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Title: The New York times
Uniform Title: New York times (New York, N.Y. 1834 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ; 66 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Holland, William
Sanford, Edward
Publisher: W. Holland and E. Sanford
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: September 17, 1836
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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: Began in 1834; ceased in 1837.
General Note: Proprietors: Holland, Sanford & Davies, <1835>.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 55 (Dec. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: William Holland, Edward Sanford, <1834>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09629314
lccn - sn 83030676
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 Related Items
Related Items: New York times (New York, N.Y. : 1834 : Daily)
Preceded by: New-York standard & statesman

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PUBLISHED DAILY AND SEMI WEEKLY PUBLISHING OFFICE NO. 10 WALL-STREET...... DAILY PAPER TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM........SEMI-WEEKLY FOUR DOLLARS......LATTER PAYABLE IN ADV




W HOLLAND, E. SAN FORD AND E.W DAVIES. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER T17, 1836
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SEPT. 17, 1836.
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Agnes iEza R Andrews Jonn
Anderson John George Anderson Chas E
Atkinson D Thomas P Auten Isaac N
Aochman Gum Z:fflum Andrews Mr
Arthur John Arnold Wm
Appleyard Thos Anderson John
Aschman T Wolf Ayrs Silas
Ansley Thos A smstrong Thos
Anderson Alex And.rson Edward
Andrews Charles P Apley Alexander
B
Bacon Marshal J Bradburn Geo
Badger Rev M Blackwell Mess R M
Bradly R Blackwell John H
Bacon Wm W Bacon N O
Babbitt Benjamin Black Thompson
Backus Ames & Co B.aumont i' L
Beers Henry Briesch George
Beakham 0 P Bernard John H
Benson E B Bervely Nathan
Bamston A W Bennett J
Bell Messrs R II & Son Bemis Daniel W 2
Bergin James Johnson Bell David R
Beaion Henry A Bennett Wm L
Benton C E Benson James
Brewster Aaron Berrien Hobart
BerkeW A Brewster Wm W
Bennett C K Benthala Capt Robert
Blenuerhassett Wm Bennett C K
Berte Lett Bernard Monsieur
Bennett A Bancroft George C
Becknell TN T Bridge R
Briggs Edward Barker Job
Barrett N A Barber Joel D
Barrvmore Mr Barry James
Burgen Benj Barnes Charles
Bainwell Wm Battison George
Bates J N Branders Jas
Bates Morgan BayardJrR
Bartlett Chas J Beard Major Joe A
Becker J Bredg Patrick
Beebe Henry S Beakey Geo
Brechet Charles Beales Charles
Breinster Andrew Beasley & Thompson
Brees Henry C Boppeit & Beck Messrs
Breek J G Bearsly H
Beatty John Beasley H
Belknap James E Bendle Edward N
Bieknell R T Briggs Williams
Bicknell Henry 2 B;dwell A
Biglowi;Garrect & J M Robins
Bird Geo Birth John
Britton Capt Thos Blsekley Robert
Bordney James Ptrooker James
Bloom Samuel S Booth James
Boone Robert Bronson C W
Blooding Wm Bond Joseph
Bpokstaver John Bloomer Teoker T
Bromley & Wilson Broom Lewis
Bastwick John H Brownwell Engry S
Boucheir John Bowen W C
Bouton Richard M Brown 8ev John W
Brown Charles D D Bowling John
Boughton Sellick Brown David
Brown Morris Brown Ebbyr
Blown James Bynn D 0
Bartley Andrew Bradstout J P
Babcoek Capt L P Bradford Wm
Bacon Char-es Broadstruet A G
Bailey Benjamin M D Bailey Rev Rufus W
Bailey Henry Bailn Anderson
Bailey J H Bates Caswell
Banks C Bancroft C H
Bamber John Baker Isaiah
Blake Alex A Baker Thomas
Bakee Wm Blair Walter D
Baker Abel 2 Blundel Manuel
Blake Wm R. Baker McAlpin
Blake John Blanche Louis
Blaukinsop Thomas Bartlett Joseph 2
Barksdaie Thomas Baret Takol
Barber E N Barber Andrew M
Barns John Bargen Benjamin 2
Bengue Monsieur Brown E D
Brown Solomon Brown C C
Bowes Capt Robert Brown Samuel
Boyle John R Bates H W
Bemfuel A Monsieur Brown Wm C 2
Brown Joseph Boylo Hugh
Brown S. Bourke Jjsiah
.Budgee Avery Buell George F
Buckley Havard W 2 BulkleyJohn S 2
Butler C I Butter field Austin A
Burlege J C Burges J W
Bullard C A Blute J S
Butler Henry Burnham Geo P
Butler Edward Burton James C
Bush Levi Jr P M Bulkley Messrs John &Co
Butteifield Austin A Bush Ira
Burrell Messrs Joy & Co Buller S H
Bunitt Wm J Burgwyn John
Brnyn A D W Bush Seymour
Byrnes James I[ Buter James
Bryan James Bynes Bernard
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Cane Daniel Chabot Y H
Crane Thomas Campbeh Wm H
Chapman Heman Chambeilain Gilbert
Campbell A H Chamberlain N
Cadwell Edward Call John M
Cantine Jno M Camble W m
Chausse MonsieurJoseph Campbell Wm S
Crane John W Cam Patrick
Campbrll R Jr Cadwell Nathan
Cane Mr Crain S L
Cadwallander Thos Carthurs Edward
Card John W Chapple James
Crary W E Castella Thormas 2
Case Mr Clarkson J C
Charter Nathaniel Clark Samuel
Chase John W Carter Wm
Cashell Juhn Carter -- Mr
Catlen George Crayerart Samuel
Catlin George S Chew B F
Cheesbrough Messrs & Forbes
Chewery Richard Cleveland Ianford
Cheever B M Cressey Rev T R
CUreagh Col Clancv Rov Father
Craggu Sig Collr Clifford Patrick
Cream John Chilas James C
Clinton Thomas Cidd James
Cioffi Sigr Codd Robert
Collins John Chandler Richard
Canlin John Caltwell Wm A
Cramer F W Cable Jared
Call John M Caldwell Solomon
Cobner Wm Chafin Thomas
Canlaiocr Patrick Campbell Charles
Clalk George Clark Wm
Casey James Carpenter F C
Capers E Y CarneyWm
Chasi Capt Amos T Carpenter Peter
Clarke Jese W Charles Col P M 3
Clark Wm T Carlisbin James H


Corey John Carter Charles
Chappell James Clapp John D
Carpenter Edward T Clark Lincoln
Oarr Henry A Carlton Jonathan
Chapman Benjamin Cartwright D S A
ClarkeCharles Corkin C James
Caffney M Crocker John
Crockett Thomas Coleman John
Condon Lack Collinm & Maston
Cohen Capt J S Cole Edwin R
Caolkna Andr Chonlen Rev John W
Connerford Arthur Cromley Abr F
Cochran James Conway John
Cohen J S Comiegin George
Count J F Coli Kilo
Colson Christopher Conolly E B
Choate CaptDanI L Coffin Jeremiah
Conley Patrick Comstock George G
Conaley James Colt Edward
Conlon Charles Collins S L
Colton Chaui:cy Constable John
Comstock Duley Choate Capt Danl L
Coffin George Convey J N
Corwin Chas S Crook Robert
Coreoran Richard Coskey S
Corbet Alexander Cassam Richard
Cook Iseral Classey Miles F
Cook Charles C Cook John
Carpenter Chas Cook T F
Crooker Saml M CooperJohn
Cook Lester Covert Jacob F
Cottingham J Cowen Wm
Crowley James Cozzens Jygkius
Couche Wm 2 Cowdwise James D
Cotes Wm C Crowe John
Cowing D B Case J
Coughlin Francis Cl~w John B
Oose Robert Cough B C


Eaton Timothy
Rdgerton Timothy B
Emes Jamns D
Ellis Benj F
Elhis Samuel
Earley John
Edwards Doctor
Edwaids W
Eastwood Abraham
Eyre John
Ellis Wm H
Eddy Capt Daniel B
Erwin James
Egery Artunas J
Ely Hadison

Fusman Amos
Fish Rev John T
Fitzwilliam Wm S 2
Finch Alpheus
Failes James
Flint John
Fester S P
Forbes Isaiah
Forsyth Gilbert
Fountain A B
Forbes Capt
Funk Samuel
Farrell John
Flanders H H
Pay John J
Franklin James
Fraser Archabald
Farden Wm B
Freeman & Vansickle
Freecock John
Freeman Cobb & Co
Ferguson Jas S
Ferris W A
French John
Femnat SamlJ
Ferrien Aaron
Field P
Fish Rennith
Fitsimon Edward
Fitzpatrick Daniel

Gray G George Dobbil
Geibson M R
Gill Chas
Gi!lman J W
Gillispie Shannon B
Gibson James
Giflen Adarn
Gilles James
G,.inlen David
Griswold Samutl
Griswold Samuel
Goff A W
Glochler Chtoi
Gossip A H
Goulding Chas
Gour:ey Master, Bewii
& Co
Gohnrun James
Gatefield A
Gaston Wm K
Gianger John
Gardner Sami
Gasria Antonio
Gansey J C
Gates Oliver
Garnett Wm Col
Gray Wm B
Gray H N
Green Rufus
Green John F 2
Garrett Cuyler
Green John E
Gels'on Holf
Greives John
Gigmihat Scotl:C
Gibbs John
Gorden A W
Gould Artumns
Goodyear Charles
Gorman Michael
Garney Joseph
Graham Chas H

Higgins Wm
Hicis Wm H
Hicks Joseph
Hicks Charles
Hinman E W
Hitchiigas Benj G
Hiscons Joseph S
Hioffman Geo B 2
Holmes Henry C 2
Hollingsworth Robt
Hiolmes John H
Hohn John G
Hoppin Benj
Holland Able
Hopkins G F
Mewland W Edgar
Howe Capt David
Haveyhton Jonathan
Howard Thomas
Howe Wm A
Howe James
Huntington B S
Hutchen Samuel
Hubbard C F
Hunt H
Hughes Patrick
Hurd Thomas
Hall Alvan
Hall Joe
Haughey John
Hanmblin Wm C
Hall G A
Headdock Albert F
Halls Capt Edwd H
Hale Samuel 2
Hambleth Chas
Hammond John S
Harer M B
Hamilron Wm
Hall Edward
Hamilton Richard
Haress James
Hart John B
Harris Dr E B
Haser Jaial
Harker Wm
Hartshorne A
Hornis Wm
Hardcastle G S
Hartman F
Hawley Edwin H
flaywood Geo
Haywood T O
Hawkes Edward A
Hearvey Owen
Heinly John
Henertek T P
Henry Samuil
Haylet Nathan
Hillis James
Hughes John
Channel Geotge
Hussing John
HBussing Obed


Ismael George
Izaid Ralph S
Jacobs Wesley
Jackson Wm
Jacy Henry
Jimeson Dr G
Jamme J L
James Stephen
Jessup Wm
Jessup B F
Jenks Hamilion
Jenks A Hamilton
Jencks Dr John L
Johnson John
Jones A P
Johnston Benjamin S
Johnson Thomas
Jones Charles
Joseph John
Joyce G
Jones ColJ G
Jones Capt John
Jones CE

Krafis Michael
Kane James C
Kelson Henry
Kearns Richard
Keating Lambeit, jr
Kendall John W
Ketchum D 0
Keener Christian
Kerr Robt
Kimball Ebenezer P
Kingsburv Horatio


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Esdra J
Elliott Wm
Evens Silas J
Eekil Christian G
Eights Dr James
Eisenhut Andrew L
Easton J S
Eveson Wm
Edwards Moses
Ela Dr A
Ellsworth Henry
Evert Pheneas C
Eots John
Everitts C Y
Earl Seth Clark
F
Fitzroy Horatio
Fish Geo B
Finley Wm Peroannta
Fish D
Firmer James
Faliy James
Foster W H
Fountain Capt
Ford Samuel D
Foster Freeman
Fuller Horac,
Flyn Michael
Fay Henry A
Farnsworth Wm
Farr R A
Farchild Peter
Falter Anthony
Freeman Wm 2
Freeman Messrs A R:&
Co 2
Freeman P
Fletcher George
French Thomas N
Felt S C
Ferguson Wm
Field A
Field Geo J
Fitch James
Furin C W

G
n Gifbird & Sourby
Gilman Alvin
Griffin John L
Gillespie James
iGibson W m
Gilland Henry
Gilford Samuel
Griffin Thomas
Giveens Robt Capt
Girard John J
G :in James
Godfrey Wm
G-jdfrey Wm
Gore F S
Goode Samuel H
t Goddschmidt.& Speyer
Gould E B
Gough John M
Gale NH
Gaggln Richd
Gardner John
Grant James H
Galloway James
Garrison Wm
Garner Thomas
Graham John
Gay Wm
Gregory Jas G
Green J ohtnI
Giegory James
Gab Jok
Green John
Geet Wm
Gigmthat John M
Gilman Robt
Gobrick Michael
Goodwin Daniel
Gordon James
Gordon Anton R
Gyles John A
Gracie Henry
Grant Beriah

Higgin Wm
Hice J
Hill Robt
Hilt John A
Hanoes Henry
Hatchen James
Holt Elias
Houghton Dr D
Holt John H
Homeder Richard F L
: Hoby Wm
Hpgg Col John H
Hufltechelega E
Hasmus & Jappan
Homeoly Thomas
Hoyt Eli
Hcrton John M
Howe David Capt
Houghton & Douglas 2
Houwo Sam O0
Houghton Dr D
Hyde Joseph
Hubbard Saml
Hurlbert John E
MuggensR Bangeman
Hughes George W
Hadley Wm H
Hamblete Chas
Hall Capt Edwd H
Hall James H
Halepin John
Hamilton Samuel
Hall Samuel 2
Hansen Nicholes
Hlammon I H
House John A
Hale Nathan
Hamilton & Robinson
Hagan Patrick
Hall Jacob
Hart Nathaniel
Haskell Isaac
Harris HA
Harrison Carter &< Cole-
man
Haselin Leonard
Harger Samuel S
Harrison Wm B
Harte Thomas H
Haskin Thomas
Haughty Thomas
Haverslick Charles
Haydon Nathi
Hawley Henry L
Hearde Wm
Hobbard Capt H
Hess Monsieur
Hayward Nathl 2
Haninuch Signor
Hunter Robert
Hubbard Chas
Hutchins Thomas
Hunter F
Hunt Abyah
I J


Innis A

Jackson A D
Jackson John F
James Thomas
James F E
Janeway Wm
Jessup W H
Jennings Charles 0
Jenkins Thomas
Jessup Jeddediah
Jewett Luther
Johnson George
Johnson Charles W
Johnson Robert
Johnson Wm
Jones James
Jones Wainwright
Jones D L
Jones & Co
Jones Col D1) G
Jordan Wm H
Judsen Dr H F
K
Knapp Alex
Kator Jesse Y
Keating Hugh
Keley John
Kelly Mich'l
2 Keyes James W
Korper Wm
Ketchum Elleney
Kidder Wm
Kirby Dr
King Geo


Lumseder Lachlan
Lund Haralla E
Lusky M Le Compte
Lebreton G
Lallhn John.

Mammard James
Madden C A
Macy Francis G
Manley Hiram
Maner Capt Wm
Mann R B
Meanes Bernard
Malone Wm P
Magrath Wm I
Maine Joseph
Maghurstin Michal
Marehen James
Martin Geo N
Martin George
Mason L C
Munsell John
Marselis Theophilus
Marsh WS
Martinew Edward
Maxwell James
Mayhew John
Matthews James N
Matthews Dr. Hugh
Matthew Wm H
Mathews Cornelius
Mathew J S
Merrell A M
Merrut Wm F C
Meiream Jno F
Meyer T H T
Merritt Jacob
Merritt Williams
Mikell Edward
Miller L W
Milligan G P
Miller A S
Mitchell Peter B
Miler Sherman
Mitchdll A MJ
Miller K
Miller Lyman
Monghur John
Morrlson Lewis B
Morris Benj
Moose Win B
Morton Capt
Moriarty John
Mockoson Andrew
Moore John H
Morning Wm H
Maffat Wm B
Morse Reuben jr
Morron Th is
Melleson Elias
Morning Wm H
Morrison John
Moody B
Morrison John
Mook Thos
Mygatt Wallace
Munn Wm
Multiawer Mority
Mulchatian Rasey
Murray Jno R
Murral B

MeClelland John
McCollum Peter
McDowall Martin
McCarter James J
McClure Robt
McCrinndell Thos
McCurnlev Wm
Mcuonald Wm
McDonald A!ex
Me tV ain Wm
McKenna Patrick
McFarland Wm
McLean Alexander
McKeen Jam-:s L
McLaren J
MeNeil G John
McMelan John
McLane James
McGlos:n J
McLaughlin John
McKane Silas D
McKenzie Wm 1M
McEntee Andrew

Nash David R
Nash Alanson
Neale Jno
Newman Geo
Nesbit Myles
Niles Thos-
Nicholson & Clark
Norris Henry
Norton Joseph A
Nicholson Edwd
Nicholl Francis Edw
Olney Geo W
O'Donnell Joseph
O'rinne Patk
Ormsbee Jno H
Olcott Wm
Osborne Matthias
O en Alfred
Oriseley Wm G
Osoorn Mills

Panan J Richard
Pantelo Philip U
Pasmore Mr
Parnall Jno
Parqniot F
Palkor Wm H
Piace Capt Henry
Palmer Aaron M
Palmer Wm A
Parkhurst B
Palmer Wm
Payne E D
Pritton Robt B
Paton Adam
Payne J M
Platt Rev P L
Pary'Isaac C Jr
Pean Sami
Pell Elijah W
Phelps James H
Pell Fifderck
P'eilanler Jno
Pettel Mr
Perry James
Pendleten Thos
Pcnnimai Joshua S
Petre Lyeurges
Peters
Provost Jno Y
Prime Isaac
Price, Edward V
Pierson Mr
Pinhiham Capt Paul
Phillips Robert
Powers Tyrone
Pond Wm
Powers T P 2


Post Chas C
Poinnell H
Pcay Jno
Porret Fredk
Plumb James M
Putnam Amos H
Puffer Charles

Qqinturn Lewis T
Quinton Patrick
Quin Hugh

Rayner David
Randolph Bloomficl
Raymond 0 C
Reed Saml
Reed Jno
Reed Thos
Redmond Samuel
Richards Capt Gard
Risso[Chas
Rsceand Dani & Co
Riolls B
Richardson Jackso
Riley Thos
Richmond Rev Jas C
Rowe Ruel
Roberts Geo R 2
R-)sevelt Jacob J
Roan Jeremiah
Roberds James M
Rodrigues Joacquin
Robbins J P
Ross Allen B
Rochester J


Lyon Benj R
Lyons G H
P. Lull James
Larrie Tonlaine

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Macklin James
Machett Charles G
Magurk John
Mansen James
Mangher Win D
Manering Albert
Main D Austin L
Menson Capt Nehemiah
Maginn Daniel
Mankin John S
Marcus R & M
Marshall Wm G
Millions Mr
Marks Mr
Marks J C
Mason Phillip
Maphrey A C
Marford Richd Manning
Matthews G W & Co
Mayhew James
Mateen Dalle
Maynard M L
H Mays John
Mathewson Bernard
Mathew Thomas
Mead Woo
Meeks A
Mooitt D)ct C
Mellvillle Theodore K
Meyer T PI
Meealy Rev. Ste A
Metcalf II P
Mikell Wni
Mill!gan G B
Mills A & Son
Miller C
Middlelon Thos
Mix A P
Miner Griswold
Miller Jas
Montegeu E
Mock Josh
Moore Alex jr
Morgan Wm
Morton Thos L
Moore Sami
Morearty Jas
Moke Wm
Mood Peter
Monroe A T
Moulton Chas
Morris W
Morgan Rev Gilbert
Monteith Nathaniel
Moss M
Moore H
Montgomery Jas
Moore Alexander
Mulford Chas
Murphy Arth'lr
Murray Francis
Murphy Wm
Murphy Arthur
Murray John

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McIntosh Messrs W V& E
McClaughy Thos
McAuley Capt Niel
McCrackan John
McCullen Wm H
McCollum Edward
McCoy Thos W
McCaughan John J
McClure Alex
McKay Thes
McKaron John
McNeil Geo G
McMurden Robt
McMichael E 2
McGarvey John
McGunpson John
McHoon W
MeGurvin Edwd
MeMullin James
MoClarash Andrew
McReynolds Robt
MeMannes Bernard

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Newell Henry
Newell Isaac
Nelson Wm
Neuth Geo S
Noe R R
Nowlan Laurence
Nicholson Wm
Norton Zichariah C
Nor;hedke Wm
Norton E P
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Outcatt & Sipher
Ogden W B
Olmsted Prof D
O'Hara James
O' Brian Patrc-k
Osborn Jno B
Oamon Jno
Oriby Chail-s
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Parker Isaac
Parks Dr
Parsore Rev Jno U
Paisley Andrew
Palmer Bandorlm
Palmer Joseph
Packer Jna A
Pall Matthew
Place Robt
Palmer James H
Paisley James
Pratt Capt E W
Pray Edmund 2
Pratt Geo
Paul James G
Percher Frt derrick A
PrattlGeo G
Peck Wm H
Pease Adriel
Peckman Jno
Pearce Semi T
Pease Ebenezer N
Penniman Franklin
Peterson Jesse
Perkins Alfred J
SPeters Otis S
Persons L T
Peters Robert
Perry Jacob
Phillips James W
Price Thos L
Pirsson Jas P
G Prime Joremiah S
Poiney Lucien
Poole J
Powell Alex
Power Saml


Power Matthew
PondC
Powell J W
Potthurst Heinriech
Purdy Jonathan
Pyatt Jno

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Quinn John
Quin Michael
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Ray Hors 2
d Rankin G W
Raymond P
Raynold!sJas H
Reed Robt
Regur Fredk
Reosbeech Soren Hansen
ner Ridley Richard L
Ritchason Robt
Rivell Wm
Ring Edw P
n Riley Jdno
Rice Timothy
C Richardson John
Reward Jno
Robinson Wm
Rogers Joseph
Robinson Nelson
Roosevelt H L 2
Robinson Jso
Rowland Geo
Rosentein J G
Roumage F


Strong Levi Somer Ph;lip
Some John Messrs & Go Sturgis Josiah R
Sturges Messrs Ives & Co
Sylvester Capt John Suascez A Dr
Sylvester Harvey Schultz Mr
Sullivan Wm Sullivan James
Snyder H Jay Stuard Wm
Stua-t A A Shim James B
Stilts Benj Shillings Henry
Snidere Isaac Y Springer Moses
Springs Andw Skiff James
Stinson F Shiel Win
Smiles Wm R Smiles Wm R 2
Smith Erastus B Smith Thos
Staith Geo N Smith Wm H
Smith J.esse Smith A G Mr
Smith John M Smith Wm
Smith Marshall Smith Augustus F
Smi:h Jahn P 4 Smith Jae
Smith Alberi S Smith J B
Smith Robt L Smith William
Smith John H Smith Freeman
Smith Chas Smith Rev M
Smith Pe er Smith John
Smith Robt Smith Joseph
Smith Geo Smith Thos
Scheme horn Edmnnd H Stephenson John
Stelre le Jams R Shearman Benj
Sponcer C C Stewart John
Stephens Surenas Senecal Chas
Spencer T T Sleven P
Serer Lewis W Schenck Jerocone
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Talrnage E Taylor Thoa
Taylor Wm Ii Taylor Theron
Tanner Alex Taylor Charleis W
Taylor C Thacher Gcs U
Tate Wm Tharin Theod C
Thalsmer B Taylor Charles &
Tracy Jno A Taylor N T
Tate Fredk Ti'arin Th(od C
Taylor John Ta'bot Seth
Remain Jno Tretheway it T
Treadwell Jno Te e Henry
Teed Jno Terny Jno
Tevis Joseph T'e 1 Joseph
Timmins Patk Tillotson Wm C
I'lbbal, Brooks & Co Tovier David B
Todd Jno Thompson Cyras
Thomas Rees Henry Ttndall Henry
Tnompson Jost ph Thornhill Jao
Townsend Dr Edwin A Topping M
Tompkins G H Tonev Washingto
Thomas Jessee B Thoimpion Msj Je
Thornton Peter Thomas Dr F W
Tnomas Isaac Thompson Capt C
Throckmorton R S Thomas Gregory
Thompson S Tournier Antoine
Tnorne Ebenezer Thompson A
Thorn Col Frost 3 Tryon Jno
Tu;tle Jas N Thughy Robt
Thurston Edgar M T'olnen Jean Julie

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Vicscha Augustin Varker Jas
Vacvey Amnon Vandewater Wm
Voorhees Wm T 2 Voorhees Jacob
Valien Ntarciese Van Alden Charl
Vanderpo I Har A B Vanderbeck Jacal
Van Aken Rev Wm Van Zandt Benso
Van Zandt Jacob Van Ransalen C
VankirkJoseph T Van Vleet Wm
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Wainwright Wm P Walker Jno
Walker Philo Wally Alford
Walton James W Y Walker Jao
Walker Wm Adams Walsh Michael
Walters Sam'l Wagner Astley C
Wakeman Wm Wakeman C
Walker Robinson Walker Dr J V Fr
Wallis Prof J P Watson Geo
Watts The B Warshinge Saml
Watts Jno Warren Chas
Warren Oliver G Watts Richd
Washburn Geo Watts 'Japt Laws
Watkins Edwd Ward Jno
Watson Jno Ward Wm H
Watson Col Joseph Weaver David
Wedgewood Wm B Wicks & Pearsoll
Weaver Daniel K Welsh Capt Jalm
Weld Danl Weeks W A
Weld Theo D Weeks Nathaniel
Wheaton Erastus Welsh G
Webb Geo A Wheeler A L
Weaver P J Cob Wheeler J E
Weaver Geo Webber J A 3
Wells Jno Wellin J B
Westerfield L West C
WestJ & T 2 Weston Benj
Whley Mr Wentworth
WescottJnst Wentworth Martit
Wright Edwd Williamns Wellingi
WicLker Mr Wilson Capt Jesil
, Wiersma Monsieur Williams Horace
Williams Mr VWble Conrad
Williams R Williams Henry
Wliiamson Marcus Wilson S F
Wilson Robt L Wilson Hugh 2
Wilcox Major D Willis Jno
Wilder Wm H Williamson Jno
Williams Williams Whidden Jno M
WilkinsSn Thos Williams F G
Williams Horace S 2 Wilding J I, H
Witson Sam Wilson DanI M
Wilkins Stephen G Wright Dr J C
Wilson Wm Wilcox Randall
Williams Lemuel Wright J M
Williams Joheph Williams J P
Wilson R Williams Rich A
Willey Jno Wilson Jno
WIlson D J Wilson James
Williams Henry B WilIbur Oliver
Wtgley F Wilby Michal
White R H White Jacob
White Antzi V Winns W & Co
Wing Gor Mathil Winter Sms W
Whiting Dav d Winterlast Albert
Whiting Capt Henry Witing J U
Whiting G W Winns Alex
Withingham Mr White Carlton Ca
WooJ Rob) Y Woolsey Joseph
Wood Jno E & Co Woolsey Geo
Wortcndvke Rlnier Woodruffi Isaac C
Woods Chas 2 Woodard W A
Wooton Siml Woodruff K D
Wood Tnos Woolman David
WoolmanChas 2 W odruff E B
Woodurd James B Woodruff H-.nrv
Worend Pauline Wyman Capt Juas
Wyss Francis
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SEPTEMBER 17. 1836.

LADIES' LIST.


Alexander Mary
Allen Emma
Aymar Pkebe
Austin Catherine


Aveilke Rosine 2
Allen Mrs F.
Angus Miss
Axon Sarah


B
Bates Mrs L H 2 Baldwin Mrs Ann
Boykin Mrs Ckarlotte A Brooks Mrs
Baker Jane Baggot Jane
Brown Anne Barnett Miss Ellen
Brown Mrs Sarah Brown Mrs
Burksdale Miss Adel'e M Bro k Miss Ellen
Berry Miss Blaylock Miss Anne
Bruner Miss Sarah Brown Miss Sarah
Barren Miss Adeline C Beach Hester
Bussell Miss F Bernard Miss Gay R
Binnett Miss Hepsibath H Bryant Miss Elizabeth
Billing Mies Maria S 2 Blinn Miss Maria
Brower Mrs Ann Babcock Miss Enjhcmia
Beaugher Madam Baker Miss Grace
Basingers Miss Frances Brewer Ellen'
Byrnes Msas Emily C Baldwin Miss Ann
Brown Miss Antonette


Cuthbert Sarah B
Cobb Cornelia P
Carland Mrs
Carran Mary
Cushman Mary E
Crackwell Mary
Cawley Br.dget
Colden Elizabeth
Cisnn Eimlra' L
P~inap Onmali-t: MI


C
Clark Mary
Carroll Mrs
Cooper Alice
Connor Frances
Cochran Jane
Clark Mary Ann
Chave Mrs
Chalterdon Miss Stephen
Curn Catherine
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La Fourch Sophronia Lockwood miss Caroline
Lent miss Jane Loll miss Sarah J
Lewin mrs Sarah Lee miss Margaret
Leavy Mary Ann Lawton mrs Joseph A
Lee mrs William Lorphy miss Mary Ann
Levipgeton mrs A Lancaster mrs Mary
Lord miss Amelia M
M
Meriman Susan Meeker C C
Mervin mrs J Musser Ann
Mason Lavinia March Elizabeth
Moyneber Mary Malicol Alice
Mitlhel Mary Mallon Mary
Muhlenberg Mary Mix mrs Merrin P
Meighar Sarah Mitchell W H
Morris Martha Munroe W C
Mickles mrs Lovel G Mills Ann
Marks mrs D
MACS
McRa Scota J MeGoveron Mary
McCaffray Eliza Mclntosh Hetty A
Mclron Bridget McKean Mary G
McCormick Rose McLean Jane
Mclllbree mrs McQuin Jane
McLaren mrs McPherson Sarah
N
Nott mrs Ann Noyes mrs Jane
Norlon'mrs Mary Nicholas mrs Sarah
Nicoll mrs Eliza M Nelson mrs Jane
Noyes Anna 0 Nevy Jane
0
Ovvics miss Emma O'Brien El zibeth
O'Brien Ann & Mary Oatman mrs Mary
Osborn mrs Catherine
P
Pope mrs Mary B Peters mrs Ellen
Pinssons mrs 4pseph P Phillips miss Rodeanna
Perrin miss Margaret C Platt Esther
Porter Matilda Poarsons mrs Mary Ann
Parsonage miss Allice Pain mrs John A
R
Reans Charlotte Ravul Anastasia J
Rosco Harriet Rogers M
Russell Charlotte Russell Martha
Ricard Sarah Rurke Martha Y
Ruthen Anna Johanna Rose Henrietta
Riley Amelia Rysell Sarah
Reyni, lds Sally Ann Redmond Ann
Reeves Catherine
S
Sprague mrs Sarah C Smith miss Mary
Stephens mrs Grasey Smith Rebecca
Seaver miss Sarah Smitho mrs Eliza
Spence miss Smith mrs Mary
Smith miss Sally Stnart mrs
Strong miss Julia St Johr. mrs Samuel
Smith Geo Anna Shelton mrs Francis L
Sawyers miss Sophia Sponster Mary Ann
Stewart mrs Mary Stewart mrs Commod'e 2
Swift Ellen Seekill Harvey
Shin Margaret Stinson mrs Andrew
T
Tindle mrs Wm Truinank Emily
Trimble mrs Jno Todd Magdalene
Thompson Letticia Thomas Mary A
Troup L uisa Trapier E M"
Thompson Aurelia Twiggs El.za M H
Tiolller Made T'hompson Mary
Thomnpson B
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Vail Eliza Varkey Mary
Vatee Catherine Valentine Mary
Vickers mrs Jessee
W
'Williams Adaline Williams Maria -
Wattbrte Catherine Wilcox Sarah G
Willtess mrrs Wildtr Harriet
Wells miss Wheeler El;zabeth J
Wide mrs Wickham Tbate
Wilson mrs Whitehead Eliza S
Wright Ellen Mary Wall Eliza W
Watson mrs David


J. J. CODDINGTON, P. M.

%iOSTON AND PROVIDENCE RAIL
ROAD LINE.
FOR NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE.
Atia P/ iArrangements for September
Daily, Sundays excepted.
The MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Wt C;omastocit.
-from New York, at the foot of Chambers street,
on Tuesday and Saturdays, at 5 P. M. From
Providence, at the depot of India Point, on Mon-
days and Thursdays, at 4 P. M.
The PRESIDENT, Capt. R. B. Coleman-from
New York, at the foot of Chambe 's street, on MAn-
days and Thursdays, at 5 P. M. From Providence,
at the dopot at India Point, on Tuesdays and Satur-
days, at 4 P. M.
The BOSTON, Capt. W. H. Townsend-from
New York, at the foot of Chambers street, on Mon-
day, 12th and 26th, at 3 P. M.; on Wednesday 7th
ana 21st, at 5 P. M; on Friday 2d, 16th find 30th, at
5 P. M. From Providence, at the depot at India
Point, on Monday 5th and 19th, at 12 M., on Wed-
nesday 14.h and 28th, at 4 P. M., on Friday 9th and
23d, at 4 P. M.
The PROVIDENCE, Capt. George Child--frorr
New York at the foot of Chambers street, on Mon-
day 5th and 19th, at 3 P. M.; on Wednesday 14th
and 28th, at 5 P. M.; on Friday 9th and 23d, at I
P, M. From Providence, at the depot at India
Point, on Monday 12th and 26th, at 12 M. on Wed-
nesday 7th and 21st, at 4 P. M. on Friday 2d, 16th,
and 30th, at 4 P. M.
Passengers for Boston will be forwarded in the
Railroad cars immediately on their arrival at Provi-
dence.
Cars fo' the 12 o'clock steamer on Monday, will
leaves Boston at 9 o'clock, A. M. and for the 4 o.cl'lk
steamer daily and 1 1-2 P.M.
FrgiKht will be taken on board until 3 o'clock, P.
M. and by arrangements with the Boston and Prov-
idence Railroad company, will be transported both
in the sieamboals and'on the railroad, at reduced
rates of freight and carriage, viz:
On merchandise generally, at 6 cents per foot un-
til 1st November, in the steamboats, and at 20 cts pe
100 lbs railroad then cars. Other articles accord-
ing to the printed lists. And the cheapness and ex-
pegition with which goods may thus be conveyed
betWeen Boston and New York, entitles this route,
via Providence, to the favorable consideration of
shippers.
All merchandise, specie ,and baggage, at the risk
of the owners.
For further information, apply at the office,of the
Transportation Company, No. 106 West street, be-
tween Murray and Warren streets, New York, at
the Railroad depot, Providence, or to the Captains
on board. s3
S I'EAMBOAT NOTICE.
A40g1 Thesteamboat SPLENDID, Capt.
Jas Thompson, (now running to Sag
Harbor and intermediate places) will discontinue her
trips on and after Friday, the 9th instaun. Arrange-
ments are made for the boat to resume her trips in
heearly partof the next season. s6
DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL TOW
BOATS.
ATwo first class steamboats are now
e w. "employed in towing every description
ot vessels to and from said Canal. Terms reasonable.
On theRaritan, steamboat NEW YORK.
Delaware PHILADELPHIA.
For further particulars, apply to the subscriber, No
2 Washington street, New York.
s5 Im H. R. SWAN.
PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY.
Sa The steamboat EMERALD, Capt. E.
CnI 13B. Wells, will leave the foot of Liberty
street every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday after-
noon, st 5 o'clock.
This boat can accommodate 200 passengers with
erthe.
For further information enquire on board, or of
CROOKE & FOWKS,
corner Liberty and West sts.
ry Landin the old State Prison wharf i9
l The steamboat NEW BRIGHTON
WCaptain Waterbury, will commence
her daily trips as above, this day, August 19th, lav-
ing pier No. 4, N R. between Rector and Morris sts.
Leave pier No. 4, between | Leaving New Bristol
Rector & Morris sts. | (late Mesereaus.
At 61 A. M. 6 1-2 A. M.
10 I 11 "
31 P. M. 4 P. M.
51 | 61-2 "
Will leave New Brighton for New York at
71.2 A. M. 41-2 P.M
111-2 1 7 "'
On Sunday to leave New York at 9 1-2, 12, 3 1-4,
and 5 1-2 P. M.
On Sunday, leave New Bristol at 10 1-2, 1 and
41-2 o'clock.
On Sunday, leave New Brighton for N. Y. at
10_PA 11 1- A3-.A anA K 1-. ',la0nir &130


SALES BY AUCTION

EDGAR JENKINS. Auctioneer
BY FRANKLIN & JENKINi.
Sales Room, No. 15 Broad street.
This Dav
12 o'clock., at their nales Room, No 5 Broad street.
1. 168 Town Lots in Bristol, Micoupin county, Illinois-
These 168 lots are laid upon broad streets and the rail load
line from Alton to Sprlngfield; every lot Is 6t feet in width by
it depth, all bounding in roar by alleys 33 ft width; the grour.d
eligible for building and healthy.
The plot is beautifully located upon the borders of a pralrle
in the midst of a settlement already populous, building mate
rials are convenient, and stone coal abundant, and is distant
twelve miles north of Alton.
Terms liberal and made known at ine sale.
Lithographic maps can be had of the t uctioners.
Monday. Sept. 19.
12 o'clock, at their Sales Room, No 15 Broad stJt,
1. By order of the Jefferson Insurance CoImpany-'hat eli-
iable and handsome square plot 'of ground. situate at Chol-
well's Landing, town of Haverstraw, in Rockland county.
state of New York, and which, on a map of said property. made
by Seth Marvin, is distinguished as lot No 15, of t00 ft mea-
suremeni on each side, boundeti easterly by the Hudson river,
northerly by lot No Is, formerly owned by William Thompson;
southerly by Spring st. (formerly owned by Joshua Cholwell,
and westerly by land now or late of Lewis Constant. be the
same more or less. This lot has a barn on it. The lot ielns the
hotel and fronts the river, and is a desirable location.
Sale peremptory.
Terms: tc per cent on the day of sale; 40 percent en delivery
of the dleed; and the balance may remain on bond and mortgage
at 7 per cent for 12 months.
2. Six Lots on Wyckffie Farm, Brooklyn-Six valuable lots
of glouno situate on the south side of ad avenue and westerly
side of i9th st. five fronting on ud as enue and one immediately
in rear fronting on 19th st.
The situation of the above lots may be seen on a map of the
Wyckc ffarm,
Terms- 10 per cent orn the day of sale; the balance on delive-
ry of the deed; St362 of the purchase money can remain on
bond and mortgage for three yeats from June 9th, e103 at 6 er
cent Interest, payable semi annually.
k. Eight Lots on Story Farm. Brookchm--Elght eligible lots
of ground, 25 by tee ft, situate In the Sin ward, Brooklyn, and
onown on the Story farm as Nos 1019 to 1926, extending from
Iath st along the front of 9th avenue, which is 80 feet wide, to
20th st. taking the front of an entire block. The location is de-
cidedly a desirable one, and the land is high. The situation
offers advantages not to be surpassed. and improvements are
making with great rapidity.
Terms: 10 per cent on the day of sale; 30 per cent on the 1st
of October; the remainder may remain on bond and mortgage
on the property for one, two or three years. at 6 per cent. pay-
able semi annually
4. Eight Lots on Myrtle street, Brooklyn--Eight lots situated
on Mytle street, Brooklyn,4 being on dpencer, and 4 adjoining
in rear on Walworth street. Nos 6.4 to 658 and 669 to 672. of
the Van Nostrand. farm. Ground elevated, handsome and
even
5. Valuable Property in Brooklyn-In 7th Ward-- lots on
Myrtle st, soutV side. between spencer and Wentworq sts,
Nos. 637 10 644, each 25 ft b.I II Ift lo ins.
4 lots-2 being on Bedford avenue, a nd 2 In rear on Spencer st,
Nos 697. 68, 65t, each 26 by o100 ft, distant about 182 ft southerly
of Myrtle st.
4 lots on Spancer st, west side, No. 270 to 231, distant about
o0s ftnorth of Myrtle st.
4 lots on northwest comer of Tlllary and Sandford st, No. 144
to 147. each 25 by 100 ft.
4 lots on west side Sandlord, in rorr of above, Nos. 148 to 151.
each 25 by too ft. distant aboutS60 ft frim Wallabout road.
In 8th Ward-0o lots on 20th and 21st sts, between 5th and 6th
avenues, tos 608 to 522 and 541 to 555 on Story laim.
In 9th Ward-11t lots on the Remsen farm. and a short dis-
tance from the rail road depot. Four are situated on the north-
east corner of Mulberly st and Remsen avenue. Nc. 16t to 164,
Eight running through from Remseu to Vanvoorhis avenue, S.ut
ft east of Mulberry, Nos. 173 to 180. Eight running through
from Remscn to Garrison avenue, Nos 221 to 2s--0oo feet east
of Mulberry, and the two centre blacks, 15 and 19. between
Remsen and Garrison avenue and Cedar and Grove sts, Nos.
627 to 674 and 798 to 945.
All the above locations are choice property-title indisputable,
and sale positive to close Joint interest.
Terms liberal are made known at sale Lithographic maps
may be hal previous to the sale,of most of the property.
6. Partition street-9 Lots of ground in the 6th ward, Brook
lyn, on the westerly side of Partition st, between Conover and
Vanbrunt sts. (and to100 ft from either,) each 25 by t10 ft, Nos 18o
to 193. Terms librral and made known at sale.
7. 17 Lots in Brooklyn-- Lots on the westerly side of Bed-
ford avenue, and 8 lots adjoining In the rear on .easterly sideof
4killman st. distant about 160 feet southerly of the Wallabout
road. each 25 by 1O0 ft,
Terms liberal: a large amount may remain on mortgage from
5 to 10 yeaas at 5 per cent.
Also, t lot on the northeast corner of Kent avenue and Wll
loughby st.
The terms and further particulars will be given at the time
of sale
S. Valuable Property In New York, in Flushingiand at Hil-
lett's Cove:-
Neto Yoik -2d street--rhe two lots mid two new two story
modern built b ick houses, with attics and double cellars, five
marble mantels in each house, with black grates, being two of
a row of five houses, on the south side ot 2d1 t. between Iat
avenue. finished in the best manner, with sliding doors, cor-
nices and Amorican locks. The lots are 20 ft in front and rear,
and 105 feet ill inches in depth; rents for 850o per annum each
house. #1000 can remain on bond and mortgage on each house
'sn- lot.
ad avenue-All that certain new house and lot on 3d avenue,
thetweed 18th and 19th sis, beglaring on the northwest-side of
3d avenue, distant69 ft northeast from the northeast side of 18thl
st, being 23 ft in front and rear, by is0 ft In depth on each side.
the house finished itn the most modern style. with marble man-
tels, black Iussia grates, American i cksa. &c. with a store ue-
low; rents for S09 perannum. Also, all that certain houseand
lot al-joituing the above last described, of the same dim sons,
with store below, finished as the above; rents for 8600 per an-
num. Part of the purchase money can remain on bIond and
mortgage on each house, if required. Both of said lets ate leased
from Peter G. Stu, vesant for 21 years, from the 1st of May, 18a3,
at a ground rent of 67i per annum, payable half yearly, and to
be renewed.
village affPishing-Flushing House-All that certain well
known message or dwelling house situate in tte village of
Flushing. and known by the name of the Flushing House,"
formerly "' Flushing Hotel." and lot. situate on the corner of
Bridge and Lawrence sis. being 116 ft on Lawrence st, and 90
ft on Bridge st, rents for 8450 per annum. Part of the purchase
money can remain on bend and mortgage If required.
IIallett's Cave--to Lots at Hallett's Cove, near Ravens-
wood. A great portion of the purchase money may remain on
bond mortgage.
The title to the 'whole property is indi.-pu'able, for particu-
lars which application can be made to Messrs Edwards ani
MeCoun. counsellors at law, 63 Wall st.
9. 46 Lots on Story Farm, Brooklyn-- Lots on Story farm.
Nos 91si to 94s, between the sth and 9th avenues, Ind on 19tn
and 2oth sts.
Also, 8 Lots, Nos 594 to 601, situate on 6th avenue, between
19th and 20th sts.
Terms and further particulars at sale.
to 4 Lots on the Wyckoff Fanm. Brcoklyn-- Valuable lots
of around, Nos 7,. 9 and to on block 9 on a mnapof the Wyckoff
farm, situate on the east side of l8th st, 150 t .south of the 4th
avenue.
Terms: 48 per cent on the da) of sale; So per cent on Ist Oc.
tober, when the deeds will be delivered; anid balance of the
purchase money may remain on bond and mortgage for 1, 2 or
3 years at 6 per cent interest, payable semi-annually.
it. Four Lots in 8th Ward, Brooklyn-Four valuable lots of
ground situate in the 8th ward of tha city of Biook'yn- two on
llth st. and two In rear on 12th st, west of and adjoinlnt the
rear of the 9th avenue lots. These lots are each 25 by lOU feet,
Terms, &cat sale.
Tuesday, Sept. 20,
12 o'clock. attheir Sales Koom..No 15 Broad street,
1. Chancery Sale-Under the direction of David Codwise,
Esq. master In chancery, all that certain lot beginning at th,
intersection of 1 ith st and Dry Dock st, and running northerly
along the easterly side of Dry Dock st 1CE feet 6 ins to 12-h st;
thence westerly along the southerly side of 12th st 84 ft to land
now or late belonging to the estate of Thomas H. Smith; thence
southerly along the lands of the said Thomas H, Smith. and
parallel with Dry Dock st, e6 fr 6 Ins to 1lth st; thence easterly
along the northerly side of llth st to Dry Dock st, the place of
beginning,
Also, all that certain other lot situate in the llth ward, bound-
ed as follows; beginning at the intersection of avenue D and
llth st, aud running northerly along the northerly side or ave-
nue D to Inth st; thence westerly along the southerly side of
l2th st 269 feet to DrA Dock st; thence southerly along the eqst-
er y side of Dry Dock st, and parallel to avenue D 266 tt 6 ins
to Ilth Ct; thence easterly along the northerly side of lth st to
avenue D. the place ofbeglnning.
Andi also, all that certain other lot and land covered with wa-
ter, situate in the llth ward, bounded as follows; beginning at
the intersection of avenue D and I lth st, running thence nortnh-
erly along the easterly side of avenue D to l2th st; thence east-
erly along the southerly side of 1l2th st, as far as the grant by
the mayor, aldermen and cou.mon council of the city of Mew
York to Charles Henry Hall legally extends; thtnce southerly
along the easterly Si :e of said grant to ltth st; thence westerly
along fht southerly side of Ilth st te avenue D. the plhce of
beginning.
See advertisement signed
David Codwise, master in chancery. -
2. 84 Buildtng Lots at Peacock's Point, L. I. situated at the
steamboat landing, between Glen Cove andl Oyster Bay, about
three miles from the former and six miles from the latter, and
thirty miles from the city of New Yo k.
The steamboat Sun makes her regular trips dally, stopping
to land her passengers at this point.
The lots are different dimensions, from 25 bv ICO ft to 15 by
288 foet in depth. The ground is elevated, and commands an
extensive view of tho Sound and adjacent county, anti the
shores possess fine fishing ground The foundation is laid and
the building now erecting for an extensive hotel at the land-


ing.
S. Valuable Tracts of Land situate in the town of Greellfild,
county of Luzerne. state of Pennsylvania, viz: -
No 1, one tract, containing 381 acres;
2, do do 33f9 do;
3, do do bUo do,
Also, 1 tract, containing 390 acres; situate In the town of
Rush, Susquehanna county.
The above tracts are well watered and timbered, and are con-
sidered fist rate lands, well suited fr grazing or raising sheep
or cattle.
The timber is principally sugar maple, leach, hemlock and
pine. The land Is greatly undulating, and is between the De-
laware and Susquehanna rivers, within thirty miles of the
boundary line ot the state of New York.
Its proximity to the New Yoik and Erie rail road makes It
very desirable for a capitalist, or foi an enterorlsing settler
or farmer
The title is believed to be unexceptionable.
The s;tle will be peremptory to close a trust, and the assignee
will execute to the purchaser the usual assignee deed, with co-
venants against their own acts only.
The terms and farther particulars will be made knew at
the sale.
2. Property in the towns of Stratford and Perc., county of
Coos. state of New Hanrpshire-A number or lots in the atove
towns, each containing tiumn 2o to 250 acres, to be surveyed
"ituated contiguous to the Connecticut river, anl valuable for
its pine, sitnuce, hemlock, maple and hard waod. The soil is
rendered fertile and eligible tor sattlemenls, by a gentleman In
in ihis city who was two months on the property.
This sale Is made to close a concern. and will he offered in
convenient parcels and the title made by a gentleman in this
city.
A map of the locations and notes of an explorer can be had
at the auction room.
Terms. half the purchase money cash; one fourth on the
tih of February, 1837, and a quarter in one year. with interest.
Thursday. Srpt. 22,
12 o'clock, at theirSales Room, No 15 Broad street,
1. 4ISt and A9th street-Three lots of around situate one on
the north side ot 47th st, and the tworadjoinlng in rear on south
side 8. h st. distant 280 ft west of h avenue Tl'hese are hand-
some building lots, and are now highly cultivated as a garden.
Terms and farther/ particulars at sale.
2. Canriine and Chu,'ch streets aud Williamsburgh -The
two story brick tront house and lot No 89 Camine st. on the
north side, between Bleeckur and Bedford sts: lot 23 by lod ft;
the house 25 by 44 ft, finished in the best manner.


SALES BI AUCTION.

JAMES BLEECKEK. Auctioneer.
BY JAMES B.EEICKER & SONS.
Saels Room N e. 13 Broad st., near W4 list.
Tuesday,Sept. 20,
At 1.2 o'dlock-13 Broad street.
1. A Farm contaiRing 17 acres, situate In the town of North-
field at Spring Vale. Staten Island, three miles from New
Brighton. This farm is in a high state of cultivation, and Is
entirely tree from low or marhygrouna. The dwelling house
is :n first ra e cider, 40 ft Iron by 40 ft in depth, containing ten
sooms exclusive of the basement story Thereis a large barn.
stable, coach house, &c. A never-falling stream of water runs
through the farm: a well of excellent water in the rear f thie
house. A largc garden, orchard and vineyard.
2 The modern first class two story brick honpe rnd lot cor-
ner of Prince and Sullivan r's The hose was built about 3
years ago, is hindrcmely finished with good basement rooms
with fits places, grates and n.arble mantels, an under cellar,
an excellent cistern with pump in the yard, folding doors man.
els and grates on first flooeer, 8 aitic br d rooms. &c.
3 A lot on the east of Hamilton st, In the village of Pough-
keepsle, 50ft front and tear and 210 ft in depth.
4. The valuable property No 20 and 22 Wall st, adjoining the
Phenix Bank, containing in front 61 ft. in rear 81 ft it inches,
on the easterly side 116 It and 130 4 Ins the westerly side.
A survey map of the property can be seen at theauction,
room where lithographed maps can be obtained.
Three fourths of the purchase money can remain on bond and
mortgage for a term of years.
For further particulars enquire of the auctioneers,
6. Trustee and Executrix Sale-All, that certain three story
dwelling house and lot of land, situated on th0 north side of -
Beaver St. between 'Broad and William sts. fn the 1st ward of
the city i-f New York. now known by the Streetlumber 45
-Beaver st: bounded southerly in front by Beaver M,#.westerly
by a house and let late of Solomon Salters; itoetherty In the
rear by property formerly of Tunis Quick; and easterly byv land
of Thomas Gardner, containing in Widtb In front22 it 6 ins. in
the rear 20 ft, and in length on each sfie 117 it, be the said di-
mensiens more or less.
At I o'clock. on the Premises.
Newo Carmaant Conn.--Valuable Property at Now Canaan,
Falflield county, Conn.--Utwards of-lo valuable building lots
In the village of New Canaan, Cenn. situate on Main, South,
Grand and North sts. These lots" ate immediately adjoining
thb village of New Canaan, within a few minutes walk of the
post office, &c. &e. The lots are all 50 feet front, andaverage
about 160 ft Ia depth.
Thursday, ept.. 22,
At 12 o'coclK-13 Broad street,
1. A house* house and lot in the village of Baskenrldfe, New
Jersey. occupied by tho Rev. Mr Andersen. The lot is 81 feet
on the main st. in'front, extending backs81 ft, anilIn the rear
104 ft 6 inq breadth. Ths house is built in niodern style, and is
37 ft G Ins front hy 30 ft deep., I stories high, with a most com-i
modious cellar and large garret. On the ist floor are a spa
clous hall, 3 sitting rooms, kitchen.&c.; on the second-floor 4
large bedrooms, with pcesses, &c. On thr premises are a sta-
ble, carriage house, cowhouse, hay loft, &c.
2. Township of Piscataway- Trhe valuable farm situated in
the township of Piscalaway. New Jersey, one mile and a half
from New Brunswick, and one mile from the rail read, which
i.- proarepsine rapidly from New-York to Philadelphia, will be
completed as far as New Brunswick before 41b July. Sidil
farm contains 10 acres, 20 .f which are wood, numerous
streoms of water, two good orchards, an abundance of cherry
and other fruit trees, a large double house very convenient,
with all the improvements. It Is a beautiful snd! healthy
situation for a country residence. Persons wishing to view
the farm ;an do so by calling on John Platt, Esq. at Nevr
Brunswick.
S. Bedford Corners--Eight lots handsomely situated on Ben- .
son avenue,' comprising the whole fronts between Bleecker
and Hudson sts.
Also, a Lots fronting on Jamaica tail road, between Hudson
and Chestnut sts.
Also, I Lot in rear on Hudson st.
The lets are all 25 ft front, and vary from 97 ft 6 ins to 112 ft
ins In depth.
4. The elegant double two story house and lot No,. 8 Prince
street. to100 feet west of Broanway, the lot is 87 feet 6 inches by
iol fret deep. The house is 87 ftet 6 inches front, and is ele-
tgntly finished with mahogany doers anti white Italian mar-
ble mantles and contains i1 reems with fire places.
6. Two lots of ercund No. 14 Charleston street on the sonth
side between McDteual and Varick, each lot Su ft 4 Inches In
front, 20 ft 9 Inches in the rear and 100 feet deep,betweep the
handsome houses of Misses Paulding and Hanton.
Terms-5 per cent on delivery of deed, The balance onbond
and mortgage.
S. Two valuable lots in the city of Brooklyn, in Livingston
street, south east and adjoining the late beautiful residence of
Dr. Moot. these lots are in the immediate vicinity of- the new
City Hall now erecting,and only two streets from the rail
road ~nd one from Fulton st, lots 25 by ito ft each,
7. The lease of two handsome lots of ground, 10 y0ars unex-
pirel from November is36.eeing Nos. 28 and 30on the south
side of Sth street, near the Bowery, rent SS5 per annum.
8. Building lots in Bookiyn-.-100 or more builitne lots
on Clove Road, Bedford imad Franklin avenues, and Skiilmrre
street., in th ninth waid of the city of Brooklyn, within a
few yards of the rail ioad.
The advantage and Improvements going on in the vicinity
of Bedford Corner are too well known to need any desctip-
tion,
A eoon chance is here presented for proftiable investment.
Easy access can be had for viewing the property from all the
terries.by means ot01 ral roads. & ,.
Title indisputuble. Terms will be made known at time of
sale.
Maps can be had at the sales room. one week previous to
sale.
Tuesday, Sept. "7, I
At 12 o'clock-13 Broad street.
1 i. PeretmVtory Sale of100 Valuable Buildtng Lots in HS i.
liamsburgh--lue Valuable Building Lots in the Village pfWit .
Itailst,utgh, on Bushwlck avenue atid the Jamaica and Wil-
liamsburgh turnpl e, or Nor h 2t st, including thie valuable
coiner formed by the Intersection of these two aventus.
The lots are loc.aed in the most important atid. improving
pant of the village, in the vinlty or the extensive improve.
ments now in progress on Grand st, at a point -knwn as the
four Corners of Willlamsburrh and Bushwich, hailing fronts
noon two of the most important thoroughfares in the village.
The adxanlages of this situation are too well known to need
any description The business of the east part of William! -
burgh must concentrate at this eoli;,..the turnpike being the
only outlet for business and travel from Williamr burgh to the
east end of the island.
There is at present a church, a hotel, and several fine bulld-
ings immediately opposite. The ground is high, add conn-
mands a fine prospect, and is well calculated either for the
erection of dwelling houses or stores; for the latter there will
soon be a demand, and abetter location for which cannot bo
found.belng equal, if not superior to any in the village.
It is in conttmplatlon to have W' lllamsabrgh Incorptorated,
whioh cannot fail adding ereat y to its prosperity.
In addition to the new ferry from Peck slip to Willamr-
burgh, another is shortly to be established from rha foot of 4tn
street.
The improvements which are now making pnre permanent,
and nothing can impedle the rapid rise ot property.
The plot which is now ffired for sale contains as many ad-
vantages as any similar piece of property on tie Island. and
offers great inducements to the purchasers of real estate.
S. MAIL STEAM P/CKETSY OLUMhBIA &
WM. GIBBONS, FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.
a The Steam Packet COLUMBIA,
Captain E. L. Halsey, will leave pier
No. 3 North River, as follows :
From NEW YOnK, Frnm CHARLeSTON.
aturday, 23d July, at4 P.M. Saturday, 30th July, at 4 P.M.
4 6th Aug. 4 13th Aug. 4 "
20th "' 4 271h 4 "
3d Sept. 4 10th Sep. 4
17tlh 4 24th 4 "
". 1st Oct. 4 8th Oct. 4 "
"' 15th 4 22d 4 "
29th 4 5th Nov 4 "
12th Nov. 4 11th 4 '
26th 4 3d Dec. 4 ."
The Steam Packet WM. GIBBONS, Capt. Joseph
Spinney, will leave Pier 3, North River, as follows :
FroM NEW YoBnI. From ChARLESTON.
Saturday, 30th Jtly, at 4 P.M Saturday, 23d July, at4 P.M,
"tahAug. 6th Aug 4 "
27th 4 20th 4
l0tlhSept. 4 3d Sept. 4 "
4lt 4 17th 4 "
8th Oct. 4 '" I 1st Oct. 4 "
22d 4 15th 4 "
5Uth Nov. 4 29th 14 "
19th 4 12thl Nov. 4 "
SdDec. 4 25th 4 "
In order that passengers for the South may know
when to meet the Packets, the abgve arrangements
are announced on which dnys and w!'ich hours they
will leave precisely.
Letters by the above Steam Packets will be recei-
ved at the Post Office until 2 o'clock, P. M. on the
day of sailing.
For passage (having elegant ftrniohfd accommo-
dations, as her plan of arrangements of the cabtnE,
as to be seen at the office) apply to the captains on
board, or to CHARLES MORGAN,
jyl9 f5 Washington street.
Summer Arransement.


emf PATERSON & NEW YORK RAIL
ROAD LINE.-- By steam power.-
Ticket Office, 75 Col tr land street. '

Hours from Paterson Hours from New York
At A. M. | At A. M.
8 I 9 "
11 [ 12 "
2 P. M. 3 P. M.
43-4 | 51-2 "
ON SUNDAY.
Paterson. New York.
At 6 1-2 o'clk, A. M. [ At 8 o'clock, A. M.
8 10
3 P. M. I P. M.
5 "t "
Tickets in Car A, with three apartments, limited
to eight persons in each apartment, sin shil:ins.
Tickets for other Caas, five shillings.
Office in Paterson, opposite Van Antwerp's Ho-

A!l passengers from New York or Paterson will be
required to procure tickets, and to occupy seats in
the Cars according to the directions of their tickets ;
and it is recommended to passengers in New York to
purchasetneir tickets and be at the Ferry at least five
minutes before the stated hours of departure.
PATRICK COUGHLIN,
s2 Agent in New York.
HAVEN AND HARTFORD 'TA'EA YL OAT
LINE.
ew bl The Steamboat NEW IHAVEY,
---p Capt. J. Stone, and the Steamboat
NEW YORK, Capt. B. Stone, will alternately leavo
the East Rivet steam-boat place, foot of Beekiin
street, for New Haven daily (Sundays excepted)
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THE NEW YORK TIMES


NEW YORK.

SATURDAY MORNING, 8EPT. 17, 1

FOR PRESIDENT.

MARTIN VAN BURE
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.

RICHARD M. JOHNSO

TAIMIANIY :SOCIETY OR COLVIIB
ORDER.
BROTHiERS.-A special meeting of the Institution w
held in the Council Chamb 'r of the Great Wigwav
Monday Evening, 19th Inst. at half an hour after the s
of the sun. General aad punctual attendance is requ
By order of the GRAND SACHAM. I
JOHNJ. BEDIENT, Secret
Manhattan season of Hunting, Eighthl Moon, year o
cover 334, of Independence 61, andofthe Institulieot
48th.

E- SNATORIAL CONVENTiON -
Convention ofDemocratic Repu blican Delegates front
several counties composing the first Senatorial Distrit
vorable to the General and State Administrations, held
simant to appointment and public notice, at tihe Inn of Il
Van Cott, in the Iowa of Jamaica int the county of Quit
on the 13th day of Oct'ber. 1635, the HIon. BENJAMIN
STRONG, ofthe county of Queens, was chosen Chair
Dr. Richard Pennell, of New York, and Ceo. S. Phl
Esq., of Suffolk, were chosen Secretaries.
It was unanimous sly
Resolved, Thai the next Senatorial Convention ofthis
trirct be held at Tammany Hall, in the city of New Yor
the second Tuesday in October, 1836, at 12 o'clock at i
and that the Chairmian and Secretaries cause this result
to be published for at least one month previous to the i
ing of the next Conventlon, in the Democrat newspaj
in this District
Resolved, That the proceedings of this Conventint
signed by the Chairman and Secretaries, and publishql
Democratic newspapers of this District.
BENJAMIN W. STRONG, Chairman,
RICHARD PENNErL. secretaries
GORG PHILLIPS, Secretes

THE STATE CONVENTION.
The Delegates of the Republican State Cony
tioA assembled at Syracuse, on Wednesday last.
ofcial report of the proceedings has not yet been
ceived; we are indebted for the following particul
to gentlemen who were present
The Convention was organized as follows :
Nathaniel Garrow, of Cayuga, President.
Mr. Varick, of Westchester, Vice President
Prosper M. Wetmore, of New York, Secretary.
William L. Marcy, was nominated for Governoi
John Tracy, was nominated for Lt. Governor.
For State Electors, Cornelius W. Lawrence, oft
city, and James McCall, of Alleghany.
The Electors nominated for this district are S
phen Allen, John Targee, Campbell P. White, a
Gideon Ostrander.
No furtherparticulars have yet been received. T
official report will be furnished in our next. The C
vention sat but one day.

MAINE ELECTION.
The Portland Argus of Tuesday publishes retur
from 16 towns which give Dunlap, (demo.) 2218 vol
for Governor, and Kent, (fed.) 1463. The Arg
-says-
The Democratic Governor is donbless re-elect
by a GREAT MAJORITY! The Democratic S
natora are elected in this County by overwhalmia
majorities !"
Notwithstanding the apathy which prevailed
created byan overweening confidence in our streng
-we have achieved a decided and triumphant victor
-a victory which destroys forever the hopes of tl
Bank panic party in this State!
- The causes which have occasioned so many sea
tearing votes for Representative to Congress, are loce
and cannot affect the election of Governor, nor
any event be brought to operate upon our elector
vote in November. This District will not only c
ber duty at another trial, on the Congressional Elet
tion-but will, with the State at large, exhibit
SPLENDID majority for Van Buren and Johnson
at the Presidential Election. Our Disuict is at leas
ONE THOUSAND strong against Federalism an
its allies.
We perceive by the Argus that our Corresponder
fiade a mistake in reporting the number of votes cai
for Kent in Portland-he was correct, however, i
his report of the vote for Representative to Congrest
the only doubtful question in the County.
In 15 towns in York County, Dunlap has 249
votes, Kent 1860. In 16, Fairfield (demo.) has 246
votes for Congress, and Porter, (fed.) 1840. The can
didates for State Senators run on each side in abou
he tame proportion. The Democrats have swep
the Board.-Boston Post.

Seven Hundred and Twenty-five Democrati
Net (ain in Eight Towns !-We received yester
day rettrni from eight towns in Cumberland County
which give Dunlap, (dem.) for Governor, 2661-Ken
(fed.) 1171. Ia the same towns last year DuIhp hat
2124-King, (fed.) 1359-Democratic nett gain thi.
year 725.
In these towns Smith (dem.) has received for Con
gress 2163-Brooks (fed.) 1783-scattering, 277. Ii
the same towns ini 1834 Smith had 2992-Churchil
2475-scattering, 42. Smith's loss since 1834, 829-
Federal loss, 692-Smith's nett loss, 137. It is fear-
ed that the great number of scattering votes wil
prevent an election of a member of Congress frorr
Cumberland at this trial.--Boston Post.

Maine Election.-It appears that in Cumberlanc
District, represented in the present Congress by F
0. J. Smith, there has been no election, a majority
being necessary to a choice.
We give the returns of votes as far as they have
been received. By comparing them with the votes
of 1834, for member of Congress, it will be seen thai
the aggregate number is less than that of'34 by soms
2,000 votes.


Cumberland District- Congress.
186. 1834.
Brooks, Smith, Churchill, Smith.
whig. V. B. Seat. whig. V. B.
3006 3086. 467. 4822. 5254.

Yermont Elections.-The returns leave little rea-
son to doubt the success of the whig" ticket for
governor, lieut. governor, and treasurer, though by a
small majority-" a majority so meagre" (says the
Montpelicr Patriot) "as only to serve to stimulate
every democrat to renewed exertion. It is the last
dying struggle, and the last victory of the whig aris-
tocracy in this state. Waterloo awaits them in No-
vember. In 129 towns, the result is, Bradley, (demo-
* crat) 10,613; Jenison, (whig) 11,689-majority for
Jenison, so far, 1,076. The same towns, last year,
gave Bradley 8,959; opposition 14,750-majority 5,791
-reducing their majority 4,715. How long can whig-
gery keep her head above water at this rate ?"
The state senate, the Patriot conjectures, will stand
nearly equal. In. Washington and Caledonia coun-
ties, the democratic senators are elected by handsome
majorities-in the former, by nearly 500; and proba-
bly in Orleans, Essex, Grand Isle, and Franklin.-
The result in Orange it considers doubtful, while it
concedes that Chittenden, Addison, Windsor and
Rutland have elected opposition senators. Windhamin
and Bennington not heard from.
Of 167 members elected to the house of represen-
tatives, the Patriot puts down 91 as democrats and 76
as either whigs or anti-masong-at all events opposed
to the administration-without pretending however,
to entire accuracy. Still, it says, "We are pretty
well persuaded that Samuel Prentiss cannot he re-
elected to the U. S. Senate.
With regard to the congressional candidates, the
Patriot thinks it quite certain that Mr. Everitt in the
3d and Mr. Slade in the 2d district, are re-elected
over Mesars. Partridge and Barber, their republican
opponents; and quite as uncertain how the contest
has resulted betweenn Messrs. Robinson and Hall, int
the 1st, and between Messrs. Van Ness and Allen in
the 4th. Of the election of Gen. Fletcher in the 5th
district, over Janes, the federal incumbent, there is
no doubt, and by a majority rauging from 4 to 500.
The following is a summary of the returns pub-
lished in the Patriot for Governor;
Bradley, Jennison,
Counties. dem. fed.I
Washington, 2,090 1,639
Caledonia, 1,340 1,099
Orange, 14 towns 1,595 1,886
Windsor, 15 do 1,282 2,799
Chittenden, 12 do 1,014 1,061
Addison, 15 do 630 1,535
Orleans 9 do 537 489
Rutland, 7 do 547 835
Windham, 9 do' 819 1,076
Franklin, 4 doi 506; 212
Bennington, 4 do 726 484
Essex. 4 do 157 109


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are under of visiting every tent to find the sick,
Early this morning we broke up our cump,with the
hope ofexperiencing no more delays. Ifso, the par-
ty will enjoy good health from the constant excite-
ment of motion, and from their inability of obtaining.
articles of food that may be hurtful to them.
I have the honor to be, with great respect, your
obedient servant,
(Signed) F. H. ABADIE, M. D.
To Gen.Gibson, Com'y. Gen. of Subsistence.
REMOVAL OF THE CREEKS.
Ext-ract of an official letter from Major General
Thomas S. Jessup, dated
Tallassee, August 31, 1836.
I have the satisfaction toinform you that th- prin-
cipal of the Creeks, Hopoethle Yoholo, coimenced
his journey westward, with a band of aboei twenty
two hundred, men, women and children. He will be
joined at Wetumpka by three or four thousand more ;
and in the course of two weeks I think the greater
part of the nation will be in motion."-Globe.

For the Tiaimes.
The power of taxation was conferred upon Con-
gress for the exclusive purpose of providing means to
defray the necessary expenditures of the Government
-and any attempt at its exercise for a different ob-
ject is as unwise as it is derogatory to the spirit of
the constitution. We have now arrived at an era
without parallel in the history of ether nations, and
most auspicious to our own. The unexampled pros-
perity of our country, since the conclusion of the late
war with Great Britain, has enabled us not only to
pay the current expenses'of the nation,but also to ex-
tinguish the heavy debt which 'at that period bur-
thened us. Hitherto no government has existed
whose pecuniary demands upon its people severe con-
fined to the simple purpose of carrying on its admin-
istration, and it is a matter of the last importance
that we should now establish a system of legislation
adapted to this new crisis in our affairs; which,
avoiding, as far as practicable, disturbing the estab-
lished industry of the country, shall at the same
time offer no encouragement to prodigal expenditure.
Itis not my design at the present moment to advo-
cate an immediate revision of the existing Revenue
laws, though it must be evident to every one
that such a revision must eventually take place.-
My purpose at present is to shew that the


1 The Creek Indians are joining their ranks.
Solomou Warren, who returned on Monday evs
last from Tallahassee, tells ua that Middle Flori
S3a in an alarmed state-that the Creeks are pasi
through in great numbers. He states that he
four different gangs of Indians going South. In
which he saw on his way to Tallahassee, west o
N Alapaha, he should judge he saw about 50 Ind
N* The other three companies he saw on his re
west of the Withlacoochee, (not the Outhllachuci
the Indian nation, memorablefor the battle fo
S last winter on its banks) a river emptying int(
N. Suwanee. Mr. W. states that those Indians have
as he heard yet committed murder in pas
IAN through, but they steal and carry off horses, c
and provisions, and plunder houses.
On Sunday last, two Indians were seen at 3
ill be Monroe's place, on the roadl towards Newnan'
n, on fifteen miles from Garey's Ferry. The Indians
getting soon strike another blew.
ested Col. Mills, who was here a few days for the
pose of arranging the accounts of 4tL. Regiment
M., has returnedto Newnansville. He describes
ry. sufferings of the people at that place, to be almost
Dis. yond the powerof human endurance. In fact the su
n the ings are beyond endurance, for a great portion
s16 under them, almost welcoming the approach of d,
as a relief from the burden of their miseries.
At e The Col. said he should not qnit the field so I
n the as a man was able to shoulder a gun. Colon
I, fa- Warren and Mills have indeed been active, from
pur-
enry very commencement of the war.
eens, The Indian woman, and her son and daughter,
I W. were a few weeks since taken up near Bran
man Branch, brought to this place, and sent hence
ilips, Black Creek, have been carried to St. Augustine
She says her husband is a Chief, that he is rich
sdis horses, cattle and slaves. His name is Pa-she-st
k oh he went by water to the Seminoles. According
noon her report, a great gang of Indians, men, women a
iation children, have gone to the Seminoles, from the Cre
rneet
pers She is undoubtedly a Creek.
On Sunday last a week, Capt Curry, with a port
n he of his command, paying a patroling visit to Col H
dr in low's plantation the scene of the late Indian devas
tion, surp-ised the two negroes who some weeks sil
ran away from their master, Judge Bethune. 1
negroes being on the alert, escaped from the wind
ot a building left unburned, and taking to the b
they had stolen when they left their master, 1
pushed nearly 200 yards from the shore before tl
en- were discovered. Capt C. called to them, order
The them to return. With rapid strokes they plied tV
re- oars, and heeded not his command, mrusting to
speed of their boat for safety. Capt. C's. rmen fi:
lars upon them. It is supposed one of the two was wont
cd. He soon resumed his oar and both escaped.
On Judge Bethune's return front Fernondina I;
week, he found in his dormitory one of the two gu
said negroes had taken from Capt. D. S. Gardin
t. The other was found standing against tlhe door
one of the negro houses. This circumstance evin(
not only that the negroes have been to their ma
r. ter's house, but that they have some disposition
returning to him, instead of, as it was supposed, jo:
his ing the Seminoles.
',7,'I' Fromn the St Augastirce Ieralil,|31 st ilt.
On Saturday night last, Lieut. John R. Andrew,
te- Capt. Phillips company of volunteers, was shot
S one of the sentinels stationed on Hanson's plantatic
nd Lieut. A. commanded thedetachment, and an alai
was given, and the Lieutenant went outside the li
'he of sentinels to observe the cause of the alarm, w
on returning in another direction when he was fired it
on by a sentinel. The contents of the musket, o
ball and three buckshot passed through his hat. 0
of the buckshot struck him in his head, flattened ani
turned edgeways into the skull. The wound is n
ms considered dangerous. No blame is attached to t]
sentinel.
es An express arrived last night from Fort Gillilan
us (Newnansville.) It is reported that the Indians ha,
invested the place, and that there is a scarcity ofpi-r
ed visions. Colonel Crane, with commendable promp
e- ness, has ordered to that pointall the mounted troop
e that could be spared, both regulars and militia, and
Supply of provisions to last them until the 1st of Nt
varmbert The Indians are in force, it is said from 3
h 400. Newnansville is the last remaining post no
occupied by our troops in the territory between Blac
y Creek acid the Suwannee river. It is distant above
e 80 miles west of St. Augustine.

Major B. K. Pierce arrived here on Monday lai
l, from Micanopy via Garey's Ferry. He departed thi
S afternoon in company with 100 mounted regulars fc
al Newnansville. Captes. Dnmmett's and Curry's con:
lo panics of mounted volunteers have also been ordered
to march to the same point.
a One hundred and 16 sick and wounded U S troops
a, arrived on Monday last from Micanopy via Garey'
n, Ferry in the steam boat; several officers have als.
d arrived. Micanopy has oeen abandoned, and th
troops have all been removed to Garey's Ferry. No
thing has been seen or heard of the Indians since ili
it really gallant and handsome affair of the 20th inst
st We have heard it stated that Oseola exhibited a great
S deal of science, and made some very handsome
movements on the field in that action ; his warrior;
s, exibited a great degree of military discipline. The
action took place in Gen. Clinch's cana field, and
1 from the nature of the ground, being cut up with
S ditches together with a considerable unevenness
6 of ground, Major Pierce could not bring his artillery
to bear.
it
)t FROM THE ARMY-OFFICIAL.
Erwin's Settlement, Aug. 14, 1836.
Generals: I take pleasure it informing you of oui
c arrival so far, with comparatively few losses by death
among the Indians, although we laid eight days al
Racrot, waitinguntil the wagons could be collected,
t where they obtained a great deal of green fruit and
S corn, which I could not prevent their purchasing,
s and which occasioned much dysentery and cholera
amongst them.
- I have had only between' forty and fifty deaths
since we left Fort Mitchell, and those among the
1 very young and very old. The proportion is thirty-
- five children ; the balance old people and a few men.
Much sickness still prevails from their eating every
l thing green they can find on the road, but, fortu-
a nately, it is not of a very fatal character, and yields to
remedial means.
I can but ascribe the success of our remedies to the
dietetic means furnished by the agents of the con-
I tractors; the sick being supplied with rice through
the entire course of the disease, if necessary, and by
my preventing that any thing iniurious should be
given them, in which I encountered much opposition
and difficulty. I had the satisfaction ofseeingnaany
e bad cases recover.
- The transportation far the sick has been satisfacto-
ry to me ; and the ick of the party, as well as the
t time of the year being taken in consideration, we
have been much favored in having so few deaths.
Doubtless Lieut. Barry has informed you that an
assistant has been furnished me at Montgomery,
which was then very necessary, two boats being re-
quired to carry the party to New Orleans. He has
been continued in the service from the many sick
and the great labor attending our attendance upon
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in the part lie had just performed ; spoke of the ef-
fect this had had on his ambition, and that their ap-
probation had stamped him as an actor. He bade an
affectionate farewell, and the audience, amidst the
waving of kerchiefs from the ladies, gave six heartfelt
cheers in return.-Star.

We extract the following front the Oswego Palladi-
um. Mr. Johnson fully corroborates Judge Wright's
opinion of the feasibility of this route:-
Oswego and Utica Rail Road.-We have much
pleasure in laying before the public the following
letter of E. F. Johnson, Esq., civil engineer, on
the subject of this contemplated rail road. Mr. J.
is now employed as chief engineer on the Hudson
and Erie rail road, and his opinions on any subject
connected with civil engineering are entitled to much
weight. From his recent survey of the route for a
ship canal from this village to Utica he is enabled to
speak of the route with a view to the construction of
a rail road with much confidence-and his opinion on
this subject, taken in connection with that of the ve-
teran Benjamin Wright, Esq. which we published a
few weeks since, must, we think, be regarded by the
public as conclusive evidence of the eligibility of this
route.
To G. H. Mc Whorter, C. J. Burckle, T. S. Mor-
gan and A. P. Grant, Esqrs., Commissioners.
Gentlemen,-In reply to your request that I should
give you my views relative to the proposed rail road
from Utica to Oswego-I would state, that having
been employed to make an examination and estimate
of cost for a canal on a large scale, between tlhe
points above mentioned, I am somewhat familiar with
the general shape of the country, and with the facili-
ities it affords for the construction and profitable op-
eration of the contemplated road.
The Utica and Schenectady rail road at its termi-
nation in Utica is 19 feet below the surface of the
Erie canal at that place; and as the canal is one con-
tinued level to thie Rome summit, the total rise to
the latter point from Utica is onl 19 feet-and the
distance being 15 miles, the average ascent will pro-
bably not exceed two feet per mile; or, supposing
the road to run directly through Rome village, which
is elevated thirty or forty feet above the canal, the
average will not vary much from three feet per mile.
From the Rome summit to the surface of the Onei-
da lake the descent is seventy feet, or if estimated
from Rome village, about one hundred feet, and dis-
tance thirteen miles.
The land on the north shore of the Oneida lake
rises gradually from the water, and to obtain the best
ground it may be necessary to preserve an average
elevation of say twenty-five or thirty feet above the
level of the lake, which gives for the thirteen miles


Mt When the surplus remainingin the treasury on t
in:- 1st January next, shall come to be divided among d
]a is
sin various states, its expenditure will be directed by t
saN% several local legislatures. Doubtless inany measiu
ona will, by means of it," be accomplished, which will ri
.the only be ornamental, but substantially useful'tot
anrS.
urn, country. Millions will be expended in state impro'
y in ments which have hitherto been neglected from i
1gh t conviction of the people that their utility would not
theI
not commensurate with the burthen which their cc
sing struetion would impose. When, however, this
.ttle penditure is made from a fund which seems to ha

VIrs been accumulated without any exaction from t
ilIe. community-a gift graciously bestowed, with
will charge, from the national government-these ii

ar- prov ments will be most gladly adopted. Yet
F. truth they have cost the same people the like cont
the bution from the fruits of their own industry, whi
bc- they had previously refused to make, because, altl:
ler-
ink desirable, they were not of sufficient importance
ath justify taxationifor their accomplishment. Then
ng will arise an improvident expenditure of money a
els cumulated from the exactions of the revenue la\
the upon the people. TOMPKINS.

lao Official Census of Newark.-The assessors ha'
to just made their return to the City Council, and repo
the number of inhabitants as amounting to $19,732
11in but the Daily Advertiser observes that the populatic
ho may be computed at more than 20,000, as the cenet

nd was taken during the season when most of the ma
ks manufacturers had suspended operations. There arebi
on 324 colored males and 396 colored females among
al- the population, and 10 slaves. 543 shoemakers, 52
a- saddle and harness makers, 433 carpenters, 339 car
ce riage makers, 245 hatters, 209 tailors, 97 merchants
'h e
h 7 printers, 294 blacksmiths, 130 painters, 27 ston
at cutters.
ad
ey Theatre, Park.--There was a grand success las
ag.- night--both in the opera, and the ballet. Miss Hot
eir toi justified the expectations of her friends, the final
aie
ad was enthusiastically encored. She has a fine person
d- and features, and showed more self possession tha
st could have been expected in the business of the part
ns Her voice is beautiful in quality ; it is a soft, mos
A. sweet, contralto, and is trained with admirable skil.
Of She does credit to the proud school in which shewa
es taught, and when practice and familiarity with th

of stage shall have brought her to throw out the ful
n- strength of her voice there will be nothing to desire
If there was any defect last night, it was in her no
of exhibiting half her actual power.
y Jones, an old favorite, was most warmly received
n. and it was pleasant to observe the feeling that doe:

e exist towards one who is deservedly a pet. We hopi
is hlie will not leave us again. Riching's had his oln
part, Dandini, and made it what it was of old, chasti
e and most efFective. Povey, a most useful, and in his
ie
d line, excellent performer, was, of necessity we sup.
t pose, thrust into Abidoro, which he cant do ; and tha
e manager is alone to blame for it.
S But the dancing was a wonder. Augusta secured
Usher fame. Nothing like it has ever been seen here;
it was an exquisitely graceful, floating and light as
s the gossamer, speaking almost in its expressiveness
a There is none of the glaring coarse exercise of legs
that has prevailed; no vulgar clap trap pirouettes;
0 it was lady like, or rather sylph like, etherial, beauti-
ful. It, was what Lady Morgan called "tthe poetry
t of motion."
t She appears again to night in a different ballet.
S Miss Horton and Jonies are announced for the
r Marriage of Figaro.

Bowery Theatre.-Miss Cushman, the successful
debutante of last Monday, takes a Benefit to-night
and in a varied and attractive bill, appeals to the pa-
tronage of the friends of dramatic merit. This young
lady, whose excellent private character, and modest
and chaste acting, merit the support of her sex, is
announced both for tragedy, opera, and farce; and
will be ably seconded by Miss Waring, a valuable ac-
tress, inferior in general utility to none upon the
stage. With a bill so admirable, a full audience will
rio doubt be assembled, and we trust the young lady
may have no cause io think the New York public un-
generous supporters of talent and worth.

The Philadelphia Archer Club have been celebrat-
ing their ninth anniversary. The target was at
eighty yards distance, and several arrows hit it, some
hundreds having been discharged. What nonsense
to cultivate archery in these days of the rifle Why
do they not practice with the far more efficient mo-
dern weapon. Their Lincoln green tunics, and float-
ing plumes would serve as well, and beauty and
bright eyes would come as eagerly to note their skill
which would be worth something if they acquired
any.
*
Mr. FoaamST last night took his farewell of his
countrymen at the Park, in Othello. The house was
crowded to the ceiling, and would have been uncom-
fortably crammed with hundreds more had not many
been, fortunately for those present, deterred from
coming by the advanced prices at which numbers of
tickets were purchased on speculation, which led to
the belief that there would be no room, all of which
was so much gain to the other theatres.
Mr. Forrest s acting was as powerful and finiMsed
as we have before described it. At the close he was
called out, and addressed the audience in his usual fe-
licitous manner-spoke of his being content to repose
on the good opinion of his countrymen, but that the
solicitations to appear at Covent Garden were too flat-
tering not to comply with, and which he wished nmre
particularly to accept to show that he believed that
an English audience will receive with a cordial wel-
come an American actor. They "will," cried an
honest Johu Bull. I'm sure they will," replied Mr.
F. very happily. Thunders of applause followed.-
He nlluded to the kind reception he had met with in
his debut when a youth before a New York audience


they were not ready for trial, and it was put off to
next term. Muldaur is rather a tall man, with large
black whiskers and full black eyes. Mrs. Ditehaott,
the complainant, is also an exceedingly pretty black
eyed woman. He won her confidence an a fortnight.
We doubt if so many handsome looking folks have
appeared in court before for some time.
Several persons were discharged by proclamation,
no witnesses appearing against them, and the prison-
ers who had.been arraigned not being ready for trial,
the Court adjourned to this day, when the various
sentences will be declared.


horrible Murder.-The Coroner held an inquest
yesterday, at the house, corner of Rivington and
Essex street, on the body of Mrs. Alice Ackley, wife
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New York, Sept. 2, i033. s153t'
NOTICE is hereby given, that Divine Service, in
the New Catholic Clitrch, in James street, will commence
on Stmday next, at hall'past 10 o'clock, A. M1. sl5 3t
CENTILIEVILLIE TJROTTtING COUIs Rl
LONG ISLAND.
r3- The first fall it... i;.. .. -r it.. above course, will
come off on Tuesday, .m-i,,i.-. .i ;,, 1836, and continue
three days.
First Day-At 1 o'clock, a Purse of Two Hundred Dol-
lars, two mile heats, under the saddle, free for all trotting
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Young Coster's case.-The Journal of CommerciC-
-gives the following statement of the case which ha'-
excited so much interest. It will be seen that thert
was no forgery.
Mr. Cos'er has been very wickedly brought before
the public as a forger, without any fact to justify the
charge. The very wealthy family to which he be-
longs have borne the wrong in silence, and it is only
by diligent enquiry that we have been able to ascer-
tain the facts, We shall feel justified in stating
them, for the purpose of refuting a slander which is
not only unjust to them, but to our city. Young Mr.
Coster, like some others who know little of the value
of money by the labor of earning it, had embarked
largely, and very carelessly, in stock speculations, by
which he found himself involved to the amount of
about $200,000. On understanding the state of the
case, his father, Mr. John G. Coster, consulted with
his other children as to what should be done, and it
was agreed that the debts should be paid in full. Mr.
Coster thereupon endorsed the notes of his son to
the requisite amount. That the son might be at
once extricated from the temptations which had so
deeply involved him, it was thought expedient that
he should sail for Europe, and he did so immediately.
The result is honorable to the family, and Stands in
condemningcontrast with the conduct of some other
rich men who have permitted the creditors of their
sons to suffer, and the sons themselves to sink utin-
der misfortunes, where the circumstances called
much more strongly for their interference than those
of the case above stated.

COURT OF SESSIONS.
Friday, Sept. 16, 1836.


in Present as before.
is Joseph McAlpine (a remarkably fine looking rosy
a- cheeked young mian) was arraigned, charged witl
ait stealing a quantity of otter skins, worth $80, fronr
at the store of Messrs. Hunt & Co. 181 Water street
27 on the llth Aug. last.
r- Mr. Hurlburt, one of the partners, stated that tha
Goods hadbeen stolen on the day mentioned, ant
found next day at the sore of Mrs. Nichols, cornet
e Pearl End Chatham streets, who had bought them
not knowing that they had been stolen.
Mrs. Harriet Nichols (a pretty looking lady tha
it keeps an upholstery and tmoccasin manufactory
r- testified that the prisoner came to her store, one af-
ternoon about the time the above were charged to bt
e stolen and offered to sell her a bundle of ten otte:
n skins. She bought them and gave hin $30 for them
u l Hi stated that he had just came from on board
Ship fronm England with lthe skins, and had given 25s
sterling piece for them. Next morning she wlent
it with one of them to a geatlenman to ascertain wha
I. was their real value, as she thought she had giver
s too much for them.
The gentleman was a friend of Mr. Hurlburt's who
o told her that a lot of tent skins had been stolen from
1 Mr. Hurlburt, which was the way that Mr. H. knew
where they were.
t When t'e prni owner came to her store lie represent-
ed himself to be a stranger in the country, and desi-
rous of selling the skins. She would not at first buy
them until she could ascertain the value, and he left
s them and came back in about half an hour. When
hlie came back he said he could not be running up
Sand down'the town, and that Mr. -- wouldgive
d him 83 50 each for them. She gave him the $30-
Next day when she fotundl that they had been stolen,
Sshe immediately gave them up, but said it was hard
s he should lose what she gave for them, as she sup-
posed the man had gone away.
e Owen Baxter, porte.:, testified to having seen prison-
er in Mr. Hurlburt's store, came in and pretended to
enquire for a druggist, soon after which the skins
I were missing front the store.
; Mrs. Mary Ann Hierl testified to having known
Sthe prisoner and all his family in England for four-
teen years ; and since he came to this country, which
is ten months. His father is a respectable calico ma-
nufacturer, and his unele a merchant in London. He
was for five months a clerk in the Greenwich Insu-
rance Co. here, and at the time hlie was charged with
the theft in the employment of Herdmanr & Keenan.
After he left the Greenwich Insurance Co. he went
into partnership with Mr. Baker, transparency blind
painter, Broadway. (The DistrictAttorney gave some
home shots, by saying, lihe did not just come from Ein-
gland, then, as he represented to Mrs. Nichols-and
other such questions.) The counsel for prisoner ask-
ed witness if Mr. Baker was in court. Shie answered
no, ihe was very ill.
Mr. Baker had a daughter, a very beautiful girl,
whom prisoner, from being so much in her company,
fell in love with. The passion was not reciprocated
on her part, anid a division occurred between hima and
the family. That daughter has since sickened and
died, and was buried a week ago, Her parents are
very ill, or they would have been here to speak to
prisoner's good name.
The District Attorney enquired why prisoner caine
here, if hlie had expectations, or whether he was a mere
adventurer. Mrs. Hier! answered that she believed
he had some little money, bnt his elder brother be-
ing taken into partnership with his father, he conclu-
ded to come to New York, being a good clerk, atnd
having sentic friends here.
Mr. Miller, a carnian, testified to having seen a man
have the skins, at the next corner, and had previous-
ly seen him reaching in the door towards the skins.-
Will not swear to this being the mnan.
Mr. Marvin very ably defended the prisoner, close-
ly examined the witnesses, and made a spirited
charge, hut without avail. The District Attorney ob
served that the prisoner had stated on his examination
before the Police Magistrates, that lhe had obtained
the skins from a certain man. That man in now in
court, hie having sent for him, who declares that such
is not the case. The District Attorney then spiritedly
entered into the evidence, spoke of prisoner's state-
ment- to Mrs. Nichols, also the probability of his cha-
racter not being good, as he had a wealthy father in
England, and no regular means of getting a living
here. He pursued the subject at some length-said
that this is too frequent in this country-men who
cannot stay in their own country come here-and lie
was glad to think that his own countrymen weren't
often brought into this court or felony-it is foreign-
ers, many of whom have not been here a week, and
the Jury must weigh such facts when a man in pri-
soner's situation is brought before them. They must
not look at a person's apparent respectability-they
must duly weigh the circumstances in the case.
The Recorder charged that the settled system of
law must be acted upon here. The stolen goods were
found upon prisoner, and he cannot account for them.
In addition to which he had told a series of false-
hoods.
The jury almost immediately brought him in guilty
of grand lareeny.
John A. Morr-ill, Esq. wished to have the case of
William B. Ross, charged with bigamy, called on.-
The District Attorney observed, that the only diffi-
culty with him was the want of proof to shew that
the second marriage had taken place. Mr. Morrill
replied that his client is in prison, and the case should
not be delayed. As to admitting any thing the
only business they had, if the District Attorney
shewed a second marriage, was to prove that it was
illegal. The Court awid District Attorney both con-
tended that time should be allowed, as the counsel for
the prosecution was not perfectly ready. Mr. Morrill
said they would admit the fact that the marriage was
slemnized agreeably to the laws of Ohio. The Dis-
trict Attorney immediately replied, that they would,
in that case then, go on. Mr. Momrill afterwards held
a short conversation with the judge, when it was de-
oided that the case should lie over till next termn.
The recognizartees of Thomas Brown, charged
with obtaining goods (a hhd of beer) under false pre-
tences, and also those of Royal Ormsby, the com-
plainant who had been bound over to prosecute, were
forfeited.
The Grand Jury cante in and presented several
bills.
On the prisoners being brought out to be arraigned
between a tall, rather superior looking white man,
and a young black man, wds a nice-looking black-
eyed little boy, looking not to be over 10 years of age.
The prisoners when they are arraigned, stand on a
bench, and the general exclamation was, for mercy's
sake look there, see that child. The child wasa sland-
insg by its father -! It was the case in which the boy
stole fiom his employer, Mr. Coggeshall, druggist,
who declared that his father, who was then beside
him, had influenced him to the deed. Should this be
true, what a fearful degree of baseness and crime lies
upon the soul of that man. The eounselpleaded not
guilty. The Recorder having retired for a few mo-
ments, Aldermen Benson and Randall called the boy
up on the bench, asked him several questions, and he
appeared to be much affeted. He was remanded, his
counsel not being ready for trial
Morris Muldaur, charged with having defrauded
Mrs. Ditchett of a large quantity of valuables, which
he took to put in his iron chest for her, was arraigned,
and pleaded not guilty. Mr. Morril, his counsel, said


forward over the floor, and deceased laying dead on
the bed, on her back-bolster and pillows partly un-
der hie shoulders-asked prisoner how she camit
dead ; lihe said lihe didn-t know. Said the child's
crying awoke him. Mr. and Mrs. Valentine came ir-
Deceased had no chemise on; examined thq house
ligh and low, but could not find them. The blanl'et
was rolled up ani lay in the rocking chair, and the
sheet rolled up and lay on the head iof the bed, both
were bloody. Witness looked there for the chemise,
usher husband was crying, but could not find it.-
Witness saw a gentleman take something out of the
privy, cannot swear what it was. They have been
in the habit of quarrelling, but did not quarrel last
night. When witnsss went itn to see deceased, saw
blood upon the shirt sleeve of prisoner. Asked him
how it came there, and he said he did not know.
Eliza Van Tine sworn. Lives it the house. The
prisoner and wife used to quarrel, and the wife told
witness that her husband was very sly. Heard de-
ceased's child crying about half past 12. Got up and
looked at the clock. Heard groaning, but could not
tell whence it come. She was woke up this morn-
ing, and told deceased was dead. Mrs. Spencer
shewed witness blanket or sheet covered with blood,
and the prisoner's shirt sleeve of the right arm was
bloody-his left hand was also bloody, and the blood
was working through his fingers. Asked prisoner
what it meant, that the blood was or4his sleeve-he
said his arm laid under deceased. Deceased had no
chemise on. Prisoner said he had been looking for her
clothes, and could not find them. Witness has heard,
on a former occasion, prisoner say to deceased that
he would kill her, when she answered that she would
hiaunt him. Deceased told witness that lhe had often at-
tempted to injure her in parts where she could not ex-
pose him. Saw him about the privy this morning,
and he seemed suspicious, as if he was forcing some-
thing down. He used the pole employed to support
tho clothes lines.
Joseph Sager sworn--Is a scissors grinder. Board-
ed with prisoner and deceased. Was out at a funeral
yesterday, and did not get home till half past 1 this
morning. The door of the room was fastened, and
went to sleep on the stoop. Mr. Spencer caine past,
opened the door, he having a key, and let him in.
There was no light, and hlie went in tnd went to bed
and to sleep. About 3 o'clock prisoner woke him up,
and said something more than common was the mat-
ter with Alice. He got up, went to the bedside, found
her dead, and a chemise and sheet, with blood on
them, lying on the chair. He called up some neigh-
bors.
Alderman Kelly sworn-Was present this forenoon
when a shirt, chemise, and two cloths, were taken
from out the privy. They had been forced down
with a pol@, were filled with blood, and had evidently
been recently put there.
The Coroner charged the Jury, spoke of the strong
circumstantial evidence against the husband,who was
in custody. That a murder had been committed, said
he, there is no doubt, and it is for the jury to decide
whether the husband shall be directly charged with
it or not.
The Jury had not rendered their verdict at half
past 11 last night, having been in session about nine
hours.
An inquest was held over the remains in the morn-
ing, when a physician who was present gave it as
his opinion that the blood was caused by nature, and
added to her intemperate habits, produced death, and
a verdict was given accordingly. When the bloody
ganrments were found, however, (which was done by
Mr. Smith of the upper police) the truth became ap-
parent, Ald. Kelly sent again for the Coroner, and
the facts appeared as stated above.
Ackley is a weaver by trade, but has been getting
a living of late, by laboring work, and a spattering of
job carpeting. He is a middling size, somewhat thin,
and aged about 38 or 40, which was the age of de-
ceased. She has left two children.

Boy Drotrned.-A fine little boy named Allen
whose parents reside at No. 1 Pike street, aged 9
years, rau into the house from his play late on Mon-
day afternoon, and asked for a piece of bread and but-
ter, which he got, but he has not since been heard of.
Yesterday his remains were found floating in the
water at Catherine slip. He was conveyed to the
house of his] agonised parents, whose feelings, on
thus beholding him, can be better imagined than
described.

A gentleman had hs pocket book stolen from his
pocket on board the steam-boat from Providence on
Thursday night. It contained $15).

Rapid Increase.-With many of our eastern friends
the name of Milwaukie is still associated with all
that is rude in the savage life, and with that state of
country where few, indeed, of the traces of the white
man can be found. What will our friends say when
we tell them, that the population of Milwakie county
alone (and of white men to) numbers 2893.-Detroit
Adv. s


Havme;b.rtqae Duantha, Cowes.


W. C. HAGGERTY. Auctioneer.
DA1IAKAGFD 1VINES, &c-JOHN HAGGER-
TY & SONS will sell This Day, at 12 o'clock, in front
of the store ofMr.E Groussett, No. 18 Broad street, under
the inspection of the Wardens of the Port, for account of
the Underwriters, Mu,'cat Wine, in eases, Ctaret Wine, In
cases, Olives, Capers, Anchovies, &c. damaged on the voy
age of importation.
Also, 1StU0 Baskets Champagne, 200 cases Sautern. s17
WV. C. HAGGERTY, Auclioneer.
CARPETING, &e --JOHN HAGGERTY &
SO)NS will sell This Day, at 11 o'clock, an assortment
of Brussels, Venetian, Ingrain, Block and Hemp Carpeting.
Also, Baizes, Rugs, Floor Cloths, Table Covers, &c.
Also, 200 pieces 4-4 & 6-4 Canton Matting.
Catalogues are now rea d y. s17


Catalogues are umow res d y.all


MAJtRIE D.
On the 15'h Instant, by the Rev Dr FIrownlhe. M rshal
Ir;;n, of ilchig.in, to Brliinda. daughter of David Grah ,
Etq.
0. the afternoon of Sept 15th, by the Rev Doctor Brownit ,
-.r Stmith .lalhone Mi es, merchan ol Detroit, to Miss Nan'.
Luce tI-wa1I. o f Batavia, N'awYoIk.
(in i0te 13;h instant, by tOei t Rv Dr Hawbes, 'ihoinmas v
MS.Giw-an. to .vijss Deboiah, daughter *I of the Hie Peter i.
PI st, ,f thiscitv.
A' 0 G!a va,. ,vitzel .ild, on the 27th July .ist, Gurden Betk,
-,u D. of this city to Herietta E lzabcth, daughter of -Hrnuli
Wo'ff, ol Geneva.

DIED.
Oa thi, 16ih instant, Abraham G. Titus, In the 321 year cf his
His ftienids an th hote f his brothers, J G Titus, are respect.
fu1llt iivvir tO ato'.nt his tuneial tnis alernoton, at 4 o'clock,
fr, n the corner of Ho, oken ttnd W'shinaton sit eets.
Yesterday morni g, after linerine, iilnes, Edward Bunce,
II' .'' .... and frlindIs are rspectully invited to atte, d
his fune al hit at'iernonn, Caturdiy, at 4 o'clock, from his litle
re-ilence, 8 Madison street.
Ystesrdlay morning, Eben zer. son of E Platt, janr. aqged 5
mnotalis.
On Thursday, tho 16th instant, Mr. John W. Taft, aged 29
y(ats.
His relation.; atil friends are respectfully invited to atltnd
hWs funeral Irfm the corner of York and Washingtnn street's,
Brooklyn, this af, ernoon, ihe 18 b instnrlt, atl5 n'dclr;C
On the 15th Ins ant, Mary, wife of Mr Eli5'a 11 Golricli,
aged 24 yeais.
On the l5th instant, Wiliiam, soni of James, Allen, Esq aced
13 mnonihs.
At Bed;rd, VWie.lrh-ister county, N.Y. on Sunday morning,
the l h Lristant, Jane Ann, wile of Charles: Hicks, of thls city.
and daughter of the lete x>tuhanil Sackett, of thc former
place.
At NewOrleans, on the ad ult. James Madlion Lane, firmer-
ly lif Portran,f Me.


bA!es tobacco J B Lasala--6 brl] iimies tilc dczn pir.e apples,

TrOBAASCO-Schr Haril ,on- Stl36 a30 quintalslegweod How
la I & A- ulriwall-8$aoj)iMeyei & Hupeden-s3oeilo Bouchaud
& IThbaul.
DOMESTIC IMPOILTATIONS.
Cli ARLESTON--thipaLutton-4pkgs F Dodd-141 bales cot-
ton Brichanan, deinlatnn &Co-,o 2brlsrilce Masters & Malkoe
-30 desa L L'.e--I box R Evans-l S Qulrk--s bales cotton W
Weodhead.
%NEW ORLEANS-Brig CamlIllt-2.252 pigs lead S0ohhdsato.
beocto Faber & Mierre-40 hales cotton T Irvin & Cv-I do but.
frio rute'. G W Tyson & Co -3 bxs, order.

PASSENGIKIts AIIK VED.
In the shi Hanitial, from London-Mr Eater, lady anit two
children andi s rvt, Mrs Roberts. Miss Holmes, Mr Cockraa,
Mts Kelly, Mast Halson. and iO steerage
In the Thip Sutton, from Charleston-Capt Brevort and A
!tcAille, U.S. marines; Messrs J Walsh,Of Charleston; J
Code.
In the batqie Wmn Thonmpson,fram Bristol-J Bag, C Wil.
hliams, and 5 steerae .
Ir, the barque Vibilia, from London-Mr Irvirgand lady, Mr
Holt, lady anI 2 child en, Airs Taylor, Miss Field, Messrs 0
Sinrder.J Nathan, G McCarty, B Massett, and 119 in the steer-
!tpe. Mr Taylor, ia Iassen-er, died on the passage.
In the barque Sagamore, from Havre-R Hopkins, lady and
chilt, Miss Deochanivs. Mrs E Thuil/er and son, A Cullotand
laty, A L:.ul-nin, anld 105 steerage.
Ih the brig Ruasslain, from Antwero--G Scriven, and P
Pifrre.
In the ,ri Wilkford, from San Juan-Messrs G W Lewis,
T Goods. D Meeley.
In the brig Josph Sprague, frorm St. Croix-Mr PConak.


SHiiP NEWS

tigh water this day.................... 0h ia.
Sun riss.................s. ........... 5s. 5 .
Sun sets............................... sh. 7m.

POrT O]1' NEW-YORK.


COM-M E.ACIAl.

LATE ST IJATES.


arms I'. S.I. anth................... ..s. 90 days h-a
n it(o IO .. .... ........ .... ... .. ]^1
S do do ...................s days ii
i it (ito ...... ..................... livii
o do do .................... ...... 1i`21
o do do ...................0 days 121
) do do ................... t days 1I'|
t do 00 ................s 60 days 1.o0
oi M.ianhattan Bank.......................... 1304
M erchants'iB ink........... .............. 12
a Union Bdlk ........... .................. i 3
o Hank of A12ieric ......................... 124
S City Bank................................ 118
o Phoi- ex Bana .......................... .. li
Sdo do ...t ...................... .12
O dlo dl .... .... .... .... ... ... 1 2i.i
) Del and timidt n Caiel Co.......... .3e days 9u
(do dto .................b days s0
do do ......8...........s t0 dlys i9
do Jo ................... s.n.w. 891
J te (ll) .... ... .... .. ... ..... 891
do do ..... ...................... 89
a (to dtise
0 ido duto 9
to dO ... ................. .. ,s. g9j
SDry rock Bank'.... .................. 149
o Na ioial Bank........................... i1o
o do o ........................ 0
tMerchants' Exchunge.Bank................ 118
iBLank of theriatcaot New Yoik............. ilb
0 tO .. ............... ...30 days 108
S (to do ... ..................... 1081
tdo do .......................... it 0.
do 1ie ..0 ... .................. 108f
dIo do ... ................... s81
SMorris Canal and Basnkln Co............. 91
S10 do') .......................... I
(10 da ....................... 9t
5 do dto ......... ........... ... 91
d d(to ....................... 91
Newor:cenm City Bank.............6o days ic2
Viiv buri Bank......................... 921
Iltlinoi- rant .................... 60 days 10l
Atlan:iic B.nk, Btloo lyni................... i-
do) do .......................... io3t
thio Life an 'Trust (u'.............s 6e days If$
Ou do ................ S30diys 11!5
do do ..................i6o days 115
do do ................... s 9ras i15
dJ do ......................... 115
do do ..................9so days liSk
ido do ......................... 1151t
Amierican Trust Co. Baltimore..... 3otli;ys 102
to lo ......................... i102
Kentucky Banri........................... 92
Io (I do ......................... 921
Southern TI'rust Co........................ 96
do do ........................S6
Farn erl' Loan Co. .... ............. ......i...ij
d&, do .... .. ........ ...... i
do do ......................... it o
do do ...................30 days l1o
dto do ......................... Io
do 40 ......................... 11no
do do .. ...................... 0
do do ...................30 days i10
New York Insurance Co................. 81
XEna Ins. Co........................... 6
itorawKI R. I"........................... i
do ito .......................... 85
do do ... ...................... 84
d do 10 ........... ............ .. 8t
do do .............. ..b 0 days S0
do do ..............h.60 days 90
do do ......................... i9
do do ........................ 89
doI do ........................... 8
do do ........................ 89
,do d.9 .... ................n w. 90
do do ..................n.wee';: 89
do do ........................ 891
do do ..... ... ................. .bi
d.)i do ................... ... 891
do do ................s. 3J days 80a
do do ......................... 8!j
d ) do .. ......... ... .h 30 d.ys 9i
do do .........................
o(10 dto ............... ... ... 8
Piterson t.ail tead..................... .. 7
do do ....... ................ .. 72
do do ................ b.30 days 73
do do ........... ............... t3
Harlem Rail Road................. Oct. 9 75
do do ...............next week 73
do ( io ...............b.iO days 76
Boston & Providence R. tR.........tb..o ds o10
d') 1to ....................b 30) (Is 108
d3 do t ...................s.S0ds l7T
(tIo do ......................... 107
do do .. ..................... .)7.
do o .to .. .............. 60 days t.7
3os-sin & Worcest'ei Rail Roal...... b 0o ds 92
S d do ..................1ho) days 92
do do ................. 60 days 92
do (to .................b 6 days 9i
ilO do ........................ 921
rio do ................... 60 days 92
dto do .....................4 nos 93
Utica Rail ioad........................... 120
do do ......................... 12')
do do ........................ 1,0
do da .................2. week 1o20
do tIo ..................Sept. 30 12(j
Lon- Islandd i. R. Co..................... 79
rlo Io ........................ 79
do do ........................ 79
SewJer"ty RaiR ,ad and Tians. Co..60 days It61
Canton Com....................... s Go days (2
do do .......................... 63
(ito do ... ...................... 63


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5f4 ,-,.-
100 do
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50 d1
100 do
100 do
b0 di
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too do
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100 Id
210 d
too d(h
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5i2 ili


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60 d 0
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50t ito
5o do
100 (d0
Ioo do
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5o do
100 do
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50 do
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50 do
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loo d,)
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Londn, 1tet dite'.............................Aug. to
L .'sT 'puo l, illie .t Ataf e...................... .... A ug. 1I
Pa)islatecstdate............................... Aug. 7
Havre, latest date ................................Aug. 3

*AI1 <.. AAT TslU ;''VOCX( U EXUIIAN(i01
YESTERDAY.


The Stocks.-It will b seen that a larze business w is done
yeterdiy, at lnImporov.d prices. UintelI States Bank sold at
i); Morris Catr).l, 91; Bank of the S-ate of NewYork, io-i
ret P t-. u171; D y Dock, 149. las' previous sales lT7; M.hawk
-; -, '..I 1-,,on Thursmlay, 89; Paterson, 72, Thursday, 70.
Hatlaem, 76, Thursday, 74.


SJ-PACKET IaIIP ALBANY FORIL
HIAVRE.-Passengurr intending to embark by this convey-
ance are requested to be on board the Steam Boat
STATESMAN, at Pier 4, North River, at 11 o'clock This
Morning. The Leiter Bags will be closed at the Reading
Rooms at 10 o'clock. s17
DIa AIL ROAD LINE FOR BOSTON.-
Via Newport and Providence-from the ibot of Cnatiber
street. at 5 o'clock, P. M.-The s earner MASSACIiUS.
SETTS, Captain Comslock, leaves this afternoon, Sep.
17th, atnd the PROVIDENCE on Monday, at 3 1). M. and the
RHODE ISLAND at5 P. M.
Freight not taken on board after 3 PMi. s17
E IREGA'-TTA.-NOTICE.-All steamboats and
other vess,.ls, are particularly requested to keepl) clearof
thecour" during the race. Thie boats start on Monday
from Caslle Gerden, and row round Bedlow's Island and
back. s17 2t
Wa- EA1I PACKET COLUITIBIA FOR.
CIHARLESTON, S. C.-Passengers going out in tile above
steamer, are requested to send rh-ir baggage on board in
the early part of this day, anti he on board themselves, at
4 o'clock, P. M at which time she will leave pier 3 North
River, foot ofMorris street, third wharf from the Battery,
precisely. s17
*ra= WIILIAMSBURGIH & PECK SLIP
FERItYV.-Thle new and elegant stearnbiatt WILLIAMQ-
BURGI, and LONG ISLAND. are plying constantly froti
4 A. M. till 10 P. M. Paasage 4 cents, s17
:-.- TIlE Public are requested to suspend their opi-
nion in lie case of Do Forest and Montague, as the facts
given on the "xaminalion do not make the charge appear so
clear as was made by the complainant.
sl7 It R. REE.), 74 Liberty street.
r i LTIECIANIC's INSTI'iUTE.-All per-
sons having claims against the Committee ofArrangements
forth late Fair, are requested to present them on or be-
fore Tiuesday, 20th instant, at the Institute Roams, City
Ihall.
By order of the Committee.
0. G- WARREN, Secretary.
N. 13. The Committee of Arrangements will meet on
Wednesday, 21st inst. at 8 P. M. sil6 5t
0= COPY of an address from a numerous and re-
spectable meeting, held at 5.33 Pearl street, on the 1oth tilt.
forthe following purpose--
To J. XAVICII CHiABERT, A. MT. M. D., &.&c. &.
Sir-You will please permit uits through the medium of
this meeting, to expressour sincere thanks and warmn ap-
probation for your superior philanthropic medical skill, as
wellaskind attention to the poor during the Chol-raofl1832
and 1834, and also the goodness you have since manifested
in assisting and curing many Door and needy persons ofva-
rious maladies, to which human weakness is subject.
Alttentive to your merits, we also take the liberty of pre-
senting you with a gold medal, which you will please ac-
cept from the Committee appointed for that purpose; and
we hope you will find herein that gratitude which a few
would ungenerously withhold, but which a grateful and en-
lightened people never deny to genuine merit, no matter
who inmay be thie possessor.
You tirnily remained iu this city when many of the pro-
fcs ion dastardly lied from the contagion, and however slow
merit will eventually do justice to' the deserving.
We also present you a lithographic likeness, published
by an order oft he committee, and furthermore you will not
be offended should they think prudent to publish these pro-
ceedings.
Wishing you health and length of days is the sincere de.
sire of your many friends.
The above being moved and seconded, was unanimously
carried.
A. IROSS, Chairman.


Ig


D 0 411 O ES1`V C A It K E. T S.
NEW-YORK MARKET-September 18.
The F our Market tu lay is rather Itnguid. and sales small.
although during th- week a progressive impiovenient tock
placeevery dAy un il Welnes.hay ..fterrinon, when it became
statl!ioary, aind large sales mide at 91 to s1 for f.ancy's. A
sale of Western Whea. has been made, but the price has not
transpired.
Ctnsiderable sales of B Ceon,first rate Hams 14d; second i2i,
sidei sell rea.lilyat i2 cents. and sh ;ul ers 10J to 101
Lar I is very scarce, and sells it l7,l In barrels
M\'as Pork lsabisk at an advance, anj may now be quoted
at $ 5.
AUGU-S I'A MARKEfr--ept. 10.
Cotton-The receiouts of new C'Lton during the p tsi week,
have been much lighter than we tiiiicLpated; and in conse
quence of the frequent an, recent heavy rains, the quality of
that now arriving, will not rank over fair t.i Bood tair. The
staidl-, we .re informeJ, is good, but it is doflctl:nt in point of
color tnd cli;-nliness.
We hktve heard of sales of the new crop, the last two (lays a'
17 cents ier lo. the quality of whtieh. we are toud by xpil
enced persons, was as gcooi as any yet received; but, it Is
thought that the greater part of that now roitng in would
not crminand over 16 a 16i. Very choice would probably sell
tor 18 cents per lb.
ALEXANDRIA (D. C.) MARKFT-Sert 1S
Four-Yste;lday the waoni price of Flour wa. 5 75
Grain-Corn from wagons 8s a go; froei vessels 92 to 95.
fromm the Darien (Geo) Te;egraph Seit 6.]
Tur CROPS -It is with the deepesi ceincern that we announce
the melancholy tlact, that the cotton crop in this county i-"
ne rlyd estroyei by the late heavy iaini We h ive had ocn-
veisation with some of the most respectable planters In tie
county, on thestahj;et; and they one and, all, deplore thtir loss
In termst'.ha'cmnnot hae misunderstood l The largest plant
tlIris are Irtundia ed to tht deoth of three or four 'feet. Dr
'Tiou's. Mir Wylly's, Mrs Bradtfolrd's. Mr .,twoodl'. and
many eihers are m this condition Such is the end f hum it
hope'! Vhere,. now, is all the boastiKe wo heard in th- spring
of theimartincuth crops that were to ba made; It Is with .'.or
rov, westy It. there was a "loud cry and litt'c wool." The
corn crop is also short; In two months from this we predict
there will not he ahlahde of fodder to be had in this quarter "for
love o laoney," Hay will be at an enoeimus price the corn
ing winter.
NEW ORLEANS MARKET-Sept 3.
We do not discover any change in themarket ofanyimptr
tancto since our last weekly report, but find that the merchants
no; only in this place, but our neighbors in MisSisslppid, are
making rprtparations ifo the P.dl business. Three vessels
have arrival during ',he week with full cargoes, one for Vicka
btiura, the other twa for Na'chez.
Cantton- Transactitnsin this -rticl, continue to be ez'reme
]y limited. the sales of the week anircuntine to but 517 bales,
and tor 'h" last three days corfirned entiiely to the new crop
of whieh 75 ble. wetie soldI; of tthe rld renatnint the principle
part is of Ivtry Interior q'iality. D',ring the past 'week we
have been very assiduous in our endeavors to come as near a-
p,,'ssiile to the actual stockon hand, and find it to amouot ,o
4361 bales, tir' m which we discover that our last statement was
deficisnt over 3003a bales.
Tfm ,,cro-Noe butth' chest q'ali'yapp-ar.; to be in demand,
and that Is fast idl-appearing for the market; the Inferior is no,
sought after.of whirr, 'here is piob.ibly a stock en hand of
about 80e0 hhds VW(. find that the exliort ti the present time
exceedl those of the whole of last eason, 5563 hbhils
S des whIih we h:ve heard ef were i;ne parcel of 503 hhds,
viz: 1t03 first at 7ccnt"; 37 secordat 6; and 63 crossedat 4i; 191
first anl sconrtd at 7t and 61.
Suear .', edo not tfinod aoy variation in prices, and hear efuo
sales exceptlni insiriial parcels.
Molasses-TlThis article is entirely In the hands of grocers.
BOSTON MARKET-Sept. 14.
Flour-Gennessee his advanced again; sales common and
f.aity braits t., day $10
Gain-Noarrivals of Corn,and market nearly bare; no sales
except retail, whicl ae makingatan advance. OAts have ina-
prove.4; saics Northern 68 a 60 cents.
IF 0 1 E I G N 31 A R E T S.
HAVRE HARKET- -Sept. S.
Ashes- NewYork P,!s and Pearls are selling higher.
aet;on-Tratnsctlcns have heen limited during the week, we
have. ho-svver. 1no change to notice in prices. The sale of the
week amount to -'.3556 bales.
Ities This ariaa lis but In limited demand. Salesof 50 tes
Carolina, ai S8f. O a 29f.
Hois-75 b il"s A merltan. 1834 the ,om'.inder of a parcel have
been sold In entrepotal it8; 50. Our stock is exhansted.
9th-Sahrls-Cotton-614 ba!es Louisiana Co ton, at 120 a 157


CLEA14 ED,
Ship Thames, Snow, Mobil., Centre & Co-Barques Favor-
ite, (Bt) Aridaus, Janmesa River and City Point Tihomias, (Br)
Reed, Quebec-Brigs P,uline. Diade, Anriwetip, D. H. Sohmidt;
tMornine Star. (BlO A ]erry, st Andrews; Frances Ann, Bourne'
Georgetowi; Cornelia. Henry, Willningtn. NC; York Ktlly,
Baltimore-Schrs Alonzo. Iloxie, Newoiern; Kimberly, Osgood,
do; Two Sisters, HIunt, Philadelphi., ; Belle, Tomallii, Phila-
delphia.
AlRII VEID.
Ship Hannibal, Roberts,from London and Portsmouth. Aur.
10ti, 10 Grinnell, Minturn & Co Left ships Philadelphia aud
Picident, for NYoik and Montezuma for Phllad.
Stlp Sutton. Berry, 6 days from Charleston. with cottionaid
lec., to G. Sutton.
Br ship V.bilila, Richardson, from London, July 3th, with
mndz to Waidswoith & Smith.
Barque S ig.amore. Knithiof Newburypert, from Havre, 4th
nlt, toonr er.
Brbat que William Thompson, Roberts, 56 days from Bristol.
with midz, to order
Prig{ Tiemont, Sylvester, ol Bath, 26 days from Platlllas, PR,
to order
Bri aAmelia Strong, Brown, 12 days frrm Darien. to R. M.
D~m,ll.
Brig Camilla, Winv(I. Of Boston, from New Orleans, silit
ult, ati, NE Pess i7th, to Smith &Town.
lBri Russian, Woodbury, 50days from Antwerp, with rafd,
to J. ie Ruyier. Bark Trenton. of Salem, sailed ior NewYork
Au, liSt, 25h, shtip Meridian ,fRlehmgnd.for Bremen ; brig
Ganezes, for Gjt enburg, to sail soon; brih Export, ar July si,
tml Havana; ahip Edwin. tm NOrls, dis."
Danish brig Williamn, Knudsen, 54 days from Amnsterdam,
with mldz, to Pfeifer & Wissmann. Spoke, Aug Gth,lat 4W 30.
:on 1250, shin Henry. Tlhol.sion, Sl ds fm Rio Janeiro. bound
to Antwerp
Brig Cu;tumbia, Simmons, 20 days from Xibara. to Naar &
Brothers.
brig Wave. Lewis. of Hallowell, 21 days fm Trinidad do Cu-
ba, with su-gar, honey. &c. to master Sailed in Co.with brig
Aj >x,Theabold, or NYork. Left brig Cutter, of Boston, or
Miiddletowni. s8th Aug brigs Mary, Pearshuks, of Portland.
fori iosionIlds; Rollu, forNurls, do; Cordelia, Clapp, do; Un-
ion, fm Boat, n.just a; Juno, Hall, ofl Boston. Idg. Spoke off
the Harbor, schr Caroltine., found in. Aug. 3Seth, off Cape An-
tonio,. rig Ann, for Tobasco. 14(h inst. laISt 8 3:, Iona 74 14,brig
Otis, lia lhilud lor Havana.
Brig Joseph Spraeue. Anthony, from St. Croix, WE. Aug.
21st. with turn and sugar, to B De Forest & Co. Left ship
Wlhimore. Wattington, for NYork.5 ds; schr Robert, H Booth,
for it 'fhomas, slil Aug21
Brig Willitford, Roberts, from 8A.in Juan, 44 days, with hides.
horns and wood, to Biker, Hammond & Co Left no as.-
Suoke Aug, s h, Ifr Cape Hateras, barqueChester, fm NOrls
for Liv'y"
Btug Halifax, O'Brlen, from Hailfax, via Blldgoport, a ds. in
balst.
Brig Prcrnium, Colburn, S1 dCs fn, Darien,In bal!aat, to R. De
Milt,
iortuguese schr Now Packet, DuCulo O, 37 days fm Oporto,
with wene, to 8. Hicks &Soo,
Schr Purveyor, Mactier, 16 days from Lubec, with plaster, to
master.
Schr Elizabeth, Wilcox, 4 days fmin Philadelphia, with coal,
for Hartford.
Schr Helen. Kindale, 3 days from Philadelhhta- with coal,
to ilaSster.
achr Lt Grange, Leels, 4 days from Philadelphia, with
coal, to miasiter.
'chr Convoy, Crowecll, 3 days from Boston. with mldze, to
older.
Schr Napoleou, Baker, 6 days fron Portland, with fish. to
m'tsfer.
Schr Mexican, Daley. 3 days fm Phlladelhukia, with coal. to
S. 8. Reeves.
Srhr Aril, Bush, 4 days frcm Virginia, with wood. to the
inatetr.
Shr Waterman,Townsend. 4 lays fin Richmond. with coal,
to Laing 4 Randolph.
oitoop El wood, ira l)elaware,via Canal, with corn, to Church-
man, Robertson & Co.
BELOWV- 3 b;igs.

IAiUTINY-The brig CJlumba ar yesterday from Xibara, was
attemp.cd to be taken possession of by two seamen and the
cook, o.i the nightof the 4th ult, wl le at anchor In theharbor.
They attacked the captain with handspikes, who was compel-
led to jump overboard to save his iife. He swam to the fortress
obtained a -uard uof soldiers, and left the men In prison, under
charge of time American Consul.
Returned-Schr Mary Vickcry. Springer, hance, for Mobil.,
having b-tct run in'o by the shIp Miontpeller, from New Or-
len-, fur this pout, on Wednesday night about is o'clock, off
the Hok. The schr lost her main boom and mainsail-leak.
ing badly.
By the Henrl IV.
Havre. Aug. 8-Ar (hip Edward, Nlgret. St. bornlngo, 5th,
Charlh tiagne, ttierce, N Yoik. 3J, ,d sIhip Sagamole. KnIght,
.aYoi k
Mlarseilles, Atva. 3-Ar Ban Pasteur, Marsant; July 30, --
Rijo Hacha; Raffia, Manas, Ca-irleston; 29th, Eliza, Junelius,
N Yo.k.
Nantes, Aug 3-Ar Telumah, Barlstow, NOrls. July 31, Ge-
cella, Angaud, do.
Bordeaux, July 30-Ar ship Talma, Dllllnghaw, from New
Orleans.
FOREIGN PORTS. &e.
At Maranhm, ott ult,. brigs Malaga. Taylor fm Salem for
Cayenne. une; tRoarer. Knapp, finm York, for Para, next day
Ssaiah & Priscilla, Moore, or Alexandria, un. Bile Amethyst,
Hill,lotr Pa,ta sElaabout 10th.
SPOKEN.
Ilth inst lat ask, Ion 71i15, ship Dunean, from New York for
Cal!ton
l3h. Ilali 40, Ion 78, brig Russia, of Boston, from Antwerp far
NYoik
t7th, lat 28, Ion 79 brli Trio, 5 days from Mavana for Port-
land.
ith inst, lat 394, Ion 70, ship Poland, from New York. for
H. .vrc,

From our Corresuondent.
Tonliff's News Room,
Boston. Sept. 15th, 1 P. M
Ar shin Aurellus, Stoldard, Canton; brigs Susan, Carney
Belize, Honduras; Ganbia, Tripe, Po, tde Paix; Frances Ellen
Sut on, NOrls; Luev.Cassihy, Amsterdam, New Dieppe; schs
Trio, Nickerson, NYork; Ontario, Grover, do; Rose in Bloom.
Berry, lto:; Francis, BeSaid, NBedford : sloop Standaia, Place,
ii;tilngtion, LI
Also, ar brigtis William, Ilatch. Savann-h; Boston,Slmith,Balt ;
Mohawk, Stevets Phllad; schis Vi.cher, Albany, Balance.do;
Aluhion, Laibeit, do; Mary Rcede Coverdale Dover, Del
Octavia, Churehill, Martford ; Wm Wilson, Baker, Philad;
Frank, Wi:ey, NHaven. Cleared, barque Galnare, Cushing,
Itavan a.
By the Rail Road Line.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept l6-Ar ships Suaquehanna, Cropper.
Liv'l; Napier, Stafford, do ; brig Paadola. Drake, Savannah;
schrs Jane. Tritpp, NBedford; Eliza Matila, Rowe, NYork ; Al-
montr, String, dL ; Counsellor. Richmond ; sloop Jolnson,
Baltimore.

PORTLAND. Sept i 2-Cld, ship Nahant, for Lynn. 13th, ar
brig Beaver. Ha!l, Phulad.
S LEM, Sept 13-CId, schr Dollar, Rote, Africa. lld, bark
Gtn letman, Maranharn.
1ith, ar brig Wm Penn, Appleton, Maranham.
1OSTON, Sept. 14-Ar baique Rosaballa, Hammatt, Padang;
brigs Gen W\Viuslow, Littlefield. Sdnev, CB, Frances, Ellen.
S uton, NOrls, Arm,, Branal, Larache. Africa; schrs Reeside,
N VYok; Cornpllianze. do.
Cid l uliagin barquu Courier, Emann, Amsterdam, via Alex-
andr a; brig. lio, Seraman, Gotaivev; Sylph, Atkins, Phllad;
schrs Oscar. NYok; Renown, do; Hudson,do ; Ganges, and
Albtany, Albany.
In the Bay, sbhrs Compliance and Trio, NcwY'ork, and Vess.
char, A~bany.
NEW BEDFORD. Sept t--Ar brIe America, Howland, New
Yomk ; sicur Wtlumin Brown, Antheny, Phlladelphla. failed.
ships Htlrouie, Herding, South Atlantic ; Mary, Luce, Brazil
Hanks.
NEWPORT. Sept. 9-Ar sehr Pocahontasa Knowles, Phila-
deltihia.
ti II, ay schr Ontario, Glove, NYoik.
llla.,ar sct r Kti-omuske, Duel, PICtou.
13ah, ar brir Opelousas. Collins, NOrlaans.
FALL RIVER, Sept. i3-Ar sohr Louisa. Rickelson, Klnyus-
ton.
PROVIDENCE. Sept. 14-Amrtchr Caroline, Phlnney, king-.
ton, loups Venus, NYoik; Yanked, do
PItILADELPHIA, Sept 14-Ar Brschr Mary Jane, Webber,
St J,;hn. NB; schrs i, xis, Wilson, NewBedford; IllInois, De-
with. Gloucester; Magnet. White. NYork.
Below. ship Susq -ehanna, fm Llv'l.
P-ALTIMOI'E. Sept 13-Ar Br brig Jane. Walker, Turks I-I
and; bnr iSarah, Wingate, fil Ragged Island. vlaNaseau, NP.
Cih, schr J-imns Busack, do.
CHARLESTON, Sptt. 9-Ar ship Medara, Budd. BaIt. 81(,
ships United States. Tnruer, Liv'l; Su',on, Berry, New York;
brigs Planter, Saencer, do ; Cordalla, Sherwood, do ; Ben Na-
rmi-it. Bait.
SAVANNAH, Sept 8-Ar brins Fr-,nces, Croft, Phllad; "Wm
Taylor. Hncy, NYork: Harrv Pat low, Bay of Htn,turas. Cid,
bri, Madison, Luvermouc. NYorkc. Sailed brig Grecian, Card,
Berblce.
DARIEN. Sept, --S8d. brings Premium, Coburn, New York;
Amelta S'rong, Brown, do.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept 3-Cld, slip Andiew Scott, Hartley
Havre;bauqu>; Diantha, Cowes.


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THE NEW YO


JAMES BLEECKER, Auc
VALUABLE PROPE
AT PERTH AL
JA3 EB BLE1ECKER &S
auction, an Tuesday, 27th
miles room, No.
116 Lots of Ground in the
Jersey, situate on the New
Prospect, Oak and Elm s
The location of this proper
from the natural advantages of
the finest harbors in the Uni
f.om th
The rapid rise of property i
wick ar-d Rahway, within ei
the increase of business in t
attention of capitalist and bn
WAich at no distant petiod,bym
must become the seaport of th
as all the middle se
Some of the important design
the Naval School or a Dry Do
will be established al this pla
the value of property that fo
ing in
No better opportunity than
to obtain property a
s17
SOUTHEIKN DISTRI O
ss.-Whereas a Libel hath
Court of the United State of
District of New York, on th
A.D- 1836, by James W. Coc
Carroll, her tackel, a
BfStating-That the libellantl
May, A. D. 1836, at the Port
aforesaid, at the request of
owner of the ship Charles Car
shipped as First Mate on board
age on the high seas,land with
Court, to wit: from the said
in France, and thence back t
at the wages of thirty-S-ve do
fully appear by the shipping
plants, and which he prays
William Lee to
And further stating, that
aforesaid, the said William Le
that all the rooms in the cab
said Lee and the libellant m
could, that there were two r
cupied by the Carpenter, th
and the libellant was request
a berth put
That he proceeded in the sa
said, weighing anchor from
Simout the eight
That from the bad construct
theroom In which the libell
stantly wet and frequently fl
of several inches, render
heal
'That after the said ship had
teenth to the sixteenth of Ju
with severe rhumatic pains a
his wrists and extending thr
of his system, and on thie nig
citing had becenme his pain
that the libel ant was come
being able to stand any long
which he was u
That on the fourth day aft
heard Captain Lee give the Se
form the libellant of his, Capt
wh!ch were communicated to
Stew
That the libellant told the
him to turn out, being unable
swelling and stiff
That said reply was commu
said-damn him and his legs,
- out, I will send four or five
was said in the presence of
of Capt. Lee's intended brut
aloneqprevented the immediate
same,
That after a confinement of
and with assistance put on hi
and continued to do duty unti
being thle day previous to th
tered the port of Havre, whe
violently affected by rheumat
be incapable of
That Captain Lee called on
to ask the libellant if he int
That the libellant being sca
upon the deck to Capt. Lee,
the condition the libellant was
being enormously swelled, a
under most severe pain upon
body.
That Captain Lee approach
violent and abusive lan guage
of persons, and at mid-day, an
said Lee seized the libellant
with such violence, as togeth
the libellant was in from rhe
ling, to render the libella
That upon the recovery of the
hold of his collar, and was thr
ter deck forward, and ordered
castle, and wherein the libel
night
That said Lee, Master as af
things of the libellant in the
libellant's sextant, quadren
ments, maps, charts and cloth
four hundred dollars and
into the forecastle indiscrimi
sail
That upon the arrival of the s
the libellant with assistance,
proceeded to the office of t
application to be s
That the Vice-Consul gave
Boarding house, and procur
hi
That he continued to be sic
the stay of the said ship at I a
day of July, the day previ
ship for New York The Vice
came to see the libellant fo
rangements for his going on
Carroll, and returning in h
That said Vice Consul i.-for
Lee had declared that ifhe, sa
In said vessel, it should be in
said Consul, could not contr
That the libeilant object
in the forecastle, both on te
endanger his life in the then st
It would be subjecting him t
wholly unjm
And further stating that sa
tain Lee could not be control
this respect, but that he wou
if the lubellant did not go, he,
with the necessary certificate
turning home on board the
specify the said reasons upon
having lef
And further stating that in
abeve nentiolnled oonvoration,
Consul, saying tlat lie wou
roll under anry circumstances
the forecast
Andi further stating that the
upon the libellant, approved h
togo down aboard at once, and
tain .Lee the neces
And further stating that the
after proceeded down to said
on board was met by tite chief
lant that he could not come on
had orders from Captain Lee
come on board or to take any
And lurlltier stating that the l
that he intended to return i
down for that purpose ; that
fusal now given, but should
ing and see Capt
And further stating llial the
the Consul's office and infr
ceed
That the Consul informed thi
had been put in possession o
Consul to take the libellant o
that libellant would render h
advised the libellant to repa
and take witn
And further stating that lie
vessel the next morning, anf


key a'ongaide the said ship,
spoke to said Lee, saying that
In said vessel under any circus
permission to
That said Lee ordered libella
nothing todo with him, damni
should neither go in the vesse
of his clothes, and telling l
And further stating that being
on board said ship, she saile
out the libellant, leaving him a
foreign port; said Lee taking
nauticalinstruments, charts,
now in the possession o1 said
by
And further stating that a sc
is annexed to said libel, and w
be taken as apart
And further stating that h
Consul aforesaid, who sent hi
a few days after procured him
man on board the ship Sully,
Yo
And further stating that after
recovered the use of his limbs
passage home. but did not acc
wages t
And further stating that said
United States; reported, as th
and believes, thie libellant a
the said ship C
And further stating thathe p
shore at HIavre, the sum of th
count annexed
And further stating that a
York, as is usual, their_ is dur
vious to the sailirg of said shi
the sum of f
And further stating that the s
port of New York, and that t
remain unpaid to the libellla
contained in the schedule oa a
.AThe libellant claims that h
wihhheld, and taken possession
Lee. or the value thereof, be
damages for its unlawful d
any injury which any of it ma
value of any portions
To the end, therefore, that S
liefin the preinise's, lie pray
the said ship Charles Carroll,
niture, according to tire cour
Monition, as is usualin such
cial to the said William Lee,
may on his corporal oath, t
to the said
And praying that the said
tackle, apparel and furniture
to pay the wages and demands
the iibellantmay also receive
dress by damages in the pre
hall seem nee
Now, th,-refore, in pursuanc
seal Ofsaid Court, to mie direct
by g ve notice to all persons l
-'..,-.,11 har tac.kle. annnarr a


W WESTERN LAND
V F T. DAlGHERTY,
and CHARGES H DABNEY, lif
nership, under tie fi;n
& DABNEY,for the purpose
locating western la
Te persons mho desire
western lands, the undcrgi
ges. One of the firm resi
itmuch xt.erience in lhesb isi.
chaasirg government lands
knowledge of the country,
stances affecting the valu
will continue to obtain al
ieiefidl in enabling him
tio
For a muderase commission
thi ir money profitably inve
r:sk ot transporting gold a
ce ; or if preferred, the
c. mpeisatitii in a share of
a subsequent sale of the l
on commission any lands
to t
It being the intention of
themselves entirely to this
great It) spare neither tro
the best selections of land
them to p
All information in their p
tern laInds, will be cheerfu
their office, (Ibr the pr
All orders from a distance
ed
DAUGHERTY, OS
New York, Se
Refer
Messrs. Charles H
Lawrence &T
', Wetmore,
Wood & Bogert,
,i John Delafi
Phelps, Do
Hon. H. St. George
of the Supreme Co
Hon. Richard E Park
Bushrod C. Washington,
Hon. E.C. Wilson,
Hon. Edward Lucas
Caleb Cope, Esq.
Messrs. Humphreys
Messrs. Brown
Edward Carrin
Cyrus Butler, Esq.
Crawford Alien, Eeq.
Ho i. Richard J
Alexander Jones
Hon. John S. Pete
IHon. Clark Bisse
Messrs. Samuel Joh
Hot. Austin E Wi
Gen. S. L. Humphreys,
ST. C('ItOIX SUGAR
Sugar, 6 puns. Rurn, th
gota, landing at pier No.
the wh
DAVID ROGER
s17 214 Wahi
JAMES BLEECKE
VALUABLE PROP
LY
JAMES B LEECKERw
auclion, onlWedncsday, Se
their Sals Room,1
About 30 Lots of Ground. sit
tie avenue, Bridlge, Tillary,
These lots are very near the
and within ten minutes wal
Lithographeli maps will
s(i
JAMES IILEECKE
VAlLUABLE WAL
PEK
AIAMES BLEECKER &
auction, on Tuesday, 20thl i
sales room, No.
The Valuable Property No. 2
ing the Phrenix Bank, contain
81 feet 1 1-2 inches ; on the e
feet 4 inches on
A survey map of the proper
tion roars, where lithogra
Tnree fourths of the pur
bond and mortgage f
For fuithlr particulars e
s9
JAMES BLEECKE
PEREMPTORY SALE
ULBIE BUILDING
LARGE OF WILL
(Sale postponed from 2d July
JAMES BJLEECKER &
auction, on Tuesday, 27th
their sales room, N
100 Valuable Building Lots
bur gh, on Biushwick Avenue a
burgh Turnpike, or North S
value able corner formed by t
ave
Tihe Lots are locatetl in the
ing part of the village in the
provements now in progress
known as the Four Corners
wick, having fronts upon the t
fares in the village. The adv
too well known to need any d
the east part of Williamsbu
point, the Turnpike being the
travel from Williamsburgh to
There is at present a Churc
I-uildings immediately opposi
nmands a fine prospect, and is
erection of dwelling-houses o
will soon be a demand, and a
not be found, being equal, if n
la
It is in contemplation to h
rated, which cannot fail addi
In addition to the New Ferry
burgh, another is shortly to b
Fourth
The improvements which
nent, and nothing can impede
The plot which is now offer
advantages as any similar pie
and offer great inducements
tate. (
JAMIES BLEECKR
LOTS IN NORT
AJAMES BLEECKER &
Auction, on Thursday, 291
o'clock, on the premis
300 Valuable Buildimg lots
being beautifully situatedl on
ing an extensive view of tlhe
Post Roadt, and for eligible
situation o
It alounds in Springs of fir
convenient distance from the
ately in the vicinity of t'hle
JaImnes N. Wells, Esc ,
For health and beaulyof scen
able opportunity of obtaining
Sing Silar enjoys, in a lar
good society, and a number o
dtlifferent dernminutions, and
and academics, have acquired
perfluoua t
For furrrther particulars einq
Merchant, of Sing Sing, o'r o
Ihecir Sales Room, where Li
T'erms-Teu per ceut on day
tdelhivery of ld-eds. The res
fi per
Sale, witlho
sl5


.JAMES BIEECKE
VALUABLE PROPER
O1 FBAE T
F OR SALE, at Auction, on
I hO er next, in the city of
of J.lames Bleecker &
44 acres of Ground, fronting
to the Depot of the Baltimor
pa
Lot, A, immediately adjoin
acres, 2 rood, 17 pe: chess, ant
Iey st
Lot iB, contains 7 a. 2 r, 27
Stricker
Lot C, contains 11 a. 3 r. 14 p
Mount s
Lot D, contains 18 a. 2 r. 17
Monrore
The above named streets, ru
are not included in the mea
ninug east and we
This property is valuable fro
tlhe line of the 1B. & 0 Rail Ro
one of the most. improving busi
Baltirnore, and because it. is
ment must continue in the di
channel through which the
recei
AL
All tlt piece or parcel of Cr
tents thereon, situated bet
fronting on uove street 303 fe
feet, on Penn st. 130 feet. T
pied as a tannery. The tenant
of January next. There is a
120 feet on Cove st, and 150 f
which is finished
AL
Four Lols in the very heart
feet 6 inches on Lomnbard,
streets, and is abont 44 feet i
antl4 front each 20 feet on HI
on l.iberty--the depth of these
appear by
The whole of theso lots are
rent of *$64 64, payable on th
ent purchasers thie ground re
I t, say No. I $20, and each of
0. Rail Road is laid through H
property. T'ie iuiprovemen
franre house, not ol muchva v
edl could be iinneoiately o
sto
AL
Fourteen I.ols t'rontinig ai an
by 80 leet in depth. These L
the plate. They are near Ithe
iinlproving par
AL
Twenty-eight I.ots of Ground
to 23 front, anal from 81 to 9
Albermarle and Exeter street
This properly is .ncreasi
Baltimore and Ohio R1aHP Ro
street, one square this sidaF,
inr it with the, Prt Itpnaoitc


_ __


EDGAR JENKINS
VALUABLE PROP
AVENUE, ON SECO
FLIUSIIIN(G HOUSE,
ING HOTEL, in the
ING, aud at HA
IIRANKLIN & JENKINS
JB' on Monday, 19th Septemb
Sale's Room, 1
The following Valuable Pr
York, and in the v
SECOND
The Two Lots and two ne
Brick Houses, with Attics a
mantels in each house, with
row of five houses, on the soi
tween First Avenue and Ave
the First Avenue, finished in
doors, cornices and America
feet in front and rear. and on
inches and a half in depth-r
hou
$81000 can remain on bond a
and
THIRD
All that certain new Hous
between 18th and 19th street
side of Third Avenue. distan
northeast side of 18th street
front andti rear, by one hundred
the house finished in the mo
mantels, black Russia grates
Store below-rents f
AL
All that certain House and
described, of the same dimen
ished as the above-ren
$3000 of the purchase mon
mortgage, on each h
Both of said lots are leased
for twenty-one years from the
rent, of $75 per annum, payab
new
VILlAGE OF
Flushing House- All that c
or Dwelling House, situate i
known by tile name of the
Flushing Hotel, and lot sit
and Lawrence streets, being
on Lawi ence street, and ninet
for $450
83700 of the purchase mon
mortgage i
IIALLETT
Also, One Hundred Lots at IH
wo
Maps can be had on and afte
tion
Two thirds of the purchase
and mortgage
The title to the whole proper
ticulars of whir.h application
wards and lMcCoun, Counsell
street.
P. S. VAN IIOU
NEWARK
S8 VALUABLE BIt
TIE SOUTH WA
AT AU
P S. VAN HOUTEN wil
Tuesday, 20th September,
the Pre
88 Valuable Building I ots
ar
This ironertv ithe i m rot dir
110 I ci i otNhe TiLy L t fewirow,
Walnut streets, each 60 fee
rue, 80 f
The ground is a beautiful e
Avenue, dry and sandy, and
lent water is procured by di
oine of the Lots, at the corner
is a handsome two story hou
barn, substantially built, whi
ble dwelling house. The ini
being built up very rapilly,
Cottages, Giecian style of arch
to be comnpleted by the 1st o
front on New York Avenue,
front elevation of the cottages
of the property ; they will bo
manner, and the grounds aro
with sh
Two Lots at the corner of
appropriated for a place of P
hitundsonue edifice will be ere
the next season. This proper
Rnadl depot about 100 rods-
from the Morris Canal, at-d
on the Passaic, with streets
120
Th', increase of the city of
season, in the lumber of its
amount of business lias be
previous one. The navigation
creasing. Two whalers are no
lines of packets, and it is co
Sh
Dwelling Houses are much
would be icnanted at :; very
could they
To give an opportunity to
profitable and useful ani inv
occupation or for hire, is the
tors to offer the property o
Terms -Twenty-five per cen
be paid inrmediately, by an
months. The balance to ren
payable in one, two and three
cent, to be piai
A deduction of five per ce
will be made to any purchaser
erect a Dwelling House rea
year front date of' purchase,
andi to be placed ten feet bac
A person will be at the rail
the sale frein an early h
Persons from New York can
at 1 o'clock, and arrive in ti
particulars
sl eod P. S. V
HOUSE & 1,IT IN
F OiL SALE.-Tlhe Doubl
Lot No. 88 Prince street, b
way. The House Is 37 feet (i
1U1 feet deep. The House is e
hogany doors, and white Itali
gaining twelve rooms, will f
the 22d instant, it will then b
JAMIES BILEECKER & SONS,
terms, &c. sray be made, or
liies. Possession can be hlad
SAMUEL GO

In tlIe ranter of p
and tes'anueilt an
Remsen, deceased

?1'H]E P'eople of the Stale
J. of God fie a
To all to whom these prese
cern, and especially to Alle
sen, Maria J. Bririckerlioff
the next of kin
Senud Gr
You are hereby cited and req
appear before our Surrogate
his office in Ihe City of New
toter next, it ten o'clock in
atdt there to opitose or SUlp'or
bate of certain instruntents
left with our said Surrogate,
be one of lthe Executors of th
ed, aud which said instrument
will and testament of thle
In testimortny whereof, wae hlav
our said Sarrogate t
.-. ) Witness, James Caip
i..S. our said county of N
( gust, in the year of our


EDGAR JENKINS
PEREMPTORY S
12,000t ACRES OF
MIC*KEAN AND CL
TIES,
F RANKTIIN & JENKINS
on Monday, October 17th,
sales room, No.
lBy order of John Titus, EsquT
interests of the Receivers
Tihe Farlnmprs Bank of Newx
Trenlon. The Trenton Bank
New .1- rsey, and of the Far
thI Conrmenweallh
Twelve certain tract ofn L
other, and situate in tihe c
field in the state of Penns
Fourth Districts described an
ing patlct numbers, viz.--488
4,%8, 4974, 4975, 4976, 4977 an
Thousand and Fourteen Acr
Land. All with with six per
Toeptliher with ritat, sents
of William Coxe. foir the uso
Trsutee for Ihe Farmers Bank
Bank of Bucks County, Penn
Trenton, New Jersey, the Tr
the New Bruns
The foregoing description i
Sheriff of thie County of McK
&c. which deed,with a map o
documents relating to the title,
valie, &c. &c- may be examine
& Jenkins. This property being
will be required that 20 per
paid at the time of sale, and
December next, when a deedi
room of thie ,ilctionee
a24 2awd08s
EDGAR JENKINS
PEREMPTORY ASS
VALUABLE LANL
OF GREENFIELD,
TY, PENNS
FRANKLIN & JENKINS
on Tuesday, Sept. 20th, at
Sales Room, No. 1
The following Valuable Tra
town of Greenfield, county o
vania.
No. 1. One tract, c
2. Do. do
3. Do.
And One Tract, containing 39
of Rush, Suisqitehanna count
watered an l timbered, and ar
well suited for grazing or
The timber is principaily s
and pine. The land is great
tine Delaware and Susquehann
of the boundary line of
Its proximity to the New Yo
it very desirable for a capital
ler or
The title is believed
The sale will be peremptory
Assignees will execute to th c
nees deed, with covenants
The terms will be made k
sis


Doors open a
mence at half


Performance


AM9 ERICAN TH AT

BENEFIT OF M
nr THIS EVENING, Sept.
pirmetl the
JANE
Lord Hastings
Duke of Gloster
Dumont -
Alicia s
Jane Shore
To conclude wi
THE POOR
Patrick Mis
Father Luke

Stage Manager,
I-. Doors open at hail
commence at half past 7 o
TrjANKLI1 N TH'FI
SQUAD

Tl--TITHS EVENING, Sept.
formed th
A MAN ABO
Torn S'itsa
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Portia


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L-l"THIS EVENING, Sept.
formed t
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Stage Minager -
Price of Admission-Boxes
Gallery 37
NIBILO'S
G GREAT AT
SATURDAY EVENING, S
SIGR. BLITZ, the Great
Professorof Necromancy, M
who can produce more laugh
his perfoit1uance, and also pr
bird seed, by converting it i
fortihe Ladies, than any p
Wor
On this occasion every effcr
patrons of thie Garden, aud in
iog's Entertainment of surpass
a splendid display of FIREW
Artist Mr
The Grand Military Band wil
tary Marches and National A
brilliantly Iltuminated.
being covered, Ladies can p
free front
Tickets 50 cents, children
Gardn
The Grand Moving Panorami
Manchester Railroad, occupying
ing, being the largest Panor
during the Eventing only.
Admittance to time Panorama,
and a ha
Stages will run from and to
evening ,
T M E A T RB I C A I S.
necessity of remaining VWe
mer season, thie st bscribvr
Verk. Mr. John Povey, of th
Itlori-sed to make and enter i
antl Gentlemen of Histrio
snade by the above Age
Autuisl 5lth, 1836.
al6'
NIBLO'S NGABDEN.-L
CONCERTSj.-MISS WAT
Watson respectfully annou
CERT, (and positively her las
fixed for MONDAY EVEN
MIRS. WATSON's last ap
Miss Watson is happy to state
sion of Messrs Flynn & Willa
effect an engagermfent with t
Vocalist MR. MITCIIELL, who
distance on t
Mr. WV. A. KING has kind
Ttle last appearance ofSign
Denmpsterandt
Tile unrivalled SIGNOR BLIT
of his very best Fenats of Mag
Gun Trick, wherein he is fir
and catches the balls in hIsis
Dance of thie
During tihe Concert Mess
Watson will sing (by particu
serio-comic glee of The Th
Thle parts of the two old and
Messrs. Watson antd Detmpster
inexperienced Crow
'Tle Saloon is now enclosed
fine weal her can be ventilate
Promenades are covere
Tickets 50 cents, to he
Stages will run to and from
even
The entertainments will
Further partic is i the
CLEOP
(Jtit Returned f
M Rl. LE BERT has the h
trons of the Fine Art
STATUE OF CLEOPATR
Has-arrived in this Cit
AT 175 IB
Hours of Exhibition fro
This splendid piece of sculp
dern production of unsurpassed
beailty of proportion, conuto
pression, altitude, and high f
unrivalled in the wide cata
sl5
B GREAT NATIONAl
SThe public is respectful
National Exhibition of the
RATION OF INDEPENDENCE
Sept. 17Ih, at the Saloon of
clay street. This exhibition is
Fifty-six Figures, large and nu
costume of the day, anrd array
'76 they signed that immiorta
dorn to our cou.itry. Each figure
tlon, from a likeness taken a
mnemioratble act took place,
pense, and bears a striking
prese
Admnittance 25 cents. Chil
8 in the morning until 10 at
SIAMESE TWINS-At PE
way opposite the City
Brothers, have itust returned
and Germiany and will Ie s
evening during
They were brought to this c
whom they remained until t
the English ILanguage, since
account,lhey have become ext
all, tlrey are affable and v
MAJOlR STEVENS, the Aner
of Maine, 40 inches high, wei
of age, well proportioned in
deportment cuts accurate liken
ling
lie also executes wood cul
The Great Living Ana-onda
fectly docile that. lie may be
with perfect safety, ar
Admuittance to the whole 2
ADtiITT'I'ANCE 23 C
tractions.-Three new pie
Addition of brilliant an
Three New Dioramnic Pieces,
Forest, gradually changes to
splend
Another, the Interior of the
dral of Anmiens, in France, ad
with approp
IIANNINGTON'S Grand Movi
Saloon, ittlarble Buildings. opp
door to the Amn
Doors open at 7 in the eve
mencce at I pa
ORDER OF THE VARI
Animated Views
Interior of the Cathedr
Exhibition of the action be
gate Constitution, and
Moonlight, Sea View,
The Demonr's Moving Forest,
ants, and terrific sounds, w
with its deli
T'ie whole to conclude with
tnrv .it the IlanttlP nf San Tlanr


PARK 'I

13 THIS EVENING, Sept.
formed th
THE MARRIAGE
Figaro .
Count Almaviva
Antonio
Susannah M
After
Md'e AUGUSTA. Princlp
mie Rovalede Mttsique, Par
Royal Drtry Lane, wilma
America, in
THE NA
To conclude wit
TtTR TWO
J,,hn Bnil, Esq
Mr Gregory -
Gregory C
Mrs Gregory .


Chauncy to George Llhtle, dce
tors or ussigns bearing date the
fsr the tern of 21 years filou t
last afur
Also. that certain lot piece o
and being in Urolhk!yi,,in the
ork, being pm:rt or a piece of
Chan my, and known andl disting
petty made by tCharlcs Loss,
el easterly in. front ott Navy
fifteen ana now or lately oce
terly by lots number six and s
seventeen ranltain:ng lit bra i
and -ix inches, in the rear twv
norlh sie eone hundred and li
one hundred and on
Also, all that certain other lot,
ate lying and being in Brotkl
dtstinguiahed on the aforesaid
LIounded easterly in tront on N
hove described lot number sixth
Fix,andl soulhemly by lot eigi
front twenty I hreefeet six inc
in I ngtn on the no th sine one
andti o, the south side ninete
Also, l,ot number eighteen, bi
on the inorLh side by lo number
number four and five, on the
ontaining in ironton Navy street
Ihe rear tven'y rtlrce feet, on
eleve-: inches, an,l oi the south
Theiabove lea-e reseivedn annu
for the removal of the Improv
lea
Also, the beneficial Interest
by the said Isaac Chauncy to 'he
his executors. administrators a
tit day of April. 15 13. for the
delay of M
Also, all that certain pieceor
In Brooklyn, in the county of K
part ofa piece of ground the p
known anuldlstingulshed -na m
by Charless Loss, as lot number
front by Navy street, northern
tuily by lots number three and
her twenty, containing in fr
faetsmix Inches, in rear twenty
north ninety-foul feet four inches
ninety feet nine inches. Thse
an annual cent of thirty dollar
tains sJmii:ar covenants anti co
above mentioned, dated the
N. B. Morse, Esq..
No 2. The unexpire term of
lastnof thlinc three lots f ground
of 'il ary ;inl Bridge streets, 25
other two lots on the south side
cast froin the s,utiheast corner
23 cby loo ft. to be sold separate
ground ri-nt. The above three l
rbove advertised In fee, compri
lars and foundations are now s
formerly the oil cloth factory o
dlci.toyed


BY JOHNTN
Store, No. 31
Thursday,
Pawnbroker's $ le-10 o'clock,
Prk. by order ofJ. Simpson
venson, a large collection of u
then have teen pledged twel
ticulars o
BY S. P, I
Store 123 Fulton, ne
Thursday,S
tleeatntrurtiltuure-A1ai" t'elai.


S LES BY

EDGAR JENKINu
BY FRANKLIN
Sales JRoom No. 15 Broad
X3- See Fir


SALS BY AU

LAWRENCE S. k1OR
BY MILLER, PI
Sales Room No 30 Broad st.
Wednes,lay.
Leather-10 o'clock, at the st
opposite Ferry si, 5000 sides
At 12 o'clock. at their Sale
i. Chancery Sale -Uuder the
leInc, Esq Master in UChAcery,
situate aind lying in the town
and distinguished on a map of
.lanalica Railroad helonein t
tiled in Iha office of the clerk
ldy of May, 185a. as lots numbered
106, 107. 108, 109, 110.t11, 112, I11
which taknh together are bou
viz: hctnning at Iha corner o
av( nue, .s laid down e:n thes
easterly ,'long the nornherly si
lot 1i5 oon-kdiid ma;p, andlru in
westerly side of said lot 121 a
as lalt.lown on the sail map
alotn Ihe southely line of Nort
WyckiffT avenue, amnd running
casto; ly line of Wyckc.'favenu2
nine,togetherwith allthe right
iA FIa stt, in and to the one
Sand avenues as as !ie immediate
same. however, to be used f.,r
being the same premises c
G".orge A Furst, Iby deed beari
1a35, tog, other with all atrsl s
ments andappurten uic
SI'EPHEN CAM
Master in
The above was postpone
2 Staten Island Property-One
meond street and the shore, being
end, und 32 ft on the east end.
thie lovee lot, rontainine about
to10 years to run fr. m 1st last M
On the fee lot is a sootl 2 story
to the top ; contains 6 rooms, h
antly situated. Attached tothe h
There are also upon the premises,
year ; a word, and other out h
day of sale, 40 per ct when the d
bon,r antd mortgage for a terrh e
particulars., apply to C.
No 3 Meadow land at Jamaica,
of salt meadow, on the southea
b.)undd north by meadow of
and seventy four links by me
chains and sixty eight links
dert on the west. nineteen chai
creek; thence along String cel
containing nine acres three
Also, all thatcertain piece o
on the nouth by the sail Fur
frty links, on the southeast t
fhunts creek thence along El
and twenty two links to the p
seen acres an
Sale positive
N. B. The lane in front of
course leads down to the above
the sal
4. Chancery Sale -Under the
Esq master in chlncery, all the r
the teru: of twenty years. from
her, onue thousand eight hundred
all that certain lot, piece, or p
twelfth ward of the city of New
the Seventh Avenue and Sixtieth
wit: twenty five eet In front
of the Seventh Avenue, one hunr
etly side of Six leth street;
thence northeasterly one hundred
beginning-containir.g In fron
one hundred feet in depth And a
remainder (if the term of twen
Auzusr, one thousand eight hu
anid to all that cerltiu lot or
Iwelfth ward of the ciy of N
slla of the seventh avenue, twe
Sixideth street, b.munded as fo
In tront on the aforesaid west
une hundred feet on the sou:heas
around occupied by Robert Rit
oet ; thence southeasterly one
o tile egnninnz-containing in f
and O1 feet in depth. Together
purtenances thereunto belonging
)ated 23lh A
S. COWDREY, Mas
NOeTE-The above lots are each
$1 z per annum, half yearly, a
with a covonanut of lessors, that
pay $S3'o for buildings on eac
frame building
Thursday,
Leather, &c-0l o'clock, at
No 20 Fer
5so00 sides sole leather, with
waxed calf skins, upper in rou
their, &
Thursday.
12 o'clock, at their Sales
1. State of Neo York-In Chan v
order of the Court of Ch incery,
room of Miller, Pine &l Miller.
in the city of New \ ork. on Tlil
next, at 12 o'clock, at noon, und
ber. one oftqe Masters of the C
tain dwelling house and lut of
in the Tenth ward of the city
on aurnap of certain lots beang
Corlear's Hook, madv trom ac
surveyor, bearing dace the sixth
eight hundred and ten, and filed
city and county of New York, b
tront on Grand street, in the r
onesidle on lot No 50, and on t
training inr width in front and
length on exch site seventy fv
with all the u
Also, all li tl certain dwelling
land situale,lying and being i
county of Kilgs aforesaid..arn
Inning at a point on the west
Navy Yard, on the southerly si
lately called John street. leadi
of the said .avy Yard, calle
running irom thence ,vestwardt
said street thirty eiEht feet fo
late of H3girnatd Heurietta'; the
of l;trd now or late of B ranird H
the westerly lincofihe said Nav
or less, to land late ,of J oh Jsac
four inhcle., moue or less, to t
thinnce northern ly aleng the said
hundred t'eet, more or less, to
with the ilp
Also,alh that certain lot. piece
cern..I iremiscs nmiortgatged O
June, i! thte ear one thousal
seivcn, iy ComIort Sanls, to Ih
jpany of the r .hnk ol New Yomr. s
c .ty if Br.ooklyn aforesaid. ando
mortgamed premises, recorded in
county of Kings, thy lot number
the southl:rly side of York store
as to lows, to wit: northerlil i
eansleriy side, by lot lum0ter f
the wcuerly bide by lot, four h
length 0on eace sile one bundle
and rear t.wiintyvfiv teet, to
Also,all thatecitain lot. piece
in-a and being in the city of B
follows, to w,t: southerly itl
street, westerly by a lot of
rterty of Andrew Merce.i, nor
Jacktson, deceased, ar.d easterly
tl of John asltsou,contlatning
five feet, and In the rear. also
one humudred leol,arnd h kuowuas
eihuty five, luosienhr w
Also, oil that ccrtaui lot piec
anst bh .IIg on the south side
Oirtutl, k i aforesaid, ilte sat
ttll-hws to wit: ltngluung at t
on Water street formerly of Gi
-tonts Water street forty-nine t
PJlrxtnci, thence running south
Alexanluer Iilk'.eck, pulncipa
early im;tclion about one hundr
formner!y oi Abiaham Keimlen..
f.mr;y five ledt eight inclhs ro t
G Inert Vdan lh,.ter; thience rnn
ly of GulBert Van Mlater, one hon
or less to tile palace of hesinil
ances. A large art ot the said
sut'j-ct to a lease to L.-se Van m
first h-ay itl M 42y, 82, al an aua
quarterly,and conirauining als
tor thie payment lor builli-t ul
al of s.rd ilase for a mother l
descrlbsd premises will be sol
lea
Alst, all uhb:t c-rtain lot piece
lying alid being it the town
sta:e oi New Yoik. houin u.l e
property of Andrew iragaw; w
.ludge Sohmclrch. smu:herly by
Dalrea, and northerly by other
yea. co,,taining seven and one
either w Ih the
Alo, tall th several i:ceels
rerlloe thor with the leases t
iti contained. and ihe appurter
the benefclal interest In a c


DAVID PARILKS,
BY A. MLIL
Store, 132 Wuter
M %W. J. BA RTO
BY W. J. IR
Store. 137 W
This
DR.Y GOODS-At 9j o'clock. a
sorpale D
Conslstlng o'f supr red fa-inne
bwn grn and blk cotlhs, 4 4 in
light And dark lambric prints,
lustrinas. green linings, sun d
tra super white Thibet gauze
cambric ingham, brown, blue
dor, red and yellow bandannas,
fl wor plaid prints, rich twill
chinz Texian prints, sup mohair
jc iP, 4-4 brown sheetings, sun
casstans, su? cotton net suspe
merinos, 6-t -,axony do. tlark m
ing, 5 4 a 8 4 Prussian shawls. 6
linn thread, white cotton fri
ground American prints, 8.4 bwn
needrlls silt buttons, bwn and(bl
ton i
Also. meleskins. sattinet and
su spenders and mar-ailes vests.
ack
Also, part of a stock of goods
lining
Also, at 121 o'clock, 600 doze
nock. long and
JOHN RUDDEROW
BY JOSEPH S
Store, 163
Tues
CLOTHS, UASSIMERES, &c---9
room. a general assortment
Wedne
CLOTHS CASSIMEREs. arc-9 o
a ,PPneral assortment of
RICtIARD LAWREN
I3Y HICKS. LA
Store No. 22 E
!- REMOVAL-HICKS, LA
moved to No.22
This
PACKAGE SALE-10 o'clock, at
Briilsh, Irish. and
Consisting of a choice and be
three anol four colored prints
prints; 4-. britannia hkfs; super
super 3 4 b'k and c.ilrd ,lo; su
.merinoes; super sifflower do;
let flannels; super bik and fancy
able colrd plaid mnd striped ido
snool solron; worsted Ibraldse; :ot
sunler saiper Turkey redl prin
stan shawl; a very choiceassolt
claret, dahlia, hwn, drab and mi
drab casslmeres; .uper fancy r
table covers; umbrellas, linen b
Venetian stair carpeting, ant
Also, a large and valuable a
tured cotton goods, consisting o
and sheeting; indigo blu.a pla
and biwn canton flannels; supoe'
bossed muslins; white and blk w
artf
Particulars of which are give
ready for delivery, and the go
Wedne
DRY GOODS -9 o'clock, at th
assortment of seasonable Bri
from the


WILLIAM TIMPSO
BY AlEIr., TI
Store No. 37 WIla
r3- NOTICE---aDEIV, T'IIM
from Nos2 Beaver, to No 37
Tues
PACKAGE SALE--9 o'clock, a
oackaees English, Scotch, I
comprising a general an
Catalogues and samples will
rues
SHELF SALE-81 o'clock, at
and eeneial assortment of Engl
can Drv Goods. f
OA VIDA .a IT, N
BY AUSTEiN, WIL
Store, 36 Beaver st. betw
Mon
FRENCH GOODS--8t o'clock, at
sos French Silk Goods, comprise
sortment of fancy and staple
arri
Tues
India Rubber Goods--lo o'clock
ses India rubber goods, consists
touts, drilling frock coats, w
coats, larg4 velvet cushions, dr
vere, swimming belts, life pre
pantaloons,oveTails, means apron
ing caos, pants with feet, leggi
ins capes, opera bouts, felt b
shoes, air bed, tasting and kid
and infants ap cloak,
Thur
PACKAGE SA LE--in o'clock, at
Foreign and Domestic Dry
Also, 50 China Silks, cen.ls
shawls. wht sarvnets, blk cmb
chan pongees. blk, le
Also, 2 cases superior raw silk
worthy the attention of fringe
of raw
Catalogues and samples
Fri
SHELF SALE-9 o'clock, at th
assortment of Foreign and D
shelves, at 6
Satu
CHINA WARE-Io o'clock, in fr
corner of William street and E
Ware, con
tat, 2d and 3d size
Soup Tureena
Puiding Dishes
Custard Cuas
Nref Steak Dishes
Tea Cups and Saucer
Sugar Bowls
Sets Muss
PintBowls
Coffee Bowls and Rance
Catalogues and samples
THOMAS M. HOOK
BY MILLS
Store, cor. of Wa
Mond
PACKAGE SALE-10 o'clock, at
British, French anil
Clothing-Also. an Invoice of
Inz of cloth coats, cassimere
bombazine and v
Catalogues and samples will
of s
Wedne
FRENCII GOOD3--8t o'clock,
cases French Goods, comprise
assortment of fancy and staple
tlio
Thur
CLOT HS, CASSIMERES, &c---
room, an extensive assortment
Ings
Friday,
Furs. &c-At o'clock at the
ment of ladies poaerines
Also. geatlemens collars, glov
All city marie, and iuitl
W. C. HAGGEPT
BY JOHN HAGG
Store corner of Pear
This
CARPETING. RUGS, &c- II o'c
150 pieces extra super Brussels
superior
A Iso, an assortment of ingrai
rugs, d urgets,
Also, carpet linen, carpet bindi
Wilton rues, green floor cloth
in
Also. 200 pieces 4-4 4
Cataloeues a
Damagetl Wines, Olives, Cape
store of Mr E Groussett, No i
Inspection. for account of under
Claret :lo in do, Champagne wil
cornlchons, &c. damaged o
Also, 1500 baskets Champa
Mon
SHELF SALE-S- o'clock, at t
assortment of British anAd
shel
Also, on account of underwri
vers and ble
Tues
Extensive Sale of Superior Wine
at the store of Mr E. Groussett.N
assortment of fine wines, cons
Bordeaux, Hermitage. and Musca
n0e baskets Champagn
200 do d
03 t do do
o00 do do
lou do do
too do do
tsO do dti
ItO dro d1o
100 do do
is0 do do
150 do :lo S
let do do
500 cases Medoc. Clare
s5to do St Julien do;
to0 do Paulllade, 18
ioo do Rary in do, 187, 50
50 do Chateau Le
so50 do Delbos StGenmne do,
100 do) Haute Sauternedoa, 182
100 do St Jullen (10i 1831;
so do Chateeau
IcO do Chateau M
50 do Pichon deLon d
50 d:) Haut auterne do. 18
20 do Spa; Kling Riversalte'
500 do Muscatd
s5o baskets Sallad Oil,
300 do do B
s5 boxes Cnra
250 baskets St G
Wedie
PACKAGE SALE-9 o'clock, at
British and Amer
Catalogues and samples
Pria
FRENCH GOOtD)-8- o'clock, at
F bench .ilk Goods. received pe
cxrtnsive assnrtment r
J 0SE*PIH W. CO1H Ii
1tY CORHLIES,
Store. No. 2
hMon
PACKAGE SALE--I o'clock,
packages seasonable Briti
Among which 3re. extra sup
blue, black. b ttle anil invisible
do. supeofine mulberry, olive.
clIthe; velvet, black, drab and
ribs: fancy striped buckskins
lions'eins; clue, brown and ol
Iloiti and twiledl blankets, do
super.4 -.ssorted menrlnes; 3
kry red yarn cotton hosa, li;be
blue and madder cold plates;
cold cotton balls; spool cotton
green floor cloth baize; woa le,
olive cloths; stael and cadet
blk suspender t;uttons; 4.4 and
merino flannels, suoelfine pla
fonrd mix-d do; corded skirts; h
merinnes; flag hkfs; super Sea
8.4 and 9 s superlative do; 34
pearl shirt and vest buttons;
scarlet flannel
Cataloeues are now ready, an
lofts of their store


E'V B. F. T. Gautier, late f 62
17 Ann street, where he will co
sion business on
The store is now open for the r
and izcond hand. Clocks, vases
sile at

KY WILLIAM '
Store No. 194
Corner of'
Ptvery Wedrnsdla
tOR1 SE iMARKET, removed fro
lin will sell, every Wedlnesd: y a
the t. wv Horse Market, 3att slt
nearly opuosit tthe rail-ro:i car
Al o. prints, anil a cnyv of th
:l i-. 'l'vlft0U
BY O.MIL1)EJ13JBEG R
Store, 3
This
Furniture, &c -lo o'clock, at '
a nent sasorttment of
t'AUL B. LL'-jYi)
BY WI l.W
Store. No. 9 Coa
Tucsd
Furnl:ure -At 10 o'clock, will b
qumatr'i y of household furniture,
mahogany and mapli chairs. iock
leads, beds, hailr nrttresses,
arti
Thursday, .
Furniture-At O'clock, will b
riltue cont inedt in houses Nos
ing of ingraln'and other carplct'
sofias, chairs, beds, hair matt
"variety of o
BY GILMAN
GE iERB.AL AUCTI
No. 19i7 Cbati
';'nis
Furniture-10 o'clock. at their
sortmnent of household aid kitchen
hogany dining and tea tables,
gain carpets, gilt and mahoga
ilit;ds, feather beda, bolster: i;nd
low post bedsteads, cots, ircs,
forks. plated and brass candles
,cl tnintiocrpenters' tools, ma
ware.
At190' atil o'cloc-k, s r ca';t
ua!tity, t box byson tea, 1
.railing, a good article, su
Libt ral advances made on furnl
to be sold
Out door Sales ptunc
';. GASilDY
BY M. HENRY A
Store No. 3 Cou
Mon
Splendid. Furni ure--lloc'licl:,
'door below Broadway, will lie
.previously sold at private sale
tu
Also, 2 spleintlii
Also, at 12 a'cl,,ck. th balnc o
sw\i lenln
Particulars
M3i HENRY & CA.SSIDY, will


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_


SALES BY

JAMEs BLEECKE.
BY JAMES BLEED
Sales Room No. 13 Broad
3r- See Firs

RICHARD VAN DYKE..
BY VAN ANTWEVRH
O.ffice. No. 18
Monday'
1It o'clock, at their Salt's
I. Executor's Sale -Valuable
All thosu two valuable bmlldl
situate No's 33 and So Hammons
lots frrm In ui son street. They
bly 88 feet deep. and are well kn
At'raharn Labagh, deco-ased Th
terns made known
A survey will immetlatcly he
left with the auclir.neer. No. is
Ilculars. irnilre of Mrs Laaal.
Van Antwerr, 46
A. w. sLEJCK!(E
BY T,. M. I- i &
Store, corner of Wal
M-3- L. M. TIOFFMA N & CO. h
of Wall ai.d F
This
Furniture-10 a'clrk, at iNo. 1
njableassoriment of furnIture.
ment in theev
Young Hvson Tea-t ll'clock, in
young hyonn (ea, t
Wine-ao hhds and 2M qr dasks
to deb
Arrack-2 casks
Willow--Ssb' bu
Iailsins-500 boxes bunch raisi
bl
Mon
Wine Sale-12 o'clock, at the
st. a large assortment of Ctampa
Port. Botdeanx andi Champagpn
varllcultars Fee adver'isemenrt
zette, Journal
Tuesday,
Madder---I o'clock, in front
wardens' inspection, for acc
madder,
Wcdne
Teas-lo o'clock, at the Tonti
teas, imported In the ship Emi
young hyson, hyson skin, ton
souchong. In large and small
ought caly in the season aIt
represented to.be equal in equal
sent season,
Catalogues and samples will
the
Whiske--12 o'clock, on James
old Irish
Thur
Curtain-l10 n'clock, at Concer
and valuable assortment of cur
colors. Paltlcu
Port Wlne--li o'clecu. In front
casks super Port wine, Sandemar
entitled to
Monday.
Furniture-lo o'clock, at No 72
ment of French and American
ture adve
Monday,
Public Sale of Furs and Skins-
the Amserican Fur Ctmpan, a arg
of Reaver. otter, muskrat, &c.
vertis
Saturday
Herns-12 o'clock, in fr
u.00ooo selected Ri
0,000 o BenoA
7.0.0 do M
5,00o do Rol G
5,000 do Bue
May be examined any time pre
ti
G. M. MORRILL
BY R. R. MIW
Store, No. 70
This
Wines--11 o'closl, in front of
Lucar wine; 13 do Lisbonldo; 40
entitled to
Rum--8 hhds
Coffee-I'o bags Rio utf
Bagging-3o piece
Wrapuine Papecr-10o reams
Tea--16 pac
Glas-l100 boxes wi
White Lead-A few
rues
Sktns--l o'clock, in front of
rat skins, Indlanlhardled
Wedne
Letter Parer--i o'clock, in fron
sea letter paper,
Thursday.r
DRUGS SPICES. & OILS--lit o c
No 59 Wail st, a large assortm
Cat ,loues will be ready ani t
for exanlinatioun the da
All invoices of gods Intendc
handed in four
CilAttLES VICA
BY THOSE.
Store. 78 1
Tues
DRUGS. &e-lot o'clock. at t
Druzs,&
Manna- 6 cases large flake ma
sort
Licorice--2o cases s
Sponass--! 0ibal
Matches-4 cases
a:trk-20 case
Olive oil-100 baskets oli
ILY IAWREN
Store, No. 68 Wall, c'.rne
This
At 101 o'clock. at Ihe action s
der of thebs assignee, 100 ucxas
citff.e, 15 sacks alonids. 4 brl
30 boxes starch, beer and cide
fish, snuff
Also, a large assortment ef yo
chrno
C. N YEUOVIAN
BY F. .1
Store, No. 2 Tontine Bu
This
At I1 o'clock, In front of the
store, removed tor cenvenien
Brandly-2 half
Gin-4 brls
Rum-4brls Ja
Suat'-3 barrels N
Coffee-- brls green c
Segars--Nu M.
lRaisins-io k
So ip--10 boxes
Candles-5 boxe
12 o'clock, at the
Assignee's Sale-Will he sold to
of the stock of the Buck's Har
One share will be sold at a tim
lance The quarry in Brooasvll
aivo and sucoiussfully worKad.
st In 'h
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THE NEW YOPK TIMES.___ ___


] FRANKLIN ACADEMY, SING S1N- I
SWestchester County, N. Y.-Instituted May 1 I
1833.--Mr. and Mrs. BLEECKER'S BOARDING
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.-This IAstitu.
tion has been in operation three years-is situated
on the banks of the Hudson, thirty.five miles Irtem
the city of New York. For its healthiness it is not
surpassed by any, and equalled by very few, in the
state. Two steamboats ply between the village and
New York, by which parents may visit their children
daily, spend several hours with them, and return the
same day. In order to recommend the situation of
Sing Sing, it may be well to say, that a single case
of fever and ague has never been known to orig nate
within its limits.
The year is divided into two terms-one commenc-
ing on the first of May, the other on the first Novem-
ber. There will be two vacations during the year,
viz: the spring vacation of three weeks, commencing
on the 8th of April ; and the autumn vacation of
three weeks, commencing on the 8th of October. An
annual examination of the pupils will take place im-
mediately preceding the autumn vacation. No pupil
will be received for a shorter period than six months,
but pupils can enter at any time; and any who may
remain at the Institution during vacation, will be
charged $2 per week extra.
Terms-$160 per annum, payable quarterly in ad-
vance: including tuition, washing and mending.-
Boarders to furnish their own cot, bed and bedding.
No deduction for any absence during the term, ex-
cept sickness of the pupil prevents attendance.
EXTRA CHARGES'
Latin and Greek, $5 per quarter.
French, 5 do.
Drawing and Painting, 6 do.
Music, and use of Instrument, 12 do.
REFERENCES.
LRev. J. F. Schroeder, 1
S. H. Cone,
C. G. Somers, -New York.
p Hon. Walter Bowne,
SJ. D. Stevenson, Esq. /
EElishaMorill, Esq. J
Capt. Francis llsley, New Orleans.
PrMessrP. W. & E. McIntosh, Albany. sl5t019
ARTF'VOD & NEW HAVEN KIAIL
ROAD.-Propopals'will be received from the
22d to the 28th of the present month, at the Engi-
neer Office of the Hartford & New Haven Rail-road,
(corner of East and Collie streets, New Haven,) for
grading the Northern Division of the Rail-road, from
Meriden to Hartford-being a distance of 18 miles.-
W After the 22d, maps and profiles of the different sec-
Tions will be exhibited at the Engineer Office.
ALEX'R C. TWINING, Engineer.
New Haven, Sspt. 9.
fir The Courier, Telegraph, Times, and Patriot
and Democrat. Hartford; the Journal of Commerce,
the American, the Rail Road Journal, theTimes and
the Transcript, New'York ; U. S. Gazette and Penn-
sylvania S ntinel, Philadelphia; Courier, Norwich ;
Journal, Springfield; Spy, Worcester; Daily Adver-
tiser and the Atlas, Boston; Chronicle, Harristburgh,
Pa.; Journal, Pottsville; are requested to publish the
above advertisement 3 times, and send a paper with
the bill to the Engineer. s15 3t
OFFICE NEW YORK CONTyIBU-
TIONSHIP FIRE INSURANCE COMPA-
NY, No. 57 Wall street, (basement.)
This Company (under its renewed charter) is now
Insuring Houses and Property of every description,
in this City and elsewhere, on the same terms and
conditions as other offices in this city.
The Directors are-
Abm. Bloodgood, Peter Lorillard, jr.
James McBride, Stephen Whitney,
John Adams, James McCall,
John Haggerty, Thomas Irvin
James Campbell, Robert McCoskry,
G. C, Verplanck, Henry Parish,
John Johb nston, Campbell P White,
Thomas Suffern, Reuben Withers,
Joseph Kernochan, William Ncett,
James Bryan, Ferdinand Suydam,
John I. Palmer, Peter I. Nevius,
John Wilson.
ABM. BLOOD4GOOD, President.
RI. W. MARTINm, Secretary. sl5 Iwis
BEAUTIFUL COTTAGEf at WILLIAAMS-
BURGH FOR SALE.-One of those conve.
nient and beautiful edifices recently erected on Grand
street, in Williamsbturgh. The contract for building
it having been made before the great fire which tookt
place in December last, and at a time when lumber
and other materials were far lower than at present,
the cost of the house to the present owner is from
$1000 to $1500 leas than it could be erected for at the
present time, which saving hlie is willing to give the
benefit of to the purchaser. From 2 to 6 lots will be
sold with the mansion, and the terms will be very
liberal.
The extensive improvements now making, and the
additional edifices which are about to be erected in
various parts of Williamburgh, cannot fail to give a
character and value to property there, far beyond the
rates at which it is at presenr held: and the new ferry
from Peck slip having recently gone into operation, it
will connect thft town withti the wealthy and business
part of this city ; from an union with which it may
be said it has hitherto been excluded, and the present
moment presents a new era in its prosperity and ad-
vancement.
Also, for sale, 100 Lots, situate in the flourishing
village ofRavenswood, or Hallett'a Cove, at the orgi-
nal Drices. Enquire of R. FAYERWEATHEIR,
sl5 6teod 41 Liberty street.
T BROWN, Stone Seal Engraver and Jewel-
*ler. 202 Broadwaj.-Coats of Arms, Crests,
Cyphers, emblematical subjects, &c. engraved on
stone; diamonds, amythtsts, topazes, crystals, &c.
bought in the rough or cut to any form; ladies' seals,
pencil cases and signet rings engraved with coats of
arms, crests, names or any device; coats of arms
painted, and forwarded to any part of the United
States; books of heraldry wsith upwards of 10,030
names; coats of arms found, sl5 3t*
COAL.-The subscribers have now in yard, and
are daily discharging foot of Hubert St., PEACH
ORCHARD COAL, from the original .' iohn" miane,
and that longest-worked in Pennsylvania. For family
use, this Coal is not. equalled by any other anthracite.
It will be delivered to consumers at the lowest mar-
ket prices of other good coals.
LOWTHER & SON,
pl402 Washington st., between Hubert and Laight.
N. B.-Orders through the Post Office, or left with
Messrs. Coolidge & Lambert, Stationers, 57 Wall'
street three doors above Pearl, or at the yard as
above will be immediately attended to. sl5
,A BSCONDED.-WILLIAM EUEN, 11 years
old, left the residence of the subscriber, his fa
other, either during a late hour in the evening of the
l1th, or early on the morning of the 12th inst., since
which time he has not been heard from. He took wita
him a small bundle of books, and such of his appare"
as he could conveniently obtain; consisting of a drab
fustian roundabout and pantaloons, blue cloth round-
about, and white silk hat. His eyes protrude from
their sockets, and lids occasionally scrofulous. Any
information left with Martin Ficket & Co. corner of


Stanton and Bowery streets, New York, will be
gratefully received by his afflicted parents. Editors
friendly to the cause of humanity, will plaasoe give
this an insertion. Dated 14th Sept. 1836.
s15 WILLIAM EUEN.
N EW GmODgS, AT]FOUNTAIN'S FANCY
STORE.-The subscriber has recently recei-
ved from Paris, the following fashionable and de-
sirable Goods. which strangers, as well as city cue-
tomers, are invited to examine, viz:
2 cases very handsome French embroidered Capes
and collars, small sizes, and reasonable
Dark French Calicoes, small patterns, of rich ehal-
lys very genteel patterns
Rich 'Belt Ribbons
Embroidered Cambric Hdkfs. from 20s. to $25
SFrench printed and plaid Muslins
Also, Jaconet, light French Calicoes and super-
fine dark French Calicoes, handsome as chal-
Emb-oidered Belts to match; Thread Lace,
Bl nde, do
Thread Blonde, and Bobbinet Lace Veils
Blonde Cauze Veils ; wide Blonde Lace for Veils
Splendid rich Chaliys and Mousselaine de Lane
Also, low priced ones, cheap
A very extensive assortment of Silka, as good and
as cheap as can be imported, ek and
Shawls of every kind, large and small, thif which
thin, Silk, Cashmere, Cotton, &c.-all oil, by
will be sold cheap, wholesale and retail
JOTHAM S. FOUNTAIN,
3 29 Maiden
PAINTS, INDIGO, SEGARS, WNES, &c.
8 cases Brunswick Greendry.
2 ceroons Caraccas Indigo.
1600 boxes American sup segars.
30000 Havana Segars. /
300 Reams low priced letter paper.
100 Reams asstd colors do.
100 d. double wrapping paper.
50 Baskets Champaigne.
50 Ind bbls cette Madeira Wine in bond.
300 doz whips suitable for the southern market.
100 Jars Maccaboy Snuff.
4 Cases, 100 doz sup Gerwan Cologne water.
For sale by GEO. S.MANN,
m28 76 Wall st.
O CON'T'RACTORS.-The subscribers will.
I receive Proposals until the 10th Octobgr next,
for dredging a channel through the outer bar of
Bridgeport Harbor, one hundred feet wide, to be 8 feet
Depth of water at low tide.
Any person wishing to take the contract, can be
furnished with the necessary information, by calling
on either of the subscribers, at any time,in Bridge-
"nt Tt ii6 locir-1 t......,j .L. *,at nnst nmi.ne annon


BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S.
N rursuance of the provisions cf a treaty be-
twren the United States and the Chickasaw In-
I-anris made and concluded on Pontitoc Creek on
-he 29th day October, 1833 and of the suippiem, nt-
ary and explanatory articles thereto, made and cor-
-laded on the 22d day of the same month, and also
if the Treaty between the United States and the
Chickasaw Indians, made and concluded at the city
of Washington, on the 24th day of May, 1836 I AN-
DREW JACKSON, President of the United Stats do
hereby declare and make known, that public sales
lor the disposal of such of the lands ceded in the
United States by the said Indians, as are hereinafter
described, shall be held at the land office at Pontitoc,
in Mississippi, at the undermentioned period.-, viz :
On the first Monday in September next, for the
sale of the lands in the following townships, viz.
Township I, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, east.
Townships 3, 4, 5 e.nd 6, of range 4 east.
Townships 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 3 cast.
Townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and F, of ranges, 6, 7
8 and 9 east.
townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, of range 10 east.
On the fourth Monday in September next, for the
sale of the lands in the following townships and
r uctional townships, viz:-
T OF THE CHICKASAW MERIDIAN
LINE
Townships 14 and 15, of ranges 3 and 4
Townships 14. 15 and 16, of rangt 6.
Townships 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 and
fractional township 17, of range 6
Townships 9, 10 and 11, and fractional town-
shiDs 15, 16 and 17, of range 7.
Townships 9, 10 and 11, of ranges 8 and 9.
Also, at the same time, for the sale of the under-
mentioned townships and fractional townships, west
of the meridian of the Huntsville district, being that
Fractional township 4, of range 12.
Fractional townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, of
range 1.
Fractional township 2; townships 3, 4, 5,6 and
7, and fractional townships 8, 9 and 10, of
range 14.
Fractional townships 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, town-
ship 9, and fractional townships 10 and 11,
of range 15.
Fractional townships S, 9, 10 and 11, of range
16.
i On the third Monday in October next, for the sale
of the iundermentioned townships, viz:-
WEST OF THE CHICKASAW MERIDIAN
LINE.
Township 1, of range 1.
Townships 1 and 6, of ranges 2, 3 and 4.
Townships 1, 4, 5 and 8, of range 5.
Townsanips 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, ot range 6.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, of ranges 7 and 8.
Townships 1, 2, 3 and 5, ot rapge 9.
On the first Monday in November next, for the
ale of the under mentioned townships, viz:-
WEST OF TIE CHICKASAW MERIDIAN
LINE.
Townships 7. 8, 9, 1f, 11, 12 and 13, of ranee 1.
Townships 7, 8, 9,10 and 11. if ranges 2, 3, 4
and 5.
Townships 7, 8 and 9, of ranges 6,,7 and 8.
Township 7, of raeaidess.
are to be excluded from the sales.
Each sale is to continue open* for two weeks, and
no longer. The lands will be offered in quarter sec-
tions and fractional quarter sections where such
exist.
Given under my hand, at the City of Washington,
this 20th day of May, A. D. 1836.
By the President: ANDREW JACKSON.
ETHAN A. BROWN,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
11- Certificates of scrip issued front the Treasury
Department, in satisfaction of bounty land warrants
granted by the State of Virginia, and the Unitca
States, for services in the revolutionary army; sd
well as certificates of land stock, issued at the dis-
trict land offices, for the amount of moneys forfeited
by individuals, under the credit system of land
sales, are not receivable for lands within the li
of the Chioasaw cession.
General LandOffice, May 20, 1336.


'lO MANUFACTURERS & OTHER
Peremptory sale at auction of a FARM oi
several mill sites, at Newburgh.-GEORGE W.NI-
VEN, in consequence of his continued indisposit on
having made an assignment in trust in execution
thereof, the undersigned will sell it public auction, on
Saturday, the 1st day of October next, at the United
States Hotel, in the village of Newburgh, Orange
county, N. Y. at I I o'clock in the forenoon, the farm
of land of George W. Nivun, Esq. situate on theNew-
burgh and Cochecton turnpike, about one mile and
an half from the steamboat landing at Newburgh,
and containing about 210 acres.
The Farm will be sold in parcels, viz :-all that
part lying north ot the said turnpike, and containing
about 110 acres, will be first sold. This part of the
farm is bounded on one side by the said turnpike, and
a public road runs through it; a stream of water also
runs through this part of the farm, called the Gidney
Town Creek. Abont 60 acres of it is under cultiva-
tion, proportionably divided between- meadow and
araole, and about 40 acres of young timber : the pro-
portion improved is tastefully enclosed by stone
wall, equal to any in the country, and the soil is in
most perfect order for use. On this part of the fanri
theie is a stone dwelling house, recei.lv built in mino-
dern style, one and an half stories high, dairy room,
with conveniences attached, out k .chen, a building
arranged for the accommodation of thirty laborers ;
two barns, one about one hundi -d and twenty five
feet in length, by about 48 in depth, built inx the best
manner ; carriage house, carpentus's shop, grannery,
wilh almost every convenience to carry on farming
r gardening. All the improvements are newly eree-g
ted and in thelbest manner. Upon this part of the
tarm are very extensive tuirries, of the first quality
of building stone ; and from its vicinity to Newthurgb,
sell readily, and at fair prices. The above property
is a most desirable residence for a gentleman wish-
ng to retire from the business of the city.
The part of the farm lying south of the turnpike,
containing about 100 acres, will be solidd after the
aluve) in parcels-this part is bounded by the said
turnpike on one side, another road crosses it, and the
Chamber's Creek, a never failing stream, passes
through it for nearly the whole length ; upon this
stream there is a fallof about 75 fre', and affording
sites for several mills and manufacturing establish
ments efthe largest size, with an abundance of wa-
ter to carry any power that might be required ; and
from its vicinity to the Hudson river, to which ithas
a good road, it affords to manufacturers and others
who want water power, in one of the most desirable
parts of the country, an opportunity either for specu-
lation or investment, rarely lobe met with.
Maps of the premises, showing the situation of the
farm, and the extent of the water privileges, and the
different site for manufacturing purposes, will be
prepared as speedily as possible, and exhibited at
and before the sale. The title of the property is ui.-
questionable.
Personswishing to viewv the premises, or wishing
further information, can enquire ,of Gen'l Gilbert 0.
Fowler, at Newburgh ; Daniel E. Delavan, corner of
Broome street and Broadway, or William H. Bulk-
ley, No. 39 Pine street, New Yolk.
Dated August 8th, 1836.
GILBERT 0. FOWLER, Trustees of
DAN1EL E. DELAVAN, Gee. W. Nven.

WM. H. BULKLEY, Ge WNve
a20 2awtOl
MUSIC & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
wholesale and retail.
Among the musical instruments are the much ad-
mired Accordions, of various sizes; Spanish Guitars
of every style and pattern, varying in price from $6
to $100.
French and German Violins and Violincellos, Bass
Horns and China Bells, S-rpents and Keyed Bugles.
Concert 'trumpets and Horns, Bags and Capes for
Guitars, Violins, Flutes and Accordions; Cymbals,
Bassoons,Triangles, Horns, Trumpets,Tuniing Forks,
Tuning Hammers, Hunting Horns. Siteel Wire, Violin
Bows, Violin Buidges, Strings for Violins, Guitars
and Violincellos, Reeds for Clarionetr, Oboes and
B1sssons, Finger Boards, Tail Pieces, and Pegs for
Atolins, &c.
In addition to the above, the subscriber is constant
ly receiving fiom his manufactory superior PIANO
FORTES, manufactured expressly for his estailish-
ment, of various patterns, of Rosewood and Maho-
gany, with the Grand Actioni, Harp stop, Metallic
Plates, &c., embracing the latest fashion of furniture
with tablet and hollow-cornered fronts, veneered legs
and Grecian scrolls. All of which are warranted to
be made ot such materials so well seasoned as to
stand the test of every climate, and can be returned
if any defect is found in the instruments. Price from
$150 to $650. Piano Stools of various patterns, to
correspond with Pianos, of Rosewood, Mahogany,
&c. Piano Covers of every variety of colours and
qualities.
Piano Forte Tuning-Forks, Hemmers, &c., &c.
Instruments of every description tuned, repaired, or
packed at short notice. Purchasers will find it to
their advantage to call and examine the above.
Flutes, Clarionets, Oboes, Flageolets, single and
double Octave Flutes, Picaloes, Fifes, &c. The
subscriber manufactures the celebrated Cocoa Wood
Flutes with the Ivor v Joint-Silver Mountings, Keys,
&c. &c. as used exclusively by all the principal Pro-
fessors of the Instrument throughout the country.
Also, constantly published by the Subscriber all
the new and fashionable Music, which in addition to
his large and increasing Catalogue of Standard Mu-
sic-Instruction Books, Gamut Scales, &c. &c. con-
stitutes the most valuable assortment of Music in the
country.
The price of music, as sold at this establishment, is
as low, (if not cheaper,) as at the other shops abodt
town.
Semrinaries, Music Dealers and Arists of the pro-


)OR SALE, tY EDW. H. LUDLOW
No. 4 Wall street--
A handsome 3 story House in St. Mark's place.
2 lots (.n 5th avenue, between I2th and 14th sts.
8 do do do do do
3 do 14th street, between 9 & 20th sts, are on
south side.
1 do do do do.
1 do 15th street do do.
4 do 82d do do do.
1 do We':' Broadway, formerly Chapel st.
200 lots in ULica, on Genassee and other streets.
120 do Buffalo.
100 do New Haven.
Several Houses and Lots inr Wooster st., N. York,
between Prince and 4th streets.
A handsome Country Seat at Hyde Park, on the
Hudson river, containing 209 acres of land
Some small lots in West Chester, from 5 to 10
cres. each suitable for villages, being only 12 miles
om City Hall, and on the East river.
Several lots in Albany. 12,009 acres of Georgia
ne Land. 2,000 acres in State of New York.-
,000 acres Texas Scrip and settlement rights, of
Colorado and Red River, Rio Grande and New
kansnas. a7uy2
'10 tPORTI'i3MEN, MANUFACTURERS,
POLICE OFFICERS, &c.
R OBERT A. REED, 23 Chatham street,
A opposite the Park, New York, Imports, Manu-
actures and Repairs every description of Rifle, Mus-
et, Fowling Piece, Pistoi, and Sportomen's appa-
atus, all of which are warranted to be of the first
quality, or will be exchanged.
N. B. For sale Weaver's steel and copper Mails
all sizes ; patent Police Handcuffs and Leg Irons.
Ili Second-hand Guns, bought, sold and excha
ged on the most reasonable terms,
g3- An assortmentof the above articles ctaousntly
on hand as usual.. jy2St
ELECT BOARDING AND DA>< SCHOOL
Q7 FOR YOUNG LADIES, at the Village of Ber-
gen, N. J.-MRS. GLOVER and MRS SCOTT beg
leave respectfully to announce that having taken a
commodious house in the village of Bergen, near the
Church, they haveopened a Select Boarding and Day
School for young Ladies, where every branch of use-
ful antl ornamental education is taught.
irs. G. and Mrs. S. hope by their attention to the
religious and moral improvement of tnieir pupils to
merit a share of public patronage.
'The course of education will include English Read-
ing and Grammar, Geography and History, Writing,
Arithnmatic, plain and ornamental Needle Work,
French, Music and Drawing. For terms apply at
the[School.


Pcau23t


REFERENCES.
. REV. WILLIAM BERRIAN, D. D
MOSES ALLEN, Esq. New York.
JOHN M. CORNELIsON, M D.
tf Bergen, N. J.,


rT. CROIX SUGAR & RUM.-Tha cargo )f
- the brig Stranger, consisting of Sugar and Rum
of prime quality, landing at pier No. 23N. R. and
for sale by D.ROGERS & SON,
s6 214 Washington street.
ENVERNING SCHOOL, FOR YOUNG GEN
E TLEMEN.-The subscriber has removed to tihe
elegant and spacious RIooms of the Collegiate School
160 Canal street-entrance on the corner of aric
street.
A select class of Young Gen lemen will be instruct-
ed in the usual branches of English Education-also
in the Classics and Modern Languages.
The French department is under the immediate di
reaction of A. Pestiaux, Professor of the French Lan-
guage.
N.B. Particular attention will be devoted to Pen-
manship and Book-Keeping.
Terms moderate. Apply as above.
dl tt C. C. JENNINGS.
IGFEST OF WENI)ELL'S REPORTS
-" -A digest of cases decided and reported in the
Supreme Court of Judicature, arid in the court for the
Correction of Errors of the State of New YTork, from
May 1823, to May 1S35, with tables of the names of
the eases reported, and of cases determined in the
court for the C)rrection of Errors, from the com-
mencemeni of the Reports in the State of New YoriK,
until January 1835. By John L. Wendell, E..q.Cjur-
sellor at Law. Just published, and for sale t)y
HIALSTED & VOORHIES.
No. 22 Nassau st. corner of Cedar st.
sl0 2wd&c
pHE subscriber offers for sale-
.WINES-Old Madeira, Tenereffe, Port, Pale
and Brown Sherry.
Also, Trudaick, Anchor, and other superior brands
of Champagne Wines.
Also, a superior article of Claret of the bestbrands.
FRESH 'iEAS of the latest importation-Impe-
rial, Gunpowder, Hyson, Young Hyson, Souchong,
Pouchong, Hyson Skin in small packages.
SUGARS-Loaf, Lump, Brown, and Havana, su-
perior articles.
COFFEE-Mocha, Java. Manilla.
PORTER-London Brown Stout, London Ale,
Philadelphia Ale.
SPANISH SEGARS-100,000 of various brands.
PRESERVES-East atnd West Indies, assorted.
Salad Oils of a superior quality; English and
American Cheese of first quality; Hams, Tongues!
Smoaked Beef, cured in the best order.
Also, 100 kegs fresh imported Dutch Herring.
For sale by ROBERT FURLONG, Jun.
jyl5 Corner of Nassau and Cedar streets
O (OTICE.-AII persons indebted to the Estate o
L the late Patrick Logue, deceased, are requested
to make immediate payment to the su.scriber, Ad-
ministrator ; and all persons having claims against
said estate, are rcqeeted to furnish the same within
thirty days from tnc date hereof.
DENIS LOGUE, Administrator,
314 Broadway.
September 10, 1836. 41 '
ATWOOD'i PATENT COMMERCIAL
A PENS.-A new invention, embracing all the
mnorovements that have been made for the last five
la. The invention consists of two springs formed
inside, thereby imparting a double degree of elasticity,
at the same lime forming a fountain for the ink.-
This newly invented and valuable acquisition to wri-
ters, can be had of
JOHN RRIN, Sole Agent.
al7 im 72 aiden Lane (upstairs.)
GREENWICId INrURANCE COMPANY, ?
office No. 306 Hudson street.
SplIIU Company give notice to their friends in tha
U. lower part of the city, that applications for In
surance en Buildings or Merchandise, left at the of-
fice of Mr. T. Whittemoie, No. 15 Platt street, up
stairs, will have prompt attention. Risks to the a-


TO EMIGRANTS, SETTLERS, AND
CAPITALISTS. -FOR SALE, 50,100
Avresof TIMBER LAND, and 4000 acrsn
IMPROVED FARMS, situated in the towes
,f Olive and Shandaken, in Ulster county; and Mid-
'dletown, Colchester, Tompkins, and Hatcock, in
:)elaware county, and state of New-York. The tim-
er consists of ash, bas-wood, birch, maple, and va-
ious kinds hemlock, pine, cherry, oak and spruce,
and verylarge. I remarkably well supplied with
streams of water, as the Esopus and Rondout creeks,
and the two branches of the Nevereink river, with
the Dry-brook and Mill-brook streams, all have their
rise in the above tracts, and are well known to be
never-failing. There are two large Tanneries at
different points within two miles of the outer lines
of these lands, which aflbford a steady and ready de-
mand for bark at fair prices. There are also upon
these t1acts many unoccupied water-privileges for
establishing any branches of business requiring wa
ter power. A supply of bark for twenty large tan
series for twenty years can be had. There are
already above 200 settlers upon one of these tracts,
with a Grist-mill and several Saw-mills, and the
roads to market are now very good. The soil is
rich, and land good and easy to cultivate-there iou
being more stone upon it than is convenient and ne-
cessary to fence it. When well cultivated, these
lands will produce good crops of wheat, rye, flax,
oats, and potatoes; and the lands in Delaware coun-
ty are celebrated for being the best grazing lands in
the state ; although not very level, yet ihe meadows
are good, and derive great benefit from the plaster of
Paris. The lands near Deposit are heavily covered
with timber, and afford an excellent opportunity for
establishing the lumbering business-being so near
the great ranging places of the Delawarmans, and di-
rectly upon the route of the New-York and Erie rail
ad.
The lands in Middletown, Shandaken, and Olive
commence at the east branch of the Delaware river
and extend easterly twenty-six miles to a point eigh)
miles distant from the Delaware and Hudson canal
and twenty miles from the Hudson river, and eigh-
teen miles from Kingston, which is the nearest mar-
ket, and upon a good turnpike road.
These lands have been surveyed and a map made,
showing the roads, streams, & c.,passing through the
surrounding country. Not having seen any of the
above lands, I must reier to those who have exami-
ned them as'owners and agents-Freeborn Garrison,
esq. Rhinebeek-O. S. Quillard, esq. Kingston-UrIn-
ah Gregory and Jonathan P. Clark, Poughkeepsie-
David A. De Graflf Middletown. Delaware county-
and Joseph H. Cunningham, 32 Wall-street, New-
York.
The title is perfect and free in the subscriber, who
will sell the whole, or any part of the above lands on
a liberal credit, or will exchange them for city pro-
perty.
Persons wishing to view the above lands, or get
any particular information concerning them, wiJ
please call upon, or address Mr. David A De Graff,
Agent, Clovesville, Post-office, Delaware county,
New-York. WALTER CUNNINGIHAM.
Poughkeepsie, May 30, 1836. Fe2l tf


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ANNUITIES.-The Company will grant annui-
ties during the continuance of any given life or lives.
TRUSTS.-Money or any other property, real or
personal, will b, received and held in trust for any pe
od of time upon the most liberal terms.
au24 tf
r-ji ncvv C-'YiV e lISiNSURANCIjCOM-
PANY.-CAPITAL $300,000.-- Office
No. 44 Wall street.--This Company continues to
insure dwelling houses, ware houses, and other
buildings, ships in port and their cargoes, merchan-
dise, machinery, household furniture and other per-
sonal property, against loss or damage by fire, on
reasonable terms.


DIRETI'ORS.
John Barrow, Cornelius W. Lawrence,
Abraham Bell, Robert J. Walker,
\Villiam H. Falls, Joseph W. Corliis,
Isaac Frost, William C. White,
David S. Brown, Daniel Trimble.
Preserved Fish, Josiah Macy,
Robert Hicks, Thomas J. Townsend,
John D. Wright, Benjamin Clark,
Amos Willets, Peter S. Titus,
Cyrus Hitchcock, Thomas Carpenter,
Henry A. Nelson.
JOHN BARROW, President.
R. A. READING, Secretary. jiy8 it
THE HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY Y
NEW CAPITAL-300,00O DOLLARS.
rT IE New Capital being all paid in, as required
Sby the acnet of the Legislature, passed the 12th
February, 1836,-the Compeny has resumed the busi-
ness of Insurance against Loss by Fire and Inland
Navigation. Applications will be received at the Of-
fce, l-o. 54 Wall street.
The Board of Directors, by a resolution passed the
14th March, assumed all the outstanding Policies un-
der the former capital, on which no loss has occurred'
'iornmencing the risk that day, mat 12 o'clock at noon.
DIRECTORS.
R. Havens, President,
Cornelius W- Lawrence,
Naiah Taylor,
Win. Couch,
J. Phillips Phoenix,
John Morrison,
David Lee,
Caleb 0. Halsted,
Win. W. Todd,
Jehiel Jaggar,
Moses Allen,
B. L. Woolley,
Micah Baldwin
Joseph Otis,
Fanning C. Tucker,
Meigs D. Benjamin.
John Rankin,
John D. Wolfe.
m19 it LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary
JEFF'I.'FSON INSURANCE COMPANY
Office No. 100 Chatham street, near Pearl st-
This company continues to insure against loss or
damage byFire, and inland navigation, on as favor-
able term-s as any other office in this city; and al
losses sustained by this Company will be adjusted
with liberality, and promp ly paid.
DIRECTORS.
Thomas W Thor.sie Thomas T. Woodruff
John Morss Francis P Sage
Dr. David Rogers Moses Tucker
Saml. Webb John H. Lee
John Mason Stephen Lyon
Caleb C Tunis Thomson Price
Dr. Benj. R. Robson Alex Masterton
John Clapp. Jno R. Davison
John C. Merritt David Jacot
Anson Baker Peter Embury, Jr.
T. W. THORNE, President.
GEOoGz T. Hoez. secretary. a9
r1HE ;N. YOfK KBOWEIRY FIRE IN-
SURANC BCOMPANY.-Capital $300,000
-Office New Building, No. 124 corner of Grand st
The Capital Stock of this Company having been a I
paid in, and secured agreeably to the act of incorp o
ration, the Company will insure against loss or da
mage by Fire, Dwelling houses, Buildings in ,ene
ral, Merchandise, Ships in port and their cargoes'
household furniture, and every description of person
nal property.
The rates of Insurance are as favorable as any
otheroffice in thecity.
DIRECTORS.
Benjamin M. Brown Efliugham H. Warner
Anson G. Phelps Frederick R. Leo
Joseph R. Taylor John Perrin
William R. Cooke D)avid Coteeal
Wm. Hubbard M. D Hamilton Fish
James Mills Peter Gasner
Gideon Ostrander E. R. Dupignac
George Haws, Jr. Jabesh Lovett
James C. Stoneall Jacob P. Bunting
Edward Dooghity Joseph S. Braminera
Bernard Rhinelander.
E.H. WARN ER, President,
WM. HIBBAR D, Ass'tPresident.
PETER PINCKNEY, Secretary.
ir A box3 has been left at Dykers & Alstyne
No. 20 Wall street, where all orders can be left.
A '.IRE INSURANOE.-THE SPRING GA
t' DEN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Philadelphia, with a capitalof $400,000,-a large pro
portion of which is paid in and secured,-will mak
Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire on
Buildings in general, Merchandise, Household Fur-
niture, &c upon the most reasonable terms.
MILES N. CARPENTER, Prcs't.
Applications to be transm tted through WILLIAM
D. HARRiS, 69 South street. New York. til ly
SSW EGO & UTICA RAIL ROAJD.-NVotice
is hereby given that the Books for the subscrip-
tion to the Capital Stock of the Utica and Oswego
Rail Road Company, will be opened on the 19th and
20th days of September next, at the following
places, between the hoirsof 10 A. M and 3 P. M,
At ttie Welland Hoese, Oswego.
At Bagg's Hotel, Utica.
At the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Albany-
At the Farmers' Loan and Trust Con.pany, No. 34
Wall st. New York.
COMMISSIONERS.
Geo. H. M'Whoter, Chailes Henry Hall
Thco S. Mogan JohnLorimer Graham
Clmistian J. Burckle Geo. W. Bruen
Abm. P. Grant Jame.n B. Murray
Abm.. R. Williams Jos E. Bloomfield
John D. Leland Qamuel Swartwout
Joseph Stnniham Benj Knower
S. Newton Dexter Geo. W. Staunton
Geo. S. Ferris. al0 5w
ATLANTIC .BANK.-NOTICE-The stock-
holders of thie Atlantic Bank in the city of
Brooklyn, are hereby required to pay in specie or
current bank bills on the 4th day of October next,
between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock,
P. M. at the banking house in Fulton street, Brook-
lyn, the remaining instahnent of forty five dollars on
each share of the capital stock of said bank, under
pain of tlhe forfeiture of all such shares and the pre-
vious payment made thereon.
By order ot the Board of Directors.
JONATHAN TROTTER, President.
John S. Doughty, Cashier.
Brooklyn, Sept- 2, 1836. s2 2aw4w
RANK OF' T IE STAT'I OF NEW


SALtJARLE REAL ESTATE.--The sub-
scribers offer for sale, the following valuable
property, on reasonable and accommodating terms,
viz .
3 two story Houses in Tompkins street
5 new brick houses in Hammerslystreet
I House and Lot in 3d street
1 House and Lot in Delancy street
2 Houses and Lots in Ludlow street
3 Houses and Lots in Rivington street.
1 House and Lot in Walnut street
1 louse and Lot in Delancy street
10 houses and Lots in Broome street
2 Houses and Lots in Stanton street
1 House and Lot in Forsyth street
12 Lots and two Houses on 3d avenue
2 Lots in Lewis street, 2 on 93d street
70 Lots in Williamsburgh ; 30 lots in Brooklyn ;
160 acres in Chicago; a town plot in tke now vil-
lase of Lockport: 10,000 acres in Vermont and New
Hampshire; 20,000 acres of coal aud timber land in
Lurene county, (Pa.) ; 8 acres and a tannery at
Bainbridge, N. Y.; 12 lots at Hallet's Cove; 144
acres on Staten Island ; 14 lots at Elizabethnort;
10,000 acres in Marion county, (Tenn.) 20 acres in
Pelham, Westchester county; a large Tannery in
Carbondale, (Pa) A number of lots in New Brigh-
ton, Patierson, Newark, &c. Farms bought, sold
and exchanged.
a30 BOGGS & HILL, No. 1 Mott st
C IRCULAR.--MEDICAL INSTITUTION
OF GENEVA COLLEGE--The Medical
Lectures will commence on the 1st Tuesday of Oc-
tober, and continue sixteen weeks. A spacious
building has been erected within the last year, well
adapted to answer all the purposes for Medical In-
struction.
The faculty take pleasure in announcing the ap-
pointment of Dr. James Webster, of New York, to
the chair of Anatomy and Physiology. His reputa-
tion as an able lecturer on those branches of science,
and the anylytical method which he pursues, are a
sufficient guaranty that he will give full satisfaction
to those who attend his course.
The fees for the full course of Lectures, are $55
Graduation fee, .. 20
Chemistry-E. Cutbush, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine-Thos. Spencer
M.D.
Surgery-J. G. Morgan, MI. D.
Obstetricks and Matenria Medica-Charles B. Coven-
try, M. D.
Medical Julisprudence and Botany-Anson Coleman
M. D.
Anatomy and Physiology-James Webster, M. D.
Geneva, August 30th, 1836.
E. CUTBUSH, Daan of the Faculty.
JOHN G. MOROAN, Registrar.
1:' The Albany Aigus and Evening Journal,
Oneida Observer, Cayuga Patriot and Journral, Buf-
falo Journal, Kingston Herald, Montreal Herald,
Toronto Gazette, aud Rochester Ropublican, will
copy the above in weekly or semi-weekly papers
until the 1st of October, and send theaccount to the
Geneva Gazette for payment. s6 dltctOl
"r4O MERCHANTS & BUILDERS..-
S STANLEY'S PATENT HOISTING MA-
CHINE.-We have made an arrangement with the
Patentee and Builders to these machines, to enable
us to offer them at "he very low price of $50.
Thesuperiority of this machine over those ordina-
rily in use, consists in its having two motions or
power-, and can instantly be shifted from one to the
other, to conform to the weight of the article to be
hoisted-the advantages of which are, that light ar-
ticles can be hoisted very r-4pidly, and heavy articles
without additional labor. Whereas, with machines
of but one motion or power, if they are so construct-
ed as to hoist light articles rapidly they have not the
power to raise heavy articles and if they are so con-
structed as to raise heavy articles they are too slow
for light work. This machine obviates all those
difficulties-is perfectly simple-.and occupies but lit-
tle space.
Oue of these machines may be in operation at our
own warehouse, and references given to others who
have themin use. For sale by -
M. N. STANLEY & CO.
slO eod2w* 244 Water street.
TATIONERS'. IIALLPENS.-Are mbine
Sot properly prepared material, and comade
many essential improvement.
The kinds already made being numerous, and
new patterns being constantly added, the manulac.
turers are compelled to issue them on numbered
cards, appropriating one number to each particular
kind: so that by ascertaining which form of pen is
best adapted to their hands, parsons can always oh-
ain the same, by observing the number on the card.
Sold by all respectable dealers ih Metallick Pens,
and at Stationers Hall, by
DAVID FELT & CO.
Jyl9 245 Pearl street, N. Y.
NDIA RUBBEK. 1000 lbs. of patent Rubber
and 30 piece-, to the pound-apply to
D. FELT & CO. Stationers' Hall,
au27 245 Pearl street.


ARTIFICIAL STONE WAORK.-TheAme
rican Cement Companyis prepared to cojistrut it
of Hydraulic Cement, Cisterns, Reservoirs, Water
Sewers, Garden Walks, Flagging, Columns With
Tops, and various other articles, hydraulic and archi
tectural, within the city and county of New York. "
Parker patent rights for the above, may be obtain-
ed by applying at the Office of the Comnpany, No. 7
Broad street, either entirefor states, conunvs or towns,
or special rights for particular purposes in any part
of the United States.
Orders for work (which will be warranted and at pri-
ces not exceeding the usual charges for mason work)
received as above, and by NATHL CHAMBER-
LAIN, Master Mason, superintendent at the works,
No. 107 Amos street, where various models and spe-
mens can be examined at all times. 3s
r]rOTHE CITIZENS OFr BROOKLYN
U- -PEACH OUCHIARD OR SPHON' COAL
-The subscriber respectfully informs the consumers
of Coal at Brooklyn, that they have commenced re-
ceiving their regular supply of the above coal, having
as heretofore contracted with the sole owners of the
mines (Messrs. Palmer and Garrigues) for all they
mine this season. Those who purchase their coal in
the summer, will have the advantage of the lowest
market-price, and be sure of getting it delivered in
the best order. Apply to
G. C. LANGDON, Brooklyn, or
iel4 tf SAMUEL B. REEVE & CO.
P ATENT VAULT LIGHTS, for sale by E
&S. S. ROCKWELL, No. 192 Broadway,
New York.-The undersigned Mechanics and Build-
ers of the City of New York, having examined Mr.
Rockwell's Patent Vault Lights, have no hesitation
in pronouncing them a very great improvement, and
far'superior to any oti'er vault covering now in use
in this city, being not only desirable and ornamen-
tal, but safe, aud answering a very valuable purpose
in giving light to vaults, and keeping them free from
rain and dirt.
Saml. Thomson & Sons Joseph Depew
Henry W. Titus Wmin. Tucker
George Ireland Thomas T. Woodruff
WA7m 1X7 W_ Rprwiolr M'i R' '


f FOK SALE.-A Brick House and Lot in
. John street, between Gold and Cliff streets.-
Lot 21 feet 6 inches, bv 90 feet. Arply to
JAMES BLEECKER & SONS
a30 No. 13 Broad street.
A TO LET.-Two unfurnished Parlors, con-
ltaining grates, to let to two single gentlemen
without board, in a pleasant part of the city, till the
first of May next. Enquire at the north west corner
otfMarket street and East Broadway, or of BOGGS
& HILL, No. 1 Mott st. Price $6 per week.
s6 mf
a TO LET.- he three story brick House, No.
47 Pearl street, near Broad street, till 1st May
next.
The principal part of tke furniture may be taken
at a fair valuation. Apply to
JAMES BLEECKER& SONS,
s2 No. 13 Broad street.
SHOUSE AND LOT in Dey street o. r sale
J1hy VANDALSEM BROTHERS
y28 51 FuIton street.
SWANTED 1 0 RENT.-A three story fur-
Ia nished dwelling hous-. Apply to
ABRAHAM BELL & CO.
s2 30 Pine st.
B PUBLIC BOARDING HOUSE-Corner of
Broadway and Duane street-TO LET OR
LEASE-This building, containing about 50 rooms,
just finished, in a new and modern style" may b,
used for a Boarding House, or an extensive Hotel.-
Its structure is not surpassed by any building in the
city.
For particulars and rent, enquire at 160 Broadway,
up stairs, s2
JA IFOR SALU .-The splendid Houseanm
lli Lot No. 88 Prince street, first dior west from
Broadway. It is what is usually denominated a
house and a half or three quarter house. 3? 1-2 feet
front and rear by 101 feet in depth,2 stories high and
an attic, tin rof, copper gutters, &e. &c, ; built in
the best and most substantial manner and upop the
most approved plan for the dwelling of a private
gentleman.
There are four rooms on the firstior principal flooe
two splendid parlors, communicating with supeiq
mahogany polished sliding doors, and finished off
with beautiful white Italian sculptured marble man-
tles, elegant grates, and double mahogany window
frame doors, opening upon a large piazza with Ve-
netian blinds; a small library in front, and adjoining
the parlors a convenient setting or dining room with
spacious pantries ; there is a large entry, with a
niche for a stove, circular stairway and sky light-
all the doors on this floor are of the best polished
mahogany, fitted with plaited furniture. In the 2nd
story there are four large rooms with closets to each,
tour rooms on the 3d floor, with closets, wine room,
&c. All the rooms arc fitted with marble mantles
and grates of the most modern style and beautiful
finish. The basement rooms and kitchen are fitted
up in the most convenient manner, with a wash-
room and rotary pump. Further description is deem.
ed unnecessary, as those wishing to purchase will
call and see tor themselves. It may be viewed from
10 until 3 o'clock. For terms, apply to S. L. GOU-
VERNEUR,.ortoGOUVERNEUR S. BIBBY,P 0.
FARM FOR SALE.-For sale, a valuable
ABFAR6I, situated on the east bank of the Hud-
son river, in the town of Fishkill, Dutchess county,
iNoe'w Yor nine miles south of the village of Puugh-
keepsie, and five miles north of'Newburgh, contain-
ing about one hundred and dghty five acres of land,
including a good orchard, and a sufficient quantity
of wood land. Upoa said premises is a good Dwel-
ling House, two barns, one wagon house, and other
small buildings, a good well of excellent water, and
a pminstock brought in lead near the door. The land
rasu nearly halt a mile on said river and is of the first
quality, and suitably divided into arable and mea-
dow. The situation of the dwelling house is a beau-
tiful one for a country residence, and is about one
mile from New Hamburgh landing. There is also
upon the place a large quantity of fruit trees of every
description : and the situation of the farm is such that
several beautiful residences could be made in full
view of the Hudson
Apply to Lsvi Sherwood upon the premises, or to
the subscriber. Dated Fishkill, August 29th, 1836.
s2 2awtf ALSON .SHERWOOD.
A FARM AT ESSEX COUNTY, N. J.-A
llgood Farm of 120 acres, near P1 infield, Essex
county, N. J., 60 acres of which are woodland, and
the residue good tilable and meadow. Onuthe pre-
mises is a comnifortaLlc dwelling house, and all ne-
cessary nut buill.tings. The farm is one ml, Irom
Somerville and Elizabeth Rail Road.
A map can be seen, and furtherparticulars had, on
application to
JAMES BLEECKER & SONS,
s14 No. 13 Broad st.
N IA--R Ui-B1ER GOODS.-10,u00 pair
I Men's Over Shoes.
5,000 Pair Ladies Over Shoes
2,000 Ladie's Prunel Shoes
Men's Over Coats
do Sartouts
do Cmnblet Wrappers
Wading Pants
Pantaloons with feet
Ladies Aprons
Misses do on
IoJ vAf n A ^n i


0'4A1IME1t,' LOAN AND TRUST COM-
S PANY, Oflde 34 Wall street, New York-
(CAPITAL S2,000,000: Principally Invested in
B )nd and Mortgage of Real Estate.-This Company
is nraced exclutisively in the business of LIFE IN-
SURANCE, granting ANNUITIES and exectling
TRUSTS, as authorized by its charter.
OFFICERS.
HENRY SEYMOUR, President.
DAVID CODWISE, ViceHPreident.
RUFUS K. DELAFIELD, Actuary & Sec'ry.
JOHN L. GRAHAM, Counsel.
JAMES A. WASHINGTON, Physician.
!'Possessing the largest capital ot any similar insti-
tution in this State, and being restricted in the
amount of its Trusts to $5,000,000, ample security
is oflretd to those transacting business with this in-
stitution; and the character and responsioiiity of its
Directors afford a guaranty that its affairs will be
conducted uoon liberal terms, and in strict con-
formity with the provisions of its charter.
LIFE IN SURANCE.-Persons may effect Insu-
rance on their own lives, or on the lives of others,
for any period of time, from one year to the termnina-
tion ef life, according to thi following ratcs:-
Table of the Rates qt Insurance o] One Hundred
Dollars, on a single LWfe.
age. I year. 7 years. I for life. I age I year. i 1 years I for life


J ESSE C tDY, Nos. 117 and 119 Water str
corner o fWall, near the burnt district, has
3torc, and offers for sale on liberal terms, the follow
ing English, German, Belgian and French Goods
mostly of his own importation:
10 casks 1000 setts 3 ps brass Fire Setts
15 do 1500 pairs 2 pa do do pairs
10 cases 1000 setts 3 each Tea Trays
10 do 1000 do do centre and borders
1000 cases English and German Needles, in cases
from 10 M. to 100 M. each, assorted I to 10
3000 gross elastic steel Knitting Pins
1000 do covered Reed Crayons
1000 do paper covered do
1000 do super plain Crayons
50 10 do assorted figured Vest Buttons
3000 do English do do
6000 do Pearl Buttons, in 10gross and single and
diamond boxes, of 1 gross each
500 gross loco foco and Lucifer Matches
3000 gross German wood Pencils
2000 Slate Pencils
1000 dozen assorted French, English and German
Snuff Boxes
500 gross Hooks and Eyes, assorted 4 a 7
1000 dozen fluted German Silver Poincil Casts
1500 do plain silver and German silver Pencil
Cases
330 dozen Spanish Silver do do
500 dozen Cologne Water
300 do perfumery boxes and pomatum
1200 pair Pistols, of brass and steel barrels
1000 grass of Steel Penis
3000 cards assorted Cutlery and dirk knives, adapt
thi peo the souern and Spanish markets
600 dozen Magnum Bonum Razors
500 dozen silver steel and concave do
1000 doze assorted Scissors, on cards and in d
00 de Run Steel da do do
000 gross Thimbles, assorted, all kinds
100 dozen Silver, assorted sizes
600 gross gilt Guard Chains
100 gross Watch Chains and Keys
100 dozen plated Spurs, mounted
050 cartons low priced assorted German & French
Jewelry ALSO-
10,000 boxes Fancy Soap
10,000 dozen Combs, back, neck, tuck, side, dressing
redding, ivory and pocket
1000 dozen Collars, Bosoms and Stocks
100 cases fur and coney Hats--with a full and ex-
tensive assortment of' Shelf Goods, suited to every
section oftha country.
N. B. Samples of the above goods are daily offered
t auction in lots to suit the trade. m2


AVEr]NSOOI). --The location
village of RAVEMswooD is on trie bp-ks ofthe
East River, on Long Island, opposite Blackwells
Island and 64th street, New York.
Hurlgate ferry ( which is opposite the present ter-
mination of the Hsrlafm Rail Road) is a short dis-
tance above it. Burling slip, in New York, is about
fiur and a half miles distant by water, and Williams
burah Ferry (by Colion's map of New York, just
published) is about two and a half miles distant on a
straight line by land.
The situation of Ravenswood foi villas, cottages,
&c. is unrivalled. No location near the city pro
serits greater or more varied inducements to men of
business or of letisure. The facilities of approach to
it from all directions serve to unite as it were the ad-
vantages of town and country and will secure to its
inhabitants as much of public or of retired life as
may be desired.
Extensive improvements are already in progress.
The steamboat wharf isnearly comnoleted A st-am-
boat intended to ply to and from New York drily,
every alternatehour, will commence running early in
the spring ; affording constant communication with
the city from 5 (o'clock, A. M. until 8 o'clock, P. M.
The promenade on the river bank has been com-
menced, and is now in such a state of forwardness
as to allow of its completion during the season.-
The avenues and streets are in illt h progress of opein-
ing and grading.
The property -(embracing about 600 city lots) is
now offered to the inspection of the public and is for
sale in sections, plots, or single lots on accommoda-
ting terms. Somne Dortions of it will he sold to ma-
nufacturing and other mechanics ; whose est.blish-
mi.nts do not create nuisances. The ea.y and fre-
quent eommun cations with the city will enable them
to pursue their business at Ravenswood with as
much of convenience and despatch, and at much less
expense than if settled in New York. Passengers
are now landed at Hallett's Cove, within half a mile
of Ravenswood, from the Flushing steamboat at 8
o'cl-ck, A. M. and 3and 5 o'clock, P. M.
Views of the contemplated improvements, with de-
signs and illustrations of the several villas already in
progress may be seen and inspected at the office o
he subscriber. f
Lithographic maps of the whole property also may
be obtained on application to
CHARLES H. ROACH, Proprietor.
76 John street, cr2Q7 Pearl st. New York.
Ravenswood, July 28, 1836. a5 tf
A FARM F'OR SALL, IN THE COUUN-
JI TY OF RICHMOND-Containing 150 acres,
ot which 35 acres covered with woo and a lot ot
salt meadow of 15 acres. Good Buildings; on the
premises is a Grist and Saw Mill-has a wall of fifty
feet to tide water, and within 100 yards where boats
of 50 tons land. The land is of a good quality ; has
an elegant nnpt extenigve land and water view., not
surpassed by any in the county. It is in the vicinity
of Richmond Village; 7 miles from Qtarantine, New
Brighton, and Hercules Steam Wharves. Stages pass
by the door 4 timis a day. Terms accommodating.
For information, apply to the subscriber, in the vii
lage DANIEL WINANT.
Richmond Village, Aug. 25, 1836. at25.1m*
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-The sub-
siiscriber wishes to sell thefarm on which he now
resides, the same being situated in the township of
Newtown, Long Island. and is two and a half miles
from Willamsburgh Ferry, containing sixty-four
acres of land under a good state of cultivation. On
the premises are a new dwelling Ih use, finished com-
plete with marble mnante!s, grates, &e. Also, a new
barn, coach house and poultry house and yard, ice
house, &c. Also, a farm house, two barn-, and two
wells of good water. The whole of the premises
would he sold together, or divided in two parcels, for
cash, or exchanged for good dwelling hous,-s in the
city of New York. For further information, apply
to the subscriber, on the premises, or to Messrs. P.
& R. Frencim, Nes. 4 and 6 Broad street.
s6 tf C H RISER.
S'1'O LET.--Thefirst floarof the House, No.
IM.62 Fulton street, cunsistingof two Rooms, for-
merly occupied by Messrs. King & Ruggles, together
with all the fixtures necessary for an extensive Li-
brary, and a privilege in the front vault for coal. The
stand is a good one, and thie improvements now ma-
king in Fulton street, will enhance its value. Pos-
session given immediately. Enquire at No. 10 Le-
roy Place, in Blecckler st. of JOHN RATHBONR.
a31


C OPARTNERSHIP.-This certifies that a
copartnership has been concluded this day by
the Subscribers for the purpose of combining the
mcionce of medicine with that of electricity, for the
cure o fthe various diseases incidental or accidental,
to which the human frame is liable.
JONAS HUM BELT, Jr. M.D.
and Medical Eleerrician.
JAMES KNIGHT, M. D.
New York, July 12th, 1836.
To my patrons and the public-This certifies that
I have this 121h day of July, 1836, concluded an ar-
rangement of copartnership with Dr. James Knight,
from Baltimore, State of Maryland; a gentleman
high in the estimation of the medical faculty, and
of undoubted skill in medicine. Obatitries, the dis-
eases of children, and all other requirements nees-
snry to constitute the useful p.hyaician. These ad-
vantages, superadded to my long experience in Me-
dical Electricity, will be an inducement to calcula-
ted to elicit the confidence of a discerning public.
I would thank those persons who hive been reliev-
ed by me to take an interest in furthering theobject
of the above arrangement-and they may rest as-
sured that no assiduity shall be wanting to deserve
their and the public's patronage and commendation.
mendation. This Institution will be conducted with
out reference to doubtful modern theories, or anti-
quated prejudices
JONAS HUMBERT, Jr. M. D.
and Medical Electrician,'
Jyl3 3m 14 Roosevelt ist
N OTICE.-Jotham S. Fountain, and Thomas
H. Mitchell, residing in the city of New York
have this first day of September, A. D. 1836, form d
a limited partnership, in pursuance of the provisions
of the Revised Statutes of the state of New YorK, in
the buying and selling of'Dry Goods, and all things
properly belonging to the trade or business of Dry
Good's Merchants. That the said partnership is to
con.mence on thedav of the date hereof and to ter-
minate on the first day of September, A. D. 1839.
Jotham S. Fountain, is the general partner, and Tho-
mas II. Mitchell is th* special partner, and the busi-
ness of the partnership is to be conducted under the
name and style of J. S. FOUNTAIN. The said
Thomas H. Mitchel', the said special partner, has
contributed to the common stock, in cash, the sum
of fifteen thousand dollars.
Dated New York, Sept. 1,1836.
J. 8. FOUNTAIN
_3 d6w T. H. MITOHELL.
J OTI CE.-The Subscribers having entered
1' Co.-partnership, will hereafter transact the g
neral com'-vission and shipping business underth
firm of REYBURN & ANDARIESE, at
Pine street. JAMES REYBURN,
m30 tf EDWARD ANDARIESE.
I OTICE is ireby given, that the limited Cof
I partnershipheretofore existing between NAPO-
LEON CHANCE and EUGENE DUCHAMP, under
the style and firm of Napoleon Cance, has been this
day dissolved by mutual agreement and consent.
Napoleon Cance having purchased of his late part-
ner, Eugene Duchamp, his entire interest in the pro-
perty and effects or u I co-parmnerahip, and in all
debts now due, or hereafter to become due, to the said
Copartnership. All persons indebted to the said Co-
partnership ara hereby notified to make payment to
the said Napoleon Cance, to whom all demands ex-
isting against the said Copartnership must be pre-
sented for payment.
EUGENE DUCHAMP
N. CANCE. a251w4w
New York, July 28, 1836. [A]
B ADEAU'S CELEBRATED STRENGTH
ENING PLASTER-Prepared for pains or weakness,
in the breast, side, back or limbs; also for gout, rheuma-
tism, liver complaint and dyspepsia; for coughs, colds, asth-
nms, difficulty in breathing, oppression of the stomach, &c ;
they will give iimmenetdiate and soothing relief; and for pleas-
antness, safety, case and certainty, are decidedly superior
to most other remedies. Such persons whose business or
avocations require that they should stand or sit much, or
those ot'se antary habits generally, who may be troubled
with pains in the side or breast, are advised to try one of
these beautiful plasteis, as they are essentially different
front all others, and are free from those objections which
are so reasonably made against plasters generally. The
proprietor has had the pleasure of selling them daily for
many years in this city, and of the many thousands who
have used them, lie has not heard of a solitary complaint.
They are patronized extensively by the medical profession;
aid there is not probably an intelligent physicilil in the
United States or Europe that would hesitate to sanction
them with his name or influence, when made acquainted
wilh their composition.
Printed directions accompany each plaster, signed by ma
in my hand-writing, to counterfeit which will be punished
as a forgery. Persons about buying them will remember
to ask for Badeau's Strengthening Plaster, and see that
they get the directions thus signed. They are put up In
boxes with large and attractive show bills; will keep with-
out injury id any climate, and will be forwarded to any part
of the United States or British Provinces as per order, and
a liberal discount made to those who buy to sell again. In
conclusion, I have only to add, that instances are so numer.
ous in which the most salutary effects have been produced
by using them, that they are recommended with the most
entire confidence to all who are thus afflicted.
Sold wholesale and retail, at the Bowery Medicine Store,
No. 260 Bowery, New York, by N. W. BADEAL.
au24
1O1T ABLE PA 'TENT rI.AFOBII
BALANCES.
TBHE subscriber respectfully offers to the public his cole-
brated Jack Screws and Decimal Platform Balances, upon
he most reasonable terms. They have now been for some
Imin in pretty general use throughout the United States,and he
believes their superiority over any thing of the kind satisfac-
torily established. He begs also t Inform the public, that by
a recent iiturovement introduced In the manufacture of the
Platform Balances, they can be permanently fixed in the floors
of stores, &c. and used with the utmost facility. The fol-
,owlne testimonials to the respective merits of the Screw andi
Balances, soeak for themselves.
JOHN G, ROHR, 242 Canal at.
The subscribers have been using for some time the Platform
Balances manufactured in this city by Mr. John G, Rohr.
They have amply tested its capabilities, and can recomnurend It
as an article of great power and utility.
SUYDAM & REED, The Hope Mills 217 Elizabeth Sat.
Kew York, Mrrch 9.1836.
T ne subscribers take great leasuro In bearing testimony to
che great worth of the Platform Balayces, manufactures in this
Ity of John G. Rohr. They consider them as possessing ad-
vantaees aver any other within their knowledge, and speak of
them from their own personal and practical evidence of their
worth. They therefore recommend them with confidence not
taerely to the notice but to the actual use of their fellow citizens
throughout the Union,
JOHN HAFF. 127 Eroad street.
ISREAL COOK, 189 Washington at.
H. & J BAILEY.
Naw York. March 12.
The undersigned have -eOnustng In their establlhments for
ome time. the celebrate d Jack Screw, manufacture in this
ty, by Mr. John G, Rohr. Of its capabilities, which they
ave amply tested, they can hardly speak sufficiently strong
nd they cheerfully commend It to their fellow citizens am a
rticle of ereat power and utility,
WILLIAM SOMERVILLE, & CO.
ALEXR. LAWRENCE
JOSEPH ROGERS.
New York. March15- 1i36 Jyt y
W ALL ST.REET.--Notice is hereby given to
all person interested, that the Commissioners of


Cnappeil J ames Clapp John D
Carpenter Edward T ClarkLincoln
Carr Henry A Carlton Jonathan
Chapman Benjamin Cartwright D S A
ClarkeCharles Corkin C James
Caffney M Crocker John
CrockettThomas Coleman John
Condon Lack Collins & Maston
CohenCaptJ S Cole Edwin R
Claims Andr Chonlen Rev John W
Connerford Arthur Cromley Abr F
Cochran James Conway John
Cohen J S Comegin George
Count J F Cole io0
Colson Christopher Conolly E B
Choate CaptDanl L Coffin Jeremiah
ConleyPatrick Comstock George G
Conaley James Coit Edward
Conlon Charles Collins S L
Colton Chaui:cy Constable John
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Coffin Gaorge Convey J N
Cbrwin Chas S Ciook Robert
Ooreoran Richard Coskey S
Corbet Alexander Cassam Richard
Cook Iseral Classey Miles F
Cook Charles C Cook John
Carpenter Chas Cook T F
Crooner Sam M Cooper John
Cook Lester Covert Jacob F
Cottingham 7J Cowen Wr b
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Cotes Wm C Crowe John
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U LIMITED PAIRTNEIRSHIP.-The undo
-A signed have in pursuance of the Revised Sta.
u'res of the state of New York, formed a Limited
t'artnership, to be conducted under the name ane
firm of DE FOREST & WOOD. The general na
Lure of the business to be transacted is the Dry Good
lobbing Business in the city of New York. Wil
ham H. De Forest, and William S. Wood, of th
eiyof New York, are the General Partners, an
William Clark, of the said eity, is the Special Par
ncr, and as such, has contributed the sum of Twen
ty Thousand Dollars of capital to the eommo
stock. The said partnership was commenced on th
first day of August, 1836, and will terminate on th
first day of August, 1840. Dated this 3d 'day o
August, 1836. WILLIAM H. DE FOREST
WILLIAMS. WOOD
a4 6w WILLIAM CLARK.
N OTICE.-AII persons having claims against
GEORGE W. NIVEN, Esq. de-ceased, which
were contracted previous to the 5th July last, are
requested to present the same, with the vouchers
and evidence of said claims, to William H. Bulkley,
No. 39 Pine street, New York, or to Gen. Gilbert
0. Fowler, at Ne, burgh.
Dated New York. Sept. 1, 1836.
GILBERT 0. FOWLER, )T
DANIEL E. DELAVAN, I Trustees of
WM. H. BULKLEY, Geo W. Niven
s2
L LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.-The unred
signed have, in pursuance o'the Revised Stat
utes of the State of New Yorki, formed a limited part
nership, to be conducted under the name of WIL-
LIAM CORNELL. The general nature of the busi-
ness to be transacted in the Distilling of Grain, and
buying and selling all such articles as are customarily
bought and sold in connexion with that business.-
William Cornell, of the City of Brooklyn, is trae Gen.
eial Partner, and George D. Cunningham, of said
city, is the Special Partner, and as such has contri-
buted Ten Thousand Dollars to the common stock.
The said partnership was commenced on the I8th
day of August, 1 R36, and will terminate on the 18th
day of August, 1839..
WILLIAM CORNELL,
G. D. CUNNINGHAM.
Brooklyn, Aug, 25,1836. au26 6w
I MITED PARTNERSHIP.-The under-
S signed, have, pursuant to the provisions of the
Revist d Statutes of the State of New York, formed a
Limited Partnership. under the name and firm of
WH EELER & HUDDELL; the general nature of
the Business to be trainsacted is, a Wholesale Giocery
and Commission Business. Ezra Wheeler, of the city
of New York, and Geo. H. Huddell, of the city o
Philadelphia, are the general partners, and Levi Tay
lor, of the city of Phikadelphia, is the special partner
and as such, hath contributed the sum of Ten Thou
sand Dollars. s capital on his part, towards the corn
mon stock. The partnership to commence on the
Isr day of August, 1836, and to terminate on the first
day of January, 1840.
New York, August, 1836.
EZRA WHEELER,
GEO. H. HUDDELL,
a 10 7w LEVITAYLOR.


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