k

niic .Iasie Cinnnnin.s
Hugh Culhn

miss market A Cinnrin,'-
Edliv Chur' a-l
Partan Cunnrnglhaoa
nin- Hen Ceviian
nirnraIn Cruttenden
'1Th CItn mings
Thos Cookr
marE'ltCuhrts
Jas C'aovel n n

mrs adalihno LDav's
Jas Dallace
Hen Dragien i
inai- El;:h Dar
ohm M Da-.,


Jno Davis
Isaac Dine
Dr robert'Darrah
simeon Draper
Eliza Davitt -
alexr Drake -
a.Drake :
Juiatthan T Decke:
John Duvliu
NI.-s Sally Devbri
L'arles D, lrre'
J:.!:b, Des inripct
Alh'r-d Di:nn,:i-on
William Deverne
John Dean
'Theodore Deboise
.Aaron Denman
J B De Bree
Joseph M Deveau
Mrs. Caroline A

John P Dewint
James L De Witt
William,P De Wit
MN. LMair N D- i-
Cyru -. Diar li. in
H-iey Dia rainrill
121lSen-..,r Rique tie

-Tinmo & Danl Dea.
Win Dey
Jas Dovine
Jas Muck Debrell
At' D,-Pl-.a2r

Barrana t Dcklyne
Dearborn
J'B De Bree
DanIl Derby "
Geo Donavan
P, i' it D ,..i l.. I
.All'i F D F ,.r
1:1 ., G D i G
S t^.II Lnu;.ll
']c Du i:.i: -rry.3 ;
a,,li L,)i l'.a.
I ,. D~ lrl,,,n
Mr .'d-.,ni: r i.mola

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P.i]r[ici D- al're "

WViri P Eil
MI.r,i.- Emi-.nds
Tli,.-. Er-rider
Ge-. -r. Enltis-
.r rd.'aird,
J,li,. E..rl
Tl-i,., 1 hi ef-orr
Poriner V Earl
Mrs Jane Edwards
JimesEvr. "
3-.in Ed'ward,

.nJr Farqiar ,
capt James Franc:
:'i:i liic Fin. ri- i

Th-:' Farr
inn a Farrow; -
Josh Frazer
li- Fis
.I ,. B i-'rs :.:r .
aaron H Faic I;
ir ... Fartr i,,
il i .I., -i, .|nsi: Fai
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Jno Francis
caleb D Ferris >
, iiiiriI Ffr-- ina
rif ar, rcrn,.h

sam 3B Fisher
Lucius Field
J.no bof Thos Fish
sam Flinn '
Jno Flinin
JnoYitzsimmons-
A KF;:.
Dai- Fii.iruemr,.Oii
brhnard Fitzsimmo
robert Fitzgerald
Fat Fines
Jno Finch -
,rev augvstus Fitch
Jno Foley
Azaiah H Force
htrrj Fl.:, d
Sip EL.-:.r Foster
Wm Fowler
Jno S Fowle
miss Eliza ann Fost

John Gaylor
John Garrett
miss almira Gager
miss'mary Garden
mrs sar.al Gray
Winthrop Gray
mrs Lydia Graham
dr .Graham
Henry Galway
Jas Gray
ann'Gafeney
trits-Rosannaha G

ThI.,: G 'l ,.i'r
;.u ra irt-'t G;ill,-an
:iiri t. arnc hins
m.is mary Geary
mis1B aary Green
John Grey_ .
'messrs Gee St. Gu
chas W Green-
Joseph Green .
miss Louisa Griffin
H,-rni.r. Griffin
Geo Gill
J. hrn J Gii: -niti'r
E.li in GillnI
Wm Given ,
,Rev Sam] K Ginni
John Giles .
A Griffen -
S Gibson '
Monsieur Gordon
Capt Geo Goodiri
Jas Gotchell
Ab.:al Goodwin
Ili 3 Isabella Go

Fred WS Graysorn
Jas Gray
CM Gahagen
JoseH Gardener

Sam] W Hayley.
Geo Hrirdiastle
Ric:hairI H,i k--it
Chelirney Hlarniaun
J F Haulnks-
RiLiird F-iar.'ourt
Mis; Bn.nJg.-t Hart
Dan ,i H-rinnir
Fran--i.Hall
.l.:.irni M Hrism, ir
Lli.a Hats
C ,p.i G;di-.n iind
\'rma Iairdmarin
F! Haiinp|'hir. -
\V'n In i,.lkett
Th,:.-- H Henrtid,:.n
iMl H,'arrirel H,:rn
J,-in--.un Fl-Il-rn
JI- H1bodd'

rmil Hearnhn
.\nlrthinny FHrgu '

chas S Henry
,Jas Healy
nmrai S:r.sh HTrinry
m 'iine S H[Inderi
DPal lenrihlnt
anil Hewit
davis Hr;\ey
Edward Hine


Elihza Hiblibrti
samnl B Hall
John B Hal.steiad
.IJs Harlay-
da.n Harvey
Nqthun Havi-n'
mrs. anna Harringti
-:apt Hnfl.Lnd
.1 -i. J-1 Hill
rarni-s Hall


-chas DanieLs
Wia H Davis
is B Daniel
roger Davis "'
rev Noah Davis
mrs Ann Dsvis .
master Edw',m Daniel
r Cyrus Dearborn
A De Havens
_Joseph Drea
Gennoar Del Nou
David Drue:
Wm Demarest
'Wn Deletant
Jose Francisco Ds Le
a D.: [-,,m. [ o
T Dickinson'- .

S -aul Diliadatll
De- Wrn B D[iini,'.'
wint Dr.Jas Dorus- '
S John Doughty
Nathl Dlockhain
t Lerwear Dollar
'itt Ann Doran
David M Dooie
e .Jas Doherty
Ga-E B Dodson
[rate 'Miss, Eliza Dowse
ae WmE D.-,t.,o *-
Jas D--rikui-y
Jas Dor : .
A BDouglass
Jerh ldge .
nt'. Andrew'Dorgan
T-T Doughty
-John Doherty.
Chas Doolittle..
DrJas Downs '-
J.-t,-hn Dr ,iia ;' j .

.. osH Dllis
Patrick Duffy," .
Mary A. Du:-.:n.rr- -
ir .John H Dui:arui-a
,Dr Dyker
SJohn Duffell'.
p ,.'E b en D u,,r .1 u n '
M Srs 'El.e Duni-ir
S .Lewis bnuiliin

S' Capi ',..[.-Ei[ .-.:n '
Dri W;. S E...L,
'-'" ,rl Ellis t "
: f-i -Emtons
CD5r F inl


S1 ,t.Ili'.in Lrr rn ,
',Villiam Ena

rW Freer ..
is a Don Do Ferrera,
in JnoPeilson ,
col'.Josh Fleetsa '
". dr Lewis Frepch --
J.1i b F., h.,.
iin,' LIl mi F'rederr;ek
I i-n Frt-.:r i
.-ri F -:d.ri .l;

2 nFreelf
Y n-'- n,;,- J.r .: F r,_ii ',n
ri.:. -- Fr,.li,.t & Ed
[ward
Jno Fleming. -
Smrs Eliz,Freenmat :
Jno Foster
Sr Jas' FYd. ,
miss mary C Frost
S. Jhp Fox
N Fowlver .
col Geo P Forrest
Minarg Foster
charlesFox
andrewFernander
Salvin.Fox '
capt Freeman'Foster.
'-ns Jno,Fox -
Jas R-Ford
miss mary Foree
Ezra Floyd
ThosK Foster.
nmrs Ann Foley
messps Foreman & Co
Purdy--Foler,.
mrs Mary Ferguson
chas Fuller
Wm Fulton
ter
G
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Jane Gray
r Jas Granby
ier Geo W Gay
sextus T'Gaillard
Geo Gray
na mrs Jane Gahn
LorenzoDow Gale
t i.i" E li. Gnir
r.n-n. r r .Itin-
r.ir G it.lhnlt ,
SF Grverend
ardi-- Amos"Greeu
[ner John T Gleason
Johh Green
',G G Gh.(itnv
,Sutton Green
Eli Gilnan
R.,lt B G;lltr;:t
IM Gll -.pie I
nn Mr G;dda.
J,:.hn G.ibbv
S .'lJohn Gilbrt
S lr: (;illin.2 .
Elain Git.b-
Newton Gilbert
Mr J rne GJta:.l-n -
S iHeliry) Gillinr.Eia .
WV GG,:....:in
ings .John Gorden ,
Capt ,li-,:oh Gould
Is-ar, B G..jad, in
t L,; ii G '.)denl?..
\.'. A Gird ni
g'. EdJ, Guiijun
JS Giu.tin .
-Eu..'ie Guib,,rd
uve- 'Jr., S SGut.:i n
neut Gia ( Gan.
mr-, Eliz2 Gardnr.
S.'cpt Joanrlann Glay
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mr- t:arolin H;in,-kley
cha, a Hmnckklu -
ciapl Jalbe Ha;klsyev
capt Hbburn
tin : nrary n. Heni--ni
.Joti)Jpin Higir
ha-n Haill "
Johen lI.i,'en"
.messrs Hawley and
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Sinr HamTTil:&n 'Bur

Scir Hanker -, -'
Geo Hauqudinser
Hez.seltli HIrt.
pt H iii ll'
r c ih .l s H rri /
* aIit.l Hairs;
iJriephn Haffle '
Giiiainii Hal!
".-nil h-[ckr.y
nr Harall '
llorati'-HamIelirun
Sm-.r Hardy
prp om Hamilton
rrr Johrn Halla
capt Rl.It Hall
m-r-ha:l Iarklnn
Timioliv\ Hardigin
FFrOra-nn H[lIth
The3 Harris /
SW m Ha-.tun
sami \V Hjwl,-Ky
clhni.-.n Hflain
J,1 H Hell


capt martinifatel
W Harrison
Rev dani Hall
Jno I Hicks
Wmr-H Hilson
mrs Hill
Philologus Holley
Hen Hoyte
charles Hoyt
Phillip S Hoffman
asab helA Hotchki
sam Houston
Wmn W Hopkins
Willis Haskin
SWmn CHouaigton
Is Thos Holmes
Retue Hooker
Mr Hook"
Those Hanesty
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M r" an. li-rInil :,
morris howard
Wm'P buggins'
benj hutchinson
captF N hug-lies
Geo W huggins.
D hutcihinson
Pat hyde
R S hutchinga
SWn lIIuglhs
miss margaret Hu
P'Hart
John Hallam
Mrs Charlotte I
Capt Richard Ha
Jacob. Harman

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mnrs sarah Johnst
Daul Johnson
RJones
micliael Joyce
.mT, i .ijtl J-.,linrion
Ii-.- L J.or s-
misns catharine

tnr Johrson
l N .I ,,, ,
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SJnolves
sarah James
L Albertt h James
nmrs-Imary aon Ja
Walter Jackson



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JMarcs Kelley
Gabri;iel JohK.nly
.jamin KeLtvr
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Jadi'S Lamb
Peter Lambert '
J I-I W Lawson
Johih b Larroach
John P Lefobvre
Eliza Leffingwel
" Alexis P Lespera
charles a Lee
c W Legier
AlexraJ Leonard
.John Lenox
John a Lee
WP T Lee
Alexr Leary
sarah Lowis
Win b Leavy
sydney s Lelfing"
a Le oy
sallyLewis
H1Tnr- Little
Iali Lilnt.:l
Danil Lin -gir-t..in
'Go Lockyer
Elijah P Lovejoy
benjamin Locker
:m r L -:l ,- ,iii:
Joseph H Lowell
Jias Lovell '
charles F Loing
a c Low '
-. -ek,.-I L.: ..-- ,'
'Fi,-.:.J..
mal-y Lowlrisbury

Fa ny NMyers
. Robt Mercer
J &. W Mead'
!olonil,-"M I,.h1,4l
S J-na.ln. Mie ]
M ilkr ." [-.-al
.Jared C Milll
Marv E BMili'heil
Tholia R M,ilIn
\Vrm ill l.er
Jam.n. H Mi.:h-.-ll
.1-a.-A N ill:.
Mary Ann-Miller
John Mitchell, -
James Montgome
A F Morris
Dunbar Morrill
JarnesMoore
Enoch C Moore
SDanlF Moses \
SF T Moss ,
Sylvester F Moun
E HMoore
James Martin
John Matherson
Hannah L Martin
SLawrence Martin
N .Mnning
Mary Ant Marsha
Warren Marshall
R Mansfirld .
Patrick Mahon .
T'homas Maining
Daniel Maw
Patr..:k Maly
NMarg.retN Mai'ainl
C'lcittr MNiv
.& : \\ M i'I ell
LoeisaMead
Wm Messihger
Charles-Magee
Johln Mayo
charles Marriott
John Martin jr
saimerelMorris
e V Maritina
Geo W Mason
antonio Marcadal
Stina M-.:key

l.ni)n r.Jl Nh';u
.iJas pli !a ilirn
Hush iMayiner

Ed's d MIistuan


RoLt a Mayo'

Jamies MM1asoli
\Valtl:.r I'-Allislor
.iam,;lI M'Dride

Joel M'Colluin'
.harles Il -Gulre
Georgeo l'Camlin.
J.ia niI M'CIn'uo:
SDanmel M-'LwLky


1h Benj Hayden
dr samI P Hargrave
E L Hanton
Jno Henry Hodges
.,miss Eliza M Holden
mrs I M Holley
c caleb T Howell
mrs Horniea
mrs Hgisart
S2 miss House
iss hugh S Hedge
Ebenezer A Hollcy
capt henry Hodgson
mrs ioarvy Hgland
I r WmV Hoyt
Jno Hough e
SLewis Howe
Edw Khotch
Philander P halcomb
'., Win Hughan ,
Archilfald Hubblard
Anrasa Hogar
Wm Hungerford
EsbonHusted
Jas Hurley,
o ichd Hluddsdn
Wim K Hunt
Harry Humphries
Henry Huntington
Dani Hydeo
inter Geo W Hughes
Jar is P Hart
Edward A Harrison
[an:key Elcazer Hand
alsey Geo Haight
Saml Hamer
, 'I&J -' :'' "
S-. ehas InJersoll

ton Isaac Jonssjr
Jonas Johnson
t r. i ..Iri J.'ran

ann Johnson
Dr: c -:;, Wi.:- ,l
John-. iV.' JI,--,
[ston -nobrt Jcono-
D.:. t R .l.:t rl,' i .
Gee G Jewit :.
am Jonatha.n Jewitt
harrict Jefferson'
,.-,- .'I.2-bion

charles Jenks
Winm Foster Japaes
ackson A Jacksoifn
S m Jdacksonc

S aridrew v Kerr'
capt Win, l,-,di-jl
miss lI'air'-,i l.i
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lio John F Lawrence
lie John F Lawrened
John Lamb
S abigailLathrp .
david E Lampson ,
2 captfd Laidlaw
J- & c La Metto
lambert Geo W Lee
; Elizabeth Levering
nee" Joseph Levy .
LJas Lester
Martha Le-Roy
nmrLefranc .
Wmh Lennen
Henry m Leeds
Wmar Leming e
monsieur Lestrado
11 John a Linn
inco Jas LiHfags'ton
Peter Linoberger
Walter Livingston
H G Livingston
marargret L Littell
R montgomery Livin
I [st.
maltha Livingston
W m a Livins
Thos Linsey
wiel sminl Limley-
Jared Lindsey
L H Lodstrand
B.bt-'bLett
Isaac Loofberi0w
e samuelLloyd '
John Lund
sally Lyman
mrtLevvrell
mary Lisitbuia-
John Pu:ncr Li.i.Lburg
Ja L.a- .l.,:,i
b:nlhiani Lip .
Tliv. Lurrl..l: i .
a", I- minr i in L,-.ri
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[matn I Hinu Lv..iii
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A MNoedy
Thos Morgan
Danl Moss, .
rl: a ,..:ii id t-
RT .:j .l M.:..re .
S Robt S Moore

Phebe An,'i M[,2r'on
.- JAI UINh -.:irh: -d
A Morton
A Moody
Wm H Mill'ran ,
Jacob (' INIVCr
ry Thomaz iaulhul
James'Mullen '
il iIan iMurapl,,: y
eitr .dI: M.illeru i ,
*\\ ,,-, Mthrrll

Thos Mullins
it Perer T B Myers
Lavina Munson
J A Munson
Elijah Miller
SMiss Mills
Susan Mitcelrl
Henry T Miller .
all John'Mitehlell
pBen J Miller
GMilner -
Moses Moreell
' -Ha-rriet Moore
W Montieth
James Moore
i John NMoulder
'Wm Matt
Hugh Moore
Jane Moore -
Hannah Moore
Henry C Morgan.. -
Gaspero Mayyorine
Ulyte Maurice
Tios Mackey
Patrick Mallon
..captain Macey
niss Elizabeth Marsh
mr .Maxwell
Jacob c Myer
T- T sa Mulhill
Jas Mulleni
michasi Munphy
Pa.rnn:k M'ilhig'na
-. L D Mowi.r


MAC a '
Jiii. fPaMCalvy


D' iI, 1 1 .i,,' h
wnichml MiDevitt
S alexander M'Dougall
SFrincois MEn7iiory
John M'Efiiaog


.tdwiu, M'Creien
James M'Clean
Hugh M'Cann
Thos W M'Coy
Nancy M'Clcevyer
James N Cuddy -
Pat M-Carthy
.John MiGreevy
Sam'l M'iLaughlin
John M'Gim.
The's MiGeso
Lucy M'Guire
.anes F. M'Gogg.
Edw M'Glaugllin -
James M'Gibion
Felix M1Ihery
Francis M'[otosli
John MlIntosh .
and roew M'Intyre
bridget M'Koen
Henry M'Kee
.Nailarn.I or Paucm

John Naler
SHenry Newcomb
Phiilip Neilis ,
John B Nelson
Jbhn Neto
L- r c i, l Ni .-.:nil..
2 : .iln, I H ,,.H l .
i John Numan

1 b iir, 0i1l. r "

ar',; O .-n I i .

sarah P Oliver
iriichael Osboine
I. .-,nj Oakfod
S \Vra O'Donnoll
John O'Brien

John b Platt
Rebece, Pa-,kh,,,l t
Amni F iliiie
benrerit.Parker .
Danl Parker
newman Parkins
c J Pattersion .
D ,i, PF ,t ;, '
.-:,-hn r .i -
; H Pars'i:nrs
i -,:. .i P tt.r .- n -
Win Patrick
mrParsoins
:-"pl F'-itr.:k
i. I ark P a i
... : .I' l acock

,1. WminG Peas
nathaniel.s Pettit'
Joseph s Pelodt
sherman Peck
-lewis Penny
levi F.:i.:f Z -
Henrm aPeJd ,
Orin Phelps
3 Joshua 1 P.ell
aaron Pepk
nmary E Perkins
Eliza Pine 7 .
John Pilling ) '

I hu -- F i ;. ii':.,
r F ir-:,n
Jacob Philip
2 Wm Pinnon
G e.. P.:.. r. : ,: -
Win H PlF .:-I
peter Powell
mir Poor
capt Wil Potter

Thod's Quinn

Reuben W Raidall
Joseph Ramos
ReubenJ Ramba
Tho's Raymond
nathaniel Ranall
John F Raymond .
g Snmuel Ray
n Fl..-.. Ram
John B Ravend
Thos B Reed
J Harleston Read
'samuel Reeker
colin Reed
miss H Reeves _
catharine, Reed
Hemon'uJ Redfulo
charles Reed
Jeremiah Reynolds
ii,r Re-,'ii irn
BE.I i 11C rKeal'
Charles F V Reed
simeon Reynolds,
Ann Riely"
charles Rea
N Romball'
Tho's Read
Eliza C Reynolds
John Reid '
ri;ll: Ri nuri
i-fc-:.l:,h Riq.lry
Jo:eph R,:,t. ll i
iprt Jo.ln RoL-
i,:.li M I R.:,.v cl.y
SHenry Rowland.
J .i- R li. ,:,d '
tL-Ji n ir,'l r;.l t i..: ru
alice Rork
abel Relerd
richard Rocke'.
E Robins ,
' F Robin
Wm Robinson.

Henry Sallowstall
LI Salargnac -
Jas M Shaw .
Thos Sampson
R'H Sawyer
John Shanaban
,Ephm Sanders
ecapt H R Swan
airrs m Stanley ,
s a] Sanborie
ian'ss c.uIherre S:as a
Danl Swanson
John Sampson '
senj Swanton
ntlirn it.'c Stir
-IG Stia-gun
.. :rli iid S .s-n'ijo
n S..alon -',l
c c Salasar ,
M Savage
Wm Slade
nanl Sands
J M Sally
Geo A Sandham
Wm Sceaes
Wm S Shaw
Mrs Safford
John P Sdlen
JTT S[earii tr

sr Stearns .
AV.n Sear, eat

-111 St-riry

David Shearer
Robt Steel
.oh rn Si .:]dsi
PR Ih S....iis-
Walter Seaman
Richd Shorriff
Truemakn Sperry
a-nhariiea Siianonen
Samil A StUt h


JI.:hIn F Sv'tr
FW Sikes
John I Smith
Hirai D Smith
Riley Smith
Christopher Smith
mini,sC Smith
D-insa '- Snuithl
1-'rarn,' Skiddy


George M'Eleni.

John-M'Ewen
rii.- air.:l M'Entire
j-..,i li M Fec
WmN M'Farlane
J M'Farlane
Janmes M'Gur
John M'Kinley.
George M'Keunxie
Charles M'Kenna.
WWm H M'Knght
Sherman MLean
Daniel MILaren
fDi M'Laren
Geo W M-Lean
Robert M 'Murry
James L MiNamo
WmaM'Reavy
Donald M'Vear
Isabella M'Wane
George M'Kry [Konn

N
War Newell
Those B Neat
Samuel C Nichols
Win L Nichols
Joseph HI-Nicholson
SNathlian.Noble
David Northum
John Noble ...
michael Nugerit
T i,.:_. ... .
i A.r I'h ti
sophia Osthum
D.id0. O'Kitffi
'rir- i-: 'limer
c i jrl, g : n .i l ii
sophia OsLhern
.. ii n Qsgood,. -
John Oliver
.-il- nin.tl Osborn .

P .
Wmar Pasmore
i-, F 0il ii .

Io ld" P luri
ii '. en I r. f
',,rt, iitu,--, P-,ylIr

- \\ N -i in- ::':-
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r Fie i icar'
SWar Paterion

' iiiri ,:i .,li i'a ci
D- benjPalmer
.rm Pageo
Sn Perrr r
Stalt -i Pedruk ,
inissHarriet n Phelps'
John Phielan
-,, nc; ;F, ii-a
* mul nvi-h-c "'lniip:h
.G ...-u:pi .. P' rr-
*' Wm.Peck
Ir,r P r,, r. c
T i"'tn H Phillips
molder b. Puree
Jf Pierce
rae Prichard's
JasP frne ..
mrPrion-.. .. ..
.l T ,.:. i p Powers-, .
nr..In [-'i, rn -
.EJ Portera .
b beda Porter '
stephen Pope '
John C Porter
patrick Pow


.oruets

a --t 3. I A' idJ:l

al u oh Quin

Joseph Ri'vers
Genor-i Rinkelon

or, inr -n R :.s -ird
Hot:, Rl.:ot-nr do:,n
Lto i r Hii.ihrd i .n
,i.:,hn [ E ru-;,li
abigail, Giley
John Riely. .
capt Jo-in I Re', % iicR
S George B Ri-iliuond
SGeoirge Ruketason
Eli.. L R .1d1e
S. ,hal,:e \NV Rid ,il ,"
Jaemes Rossiter -..
Jaes Roche
Samuel Robertson
E J Roberts
miss Robinson
Rev Robert Roy
charney Rose.
Win-Rose d
Horatio Rossenl.
Thos Robinson
Leonard H Robins6n
John Robinson
.FisE I -'n iran
Jadou. l nRtilndu
J.-it R,,[,wne r
c.tu'i-, it, RuFitin
Plh,-:' M Rti.-,;ll
Jeremiah Russell
H enry.adry
Tho's Riddy
Wmr Ryan,- i
The's Ryan
albert Ryan
SJames Rundle
John Russell.
SWm Randolph

rev Geo Stephenson
capt Sherman
Jas a Stewart
JasE .hI,:l.idjn
SJadob Sitld.o.n
TBirrett Sheppard,
Wm Stevenison '
Isaac Swart -.
sarah Sweet
.- patt Shells* .
Wm Steward.
Scapt Moses si Seargdnr
imrs Rosanna Sherriff
Those Shiels
Asa Sherman: .
Hamilton Spencer
Joseph Stetson
nenj S severance
Jas Seeor '
alias Seedenburg;
Those A Sterreitt
Amaziah Stebbins
soloman Seixas "
Joln Stevenson
Harvy Spencer
Albert P Sherman
WV Sweeny
Richd Sears .
David Sherman
slnhratine S Stevsin
i-EdJ,, B S,' nall
-r.,' i itr\' Snimili
C( LSa-iihi
capt L Sistore .
Russell Smith
Miss ann Eliza Smith
WF Smith
ariss stary Jane Spicer
arr Smith
Jane Surroton
-- Lewis C Soith
J'ibe z Swift -
Johinl Snaiilu, n


mary Ann Surion
Leonard Somers
Lawrence Sinclair
SP.. .Shirker '
Henry D Stout -
Saml Suon
WTSlocumb
Miss Jane Soworwill".
Solomon Stoddard -
sanml Sloat ;


Alvah Smith
Walter Stinson
Rev David Smith
.Wm Skipursh
tiVu Sithins
Garrison Smith
Catherine Smith
Henry Sifmpson .
Andrew Smock
WTSlIdcum -'"
Win Thos Schroedr
Richard Stokes
Patrick Sholt
ET'Scott '
W Scolcs
Chauncey Stone -
Grandy Scott
-Thos Shore
SJohn Scudder -
Y Mrs Mary Tabele
John Taylor
Ebner Tappin
captN Y Tabey
W Di Taylor
Ge6oW Tarlelon
chas W Taylor
Edmunfid Thayer
F Talbert
Sami Tatnail
SPhe W Taln.an




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D.ar, 'Trl.ivd..- "' ;
'A S Penrick: '

abner'Weynan "
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lr \Va nli.,.r
LC .. i.s W e!l; l, .
hnim ,\ v.ai:n r "
Dunl \l'.i
-Waters-. .
_i ~ in J I.: \' rn
G WI' \\ardtll
Riti' .Ja- hallir
1 uhli.r &" FRai b,.ine
.:,lirn \N 'lker

I. IN Ilardell
n.-t es \larn
Jt..n S %iarson
David IWatzon
Thiesa \C[lI
linrt Ninrintae
( hl ue .: \l h '-Icr
<-''rJG \\i- .:-k
Si inl I ll. ac..
S-a.1l h'i
R-yhanril A'b-ter
.\ tlnur I\ 'ith.t nl
Sir 1herii, 1 -l.

AlItt A W\arni..r
Har.. i V n i ,!.:,n

1-aIu-a h IN Ilan% ,
JaInei G \ItiL:n
C plt Z i t -l.i
Jo:,hn [t lii r

3 i- E i r,:l,,:|
i.:,Lli .t IVl'ihan'i
Sylvester. I'hiuanrnor ,
Gee \Nsi a.ore

JasD \VIlljanm s

SJ,-i--tb T YOJ.in .
Fredernek IYap.iuc-
Ediini R Yale


SCapt Suin : .
John 0 Scott '
Frederick Spofford
Capt S. .1 Storcr
Caleb SiLnne
SWmSlowly --
Thos A Scott
h Inaih Sullivan
N .t-E Sria Sn-e

Ge-o B Su-rges
Jas Sullivan
Ann Scott
John Shute.
Mrs-Wm H Summer
robt Squibb- '
,Peer V Spunr

Ja Thomma?

SMr ToiJdJ it

Mrs; TLiInipson
XWii Th.,.iirp.2'n-
M Thun-nuk
J-jln E Tim,:3
S.tc1tls t ii ihl ni
Mi.- El z T,,u
Ann .Trotter
W.I WThrne *
ar'mi S 'To.nlinsoh'
J:-hn To:ue
) DTr-'nmaslI
-Danl-B Teurinum
An Tindal :
cli-: S Tlc l.-un
Wri Ti'r

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S:Wr, fir t :

.III : -n 5 ,'liali :
Fraince 'CWalker.
SII 'arren : .
(Gal.n n\ ar
S-bti INW iii -in I -,
John Wtson ,,

.ia \'-jllier
A \Valker
C : t \Webitcr
('apt IWarner
.sl \Vhelplev

Sandr \'ebb .
Lee-so II -n,:
WrSc%% \l-lbn
Alcs I N i--un
-a.c -i .lVit. an
liri ih \\ Vlieer- ,

John 11 illib
I- a I Ni| l ln|r in

didn't \\N illr| 1

To5V Whnlchutch '
SH Wiillama
W\ P \ [|Lin;
John ",.ht
S\Vin r iii
E ai Ird %hite
I in H VVil.ion
J F Viilliam-
Mat.ilder \Wilharnm
J 'illbor
e John V.ri.laht
Ge- I ilntIanrn
Danl Whsiret.-v


Plilip York
NM E Yea.'lum
S B York


H Ziegler Mary Zeallarn
E Zule Adanm Zc
Jabez Zalerrio m : .

L To ln Adams ', R,.la r ,:,n :
litet Ha Adam t mis Sfewart ..
W Bu-lbr.-Be lcut .,:ffrsonSn-mih .
E Brown rn-,aI S'toddard
apt T J Be-tle Ji. Sips.-rt
nirt Eille Carrin-tain arehibald Sihuttletr
\'rm Kendall cil a Tihamtr
Wm Garey J.alrn "aitrere.a
S-.i.-ii Lee asin. am n] 'ia-i -"n '
i, t.ut J Pre.c:.. -r -

liet Jas Ainmstrong TTimo q Chuchward
John .nrldrer--s: JashC.:raiek.k
iny cllarles.H Bell B i-w- Fslmh ""
,indi',,tnaiii -. nu.l H orr d Ziun tuiler .
IBr,:knntid- ..Jas GoodeJ '
ni.d;hipman T G B6r1- lieut 'Win s Gorden
[hamn .irA Gilmaslin
Samidship'n a J Bennet ndsrimip'n J mnGardrtr
stephen Ball Deinint Gahan
samuel Carey' Ephram Heald
lh:-nj:min C.Jlir leule Wm H Homir
.lercnmlta i ("aris,-r innd'liip.man samin-m T
Dr John r (C-Iai.dh.-r FHazarlT
samuel Carey .. rbert b Hlchcock.-'
abel s-Clark Hernrv K'e hing
lieut ThoaLee 1;t EC Ritledae
Fr-d Lanimbrt \V EH PendJleton
hlcuu MN'Kl-v.-r Th.:.- Sansiflrd
capt Isaac M'Keever DL s Stewart
midship'n Jas .Miller capt T. H Steplihens:-
licut alei'r tam Nill.' A R Sr.n- '
.ini-il pi'i Ii a hfa H ,lr- fl.--nrc Taolor -
'pis .1i-hnLned'a -
John K;Mitchell TfI.,s Te'-rner d
S B Newall TM R Talbot
GabrielA O'Brien : lieut TanAll :
Danl Oaker : H.nry H Walter -
christian Peterson Jon S mr hiteivll
Johi Rees : Hamp ton 'esleolt
Geo C Read WI \liiiolams
(R Waldron .
THEODQRUS BAILLY,t Post Mr.

B Yordeor.lFthi hon. Richard Riker, Recorder
of the city ,of N,:.w-York, notice is hirAby
given for the' (rditors nt'Thriomria Graham, an
insolvent debtor, to appear before lie said Re-
corder, at his oenlhi., in the Cr vHall r thc ie ety
of New-Yor., on the tenfh dayof Notembt'r
nit.-, al tenio'cl:ock in the for.Inriovn of that day,
ito Cha-w -ue. iFany the b hav,, wliy an a'_,ilrn.
mnent of the amjd inoaolvent's estate should inotbe
min ide t;:r the bens i-fl .:ail lii credtorne, auid that
th,.p p,;reor othelsaid in-.olvenit may be Iar evEr
tlner tilr a utmipind llf.-ti- all arrest or imprio:.rt,-
liitent frr or by r:aEon of any debt ur debih due at
the time ormakinri -uch ai nment, or contract-
ed f:.r b tiabr that time, though payable aficr-
warns: and a..o. il'fn pr.r..n, froin his imprison.
ment, ayrc.,: bly to anr act olthe Legislature of
the atate oflNew-'oai k,, nailed," an act to abolish
impnrs-iimirn t for debt in certain eases."' Dated
ti,. "25lth day of Augu't, 1F-7. a 27-10w

B Y ordlr (,of the horn. John T. Irving, first
J.ld.e'oflhe Court of Cotmmon PleaE aor
tle iii rdd i ra o ANe.Yorknoi-is icreby
a" 'i ts :.r ti i r "dir- cf Gorge Blake, 6fthIe
':ii ,1 -fNin' Yo-rk, ari ,itnclvene'debtor. Ioaplpea
i-..ibrAe [,t. aid Judge, at Ins office, in the Citv
llll orl' tlio inty -ifNcwY irk. n th letnthli dayvr
N-v-ember inrt, at ten o'cle.k in the rorenoon of
ili.t da,. Io sflow (cau-:e, if any tlihey have, why
an sn--igmcnurIt of time rFid "Ini-oleinit's estate
ltould not be made Par the b6nefit forall his credit-
rs, and Ihat ItIe person ol'tlie said insol'cinl may
ie tior erer thereafter exempted from all arre4t c.r
lnlprinimcritlir or by reaso'iof any deit eordelt s
hlu. at tIe tlimn f tal' in;g such a'-inmment, or
conltracted frI r before that time, thouln pavabli
nlierwi'ards; and aln. if in prison, from his inpri-
r,nnnJ.nt, aree.Mbly to all net-ofitho legislature of
tie stateot.veNwv-York, entitled, "Ananct to abo.
li-h imprieonmentl ordebt in certain eases." Da.
ted the 23d day of Augiut, 1827. aug25-10wv
COTTON l'-.1R, C'.LDLEWICK. &c.
HEODORE F. BRETT, 211 Pearl-streel,
hL ias cons-tantly on hand a larnea assortment
-of C.ltton Yarn 5 to 10. in bales of 150 lb. and
Candlewick and Battin.cf e1 fili razl quality, in
luantitls to suit ponrcIuaer'. Also, .:,lltn tlahre'ad
krnitling a .d tl-a:sc uiian. "- l-.'-


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